Newspaper Page Text
Monday, June 27, 1910.
mmmsmimmmmimm ou A world op
ALL ABOARD FOE THE FOLLOWING HOTELS, SUMMER RESORTS, ETC. YOU CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT. FISH. HUNT.
Zf H CKP PLAY TENIS, GOLF, BOWL, DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AMONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA
TURE. MAPS ANTJ TVTTnPATATTnTJ fV?r TtrC PnTTnnTTwn .-.r ,rvrT.-r -rrr-r-n- r. rTTr,rrOTTT-n TmmiTTimTV A UT7T5 1 T T WT?TrT?
LND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RESORTS AND HOTELS WILIaBE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OFFICE
6100 FT. HIGH
Spend Your Oating
In tne Mountains at
I YE ALPINE
JUST A MILE ABOVE
THE SEA. REASONABLE
SUMMER RATES, BEAU-
TRAILS DELIGHTS ALL
A trip to LONG BEACH
for a. day. -week, month or
season will also delight the
On the Pacific Electric
D. A. MUXGER,
G. P. A. Pacific
Electric Ry.. Los
3r Mtu,. " 2"-T"
A Ja . .rrrss.
July 1st to 4th on Famous
Courts of the
, " ."
Long Beach, Cal.
(BY THE OCIMX.)
THIS TOURXA3IENT "WILL BE FOR THE
COAST CHAWIOXSHIPS ItfEX'S DOUBLES.
DELIGHTFUL COOL "WEATHER PREVAILS.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF PRIVATE DRESSING
ROOMS, Attendants, etc, at VIRGINIA, when-
surf bathing is THE SPORT OF THE DA Y.
"WRITE FOR BOOKLET AND RATES.
"CARL STANLEY, Manaeer."
r 1 K.rwJtwE
-VVl i, WW
r msst and best ecnacsed institution west of Battle Creek. Located bv the Sea.
hereit is NEVER HOT. NEVER COLD, but always JUST RIGHT all the year around. Very reasonable
rates. DesaipfrvebooUetFREE. W. RAY SIMPSON, Manaser, LONG BEACH, CAL
W SPECIAL W
M ONE OF THE NEWEST -?k
Sunset Route Offers the Following Round
FOR THE SUMMER
During Months of June, July, August, September; Limit Oct. 3
San Francisco $50
ONE OF THE NEWEST
AND FINEST HOTELS
BROADWAY AT SEVENTH
COOPER & DAVIS, Lessees
,,. f i 2Xr . i
SPECIAL LOW RATES--Los Angeles, $30.00; San Francisco, $40.00
Free Auto. Biu ileeta AH Trains.
"VlANY NEW ATTRACTI
TO THOSE LEFT BEHEN'D. FOR IF
TMEV COt LD 0LY TAKE THE TRIP
HOW TKEI WOILD ENJO IT. Just
t'fr.& of tie delis tful cco -weather
2id the snany augments that are
pvid? gratis. THE GREAT DEEP
FEA FISHING. THE FINE GOAT
HTNTING. THOSE COOL. NIGHTS that
sre enjoyed at THE CANVAS CITY,
THE ISLAND VILLA and the HOTEL
METROPOLE. the GREAT MOONLIGHT
FjATTNCH RIDES, and a thousand other
GET BUST WITH
XOl Pacific Electric BIdg.,
Los Aselex, Calif.
EL KEPOSO SANITORIU3r,
RANCH AND HEALTH RESORT.
SrERRA 3IABRE, CALIF.'
A moderate priced sanitorium for the
fdearJSc treatment of diseases of
throat aad lucss. Physicians and Grad
nztf Narses In constant attendance.
Ifit Hoass, Mission Bungalows, Art
and Crafts Shop. Club House.
H I N M A
Los Angeles, Cal.
(Under Entirely Hew Ttlanagement.)
AN IDEAL SU3IMER HOME. Beauti
fully furnished. Heart of cltv. Close
to shopping and theater districts.
WRITE TODAY FOR SUMMER RATES
and interesting folder.
Seventh :ml Flpnieron Sts
Los Anjrcles, Cnl.
JA3IES A. CORKIE. 3Isr.
July 2d to 8tn 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
is itiiu u.i, BbACH there is something doing everj- minute. IS NOTED ,
-f v-'-n- axo xdxuaj jkjiu auaijujii. vvjAXlliUJX, as iLiJJj Ais ITS IDEAL AND
DELIGHTFUL WARM WINTER WEATHER- THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF
AMUSEMENTS, Good Theaters. Fine BATH HOUSE. PLEASURE PIER, FIN- I
EST FISHING. BOATING. SWIMMING. BATHING WHICH IS ALWAYS PER-,
FECT, AUDITORIUM. COUNTRY CLUB GOLF, AUTOING. DRIVING, FINE
COTTAGES, GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS. THE FAMOUS HOTEL VIR
GINIA. BAND CONCERTS, and everything that makes vour outing an en
ONE DAY, WEEK, MONTH, SEASON or 12 months of the year will BE
SPENT FULL OF PLEASURE AT LONG BEACH.
