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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 26 February 1910

!L PASO HERALD 21 The Woman At Work and Our Obligation To Her J Paper by Mrs- Flora McA. Jones Read Before Missionary Union I r-m ., hi ' IIIIBIIMM Ill ! I lllll IIIM 1 IX AMERICA with startling truth, this has been characterized as a "'woman's age," for more -women are In educational work, either as teachers or students, than ever before. More women are in the professions of medi cine; dentistry, law, etc, and more wo men are clerks in offices, shops and de partment stores than in any other time of our history. "Women are factors in the financial and wage earning world. Thousands at Work. Hundreds of thousands of women and girls at 7 oclock each week day morn ing are at their looms and machines in the vast factories and mills of the United States. Nearly everything worn, or used, either as ornament or as ne cessity, is produced by the faithful, regular and oftimes. monotonous toil of girls. All dress trimmings, gimp, but tons, jewelry, gloves, hair ornaments etc.. as -well as cotto...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 26 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 22 i25 Second COLONIST Bate To San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Ogden, Salt Lake, and numerous other points in California and Utah. On tickets to points in California, stopover will be permitted at Williams for passengers wishing to visit the Grand Canyon of Arizona. Fare Williams to Grand Canyon and Return $6.50 Also, oiiher liberal stopover privileges. Tickets on sale March 1st to April 15th, inclusive. For further information as to stopovers, etc., call on or write J. S. MORRISON, C. P. A., A. T. & S. F. Ry. MILLS BLDG. EL PASO, TEXAS. OiOTV ACCOUNT Inauguration of on March 1st. Tickets on sale Feb. limit March 3rd. J. S. MORRISON, C. P. MILLS BLDG. ti locomotives i S" RENO AND HAZEN, NEVADA $25.00 On Sale March 1st to April 15th. NUMEROUS STOP-OVERS ALLOWED. Three Daily Trains on which tickets are honored. CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL. w. c. Mccormick, p. a.; j. e. monroe, c. t. a. Diverse 12 1 CHLBU.THWa 114 I l LOCS3STVES r UNSET TO NEW YORK WASH...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 26 February 1910

L "PASO HERALD 23 SOME ODD FEATURES OF ISLAND OF SNAKES AND TIGERS. The Cobra and the Python The Dainty Meal of a Man Eater A Story With a Moral or the Missionary Versus Tiger How John Bull Manages a Colony American Trade Fortunes in Rubber and How a Sultan Makes Over $6000 an Acre Social Singapore. (Copyrighted, 1910, by INGAPORE, China, Feb. 16. This Malay peninsula offers some live opportunities for Theodore Roose velt and his son Kercnlt. Its jungles ere infested with tigers, and the Singa pore government Is now offering re wards of $50 each for every full grown tiger killed, and $15 apiece for tiger cats. Just outside the city are tracte of dense vegetation in which such beasts axe sometimes shot. They swim the old channel north of the Island, coming out of the Jahore jungles, and now and then pick up a Malay baby for breakfast. Just the other day the young sultan of Jahore, who is a great sportsman, killed a- big tiger. It is the 19th he has shot since reaching man hood. As he...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 26 February 1910

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 26 February 1910

25 JLJ Races Close At Juarez Track. Gossip About Ball and Other Sport Ml LIST OS? Andrews's Sportini 'Gossip PASO HERALD In the Springtime, , uentle I raining nr D X H 1 13 P T (By T. S. Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 26. Young j Griff o, the Australian feather weight, and probably the cleverest man who ever put up his hands in a ring, has not returned to Australia, as a gmat many people imagined, nor has he been sent to an asylum, as was reported some time ago. The writer was in Chicago yesterday and happened to bump into the Australian feather weight by acci dent. He was but a shadow of his tu rner self and could not remember the interviewer until he had been reminded of bygone days, when he was showing as one of the statues in Chicago, Griffo is not a shadow when it comes to size, but he Is certainly a very lifferent look ing person from the one who used to delight big crowds at the old arm ory hi Chicago and also In the various titles of the United States. He has taken to his old haunts ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 26 February 1910

