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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 March 1910

Saturday. March 3 1910. 21 In Garments of Merit rea OC1 X PASO T test VALUES ff font nued From Page 20 ) nformal dinner ci Thursday In honor of Mrs. Mary Rog-ers -rs. Benton's mother who has been visitmpr her daughter for the past two weeks. Those present were: 3Irs. Mary r-ogers Mr. and Mrs.. "Will Brickel Mr. and Mrs. V E Roberts Mr and Mrs. Robt. Car- ton Mi and Mrs. TV. J. Bentou and Misj Regena Rogers. " Mrs. TV. H. Bryan was the hostess "Wednesday afternoon at a charmingly informal tea -when some 50 guests were in attendance. The Bryan home was artistically decorated with palms and potted plants throughout the apart- ments while pink and white carnations developed the color scheme and added their charm to the scene The tea taWe was daintily set in pink and white and the delicious refresh- ments also met the color requirements. The hostess was assisted in receiv- ing and entertaining her guests by Mr. J. A- Dick Mrs. V. P. Safford Mrs. rf. S Potter Mrs. George Lu Fisher Mrs. Pe...

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

EL PASO HERALD 22 Saturday March 5 1910. Tom Andrews On the Fighters. Gossip About Bali and Other Sport 6116121 THE KINSHIP BETWEEN AUTO AND AEROPLANE ot News But Views By Walker Andre ws's Sporting Gossip I L (By T. S. Andrews.) Sporting New El Paso Motorists Can See It and the Motor People Were Most Enthusiastic Over the Bird Man's Machine When He Was Visiting In El Paso. Kinship between the automobile and the flying: machine aroused much inter- est among: El Paso 2.utoinobile folk especially the dealers in the rec-ent vis- it of bird man Hamilton. Not only did all vendors of things automobile attend the exhibitions of the great American aviator but they Inspected every part of the big biplane comparing it from carborator to the little' rubber -wheels to the "dura things" -which go so fast on ground. While in the city aviator Hamilton purchased a new carborator for his air craft frtrcn- M. Barber local dealer. The apparatus was not used however until after his departure. Mr Hamilt...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 March 1910

JIjJLs Saturdav. March. 5 1910. 23 I i SUNDAY THE 74TH ANNIVERSARY OF FALL OF THE SACRED ALAMO March Is full of eventful days that commemorate the struggle for Texas in- dependence but none is more worthy of observation than Sunday the 72nd anni- versary of the fall of the Alamo the Moody event in -which the brave Texans won butchered by the brave soldiers un- der Santa Ana. None of the defenders of the Alamo escaped. The most concise account is that of Francisco Antonio Rxiiz published in Pie Texas almanac of 1860. Ruiz was t'e alcalde of San Antonio. Following- is the account given: "On the 23d of February 1836 at 2 p. m.. Gen. Santa Ana entered the ty of San Antonio with a part of las army. This he effected without any resistance the force under the command Of Travis. Bowie and Crockett having on the same day at S p. m. learned that the Mexican army iwas on the banks of the Medina river and concentrated In the Alamo. 'In the evening they commenced to ex- clange fire with guns and...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 March 1910

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 March 1910

L PASO HERALD Saturday Mcircli 5 1910. 25 Bowling ' FOR WHITE' S Chicago American Team to Be Entertained by El Paso Fans. The Chicago White Sox are to given a smoker by E4 Paso fandom. A meeting was held at the Gem cigar store this afternoon of a few of the baseball fans to arrange for a smoker for the Chicago White Sox team -while it Is in El Paso for the two games on March 30 and 31. As the Sox will be here from Wednesday noon until Thurs- day evening the smoker will be planned for them on Wednesday evening at the chamber of commerce. The plan sug- gested for the White Sox smoker 1s to make it a get together meeting of all the baseball enthusiastis of the cit;v at -which short talks will be made by the visiting players local baseball men and some of the fans. An effort will be made to have Frank Harbuck the new manager of the El Paso team to be here for the smoker and make a talk on the baseball situa- tion in the southwest. Leon Kahn -who was here from Shreveport in ehe inter- es...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 March 1910

