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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

El Paso Texas Wednesday Evening January 5 1910. 16 Pages All the News lid Prints It first L- - : : ! '- - P" Pit (HI r n liMillill' i II IIS If II IMS nil II II Will Be Eefused Patronage If They Do Not Line Up With the Eegulars. HITCHCOCK IS NOT TALKING- President Taft Postpones Sending . in His Double Barreled Message. Washington D. C. Jan. 5. Further announcement "was made at the white house today that president Taft's com- bined special messages on the interstate commerce and anti- trust laws will not go to con- gress until Friday. Washington D. C Jan. 5. It is ex- pected that insurgent Republican mem- bers of the house will call a meeting at an early date to give earnest con- sideration to the situation arising from the announcement That "the administra- tion wiuld no longer countenance 'in- surging" in congress and would with- hold patronage from recalcitrant mem- bers. The most radical insurgent leaders feel that with the election onl a few months distant it is a life or death...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

BANKING TALKS AT THE Y. M. C. A. Br " fi W If Tg V January wmte o aie The dainty undeiunusliiis now on sale are looked npon with favor by El Paso women. "We are Felling rapidly and each customer is well satis- fied with her purchase. Such nice materials such neafrwork such dainty trimmings such low prices these four are making our January White White Sale a success. The following prices are still in force.- In" addi- tion many odd lots arc offered. Come take advantage of them. 1910 Styles Dresses the the Lingerie Dresses for sprinir of 1910 also. new Tailored Linen Dres3es are now on display. Spend a :fcw minutes here tomorrow or next day; you will gain many valuable hints as to the trend of the spring and summer styles. CORSET COVERS Values up to 95c for .69c Values up to $1.50 for ' 95c Values up to $2.50 for Values up to $3.00 for . CHEMISE Chemise worth $L00 for . . Chemise worth $1.75 for . . Chemise worth to $2.25 for Chemise worth to $2.95 for 1910 Styles Waists We are alread...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

T "Wednesday January 5 1910 3 L ( " i uompaiiy ft o Pioneer Music House Established 1881 w SOUTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTORS AND JOBBERS VIGTOE TALKING MACHINES AND RECORDS. EDISON PHONO- GRAPHS AND RECORDS. A. GL SPALDING- .& BROS. ATHLETIC GOODS. WHOLESALE aSiD RETAIL PRICES m EL PASO THE SAME AS IN NEW YORK Retail Agents for Eastman Ko- daks and Films Premo Cameras and Film Packs Edison Business Phonographs Easy Payments. Catalogs Fur- nished on Application. L 101-103 El Paso St. EL PASO TEXAS A New Aphorism From an Old Quotation Frederic J. Haskin Tells of the Many Uses to Which Glass Is Put and How It Is Made Twenty Bottles for Every Person Every Year. E J xory K mrea Herald Building BASEMEMT Vienna Cafe Sobol & Davis Proprietors. KIRST FLOOR. El Paso Herald Offices. A. H. Richards. Jeweler. International Book Co. "Win. Sloeller Real Estate. Lobby Cigar Stand. SECOXD FLOOR H. L. Howell. Real. Estate agent Herald Bldgr. The Public Stenographers Co. jlrs. Jessie E. M. Howe and Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

L PASO HERALD "Wednesday January 5 1910 Hk M m X Sale Starts Tomorrow Following our long established polic7" of cleaning out our stock completely in order to make room for new goods we are going to start tomorrow a RAUS MIT EM SHOE SALE on a larger scale than ever. In order to accomplish this we have cut the price on certain lines deeper than ever and we call your particular attention to the special bargains. In this sale we reserve nothing and all shoes whether high or low go at a sacrifice price. x oaie Tomorrow Raus Mit 'em Bargains in Ladles' Shoes ALL 6.00 GRADES &A AC Raus Mit 'Em Price tPe- ALL .$5.00 GRADES $5 QE Raus Mit "Em Price tpOVO ALL $4.00 GRADES d0 AC Raus Mit 'Em Price P- TfO ALL $3.50 GRADES Raus Mit 'Em Price ALL 3.00 GRADES Raus Mit 'Em Price ALL 2.50 GRADES ri q f- Raus Mit 'Em Price P J. c0 S aus Mit 'j&m Clapp Sh 95 llnSH lfX wrmi ifKw 65 Isfes sSISn V x Kaus Mit Jbm ij Extra Special Bargains In ihoes Laird. Schober 8.00 Bronze But- ton Shoes; extra s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