PASO HERALD 26 00 66 ,f 9 Cheese List f In Our Delicatessen Department As you know, is the source of our Linseed Oil, raised principally in Minnesota and the Dakotas. Our Linseed Oil is the best, and is pure. $1.05 Per G-al. Cans Extra. " ohe Itfew York Cream Cheese, per lb 25c Roquefort Clieese, imported 65c Swiss Cheese, imported -. 40c Brick Cheese 25c Camanbert Cheese, each : 40c Sap Sago Cheese, each 15c Parmessen Cheese, bottles 25c and 35c McLaren's Imperial Cream 15c and 35c McLaren's Roquefort, jars 25c Stilton Cheese, jars 60c jSTeufchatel Cheese 10c Blue Label Cream Cheese 15c and 25c Pineapple Cheese 60c and 75c Edam Cheese, imported $1.25 We keep our Cheese in ice cold refrigerators, free from dust and flies, always fresh, and of highest quality. Home Made Cakes and Home Made Bread Phone 151. 210-212 ADS BY PHONE. Call Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell what you -wish to buy, sell or rent and The Herald "will do the rest. --- AMUSEMENTS EL PASO THEATER SAT. & SUN. FEB. 26 an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

E! Paso, Texas, iVlonlay Eyeniog, fe&niary 28, 1910-12 Pages President jSTames El Paso -. . v General Strike Is Galled for Saturday "unless the Oar Strike Is Ended. MAN" KILLED OT ' EIOTS SUNDAY Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 28. Despita rioting yesterday and last night, the transit company this morning- opened Its various lines -with an increasing number of cars. The idle Sunday throngs have once more been transformed into hard work jig citizens or are still resting from yes terday's exciting experiences, for very little trouble was had this morning In the operation of any of the lines. More important than the ability of the company to operate cars is the prob able effect of the sympathetic strike de cided upon by the leaders of every labor organization In the city. This monster walkout of 90,000 men Is scheduled for next Saturday 'unless the street car strike is amicably ad usted meantime. The city is partner to the Rapid Transit company and the decision for a. general strike is cond...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

tI j- Today's News of the Great Southwest Good Things to Eat 1 ' 'l bpih miiinuino PORTALES TO. TTAVE 1 1 asm nrnrnn mm At Reasonable Prices Eyster's C. 0. D. Grocery Corner Kansas Bell Phones 823 and 844. Blue Eibbon Butter, 3 lbs. Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs, Home Made Grape Jelly, r 2 glasses for OC Home Made Grape Jelly, d 1 OP per doz. classes PJLofaiJ per aoz. gia 16 oz. Tea Garden. Jams, all O kinds, each mwI P. V. Maple Syrup," gallon cans P. V. Maple Syrup, 1-2 gallon cans 10 oz. bottle Queen Olives, only 14 oz- ibottle Queen Olives, only Best Bulk Queen Olives, per pint ....65c ..35c 25c 20c Heinze's Dill Pickles, per dozen Heinze's Jumbo Sour Pickles, per dozen Heinze's Sweet Mix: Pickles per pint Cream of W&eai, per pkg. Dr. Price's All Grain Break fast Food, per pkg Ralston's Breakfast Pood, per pkg. , 25c 15c 15c 15c 15c fs Corn Dr. Price's Pood, Kellogg's Flaxes, Post Toasties, 3 pkgs. for National Oats, largest pkg., best quality, each Quaker Scotch. Oats, 2 pkgs. ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Mondav, February 28, .1910. a Today's News of the Great Southwest INT AVIATOR ST Clint People Enjoyed Ham ilton's Work Want to See Hini Again. Clint, Tex., Feb. 28. Clint was ivell -epresented at the avat:on meet held in El Paso. Among- those who attended from here -were: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mc Klnney, T. A. Hallihau and family, Mrs. W. R. Henderson, Mrs. W. P. Innes, A. T. Celuui. E. L. Wetzig and family, A. N. Hoket, Luther Mann, Charlie Pierce, C D. Humble and son Vernon, and many others, all of -who report it a success, and hope to see a repe tition of same this fall at the fair. T. S. Kerr is spending- several days here superintending the finishing touch es of C M. McKinney & Co.'s store building. Crushed rock is being shipped here now for use on the new county road which is being constructed between this plaoe and El Paso. H- H. Richardson is doing some exten sive improving on his ranch in the way of hay sheds and outbuildings. The acreage of -wheat being sow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

