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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, February 28, 1910.
I Home Made CAKES I LAS CRUCES 'AND
FRESH EVERY DAY
These cakes are strictly home made and placed in
our store fresh every day.
Whie !Nut Layer Cake
Chocolate Fig Layer Cake
Caramel Layer Cake
White Fig Layer Cake
Chocolate Layer Cake
Price, per whole cake $1.00
Price, per half cake 50
HOME MADE BREAD,
v ANCHOVIES IN KE&S.
Just received fresh shipment of extra fine Ancho
vies in small wooden kegs. Per keg, 35c.
Direct from the Connell Ranch every day. The
best and freshest eggs you can possibly get.
Only 40c Per Dozen.
FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT.
Extra fancy, sweet and .juicy. Each 10c.
These are new crop, extra
pound 12 l-2c.
MAY REPORT THE
ON NEXT FRIDAY
Washington ,D. C, Feb. 28. Senator
Beverldge v.rent to Indiana Friday, and
-will be back Thursday. He is expected
to report the statehood bill Friday.
Delegate Cameron presented to the
senate committee on territories various
amendments to the statehood bill.
Delegate Andrevrs introduced bills to
approve bills of the New Mexico legis
lature authorizing the sale of section
16, township 17 south range 26, east of
Artesia, for school purposes; also that
Tucumcari be given section 1C, town
ship 11, north range 30, east, for ceme
tery and park purposes; to Hoswell,
section 16, township 11, south range 24,
east, for cemetery and park purposes;
alo a school section to Gallup for
school purposes; also to Melrose, sec
tion 36. township 3, north range 31,
east, for cemetery and park purposes.
Congressman Smith presented a peti
25 Gents a Pound
15 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
205 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
FIRESTGKE &UTGM0B1LE TIRES
JO. D. FREEMAN
312 Mesa Ave.
EL PASO CYCLE WORKS
$2.00 to $3.50
$1.50 and $2.00
$1.25 to $2.00
.SEE OUR WIN
Cor. Mesa and
I Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. , Auto 1151.
o j9 JF
E. & W.
Large Loaf 15c
tion of the citizens of Howard county
for a parcels post law; also a petition
from Howard county agaiiist gambling
in farm products; also a petition from
Shackelford against sectarian legisla
tion; also a petition of citizens of Texas
for an eight hour law.
Globe Flour, best ny test,
and the payroll In "El Faso.
NEGROES ADDRESS PETITION
TO WILLIAM JENNINGS TAFT
Mayor Is Asked to Sign, But Declines
to Pnt Name to Petition. Asking
Office Holders for Money.
Mayor Sweeney, who is called Aipon
every day to sign various documents,
suffered from writer's cramp Saturday
when a petition -was presented him ad
dressed to "William Jennings Taft.
president of the United States. It had.
been prepared by the pastor and his
flock of the Shiloh Baptist church of
this city and the negrroes had evidently
got names mixed a b!t- It "was also ad
dressed to the governors of the south
ern states asking for cash contributions
wherewith to erect a negro Baptist
church in this city.
The mayor declined to sign the paper
on the ground that the ofricials -who
were asked for money were not in a po
sition to comply with the request, as
he, having experience since mayor,
knew that their incomes did not in
anywise meet their expenditures.
TEXAS FARMERS 1HAY KIXTj
Former President Xcill Declares Seces
sion From Xational Body TVI11 Pre
vent Passage of Anti-gamblincr Bill.
"Washington, B. C, Feb. 28. T. J.
Neill, former president of the Texas
Farmers union, here fighting for a law
knocking out cotton exchanges, today
wired Taylor McRae, of Ft. Worth, as
"If the Texas farmers' union secede3
from the national union it will destroy
all hope of legislative reform. In God's
name stop and think before the fatal
step is taken. Stop the secession."
The plan to withdraw from the na
tional association is now being voted
on by the local unions throughout the
state, and Neill believes no national
legislation can be secured for the farm
ers if the proposition wins.
During the month of January and
before the county oollectjo'r started
handing out the 10 percent lemons to
J delinquents $226,600 was paid Into his
office by El Paso county taxpayer;,
and still the money is being paid.
MAYOR SWEEXEY ILIi.
ilayor Svreeney went to his office in
the city hall this morning but after
remaining a few minutes and going
through the mail he was compeled to
return home on account of illness.
The drug caffeine in cof
fee Causes indigestion,
Belching and etc. in many
Who would be relieved
If they could be induced
To stop coffee.
