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

EL PASO HERAUD Monday February 7 1910. FT. KNOX SETTLEMEMT OOT FAVO Address Letters to Society Formed in Baltimore Urg- ing Arbitration Instead of War. IN PEACE Baltimore Md. Feb. 7. There was organized last night at the residence of Theodore Marburg the American Society for the Judicial Settlement of International Disputes which will de- vote itself principally to Issuing ar- ticles by leading men of all countries on subjects indicated by the title of the organization and to organizing meetings of national scope In various parts of the country from time to time with a view to educating the people as to the desirability of. promoting the peace of the world by settling points of international controversy in the same general way in which differences be- tween Individuals are now settled. In the meeting the following letters were read: Taft's Best "Wishes. -rne White House "Washington Jan. 31 1910. "My Dear Mr. Marburg: I have learn- ed with Interest of the plans to found an 'American ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Monday February 7 1910. EL PASO HERALD established April 18SL The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption an uccesslon. The Daily News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribuns. The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. JTEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC Eatered at the El Paso Postoftlce 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. BelL Business Office '....-.. 115 Editorial Rooms 2020 Society Reporter j-J Advertising department ilb HERALD TELEPHONES. TERMS OP SUBSCRJPTIOX. Daily Herald per month. 60c; per year. $7. Weekly Herald P J The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso East El Past). Fort Bliss and Towne Texas and Citfdad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please stat la bis communicat...

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

EL PASO HERALD Monday February 7 1910. i m Today's News of the Great Southwest MARFA QUARRY IS FLOURISHING- Lackof Transportation Fa- cilities to be- Overcome. " Marfa jSTews. Marfa Tex. Feb. 7. Manager Chas. Llndenbarn was here recently from the marble quarries near Marfa and re- ports this industry i a flourishing condition. The marble taken from these quarries is as good and retains as high polish as the famous Vermont stone. Lack of transportation facili- ties however has retarded the rapid development of the quarries but these obstacles will soon be overcome. Geo. R. Shannon spent several days in Shafter lately. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Lenord are at the home of Mrs. G. A- Yates. The couple were married in El Paso recent- ly. The bride "was Miss Riley of Cali- fornia. R. B. Jordan is home from a few days' visit at Shafter. Mrs. H. A. Thomas state deputy of Fort "Worth was here recently and de- livered a lecture at the hall of the "Woodmen Circle. Rev. A. S. Carver of El Paso was he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 Monday February 7 1910. IX THE CHURCHES Dr. Hanks Lauds Laymen's Missionary Movement as Work Ordered by God. "Christ has enough men with enough learning enough influence nnd enough moiiey to take the -world in 10 years the Baptists of America alone could do it" declared Rev. R. T. Hanks Sun- day at Calvary Baptist church in the course of a sermon on the laymen's missionary movement The sermon was the first of a series on this work. Dr. Hanks took his text from Matt. 24:14 "Thit gospel or the kingdom shall be preacned in all the world for a witness unto all nations and then shall the end come." He said In part: "The end spoken of here Is not the end of the world frequently referred to. The world is ' really to have no end for after this order of things we are to have 'a new heaven and a new earth wherein shall dwell righteous- ness But the end referred to In the text Is the end of this age. The his- tory of the world is made up of ages; we are in the gospel age the "...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Monday February 7 1910. 9 gM oar MjEsRarbi v THE SURPRISING SPHINX Copyright 1910 by the Xew York Evening Telegram (New York Herald Co.) All rights reserved. By Harry It takes ten minutes for the ferry- boat to go from Barclay street New York to Boboken. In that time and on a ferryboat Jim Upton told a man named Smith his story of how the Sphinx the famous Egyptian Sphinx moved one foot in a fortnight The man named Smith was on the slern of the boat when just as the gong sounded its warning an untidy in- dividual crossed the gangplank and advanced to him with a smile. "Why ""bless me. it's you Mr. Smith" he exclaimed "and once again we meet. Tou haven't forgotten me? Upton Jim i Upton. Met you in Russia where you went to study -the difference be- tween the old bell in Moscow and the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia; in Bra- zil in Manitoba in Paris in 'Frisco in Ah you recall me. Fine. I'm now bound for But wait till I tell you of my latest adventure for adventures I have...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 February 1910

