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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 March 1910

EI Paso Texas MonjfayCvenlog March 14 1910-1 2 Pages AH the News Herald Prints St First While It' Fresh. m A B A 9 vs9 I I I I smm alls n mmf r. Big Deficit Threatens at the End of the Present Year. Statement Desired. SCHOOLS SAID TO BE BEHIND While school affairs are under dis- cussion the matter of school finances generally has been injected into the talk. It Is reported that the board will not be able to get through the present year without a deficit of something like ?80- 000 below the amount necessary to pay bills. Last year There was a deficit of half this amount and. according to men as well posted as anybody outside the school board snstead of wiping out any of this deficit the board is getting" in deeper every month. No complete financial statement is made by the board except at the end of the year but the people of the city would be interested in a statement of Just how the finances are being handled and what steps the board Is taking to introduce business methods into the...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 March 1910

taBHBaBHBaHHEBiBBW A ? ' '$? f &m l 4 yfxz. Tyvyl- p &. ; ft VA'SWV'.' & 'J&iZvJ 9r 'ifr'-'f'ii'' I ( ';; w T-?vta?3a ?. v' ty -rK.:3ixLjmisz:s?j a-.- -v t&BeM&u asmSKYSxm ' "i yz.zr-T'z : mmi'-v "?-. . oihb. .y? 'H . . f . m ' 'lwSsipKI- 'Xsr VHftHCVcMLU V . &tt&M feifel . lift - f ii'WWi? y SISf ''''J 9$&g&& 'A fmmm IJfilJM 55rKv. ABBESS ?rv ' Wr jf? TELEPHONE COMPANY Mil BUIL EXCHANGE BUILDiNG ON I .Work to Be Started on Toll Line Extensions at Once. To Open Office in New Bank Building. A new telephone exchange building on the north side Is what the officials of the new Tri-State Telephone and Telegraph company which will take over the franchise of the Southwestern TelegTaph and Telephone company here axe considering for the Immediate fu- ture. Vice president Phurp Hamlin who has been here to arrange for the trans- fer of the franchise together with R. F. Morris the new general managc'c of the Tri-State' company who arrived this morning...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 March 1910

3 N A Si A 1 LAS CRUCES AND I HERALD ON SALE IN IxAS CXUCES N. M. Fraatc A. Havrley Attest opposite yestefZlce. Daily Herald oa sale by Las Crneeo Drac Cn Camozze! Nerra St sad diti BestoflUee ESILLA VALLEY Mate this comparison: Take your favorite dessert reaps re quiring the use of Vanilla. Use rinsiii nfinnia innnrn nui I TTS&! OS! FABIAN GARGIA JbSubS BULLETIN Bi o Deals With the Selection of Land Care of Trees and Varieties for $Few Mexico. Agricultural College N. M.. March 14. Prof. Fabian Garcia horticulturist at the experiment station at this place has issued a bulletin entitled "Apple Cul- ture Under Irrigation." The pamphlet i? a large one and is aivlded into many subheads. It is vory well illustrated most of the photographs having been made by the author. Xctt 3IexIco Varieties. Among the most Interesting and in- structcive of the subheads are prepara- tion of the land selecting the trees care of young trees varieties adapted to New Mexico and insects. Prof. Garcia goe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD & THE WEATHER By By James Forbes El I luR KjH I Copyright 1908 by G. nnUi ( 1 W. Dillingham Com- 1 ' i 1 i ! i It ! I I Among the pictures shown at the Feldman Photographic Exhibits are four from J. C. Bu- shong Worcester Mass. Mr. Bushong was for- merly the senior mem- ber of the firm of Bu- shong & Feldman and is now one of the lead- ing photographers of STew England. Exhibition hours 10 to o daily. Fred J. Feldman 308 San Antonio St THE CHORUS LA Novelized From Forbes1 Play of the Same Name by John W. Harding Haven't time to tell yon. The race stracted from a bejeweled case of gold (MEXICAN TOSSED IN BULL RING- Ordered Out Returns and EUls Bull and Has to Pay a Eine. Jesus Tenes "champion matador of all Mexico" bo-wed very low. The third bull of the day -was In the ring at Juarez Sunday. But the animal tvas clever. At any rate the man of spangled clothing: "was thrown high in the air. Then the bull was attracted from his prostrate body. Five times did the J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 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. Lid. Phone 1691. Blue Ribbon Butter none better sold anywhere 3 lbs. for ?1-) KnVtlv "RYpsTi T?auch Esres -per dozen 2oc r-s j-. . J m . . . . - ! ' I Mountain Park Eggs (never over aays oia; per doz Cream of Wheat per pkg. Dr. Price's All Grain Break fast Food per pkg Kalston's Breakfast Food per Tkr. 5c I3C 15c Dr. Price's Wheat Flakes Kellogg's Corn Flakes Pot Toasties nj?- E 3 pkgs- for feWV National Oats large pKg. j rv Grape-Nuts 2 pkgs. 25 C ClivnUAj vV Konf 9. nlrors tf"to F UiXICUUtU. ..- - r"0- SiL Prepared Buckwheat Flour Ogrt Z pKgs. ior w Aunt Jamima Pancake Flour per pkg Bananas very best O f per doz Kp Oranges (sweet and juicy) per dozen 20 25 30 40c Tangerines per doz Grape Fruit 3 for Apples good quality 4 lbs. for Lemons best quality per doz . Lemons best quality 2 doz. for 7 lbs. fcest Dry Onions for Ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 March 1910