L PASO HERAL D "Wednesday January 5. 1910 k TL Jl You Can SEE The I tf.lfe ! Real Oak Leather In I i?2 REGAL JntiL' shoesj ill Slrltlw Through the "Window jl wti'i ill There's a little circular slip of paper II sTjJ' S$I pasted on the sole of every Regal Shoe. II fts f ?sl$t lifting up this "Window of the Sole " IS oM f'll you can see the white live-Oak-tanned Is WWUL-a leather underneath the finest sole leather gfi wp.i in the world. The cheap red Hemlock- IgJf IjnlH&raf tanned leather in other shoes is blackened iJpMh iilwMf over to hide its tell-tale color. Hemlock W il'lSP leather i- brittle and stiff but Regal l - ! i!'lr live-Oak-tanned leather is flexible 'Jya X I J Wfl an wears like iron. Vj If A ll ) ou want honest sole leather if iMbfe. Ww you want shoes that will last get Regal Tl&- ' J II Shoes at our exclusive Regal agency. JiAfr' jk ' $350 $400 and $500 SIjj LM LERNER SHOE f 215 El Paso St. ' Jl Jr IH J W jOV -A Smart T li ' Jr Kcgal Model fe g asBB&ssmjf f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Wednesday January 3 1910 EL PASO HERALD Sftxfelished April 1S81. The El Faao Herald includes also by absorption and succession. The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser. The Independent. The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. MEXBSR ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3CEIU KEWSP. PTJBIiISHERS ASSOC Botered fct the El Paso Posiofflce for Transmission at Second Class R&tes. De&M&tcfi to the service of the people that no good cause Ghall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. &ERAL.T3 FKUcyHOjnci. BelL Business Office ......... -l? Editorial Booms .. 020 Rrortar 1019 lalng department H f Businea J Edltorla "l Society V. Advertlf Auto. 1115 2020 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPT JO JT. Dally Herald per month. GOc: per .'ear. $7. "Weekly Herald per year 52. The Dally Herald is delivered by carriers in BI Paao. East El Paso Port Wias R.ni Toirae Texas and Cludad Juarez Mexico at GO cents a month. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

Wednesday January 5 1910 ;i ALAMQGQRDO IS INCORPORATED E0SWELL MAN TO BUILD RAILROAD x pa: Southwest r 2 Here Is the Point BH When you buy your foot- wear in our store you get shoes that are made by the best factories in the country and you are fitted in your correct size and width. The shoes wear and look well just about three times as long as ''the just as good kind." Try Your Next Pair From Us and you will soon realize why so many El Paso people join us in saying "Pew's Shoes KfrANCiAL WVWWi FIRST NATIONAL BAfK United States Depository ASSETS Loans and investments $2456954.37 United States bonds 600G00.00 Cash in vaults and exchange 1422658.91 $4479613.28 LIABILITIES Capital paid In .... .i $ 500000.00 Surplus and prctiits . . .. 146.687.33 Circulating notes . . 500000.00 Deposits 3332925.95 $4479613.28 I C.2. MOEEHEAD President TOSPii XLAteVUXW V. irTML M. Si. JX&SSr .14 V1C Tfc L. J. GILCHSIST Ass't Cash. STATE NATIONAL BANK ESTABLISHED APRIL 1881. CAPITAL SURPLUS AND PROFI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