ERALD 10 Monday February 7. 1910. BUSINESS CHAKCES. HORSES. VEHICLES ETC. FOR SALE H0USS3. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. Yl - - ND I'll YOU'RE. til LATE- ' ( r s a. M V Crt c: l v JMfcJ -L &- I JMLs mmvAnesg ohsnks ' fox J I JujQ- f?Fx i 1 1 iT T J v. i -iiiB ! i-gtffi- i A M .p Jv i . . y- .. "tv i v i x Urn r " ffr7' Y wBliili -iiw 1LX4 HHW llilp WHATS THI5?MY WIFE IN AH AUTO -AND A LOT OF NEW CLOTHES ! HONEY- I WONDER WHAT IN THUNDER THAT VMEAN5! miiiwt cngy COPYRIGHT".-1909. BY THE Cliings Lost and-Pound; Personals and Public Notices l Ct a War. No AS. Les Tkxa i5c IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It wiii be returned to you if an honest person finos it. Remarkable re- coveries ure brought about every day through this column. LOST FOUND. I.OST Brown fur at Boulevard and Williams St.; 4 p. m. Thursday. Finder please leave at Transfer station. STRAYED One small blue pony; has collar mark; also saddle marks; re- ward. Alhambra Heights Dairy. LOST Phi Mu Gamma (P- M. G.l so- rorit...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 February 1910

L PASO HERALD Monday February 7 1910. 11 Too Late To A LETTER. FOR TOU. Replies sent in care of The Herald office were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not later than one week after being bulle- tined: B. M. -C. B. C. M- E. F. C. 235 F. 292 F. G. 253 G. 37 G. 24 H. K P. H. C. J. 110 I. 112 J. 175 J. G. G. L. 2S3 M. 279 X. B. P. O. Q. 119 Z. 163 Z. Business 392 $2000 WILL BUY A 5 room modern brick house on your own terms." This price will not last long. W. T. Downing: 209 -Mesa Avenue. XEW BUXGALOW OX CORNER 5750. Two blocks from high school a fine corner 162 feet front- 6 room Califor- nia bungalow basement and furnace. All large rooms full of stained glass windows. Most admired cottage in El Paso terms. FIsk. Trnst Building. XEW APARTMENT HOUSE. Finest location in city just west of library 4 complete apartments with private bath and sleeping porches. A profitable safe conservative invest- ment. Sure permanent monthly in- come to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 February 1910

L PASO HERALD 12 Monday February 7 1910. Lenten peciai 1 iASS Sale of Ty Good WELLS FARGO We never neglect our patrons on this occasion. We have made-ample preparations in advance and offer the most complete line of Lenten goods ever displayed in El Paso New Norway Mackerel 10c 15c 20c 40c Smokea White Fish per lb. 40c Yarmouth Bloaters per can' 35c . Smoked Sturgen per lb. 60c Smoked Salmon per lb. 40c Herring in Tomato 'Sauce 25c Boneless Codfish per lb- 20c Pickled Salmon per lb. 25c Nansan Smoked Sardines 15c Imported 'Boneless Sardines 40c Boneless Herring in jars 15c Ferndell Crab Meat cans 50c Ferndell Lobsters cans 40c MANY OTHER APPETIZING FOODS ON DISPLAY IN OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT. EXTRA FINE ASPARAGUS Asparagus is a. dainty dish highly enjoyed 'by many and will make a nice change in your vegetable diet. We offer our "War- d ff ranty brand this week 40c cans 3 for &. vLr Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. BlSf Special ES Notice To Users of SEAL BRAND Coffee 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 February 1910

