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Utterly impossible to wait on the people today but come again Monday and ail next week. Sale will continue
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Ban Is Placed on Smkoing,
Diinkiag and Grambling.
Agricultural College, N. M., Jan. 29.
A rigid campaign for the strict enforce
ment of college discipline is being inau
gurated by the college authorities- The
ban has been. placed upon smoking or
chewing tobacco, drinking alcoholic bev
erages, and gamblng along with various
other things. The president is making
an effort to have the territorial law en
forced -which prohibits anyone from
selling or giving to "any student of any
educational institution in New Mexico,
tobacco ir any form."
The Gibbons club members have gone
to work to enlven their club and arouse
a keener interest in the purpose of the
organization. The club is composed of
people in this vicinity who belong to
the Catholic church. On Sunday morn
ing the college bus and livery rigs are
hired and the club goes in a body to
Las Cruces to church. John Powers is
president and Mr. Stoker is treasurer.
is a wonderful food-medicine
for all ages of mankind.
For the delicate, sickly
babe; the pale, anemic boy
or girl; the thin, tired man
or woman; for the aged and
To all it gives rich, red
blood: firm, healthy flesh:
strong nerves and muscles;
it gives resistance, endurance,
and often prevents serious
limeSS. ALL DEDGGISTS
Send iOc. Tuune of paper and tHi ad. for our
beautll-ol Savings Bank and Child's Sketch
Book, Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny.
SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St, N. Y.
Those -who -went to Silver City for the
basketball game -were: Miss Lena Smith,
Audie Crist, Mabel JIager, Ruth Phelps,
Ella Pohl, Ruth Brainard, Ethel Schear
er, Aileen Russel, Mrs. Green and pro
fessors Lane and Mitchell.
Class President Impeached.
Owiug to the great number of clubs
and organizations in the school the
-week's end throughout the year have
been filled with social events and the ri
valry for securng dates for open affairs
ie cnmotini(! nrher than friendly. This
-week the freshman class failed to recog
nize their president and impeached him I
and threw him out of office. Hugh j
Flovd, captain of '09 football team, -was
elected to succeed F. R. Quessenberry.
On Saturday evening in Hadley hall .
the freshman debating team win argue
with a team composed of juniors on the
question: "Resolved. That the discon
tinuance of the present protective policy
in our national government is desirable."
The 13 has the affirmative and ll's the
Miss Caroline W- Daniels, dean of
-women, addressed the student body at
assembly on Thursday morning. She
used as her subject resourcefulness, and
brought out many points that went
straight home with the studenti.
Henry McCowen and W. E. Campbell,
editors of the college weekly, The Round
Up, have recently acquired from Smith
& Co., of Las Cruces ko lots near the
college on the northeast-
The Rev. Hunter Lewis has returned
from a trip to San Marcial and to Las
Mesa, -where he has appointments; - He
has quite a large congregation at San
Plan Baseball Games.
A meeting of baseball enthusiasts -was
held in the T. M. C. A. recently for the
purpose of making definite campaign
plans for the coming season. A pub
licity campaign and one for funds will
A large delegation of students and
faculty went to Las Cruces to the ar-
-. fivfto1o- vr-i?-i i ti c tf coo tho
mory uh xuu"'.' ,,v.....0 .v- ...
"Miller Vane" production at the ar- j
A pipe line has been laid from the
college main along college row and now
the residents of that vicinity can be sup
plied with good water for a nomual
One of the college orchards near the
girls' dormitory is being cut down and
cut into cordwoodHEPhe stumps are being
pulled and the land will be used for
other experiment "work in agricultural
lines. I .
J Elmer Fullerton, of Socorro, who
was taken from school here to a Los An
geles hospital, underwent, an operation
for appendicitis .and is now in San Diego
Ellen Beach Yaw will' appear here un
der the auspices of the musical club on
DOXA ANA COUNTY
DOCTORS ELECT OFFICERS
Las Cruces, N. Ms, Jam. 2?. The Dona
Ana" County Medical association held a
irv-'l.np in this city Thu.'w "Jght
which tirhevtlTe following offfcers wre
elected for the ensuing yjar: .x. L. .Mc
Bride; president; C. A. Mitcnell. vice
president; T. C. Sexton, secretary and
treasurer; censors, J. H. Johnson, R. E.