Further particulars, maps, booklets, etc., address W. L. CAMP, Sec'y.
LONG BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, LONG BEACH, CAL.
jf4 NATI3K K3USE
ri2ll fr vS7SawS iafi,-..
rHK-JFJBSiltVBBS&l r2!iS5'-feviti BvsiSllRBHBBl
t&T3$&gm3g3&aai i w fc
t-"r v-.-.'Vf:sor.-.--na-y .
Ir ikLiI m m EmUll
pmut Southivestern i!iulL''J
f 1 Headquarters. f
City Ticket Office,
Sto Regis Hotel
EANCH AT YSLETA-
EUROPEAN. 75o to 82.50
A5IEKICAN, S1.75 TO 53.00
FREE AUTO BUS
MEETS ALL TRAINS
EUROPEAN, 50c TO S2.00
A3IERICAN. SI .SO Trt S2.ai
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
LOST RHEUMATIS3I A.D ST03IACH TROUBLES.
FOUND HEALTH AND HAPPINESS AT 3IURRIETA HOT SPRINGS.
Murrieta, Cal. America's finest sulphur mud satlis and swimming pooL
Booklet -land information bureau or by writing.
FRITZ GUEXTHER, Prop. H. GUENTHER. 3IanaSer.
We "srlll be pleased to have you make
ji-'tr iedquarters at this centrally lo
cated aad reasonably priced hotel
Tliile yam. ar fa Los Angeles.
427 South Olive Street.
Rates 75c per day and uo.
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.
"Phone: F SS32, 3Iain 5772."
Special family rates.
Larse beautiful jrround.s with sports.
Large cool veranda. An ideal place.
to spend the summer. Sea brecares. S10
per neck nud up.
"Write for further information.
MANAGER. 3Iountain View Inn,
Comer Sixth and Alvarado Sts.,
Le Angeles, CaL
Five 3Hnnteas froni 3u&lnes Ceater. In
aristocratic residence district, overlook- :
Isr West Lake Park. Special accom-zr-odatlons
and rates to people In El
Pas and vicinity. J
W1L- R- CORWEf, Crrser smd 3Iaaascr. '
The Monte Vista
; W. Washington St.. Los Angeles.
A Urstd&ss borae ror people who
brto.rd- 0ly two blocks from beach
A select aicrblorfeoiL '
A. C. BILIKE, LOS ANGELES, CAL. JNO. S. 3IITCHELL.
1 person $1.00 to S1.50 a day. With private bath: 1 person 51 50 to S3
2 persons $1.50 to $3.00 per day. 2 persons S2.50 to $5.0o!
Pico Street, at Flower.
Not a downtown hotel, but only eight
minutes away on three different car
lines. A quiet home hotel, modern In
I Wrifro lis for r.Ttpcj Tnn tvill ho cm-
prised how moderate.
THE HERALD CAN BE
SENT TG YOU
Ii i&iL- It is not necessary for you
it-" wttbost the news of the world.
f E! Paso, of the Southwest, no mat
ter -srhere fob go. Simply notify The
Herald hy mail, giving present address
-d iertgtk of time desired sent to new
3dr On returning please notify
tL'jc. is '-rd r that serfvee by carrier
star zeupt'i? resumed.
i rmnmmmmuiLiMikri l mim m ni.ii mi -, -
Triihil r rwr-Tivr ar- ipw. izmmjmtmmjrzx.jrmx-'--!'-'(tu:vL, -ovtc mitiSZ 04fe J
I 1QS ANGRLE
I aS' FOURTH AT
I i ii Close to all thp.atrfs
421-3 AV. Fourth St.. Los Anfeeles.
Strictly firstclass. Public and private
baths. Hot and cold water in all
rooms. Single and en suite. $4 per
week and up. Central location.
E. F. CURTIS, Prop.
Moore Ranch To Be Devel
oped Ysleta Orchestra
Ysleta, Texas, June 27. Dr. Moore's
ranch is to be developed into one of
the largest poultry farms in the south
west. Rhode Island Reds are to be
raised exclusively. Dr. Moore has some
of the finest herds in the United States.
E. Percy Peterman is manager of the
Rev. H. P. Bond filled his appoint
ment Sunday afternoon. He will leave
July 5 to spend a month in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Bach and daughter and
R. L. Lander came down in the Lan
der auto with Rev. Mr. Bond Sunday.