El Paso Texas H the News venlng Herald Prints It first February 8 1910- 10 Pages H 1 i-Jr 1 I Hi i1 r. Jm a II Tuesday While It's Fresh. JHL1 Hi 1 nfta &. cBm ws a JKnBtfrfflSii JBL adM ijiR.jj HP U aaifca IbB mm : '' s i : 1 i ' Governor of Arizona Re- fuses to Honor Extradi- tion for Alleged Kidnaper MILLIONS ARE INVOLVED IN FIGHT Tucson Ariz. Feb. 8. Governor ! Sloan has refused to honor the requi- s.tion papers Issued by governor Gillert of California for L. B. Adams the New Tork millionaire; N. W. JUurphy and Nora .McLaughlin for the alleged kid- naping of Adams' son. Governor Sloan based his refusal upon the ground that ZVIrs. John S. Kimball the boy's grand- mother who with Mrs. Adams is fight- ing for possession of him has not been appointed his guardian. Mrs. Kimball immediately began habeas corpus pro- ceedings for the custody of the child. Twelve private detectives are here watching each other to prevent the boy being hurried into another state or Mex- ico by one side...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 February 1910

Jmamjsmmmm r Parties Desiring to Build Houses Can Have Per H OOU from list price on lots in Cotton Addition ranging in price from '$400 to $600. This makes these lots by far the cheapest and most desirable residence lots in this city within one mile of the center of El Paso. J V. This offer applies on San Antonio Olive Bassett Myrtle Texas Main St. Louis Wyom- ing Boulevard and Montana Streets and is or Only 60 Days . Terms. 1-5 Cash -Balance in 6 equal payments that is! one payment every 6 months. ONLY 6 PER CENT INTEREST J Call at Once and Take Advantage of the Pest Opportunity Ever Offered on Cheap Lots in Ei Paso Title is Perfect Bear American National Bank AD Agents COTTON ADDITION WMMKMEm luuu n m ll nuu m. m m t 5 IlL ULI I TTHE .? They Are Bather High But They Have Been Higher and. Are Now on Down Grade Grocers Say All Are Fresh. "An ess is a blessed thing beloved from pole o pole." "With no apolo- gies to Snmuel Taylor Colericlce. Where oh where Js the egg- of our boyhood; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 February 1910

Tuesday February 8 1910. 3 Stop ARE YOUf! KIDIEYS WEAK? in i and think how easy it would be to possess one of the APOLLO PLAYER PIANOS when they can be bought on such easy terms. Anyone can become a musician with a few ' minutes' practice. You can play the world's master pieces or the latest rag time. Why not trade in your dead piano and get a LIVE one? Come in hear them. DUNN'S ysie store 408 San Antonio St. in THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD. "SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES." "I have worn W. L. Douclas shoes for the past sis years and always find they are far superior to all ether hlch arrade shoes In style -jcmfort and durability." V.'. G. JONES 110 Howard Ave.. Utica. N. Y. If I could talis you. into ray large fac- tories at Brockton Mass. and show ycu how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made you would realize why they hold their shape fit better wear longer and are of greater value than any other make. CAt'TI OX See tliat W. u Donj-las name and pnea i...

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

EL PASO HERALD Tuesday February 8. 1910 BURSLARS G-ET LOAD OF PLUNDER ... - 1 B JL0 1 1 National Monetary Cormiiis- sion Publishes Data Gathered on Banks. 25c Lace Hose black tan and white pair $200 White Bed Spreads limited quantity . $2.50 & $3.00 White Bed Spreads limited . All Over Laces and Embroideries 35c to 50c White Waistings yard These special prices will clean up the above lots so if you want goods almost at your own price be on hand early. Doors open at 9 a.m. wTGOS F- J BRAY Manager Vogue Dry deeds Company Overland Street Store Burg- larized Horse and Wagon Stolen. Using a crowbar burglars forced open the grating1 in the alley at the rear of J. Amstater's clothing store at 202 Overland street late Monday night and gained an entrrnee. The grating afford- ed an entrance into the cellar whence the men ascended the steps to the store- roomr opening a trap door there. Four watches and 30 suits of clothing were the plunder they got out through the little hole through ivni...