3 "Wednesday January 5 1910 JWebif year Starts A 7U & & IS Social Features KnhJen -the JOL JLLj jLVk.j&.dMJf BEG-IN THE UE YEAR RIG-HT BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT I Eyster C. O. D. Grocery AND SAVE FROM 10 TO 15 Bell Phones 823 and 844. lnd. Phone 1691. No Collectors No Bookkeepers No Accounts to Lose Special to Close Out Lot of Teas and Coffees 1 and 2-lb. cans 3L J. B. Coffee regu- Q A lar 40o value pib 0JI 3-lb. cans Kenwood Coffee 7!! regular $1.00 value at O C TEAS TEAS S oz. pkg. Uncolored Japan English Breakfast and Urient&l Tree c c c Tea regular 35c value- at i 16 oz. pkg. Tree Teas an kinds; reg. 70c value at ' iiest rt-aporated. ireacnes per lb .m Best Evaporated Apricots per lb - Best Evaporated Apples 2 lbs- for Best Cooking Figs 3 lbs. for 3 lbs. extra good Prunes for 3 lbs. Bulk .Macaroni 15c 25c c c ror 3 lbs. Bulk Vermicelli for - I5c JELLY AND JAMS 16 oz. Garden Jams (none better) per jar Home made Grape Jelly 2 tumblers for 5c Home made Grape Jelly - OP ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

V .f Characters In the '"Great Divide EL PASO HEBAU Wednesday January 51910 9 H i I I J3 w 2fe. B I m a !! P . -- - - - i ... i mi i. -ni mt au hob bb. SB r a-ET 4Di T MS E itT m r uM nr N '!- VS &t 0 ?k ;!5- -4 PllfjjJBHl: 'V jV 1 wMeTrieh andTustrouV worth OQ I ' " 1 lot 'double -width plaids all new color fXSM0MMnSfA fMWBEKSK&itWi I 27 inches de chiffon finish &Qf p- M 1 lot fine all 'ivoo dres's goods' ail the new '' -r.:snL-rsmnH.?KapBi i i1 uur iwhijii .w ih i-a .?r??-r aa-.-;-" jyr?vllMjnwAv.A. $EwiHm9&v .. y ; TjKS 3y$ES8?&SaSt .. S. srv- fcA'-v."v ' H(.ai tVii -w vw.SXy ''T' i?iTirlr'' TBtHBcu'iEaGvyjST'vyTClHB Kflwwi'y' 'jia-' i."-' '? -vi JSi-j "fr " O'-5T -" .--2- vv? f -Ml-tTC'--nE5fe .at!1 'a?-LfcJs-ASs63gwWB 35 f:vW'-5:r;v i8?f -------raBJ-.MHBlJKg & HS 1p Coming to El Paso Saturday. v xAMUSEMENTS. w "THE GREAT DIVIDE." "The Great Divide" comes to El Paso Saturday- This dramatic success which played at the Princess and Daly's theaters Ner York ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

L PASO HEHA.LD 10 Wednesday January 5 1910 THifcauK?gaa ESE2?a?l'5S3 FEWT ffWB31g3Eg $ JJL-" "" --- 'lZ''ZZZIm m F A W fe. A K BEMS 1 mmMtm nfifV ill I I Pi All 18.00 Suits at.. $ 9.90 AH $20.00 Suits at.. 10.90 All $22.00 Suits at. . 12.90 All$22.50 Suits at.. 13.90 All $25.00 Suits at.. 15:90 All $27.50 and $30.00 Suits at 17.90 All $35.00 Suits at.. 20.90 vercoats at vo $12.50 SUITS AT $5.90 Suits -made of cashmeres and -worsteds in an endless variety of patterns. Some are single some double breasted all are worth 12.50; Removal Sale j-'QA $12.50 TO $15 SUITS AT $7.50 Every style of the season is in this lot. These suits are made of all favored suit materials in- cluding cashmeres and worsteds. Regular $12-50 to $15 values; Removal Sale i price ' Our present REMOVAL SALE is smash- ing all records. The first few days taxed our capacity to the utmost9 bit values were so remarkable that customers didn't seriously object to the little inconveniences they were put to. We must move! An...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

