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0 HERALD
Wednesday, July 6. 1910.
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ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS, SUMMER RESORTS, ETC. YOU CAW WEAR XNGCK-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT, FISH, HUNT,
SAILORCOIP PLAY TENNIS, GOLF, BOWL, DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AJSONG 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.
i "f ki Ran "Jl Jt A m j
if: Spend Your Onting j
IT. a' In the Mountains at
II life 00
I YE ALPINE
TAVERN
JUST A MILE ABOVE
THE SEA. REASONABLE
SUMMER RATES, BEAU
TIFUL. MOUNTAIN
TRAILS DELIGHTS ALL
WHO GO.
OR
A trip to LONG BEACH
for a day, -week, month or
season -will also delight ths
vacation seeker.
OTHER GOOD
BEACHES
On the Pacific Electric
railroad.
INFORMATION, ILLUS
It t
in
T
TRATED BOOKLETS,
Maps, Etc.
D. A- MTJNGER,
G. P. A. Paclflc
Electric RT, Los
Angeles, Calif.
Hear Famons Porter's Catalina
Island Band at
TT-Pia'TTTKR TS delisrhtful. ENJOY THE
GREAT DEEP SEA IbHING. THE
MOUNTAIN COACHING, TtLfcJ uuax
HUNTING, THE MOONLIGHT LAUNCH
RIDES. Plav tennis, golf, or the sport
rou are in quest of- CATALINA has
every sport that Is the delight of the
WHOLE FAMILY.
THE BATHING
IS GREAT.
NIGHTS' ARE PLEASANT AT THE
CANVAS CITY OR THE ISLAND
VILLA.
Hotel accommodations good, rates
reasonable.
BANNING CO.,
104 Pacific Electric Bids.,
Los Angele. Calif.
EL REPOSO SANITORIUM,
SAKCH AND HEALTH RESORT.
SIERRA 3IADRE, CALIF.
A moderate priced sanitorium for the
scientific treatment of diseases of
throat and '.jess. Physicians and Grad
uate Nurses in constant attendance.
Te"t Houses. Mission Bungalows. Art
sr.d 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 !n Los Anjreles.
HOTEL TRENTON.
427 South Olive Street.
Rates 75c per dav and iro.
HOTEL A1VARAD0 I
AroerIcan Ilan.
Corner Sixth and Alvarado St., '
Lou Anfirelej. Cal. (
Five Slintxtes from Business; Center. In
aristocratic residence district, overlook
ing West Lake Park. Special accum- I
modations and rates to people in Ei j
Paso and vicinity.
W. M. B. CORWTA, Oiviier and 3Iancg:er.
The Monte Vista
i
SoO W. Washington St.. Los Angeles. J
A nrstciass aurac ior people wno
board. Only two blocks from beach
cars. V
SPACIOUS VERANDAS,
BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS.
A select neighborhood-
THE HERALD QAN BE
SENT TO YOU
DURING VACATION
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 serlvce by carrier
may be promptly resumed.
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If
ft Y5 Weatl
Long Beach, Cal.
delightful and oooL Surf baxhing perfect.
i .r M.H. i-t ifnlo -- oili r-w-r ?"wa f lift
rrrvate uressaug rwms, tiuramau, "" .w-.
life guards and boats. FAMOUS HOTEL VIR
GINIA COUNTRY CLUB, golf, tennis, fishing,
boating, riding, aaitoing, driving. EVERY DAYr A
HAPPY ONE YOUR OUTLN'G SPENT AT
HOTEL TTRGLnIA.
i7SL
"BOOKLET &
Finest and best eqdppedjm&tutioxi vest of Battle CredL
whereit is NE VR HOTTnEVER COLD, but always
ST DeabooUetFREE. W. RAY
,T7
-S "CARL STANLEY, Manager." r ( Kwlll
"- - ' . -- rTlrJl tet . f trg j
Is THE ONE BEACH there is something doing every minute. IS NOED
FOR ITS IDEAL. COOL, SUiEMER WEATHER, as WELL AS ITS IDEAL. AND
DELIGHTFUL. WARM WINTER WEATHER. THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF
AMUSEMENTS. Good Theaters. Fine BATH HOUSE. PLEASURE PIER, FIN
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 your outing a,n on-
JaOXEDY WEEK. MONTH. SEASON or 12 months of the year -will BE
SPENT FULL 'OF PLEASURE AT LONG BEACH
Further particulars, maps, booklets, etc., address - L- CA-f, secj
LONG BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. LONG BEACH, CAL. .
