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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...

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. — 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 ...

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. — 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 po...

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. — 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 co...

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. — 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 nounce...

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. — 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 wh...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 15 March 1910

JLi -&. -A. & ill be given o ' ra Ai Si r fk lain a IS ! if m is Contest The competition for these prizes is open to any subscriber of The HeralcTwho lives outside of the city of El Paso, and the Grand Prizes will undoubtedly be won by contestants who enter the con test early andwork consistently' to accumulate votes. The contest opens March 10. Fill out .nomination blank below and send it in today. - - First Gr W B 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 the United States today and compares favorably with cars selling at a much higher price. t utomobile H. P. Noake, Distributor, El Paso, Tex. The Overland has power, speed and neverf ailing abil ity; itsds big enough to give plenty of room, yet it is so handy that it can be readily turned, without backing, in & narrow street, and it is so simple as to be the ideal car for women. SECOND GRAND PRIZE ami LL fr- I, -i iMiit'ii...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 15 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 Tuesdav, March 15, 1910. WAREHOUSES. DRESSMAKING. FOR SALE WJAL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. :oiiagi -Ei Paso Trunk factory. FIXE DRESSMAKING 1205 Myrtle. - i m l ,111 ll l ,il enti fhE rW BE THE- ,3&flDUSTN& CLASS ORTOe 'JPTJrtG TO VfcF'TtMO;4 f-ia Svttt" w- 0PYRtGHT, 1909. Chiugs Lost and Found r Personals and Public Notices X Ct K War. Se At Jjcmm Tkam S3 LOST FOUND. STRAYED from 711 N. Florence St., a small brown Jersey cow, both horns bent in; rewaTd. Phone 1785. LOST Down town Saturday night, ladys gold watch, Waltham movement No. H. 2340; black silk fob -with buckle attached. Finder please leave at 811 Mundy Ave. and receive reward. LOST OR STOLEN Blue National bi cycle No. 49,495. Reward for return to 1014 Nevada St. LOST White Angora cat, name Xing. $5 reward if returned to 312 Leon. LT YOU LOSE A?YTHING advertise It here. It -will be returned to you If an honest parson finds It. Remarkable re coveries are brought about every y threugh&thls co...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 15 March 1910

L PASO HEKAL Tuesday, March 15, 1910. 11. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. DAILY BULLETIN HEAL ESTATE I BARGAINS. H. L. HOWELL, 213 HERALD BLDG. COTTAGE BARGAIN'S. 4 room modern brick cottage on paved street, sidewalks down, front and back all fenced, lawn, wood house, etc, all complete. Has bath room, 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. H. 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, china 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. 500 cash, balance quarterly. II. L. HOWELL, 213 Herald Building. SUNSET HEIGHTS. Modern 6 room red pressed brick, on paved street, 1 block from ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 15 March 1910

EL PASO HEBAI 12 Tuesday, March 15, 1910. -i ' ' SPORTING 'EWS. w hum n i i iiiwiib i i atm WMJT r XL The Freshest and Be Delicatessen Goods in the City.. Home Cooked Premium Ham Fresh Eoast Pork Ham Beef and Veal" Eoast Chicken and Potato Salad Yeal Loaf and Jelly Tongue , Smoked Salmon Smoked White Pish Boneless Codfish Extra Pine Salt Mackerel Pickled Corn Beef Brisket Knackwurst Sausage IAverwurst Sausage Cream Cheese xTeufchatel Cheese Smoked Tongues Sliced Chip Beef Pipe and Green Olives in Bulk' POLITE MATCH AT KANSAS CITY Fresh Texas Eggs Per Dozen . . . 25c 18 Pounds Granulated Sugar for . $1.00 Send Us Your Mail Orders. 15 Fhone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. THE COUNT? RAISES iALARIES OF ISTew Town in County Wants School Interurban - Bond Coneeled. In. session this morning, the county commissioners raised the salaries of two county employes and appointed a third, besides transacting- other routine business. George J. Trout rrras appointed pur chasing agent and charity ...

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. — 16 March 1910

ALD U Paso, Texas, Wednesday Evening, March 16, 1910-1 6 Pages AH the News neraldPfinfsitnrst I Wkile It's Freaa. oJhl tbmB mmemm ' I I ill ffi i ii SQii II I 1 115 E W SBB S bSC '-S s w v Finance Committee Offers a Plan for Curbing Expendi tures: Is Turned Down. A STATEMENT BY GAXNEfS AND TOOLEY These Two Trustees Have Stood Out Against Ex travagances of the Board. School warrants cannot be much lesser kept at par if the business meth ods ef the school board are not reme died. The schoitf of EI Paso are going to have a deficit of over ?SO,000 at the end ef the present terra. Trustees Gaines and Tooley, In re sponse to the demand of voters and taxpayers, have prepared a statement en the school finances of the city. It is printed below. It shows an unusual state ef affairs, and one that appears t eall for hereic measures. There ap pears to be a woefal lack of business Kanaireraent la the conduct of the schools er no sHCh deficit would face the board. An $S,& deficit with the expe...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 16 March 1910