"Wednesday Jamiarv 5 1910 11 Not an addition to blocks of the main Las Graces but a sub-division of the Original City inside the Corporate Limits within 5 business street. High overlooking the entire city and valley. Level as a floor; no grading to do nor arroyos to fill up. I EL PASO HERALD J ZZZII g M Improvements ELECTRIC LIGHTS TELEPHONE and will have CITY WATER as the Las Cruces Wa- ter Co. will soon build its reservoirs just east of "Grand View" and their 'mains will traverse this sub-division. HhLb EP i the AS CRUDES Transportation Will have Street Cars as "Grand View" is on the"RIGHTOFWAY" of the Street Car line to the Agricultural College. A more desirable home- site is not in the Mesilla Valley. Near Future t See This Sub-division We want the people to go on the ground and see the LOCATION and the lots. We are not ashamed to SHOW THIS PROPERTY as IT IS IN LAS CRUCES and not in the FOOTHILLS and on the mountain side 5 miles away. These Lots W 1SS Treble in Valu in a year's ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

EX PASO HERALD af 12 Wednesday January 5 1910 I w f " "TBI r1 i A TIT" iV Tjl II frill I I 33i SICK TRJEND-&O0O JOKE ?Sl MKKM-ZZZZ-MM- Y!T OVER JONES -2Z2-M- -Vf7 PLAYW& "POKR X Jk VHERg 1 WAS! I YDU Vi. SKtfT. UP 1 HAWn MTTHATtiflO TOU VON LAST NIGHT . VHEN YOU SAID YOU SAT 0? WITH A SICK FRIEND ' I5 BiOiDi JYE A complete: "" PHPNOGSAPRIC RECORD OF YOUR PtRftJiTYi OPYRIGrtt 1 SOS. BY THE Chiugs Lost and Pounds- Personals and Public Notices 1 cHt a "Ward. Ne Ai- Less Tkam 25c LOST FOUND. LOST Lady's white tie with large cameo pin. Reward return to &. xu. NefL - . LOST Sunday evening gray fur on Montana St. Finder return to 1310 California. LOST t days tlmeand my house was all torn up by not hav'fig my carpets cleaned by the Vacuum cleaner. For information phone 7S6. & THE UNWRITTEN ZjATV -idve-Ise; Sflve the loser the iumc publicity yon woHld expect had the- Iom beem yeHr. PERSONAL V4JTED to know the whereabouts of one 15 year old boy dark orown com- plexion brown ey...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday January 5 1910 13 FOR SALE WJAL ESTATE. CPinTTTlR A HOIE." . The important factor In providing j tor tne iuture is iu ina.c auv ....... you are getting value received before paying out one penny and' as 'HOUSE RENT RECEIPTS" have no value every dollar invested t .n. So T.-ocrti Wo tiiwefore. In- vjte you to investigate our wonderful offers in HOMES AND RACMa. A 2 story S room residence corner or Bio Grande and Lee Sts. fronting east; just now being completed. unques- tionably one of tne most modern most fnoiiv n-riH rnnvAnientiy ar- . . . J i x. :.. mnnt Tinnr? ranged. :ne mosi auratmc .--- somely and substantially bulltjo in the city of El Paso. The price is right and terms to suit me u .?.--. A beautiful 5 room cottage close in. south front; cost -the owner $3o00 i years ago; worth $4000. Our price is only $3300 on easy terms; can lease for year at $30 or giveUmmodiate pos- . session. Hard to beat isnt It.' ??i . i. vo will fit vou like i i -love It's in t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday January 5 1910 U r I The El Paso & Southwestern System Announces IMPROVED irain I The Golden 14" Hours Saved i The A ; i Caiiforman l A Train Equipped With Sd5 . Pullman Standard and 5 tate Litnite The .Most Luxurious of Trains Pullman Stand- ard and Compartment Sleepers Only Observation-Library-Club Cars Daily at 1:15 p. m. Fast Expr Carrying Pullman Sleeper Car and Coaches. . t ally at 8 a m vation and Dining Car s. lars and Chair Daily at 8:30 p. m. Richard Warren General Agent Phones Bell 594; Auto 1694 V For Rates Reservations Tickets Etc. Call On McG CITY TICKET OFFICE SHELDON HOTEL EL PASO regor City Ticket Agent Phones Bell 594; Auto 1694 i . . 1 J Bowling Prize Fights and Golf (Herald's Sporting News By N. M. Walked Racing Y. M. 0. A. BOWLERS BEST INDEPENDENTS Teams Will Play in Tele- graph Tournament Again -Thursday Night. Winning two of "the three bowling games by a close margi the Y. M. C A. team took the Tuesday night match from the Independ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

