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L PASO HERALD
HERALD ON SAIiE IN I.AS
C2UJCES, N. M.
FrstxSc A. Hairier, Ageat opposite
Daily Herald oh. snle by L,s Cracer
Dtbs Co., Camozxe' Ncroi Staxtf,
112-114 S. OREGON ST.
For Young Men
In our large showing of new
Regal Fall styles there are some
more pronounced models for
those who prefer the ex
treme fashions of the
Regal tyles will
appeal to cyeiy
you&g man ia
town. They can
not be duplicated
la any other ready
nor can other
you get Ib
LERNER. SHOE CO.
215 EL PA so ST.
BE. G-AERISOr? G-OES
. UP TO SANTA FE
V" I i
Lj I $350 i
fw $4 I
W"d $5 I
Representative Adams Says
He Did Not Know Poker
Austin, Tex., Jan. 26. The trial ef
itate representative Thad. Adams, charg
ed with permitting gambling in his
rooms at the Driskill during- a legisla
tive session, was resumed this morning,
the defense introducing representatives
Schulter and Moller to prove Adams's
constant attendance at the sessions.
They brought out on me stand that
Julius Hertwig, of San Antonio, and J.
H. North, deceased, told them that chips
were in the room assigned to Adams.
The witnesses said that Jake TVolters,
of Houston, Tom Simmons, of Fort
Worth, John Duncan, of Houston, J. L.
Storey, of Dockhart, and others partici
pated. Adams -who testified in his own behalf
today said he and Herrwig had taken
rooms together to cut their expenses but
that he did not know poker was played.
He said the men named as participants
had been in" his rooms hut they had not
all played. Three hours, have been al
lowed for the argument- The case will
go to tne jury this afternoon.
Activity in College Circles
Among Students and
Agricultural College, N. M.f Jan. 26.
The Musical club met with Rev. and
Airs. Bloom, at their Mesilla Park home,
the recital subject being the "Master
Songs." The soloists were Mesdaines
"Wooten, Broaddus, Brauigan and Bloom,
and Messrs. Stevens and Wooten. For
variety there were selections by a male
quartet and a mixed quartet (male)
Messrs. Stevens, Wooten, Garrison and
Bloom, and mixed, Mr. and Mrs. Wooten
and Mr. and Mrs. Bloom).
The subject was treated historically
i by Mr. Bloom, who introduced eacn
j number with data about the composer,
( etc. The business portion of the meet
I ing was devoted to committee work and
planning and looking forward to the
operatic treat in store for the Mesilla
valley when Madame Yaw comes, next
On Tuesday evening at the home of
Jesse Mundell, a "stag" oyster supper
was given as a farewell to Frank Isles
from"the land of bachelorhood. The
lucky girl is Miss Iuglebloom, who has
for some time been making her home
at Old Mesilla.
Dr. Garrison reutrned on yesterday's
train from Santa Fe, where he presided
over the territorial meeting of the board
The junior class is busily engaged
on their publication , "The Swastika,"
the college annual. Most of the con
tracts have been let, and the assign
ments have been made.
The freshman class is all up In a
flurry. The discovery has been made
V10 tlmlT" plnis Trf!ff?nt is not n. fresh-
I man, but a sophomore.
C. P- Henry, 'OS. of Tazoo, Miss., has
just closed a deal with A. P. Bjerre
gaard, whereby Mr. Henry comes into
possession of Mr. Bjerregaard's prop
erty near the college.
Frank Isles surprised all his friends
by taking a wife. It happened very
quietly last Sunday.
Miss LYute Foster is now pianist w;th
the college orchestra. That organiza
tion entertained the general assembly "at
the chapel hour on Tuesday.
The girl's basketball team will leave
on Friday evening's north bound train
for Silver City to play the normal
school girls Saturday.
The warm weather is bringing out the
baseball and track men. Tennis is also
being Indulged in.
A large crowd of students went to
Las Cruces last evening to see the
North Bros. Stock company. This even
ing, following the show, the floor will
be cleared and everybody given the op
portunity to dance.