26 Saturday March Home FRESH EV Mad These cakes are strictly home made and placed in our store fresh every da White Kiit Layer Cake Chocolate Fig Layer Cake Caramel liayer Cake White Fig Layer Cake Chocolate Layer Cake Price 3er whole calve $1.00 Price per half cake 50 HOME 11ABE BEE AD ANCHOVIES IN KEGS. Jnst received fresh shipment of extra fine Ancho- vies in small wooden kegs. Per keg 35c. TULARGSA EGGS. Direct from the Cormell Ranch every day. The best and freshest eggs you can possibly get. Only 40c Per Dozen. FLORIDA G-RAPE FRUIT. Extra fancy sweet and juicv. Each 10c- NEW POTATOES. These are new crop extra fancy potatoes. Per poun 12 l--c- Phone 151. Window Glass We have all sizes and good glaziers to pot them in on short notice. TUTTLE PAINT QL GLASS CO Our stock Saddles Harness Rifles Shotguns Am- munition and Sporting Goods are all "Al." Call and examine same or write us. Mail orders given prompt attention. SHELTON-PAYNp ARMS CO. 301-303 EL PASO ST. SPECIAL SALE ON OUR 60...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 March 1910

EI Paso Texas Monday evening March 7 1910-12 Pages AH the Xews Herald Prints it first While It's Frcafa. FINDS MAN IN HOME; A SENSATION IN HIGH LIFE TIES AND STABS HIM inrr JliLn Kansas City Mo. March 7. Jere S. Willis bnnfc president and clubman who was cut with a knife and mutilated for life carlj ? esterday morning by John r. Cudahy a wealthy packer and son of Michael Cudahy the Chicago mil- lionaire will recover according to attendants at St. Mary's hospital. Xo state warrant has yet been issued for Cudahy. He however will be arraigned In police court a week from today. Meantime he has been released on $100 bond. till! and Cudahy were formerly Intimate friends. According to the story Cudahy came home unexpectedly early yesterday morning and found Lillis there. With the aid of a chauffeur he overpowdered and tied Lillis then with a knife proceeded to mutilate him terribly. The real cause for the assault has not yet been explained. Neighbors were awakened early in the morning by s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 March 1910

Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery LEADERS IN LOWER PRICES Pay Cask and Save Money on Your Grocery Bill. QUALITY ALWAYS THE BEST Two Bell Phones 844 and 823. Ind. Phone 1691. Blue Eibbon Butter none better sold anywhere per lb 35c Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs 2 dozen for 55c Mountain Park Eggs (never over 4 days old) per doz 35c C C 25c Cream of TPiheat per pkg. Dr. Price's All Grain Break- fast Food per pkg Kalston's Breakfast Food per Tjks. Dr. Price's TVheat Flakes Kellogg's Corn Flakes Post Toasties Og 3 pkgs. for wt National Oats large pkg. 1 A for 1UC Grape-Nuts 2 pkgs. Og frtr dJ Shredded Wheat 2 pkgs. for Prepared Buckvr&eat Hour QJ? 2 pkgs. for OC Aunt Jamima Pancake 1 A Flour per pkg JL V? C Bananas very best jf! per doz &3 Oranges (sweet and juicy) per dozen 20 25 30 40c Tangerines per doz . Grape Fnrit OC- 2 for &tj Apples good quality 4 lbs. for... Lemons best quality per doz Lemons best quality ' OS- 2 doz.' for OOC 7 lbs. frest Dit Onions for .". Home 3dade Grape Jell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Monday March. 7 1910 No Reason for Doubt A Statement of Facts Back- ed hy a Strong Guarantee. We guarantee immediate and posi- tive relief to aH sufferers from con- stipation. In every case -where our remedy fails to do this we will supply it free. That's a frank statement off facts and we want you to substantiate them at our risk. xicAau uiuenies lire a senile ;j.icvi- tive dependable and cafe bowel regu- ' lator strenglhener and tonic that are eaten like candy. They reestablish na- ture's functions in a quiet easy way. They do not cause any inconvenience griping or nausea. They are so pleas- ant to take and work so easily that ' Xoroh western who 'have been in El Paso Akron. U.; W. W. W. Sison Binham- they may be taken by any one at ; ail(i juarez since Saturday morning at- i ton X. Y.: B. C. Stall! Bollevue 0.; any time. They thoroughly tone up tending to business matters left at 1 ! Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stebbins Lansin- the whole system to healthy activity. I dock t...

