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These cakes are strictly home made and placed in
our store fresh every day.
White Nut Layer Cake
Chocolate Fig Layer Cake -Caramel
White Fig Layer Cake
Chocolate Layer Cake
Price, per whole cake $1.00
Price, per half cake 50
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 eges you can possibly get.
Only 40c Per Dozen.
FLORIDA &RAPE FRUIT.
Extra fancy, sweet and juicv. Each 10c. .
These are new crop, extra fancy potatoes. Per
pound 12 l-2c.
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151.
I HERALD OT( SAW3 IN IAS j i I . 1
HERALD OPT SAIJ3 TS
C51UCES, N. M.
FraaSc A. Eawley, Agemt, opposite
Dally Herald on sale bT la Crnceo
Drug Co., Camoxic's News Staad,
MESILLA VALLEY IB CEL
PASSAGE Of REG
Las Cruces. N. M.t March 3. A movement has already been started to
celebrate the pasage of the Carter bill, providing for a 530,000,000 bond issue
to complete reclamation projects. A meeting was held at the Las Crures
chamber of commerce as soon as the news of the passage of the bill was re
ceived in The Herald's extra, and plans were made for having an all day and
night celebration in the Mesilla Valley city some timo this month.
Governor Mills, former governor Curry and other prominent men from
New Mexico and El Paso will participate In the big celebration.
L.AS CRUCES NEWS XOTES;
3I13SIL.L.A VALLEY lERSOXALS
Las Cruces, N. M., March S. Phllipe
Lucero has delivered 11 carloads of
cattle at the Las Cruces yards to Mr.
Panky. tho cattleman.
S. F. Bean went down to El Paso thii
morning taking his son. S. F., jr., tu
Hotel DIeu, where he will undergo an
operation for appendicitis.
"W. B. Biscaro took the stage line for
Organ this forenoon.
Dr. Robertson is shipping two cars of
hay from Mesilla Park today.
of Westmont Heights addition: consid
eration $20: dated March 1, 1910.
C. Fay Sperry et ux to E. S. Sperry,
warranty deed to two parcels of land in
Las Cruces. consideration $1000; dated
Oct. 19, 1909.
Jesus Apodaca to Gregorio Balen
zuela, warranty deed to lots 1 and 2 in
block 33 of the town of La Mesa, area
132 by 334 feet; consideration $1.00;
dated Feb. 18, 1902.
J. T. Miller to Emmett E. Buzard,
warranty deed to lots 35 in block 31 of
Miller's addition; consideration $1 and
other valuables; dated Juno 4, 1909.
J. T. Miller to'Mark Buzard, warranty
deed to lots 38 in block 31 of Miller's
, addition; consideration $1 and other
valuables; dated June 4. 1909.
New Mexico Town company to C. Fay
Sperry. wananty deed to two parcels
of land in the town of Las Cruces
consideration $575; dated Sept. 27, 1909.
Emma Schonborn et al to Vincent B.
May, et al. warranty deed to lots 1, 2,
3. and 4 in block 8 of the Kew -Mexico
deed to lots 11 and 12 in block 26 of
Westmont Heights addition; considera
tion $20; dated March 1. 1910.
.T. D. WnllPtt tn ATrs. Ma trie S. Cris-
tle, warranty deed to lots 31 and 32 in ! Town company's addition; consideration
block 7 of Westmont Heights adition;
consideration $20; dated March 1, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Mrs. Ida Spenser,
warranty deed to lots 1 and 2 In block
7 of Westmont Heights addition: con
sideration $20: dated March 1, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to S. W. Eason. war
ranty deed to lots 1 and 3 in block 38
of Westmont Heights addition: consid-
-r wiir.r of Mesilla Park, is in EI . eratlon $20: dated March 1, 1910.
pas"o. J. D. Wollett to Mrs. L. J. Spenser.
