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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 January 1910

9 Friday January 21 1910. 9 RAILROAD NEWS. I oo Late One Cent A Word. . Less EL PASO HERALD Classify Just "Forty-Five Minutes From Broadway" lo No Ad Than 25c. FOR SALE 9 room boarding house newly furnished and papered; best lo- cation In center of town; cheap rent. Must sell on account of sickness. "Write 562. Herald. SWEETWATER PROPERTY WILL 3IAKE YOU MONEY 320 Trust Bid?. ART SQUARES going at wholesale prices at Aldrich's nev; and second hand store; also big bargains in all kinds of. furniture. 215 N. Stanton. SWEETWATER WELL SOON HAVE 7 BIG RAILROADS AND A BIG PACK- ING HOUSE. BETTER. GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR. 320 Trust Bldg. TEXAS STREET. 52x120 feet business property now. Cheapest property in El Paso. FIxfc Trust Building. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 513 X. Florence. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 3 good cars all 4 cylinder almost new per- fect condition. Are light touring 4 passenger equipped with magnetos end all modern attachments. See H. L. HottcII 213 Heral...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 Friday January 21 1910. Fresh Delicatessen Goods Kept in a Cleao Ice Cold Counter Kosher Sausage Knack Wurst per pound 25c Frankfurter per pound 25c Eing Bologna per pound 25c Large Bologna per pound. . .25c Eing Liver Sausage per lb. .25a Cooked Gorned Beef per lb. .40c Cooked Brisket per lb 40c Smoked Brisket Beef per lb. 30c Salami Sausage per lb . . 35c Cervlot Sausage per lb 35c Liver Sausage with Truffles per lb . 60c Liver Sausage with Goose Liver per lb. .40c Blood Sausage with Tongue per lb . .40c Ham Las per lb 50c Smoked Pork Sausage per lb. . . .- 25c Mortadella Sausage per lb 50c Veal and Tongue Sausage per lb. 40c Goose Breast per lb $1.00 Goose Shanks per lb 35c Fancy Queen Olives in bulk per pint 35c Sweet Midget Pickles in bulk per pint 25c 3tfew Dill Pickles per doz 20c & 40c Stufed Sweet Mango Pickles each . . 5c & 10c Louisiana Preserved Pigs in bulk per lb . . 25c I vWRIBL tm Phone 151. 210-212 Brevities Train. Bulletin. Texas & Pac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

AH the .Vein Herald Prints It First While It's Fresh. General Manager Paul of Company Says El Paso Will Benefit by Extension OVER 1000 -MEN ARE EMPLOYED Production of Property Has Been Over $3000000 Gold in Three Years. "With the completion of the Mexico & Northwestern railway by Dr. F. S- Pearson to Madera from Casas Grandes a distance of 115 miles making- 265 miles from El Paso there will be placed in clcse communication with this city probably the richest mineral district in (northern Mexico viz. the Dolores district- All mining: engineers know of that wonderful camp by hearsay but few of them and scarcely any laymen have any conception of it. The opening of this district to trade with El Paso is so important that a de- scription of its greatest mine will In- cerest every merchant and dealer in mine supplies and machinery in this city. These are now chiefly purchased in Chihuahua and amount to $600000 gold a year. "When this road Is built to Madera -this trade will all come t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

Sample Sprin urprism Cheap t Only by a& unusual chance can we offer such a remarkable bargain in spring sMrts! Our Mr. Coblentz who has been in STew York the past two weeks recently secured 1000 manufacturers ' advance spring sample skirts. By purchasing the entire lot he got a price that makes these skirts the cheapest garments we ever bought. Don't con- fuse this with an end-of-the-season sale or anything like that. These skirts are all spring models. The cheaper ones are made of mannish mixtures and fancies. The better grades are black voile panamas and light weight worsteds. They are styled according: to the dictates of spring fashidns in pleated and tunic effects. Later on in the season when the regular line of skirts is in you will pay considerably more than the prices noted below for exactly the same kind of skirts as will be on sale next week. We realize that 1000 spring skirts is an immense quantity but we propose to sell every one next week. You will understand when yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday January 22 1910. "WHAT IS A mission? COSIE TO St. Clement's Church SUXDAY 3IORXIG AAB KIND OUT BEV. THOS. SEMMES RICnilOA'D VA 3IISSIOXER. will continue throughout the week. Dr. Semmes is stopping with Dr. Robert 3?. Williams a former parishioner at 1005 Rio Grande street. GOIXG TO liAS CRUCES SUXDAYT Special ladies' purses shopping bags. El Paso Trunk factory north side plaza. "We will be closed all day Sunday. Get your films tonight. Open until 9 p. m. Feldman'H. TJrs. Paset & Ratllf floor Caples Bldg. moved to 2nd BUY L.AS CRUCES LOTS SUXDAY. N ews- Brevities Train Bulletin. Rock Island train No. S "the Golden State limited due at 5:40 p. m. is re- ported three hours and 15 minutes late. All other afternoon and night trains are reported on time. Globe Flour best by test and the payroll in El Paso. C. la. BUliREtoH. 709 Magoffin. Tel. 14S9 painting paperhanging decorating. CARRIAGES TTILIi 3IEET THE EX- CURSION. Fresh garden vegetables. Jackson's. 5Phon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

