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Arrange Your Summer Trip Now To California
ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS, SUMMER RESORTS, ETC. YOU CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT, FISH, HUNT,
SAIL OR CAMP, PLAY TENNIS, GOLF, BOWL, DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AMONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA
TURE, MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RESORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OFFICE.
6100 FT. HIGH
Wry I V4
K r '-K
IT Ti '
Most Ckarmingr Moun
tain Resort in the
An Ideal Resort to
Spend Tour Vacation.
Or a Trip To
Tlie Beach Paradise.
BAY CITY, BALBOA,
Or at any of the Great
Summer Resorts on the
Great Pacific Electric
For Booklets and In
D. A. 3IUNGER,
G. P. A.. Pacific
Electric K. R.,
The Dry Marine
Is Simply Delightful
There Is "No Dampness
SPEND YOUR 1910 VACATION
TVHERE IT TVTLL BE MOST EN
JOYED. GAME AND FISHING PLEN
TIFUL. HOTEL accommodations gocd,
boating, bathing", golf, tennis and every
thing of enjoyment for the whole fam
ily. Those MOONLIGHT LAUNCH RIDES
are simply jrreafc.
CAMP GROUND AT CATALINA
WITH WATER FREE. GET THAT IN
104 Pacific Electric BIdg.,
Los Angeles, Calif.
EL REPOSO SANITARIUM,
RANCH AND HEALTH RESORT.
SIERRA MADRE, CALIF.
A moderate priced sanitarium lor .he
scientific treatment of diseases of
throat and lungs. Physicians and Grad
uate Nurses in constant attendance.
Tent House"-, Mission Bungalows, Art
vRCtrfafts Shtro, Club House.
THEODORE D. KAXOUSE, Sunt.
-"We will be pleased to have you make
your headquarters at this centrally lo
cated and reasonably priced hotel
while you are in Los Angeles.
427 South Olive Street
Rates 75c perday and up.
Corner Sixth, and Alvarado Sts.,
Los ABgeles, Cal.
Five aiinntes front Business Center. In
aristocratic residence district, overlook
ing West Lake Park. Special accom
modations and rates to people in El
Paso and vicinity.
"VVai. B. CORWIN, Owner and Manager.
The Herald has provided a vis-
itors' gallery especially for the
pleasure and interest of its
patrons. Come in any time
between 12:30 p. it. and 4:30
p. m. and see the best equipped
newspaper plant in the south
west. The Big Press Runs
No Press Room Secrets
About Herald Circulation.
LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA
THE SURF BATHING IS SIMPLY DELIGHT
FUL. LIFE GUARDS always in attendance. The
VIRGINIA has her own hath houses but a stones
throw from the breakers- The beach at Long
Beach is noted as the SAFEST BEACH on te'
California Coast. " Life boats always close to
shore. PLAN NOW TO SUMMER AT THE VIR
GINIA. For RATES AND INFORMATION
CARLETON GILBERT, Manager.
Battle Creek Sanitarium Methods
SPECIAL $12.50 PER WEEK UPWARDS. ' FINESTAND BEST
OTTTIfRfCO EQUIPPED INSTITUTION WEST OF BATTLE
OUIrllViilK. CREEK. EVERY LUXURY AND COMFORT.
PATF DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET FREE.
IVX A HiO w RAY SIMPSON. Mahacer LONG BEACH, CAL
22 miles south of Los Angeles. 33 minntctt ride from Los Angeles.
It is now time for you to consider the place you -will most enjoy your sum
mer months. THE LONGEST BEACH on Pacific Coast. Surf Bathing, Life
Saving stations, one of the BEST BATH HOUSES, costing- $100,000; double
decked Pleasure Pier. Fishing. "THE PIKE," "THE WALK OF A THOUS
AND LIGHTS." FREE BAND CONCERTS afternoons and evenings, Dancing,
Skating Rink, Double Whirl Coaster, Spiral Aerial "Way. 7 Moving Picture
Shows, "Vaudeville. If you are not familiar with this most attractive place,
take the trip, become so. IT WILL BEAR INVESTIGATION.