Morgan O. Llewellyn is having bl warranty deed to lots 3 and 4 in block
residence completed, on the lots adjoin- i 7 of Westmont Heights addition: con
ing Maj Llewellyn's. I sideration $20; dated March 1. 1910.
I J. D. Wollett to C. S. Morris, warranty
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD. I deed to lots 15 and IC in block 7 of
Las Cruces, N M., March S. The fol- j Westmont Heights addition; consider-
lowing deeds and other paper3 or re- ai-on iu; aaie Jiarcn i. xjxm.
We have all sizes and good glaziers
to put them in on short notice.
TUTTLE PAINT . GLASS CO
Our stock Saddles, Harness, Rifles, Shotguns, Am
munition and Sporting Goods are all "Al." Gall
and examine same, or write us. Mail orders given
301-303 EL PASO ST.
Interstate Commerce Com
mission Enjoined Prom
Kansas City, Mo. March 3. The inter
state commerce commission was perma
nently enjoined from enforcing the order
iprohibiting railroads and other carriers
from allowing compensation to owners
and operators of elevators for elevation
and transfer of grain in transit, in a
decision filed in the United States cir
cuit court here today.
The suit was filed at St. Louis by
fche Pe&vey Elevator company and "was
supported in its petition by the boards
Ohildren Whs Ire Sickly
Sfothers who value their own com
fort and the welfare of their children,
should never be without a box or
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil
dren, for use throughout the season.
They break up Colds, Cure Feverish
ness. Constipation, Teething-, Disorders,
Headache and Stomach Troubles.
THESE POWDERS NaVER FAIL Sold
by all Drug Stores, 25c Don't accept
any substitute. A trial package wll be
sent FREE to any mother, who will
address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Rov. N. Y.
E. & W.
$2.00 to $3.50
$1.50 and $2.00
$1.25 to $2.00
SEE OUR WIN
Cor. Mesa and
of trade of Kansas City, Omaha and
other cities of the middle west-
KEEP HANDS OFF
"Will iSTot Force Arbitration
of the Street Car Strike
Philadelphia. Pa.. March 3. Mayer
Pieyburn. carrying out his announce I de
termination that he city shall not force
arbitration of the street car strike, will
recommend to the city council this aft
ernoon that no action be taken regarding
the -strike and will call attention to an
old law that will permit the courts lo
handle the situation.
SUGAR. TRUST HELD
FOR COXTE3IPT OF COSRT
New Tork. N. Y.. Msrch s. The fed
eral grand jury today handed in a pre
centment against the American Sugar
Refining company, charging it with con
tempt of court in failing to produce
books and papers called for by the
cord have been filed with the recorder
of Dona Ana county:
F. M. Gallaher to S. .1. Dice, warranty
deed to the east half of the southwesr
quarter of section 24 township 25 south
range 2 east N. M. P. M., containing 80
acres; consideration $C000. Dated Feb.
L,. H. Vanderwerf to P. J. Manning,
warranty deed to lots 17, IS. 19 and 20.
in block 2. Miller's College Park addi
tion; consideration $1 and other valu
ables; dated Feb. 21, 1910.
L,. H. Vanderwerf to "W. R. Swain,
warranty deed to lots 42 and 43 In
block 7 of Miller's Washington Park
addition; consideration $1 and other
valuables: dated Feb. 21, 1910.
L.. H. Vanderwerf to P. J. Manning,
warranty deed to lots 1, 2, 3. 4. 3, 6, 7. 8
9, 10, 12, 13. 14, 15. and 16 in block 2
of Miller's College Park addition; con
sideration $1 and other valuables; dated
Feb. 21 1910. '
J. T. Miller to C. F. Seargeant, war
ranty deed to lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 12. 13, 14.
15. 16, 17, 18. 19. 20, 21. 22, 23, 24, 25,
or 57. 28. 29. 20. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35 and I
36 In block 49 of Miller's "Washington
Park addition: consideration 1.00 and
other valuables; dated Dec. 24. 1909.