Saturday January 22 1910. JtLJL m r y Giiiiici SJ pounds Misoellaiieous List of Real E HiSi UII2ilii$ a Hi oiliii state W Every indication and all information possible to obtain warrants the opin- ian that 1909 prices will be We Advise You to Buy Heal Estate Nqw "We liave for sale on Mesa avenue a corner in the paved district. It is listed at 25 per cent less than its value; 65x120; tihe price is $4500. On Montana street we can sell you two lots south fronts including paving cost for $2000. 5 lots on Rio Grande street corner only $3150. We can give good terms on them. 3 lots on Montana street south fronts including paying. Ihe price is $3200. 5 8 room house on corner Xorth Campbell St. A beautiful home every convenience $5S00. On Rio Grande street we have a 7 room house large porches modern in every respect. You should tee this beautiful home; price $7350. We can sell you a 6 room house on 50x160 foot lot soutth front on terms of $500 cash balance in monthly-payments; price $4500. "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

Saturday January 22 1910. Znnsinr'oim linn miiiT POLICE Hi HOP JOINT; CANS IE ARRESTED EL PASO HERALD NINE Hi Three Women Are Among Thope Pined Police Bis- coyer System of Beli Einging. ' . ' . t Located In the heart of the residence district in Juarez a "hop joint" managed by Americans for American patronage vras raided last night by the Mexican police. Nine Americans three of -whom were -women were arrested and a quan- tity of smokers' paraphernalia confis- cated. At 4 oclock this morning the police pounced upon a house at 105 Lerdo avenue until a few months ago rented to respectable Mexican families. Circled about "the joint" in the fashion of wooers of the pungent smoke were six young men and three young women. Some were sleeping some were smok- ine?. while some were doing neither. At the entrance of the police there was a great commotion xne is tw and the glim burning lamp were hur- riedly concealed. But all were ar- rested without ceremony and lodged In the jail for the rest o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday January 22 1910. 6 m $20.00 $22.50 and $25.00 Tailored Suits and Dresses ropna prin ffwlDb m 2k BW V ii tor Approaching T HE ABOVE REDUCTION may surprise you but you will be still further sur prised when you come and see the suits and dresses. This is- an end-of-the-season-clean-up price. We close inventory Eeb. 1st and do not want to invoice a single one of these suits and dresses. There are 65 of them. They comprise light and dark colors in both wool and silk. This big cut in price is made with the sole idea of selling these garments quickly. Regular prices are $20.00 $22.50 and $25.00. On sale next week at Ca!islKvr?s L J.C1i4mt Dgr Good Co. frnjifafr 9 Ladi Button Boots IN e Is Dull Leathers CC The Classy Sort" Made on Patterns That Fit New Pumps Ankle Straps Oxfords and Cross Strap Street and Dress Slippers Arriving Daily-Have a look at them. D Pew's Shoes yy For Satis faction FIREMAN FINED SI ON OF MOLESTING ' Plaintiff Testifies to Laying a Trap to Cat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

paso hbral: jui Saturday January 22 1910. 7. Train Leaves Union Station Sunday Morning Tomorrow 8:45 A. M Train Returns to Union Station Sunday Evening Tomorrow 6:55 P- IVS I 'T . i -i i i -i . - - i ill ' !Si i For the Round Trip and if You Buy One or fHore Lots in Grand View Sub-Division of Las Oruoes BIG FREE L T FOR EVERYBODY Don't Take Our Word--Don't Take Anybody's Word-Go on the Excursion and See for Your- self the Prettiest Building Sites the Sun Ever Shined Upon IN LAS CRUCES Not Away Out 4 or 5 Miles as Are Some Additions? to Las Cruces DON'T Iff THE TRAI You'll Enjoy the Trip Youll be well entertained. If you buy a lot just band the Salesman and be will give you a receipt for the first pay- ment of $10. Balance $4 a ; Month No Mortgage No Taxes No Interest 1 THIS MAP SHOWS THE EXACT LOCATION OF ALL ADDITIONS TOLAS CRUCES fa . M M II i m i M 1 1 i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Look . i - -V ' h 1 d? -; ' jf ?f -4?i i r ri Imo "7 I r ' " - I YGU'n see the O z - i H I Wires ready 1 v j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