I STORE IS SOLD
UP AT EARLEAM
Enjoyable Dance Given ini
That Section Personal
!La Mesa, N. M., Jan. 26. Mr. Kenert
has bought the store at Earlham from i
Mr. Iiovell and will make that his home.
Mr. -and Mrs. Chas. F. Davis, Mrs. Mc-
! Kanna, Miss Nellie McCauliff and W.
J W. Crosby were visitors from El Paso.
Miss Hazel Cramer has returned from
I El Paso entirely recovered.
j C. A. Viljoen has moved his family
, from Berlno across the river to Cham-
I Mr. and Mrs. Lovell and daughter,
I Mrs. Miller, of Earlham, have gone to
! Phoenix for the winter. ,'
Volney Potter went to El Paso on
1 business the latter part of the week.
I J. C. McXary has moved across the
river to Berlno.
Mrs. Walters and son, Roland, left for
Cutter, N. M., where they will visit
Dr. R. S. Jackson had to return to El
Paso for medical treatment.
Alvin Tucker, of El Paso, was the
guest of F. H. White for a few days
The most enjoyable event of the week
was a dance given by the young men at
the Da Mesa hall. Among those pres
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Reeder, Misses
Sarah, Ruth and Grace Hyland, Katie
Jones, Mary Divesay, Nellie McCauliff,
Erna Reese, Willie Lasure, Clara Wake
field, Hilda Creamer, Fern Reeves, and
Susie Van Dike. Messrs. Wayne Hy
land N. Viljoen, B. Muralse, J. C. Mc
Nary, R. R. Wakefield, A. M. Green
wood, Earl and Fay Stamper, W. C
Mead, R. McCary, Alvin Tucker, H.
Heifman, R. Jones, W. Mundy, Prof.
Reynolds, V. Potter, J. R. Divesay, jr.,
and Verny Stamper.
Wayne Hyland went to Las Cruces
C. A. Viljoen's baby is suffering from
an attack of pneumonia but Is reported
Robt. Mundy was up from Chamber
Mrs. C. Hannum has returned after
spending several weeks in El Paso
Prof. G. P. Putnam, of El Paso, was
in the valley Monday.
BACK FROM HUNT.
T,nc Onions. "NT. AT. .Tan. 2R F M.
Hayner and F. H. Davis returned from
their hunt down in Mexico last nighy
and report a very successful trip, hav-
ing bagged quite a number of ducks and
A PECOS COUNTY TRACT
4 SOLD FOR. $118,400. 4
V San Angelo, Tex., Jan. 26. H- F.
Mayse, of this city today sold a
Jfr tract of 37 sections of land in Pecos
4i county, to Jeff and "Walter Smith. $
4 for $11S,400. The land went at $5
J per acre. fr
Medicines that aid nature are always
most successful. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy acts on -this plan. It loosens
the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the
secretions and aids nature in restoring
tie system to a healthy condition. Sold
by all druggists.
COMET IS SEEN AGAIN
BY THE LAS CRUCESITES.
Las Cruces, N. M, Jan. 26. The com
et shoned up plainly last night, after
being hidden he past few days on ac
count of clouds that covered the west
ern horizon in the evening. The head
was still down and the tail up, and
pointing a little more to the north than
when first een. The tail appeared, as
measured tith the naked eye, to be
about 200 feet long.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 26. The fol
lowing are registered at the Hotel Don
Bernardo: F. Fi Schumaker, Denver; T.
A. Ellis. El Paso; A. F. Lane. Sylvan
ite; M. Lewis, Buffalo, N. Y ; C. F. La
zear, Kansas City; A. Brown. Kansas
City; F. E. Wert. Kansas Citx-
J Park hotel arrivals: J. A. Simmers,
j Organ; Miss Josephine Smith, Bay City,
la.; Judge Walthall, El Paso.
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, N. M-, Jan. 26. Hon Isl
doro Armljo and wife went down to El
Pao this forenoon to get their little
son and daughter, who have been visit
ing there several days.