J. T. Miller to J. Castro, warranty
deed to lot3 21 and 22 in block 37 of
Miller's Washington Park addition; con
sideration $1.00. and other valuables;
dated Dec. 24, 1D0).
J. T. Miller to Otto W. Stadler. war
ranty deed to lots 1 and 2 in block 49
' of Miller's Washington Park addition;
consideratior $1 00 and other valuables;
dated Dec. 24, 1909.
D H. Vanderwerf to T. T. Conway,
warranty deed to lots 44, 45, 46, 47, and
48 in block 73 of Miller's Washington
Park addition: consierafcion 1.00 nnd
other valuables; dated Feb. 25, 1910.
Li. H. Vanderwerf to Joe Taylor, war
ranty deed to lots li. 15 and 16 In
block 56 of Miller's Washington Park
addition; consideration $1.00 and other
valuables: dated Feb. 2. 1910.
I H. Vanderwerf to G. M. walker, j
warranty deed to lots 19. 20. 21 and 22, j
in block 50 of addition to Las Cruces. j
consideration SI. 00 and other valuables: J
dated FPb. 5. 1910
J. D. Wollett to H. A. Totenhohn.
warranty deed to lot" 2S. 29. 30, 31 and
32 in block 146 of Westmont Heights
addition: consideration $62.50; dated
March 1. 1910.
J. D. Woiief-ito J. F. Tl.ee, warranty
deed to lots 24 and 25 in block 28 of
Westmont HeirrhtT addition: considera-
J tlon $20: dated March 1, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Richmond McKinuey,
I warranty deed to lots 9 and 10 in block
37 of Westmont Heights addition: con
sideration $20: dated March 1, 1910.
j J. D. Wollett to F. S. "Raymond, war
ranty deed to lots 31 and 32 in block
25 of Westmont Heights addition: con
i sideration S20" dated March 1, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to J. A. Carrie, war
ranty deerf to lot- 11. 12. 13. 14. 15 and
16 in block 99 of Westmont Heights ad
dition: consideration $60; dated March
! J r Woliett to T- P. Hill, warranty
J. D. Wollett to R. P. Cook, warranty
deed to lots 15 and 16 in block 38 of
Westmont Heights addition: considera
tion $20; d?ted March 1, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to C. B. Mooney, war
ranty deed to lots 12, 13 aiir 14 in Mock
7 of Westmont Heights addition; con
sideration 30: dated March 1, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to W. G. Gaines, war
ranty deed to lots 14 and 15 in block b
1 and other valuables.
Jesus Apodaca to Fellberto Nevares,
warranty deed to lots 3 and 4 in block
33 of the town of La Mesa, considera
tion $100: dated Feb. 26, 1910.
J. T. Miller to G. R. Greer, warranty
deed to lots 27 and 29 in block 30 of
Miller's addition; consideration $1.00 and
other valuables; dated April 8, 1909.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 3. The fol
lowing are registered at Hotel Don
Barnardo: Edw. Kauffman, Clifton;
Kilder Johnson, San Marcial; Thos. E.
Young, Chicago; J. J. Burke, Lamar,
Colo.; Will Hill, Kansas City: H. S.
Parker, El Paso; D. F. Doolittle. Den
ver; F. D. Hunabil, Kansas City; A. P.
Bauer, Denver; J. L. Grove, St. Louis.
Las Cruces. X. M., March 3. Prof.
Hiram Hadley, of Mesilla Park, ad
dressed the teachers and pupils of Las
Cruces public school this morning in
the central building.
FIREir3BE AUTOMOBILE 7HE3
G. D. FREEMAN
312 Mesa Ave.
EL PASO CYCLE WORKS
EL PASO THEATER
JUST OKE NIGHT
THURSDAY, MARCH 3
J. R. Stirling Presents the Artistic
PO?t R8it L.VELLE
In the Everlasting Pastoral Com
"SIS HOPKINS' '
A Play That Appeals to All Man
kind. 'There ain't no sense in doin'
nuthin' for nobody what never
done nuthin' for you." Sis Hop
kins. Seats row selling, 50c, 75c, $1.00.
