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HESAIiO ON SALE EC IAS
C5UJCES, JT. M.
Fnufc A. Eirrrley, Ageaf, opposite
Dally Herald 01 sale T7 ! Cracee
Draff Ct Camozie'i Jie?va Stax4,
The earliness of Easter this year le.ads lis to forcibly remind you that
your Easter needs should be supplied at once and here. The coming week
we make an advance display of garments and accessories especially suit
able for Easter. This will be by far the most complete showing of ready-to-wear
garments and dress accessories to be seen in El Paso. It is impossible
to describe in detajl what comprises the showing but we believe the follow
ing brief outline will give you a fair idea.
In tailored Suits the white serges and white striped effects will find
favor, and these will be shown next week in an unusually large range of
styles. Suits of panamas, wide wales and Erench serges will be found iu
the advance Easter display in black and all the spring colors in plain and
shadow stripes; all the new coat lengths, satin lined, some with inlaid
fancy satin collar. In addition to wool suits, a particularly attractive dis
play will be made next week of linen coat suits.
In Silk Dresses the showing comprises pongee, taffeta and rajah as well as
chiffon dresses. These are seen in the new one-piece styles as well as the cele
brated two-piece Sussian Romanoff -style, which is proving one of the most accept
able of the season.
Lingerie and Linen Dresses bear a most important part in the Easter 'dis
play, Stjdes were never so beautiful, and our showing was never so complete.
Oostumes and Goats, especially adapted for evening and dress occasions, are
not to be overlooked. In addition to the silks and light weight woolens, special
attention is called to a line of hand embroidered white -linen two-piece dresses,
which are by far the handsomest garments ever shown locally.
Separate skirts, for both dress and street wear, will be especially displayed
next week. White serge skirts, for wear with dainty lingerie waists, are also
The Waist Section! Mere words fail to convey an idea of what this section
contains this season. In fact, the waist display alone is well worth a visit here.
Dress accessories. The displays of iSTeckwear, Gloves, Hose, Veils and Veil
ing, Belts, Bags and Jewelry are in keeping with the garment displays.
$25.00 Silk Dresses
Our-success the past week in demonstrating to ciis
toniers that here they can secure stylish tailored suits
of quality at a nominal price has induced us to make
a similar offer on Silk Dresses. Jonday we place on
sale 100 silk dresses in the season's best styles. They
comprise one-piece silk dresses made of plain and
Shepherd cheeked taffeta, ' also changeable shades
They are braided and tucked, self strapped and orna
mented with buttons; some have lace yoke and deep
lace cuffs. In addition, numerous twoLpiece styles
are shown in pongee and rajah including the Rus
sian Eomanoff long-coated and brass-button-trimmed
style. Values are up to 25.00; Easter Introductory;
El Paso's Only Exclusive
TO BE SPEAKERS
Will Efll El Paso Pulpits for
the Laymen's Mission
You fcave as choice speakers as any
.convention ever had," declared Hev. D
Gay Iilley, in charge of the Laymen's
Missionary movement in this city.
Beyond aU expectations is the repre-
Chamberlain's Ccugh Kemedy is a
trery valuable medicine for throat and
lung troubles, quickly relieves and cures
painful breathing: and a dangerously
sounding: cough which indicates con
gested lungs. 5old by all druggists.
OLDEST A&D STRONGEST'
IH QGHA AHA COUNTY
1 Las Cruces
First National Bank
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
TRANSACTS A GENERAX BANKING BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUE PATRONAGE
OSCAR C. SNOW, Pret. CAPT. S. J. W00DHULL, V. Pree. and Cash,
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.
Ready -to-Wear Store
sentation of missionaries congregated in
this city for the opening of the conven
tion with the banquet at the St. Regis
tonight. More practical men from the
field of missionary action have ccane
Speakers will he exchanged at the two
mass meetings at 7:30 oclock Sunday
night. This will afford those attending
both the Pirst Baptist and the church of
St. Clement's a chance to hear the same
Following is the list of churches and
the -men who will speak in each at the
morning services tomorrow:
Pirst Baptists-Rev. xu P. Williams.
Calvary Baptist Rev. H. G. Romig.
Highland Park Baptist George ire
Dill. First Christian Rev. J. P. McNaugh
ton. Church of St. Clement's, Episcopal
Rev. W. R. Hotchkiss.
First Methodist Episcopal Dr. O. F
RSid. Trinity Metihodist Episcopal C. H.