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

Tuesday February 8 1910. . .? : :r.-. . n y wsa THE MEN AND WOMEN Who Enjoy the Choicest Products of the World's Commerce. DAILY HERALD FOE DSL EIO STARTS TOYAH TO HAVE ! MAN IN ARIZONA PTTf1TTrWf1AT?T TH ? -1- v " . NSW BUILDINGS HAS THREE FEET DEDICATE SCHOOL E"L PASO HERALD 9B8BIHBH Tnriavs Nws nf the firat Southwest CSHm 1 : dV f3H' Knowledge of What is Best More Than Wealth Without It. It must be apparent to every one that qualities of the highest order are necessary to enable the best of the products of modern commerce to attain to universal acceptance. However loudly heralded they may net hope for world-wide pre-eminence unless they meet with the general approval not of individuals only but of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting and enjoying the choicest products. Their commenda- tion consequently becomes important to others since to meet the requirements of the well informed of all countries the method of manufacture must be of the most perfect order and the com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE d Tuesday February 8 1910. "L PASO CtRblIshed April 1S8L The El Paso Herald Includes al3o 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. KEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC Entered at the El Paai Postofflce 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. HERALD TELEPHONES. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Deilv Herald per month 60c: per year $7. Weekly Herald per year f 2. The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso Fort Sllss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring- the addres on his paper changed will please state la bis communication both the old and the new address. COMPLAINTS. Subscribers failing" to get The Herald prompt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 February 1910

CRALD Tuesday February S 1910. ill A straight honesty 11 II healthful cream of 'mm li tartar bahmg powder. 1 II Made from Grapes m 1 Contains not a grain 111 KjNi of injurious ingredient flf 1 REAM Ilk Fifthf Years jj SIRS. BELO MAKES DONATION TO JHUSEUM Sirs. "WiHfcler Recently from Texas Receives Assistance In Furnish- ing the Texas Room. Mrs. A. V. Winkler of this city regent for Texas of the Confederate Museum of Richmond Ta. has re- ceived from Mrs. A. H. Belo of the Gal- veston and Dallas News $100 dona- tion toward the endowment of the Texas room at the Confederate Mu- seum. Two thousand dollars is required to place the room upon a safe financial basis. Mrs. Belo presented the room several years ago with a bronze tablet in mem- ory of CoL Belo. -f AMUSEMENTS. r "3IISS HOBBS." The Bailey Stock company pleased another large house last night with the laughable comedy "Miss Hobbs" the great New York success. The same bill will run the rest o- the week with a Saturday matinee. AT ...

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

PASO HERAL Tuesday February 8 1910. A BITTER COLD DAY- TLU OUST 5TEP INHERE TO GET WARM I'LL POSE AS DOLBY AND SiT FOR PORTRAIT- I'VE (how for some. fuM ) HELLO - MISTER DOLBY- YHIS 15 HERR BLITZ Yheipaimter--1 wave "painted YOUR PORTRAIT AMD WILL PRESENT IT TO YOU FRIDAY EVENING - NO IT won't cost YOU A CENT -T 15 A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT FOR MY ART GOODBYE - GIFT! SAYYOU NONE KNOW PROMISED ME FIFTY-CASH"! YOU DID 7 ! J ADVERTISE COPYRIGHT 1910 BY THE Cliings Lost and Pound; Personals and Public Notices X Ct a Word. Ne A. Lew Tha SSc- LOST FOUND. prnjvnn On small blue pony: has collar mark; also saddle marks; re- ward. Alhambra Heights Dairy. 525 REWARD Stolen 1 single cylin- der Thor Motorcycle Engine No. C. 7509; frame No. 9 19S1; color French gray. V handle bars. Smith Machine Cc 106 N. Campbell St. IF TOU FIND ANYTHING bring It to The Herald. Get a. claim check. Have it advertised. Reclaim it If the owner does not. THE UNWTtlTTKN IaAW Jv"rIf?j tfve the loser the arae publicity yea ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 February 1910