W. L. CAMP, Secy. Long Beach Chamber of Commerce.
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EUROPEAN. 75c to S2.50
AMERICAN, S1.75 TO S3.00
FREE AUTO BUS
MEETS ALL TRAINS
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
EUROPEAN. BOe TO 82.00
TROUT - DEER - RECREATION
AT SCOTT'S CAMP, 4 MILES RIDE FROM LOS ANGELES.
Located at the junction of two beautiful mountain streams. Good food,
good beds, clear spring water and delightful nooks. Trout are often served at
This being our opening season a special FREE OFFER will be made the
first fifteen people answering this advertisement from each "place. For free
information and literature address SCOTT'S. CAMP, 502 Stimson Bldg.. Los An
LOST RHEU3IATISM A.-VJO ST03IACH TROUBLES.
FOUND HEALTH AND HAPPINESS AT 3IURRIETA HOT SPRINGS.
Murrieta, Cal. America's finest sulphur mud baths andVswimmfng pool.
Booklet and information bureau or by writing.
FRITZ GUENTHER, Prop. H. GUENTHER. Manncer.
437 SO. BROADWAY.
In the midst of the business and amuse
ment district. ,New and modern. Long
distance jJhone in every room. Special
summer rates, 50c per day and up. No
better accommodations in the city. Un
der managampnt of B. W. HOPKINS.
LOS ANGELES, CAL. JNO. S. MITCHELL.
1 person $1.00 to $1.50 a day. With private bath: 1 person $1.50 to $3.
2 persons ?1.50 to $3.00 per day. . 2 persons 52.50 to $5.00.
3l 1 Fit ! lldi iTirHnintef7ifI
uwHwtii; ,n'l rirwTH ft a qpwyjpgl
ONE OF THE NEWEST
AND FINEST HOTELS
BROADWAY AT SEVENTH
COOPER & DAVIS, LrascKS
Free Auto. Bus Meets All TraiHs.
IN LOS ANGELES
Beautifully furnished apartments and
rooms. In heart of. city. An Ideal sum
mer home. Close to all theaters, etc.
Write for rates and booklets.
Seventh and Ficueroa.
JAMES A. CORRIE, Manager.
. Own a Summer
DELIGHTFUL AND COOL
One of the finest benches on the Pa
cific coast. Finest of boatlnjr. bnth
Ins" flshinpr and limiting:. Yon can buy
a lot and have home built at actual
cost, and fln'shed for this season. AVrite
us today for information, maps, etc.,
also about our big free house contest.
R. HYNES & CO., East Newport, Cal.
Mountain View Inn
Special family rates.
Lnr&e beautiful grounds with sports.
Large cool -veranda. An Ideal place,
to spend the summer. Sea breezes. 910
per week and up.
"Write for further Information.
MANAGER. Mountain View Inn,
P MOORE'S -
PILES, CHILBLAINS. TCLONS. BURNS. ETC
A VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD SALVE.
ALL DRUGGISTS HAVE IT OR WILL OBTAIN ON REQ.UtST
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES.
fV-fce 25 Cents.
UNGLEVtMICHAELS CO. SAN FRANCISCO.
POI'IITH AT AT ATX" JT.
ClOSft tO all fhflatroc Jn1 try hoort rf VmcinoCi .IktWot
Tlli- .. A. 4 - .... -
-. i i-cw miuuLes oi an rauwav stations, me cars to an l
suburban places of amusement, the mountains and beaches pass the I
rtnnr TTT! A TTT'TTTTTT T ir -.. ti i . . i ..-. I
, r IZ ttiX X:L'-'A-LLJ-L iU'"'a"eu ana moaern in every respect xii
VA2. NUYS CAFE IS FAMOUS THE WORLD OVER and is UNEXCEL
LED IS CALIFORNIA. GET THAT BOOKLET OF INTERESTING
VIEWS AND SUMMER RATES by writing E. L. POTTER CO., C. H.
KNAPPE, MANAGER. Van Nuys. Los Angeles, Ca-i
Fielding J. Stilson Co.
Paid up capital, 150,000.
Members Los Angeles Stock Ex-
OIL STOCKS a specialty.
305 H. AV. HELIMAN BLDG.,
Los Angeles. Cal.
Pico Street, at Flower.
