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L PASO HERALD
Saturday, March 5, 1910.
i $ Jf
We Lave received oar entire
Spring Line of Soft and Stiff
We sell the well known Knapp-
Felt derbies and soft hats.
Xew colors, new shapes, old
Stetson Derbies, Soft Hats and
We will take pleasure in showing
vou the new things.
n Dicn TtrvAC i
TRY THIS UQTJID
ECZEMA CURE. (
Cures Tetter, Eczema, Salt Rheum
and aHl itching Skin diseases. It mat- I
ters not how long you have suffered,
what you harre tried, or if every part
of your body is an itching, burning
sore, & permanent cure awaits you.
Thousands have been cured by the us a
of "Imperial Remedy." Among them
are people from every town and village
in the south. ,
The Instant "Imperial Remedy" Is
applied you feel relieved. This prepa
ration has a pleasant odor, contains no
grease or salve and requires no band
ages. It is a clean liquid which pene
trates the pores, loos-ens the fibrous
tissues and purifies the diseased parts.
After Che disease has all been driven
out the skin is left pure, clear, soft
nd white, and the trouble will never
return again. The price of Imperial
Remedy is ?1 per bottle. Tour locai !
druggist can get It for -you. If he
will nrot, mail us ?1 and we will send
you & hotilt by express, charges pre
paid. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston.
"We hear so many people asking that.
It is lovely and warm, but before many
weeks it's going to be good and hot.
Be ready for the first summer day. Get
a gas range now. You can't be comfort
able this summer if you have a coal fire
going in your kitchen three times a day.
Get a gas range!
To pay your gas bill
before the 15th and you'll save the discount.
Bell Telephone 98 Auto 1098
WATER USERS TO
"Will Join Las Cruces Cham
ber of Commerce in the
Las Cruces, N. M.. March 5. The Ele
phant Butte "Water Users' -association
will coperate with the Mesllla Val
ley chamber of commerce in the cele
bration and reception which is to take
place in this city the latter part of the
present month, on account of the pass
age of the irrigation bill by the United
States senate ad the reception for Gov.
Mills, who will be here the guest of
the city at that rime. President Holt,
secretary Frenger and director Gerber
constitute this committee from the
At the recent meeting held on the 3d,
Mr. Holt as representative of the Me
silla valley' water users. before the ap
praisers in the condemnation proceed
ings, stated that the matter is now
waiting report of the appraisers.
The general election of the water
users was called for April 5th, to elect
three councilmen and one director from
each5 of the ten districts under the su
pervision of the MesHla Valley "Water
The secretary was instructed to take
the matter of protection from the en
croachment of the river near Las Cruces
up with engineer Reed.
MANY ENTRIES AT T.AS
CRUCES LAND OFFICE MADE
Las Cruces, N. M., March 5. The Las
Cruces branch of the general land of
fice made another large showing last
month in the dispensing of land to the
homeseekers, as the following taken
from the records show;
46 desert land entries 10.S03 acres
SO homestead entries,
original 11.178 acres
3 commuted homestead
entries 4S0 acres
S final homestead entries 1,2S0 acres
1 railroad selection 40 acres
Total 23,7S1 acres
IFTENTIMES you are careless I
in your manner of eating,!
thus bringing on a spell of Indi-
gestion and kindred ills. It is i
then you will appreciate the value i
II I BTTERjM
IiAS CRLCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M.. March 5. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed for record with the
recorder of Dona Ana county:
Charles C. Belnap et ux to Charles
L. Hosmer, warranty deed to lots S and
9, block 'C." of Bosque Badado tract,
containing 21. S acres. Consideration
$1350, and assumption of mortgage note
of $130S. Dated March 1, 1910.
De Chas. Seamons et ux to Thomas
Blackwill. warranty deed to lots 17 and
IS. in block 1 anc: lots 16 and 17 in
block 2 of Central Park tract No. 2
Consideration $1 and other TQluable8.
Dated February 21, 1310.
Andres Chacon et ux to Florentico Be
zarano warranty deed to an orchard
tract in the town of La Union. Consid
c tion $20, dated October 22, 1909.
