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SAIL OR CAMP, PLAY TENNIS, GOLF, BOWL, DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AMONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA
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SPEXD A VACATION A
MILE ABOVE THE SEA
.4XD EX JOY THE MOUX
TAIN AIR A3IONG THE
GREAT FIXES AXD
$3 PER DAY. $15 PER 1VK.
OR AX' OUTING AT
"Where FINE HOTELS.
COTTAGES and APART
MENTS WILL. BE FOUND.
Huntington Beach. Balboa,
Newport Beach, Bay City.
THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC
R. R. reaches SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA'S best resorts.
Booklet and Informa
tion. D. A. Hunger, G.
P. A. P. E. Railway Co.,
Los Angeles, Cal.-
The Sports of the Day at
Offers everr accommodation. Her own PRIVATE
DRESSING ROOMS, SHOWERS and attendants
to care for batihing suits. To those in quest of
perfect surf bathing isdli find LONG BEACH su
perior to any beach on. coast. LET THE FAM
ILY HAVE EVERY LUXURY ON THEIR'VACA
TION. THE VIRGINIA offers perfect service at
SUMMER RATES. WRITE FOR BOOKLET
CARLETON GILBERT, Manager.
Great Canvas City
SPECIAL $12.50 PER WEEK UPWARDS. FINEST AND BEST
fiTTXfKjrrn equipped institution west of battle
DUiVJLlVlIx CREEK. every luxury and COMFORT.!
I? A TV DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET FREE.
I. 1 lL w HAY SIMPSON, Manascr LONG BEACH, CAL.
and Enjoy the Dry Marine
Never any dampness, altcays perfect.
Game and Pishing Plentiful.
Hotel accommodations GOOD.
Nothing Like Those Moon
light Mght Launch Rides.
CAMP GROUND WITH TVATER FREE.
Plan to go to Catalina Now.
Write for interesting booklet.
Pacific Electric Building;.
Los Aneeles, CaL
10 3IILES OF CAXIFORNLV'S FINEST BEACH ENJOYED AT
L.OCVTED ON THE PACIFIC OCEAN -22 JIILES SOUTH OF LOS ANGELES.
35 MINUTES RIDE FROM LOS ANGELES ON THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC
I RAILWAY FROM SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS.
Roads for DRIVING and MOTORING. PERFECT SPLENDID ASPHAX.T
BOULEVARD. A FINELY EQUIPPED BATHHOUSE COS1ING $100,000. Ex
cellent fishing from MAMMOTH PIER. Daily excursions to fishing banks.
THE VIRGINIA COUNTRY CLUB. THE FAMOUS HOTEL VIRGINIA. 400
rooms. FIREPROOF, other good hotels. Plenty of cottages and apartments.
THE THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES to Long Beach this summer will see many
great improvements. The new LIE SAVING STATION operated on the
cable principal, the most novel and practical kind in the world, will be
W. L. CAMP. SECRETARY.
CHAMBER OF C03IMERCE,
Long Beich, Cnl.
ONE OF THE NEWEST
AND FINEST HOTELS
BROADWAY AT SEVENTH
COOPER & DAVIS, Lessees
Free Auto. Bus Meets AH Trains.
AN IDEAL Sl'MMER HOME. Beauti
fully furnished. Heart of city. Close
to shopping and theater districts.
VRITE TODAY FOR SUMMER RATES
and. Interesting folder.
Seventh and Flfirueroa Sta.,
Los Angeles, Cal.
JAMES A. CORRIE. Max.
EL REPOSO SANITARIUM,
RANCH AND HEALTH RESORT.
SIERRA 3IADRE, CALIF.
A moderate priced sanitarium for the
scientific treatment of diseases of
throat and lungs. Phj-sicians and Grad
uate Nurses in constant attendance,.
Tent Houses, Mission Bungalows, Art
and Crafts Shop, Club House.
THEODORE D. KANOUSE, Supt.
We will be pleased to have you make
your headquarters at this centrally lo
cated and reasonably priced hotel
while you are in Lcs- Angeles.
427 South Olive Street
Rates 75c per day and ud.
Corner Sixth end Alvarado Sts.,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Five Minutes froni Business CeHtcr. In
aristocratic residence distrifct. overlook
ing West Lake Park. Special accom
modations and rates to people in El
Paso and vicinity.
WM. B. COR-WXN, Ovraer aad 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. ns. and 4:30
p. m. and see the best equipped
newspaper plast in the south
west. Tke Big Press Runs
No Press Room Secrets
About Herald Circulation.
EUROPEAN, 75c to S2.50
A3IERICANV? 1.75 TO 83.00
FREE AUTO BUS
MEETS ALL TRAINS
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
EUROPEAN, finr. Tft S2.00
ROUT - 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 AivD STOMACH TROUBLES. v
FOUND HEALTH AND HAPPINESS AT MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS.
Murrieta, Cal. America's finest sulphur mud baths and swimming pooL
Booklet and Information bureau or by writing.
FRITZ GUEXTHER, Prop. H. GUEIVTHER. 3Iannger.
437" SO. BROADWAY.
