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Wednesday March 16, 3910.
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"Coin of tke ResUm"
Will put apaJr of
on your feet
If you will bring your foot
said the $4.60 to us.
Always For Satisfaciioa
IN BIG- MALL
Power, But Repair Cost
Considerable attention Is being- paid
by railway companies to the ilallet lo
ronictivo, and in view of the fact that
the Cr. li. has ordered 10 for use on the
El Paso division, interest in the big
engines has increased among the rail
road men of west Texas.
TVhen it is claimed, or even suggested,
states a railway publication, that a
2Iallet articulated compound locomotive
can bemaintained as cheaply as an or
dinary simple engine of half its ca
pacity, tho statement must be attributed
to enthusiasm or ignorance. It Is, to
all intents and purposes, as far as re
pairs are concerned, two complete and
independent locomotives, with the ex-
cepiioa-pf. the boiler. Tire savlngrin re
pairs on two boilers" is offset by the
expense fori the extra parts, such as
jointed receiver and low pressure ex
haust pipes.' To put the matter defi
nitely, it costs about 23 cents a mile for
repairs on heavy Mallets as compared
with from 7 to 10 cents for consolida
tions of Jess than half the tractive pow
er and they are out of commission from
20 to 25 percent of the time.
Still, they are economical where a
heavy power is required, and they can
be made to take the place of two light
er engines. They cut the wages in two,
and the compound feature effects a
saving in coal of from 15 to 20 percent
per horse power produced; the repairs
drop to about 2 cents per 1000 ton miles.
instead of 3.5 cents with heavy consoli
dations. Mallet locomotives are capable of
making from 30.000 to 40,000 miles be
tween general repairs, and in some in
stances the latter figure has been ex
ceeded. The internal resistances of the engine
are somewhat higher than those of the
ordinary types. A Mallet locomotive
will not drift down a 1 percent grade.
An Atlantic would attain a high speed
in such a place and a consolidation
would run faster than would be allow
able; whereas steam must be used with
the Mallet in order to get down at all.
TKIXK SOUTHWESTERN IS
AFTER TttCSOX TER3IIX.IL.
Whether or not the recent visit of
Walter Douglas to Tucson has any con
nection with the proposed extension, at
present, of the E. P. & S. W. to that
place, is the question being generally
discussed in the Arizona city.
It has been stated that the visit of
Mr. Douglas was for the purpose of de
termining upon the best entrance into
the city.. It isalso reported that the
Southwestern has an option on prop
erty which would be used for station
KANSAS OFFICIALS PERMIT
RAILROAD STOCK ISSUE
Topeka, Ivans., March 16. The board
of railroad commissioners yesterday
granted to the Gulf ad Northwestern
Railway company, a corporation financed
by fanmers and stockmen of western
Kansas, permission to float its securi
ties. The road will run from Oklahoma
City, Okla., to Sterling, Colo., travers
ing from the north to the south the
counties of western Kansas. The com-,
pany is authorized to Issue a million and
a gi enameled
III SLiSl li J USt
Get Ready for, the
The hot, sultry sunnier days will Be here before
you are prepared for th :m unless you begin making
preparations right now.
Nothing adds more to the comfort of the house
wife, the children and the husband, nothing insures
better health for the entire family than a really good
There are good, fair, and poor refrigerators, just
like anything else. There are sanitary and unsani
tary refrigerators. There are refrigerators that
"eat ice" and some that make your ice bills small.
You'll find all the bad features " eliminated in the
WHITE ENAMELED line.