FX PASO HERALD Monday, February 28. 1910. I II 111. ta IBS iiriX 3fe ta fa 1 lis i t - j hw iwsi pifaai. BumfryniT ' im? 111 M'i f Vogue Dry Boons Will continue only a few more days. Goods are being sold fast. The only chance of a lifetime to secure what you want at your own price aiance urtam be Sold Tomorrow Can 3 SALES a.m. Gol. WiSI The missionary fields of China and Africa furnished the speakers for the women's meeting1 held yesterday after noon in the Presbyterian church. Great interest was manifested by the audi ence, and the missionaries were be Eeiffed at the close of the service by those who -wished to grasp their hands and congratulate them. Urs. Hei Hale presided. Rev. C. Ii Overstreet 'led In prayer, and the choir of the church provided the music. The first speaker was Mrs. "W. K. Hotchkiss, -who works with her husband in British East Africa under the aus pices of the Friends' church. Their mission is industrial in character, and Krs. Eechkiss's -work is varied, ranging...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

Honday, February 28. 1910. Our Opening Dis- IU EL PASO HERALD CONVENTION TH LARGEST IN TIE SOOTIEST (Continued on Page Four.) one of the strongest layman leaders of the city, said grace nrecedlng the banquet and Howard B. Durkee, secre tary of the Y. M. C. a., and also secre tary of the laymen's committee, spoke briefly on business matters connected with the convention before the program of speeches began- Nothing is left to chance in the ar rangements for the laymen conventions. The program Saturday night was a balanced one and included a sketch of a native layman of foreign lands, word pictures of conditions in the missionary workers' fields and closing with a force ful appeal to the laymen present to support the -world wide movement which is to evangelize the world in the present generation. In his opening address J. J. Ormfebee told how El Paso in the old days would have he biggest and best of everything, be it a. prize fight, a saloon, gambling house, peace officer- Later this ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Monday, February 28, 1910. EL PASO HERALD Eitabllsbed April, 1S8L The El Paso Herald Includes also, by absorption an accession. The Dally News. The Telegraph. The Telegram, The Tribun. The Graphic, The Sun, The Advertiser, The Independent, The Journal. The Republican, The Bulletin. -. - .- - .- I,,, MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMEB. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOQ Sistered at the SI Paso Fostofflce for Transmission at Second Class Rates. 241cats& to the service of the people, that no grood cause shall lack a chain tflca, and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. BelL Business Office .- ...- 215 Editorial Rooms ........20.0 Society Reporter .......,........1019 Advertising department US SERALD -TKLEPHOKES. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DcEr Herald, per month, 60c; per year. 57. Weekly Herald, per year,?2. The Dally Herald Is delivered by carriers In El Paso. Bast El Paso. Port Bll6 and Towne. Texas, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desi...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

