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EL PAS$ HERALD
Monday June 13 1910.
I SAN DIEGO Is the Mecca of Thousands I
ITS WONDERFUL ADVANTAGES HAVE BEEN HERALDED THROUGHOUT THE
"UNITED STATES AND EVERY TRAIN WESTWARD BOUND BRINGS TO IT HUN-
DREDS WHO EXCLAIM THIS MUST BE PARADISE i
To those who find delight in a perfect climate who like to lire in an ever green country
who take enjoyment out of magnificent ocean and mountain views who revel in the sparkling
waters of the ocean who like to enjoy every comfort and luxury at a minimum of expense
San Diego presents an ideal spot. Rents are exceedingly low fruit and vegetables are cheap-
er than elsewhere on the entire Pacific coast and because San Diego has terminal rates dry
goods clothing and very other necessity or luxury are also to be had at a less figure than in
anv other eitv in Caliiomia.
" WE WANT YOU TO COME UP TO OUR OFFICES IN THE TRUST BUILDING and let us tell you the many advantages San
Diego possesses and whv jtou can find it profitable to invest a portion of the plethora vou possess in thi3 most charming city of
destiny--San Diego by the sea CALL AND SEE OUR EXHIBIT.
TilViiAlRif TI-?m There is a tide in the affairs of men which taken at tKc flood 'leads on
JLJClVAiLLiYjLOiLLI!. JL ilAO""" to fortune omitted all life's voyage is bounded in shallows and miseries.
TODAY NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. COME AND SEE US.
MIXING AXD Oil. NEWS.
Rooms 402-34 Trust Bldg.
D. C. COLLIER & CO.
EL PASO TEXAS
JLil alteration trains art rspcrte
House TV1I1 Filed.
The will of the late James E. House
has been filed in probate court. The
value of the estate is snot given All
property real and personal is i Sett
to his widow Margaret House who if
anade his executrix of the estate without
bond. The document is dated at El Paso
Tuly 6. 1907 and the -witnesses are M- i--Ellis
and E. Hewitt Boaters.
Dried beef cold ham and other cold
delicacies in our delicatessen depart-
ment. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
School Eoard Meets. -
The school board holds its regular
monthly meeting in the office of su-
perintendent Crozier at the Ztfesa school
Monday night. No business of import-
ance is to come up.
Special ladles purses chopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory north side plaza.
association and that it will not be
many months until it will be estab-
Apricots are plentiful we have them
fresh every morning.
.laclwson's Sanitary Grocery
New York June 13. John R. Brad-
ley the financial backer of Dr. Fred-
erick A. Cook left New York for the
west Sunday for a six months shooting
trip -which will take him from Glen-
wood Springs Colo. over the Rockies
through El Paso into Mexico. Twenty
experienced guides' will accompany the
party which will be made up of sev-
eral of Bradley's friends. They will
have 50 horses and 40 wolf hounds.
Bradley was a former El Paso gambler.
Saturday night a water pipe in the
jury room on the third floor of the
courthouse bursted. The water poured
down through the other floors flooding
the halls on the main floor and so
damaging the ceiling m the office of
( county school 'superintendent Rainer
that it will have to be replaced.
Dr. Cameron reliable dentistrly rea-
sonable price. Over Guarantee Shoe
Mayor "W- F. Robinson former mayor
Joseph TJ. Sweeney and senator Claude
B. Hudspeth have returned from Austin
where they went to protect the Inter-
ests of El Pasoans before the insurance
Torreon io Have T". 31. C. A.
Torreon Mex. June 13. Ietters re-
ceived here from G. L Babcock gen-
eral secretary In Mexico of the Y. M.
C. A- states that he has arrived safe-
ly in Basel Switzerland where the
world's conference of the Young Men's
Christian association is being held. Mr.
Babcock writes that Torreon Is among
the first included as a location for an
Fresh Rockyford cantaloupes at Jack-
son's phone 353.
Dr. Gray Eye Ear Nose and Throat.
205 Caples Bldg.. 2nd floor.
TafVs Summer Home.
Beverly Mass. June 13. The summer
white house has been swept and dusted;
the broad lawns are green the elms
have not yet their blight of the gypsy
moth and all nature smiles on TVood-
berry Place where president Taft and
his family will again seek rest and
health during the heated term. The
family will arrive on the 23rd.
Southport. The nature of the injury to
the foot was not stated.
Iced tea Chase & Sanborn's
blend cooling and invigorating.
Jaelcson's Sanitary Grocery
A good cold lunch Is easy to get from
our delicatessen department.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Pensions for Postmen.
Denver Colo. June Vl3. Pensions for
letter carriers when they( reach tho
age of 60 years are demanded In resolu-
tions adopted here by the Rocky moun-
tain division of the National Associa-
tion of Letter Carriers. Two hundred
delegates were in attendance.