Abel Nevarez et u to Jose Montez,
warranty deed to one certain lot in
the townsite of La Mesa, situate in sec
tion 2S, township 25 south, range 2
east, area 147 by ISr reet. Considera
tion' $60. Dated February 2S, 1910.
J. T. Miller to Mrs. Nellie Frye war
ranty deed to lot 9 in block 20 of Mil
ler's "Washington Park addition. Con
sideration $1 and other valuables.
Dated October 19, 1909.
L. H. Vanderwerf to William A.
Buckridge, warranty deed to lots 25 and
26 in block 73 of Miller's Washington
Park addition. Consideration $1 and
other valuables. Dated February 25,
L. H. Vanderwerf to "W. H. Frye, war
ranty deed to lots 34 and 35, in block
73 of Miller's Washington park addi
tion. Consideration ?1 and other valu
ables .dated February 24, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to John Koendorfer,
warranty deed to lots 32 and 33 in
block 73, of Miller's Washington park
addition. Consideration 41 and other
valuables. Dated February 24, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Fred C. Miller
warranty deed to lots 1. 2, 3, and 4
in block 3 of Miller's college park
tract. Consideration $1 and other val
uables. Dated February 21, 1910.
TAKES A POSITION.
Las Cruces. N. M.. March 5. Miss
Florence E. Hutzcl. of Los Angeles, has
acvgpted a position with the law firm of
HSit and Sutherland.
Marlines Annual Baseball
Fest Infests the Population
Giants in Goodly Xuniber
Bring on an Attack of
Home Run Fever.
PLENIFUL AND HAS
Scott, Aspirant for. a Pitch
ing Job, Has a "Three
Hundred "' Average
at the Table.
Marlin Springs. Tex., Marcli 5. With
the members of the Giants -nere it
means two things that Marlin will be
in a state of real metropolitan exclte-
OLDEST AND STROaSST
IU DONA AHA COUNTY
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
TRANSACTS A (JENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C SNOW, Prea. CAPT. S. J. W00DHULL, V. Pres. ana Cash.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst Cashier.
HERALD ON SALE IN tiAB
CXUCES, N. M.
FtshSc A. Eavrley, A seat, onnosita
iDaHy Herald oh sale by 'Las Crnces
Draff Co Camoize'i N'em Stand,
FLAG- AT CRUCES
Martin Lohman Is in Posses
sion of a Relic of the
Las Cruces. N. M., March a. Martin
Lohman, of this city, has in his posses
sion the original black flag which
waved over the Quantrell gang during
i its depredations about the close of the
The flag has begun to wear and Mr.
Lohman has had it framed under glass
to preserve it. The inscription on it is
at the top: "The S. C Minute Men."
under ) which appears "Sic Semper
Tiranus," then the coiled adder and
underneath appear the5e words "Don't
Tread On Me."
The flag was brought here many
years ago by one Jack Swartz, who at
his death several years ago gave it to
HARVEY NEWS STAND
ROBBED AT LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M.. March 5. Some
time dtiring last night some one pulled
the screws which fastened the hasp of
the wood cover to the cigar case of the
Harvey news stand and. breaking the
heavy plate glass, proceeded to fill
his pockets with 5-cent cigars.
About $10 worth were missing this
It was lucky for th enews stand that
the smoker did not get Into the other
end of the case, as it is likely that the
same number1 of 25-cent cigars would
have been missing.
I.AS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces. N. M., March 5. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotel
Don Barnardo: -F. L. Gallagher, Albu
querque; H. Herkotz, El Paso; E. R.
Hanlon, El T"aso; Oscar Phanneseh, El
Paso; Albert Carter, El Paso; W. A.
Root, Los Angeles; Manuel De La O.
Park hotel arrivals Francis Affleck,
Albuquerque; John Bingham, El Paso.
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL?
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
ment for the next tour weeks and that
the population of the town will spend
its time at the ball park.