RATES: 75c and up -without bath;
$1.00 and up with bath. .
Hot and cold water, Cftectric light,
steam heat, local and lngr distance
phone service in every roojji.
The Land Where the
Take a Rest From This
High, Dry Climate,
It Will Do :.
You a World of
Sunset Route Offers the Following Round Trip Rates
For the Summer:
During the Month of MAY; Limit 6 Months:
Los Angeles, $50.00 San Francisco, $60.00
During Months of June, July, August, September; Limit Oct. 31:
Los Angeles, $45.00 San Francisco, $50.00
SPECIAL LOW RATES:
Los Angeles, $30.00 San Francisco, $40.00
July 2nd to 8th inclusive.
July 25th to 28th inclusive.
August 30th to September
September 24th to 30th in
clusive. " . '
Limit 3 months, but not later than Oct.
, - s,i ; . " r f: "" t? 5 ' J
CITY TICKET OFFICE
St. Regis Hotel
"2Zi r- , ' J v 'S , -'
The Heralds Las Cruces News Bureau
FARMERS TO BALE
HAY RIGHT SIZE
Matter Is Discussed at Las
Cruces Meeting Dealer
Las Cruces, N. M., May 9. There was
only a small gathering; of farmers pres
ent at the meeting qf -the Mesilla Valley
Produce Exchange for tho members ou
Several points of interest were , dis
cussed but the main topicvwas that of
the season's alfalfa crop, and, taking
as a basis past experiences in growing,
cutting, maturing and baling, in coit
nection with complaints on shipments
which have been received during the
past season, the matter was discussed j
with a view of eliminating as far as t
possible everything that would keep"
this season's crop from going to the
market to make every bit of it a stand
TV. T. "Wilson, of the TV. T. TVilson
Grain Co., at Nacogdoches, Tex., was
present and as his firm handles a great
deal of 'hay from this valley as well as
other hay, he was in a position to give
and did give a great deal of information
to those present, and there was one
point that Mr. TVilson gave a very de
cided answer on when asked in regard
to the size of bales which met favor in
tire market. Not under 30 bales to the
ton to 3? bales to the ton with 32 bales
to the ton as being the preference, ,he
said. He further saftl that his firm only
handled' bales weighing heavier than 30
to the 'ton when there was no -other
available but that the farmers are
meeting the demand elsewhere and that
in the Rio Grande valley were getting
into line and that it was no trouble
now to get the right weight bales.
After some discussion of the meeting
which is to be held in Albuquerque on
Wednesday, the 11th, and which,' It is
understood by the people of the valley,
is to create a sentiment against Un
building of the Elephant Butte dam,
manager Phillips, who was acting chair
man of the meeting, was empowered to
appoint a committee of five, Including
himself, to join, the delegation appointed
from the Water Users association. .
A. & M. ATHLETES
Take 54 Points 5at Track-and
"nKi;i r. tti "D utt
and High There. - -
Agricultural College, N. M.. May 9.
The athletes of the A. & ii. coHege came
out of the track and .field meet here
with first honors and a large majority
of points, 'taking 54 of the available 71
The El Paso Y. M. C. A. was second with
14 points, and the El Paso high' school
was third with 13 points.
Tvo records were broken, Chenoweth
of the high team covering a half mile
in 2:14; which isthe territorial record
.umsey of the "Y" made 19 feet 5
inches in the running broad jump.
The official scorer's records show:
100 yard' dash Harrison, A. & M.,
first; Mayer, A. & JL second; Kuhn
E. P. H. S.,' third. . Time, 11 second's.
440 yard dash Merrill. A & M., first;
Chenoweth, E. P. H. S.. second; Clayton
A.& M., third. 'Time, o7 seconds.
8S0 'yard run Chenoweth, .E. P. H. S.,
first;' Bone, A. &M., second; Clayton, A.
&-MI, third.-Time, 2 minutes, 14 seconds-
220 low hurdles Harrison, A. Sz. M-,
first; Blain, A. & M.. second; Broull
let. Y. M. C. A.,' third. .Time, 29 sec
onds. - -
.Running. high jfamp Nabours, A. &
M,. firstrSmith, A. & M., second; Miller,
Y. M. C.A., third.. lieght. 5 fee,t, 1 inch.
Running broad jump TRumsey, Y. M.