AGAZiNE PAGE I 8 Saturday January 22 1910. L PASO Established April 18SL The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession The Daily News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The .Republican. The Bulletin. member Associated press and amer. newsp. publishers' Assoa Entered at the El Paso PostofCice for Transmission at Second Class Bates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. HERALD TELEPHONES;- - TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION'. Detly Herald per month. 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year $2. The Bally Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso East El Paao Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state In his communication both the old and the new address. COMPLAINTS. Subscribers failing to get The Herald promptly should call at ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

Saturday January 22 1910 We Can Fit Your Foot Exactly 7 In -Sizes EL PASO HERALD " " I". ! - ! I llllllll SJ gj SaS imiimi i iMiTmnaiigTB-MlMMg a i Do you know that Regal Shoes are the only ready-to-wear shoes in the world made in quarter" sizes? In addition to the usual half and full sizes Regals come in the one-quarter and three-quarter JzgCfrL sizes in. between. This means that in REGAL there are iust double the number of sizes shoes. You no longer have to be content that is a little too loose or too tight we will give you an exact fit in a Regal q If your foot-length is just between tl half-sizes of ordinary shoes Regals are the only ready-to-wear shoes in which you can secure perfect fit and comfort. We have the exclusive local Reg Agency. $350 $400 and $500 Lerner Shoe Co. 215 S. El Paso St found in other Tl with a shoe e to us and . uarter-size. SZ&i i v vv If V v f Jk IS f S&xL 1 a ' Chihuahua Mex. Jan. 22. The Ma- dera company limited now has 800 to 1000 men employe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

Saturday January 10 aW'S TLi- ACT MAD AND ORDE1K WISE YOU TO LEAVE. -VOUSAV LEAVE IT TO DIS pLO SAUL? nt-my i yf-r t you. SEE the: viwrt. f CKJCKE feEE HERE -YOU 1 GET OUT OR ruYHROW lOUO BA.LL. 1QEFY l" SOU OUT YOOJ COPYRIGHT 1909 BY THE NEW Chmgs Lost and Eound; Personals and Public Notices X Oat a Word. N Ad. Less T&xa 25c IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It wiii be returned to you If an honest person finds It. Remarkable re- coveries are brought about every day through this column. LOST FOUND. THE UNWRITTEN rAW AdvrIsej give the loser tfce saree publicity tsr TTould expect bad the los been yours. Help and Situations In and Around EI Paso s. Cet Word. Na Ad. Les Tha 25c HELP WANTED -HALS. WAOTKD. rmrrERS FOR MEN FOR ALL Ki?roSEOP WORK. WE HAVE SOME inGHTY GOOD MEN WHO AKfc. OPEN FOR PROPOSITIONS EN MINE imi SMELTER STORE A5.D OF- FICE WORK. WE CAN ALSO FUR- KISH MEXICAN LABORERS. FALL & MITCHELL EMPLOYMENT. 21 SAN FRANCISCO ST. GOVERNMENT FARMERS WANTED Salary S75....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

Saturday January 22 1910. 11 L PASO HERALD 1 ! 4ftf rf . A JJ? AU4 v JL-rf Classify FOR SALE EEAL ESTATE. Ffl T T1 1 4 T8 S ft fT L J Too Late 1 o GJa&sirv -1 oo Late to dassiry ate to 1S5 ACHES IX CHAMBERING. ALL IX THE VALLEY. 00 ACRES IX ALFALFA 10 OR 15 IX CORN AXD WHEAT. ALL THIS LAND IS UNDER PILL WATER RIGHTS IN THE CHAMBERINO DITCH AXD IS SIGNED IP IXCElt THE GOVERN- MET DAM. E1BRY 4.CRE OF THIS Li.D CAN BE IRRIGATED. AND AT THE PRICE I A 31 OFFERING IT AT IS AT LEAST ?20 BELOW THE MAR- KET PRICE. xT PRICE $55 PER ACRE 1-3 DOWN BALANCE 1 AXD 2 YEARS. R. C. BAILEY NEW OFFICE 210 ST. LOUIS ST. BELL 20CS. AUTO. 221T. HOME AXD RANCHES FOR SALS. A beautiful 5 room red pressed brick on Rio Grande St. choicest neighbor- hood 50x120 feet of ground; well worth $3000. We're offering this choice piece of property for R-SSOO on easy terms. 1000 under actual value. Dandy 5 room cottage completely furnished close in north of tracks; o minutes walk from P. O. Will sell you the house an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Saturday. January 22 1910. AT BARGA3N PRICES s0jmsmwffismaaEBB& SUPERIOR SHOES If Loek For Tits Reef Canvas Front I l&tiw H TV E24fiHfefa.yvM3KSs I URL at IJWV r LAS CRUCES AND MESILLA VALLEY US GOOD SHOWING THIS YEM & Honor Roll of Pupils in the Grades Who Have Not Been Absent Mor Tardy- Public School Notes. Las Cruces N. M. Jan. 22. The Las Cruces public schools have entered on the second lap of.theipresent session in fine style and are making a good show- ing in all grades. The following Is a 'list of pupils neither absent nor tardy during the fourth month of school which closed Friday. Central Baildln&r. Seventh and eighth grades. Mis. Dusenberry teacher: Blanche Brown- lee Anita Candelaria Anna Bell Lane Elenor Lyon Soledad Lucero Juanlta Lucero- Maryal Papen Annie Quesen- herry Corinne "Woodson Madge Pinney Park Birdwell Frank Bowman Henson Farrls Dale Lane Robert Schonborn and Charles Cormany. Sixth grade. Miss Papen teacher: Hester Day Barba...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