HOTEL ROSSLYN
.-"tfi -.
FREE AUTO BUS
MEETS ALL TRAINS
'3 '' -r.-r,r;- ,-si
EUROPEAN. 75c to S2.50
AMERICAN, 81.75 TO $3.00
LOS AK3ELES;
LOST RHET7MATIS1I AD STOMACH TROUBLES.
FOUND HEALTPI AKD HAPPINESS AT MLRRIETA HOT SPRINGS.
Murrieta. Cal. America's finest su'phur mud tmtiis and svlmminir pool.
Booklet and information bureau or by writing.
FRITZ GUENTRER, Prop. H. GlESTHEB. 3Ianaser.
A. C. BILIKE,
L.OS ANGELES. CAL. JNO. S. MITCHELL.
S O UTH WESTERN TIE A DIL A RTER.
RATES.
person $1.00 to $L50 a day. With private bath: 1 person $1.50 to $3.
2 persons S1.50 to $3.00 per day.
KiriXIS ' AN GELils
FOLRTIx AT 3iAI ST.
Ciose to all theatres and .n neart of business .listriot-
1
But a few minutes of all ra.iway stations The cars to all
suburban places of amusement, the mountains and beaches pass the
door. BEAUTIFULLY furnished and modtrn in every respect. HB
VAN NUTS CAFE IS FAMOUS THE "U uPJ.D OVER and is UNEXCEL
LED IN CALIFORNIA, GET THAT BOOKLET OF INTERESTING
VIEWS AND SUMMER RATES bv writing E. L. POTTER CO.. C. H.
KNAPPE. MANAGER. Van Nuys. Los Angeles. Cal.
RADIUM SULPHUR SPRINGS, Colegrove, Los Angeles
TAKE BATHS AND LIQXID SUNSHINE.
IT SPARKLES AND FOAMS LIKE CHAMPAGNE. Drink the mnsr a,
active curative mineral water.
It purifies
Melrose Ave. cars direct to springs.
iv-j. ..cv, u. .. uiv uuuj. aj.wj. .i. j ij.j i-uic lujcuinaiibiii, unstipatlon
Colds. Astlima, Poor Circulation. Paralysis, Diabetes, Stomach, Liver Kidnevs
Bladder, Blood. Bright's, Nervous and Female Troubles. Makes skin velvety'
hair silken. Physicians in charsre. Send for booklet. Water dp'ivpr t'
raimronatoc rmir Trhnla Urtrfir TJrl'P wfT1r3C? n...n
HOTEL ALHAMBRA, European
31G NORTH BROADWAY. LOS ANGELES.
Absolutely fireproof. Building and furpfghSngs new. Within easy access of
all places of business and entertaia-nt. Pleasing in its interior aDDoInf
ments. Special rates. .j. r. ka'xkla, L1NAGr
j&WiemNMiaSs3SmtMSSSi
I CUT
HENRY
300 S. EI Paso
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers,
- ...w. wtiuuira. iai iitri3 i.iiu 1 L.nti
2SESSI5SSS
'ginia
RATES"
c
S SAHiTARJUM X
LocateHjy tlSea. ME-HCaa
JUST RIGHT all &s yer arcund. Very rcasonablo
S1MPS0S, Managsr. LCKE BEACH, CAL
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ATTRACTION
katiok house !
EUROPEAN, 50c TO S2.00
AMERICAN, 81.50 TO S2.50
GALSFORNSA
TELJl
2 persons S2.50 to $5.00.
blood, keeps you young, revlvpi
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Bui'.iers Hardware Tnni!
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(EUROFEAH PLAN)
ONE OF THE NEWEST
AND FINEST HOTELS
IN CALIFORNIA
S&l
-sck
jToq
BaOADWAY AT SEVENTH
STREET
n
s COOPER & DAVIS. Lxssezs
l'Vee 3-uio. uui jeu iiu 'rranii.