EEBALD ON SALE IS JJLS
GUJCES, N. M.
Fraafe A. Eawley, Agat, opposite
post off Ice.
Dally Herald os sale by Las Crneen
Drxs Oen Camozxs'i JJewa St&ad,
2oxlte postoffice -
McBride and W. C. Field. B. E. Lane
was elected delegate to the Xew Mexico
Medical association which is to meet in
SISTER OF LAS CRUCES MAN
DIES IN EL PASO
Las Cruces, X. M., Jan. 29. Miss Rose
Pino, who until recently lived in Las
Cruces, died in El Paso Thursday morn
ing at the home of her brother, G. C.
Pino. Miss Pino was the sister of J. C.
Pino in the employ of A. Jacoby & Co.
The remains were taken to Tularosa for
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M.l Jan. 29. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed with the recorder
of Dona Ana county:
Remedias Duran to Jacihto Perea,
documento de trespaso to a tract of
land situate southeast of the Plaza of
Chamberino in precinct No. 11, 'area 51
by 93 yards; consideration ?15; dated
April 27, 1887.
Jacinto Perea et ux to C. C. Sweetser,
warranty deed to that certain tract of
land situate southeast of the plaza of
Chamberino, formerly conveyed to the
grantor by Remedias Duran, consider
ation $20.00; dated Dec- 24, 1S88.
M. E. Longacre to Mrs. Annie E.
Hamm, mortgage deed, dated Jan. 28,
Alameda Realty and Investment com
pany to Lucretia Horner McBride,
mortgage deed; dated Jan. 22, 1910.
John Walthall to First National bank,
chattel mortgage: dated Jan. 27, 1910.
Grace B. Day to Alameda Realty and
Investment company, satisfaction of
mortgage, dated Jan. 28, 1910.
Hugh Clary to J. H. Dunn, mortgage
deed; dated Jan. 19, 1910.
Maria O. Sandford to Metcalf and
Parks, satisfaction of mortgage.
John A. Harris to Metcalf and Parks,
satisfaction of mortgage, dated Dec. 6,
Metcalf and Parks to Henry D. Bow
man, chattel mortgage; dated Jan. 19,
Deaths recorded: Harriet Woodard.
Birth recorded: Doroteo Sainz.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces. N. M., Jan. 29. The fol
lowing guests are registered at hotel
Don Bamardo: E. Koenig, Chicago; J.
Frank Currs, Santa Fe; E. T. McCarthy,
Xew York; R- B. Pegram. Kansas City;
Hartenca Jalonick, El Paso; E. J. Best,
Park Hotel: A. C. Sichler, Albuquer
que. CRUCES NEWS NOTES.
Las Cruces, X. M.. Jan. 29. C. H.
Stith. who with Mr. Ford, of Amarillo,
bought what is known as the Caton
ranch near Old Mesilla, has arrived and
will begin improving the purchase at
M. T. Brown, one of El Paso's real es
tate men, was a visitor here Thursday.
E. C. Wade is having a poultry fence
put around his orchard lots just west of
his dwelling on Las Cruces avenue, and
will begin to breed a f.ine stock of chickens.
EL PASO HERALD
Zeiger: M. M. Banner, Separ, N. M.;
Ad Brourimann, Jimenez, Mex.; E. C
Adams, J. C. Gray, Anthony, N. M.;
H. S. Camphell, Carrizozo, N. M.; J. K.
Wilson and wife, Vaughn, N. M-; W. O.
Dudley, Alamogordo, X. M.; R. O. Gel
crease, Mexico; C. B. Delaney, San
Francisco; R. J. Goldsmith, Chicago;
Mrs. S. F. Ada-ms, Xew Orleans: B.
