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News Of the Great Southwest 15
News Of the Great Southwest
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Wednesday, August 24, 1910.
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Splendid Programs Every m
. Bay Many People
From East Texas.
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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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gro, and be
perfectly
SAFE.
MEET TOUR FRIENDS
THERE.
Tie Island Villa and Canvas city offer
you VERY REASONABLE RATES.
THOUSANDS OF AMUSEMENTS.
Beautiful shady groves.
Everywhere Is clean and sanitary.
BAND CONCERTS RE NOTED.
BOOKLET FREE ON REQLEST.
BANNING CO.,
104 Pacific Electric Buildics, ,
Los Ansetes, Cal.
THE HERALD CAN BE
SENT TO YOU
DURING VACATION
By mail. It is not necessary for you
to be without the news bt the world,
of El Paso, of the Southwest, no mat
ter where you go. Simply notify The
Herald by mall, giving present address
and length of time desired sent to new
address. On returning please notify
office, In order that serivce by carrier
may be promptly resumed.
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$&ys IsSy Cfcleks
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ran sale by
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EL PASO
TRY DR
CHE IIOK'S VEGETABLE
C03IPOLND.
MEDICINES for
hereditary debil
ity or 'weakness
oZ men, women
?nd children.
Crronlc Blood
P ison. Eruptions,
iV Skin Diseases,
Rheumatism, Ca
tarrh, Heart Dis
tase. Lung Trou
ble. Liver Com
plaint and Con
stipation. Temale Internal
rouble, inflama
tion or acute
pains INSTANT
LY CURED. 6t
Bell Phone 2910.
fice 105 N. Campbell
9k&mFUl&M fill IT IB
At home again better prepared than
ever to satisfy my old and new cus
tomers. The reliable contractor.
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1209 Nevada St.
Bell Phone 1043.
Latest Styles In
Engraved Wedding Invi
tations. Ellis Bros.' Printing Co. j
Ellis Building, 110 S. Oregon. I
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HOTEL ROSSLYNI aS KATI6K HOUSE J SoSiS? hoeSSt "1
3jyf ViV'blfej Bjjr SSiH9MI.!a free Auto, lliu Jieets All Triune.
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StglssggJ FREE AUTOBUS WimMm
EUROPEAN. 75c to S2.50
AMERICAN, S1.75 TO S3.00
v LOST K.HEU3IATISM AiD TOMACH TROUBLES.
FOUND HEAJ.TH AND HAPPINESS AT MURR1ETA HOT SPRINGS.
Murrieta, Cal. America's finest su-piur mud oaths and swimming pool.
Booklet and information bureau or by writing.
FRITZ GlEXTHER, Prop. 3. GUEXTHER. liannser.
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CF'Knri&Hjfnfeffi-lay fr ag, .js ,je&-&. t& Sjj J2LkJ7 hr Jxja& feaa?
lilfe JLOW JWOiLKS 2 Headquarter 3
Close to all theatres
But a few minutes of all
suburban places of amusement, the
door. BEAUTIFULLY furnished and
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nflBEBIk I Cu- a few minutes of all railway stations. The cars to all
door. BEAUTIFULXrY furnished i.ird moriffrn in ftvprv rpsnent. TFTT
A.i auis UADi s D'AJIUUS XriiS WORLD OVER and is UNEXCBL-
LED IN CALIFORNIA. GET THAT BOOKLET OF INTERESTING
VIEWS AND SUMMER RATES by writing E. L. POTTER CO.. C H.
ENAPPE. MANAGER. Van Nuya. Los Angeles. Cal.
HOTEL ALHAMBRA, European
,. 3lO iORTH BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES.
Absolutely feproof. Building and fur-ishings new. Within easy acces3 of
all places of business and entertaUirnc Pleasing in Its interior appoint
ments. Special rates. .j. K. HaNIvLA. MANAGER.
BIG RELIGIOUS MEETING.
Quanah, Texas, Aug. 24. Quanah is
in the midst of one of the grea-test re-
ivals of religion in Its histor- " he
gitat union tabernacle meeting con
ducted by the Rev. Mr. Burke and Rev.
I Mr. Hobos, of Kansas City, is sweeping
j the city. Fully 3000 people are present
at each night service.
Herald Building
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FIRST FLOOR.
A. H. Richards, Jeweler.
International, Book and Sta
tionery Co.
Wm. Moellcr, Rcai Estate.
Cigar Stand.
Office and plant of The El Paso
Herald.