Gottlieb's studu. develops films free.
The nicest green corn of the season at
Jackson's. Phone 353.
Torpedo Boat Crippled.
Savannah Ga. Jane 13. Wireless
messages received here say that the
torpedo boat Foote was disabled today
off Frying Pan shoals while bound
north. The steamer Merrimac. bound
for Baltimore from Savannah took the
Foote in tow and is proceeding to
Fire in Grocery Store.
Fire which started In the rear of Mrs.
Lou TVieland's grocery store at 920
"Wyoming street. Sunday night at 9
oclock damaged furniture In the rear
of the building to the extent of about
350. The alarm was answered by the
Mesa fire company.
All kinds fresh vegetables at Jack-
son's phone 353.
been prominent in that movement
my surprise I found substantially
t Asks Citizenship.
Jose AVecenseslado Nevarez a hoiler-
maker 31 years of age. has applied for
citizenship papers through the office
of the district clerk. He came to El Paso
from Chihuahua Mexico On June 1
Dr. Gallagher Trust Bldg
11 a. m. 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
hours 3 to
Hurled to Death in Auto.
Portland Ore. June 13. The wreck
of the automobile which went into the
Columbia river Friday night at the en-
trance of a truss bridge on the elevator
roadway between Portland and the
Oregon landing of the Vancouver ferry
was recovered Sunday. The speedo-
meter which had locked at 60 miles
an hour told the story of the crash
that hurled Mrs. Mabel Monte of Van-
couver and Frisco Day 10 ch-ir death.
Neither of their bodies was recovered.
California Independent Oil
Drillers Consider New
Los Angeles Cal. June 13. Members
of the Independent Agency are arrang-
ing for the organization of a new oil
storage company which will instal suf-
ficient tankage to handle the constant-
ly increasing surplus of the independent
wells. The company will be composed
of the producers who desiro to take
stock and will store the oil cheaper
than the Producers Transportation
company can afford to keep it. This
will relieve the producers of the prob-
lem of handling immense quantities of
oil and will enable the company to
close contracts with several other com-
panies that are clamoring for storage
facilities. The agency surplus amounts
to 1000.000 barrels per month.
The Union Oil company announces
that it will Itself arrange to care for
the entire production of the Lakevlew
It is rumored that the new Pennsyl-
vania Petroleum company has brought
in a gusher at Santa Maria which is
said to be flowing 6000 to 8000 barrels
The Central Oil holdings have passed
into tho hands of British capitalists for
a sum approximating $3000000. The
holdings comprise 220 acres of oil lands
in the Whittier fields and has several
The California Midway has placed"s
casing in No. 2 well at a depth of 18 id
feet. "Well No. 1 is flowing; at times
the output averages 1000 barrels per
The Mascott OH company has ar-
ranged for drilling eight new wells and
expects to be in a position to produce
100000 barrels of oil per month with
the completion of the wells.
district justifies the belief of deposits
of large dimensions.
Rides Los Through Hell Gate.
New York N. Y. June 13. Edward
A. Chase a river driver of Bangor
Maine perched on a log rode through
the turbulent waters of Hell Gate in
the East river today as he had prom-
ised to do last week. Life savers fol-
lowed him but he needed no assistance.
VIOLA SHAFT 400 FEET DEEP
AT LORDSBURG; DISTRICT NOTES
Lordsburg. N. M.. June 13. The shaft
on the Viola has almost reached the 400
foot level and the ore is becoming rich-
er with depth. Occasional shipments
are being made from the development
work. J. Xi. Wells is general manager.
This property is about eight miles
south of Lordsburg.
The Copper Nugget and Copper Lode
mtnoc nrOT- T.nn'r. PflflV onntrnlpil hv
.....i .... .V-V. J - ... w-.... -.
Peter Jochem have been sold to F. E.
Goodwin of Baxter Springs Kansas.
The claims adjoin each other end to
T. A. Lister has returned from New
York nftpr thrp months' absence and
I --1.. V.n:i nr-lr- -.n tVia C f T
CACLU 4.V U&iA UU1IV IIL fcllG . V- J-r.
Eleven carloads of ore were shipped
from Lordsburg to the smelters last
week. The principal shipper is the
Superior mine owned by El Paso peo-
ple now operated by C. W. Marsalis
under a lease.
S. P. CONSIDERS EXTENSION TO
SONORA MEXICO COAL FIELDS
It is reported that the Southern Paci-
fic railroad company owners of Las
Goteras coal mines at La Barranca
Son. under the superintendence of F.
G. Forshaw will construct a branch
railway line to the coal" mines from
Tonichi the present terminus of the
railroad up the Yaqui river. The coal
Is of superior qualtiy and thousands
of acres have been explored and
blocked out. Its proximity to the cop-
per fields assures a good market.
in Snn Tiilivo rln frit f rrr51i.if 1r-n 1
Licensed to Wed.
