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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday Mar 16, 1912
TWO NEW THEATERS
FOR MIAMI CAMP
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C0R0NAD0 BEACH CAL.
WHERE SHALL I SPEND
"A Few Suggestions About the Famous Spots for Your Summer Outing
The following announcements of California's Holds, Sanitariums, Health and Summer Resorts will solve your vaca
tion problem. Literature and valuable information will be furnished at our Free Information Bureau or by writing direct
THE ENCHANTING ISLt
Of THE PACIFIC
ITS DRY MARINE CLIMATE IS
FERFBOT. THBRB IS
SPEND TOUR VACATION
WHERE IT WILL. BE MOST
Bathing, boating. yachting.
Moonlight Launch Rides. Moun
tain Coaching, tennis, golf and
other recreations galore.
Tkelslasd Villa and Canvas City
Delightfully situated tinder large
shady trees. Good stores, fine
water. Good hotel accommoda
tions. BUY YOUR TICKETS DIRECT TO
For summer folder write
MOST FAMOUS SUM
MER RESORT I N
SAN DIEGO COUN
TY. Located on San
ta Fe Railroad, 20
m4!a. nirrh nf Qfl n
i ' " D,ego.
THE STRATFORD INN
A delightful hotel overlooking
the breakers. Wonderful ma
rine view. Every modern ac
commodation. Mammoth hot
end cold plunge bath house.
Tennis, Autolng, golf, surf
bathing, fishing, etc
SIMMER RATES AND FOLD
Frank CammlBKs, Mgr,
Del Mar, Cal.
Covering everything for
Outing clothes. Camp Equipment.
Boots and Shoes. Fishing Tackle, Guns.
"Everything Outing and Athletic"
214 West 3rd St.. Los Angeles, CaL
Pico Heights Hotel
ISIS S. Vermont St- Lea Angeles.
Where you feel perfectly at home.
The best home cooking, modern con
. emences, large airy rooms and spa
cious porches Rates $35 to $45 per
month, including room and board.
L. M. HAINES, Mgr.
RFMFI1Y 30 YEARS
PILES, CHILBLAINS FELONS. BURNS. ETC
A VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD SALVE
ALL DRUGGISTS HAVE IT OR WILL OSTMN ON RC3.UCST
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES.
rricc 25 Cents.
UNGLEYt MICHAELS CO SAN FRANCISCO.
723 Bonnie Brae, Los Angeles, Cal.
In the Beautiful West Lake district
Cool and Breezy. Make your reserva
tions for 2 and t room apartments.
Low Summer rat's $30.00 to $60.00. Ev
ery modern convenience. Each apart
ment Is a cozy little home. All Infor
mation cheerfully furnished by
aOtS. O. STKINKK. Mgr.
FORMER EL PASO BOY
GETS GOOD APPOINTMENT
W. M. Johnson, Jr., son of Immigra
tion inspector W. H. Johnson, has been
graduated from the Bliss electrical
school in Wasnlngton, D. C, with hon
ors, and has been appointed assistant
Instructor in the mechanical labora
tory. He was formerly an EI Paso boy.
tut has been attending Bliss electrical
for the past two years. His appoint
ment to the faculty of the school came
after a course in the school, which -was
one or the best of the school graduat
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be curea by Hall's Catarrh Care.
F. J. CHENEY CO, Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by hie firm.
WALDING. KIVN'AN & MARVIN.
Wnolesale I'ruggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's "ettirrh Curt is taken Inter
nally, acUng r'ircctH upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c per
bottle -!oH b all Druggists.
Takf Hall s Familj Pills for constipation
(ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF). DELIGHT
FULLY SITUATED BY THE SEA AT CALI
FORNIA'S COOLEST BEACH, LONG BEACH.
"THE CENTER OF ATTRACTIONS AND
ALL SOCIAL ACTIVITIES." Every one of
its beautiful rooms are cool and outside.
Offers every accommodation at rates low
enouarh to crive Derfect service. Conducted on
the American Plan. Spacious grounds; private tennis courts: dressing rooms
for the surf bathers and every sport and amusement. Long Beach offers
the finest roads for motoring and driving. Write today for booklet and
summer rates to Carl Stanley. Manager.
JSUTFEW BLOCKS EROM BREAKERS 'Crt
EVERT ACCUMUIJAIJUIW AI
CALIFORNIA'S FOREMOST HEALTn RESORT
Ideally situated at Long Beach, America's King of
Beaches. Latest Battle Creek Sanitarium methods of
treatment used, and given, the same as at Battle Creek.
A specialty is made of Scientific Electrical Treatments.