El Paso Printing Co., facing
Main St., near Se. Regis Hotel.
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SECOND FLOOR.
John Brunner. Tailoring.
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THIRD FLOOR.
Public Stenographers Co Ruth
Williams, manager.
Mrs. J. B. Cass.
Miss B. Garra, Dressmaking
Parlors.
Drs. Satterlee & SatterIee-.Os-teopafhs.
Dr. Nettie E. Satter
lee, Dr. Flora L. Satterlee.
First Church of Christ, Scien-
tlst, Reading Rooms.
The Wm. Jennings Co., Con
sulting Engineers Machinery
Merchants.
Southwestern Portland Cement
Co.
A. Courchesne.
R. E. Huthsteiner, Mechanical
Engineer.
Colorado National Life Insur
ance Co. E. McMillen, agent
R. L. Nichols. Attorney at Law.
Lee & Woodyard. Contracting
tEngineers.
Charles M. G'bson.
J. W. Carter, Mine, Mill and
Smelter Supplies Manufacturers'
Agent.
Standard Home Co., Money to
Loan.
H. L. Howell. Real Estate.
R. W. Page, Publicity Bureau
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MFFTS Al I TRAIH5 -RTTTnP7!A-v n to s?nn f!llirRlBSl H H S sBBBSWi
American, si.5otos2.5o j f ' 'iSaUBLsLASSalfMih X 1
LOS ANGELES, GALBFOBH9A l . ', , ffTOyaBllfnl
FOLRTII AT MA1 VI".
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and In heart of business district-
railway stations. The cars to all
mountains and beaches pass the
modern in every respect. THE
COTTAGES AT 1IARFA .
ARE NEARING COMPLETION
Possibility of Moving Roundhouse to
Marfa From Valentine, Discussed;
Personal News of Marfa.
M-irfa- Tas a oJa,10 tt
biT rtri h'v at. v,",or,
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completion. They are being built under lo ofT ""e class ,f 1909 an.d exhibited
the direction of G. C Robinson at the IterPational exposition in con-
Miss Naomi Bishop, of Austin, who nectln with the congress at the Inter
has been spending the summer with Mrs. ' st.at? fa,r grounds in Spokane the week
M. R Mahon. has returned home: She
J was given a fareweli party at the opera I
house by the young people. j
There Is talk among the business men I
i of the possibility of the roundhouse be-
mtr moved from VnlpntinA tn thin inr !
I I 1
j. n. t-ans, of bloresvjlle, is here and ! ";"'t-"''-"" ""'" " -v- -will
open a drug store in the Raetzch I editor of The Herald. E
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. building.
Dan Knight is in from his ranch at
tending court.
Mrs. J. P; Shields and Mrs. Russell
are visiting'in Fort Davis.
John Humphrls and T. H. Seav made
a trip to the river country in Mr.
Humphris's auto
Rev. J. J. Maurer has return from a. !
visit to San Antonio and Kerrvile. HR
mother returned with him.
BAPTIST REVIVAL SERVICE
IN PROGRESS AT ANGUS
Alto Minister Is Conducting the Serv
ices; Mountain Cnbbages Ripe;
Alto Pensonalv A'evs.
Alto, N.M., Aug. 24.-Rev. F. M. Lo
gan, of Angus, N. M., and Rev. John
Dodgen, of Alamogordo, the latter,
Baptist missionary for this district, are
holding a protracted camp meeting at
Angus, N. M.
Capt- Jack Reinberg, of Fort Stanton,
Is spending theiweek with Mrs. Rein-
I berg and children at Alto.
I Matt Gilmore and Miss Mae Gilmore
j left for Carrizozo, N. M., where Miss Gil-
j more goes to attend the Lincoln county
institute.
Miss Hope Matthewson, of Fort Stan-
j ton, is in Alto this week, (the guest of
Miss Dorothea Reinberg.
Litte Eufus Schaeffer, who has been
ill the past few days, is improving.
Pete Phillips, of Alto, J has returned
from Tularosa, where he, disposed of a
wagonload of early mountain cabbages
J h exchange for a load of vaMey fruitv
j TULAROSA PERSONALS.
Tularosa, N. M., Aug. 24. A party of
j six men passed through here in an auto-
mobile en route to the Ruidoso from
i Sweetwater. v
Edward Wharton hns returner! fmm
J Mescalero where he has been on a round j
Will Sanders is a new clerk in the J.
C. Wharton & Company dry goods' store.
Dr. Pinkley is here from Oscura visit
ing old friends.