We have just received a carload and buying in
such quantities permits us to save you money. Call
and let us show you this line of refrigerators and
show you how little it requires to buy a really good
216, 218 San Antonio Street
THE teeth are injured more
by neglect than from
any other cause. Thoroughly
brush them every day with
r. Lyon s
Toot It Powder
and they will be cleansed,
preserved and beauti
fied. It neutralizes mouth
acids and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
LAS CRUCES AND
LA MESA WOMEN
WORK ON PARK
Trees Will Be Planted and
Square Seeded La Mesa
La Mesa. X. M., March 16. TVork has
been started on the Roosevelt square,
and in a nveek's time the women hope to
hare the trees planted and the park
The TVest Side Literary club met Tvith
Mrs. Abba Linn. Mrs, F. S. Jones "was
The Junior Guild neid a call meet
ing to arrange Tor tne regular Satur
El Paso visitors this -week were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. D- Potter, B. Jj Viljoen, J.
R. Lindsay and daughter, Louise.
"W. D. Tipton anade a trip here.
W. C. Mead has returned from El
Paso, "where he west for anedical (treat
ment. F. H. White went to Las Cruces.
S. B. Reese, from California, spent
several days -with his brother, h! Reese.
Corin Mundy has returned after
spending several days with her parents
Miss Bowersox has returned to her
home In WItchita Falls, after spending
several weeks with friends and relatives
Miss Katie Herron has been appointed
teacher at San Miguel to fill the vacancv
! made by the resignation of Miss Reeves,
i Mrs. A. D. Colquitt has returned from
Marfa, Tex., where she has been visit
ing for the past few weeks.
Mrs. A. R. Herron has returned to her
home in Las Cruces accompanied bv
Mrs. L. White.
a half in stock to equal the amount of
COACH CLEAXER IXJURED
IX STATIOX YARDS.
Hosea Garcia, a coach cleaner employ
ed by the G. H. in the union station
yards, was knocked down this morning
by a train of cars pushed by a South
western switch engine. The Mexican's
head hit one of the rails hut he was not
seriously injured as he did not think It
necessary to go to the hospital.
It is thought he did not see the ap
STATION" MASTER ILI,.
John Mershon, station onaster at the
union station, was taken to his home
in a carriage this morning. He has been
ill for several days and Is threatened
C. T. Bunts, gateman. will act as sta
tion master during Mr. Mershon's ab
sence. H. J. Rose, a baggageman, will
be on the gate.
GET RAILROAD CONCESSION". '
granted to William P. WoocT for the deed lofe 11 2 & 13 in Mode 20,
nr,1C-4-.-,,n -m ; 1! . I rff flllfr,,C VilsTllnCrfyTl PotI- nUlinn .
i-i'uiiii utuuu jl u. vjuiiiietjLiiiu line ue- - .. ..ewu .uua. uuvubiuii,
tween Mexico City and Merida Yucatan, i consideration 51,o00; dated - Dec. 15,
me proposed road will run through the lyoy.
states of Chipias, Tabasco, Campeche
and Yucatan, from Santa Lucretia, in
the state of Vera Cruz.
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WAID INVESTIGATES WRECK.
Superintendent Waid, of the G. H.. ia
near Del Rio to investigate the sudden
rolling from the track of four oil tank i TVesbmont Heights addition:: considera-
cars The wreck occurred near the via- j tion $10 r dated March 14, 1910.
duct over the Pecos river, j D fo John'AIorgan war.
heavy tourist travel. rantr deed to lots 23. 24, 25, 26 and
No. 9 on the G. H. carried three extra 27, in blcck 40. of Wesfcinont Heights
coaehes this morning for the accommo- i addition; consideration $50; dated
dation of tourists. March 14, 1910.
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LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. 1L, March 16. Tihe
following deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed with the recorder of
Dona Ana county:
R. F. Dye to T. H. Douglas, warranty
J. D. Wollett to Geo- H. Prior jr.. war
ranty deed to lots 12 and 13, in block
2S, of Westanont Heights addition; con
sideration $20; dated March 14, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to John M". Raymond.
warranty deed to lot 3, in block 40, of
(warranty deed to lot 4. in block 40, of
HORD BACK AT STATION.
in aora. a union station policeman tt-.,4- tt;t aa;i;. ,
has returned to work. He has been off ,. A TV 5 r T1T1' i a
duty the past week as a result of having tl0n ' dated March 14, 1910.
contracted the measles. He lost 35 Josefa A. de A illasenor to Andreas F.
in weight during his illness. Apodaca. quit claim 'deed to a tract of
j land, area 23 by 50 varas; consideration
ABOUT railroad people. SI; dated March 9. 1910.
