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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday June 8, 1910.
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ALL ABOA&D FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS, SUMMER RESORTS, ETC. Y OU CAN WEAR KN0CK-A-B0UT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT, FISH, HUNT,
SAIL OR CAMP, PLAY TENNIS, GOLF, BOWL, DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF A MONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA
TURE, MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RES ORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OFFICE.
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Mm Of Your Outing Now !
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f I YE ALPINE
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Just a mile above the sea,
and enjoy the mountaim
air among the great pines
and oaks. Beautiful moun
tain trails, viiews of the
valleys and mountains.
RATES BY DAY OR
AX OUTING TO LONG
BEACH, where the SURF
BATHING is enjoyed, or to
any beach on the PACIFIC
ELECTRIC RAILWAY Trill
also delight -the vacation
Booklet and informa
tion. D. A. Hunger, G.
P. A. P. E. RaAlway Co.,
6th and Main Sts.,
Los Angeles. Cal.
Pleasant Cool Weather
Always Enjoyed at the
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1 i fl Long Beach h-M ' PflfelMliPt
TB?$ 1'4 y THE WEATHER is cool and the surf battling is jT ffi-"MM-feJ I 1
" I I IV just perfect. THQUSVXDS of bathers are taking jS. f ??teESESE--
S I ! HR advantage of the PRR'ATE DRESSING ROOIS -5 rlfetSSFS'SJl
at e TILl where attendants are provided. $&ji&$l Wt-l jTS83t EriiS! 'TIfI
OW ! l'1?! Shower fcaths Life boats and guards THE St mrSkrMaiammr fJ
J TOTS will enjoytheir outing at LONG BEACH wwm&l Wflu"' "" '-VHrJ
GET REAL1 TU UU W1AX. A C D 1? P I A I ?
m y-L "WRITE FOR BOOKLfiV AND RATES." JWPHiBl pm B f8. t. A i W
I SLf J l?--,, "Managed by CAELETOM GILBERT." j? I KKBi5 ""M UV&AJU g
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, n:.i -w-. r.---r- i. , .. ,i i ns a ; i, ,7-aina "i ia KW'
I -.;& (EUROPEAN PLAN) .;
L1 jrmrf- niir i4 tfUF r? 1 . 1 one of the newest 3g I
SANITARIUM JJS J ;flL -Mil
,, ..... rD , ,- i. , j. , c MPTHnnM .fcN COOPER & DAVIS. Leasees j
nnwt and best equipped institalirai west ctEatde Creek. Located by the Sea. MtlflUlSS f ,--v; f i-'-'iA- R
wI&eitisNEVERHOT. NEVER COLD.butalwaysJUSTRlGHTalltheyeararound. Very reasonaUe f"" ' ' -, i7 - S
ratet. Descripfa-ebooHtFREE. W. RAY SIMPSON. H2n2ger. LGKG BEACH, CAL Free Auto. Huh .Meets All Trains. '
1JtiJL K''' &&. A" J5.iJWiA 'J ' EH I'M Bt?a ZJA J S S
paar p - -T- zzzzz Los Angeles, Cal. I
'-'r-..v h h aL ' 's-rfJfe-7- (Under Entirely New Management.) I
JF-- ..feV. ... 3 . ypjr -va -t . AA, IDEAL SU3IMER home. Beauti- 1
!sT"LIJ38i :r T yl fully fu""shed. Heart of citv. Close I
jtrTdD' - 'flxTiiSy'f ' r-J$! to shopping- and theater districts.
g?Sag2Jl"1'' ZJr , "ITE TODAY FOR SUMMER RATES
BSSTKTC a" ""THE HIXMAX, I
I SSteerSS. -- SBSSSf- VCL(SI Serenth and Flsueroa Sts., 1
1 - faikLllSiiliifel1 3
pjuMi Southwestern pull
i ) Headquarters. i
TEE LAND WHERE
TEE COOL BEEEZES
TAKE A REST FROM
THIS HIGH DRY CLI
MATE. IT ,WILL DO
YOU A WORLD OF
Sunset Route Offers the Followin
FOR THE S
g Round Trip Rates
During Months of June, July, August, September; Limit Oct. 3 1
s Angeles $45 :: San Francisco $50
SPECIAL LOW RATES-Los Angeles, $30.00; San Francisco, $40.00
THE ISLAND VILLA A2D CANVAS
CITY. FAMOUS PORTER'S CATALINA
ISLAND BAND. FINEST DEEP SEA
FISHING IN THE WORLD. THE DRY
MARINE CLIMATE IS OUR PROUD
FACTOR. YOUR CLOTHES ARE AL
WAYS DRY IN THE MORNING, as
there is no dampness. MAMMOTH
DANCING PAVILION." PERFECT SEW
ERAGE SYSTEM. TWO THOUSAND
SPORTS. CONCERTS EVERY AFTER
NOON AND EVENING. BATHE ' IN
CRYSTAL WATERS OF AVALON BAY.
