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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 February 1910

ijiijjii ILH" ' sWwaBI W9 a flBVFBB WB") H Paso Texas friday Evening February 4 1910-12 Pages All the Xews fieralif Prints it First While It's Fresh. e Wat Beiss Wants to Bring Curtiss and Others Here in Aerial Competition. CAN COME TO EL PASO SOON. With Paulhan's aeroplane a total wreck In Denver and his dates for ap- pearance In EI Paso not yet fixed the possibility of securing Glenn Curtiss the great American aviator and rival of the "Wright brothers for the su- premacy of the air is appealing to El Pasoans with more force each day. Curtiss appears in Phoenix on Feb. 10 11 and 12 for a series of flights in connection with Hamilton Willard Mars and Teferis aeroplanists and bal- loonists. He will fly there under the auspices of the Aero club of Phoenix which Is affiliated with the Aero club of America the flights will be sanc- ticned by the club and the records made by the aviators will be official. Nat Reiss "the carnival king" who showed here during the fair week is to be general...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 February 1910

' "1F iff fe S900 Piano pDUU Bargain No. 4; $400 Bargain No. 6; $450 r tvt iPff no. ; ia arsam scarf. Piano. Rosewood. Fine condition. Stool and scarf Piano. Mahogany. like new. Stool and scarf s- Piano. Golden Oak. Of standard make. Stool and One Adam Schaaf. A mag- nificent Baby Grand. Sent i usasa sample. This piano must be sold within five days or we will be obliged to ship it back to the factory and to save return freight we offer it at less than factory whole- sale price. Easy monthly payments can. be ar- ranged. Just the piano for an artist or one "who has the ambition to become one. H Bargain No 9; New Piano. Mottled ma- hogany. Stool and scarf. fl ri il!- Tiiirlwicr "PiflTin "RpmTHfril arsrain ro iuib43 hn m-wIa u -rvi- mottled mahogany. Stool and scarf. Earo-ifTl Nto 1 1 4.0 Jrice&Teeple Piano. San argaiO iHO. lltpHtDXJ Domingo mahogany. Stool and st-arf Adam Schaaf Piano. rTew. Green oak. Stool and Bargain No. 1 o; $475 scarf $300 $300 The above is only a partial list...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 February 1910

IT Friday February 4 1910 1 ! ) Our Saturday Meat Sales are the "Talk of the Town." Itfo meat that ought not to go into your home will go out of this market. Tomorrow Saturday we will again make it pssible for you to buy meat for a very small amount of money. - KFEtf5 Tangerines Oranges Grape Fruit Apples Grapes Bananas Lemons Cocoanuts MORE HORSES SHIPPED FR03I JUAREZ TR.Clv Another carload of the Bed- well horses at the Juarez track have been shipped ;o Oakland where the going is su'd to Je better in a financial way. Bed- ivell has the best horses at the Juarez track and with Blum and Bedwell getting- away early the meeting seems tc bt on Its last legs. : : : SATURDAY'S ENTRIES JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB Fifty-second Day Saturday Feb. o. First race selling five furlongs Tipster 9T; Cherokee 97; George Field 99: El Perfecto 102; Billy Bard 104; Sainfox 104; Block 104; Rio Pecos 107; Dan Norton 109. Second race selling one mile Dene 100; Almena 100; Duchess of Monte- bello 100; Tiflis 102; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 February 1910

Friday February 4 1910. Physicians today a: is a product it deli RAILROAD NEWS. Mexican Central Crew Re- fused to Proceed With- out English Orders. There was a reason for the delay In the arrival of the Mexican Central train from Mexico City over the National Lines this morning. The train from the south was one hour and 35 minutes late. This loss of time -was caused by a delay at Silao according to the story told by- a traveling man who -was a passenger on the delayed train. When the Central train pulled Into Silao which is a division point the en- gineer and conductor both Americans were handed their train orders in Span- ish. Both spoke and read Spanish flu- ently. "No sabe" answered the conductor and engineer in duet. Give us our orders in English' "No sabe Engles" was the operators reply so the traveling man's story goes. An ultimatum was issued by the trainmen right there on the Silao plat- form.. No train orders In English no ELLIS BROTHERS Copper Plate Printers Let Us Print Y...

