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Monday, August 22, 1910. Jjj
News Of the Great Southwest 9
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Foreign Colonies to Present
City With Useful and
ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS, SUMMER RESORTS, ETC. Y Oil CA3ST WEAR KNOCK-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUITr 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.
Th City at
HAS ITS OWN CITY GOVERNMENT.
go, and be
MEET YOUR. FRIENDS
THERE. The Island Villa and Canvas city offer
you VERY REASONABLE RATES.
THOUSANDS OF AMUSEMENTS.
Beautiful shady groves.
Everywhere Is clean and sanitary.
BAND CONCERTS ARE NOTED.
BOOKLET FREE ON REQUEST.
y 104 Pacific Electric) Building?,
Los An steles, Cal.
Bagii' i "7 ii 'WTrTiiMiWCHWSwBHriBflMiiil'ii
rSs?S,:8!S?" Cool Weathver nw1!3p
fify Hotel Virginia vtjj;
is situated, but a stone's throw from the breakers,
at CALIFORNIA'S most ideal beachy LONG
BEACH. The summer weather of Long Beach i?
surpassed, nowheres. Is always ideally cool and
glorious. In winter the weather is always warm
In fact, so pleasant, that bathers can be seen,
both winter and summer. AX OUTLVG AT HO
TEL VIRGINIA will please you.
ATTRACTIVE SUMMER RATES.
CARL STANLEY, Manager.
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Chihuahua, Mex., Aug. 22. The gen
eral program -for the celebration of the
100th anniversary of Mexican indepen
dence here next month covers every
day from September 10 to 17, inclusive,
The state government has appropriated
$10,000 for the celebration here.
The feature will be the formal inau
guration of federal, state and city pub
lic improvements recently completed
here to the approximate aggregate val
ue of $1,250,000, Mexican currency. The
participation of the 6000 or more school
children in many parts of the celebra
tion will also be a feature.
There will be a parade of allegorical
floats, and a queen of the, fiesta.
The various foreign colonies will par
ticipate and present the qlty permanent
and useful things in memory of this an
niversary. The American colony plans
to present the state school of arts here
with .the machinery and apparatus for
the inauguration of instruction in some
useful art. The English and Turkish
colonists will each present handsome
fountains. Other colonies will also
make presents to the city.
Million Confirmed Drunkards in IL. S. One-third of
Them Die Every Year and Ranks Keep Full.
Philadelphia, April 8. One million persons in this country are con
firmed inebriates. Of this number one-third die yearly as a result of drink,
yet this number is annually made up by recruits of the army of drunkards.
This was the substance of a paper read Nby Dr. DeLancy Carter, of the
New York Medical Society for the study of alcohol and other narcotics.
This problem, he asserted, exceeds in sociological importance anything
known to modern civilization. He urged institutions for their treatment,
lectures, educational efforts and every legal method of restraint that can
possibly check the influx of new drunkards.
THE GLOBE 3 DAY LIQUOR CURE
A SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT FOR THE DRUG AND LIQUOR HABIT.
"Will free you from your slavery to alcohol, without hypodermic injec
tions, without the use of system wrecking drugs, without a long and ex
pensive residence in a sanitarium. It cannot hurt your health, and will
aetain"you from business only 3 days. A cure guaranteed-
SANITARIUM, 2013 ATLANTA ST., EL FASO, TEXAS
Phone, Auto 2481
DALHART PLAS FOR
Y. M. C. A..BUILDIXG
CHIZVO. COPPER COMPANY
GETS BUILDING 3IATERIAL
EUROPEAN, 7So to S2.50
AMERICAN, 81.75 TO $3.00
FREE AUTO BUS
MEETS ALL TRAINS European, soc to S2.00
AMERICAN, 81.50 TO $2.50
LOST RHEUMATISM A:D .STOMACH TROUBLES.
FOUND HEALTH AND HAPPINESS AT 3IURRIETA HOT SPRINGS.
Ifurrieta, Cal. America's finest sulphur mud baths and swimming pool
Booklet and Information bureau or by writing.