It has come to be the one event of
the year. Politics, the wedding of the
most popular girl In the plrce, the an
nouncement that old "Bill" Watkins has
cleaned up his slate at the village tap
room, or a fire in the post office could
not create more of an impression on the
Naturally the advent of the Giants is
welcome, for it has done two things
boosted Marlin all over the United
States and given Marlin more of an in-
ofo-Vit into the OUtside world thnn nnv-
( thing which has come the way of the
One cf these days the Texans here
have an Idea that Marlin will be one
of the most frequented health resorts
in the southwest, because it does assist
the ailing and more than one invalid
has departed from its station healed lu
body as well as comforted in spirit.
When all of the Giants arrive Marlin
will be visited by the largest delega
tion that ever has made itself at home
with the fine cut of the village mar
shal. There are enough players now to
start a baseball nine, but there are
more to make the long journey to the
Younsrsters Arrive First.
This first delegation is mostly the
kindergarten. True, there are some of
the old timers present. For instance,
there is Mathewson, who decided that he
would start early this spring, and take
it easy for six weeks instead of trying
to rush his arm into condition in three
Raymond is here because McGraw
wants him under his eye for as long as
possible. The erratic "Buggs" knows
I that he must play ball this year or hear
the hammer drop. He doesn't desire to
be cashiered and lie did strike Marlin
Springs in good condition.
Meyers came from California before
he was expected. He said that he 1iad
nothing else to do, and he wishes to get
in good condition. The indlan is am
bitious and believes that he will play
I oeiter oa.ii muii Jie um m ivvv. xic im-
! Latham is here, of course, and
j "Robby" is along to look after the
pitchers. He has had an eye on them
and will have several glances at their
style before he Is away from the place.
"There are enough of them," said he
when he looked the delegation over. "If
Mc can't get one pitcher from that
crowd I don't think that he ever will
get one anywhere."
Among them is a young player by
the name of Scott who was with Johns
town, Pa., last year and who was
called the willing worker in the Tri
State league. No matter how often they
asked him to try his hand in the box
he was ready for a "go" against the
opposing team, and the best part of
his work through the season was that
he won more games than he lost by
about a quarter.
Some of the men who had been
watching the young talent of the minor
leaerues told McGraw before the leaves
had begun to fall that it would not be j
a Dad idea it ne Kept an eye on ucoti
and prevent some other club from ob
taining his services. "He Isn't a phen
omenal winner," said one of these men.
"He is a good serviceable pitcher and
he looks like a young fellow who may
make a fine record if he gets with the
right club. In any event It will not
hurt anything to try him and if a prize
is drawn all right." , So Scott was an
nexed to the Giants.
To date he has made one record
which surpasses that of all the other
young men on the team. He is the
champion eater of the crowd. The Inn
keeper at this resort charges well for
the substantial with which he fills his
table. He will not make a profit on
Scott. There may be some with deli
cate appetites who thrive well on two
eggs per diem, but Scott goes in for
six and then fakes a hunt for the hen
which laid them.
He stood the trip well down the
coast, and the further he sailed .'the
better he felt and the more he ate. The
steward of the Southern Pacific steam
ship looked upon him with admiration.
"What a boy he is to jettison a cargo,"
said he, as Scott ate the third piece of
pie. "It's enough to keep a man from
being seasfck merely to watch him en
joy his food."
The sun has been around some. The
temperature has trilled as high as 70.
Shortly it will go higher, but before it
makes the last jump it Is reported that
a cold wave Is to drop over the place.
The natives insist that It is the very
last cold wave which can be expected
of the season, because the song birds
are beginning o carol.
All afternoon and night trains are
reported on time.
The Californian, the Rock Island's
westbound train, due in El Paso at
6:05 this morning, did not arrive until
2:30 this afternoon. No. 3. the T. P.
express from the east, due at 11:40 this
morning, was one hour and 40 minute?
late. The belated arrival of the Rock
Island train was due to delays encoun
tered before reaching the Southwestern
Appreciate good things for the table.
That is why so many people come to
this store for their eatables.
Jnckson'.s Saaltary Grocery.
Observe Wedding: Anniversary.
Justice and Mrs. E. B. McClintock to
day are observing the 10th anniversary
of their wedding."