Theodora and Beulah Rogers are here
from Bent, vlsnting Mrs. James Vbbott
Tucumcari, visiting her sister, Mrs. W.
A. Hyde.
Miss Blanche Anderson is here from
Kansas visiting her brother, Charlie
Anderson.
Mrs. Joe Cazores and daughter Marie
have returned from an outing ac Mes
calero. PREMIUMS OFFERED FOR DRY
T7.,. rrY-rr- t.- -vrxt-c aitt-v
FARM WORIv OF IlOUISG j!E
International Congress io Give Life
'Membership to Grndnaten of Col
leges of Last Year.
Spokane, Wash., Aug. 24. Twenty
five life memberships in the Dry Farm-
j ing congress, valued at 25 each, have .
; been .et aside by the Spokane board !
oeen .et aside by the Spokane board j
& control headed by Harry W. Newton,
as special premium for the best dis- j
Plays of products gro-.n by dry farm
meth3s in 1910 by graduates of col- !
"wr a.
One membership will be awarded to
a -raduato each In Arizona, New Mex-
icoand Texas.
Mr- Burns nas received acceptances
xo participate in tne program at
the
rxnrmt rn -Tm fl
Martin, news
El Paso, and
president of
tne Texas Dry Farming
congress; L
W. Merrill. Salt Lake.
president of the Utah Dry Farming as
sociation; E. D. Wheeler, Wakeeney,
Kans., president of the "Western Kan
sas Farmers' conference: J. Ross Car
penter, Cheyenne, president of the
Wyoming State Drv Farming associ-
nt ion, and A. E. Chamberlain, of Brook-
ins president of the Western South j
Dakota Dry Farming association. I
Peach Ice cre-m Celrrered after sap
oer. Phone the Elite-
The INTERNATIONAL SPECIALISTS have moved their offices to rooms
1, 2; -3 and 16 Hammett building, cornec Mesa Avenue and Texas street.
Chronic, Nervous, Blood, "Skin, Kidney, ,
Hours 9 a. m. to 7
(By Mrs. "W. S. Tilton.) j
Cloudcrofc, N." M., Aug. 24. Mrs.
Lelia T. Moore had the paper of the
afternoon, yesterday, at the chautauqua. i
It was a beautiful paper, beautifully '
given. It was at ' the suggestion of .
Herbert Spencer, who visited the pub- I
lie schools on his tour of the United
States, that art and music were first '
included in the curriculum. Mrs. Moore
said it is not the aim of the public ,
schools to make public singers or musi-
cians of the girk? and boys; it is not
to prepare them to make a living, by '
music, but to prepare them to live.
The next speaker was Prof. J. E. i
Clarke, territorial superintendent of J
public instruction, who was fistened to
with deep interest by the teachers in
attendance. Prof. Clarke, who is an
able speaker, touched On the state con
stitution and said that New Mexico
should have the very best constitution i
ever framed, as she i; the last to be ad- '
mitted to the union and has the benefit
of all the other state constitutions to
profit by.
Miss Rosa Stolaroff furnished the
music for the afternoon.
The subject of the evening session j
was "Lohengrin," but, much to the dis
appointment of the audience, the speak
er, the cv. John H. Doran, of Alamo- I
gordo, -spoke on "Man, His Weaknesses, !
His Achievements and His Divinity." j
R. R. Larkin, of Las Vegas, who has I
a voice of magnificent volume, gave I
several bass solos and Mrs. Lelia Moore I
charmed all with her rendition of three !
numbers.
Mr. and Mrs. TY. O. Ansley and two
sons, Will and John, who have been here
for six weeks, left for their home in
Houston. Mr. Ansley is a cotton broker,
and owns a beautiful summer home on
the Galveston beach, but so charmed
were the family with Cloudcroft that
they bought a place here- next to the
Harry Wood cottage.
Mrs. B. F. Darbeyshire and daughter,
Margaret, who have been sojourning In
Cloudcroft for several weeks, returned
to El Paso on yesterday's train.
Mrs. W, H. Loretz. Mis Hat tie May j
Loretz and Miss Cleo Patterson returned I
to El Paso yesterday after a delightful I
visit at the Croft
Miss D. Tredway and Miss Betty Mer- I
riwether, who have been the house j
guests for sevemi weeks of the Eddys
at "Rift Point Lodge," returned to their
home in St. Louis 5-esrerday. t
Prof. J. E. Clarke, of Santa Fe. state
superintendent of public instruction,
came In on vesstprflav's train unit i-n5 1
given an ovation at the station by'the
James Canyon quartet," by singing
"New Mexico," an original song.
