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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, May 23, 1910.
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ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS, SUMMER RESORTS, ETC. Y OU CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOTJT 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.
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3W8wB" VtaSv i Iflttf THE California Coast. 400 rooms. FIRE- J-3. M Kr-yt'-yMAiW ''fcfe'V I 3
II' I 'hfw' r. .;. at t. m In y) proof, spend your summer vacation L Iv?aPiitn&5ffl!iB-;tQT. I B
!$!&$' reateSC iTlOUIitain fa g LfAf at this handsome hostelry overlooking the broad EH-&'i i
W$mM T xL w T t '1 I J Pacific Ocean, from where comes the gentle .rK BT- E-Jz?.:. triLaLLCt:la J& I jjj
IfiiflW intne VYoria 1 I I j cool sea breeze that give LONG BEACH the AftSj HJrr ''jzfHJ&SKtif&M'-'-& "- S
file 1 1 1& ' 1 most equable climate or CALIFORNIA. Beau- tf5pSS,.,,' EH J fTWHl-M ISiVr 3 'jfaPTTfPl 1 i I
if IW'ws TI7 A I DHMTI? 1" tiful Ocean Boulevards. The VIRGLN'U has her LkX , pfl llfi M.fl flM-jM.g Ijj i ; g
B'lv ' I lr Pgfl ' '" own private dressing rooms with attendants ttr!K&Z tV " tr''" ' ''"y 9
BY g U - ATLJtJJt &AJLs l-S5 , for the surf bathers. Li f saving station ami iipSv V??? ' """ir''""","n ' ' " VfiU5
If H I rsi a T?nn t . ISSi guards. OFFERS PERFECT SERVICE AT . mmW&l W& f V V 1 J A ff S5MSr . 1
K-w )r T A If 17 P M gr aJsummer rates. -4 ill sjjf cpRf I A I ISr I
HYM I A V El K W P "WRITE FOR BOOKLET AND RATES." JpiW 1 DlDViJJLa ? $
M -Kf w -s A. ? k-?- "Managed by CARLETON GILBERT." r KSM . .-- . aS 1
I' - f SPEND A VACATION A ffF- . '?SfeL SdlA ft JH C I T M ILf I? P Vl I
3T TH 3IILE ABOVE THE SEA afifa&.Sfew S5SS J3SJ 1? S I J if fti El K fM I
T Tfe ix air among the B A T 1? C S I
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V f I J3PERD4T ' S (EURCPEAH RJIN) ,. J
' r ORiov'f:cHAT : F1 ' " szz. ., I ONE OF THE NEWEST 4 J
f y Where FE HOTELS. A fej 4T A JR A"?w Ff Sn!3 I
I COTTAGES and APART- I R Ry g ( 1YA ) H, 09 6 :d IN CALIFORNIA
1 I MENTS WILL BE FOUND. Mm ! 1 mil tx6l2rjJ HLJ$ W L HE 3 MS? i
i 5f-l Huntington Beach. Balboa, j J " MM V BROADWAY at SEVENTH v& g
A Newport Beach. Baj' City. M street y
I 1 THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC tfggL A 1 S3 "Hfc " A RT H 31 I 2b, JEt "A cooper & DAVIS. Leasees J lr-X g
pl R. R. reaches SOUTHERN gfc MX KSM M M. fi& ifi 3 ffl 1 S I -. Jcfer i .! 1
IT rl CALIFORNIA'S best re- & m FM M 1 3k gC 1 i IV I ' "? -rTBTTn -r;
I hSOrtS-Booklct ana informa. -r-miiBH-BlH pree A.to. Bus Meet, AH Tr.In,.
lUm p PRiKr-co6; Battle Creek Sanitarium Methods " T;;F
(LkS b fi Los Ansreles. CaL ' X Iiii 9
ILJ1 I SPECIAL. $12.50 PER WEEK UPWARDS. FINEST AND BEST I
are full of merriment.
VISIT THE GREAT CANVAS' CITY.
HEAR THE FAMOUS PORTER'S CAT
AL.IXA ISLAND BAND. FISHING IS
NOW PLENTIFUL. CAMPING AND
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS GOOD.
REMEMBER AT CATALTNA THERE
IS NO DAMPNESS. JUST PERFECT
DRY MARINE CLIMATE. FREE CA3IP
GROUND WITH WATER. PERFECT
SEWERAGE SYSTEM. SANITARY.
MAMMOTH DANCING PAVILION.
Concerts afternoons and evenings.
BATHE IN CRYSTAL WATERS OF
AVALON BAY. GET THE BOOKLET
of INTERESTING VIEWS AND DATA.
BANNING CO. 10 Pacific Electric Bldg.,
Los Angeles, Cal.
EL REP OS O SANITARIUM,
SAXCH AND HEALTH RESORT.