FRITZ GUENTHER, Prop. H. GUENTHER. Manager.
ONE OF THE NEWEST
AND FINEST HOTELS
BROADWAY AT SEVENTH
COOPER & DAVIS, L.essrE3
rcc Auto. Bus 3iceLa All 'X'ruitu.
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FOURTH AT MAIN 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 heachpe ns.ss the
1 door. BEAUTIFULLY furnished and modern in everv respect. THE
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LED IN CAXJFORNLA, GET THAT EC-OKLET OF INTERESTING
VIEWS AND SUMMER RATES by writing E. L. POTTER CO.. a H.
KNAPPE. MANAGER. VanNuys. Los Angeles. CaL
HOTEL ALHAMBRA, European
31G NORTH BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES. t
Absolutely fireproof. EuIIding and furnishings new. "Within easy access tf
all places of business and entertaiaiionf. Pleasing In Its interior appoint
ments. Special ratca. j. r, UaNKLA, MANAGER.
Tt Wffttt JwKry Fotd WwigfactMFir
tafhcworii. Try a if sf Ms feML
FUniM SCRATCH FEED
MtiGK Kms Ly
PWm CHI3K FO
Ssms tokf GWtks
FOR SALE BY .
0. G. SEET0N
HIGH GRADE VALENTINE
CHICKENS FOR THE FAIR.
One Good Ranch at Valentine Where
Chickens Arc Raised Rerlvnl Ser
vices Open Sunday Morning. -Valentine,
Teai; Aug. 22. Mr. and
Mrs. E. DC Stegall are the promoters
and managers of the only pure bred
poultry farm in Valentine valley,
known as the El Don Roberto.
Valentine at the Dry Farming con
gress at Eagle Pas. L
Cook Moore and famil3 of the El
Merto ranch, "have moved to town and
will remain during the school year.
Miss Ruby Henderson, of Marfa, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mabry.
George E. Johnson, Brown News au
ditor, is In town.
M. W. Kolz and C. Moser, of San
Antonio, are in Valentine en route to
the hot wells at Candelaria.
Mrs. R. R. Youngblood and family
are visiting at the 'home of Mr. and
PLENTY Of IT-
L PASO PURE
ASSAYESS & OHE3GSTS
There Is more food value In one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is in
onqt pound of the choicest porterhouse
steigc EI Paso Pure Milk is pure
tented cows, and is treated by the most lB2dDndenS ASSSIV Stf f 0
sclebtific methods. Delivered to you g cstabushed 1830.
in .ciijiicu ""6JU uutuco. i j&Rfi- -U. W. itECZEABT. i. JS.., .tTOpriSKir.
Agont forOreShippers Assays arte
Chemical Analysis, mines SxaPHnei
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
Specialty. p Q pox Q8
Office zad LaborxtQW:
e. PASQ- TEXAS.
One pen of six birds will be exhib
ited at the El Paso fair. These fowls ; MrS- w, v Gravenburg.
are non-seiiers ana snow enormous. Mr. and Mrs. A s Stewart are
egg yields They continue, to lay dur- quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ing the cold weather. J D Smith
This farm Is continually being 1m- Hicks aild"sivilla Gray, who have re
proved. The erection of new metal j turned from Las Cruces, are visiting
houses will begin as soon as material ; their uncle VT E Bell
arrives from Chicago. -Of these Mr. f Mr and V j pierce are vislt
Stegall will superintend the erection. , ing. at the home of thelj. parents.
which win be built the Kellerstrass M- fl irs A. W. Pric arc visiting
- , . -w - c
j Pian- their daughter, Mrs. Lester S. Smith.
Tho Christian minister. Rev. A. T. J George Elliott, of Fort Worth, is
I Felix, of Marfa, will begin a revival ; visitIne. L. d. Louthlan.
meeting at the Union church Sunday, j Mlss chauncev Evans, of Roswell. Is
He is aided by Rev. Golightljv of , visItIng. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Medley.