THE EENMAN
Los Ansceles, Cal.
(Under Entirely "New Management.)
AX IDEAL. SUMMER HOME. Beauti
fully furnished. Heart of citv. Close
to shopping aaiJ theater districts.
WRITE TODAY FOR SUMMER RATES
and interesting folder.
TEFE HIXMAX,
Seventh ami FIsrueroa Sts
Lo Angeles. Cal.
JAMES A. CORRTE. Msrr.
HOTEL ANTLERS
.421-23 AV. Fourth St., Los Angeles.
ElUOPEW PUX.
Strictly 3rstclass. Public and private
baths. Hct and cold -water in all
rooms. Stngle and en suite. $4 per
week and. up. Central location.
"E. F. CIRTIS. Prop.
SANITARY
Shady side Oregon St., opp. postoffice
SEE OUR NOVEL WINDOW DISPLAY
DRINK MILK-DRINK
PLENTY OF IT--DRINK
EL PASO PURE-MILK
There is more food value In one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than thero is in
one pound, of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure milk.
It comes from inspected, contented
cows, and is treated by the moat scien
tific methods. Delivered to you in
Bterillzed airtight bottle3.
El Paso Dairy Co.
Phones: Bell 340; Auto. 1150.
Office 313 N. Oresron.
TRY OR. CHE liOlC'S VEG.E-rAli.2
COMPOUND.
MEDICINES for
hereditary debil
ity or weakness
of men. women
and children.
Chronic Blood
Poison. Eruptions
all Skin Diseases.
Rheumatism. Ca
tarrh, Heart Dis
ease. Lung Trou
ble. Liver Com
plaint and Con
stipation. Female interna1,
t-ouble, Inflama
tion or acute
pains INSTANT
LY CURED. Of-
Bell Phone 2910.
no lo I. Ca..oeiL
EMBOSSED LETTER HEADS
Per M, $8
O HINTING
i COMPANY
Ellin Bnlldin,-.
Eleetrle Power Embossers.
jcigg&Emg&m
WSPECIALg
' $ A N Eft -5
Ill fjr IE 19
E Hi imos
Sunset Route Offers the Following
During Months of June, July, August, September; Limit-Oc't. 3 1
Los x4ngeles $45 ::' San Francisco '$50
SPECIAL L0 RATES--Los Angeles, $30.00;
SELLING
July 2d to 8tli inclusive.
July 25th to 28th inclu
sive. August 30th to Septem
ter 7th inclusive.
September 24th to 30th
inclusive.
Limit 3 months, but not later than
Oct. 31st.
City Ticket Office,
St. Regis Hotel
EL PASO MAYG-ET
IFuRI&ATION MEN
President M. L. Swinehart,
of Texas. Wants National
Convention Here.'
El Paso again may entertain the Na
tional Irrigation congress. The cham
ber of commerce has received aJ letter
from M. L. Swinehart, of Pecos, Tex.,
who is president of the -Texas Irrigation
congress asking if El Paso -would con
sider entertaining the 1911 National Ir
rigation congress.
The president of the state irrigation
congress stated in his letter that the
delegates to the national congress at
Pueblo from Texas would make a strong
effort to have the 1911 congress come
to this state and that El Paso was be
ing considered as one of the cities where
the congress would be hfeld, chould
Texas succeed in securing the 1911 ses
sion. The letter -was read before the
board of directors Tuesday afternoon
and secretary Kinne was instructed
to answer the letter by stating that El
Pago would .consider favorably such a
proposition.
GOVERNMENT'S "WORIv IN
EDUCATIONAL LINES
United State Commissioner of Educa
tion Talks of the Relation of
Child Labor to Education.
Boston, Mass., July 6. A brief out
line of the course that will be pursued
by the United States bureau of edu
cation in its efforts to promote educa
tion during the coming year, and a
tribute to th achievements of the late
Dr. William Terrey Harris, formerly in
charge of that work, were the prin-i-pa!
features of an address by Dr. E'
mer E. Brown, the present commissioner
of education, before the National Fdu
eation association in this city yester
day. "In Alaska the school physician and
the school nurse are now going up and
down, helping the people in their sick
ness and teaching them how to live
clean and wholesome lives," he said.