In the midst of the business and amuse
ment district. New and modern. Long
distance phone in every room. Special
summer rates, 50c per day and up. No
better accommodations in the city. Un
der managament of B. W. HOPKINS.
A. C. BILIKE, LOS ANGELES, CAL. JNO. S. MITCHELL.
1 person $L00 to $1.50 a day. With private bath: 1 person $1.50 to $3.
2 persons S1.50 to ?3.00'per day. 2 persons 2.50 to ?5.00.
FOIRTH AT MAIN ST.
Close to all theatres and in heart of business .listrlct.
But a few minutes of al) railway stations. The cars to all
suburban places of amusement, the mountains and beaches pass the
door. BEAUTIFULLY furnished and modern in every respect THE
VAN NUYS CAFE IS FAMOUS THE WORLD OVER and is UNEXCEL
LED IN CALIFORNIA. GET THAT BOOKLET OF INTERESTING
VIEWS AND SUMMER RATES by writing E. L. POTTER CO a H
KNAPPE. MANAGER. Van Nuys, Los Angeles. Cal.
BT&T fKfri si M m
THE BEACH FOR SUMMER HOMES
The Newport Dredging company have
put on the market a number of choice
lets, the finest at Newport. You cai
BUY A LOT AND HAVE A HOME
BUILT AT ACTUAL COST. Think of
that, and can have same finished fir
this summer. WRITE US FOR INFOR
MATION and reading matter, also about
our BIG FREE HOUSE CONTEST.
R. HYNES fc CO., East Newport, Cal.
Special family rates.
Large beautiful grounds with sports.
Large cool veranda. An ideal place.
to spend the summer. Sea breezes. $10
per vrcelc and xip.
Write for further Information.
MANAGER, Mountain View Inn,
W.tytK OFMI7IW? 30 YEARS
rAlLINb nuni.U5 THESTANDARD
FILES, CHILBLAINS. TALONS' BURUS. ETC.
A VALUABLE HOUSEHOtn salvT
ALL DRUGGISTS HAVE IT OR W1U.OTTA1N ON REQUEST I
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lANGLEYsMICHaElSCO. SAN FRANCISCO.
Fielding J. Stilson Co.
Paid up capital, $150,000.
Members Los Angeles Stock Ex
change. . i
OIL STOCKS a specialty.
305 H. W. HELIMAN BLDG.,
Los Ageles.- Cal.
Pico Street, it Flower.
RATES: 5c and up witb7ut bath:
$1.00 and up with bath. S '
Hot and cold watkr, eectric light,
steam heat, local ad .long distance
phone service in everj yoom.
Sunset Route Offers the Following Round Trip Rates
Daring the Month of MAY; Limit 6 Months:
Los Angeles, $50,00 San Francisco, $60.
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, $
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.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
St. Regis Hotel
RADIUM SULPHUR SPRINGS, Colegrove, Los Angeles
TAKE BATHS AND LIQUID SITNSHINE.
IT SPARKLES AND FOAMS LIKE CHAMPAGNE. Drink the most radio
active curative mineral water. It purifies blood, keeps you young, revives,
rejuvenates your whole body. HOT BATHS cure Rheumatism. Constipation,
Colds Asthma, Poor Circulation, Paralysis, Diabetes, Stomach, Liver, Kidneys,
Bladder. Blood, Bright's, Nervous and Female Troubles. Makes skin velvety,
hair silken. Physicians in charge. Send for booklet- Water delivered. Take
Melrose Ave. cars direct to springs.
- -"BINGr" CIRCLES
(Continued From Page One.)
trarjy to the accepted belief, Frank is
the power among the Mexicans in El
Paso, a greater power by far than his
brother, Ike. This was demonstrated at
the school board election, when Ike
was in danger of being swamped in the
second ward and Frank, leaving his
own precinct, jumped into the bveach
and saved the day.
In the fight, for the district attorney
ship Joe Nealon is strong. He will con
trol to a very great .extent the Catholic
vote, as he is a prominent Knight of
Columbus. He is also an Elk, but mem
bers of that order pay little atten
tion to politics. Joe Dunne, "the mayor
of East El Paso," is for Joe Nealon,
first, last and all the time and will
undoubtedly, swing the vote in that sec
tion for Joe
Howe is strong down the valley, but
he will have George Huffman to con
tend with. Huffman, dressed in a Prince
Alb&rt, will go down the valley and talk
to the ranchers and farmers in such a
convincing way that perhaps he will
carry the lower districts for Nealon.
Nealon and Edivnrds.
Nealon and Edwards have been work
ing hard, the latter, making a thorough
personal canvass of the city and conj
ty, and the fact that he Is a lawyer
may help some. Howe has not been
very active, at least not openly, and
his strength is yet undeveloped.
Since Randolph Terry has announced
that he is a candidate for the county
attorneyship Billy Bridgers may have
a warm fight on his hands. It is known
that the "ring" wanted to throw Brid
gers and take up Dan Jackson, but
Dan would have none of their offices.
Putting two and two together, It Is
possible to arrive at a conclusion that
at least some of the ringleaders will
support Terry in his fight, so Bridgers
will have to tune up his fiddle and
make a few trips down the country if
he expects to win.
