Seal Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Ciassify Ads,
On Pages 8 and 9.
Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads.
On Pages 8 and 9.
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fully Decorated Many
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With a dainty program of oratory
and -music, the graduating girls of St
Joseph's academy gave ' their com
mpntm(nt exercises Wednesday morn
ing- The school hall -was -well filled j
with parents and friends, ana presem.
a a jrala amearance in evergreen and
fern decorations and the school colors .
of white and blue-
Follow in jr the program, medals ior ,
special honors "were awarded by Rev.
The Medal Award.
Medals and Premiums were awarded
Gold anedal for Christian doctrine,
i,w3 v.. riccoc t.hcHp Malonev. Isa
bel Spellman, Kate Mulcahy, Edith Ma- j
lonev, Helen DeLacey, Helen jnenarix,
Elizabeth Zimmer, Stella Cassidy. Edith
Hailes, Alice McDow. Nellie Mulcahy,
Katie StHes, Otila Flores, Helen Cassidy,
Annie Cotter, Lucille Hailes, Patricia
McEniry, Margaret O'Connor, Marion
Ainsa. 'Frances O'Connor, Lavon So-
iiq o,i t.tiMIIo T,vons: won by Miss
Premium merited by Mioses Antonia
Sanchez and Mary Ehrlich; won by
"Miss Mary Ehrlich. .
Gold medal for deportment, merited
by Misses Anna Zimmer. Edith Hailes,
Helen DeLacey, Helen Hendrlx. Alice
Tr-rniv- Stella Cassidy. Kate Mulcahy,
Edith Maloney. Elizabeth Zimmer, Mar-
guerite O'Meara, Otila Flores, Margaret ,
O'Connor, Lavon Sorelle and Lucile j
Lyons; won by Miss Alice McDow. j
Gold medal for scholarship in aca-
demic and grammar grades, merited by
Misses Anna Zimmer, Nellie Mulcahy, .
Helen DeLacey, Helen Hendrix, Alice -McDow.
Kate Mulcahy. Otila Flore and
Katie Stiles; won by Miss Otila Flores.
Gold medal for scholarship in the In- .
termedlate grades, merited by -Misses
Helen Cassidy, Annie Cotter. Antonia
Sanchez, Ethel Zimmer. Mary Ehrlich,
Maria Flores, Marion Ainsa, Margaret
O'Connor, Lucille Lyons and Julietta
Flores; won by Ethel Zimmer.
Good In Attendance.
t-LniA a15i1 for attendance, merited
by Misses Kate Mulcahy, Isabel Spell
man. Stella Cassidy, Alice McDow,
Helen Hendrix, Edith Maloney,
Otila Flores, Maria Flores. Ethel Zim-
aner, irieien vjassiuj, m.mu1'-
nor. Freda Kipp. Frances O'Connor, Cuca
Castillo, Lucille Lyon?. Conception fcai
cidar. Concha Sellas and Carmen For
zan; won by Isabel Spellman.
Gold medal for neatness, merited by
Misses Anna Zimmer. Alice McDow.
Stella Cassidy. Kate Mulcahy, Helen
Hendrix, Elizabeth Zimmer, Otila Flores,
Helen Cassidy, Annie Cotter, Antonia
Sanchez. Mary Friedle, Ethel Zimmer,
Mary Ehrlich. Lucrecia Velarde. Car
men Forzan, Lucille Lyons, Concha Sei
jas. Margaret O'Connor, Frances
O'Connor and Julietta Flores; won by
With the Musicians.
Highest year average in music, piano,
gold medal, merited by Miss Kittle
Stiles; second premium. merited by
blisses Stella Cassidy. Edith Maloney
and Enid Ainsa; won by Stella Cassidy;
highest average for the half year, mer
ited by Miss Etheldreda Gorman.
Gold medal for violin, merited by El
mer Deianev: second premium for vio
lin. Tim Sullivan.
Premium for music in third grade,
merited by Misses Helen Hendrix, Stel
la Cassidy, Patricia McEniry, Lavon So
relle and Gussie Fitzgerald; won by
Premium for music in first and sec
ond grades, merited by Marion Aina.
Annie Cotter. Catherine Tobin, Mary
Clifford, Margaret O'Connor, Consuela
Seggerman, Telula Ellis and Herbert
Konp: won by Consuela Seggerman.
Half crowns for subgraduation hon
ors, given to Miss Lucille Maloney,
Misses Frances and Anna Zimmer.
The Hard Workers.
Premitm: for application in sixth
grade, merited by Misses Octavia Stock
meyer. Mary Friedle and Lucille Haiies;
won by Miss Octavia Stockmeyer.
Premium for application In fifth
grade, merited by Misses Katherlne
Brattstrom, Lllia Vizcairo, Lucrecia Ve
larde, Maria Ponce, Ester Baca, Naomi
Black ancLMildred Moise; won by Miss
Firt premium in intermediate grades
for diligence, merited by Virginia Mar
tinez, Maria Spencer, Julia Domlngnez, 1
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily
coming to light. No such grand rem
edy for liver and bowel troubles was
ever known before. Thousands bless
them for curing constipation, sick head
ache, biliousness. Jaundice and indiges
tion. Sold by all dealers.