Jose Vjllasenor et al. to Isabel V. de i Addition; consideration $1.00 and other
ujiusiiter ui vi . Earela, warranty deed to an undivided valuables: dated March 9, 1910.
! L. H. Vanderwerf to XV. P. Willman.
parcel of land, area 23 by 50 varas-; con- warranty deed to lots 21 and 22 in block
sideration $1; dated February 24. 1910. 3 of Millers Washington Park addl-
Kot because it is Sarsaparilfa,
but because it is a medicine of
peculiar merit, composed of more
than twenty different remedial
agents effecting phenomena!
cures of "croubles of the blood,
stomach, iiver and bowefs.
Thus Hood's Sarsaparilla cures scrof
ula, eczema, anemia, catarrh, nervous
ness, that tired feeling, dyspepsia, loss
of appetite, and builds up the system.
Gat it today in tfco nsnul liquid form or in
chocolated tablet form called Sarsatebs.
Park addition. Consideration $1 and
other valuables. Dated March 7, 1910.
L. M. McCrummen et ux to J. M.
Langford, warrants deed to the north
west quarter of the southeast quarter
an dlots 4 and G of section 27, town
ship 26 south, range 3 each, N. M. if.
M., containing 100 acres, and also a
portion of lot 3 of same section 27, con
taining 4 acres. Consideration $14,
825. Dated November 30, 1909.
L. M. McCrummen et ux to J M.
Langford warrantj deed to lot 5 of 'sec
tion 27 township 26, south, range 3 each,
containing 4fe acres. Consideration
675. Dated November 30, 1909.
L. 11. McCrummen et ux to J. M.
Langford quit claim deed to a portion
of sectio n27, township 26 south, range
3 east, lying in a strip west of the
south pact of lot 3, aill of lots 4 and
5 of said section. Consideration $1.
Dated November 30, 1909.
C. W. Moore et ux to H. Van Alven,
warranty deed to lots 6, 7 and 8 In
block 2 of Central Park tract, consider
ation ?45; dated March 5, 1910.
United States of America to Julio
Guerrero grant deed to the northeast
L quarter of section 30, township 25, south
range 3 east, containing 160 acres;
dated Feb. 23, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to W. E. Leigh,
warranty deed to lots 12, 13, 14, and 15
in block 36 of Miller's Washington Park
addition; consideration $1 and other
valuables; dated Feb. 7, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Lawrence Spiess,
warranty deed to lots 45, 46, 47 and
48 .in block 7 of Miller's Washington
Park addition; consideration 1 and,
other valuables; dated Feb. 21, 1910
L. H. Vanderwerf to N. W. Jones,
warranty deed to lots 33, 34, 35 and 36
in block 55 of Miller's Washington
park addition; consideration 1.00 and
other valuables; dated March 14, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to George W. Mon
tieth, warranty deed to lots 27 and 2?
in block 55 of Miller's Washington Park
addition; consideration $1.00 and other
valuables; dated March 9, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to S. Paynor, war
ranty deed to lots 31 and 32 in block
55 of Miller's Washington Park addi
tion; consideration $1 and other valu
ables; dated March 14, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to ' J- L. Murray,
warranty deed to lots 37, 38, 39, 40, 41
and 4! in block 55 of Miller's Washing
ton Park addition; consideration $1.00
and other valuables; dated March 1
L. H. Vanderwerf-to J. Li Lagrone,
warranty deed to lots 10, 11, 12 and 13
in block 71 of Miller's Washington
Park addition, consideration $1.00 and
other valuables; dated March 3, 1910.