Ed F. Wentze is in El Paso on busi
ness. John Walthall went down to El Paso
Mrsj Vanegrift is visiting in El Paso
H. B. Chaplin went down to El Paso
this forenoon. "
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 26. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have been filed with the recorder of
Dona Ana county:
J. D. Wollett to Mrs. J. M. Hubbard,
warranty deed to lots 3 and 4, in block
3, of Westmont Height addition; con
sideration $20. Dated Jan. 25, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Mrs. E. J. Henderson,
warranty deed to lots 28, 29, 30, 31 and
addition; consideration $62.50. Dated
Jan. 25, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Miss Charlotte Hub
bard, warranty deed to lots 1 and 2, in
block 3, of Westmont Heights addition;
consideration $20. Dated Jan. 25, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Miss Mary J. Benudes,
warranty deed to lots 16, 17, 18, 19, 20,
21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 2.6, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
and 32, in block 3, of Westmont Heights
addition; consideration $160. Dated Jan.
J. D. Wollett to J. A. Kind, warranty
deed to lots 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32, in
block 108 of Westmont Heights addition;
consideration 125. Dated January 21,
J. D. Wollett to H. V. Latham, war
ranty deed to lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in
block 122, and lots 2S, 29, 30, 31 and 32,
In block 122 of Westmont Heights ad
dition; consideration $250. Dated Jan.
Rebecca A. Herron to J. H. Livingston,
warranty deed to the southeast one
fourth and the northeast one-fourth of
the southeast quarter of section 31,
township 25, south irange east, contain
ing 80 acres; consideration $4000. Dated
Nov. 12, 1909.
Norvell Caskie Voorhees and Charles
K. Voorhees to Isldoro Armijo, war
ranty deed to a parcel of land situated
in the southerly part of Las Cruces,
containing half acre, together with
building improvements; consideration
2600. Dated Jan. 25, 1910.
J. T. Miller to T. J. Edwards, war
ranty deed to lots in block 20 of Mil
ler's addition; consideration 1 and oth
er valuables. Dated March 10, 1909.
United States of America to James H.
Bailey, patent certificate to the north
east quarter of the southwest quarter,
Offer most exceptional values in all Fall and Winter Merchandise. Realizing that
the winter season is practically over we would rather sell these goods at a sacrifice
than carry them over. The prices quoted are genuine reductions and you will save
money by shopping here. We buy for cash and sell for cash, which always en
ables us to sell at a less price than the store that runs on the credit system.
Men's Winter Clothing
?27.50 suits; these are high grade,
finest class of worsted d? Q J J?
fit perfect in this for P 1. c O
$25.00 suits; high grade worsted; the
best workmanship; &f 7 QE
price in this sale.'... $- ZJ y
$22.i50 suits; pure all wool wotsted
materials; hand tail
ored suits; price is..
$20.00; these suits are made of all
wool worsted and (fc A Qf
cashmere; on sale at P JLacO
$18.50; pure all wool worsted anl
cashmere suits; 11
now on sale at.-. 3XTOQ
$16.50 and $17-50 suits, made of
good all wool worsted Jlft Qj C
materials; onsaIe at P JL O
$15.00 suits; all wool materials;
made after newest
models? on sale at.
$13.50 all wool worsted
$12.50 all wool mater- dQ QC
ial suits for )O0
We axe offering special inducements
for a few days on men's trousers.
We aell the celebrated Flat Iron
$6.50 all tyooI trousers, come in beau
tiful patterns, special d?C ff
$5.00 trousers, made of all wool ma
$4.50 trousers, special
during tlhis sale for...
$4.00 trousers, special
during this sale for. . .
$3.50 trousers, special
during this sale for...
$3.00 trousers, special
during this sale" for. . .
$2.50 trousers, special
during thi& sale for. . .
$1.50 ail wool worsted knickerbocker
pants; sizes from 6 to rf 1 1 Q
16 years; for P110
$1.25 wool worsted and cashmere
knickerbocker pants for 6 QC
to 16 years; on sale at OC
$1.00 worsted and cashmere knicker
bocker pants for boys 4 to J J?
16 years for OC
75c knickerbocker pants for O
bovs 4 to 15 years for OOC
$1.00 wool dress goods, different col
ors and widths; Tf?
on sale at i &
75c wool dress goods, comes f g?
in colors and black, for Ou w
'50c dress goods, cornea in QQ
colors and black; on sale at. OOC
9 rlmiKI -friA frpsn rrtrtflz nnrl illl
$16.95 i fl1 .18c
Just Received, a nice
line of Ladies' Waists
Also, a big lot of new Ginghams,
beautiful patterns, in 10c and
12 1-2c grade.