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TO those who know Cloudcroft only a reminder is needed to start them making preparations to visit this delightful resort. To tkose
who have never seen Cloudcroft we wish to remark that a lovelier spot for rest, recreation and relaxation could hardly be found
Now that the 1910 season is at hand, you should take advantage of the low rates offered and the nominal cost of living in Cloudcroft.
While Cloudcroft is lovely at all times, there is some discussion as to what particular time of the season it is most beautiful. To us, it
seems tbat in Juie Nature contributes more than in any other month. We are interested in having you visit Cloudcroft as early as
possible, for then you will be a regular guest throughout the entire season. Arrangements have been made to accommodate all.
TURNING UNTIL SEPT. 30th $5.00
TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, GOOD
iSaa. MvJIilwi ai
njoy EI P
OWN SUMMER RESORT
The first week end excursion rate of the season will be effective Saturday and
Sunday. A low rate of $3.00 for the round trip will be made. Privilege is also
given to remain until Monday to those going either Saturday or Sunday.
SCHEDULE Leave EI Paso 8 a. m., Arrive CIou3crofl 12:45 p. m.; on return leave Cloudcroft 5:40 p. m. arriving El Paso 10:40 p. m.
City Ticket Office
h. d. McGregor,
City Passenger Agent
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,ti ,tr Twi fartmiin
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Alice Miihoney. Freda Kipp; -won by
Virg-Inia lartinez; second premium,
merited by Patty Ainsa. Consuela Gar
cia, Elodia Delgardo, Juana Perea; won
by Consuela Garcia.
Premium in primary grades awarded
to "Ventura Concha for deportment; to.
RoseHe Ainsa for catechism.
The program attending the exercises
Salutatorj- Miss Helen Hendrix.
Sacred Heart Hymn Academic and
Three Little Mothers Dialogue, Con
suela Seggerman, Rosa Prieto, Gladys
Adonis Galop Piano' "duett, Lavon So
relle. An-n-ie Cotter, Gussie Fitzgerald,
My Old Kentucky Home Violin and
Will Start at this store
Watch Thursday's herald
piano. Violin, Master Tim Sullivan; pi
ano. Miss Kittle Stiles.
A Letter to the Editor Recitation,
The Dying Poet Piano solo. Miss
The Skipping Song Primary grades,
Piano, Miss Etheldreda Gorman.
Fairy Queen Galop Piano duett, La
von Sorelle, Annie Cotter, Adelina Au
At the Golden Gates of the Vision
Pantomime, academic and grammar
Recitation Pattie Ainsa.
Hoop Drill Intermediate grades, pi
ano, Miss Edith Maloney.
Selection Violin and piano, violin,
Master Elmer Delaney; piano, Mis3
Little Fairy Schottische Piano duet,
Patricia McEniry, Marion Ainsa.
O Pretty Maid of Golden Hair Three
part chorus, academic grammar grades,
piano, Katherins Stiles.
"Under the Palm Trees Piano trio,
Misses E. Gorman, E. Maloney, V. Ryan,
K. Stiles S. Cassidy, H. Hendrix.
O Sweetest Hour Four part chorus,
academic and grammar grades, piano.
Miss K. Stiles.
Home, Sweet Home Piano solo, Miss
Distribution of medals and crown
ing of subgraduates.
The subgraduates were Miss Lucile
Maloney and Misses Anna and Frances
' CATTLE DYIXG OF TIIIRST
OX PLAINS XFAR BISBEB
Miners Pledge Funds for "Whitehaven,
England, Sufferers Fire Depart
ment Practicing for July
Bisbee. Ariz., June 1- Owing to the
intense drouth, many cattle are dying
on the plains. Cowboys are skinning
them for their hides.
A house on the top of Chihuahua
hill burned to the ground.
S. L. Trend, who was attacked by two
big dogs, was knocked down and bad- j .
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wMmm E TlrJi
to any costume.
A committee has been formed to raise
a subscription among the miners here
for the sufferers in the mine disaster
at Whitehaven, England.
The census books have been closed
and it is estimated that the population
of Bisbee is between 15,000 and 20,
000. The fire department members are
practicing for the hose race on .luly
4. Fifty local candidate will be in the
race. The teams of several towns will
"While di'iving a burro, R. Roland, a
boy, fell and had two ribs fractured.
Superintendent Pattison, of the Denn
mine, has gone to El Paso, where one of
his children will undergo an operation.
Mrs. A. Dodge has gone to her home
THE SPRECKLES MILLIONS
TO REFORM THE XATIOX
Chicago, 111-, June 1. Rudolph
Spreckles, the San Francisco banker
who has devoted time and money In
fighting graft in his home town,
reached Chicago the bearer of an en
tirely new plan for the reformation of
politics, business and labor of the coun
try. "I intend devotinfg the remainder of
my life to reforms," said Spreckles.
"Capital, labor and politics are all on
a basis of corruption throughout the
L'nited States today. Such conditions
lead to unrest, revolution and great
I calamities and we will have all of them
j and more unless we reform the entire
"I will announce the full details of
my plants in September.