Capt. and Mrs. Robert E. Seay. of
El Paso, spent the week-end as guests
of Mrs. A. L. Peteynan.
Mrs. Wm. Whitney is visiting ii El
The Ysleta orchestra will furnish the
music at Clint on the Fourth o July.
BURNED 3IINE FORE3IAN TO
NOGALES FOR TREAT3IENT.
3Iexicnn Yonth Arrested on Theft
Charge Drouth Does 7!ot Affect
AVater Supply Hay to 3Iexico.
Nogales. Ariz., June 27. E. J. Hop
kins was badly burned about the face
by a gas explosion at the Ivanhoe mine
Inthe Patagonia mountains, where he
is (foreman. He was brought to No
gales for treatment.
Pedro Bustamanta, a 14yearold Mex-
1 ican lad, has been arrested and placed
1 in jail on a charge of theft, being
I apprehended while trying to sell some
I jewelry and other articles of value,
alleged to have been taken from the
i Alfonso Bacheller home.
Despite the continued drouth, the wa
ter supply in Nogales as yet seems
ample and no limit has been made by
the water company, only a request for
economy has been made.
Eight carloads of baled hay have
been crossed over the line here for the
S. P. construction camps on the west
coast of Mexico.
Mrs. E. H. Polk, of Tucson, is visiting
her cousin, Mrs. E. IC Cumming, in
ARTESIA 3IILIi'IA3IEN TO
CALIFORNIA E VCA 1IP3I EXT.
People's Mercantile Company has open
ed, having purhcased the entire stock
of the Elliott-SCendricks Dry Goods
company. A general department store
will be opened In the next 30 or 60
days. The stock has been ordered.
Mis Flora May Rennick, 31 years
of age, died at the home of her mother
in this city of acute stomach trouble.
Her body was expressed to her former
home at Russell, Kan, for Interment.
But a few Tnirmtpc at nil railwov ctadnn mi-- . Tl
Suburban nlaCPS f aimisomont Hio mnnnlo(nI. ,.. I u i ..
( door. BEAUTIFULLY furnished and modern in every respect"8 THP
VAN NUYS CAFE IS FAMOUS THE WORLD OVER and is UNEXCFT
t VIEWS AND SUMMER RATES by writing E. L. POTTER CO Cw
KNAPPE. MANAGER Van Nuvs. Los An rm UU- C" a
RADIUM'SULPHUR SPRINGS, Colegrove, Los An-eles
TAKE BATHS AND LIQUID SUNSHINE
IT SPARKLES. AND FOAMS LIKE CHAMPAGNE. Drink the mosf Mi
active curative mineral water. It purifies blood, keeps you youmr lJt
rejuvenates your whole body. HOT BATHS cure Rheumatism. CoMtWh
Colds. Asthma. Poor Circulation. Paralysis. Diabetes. Stomach LIvpJ ttPa T n'
Bladder, Blood, Bright's, Nervous and Female Troubles ? Makes Iwn?Maefs'
hair silken. Physicians in charge. Send for booklSt WatedJllSjeJ6 S
Melrose Ave. cars direct to springs. "euverea. lake
HOTEL ALHAMBRA, European
.iiu .uiflli UKOAUWA1, LOS ANGELES
Absolutely fireproof. Building and furr-shings new. Within easy acces nf
Try The Herald-Want Ads
j ucn in me jiaai stages progress of
I the malady can be checked, the tu
bercle bacilli destroyed, and a com-
We have incontrovertible evidence
of our success. Many Los Angeles and
Southern California people have been
rescued from an apparently hopeless
stage of the dread disease.
Texas is the ideal climate for cures
Your Loved Ones May Be Saved
From Their Impending Doom'v
Tuberclecide completely 61imlnates
the Tuberculosis Germ from the hu
man body. '
No hypodermics. No nostrums.
investigate our claims and begin
treatment before it is too late.
Treatment at home, surrounded by
home comforts. We invite correspond
ence and will give full particulars by
mail, or to all who cajl at -our offices
Rooms 702 and 703 International Bank
Building:, Los Angeles, Oal.
Masons Attend Temple Dedication nt
Roswell Children's Day Exercises
Held Personal News Ioin.
Artesia, N. M., June 27. Capt. Chas.
R. Echols has returned from Santa Fe,
where he succeeded in yiaving the adju
tant general revoke the order rescind
ing the trip of company C to the Cali
fornia encampment. Arrangements
have been made to replace the rifles
lost by af ire a month agof
Twenty-five Masons went to Roswell
to attend the dedication of the new
Mpsonic temple. Among the number
wero I. F Phillips, A K( mata. E.