Dr. Gilbert, of Alamogorno, who
chaperoned his three sisterslnlaw for
several days on the Roof Garden, re
turned with his charming guests 'yes-
terday. They were the Misses Jannie,
Francis and Sansie Murphy.
Eastern Texas people are flocking
into Cloudcroft to escape the extreme
heat they have there in August and
September. Several families from Hous-
J ton have come in to remain the rest of
the season. Among them were Mrs. 73.
M. Haralson, Mrs. L. T. Noyes, Mrs
Kirkland and family and maid: also
Mrs. M. A. Waggaman and three daugh
ters. Misses Louise, Adele and Camille.
J. T. LaPrade, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C.
Buckingham, Mr. and Mrs. A. Leurs, and
J. W. Milam are also registered at' the
Lodge from Houston, while Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Allen are the latest bridal
couple at the Lodge. They are also
from Houston and from the scraps of
white ribbon still sticking to their lug-
gage, and the showers of rice that keep
falling from their umbrellas and hats,
they must be very popular socially.
Those registered at the Lodge are:
Frank Zeiglcr, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs.
( . -.r,.5, , .. ,,- I ,
IT. A. Muirhead, Tucumcari: Miss Jannie
! Murphy, Miss Francis
Murphy. Miss
Sansie Murphy, Alamogordo: R. R. Lar-
kin. Las Vegas: R. T. White, El Paso;
Miss Maud White, Miss Marvin Doo
little, El Paso; Mr. and Mrs. A Lewis,
Houston, Tex.; Charles Levlne, El Paso;
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Allen. Hazel Cum-
ming; ana Drotner, Houston, Tex.; R.
-'. Jiacuregor, k.1 Jr'aso: J. ,. Milam,
Mrs. L. T. Noyes, Houston. Tex.; J. J.
Barden. Buagaw, N. C; Dr. and Mrs. R.
H. Gudger and family. Alamogordo:
Ernie Faulkenstme, San Antonio: Clar
ence J. Carpenter, EI Paso; H. M.
Slaughter, Mary S. Slaughter. John C
Slaughter. New Orleans. La.; W. II.
Tuttle, El Paso; H. D. Simms. E. M.
Carter. Galveston: Eucile M. Notable,
Eva N. Stevens. Texarkana; Annie O.
Gnrvle. Nettle C. Garvie, " Chicago;
Charles O'Galen, El Paso; Mrs. M. A.
Waggaman. Louise uaggaman. Adele
" aergaman. Camille Waggaman. Mrs. E.
-V- Hara-'son. Houston: Frank H. Rice,
klahqma City; D. E.-Cowen. El Paso;
J. T. Ea Prade. Hodstonj J. H. Squires, j meat market, owned by Roy Sn.odgras,
Orogrande; Miss J. McNulty. El Paso: loss $1500. insurance $900; Mark Rob
Clyde C. Bucuringhnm and wife, Hous- i inson. household furniture, $300, no
ton: Dr. Late Canelope. Alamo: R-j insurance: R. A. Doss, owner of build
H. Barnes and daughter. Dallas: J. H. ing-, occupied bv M. Robinson, $900, no
Doran, Alamo; J. E. Clarke. Santa Fe; insurant- ".' F Jpffries store build-
Miss Helen Oldham. El Paso; Miss
Charlie M. Noble, Ft. Worth.
TUCUMCARI PERSON VLS.
Tucumcari, N. M.. Aug. 24 rHon. A.
A. Jones, of Las Vegas, member of the
Democratic National committee, will
p. m.
EL PASO, TEXAS
FT
1 For R
i HeralcTBui
Janitor service is furnished together with all
the incidental requirements that help to make an
office building more comfortable than the ordi
nary office can be without these requisites.
LOGATIOrT located in the very heart of
the business center where all street cars pass
its doors, well advertised, large signs on all sides'
of the building, and immense electric signs on
tower show day and night where The Herald
Building can be found. This one feature is worth
money to any business man, to be in- a building
that can be loeateel without the assistance of a
city directory and one or twopolicemen. ,
REMEMBER, while yott Inow where your
office is located, strangers and others must find
it. Therefore it is good policy to be where you
can be found when people want to do business
with you. rTow-a-days the average person will
not hunt long, he will do business elsewhere.
Apply for full particulars to
erj
Room 326
! speak at the courthouse in Tucumcari,
Wednesday. August 24.