Uvalde. iIrs. G. . Evans. Mrs. R. B. Jcmes
Master Frank and Miss Ruth Jones : and Rube Evans are in Fort Davis,
were in from the Kelley ranch to meet j Mrs --aiter Chambers, of the Jack
their fatHer, W. T. Jones, who has SOn & Harmon ra-nch. Is In town with
returned from El Paso, where he -has nere nule aon who is under the care
been having his injured snouiaer ex-. of the phj-sician.
amined by the X-ray. . j Ed j0rieS and familv of Plateau, are
T. P. Kleaver, manager of the ex- visItlng. John z. Jeans.
perimentai iarm, ana j. jl- aneius. wr.
H. & S. A. yardmaster, represented
HOESES, SHOCKS BOYS
Coloiria Dublan Youths Have
Colonla Dublan. Mex., Aug. 'll Le
roy Patten and Daniel Foster, while
coming from Tres Alamos, where
shocked by -a bolt of lightning. As
scon as they recovered they whipped
up their team and started home on a
lively trot. While they were still
trenbling from the sensation and
fright there came a second shock
which killed one of the horses pulling
the wagon and another horse that was
being led behind. Both were valuable
James Cluff, of Colonla Pacheco, is
very ill in Nueva Casas Grandes.
David Johnson, of Colonla Juarez,
has a very sick baby.
A farewell party was given from
Tom and Vernon Jones, who leave
j Tuesday morning for a mission.
j una iiaray, oi uoioma Diaz, expects
to leave soon for Utah, where she will
care for her parents.
Lee Romney has arrived from Ari
zona for -avisit with relatives.
Lightning killed a cow in Colonla
Diaz and two in Colonla Juarez.
Mrs. Minnie Robinson, who 3ias been
visiting her parents-in Oregon, is on
her way home.
Puhllc Schools Open September 2: Wa
termelons Are Plentiful and Cheap;
Hotel Has Heating Plant.
Dalhart, Texas, Aug. 22. A move
ment is on foot to establish a Y. M. C
A. In Dalhart. A public mass meeting
is being arranged with that end In view.
A suitable location has been offered,
where a public reading room and gener
al resort for rest and recreation can be
accommodatedvand no doubt will be ac
cepted. The Public schools of Dalhart will
open the second day- In September.
There are 46 additional scholars this
year, making 517 enrolled. It will re
quire 12 teSChers.
J. A. Hill now occupies his new store.
-W. E. Hubbard dryy goods emporium
on Denrock avenue is the latest up to
date house to locate in Dalhart.
It Is announced that George Ahlquest,
with the Rock Island road for a long
time at Dalhart, and now in the super
intendent's office at Spokane, Wash.,
with the Great Northern, is very low
with typhoid? fever , in the hospital at
Several large wagon loads of native
watermelons .were on tne streets. They
are of fine quality, average weTght 30
pounds and retailing for 25 cents. It is
estimated that over 100 car loads will
be raised around Dalhart this season.
ThaDesota hotel management has in
stalled the largest heating and steam
plant in the Panhandle. A S3000 boiler
just installed will furnish the house
Dell W. Herrington, president of the
Mountain, Plains and Valley railway, is
in Dalhart for a few days' rest and re
ports business good out on his line.
Judge C. Srlerrington Is holding
county com-y for Dallas county this
wjeek. Owing to the crowded docket
court will continue for two weeks.
B. T Conway of Lebanon, Ky., a large
lano. owner In Moore county, is at the
Dcmlnsr Physician Attends Convention in
San Francisco; Personal and
General Nerrs Notes.
Deming, N. M., Aug. 22. A large
amount of material is being hauled by
the Santa Fe to Hurley to be used by
theChina Copper company in build
ing its new plant.
Dr. S. D. SwODe left for San VmrC-
cisco to attend' the annual convention
of thih Pacific Coast surgeons.
Conductor Fitzpatrick has returned
from his vacation on the Pacific coast.
