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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 March 1910

L PA: Saturday, March 5, 1910. W u FOR SALE SEAL ESTATE. EARTH IS THE BEST SECURITY ON EARTH. BEST PROSPECTIVE BUSINESS CORXER IX THE CITY. Improved, with a substantial 14 room building in complete repair on lot 47x120 feet, facing two of the best streets In El Paso. This property un der lease, paying over 7 percent net on price of $20,000. This property will be worth $50,000 In less than 5 years. WAREHOUSE AXD SWITCH PROP ERTY. 33.000 square feet, fronting 3 streets, with railroad in the rear. Price $S000. A BEAtTIFUL HOME WITH LARGE GROl'KDS. House contains 6 large rooms, with an unfinished floor above, arranged for five rooms additional. This house has hot water, heat French plate glas3 windows, modern nlckle plumbing, beautiful mantels, and fine electric light fixtures. It is located on the corner In one of the best resident sec tions of El Paso. Lot Is 215x120, with cement walks and curbs. There is a stable and carriage house for 6 horses, also auto garage for 2 machines. In ad...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 March 1910

X, PASO HERALD Saturday, March 5, 1910. Nearly 1-3 of This Vast the EI Paso Valley ,. ULmw ut, L-J-m-AJLumu-ii.-.Lj- m ii. -umMju - aJJjuJU.x.Ji---r;rll71-, 'i;;,;;"wlir. ' I m 0 0 i .GOOpOOO-Cornes to i ii 180,000 acres of land to be made into gardens which will supply the United States. In five years from this date, land which can now be purchased in the El Paso Valley for $50 to $100 an acre will sell for $1000 an acre. The tide has turned toward El Paso and El Paso Valley; no power on earth can keep her back; 100,000 population for El Paso in sight. The history of the Mississippi, the Mis souri and the Ohio valleys show that where intense fertility and abundant water supply are to he found, there will be the most de sirable location for settlement and devel ment, and that these lands will be taken up7 and cultivated long before the less fertile and productive lands are taken up. The El Paso valley of the Rio Grande is similar to those other great valleys-, in that it has the bes...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 March 1910

Read Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-CIassify Ads. on Pages 13, 14 and 15. HERALD Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13, 14 and 15. JtLi JL JLiklJ Religions Press On Mr. Fairbanks From the Literary Digest. T HE journals of both religious arcnmsnop lreiaua s communion is per- bodies concerned in the Fair- niclous. innits affair indulge in plentl- Against the charge that "books cireu- ful and strong comment upon the ex- lated and displayed in the windows vice president's misadventures in Rome, of their book stores are slanders against when the pope refused to see him. the Catholic faith, the holy pontiff at Mr Fairbanks's side has been thor- Home, and a misrepresentation of the oughly presented but so far no au- whole Catholic system," this answer is thoritative statement is forthcoming made: from the Vatican to explain the rea- This would be very difficult to sons of the refusal to receive the dis- prove. We take, however, the testi tinguished American ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 March 1910

FBAMK G-. CARPESFTEB'S LETTER. FRANK a. CARPENTER'S LETTER. iomach jFtl A A MALAVS Oaiarrh HOW THE BRITISH ARE DEVELOPING .JUNGLE AND REMAKING- A NATION. Wonderful Changes of the Federated States Colonies Which Have No Debts Fortunes in Rubber and Tin. Behind the Scenes With the Sultans Queer Natives, or the Drones of the Orient Customs of Love and Marriage. (Copyright, 1910, by INGAPORE, India, Feb. 23. I ivant ., lo tell you of the new movements among- the Malays. A generation ago this peninsula was savage and the country a jungle. It had neither roads nor railroads, there -were no resting places for travelers., and the -wilderness ;j was inhabited cnieriy oy wiia oeasis and Tl!d men. Today the EngHsh have taken hold of it and are making it blos som like all irrigated lands of our new j west. They have brought order out of chaos, and are building roads and rail roads, establishing schools and laying out iowns. In the Federated Malay states, which contain something like a million I...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 March 1910

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Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 March 1910

L, PASO 20 Saturday, March 5, 1910. JumerGUf Happy Many 'Parties EsfiiitJefi airs In Social Circles Let XAi Smile hted Ey National Magazine srr SSSHHIBBHHHHHHIBHH. 69 U m Hcisxei roocerv lmSiMiT,r r V "''W FOR THE MISSES AND CHILDREN y - Easter Pumps and zOde Straps for the little folks, just hatched? Well, not ex actly, but they did undergo a process of our own designing and building up for the best requirements of children's growing feet, as the beautiful and extensive line which we have just received and which we are now showing in its full com pleteness will easily testify. "We have th em in Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Vici Kid and White Oanvas, ranging in price as follows: Infants' sizes, d S f J Off frim 1 to 5 fpl.UUto $.&D Children's sizes; f ? Kffc from 5 to S tpl.Oto diDU Children's sizes from Sl-2 to 11. Misses' sizes from 111-2 to 2. .50to$3.00 $1.50t$3.Q0 Misses' and ladies' sizes from 2 to 6 $1.75to$3.50 Look at Our Window Display GREATER EL PASO'S 9 GREATEST SHOE S...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 Fi...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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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....

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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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 gun...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 5 March 1910

5k. V1 J- Jg& Copyrighted. 1910. by the Amerlcan-Exaolner. Grat Britain Rights Resencd. Hist, Hark:, i ve) Cot a notion - j . 1 See baby's '& ave. Tevvc vawcs: vJwoJ JBBBBPnd5PNDtheDay lfv f3- -""" W WELL, 5AVA CAN I 4- ; ;ir y Mfbu ATTH 1 5 ? J J?g? 7 " zil "X f M)ER"E TI .$- OO Tan) .S ' -: Y ' Pi.AY WIP BABYJ "ft-- - ' " Toys-- - l r I Pretty Paint BoX 5 ) " KISIftrr-il "; -joh.you're: Going) ": Tnow Co and howI " " MAMA KOW CUTE. YOU LOOK All) orATrooE:p UPy (W$f IBoYandhisDoc) I sBb)B05TEI Hi 2 lovely -ncEJ JSLJSs mxu? rv07 v5 IILP & &- mVSSr y ATSfiSIBBft ferf yo- aBBMW PQNTFEEL Though j( LQOK'e&tfUCH I ERE TA5 )S BuSTEfCT) HAS COME To PLAY r- VTH YOU ALL AYT -Sm-re? -4& (,.Prfc (WHO $g&&$ N-M - ore. F a fSSJNmW- AM (KNOW ABouTTlHis)'.. 3 Now This is oincl To be the: C retst Fun Ye:t" (the plot) j J (thicken l -"" 6 ' ' HURRY LETS i PEOPLE tfAeDlFftRENT 0KIN1OM5 dour THifJffj ITiZiT 17" I C Aii Pn. i-r- ftST ir. Atf I -.- i .j nLU i w,i4 l jf YI...

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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 ...

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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 Ca,ke 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 S...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 a...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 $240,000.00 "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, an...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 dee...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 fi...

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