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L PASO HERALD
Thursday, February 10, 1910
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A Few More Remnants of "Wool Dress 1
Good, Silks, etc., at less than 2
Fancy Silks for Waists and Dresses, worth up
'to $1.50 .... Friday Special
Come Each Day-Something
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Vogue Dry Quods Gompany
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HERALD ON SALE IX LAS
Framfc A. Eawley, Ageat, opposite
Dally Herald oa sale by Las Crnees
Dras Co., C&raozse's Ncvra St sad,
LAS CRUCES NEWS NOTES;
MESILLA VALLEY PERSONALS
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 10. May
Brothers are having installed in their
drygoods and furnishing department,
new and uptodate furniture and fix
tures. E. H. Morril has returned from El
Maj. Eugene "Van Patten -was at La
"Cnion Wednesday In the interest of the
Jose Lucero, district clerk, was In
El Paso yesterday.
Samuel Geek, county commissioner,
was in Dona Ana Wednesday.
Theo. Rouault, jr., was in El Paso
M. Bloomenkrantz was an El Paso
Maj. W,. H. H. Llewellyn was at his
Dona Ana ranch Wednesday.
N. C Frenger was among the Las
Cruces visitors in El Paso Wednesday.
M. T. Brown came up from El Paso
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Crannell of Te
comah, Neb., have returned to their
home. Mrs. Crannell is a sister to Mrs.
J. G. Stuart, and has been visiting at
El Man3anal ranch the past two
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart accom
panied them as far as El Paso.
G. H. Kelly went down to the Pass
city today on business.
John Walthall and wife went down to
El Paso this forenoon.
Dr. TT S. Samuels is in El Paso to
day. ' Fay Sperry is a business visitor In
El Paso today.
SANTA FE THAXKS CRUCES
FOR ITS CONGRATULATIONS
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 10. The cham
ber of commerce which had been active
In urging upon A. T. & S. F. railroad
company the need of a new station for
Las Craces and, appreciating the re
sponse -which it now has in the beauti
ful station just completed ' at a recent
meeting passed a resolution of thanks.
The following reply has been received
from W. R. Brown, of El Paso:
"I assure you that your letter of the
18th containing copy of the resolutions
passed by your chamber, complimenting
the Santa Fe on our new depot, is highly
appreciated. We are still of the great
majority that feel elated when we are
complimented, and that it Is justified.
While we cannot always meet the views
of our patrons, you can rest assured
that we have their interests at heart,
and certainly will not do anything In
tentionallj' that will cause any change
of the sentiment expressed in the resolu
tions adopted by your chamber."
LA TUNA STATION IS ON
TEXAS SIDE OF LINE
Alabama Homeseeker Praises El Paso
County Road Progress on Upper
La Tuna, Tex., Feb. 10. For some
reason, instead of straddling the state
line here with its new station, the
Santa Fe has moved its liuildings south
four blocks into the La Tuna addition
J. R. Freeman, a homeseeker from
Birmingham, Ala., drove up from El
Paso over the new county road and
says back there where there are many
more people they have no such roads as
Riverside drive will be when com
pleted. The grading for the whole 20 miles is
nearly all done, the macadam is fin
ished to Courchesne bridge and Richard
Caple's gang of 20 teams, Is within half
a mile of White's Spur with the gravel
top. The stone crusher is being put
up half way between Courchesne and
White's Spur and this stretch will soon
get the macadam finish.
Mr. Eck is now finishing the bridge
and culvert work near Vinton.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
BEAUMONT MEN BUY
TWO LAS CRUCE3 DRUG STORES
Las Cruces, In. M., Feb. 10. The Las
Cruces Drug company changed hands
vesterflflv. Mpssrs. Martin. Sa.iIp and
I Dyne bought the entire stock from John
Schonborn. These men recently bought
the People's drug store and will operate
both. B. G. Dyne will continue as man
ager of the People's drug store and C. T.
Seale will assume charge of the Las
Cruces Drug company, and Dr. Martin
will be active in both places of business.
Messrs. Martin, Seale and Dyne are all
from Beaumont, Tex., and are so well
pleased with Las Cruces and the Mesilla
valley that they are closing .out all
their Interest at their old home and will
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 10. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed with the recorder
of Dona Ana county:
J. D. Wollett to l C. Watkins, war
ranty deed to lots 25 and 26 In block
87 of Westmont Heights addition; con
sideration $20; dated Dec. 24, 1909.
J. D. Wollett to J. A. Chestnut, war
ranty deed to lot 19 in block 37 of
Westmont Heights addition; considera
tion $10. Dated Feb". S, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to J. A. Quino, war
ranty deed to lots 17 and IS in block
37 of Westmont Heights addition; con
sideration $20; dated Feb. S, 1910.