Lent Is a Good Time
To get acquainted with our delica
tessen department. There you will find
the nicest line of fish it has ever been
our pleasure to offer. !Let us have
your order for Finnan Haddie, Smoked
Halibut, Nova Scotia Smoked Salmon,
English Kippered Herring or any other
good fish your appetite may crave.
Jackson Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. Cameron, Dentist, for reliable den.
tistry. reasonable prices. Office over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed.
Court Term Ends Today.
i This is the last day of the January
term OI me uisLnut uuuiu. Jiuiiuaj a.
new grand jury will be empaneled and
the March term will open.
Fresh From the Churn
Sedgwick creamery butter. Jackson's.
Special, ladies purses, shopping bagd.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Juarez. Man Dismissed.
Jose Rodriguez, who lives in Juarez,
and who has but one leg, was arrested
Friday night on a charge of being
drunk. He was dismissed by alderman
Robinson upon promising to keep on
ttho other side of the river, when he
drinks too much, in the future.
Our garden vegetables are kept in
refrigerator glass cases and not on
the floor, where they collect dust, dirt,
and microbes; they are clean, ready for
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. Stcrkcr, 31S-319 Caples Bldg.,
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat.
Dr. Prcntini, specialty diseases of
stomach and intestines. Trust Bldg.
There are butter packages and but
ter packages, but none like the package
containing Sedgwick creamery butter.
Denioj Belnar Vagrant.
Fred. Boyd, arrested on a charge of
being drunk and a vagrant, was re
leased when arraigned before alderman
Robinson in police court this morning.
He admitted that he had drunk too
much, but said he was not a vagrant
And other constituents of your
blood are powerfully enriched and
vitalized by Hood's Sarsapariiia.
It increases the red corpuscles and
makes strong the white corpuscles, and
thus protects and restores the health.
It cures scrofula, eczema, eruptions,
catarrh, rheumatism, anemia, nervous
ness, that tired feeling, dyspepsia, loss
of appetite, general debility and builds
up the whole system.
Get it todov In the usual liquid form or la
chocolated tablet form called Sarsatalw.
as ho had come to El Paso from Dem-
ing on tho Pullman observation car.
C. L. EJlIlnsrton. 705 Magorfln. Tsi. 1489
painting, paperhanging. decorating. -
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital. Stanton and Wyoming.
Ripe olives art the nicest spring deli
cacy you can have on your table. We
have some that are very delicious, 35
cents in pint.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Boys See 'Phone Exchange.
Fourteen T. M. C. A. boys, with
Charles Brown, boys' work director,
visited the automatic telephone ex
change this morning. They went to sec
the wheels go around.
Two carloads of Maxwell automobiles
have arrived for Rader and Alexander
We wish to express our sincere ap
preciation for the many kind thoughts
expressed in our bereavement.
John Sorenson and Family.
Mrs. Blake Roach.
Mrs- George Franklin.
Dr. Willis R. Smith, Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building.
Training: for Circus.
Some 50 men are now in training for
the big Y'. M. C. A. circus to be pulled
off in the "gym" later in the spring.
When we say fresh shrimps we mean
it. There's a great difference in shrimp.
Try a pint of ours, only 25 cents.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Free Christian Science Lecture.
A free "lecture will be given for Sec
ond Church of Christ, Scientist, of this
city Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock at
the El Paso theater, by Miss Mary
Brookins of the Christian Science board
of lectureship, of Boston. Mass.
Miss Brookins was for a number of
years a teacher In the public schools of
Chicago and is a very interesting
Christian Science lectures are educa
tional in character and serve to cor
rect erroneous impressions gained from
wrong statements on the subject.
The public is most cordially -invited
to attend this lecture. It is free to all
and no tickets are necessary.
A musical program will be given for
about thirty minutes before the lec
ture and for the occasion the El Paso
Piano company has very courteously
furnished a Harvard piano.
Notice to the Public.
No person is authorized to collect sub
scription or solicit advertising for the
Labor Advocate but the undersigned in
Henry M. Walker.
