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Wednesday, August 17, 1910.
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FOR EL PASO FAIR
ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS, SUMMER RESORTS, ETC. YOU CAN WEAR KNGCK-A-BOUT 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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1 FREE AUTO BUS RJt . ' "
MEETS ALL TRAINS eukopeax, soc to S2.00 mwBmMK&wEBS
AMERICAN, S1.50 TO S2.50 $ 11! PkB 5 I aHi! 1
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HAS ITS OWN CITY GOVERNMENT.
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MEET TOUR RRIENDS
The Island Villa and Canvas city offer j
you VERY REASONABLE RATES.
THOUSANDS OF A3IUSEMENT3.
Beautiful shadj' groves.
Everyvrhere Is clean and sanitary.
BAND CONCERTS ARE NOTED.
BOOKLET FREE ON REQUEST.
104 Fncife Elcc,tric Building,
I Los KseIes, Cal.
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AMERICAN, 1.75 TO S3.00
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
LOST KJHBUMATIS3I A-"E iTOIIACH TROUBLES.
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FRITZ GUENTHER, Prop. H. GUEXTHEB. JIanascr.
COL. PURIRA W
3?&&!!P FOLRTH AT 31 A IN ST. I
FOLRTH AT 31 A IN ST.
Close to all theatres and in heart of business district-
But a few minutes of all 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 FA3IOUS THE VTORLD OVER and is UNEXCEL
LED IN CALIFORNIA. GET THAT BOOKLET OF INTERESTING
VIEWS AND SUMMER RATES by writing E. L. POTTER CO.. a H
KNAPPS. MANAGER. Van Nuys. Los Ansreles. CaL
HOTEL ALHAMBRA, European
310 NORTE BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES.
. Absolutely fireproof. Building and furnishings new. Within easy access of
4 fill Tllnr3 nf Tincfnoce an1 Antorf9iiiff PoQplnrr in Ite inrofinr nnnnln?
ments. Special rates.
J. K. HaXKIiA. 2IANAGER.
Tn Mggsst Poetry Fscd MsRc$actrif
k ths wcrii Try bag c! bis fttd.
FUHSM SCRATCH FEES
Makas Hsa L&y
mmm ohiok feed
Ssvis Ei&y ChEclca
(Aiwrs la CJckwtsiru Baft)
FOR SALE BY
0. G. SEETON
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POLICE COURT FINES.
Chas. Brennelson was fined $10 In
police court Monday afternoon on a
charge of disturbing the peace. Bren
nelson was convicted of having started
a rumpus in Abeson's restaurant on
South Stanton street.
Frank Collins was fined $5 in police
court Monday afternoon, on a charge of
assault. He was charged' with having
beaten and abused his wife.
Adela Castror a woman, and J. B. Spil
olary, a Frenchman, were fined in police
court Mondaj- afternoon on a charge of
Barney Oldfield May Come.
Crack Racehorses A
Manager Frank Rich is in corre
spondence with Barney Oldfield's man
ager, and it is probable that the speed
king will bring his big 200 horse pover
Benz car to El Paso as 'one of the spe
cial speed features of the tair. The
Samge team of trotting horses may
also be brought to El Paso for the big
exposition. This world famous team
includes Hedgewood Boy, Lad3 Maud
C, Dau Patch, Minor Heir and George
Gano. These horses are making a tour
of the country and are planning to ap
pear in El Paso before the Phoenix
The Case Machinery company, of Ra
cine, Wis., is arranging to build an
addition to machinery hall in which to
exhibit its display of machinery and
implements. This company will have 3
steam callioue as one of the features
of its exhibit, and will arrange for the
operation of various kinds of power
The fair catalog will be off the press
this week and will be sent to all of the
friends of the fair in the southwest. Tho
catalog is much more complete and ar
tistic than the one issued by the asso
oiation for the first annual fair.
Dr. J. A. Edmunds, a polo expert who
has decided to locate in El Paso, has
arrived from his polo pony farm at
"W illcox, Ariz., end "will open a veter
inarlan office as soon as he can find a
location. He will also arrange for a
polo contest as a part of the fair pro
gram and will go to Phoenix after the
close of the El Paso fair to assist In
conducting a polo tournament during?
the Arizona fair.
Million Confirmed Drunkards in U. S. One-third of
Them Die Every Year and Ranks Keep Full.
Philadelphia, April S. One million persons in this country are con
firmed inebriates. Of this number one-third die yearly a-s a result of drink,
.yet this number is annuallv made tip lv recruits of the army of druiikards.
This was the substanee of a paper read by DrDsLaney Carter, of the
2sev York Medical Socie&y lor the study of alcohol and other narcotics.
Thi problem, he asserted, exceeds in sociological importance anything
known to modern civilization. He urged institutions for their treatment,
lectures, educational ef-forts and every legal methodiof restraint that can
possibly check the influx of new drunkard.
The monument to the Pilgrims erect
ed recently on Town Hill at Province
town, Mass., to commemorate the land-
A SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT. FOR THE DRUG AND LIQUOR HABIT.
Will free you from your slavery to alcohol, without hypodermic injec
tions, "ttitfccut the use of system wrecking drugs, without a- long and ex
pensive residence in a sanitarium. It car.not hurt our heaJth,wand will
netain you from business only 3 days. A cure guararateed.