SIERRA MADRE, CALIF.
." moderate priced sanitarium for the
scientific treatment of diseases of
thToat and lungs. Physicians and Grad
eate Nurses in constant attendance.
?ent Houses. Mission Bungalows, Art
and Crafts Shop, Club House.
THEODORE B. KAXOUSE, Supt.
TVe "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 per day and ud.
Corner Sixth and Alvarado Sta.,
Los Angrcles, Cal.
Five 3Iinute from Business Center. In
aristocratic residence district, overlook
ing West Lake Park. Special accom
modations and rates to people in El
Paso and vicinity.
W3I. B. CORTVIN, Omaer oad aianHger.
"WANTED ilen to learn assaying, civil
and mining engineering. Let us place
you in a position to command $150 to
5300 a monthh. Individual Instruction
by teachers of 23 years experience.
"Well known in theNnining 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
TV. Seventh St. Los Ageles, Cal.
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By mail. It is not necessary for you
to be without the news of the world,
of El Paso, of the Southwest, no mat
ter where you go. Simply notify The
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and length of time desired sent to new
address. On returning please notify
office, in order that serivce by carrier
may be promptly resumed.
Let Long Beach Be "gTour Summer Destination.
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ADDLES OF BEAUTIFUL
i GRANDEST BEACH ON THE PACIFIC
' CLIMATE THIS SUMMER. OFFERS
. Fine cottages and Apartments. StTRF
! Has a life saving station and life guards.
the ocean offers the fisherman tie sport of his life. Has a $100,000 BATH
HOUSE. THE FAMOUS VIRGINIA COUNTRY CLUB. EACH WEEK WE WILL,
TELL YOU A LITTLE MORE.
LONG BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
LONG BEACH. CAL. W. L. GAMP, SEC.
FREE AUTO BUS
MEETS ALL TRAINS
EUROPEAN. 75c to 82.50
AaiEKICAN, S1.75 TO S3.00
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 soecial 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
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LOST RIIEU3IATIS3I AA'D STOMACH TROUBLES.
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. GUENTHER. Manager.
437 SO. BROADWAY.
A. C. BILIKE, 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 S2.50 to $5.0o!
"KklJJ FOtRTH AT MAIN ST. I
Close to all theatr s
But a few minutes of all railway stations. The cars to all
suburban places of amusement, the mountains and beaches nass the
door. BEAUTIFULLY furnished and modern in every resnect thp
VAN NUYS CAFE IS FAMOUS TE WORLD OVER and is UNEXCFT
LED IN CALIFORNIA. GET THAT BOOKLET OF IVTERESTINC
VIEWS AND SUMMER RATES by writing E. L. POTTER CO CH
KNAPPE. MANAGER. Van Nuys. Los Angeles. Cal Wi-LJ u- c'
S12.50 PER WEEK UPWARDS. FINEST AND BEST
INSTITUTION WEST OF BATTLE
CREEK. EVERY LUXURY AND COMFORT.
W. RAY SIMPSON, Manager LONG BEACH, CAL.
BOULEVARDS AND BEACH.
COAST. Enjoy the DELIGHTFUL, COOL
the best HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS.
BATHING THE SPORT OF THE DAY.
A MAMMOTH PIER extending out into
EUROPEAN, 50c TO S2.00
In the midst of the business a-nd 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.
FOLRTH AT 31 A IN ST.
and in harf- nf Huci. ,.-.. ati.
Los Angeles, Gal.
(Under Entirely New Management.)
AX IDEAL SLJiMER HOME. Beauti
fully furnished. Heart of citv. Close
to shcfppingr and theater districts.
WHITE TODAY FOR SUMMER RATES
and interesting folder.
Seventh ami FJueroa Sin.,
L.os AnsreleM. Cnl.
JAMES A. CORRTE. Mffr.
ill! " ,E-j A, . w E9 ca S -t.,l,H.4
11 .! W!KMwwSjwSfa!3Ml 1
Headquarters. J I
THE BEACH FOR SIMDIER HOMES
The Newport-Dredging company have
put on the market a number of cho.ee
lets, the finest at Newport. You caa
BUY A LOT AND HAVE A HOME
BUILT AT ACTUAL COST. Think of
that, and can have same finished Or
this summer. WRITE US FOR INFOR
MATION and reading rriatter. a!o about
our BIG FREE HOUSE CONTEST.
R. IIYNES & CO., East Newport, Cal.
Special family rates.
Large beautiful gronnils with sports.
Large cool veranda. An ideal place,
to spend the juimmer. Sea breezes. 10
per week and up.
"Write for further Information.