He will resume his run on the White-water-FIer.ro
branch of the Santa Fe.
T. J. Curran of theMogoIlon Gold &
Copper company passed through Dem
ing enroute to Silver 'City.
Thos. E. Milster anc wife have re
turned from Los Angeles and other
W. G. King has returned from the
upper Gila river, where he has been' on
a fishing trip.
H. A. Galiegly, of Bazey, N. D., is in
Deming looking after his property in-,
terests. He will bring his family here
In November and will Improve his place
south of town.
T. W Webb of Globe, Ariz., Is visit
ing with his brother, A. P. Webb.
Mrs. Henry Meyer and son- have re
turned from Faywood Springs.
Miss Ida Wright and Miss Elizabeth
Kerr of Lordsburg returned from Sil
ver City and were in Deming before
leaving for their home.
H. Maddox and wife of Animas passed
through Deming en route to the
Mimbres Hot Springs, where they will
remain two weeks.
Thomas Hall and family have re
turhed to their home at Nutt.
Mrs. L. O. Danse has arrived in
Deming from Tuas, N. M. Mr. Danse
has a homstead near -Midway.
W. TV". Crawford has returned from
Cambray, where he put up an adobe
building- for Hal Kerr.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram
Perry of Mimbres, died t Deming and
was ouried w
J- N. Hoy, a Santa Fe operator, for- ' tary
merly of Demin
.faso, nas gone to Silver City, where
he will be employed at the Sanija Fe
E. A. Thomas, Manager
Mr. Lauderbach has been assigned to
duty on the Madgalena run.
Hope Patterson, mining engineer, has
returned from Kansas City.
SELLS SMALL LAND TRACT
Farm All la Cultivation ?itn $4000;
Republican Delegates Attend Con
vention in Safford; Personals.
Solomonvilley Ariz. Aug. 22. E. L.
Tidivell ha" sold his d acre ranch on
I the Safford road to Mr. Duncan. The
tract Is atl In cultivation. The consid
eration was; $8000.
' -T. P. Cates has left for Bisbee and
Phoenix to be gone- two weeks.
Mrs. Chas. W. Davies and son have
returned to her home in Globe, Ariz.
A large number, In addition tip the
chosen delegates, attended the primaries
n Safford Saturday to choose delegates
to so to the constitutional convention
to meet in Phoenix, Sept. 12. Ph.
Freudenthal, A. A. Anderson, Joaquin
Figueroa, and Johnny Diaz' were the
The Deanoorats have chosen B. G
Suarez, Regina Chovonda, A. G. McAlls
ter, J. I. Massey, W. H. Gillespie, W. A.
Wilson and D. H. Cloridge.
Mrs. Talisferro has returned to her
home at Solomon after a month's visit
at her old home in New Mexico.
CSarence Ellsworth is again at the
Montezuma mill east of Solomonville,
after an absence of two years. Mr.
Ellsworth went to Australia from here.
Miss Florence Lacy left for Miami,
Ariz., Saturday to join her father and
mother, who moved there some time
IS OPENED AT SANTA FE
Santa Fe, N. M., Aug. 2$. The New
Mexico Museum of Archaeology was
opened here to the public at a reception
given bythe Woman's Board of Trade,
the Woman's Auxiliary of the museum
and the New Mexico Archaeological so-
the Odd Fellows' ceme- i ciety. In the reception line were gov-
l trinur iLiiu. jrs. jlhhs, territorial secre-
and Mrs. Jaffa, judge and Mrs.
but recently of El ' John R. McFIe, Charles F. Lummls of
Los Angeles. R. W. Corwin of Pueblo.
Colo.. aud Frank Springer of Las
engineer of the Silver City
The S00 class of engines that are now ; The mural paintings by Carl Lotav
Desota hotel for a few da rest, after abie to haul about doubIe tne tonnage rooms of th nlrf tia.T d rh rh1hita
ni mountains in , of the engines formerly used. i from the cliff ruins as well as three
.Mrc Ssm'F TTfTl : ... .'" . " '. .-" ".'. uuiuiiwi '"""6. itiitcii esp&CiJ.l
her sister, Mrs. J. N. Cole, of this city, c
are spending a few weeks at Manltou,
H. L. Reed, superintendent of the El
Paso division of the Rock Island, is in
run. I attention.