Wednesday January 5 1910 15 Directors ffieers C. N. BLACKWELL Cashier First National Bank of Raton. LLOYD BXHRISTl Cashier Valley Bank Phoenix Arizona. T. E. POLLOCK President Arizona" Central Bank Flagstaff Arizona. E. W. WELLS Vice President Bank of Arizona Prescott Ariz. JOHN R. HULET .Merchant Holbrook Arizona. . JOHN W. POE President Citizen's National Bank Roswell. FRANK McKEE Cashier First National Bank Albuquerque. J. H. O'RIELLY Insurance. WILLIAM J MILLS Chief Justice Las Vegas. JOSHUA S. EAYNOLDS President of the First National Bank of Albuquerque and also othe First National-Bank o El Paso. ALONZO B. MeMILLEN Counsel Albuquerque. M. W. PLOUENOY Vice President First National Bank of Albuquerque. DR. J. H. WROTH Physician Albuquerque HENRY D. BOWMAN of Bowman & Son Las Curees Bankers. W. B. MUBRAY President Silver City National Bank. SOLOMON LUNA President Bank of Commerce Albuquerque JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS President. M. W. FLOURNOY Vice-President. SOLOMON LUNA Vice Presid...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 January 1910

KL PASO HERALD "Wednesday January 5 1910 The end of our present combined sales is in sight. Much remains to be done and especially in the Ready-to-Wear section are values taost phenomena!. Half price and less is now the rule. A Striking Feature for iCalisher's Combined Sales Will Close Saturday Night I ----sw..m-wcmssmtsB:sssistsmsssmiss&s?sstliSBSsts&sfsss&jfSB3 B h am v d 3 Days' rin Half Price All Coats long and short at Yt Dresses wool and silk at zt Price. All Broadcloth Suits during this sale at Yzy Price. All Tailored Skirts at y2 Price. All Evening Dresses at J4 Price. All Afternoon Dresses at Yz Price. All Costumes at y2 Price. All Traveling Suits at Yz Price. All Automobile Coats at y2 Price. All Imported Costumes y2 Price. All Silk Dresses at Yz Price. All Silk Petticoats -at Y Price. Is the price we name on all Ready-to-Wear Garments that remain which originally sold at $20.00 $22.50 and $25.00. Any garment in stock worth up to $25.00 goes at this price TAILO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 January 1910