Blankensby, Portal es, X. M.; H. G. Ross,
Ft. Hancock, Tex.
ST. REGIS: Miss Banesfield. Irs.
Pierce. Des Moines. la.- Frank Smith,
Toronto, Canada; J. S. Curtis and wife,
Hoberts Swift. Xewman, X. M.; D. S
Blair, Wythville. Va.; R. A- Brown, Gki
ca"o, 111. ;E. Milan. Chicago. HI.; Mrs.
C. M. Bunnell, Miss Bunnell. Miss Sterl
ing, Miss Dean, Stratford, Conn. W. H
Caantinjilet. Denver. Colo.: Torn L. West,
ArchrDcla.iro. Son.: Charier K. Thorpe.
1 Pratt, Kas.; H. B. Holt. Las Cruces, N.
M.; C. B. Delane.v, San jnuicisco '1?15"
i. vv. oiarK. n. l. aoer, iiaiiiax.
Xov.; W.X. Goodwin. Xew York; S. T.
Afcus and wife. Xew Orleans. La.; B. W.
U'nrrinnr. "PI TJnnr ft-li . A tla li Atii5
Mex.; F. J. Kelly. St. Paul, Minn.- M.
) A. Lippitt. Mrs. John McDonald, Mrs.
I S. P. Montjromerv. Pittsburg, Pa.; F.
j D. Halm, R. J. Doyle. Chicago.
J ' -nriorff. t.- tv. i)art, Halifax, Xova
: Scotia; H. L. Badger, Denver, Colo.; A.
X. Duff and nephew, Laredo, Texas;
I Miss Jose Shiner, Laredo. Texas; H. A.
IKaach, Chicago; A. E. Smith and fam
ily. Olean, X. Y-; TV. L. Ryherson, South
Tigre, Sonora; A. J. King, South Tigre,
j bonora; Meanchinor Barnabee. Mexico;
Juan Fuente. Barcelona, Spain; Edward
Hose, Kansas City, Mo.,; M. Joseph, Chi
cago; M. Slopper. Tucson, Ariz.; E.
Bergman. South Bend. Ind.; Marion G.
Staley, South Bend, Ind.; W. A. Mur
ray, Tucson, Ariz.; P. F. Sanders, Mem
phis, Tenn.; M. Frudenthal. Las Cruces.
X. M.; R. K. Colqult. Marfa. Texas; C
A. Sperher and family, Artesia, X. M.;
C. M. Kempner, Houston, Tex.; Charles
E. Thalen and wife, Denver, Colo.; Otto
Kroeger, BIsbee, Ariz.; O. U. Muller,
San Francisco, Cal.
Angelus: Jose Gonzales, Las Cruces,
X. M.; Ben B. Jones and wife, Las Cru
ces, X. M.; l. t. Young, Cleveland, O.;
Robert Miller. Cleveland, O.; Mrs. Min
nie Hulrose, Rodeo, N. M.; T. W. White,
Chicago, 111.; e. D. Morton, Minot, X.
D.; E. T. McCarthv, Xew York; Edward
Zuschlag, Chicago; C. T. Wilson, Tuc
son, Ariz; King Wassengaher. Tucson.
Ariz.; T. C .Young, Denver, Colo.; Mabel
Barsdon, Denver, Colo.; L. Roy Slater,
Spokane, Wash.; Sidnev Schulein, Spo
kane, Wash.; C. W. Booth, Spokane,
Wash.; R. H Mnrquart. Columbus, O.;
J- R. Hiaman and wife, Huron, S. D.;
H. Hurwitz and wife, Vancouver, B. C:
H. B. Joy. Douglas, Ariz.; Charles P.
Lughlin, Silver City, X. M.; R- E. Fra
zier, Greenville, Tex.; C. C Deming, Chi
cago. Sheldon Robert S. Fields, Dallas,
Texas; M. G. Staley, South Bend, Ind.;