Tuesday February 8 1910. I Late 1 A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care of The Herald office were awaiting' the following ad- vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not iater than one week after beinp bulle- tined: CM. H. C. CLE I. 112 C. C. J. 175 F. 392 L. 2S3 H. K. P. FOR REST 2 housekeeping- rooms close in ?15 per month. Phone 215S Auto. FOR RENT Niceiy rurnlshed front room. SOI Wyoming. OFFICES FOR REXT Choice modern offices center of city all cars pass door. New Herald building. Apply 213 second floor. BUILDING SITE BARGAIN'. One block from car line; south front 50x140. Price only $575on easy month- ly Instalments. See H. 1j. Howell 213 Herald Building. LOT AXD HALF BUILDING SITE close in level. Price $1175 cash; great bargain; no agents II. L. Howell Herald Building. Second Floor. G3 FEET CHIHUAHUA ST. near W. San Antonio Price $3850; easy terms. H. L. Howell 213 Second Floor Herald Building. PRIVATE TABLE BOARD Bassett Flat 7. Mrs. J. P. McFadyen. WAXTED...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 February 1910

10 Tuesday February 8 1910. JJ Lenten "We never neglect our patrons on this occasion. We have made ample preparations in advance and offer the most complete line of Lenten goods ever displayed in El Paso Hew Norway Mackerel 10c 15c 20c 40c Smoked White Fish per lb. 0c Yarmouth Bloaters per can 35c ' Smoked Sturgen per lb. 60c . Smoked Salmon per lb. 40c Herring in Tomato Sauce 25c Boneless Codfish per lb- 20c Pickled Salmon per lb. 25c Mansan Smoked Sardines 15c Imported Boneless Sardines 40c Boneless Herring in jars 15c Ferndell Crab Meat cans 50 c Ferndell Lobsters cans 40c WATTY OTHER APPETIZING FOODS ON DISPLAY IN OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT. EXTRA FINE ASPARAGUS Asparagus is a dainty dish highly enjoyod "by many and will make a nice change in your vegetable diet. We offer our War- &i ff xanty brand this week 40c cans 3 for J) JL vpU' Phone 151. 210-212 CHASE & SANBORN'S THE FINEST IS SOLD IN EL Jackson Grocery Co. We do not supply this famous brand of ours to any other ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

EI Faso Texas Wednesday Evening February 9 1910. 16 Pages All the News Herald Prints It first While It's Fresh. MBS. EUSSELL SAGE IS COMING Will Pass Through El Paso Friday Morning En Eoute to California. San Antonio Tex. Feb. 9. Mrs. Russell Sage of New York one of the Young El Pasoan Crushed Locomotive To Death Bv Is Properly Ushered in by the Celestial Population of the Pass City. PLENTY OF PUNK STICKS BURNING "Gong hay fat toy!" That is the way "Happy New Year" looks "when written in the English trans- lation but In the original Chinese it looks like turtle tracks in the wet sand and sounds like a package of fireworks exploding in the interior regions of the China boy who says it. "Gong hay fat toy" just that way. It Is a happy New Year In Chinatown today. Getting an early start soon after midnight the slant ej'ed celestials have been celebrating in true oriental fashion on the trans-Overland side of Oregon street- It is an occasion for celebration. Being the 2452nd Happy New Ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

m & w Accessories UWJL Fancii Sp nn Our enthusiasm recently over the beautiful styles in the Garment Section has caused us to neglect to tell you of the many new things on the EHirnishing Goods side. Dainty dress acces- sories as well as more serviceable items for spring wear are now shown in wonderful va- riety. Special displays will be made the balance of the week as follows : Our $25.00 suit supremacy is made more evi- dent by recent arrivals in suits at this price. New Ideas in Neckwear This season has brought forth a 'wonderful variety of neckwear. While the tailored linen collar hotih plain and embroidered remains many new things have been added. Jabots Stocks and Lace Collars are shown in variety for the balance of the week and "we are confi- dent that nowhere else in El Paso will you be able to find as beautiful neckwear as attractively priced. SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to the new Tulle Bows one of the most charming of the season's neckwear styles. The Spring Hosiery T...

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