The finest electric equipment on coast. New pressed
brick building. Strictly modern and homelike. (Grad
uate Nurses only employed.) Skilled corps gentlemen
and lady nhyslians and surgeons. Tennis. Golf. Horse
back Kidlns, Motoring, etc Delightful surf bathing.
Always cool in summer. For booklet and rates write W. RAY SIMPSON, MGR
THE ENVIRONMENT OF
Is audi that it is the ideal place for you to spend the summer. Countless attrac-
j tions; A $135,000 Pier. Auditorium. Splendid Surf Bathing; A $100,000 Bath
House, The Famous Pike. Parks, Virginia Country Club. Excellent roads for
driving and motoring. Afternoon and evening concerts by Gold Medal Band
throughout the summer. Take a delightful ocean rjde between Long Beach and
San Pedro and view the ships of commerce through the open door of Southern
California. There are good hotels, apartments and cottages. Write R- L. Bisby,
Sec Chamber of Commerce.
FREE AUTO BUS
SSSS3E&& &S& HEETS
RUGGED, HEALTHY LIFE GIVING OZONE AND
Lots now selling
at the Strand
from $140 up.
Send for full par
ticulars. Right on the
Write A. B. Curtis & Co., 1324 D. St.,
I - n.
FIFTH AND OLIVE STS, LOS ANGELES
Overlooking beautiful Central Park. Every modern ac
commodation: furnished for absolute comfort" large lob
bies and private parlors. Special summer rates.
B. F. GREEN. Mgr.
CARRY TOO MANY
Capacity Is Cut Down Until
More Lifeboats Are
Los Angeles, CaL, May IS. People
can't go to Catallna that is all who
want to go until more 'life boats are
secured for the boats operating be
tween the mainland ana tne lsiana.
The steamers C&brillo and Hermoea,
operating between San Pedro and San
ta Catalina, by the W-llmlngton Trans
portation company, are heavily affected
by an order to collector of the" port
Pendleton from United States supervis
ing inspector of steamboats John K.
Bulger, who ordered reduced the pas
senger complement of the boats on half
an hour's notice. The complement of
each of these steamers was ordered re
duced over four-fifths. The Cabrillo's
was 950, and has been cut to 158. The
Hermosa's list was cut from 625 to
110. As a consequence both the Cabril
lo and Hermosa left for Catalina yes
terday. Instead of one of the boats, as
formerl , the tw o carried but 268 pas
sengers. Edward Afahar. the San Pedro
iranager for the Wilmington Transjjor-
MY SUMMER OUTING?
- -rK p7QTiii
EUROPEAN, COc TO 82.00
AMERICAN. 81.50 TO ?.S9
t m a
LA JOLLA STRAND HOTEL
From $12 a week American Plan.
Pacific Ocean. Mysterious rocks and
Special Inducement to summer home builders
at this glorious ocean front property.
San Diego, CaL
Center of City
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Fireproof. New Free Auto Bus.
Texas Headquarters. Rates $1.00, Sl.it, $2.1
BALTIMORE HOTEL CO.,
Hess & Caldpy, Props.
I tation company, turned away hundreds
who wished to cross to Avalon.
The boats operated last week under
a special permit from Bulger with the
understanding that the tug Warrior
was to be kept near while they were
croslng the channel. Both were filled
to their former complement with Sbrtn
ern all last week.
The capacity of both boats Is to be
increased automatically with the ad
dition of more lifeboats and life rafts,
which equipment has already been or-
Many Big Steamers Suffer.
The steamer Siberia, operating be
tween San Francisco and the orient,
was reduced from 1.260 to 0 pas
sengers; the steamer Roanoke, be
tween San Francisco and Portland,
from 600 to about 260, the steamers
Queen and Umatilla, between San
Francisco and Seattle, ima. been re
quired to reduce their lists 200.
"About 20 out of 300 vessels operat
ing on the Pacific coast will suffer
temporarily from the new rule," said
Bulger yesterdav. according to a spe
cial dispatch from San Francisco Ev
ery vessel will be required to 1 a e
lifeboatage for every person aboard
ship. Safet appliances, other than
lifeboats, will be recognized li the
government no longer As tlie ssh is
enter imrt th w ill be lnpe ted anJ
10 & F1GUER0ASTS.
cool, moaern in every
detail 200 rooms.
,-,!.. A ,, ... . ". ;" " " V I
orwuwn n itpc l
iuwe 10 an meatres. stores. Deach ana
mountain car lines.
One visit will conTlnce. you of Its Ideal
location and perfect service. "Write for
rates. j. . BLOOD, MGR.