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

ALB Monday Mreli FX PASO HER i V V t " '? y ' X". - ' K . .r.'-ffr v t&ep'gttQ I yfQfyv iwifvfh Ihj&hth I i Gzrr official opening each season is looked forward to by the women of El Paso with the greatest eagerness. The one scheduled for tomorrow eclipses any former opening and in fact any similar occurrence ever held in the Southwest. MJ A special feature of the opening tomorrow will he the showing of a special im- portation of 100 exquisite Parisian models. These are the handsomest hats ever JJ brought to the United States and we believe patrons will appreciate the efforts we have made to show them something well worth coming to see. Second in import- ance to the Parisian hats are 300 exclusive models from the foremost designers of America. In short our opening -tomorrow will afford a millinery display such as is rarely seen outside the largest metropolis. Opening begins Tuesday and continues the balance of the week. You Are Cordially Invited n sr i & m - miss our offi...

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

EJL PASO HERALD Monday March 7 1910. 5. 1 f iLAL v 11 C W 111 L I I C J I CA L kJi LA L 1 1 W wjI L - . " - K&.PAB&. TEXAS The Best Guarantee against the overpayment of an account is to pay by check. Then you will get the best possible re- ceipt. A cheek account will save you tiine and money. Your account subject to check is cordially invited. Capital and Surplus $240000.00 "Work Is VerV ROUSfh and t js a& D1J "'""S " Many iunneis Are .Neces- sary In Building Line South of Casas G-randes. Colonia Dublan Mex. March 7 Mr. TTkks. of camp 39 has shipped S?0 na- tives to aid In his construction -work on building i2 railroad from Nueva Casas Grandes He has a contract un- der Mr. Dudley for 35 kilometers and Is rushing: his -work as are all of the contractors. There have been upwards of 600 natives shipped in this nveek. In the 35 kilometers taken by Mr. "Wicks there "will be three tunnels to construct. The road between Terrazas and Ma- dera has some very difficult work and the...

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

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE s Monday March 7 1910. EL PASO HERALD established April. 1S81. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption b4 succession The Daily News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune Tho Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. - K23IBER .ASSOCIATED PRESS AIST AMER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC Entered at the SI Paso Poetofflce for Transmission at Second Class Rate. &&icated to" the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a ch.nv Sios and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. f Busines J Editorli Society t Advertl Business Office ... HERALD ICLPIZGXS. torlal Rooms Reporter Advertising department TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. lny Herald per month. 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year. $2. The Dally Herald 1b delivered by carriers In El Paso East El Paso Fort Sliss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please efj&...

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

t PASO HERAIJ) Monday March 7 1910. A Staple Food K9AJLy 3 AlVfl 9 J?Jl &aw VJH vul MVUUlVf VOL The staple foods of the human race are the cereals. Dr. Price's Algrain Food is a combination of the most important WHEAT OTS RICE and BARLEY; it's the food that builds the body up to its needs. Suited to intellectual sedentary and muscular lives. It approaches a balanced diet more than any single cereal. (It contains all the valuable parts of these staple grains.) Ask your Grocer. mUniliu! um EViiOKLiil UiLsl relflil u i a. ESTANCIA FARMERS PLANT BIO- ACREAGE Demonstration Farm to Be hjardluck Story of a Fort Opened Nev Settlers Accmire Farms. Moreaci Ariz. March 7. Lying beside his "ivounded horse with a bullet hole through his head the body of Barney Corallo owner of a a!oon and meat market In this place rrah discovered within a fev hundred feet of the Arizona Central hoist. At first It was believed that a murder had been committed with robbery sk the motive tin the deed man uaaall...