Francisco Sorriano and Lillie Daw-
Jesus Garcia and Gregoria Ramirez.
A VITAL POrNT
The most delicate part of a baby Is
it's bowels. Every ailment that it suf-
far? TTt'Vi offol-f lw V.-n-... j
infant. McGee's Baby Elixir cures di-
arrhoea dystntary and all derangement
of the stomach or bowels. Sold by all
Wilson Bros shirts worth ?1.50. now
$1.15 at Bryan Bros.' Expansion Sale.
The ice cream perfect is the cream
macie Dy tne smitn ice uream uo. j
J. R. Harper Presiding.
Marshall Jackson charged with mur-
der; case continued until September
Times Publishing Co. vs. E. S. Rood
suit for injunction; with jur-.
E. E. Wiseman vs. Grace U. Wiseman j
6iiit for divorce; filed.
41 ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. Walthall Presiding.
Fitzgerald JMoor vs. Oliver Lee suit on
notes; on trial.
Cash talks at Bryan Bros. Expansion !
gaATlMPORT PRICES I
"Wanted by Government Steam Laun-
dry marker and sorter $75 per month;
starcher shirt and collar ironer $60 per
month. Rooms free. Board $16.50.
First class men only. Addrt-ss Supt.
Post Steam Laundry Fort Bayard. New
Utica N. Y. June 13. "I Delieve that
the insurgent movement socalled is
subsiding" said vice president Sher-
man who came to Utica yesteriy to
attend the wedding of his niece. "I
rather expected to find in Wisconsin a
predominant feeling of insurgency be-
cause most of the Republican lepresen-
tatlves from there In congress have
Berlin Germany June 13. Several
thousand Protestants took part in
demonstrations In Berlin Sunday and
mass meetings were held at Essen
Magdeburg and other cities in denun-
ciation of the papal encyclical recently
issuedtcondemnatory of religious re-
formers and making special reference
to Martin Luther.
CANANEA MINE DOLT3LES
CAPITALIZATION; NOW $G00O000
The Arlspe Mining company owning
mining properties In the Cananea dis-
trict Son. Mex. has been reorganized
under the name of the Arlspe Mines
company with a capital stock of $6-
000000 par value of shares $5. The old
company was capitalized at $3000000.
The new company Is backed by strong
financial interests. Its holdings con-
sist of 6700 acres of mineral ground.
and Is well equipped with mining ma
chines and buildings. Considerable or
running well in copper silver and gold
has been shipped.
East Olive street Between Cotton
avenue and Dorchester stret. Cotton ad-
dition Estate of Frank B. Cotton to
Gustav Momsen lots 68 to SO both in-
clusive block 77 Cotton addition: con-
sideration $8050. May 31. 1910.
El Paso county Nicolas Olguin and
wife to J. A. Peterson E. D. Hodge and
C. L. Caspary jr. 40 acres one mile
northwest of Vinton Tex.; considera
tion $1800. June 9 1910. i
San Ellzario Grant Gabino Manque
and wife to Jos. M. Nealon. 2.12 acres '
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE AND MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 .Anto Phone 196
109 MAIN ST.
C. W. WINSL0W
304 San Francisco St
EL PASO TEXAS
Assaying Ore Shippers' Agents
Melt and refine or purchase gold
and silver in any form.
Correspondence invited. Strictly
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay OHlmm
D. W. Rscshast. S J . Froprfetcr.
Agent for Ore Shippers Aaesjja out
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
Specialty p. c. Pox 88.
Office asd Laboratory:
4. PAO. TEXAS-
PHON7" 3ELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful m- Reasonable prices.
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHWIT & FKrlGTJSeX.
Successors t Sughas & Crlteiatt.
A.Myrs Ciamiats. XatallarLaU.
Axeatta fer Or Skiyyers.
S22K Sac Frael3 St. Pha 33 .
To know a smoker's
sense of sound solid satis-
faction; to revel in the
exquisite fragrance and en-
joy the full flavor of a
splendid blend smoke
An inexpensive package
makes possible ten addi-
Pictures of popular actresses now
packed with Fatima Ggarettes
20 for 15 cents
ViJ -gag nEr.
To FlRht Grnft.
"Washington T. C June 13 The first
concerted step toward suppressing
graft in all its forms throughout the
country -will be taken here this week
-when the organization whose future
name probably will be the "National
Anti-Graft Movement" will open of
fices here. Among those said to be
identified with the movement are Perry
Belmont Rudolph Spreckels Augustus
Thomas the playwright; Joseph G.
TVillett of Alabama and Norman Hap-good.
I To Our Customers i
NEW TEXAS MINE.