SANITARIUM, 2013 ATLANTA ST., EL PASO, TEXAS
PJione, Auto 2481
E. A. Thomas, Manager
CLASH OF AITIIORITY
i: COLIMBIS STItIKE
Ing 300 years ago. President Taft dedi
cated the shaft amid a great roar of
guns. The monument is of granite,
the cost was $90,000, and the top is 352
feet above eea level.
Mayor Orders Cars Stopped at Xight,
Uut Tlie- Continue Rnniiinjc: Gov
ernor to BrinR: In Troops.
Columbus, O., Aug. 17. Acting un
der orders by governor Harmon, 300
members of the first Ohio regiment of
Cincinnati left that city on a special
train for Columbus to enforce order
during the traction strike.
Mayor Marshall has called upon the
Columbus Railway and Light company
to eep its cars in the barns at night
until peaea Is restored. He said a few
days of quiet probably would end the
excitement and permit the strengthen
ing of the police force, the sheriff's, of
fice and the vigilance committees.
Friends and advisors of governor
Harmon were greatly pefrurbed by a
remark attributed to mayor Marshall
v.'hen informed that the governor had
gone over his head and summoned
troops, whom he proposed to direct in.
quelling riots without consulting the
31ayor Marshall was reported as hav
ing said the governor and his generals
could go to Hades, so far as he cared.
The mayor promptly was called upon
to explain. He declared that the re-
( mark was not made by him. He said he
merely had declared that he did not
"care a rap" what his many critics
said. The builders :rad traders- .exchanea
i todav adonted rioliir.inri tnTii-n?- ntwm
j the governor to suspend the mayor.
direction of the head of a Cleveland de
tective asrocy. as a result of Aha dls-
j appearance of John- F. Braly, the f or-
j mor leaaer, who js poing sc-ught by the
police for shooting two vtfomen and. A
little girl. Jt
H- W- Bcowder, bocfitfceejper for th
H, Lesinsky company, lias . returned
from a month's visit atjhis old home in
Sweetwaater, "Tenn., andf with friends in
3sagreeanle at. Hoorne.
Lots oif men and. romen who are
agreeable vlth others, get "cranky" at
home. It?s not your disposition. It's
your liver. If"you find in yourself, that
you feel cross aronrnd the house, little
things worrx yoy, ust buy a bottle of
Ballard's Heirbine and pjft your liver in
shape. Ton and everybody arojjead you
will feel better for it. Price o0 cents,
per bottle. Sold by adl drugsfets.
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I1 I For Rent In New I
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Everybody has his own Summer Concerts at Home,
if he owns an
EDISON PHONOGRAPH, .
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE '
Buy one on the Easy Payment Plan.
W. G. Walz Company
gw To 'Wed
To Get a Manager
PLENTY Of IT BR!
EL PASO PURE MILK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there Is in
one pound 'of the choicest porterhouse
stealc El Paso Pure Milk Is pure
milk. It comes from inspected, con
tented cows, and is treated by the most
scientific methods. Delivered to you
In sterilized airtight bottles.
EL PASO DAJRY CO.
Phones: Bell 340; Auto. 1150.
Office 313 X. Oregron.
Talking Machine Dept. 103 El Paso Street.
August Records Now on Sale.
Ellis Bros. Ptg. Co.
Ellis BIdg. 110 S. Oregon
Kodaks, Photo Smj
mppiies tor engineers,
Architects and Artists
FINE KODAK FINISHING
FRED J. -FELDMAN COMPANY
El Paso, Tex.
El Psso Pasteii r isisfifufe
For Pre-retive Treatment
325 SAJT ANTONIO STREET.
Phoae 2340 R. X. Res 3437
Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of
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Apartado 5 Bis, Mexico D. F.
Janitor service is furnished together with all
the incidental requirements that help to make an
office building more comfortable than the ordi
nary office can be without these requisites.
LOCATION located in the very heart of
the business center where all street cars pass
its doors, well advertised, large signs on all sides
of the building, and immense electric signs on
tower show day and night where The Herald
Building can be found. This one feature is worth
money to any business man, to be in a building
that can be located without the assistance of a
city directory and one or two policemen.
REMEMBER, while you know where your
office is located, strangers and others must find
it. Therefore it is good policy to be where you
can be found when people want to do business
with you. isTow-a-days the average person will
not hunt long, he will do business elsewhere.
Apply for full particulars to
Bniiise!, Belphini, Anpr. 17. Daronexs Vanghan, -widow of the late klnjc
IiC'bpold of Belfirium, in soon to wed Emmanuel Durler, n French citizen. The
banns hme been published at An-oniHe, near the historic castle of Ballncourt,
which was a gift to the prospective bride from the aged monarch durins: hi
lifetime. The baroness Is but 27 years of apre and lacklnjr In experience In
worldly affairs. Her friends say that she Inds It difficult to manage the huge
fortune left her by Leopold and she fears that the leprlon of lawyers viho have
been ficrhtlnp: her in the courts will eventnally swallow not only the interest
but the principal of her eilate. Durler Is said to be a shrewd business man.
The two sons of the baroness have been sent to school.
Herald Building j
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. UliER TOUilST BATES!
iiiwsefS Of iiJi
From El Paso to the following points and return:
u. s. Cy.
Mexico Caty 36.30
Monterrey .v 23.00
U. S. Oy.
Queretaro '- 31.75
San Luis Potosi 29.15
Santa Rosalia 9-70
Tampico -. 32.50
Vera Cruz 44.95
Tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week during
June, July, August and September, limit of thirty days from date of- sale,
without stopover privileges. For further information call on or-address
City Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas.