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EL PASO HERALD
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TO TEACH II
A. & M. College Instructors
Are Married Students
to Debate Suffrage.
Agricultural College, N. M., an. 11.
Wilbur L. Powers, a graduate of this
institution in 1908, and now employed
in the Oregon Agriclutural college at
Corvallis, will arrive here on Jan. lo ;
to assume charge of the soil physics
department. The physics department,
previously under the one head and di
rected by Prof. Tinsley, is now divided
Into two branches. Mr. Powers will be
head of the soil physics department,
and Frank Stockton will have charge
of the general physics department.
The college Y. M- C. A. is the re
cipient of a fine ?100 talking machine,
contributed by W. G. Walz, of El Paso.
L W. Case, of Las Cruces, added to
the gift a collection of records. The
gift is greatly appreciated by all the
students and is proving a source of
great pleasure for the boys.
A water main is being extended down
College row, and soon the residences
of that row will jae supplied with wa
ter by the college?
Gordon Goebel and Arner Eede, both
students, have just finished inside wir
ing of Dr. Garrison's new Tipuse for
electric lights. President Garrison's
house will Te one of the finest in the
valley. The second story "has no win
dows, hut tows of open arches. In the
center is located a fountain, and all
around will be palms, thus making a
very attractive palm garden.
Lot Walker and Mr. Hobart, both of
Pueblo, Colo., are in this vicinity, look
ing over the valley with the intention
of locating here.
The Young Women's Christian asso
ciation at the. last meeting initiated a
Bew organ. The organ is quite an
addition to the local girls' organiza
tion. Miss Caroline Daniels, dean of wom
en, Is on che sick list with ptomaine
Max and Arthur Goldenberg have ar
rived from TucumcarL
The following old students have re
turned: Harry Parks and. Earl Wilson,
Lake Valley; Amondo Aquaqua, Carri
zozo. The junior class is getting husy on
the 1910 annual the "Swastika." Egbert
Merrill has been appointed editorin
chief, and Paul Brownlee the business
Students to Debate.
The first important debate of the
year will be Iield in Hadley hall on
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a
very valuable medicine for throat and
lung troubles, quickly relieves and cures
painful breathing and a dangerously
sounding cough which indicates con
gested lungs. Sold by all druggists.
' 25,000 tCopies of the Sky Scraper Edition
The yearly review edition of the -El Paso Herald to he -.published, early in
January will give a most comprehensive summary of the growth and develop
ment of M Paso. In no other way can you give your friends so much reliable in
formation regarding El Paso and the Southwest.
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A letter to your friends' saving
more careful reading.
Fday evening, Jan. 14. The following
question is up for discussion:
Resolved, That woman suffrage is
Dillon. Ewing and Lyon have the af
firmative, while Brlggs, Poe and Wil
liams are on the negative.
Dean W. A. Bloodgood. formerly of
the college, was married to Miss Myrtle
Walters, also a former student here, in
Kansas Cits', on Dec. 20, 1909.
Athlete Is Misoed.
The fact that William O. Hall, of
2Tutt Station, has not returned to school
Is creating quite a disturbance in ath
letic circles, for he is captain of the
basketball team and manager of the
baseball team. He is an all round ath
lete, and will be greatly missed. Sev
eral minor injuries in football and eye
trouble a"re the cause of his failure to
The local T. W. C. A. is preparing to
give a concert "in Hadley hall on Friday
Owen W. Krueger, of Kansas City, and
Sidney Kirkpatrick, of Silver City, have
The drinking fountain in front of
Hadley hall, erected "by and as a me
morial to the class of 1909, now bears
a plate on which are the names of the
August P. Bjerregoard, of the chem
ical department, has resigned his posi
tion as instructor and will leave soon
with his family for New York city,
where -e was formerly located.
F. L. Bixby, who has been appointed
to take charge of the civil and irriga
tion engineering of the college, has ar
rived and will take up his work in a
few days. Bixby is a graduate of the
university of California, and has had
inrtrp. exnerience in government work.
He came to the college from Washing
ton. D. C.
Prof. Frank E. Miller, of the music
department, was married to Miss Mary
Dodd, of Traer, la., on Dec. 29. At
present they are making their home
at the Wooten residence on College row.
Harry Lane has left school and gone
to San Marcial to accept a position with
the Santa Fe as transportation clerk.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hash have re
turned from Saiem, Va., where they
were visiting the parents of Mr. Hasn.
Albert Abbott, assistant forest super
visor, located at Tucson, accompanied
hy his wife, is visiting the tatter's rela
tives, the Fords, at their home near
rnmnrilM- Melton, of the class in
dairying, has heen awarded a $10 prize
for doing the best woric in
Mr. Harwell, of Silver City, has moved
to Mesilla Park.
TO BREED BUFF COCHEVS
XX" THE 3IESILLA VALLEY.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 11. Dr. A. P.
Vaughn has just received a coop of a
pure strain of Buff Cochin chickens,
consisting of a cock and four pullets.
This particular strain has never had a
very prominent place in this valley, the
Plymouth Rocks and Leghorns being
tne acKnuwieuseu piciwwii.v., ----
doctor's success with the new breed will
be watched with interest.
CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 11. Ttfe fol
lowing are registered at Hotel Don Ber
nardo: J. B. Suminez, El Paso; Frank
E. Cox El Paso; Sabas Robera, El Paso;.
Juan Avese, El Paso; Anastacia San
brand, El Paso; Jose Ellsalda, El Paso;
J. P. Corcoran, El Paso; Misst Anna.
Friends In El Paso's Growth
that you are sending them a copy of the
LORETTO ACADEMY OPENS
FOR THE WINTER TERM.
Las Cruces, N. M, Jan. 11. Once more
the blue uniformed, mortar board cap
ped girls are to be seen at Loretto
academy. The winter term of the se
lect girls' school has opened with every
available room taken, and the attend
ance already' passed tne record mark
Two of the five new students at Lo
retto are El Paso girls. They are
Amoret Cobb "and Adeline Brown, and
the three other Loretto girls are Irma
Lowenberg, of Chihuahua; Pearl Wat
son, of Three Rivers. N. M., and Lois
Holmes, of Bisbee, Ariz.
A new concrete laundry for the con
vent and academy is one of the new
Improvements that is being made at Lo
retto this month. The laundry is to be
35 by 55 feet, and will be built entire
ly of concrete, and will be equipped with
modern steam laundry machinery.
The Loretto Literary club is. a live
organization. In order to keep abreast
with the times and to know what is
going on in the world at large -and in
the southwest, the girls of the literary
club have subscribed for The Herald,
and the best paper in the southwest will
be read before, the club at its meet
PAVING "WORK ON LAS CRUCES ;
STREETS IS PROGRESSING.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 11. The
steam roller is working overtime these
days. Las Cruces avenue, the leading
residence street of the city, is being
rolled and paved and paved and rolled,
until it .i-l resemble Montana street
in El Paso, when it is completed. Griggs
street is due for a new coat of rock
and a thorough rolling, making it as
good as Main street, which is the
best in the valley. When they are
completed, these two streets will be the
prettiest in town and the property own
ers along Las Cruces avenue are al
ready olannnig for a uniform system of
tree planting for the full length of the
street, from Main street to the new sta-
Not only is Las Cruces making new
streets, it is also keeping the one that
has already been paved as clean as a
dance floor. The Las Cruces street
cleaning departmentfat present consists
of one Mexican with a wheelbarrow.
As "he paved district increases more
men will be added to the force.
The solitary representative of the
street cleaning department is an in
dustrious individual and he keeps the
iMicinuc street dpan from convent to
NEW BRIDGE NEAR ANTHONY
HAS BEEN C03IPLETED.
Anthony, N. M., Jan. 11. The bridge
across the Bio Grande, between An
thony and Chamberino, is completed,
and its usefulness is attested by the
large number of teams that cross daily.
Onethird of the work on the canal to
straighten the river south of the bridge
is finished, and it is expected to have
it all done next week.
rr.?P5 3K helncr laid for a siding on
which to bring the railroad station that
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tis to be moved here from Las Cruces.
The station is to stand on the Texas-
New Mexico state line. t
Richard Nietzschmann was in Las
Cruces rece atly, attending the meeting
of the county commissioners.
E. W. Nevill and family have moved
to their ranch in Chamberino.
Recent visitors were Mr. and "Mrs.
Claus, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. How
ell, Mr. Rody aid family, and Messrs.
Hegel, Hardls, O. Wilkinson, R. Bailey,
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LOTS $45.00 TO
Jackman, of pi Paso, and Chas. Bart
lett, of La Mesa.
THITE BARBER TO LEAVE
CRUCES FOR COLUMBUS.