Given by 2nd Church of
EL PASO THEATER
Miss Mary Brookins,
Come 'all and learn
what Christian Science
Miss Rose 3rclvIIle.
"SIS HOPKIVS' TONIGHT.
If you miss seeing- Rose Melville in
her great character of "Sis Hopkins,"
tonight at the El Paso, you will miss
1 Fat women must take Ihis injunction
to heart if they want to be in style
for the new modes will not drape over
a fat figure.
The fat has got to come off quickly
but without harm, of course, and this
means only one thing can be depended
upon. Exercising or dieting are too
slow. The fat woman who wants to
wear a form clinging gown must make
an immediate trip to her druggist and
get a care of ilarmola Prescription
Tablets, which will cost her about 75
" Taking one of these after each meal
and at bedtime shouH be enough to
bring her to the "losing-a-pound-a-j
day" stage before even the first case
I 's used up. It is hardly believable that
I such delightful results can be obtained
j without harm and for such a small sum
of money, but then, fact is stranger
, than fiction.
j Test the effect of these tablets by
' setting a case yourself, either from the
Marmola Co.. 737 Farmer Bldg.. De
, troit. Mich., or from any druggist. They
are made in exact accordance with the
, famous Marmola Prescription and, con
t sequently, can not have any ill effects.
one of the best comedies of the season;
fcO srj those who have seen her.
This is the eleventh season which
Miss Rose Melville has been playing
"Sis Hopkins," that delightful play of
rural Indiana life that comes to the El
Pr.so theater tonight. "Sis Hopkins" is
a play which by reason of Its exquisite
sentiment and cleanly comedy, has won
a place in the hearts of theatergoers
which bids fair to remain uncontested
for years to come. The story of the
life and love of this odd little country
girl is one of surpassing sweetness and
the sentiment is of that type which ap-
j. peals to the heart-and leaves pleasant
memories. The play has been newly
staged and 'Miss Melville's manager, j.
R. Stirling, says he has engaged a com-panj-
of rare excelence for the support
of his star. The prices are: Entire
lower floor, $1.00; entire balcony, 75c;
Use a For and
The Frx Agency
207 Mesa Ave.
. 60 Cents a Pound
(Just Pecans and Syrup)
40 Cents a Pound
1 C S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N.' Oregon St. Phone 347
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and nai Itohlng Skin diseases. It mat
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what you have tried, or if every part
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Thousands have been cured by the use
of "Imperial Remedy." Among them
are people from every town and village
in tho south.
Tile instant "Imperial Remedy" is
.iiiia you feel relieved. This prepa
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grease or salve and requires no band
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After he disease has all been driven
out the skin is left pure, clear, soft
and white, and the trouble will never
return again. The price of Imperial
Remedy Is ?i per bottle. Your locat
druggist can get it for you. If he
will nwt, mail us $1, and we will send
you a bottle by express, charges pre
paid. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston,
SPECIAL 3IATINEE, SIS IIOPKIXS."
By special arrangements just com
pleted by manager Rich, a special mat
inee of "Sis Hopkins" will be given Fri
day afternoon at 2:30. These arrange
ments were made on account of the
company going to San Antonio from
here and being unable to leave before
7 p. m. Friday. A special matinee was
arranged for 2:30. The prices will be
25 and 50 cents, so patrons will have
no excuse for not seeing this, the great
est character part ever portrayed by a
woman star and ills; Melville is the
originator. Tho matinee Is at 2:30, and
tho prices, 25c and 50c.
"RIP VAX AVIXKLE."