Mesilla Valley Realty company to
Chas. E. Michael, warranty deed to
lots 74, 75, 76, and 77 in the Alameda
Place addition to Las Cruces; consid
eration $475. Dated April 27, 1908.
Charles E. Michael et ux to G. D.
Martin, warranty deed to lots 74, 75, 76
and 77 in the Alameda Place addition
to Las Cruces; consideration $550.
Dated Jan. 3, 1910.
Candalarlo Arias to W.-W. Cox, war
ranty deed to a parcel of land in pre
cinct of Las Cruces, having on its fojr
sides, 121, 3 65, 136 and 232 yards re
spectively; consideration $50; dated
Nov. 30, 1909.
Sunshine Valley company to W. T.
Wagoner, warranty deed to lots 1, 2, 3,
4, and 5 in block 21 of Mesa Heights
addtion; consideration $125. Dated
Jan. 31, 1910.
Candelario Cardon et ux 'to Eulalio
Cardon, warranty deed to a parcel of
dand in the town of Dona Ana, area 94
yards and two feet by 74 yards and
two feet and four inches; consideration
$100. Dated Jan. 28, 1910.
Jacobo Griego et ux to Isidoro Ar
miJQj warranty deed to a tract of land
situated in the town of La Union, area
100 by 120 yards, consideration $1.00;
j dated Jan. 14, 1910.
J. T. Miller to Mrs. Vera E. Shelton,
warranty deed to dots 1, 2, 3, and 4 in
block 3 of Miller's Esparanza addition;
consideration $1.00 and other valuable
consideration; dated Aug. 2, 1909.
L. H. Vanderwerf to C. W. Edwards,
warranty .deed to lots 47 and 48 in
block 20 of Miller's Washington Park
addition; consideration $1.00 and other
valuables; dated Jan. 31, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Mrs. Jesse
Grant, warranty deed to lots 26 and 27
in block 20 of Miller's Washington
Park addition; consideration $1.00 and
other valuables; dated Jan. 31, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to S. R. Loud, war
ranty deed to lots 1 and 2 in block
5 of Miller's "Washington Park addi
tion; consideration $1.00 and other
valuables; dated Jan. 31, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to J. M. Morton,
warranty deed to lots 25 in block 20 of
Miller's Washington Park addition;
consideration $1.00 and other valuables,
dated Jan. 31, 1910.
J. H. Crockett to Avery M. Kezer,
chatel mortgage; dated Feb. 5, 1910.
Sunshine Valley company to A. J.
Williams, warranty deed to lots 21, 22,
23, and 24 in block 27. Mesa Heights
addition; consideration $130; dated Nov.
J. T. Miller to Milton J. Dickason,
warranty deed to lots 7 in block 21 of
Miller's addition; consideration $1 and
other valuables; dated March 10. 1909.
L. H. Vanderwerf to M. F. O'Donnell,
warranty deed to lots 20 and 21 in
j block 42 of Miller's Washington Park
addition; consideration $1.00 and other
valuables; dated Jan. 28. 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Thomas Payne,
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warranty deed to lot 19 in block 42 of
Miller's Washington Park addition;
consideration $.100 and other valu
ables; dated Jan. 2S, 1910.
L. Hv Vanderwerf to Albert de Loren
zl, warranty deed to lots 42, 43, 4'4, 45,
46, 47 and 38 in block 48 of Miller's
Washington Park addition; considera
tion $1.00. and other valuables; dated
Feb. 7, 1910.
J. T. Miller to Margaret White, war
ranty deed to lot 47 In block 21 of
Miller's addition; consideration $1 and
other valuables; dated April 5, 1909.
J. D. Wollett to L. B. Ivory, war
ranty deed to lots 26 and 27 in block
108 of Westmont Heights addition;
consideration $25; dated Feb. 9, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to E. P. Herivel, war
ranty deed to lots 1, 2. 3, 4, and 5 in
block 124 of Westmont Heights addi
tion; consideration $62.50; dated Feb.
J. D. Wollett to P. A. Herivel, war
ranty deed to lots 1, 2 ,3, 4, 5 in block
110 of Westmont Heights addition;
consideration $62.50; dated Feb. 9, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Geo. Williams, war
ranty deed to lots 29, 30. 31 and 32,
In block 86 of Washington Park addi
tion; consideration '$50; dated Feb. 9,
MIguela Jaramillo and Francisco
Jose Fernandez- -
" Bernardilla Dilfin.
A. F. Katzensteio, retail merchant,
A. F. Katzenstein, restaurant keep
er, Las Cruces.