MANAGER. Mourtaln View Inn,
DFSTSV 30 YEARS
FAILING HLW&UI THE5TAM0ARDI
PILES, CHILBLAINS. TELLONS, BURNS. ETC.
a vai MAnt t Mniicrumn CAiir-
?AU. DRUGGISTS HAVE iT OR WILLOSTAIN ON REOUESTl
LAMGlEYs MICHAELS CO. 5AN FRANCISCO.
Fielding J. Stilsoa Co.
Paid up capital, $ir0,000.
Members Los Angeles Stock Er-clmngre-
OIL STOCKS a specialty.
305 H. W. IIELIMAN BLDG.,
Los Anseles. Cal.
PIpo Street, at Flower.
i Not a downtown hotel, but only eight
, minutes away on three different car
, lines. A quiet home hotel, modern in
Wrije lis for rates. You will be sur
prised how moderate.
Sunset Route Offers the Following
During the Month of May; Limit 6 Months:
Los Angeles, $50.00
San Francisco, $60.00
SPECIAL LOW RATES-Los Angeles, $30.00;
July 2d to 8th inclusive.
July 25th to 28th inclu
sive. August 30th to Septem
ter 7th inclusive.
September 24th to 30th
Limit 3 months, but not later than
City Ticket Office,
to Kegis Hotel
RADIUM SULPHUR SPRINGS, Colegrove, Los Angeles
TAKE RATHS AND Liat'ID SUNSHINE.
; iTO'cBAnvTro aVti T?r a 1T3 T.TXrTrr
active eurativo mineral water. It purifies blood, keeps you youns, revives,
rejuvenates your rhole body. HOT BATHS cure Rheumatism. Constipation,
i Colds. Asthma. Poor Circulation, Paralysis, Diabetes, Stomach, Liver, Kidneys,
'Bladder, Blood, Bright s, Nervous ana .remale Troubles. Aiaxes sKin velvety,
I hair silken. Physicians in charge. Send for booklet. Water delivered. Take
I ilelrose Ave. cars dlvcct to sprhigs.
FtHHsilB MID tit !i! LAJLily
Says He Will Also Consider,
Proposition to Erect Linn- j
ber Mills at SI Paso Man
of Striking Personality, j
Dr. Frederick Stark Pearson, succes-
sor to W. C. Greene as the dictator
of the vast commercial empire south
of the Chihuahua line, was in El Paso !
long enough Saturday night to tell El i
Paso that he considers this city the j
base of operations for his great rail- J
road and lumber enterprises in Mexiso j
and the logical location for factories J
and mills to utilize the product of the j
sawmills that are now being built at
the town of Pearson in Chihuahua. I
"The location of the factories and ,
.mills for the utilization of the product I
of the mills at Pearson is being con- i
sidered and there is no doubt that
sqmething of the kind isvill be built j
here," said Dr. Pearson.v'However, that I
comes later. Just now we are interested j
fn .he mills at Pearson. I am not as fa- j
miliar with the work as many of you '
In El Paso, and that is the purpose of J
my trip to Terrazas. Mr. Smith, who ;
has charge of all of the lumber inter- j
ests, "nill handle that when the time '
May Build to Coast. j.
"Mr. Bryant, our chief engineer, is j
studying the coast extension of the (
Mexico and North Western and one of '
the chief purposes of my trip to Ter- j
razas is to hear the report of the chief
engineer concerning the building of the .
line to the coast. I have only been over ;
from England three weeks and, as I
say, I am not familiar with the situ-
ation and have nothing definite to give
out regarding this part of the work.
' Keep The Complexion I5eautiral
Nadine Face Powder
(In Green Boxes Only)
Produces a Soft, velvety
appearance so much, ad
mired, and remains until
washed off. Purified by
a new process. Will not
clog the pores. Harmless
as water. Prevents return
of discolorations. White,
Flesh, Pink, Brunette.
By Leading Toilet Counters
Or Mad. Price 50 cents.
MONEY BACK if Not Entirely Pleased.
Prepared by NATIONAL TOILET CO., PAHlS,TDft
:Sold by Kelly & Pollard and Other
- agfeaasbSto 111 ii
fWiAfPAfiVP Dt-itiV the mofjl" T.irHn-
The matter of entering El Paso for
terminals of the road is another thing
which the engineer is working on and
upon which he will advise me. However,
this is the logical place for such ter
minals and Is being considered by he
"I would be glad to meet the cham
ber of commerce but it is a litte late
tonight. I understand they wish me to
be their guest, and I will be glad to
meet them when I return from Mexico.
Just when that will be, I cannot say,
but it will probably be In about two
weeks. I am going direct to Terrazas,
where I will begin the Inspection of the
operations in progress at Pearson on
the mills. The mills at Pearson will cost
A Striking Personality.