BETTER GET THAT B.OOKL.ET.
101 Pacific Electric Bids-,
lios Axijreles. Calif.
EI, REPOSO SAXITORHJM,
RANCH AND HEALTH RESORT.
SIERRA MADRE, CALIF.
A moderate priced sanitorlum for the
scientific treatment of diseases of
throat and lungs. Physicians and Grad
uate Nurses in constant attendance.
Tent Houses. Mission Bungalows, Art
and Crafts Shop, Club House.
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 per day and ud.
Corner Sixth and Alvarado St.s.,
Los Angrcles, Cal.
Five Minutes from Business Center. In
aristocratic residence district, overlook
ing West Lake Park. Special accom
modations and rates to people In El ;
Paso and vicinity. . i
WiL. B. COR1VIN, Oviner and Manngrcr. J
"WANTED Men to learn assaying, civil
and mining engineering. Let us place '
you In a position to command $150 to
$509 a monthh. Individual instruction
by teachers of 23 years experience, i
Well knov.n in the mining world. We j
also teach automobile and electrical
engineering. Shop work on steam, gas I
for June. National School of Assaying. J
Mining ana civil iungineenng. 2110-12
W. Seventh St., Los Asreles. Cal.
IT IS TIME for you to think about getting away for a few months. The en
vironment of LONG BEACH is such that it is the ideal place for jou or your
family to spend the summer in fact the rest of your natural life LONG
BEACH has the longest beach on the PACIFIC COAST and leads them all
both in quality and quantity of amusements.
31C3.000 PIER. AUDITORIUM. DELIGHTFUL SURF BATHING. $100,000
BATH HOUSE, THE FAMOUS PIKE, BAND CONCERTS, PARKS. COUNTRY
CLUB. The cost of living is very reasonable. COTTAGE?, APARTMENTS,
GOOD HOTELS. $1,000,000 VIRGINIA.
HOTEL RQSSLYN jS&g. NATIOK MOUSE
tfiivr,zctvi;J-iiiMizwvi rryrr iiiTn niif t. .trr. rfT ;--wvrti .-a:i
EUROPEAN. 7oc to S2.50
AMERICAN, 51.75 TO S3.00
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MEETS ALL TRAINS
EUROPEAN, 60c TO 82.00
AMERICAN, 51.50 TO S2.50
LOS A&GELES, CALSFO&NBA
LOST RHEU3IATISM A-"D S.TOMACH TROUBLES.
FOUND HEALTH AND HAPPINESS AT 3IURRIBTA HQ SPRINGS.
Murrieta, Cal. America's finest sulphur mud baths and swimming pool.
Booklet and information bureau or by writing. - '
. FRITZ GUENTHER, Prop. H. GUENTHER. Mnnojrer.
437 SO. BROADWAY.
In the midst of the business ard amuse
ment district. New and modern. Long
distance phone in every room. Special
summer rates, 50c per day ami up. No
better accommodations in the city. Un
der managament of B. AV. HOPKINS.
A. C. BILIKE, - LOS ANGELES, CAL. JXO. 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 $5.00.
Special fntnlly rates.
Lsrjre beautiful grounds with sports.
Larsro eoul veranda. An ideal place,
to spend the slimmer. Sea breezes. S10
per week and up.
WrHe for further information.
MANAGER, Mountain View Inn,
FARM AVELL MAKES GOOD
THE. HERALD CAN BE
SENT TO YOU
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
Herald by mail, giving present address
and length of time desired sent to new
address. On returning please notify
office in order that serivce by carrier
may be promptly resumed?
FOURTH AT MAIN ST.
Closft tf nil thpatrs and in hpnrt nf Hucinncc- .icrf.!,-.-
I But a few minutes of all railway stations. The cars to all I
suburban places of amusement, the mountains and beaches pass the I
rinnr ' RP 4 T'TTCnT T V ..-i.j ,.j -,-i.. i 51 t
Uww.. iuji j. j.jr uiaj j. luiuiauuu unu liiuucui 111 uver respect. Xxliij
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. C H.
KNAPP3. MANAGER. Van Nuys. Los Angeles. Cal. '
RADIUM SULPHUR SPRINGS, Colegrove, Los Angeles
TAKE BATHS AND LIQUID SUNSHINE.