Highland Park Methodist Episcopal
N. G. Coxhead.
Slfst fesyterian Dr. D. Clay Lillv.
lhe First Congregational and the
U estminster Preshyterian congrega
tions will join in meetings at two other
BRYAN NOT A CANDIDATE
Somebody Han Got a Cable Crossed
"Ith a Joke Down Sonth American
Way, Xo tyjrj-at.
New York, X. y., Feb. 26. A cable
dispatch from Valparaiso, Chile, says
i "J1? J' Bryan has declared to friends
tbac he is not a candidate for the nom
ination of the presidency of the United
Mates Mr. Bryam, stated, according to
the dispatch that he "neither desired
nor intended to be again a candidate for
THE WAGE EARNER
Whose only source of income depends
on his ability to Jabor, stands in great
need of protection against disability
from sickness or accident. The best
policies are issued by the Continental
Casualty Company, Chicago.
. E. GIHett, DUfrlct Manager,
207 St. Louis Street.
El Paso Bottle
1505 SAN ANTONIO ST.
BOTTLES, BARRELS, SCRAP
IRON, RUBBERS, METALS, Etc.
Phone Auto 1682
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IsTew Law Granting Leaves
of Absence Received at
Las Graces Office.
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 26. The
United States land office at Las Cruces
was today officially advised by the
general land office at Washington of
the law passed by congress Jan. 28,
1910, which affects in an important way
all homesteaders in New Mexico,
This law, which is applicable only in
the states of North Dakota, South Da
kota, Idaho, Minesota, Montana, Ne
braska, Colorado, Wyoming and New
(a) All homestead entrymen or set
tlers are granted a leave of absence
for three months beglning Jan. 28, 1910.
(b) All homestead entrymen who
made application to enter after June
1, 1909, are allowed until May 15, 1910,
to establish residence on their claims.
Cc) All declarents who made sol
dier's declaratory statements after June
1, 1909, are given until May 15, 1910,
in which to make homestead applica
tion and establish residence on the land.
(d) It is especially provided that the
law will not be held to defeat the ad
verse claim of anyone making entry
over a soldier's declaartory statement
who prior to Jan. 28, 1910, had estab
lished a bona fide residence on the land
(e) It J also especially provided in
this law that the period of commutation
or of actual residence under the home
stead law, shall not be shortened. Ea
trynien who have taken advantage of
this extension cannot submit commu
tation proof until they have maintain
ed substantially (continuous residence
for 14 months from the date residence
was established; and to make five year
proof on a homestead entry, entrymen
cannot claim credit tor constructive res
idence for more than tne usual six
months prior to the date actual resi
dence was established. This means that
any entrymen -who take advantage of
the three months leave of absence
granted under this law, cannot claim
credit for residence during the time
ithey are absent under such leave, the
period of their absence being elimina
ted from consideration in cases of both
final and "commutation proof.
While the instructions received by the
local land office In regard to this law
do not contain a complete interpretation
of the law, the register and receiver
are of the opinion and will hold that no
contest affidavits against a homestead
entryman where the charge is abandon
ment can be brought or filed during
the period beginning Jan. 28, 1910, and
ending Oct. 28, 1910, which ycovers nine
months. As a contest cannot be
brought against a homestead entryman
who is absent from his claim under a
leave of absence, or until six months
after the expiration of the leave of ab
sence, this will make It Oct. 28, 1910,
before anj' new contests against home
stead entrymen can be brought in the
territory of New Mexico on a charge
of abandonment. m j
No Longer Necessary to
Send Patients to he East.
A Big Boon for the Entire
As the geographical center of the
southwest, El Paso is an ideal location
for a hospital for the care of cases
requiring special attention. The same
arguments which have been advanced
in favor of educational institutions in
El Paso applies with even greater logic
to the hospital situation in the south
west. Greater because it is often urg
ently necessary for a patient to receive
special treatment at onde treatment
which cannot be postponed until the pa
tient is sent to Chicago or the east.
Physicians interested in the special
fields of medicine, realizing the" need
for a hospital in El Paso for the treat
ment of special diseases of the eye, ear,
nose, and throat, have supplied this
need by erecting and equipping just
such a hospital on the corner of Stan
ton and Wyoming streets. This insti
tution, the only one of its kind in the
entire southwest, has been filled since
It was thrown open to the public which
Is the best proof that there is an urg
ent need for a special hospital.
Meets a Need.