' o it y y 9 I tie fashion onow By Far the Most Complete Range of Correct Styles to be Seen Loc&lly NLY three more days remain of this inter esting event our spring Fashion Show. By extending it throughout the week instead of limiting to a single evening, we give El Paso peo ple an opportunity to come and examine at their leisure the handsomest styles in spring wearing ap- S3 T V T 7 i TIT J parel it is possible to assemote: ivo time nor ex nense was snared in preparing this display, hut our efforts will be fully repaid when you come f and express your admiration. While garments f of the expensive class are a big item in this week's Fashion Show, medium priced gar ments, duplicates of the high priced models, are shown as well. JTlryy X NO OBLIGATION TO BUY In extending you this invitation to visit the Fash ion Show, we want to impress on yon that there is no obligation whatever to make' a purchase, j Our whole store and store force is at your service m "1 this week to show you e...

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. — 16 March 1910

Wednesday, March 16, 1910. i II rn .iff rt PASO HERALD A Style 'Word To Men T The. House of Kuppenheuatf Chicago HE- satisfaction in tv earing the new spring suit depends largely upon the confi dence you have in its cor rectness. The clothes sold in this store come from style originators and each suit is an example of the perfection of tailoring. The coat styles this spring show the semi-f omi fitting hack with full skirt with one or two vents. The two button sack with long roll collar and the three button sack with medium long collar are perhaps the strongest, favorites and are shown in a wonderfully good variety of plain and novelty serges, tweeds, cheviots, un finished and hard finished worsteds. Li the two piece suits the coat is unlined; in the three-piece styles it is, lined throughout. The trousers are in both the regular and " semi-peg" style. Grey is the predominating color and is shown in the full, range of light, medium and dark shades. We especially invite men who are ha...

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. — 16 March 1910

L PASO HERALD 4 Wednesday, lareli 16, 1910. dren's By James Forbes ? m il Novelized From Forbes's Play of the Same Name by JbAn W. Harding Copyright, 1908, by i. W. Dillingham Com pany. Every Saturday Day w Y III VC1 lie when setting forth clothing. When iGm' fyi ';ik I 1.1 $"?vJ P?"w i samzx&i. i" ";&.mM ,...$. 1 -1'iwwN.. 4, vw- 5 v-ww- Tt jr ' y. m&!C. m . .... - m. y& It r, m. wwmw B. Blumenthal Men's and Boy's Outfitters At the Bfumenthal Corner Capt. CadwaUader to Have More Mowers for Re sorters Alamo jSTews. Alamogordo, N. M., March 16. CapL E. F. Cadwallader, the proprietor of Mountain Park nurseries, reports pros perous times at Mountain Park. Capt. Cadwallader is known to many sum mer visitors to Clouctaroft as the "flower man." In addition to his al ready fine flower, garden he is now pre paring to plant several hundred dollars more of the finest flowers that can be found in America or Europe. He also if WE ABE' Exclusive Agents For "The Globe Tailoring Co...

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. — 16 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD "Wednesday, March 16, 1910. TZERLAND Si fair! Waists nri!Tnfii nil!! nr dim D IIII i .. - I f 1 Jwiwi ring S II T IE A shoe is only as good as its worst part and we are proving to a good many people by the use of the Regal Buzz-Saw in our store windows that the worst part of a shoe is pretty sure to be where the eye cannot detect it and it is likely to be one of those hidden parts which should, stand for long wear and shape-retention. Some of the weak spots of shoes which are merely good-looking weak spots which cannot easily be detected before purchase are poor innersoles, which no consumer investigates; poor outersoles, which are concealed beneath paint and finish; poor lasting, which does not take the stretch out of leather ; poor stitching, which cuts partially through both welt and insole. Such shoes are made to sell, not to wear. f Direct responsibility of tanner and manufacturer to the wearer is the only protection against such shoe-making. Regals are made in t...