G. F. S. Burton. Los Angeles, Cal.; W.
E. Ingraham, Xorth Henv'a, O.: Edward
E. Robotham, Xew York; H. R. Reber,
Las Cruces, X. M.; X. J. Marley and
mother, Moline, 111.; J. V. Biard, Dallas,
Texas; J.-R. Molera, San Francisco, Cal.;
J. Jones, Omaha; T. D. Pitushagen, Jef
rerson City, Mo.; John H. Pennell, Kan
sas City, Mo.; E. Hackett, OaklandCal.;
J. J. Martin, Little Rock, Ark.; C. E.
Moon, Augusta, Ga.; W. X. Goodwin,
Augusta, Ga.; H. A. Kull, Kansas City,
Mo.; Xelson Morris, Chicago, 111.; Wr. R.
Pence, Midland, Tex.; Felt Smith,
Cleveland, 0.;C. A. Marshall, Minneapo-
lis, Minn.; Y. S. Sun, Honolulu: H. E.
Young, Fon du Lac, Wis.; Robert C.
Feoder, Philadelphia. Pa.; J. S. Doug
las, wife and daughter, Douglas, Ariz.;
Ben Stinkfaaen, Las Vegas, X. M.; Ed
ward Koenig. Chicago, 111.; E. T. Mc
Carthy, Xew York; Robert P. Flynn,
Dunsmuir, Cal.; Mrs. A. R. Zimmerman.
Xo gales, Ariz.; B. B. Barbour, Xo gales.
Ariz.; 3 R. Beckham, Chicago, 111.; M.
Broaddus, Chicago, 111.; G. B. Bent and
wife, Tularosa, X. M.; Oscar Biermann,
TMlarns!i "V" "M" - TT. "M" Wnnrls. ir.. E. P.
j M.,L; w! W. Gaskins, Harrisburg. Pa.;
X: S. Balllnger, Tucson, Ariz.; W. H.
MacCullough, Xew York; F. J. Kelly,
St. Paul, Minn.; Fred R. Adams, San
Francisco, Cal.; J. Alex K. Sessoms,
Way Cross, Ga.; Otto Lussine, Salt Lake
City; John H. Lederer, Baltimore, Md.;
A.-F. Harris, Dolores, Colo.; Mrs. Jessie
H- Utsey, White Plains, X. Y; Miss
EJla Spier, Carbersville, Ga.; H. A.
Beasley, Crockett, Tex.; J. W. Young,
Crockett, Tex.; H. C. Keefe, Xew Haven,
Conn.; Charles O. Johnson, St. Louis,
Grand Central: C. F. Stuart, Capitan,
X. M.; Dan Margason, Capitan, X. M.;
R. H. Roy, Salt Lake City; George u .
McCan, Deming, X. M.; Mrs. J. D. Sikes,
Yslta, Tex.; Mrs. A. S. Brown, Ysleta,
Tex.; G. R. Walling. Tucson, Ariz.; V.
F. Fizzle, Tucson. Ariz.; J. W. Galloway,
Tucson, Ariz.; B. F. Whetmore, Big
Springs, Tex.; Thomas Gilker, Big
Springs, Tex.; L. H. Pritchard, Xaco
Zari, Mexico; George C- Hoeek, Del Rap
ids, S. T.; John Gerhardt, Hutchinson,
Kans.; F. Y. Heck, Victoria, Tex.; A. H.
Marquart, Co:mnbus, O.; P. Mullei", Bur
bank, O.; Wash Francis, Canada.
MIDLAND TO HAVE A
$50,000 WATERWORKS SYSTEM ;
Midland, Tex., Jan. 29. Midland is at
last to Slave a water system costing
50,000. The bonds have" already been
passed upon and approved. They "witl
be placed on sale March 7th. The bids
ifor the construction will be open about.
D. W . Branson donated the land for
the power plant and wells to the town.
There are to be six wells, two of which
are already completed, and on being
tested showed 50 gallons per minute
The First Xational bank building,
costing near 40.000, is nearing com
pletion. All it lacks is the instalment
of the fixtures. The contractors were
Dykestra & Howe.