X,as Cruces, N. M., Jan. 11. Tirins of
scraping a living out of the public with
his barber shop, A. Im Taylor, the first
white barber Las Cruces ever had, is
planning to pull down his striked pole,
close his razor ,kit, lock the front door
and beat it for .Columbus, X. M., where
the prospects of becoming a landowner
Taylor formerly worked in the Armi
jo barber shop on lower Main street,
but later opened an "emporium" of his
own on the upper end of the business
street, where -he managed to scrape a
iMnr ,rto'nt'h-oT- nff of rfw tac&fz of the
Taylor is going to Columbus to
Tintnpstead a government claim, ana
is planning to take the striped pole
with him for the first fence post in
his 160 of good, New Mexico soil.
REVIVAL SERVICES OVERTAX
CAPACITY OF CRUCES CHURCHES.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 11. The re
vival services being conducted by evan-
considerable interest from the people
oi Las truces ana surrounamg country,
so much so that it has become neces
sary to hold the evening services In the
large hall of the armory instead of the
Methodist church. The armory hall will
be made as comfortable as possible for
the evening services during, this week,
and evangelist Finney Is desirous of
havlng'vthe opportunity of preaching to
every man, woman, girl and boy in the
community before the meetings close.
WATER TO BE TURNED
INTO CANALS BY FEB. 1.
xas Cruces, N. M.. Jan. 11. AVater
Tvill be flowing in the three ditches,
-which carry the lifeglving water to the
rtoifls of the Mesilla vallev hv TVh i.
according to engineer Earl 4Patterson,
or tne retJiiiuauun mnice, wno is in
charge of the Selden dam. A number
of improvements are to be jnade in the V
main canal, which will he riprapped be- I
fere the water is turned into it, and
the lower iiicjr uutim tvui De cleaned
in readiness for the first Irrigation.
There is now 3000 second feet of water
flowing in the river.
NEW RANCHERS ARE
ARRIVING IN VALLEY.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 11. Men who
are making their presence felt in tne
affairs of the Mesilla valley are coming
in on every train. One of the new ranch
ing firms to locate in the valley is Wil
lis & Snyder. This firm has purchased
the Richard & McBrlde ranch, and are
nutting it all in alfalfa. They have
employed an expert from the Agricul
tural college to superintend the ranch,
which Tvill be conducted as a model
NEW MAIN STREET BUILDING.
Tjas Cruces, N. M., Jan. ll. One of
thelai dmarks of Las Cruces has been
torn down to make room for a modern
building on Main street, j. p. Mitchell,
owner of the old Mesilla A-alley bakery
building, rear fhe First National bank
building, has nad plans drawn for a
modern store building with glass front
and pebble dashed walls. The building
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Where GRAND VIEW Is Located
Where the Other Additions
GRAITO VIEW SUBDIVISION IS IN LAS CRUCES
NO MORTGAGE. NO TAXES.' NO INTEREST.
WATCH FOR DATE OF BIG EXCURSION AND FREE DINNER.
NO LOTS SOLD UNTIL THAT DATE.
will be occupied by Tobe Tipton, of
Tularosa, with a' new drug store.
EARL PATTERSON BUYS RANCH.
Las Cruces, N. il., J an. 11. Earl Pat
terson has become a landowner. The
reclamation service engineer in charge
of the Selden dam recently purchased
a tract of 14 acres near the Dona Ana
station and will improve the tract and
have it cultivated. The ranch was pur
chased from John Gottman.
CASE SETTINGS 41ST
Thursday. Jan. 13, 1910.
7290 Z. L. Cobb vs. August Reese
5603 W. J. Cox vs. O. R. Slavins
5903 Fitzgerald Moor vs. O. M. Lee.
'Monday, Jan. IT, 1910.
g320 T. B. Dockery vs. Richard
7401 A. A. Rosenbush vs. Fair Co.
6765 Burton Pro. Co. vs. C. H. Law
rence. 7075 F. O. L. Buch vs. W. H. Abrams.
Thursdny. Jan. 24, 1910.
7099 C. H. Gibson vs. Wm. French.
7420 J. A. Coggin vs. F. Martinez.
7632 T. CL Burt vs. Geo. Pence.
7544 Carmen Con. Cop. Co. vs. J. P.
Monday. Jan! 21, 1910.
6S72 Maggie McGinnis vs. Continen
tal Casualty Co.
7689 Watkins Land Co. vs. John T.
761S John C. Greek vs.Electric Ry
Co. 7619 "Wm. Greek vs. Electric Ry. Co.
Thursday, 'Jan. 27, 1910
Thursday, 'Jan. 'JT, zuiu. .
7552 Josephine Crosby vs. T. W. Cor-
7RS7 Emma. Pavne vs. A. Stolaroff
7640 Mathews & Dyer vs. Humboldt
Monday, Jan. 25, 1910.