Saturday January 22 1910. JCi-L' Mr. Finty has written the fol- lowing' article at the request of The Survey to show particularly what an extensive campaign of ed- ucation has been carried on by many Texas newspapers in con- nection with the recent legislative Investigation of prison conditions in the state. The events of the last six months are remarkable ast a striking instance of a state aroused through a determined and definite press campaign to the necessity of prison reform. loves That Cook L THE GREAT 14 THE TEXAS E R Tom Finty Jr. Staff Correspondent of Galveston-Dallas News in The Survey A R E in the 'above line yon will find it in all its complete- ness at the Hixson Co. store. TVe feel so proud of onr extensive showing of plate and hollow ware that we are quite anxious to have you call and inspect it. "We cannot say too much about the quality of these wares. You ought to see oar line of table dessert and tea spoons as well as fancy table (pieces. We show an enormous line ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

HEUALD Saturday January 22 1910. 15 A Packing Hon A LARGE PACKDtfG- HOUSE has closed a Contract to LOCATE at SWEET- WATER Texas. THREE OTHER LARGE PACKING HOUSE people are at Sweetwater LOOKCSTGr over the situation with view of LOCATING. THE THREE BIG TRUNK LINE RAILROADS and the 1MACHINE Shops are doing GREAT things are bringing LARGE results. FOUR OTHER RAILROADS are making Surveys into Sweetwater. WHAT FOR? They see Things AHEAD. PROPERTY will go HIGHER and NOW is the TIME to BUY. It is in reach of ALL yet EVEN the POOR man can BUY and get in on the GROUND Floor. WE WILL SELL you a LOT in SWEETWATER for $10 down and $10 per month WITHOUT Interest Mortgage or Taxes and GIVE you IN- DUGEBDBNTS to BUY. Sweetwater Development 320 Trust Bldg. El Paso Texas. m : 1L Mr MAKT ROBERTS RUTEKART It is not necessary' to detail the fluctuations of hope and despair and not a little fear of what lay beyGnd with which I twisted and turned the knob. It moved but nothing seemed to happen and then I...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

i 16 Saturday January 22 1910. JS-U ) "omen's Clubs In Card Circles Social Quyety ness of her mother and as soon as pos- Aft LIFE By Alice D. O. Greenwood. I Only one more week of bargain giving of the best Shoes sold in El Paso and then it mil be all oyer. In order to make everybody remember this the big- gest and most successful Eaus Mit 'Em Shoe Sale we ever had we wll place on sale for this final week several lots of Shoes at the most extraordinary re- ductions at which it was ever your good fortune to buy " Guarantee" Shoes. Had you not better hurry up arid get a pair of those Shoes that we are offering at a saving of from 20 TO 50 PER CENT Or do you want your neighbor to get all the good bargains $ This sale will pos- itively close Saturday January 30th. & Jif& jV igj? EXTRA SPECIALS IN M ens 300 pairs $2.50 grade good while they last 3at ". 100 pairs -$3.50 grade Patent Leather High Shoes. Eaus Mit 'Em at '. 150 pairs $4.00 Oxblood Calf Shoes just re- ceived while the...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

EI. PASO HERALD Saturday January 22 1910. ' 1 IMI1MIMMMI-W1 I 4. YODXG PEOPLE'S SOCIAL. 4. ...4. -i-S"t- The Baraca and Philathea classes of Trinity 2.L E. church held a very en- joyable business meeting and social at the home of Miss Graham. 627 TJson avenue last evening at which about 35 were present- After the assembling of the two classes a half hour was devoted to transacting such business as came oe? fore the classes each class choosing separate rooms for this part of the program. Upon reassembling each person was given a card which was arranged part- ner fashion and each couple began the enjoyment of the evening right off. For the social feature of the evening three rooms were appropriately dedi- cated each room having several tables with games thereon and each table having a number the object of which was to try and encircle the three rooms from one table to another in an allotted space of time. The couple winning re- ceived a card punch and went to the next number ahead. Mi...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

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