The next bill at the Crawford, start
ing Sunday matinee, will be "Rlp Van
Winkle." The last "East Lynne" mat
inee is Saturday at 2:30.
For El Fnso and vicinity: Fair to
night and P'rlday.
For New Mexico. Fair tonight and
For west Texas. Fair tonight and
The Much Talked of
It seems that the vhole jof El Paso is talking of
our present naillinery display. Every one is en- f
thusiastic over the varied and exclusive styles
u e are now showing. It is a fact that this sea
son we are carrying more than double the
amount of millinery we have ever carried before.
From the tailored hat to the most exquisite
Paris creation, the selection will be easiest here.
A Splendid Special
To further interest you in medium priced
milliner3r. we offer the balance of the week
Dress and Tailored Hats at a remarkably
low price. There are fully 200 styles to se
lect from and no duplicates. These are hats
that sell ordinarily at $8.00 and $10.00. We
make them an introductory special at
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J.Calwhar Dor Goc4 Co. 0 muring'
Tueumcari Skating Rink Is
Also Burned Water
Supply Was Bad.
Tueumcari, X. if., March 3 An elec
tric spark set a moving picture nlm on
"fire last night and before anything could
be done the Crystal theater, a two
story frame building, and the skating
rink, another large frame building, were
burned to the ground.
The water pressure was light and the
fire department iwas helpless. The loss
i3 estimated at 12,000.
(Continued From Page One.)
he ran forward and uncoupled the last
"With the aid of the passengers these
were shoved out of danger.
Floods 1h Xevada.
Water has fallen three feet at Pali
sade, Nev.. since yesterday, but the Cen
tral Pacific tracks from Palisade to Bat
tle Mountain. 60 miles, are still under
water and transcontinental traffic Is
completely blocked. A hundred and
twenty foot bridsre near Palisade -was
j reported destroyed last night, and an
other washout occurred near Carlin this
morning. Trains for California are be
ing detoured at Ogden by way of Port
land. Improved In Idako.
Boise. Idaho, iiarch 3. The water
in the smaller streams of Idaho is re
ceding today and flood conditions are
greatly improved except In the extreme
western portion along the Snake river,
which continues to rise and is out Of tha
banks in many places.
ously. as a result. The entire train by
a narrow .margin escaped plunging down
a 50-foot embankment.
The accident occurred near Milan, a
station on the main line, 22 miles east
of Spokane. The tra:n was eastbound
and carried 175 passengers.
As the limited was rounding a curve
the engineer, Alonzo Carle, of Spokane,
and several passengers, saw the great
mass of boulders blocking the way.
Carle threw on the emergency brake 25
feet before the rocks were reached. -
a result the force of the crash was les
"When the train struck, gas tanks In
the cars exploded. Fire immediately
burst out In five of the forward cars
and they began to topple over the em
bankment. Conductor B. S. Robertson saw the
danger and the chance there was of
saving the rest of the train. Calling for
help from the uninjured men passengers
Lest tvc forget let1 keep our money
at home and still get the best. Globe
TWO GREENVILLE HOUSES BURN.
Greenville, Tex-, March 3. Fires in.
Greenville today caused a loss of $6000.
The residence of C. F. Cheney, valued at
$2500 and the adjoining residence of A.
L. Murphy, valued at $3500,- were de
stroyed. The explosion of a lamp set
fire to the Cheney residence.
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the pay roll in El Paso.
GalllHSr Mall Subsidy.
Washington, D. C, March 3. The Gal
linger bill to provide for the establish
ment of mail steamship lines between
the United States and South America,
the Philippines, Japan and China was
ordered reported favorably to the senate
A Free '
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SENTENCED FOR DEATH
OF GIRL FOUND DEAD
Detroit, Mich., March 3. Dr. George
A. Fritch was today found guilty of
manslaughter in connection with" the
death last summer of Maybelle Millman,
of Ann Arbor, whose dismembered body
was found in Ecorse creek.
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