It is easy to do so if
Is used as the table bev
erage. It is made of wheat and
Contains the c -vital phos
In this ""King of Cereals"
Which 1-Tature uses for
Rebuilding brain and nerves.
Postum builds up what
Coffee and tea tear down.
Try a change to Postum
There's a Beason"
POSTUM CEREAL COMPANY, Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
AT LAS CRUCES
MethodlSt Church Chorr tO
- n i rn o
GrlVe COnceit (Jnce a
Ls Cruces. X. M., Feb. 28. The choir
of the Methodist church has arranged to
give a sa jfd concert the last Sunday
evening of each month, wiidi will be led j
b-r Mrs. L- A. Broaddns leading soprano,
with Mrs. W. J. Stevens, pianist.
The follow j nr nrorram was renaerea i
i , . " -r- "- : ,-u
-Sunday evening. 10 voices singiii'-j " u"e
Prelude, "Evening Star" Wagner.
Scripture reading and prayer the pas
tor. Hymn, "The Church" Wesley.
Solo, ''The Peace of God" Gounod.
Quartet, "Xo Shadows Yonder" From
Gaul's "Holy City."
Offertory Warum Schumann.
Hymn, "The Christian Life" Arthur
Duet, '-Hark. Hark. My Soul"-helly.
Anthem, "0 Come Every One That
Solo, "Abide With Me" Liddle.-
Anthem, "How Beautiful Ltyon the
Hymn, ''Ancient of Days" J. Albert
"Jesus. Savior, Pilot Me," was ren
dered bv sp'ecial request.
At the Presbyterian.
The Christian Endeavor had charge of
the services at the Presbyterian church
Sunday evening. Special and patriotic
music was rendered. A number ofbusi
ness men spoke on the subject of Christ an
citizenship. Among tne speakers were
Messrs. Kelso, Biss, Hughes, Brownlee
Sunday morning Prof. Hadley had
charge of t'he anorning services, and de
livered an able sermon. The pastor. He v.
I Mr. Vaughn, was absent, having gone
to El Paso to attend the laymen s meec-
NEW TEACHER APPOINTED
FOR ANTHONY SCHOOLS.
Anthony Lyceum Gives Patriotic Enter-
ta;nmtnt Personal Mention of
Anthony, X. M., Feb. 28. iliss Mary
Hasketl, "of Santa Fe, has been appoint
ed teacLer of the Anthony school, in
place of James Edwards, resigned. The
school, which numbers about 45 regular
pupils, will continue for three months
The Anthony Ljxeum gave an enter
tainment recent! The following pro
grain was rendered:
Song, "My Country. 'Tis of Thee."
Address, "Washington" Mr. Hal
brooks. Heading about Washington by Leo
Song bv the 3-oung ptople. "The Star
Address ''Lincoln" Mr. Heffelman.
Reading. "Sketch of the Life of Liu- j
coin" Mr. Beecher. I
Presentation of a flag to the school
j by Mr. Beeeher.
.; Music "Impassioned Dream Waltz' ,
"Alabama Cake Walk. ' rlcfwer bong.
I Mandolins, Messrs. Priest and Beeeher;
! mifnf Aft "PIxM-no-miTi '
Poem by; Miss Pearl Cze.
S6nr. "Mount Vernon Bells." by 3'oung
Mrs. Hix. of Rincon, is conducting a
kindergarten here? and has a number of
the little folks attending.
Rev -J. L. Burns, of La Mesa, conduct
ed the church service, Sunday.
FREUDENTHAL TO TAKE
BACK DON BARNARDO HOTEL.
Las Cruces. X. M., Feb. 28. A. S- Bai
rett, who 'has been managing the Hotel
Don Barnardo for nearly a year, under
lease, at the close of today's business
will sever his connection, and Mr. Freu
dent'hal, the proprietor, -ft ill assume ac
tive charge again.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M.. Feb. 28. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
bave been filed with the recorder of Dona
Annie B. Castanada to -Albert E. Lau
son, warranty deed to a tract of land
area, on the west side it Ins 700 varus,
on thf north 200 yards, on tbeouth 250
i yards, and on the east 450 yards; con
sideration ?100U. uatea 'eo. Z6. iyiu.
C. TV; Moore et ux. to Jay F. Knox,
warranty deed to lotsS and 9, in block
4, and -lots 8 and 9, in block 3, of Central
Park tract; consideration $60. Dated
Telisforo Chavez et ux. to Ancelmo
Melendres, warranty deed to a tract of
land situate in Picacho, area 229 by G40
varas; consideration 200. Dated Feb. 23.
J. "W. Adair et ux. to Bradford Hardm,
warranty deed to a tract of land contain
ing 3G.2 . acres: consideration 150.