Monday, February 28, 1910, A LIFE SUSTAINING FOOD ILCRAIJ! RAILROAD XEWS. ujQUpy pDncurn . ! It is a perfect food for any person as it contains all the elements of which the hody is composed. Made from WHEAT, OATS, RICE and BARLEY, it provides material for growth. Its tendency is laxative, consequently useful in cases of constipation. Upon this food life could be sustained for an indefinite period, as it is a food in just the right pro portion to sustain all the life forces of the system. Ask your Grocer. MERCHA2TTS THE VICTIMS AGAIN" Woman Soliciting for "Re port Card" That Will Never Be Used. Superintendent F. iL Martin announces that the public schools of the city have nothing whatever to do with a scheme nw being- worked among the mer chants of the city by a woman for ad vertising on a report oard supposed to be for distribution weekly among the parents of the school children. "The public schools of El Paso are prohibited fr-'m using any cards with advertising of any character u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD s Monday, February 28, 1910. HI ILL WULTHAM WATCHES Tie Authentic American Watck Will Discuss Plans for New W i .-W TV-U Photo CF7t Mcintosh r ?teU0 aujj DO araa3 Xvfc L - V WOV ThotO ii l9z lopjt Uypoat id Journet The Great Prison sung by Caruso, Farrar The short final act of Faust is truly one of the grandest of operatic compositions. And no more impressive performance of Gounod's uplifting music could be imagined than the magnificent rendition of this tremendous dramatic scene by these three great artists. The great Prison Scene, in three parts ' Part First: Geraldine Farrar and Enrico Caruso "Mon coeur est penetre depouvante ! " (My Heart is Torn with Grief) 89033 $4.00 Part Second: Geraldine Farrar and Enrico Caruso "Attends! void la rue" (This is the Fair) 89034 $4.00 Part Third: Geraldine Farrar, Enrico Caruso and Marcel Journet Trio, "Alerte! ou vous etes perdus " (Then Leave Her!) 95203 $5.00 Any Victor dealer will gladly play these records for 3rou. And as y...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

Mondav, February 28, 1910 J 1 1 1 fni i i n i iilglrin OsSI an i 3 I 81 ll pJ'G 9 X c 9 fs 0 9 1 R 4 k 3 B I !8 Mils !' jisS3HaB9391,zj (U( ISh r S a !s P" asr ti.;"- rA-3r"afe.-;1. .' 0 HbtHLH SI I SGATTI Season at Juarez Ends and Hangerson Are Leaving For Other Parts. This is moving day -with the race track bunch. Things are in the same chaotic condition at the Juarez track as the circus grounds are after the night show. Horses are being loaded preparatory to bringing hem back to the states, trainers are packing their camp equipment 'and the jockeys and their valets turning in their silks and grtting ready to beat It from these parts. Today the final MonSay reunions are bing held in the lobbies of the hotels and by tonight the boys with the horseshoe stickpins and the field glass attachments are preparing to go -wille the going is good. General manager Iatt Wirni tvill re turn to New York as soon as he has arranged all the details for the closing of the track. The Empire City meet...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

ID Monday. February (l ALWAYS FIND! iii.il I iiiijiI' I 'rt"--"' i" LJL1ri'wg, YsvK work done. come mmm mmm , 11 B 4JSfi VZ 3&J HERE. I HAVE A lr 1 Jf 1 f K 1 IMllL 3al IflB JOB FOR YOU,! ft ,,rjVjn3 ri ItiHi' Muft Yes. I seem"t& ffotf AT WORK 1MCPP CCT wncrsj i i JCHANCE TO R$ HEREy THERE'S ASOME . TO OO jflACE I SUPPOSE IT MUST KEEP You busy ALL Uc tuc -riMP at iyr mil. in s. -ii -. ONE TH1NGERT07HEJ9 rvSTsEEoME HAS TO VMTCH A MAN , Ll THE TIME, TKATS A JOB BY ITSELF! LETS GO AND SIT DOWN. IM KINP OF TIRED. . XJ TER COPYRIGHT, 1S09, Chings Lost and Found; Personals and - Public Notices 1 ORt s. Wcri No Ad. Lew Ttes S5e. LOST FOTJITD. iHfc. U.VWRiTTK.V ZWV Advertise; jClve the loser the same publicity row Trould expect ksd the loxa beca yours. LOST One turquois pin. Return 1522 Monta-na St. Reward. , I.OST Open faced silver watch, Colum bia. Tuesdav, Washington Park. Re ward. C. E. M., Herald. IF YOV LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It win be returnea io v.r.r,t Tprson find...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