AGAZINE PAGE e EDITORIAL AN EE PASO HERALD 9sts.bllshe& Apr!' 18EL The SI Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. TheiDaily News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune. The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent. The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. - . - - . - i 8EXSES .ASSOCIATED PRESS A15TJ A3IBR. NBWSP. PUBLISHERS1 ASSOC Satered at the SI Paso Postofflce for Transmission at Second Class Rates. &Ciete4 t the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a chajn- 3loa and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. BelL Auto. C Bnsineps Offlc ..... ....115 1H XEIULD J Editorial Room c 2020 2028 rSLLUPHOXS. ) Society Reporter .......... .1019 V. Advertising department US TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. JD&fiy Herald per nioaCh 60c; per year. ?T. Weekly Herald per year. $2. The Dally Herald Is delivered by carriers in El Paso East El Paso. Fort XI16 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 — 14 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 7 AfflHBAB HfOHAl lHK - . J Today's News of the Great Southwest s SHOWEHS FILL A jane ft m n A p K S fi I ijRfi LDDriU First Bain in Ten Months W. C. T. U. Organizes. More Oil Found. Carlsbad N. M. March 14. Eddy county has had its first rainfall in 10 months. Although in the form of local showers they were quite general in thelr scope and extended from the mountains on the -west to the plains country on the east. Considerable rain fell in some localities and will be of inestimable value to everj' branch of industry in the coun- ty. It will be especially welcomed by the stock men who were already becom- anxious about the spring grass. The prospect is good for a general rain. Secretary A. M. Hove of the Pecos Water Users' association. Has returned from Roswell where he paid 8000 to the receiver of the land office. This amount represented about S percent of the con- struction and maintenance charges of the water users under the project. The paj-anents are coming In stea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 r ' i t r f r - Mining News of the Great Southwest i FOH RHEUMATISM NEW EDURTHO Oil GARRtZDZD STRYCHNINE POISON FOUND IN 0 MEAT ON MM Ri Clovis Contractors Secure Contract "Work Starts on New Church. Marfa Tex. March 14. An attempt at "wholesale poisoning- -was recently dis- covered at the Cleveland ranch near Marfa. By accident a quantity of meat which had been butchered and salted down was found to contain poison. The discovery -was made by D. L. James who gave some of the meat to the ranch dogs one of which died and the others were made violently sick. He brought a piece of the meat to a local physician at Marfa for examination who pronounced it poisoned with strychnine. A large quantity of salt kept at the ranch for stock' purposes was later examined and found to con- tain the same kind of poison. An at- tempt is being" made to locate the per- petrators but no clue has yet been found. MesBrs. P. A. Humble and I. "V. Humble came in from Balmorhea Tex. Carrizozo N...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 March 1910