Dated Feb. 17, 1910.
Jose Manuel Sanches Baca grant to
Bias Duran, confirmation to a tract of
land in the J. M. S. B. grant containing
11.35 acres; consideration 1. Dated
Feb. 19. 1910.
Tiofilo Coslillo,'et ux. to Filiciano
Chavez, warranty deed to a parcel of
land situate in the J. M. S- B. grant, area
on the north 5S yards, on the south 55
yards, on the east 27 yards, and on the
west 23 Yards: consideration 1. Dated
July 10. 1909.
L. II. Yanderwerf to William Jlaien
back, warranty deed to lots 39 and 40,
in block 70, Cf Miller' Washington Park
addition; consideration 1 and other val
uables Dated Feb. 21, 1910.
L. H. Yanderwerf to Edward H. Squire,
warranty deed to lots 25 to 4S, inclusive,
in block 78. of Miller's Washington Park
addition; consideration 1 and other val
uables. Dated Jan. 6, 1910.
J. T. Smith to Jay F. Knox, warranty j
deed to lots 12 to 22, inclusive, in blccK 1
4. and lots 10. 11, 12 and 13. in blork 5, ,
of Central Park tract: consideration 1
and other valuables. Dated Dec. 9, 1909.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, X. M.. Feb. 28. The fol
lowing guests are regiteied at B.tel
Don Barnardo: L. E- Gartwrislft, Albu
querque; W. H. Rhodes, St. Louis; V.
"f Win! TWfc Davis. Tpx-as- Mnhel
Parks, Mesilla Park; Ina Xelson, El J
Paso; Samuel Rhodes, Dona Ana; Miss
Emma Smith, El Paso: Robt. S. Ross, I
Lordsburg; D. Goldbaum, Lordsburg. i
Park Hotel: D. ri. Kiohards, Des
Moines, la-; Lloyd -Miller. Des Monies,
la.; A. Roe Coudett. Des Moines, la.;
H. W. Engle, Des Moines, la.
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELIi?
You can easil3r sell it. Call Bell 115,
Auto 1115, tell the girl what it is and
The Herald will sell it. No bother, no
Los, Cruces, X. M., Feb. 2S. One 01 the
social event of the -week in Las Graces
will be the tea to 'be siven Dy the wom-
en of the Presbvtenan ehuren. at cue
.home of Mrs. Wade, luesday atternoon
Music, bot'h vocal and instrumental, will
be a feature of the afternoon's enter-
Mexican Central train No. 7., due to
arrive at 7:25 a. m.. is reported to be
seven hours late. The Golden State
limited. Rock Island train No. . .due to
arrive at 3:50 p. m , is reported 10 min
utes late; all other evening and night
trains are reported on time.
Xotlce Rebekhs- '
Meet at 306 Herald Bldg.. at 2 p. m.
Tuesdnv, March ,1. Preparatory to at
tending" funeral of Mrs. John Sorensen.
L.ive on Garbage.
Burlington. Vt.. Feb. 28. For three
years a family of six, three of them be
ing children, has subsisted by eating
garbage because they were too proud to
ask for town aid or to beg. The start
ling fact was revealed when the author
ities were called into take charge of
two insane middled aged women, both
widows, their aged father and three chil
dren. Dr. Stnrker, 31S-31 Caples Bldg.
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat.
Through these columns we desire to
extend out sincere thanks to all those
who assisted us in any way during the
illness and after the death of our be
loved son. Especially to the friends for
their kind words of sympathy and to
the undertakers for their considerate
careful attention to our needs.
T. M. Ryan and Family.
Dr. Cameron, Dentist, tor reliable den
tistry, reasonable prices. Office over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed
C. L. nillinston. 70S Magoffin. Tel. 14S9
oaintins. paperhancriug. decorating.
Dr. Cnrpenter, oftlce at the Eye and
har hospital. Stanton and Wyoming
At this season of the year ripe
olives are just the nicest things there
are to eat. TV"e have the very best there
is to be had, 35 cents a pint.
Jackson's Srmltnry Grocery,
Drs. Slagnxder and Mnpes, Dentists,
References: Ask anyone.
Roosevelt Enjoyn Rest. ,
Gondokor. Soudan, Feb. 23. Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt and son, Kermlt.
spent Sunday here resting following
heir fatiguing search for giant eiaim.
Col Ro0sevelt emphatically refused
dlsr.ss noiitic and miblic affairs g
.. .cc, Trnti.n rr niihiic affairs gen-
eraIiJ stating that he nad completely
, 1 1- 11- v. .,:??j3i -n-nrlrt The
Roosevelt party leaves here today for
Mongalla. where an enthusiastic recep-
tion awaits them.
