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

Saturday February 12 191C. LAMAR STUDENTS GIVE A PLAYLET ASO HEBALB am mmnzm 9 &WMimn q zm msm The original we introduced them in this city we staked cur reputation on them and we are keeping up the quality. Without question they are the best wearing shoes "to be had at the price. They are UXLDvED have .half bellows tongue solid elk soles and heels. Black and olive. A good school shoe. Fit well and wear well. A big shrpinent just received for boys and men. f FREE DELIVERY TO LERNER f 21i 215 El Paso St. e THE HE R ITER THAN (Continued From Page One) admit persons that can't pass through the New York port. And yet I may not vote. EI Fhko Made Her a Suffrapret. 1 "I say that El Paso has made me a suffraget- They have made me spend $S000 -without 'an option from me. 1 could not vote against it or for it But this Ignorant nigger and that untu- tored Mexican voted. I wanted North Oregon street where I lived paved and I asked for it many times. But no they havjen't done It. Instead th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Saturday February 12 1910. EL PASO HERALD Sfft&bllshed April ISSi. The El Paso Herald includes also by absorption an succession The Dally News The Telegraph. The Telegram The Tribune. The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser Ths Independent The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. - i JEE3CBER ASSOCIATED PRESSAKD A3rER. NBWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Sintered at the El Paso Postoffice Tor Transmission at Second Class Rates. iXftdttcsted. to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. KERAIjD YKLEPEONTSS. Bell. Business Office ...... 215 Editorial Rooms 2020 . Society Reporter . 1019 L Advertising department 118 Auto. 1115 2020 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. CHr Herald per month. 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year $2. The Dally Herald Is delivered by carriers In El Paso. East El Paso Fort Silas and Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring- the address on h...

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

Saturday. February 12 1910r "Kid" tay At Philadelphia ET22 It Ij Xery Important For the Baseball ' Fans Waist Him PASO HERAXI 'fe QHD K4 T- iaSiJ Wff W S3 V Uii . - U UjiMU' in I ii sj ill 111 RBS 9 i hi - if You Don't Heed These How You Will Later GASOLENE STOVES Gasoline Stoves that will not give you any trouble. One burner size ( O J g? at tprf'iO Two burner size OHl Three burner size - QUA O HOSE Extra quality shipped direct from the factory insuring you against old stock. I- V &w mm Mil STYLE 437 KAUETO KEXSUBE 0XtJ ijsl "T" HAT you look cheerful not gloomy full of vigor not weary up-to-date not behind the times. You must look prosperous in or- der to gain confidence. We express this thought in our Suits. Suits we make mean some- thing and men who wear them are distinctively dressed. Suites Made to Order j25 45 A4 For ??g Drrff of Fashion iRKYWAIN H ATTERS 107SA!iANTONIO ST. ews- Brevities Train Bulletin. Ail afternoon trains are reported on time. Snloon Barglarized. The sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

Saturday February 12 1910. Modem Violets the Vogue Yiolets as a costume ac- cessory are finding great favor this spring. In ad- dition violet costumes are one of the fancies for early spring. We are now show- ing violet suits with violet Hats Veils Grloves and Hose to match. of Manufacturers9 Model Silk Dresses Gives ecta See Special Window Display of These Dresses ishei rs Unheard of We have just received from our ISTew York buyers the silk and wool dresses that were lused as models this spring by a dozen or so of JTew York's foremost dress manufacturers. As a consequence these dresses ara 'auth- entic 1910 spring styles and our buyers obtained them at practically cost. We could take these dresses and put them in our regular stock and sell them at the regular prices but we prefer to give them to you as a sort of early-season sale in the thre e following lots : in Sp I WKwmf Misses9 Spring Suits SUITS WORTH TO $18.50 AT $13.95 Pretty Panama Suits for the high school girls. Skirts ar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ad- vertisements on Pages 12 and 13 EL PASO HERALD Beal Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ad- vertisements on Pages 12 and 13 onfidence T7 La L PASO in 1910 will be worth watching. "What has been done in the way or building and making more beautrtul this favored city of the southwest is but an earnest of what is to be done during this year. This is certain for a number of good reasons. Chief among these is the unity of purpose among business men and property owners of the city. Team work such as they are doing can not fail even if the task be difficult. In the case of El Paso the task is no task at all. It is rather just a proposition of a friendly push along the line of least resistance. The easiest thing for El Paso to do now is grow and develop. 4 Last year began with the fag end of a panic that had not touched any vital interest in the development of El Paso but it had intimidated capital that was needed in building up thi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

