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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 March 1910

Saturday March. 19 1910. Glassy - OCI L PASO HERAXB . (Mm hoes OW i3 r s For Easter An oft-ideated tale but true just the same that the Guarantee has the finest andlargest as- sortment of stylish and up-to-date Spring Shoes in El Paso. Easter will soon -be here and you will want the nicest pair of good looking shoes for the least possible' money and it is on just such a proposition where the Guarantee is strong. Tour cash goes further and does more service here than elsewhere and you also get style durability and a proper fit without extra cost. N ippatent and Ed AjMe Ties .and Pumps $3QQ? $35Q & $4.00 Black Suede 2 Eyelet Ties Ankle Ties and Pumps $4.00 $4.50 and $5.00 MEN'S OXFORDS $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 and $5-00. EDWIN CLAPP OXFORDS $6.00 and $7.00. Little Folks Department The new Eoman Shoes in white canvas tan kid and pat- ent leather $1.25 to $1.75 . According to quality and size. GREATER EL PASO'S GREATEST SHOE STORE (TkfM s Many Pleasant Affairs In Glub Circles Of the ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 March 1910

L PASO HERALD 20 Saturday March 19 1910. oston i 'Easter - . Predominating Styles in a Display Wonderful in Ex- clusiven'ess. Beautiful" Merchandise of the Finest uality in Assortments That "Will Be Favored By All ' 1 jNp j kore -Store. K -m. Mr ySiv ?.- Easter at the B m&- mmalrr Resplendent Wxtl Fashions N-? W.Z xiliKxsasF ..33sfctea& v Wy w .r a A - Costumes worth to $55.00 for 5 ffx lJrw SHkWI Alr 6P 8 iliii Mflftwlilffll XTA r- r iLju ? ;-au? iiu iiiiiajf-rraiBs r . -r? ; x i .s?- v& s ? Six?s aj'-.ssisiiKEt zmmmm s? "k Ar t J.'5 Wfc'$f --sm SrrKl 11 v rj?s-fi' h- k i ?a: CS TT ' !!?;:! Ifiivii iSM m ' Lingerie JJ-r i41r Ml lW&m&iU&M'MBFw &?WM$l fS i - yfaKSstr? special 4. . . EAUTIFUL Fabrics Gowns Costumes Suits Waists White Wear etc. are prominently displayed for our patron's selection. For Easter You Can Meet You'r Every Wish And Requirement in a manner pleasing to desire and means. Moderate prices are as popular here as in the distinctiveness an...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD m asketbali Tournament Is Opened Here Gossip About Ball and ortm gNews Not News By N. M. Jack Johnson preacher. That Is the latest wheeze which the black man -with the bundle has slipped over on an innocent newspaper reading public. It happened at Minneapolis which is in Minn. but any old town would do just as well for the scene of Jack's latest bea.nstalk stunt. "The influence of my Christian mother" was Johnson's text and the story runs that he got away wlth it beaujifully using his powerful right and his shift to good effect in sparring with the king's English. Thank goodness it is only a litle less than four months for this kind of guff. o Every fan in El Paso is watching the Los Angeles dispatches for news of big Bill Sullivan who has been seriously 111 In a hospital there with blood poison- ing. Sullivan who was manager of the White Sos last year was here with the team and while he did not make a large number of friends he has a big follow- ing in El Paso as his...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday March 19 1910. llilil i. i llllll The Freshest and Best Delicatessen Goods in the City Home Cooked Premium Ham Eresli Eoast Pork Ham Beef and Veal Eoast Chicken and Potato Salad Veal Loaf and Jelly Tongue Smoked Salmon Smoked White Pish Boneless Codfish Extra Pine Salt Mackerel Pickled Corn Beef Brisket Knackwurst- Sausage Liverwurst Sausage Cream Cheese Neufchatel Cheese Smoked Tongues Sliced Chip Beef Pipe and Green Olives in Bulk Fresh Texas Eggs Per Dozen . . . 25c 18 Pounds Granulated Sugar for $1. Send Us Your Phone 151. 210-212 Is Spring Equinox and First Sunday After Krst Full Moon After This Date Is Eatser. Next Monday is the spring1 equinox one of two days In the year when the day ana the night are of equal length and It marks the beginning of what is com- monly called the spring season and the longer days. It is also the day that regulates Easter since the first full moon after equinox and equinox is always on the 21st of March regulates that impor...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 March 1910