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

EL PASO HERAL ITridaj- February 4 1910. SIN CAUSES MURDER AND ALL OTHEE EVILS Rev. C. 0. Beckman Says That Sin Inspires All Crimes. ''The Center of Sin" was the subject treated by Rev. C. O. Beckman at the First Methodist church last night in the series of evangelistic services which are now in progress there. Rev. Mr. Beck- juan chose as his text "For From "With- in. Out of the Heart of Men Proceed Evil Thoughts AdulterieSj Fornications Murders Theft Covetousness Wicked- ness Deceit Lasciviousness and Evil Eye Blasphemy Pride Foolishness; All These Evil Things Come From 1 ithln. and Defile the Man." Mark 7: 21-23. Ke said: "The soiemn message which I bring you this evening is not one of speculation or a theory of my own but the solemn statement of Jesus Christ that the center bf sin is the heart of sin. Why do men murder because a TN ANCIENT ROME a wife 1 could divorce her husband if his breath were impure. The daily thorough use of Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder not only cleanses...

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

AGAZIInE page 6 Friday February 4 1910. EDITORIAL A EL PASO HERALD established -April. 1881. The- Bl Paso 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. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IEIL NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSGG. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. ... Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. REKALD STKLElPHOXES 3S. j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DfcHy Herald per month 50c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year. t. The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso East El Paso. Fort Jtllsa and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state is bis communication both the old and the new address. COMPLAINTS. Subscribers failing to get T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 February 1910

Friday February 4 1910 A A NEW F !L PA; Today's News of the Great Southwest OOD Dinu POlilfoV TOO CFTT I FRUF 0 ufl uUu! hi run ul I LL V l lH Hh iB bh k H K Has a high food value. A splendid physical devolop- ment follows when it is used as one of the principal articles of diet. A food that children will like and grow vigorous upon. Compounded from WHEAT OATS RICE and BARLEY. Relished by the robust as well as the weak possesing 90 of the nutritious value of these important grains. Ask your Grocer. Rubber Factory Is "Working Day and Night Granite Quarry Opened. Marathon Tex. Feb. 4. Situated about half way between San Antonio and El Paso on the G. H. & S. A. rail- road near the center of a beautiful valley protected on three sides by high mountains from the cold of the north the nearest railroad pDint for Ft. Stockton and the mines of the "River Bend country" to the south -with their unknown quantities of zinc quicksil- ver coal and oii wells is Marathon. Besides the American mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 3Mdav February 4. 1910. ' - .?"" About 200 Men's Hats remain in the late winter styles and these we offer to our Saturda- custom- ers at a sharply cut price. Our best brands in both soft and stiff styles are offered in black and col- ors. In some styles the line of sizes is broken but every size is in the lot. Young men in particular will find this sale interesting with a large variety in both styles and color to choose from. 3.0.0 and 4.00 Men's Hats Saturday Special mfiFtZr rar"-r-JLii'i..4B i l fife taving tia. e rnce Copyright Tbs Hoeae of KcppcEiefeist Chicago is a matter not to he lightly considered. A good suit at a low price to fill the gap between Winter and Spring is almost a necessity to neat dressers. 'Our purchase of Kuppenheimer's en- tire surplus stock of Winter Suits at a low price allows us to offer you this needed suit at a price you can surely afford. The Suits in this lot. -while classed as Winter Suits are not ex- tremelv heavy -weights but medium...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 February 1910