Located in a beautiful tropical park of
30 ares, facing the Santa Barbara
Channel with its chain of islands In
the distance, and for a background the
majestic Santa Ynes Mountains. The
summer is tempered by cooling ocean
breezes which make outdoor life de
lightful Boating, Batning, Motor
ing, Fishing, Tennis, Golf
and all Outdoor Sports.
European Plan, rates most reasonable.
Iteeia with detached bath from $1.09
Room with private bath from $2.00
Milo M. Potter, Mgr.
FOR A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER!
1 WHICH ?
BALBOA and BALBOA ISLAND
BUT A LITTLE DISTANCE APART
AND all have their attractions and va
rious recreations. Either bay or ocean
fishing, boating, bathing and yachting.
Canoelag and launch rides are delight
PLEASURES AND COOL WEATHER
EVERY DAY. A CLEAN UNRIVALED
WHITE SAND BEACH. Delightful
home sites. Good hotels, cottages and
apartments. Write Secretary Chamber
of Commerce, Newport Beach, CaL
The West inia
823 West Fifth St-
LOS ANGELES. CAL.
California's finest Apartment House,
very centrally located
Roof gardens, sun parlors, social balls.
Every Modern Accommodation.
Write for Further Information.
Headquarters for El Paso
Two blocks from Central Park; con
venient to all car lines. Special Sum
CIIAS. A. BYLER, Msr.
618-824 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles. CaL
TO LET: 1000 APARTMENTS
For famihes-COMPLETELY FURNISHED FOR
HOUSEKEEPING BETTER THAN HOTEL
LIFE-MORE COMFORT-LESS EXPENSE
spotlessly clean, coolest, most homelike, large
grounds, all locations. Only $10 to $90 monthly.
No carfare. T. WIESEND ANGER
408 W. Sixth Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
they will be given no clearance with
out the necessary small boats."
The magnificent steamers Yale and
Harvard, transferred to this coast a
year ago from Boston, and now oper
ating bftween Los Angeles and San
Francisco, have had their capacities
reduced from TOO in each case to 247
for the Yale and 254 for the HarTard.
WITH PECOS CHURCH
Pwoa Texas. May 1- The district
conference of the Methodist Episcopal
church, south, for the district of Mexi
co, including Texas west of the Pecos
river, convened in this city today for
a week's session. The meetings are
held at the First Methodist church.
Special provisions were made to take
care of those attending.
Good rains have fallen spasmodically
In various pans of the Pecos valley.
Fine rain fell Tuesaay night all the
v.a from a few miles north of Pecos
to the New Slexlco border and as far
north In the new state as Roswell
Little app'ehension is now felt foi am
r! rain foi ittle purposes through
i it ui- f .in--Tn os
Wafted bv cool sea breezes throughout the summer months, situated In Its
own beautiful grounds, a-nidst luxuriant flowers and foliage. Just "een
minutes across the bay from San Diego. Hotel del Coronado stands out like
a jewel in a brilliont setting.
THE FAMOUS CORONADO COUNT RT CLUB, with Its 18-hole Golf Course,
Tennis Courts and Polo Fields: Special Competitions during the summer.
MAGNIFICENT AND SCENIC ROADS FOR MOTORING. Surf and Tank
Bathing. Water Polo, Saddle Livery, Motor and Sail Boats, Special Sea Fish
ing Trips. Bowling and Dancing.
WRITE FOR SPECIAL SUMMER R ATES and Booklet to H. W. Wills,
Manager, Hotel del Coronado: or to H. F. Norcross, Agent. S34 South Spring
Street. Los Angeles.
WRITE FOR FOLDER AND RAT ES pertaining to the famous COR
ONADO TENT CITY AND PALM BUNGALOWS to J. H. Hammond. Manager
Coronado Tent City, Coronado Beach, CaL
HORSES TQ DEWING
C. H. Lester Orders a Well
on Auto Trip.
The Demlng office of The .1 Paso
Herald Is room 11. Mahoney block.
Roy Bedlchek is agent and corre
spondent. The Herald's distributor in Dem
lng is the Leffler & Field Cigar and
News Store. "Hue Herald will be de
livered to all parts of the city same
night of publication, at SO cents per
Demtng. N. M, May 16. Allen S.
Edelen. of Burgln, Ky.. a prominent
stock man of that state, .Is now In
Demlng visiting his brother In law.
C L. Beard. Mr. Edelen will soon
ship in a carload of thoroughbred Ken
tucky horses and also a car of Jersey
cows for sale here. A company Is be
ing organized here now for the further
importation of fine stock from tne
Edelen stock farms In Kentucky, as
there is a large demand from farmers
in this valley for fine horses and cows.