EL PASO HEBAUD i I Will be given on May 10 1910 to the winning contestants in the H: i ! ill I ! in ii II Herald's Popu ting Contest The competition for these prizes is open to any subscriber of The Herald who lives outside of the city of El Paso and the Grand Prizes will undoubtedly be won by contestants who enter the con- test early and work consistently to accumulate votes. The contest opens March 10. Fill out nomination blank below and send it in today. First Grand This car has been selected for its power comfort and elegance and for the simplicity of its mechanism. It is one of the best cars made in theg United States today and compares favorably with cars selling at a much higher price. verSand Automobile H. P. Noake Distributor El Paso Te: The Overland has power speed and neverfailing abil- ity; it is big enough to give plenty of room yet it is so handy that it can be readily turned without backing in a narrow street and it is so simple as to be the ideal car for women. EGOND...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 March 1910

10 GOT "O GET . . ff. ' uE- T j&rtmta. isw. ( Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices 1 Gt & War. Ke AL Ie TJuua 'e. STRAYED Black horse branded C E. Finder please return to El Paso Coun- try club and receive reward. LO!T White Angora cat name King. $5 reward if returned to 312 Leon. HP YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise it vr It will be returned to you if an honest pewon finds it. Remarkable re- Joverles are brought about ecery day throush this column. THE UNWRITTEN WCW A"gfe tfve the loser tie P? r"J s would expect k tke ! bees yenri. Help and Sitautions La and Around El Paso Fnr other adveruseEicais see "Too Late to Classify" columns. HELP WASTED HALE- WANTED At once 2 high grade so- licitors who are not afraid of work. Call 318 Herald Bldg.. mornings. WANTED Experienced stenographer. sin-le man preferred; reference from Slnesshouses required. Live Oak De- ?SSj?at Co. box 669. Globe. Ariz. WANTED Men for actual contract work; no expense to learn electricity plumbing ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 March 1910

EL PASO lie LV FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. DAILY BULLETIN REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BLDG. COTTAGE BARGAINS. 4 room modern brick cottage on. paved street sidewalks down front and back all fenced lawn wood house etc. all complete. Has bath Toom pantry mantel In parlor and Is located In good neighborhood. This genuine bargain will be sold for $2S00 on very easy terms. $250 cash balance month- ly payments. II. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. FOUR ROOM HOUSE BARGAIN. "Walking distance from the business center. Artistically built of red pressed brick has 4 large rooms reception hall rear hall qhina closet pantry several clothes closets kitchen closet large front and back porches bathroom equipped with the best iron enamel bath tub and In fact a model cottage throughout. Price only $3500. 5500 cash balance quarterly. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. SUNSET HEIGHTS. Modern 6 room- red pressed brick on paved street 1 block from car line lo- cated in the finest residence suburb ...

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

EL PASO HERALD 12 in . imii The Freshest and Best e in Home Cooked Premium Ham Eresli Roast Pork Ham Beef and Yeal Roast Chicken and Potato Salad Yeal Loaf and Jelly Tongue Smoked Salmon Smoked White Fish Boneless Codfish Extra Pine Salt Mackerel Pickled Corn Beef Brisket Knackwurst Sausage Liverwurst Sausage Cream Cheese Neufchatel Cheese Smoked Tongues Sliced Chip Beef Ripe and Green Olives in Bulk Fresh Texas Eggs Per Dozen . . . 25c 18 Pounds Granulated Sugar for r $1.00 Send Us Your Phone 151. 210-212 Our Show Windows Always contain the newest idea in Decorations. Get in the hahit of glancing our way when walking on Stanton street. TUTTLE PAINT Onr Stock Saddles Harness Bines Shotguns Am munition and Sporting Goods are all "Al." Call and examine same or write us. Mail orders given prompt attention. SHELTON-PAYNE ARIV1S C 301-303 EL PASO ST. RIFLEMEN CONTINUE TO SHOOT FOR HIXSOX STEDAIi Halaes Has HlRk Score la 3IedaI Event Allen WIbh Spoon For the "Week. Ot&er Scores. The E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 March 1910