IT SPARKLES AND FOAMS LIKE CHAMPAGNE. Drink the most radio
active curative mineral water. It purifies blood, keeps vou young revives
rejuvenates your whole body. HOT BATHS cure Rheum'atism. 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 dJvect to springs.
RAILROAD RATES MUST BE
RAISED MORE, SAYS RIPLEY.
New York, June 8. E. P. Ripley,
president of the Santa Fe, declares:
"If all fhe increases thus far filed at
Washington wrere allowed to go .into
Effect 'in.' full; they would not- justify
the railroads in going ahead with the
improvements they have planned. The
increases enjoined were but a drop la
the bucket. The raises asked for the
24 western roads were almost imper
ceptible. They must-be followed by
much larger increases railroading is
to be profitable "
Machinery Shipped From Kaunas City
for the Farm; Buildings Under
Valentine, Tex., June S. The test of
the new well on the experimental farm
slums a flow of almost 40 gallons of
water per minute. The artesian well
nvill soon be started.
C. D. Leverett, of Marfa, has settled
on five sections of land 10 miles south
west of Valentine.
P. A. Grogan Is bxiilding a large
house on his land and is making other
A car of improved irrigating and
farming machinery was shipped from
Kansas City on June 6 for the Valen
tine Development company.
W. L. Cass reports he -lias plenty of
water at a depth of 350 feet and says
he has sold his drilling machine to C. T.
T. W; Snider and R. R. Youngblood
i has gone to New Mexico to purchase a
few cars of mules.
O. Boddeker has returned from Al
pine, where he went to establish a
moving picture shorn. On account of the
weak electric current furnished at Al-
j pine he will take, his own "dynamo and
; power plant.
J. F. Smith and E. D. Stegall have
gpne to EI Paso to attend, court.
Will-Evans, -nho Is sick with typhoid
fever,? is fast improving under the care
of Miss Briggs of Hotel Dieu, of El
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Newsom,
EL PASO PEOPLE AT
Hotel Virginia, Long Beach, Cal., Geo.
Valdoria, Los Angeles, L. M. Turner.
"It cured me," or "it saved the life of
my child," are the expressions you hear
every day about Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This is
true the world over where this valuable
remedy hag been introduced. No other
medicine in use for diarrhoea or bowel
complaints has received such general
approval. The secret of the success of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy is. that it cures. Sold by
July 2d to 8tk inclusive.
July 25th to 28th inclu
sive. August 30th to -September
September 24th to 30th
Limit 3 months, "but not later than
City Ticket Office,
it. Regis Hotel
Rains Improve Rauge Gra
ham "Mountain Timber
AVill Be Estimated.
Safford, Ariz., June S. A iorest fire
raging j u me uranaiii mtu.ntains is De
liib lougnt dv supervisor 'x. '1. fewift,
who Avt& at vaitji inception, a ranger
station 14 miles up in the mountains,
.twenty men are assisting nim.
Kd. Dowale, wuo is in from the
Lovvdle rancn in ctockton Paa, reports
the range greatiy improved &mct trie
blight sitiowers ot 10 uuyj; ago.
jir. Allison ot the iorestry service,
with heaaquaiteri at Albuquerque, haa
arrived and will remain heie for about
three nsontns. He w ltn tour otner ior
obiry men will estimate tll the timber
in tne Crook national rorest. Tins in
cludes the Graham mountains, which
are heavily iimoerea and very steep.
Mrs. George i. iorKe, accompa'meil
by her niotner, Mrs. n. P. iieebe, has
gone to her home at Cave Creek. Mrs.
"iorke spent the winter here.
F. A. Shaw, A. F. & A. M. grand lec
turer ot Arizona, ot Phoenix, visited
tne local Ma&ohie lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Carlos entertained
in honor of Miss Kathleen's birthday.
Mrs. E. IP. Todd will leave Thurs
day for El Paso, where bhe will visit
The second cutting of hay is being
harvested. About half of it is now
baled. The steam threshers expect to
begin work in the grain fields next
Misses Elfa and Aramina Hill of
Georgetown, HI., are here for the bene
fit of Miss Elfa's health. Their
mother will join them soon.
'There are 18 automobiles in town
now. Very good for a farming town
of 2000 people.
CONTRACT LET FOR POOR
FARM WELL AT BISBEE
Dos: Poisoner at Work in Three Towns;
Banker Announces Wedding
Eagles Will Hold Picnic;
Bisbee, Ariz., June S. F. O. Mackey.
of Bisbee, has been awarded a contract
to sink a well on the county poor farm
by ithe board of supervisors of Cochise
A desk in the box office of the O.