Outing Flannel Gowns
$1.50 outing flannel d fl f Q
gowns for tj? A A O
$1.25 outing flannel gowns QP
$1.00 outing flannel gowns ftp
Staple Specials for Thurs
day and Friday
10 yards ot 1 special lot
of dress styles of gingham.,
10 yards of double fold
10 yards of regular 10c
10 yards best 121-2c
10 yards of Gold Medal
bleach domestic for
10 yards of best Lonsdale
10 yards of best calico
10 yards best outing flannel, Qg-
12 l-2c value, for 70 C
5 yards of good bleached d H Ef
sheeting for , J)A.AO
5 yards of 42 inch pillow 7fr
5 yards of best apron check rg
10 yards of good dress QC--
gingham, 12 l-2c grade, for. . cO C
18x36-inch cotton buck & ff
towels, per doz. J) A JJ
18x48 inch bleached bath towels, 32c
per pair, or 1 OH
per dozen JL .Ov7
23x50 inch unbleached bath ?
towels, per pair wvC
Shirt Waist Specials
$5.00 black taffeta silk dQ 75
waists, for i 9J
$4.00 silk waists, come in black, blue,
old rose, also black and Q I j?
white nets, for -,pO.AO
$3.50 silk and net waists, come in
different colors; 40 Tfl
on sale at P "
$3.00 black taffeta and (jJO A ?
net waists for tj) Jfe .TrO
$2.50 waists, come in colored silk, all
wool nun's veiling, nets and all linen
tailored waists d OP
$1.50 and $1.75 waists, come in white
tailored effect, good d O C
quality materials for...pA .ttj
$1.25 waists, come in all white ma
terials, neat tailored AP
waists for OC
$1.00 waists, come in all white and
i i 8T0
$35.00 fine high grade ladies' suits;
colors, black, green d f 7 Q -and
blue; on sale at. P A mZ?J
$25.00 suit3, strictly first class tail
ored suit3 ; colors, old rose, blue, navy
and gray; on sale 1J Qg
$18.50 and $20-00 suits: colors, navy-
white and black stripes; '7E gray and blue, 1 Q QC
on sale at wC for iOi&t)
85c white linen finish
embroidered waist for.
$ A .iD'
$6.50 long silk kimonos
on sale for
$2.00 long kimonos;
on sale for
$1.50 long 'kimonos;
on sale for
$1.25 long kimonos
on sale for
1 lot of long kimonos; elbow ?,
length; on sale for OUC
Furs, To Close Out
$10.00 genuine undied brown fox fur,
large neck piece, one t? C OK
tail; on sale to close PO .tO
$6.50 medium large fur neck piece,
will not rub off or shed; (J Q Q f
an sale at PO.0
$5.00 fur neck pieces, come in brown
and black Coney fur; tfQ C
on sale at )mZO
$3.50 furs, medium size neck pieces;
brown and black;
on sale at
$2.50 fur pieces, me
dium sizes, for
$2.00 nice neck pieces
$1.00 fur neck pieces
$8.50 misses' suits for girls S to 12
years; on sale tff AC
$10.00 suits for girls d P AP
11 to 16; on sale at j)0.t?0
$20 Coats; tan only: dl a QP
full length; on sale. . V A dt ZsQ
$15.00 Coats; tan, navy and caster;
on sale all next fiQ AP
week atv tj)0.?0
$12.50 Coats; tan, black, brown and
caster; on sale JT QE
$10.66 Coats;" caster r Q ff
and tan; on sale at.. ..Pw270
$8.50; black, tan and dgf P"
caster for tpO.OU
$5.00 Coats; dark fancy d0 '7C
cashmere; on sale at... VJ?0. O
Children's and Misses'
$7.50 children's and misses coats;
colors, red, green, blue, tan, navy and
brown; for girl3 8 to 12 J QP
years, for tpT'.OO
$5.00 coats for children and misse3
from 4 to 8 years; Q 7K
$3.50 and $4.00 coats for children
from 3 to 10 years ("JO Q Q
$2-00 small jackets f or $ -J OS
children 2 to 8, for P A OD
the northwest quarter of the northeast
quarter and uie lots 6 and 7 of section
13, township 25, south range 2 east, con
taming 140 acres. Dated Dec. 20, 1909.