T HERALD Friday February 4 1910. i a n T & When you attend sales at this market you get only the choicest meats and Saturdays we jrive real bargains. The meat you buy at this market 33 from tihe choicest fed cattle and you cannot get the quality at other mar- kets that you get here not mentioning the price. Indications are that meat -will not be cheaper soon and it will pay you to attend our special sales eadi week and lay in a supply to last a few days- Saturday's Speeials Prime Rib Roast per lb. "S O ( Saturday only & & A Corned Beef per lb- r 1 A- Saturdaj' only IvC Shoulder Steak on special sale O- Saturday at per lb O Home Tendered Lard on 1 g sale Saturday at IOC Fine Mutton Stew - 7ir on sale Saturday only '. a w Hump Boast per lb 10c St etf er & Schneider (WITH JACKSON GROCERY CO.) Phones: BeU 14; Auto 10M. 107 El Paso St. WWWVV'tVVVVVVWWViAA.WVVVVVWVVVVVVtAVVVVWVH over their oat crop last year and he has procured some very fine oats of different species this...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 February 1910

10 JMday February 4 1910. bMiiin.iiujLj..ii i hi ii.! iiTirrwrrTm-T- i i i i7HaaaMgBgBgagffliiB i m i " '' m xx?i iwamUBri WELLI GOELSS XVl. CALL LATTLE SR.K5-HT OR.DLET5 Aim HAVE A CHAT. HELLO .CENTRAL S-VE rtE 5WS rtORMlNG - V That's rks-ht 0L 3E BOG-LE Z B2L- BZ.Z.-ZZ. 3UST LiSTK TO THAT! THIS fHDKE ISOM THE 'SUMIC! JUST ft SAtS THEK.E Qr063. AMTHlKfr PftZlA2A PaZZA CrifiT3)o? HEAR COPYRIGHT. 1909 BY THE Chings Lost and Eound; Personals and Public jSTotices. l Oat a Wort Xeii. Lcm Ttuta S5c EF TOT LOSE AXTTHIXG advertise It here. It will be returned to you If an honest person finds IL Remarkable re- coveries are brought about every day threugn this column. LOSTFOUND. LOST Return portion of railroad ticket to St. Iwuis via T. P. Reward. E. T. Moore room 520 Caples Building. FOrXD Boggue bridle with reins can be got at 500 S. Stanton SL Call Identify and pay for this ad. Benito Gonzales. LOST Near postoffice Monday last bunch of keys; has T. F- A. and Wood- men tag attached with na...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 February 1910

TTriday February 4 1910 11 One Cent a Word. No Ad. Less Than 25c. MONEY AND METALS. t PASO HERAL m r ? " Too Late To Classify -Too Late to Classify TODAY'S R f X IB Tfeaf IB SB QT - d 4 LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care of The Herald office were awaiting the following ad vertlsers this mcrnins: These replies should be called for not iater than one -week after being? bulle- tined: B. B. 3X. C. C. M E. F. C. 235 F. 292 G. 24 G. 37 H. K. P. I. 110 J. 190 J. 191 J. G. G. J. 190 J. 175 M. 279 Q. 119 . 163 Z. Mrs. Mann 25 345 392 IF YOU ARE TIRED - Of paying rent and want to ownjyour own home come to see me- I nave modem houses for sale at surprising! low prices and will let you make your own monthly or yearly terms. W. T. Downing 209 Mesa Avenue. FOR SALE Nice clean feather bed weight about 75 lbs. new tick. -oau 9D9 N. Campbell. ROOMS furnished with hot and cold water reasonable sib . uv"""- CLOSE IX BUILDIXG SITE on the corner of Stanton and Nevada Ste.. 6o feet east front level and...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 February 1910

L PASO HERALD 12 Briday February 4 1910. Pure Sap Maple Syrup Home made and unequaled by any factory made syrup. This syrup is shipped to us by a Vermont farmer who has been making syrup for this store for the last fifteen years. This fact itself is a guar- antee of purity. . QUABT CANS 45c - PURE MAPLE SUGAR 25c POUND Old Fashion Buckwheat Flour Genuine isTew York State Buckwheat Flour 3 POUNDS FOR.25C IMPORTED WHOLE FIGS AND PRESSED FIGS The Figs we handle are packed by a new process in which great care is taken not to split the skin but keep the fruit as intact as it comes from the or- chard. By this method the full flavor of the fruit is retained. They will be found to be a most excel- lent dessert fruit far superior to the ordinary split fig. 30c POUND OR 5 FOUND BOXES FOR $1.25 50 POUND BOX FANCY GANO APPLES $2.50 Phone 151. 210-212 Tesas St. Auto 1151. ews- Brevities Train Bulletin. Rock Island train No. 3 The Golden State Limited due from the east at .7:40 'pi ml is reported...