The block of buildings that was de
stroyed by fire last October, formerly
known as the "Pepper" block, is to
be rebuilt. Contractor Xugent Is to do
the erecting. It wljl be built of brick.
The land firm of A.ershuer 6c Willis
have established a new town known as
Dameron City. It is r0 miles south
of Midlandy The first issue of their
paper, Dameron City TimesT was pub
lished by the Midland Examiner.
HAVE YOU SOMETHING-
You can easily sell it
CaU BeK 115, Auto 1115
tell the girl Tv-hat it is
and! The Herald Tv-ill sell
it. 'rTo bother, no formality.
CARPENTER'S LIFE THREATENED
BT SIMPSON, WITNESS SWEARS
John S. itcsson Testifies ini
Murder Trial That De
fendant Was in Danger
3?rom Man He Killed.
John K. Rosson, a livestock commis
sion merchant of Fort Worth, was plac- j
ed on the stand in the Carpenter murder
trial this morning. He testified that at
three different times Simpson had told
him he would kill Carpenter, but hf nev
er advised ' Carpenter of the threats, as
he did not believe Simpson would carry
them out and if hewere to mention them
there might be trouble on the Simpson
He said that in January, 190S, Simp
son said: "If Carpeuter does not quit
fooling with my business,I will kill him."
In May, 190S, he said: "Carpenter has
no business on my ranch and if he does
not keep off there I will kill him." Again
in March, 1909, he made a similar threat.
Rosson suid that he held a mortgage
on 1400 head of Simpson's cows on which !
he had advanced him $15,000, and he had I
put Carpenter there to look after them,
but had given him no autborty over the
ranch, as he had none to give.
Following Rosson's testimony the de
fense introduced the mortgage which
Simpson had given Rosson and which
had been foreclosed by him 90 days
after It was due. They then introduced
the judgment and papers in the civil case
pending between Carpenter and Simp
son. The defense was still engaged In read
ing these papers to the jury when an
adjournment was taken at noon.
H. A. Scott, a photographer, testified
regarding views of the Simpson ranch
which he had taken, and b3 which the
deience sought to prove that Simpson
could not have been seen by Miss Blev-
Fi Eim C
OLDEST AND STRONGEST
IN DOfSA ANA COUNTY
I First National Bank
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C SNOW, Prea. CAPT. S. J. W00DHULL, V. Pres. ana Cash.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.
S'wSKL f the ouse fc
W. A. Lodge worked for S. S. Carpen
ter as a cowboy up to Dec 22, 1909.
when he took a layoff and went to
Palestine, Texas, having worked for
Carpenter about 18 months. He said:
"I knew Bert Simpson, Mrs. Simpson
and Miss Laro Blevins. I. met them at
Polvo in April, 1909. I was asleep in
an old adobe house. Mrs. Simpson and
Miss Blevins came up; we talked of
Gans and Carpenter, but I don't remem
ber what Miss Blevins said about Mr.
Carpenter, except that she asked me it
I worked for Carpenter, and I told her
I was working for him.
, Miss BlevlBs Hated Carpenter.
"Miss Blevins told me she hated Car
penter and said she would be glad to
see him lie down and die. She said Mr.
Carpenter had acted the rascal in every
way, and said: 'He has taken every
thing we had.'
"About 10 minutes afterward Simp
son came. I told him I had come to
see Mr. Gans. I told him Mr. Carpen
ter had sent me up to see Gans. He
said the place was his and Carpenter
had nothing to do with it.
"Then he spoke about some horses
and told me to tell Carpenter, This
hors business ls not over with yet; tell
him the case is coming up in May and
I'm going to get those horses back here
this evening and will be here tomorrow
or any other day that he wants to see
me. Tell him not to send anybody.
"In April I met him at Polvo. He
spoke of Jim Miller and said he was a
friend of his. He showed me a paper, I
believe it was an El Paso Herald, with
an account of Miller's death, and I
"Eighteen or 20 days after that I told
Carpenter what Simpson had told me to,
and what he said about the horses."
John K. Rawson, of Fort Worth, a
character witness, testified regarding