Dr. Pearson is a man among men
one of the type which forces one to
turn in a crowd to look at him. Of the
type of the brilliant American engineer
and scientist, Dr. Pearson has the ap
pearance of an athlete trained to the
minute. Slender of body and thin fea
tured, he looks like a man who knew
his business. Yet on the bright side of
50, Dr. Pearson has a heavy head of
gray hair, which he combs back from a
forehead Thich is broad and hlgh, giv
ing the lower part of the face a slen
der almost pinched appearance by
contrast. He talks smoothly and with
the ease of a public speaker. Nothing
of the fussy, nervous, office cramped
Wall street financier is evident in Dr.
Pearson's make up. He has the lithe,
free swing of the man who has roughed
it and has the steel sinews to show for
it. As easy to approach as a plaza po
liceman. Dr. Pearson has none of the
'I'm from New York" manner.
Dr. Pearson, contrary to the general
belief, is an American, although he lias
been associated with English and Ca
nadian syndicates and corporations for
a number of years and has his head
quarters in London, where he conducts
the affairs of the large English and
Canadian syndicate which is financing
the $20,000,000 project for developing
northern Chihuahua and extending the
Mexico North Western to the Pacific
coast of Mexico.
Met Here by Offlcinls.
Accompanied by H. M. Hubbard, of
London, one of the directors in the
Pearson syndicate, and E. D. Kenna
vice president of the Mexico North
Western, who joined him in New York.
Dr. Pearson arrived in El Paso Satur
day night on the Rock Island train
traveling in the private Pullman car
Mayflower in which president -Taft
came to El Paso for the Taft-DIaz
meeting. The car was switched to the
Mexican side soon after its arrival
and taken to Terrazas as a special
tiain over the Mexic.i North West, rn
The president of the line Tvas met here
THE LAND WHERE
THE COOL BREEZES
TAKE. A REST FROM
THIS HIGH DRY CLI
MATE. IT WILL DO
YOU A WORLD OF
Round Trip Rates j
During Months of June, July, August, September;
Limit Oct 31 :
Los Angeles, $45.00
San Francisco, $50.00
San Francisco, $40.
by H. C. Ferris, general manager of
the road, and a number of other operat
ing officials of the line, who came from
Mexlcc; to accompany Dr. Pearson to
Is Widely Known.
Dr. Pearson's operations as a corr
sulting engineer have been extensive.
He has been a director of the Sydney
and Louisburg railway, of the Rio de
Janeiro Tramway Light and Power
company, of the Dominion Iron and
Steel company, of the Dominion Coal
company; manager and director of the
Mexican Light and Power company;
and is at present president of the syn
dicate which has taken over the Madera
Lumber company and the railroad lines
known as the Mexico North Western
system. The distinguished scientist is
a member of the Institution of CivH
Engineers, of London; the American
Society of Civil Engineers; American
Institute of Electrical Engineers; Amer
ican Society of Mining Engineers;
American Society of Mechanical En
gineers (life); Society of Naval En
gineers. He is a member of the En
gineers club, the New York Yacht club,
the Railroad club, Larchmont Yacht
club and other New York clubs. Hia
residence is at Barrington, Mass., and
his American office address is 25 Broad
street, New York.
INFERNAL MACHINE FOUND;
AN INGENIOUS DEVICE
Omaha, May 23. An infernal ma
chine was last evening discovered on
the porch of the residence of Thomas
Dennisou, a well known man of this
city. Frank Erdman was placed under
arrest as a suspect and is being held
The machine was in the form of a
suitcase, containing two compartments,
in one of which was found 24 half
pound sticks of dynamite and in the
other, with a barrel so place as to fire
into the dynamite, was a loaded re
revolver. When found theNsuitcase was
fastened with a string, tied to a screw
eye, which was in turn fastened to the
j xne aynamite was intended to be ex-
piouea tnrougn tne agency of the
string and the revolver when the suit
case would be lifted from the porch.
Mr. Dennison's little daughter and a
schoolmate, during the afternoon had
tried to lift the suitcase but, falling
because of its weight, merely exposed
the cord, which attracted Dennison's
attention. He at once notified the po
CONE JOHNSON RELATED
TO AN EL PASO MAN
Cone Johnson. on& of the candKlates
. for governor, will probably visit Ei
x-a5o Deiore tne summer is over ana
while here will address El Pasoans on
the issues in the campaign. Jehiisou
is conceded to be one of the best or
ators in the state.
While in El Paso it is probable that
he will be the guest qf Marion Robert
son, of 504 Upson avenue, his brother
inlnw, Mr. Johnson having married Mr.
A Happy Father
is soon turned to a sad one if he has
to walk the floor every night with a
crying baby. McGee's Baby Elixir will
make the child well. soothe its nerves,
Induce healthy, normal slumber. Best
for disordered bowels and sour stom
ach all teething babies need it. Plez
'.nt to take. sure, and safe, contains.
Price ?" aid 30 cents per bottle,
by all druggist?