I Parties Desiring to Build Houses Can Have j This offer applies on San Antonio Olive 1 1 v. p mm jsl ' Bassett Myrtle Texas Main St. Louis Wyom- from list 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. Call at Once Rear Arnsrioari niii whjw - Will Rebuild It for Their Printery Which Is to Be Reorganized as a Stock Company. For $35000 Ellis Brothers have ac- quired from GuS Momsen the store building on South Oregon street now occupied by Momsen & Co.'s retail hard- ware business. The property fronts on Oregon street being- just south of the Coles block an alley separating .the two etructures. It has a depth of about 120 feet is two stories and there is a basement under the entire building. As soon as the deed is recorded and possession can be given by Momsen & Co.. it Is understood that the firm of Ellis Brothers now composed of H. T. and "W. T. Ellis will ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

i V S HEB. HHHbSBp BBBeMF jKWce flusfe BB& RiHE MCB SsWlk ElH B jw MSt. r """ J By order of the ADMINISTRATOR the entire stock of the T. H. SPRINGER ESTATE must be sold by March 1st this being the alloted time for settlement in full and in order to make this settle- ment THIS MAGNIFICENT STOCK will be sacrificed at prices never before offered to the people of El Paso or the Southwest. Below you will notice a partial list of the many offerings. Space forbids a full enumeration. Every article will be marked in plain figures and we cordially invite you and your friends to call and participate in this great home furnishing opportunity. ADMINISTRATOR Dressers. 11-50 Golden Oak Dresser $ .75 $15.00 Golden Oak Dresser 0.S5 $25.00 Golden Oak Dresser 15.75 $33.50 Golden Oak Dresser 19.75 $40.00 Maple Dresser -. 25.00 530.00 Mahogany Dresser 1S.75 $90.00 Clrcasian "Walnut Dresser 57.50 Ladies' Dressing Tables. 20.00 Golden Oak Dressing: Table 12.75 $25.00 "Waxed Oak Dressing Tablo 1C.73 $...

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

12 Saturday February 12 1910. WELL ILL WAIT A LITTLE WHILE 1VL6O RIGHT f JOHN3PONT gB&SaJi WIIM0 W I ID THE BARBER F0R6ET TO fpBg WmX? wM m SHOR AFTER 6GT 0 SHAVE -fl WMM if IP II t&?v V SREflKrasri VF57 Vou HED T jX vaI SiPfii hCJ HRSSCHOST VttEXT! pn N S onn XlflLlTTlIWHlLE! iOkVtooR whskers - WAiT A Rungs Lost and Pound; Personals and Public Notices 1 Cat WerdL Na A. LeaaTloaSSe. LOST FOUND. IF YOU FIND AXTTHIXG bring It to The Herald. Get a claim check. Have it advertised. Reclaim it If the owner does not. S18.6A REWARD. Recovery1 new saddle bridle blanket stolen off my horse. Saddle made Dod- soir S&Adlery Co. Dallas Tex. tan col- ored. Iron stirrups yellow lined. Dr. Cameron over Guarantee Shoe store. LOST Watch fob with locket between Montana St. and city halL Reward. P. O. box 751. FOUND Bicycle. R. S. Hughes 322 Ban Antonio St. IF YOU LOSE AN X THING advertise it Jwre. It will be returned to you if an Jtenest person finds It. Remarkable re- veries are brought ab...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday February 12 1910. 13 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. rPPER VALLEY INVESTMENTS. FARMS RANCHES TOWN LOTS AND UNCULTIVATED TRACTS. Homeseekers. land buyers investors or any person looking for a location outside the city come to Herald build- .ns take elevator to third floor room 319. and talk with me. a resident of the nnner vallev for nast 18 vears. I am prepared to drive up the macadam road : note under construction 15 or zv muej and show you thousands of acres of irrigated farms and uncultivated lands some of which are for sale from $60 to $130 per acre. Close in business lots in ANTHONY X. M.. and LA TUNA TEXAS. Situated ?n the center of the alfalfa belt half way between El Paso and Las Cruces now on sale by the undersigned owner. ROYAL JACKMAN With Standard Home Company. 319-320 Herald Building. Office Phone 2709. Residence 3437. MESILLA YamTT fARMS FOR SALE. We have lands at La Union. Charrx- b"rino Berino and Anthony the real -'Heart of the Mesilla Valley." If you ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