E! Paso Texas Tuesday f vening March 15 1910-1 2 Pages While It' Fresh. GSRSLtfasMattB assStkaaOM mmtosm Mb altoaa Vmosa wr mmm MBm wm bmbm w- . 1 Strike Of Firemen and Enginemen May Be Averted Tart and Cannon Stand Together On Legislation - - .--.- Hid Dm nnrlpn (1 CCII CI TISTOLEN GOODS FOUND IN MSri CPU P1CC fill I fjflQ JlPPCgl Tf IlU 11 LU rlllL niJUa LVL L I MAILS; AN ARREST MADE tt... !i nr Sri..iri.TTn n-rnn mi nmmm n P r i E n ' fllP II T 111 I1!!!!! II ill flfi I nil i3 I 1 I Joiiag Reference Is Made to "$26." .Superintendents Report to Board. ILLNESS CAUSES SHORT ATTENDANCE That the unexpected always happens was proved last night when the mem- bers of the El Paso school board as- sembled at the city hall for the regu- lar monthly meeting:. "While all El Paso aroused by developments in the school board during; the past week expectantly awaited the firing of a bomb in the midst of the men who guide the destinies of El Paso's schools a well "directed school room could not ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 March 1910

HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let It stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or settling usually Jndicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys. Too frequent desire to urin- ate scanty supply pain or dull ache in the back should also convince you that the kidneys or bladder are out of order. What To Do. There is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the great kidney liver and bladder remedy fulfills almost every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every I part of the urinary passage- It cor- j xects inability to hold urine and scald- ing pain du passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant neces- sity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mild pleasant and extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It stands the" highest for its wonder- ful results in the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Tuesday March 15 1910. 3 D ustl I A True Story of the "SANTO" Vacuum Cleaner The dust and dirt in your home is a menace to every member of the family. It matters not how careful you may be to have your house absolutely clean and sanitary ou can never realize your ideal until you eliminate every particle of dust and dirt. Ask your physician about it. The poisonous dust is brought in from the streets by members of your family on their shoes and in their clothing. It finds lodgment in the car- pets and rugs so when you clean with the broom the air is filled with germs. The danger is always present though you can- not see it. The air is poisoned. People breathe it and become infected; children playing on the floor are in constant danger particularly so when there are contagious diseases in the neighborhood. The eminent medical gentlemen of the International Tu- berculosis Congress declare most emphatically that consumption is .a floor disease. Give careful attention to ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Tuesday March 15. 1910. Mr. Howard D. Beacli of Buffalo shows three beautiful portraits of women at the the Feld- uiaii Photographic Exj hibitiou. Mr. Beaen is noted for his beautiful posing of hands. Geo. Edmundson of Cleve- land has sent two por- traits showing the won- derful possibilities of home portraiture. Exhibition hours to 5 daily. Fred J. Feldman 308 San Antonio St 10 AMERICANS PAY FINES IN JUAREZ Accused of Having Trouble in Dance Hall Another Is Arrested. As a result of a commotion at the Juarez dance hall last night John gnoses and W. L. Clay two El Pasoans "were locked up for the night at Hotel CarceL Each was fined $10 or 10 days In. the Juarez police court this morn- ing. John Moses who said that he is a .railroad man admitted in Juarez po- lice court that he drew an ugly pocket knife. He said that the bartender was going to shoot his friend. Tf -nrc ornlnitiprt hv Har that the. barkeep owed him 50 cents and that lie was arsruinp: about It when the i ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 March 1910

L PASO HERALD Tuesday March 15 1910. PBESIDEHT URGES PEOPLE TO ANSWER ILL QUESTION Washington D. C March 15. Presi- dent Taft in a proclamation urges everybody throughout the'United States "to answer promptly completely and accurately all inaulries addressed to them by the enumerators or other em- ploves" who will be engaged in the taking of the 13th decennial census uhlcli work will begin one month from today- The proclamation follows: "Whereas Bv the act of congress approved July 2 1909 the 13th decennial census of the United States is to be taken beginning on the 15th day of April 1910; and "Whereas A correct enumeration of the population every 10 years is re- quired by the constitution of the Unit- ed States for the purpose of determin- ing the representation of the several states in the house of representatives; and "Whereas It is of the utmost impor- tance to the interests of all the people of the United States that this census should be a complete and accurate re- port of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 March 1910

AGAZINE PAGE 6 Tuesday March 15 1910. IAL AND EL PASO HERALD fcttbllshed April 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption ani succession. The Dally News The Telegraph. The Telegram The Tribune. The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser. The Independent. The Journal. The Republican The Bulletin. MEMBER JlSSOCIATBD PRESS AND A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOC Sctcrcd s.t tea SI Paso Postctfice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. &icate to the service oi the people that no good cause shall lack a Cham ylon sad that evil shall not thrive unopposed. f BuKiness Office ......... J Editorial Rooms j Society Reporter V Advertising department tSSLSFHQaTEA. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. D.Gjr Herald per month GOc; per year. 57. Weekly Herald ptr year $2. The Dally Herald Is delivered by carriers In El Paso. East EI Paso. Port Slice and Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring' the address on his paper changed will please sa.te ia his communication botn t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Tuesday March 15 1910. ff The great Baking Powder i I fj 1 of the country ! fjfl used in millions of IB! Jll homes never Iral -wish ; nrffiffiHn r.H- jm- a. v iBbrrw. bm h mi kt r r v s imh kt 'kspcm ibbl w r m framesaw ffnMSSBE'MiCTf ! WttlgWr Standard wBBf I bIvbb; K Hi Cbbw bbk bbe bbj bbI WX bb) Su bb bmMbi ft C R EAM " M x Bk BBb VB wti .w -" m I i DaKino row ner i I Received the highest award 1 at nicsigo oocis rear mi (Continued from Page One.") ern Pacific and allied lines that the firemen and engineers would strike. Fay insisted" that the outlook for peace was bright. It is reported here that in case the firemen strike the engineers will man the engines. Xe Xcws at Fori "Worth.. Fort Worth Tex. March 15. Neither the members of the firemen's union nor the railroad officials here have been no- tified that a strike has been declared so far. although the firemen expect to re- ceive orders o walk ont at any hour in accordance with" president Clark's an- nouncement...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 March 1910

Tuesday March. L F. TV. Parker of This City Has Visited Jarbridge Nevada Gamp. Capt. E. W. Parker a mining man of this city has received a letter from his son F. W. Parker -who is mine super- intendent in Idaho and has been on a visit of inspection to the Jarbridge -strike in Nevada. He says: "The two properties called the Bourne and 4he Jarbridg-e mines are wonder- fully rich and will undoubtedly prove up as great gold mines. The snow was bo deep that we are unable to examine the district satlsfactorily. "The new camp is reached by way of Twin Falls Idaho whence you go south 20 miles on railroad -to Holllster and there take the stage going 47 miles to Three Creeks thence 14 miles to Rim Bock and from there on horse back and pack animals to Jarbridge camp. The total fare Is $10 from Twin Fall to camp. Operator's OpiHion. "Theodore Parks a mine operator says the snow did not prevent him from forming definite ' conclusions on the merits of the new district. "When dykes which are all o...

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