CITY CUT TJP FOR
(Continued from Page One.)
now too late to do anything toward
changing them, he states. The letter
suggests that the business men take
up the matter at once, and df possible
effect a change, or at least have ""V
enumerator in the thinly populated dis
tricts to assist those n the thickly
populated portions of the city.
Mayor Expresses Opinion.
Mayor Sweeney said this morning
that the enumeration districts had been
carefully mapped out, the peculiar con
ditions existing here being taken into
consideration. The voting- Jists were
used and with the assistance of the
city clerk and the county clerk tha dis
tricts mapped off and data prepared
bs which the enumerators could not
fail to understand their district limits.
"The facts are these," the mayor said
this morning. "Judge Littler wrote to
me and I took it up with the newspa
pers about getting enumerators for the
census work. I took up the matter of
arranging the districts with Percy Mc
Ghee, the city clerk, and Park Pitman,
the county clerk. We went over the
population of the city by means of the
voting lists and divided the population
as nearly as possible into districts hav
ing the same population.
"The city was first segregated into
24 districts, then judge Littler said we
were entitled to two additional enumer
ators. The precincts north of the tracks
were made small. One precinct was
made to cover the hill territory from
the reservoir through to Mount Frank- j
Man to Supervise Work.
"The other precincts were mapped
out with the assistance of the voting
lists and with a view of getting an
equal division of the population as pos
sible. The Mexican population was ar
ranged in districts, so that Spanish
speaking enumerators could be assign
ed to these districts.
"I called for applicants and when the
blanks that were sent me were exhaust
ed I asked permission of judge Littler
Ardoin's big meat sale continues un
til 9 oclock tonight and you get the
very finest meats for little money.
Stetter & Schneider's big meat sale
will continue until 9 oclock tonight.
Visit this market. It will save money.
New ripe olives, Very healthful and
palatable, 35 cents a pint. Jackson's.
Fresh garden vegetables in refriger
ator glass cases, away from the files,
dust, dirt, etc. Jackson's.
The best meats on special sale at
Stetter & Schneider's tonight. Special
price on home rendered lard.
Jackson's delicatessen presents a very
Lenten appearance. Come in and see.
Shrimp salad is good, we have the
fresh shrimp, 25 cents a pint. Jack
son's. ' y
Get etra m. honv dressed poultry
at Ardoin's tonight for the Sunday dinner.
ThifiQs in the Shoos
j Of 100 Odd
Pieces of I
Here is a partial list, i
Come and see for 1
One only, Morris chair in imitation
leather, goMen oak frame, worth.
$8.00; clean up
One only, Bed Davenport, worth
35.00; clean up rtO Q(
price, only VOeOO
One only, Set Mission Dining
Ohaiis, 5 "chairs and one arm chair,
genuine leather seat; set worth
?32.50; clean up
One onlv, Mahogany Parlor Suit,
loose cushions, silk velour, worth
?45.00; clean up
One only, Mission Buffet, solid oak
French pla'te mirror full length:
of top worth $25. 1g Af
clean up price PJLOTrU
Children's high chairs like cut;
cane seat, golden oak, nicely fin
ished; worth 2.00. Plenty of
them at A - Qf-
onlv A. oJJ
N. Stanton St.
to Issue admission cards to the exam
ination, in order to get enough compe
tent applicants -to take the census. I
also asked judge Littler to name a man
who would serve as supervisor of the
work here in El Paso, and understand
this ia to be done.
"The precincts were mapped out very
carefully, and I am satisfied that the
districts are as equally divided as It
would be possible to arrange them In
Sunflower eggs are always good
eggs. That's why we sell them. Jack
son's. Ardoin's market is growing mora
popular each week on account of giv
ing the people better meat for less
money than any other market. New
customers are made every day and tney
are siven the same attention day in and
day out as they received the first
time. Courteous treatment is some
thing that every customer is entitled
to and It Is something that everyone
gets at Ardoin's.
If you wiH telephone your orders to
Stetter & Schneider's for meats you will
get the choicest and best. Try it once.
When you want something that Is bet
ter than any other kind just order Ar
doin's 'Sunny Side Special" butter for
Remember that Jf you go to Ardoin's
market for your vegetables and fruits
you get the freshest and bejt at the