EI Paso Texas Thursday Evening January 6 1910. 10 Pages AH the Xcws lerakl Prints St First ARE THEY IN EL SO? THIS I While It's Fresh. Si ML B di 1 Bfcw Jr LL iHH JK. MF Mtam maEk& jMmH tm I OBfemMaHI 1 WnHOM MBM r "i W I !! " - I I if fl II ic& II & ill II 11 W Irl ff58 1 II Ih 1 I 1 bi 1 I 1 it tr III - - A Many Families in Missouri and Kansas Suffer From Failure of Gas. IT'S TEN DEGREES BELOW IH COLORADO Thirteen Below at St. Jo- seph Mo. North Texas Feels Pincn of Cold. Kansas City Mo. Jan. 6. Eighteen below "was unofficially recorded in Kan- sas today the lowest temperature in that part of the southwest in 12 years. An intense cold wave covered Mis- souri and reached .into Oklahoma Ar- kansas and Texas. A shortage of natural gas caused much suffering to thousands of families in western Missouri and eastern and central Kansas and on the unprotected plains of western Kansas the cattle are reported as dying by the hundreds. Abilene Texas reported 16 above Ft. "Worth 20...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 January 1910

IMPORTANT TO -ALL WCMEX READERS OF THIS PAPER i i V Affile Pri 38 You We quote the kinds- of 'meat you want at the prices that are right. Particular people who want some- thing out of the ordinary run of meats can depend always Upon having their wants satisfied at this store. SPECIALS FOE Rib Roast per lK Mutton Stew per lb Pork Sausage per lb ......... 12'-Ic c - 10c Rump Roast per-lb. -..-- Stetf er & (WITH JACKSON Phones: Bell 14; Auto 1014. CITY REFUSES TO PIHE STREETS ( - Council Is Divided and Mayor Sweeney Casts the Decid- ing Vote Sweeney's Attention Is Called to Slot Ma- chines To Investigate G-as Heaters. Although aldermen Robinson an-1 Hewitt had their overcoats wrapped about them to keep warm m dunngtne meetimr of the council this morning there was plenfcv of ginger inside wiiea the council divided en pavinsr 3Iagoflin avenue through Cotton addition the major casting the deciding vote thai the city would not pave the street intersec- tions. . !.. Alderman Robinson ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 January 1910

L PASO HERALD Thursday January 6. 1910. DIHiniMP PSR1S 0 DUlLUIlib - uHSlHLd II lilL snUL . i 1 Continued from Page One. the next- V.'ho can tell? Sat -what the M&nitlans are doing In an astronomical way. we do not know" but what they &re dOing in the matter of reclaiming what corresponds in Marltian lan- guage to "the Great American Desert- we do know othins Ms given ou: about It at Flagstaff however for that is only where they study these things J tL-nii make mans. Boston is where it 1s all given out. Dr. Percival Lowell who knows all about the tars and planets and milky ways and great dip- pers la the man who does the talking. What Dr. Lowell Says. "Dr. Lowell says the observations at Flagstaff have proved beyond a doubt thai there is life on Mars. "Animate will" is the term Dr. Low- ell applies to the force which Is bring- Irg about a remarkaable phenomenon on the planet. In the popular way of reporting what Dr. Lowell has discovered the Inhabit- ants of Mars are buildin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD d rbursday January 6; 1910. THE GREATEST I Today's News of the Great Southwest 1 Fwnifoire El Paso known a few days.- Of course it's at the T. H. Springer Waich For Annoas-ceine&i c OLD RELIABLE Transfer Go BOTH PEONES 2444 Baggage from any point as far as Austin Ave. or funy or Sunset Heights "We check ha-gage from residence to destination over all roads but the Santa Fe for SO cents or the citys ticket agent "will do it lor you when you huy ticket. v PROMPT SERVICE CAREFUL MEN Ei Paso Dairy PRODUCERS OF AND DEALERS IN ream Phenes: Sell 340 Anto 1158 Offict 313 N. Oregon St. D9 you mm k HOME? IF SO THE STAK3ARD HOKE COMPLY Will lend you the money to buy build or lift mortgages anywhere in the United States. Payments $7.50 per month on the $1000 with 5 percent in- terest; fill out coupon and mail to us for full information. Why not pay your rent money on a home of your 1 own? How much rent do you pay Name Car line . City '. ELLIS L. JOSEPH' District Manager. 319-3...

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