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 March 1910

M i NEW ARRIVALS I omen s Patent leather new heels new strap fastenings; styles at E xtra Specia Patent ankle strap new at cgSsSS?o- ONLY TEN DAYS LEFT In Which To Buy A Gas Range On Credit : : : : : And Save $ If yon install a G-as Range this summer you will save money every time that yon nse it. Yon will also save yourself the bringing in of fuel and the discomfort of an overheated kitchen. v But if you install a Gas Range- this month you make an additional saving of ?&Q0. Until April7 1st ve offer Gas Ranges on credit at the cash price. Ordinarily are make a discount of $3.00 to anyone -wiho pays cash. When the really -warm Treather comes you -will have to have a- Gas Range. Why not install it the next ten days "when by so doing you can save $3.00? (The above offer applies to any flat top Range -in stock.) U The "New Process" or "Cabinet" Ranges A! distinct step forward are the "New Process7' or " Cabinet" Gas Eanges. Stop in the next time you are down town and look them over...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday March 19 1910. 25 K We Want To Have a Talk With AH the Sick of This City and Surrounding Country If you have some stubborn deep-seated chronic disease for -n-Tiieh. you have been unable to find a cure consult us before it is too late consulta- tion is FREE. If we can't -honestly convince you of our ability to cure you ive will not expect you to take treatment. WE CAN CURE YOU IF YOU ARE CURABLE. We want you to give us an opportunity to tell you what we know about chronic diseases our methods of treatment and way of doing business which has enabled us to establish a reputation and practice which we be- lieve to be second' to none in tlus country. We do not treat all diseases. Our entire time and abilities are devoted to chronic diseases of men and women those diseases that do not keep a person in bed but which gradually make inroads upon their system until they are both unfit for business or pleasure. They are a constant handicap and" if neglected or treated i...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD' f Hk " k b Itih fB T S 'B H B k& IB fB H B NHl Sh h B w. & sh h HH 9H &l PB h km wm fH m JHF i Hlr l. h k 1 IBL B B flE B 9K Hue BBI9S BfeB iiifl MSE! rkuBPtih IBBI SSBSlink sis sCs B9I few HBb SJKa 93 Kb JHBrIk. !kb iiiR BbBB 2 Bk BflE iB iIh iiib IS ity of El Paso BE MAY 10 1910 SST March ID B i MARCH 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 M AGNIFICEN T PRIZES. There will be Four Grand Prizes Twelve District Prizes and numerous Special Prizes rand Prizes 1st Grand Prize 2nd Grand Prize 3rd Grand Prize 4th Grand Prize $1250 Overland Touring Car $800 Apollo Player Piano Two Trips to New York via all Water Route AH Expenses Paid 400 Hobart M. Cable Piano J Contest District No. 1 Includes all of west Texas (outside of El Paso) and the territory adjacent to the Na- tional Lines of Mexico in Mexi...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 March 1910

Saturday March 19 1910. 27 n EL PASO HERALD imM OF HARftiES will brighten up the ap- pearance of your buggy. You'll be surprised at the difference a new set of har- ness -will make a"nd you will enjoy a very agreeable sur- prise vhen you see how cheap you can purchase a nice set of buggy harness- If you need anything in the harness buggy or saddlery line you will find our stock the most complete and the prices the most reasonable. HE. MYERS OMPAN' "The Buggy People" 310 S. El Paso St ATTENTION! Poultry Raisers! We hsvejnat received a consignment ol KJRJNA POULTRY FBEQS Cf3J CBd ezssiine fbem. POULTRY FEESS iy no drit Which ma We weight. Thev contain absolute! -v tub burnt rjc smutty wheat. Your chick ens will thrive upon this feed it's a experiment but a practical feed far practical poultry raisers. QOB3A JA Sftd ft& ifX sample of it BQSLSJOBKJ 0. 6 Seefon & Son ElPaam ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS Independent Assay Office I.A1 ARLIMMLLl 1HHK. 1 D..Bbckhabt.E.. Proprietor. ASer.t ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 March 1910

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 March 1910

ALD E! Paso Texas Monday f vening March 21 f 910-12 Pages All the 'eir Herald Prints!! first While It's Frcsn. FT PASO V Judge Fines Leaders Ten Thousand Dollars and Two Years in Prison. WORKED FAKE SPOUT GAMES Council Bluffs. la. March 21. The maximum penalty of t:rc years in ihe federal penitentiary at Leavenworth and a fine of ? 10000 was meted out to J..hn C Maybray ana nine others ly judge McPherson today when they ap- peared for sentence follorrir.gr their con- viction Sunday for extensive swindling. Four others received less severe sen- tences. Aside from Maybray those receiving the full penalty were: Edward Loser. Edward K. Morris Tom S. Robinson Edward Leach Clarence Forbes Harry Forbes Ed McCoy Clarence Class and Williard Powell- Bert Shores and "William Marsh who pleaded guilty. were sentenced to lo months in tne penitentiary and a fine of $100 each. Winford Harris who also pleaded guilty and Frank Scott were sen- tenced to six months in jail and fined $100 each. Motions ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 March 1910