United States of America to "William
Rode, patent certificate to the south
west quarter of section 9, township 26,
south range 3 east, containing 160 acres.
Dated March 26, 1892.
10, 11 and 12, In block 13 of the New
Mexico Town company addition to ILas
Cruces; consideration $1. Dated Jan. 17,
David TJ. Parker to Louis "W. Parker,
quit claim deed to a parcel of land sit
uated in the southerly part of the town
of' Las Cruces, area on the' north 130
feet, on the east 250 feet, on the south
William Rode to T. L.Wright. war- 249 feet, on the west 263 1-2 feet; con-
.. . I kIWaka f sv-t C7R 1 ( ln-t-j-tl f IrtT- VI IVJIIU
ranty deed to a tract of-iana being tne
southwest quarter of section 9, township
26, 'south range 3 'east, containing 160
acres; consideration $15,000. Dated Jan.
Charles E. Miller to William Rode,
warranty deed to a portion of .the north
west quarter of the southwest quarter of
section 9, township 26. south range 3
east, containing 40 acres; consideration
300. Dated March 9, 190L
A. L. Houck to J. J. Maple, warranty
deed to the east half of the southeast
quarter of section 9, township 26, south
range 3 east, containing SO acres; con
sideration $1. Dated June 17, 1907.
United States of America to John W.
Rhodes, patent certificate to the south
east quarter of section 9T township 26,
south range 3 east of fifth principal
meridian, containing 160
Nov. 2S, 1S92.
Ethel Gulley to Frank C. Bossyns.
warsyn, warranty deed to lots 7, S, 9,
sideration S750. Dated Oct. 21, 1909.
Special License Recorded.
Morris Freudenthal, hotel Don Bar
nardo, Las Cruces. ,
C. G. Gorton, retail merchant, Las Cru
ces. A. J. Hager, merchant and howling,
J. M. Hoy, retail merchant, Rincon.
Births: Manuel Telles.
Deaths: Isidoro Galende de Aleman.
Marriages: Jacobo Henrich and Ll
A MINORITY REPORT
ON LAS CRUCES WATERWORKS
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 26. It is ru
mored that on account of some of the
members of the citizens' committee
acres. Dated j which reported Monday night In refer
ence to tne waterworKs system, oeius
out of town that a minority report will
be submitted to the trustees.
ra no dismiss
Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 26. The terri- Juan X,ujan y Martinez, a welltodo
torial board of education has revoked I farmer of thls cty Is the third mem-
tv.o. ucQ, y, t.. -,r.i. Der of a family to die of pneumonia
the licenses to teach of Jesus Maria j wJthln tfae past eek3
Jaramillo, of El RIto, and Jose Ortiz y wife and five children.
Baca, of Santa Fe county, on the charge I s. S- Beaty, a local merchant and ex
tensive property owner, died from ef-
Similar action will be taken against
two female teachers in Torrance county,
who were reported as having been In
toxicated after a dance, it being the
intention of the school authorities to
dismiss all teachers who over indulge in
fects of burns received in falling on a
stove In a fainting spell recently. He
was- a native of Columbus, O., served in
the civil war on the union side, and
lived in Santa Fe for a quarter of a.
century. He is survived by three children.
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"Is it satisfactory?" is the question that goes with every purchase here. Constant
vigilance on our part as Avell as the U. S. government from the time our meats are
slaughtered until they are delivered into your home, is behind every transaction here.
Por this there is no extra charge. It is our contribution toward giving satisfaction.
You will also find, by comparison, that our prices at all times are the lowest that can
be placed on the superior quality meats we sell. It is not your trade for today or to
morrow that we are looking for we want your trade for all time. And the only way
we can bring this about is to give satisfaction in every detail.