Neither Kansas City nor Los Angeles
have such a hospital. There are none
in Texas, Mexico has none and in the
past it has been necessary for patients
requiring special hospital advantages
to make long, fatiguing journeys to the
east to obtain relief. This hospital
is fitted with every appliance needed
by eye and ear specialists in treating
diseases or Injuries .of the peculiar
kind for which the hospital was es
tablished. It is sanitary throughout,
the building is as completely equipped
as any to be found in Chicago or New
AI Appliances on Hand.
Electrical machines for the treatment
of cases requiring the application of
electricity, X-ray machines, magnets for
the removal of particles of steel from
the eye, high candlepower electric
damps for the application locally of
light and heat in alleviating painf a
modern operating and complete labor
atory are a few of the accessories in
cluded in the eye and ear hospital From
the home like reception halUto the pri
vate, rooms and general ward of the
hospital is as complete as sanitary con
structibn can make it.
Not Necessary to Go Away.
It is no longer necessary for persons
requiring special treatment to pass
through El Paso and go to the east for
this treatment. This Institution was
located in El Paso, not for the con
venience of El Paso alone, but for the
accommodation of cases from all parts
of the southwest including the repub-
LAS CRTTCES HAS
NO CITY MARSHAL
Besignation Is Given to tne
Town Board and Is
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 26. The town
board of Las Cruces has accepted the
resignation of marshal Ramon T. Ne
vares The marshal's place has not as
yet been filled, but several applications
are being considered.
The report of the committee of 20 citi
zens which had been appointed during
the closing months of last year to re
port on the water and light systems for
the city was presented to the board and
the committee discharged.
The board decided to buy the of
fice furniture and fixtures of former
clerk Fry for its future use.
LAS CIITJCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M., Ieb. 26. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed with the recorder
of Dona Ana county:
J. T. Miller to G. R- Tumbleson, war
ranty deed to lot 24, in block 5 of Mil
ler's Washington Park addition; con
sideration $1 and other valuables. Dat
ed November 20, 1909.
G. T. Tumbleson to Paul Netali, war
ranty deed to lots 24, in block 5 of Mil
ler's Washington Park addition; con
sideration $35. Dated February 2, 1910.
J. T. Miller to Ralph Y. DIetz, war
ranty deed to lots 30, 32, 34 and 36,
in block 75 of Miller's Washington Park
addition? consideration $1 and other
valuables. Dated July 29, 1909.
Hugh Clary et ux. to W. C. Filed,quit
claim deed to a parcel of land situated
about one and a half miles, northwest of
the town of Las Cruces, containing 3.91
acres; consideration $1. Dated February
Mary Sullivan to E. W. Neville, war
ranty deed to a tract of land, situated
about two miles southeast of the town
of Chamberino, containing 17.3 acres;
consideration $850. Dated February 15,
Refugio colony grant to Mary Sulli
can, title deed to a tract of land, situ
ated about one and a half -miles south
east of the town of Chamberino, con
taining 17.99 acres; consideration $1.
Dated February 17, 1910.
Mesilla Valley Land and Investment
company sx G. H. Winn, warranty deed
to lots S and 9, in block 2 of Grand
View subdivision; consideration $120.
Dated February 14, 1910.
J. T. Miller to C. T. Folks, warranty
deed to lots 26, 27, 28, 29, In block 82
of Miller's Washington Park addition;
consideration $1 and other valuables.
Dated November 3, 1909.
J. T. Miller to C. H. Young, warranty
deed to lots 49 and 50, in block 29 of
Miller's Washington Park addition; con
sideration $1 and other valuables. Dated
November 26, 1909.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Clarence T. John
son, warranrj' deed to lots 22 and 23,
in block 22 of Miller's Washington Park
addition; consideration $1 and other
valuables. Dated February 16, 1910.
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 26. A. R.
Helnman, of the Mesilla Valley Produce
exchange, went down to El Paso this
forenoon on business for the exchange
Mrs. Mark B. Thompson is In El Paso
M. Blumenkranz went down to the
city this forenoon.
A. S. Barnett. proprietor of 'the Don
Barnardo, is in El Paso today.
Dr. A. H. Vaughan wet down to El
Paso this forenoon.
ilc of Mexico which has no similar in
stitution. Givea Hearfy Support.