Some Safe Ones.
Pitman, Huffman and George Harper
have no opposition as yet, and probably
will have none. McCHntock has no op
ponent for the office of justice of the
peace, vhile Watson evidently has none.
For the office of constable there are
more candidates than ther will be room
on the ballots. There are two Mexicans
Cruz Ortiz and Domingo Montoya
against R. F. Mitchell, the present In
cumubent, and Wm. MItchey, formerly
chief of police.
While the thermometer of county
politics has risen to bloodheat, there is
naturally some Interest In city affairs,
for it is possible that there will be many
changes in the city government when
next April comes and the present office
holders' terms expire.
Louis E. hr. who is at present city
assessor ancSsaJlector, would accept the
superintendency"bthe water works If
the city gets a municipal plant and
Behr is generally picked as the best
man for the place, because he knows
the business. Of course, the salary
would have to be as large as nis earn
ings in the position ha now occupies be
fore he could consider it, but probably
Robinson may not be a candidate for a
second term as mayor, the opinion be
ing expressed that he will tire of the S
job ven before his present term ex
pires, and, though he will hold qp. until
its expiration, he -will not be a can
However, this office as well as" that
held by alderman Percy McGhee is not
being discussed as yet, owing to the
fact that they have held the reins for
such a short time. Clayton and Hewitt
will probably be candidates for re-election.
How About Booth?
It is known that the job of city au
ditor D. C. Booth hangs by a very thin
thread, and it will require but little
to cu,t the thread. VBooth has offended
at least one of the aldermen by his
alleged action of authorizing the pur
chase of goods without first referring
the matter to the chairmen of the coun
cil committees. Booth sends to the chiefs
of the police and fire departments a
large number of blank requisitions,
which he has them sign beforo any
items are marked thereon. Then, as
they order goods, Booth simply marks
down the articles required and he is
protected by the signature of the chief
of the department originally affixed to
a blank paper. Alderman Blumenthal
has objected to this practice and has
contended that the chairmen of the va
rious committees of the council should
see all requisitions before the' are
Those who know conditions and have
felt the pulse of the public are of the
opinion that there will be a merry war
in city politics next spring".
WAXTED Men to learn assaying, civil
and mining engineering. Let us place
you in a position to command $150 to
5500 a monthh. Individual instruction
by teachers of 23 years experience
Well known in the mining world. We
also teach automobile and electrical
engineering. Shop work on steam, gas
and and electric machines. Half rate
for May. National School of Assaying,
Mining and Civil Engineering-. 2110-12
W. Seventh St., Los Ageles, CaL
Visit Calisher's cool basement.
Gillette ranch, visited at the C O. Fin
Mr. and Mrs. C O. Finley have moved
to their ranch home where t)iey will
spend tW sutsvner.
Miss MirXm Moore has been visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M- MaEeynolds.
Tom Speakman of Runge. Texas, has
accepted a position with the Valentino
Mrs. Susan Janes- of FtJavi3, Is visit
ing at the home of her son, C. C. Janes
Poke Henson of Alpine, is visiting
his parents. Joe Henson is also here.
W. O. Walling, agent for the G. H. &
S. A., nas returned from San Antonio,
where he has been attending court
Will Evans, who was in from hia
ranch near Ft- Davis, reports good rainsi
and plenty of grass In that section- An
other general rain has fallen over Val
A. D. McLeod of Wendell, 13 here to
attend the closing exercises of the. pub
Miss Eula Lee Thomas, who has been
teaching in Valentine, has gone to her
home in Temple, Texas.
NOW IN LONDON
(Continued, From Page Gne.)
opened last evening to allow the duk
ahd duchess of Connaught to take their
last look at the dead king. It is
officially stated that the court Jadle3
will participate in the funeral procession.
Heavy Eains Fa'll Over Yal-ley-Schools
Valentine, Texas, May6. JohnSfl
Means is gathering his cattle, consigned
to the American Live Stock Commission
company, and will ship tnm from Kent,
Manuel Flores has paid, the imposed
fine for fighting and two assistants
who were arrested on charges of drunk
enness and disorderly conduct, will be
taken to Ft. Davis where they will a u
on the public highway.
R. L. Robertson, who has been ill, was
surprised by the sudden arrival of his
father, who had heard of his son's ill
ness. Mrs. S. B. Tellous and little daughter.
Fay, attended the closing exercises giv
en y the public school.
Mrs. A. S. Stewart and children are I
guests at the home of Mr. andJrs.
Miss Ora ouell. who is teachin
CHIHUAHUA BRITAINS WILL
HOLD MEMORIAL SERVIC5
Chihuahua. Mexico, May 16. Capt. C.
G. Scobell. British vice consul, and the
subjects of Great Britain residing here
have arranged to hold in the Episco
pal church here memorial services on
the 20th instant, the day of of the fu
nearal of king Edward VII. Since the
death of king Edward his picture hang
ing in the reading- room of the foreign
club here has been draped in mourn
without one particle of coffee or
anv other drug. 'That's
Read "The Koad to WeHville," in
h "There's a Reason"
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