COUNTY TO 80
NEW HOAD TO
Contractors Complain of the
Theft of Construction
This same applies to our Grocery, IFruit
and Vegetable Departments in fact, if
the things that go on your table come
from Nations J you will find there is never
any cause for complaint.
If you have never been a customer at
Nations' we suggest that you try our sat
isfactory service for the spring months.
It combines Qualitv, Service, Low Prices
and Entire Satisfaction. Tel. 2576.
rands We Especially Recommend
"Hills Bros." Fanious Coffees
"Casino" Canned Goods
"Swansdown" Prepared Cake Flour
"Blue Valley" Butter
:Mountain Park Farm" Eggs
The meeting of the county commis
sioners Tuesday was devoted to the con
sideration of good roads, and chief
among these was the ordering of the
construction of a new road from the E.
P. & S. W.. north of Tobin, to the tin
mine on Mount Franklin. C. R. Mbre
head, Mr. Koch, Mr. Miller, Lamar
Davis and Thomas Conklin were ap
pointed a jur3' to act in conjunction
with the county surveyor and have a
road laid out.
It was ordered that $1000 be set aside
from the road and bridge fund for the
construction of a road from El Paso to
The county surveyor was authorized
to incur the expense incident to the sur
vey of the Sierra Blanca Hot Springs
County judge Eylar was authorized to
prepare quit claim deeds for right of
way along the new Clint-Fabens road.
A petition from residents of Clint for
the construction of a road from Clint to
Socorro was referred to the county
judge for investigation.
It was ordered that $200 be set aside
for the improvement of the Pilar road,
from Ysleta to tho foothills.
Nevr Voting: Preclact.
It was ordered, that if 20 taxpayers
can- be found In tho eastern part of the
county, a new election precinct be es
tablished there.- The county decided to
furnish lumber to Messrs. Cadena and
Apodaca for the purpose of construct
ing a flume to carry water to their land
o'ver the county road.
County treasurer C. E. KellyAvas or
dered to refund $43.95 to A. Escontrias,
this being the amount received in ex
cess of taxes for the sale of his prop
erty. An order granting Andres Garcia, an
old resident of Ysleta, S4 per month for
three months was passed.
lining: Unfinished Read.
Galley and Clark complained that
people had been using the new road
from Ysleta to Clint which has not been
completed and further complained that
posts which they had put up along the
road had been stolen. They a3ked for
Commissioner Perez said that Juan
Salcldo had closed the "Island" road
and It was ordered that he be arrested
unless he reopen the road at once.
County judge Eylar said that he
would submit a budget of expenses for
the care of county poor at the next
A. T. Duncan was appointed constable
at Sierra Blanca.
T. & F. Road.
County road engineer Meadows sub
mitted a map showing that C. O. Coffin,
C. E. Kelly, J. Ml "Wyatt and A. Kra
kauer had taken up from six to 50 feet
of the rlghtofway of the T. & P. road
?whlch the county was to use for a road.
Judge Eylar said that these men had
agreed to surrender sufficient land for
the building of a road.
MEXICAN BANK FALLS
TO OPEN ITS DOORSv
Mexico City, Hex.. Jan. 26. Th
United States Banking company was
last night supended from the clearing
"house upon its failure to make a set
tlement of the day's business. Tha
bank was given until 9:30 today to
make up its deficit, which is said tc
amount to 400,000 pesds. It failed to
open this morning, but M. Elazer, vice
president of the company, expresses
the belief that the bank will be able
to pay dollar for dollar to every de
positor and reopen.
BONUS FOR RAILROAD
Brownwood. Texas, Jan. 25. Ths
town of May today accepted Brown
wood's proposition to subscribe $15,000
in stock and gave ten miles rlghtofway
and depot grounds for the Brownwood,
North & South railroad. A committee
will come here tonight to sign the
TOO MTJCS FACE
Yon feel as if you had one face too
many when you havo Neuragia,. Don't
you? Save the 'race, you may need it;
but get rid of the Neuralgia by ap
plying Ballard's Snow Liniment. Finest
thing in the world for rheumatism, neu
ralgia, burns, cuts, scalds, lame baclc
and all pains. Sold by all druggists.