Mrs. C. P. Boone, hotel keeper, Las
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
IN NEED OF FUNDS
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 10. The
board of directors of the Mesilla Valley
chamber of commerce held a very In
teresting meeting and a committee
composed of R. L. Young, R. E. He
Bride, Nicholas Galles and H. D. Bow
man was appointed to outline a more
feasible means of financing the cham
ber. LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 10. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotel
Don Barnardo: L. C. Leonard, Chicago;
John Bingham and wife, Kansas City;
Wm. Mann, Kansas City; A. Corenson,
Los Angeles; A. H. Clinghcr, New
York; Kenneth D. Oliver, El Paso.
Park hotel arrivals E. A. Powers,
El Paso; J. T. Heffron, El Paso; H. J.
Litten, Breckenridge, Colo.
AT SODA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE
Original ad Genuine
RICH MILK, KALT SSAIN EXTRACT, IN PGWDEH
Net fa any Milk Trust
Insist on "HOKLICK'S"
lake a package home
HELD TO GRAND JURY.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Feb. 10. In judge
Valdez's court, Santiago Telles, who
was charged with stealing two mules
from G. W. Sawyer of Hatch, valued at
$125, each, was bound over to the
grand jury and In default of procuring
a $700 bond he was remanded to jail.
Rafael Apodaca, charged with house
breaking, failing to furnish a bond of
$500, was also sent to jail.
LAS CRUCES MAN DIES.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Feb. 10. A. W.
McCash died at his home on Amador
street Wednesday. Mr. McCash has been
in the west for several months, being
a- sufferer from tuberculosis, and came
to Las Cruces about four montns agu
and bought the bowling alleys ana puui
tables in the new armory. The remains
(will be shipped to Cincinnati, his former
BUYS MOKE LAND. -
Las Cruces, X. M., Feb. 10. B. T.
Link who recently came to Las Cruces
from Silver City and bought two tracts
of land north of town, has added to his
purchase by buying the 10 acre home
tract formerly belonging to W. C. Mar
tin from Robert E. Lee. and will make
his home on the latter place.
pN RETIRED LIST
Will Kemain in El Paso; Is
Building Home Here.
Fort Bliss Notes.
Post ordnance sergeant Albert Biefer.
recentlv reneveo. uum uu.iv cu .!..,
Bliss, has been placed upon the retireo-5lmilan He added that 'the music of any
list after more than 30 years' service.
Sergeant Biefer will remain in El Paso,
Inventor claims this machine will main
tain its equilibrium under any and all
circumstances. It is a multiplane, with
two main planes, upper and lower, and
between these planes, one on either sidef
are located two smaller planes, which
maintain equilibrium. They are at
tached by levers to an upright movable
rod suspended from the top plane, and
carrying the weight of a platform which
moves laterally. Lieut. Macmanus is a
native of Corpus Chrlsti, Texas.
Globe Floury best by test,
and the payroll in El Paso.
DR. BECKMAN JOLTS
THE DEVIL A BIT
Declares He Is a Monumen
tal Liar Education Does
Not Oust Him.
"Some tell us that education is the
great moral regenerator and claim if
men were well educated sin would die
out of the world; that argument is dis
proved by the fact that some of the
greatest rascals were the .most highly
educated," declared Rev. C. O. Beckman
at the First M. E. church last night.
"Others say freedom comes from the
miere exercise of the will. But sin is a
foreign enemy and a man can no more
put it out by the exercise of the will
than than an old rheumatic man can
straighten his limb. Unite your wills to
Christ's almighty will and you become
free, and free indeed. '
"Many people, will not embrace the
christian religion," continued Rev. Mr.
Beckman. "because 'it takes away their
liberty. This idea is of the devil. He
was a -liar from the beginning; He says
to man. 'You are quite a man; you can
drink or you can let it alone; you are
master of yourself. When you want to
dp a thing you can; when you care to
refrain you can.'
"Alas, how many have- found how
false a statement this is. When sin of
any sort gets into the human heart it
po masters it that the man Is no longer
his own master. There are few persons
who have not discovered that there are
times when the evil they would not do,
they do and the good they would accom
plish they are unable to do. No man Is
free until he is at liberty and has the
power to do right. Jesus alone can make
a. man able to do the good he -would do
and to refrain from the evil he would
Mr. Beckman spoke on "Freedom."
His text was John S: 36. "If the Son
therefore shall make you free, ye shall
be free indeed."
-There were four conversions.
The revival continues this veek,
preaching every evening.
MARIE CAHILL WINS
IN FIGHT OVER SONG
Court Holds That Another Coon Song
Is a Steal From the One She Is Sing
ing:, and Issues Injunction.
New York, N. Y., Feb. 10. Charles K.
Harris cannot have his "Woodpeeker"
song, given in "A Prince of Tonight."
as It has- been judicially determined to
be the same that Marie Cahill sings as
the "Arab Love Song," in "The Boys and
Judge Leonard Hand decided that tha
"Woodpecker" .song was an iuvasion
of the copyright held by Silvio Hein-
ich as the music of the two songs was
and is now building a home near the j u6mand them."