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

ALD EI Paso Texas Saturday Evening February 5 191Q.--24 Pages AH the Xevrs Herald Prints It First While It's FreKfc. FT B I j t While passing Cleveland square about 10 oclock Friday night L. B. Crawford r drug clerk residing at 720 Mundy avenue was held up by two men. One of the highwaymen stuck a revolver in his face and demanded that he throw up his hands. But instead of complying with the request Crawford turned and ran towird town at breakneck speed. Reaching the jrtaza he notified the policeman on the beat of the holdup and said one of the holdup men had followed him a block toward town- The offi- cers went on a hunt for the robbers but did not find them and Crawford rode home on a street car. Actress Divorces Husband Who G-ave Her a Six Min- ute Kiss on Wedding Eve. DIVORCE ISSUED IN" SAN FRANCISCO Denver Colo. Feb. 5. "Heavens! May Buckley obtains a divorce on the ground that her husband -was cruel to her. If a man -who gives his fiancee a soul kiss lasting- six minutes by th...

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

- ... - I Mfk They Are All Here ! ! WM&sZ ! New Waists lingerie! Hand Embroidered Waists and jaunty tailored styles overflow our Waist Section. Since enlarging this section last fall our waist business thas almost doubled. The waist section rwiH 3e one of the &ig fea- tures at the White House throughout the coming sea- son so don'i fail to keep in fcouch iwith it. Extra Special Next week we offer 10 do- zen tiiDgejtie Waists the season's newest styles.at v- speeial -price of $1.00 El 1 ' - " ' ' -M " II M M 1 ' jj From the Maw Of the Catapult Copyright 1910 by the Xew York Evening Telegram (Xew York Herald Co.) AH rishts reserved. By Gladys Adelina IiCwls. I AM now drifting In the neighborhood of 10000 feet from the surface of the earth. The Balloon has ceased to ascend; I taiow that because the wind is buffeting me with equal force from below and from above. The air is damp and chilly and growing more frigid with every passing moment. My tights are -rerv little protection a...

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

L PASO c lOur Stocks for Spring Are of a Character That You Can Buy With the Assurance of Satisfaction j Extra Special 85c Mght Gowns 44c Women's muslin gowns made in the high or low neck stylesPwith long or short sleeves worth reg- ularly 85c 44c Each Extra Special $1.25 White Skirts 83c Women's white skirts good full widths with embroidered or lace trimmed flounce; a regular $1.25 quality Extra Special Women's White Waists White lawn in the new approved spring styles embroidery and lace trimmed and with the new sleeve; 65c values in the base- ment Monday 48c Extra Special Children's Knit Underwaists Children's underwaists of ribbed cotton with double row of bone buttons for the undergarments all sizes 20c value in the base- ment Monday 12 i-2c Absolute Extra Specials In ike Embroidery and Lace Section The special items underprieed for Monday and Tuesday's selling should attract every woman to this depart- ment. Values are all we claim for them and in several instances the val- ues...

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

EL PASO HERALD . m " ' - wi i i" i J-fc BMM M BggMgBBWBBws s bmb gwggHanawg I e . The Stock must be sosd in the it will be too Sate. Note each 0 N xt few days-- the Startlin DAY rppiy your Low Price eeds of Sla After we are htering Merchandise PECI ALS One lot Kid GrloTes that sold for $1.25 and $1.50 Monday special pair "! One lot Silk Gloves worth up to $1.00 for One-lot fancy Silks worth.up to $1.50 for 59c LACES AFB EMBROIDERY STOCK ALL OUT OH TABLES AT LESS THAN" HALF PRICE . VEILINGS ON TABLES AT HALF PRICE One table of Shirt Waists worth up to $1.50 Monday special LADIES' TAILORED SUITS AND DRESSES ALL 0 AT HALF PRICE BALANCE STOCK OF BLANKETS AND COMFORTS M FIBRE RUGS 36x72 Regular Price J 1.50 for $1.00 6x9 tt " $7.50- for $4.50 I 7x10 ft.6 in. " " $8.50 for $5.50 9x 12 ft. " " $10.50 for $6.00 MGRMflN RUGS eofh Sides Alike 20x34 in. Regular Price 48c for 25e 24x45 in. " " 75c for 49c 28x54 in. " " $1.00 for 69c 36x72 in. " " $1.75 for $.125 7ffe.xl0ft.6in." "$10.50 for $6....