EL PASO -HERALD 14 Saturday February 12 1910. iMBimTrnimiw i - . . . n... -. imi 1 1 nil I i w 'ill y jiji'l i Mtlfc i Too Much Goods On Hand Like an airship we are literally up in the air. Though a mammoth amount of business has been done during our present Removal Sale we still have too much stock on hand. Inthe limited time left we propose to unload the major portion of this stock. It has been rearranged and the selection of satisfactory bargains will be an easy matter. Inventory at Han Before moving we niust also take inventory. Previous to doing it we want to reduce stock to the minimum. This is an added incentive to sell goods. You can come next week and buy at a Removal Sale price anything in the store. " Re- moval Sale price" means a price much below the ordinary on an article of un- questioned merit. Absoulte satisfaction is guaranteed on every sale because we do business on a money-back-if-not-satisfied basis. The Bazaar's New Home Our new home at 310-312 San Antonio St. i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Satiirdav February 12 1910. 15 Gossip About Bal! and ecordi In Auto Trip From Mew York Not News But Views By Walker V """- vi . -. " ROM the lookout of an airship it begins to look like the Cactus league would be a go. Ei Paso voted unanimously in favor of-the in- troduction of organized baseball into the southwest. Bisbee seconded the motion and it now looks as If the vote would result in a majority for the pro- posed league. Douglas is bucking on the proposition. Rather Danial A. O'Donovan is bucking and as Daniel A- 1s the head and shoulders of baseball in Douglas the opposition is there strong. To overcome this opposition will be the hardest task of the promoters of base- ball. That it can be done there is no doubt- The proposition as made by Messrs. Harbuck and Kahn Is a fair one and means the eventual salvation of the game In the southwest as well as the solution of every difficulty that was encountered In the brief but stormy In- dependent career last year. No ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday February 12 1910. tto&lsteK&slBBB r There's a me For You lAfhliJ-tAinL lit lew This Is Common 5 oetry tr$tx . OnMHnnBHaWMHKBaKKKMKBIM I ! r J i ' illtjlj at 'It? '3 llfiiff?? "t t inl m ( i ) Having a home m Grandview necessitates saving only a little each month. Perhaps you have saved a small amount but you consider it "not enough to do anything with." Put your savings in action. You should jsave something and if you have saved a small amount G-randview now offers an op- portunity to invest it where it will increase enormously. The finger of prosperity and steady advance in values points straight at G-randview now. Grandview is a modern suburb; it has more advantages than any other in which lots are selling at anywhere near a like valuation. Grandview is located in that section of El Paso that is growing and will continue to grow. The lots are level and little or no grading will be required when you want to build a home. Already many homes are erecte...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

HERAJLD Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ad- vertisements on Pages 12 and 13 Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ad- vertisements on Pages 12 and 13 EL PASO v Washingtpn and Lincoln by Comparison and Contrast (By Ethel Washington's birthday has always given distinction to the month of Feb- ruary and as the observance of Lin- coln's birthday has for the past few years become more and more popularly noticed until now that congress has recently decreed it as a national holiday February has the first place in every patriot's calendar and the names of the two great American idols are a natural link. No club no public school no uni- versity and no legislative body allows the 12th or 22d of February to pass unobserved- The numberless newspapers periodical- and all forms of public press give some expression to the two best loved Americans. Compare Naturally. The two great characters compare naturally and contrast vividly. Alike we fnid them the tallest strongest a...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

LlH OfllMiULLilu DLL SliOiUL US lL I i star? ' '?ss P I rf sff .. V BHH WM Hfe r ' ornT hings IT JS A FACT THAT WE AEE'EVEEY DAY CUEING PATIENTS WHO HAVE BEEN TOLD THAT THEIE ONLY HOPE OF OBTAINING- BELIEF WAS TO SUBMIT TO A SURGICAL O'PEEA-1 TI0N IT IS AN UNQUESTIONABLE FACT THAT WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISE AND HAVE NEVER MADE A PROMISE WE FAILED TO FULFILL. IT IS AN ABSOLUTE FACT THAT WE ARE BETTER PREPARED AND EQUIPPED TO CURE ALL CHRONIC DEEP-SEATED DISEASES THAN ANY OTHER SPECIALISTS IN THE SOUTHWEST. AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST IT IS ALSO A FACT THAT OUR CHARGES ARE THE MOST REASONABLE AND ARE NEVERMORE THAN THE PATIENT IS WILLING AND GLAD TO PAY FOR BENEFITS RECEIVED. Significant Record of Ar- rests and Convictions in Gambling Oases. During: the 12 montns of 1909 and tip to the present date there has not been an arrest made on a gambling charge by any of the various county authorities and there has not been a complaint filed so far as the criminal docket of that court shows at this ti...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