Ft. Worth Tex. June 13. A dis-
patch to the Texas Commercial Secre-
taries' association from Asherton Tex.
on the I. & G. X. states that a fine
semi-bituminous coal mine has been
discovered near that town with an
eight foot vein. The coal is found at j
a deptn ot u reet ana is said to meas-
ure up to the finest Pittsburg semi-
bituminous. The vein was discovered
while drilling an artesian well and it is
thought the geological formation of the
Before leaving for your vacation get
a Domestic Letter of Credit
No Charge Made
C. 1a. BHlIujnon 70y Magoffin Tel 1489
Pahvlng. paper hanging decorating.
Calais France June 13. Five more
bodies have been removed from the
French submarine Pluvio&e". These in-
clude the bodj' of commander Callot
who was found dead at his post his
hands clutching the periscope. Yester-
day the bodies of ensign Engel helms-
man Le Breton and one other man were
removed at low tide. An examination
of the bodies by physicians has dis-
closed that death was rapid.
San Luis Obispe Calif. June 13.
After a nine day chase over a trail
followed by bloodhounds John Hodnet
an exconvict who escaped from the
county jail June 3 was captured in
Santiago Canyon 65 miles from Bakers-
field. Hodnett escaped from jail In
company with John Harrison another
exconvict with whom he was being
held awaiting trial for the shooting i
of policeman John Paide of Paso
i m ... - m
I rirst JNattonal Bank
IB EL PASO TEXAS fg
DINGS I mmmmxmtiM?m$VimB0r
Are the easiest made and most de-
licious ever served by tho finest cooks.
Simply stir the powder into milk
boil a few minutes and it's done.
Any one can do it. Directions printed
on the package.
Ice Cream made from Jell-0 Ice
Cream Powder costs only one cent a
.flavors : Yanilla Strawberry
Lemon Chocolate and Unflavored.
At Grocers' 2 packages 25 cents.
Beautiful Kecipe Book Free. Address
The Genesee Pure Food Co. Le Roy N. Y.
Trinidad Colo. June 13. A pitched
battle broke out from long smouldering
discord between native and American
born Mexicans at Rowen a camp of the
Victor American Fuel company six
miles from here. Qnc man wa3 killed
one fatally wounded four others are
known to have been wounded and it is
believed that at least a score of wound-
ed are belnrr cared for secretly.
To Jump To Watery Graves.
Montreal Can. June 13. Albert Es-
nough a builder of Mt. Lambert and
his adopted daughter Lena Healy
jumped from the center of Victoria
bridge and down CO feet into the swift
current of the St. Lawrence Sunday.
Both were drowned. Esncugh leajjfd
first and was followed a moment later
by the girl but whether she jumped in
the excitement of tne momenc or in
following out a suicide agreement is
The nicest strawberries we have ever
seen 2 boxes 25 cents.
Jnckwon's Sanitary Grocery
Big shipment of fine corn at Ardoin's
early tomorrow morning.
CITY DETECTIVE KILLS '
NEGRO RESISTING ARREST
San Antonio Texas June 13. City
detective Joe Stowe shot and killed Will
Hodge a negro while Hodge was re-
sisting arrest here early this morning.
The negro was wanted In Gonzalez on a
charge of theft.
Expansion sale at Bryan Bros.
The biggest Poultry Feed Manufacturer
in tho world. Try a bag of ils fetd.
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
Hakts Hans Lay
PURINA CH9CK FEED
32Y9S Iftby Chfcks
(Always In Cbscks rfaoard Bags)
FCR SALE SY
0. G. SEET0N
C. R. MOEEHEAD President. GEO. D. FLOXY Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN V. Pres. C. N. BASSETT Yic Pre.
L- J. GILCHRIST Ass'L Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL 1881.
CAPITAL SURPLUS AND PROFITS $175000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONET.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO TEXAS
U3HTED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital $150000.00. Surplus and Profits. $25000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers R. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Blmnenthal
J. F. Williams J. H. Ma-
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
1 . -
Tke Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trast Co. I
EL PASO TEXAS.
Issues SELF IDENTIFYING TRAVELERS' CHECES and LETTERS OF
CREDIT available in any part of the world.
Before leaving on your European trip consult us and avoid trouble or
W. W. Turner. President. w. Cooiev Yke-Prcst. and Mr.
S. T. Turner Vice-President. y. E. Arnold Cashier.
H. E. Christie. Secretary. F. M. Murchison Asst. Cashier
ill i wh i rrm!MM
SALARIED MEN AND WOMEN
We number amon? our depositors many men and women
who earn their livelihood and who appreciate the import-
ance of depositing their salary .ind painjj their living and
other expenses by check. This plan costs nothing and en-
ables them in many cases to accumulate a competency to
provide for sickness or loss of employment. We give pains-
taking attention to all accounts whether fcirsre or small.
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