HERALD Monday, February 28, 1910. 11 (f3 f'UFl SPORTING NEWS. Too Late To Class Y "l r 1 oo Late tcrciassirv One Cent a Word. No Ad. Less Than 25c. A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies Bent In care of The Hera.15 office were awaiting the following ad vertisers this raornine. These replies should be called for not later than one -week after belar bulletined: R, 17 V. 180 W. X. 272 Cepho Governess 221 353 124 3057 148 B. 50 C. H. P. C. L. H. E. 152 F. 175 F. C. 419 G. N. O. JL Mrs. J. M. G. M. 155 M. L. f WASTED Woman for cook and gen eral house-work. S14 X. Ochoa St. HERE IS A JDI 1JANDY New and modern 8 room 2 story brick, south front and close in on Arizona St.; 4 large porches, blue grass lawn, ce ment walks, cement porch. We ,are going to sell at once. What will you give? Just look at it: that is all we i ask. HAWKINS BROS. E. R. Phone 2853. 1129 Magoffin Ave. EGGS IS EGGS But fresh ones are better. I will deliver every Saturday strictly fresh eggs at 35c a dozen. Set tings of 15 at $1.50 f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Monday, February 28, 1910. T I I Home Made CAKES I LAS CRUCES 'AND i FRESH EVERY DAY These cakes are strictly home made and placed in our store fresh every day. Whie !Nut Layer Cake Chocolate Fig Layer Cake Caramel Layer Cake White Fig Layer Cake Chocolate Layer Cake Price, per whole cake $1.00 Price, per half cake 50 HOME MADE BREAD, v ANCHOVIES IN KE&S. Just received fresh shipment of extra fine Ancho vies in small wooden kegs. Per keg, 35c. TULAROSA EGGS. Direct from the Connell Ranch every day. The best and freshest eggs you can possibly get. Only 40c Per Dozen. FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT. Extra fancy, sweet and .juicy. Each 10c. NEW POTATOES. These are new crop, extra pound 12 l-2c. MAY REPORT THE STATEHOOD BILL ON NEXT FRIDAY Washington ,D. C, Feb. 28. Senator Beverldge v.rent to Indiana Friday, and -will be back Thursday. He is expected to report the statehood bill Friday. Delegate Cameron presented to the senate committee on territories various amendments to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 1 March 1910

All the Xewi Herald Prints It first While It's Fresh. E! Paso, iexas, Tuesday fvenltig, March 1,1910-10 Pages NOW fr Both Officials Take Office at the Capitol at -Santa Fe Before Big Crowds. CUBBY IS GIVEN A LOVING CUP "New Governor and Chief ustice Of New D I i bb Mob Burning a Car In Philadelphia Strike Gov. Mills Given Cup by the Court Governor States Views on Leading Issues. Santa Fe, X. M., March 1. With flag flying. Santa Fe was in gala attire to day for the inauguration of governor William J. Mills- The cit3T is crowded as it has not been before in memory of the oldest inhabitant. The sunshine is perfect and the day ideal. As a preliminary to the inauguration this forenoon, the justices of the su preme court called upon Governor Geo. Curry and presented him with a solid , silver loving cup. suitably inscribed. Pope and Mills Sworn. Chief justice William H. Pope, who succeeds Gov. Mills, -was sworn in at 10 oclock by acting governor Nathan Jaffa. Gov. Mills took the oath at hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 1 March 1910

A. FEELING I You naturally feel secure medicine you are about to take is absolutely pure ana contains no harmful or habit producing drugs. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great Kidney, Liver and Bladder Eemedy. The same standard of purity, strength and- excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Eoot. Swamp-Boot is scientifically compounded from veg etable herbs. It is not a stimulant and is taken in teaspoonful doses. "i is not recommended for everything. t is nature's great helper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and bladder troubles. -"- awuiJj. Kibducxiicu-u ui yiu-xuy I iimer7s awamp-Koot. If you need a medicine you should have the best. If you are already convinced that Swamp-Eoot is what you need, you will find it on sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, fifty-cents and one-dollar. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle, free by mail it will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable in...

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