20 Saturday February 12 1910. v.w-." -' J.IIL.WI"""TII1 IMI'M.Jq -CPUti S 3PN R S3Z? Fine corner on Stanton street north of tracks close in. Terms. 6 room brick south front Boule- vard close in $4250. Terms. 5 room brick close in 4200 on Prospect Ave. Terms. 5 room house Bassett Ave. 25x 120 near car line 1275; half cash balance one and two years.-- Must be sold at once. Three large rooms 50x140 1 block from South-western shops $1050. Terms. New 8 room two story house red pressed brick on two southeast cor- ner lots elegant home north side $7850. Terms. 85000 acres fine Jand in Mexico 10 miles from the American border all under fence 5 running streams end several springs; about 5000 tillable land and they balance very fine grazing at $1.35 per acre. Terms. BR0ADDU Phone 1558 ' vsi Sr "sNr-3 " r Mi wL Jb' Br LC!R0POBES ing current tively cures. ELECTROPGDES are mailable. If its 51.00 and we win see that you are supplied or gentleman. WESTERN ELECTROF0DE COMPANY LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

Saturday February 12 1910. 21 By Rabbi Martin Zielonha Sermon Based Upon Henri Bernstein's Great Drama "Sampson" Tickets on Sale Daily after March 1st; Limit 9 Months; Stopovers Allowed EL PASO HERALD "The Power of Lovef" our theme to- night is a favorite of the poets; it forms the motif of our dramas and rep- resents the most fascinating part of our novels declared rabbi Martin Zlelonka at Temple Mt. Sinai last night. And all this because it li universal know- ing neither color nor class neither sect nor section. Our theme is the "power of love" and lest we stray into the by- paths of poetry and romance we will oase our words upon Bernstein's suc- cessful drama "Samson." We often speak of the forces that control the living and the ambitions that sway men on yet love stands su- preme the greatest of all. It may be the humble devotion of a dog for his master or it may be the supreme test that causes men and women to defy all else; it may be the grind of the scholar wrapped in his wor...

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

EL PASO HERALD 22 Saturday February 12 1910. Many P feasant E-Vents In Club Circles A.fJ'ord Much Social Gayety Card Parties Continue To Be Leading Social Events Classy Let's Tretend By Berton Braley in Puck. rumps aid Oxfords ii i !! ii u i i mn cn 1 1 1 p m If you willx give us a chance to show Oxfords and Pumps are the "classiest" of Patent Pumps and Oxfords $3.00 $3.60 and Land Schober Kid Oxfords - ; Laird Schdbex Patent . Oxfords Goodyear Welt Kid Oxfords Cuban and low herf . Little Folks Department A new shipment of Lace and Button Shoes in all Tr $ j 00 to 2 50 rifag GREATER cth&m y GREATEST SHOE STORE JjnfnnMPANY Hb PERSONAL. Mrs. James Broader of Uvalde who lias been visiting Mrs. G. M. TVorthing- ton is quite seriously ill. and has been The Specialty Skop AILEEN BERG No. 1 Iirtle Plaza jftTTLLINERY LADIES' WEAR HAIR GOODS Corsets $1 up Dept. in charge of expert fitter- li-l A Bi.ivM BH "Mif M 9 B 8M sglf M gg Correct ii For Correct GotetrM "The Redfern In 1910 Spring ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday February 12 1910. 23 The Kissing Deer Pet For EI Paso Children ! renmm ary And Sale of Clever Conceits For Spring Every section of this progressive store has donned its spring-attire and the display of the new goods is truly inviting. To make Monday a banner day in the history of the Boston Store we have prepared many special ottermgs on just tne character 01 gooas most in demand right now. Unusual values will be in waiting ior you Monday morning Showing 1 1 -c -:cv 1 1 j&- iV 'ifM HMCKiiK.9Hsi2fl&ia3a3ES3MSaEiM T. "PASO line Hccino' AaaT Wo Ehave bad the kissing bug the kiss- ing girl the kissing boy and other things kissing and kissable but never before a kissing deer not spelled " deer anyhow. And when it is said -that EI Paso has & kissing deer it means all El Paso lor the deer belongs to the El Paso "zoo" at "Washington Park and the "zoo" belongs to all El Paso. This kissing deer was donated along with its brothers and sisters and mother and ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 24 Saturday February 12 1910. SEEKING INDEPENDENCE L Are Letting Some Mighty Go By And each day that you fail to act it is your loss and meansyou are going to work harder tomorrow than you did today for your nrgli-' gence. Unless you wake up to the importance of deciding and act- ing you are going to let some mighty good opportunities pass bv. It will- onlr he a few more days until you should he planting crops then in a few more weeks you will he reaping your harvest.' One of theseharvests will make you independent f oflif e and still you are waiting undecided and next year may find you in the same condition except without the opportunty to get such a propo- sition as we are offering you today. - We Could Sell Every Fool of These 5? 10 and 20 Acre Tracts Within the next few weeks wilhout urging you to the importance of acting. There are many worthy men in this country who want- to succeed and who know better than to delay as they have. They know that every word we hav...

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