"Yes, and I am with you." added
Claus Spreckles, his brother, who met
APARTMENTS IX LOS AXGELES.
El Paso people will find the Valdoria
Apartments near West Lake Park, 725
S. Alvarado St., Los Angeles, a very de
lightful stopping place. Modern, artis
tic, private baths, attractive halls, large
porches, flowers, tennis court, lawn, etc.
Furnished housekeeping suites from $30
to 560 per month
$ IXCREASED RATES ARE
$ RESTRAINED BY COURT.
- Hannibal, Mo.. June 1. U. S.
district judge Dyer last night -
granted an order restraining
- railroads, members of the
Western Traffic association,
from putting Into effect a gen- '
eral increase in freight rates. -
The petition alleges an unlaw-
ful combination and consplr-
The complainant charges -
that the rate committee of the &
roads was organized and is
maintained in viojation of the
Sherman anti-trust law.
Part three of the petition -
says that in 1909 or early in -
1910 the defendants conspired
together to make a general ad- -
-$ vance in commodity rates to
O prevail throughout the West-
4$ ern Trunk Line territory, using
)& the -ame as a means to effect-
uate the advance. &
street; H. E. Turner.
MEMPHIS, TENN. World News Co.
NEW ORLEANS. LA. Geo. Wallace,
103 Royal; World Xews Co.
MEXICO CITY The Aztec, Bine
Book Store, Am. Photo Co., Ave. San
PARRAL. MEX. Parral Xews Co.
CHIHUAHUA. MEX. Roberto Schneider-Am.
Photo and Sta. Co.
NEW YORK Imperial Hotel, Arthur
Hotaling No. 1, Park Ro-n -Broadway
and 33rd-Broadway and 42nd-1400
Broadway. Grand Central Station;
Henry Schutz. P. O. Times Square.
WASHINGTON. D. C Raleigh, Eb
bltt, Columbia News Agency, Henry Sie
CHICAGO, ILL. Auditorium, Great
Northern. Queen City News Stands, Em
pire News Co. (-wagons), Chicago News
paper Agency, 170 Madison (wagon).
PHILADELPHIA Bellevue. Quaker
News Co.. Arthur Hotalino-.
PITTSBURG Lincoln. "
ST LOUIS Planters, Southern, Jef
ferson. ATLANTIC CITY QUAKER NE
C... Boardwalk News Co.
PASTE THIS LIST IX YOUR HAT.
Traveling VA FaionnH Can Get The
Hernld at Any of Thexe
Don't miss The Herald when you are
away from home. Clip out this list and
look up The Herald accent wherever
you are stopping.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Yoma Nev;s Co.,
Hotel Baltimore, Coates House.
ST. PAUL. MINN. Hotel Ryan.
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. West Hotel.
DENVER. COLO. Brown Palace, Al
bany. S. Widoni, Western News Stands,
Katz News Agency 67t.i and Chauipa.
SEATTLE. WASH. Fore-ign and Do
mestic News Agency, corner 1st avenue i
South and Washington street; also S. E.
corner 2nd avenue and Cherry street.
Acme News Co.. W. O. Whitney.
OAKLAND. CAL. Enquirer News Co.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Hotel St.
Francis, United News Agents. 11 1-2
Eddy street; Golden Gate News Agencv,
789 Market street.
LOS ANGELES, CAL Independent
News Co.. Kemp News Co. (wagons), Al
fred Wimbush (wagon.
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH Frank
Polanky, Rosenfeld & Hanson- Chas.
SAX ANTONIO, TEX Louis Book
Store, Sam Rosenthal, 336 Houston
FORT WORTH Victor Matchett, 613
E. Belknap street; World News Co..
709 Main street. I
DALLAS M. B. Meer, 316 Main
FIXD OF SADDLE Cl'X TELLS
FATE OF THREE MEXICANS
had eloped and were on their way to
Guaymas, where they were to be max
ried. The bridegroom wore a beit of
gold discs, which he had accumulated
in the Altar gold fields, and with two
of these he purchased the" old Sharp
The three started for Guaymas, going
over the trail through what is now the
CInco de Mayo. Antigua and Santa Rosa
mine claims. The "father of the girl
came into the Lupert store soon after
the trio had gone, and started in pur
suit. A week later he returned, stat
ing that he had .lost all clue to the
elopers. They fwere never heard from.
It Is supposed that the party was
slaughtered and the dead bodies robbed.
Worthington found no trace of the gold.
Fine lawn hose cheap at Springer's.
Wnn Sold 30 Yearn Ago to Bridal Pnrt,
Novr Believed to Ilnve Been Mur
dered and Robbed.
Douglas. Ariz.. June 1. A strange
sequel has developed out of the finding
of the old Sharpe saddle gun on a moun
tain near the Santa Rosa mine by engi
neer W. H. Worthington.
Clerk Lupert in the customs house.
states that 36 years ago his father kept '
a little hardware store on the border.
One night there came to him a Mexican, j
with a girl, by name Carmen Cota, and
hi. friend. The girl and the first man i
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