"The girls are learning to cook and to
sew and to make good hornet. The
boys are learning to earn an honest
livelihood under their new conditions
by neAv industrial pursuits, by the rais
ing of reindeer, by Improved fishing,
gardening and the use of common tools.
They are learning something of th
white man's wisdom and the white man
better aims in life, which shall hlp
them In their new relations with th
rhite man as their neighbor and fellow
laborer."
Child Labor an,i Schools.
Speaking of the functions of his bu
reau. Dr. Brown continued:
"The improvement of school attend
ance must go hand in hand with th
abatement of child labor and numer
ous other undertakings for the general
welfare of childhood. It is the busi
ness of a central office to call repeat
ed attention to three relationships, and
to help those who are at -work in neigh
boring fields to work together for their
common ends.
"We need to press home such Infor
mation as will lead to the improvement
of school buildings. In a country which
i- spundintr $73,000,000 a year for the
construction, equipment and repair of
its buildings for school purposes, such
Information as would lead to the sav
iii of only one percent on this expen
diture would ciue an aggregate an
nual saving of $730,000 and the saving
is
tt''-i-'-
of the health of pupils which can be
accomplished through vmore hygienic
construction is an incomparablygreater
doncern.
Improving Health.
"In a thousand -ways the improvement
of health' through education is now un
der way. An agency which, through the
gentle force of clear information can
brinr these Tays into unison .and pre
vent the wasto of misdirected efforts
will prove itself a national benefit.
"Industrial education, in its three
main forms of trade schools, schools of
housekeeping and schools for rural life,
is every day raising more questions than
,"
any one yet can answer. It is the busi
ness of such an office as the bureau of
educatiou to overlook this, whole field
and keep Incessant inquiries under way,
with a view to finding fche best -an-
1
A Millionaire! Baby
attended by the highest priced baby .
specialist conld not be cured of stomach !
or bowel trouble any quicker or surer .
thaziVour baby if you give it McGee's .
Baby ISlixir. Cures diarrhoea, dysen-
tary and all derangements of the stom- f
ach or bowels. i
Price 2i cents and 50 cents. Sold by 1
all druggists. 1
5
SplSiBsi
I y Summer I
i I LOCOMOTIVES I S H. & jft I 1H
UrJlf-y fcxcersioE Mates I
via I
U J & hjp Mlji 11 L, j? J SL 3L& U
GHICAC4Q AND BETURST S55.65
CINCINNATI AND BETXJEN :64.05
TOLEDO AND RETURN 66.65
PHILADELPHIA AND RETURN. . 81.35
ST. LOUIS AND RETURN 49.65
EANSAS CITY AND RETURN. . . . 40.65
NEW YORK AND RETURN 85.95
Unlimited Stopovers Allowed at All Points En
route. - On sale Jnne 1st to Sept. 30. Limit Oct.
31st.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. EEG-IS HOTEL
' SJH
w. c. Mccormick,
- (General Agent
IBm
aBFEBfSWcS'5SS?tfTai
-THE liAUD WHERE
THE COOL BSEEZES
BLOW.
TAKE A4 BEST FEOM
THIS HIGH DRY CLI
MATE. IT WILL DO
YOU A WORLD OF
GOOD,
Round Trip Rates
Sanfrancisco, $40.00
swers to the most urgent of those ques
tions. We may make the constant en-
deavor to persuade discordant forces
! Trtr iinitT o-f qJtti anil rhflt 'Tfetive-
ness which comes from unity."
DEMENTED YOUTH IS
HELD AT SOLOMTONVILLB
Solomonville, Ariz., July 6. A young
man by the"name of John Howard, from
over the Gila river, was brought here
to undergo an examination a to hi3
sanity. He plays the violin and has
boen alone in the mountains herding
goats.
Mr. and Mrs- Ph. Freienthal and
sons. Louie and Bernard, are at the
Indian hot springs.
Mrs. J. H. Lacy and son. John IT. Jr.,
went to Miami to vi.slt with Dr. Lacy.
FPas9 Basfeisr fesfifuie
For Preventive Treatment
OF HYDROPHOBIA.
323 SAN ANTONXO STREET.
Phone 2340 K. 1. Res 3457
J. E. MONROE,
City Ticket Agent
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