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

EL PASO HERALD '5 In il ooys ana Du s dependable shoes are not to be bad in every store. There's where it takes quality to sat- isfy. The inner parts the hidden parts must be niade of leather and good leather at that to give wear to boys and girls for they use shoes much harder than we grown-ups. Bring them to us; we'll fit them proper- ly. $1.00 to $3.00 Free delivery to any part of the city. LERNEJ Shoe Co. Agents for Segal Shoes tt 215 El Paso St. El Paso Tex. ' I N ews- Brevities Train Bulletin. Ail afternoon trains "axe reportefl on time Steel 3Ikii Seek Divorce. Beno Nev. Fen. 5. James Gayley second vice president of the United States Steel corporation has filed suit for divorce here Jfrom Julia Gardner Gayley. of New Yoftc The complaint merely contains-the names of the par- ties the date of the marriage and the names of the. children. The petition states that the plaintiff and the de- fendant were married in St. Douis Mo. Feb. 21 1884 and that on July 1 1906 the defendant des...

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

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE EL PASO HERALD Established April. 18SL The El Paso Herald includes also by absorption asfl succession The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune. The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. KfiMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOQ Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Bates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no pood cause 'shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. f Business Office H5 J Editorial Rooms 2020 1 Society Reporter ... 1J9 L Advertising- department 116 HXRALD TELEPHONES. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dally Herald per month 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year J The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas. and-Giudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state iz bis communication both the old an...

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

EL PASO HPJRALD t "N CHILDREN'S SERVICE AT PRESBYTERIAN ' mm Mffifr HATSyMEN Spring Style JtJLst RecetHJed &&& Have just received QLs a complete line of the celebrated Crofut & Knapp hats for men. We extend to you an invita- tion to inspect the line. THEC.&K $3.00 THE KNrAPP-FEET.$4.00 THE DELUXE $6.00 Complete Line of soft and Stiff Stetson Hats and Heid- caps. HARKfWAIH Hatters Uhirtmaker 107SAN.ANTOKIO St. No Services Tonight at the Methodist Revival Church Notices. Celebrating- the anniversary of the young people's movement in the Pres- byterian church the Sunday evening- service of the church will be devoted to a young- people's meeting- Sunday having: been set apart by the general assembly for that purpose. The ser- vices will begin at 7:30 p. m. and will consist of addresses by the leaders of the young people's work in the church. In addition the chorus choir will sing a number of selections. Miss Nil Kenan will sing a solo and a male quartet will also sin...

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

EL PASO HERALD 8 Look For . The : i -"sep- 'fZr(P . V- . A New S We ''& Move T March jf I The -. ices Have Taken Drop :s All this talk about the aviation meet in El Paso causes us to remind you that prices here have taken a greater tumble than if they had really dropped from an airship. It often occurs that a store will make reductions on a few articles and rely on making itup on Here it is different -every article in stock has taken a drop in price and in every 'case it is considerable. tore A New Stock Our new store 310-312 San Antonio Streetis being rapidly remodeled. For this store we have ordered'the largest and finest stock of Spring goods that can be assembled. This leaves us with our present stock to sell and sell we will during the limited time left. In addition to big reductions on all stock we note the following good value: ; 1st (T Extra Special Pongee Shirts " Do iv Not miA P-- : Wait YJT ' A shipment of Pongee Shirts intended for the new store arrived sooner than w...

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