E. McMatt. E. C. Higglns, S. E. Feree.
J. S. Major, R. C. aton and George
Dr. J. B. Heck, of Dayton, was buried
Sunday, the funeral services bei.ijr un
der the auspices of the Masons.
John 3. Enfield has resumed with his
family from a visit to Missouri.
Rev. J. C. Gage lias moved his fam
ily to Roswell.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kemp have re
turned from their bridal tovr to the
Constable Cooper has returned from
Las Vegas, where he placed Lawrence
Strauss In the sanitarium.
Mrs. P. A. Ray, of 'Jhickashaw, Okla.,
is visiting her son, Rev. J Allen Ray.
Children's day was celebrated in the
DALLAS W03IAN INJURED
IN EL PASO RUNAWAY.
Mrs. E. E. Vinyard, of Dallas, was
thrown from a carriage and painfully
Injured Saturday afternoon in a run
away on West Missouri street. A team
of harness and ran madly down the
frightened at the breakrng of a section
of harnes and ran madly down the
hill. In front of Carnegie square, Mrs.
VInvard wac thrown to th trmfinA va.
horses continuing their course. At Ore- j
B"" aim .Missouri streets, tne vehicle
collided with another in which two men
were riding. There was a general mix
up of horses, men and harness, but no
body was injured. Mrs. Vinj;ard, who
Is visiting Mrs. G. F. Hawks, sustained
a minor cut on the head and painful
bruises. She is confined at the hospital.
MANY SANDERSON CITIZENS
GROW GARJJENS NEWS NOTES,
Sanderson, Texas, June 27. A. nnm
ber of citizens planted small gardens
this year after the waterworks system
was put in operation. T. R. Kuyken
dall.e cashier of the Sanderson State
bank, has grown five heads of lettuce.
iom Fulcher and son John, of Crock
ett county, are visiting their kinsman,
Miss Mabel Hudson,-of Plantersville,
Miss.,Us visiting with her brother. Dr.
S. B. Hudson. She was accompanied
from San Antonio by Dr. Hudson's
daughter. Miss Maxine, who has been
visiting relatives there.
Rev. Roy Byrd, of Langtry, held serv
ices Sunday in the skating rink. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Byrd.
Former section foreman Baker has
moved here with his family from Dry-den.
FIRE HOSE FOR CARl.SBAD
STORE OPENS WOMAN DIES.
Carlsbad. N. M., June 27. The Carls
bad fire department has ordered 500
feet of new heavy fire hose.
The dry goods department of the
DYNAMITING FISH IN NEW
Santa Fe, N. M., June 27. Complaints
are made to the office of game and fish
warden Thomas P. Gable that a number
of men are dynamiting the Gila, San
Francisco and tributaries in the Mo
gollon district in western Socorro
county. A mounted policeman has been
dispatched to Investigate.
The Hondo Lumber and Roofing
company, capitalized at $30,000, has
filed incorporation papers.
ALTO 3IAN SELLS TULAROSA
PROPERTY; ALTO HOGS SELZ.
Alto, N. M., June 27. Watt Gllmore
has returned from Tuloraso, where he
disposed of some property.
John Hightower has returned frorc
Cliff, N. M.
T. J. Grafton, of Parsons, bought a
drove of hogs from James Reeder. Lute
Jennings, of Parsons, is also here tc
buy some hogs.
ALPINE 3IINING C03IPANY
Alpine, Tex., June 27. The Boquillas
Mining company has temporarily sus
pended work but it is understood that
the company is being reorganized with
a larger capital and will begin opera
tions soon on a much larger scale
VISITORS AT COAST RESORTS.
Arizona arrivals at Hotel Rosslyn: J.
McGovern, Tucson; Thos. D. Molloy,
Yuma; Thos. S. McClure and family,
Yuma; Chas. W. Miller, Jr., Kingman;
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Jakobson, Mesa.
Guests registered at the Van Nuys,
P. J. Archer, Tucson; D. Sullivan,
Globe; Mr. and Mrs,L. W. Powell, War
ren; Mary E. Nugent, Yuma; H. J. Mc
Clung, Phoenix, W. F. Staunton, Tomb
stone; G. M. DIetz, Silverbell; Dr. and
Mrs. R. Ferguson, Bisbee; Frank E.
Gates, El Paso; M. P. Freeman, Tucson;
Mrs. L. Barker, Dallas; Miss E. Mitchell,
gl .jlllUill' -lfLiE IIIl nP JPP? ti?)
655 f & 6S55 5. B&y 52551 V$$i &i
Self Filling Fountain Pen
Fills Itself. Cannot Leak.
Sold & demonstrated by the