Eyster's C O D. Grocery Corner Kansas and Boulevard Two Bell Phones 844 and- 823. Ind. Phone 1691. No Special Sales hut Lower Prices Every Day and Every Week than Others on Special Sales. Every Item Sold Positively Guaranteed. Mountain Park Eggs (never 4 days old) per doz. . .30c Strictly Fresh Texas Eggs 2 doz. for 45c Strictly Fresh Blue Ribbon Butter 3 lbs for $1.00 Potatoes positively the very best 15 lbs for 25c Onions (dry and good) 7 lbs for 25c Valley Sweet Potatoes 8 lbs. for 25c 10 lbs Cottolene for " .'$1.50 4 lbs Cottolene for - 60c Eancy Bellflower Apples 3 lbs for " 25c I&ney Lemons per doz 3 doz Extra Good Oranges for Larger Oranges per dozen 25c 30c and California Seedless Grape- fruit (large size) 3 lor Eancy Bellflower Apples 3 lbs for Tangarines per dozen Large Fancy Queen Olives per pint Large Eancy Queen Olives per quart Largest Size Itfll Pickles per dozen Heinze's Sauerkraut per lb 20c 50c 40 c 25c 25 c 20c 25c 45 c 20c 5c $1.00 California Olive Oil full m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 March 1910

EL Monday March 21 1910. jy i $ - $5? E8Srrr WALTHAM WATCHES ttfcinil&iMi ill I Will Take Biirro Patrol and El Paso Hats and Juarez Tequla Along. "On to New Orleans" is the cry of the Shriners these days. Do you Every American knows that Waltham Watches are good watches. A watch should always be bought from a responsible jeweler. Jewelers are educated in watch-making. They can see if a watch is in the same perfect condition as when it left the factory and can detect and remedy any little accidental defect it may have received in transportation as well as regulate it to your personal habit and occupation. Moreover the Waltham Watch Company ivill guarantee every Waltham Watch sold by a recognized watchmaker or jeweler. Never buy a watch Waltham or any other except from a jeweler. Mail order houses are not in our opinion property equipped to handle good watches. The Waltham Watch Compaq will not guarantee watches bought from such concerns. it i WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY y WALTHAM MASS....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Monday March 21 1910. f RAILROAD XEWS. Lump In Your Stomach TUCSON TO HAVE Bia CELEBRATION A Farm In "La Cuadrilla" Pays For I RiO GRANDE STREET MM - - ' " -" - mm Bt four Building Sites Twenty-four miles dbwnthe galley on the macadamized road. "We are cutting up into five acre tracts a beautiful alfalfa farm with an extraordinarily good stand of alfalfa. As fertile as any California land. These tracts are being sold at $250.00 per acre. Terms 10 cash balance $15.00 per month. Cheaper than similar land. Each tract is fenced. This year's crop to the purchaser. "Water paid for. Pumping plant assures water. Two morning trains to El Paso. Two evening trains back. Good health is of paramount importance. Build your home here in a beautiful open country cool breezes over the green alfalfa fields through the open doors and windows bring the ruddy color of health to the ill. Get away from the noise dust dirt and heafof the city. " You owe it to yourselves and to your children....

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

EL PASO HERALD Monday March 21 1910. 5 . . : - ZZ r-nnf. Today's News of the Great Southwest LSkI liKllLLMl f!T.nVT.RT?nP . TT2P.TW I.IIkHIIIII HnRW Concrete block manufacturer ft! A Tl i 0 A Hi ITft Di I I HJI ufiiL u nuuLU umi lulu ini BIJiSM Miss Maud Abbott of Mon- terey Is Thrown Twice and Injured. Monterey X. 31.. March 21. While out riding Sunday afternpon Miss Maud Abbott Tvas thrown from her horse twice and seriously bruised. The first time she was thrown her horse ran into I. O. Wetmore's buggy. She was thrown into the buggy The horse be- came frightened and the buggy was overturned and marked up consider- able. Mr. Wetmore escaped wit-bout injury but Mrs. Wetmore had her hip pretty badly hurt. Miss Abbott es- caped with a few bruises and scratches. She agin mounted her t horse and started up the street. The horse got scared at a piece of paper and jumped from under her. Her foot caught in the stirrup and she was dragged con- siderable distance. Her horse -was finally stop...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 March 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE Monday' March. 21 1910. EL PASO HERALD ExtLKllsheH April. ISSi. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption &ad accession. Tha Daily News. The Telegraph. The Telegram The Tribune. The Graphic Tlie Sun The AdverUser The Independent. The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. iGEXBEa JiSSGCIATED PRESS AKD AMER. XEWSP. PUBLISHKRS ASSOO Satined at tha SI Paso Postofflce for Transmission at Second Class Rates. P!eute to the service oi tha people that no good cause shall lack a chsA- Slon. and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. f Business Offie JLKJtAXO ntucpHoxxx. ! Eai Editorial Rooms .............. 1 Society Reporter Advertising department TEItHS OP SUBSCUrPTIOIW. DJ2r Herald. r morth 60c: per year. 57. Weekly Herali per year. $2. The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Peso. East" El Paso. Fort Zlisc and ToTvnc Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on Ills paper changed will plsase fcat iz hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 March 1910