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

EL PASO HERALD 8 Monday March. 7 1910. TREE GROWIN cno DnnciT IQ Dl q ru IIUIM iU I L YDRK buKPUrlAI Wil Set Out the Young Eu- calyptus Sprouts ' and Grow Trees In California for the Market. That California -within 15 years will be more noted for its groves of eucalyp- tus trees than for any of its present day products not excepting sunshine if it were possible to can it is the statement made by A- B. Loither of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec who -ffas in El Paso Saturday night and who in the near future will plant for profit 3440 acres of Califonia land to eucalyptus trees. Mr. Luther is connected with the for- estry corporation associated with H. W. Tinnnott &- r.n . Xpw Yorx bankers which recently purchased a 3440 acre tract of I lend near Santa Cruz Cal. The decision ;- to locate in California was on the score ( that frosts will not endanger tne grow- ing of the trees and followed a six months' investigation as to the most fa- vorable section in the- United States. He first arri...

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

Mondav March 7 191C. f R ufside of the City of Q?!s Huron I05 Xfs1 MAY i05 1910 t2 L PASO HERALD KSS CW3 ARCH 10 1910 is the opening date of THE HERALD'S GRAND POPULAR VOTING CONTEST and two months from that date The Herald will present to its most popular subscribers outside of the city of El Paso $5000 WORTH OF iMAGNIFICEN T PRIZES. There will be Four Grand Prizes Twelve District Prizes and numerous Special Prizes 1st Grand Prize 2nd Grand Prize 3rd Grand Prize 4th Grand Prize The Grand Prize Touring Car 7 Apollo Player Piano Two Trips to New York via all Water Route AH Expenses Paid 400.00 Cable Piano Contest District No. 1 Includes all of west Texas (outside of El Paso) and the territory adjacent to the IsTa- tkmal Lines nf Mexico in Mexico. GRA2TD PRIZES AS ABOVE 1st District Prize $125 VICTOR VICTROLA 2d District Prize $50 SET SILVERWARE ' 3d District Prize $25 CAMERA Special Prizes Contest District No Includes the following: Otero Lincoln Torrance Eddy Chaves Roosevelt Curry ...

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

EBALD 19 Monday March 7 1910. CT" TM ii i IZZ I CONFOUND IAY AUNT U r- 3 1 f I I i CAN YOU IMAGINE ) I . I GJYNG E I?LP NECK- ) I M CLHD j o. i - -rr - . I ft i DD WITH 0 LW) '!-- -J"-5"1 GROW AllSi WHISKERS )UM f 3vHI-SK&KS j IHft1 1 Tf 1 1 j 4gf I TO COVtR A f " "1 ( N . . Z TTTTTZ 1the. tie is UNDtRj won't "THE I I " I t-i OUST MAKE. ... - . v ThE.SE- OLD-MAM &E. r A DRAWING OF T PLLLD j lg X" HM AND PR03A3LY "iJ lP23t COPYRIGHT 1909 0Y Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices 1 Cent a Word. No Ad. Lca Tkg &c ' LOST FOTTim LOST Small gold neck chain. lie- ward value of chain. Return to Klein- man's. Juarez. LOST Brown sable fur. Return to Windsor hotel. Liberal reward will be given. IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here! It will be returned to you if an honest person finds It. T?;e J?Z coveries are brought about every day through this column. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso - . j --ri-irf'T''YYher zsrsr&swrkJ business houses rei""cu- "V:; Tli...