L H. Vanderwerf to W. H. Anderson
warranty deed to lots 13 and 14 in
block 27 of Miller's Washington Park
president McCormick of the Southern two-thirds interest in and to a lot or
passea tnrougn ji
Pacific, passed through El Paso this
morning on her -way to San Francisco,
John Stein, of Las Vegas, district su
perintendent for the Harvey system, is
in El Paso.
Royston J- Hughes, timekeeper in the
office of superintendent Waid of the
G H.. has returned to work. He has
been ill for several days.
Cecil P. Hosteller, commercial agent
for the K.C, M. & O.. has returned
from Rincon, where he spent several
L. H. Vanderwerf to Z. H. Pannell jr..
warranty deed tvlots 43 and 44, in block
77, of Miller's Washington Park addi
tion; consideration $1 .and other vahi-
ables; dated 31arch 7, 1910.
j Ysabel B. de Barela et al. to Andreas
F. Apodaca, warranty deed to a parcel,
of land, area 23 by 50 varas ; considera
tion 200; dated March 5, 1910.
L .H. Vanderwerf to E. D. Pannell
warranty deed to lots 45, 46, 47 and 48
in block 33 of Miller's Washington Park
addition. Consideration $1 and other
Aggressive Cnmpnijrn To Be Inaugural- i valuables. Dated March 7, 1910.
2IISS GARRET SIXGS
FOR A. & 31. STUDENTS
ed During Vacation for Increased
Agricultural College, N M., March 16.
In general assembly Tuesday, Miss
Lizzie Garrett sang several songs. Her
first number was a group of Nevin
songs and she answered the encore with
"The Four Leaf Clover." Then at the
request of Dr. Garrison she sang "In
Sunny Mexico," one of 4ier own compo
sitions. The accompaniment to this song
Is quite characteristic as It gives the ef
fect of a guitar throughout.
An aggressive campaign for new stu
dents is to be made by members of the
faculty during the summer vacation. The
number of students at the college this
year has been about normal, but the new
buildings which have been completed
in the past year or two have so increased
the capacity and equipment of the insti
tution that more students can be accom
modated. The library has moved into new quar
ters, which are much larger and in
which the arrangement is anuch more
perfect for library purposes, and the old
library has been partitioned off into two
large class rooms, which are occupied
by the department of English and mod
ern and ancient languages.
The new boys' dormitor3 with the Y.
M. C. A. building will afford the best
of rooming plades for male students,
and the boarding houses of the commu
nity, as well as the one run in connec
tion with the college are all that could
be asked along this line.
The new agricultural building and the
new main building, known as Kadley
hall. give ample room for department
work. With all this new equipment
completely finished and in smooth run
ning order, it is expected that the next
year will bring a large number of new
students to the institution.
Prof. Lain went to El Paso Tuesday
evening. He will come up to the college
Thursday night, but will return to the
city on Friday and be there until Sunday.
L. H. Vanderwerf to J. A. Townsend
warranty deed to lots 25, 26, 27 and
2S in block 33 of Miller's Washington
Park addition. Consideration $1 and
other valuables. Dated February 19,
L. H. Vanderwerf to J. P. Reems war
ranty deed to lot 16 in block 73 of
Miller's Washington Park addition.
Consideration $1 and other valuables.
Dated February 24, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to J. W. Prince
warranty deed to lots 25, 26, 27 28
and 29 in block 72 of Miller's College
tion; consideration $1.00 and other
valuables; dated March 1, 1910.
Gregorio Barela et als to M. L
O'Hara, warranty deed to a tract of
land, area 65 by 780 varas, considera
tion $510; dated March 7, 1910.
Apolonio Rivera to M. C. O'Hara,
warranty deed to a tract of land situat
ed about two miles southwest of the
towii of Dona Ana, area 65 by 7S0 varas,
consideration $510; dated Nov. 20, 1909.