Monday March 21 1910. Great Muscular Endurance Ei5M! wsasMa&k ij JTjHLi i UiidV o 1 w Wo OX Lll$3 LJlCdL kJOLLLiiWG&L W "'" ' ' " ' . - - - . . - .- . ' ' - ' " MBI j0mjsm.wzm IID DDIfE fill I lUVli FOOD will give to those who desire it great muscular endurance as it's a combination of the important natural food products WHEAT OATS RICE and BARLEY. The only food of its kind upon the market An excellent food for all ages especially growing children as the essence of vitality and growth abides in natural foods. Ask your Grocer. BUILD SAWMILL Plant Will Have Capacity of 250000 Feet Every 24 Hours. - " Chihuahua Mex. March 21. "W. B. isctrcn u ju xCbicu u! u-. perintendency of the great lumber en terprise of the Madera company limited at Madera Chih. is going1 back to the city of Durango in the state of Du- rango to build there a sawmill -with a capacity of 250-000 feet every 24 hours; also a planing mill and box fac- tory. This enterprise is to be established by a Mexican compa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 - Monday March 21 191j0. Fans Fans Don't Buy Electric Fans When You Can Rent Them The Standard Electric Co. 107 S. Stanton St. j IX THE CHURCHES. IX THE CHURCHES. P NT W E E K IS MOST HE YEAR WITH TO SOLEMN OF E CHURCHES IN THE CHURCHES. CALVARY CHURCH IS OVERHAULED paraca Class Touches Up Interior Women and Men to Have Social. Sunday -was a fine aay lor the Cal- vary Baptist church. -The. Baraca class had retouched the entire auditorium and refurnished the pulpit platform un- til it was as pretty And attractive as possible. They have also ornamented their class room and have a vigorous growing class. " - Ir. Hanks preached at the morning service from the question: "How can they preach except they be sent?" and he discus&ed God's part and man's part in sending the gospel to the lost The church -will make its contribution to home missions next Sunday and ex- pects to do considerable more -than It did last year. The month of April will be foreign mission month and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 March 1910

y if 1 1 1 1 1 It r r H S WATER vsERs called WmimML I U U J- - 1 1 U Las Cruees to Discuss Situ- l 53o ) fflBfjlfifflP KTff fit r ill r fl m n ation and Reply to Al- ' S fMKmMaPR&nml QT' ! r if rllH buquerque People. . . I l J "I u 1 I ' m. -tteeu district engineer or the rj x ns BTl nil Ffi n 1 eslf Hi A Ptl?nil i c X S m P" ; P F& B S T" IB!"?!! SDSil MlRllllF ces Tuesday morning to attend a mass Oil IVl IllSi i U ft 5 i 1 I HI H HI til I ft lllhll IbIiSiS I 1 K if I I Si 11010 I LlUWlSV meeting which is to he held there Tues- ----... 1IBJIUU11H lllilll &.S1JUU B S i- ikiiii .... Ill 11.11 .1 day afternoon. PR 0017 TUP !BI FOtlT mflilTII Fl fl 0 III! I IS P Ufl Pf Many Will Be Appointed Wio Have Not Volun- teered Work Needed. WILL CHECK THE GOVERNMENT Butchers bakers and candlestick makers to say nothing of bankers merchants and lawyers will oe snook- lng from house to house this week asking- the inevitable question "Who lives here and are there any more at home like y...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 Monday March 21 1910. FOR RENT HOUSES. .HORSES. VEHICLES. ETC. FOR SALE RJCAL ESTATE- FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. (koi OW jAKEt j2T T VS MRb STALL V ' rEAcH mrsTstall JBmt'$!fr' ) JibjA E 5E! oup Sr.yN fiSFTWeKT.'tSia Chings Lost and Jound; Personals and Public Notices 1 Cmt Wari. X Ad. I Tim SSe. LOST FOUND. IF YOU LOSE AATTHiSG advertise It here. It will be returned to you If an honest person finds It. Remarkable re- coveries Are brought about every ay threuun this column. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED Men for actual contract work no expense to learn electricity plumbing bricklaying automobiles in few months. 200 students last year. "Write for tree catalog. U. T. School Con. Co.. 234 Aliso St. Los Angeles. WAKTBD-rMES TO LEARN BARBER TRADE. Few weeks required. Splen- did trade forToor man. Be your own boss. Can start shop with small capi- tal or work $12 to $20 weekly. Good demand for barbers. Further informa- tion free. Holer Barbe...

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