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

L PASO HERAI Monday March 7 1910. 11 FOR SALE-ESAL ESTATE. Too LateT iTrpii ill e to liiftiLdW Classif v Too Lat ' BfltvpneT REALTY BARGAINS. H. L. HOWELL 13 HERALD BUILDING. GRAZING LAXD 16 sections fine level grass land 20 miles from railway station. Can sell S or 16 sections. This is the finest piece of land of its class now on the market. Can show it most .n time to parties who mean business. II. L.. HOWELL 213 HERALD BLDG. APARTMENT HOUSE BUILDING SITE. West Olive St. dose in. This is an ideal apartment house location south front 5 minutes walk from the busi- ness center no railroad tracks to cross ging to town to the schools or to the churches; dimensions 82 feet frontage b 120 in depth- Has side and rear s leys perfectly level paved streets all the way to town and has 2 cottages showing about $40 monthly income Ti'w. Price only1 $8000 which is less than $98 per front foot A bargain for S"me one wise enough to see it. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BLDG. SIX ROOM RED PRESSED BRICK Su...

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

EL PASO HERALD 12 Monday March 7 1910. t "" S ' I i i in -- Specals for 18 Pounds Best Onulated Sugar .' Eight Bars White Star Soap For Merritt's Brand Butter the best made pound Eresh Texas Eggs per dozen 25c Toasted Cornflakes 3 for i 25c Mrst class standard Peaches 3 lb. cans 3 for. .50c Empsons' Asparagus Tips 30c cans for 25c Send TJs Your Mail Orders. Phone 151. 210-212 HAII5EH WR fTES OF The story of the four days battle with the desert by the Hansen auio . party who -were thought to have been lost in a sandstorm between Ehrenburg. Ariz and Mecca CaL last -week is told in a personal letter from Mr. Han- j .n n nn "TCl Paso friend who enter- talned Mr. Hansen and his party while t they were en route from Jsew ior xu Ban Francisco in their Stearns auto- mobile. att- TTansen is a retired broker Of New York and is making a trar.scon- ( tinental tour of the United States nav- x ins traveled all over Europe and Can- j hv auto. He wished to make a trip that ordinarily throws terror ...

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

H Paso Texas Tuesday Eyeing March 81910-lOPagcs All the Neir Its rf d r riots St First While IVx Freah. t &i aspa & JT-fc typ9 iitLiL! ill 1-1- The Hoo Hoos Will Crawl on Onion Bed Tonight and Have a Time. NUMEROUS OUT OF TOWN MEN HEBE Firsts and seconds clear all heart free from doty or unsound knots -wane or windshakes -the lumbermen of Ari- zona and New Mexico who are here to attend the sixth annual meeting of the Liumbermen's association for Arizona and New Mexico are sawing some -wood today at the chamber of commerce where the sessions of the convention are being- held- CalJed to order by president I. A. Shedd of El Paso the Lumbermen's as- sociation was -welcomed by D. M. Payne president of the chamber of commerce. On behalf of the city and chamber 01 commerce Mr. Payne welcomed the lum j city. Judge A. S. J. Eylar represent- bermen of the territories to El Paso and f jng the county has made a similar to the chamber of commerce wnlcn ne said was at their disposal for a...

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

i Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Don't Know I 111 -il' ZM Weak and unhealthy kidneys are probably responsible for more sickness and differing than any other disease therefore when through neglect or other causes kidney trouble is permitted to continue serious results are sure to follow. Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most because they do most and should have attention first v If you feel that your kidneys are the cause of your sickness or run down condi- tion begin taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rjot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy because as soon as your kidney begin to get better they will help all the other organs to health. PreraleBcy of Kiflaey Disease. Most people do not realize the alarm- ing increase and remarkable preva- lency of kidney disease. While kidney disorders are the most common dis- eases that prevail they are almost the last recognized by patient or physician who usually content themselves with doctoring- the effects while the origi...

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