Charles Kohn and W. C. Harkins,
both of Moutoya, are Jn the city on
business.
Mrs. J. B. Neely, wife of tne -tiiue
j Ribbon baker, is sick at her home on
South Adams street.
Hon. H. L. Boone has .gone for a
two -weeks' visit to' h$s old home at
Verbina, 111. He will return in time
to assist in the elections
Mrs. F." M. Kemplin, wife of the
foreman at the E. P. & S. W. railway
shops, is improving from a severe ill
ness. BIG- FIRE LOSSES
SUFFERED AT DURArT
Flames Almost Wipe Out the
New Mexican Town;
Damage $7000.
Duran, N. M., Aug. 24. A very de
structive fire occurred in Duran caus
ing an estimated loss of $7000, of
! which one-half is covered by insurance.
The Duran Trust and Savings bank,
City meat market, Mark Robinson
rooming house, and a vacant store
r building being completely destroyed
and Sanchez Bros, company slightly
damaged, as the result of the blaze
The ire apparently started In tne
City meat market building, and it and
the adjoining buildings being of wood,
were soon consumed, there being no
time for the volunteer firemen to save
any of the contents, and it was only by
very heroic work that San- hez Bros and
company's building "was saved, after
tearing down a snjall frame structure
by the side of the building.
The Sanchez building being of stone.
j the wind in a favorable direction, and
fast work of volunteer firemen, is all
that rkrvrntpi this buildins- from go
ing with the rest. At one time the en- j
tiro, town was threatened, and it was j
very fortunate that the wind was low I
The estimated losses and insurance
follows: Duran Trust and Savings bank
! loss S3000. insurarce ?2000, their vault
is in apparent good condition; City
Ing. $1000, no insurance: Sanchez Bros,
and company, damage to goods in re
moving $300.
The Duran Trust and Savings bank
opened its vault j'esterday afternoon in
the presence of the president, H. B.
Jones, of Tucumcari; cashier H. S.
Notice
rivate Diseases
9
Sundays
ent In New
ding
imsf
Top Floor
Holloway, and a' large crowd of onlook
ers, and everything was found In per
fect condition.
Cashier Holloway had a narrow es
cape during the fire. He entered the
front.- of the building in an. effort to
save his adding machine, and about the
same time someone broke open the back
door, creating a draft which, almost
overcame him before he could get out.
The bank has secured temporary quar
ters and. will conduct business as usual,
andwili erect A. modern fire proof build
ing ito take the place of the wooden
structure destroyed. The only effects
saved were cashier Holloway's type
writer and. office chair.
, SOL03IONYILLE LOCALS.
Solomonville, Ariz., Aug. 24. O. P.
Harper and wife and children have left
I for El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Fruedenthal and sons,
Louis and Bernard, have gone to Camp
Inspection in the Graham mountains to
be gone about a week.
Warren Cluff, up from Fort Thomas
on business, reports very little water
for irrigation and consequently crops
very light about Fort Thomas.
Mrs. J. C. Bray is at home again.
Her mother, Mrs. Anderson, of Safford,
Ariz., Is with her.
J. Adkins has recovered from his lata
sickness.
Joaquin Figueroa, the contractor and
, builder, has been building a house at
KBowie station.
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BONDS SOLD FOR
A NEW RAILROAD
Roswell, N. M., Aug. 24 AlVin
R. Morrison has wired James F.
Hlnkle, of Roswell, from New
York City that he has sold $4,-
000.000 In bonds for the Roswell.
Tucumcari & Northern railroad,
and will be here next week to
begin surveys and preliminary
work and will bring a contractor
to look over the line. !
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ARIZONA AND EL PASO ARRIVALS,
HOTEL ROSSLYN, LOS ANGELES
G. C. Blanchard, L. E. Whaley,
Phoenix; Lee Wolfe, Tucson: Andrew H.
Miller and family. Phoenix; Mrs. H.
Vancleve and child, Bisbeer G-. A. Inger
soll and wife. Quartzite; Mrs. Mary
Norton, Miss Margaret Norton, Miss
Mamie Norton, Tucson; Lee Harlan, El
Paso; O.' J. Ballenger and family, Silver
bell; Xu E. Gibbons. Benson.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Llvor Ta o
lets gently stimulate the liver and
bowels to expel poisonous " matter,
cleanse the system, cure constipation
and sick headache. Sold by all-dealers.
a Specialty
9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
Mrs. Steve Whit more is here from I
ifcftKME
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