Country club. Mrs. Bieter is posimasier
at Fort Bliss and will remain in charge
of that office. Sergeant Biefer is a 32d
degree Mason and a.Shrlner. holding
membership In El Paso in both organi
zations. He saw service in the infan
try Uranch of the. army in Cuba and
later served also in the Philippines.
two rag-time songs Is simHar, and de
grading at that, but the public seems to
Lieut. August Dennemiller, formerly
stationed at Fort Bliss, has been placed
on the retired list.
Capt. Joseph D. Leitch, 25th Inf.. Is
detailed a member of the general staff
corps, vice Capt. Ralph H. Van Deman.
Gen. Staff, who is" relieved from detail
as a member of that coijs. Capt. Leitch
will srepair to Washington. D. C and
report to the chief of staff for duty.
Capt. Leitch was formerly stationed at
Fort Bliss with his command.
First Lieut. Julian L. Dodge, 19th
Inf.. was detailed as an adjutant quar
termaster for duty on the army -transport
Crook which took the 19th Infantry
to the Philippines. Upon the arrival
at Manila he will join his regiment.
Second Lieut. Roderick Dew. 23d Inf.,
is transferred at his own request to the'
19th Inf. He will remain on duty in
the Philippines at his present station
until the arrival of the 19h Inf. at its
station in the Philippine division, when
he will join hat regiment.
Capt. William H. Waldron. 23 In.f. in
addition to his other duties, has as
sumed charge of construction work at
Fort Bliss, relieving Capt. Samuel Burk
hardt, jr., 19th Inf., of that duty.
The following transfers at the request
of the officers concerned are ordered
Capt. Charles H. Martin from the 1st
Inf. to the 23 Inf.; Capt. Gr'osvenor L.
Townsend from the 23d Inf. to the 1st
Inf. Each of the officers named will be
assigned to a company by his regimen
tal commander. Capt. Martin will re
main on duty at his present station un
til further orders. Capt. Martin Is now
stationed at Vancouver Barracks Wash
and will join the 23d when it 'arrives
at Fort Bliss.
First Lieut. Ralph, W. Kingman, 16th
infantry, summary court officer,' Fort
Logan H. Roots, Arkansas, has been or
dered from that point to Monroe, Louis
iana, for the purpose of obtaining cer
tain evidence necessary to complete the
trial of private Bert S. Canfield Com
pany A, 19th Inf., late of Fort Bliss, bv
general courtraartial, and upon com
pletion of this duty will return to his
proper station. '
Lieut. A.F. W. Macmanus, U. S. A.,
retired, whou-esides at San Antonio!
Texas, has Invented an airship which!
it is planned, shall be used only by the
war department, and all patents pre
served only for the government. The
Then he granted the prayer for an
GLOBE ELKS DANCE.
Globe, Ariz., Feb. 10. '"Dreamland"
was the scene ,-f the nio-t nrilliant so
cial gathering in this city. TU occasion
was a 'grand ball given by Ihe local
lodge of ihe Ell ?.
Jeu.t " to Deiuosstrate the Merits' et
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Palace Cafe, H. B. Thompson,
El Paso Herald Offices,
A. H. Richards, Jeweler.
International Book. Co.
Wm. Moeller, Real Estate.
Lobby Cigar Stand.
H. Ij. Howell, ReaL Estate,
agent Herald BIdg.
Y. W. C. A. Lunch and Rest
John Brunner. Tailor.
J.-F. Milner, C E. E. M repre
senting the White Sands Co.
Mrs. W. T. Kitchens. Art Studio
Miss Pauline Hllper Dress
R. L. Nichols. Attorney at Law.
Colorado Life Assurance Co.,
E. McMillan, Gen. Agent.
Southwestern Portland Cement
The Public Stenographers Co..
Mrs. JesIe E. M. Howe and Miss
Ruth Wlll'ams Proprietors.
The Wm. Jemnlnga C., Engi
neers and Machinery merchants.
First Church of Christ Scien
tist. Reading Roomsl
Mrs. A. P. Thompson. Mrs. Wia.
Noble, China Decorations.
Drs! Satterlee & Satterlee, Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora. Satterlee and
Dr. .Nettie Satterlee.
Carter & Robertson, Mill, Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
The Standard Home Company,
E. L. Joseph, District Manager.
Mrs. J. B. Cass and Miss Garra.
a no Ludlow-Saylor Wire Co.
J. E. Robertson, Mngr.
Royal Jackman, Upper VaUey
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are a mixture of oyer a 5osen vaxietiej
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practical poultry raisers. Cooe m
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