B. F. Beard, of Hardinsburg. Ky, fath
er of C. L. Beard, and Mrs. Percy M.
Beard, are also vlBiting C. L. Beard, of
C. H. Lester has let a contract to
Ely & Dymond for the complete ln
stalatlon of an Irrigation plant on his
land four miles east of Demlng. The
contract includes the boring of the
well, lnstalation of casing, and also
the lnstalation of the pumping ma
chinery, which will consist of an
American Well Works turbine pump
and irasoline engine. The contract for
boring the well has been
Henry MacRoberts, who
work at once.
Dr. H. T. Safford and R. Noel Lon
guemar,e, both of El Paso, passed
through Demlng yesterday en route
from Silver City to El Paso by auto.
Dr. Safford states that he has never
traveled a better anto road than the
one from Demlng to Silver City. He
also took occasion to remark that
there were more boosters to the square
foot of space in Demlng than in any
other town he had ever visited. '
There was a meeting of the board of
directors of the Bimetallic Milling A
Mining company in the Bank hotel, at
which Geo. W. Leffler was elected to
membership on the board of directors.
A preliminary report was presented
hv c K Anthonv. consulting engineer
on the company's property, f his prop-
ertv consists of nine claims in the
Tie'rra Blanca mining district. 13 miles
northwest of Lake Valley in the Black
Range mountains. The report showed
that there is now blocked out on the
property 40,000 tons of ore, which runs
on an average $10.80 In gold to the
ton. A committee was appointed at
this meeting to select an office for the
company in Demlng. and also to see
about employing a competent man at
the mines. .. .
C. N. Pickett, of Stockton, Calif., Is
Thos. Livingston, chaplain In the
United States army, is In Demlng mak
ing preparations to move his family
here. He has land near town which he
will soon begin to develop.
Alton Thompson, of Shelbyville. Ky.,
Is here looking for a location.
A. D. Paxton has purchased of Ely A
Dmond a 20 horsepower gasoline en
gine and American pump for lnstala
tion on his land six miles east of Dem
lng. Mr. Paxto.i is clearing, grubbing
and breaking 80 acres which will be
put In crop this year.
& R. Braselton returned to day from
a business trip to Rlncon.
JAPANESE ARE WORKED
ON FARMS AT PORTALKS
Portales. N. M, May 1ft. Livingstone
Bros, have made a deal whereby they
are putting in anothorv irrigated farm.
This makes four farms they are man
aging, having Japanese on moat of
of them. The new farm they will
plant in beans, sweet potatoes, canta
loupes and alfalfa. .
Wire chief Clark of the Rocky Moun
tain States Telephone company, has
returned to Roswell and manager Ber
ry states that he will know In a few
days the exact amount to be expended
In the valley for rural lines.
Jim Stone, of the Vaughn Stone
Land and Cattle company, went to
Kansas City and wOl be gone some
time in the interests of his company,
getting ready to ship a bunch of cat
tle and also to put in some higher
grade cattle. . ,
The weather Is damp and foggy af
ter another rain. This rain makes the
third in as many days. Everything is
looking fine and the dry land as well
as the Irrigated farmer is wearing a
Jewell Kimberlln and Felix Herbert
have returned to Clovls. Mr. Kimber
lln was the referee in the recent
M C. Vaughn and Charlie Wolf have
returned to Dubuque. Iowa, with the
two men they haTe had down here
showing the Texas Und owned by the
Vaughn Stone Land company.
Frank Shaw, the broom man of Eli
da. was In Portales on some land busi
ness. . .
C C Slaughter came in from Roswell
today and left for his ranch, where
the roundup for the year is going on.
Grass Is reported fine on the ranges
and the cattle are In good condition.
R. D. Yoakum, owner and manager
of the Rancho Del Rio El Descondido,
and a brother of B. F. Yoakum, presi
dent of the Frisco road, is fixing the
land to put In 300 acres of alfalfa,
possibly this month.
fiat the Original and Genuine
The Feed-drink for All Ages.
For InfantsJnvaMs, and Growing children.
PureNulribon,up building the whole body.
Invigorates the nursing mother and the aged.
Rich milk, maked grain, m powder form.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take ho substitute. Askfor HORLICK'S.
Pot in Any nfifk Trust
Rugs, Money and Liquors
Are Stolen During
Belen, N. M May 16. Burglars en
tered the building occupied by the
Belen Commercial club, securing prop
erty and cash of a considerable value.
Among the articles taken were two
valuable Navajo rugs, several dollars
in money, and a quantity of liquors
from the buffet.
The last of the members left the club
at about 11 p. m. Some time between
that hour and daylight the robbery
was committed. From all Indications
there was but one person Involved In
the act, his footprints being plainly
visible. ,. .