67S2 Maggie McGinnis vs. Continen
tal Casualty Co.
Monday, Fell. 7, 1010.
7409 E. J. Hunter vs. A., T. & S. F.
Ry. Co. s
Thursday, Feb. 10, 1910.
7321 B. B. Jones vs. A., T. & S. F.
Monday, Feb. 14, 1910.
725S C. W. Dudrow vs. A. T. & S. F.
Thursday, Feb. 17, 1910.
5719 W. P. Skov vs. Texas & Pacific
Monday, Feb. 21, 1910.
7567 Fred J". Nickle vs. A. T. & S. F.
Monday, Feb. 24. 1910.
6725 Burton Produce Co. vs. C. H.
Monday, March 14, 1910.
7411 C. B. Bell vs. Jno. P. Casey, jr.
Jury cases set In 34th district court:
Monday, Jan. 10, 1010.
7560 A. J. Clossin vs. A., T. & S. F.
. 7559 F. H. Ritchervs. S. W. Port
land Cement Co. gi
Thursday. Jan. 13, 1910. ,-
5925 Simon Kinsella vs. Mrs. A. M.
773 0 R. Torres vs. El Paso Electric
Monday, Feb. 7, 1910.
7561 D. G. Miller vs. Int. Water Co.
WATER IS PIPED
UP ON THE MESA
Stormsyille To Get Water
Supply from the Inter-
Because it was costing him a consid
erable sum each month to have water
hauled to his home and the homes of his
tenants on ithe mesa, D. Storms, of
Stormsville-on-the-Mesa, has put in a
pipe line. 5000 feet long, of two and a
half inchpipe, from the International
Water company's: reservoir on the mesa
to two large v tanks, from which it is
pumped to the various Rouses on the
Mr. Storms's tanks are located 75
feet above the new International com
pany's reservoir and 100 feet above the
The capacity of the two tanks Is 10,
600 gallons, and a triplex centrifugal
pump will be installed for the purpose
of pumping the water from the reser
voir up to the tanks." A concrete pump
hmica in -which the numn will be
placed, has been erected and Mr.
Storms expects to start pumping his
water supply within a month or so.
KXIGHTS OF MACCABEES
IXSTAL NEW OFFICERS.
Mnslcal Program is ReHdftred, Refresh
ments are Served and DaHclBgr
WM-h TV. W. Brldsrers "actlnsr as in-
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tailing ii.juci, ji w -"- "-
Knights of the Maccabees Held a pud-
nc insiaiatiou lit&u msui, wc v.citiuwu-
les being simple, yet impressive.
The uniform rank acted as an escort
to the officers as tliey were Installed
and following this "was a musical en
tertainment which preceded a light
luncheon served In the, dining room off
the lodge hall. Following the amuse-
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ment program the crowd in. attendance
danced until .midnight.
The program was as follow
Invocation Chapladn E. J. Bartholo
mew. Address of welcome Retiring- com
mander H. A. Magruder.
thstalatlon of officers: Past com
mander, H. A. Magruder; commaader,.
J. R: Kerr; lieutenant commander. G.
G. Bakofsky; record and finance keeper,
H. Sp'ninz; chaplain-, E. J. Bartholomew;
master "at arms, H. J- Gottlieb; ser
geant at arms, E. Long; first master
of guards, C. C KJlrkpatriclc; second
master of guards, F. B. Keener; sen
tinel, Leonard Hanson; picket, Braet
Solo, "Carmina" Miss Pauline Spriaa.
Duet, "The Glow Worm." Z'&rvia.
Witte and Miss Sprlnz.
Solo, "Love's" Philosophy" Banrin
Feats of legerdemain By Chart S.
Solo, "Japanese Love Song" Wm
Solo, "Marguerite" 3r. Witte.
Duet, "Gaze on His Face," from Vic
tor Herbert's serenade Miss Sprinz &r4
Address by commander J. R. Kerr.
Music -for the dancing was f urnkjhad
by Mrs. Anna Drummond.
f Elks' Smeker Texlskt.
The Elks will smoke and dutch lunch
themselves tonight at the Elk3 home.
It is a- semi-'occasionally affair, for El
Paso antlered folk.
Tou'l ce surprised ux te results yo
will get from a small want, rent or
for. sale ad in The Herald. Will not
cost more than 25c to 50c. P,hone Bell
115, Auto 1115 and tall the girl.
Deputy county clerk Edwin Fowler
is confined to his home by an attack