1 I T.
CONFEDERATE VETERANS '.
HOLD STARFORD REl'.VION.
S. S. S. cures Old Sores in the very simplest way. It just goes into the.
circulation and removes the poisons and impurities which are keeping the
place open. Then the sore or ulcer heals because the infected flesh
tissues receive nourishment and healing properties from the blood, in
stead of irritatnxg, disease-laden germs. Every symptom of an olcT sore
suggests diseased blood. The inflammation, discharge, discolored flesh
Large Number in Attendance Wood
men of World Get Stamford Grounds
for Encampment After Thursday.
Stamford, Tex., Aug. 22. The J. D
Sayers camp, United Confederate Vet-
f- rtT0-TC O T"rt. tlafA fW 1"tn AV....t i..
vu.Af a, x tc a. u& i-iicr txiiuuiii ItTUIIlUil. - -J ru ,-l. 3 jt- j- jt j - - wi.
The program will continue through "" " mutsi, aiu me iact suae ac resists every iorm or local treatment,
WednjJsdaj. More than 300 of the and even retunis after being removed by surgical operation, indicates to
grizied veterans of the conflict be- "a a geat extent the blood is polluted. S. S. S. removes every .trace of
i tween the states are. expected to be poison or lntectious matter from the circulation and mates the blood stream
present. Tents havJ been erected pure, rich and healthy S. S. S. reaches hereditary taints, and those who are
Bread, pickles and barbecued meat win suffering from an old sore, which came without any apparent cause, could
also be served. i not do better than take a course of this great blood medicine to remove
The pricipal address to the A-eterans the inherited taint. S. R. S. miros nlri snrtc fnr T10 rvno 'mnla -r t,, :-
ro-ill h adollvAr. Kv n C To s ,.r .j ,, , , , - """'" -"io AOtwvii uxico ii
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I T?ryt- TXTnrrt-L .n mtn. n a " VTVJVA,
! ;u, ""4,"1 w.iitu iwine &lii j to all who write.
: Senatft. H Will nnTr rn Uenntii- I
The annual encampment of the
Woodmen of the World, known ai the
West Texas Log Rolling association,
will begin on the same grounds
Thursday. One of the principal fea
tures will be the address on Thurs
day by Hon. Jewell P. LIghtfoot, attor
ney general of Texas. He is heal coun
sel for this jurisdiction. Woodaien of
the World and one of the most influen
tial Woodmen n the state.
TCLAROSA WOMAN AND BABY
INJURED BY HARD FALL
Book on Sores and TJlcess and any medical advic frea
TE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLASTA, GA.
EL PASO DAIRY CO,
Phones: Bell 340; Anto. 1150.
Office 213 N. Oregon.
0n the shady side of Oregon St., opp.
Pofloffice. Quality Sweets. Properly
PJiOHe Orders Promptly Delivered.
BeH 1000. t Auto. 1158.
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Castom Assay Office
CRITCHE?TT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
322 San Francisco St- Phone 324.
Ore Shippers' Agents
Melt and Refine, or Purchase,
GoM and Silver in any form. Corre
spondence invited. Strictly confidential.
o. w. wihslow & co.,
304 San Francisco St.. El Pa30. Texas.
A3IARILLO WOULD ADOPT
Amarillo, Tex., Aug. 22. When the
Texas legislature meets in its next
retrular session, the citv oounoil of Ama-
i rillo will petition for a charter to adopt
j the commission form of government
' here. The matter has been undei ad
visement for some time and there Is
no doubt but that the citizens win ap
prove the plan. (
Before the new form of government
is adopted the city limits will hgex
tended so as to take in the suburbs of
Glenwood, San Jacinto and other addi
tions, which will add about 2000 more
people to the city's population.