K. "theater was forced open In daylight
and about ?15 taken. The thief has not
A number of dogs have been poisoned
the past week in Bisbee, Warren and
A oneeting of the Southwestern Min
ing and Dereloping company stockhold
ers was held in Bisbee. Several amend
ments to the bylaws of the company
iwere made and officers were elected for
the ensuing year.
B. Ericson, a well known miner, was
taken to the Copper Queen hospital,
being ill with plurisy.
H. Nowell, of the Orpheum theater,
was married In Los Angeles to Miss
The approaching -wedding of E. C.
Corey, of the Bank of Bisbee. and Miss
Alice Meade, of Tucson, has been an
nounced. A farewell dance at the country club
iwas given to ttoe senior class by the
juniors of the high school. About 75
M. M. Rice, an Arizona pioneer, is in
Bisbee from Alaska, where he has been
for several months.
Mrs. Medigovich and family have left
for Hot Springs, Ark., where they will
spend the summer.
E. E. Neyland, of the Copper Queen
store, has gone to his home in Penn
sylvania to spend his vacation.
OROGRANDE PERSONAL AND
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Orogrande, N. M., June S. The Qro
grande 500 club met at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. S. Howard Leech and
spent a pleasant evening.
Jesus Coltharp and Ralph Fleck, who
have been attending the milltary
school at Roswell the past year have
arrived home for their summer vaca
tion. Mrs. J. L. Downs gave a birthday din
ner party for her niece. Miss Margaret
Mahoney, Sunday. The guests were the
Misses Edwina. Mary and Eve Mof
fett and Miss Beatrice Leech.
The hotel equipment of Mrs. Rhine
bolt, who formerly operated the Sac
ramento hotel at. Orogrande has been
shipped to Miami, Arizona, where Mrs.
Rhinebolt Is running a boarding house.
The Orogrande Sewing club will meet
with ZIrs. Bates Thursday afternoon of
Murray Kinzie, who has been in Ari
zona, is again back to work at the
Mrs. William Parrot has gone to Mis
souri to visit with frleinds. Mr. Par
rot will join her later and return,
There is some talk of a Foxirth of
July picnic here, but nothing definite
has been done.
the administration conservation bill.
In an interview with senator SmooL
in charge of the measure. Pinchot
sought the adoption of an amendment
striking out the provision that would
permit of the exploration and pur
chase of withdrawn lands under the
mining laws. It is said there was a
sharp clash between senator Smoot and
-Pinchot, who had been fast friends for
many years. Their views -were directly
Senator Hyburn. of Idaho, charged
in the senate that the government's
land policy has driven 50,000 American!
homeseekers to Canada.
RAIN FALLS NEAEX DUBLAN;
MORMON COLONY NEWS NOTES
Colonia Dublan, Mex., June 8. There
was a heavy rain in the Dublan pasture.
also a rain to the north and. one to the
south, but Dublan was not touched.
The river raised considerable, but all
j the water was "withdrawn before it
J reached the Dublan dam.
Mrs. Lucile Robinson Taylor joined
a mountain excursion party and en
joyed a few days aipong the pines.
Ben Moffett of Ciudad Juarez, and
little son Ernando, have returned home
after a -visit with friends In Dublan.
COLONIA JUAREZ LOCALS.
Colonia Juarez. Mex., June S. Lem
uel H. Redd is sick, and his daughter.
Mrs. Romney, Is not,well.
Manuel Naegle, who Is working on
the railroad bridge at Pearson, has
been visitng here.
The officers of the Stake Board of
Relief society and Young Women's
association have gone Into the moun
tains in the interest of the local
PINCHOT FIGHTS TAFT'S
Washington. D. C. June S. Former
forester Gifford Pinchot descended on
the capitol Tuesday for the avowed
purpose u exerting his innuence
against the passage by the senate of newspaper work
Clifford Smith, an Arizona newspaper
man, who has been the business man
ager of the Monterey News for the past
six months, has returned to the states
and left for Phoenix Wednesday after
noon, where he will again engage In
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you easily irritated?
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patience at the slightest provocation ? That is a certain indication
that your nervous system is weakening. At this dangerous period
the very help you need to bring you back to the calm and patient state
you once enjoyed. Joeing rich m the tissue-building properties
or select barley malt and the Iupulm from choicest hops. ia
periect comDinaiion, jraDst .extract acts almost directly on
the whole nervous system, inducing mental peace and
retreshmg rest, replenishing the blood and revitalizing
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