In order to have such a hospiti es
tablished in this section, the majority
of (the railroads; mining companies,
smelters, foundries and other similar in
stitutions pledeed their sunoort to the
Institution, and their influence In mak- j
mg it a success. The response which,
the hospital has met with has shown
the need for such an Institution. To
have it located heie means one more
unit In the greatness of El Paso, for
It brings the people of the southwest
in closer touch with this city by sup
plying one of their most necessary
The friends of Capt. Henry Warren,
former Texas ranger, and known
throughout Texas as a peace officer
of the ranger days, are pleased to learn
that he has completely recovered his
sight In both eyes which he lost from
cataracts. Since the operation for the
removal of the cataracts, Capt. Warren
has been at the Carpenter eye and ear
GRAYSON ARE FIGHTING
Sherman, Tex., Feb. 26. The anti
prohibltionists of Grayson county today
presented a petition to the commis
sioner's court requesting an election Jto
determine whether the county should
permit the sale of Intoxicating liquors.
The date set for the election is March
T. fc P. TRAIN WRECKED ,
AND PASSENGERS SHAKEN
Weatherford, Tex., Feb. 26. The
Texas& Pacific tracks are clear today
following the wreck of a passenger
train near Anneta last night, when six
coaches were derailed. The passengers
were brought to this city In automobiles
after midnight. They were badly shak
en but none seriously injured.
Sulpnur-The Best- Skin Remedy
TJrere is no drug or medicine that
has been used for skin diseases as Ions
as Sulphur. The trouble has been that
sulphur in crude or powder form can
not be readily applied to the germ that
causes Eczema, Tetter. Acne. Hives,
Barber's Itch and the many other skin
diseases. Littell's Liquid Sulphur
Compound overcomes this difficulty,
being liquid, and if applied with soft
brush reaches the seat of the trouble
at once killing the germs and giving
instamt relief to intense itching caused
by skin disorders. A few applications
according to directions .will cure any
skin disease, no matter of what char
acter. Send 10c for sample bottle.
Rhuma-Sulphur Co., St. Louis, Mo. 5
H DEAD"' IN HIS ' ' Here
Marcus Bergerot Dies Near
Organ, Where He Had
Las Cruces, N. 5L Feb. 26. Marcus
Bergerot, a. respected old man, who
has for several years been located in
the Organ mountains, was found dead
in hi3 bed Friday by a young man from
Las Cruces, Willie Humbert, who has
for the past year had a mountain camp
near the mines, where Bergerot made
Mr. Bergerot had been in Las Cruces
Thursday, and seemed apparently as
well as usual; young Humbert had
visited with him In his cabn at "the
Modoc mines Thursday evening, and.
says ihat he seemed to be in his usual
frame of mind, and they talked on many
subjects, the old man talking consider
ably about the recent fight between Bat
Nelson and Wolgast,
On Friday, when Humbert failed to
notice the old man moving about his
home, he went over and when he could
not arouse him, broke open the door,
finding the old man dead.
Humbert went to Dripping Springs
and brought Dr. Nathan Boyd and A.
L. Lawshe to the dead mman, the for-
1 mer, after making an examination, say
ftlng that he had died while asleep.
Humbert came Immediately to Las
Unices ana reported the matter to the
sheriff, Tvho summoned a coroners jury
and went !to the mines. '
Mr. Bergerot was apparently past his
70th birthday. He has a wife in Cali
fornia, but her address has not been
PILES CURED IX" G TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days
or money refunded. 50c,
WE QUOTE THE LOW
EST PIANO PEICES
A Statement Easily Proven'
It is not a difficult matter to find out
JTJST WHICH HOUSE quotes the
LOWEST PRICES on Pianos.
Spend a few hours in the varknts stores
of the citv, paving strict attention to
PRICES and QUALITY.
Then come here, go through our stock
We are the largest "buyers and sellers
of Pianos in the Southwest that's why
we can undersell all competition.
We move in our new store, cor. Stan
ton and Texas, March ls We offer
15 percent extra discount on all Pianos
sold this week, with an extra 5 percent
discount for all cash sales.
JENKEtfS PIA&O CO.
THE BIG PIANO HOUSE.
611 San Antonio St. Phone 2958, Ring 1.
jMpr There are v
fm v Diamonds, and Ifc
jm There are yk
II Hixson Diamonds 1
O People of Discrimination m
Buy the Latter Kind jjj
W. T9 Hixson Co. U
k "The Gift House of the Southwest" MW
pring Hats Fori
Is Your Time
On Sale At
COME- Take a Look
Something You Want
ADS BY PHOXE.
Call Bell 115. Auto 1115, tell what
you wish to buy, sell or rent and The
Herald will do the rest.