Drn. Mnprrnder and Mapes, Dentists.!
Prize Maaquernde Ball.
Fraternal Brotherhood hall, "Wednes
day, March 2. Grand march 10 p. m.
Tickets $1. Ladies free.
It. H. Bias yncl Co.
Wor,d, coal. eeo.. cement, plaster,
lime. Duildinpr paper. 1014 Missouri
ttreot. Phones: Bell S49: Auto. 1S49.
cfc we forsret let'jc keep our mono"
at home and still get the best. Globe
Cotton IH Destroyed.
New Bedford, Mass.. Feb. 2S. Iu a
fire which destroyed the stprage ware
house of Denison Bros. Co. here Sunday,
3000 bags of cotton and some manufac
tured product were lost. The estimated
loss Is $3S5,000.
There is nothing nicer than fresh
shrimp salad. TVe have the shrimp
at 25 cents a pint.
Jack-ion's Sanitary Grocery,
Special, ladles puraes. snopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plsza.
Adjournment I Distant
Washington, D. C. Feb. 23. Although
congress has been in session nearly three
mouths party leaders are not predicting
Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it is
absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results,
that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the
Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy
will be found more satisfactory than
Delays are dangerous. There is no more com
mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature
always gives due warning and failure to heed
same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Blight's
Disease, or some other serious affection of the
Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab
sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving
out the poison due to disordered conditions of
the Kidnejs or Bladder. They purify the blood
and invigorate the entire system. The first dose
will convince you that Jrineuies win do all we
Claim for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY.
Pineules are put up in two sizes; $1.00 and 50 cents. The dollar size contain
1)4 times as much as the 50 cent sire.
JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chicago, U. S. A,'
Sold hy Knoblauch Drug Company.
HERALD OX SALE IN LAS
C25UCES, X. 31.
Frastc A. Kanrlcy, Ajjcat, opposite
Dxlly Herald oh sale by La Crncea
Drag Co., Camozre'a Xewi Staad,
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, X. M.. Feb. 28. Mrs. C.
M. Lot-errs went down to El Paso this
forenoon tor the ld,y.
L. A. Ziroaddus is in EI Paso today.
Mrs. F. C. Roberts and daughter, Mar
guerite, went to El Paso this morning.
C. L. Post is down the valley today,
when final adjournment may be expect
ed. The uncertainty is due largely to the
opposition against some of the adminis
Drs. Magruder and 3Iape.s, Dentists,
"tVe don't work for negroes.
Dr. WHUh R. Smith, Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building-
Dr. PrentlsH, specialty diseases of
stomach and intestines. Trust Bldg.
Stolen Suffar Recovered.
Watchman Gonzales saw three men at
the corner of Eighth and Kansas streets
carrying1 a heavy load, Sunday morning.
He approached them and they ran, leav
ing behind a 100 pound sack of sugar.
This' was later Identified as having
been stolen from a grocery store at the
corner of Stanton and Sixth streets.
Our vegetables are fresh from the
garden and consist of:
California head lettuce.
Egff plant. Bell peppers.
Green chili, young onions:
Radishes, beets, cucumbers, turnips,
Jacknon'K Sanitary Grocery,
Globe Fluur. best by test,
and the payroll in El Paso.
SAILS IN MAILS
"Wag Slips Shirt Into Post
office With, an Explana
A wag there was and he loved a
joke even as you and I. He read a tale
of an airship flight, one which rook
place in the dead of night and he read
the tale of a shirt. The tail he found
and a tale he wrote of an aviator's
skirt. Sounds like Woodyard
Kindling, but It is true nevertheless.
Somebody that has been reading
about El Paso aviators wrote this
touching effusion, pinned it on a per
fectly good white shirt and mailed it to
The Herald in a Taft-Diaz envelope.
The postofflce clerks did 'not sail
into the air because they knew not
what the envelope contained, but. main
taining their equilibrium, deposited it
with other important mail in the Herald
box at the potoffice. It was delivered
postage due and if the Inventor of this
nis vaiuaoie airship model, he can se-
I cure same by applying at The Herald
The ruddei is tucked in a drawer in
tho safety deoosit vault so no one wilLi
steal It and secure a patent without
the consent 01 the inventive genius of
the El Paso br. If he doesn't call
soon, he will fnd it hanging on the
Tho model Is narked:
The Thiel Defective Service Co.