This is the third time the Belen
Commercial club has suffered consid
erable loss as the result of robberies,
within the past few years.
A fire was discovered Tuesday In
some of the uotbuildlngs of the resi
dence which is occupied by Wm. M.
Berger. There was very little wind at
the time, and the damage was only
slight, there being no danger at any
time of the flames spreading to adja
cent buildings or property. The prem
ises were owned by John Becker, and
the buildings were covered by Insur
ance. Rev. E M. Hutchina. pastor of the
local Methodist church, has returned
from a business vlsit of about two
Weeks' duration iiT eastern Colorado.
I will pay a reasonable reward for
information leading to the recovery of
all or any part of a quantity of silk
bull fight handkerchiefs, silk shawls
and silvery filigree Jewelry. These ar
ticles were recently stolen from my
Henry S. Beach, Wholesale Mexican
Goods, 408 San Francisco St., El Paso,
10c Per Basket
Tae Stare BeaatlfaL.
Texas Street and Mesa Arcane.
Railroads seek the best and
They state that the first cost is infinitesimal, but maintenance after
ward must be low. In other words they want the highest grade of pant to
insure its long life, thus keeping maintenance low.
This rule stands good for citizens as well as railroads.
One of the most popular railroads out of El Paso, uses Tattles' Im
perial Paint on their station buildings, depots, etc.
Telephone 206 for color card, thirty modern colors.
Tuitle Paint and Glass Co.
BeS Phase 206
We Are Now Receiving Our New
Sfnrlr r-f S811 Goods, Croquet Sets, Hammocks, Teaaia
""w v Rackets and Salic anJ .lm k j c,.nni
firearms and ammunition.
Shmltmn-'Pciyne Arm? Ce.
OVERLAMD and EL PASO STREETS.
Tell These People
Want They Will
Bell 608 & 629.
A. .RTAX & CO.
Ball m rktail GROCERIES WH0LESALB Anto 1271
Mail Oriexs Gives Prompt and Special Atteatisa.
CLIFFORD BROS. . 307-309 E. Ovetlaad St.
Hacks, Baggage, Livery aad Boarding; Storage, Warehouse; Light and He&Y.y
Hauling; Horse Shoeing, GeseAd Blacksmithing, Carriage 4 Fainting Shop.
Call ODOM'S TRANSFER
Te haul yur baggage or mere you. Storage aad packisg fey careful me.
BELL 1504. ATJTO 1965.
R. B. BIAS FUEL COMPANY
HEN FOOD, CHICK FOOD AND POULTRY MASH.
POULTRY AND STOCK SUPPLIES.
HAY AND GRAIN PHONES: 849-1849
New School Buildings Will
Have to Be Ereeted
Miami. Aria.. May 16. J. V. Prochas
ka has sold hi lease on the alrdome
to Miami parties, who will manage It
in the future. Mr. Prochaska an
nounces that he will build an opera
House on M property a.rss the streei
from the postofflee. The building will
be 60x90 feet and two stories high, the
first floor to contain box office, stage
and large seating space, while on the
second floor will be the gallery and
several large offices.
G. M. Lukes h and Sam Smargonskev
announce that they are having plans
made and will commence Hie erection
of an opera house within two 'weeks,
the building to be 50x85 feet and of re
inforced concrete, two stories !
height. The first floor will ha, c t
large seating capacity and the secon i
floor will be occupied as a ga!!er
C E Golding. census marshal foi t
Miami school district, has finished t
taking of the census and announces
total of 301 children in the district b
tween the ages of 6 and 21 ears.
very large increase over the census
last year. It Is very likely that ti.
district will be bonded for two addi
tional schqpl buildings, one of which
will likely be at Miami camp and an
other in Miami proper, near the post
office. M. Sozonich and G. Boreta will com
mence the erection of a reinforced
concrete building on Sullivan street.
which when completed the will occu
py with the meat market which is
now located on Gibson street.
MUNICIPAL 3IARKET IS
PLANNED FOR PHOENIX
Phoenix, Aria., May 16. An ordinance
providing for a municipal market con
ducted by the city, has been submitted
to the city counciL
Kedakers. ask for new price list of
kodak finishing. Prices reduced. Qual
ity unquestioned. Fred. J. Feldman Co
"The Best On Earth"
Come in and look them
over before supplying
yourself "with summer
Sold exclusively by
A W& k 14 U .YANVJ
t durable paint.
Acta Phase 1206
a good supply of
-, . .MW .
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Bell Trunks, $ags and Leather Gesds Aate
1054 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1940
We Store Goods. Opp. Posteffke, across Plaza.