DALHART FAK.MERS RAISE
BIG CROPS OF BROOM CORN.
Dalhart. Texas, Aug. 22. Over 50
farmers from Hartlj' and Dallas coun
ties brought samples of .. their broom
corn crop which is practically a new
Industry here. The heads average
over 24 inches. Buyers of broom corn
are passing through this part of the
country attempting to -contract this
The Locket Adair revival meeting
Sheriff John McCanless has just re
turned from the El Paso she'riffs con
vention. He says the entertainment
given the boys at that city was jrreat.
Thrown From Hbr.e and Injured About
the Head; Both will Rccoicr;
Tularosa. N. M., Aug 22. Mrs. C. L.
Macklnson had a serious" accident, when
a horse she was ridng became frighten
ed, throwing her and her baby to the
ground Mrs. Mackinson was rendered
unconscious for some time. The haby
was hurt on the head and spine. "Mrs.
Macklnson was in the San Andres
mountains when the accident happened
It Is beleved both the woman and baby
Bob Clark and sister. Corrine, are
here from El Paso, visiting Mrs. - H
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gunton and
daughter Marguerite, are visiting at
Mr and Mrs. C. L. Libbey are here
visiting from Bent.
DIES IN MEXICAN CAMP
Chihuahua, Mex., Aug. 22. The body
of Geo. Work, who died at Ocampo,
Chih., of typhoid fever, has arrived
heref. His wife and two year old child
camp from Buffalo, N. T. Mr. Wood was
in charge of the office of the Sierrra
Consolidated Mines company and was
well known In this state and in El Paso
He was formerly cashier of the Greene
Gold-Silver company, when that con
cern was operating in this state. He
was about 36 years old.
SMALL CHILD BURNS '
SELF WITH COFFEE.
C-laremore. Oldn., Ausr. 22. The infant
child of John Doyle, livimj near here.
tume-1 over u cup of coffee while seatod
in a liio?h chair at breakfast this morn
injr His arms and 'breast were badly
scalded. The injuries are serious.
PROMINENT NEW MEXICAN
DJES SUDDENLY AT SANTA FE I
Santa lFe. N. M., Aug. 22. Judge
Eugene A. Fiske, former United States
district attorney, and a cousin of, the i
late general Lew Wallace, dropped dead
here as he entered his house. He was
a native or New Hampshire, where he
was born in 184 S. He was mustered
out as a lieutenant from the union
army after the civil war He was
graduated from the Columbian law
university at Washington, and was ap
pointed chief of private lands by presi
dent Grant and later assistant secre
tary to the president. He has held
Vilnyus Oi.iii;t;5 m rK aitwico. ne was I
a prominent Aiason and Knight Templar.
His second wife and five children sur
Kodaks, Photo Supplies (j
uppiies for iLngmeers,
Architects and Artists
FINE KODAK FINISHING
FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY
El Paso, Tex. ,
Are the easiest made and most de
licious everservedby the finest cooks.
Simply Btir tho powder into milk,
boil a few minutes, and it's done.
Anyone can do it. Directions printed
on. the package.
Ice Cream made from Jell-0 Ice
Cream Powder costs only one cent a
lavors: Yanilla, Strawberry,
Lemon, Chocolate, and Unfavored.
At Grocers', 2 packages 25 cents.
Beautiful Eecipe Book Free. Address,
The Genesee Poref ood Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
Everybody has his own Summer Concerts at Home, I
if he owns an .
VICTOE TALKING MACHINE
Buy one on the Easy Payment Plan.
W. G. Walz. Company
103 El Paso Street.
Talking Machine Dept.
August Records Xow on Sale.
El Paso School
Upper Intermediate, full felg-h sefcooX d 4m
vanced elective courses. Theory, ra.oti
.and appreciation of music under th bS
Instructor. Resident director of phj ileal
training- and outdoor sports.
.MISS SLATER 3USS TAPEL, Prlacivala.
B20 Pros-ect Ave. sa Pjuaj TWb