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. — 16 March 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE "Wednesday, March 16, 1910. -k T5A JB-JL-4 JL. JtrSbX-? ettbllahed April, 1SS1. The El Paso Herald Includes also, by absorption aa accession. The Dally News. Tha Telegraph, The Telegram, The Tribune. The Graphic. The Sun, The Advertiser, The Independent, The Journal, The Republican. The Bulletin. KE3C3EH. ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC JSatercd at tho SI Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Seoond Class Rates. Xelcate& to the service of the people, that no good cause shall lack a chain 9on, and that evil cha.ll not thrive unopposed. i Bell. Auto. f Buaincse Office 215 1115 HERALD J Editorial Rooms .......e 2020 2020 V&L&PKGXXS. "1 Society Reporter ... 1019 V. Adrertislnir department 11 TSR5IS OF suBscnrPTioV. DaSly Herald, per month. 60c; per year, $7. Weekly Herald, per year, $2. The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Pasc, East EI Paso. Port EUae and Towne. Texas, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, at 60 cents a month. ...

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. — 16 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday, March 16, 1910. FederaJ Penitentiary at Atlanta 8l Model One Tresent Home of "Banker More Jfot a 'Waldorf-Astoria., htzt So. n if a ry and Cornfo rfa hie A Co n Oicts LooK AHKe to the Warden BlBlCrv Pi! AbsoSutQly Pur mSr COUNT! JUS OVER COTlllty Clerk Pitllian Re-1 ports 3S On OOnaltlOn 01 Countv Funds. County clerk Park pitman presented his quarterly report to the county com missioners Tuesday, showing the condi tion of the county finances -relative iov bonds, scrip and cash on hand, the net indebtedness of the county Jan. 31, 1910, being $203,924.75. Following is a summary: P Bonds Jury fund - . ? Road and bridge fund General fund Court house and jail fund 23,000 Jail improvement 10,000 Jail addition ". 25,000 Court house addition , 28,000 Road improvement and .maintenance 250,000 Funded Indebtedness f.". 2,000 Van Horn school house .J. S.000 Ysleta-El Paso road JTsleta fund - Balance Total - $401,308.40 Net county indebtedness, Jan. 31, 1910 -$203,924.7...

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. — 16 March 1910

' EL . PASO HERALD 9 B HB WK IB HH vHf - .8 Wednesday, March 16, 1910. fl timer ottf Happy Many Card 'Parties ILnliHJen In Club Circles rocial Gaiety Aff Bak hi arm hb mm W WK vJh aw HE HI Hi HI f SPRING SHOES I 8 There is a distinctive quality in the spring styles of our Oxfords, Ankle Ties and Pumps. The shapes are original and they-have an indi viduality of style' and finish that particular women like. I BLACK SUEDES $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50 PATENT GUN METAL and KID $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 i Little Folk Department A full and complete assortment of every thing that's beautiful in children's Ankle Straps and Pumps at reasonable prices. Patent Ankle Ties and Oxfords from $1.00 to $3.00 according to size 1 ' ,Wj SS GREATER EL PASO'S gSTB &Zt& fjrf y GREATEST SHOE STORE 5 13 & ??UateuUeZ - flip 1 WOMIjN By WIthrop Macivortli Praed. Woman! Thou loveliest gift that here below 3Ian can receive, or Providence bestow! To thee the eearliest offerings belong: Of...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 16 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday, March 16, 1910. Mr. J. EL Field, of Ber lin, Wis., lias lent four charming studies for the Feldman .Photo graphic Exhibition. Mr. Field's forte is home studies of child life. Gr. W. Harris, of Wash ington, 2S represented by two portraits made in the White House; one Miss Ethel Eoosevelt, the other Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. Exhibition hours 10 to 5 daily, Fred J. Feldman 308 San Antonio St MINISTER IK POLICE COUET Argument Over Alleged Bqr gus Dime Results in Arrests. An alleged counterfeit dime caused the errest of J. F. Elliott, who said he was a minister of the gospel and publisher of religious -tracts, and TV- B. Britt, a San Francisco street storekeeper this morning:, though both -were dismissed -when tried before judge T. C. Lea in police court. Britt stated to ithe court that Elliott had entered his place of business to purchase some fruit and had tendered a 10 cent piece which he discovered "was worthless. Then an argument ensued as to -whether or not...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 16 March 1910

EL PASO HER Wednesday, March 16, 1910. il .Addition irection - Downtown & ' I ' "; : ' ! it i I9a Ever since the Ark landed on Mount Ararat, wise men have loved to build their homes on the top of a hill or side of a mountain. Indeed, in level countries men have built arti ficial hills. Like many of human tendencies, fiiere are reasons back of it and wise ones. The house on a hill has a broader view, a wide sweep over the surrounding country. And a wide outlook is restful and strengthening. In its contemplation all the little barriers that hedge in a life fade away and something of the feeling comes that came to your hill top dweller of old lord of all he surveys. The air is sweeter on a hilltop than down iu the valley. And either the disease' germs can't fly high or they don't feel like making the effort, but people who live on a hill are healthier and less apt to be sick. Your hilltop home catches the cool summer winds. In El Paso, even in the hottest weather, there are cool wi...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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