In re Marcus Burgerot estate, William
B. Murphy files petition as administra
In re Marcus Burgerot. probate judge
De La O grants petition of William B.
Murphy and Issues order. .
Th Paradis of the Pacific
Best irrigated Area In Mexico
Th International Heaity Ganipany of Umm Gify
has bought, and offers for sale, 66,000 acres of the choicest River bottom
alluvium at "BebelamaJ, State of Sinalca, Mexico.
Abundant water from the Sinaloa Kiver is delivered to each, purchaser
at the highest point on his land- Land also fronts on ocean shore and two
harbors afford facilities for ocean transportation by coasting steamers.
Everything- that one can expect to raise in. tha3 latitude can be grown
profitably here. Three crops of some kinds, if desired, and alfalfa, about
Olimate is ideal. Trade -wind tempers summer heat, iwhile nearness to
ocean prevents frost and mean range of temperature is but 30 degrees,
60 to 90 degrees iFaiirenheit. Elevation 20 to 40 feet above sea level.
Property lies about fifteen, miles belpw the Basnoa, or !Naranjo Stations
of the R. Y. C. and Pacific Railway, to which a spur track will be built,
affording the best and lowest rates for freights and fares.
To thoso buying now, these lands will be sold at bed rock price of
$20.00 U. S- Currency per acre, payable in three instalments, one-third
cash, balance in one and two years with 8 per annum interest on deferred
payments. All of the water required for irrigation of each tract will be
furnished by the Bebelama "Vvater Oonrpany at price of f 2.00 U. S. Cur
rency per acre per annum perpetually.
General Henry Ide WiHey, the distinguished Irrigation. Engineer, m his
report upon this project, states that:
"In all respects it presents phenomenally favorable features, nothing
equaling it ihas ever been found by me in all any extensive experience." -.
The land is divided into tracts of about 60 acres area each, or 250x1000
meters, and not less than 30 acres can be bought tin-til the contemplated
Town Sites are segregated.
For information concerning this land apply to
INTERNATIONAL REALTY COMPANY
Mexico, D. F.
Douglas & Eaton on the land, or at Bamoa, Sinaloa, llexico. I
Humboldt Exploration Comrjany, 50 Church Street, Xew York City.
A. P- Coles and Bros., El Paso, Texas, and CoL Allen T. Bird, of "Oasis1
MANY VISITORS AT
DRIPPING SPRINGS RESORT
Las Cruces, X. L, ilareh 16. Maj
Eugene Van Patten has returned from
his regular visit to Dripping Springs,
and reports tihe following visitors: How
ard TVagner, Fred Wagner, Robert Wag
ner, Irs. J. Howard Wagner, Auburn,
Ind-; 3fiss Nellie E. Blickenstaff, Xorth
Itfaneh ester. Ind.; Ghas. E. Berry, Anna
E. Berry. Ohas. H. Berry and Mrs. Miles
Beamer, Smithfield, Ho.; Arthur Fra
ker, E. C. Erdie and Edward Reddig, Me
silla Park; B. D- Hennington, iliss Geo.
Paris. Xew York citv: Bernard Dauh-
erty, Elias Y. Stone, Wabash, Ind.; J. j
31. Smith, Bay Uty, lEch.; J. R. Fora
ker, Galesburg, 111.
LAS CRTJCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Crucesf N. M., March. IS. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotel
"LVm Barnardo: E. W. Catler, St.
Joseph. Mo.; G. G. "Vit.chey, St. Louis;
C. R. Troth, Denver; W. C. Harper,
Grand Rapids, Mich.; H. Cole, El Paso;
K. B. Pallat, El Paso: E. W. Edwards,
El PasS; R. M. Howard, El Paso.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
do the work whenever you require their
aid. These tablets change weakness
into strength, llstlessness into energy,
gloominess into joyousness. Their ac
tion is so gentle one don't realize they
have taken a purgative. Sold by all
Las Crnces Hotel Acrivals.