C. A., first; I.oretz, E. P. JI. S.. second;
Lyons; "A. & M.f third. "Distance, 19 feet,
5 inches. , a'sgy
12-lb. shpt put Redding, -A.. & M.,
first; Bausman, A. & M. secoAid; Boone,
A. & M'.,' third. Distance, 42. feet, 6
Pole vault Talabra, A. & M., first;
Pickens 'and Halle, Y. M. C. A. tie for
second and third. Height 9 feet. 1 Inch.
Relay, 1 mile A. & M., first; Y. M. C
A., second; E. P. H. S., third.
Total . & M., 54 points; Y. M. a
A., 14 points; E. P. H. S., 13 points.
UP AT LAS CRUCES
Guadarama to Be Sentenced
June 1 Court Rcon-
Las Cruces, X. Ml, May 9.
postponing the hearing of Dai
daramas plea .for arrest of
judge Parkqr today adjourned" cour
June 1. On that date he will
tiuadaraniag plea. In the meantlr
the i-Tisoiier, conviqted .on a murdec
charge, is remanded to Jail without ball.
During the present term 16 persona
have been convicted and sentenced to
penitentiary terms and two .have heen
given jail sentences.
District court was to have closed "here
Saturday njght and all Business was
closedTup except the case of Guadarama,
ho was awaiting sentence of the court
under a verdict of "murder In the' second
degree for the klljiins of Ignaclo Pena
on the night of Feb. 5. A motion was
entered for a new hearing, which was
overruled. Then the motion in arrest of
judgment was filed.
MEXICAN MAY LIVE
WITH HIS WOUND
Although he, Lost 90 Percent
of His Blood, Graces
Mail Yet Alive. -
Las Cruces, N. M., May a. Little more
can be learned of the almost double
tragedy, which occurred, on Hillsdale
ranch, 12 miles north of Las Cruces Sat- 1
urday morning, further than wasstated
in Saturday's Herald.
Snnto?" Loner who wn; -ivnu-nrlof? in
the arm and had lost nearly 90. percent!
of his blood before receiving medical
attention, Is getting along remarkably
well, with fair chances for his life. The
30-30 soft nose bullett entered the fore
arm above the elbow. It came out be
lo wthe elbow, severing the artery and
muscles, making a wound 12 or 14
Inches in circumference
Charlie Sibley, the dead foreman, was
buried at Dona Ana Saturday evening,
the fatal wound causing Instant death.
LAS CRUCES PERSO.ViVLS.
TO GIVE, CONCERT.
Las Cruces, JN. M., May 5. The Las
Cruces MuVical club will give a benefit
on Thursds.y evening in the armory, the
receipts to go towards clearing the
deficiency for teachers' salary during
the last month of -school.
Las Cruces, N. M May 9. Miss Vida
Penney, fourth grade teacher of the
public schools, left Sunday evening for
Albuquerque, her home, for the summer
Miss Nellie Bllckenstaff, - sister ol
Mrs. Howard TVagner and teacher of tha
second grade in the public school, re
turned Sunday evening to her home in
North Manchester, Ind.
Mrs. Gray F. Dunlap and children, of
Meslila Park, spent Sunday with Mrs. O.
The marriage of Jose B. Garaunez tc
Miss Maria Anna Cuaron was solem
nized this morning at the Catholic
church before a largei assemblage.
Deputy district attorney Morgan O.
Llewellyn has gone to Hlllsboro to at
The following guests are registered at
Hotel Don Barnardo: John T. TVarreJ,
El Paso; Geo. D. Warden. Los Angeles;
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Newell. Detroit; Ed
Franklin. Denver; A. J. Boyd. Paris;
TV. M. Hollls, Paris; J. E. Clark, Santa
Fe; Chas. B. Kehrman, St. Louis; Will
R. Hill, Kansas. City
Las Cruces, N. M., ,May 9. Governor
William J. Mills has Issued a proclam
ation setting aside next Sunday, May 13,
to be observed throughout the terri
tory as Mother's Day.
OLDEST AND STRONGEST
IN DONA ANA COUNTY