Has opened offices in El Paso at 219
Caples Bldg.. and h prepared to handle
legitimate detectivt work for corpora
tions, mine owners, '.lrms and attorneys.
This service has brmches in the prin
cipal cities in the "J. S.. Canada and
Mexico. They hav both phones.
CURTISS GETS XEA1 HEARING
AGAIXST WEIGHT IXJUXCTIOX
Hammondsport Aviator Is To Re Given
a Chance to Proe His Rlht
Hammondsport, N. Y., Feb. 2S. Ap
plication of counsel for Glenn H. Cur
tiss, the aviator, for a rehearing in the
"Wright brothers Injunction case, was
granted here by judge Hazel In the
United States district court.
Judge Hazel recently handed down
an opinion favorable to the W'rle-hts.
who contend that Curtis has infringed
their patents, but he refused to sign j
an injunction order restraining Curtiss '
from exniDltlon flights.
GALVESTOX PROTESTS AT
REGl'LATION OF COAST RATES
Galveston, Tex.. Feb. 2S. A request
was sent by the Galveston business men
today to New York and Boston commer
cial bodies asking them to reconsider
the resolutions they adopted against
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Spring Styles In
j Children's Dresses
We make special showing tomorrow of Children's
Wash Dresses Suitable for school wear. All ages
'are included from the tiny tot in First Eeader up
to the big girl in Grammar Shcool.
A great variety of pretty, new styles is shown. The materials gingham,
repp, poplin and chambray wash iricely. And the dresses are carefully
and neatly made. It really isn't worth while to try to make the little
girl's dresses yourself. See this special showing tomorrow prices 69c to
Special Showing This Week Of
''Buster Brown" Stockings are the
best stoc-ings obtainable for
Wealthy boys and girls. "Buster
Brown" stockings are made with
linen knees, heels and toes, and
fhey wear like iron. Tihey are ab
solutely fast color and every pair
is guaranteed. Price, per pair, 25c-
the bill placing coastwise shipping un
der interstate commerce commission.
Tho Southwestern Traffic association
. -. , c ta oa,r
southwest. Taft favors the measure.
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
fair and warmer; Tuesday fair.
For New Mexico: Fair tonight and
For west Texas: Tonight increasing
cloudiness; warmer. Tuesday partly
cloudy weather; colder in the Pan
handle. HAVE YOU SOIETHJNG TO SEUJL?
You can easily sell it. Call Bell 115.
Auto 1115. tell the girl what it is and
The Herald will sell it. No bother, no
will get into mischief often It means
a burn or cut or scald. Apply Bal
lard's Snow Liniment just as soon as
the accident happens, and the pain will
be relieved while the wound will heal
quickly and nicely. A s-ure ?ure for
sprains. Rheumatism and all pains.
Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Wall Paper 1910
We Can Please You
rVe Have Good Salesmen and
IUTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO.
GENUINE HAOT-FORGED GOLF CLUBS $2
Calf grips, best Swedes iron, beautiful finish,
perfect balance. Lots of comfort in a club that just
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
T'LNSACTS A GENERAL BAIOCIlfG BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C- SNOW, Pres. CAPT. S. J. WOODHULL, V. Pres. and Caaa.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. CaaBcr.
, Hose Supporters
A new hose supporter for wom
en, boys, girls and infants. With
each pair of these hose supporters
sold this week we will give a Bus
ter Brown button. "Buster Brown"
Hoe Supporters come in white
and -black infants' 15e. boys' and
girls' 20c, women's 25a
GccL Co. Cmnnwiiil
- TRTT THIS UQTJTD
Cures Tetter, Eczema, Salt Rheum.
- s" - .
ters n "ng you have suffered.
wh&t you have tried, or If every pari
of your body is an itching, burning
ore, a permanent cirre awaits yoo.
Thousands have been cured by the uss
of "Imperial Remedy." Among them
axe people from every town and villa
In the south.
Tha Instant "Imperial Remedy" Is
applied you feel relieved. This prepa
ration has a pleasant odor, contains no
grease or salve and requires no band
aye. It is s. clean liquid which pene
trates the pores, loosens the fibrous
tissues and purifies the diseased parta.
After be disease has all been driven
out the akin Is left pure, clear, soft
and white, and the trouble will never
return again. The price of Imperial
Remedy Is $1 per bottle. Your looai
druggist can get It for you. If he
will am, mail us $1, and we will send
j you a bottle by express, charges pre
' paid. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston,
-U5S BY PHOXE.
Can Bell Ho, auco 1115, tea what
you wish to buy. sell or rent and The
Herald will do the rest-
EL PASO ST.