Las Cruces, N. JJ., March 15. The
following guests are registered at Hotel
Don Barnardo: George Arnot, Albu
querque; H. xj. Myers, Los Angeles; H.
T. Buckley, California; Mrs. M. French,
Baltimore; Col. C. Thorpe, San Fran
cisco; K. L. Fitzpatrick, El Paso; Geo.
T. Jones, El Paso; J. L. Hebbird, El
i BAD STOMACH.
OSCAR SXOW'S FATHER HAS
XARROW ECCAPE IX RUXAWAY
Las Cruces N. M. March 16. Mr.
Snow father of Oscar Snow president
of the First national bank of Las Cruces
had a narrow escape Tuesday afternoon
when his team of ponies ran away with
the buggy in which he and a friena
were driving on Main street.
The pole became detached from the
yoke and fell to the ground which
frightened the team although three of
the tugs came loose the team ran
about two blocks further. Jo damage
was done save the breaking of the
pole in several places.
Your out-of-order Stomach
feels fine five minutes after
taking a little Diapepsin.
There would not be a case of indi
gestion here if readers who are sub
ject to Stomach trouble knew the tre
mendous anti-ferment and digestive
virtue contained in Diapepsin. This
harmless preparation will digest a
heavy meal without the slightest fuss
or discomfort, and relieve the sourest,
acid stomach is five minutes, besides
overcoming all foul, Xauseous odors
from the breath. -
Ask your pharmacist to show you
tho formula plainly printed on each 50
cent case of Pape's Diapepsin. then you
will readily understand why this
promptly cures Indigestion and re
moves such symptoms as Heartburn, a
feeling like a lump of lead In the
stomach, Belching of Gas and Eructa
tions of undigested food, water brash.
Nausea, Headache, Biliousness and
many other bad symptoms; and, be
sides, you will not need laxatives to
keep your stomach, liver and intestines
clean and fresh.
If your Stomach, is sour and full of
gas or your food doesn't digest, and
your meals don't seem to fit, why not
get a 50-cent case'from ybur druggist
and make life worth living? Absolute
relief from Stomach misery and perfect
digestion of anything you eat Is sure to
follow five minutes after, and, besides,
one case is sufficient to cure a whole
family of such trouble.
Surely, a harmless. Inexpensive prep
aration like Diapepsin, which will al
ways, either at daytime or during night,
relieve your stomach misery and digest
your meals, is about as handy and val
uable a thing as you could have in the
Start the S
"With a S
OLDEST AHD STRONGEST
IU DONA ANA COUHTY
Lss G rue S3
LA SCRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, X. M.. March 16. District
attorney Llewellyn is at Chamberino to
day looking after some cases in the
Mrs:. K. P. Porter went down to El J
Paso this forenoon.
Fabian Freudenthal of Solomonville,
Ariz., iturned this morning after a
few days' visiting his brother, Morris.
31iss Emancia Ascarate is visiting
In E! Pao today.
L. E. Iluhle is in El Paso today.
If you install a Gas Eange tMs summer, you
will save money every time that you use it.
You- will also save yourself the bringing in
of fuel and the discomfort of an overheated
kitchen. But if you install a Gras Eange
this month, vou make an additional saving
Until April 1st, Tve offer Gas
Eanges on credit at the cash price.
Ordinarily, vre make a discount of
$3.00 to anyone who pays cash.
"When the really warm weather
, comes, you will have to have a Gas
Eange. "Why not install it the next
two weeks, when by so doing you
can save $3.00?
(The above offer applies to any
flat top Eange in stock.)
The "Ne.w Process Or
A distinct step forward are the "jtfew
Process" or "Cabinet" Gas Eanges.
Stop in the next time you are down
town, and look them over.
LAS CRUCES, K M.
riJANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C SNOW, Prea. CAPT. S. J. WOODHULL, V. Pres. ana Casa.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.
El Paso Gas & Electric
Bell 98, Auto 1098