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Las Cruces and the Mesilla Valley
OFFER 27 SITES
Las Cruces, N. 3L, Nov. 10. Twecty
eeven sites have been offered to the
government for the new postoffice and
federal building, and James C. Flam,
who was here to look over the loca
tions, was kept busy all day Tuesday
and Wednesday, visiting the various
Sir Plant stated that the govern
ment preferred a lo'cation on the main
street of any town as a rule, but thit
of course- other things entered into tho
selecion, especially in a town of the
size of Las Cruces -
Mr. Plant left last night for "El
Paso, where he will remain for a day
or two and then go to Tucson, Ariz.
FODS TO BE RAISED FOR
EXHIBITS AT THE lA'D SHOW.
Las Cruces, N. 1L, Nov. 10. The
Mesilla Valley chamber of commerce
met with H. B. Hening, secretary of
the New Mexico bureau of immigration
to further consider this valley's ex
hibit at the land and irrigation show
4n Chicago this month. It was agreed
that this community should raise the
sum of $250 for defraying the expenses
of sending the exhibit and the presi
dent of the chamber was authorized to
jappolnt a committee to raise the neces
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COLLEG-E BOYS ARE
ELATED OVER GAME
Agricultural College, N. M., Nov. 1 0.
The football men were jubilant when
they found out for sure that they woull
get to play a game with the University
of Arizona at Tucson and play the
game on Friday. After the XT. of A.
game the college team will return by
way of El Paso, where the second elev
en will play a returs -rame -villi the
"Rl V.isn W.rh sphnnV f
Prof. George Kyle jjav an instruct
ive and helpful talk .o the Y. M. C. A.
members on the subject of "Habit." He
said that hubit was one -f the jr"eatcst
forces which go to make up our lives.
Asked by president Campbell for a j
report from the financial committee J
appointed last week to cravass the
student body and facultv- members for
money to bring the Roswell M., I. team
here Thanksgiving, Briggs. chairman,
stated, that they had met witn musual
success in their efforts, ani thut
enough money was in sight already to
guarantee the expenses of bringing the
team. He stated that Las Cruces was
already boosting the proposition, and
that under the leadership of L. "W. '
Case the committee up .awn wouh?
soon have a good sum put up.
This game was to be played in "TCI
Paso, but the extra expense of charter
ing a train seemed inadvisable, as
many of the students -wouW nave to
miss the game.
The management of the Swastika,
the college annual, is already pre
paring for the arduous task before
It. The 'junior class of the college
edits the book each year. John Hag
gart is the editor, and Olaf "Windsor,
the business manager. The junior class
requested that the sophomore class
elect an assistant to the editor and the
manager. Bausman and Krueger were
The Young Women's Christian asso
ciation of the college will hold a fair
next Saturday night with all sorts of
amusements. Committees have been
appointed to look after certain depart
ments. Ernest Archer, of Pirtleville, Arizo
na, is among the latest students to en
ter school here.
1 TO LAST TWO DAYS
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 10. Friday
and Saturday, November 18 and 19,
are the days when all farmers within
a radius of 100 miles are invited by
the merchants of Las Cruces fo bring
samples of their produce to this city
to compete for prizes. A purse has
been made up and merchandise to a
considerable value in the aggregate
has been donated by the business men.
There will be prizes offered for farm,
garden, livestock, women's work, poul
try and machinery exhibits and these
exhibits, from present indications, will
be good ones. The affair is under the
auspices of the Las Cruces Citizen.
Committees have been appointed and
all members will meef tomorrow even
ing at the office of the Campbell-Henry
Realty company at 7:30 oclock to com
plete the arrangements. '
The Las Cruces fire department will
make an exhibition run to a miniature
burning house, the National Guard and
the Agricultural cadets will go through
military maneuvers, there will be a
concert each night by the Las Cruces
band, and the affair will wind up with
a genuine old-fashioned "barn dance"
at the armory. The Overland Auto
Sales company's garage will be used
as the exposition hall and the lots
adjoining will "be used for exhibiting
IiAS CRUCES PERSONAIiS
AXD MINOR HAPPENINGS
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 10. Henry
Stoes is seriously 111 at his home, the
result of a hurt received i while playing
with his children. In some hanner he
received a blow which causd sevsre
Ralph E. French, who has been qui:e
ill for several weelcs, is at last on the
convalescent list and will soon be abla
to leave the house.
Aztec lodge No. 3, A F. & A. M., held
a regular meeting at the Masonic hall
tThe Elks have appointed a Christ
mas cheer committee with Robert
Dross as chairman to perfect plans for
a big Christmas tree to be given to
the poor children of the city, and also
to arrange for a Christmas tree aad
entertainment for the children of the
members of the lodge.
Arrangements have been perfected by
which the Elks will have the Ernest
Gamble Concert company here at some
date in February, the proceeds from
which will be applied on the fund for
the new club and lodge hall.
EL PASOANS TO BUY SITE:
IAS CRUCES TO BUILD ROAO
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 10. Yester
day afternoon there was another meet
ing of the commercial club to discuss
with Messrs. Sinks and Wilson, of El
Paso, the matter of the sanitarium
which they propose to build. Thes3
men stated that they were pre
pared to invest $100,000 in such an en
terprise provided a site was furnished
1 them- They also made another propj
i sition to the effect that they would
1 buy or secure thV site it. the people
) of this valley would agree tc-vconstruct
a good road from Las' Cruces" to the
It was finally settled-that the pro
moters should bus their own site ami
Las Cruces would build the road to it.
FOR THREE ROADS
Las' Cruces, X. M., Nov. 10. The
board of county commissioners met in
special session at the court house, R.
Nietzschmann, chairman; J. F. Nevares,
deputj' probate clerk, and Francisco
Jaramillo, being present. A petition
was presented asking that roads be
opened on the west side of the Rio
Grande on the section lines running
east and west between sections 11 and
14, 10 and 15, 9 and 16, 8 and 17; also
on the half section line running north
and south through section 14, all in
township 19, range 3 west, and thence
to connect with the proposed bridge
across the Rio Grande below the pres
ent railroad bridge at Rincon. The
board appointed as viewers Epifanio
Benavidas, of Las Cruces. and Santos
Alvarez and Francisco Lodesma, of
Dona Ana, the road to be viewed and
marked out on November 17.
In the matter of the road from the
Rincon bridge to Hatch station, Au
gust Schenck, of Las Cruces, was ap
pointed to take the place of Elias
Speare on the committee appointed to
view tho road and November 17 was
set as the day. for the viewing and
CRUCES CIVIC LEAGUE
OX SUNDAY CLOSING.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 10. At a
meeting of the Mesilla Valley Civic
league statement was made of its po
sition on Sunday closing:
"The members believe that enforce
ment of the Sunday law, as long as
the law is on the statute books, falls
within tftoJ purpose of this league,"
savs the statement.
''The Civic league at no time has
made request upon the authorities to
close any particular business, but has
uniformly maintained the position that
all Infractions of the law should be
stopped, and we believe that the right
thinking citizens of this community
will agree that as long as the law is
on the statute books it should be en
forced." LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Nov.. 10. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed in the office of pis
probate clerk of Dona Ana county:
Martin Howard Peterson and wife
to Harry H Houston and wife, war
,-ot,it dPPil to lots 9. 10, 11 ana 12,
block ' 13. Peterson place addition to
Las Cruces, ?S00. v
Fletcher Jackson to Lafayette Clapu,
Rincon, quit claim deed to a tract of
land 2575 by S91 by 2411 by 872 feet
on College Hill road, two miles south
east of Las Cruces, SI and other valu
Mary J. Bryan. El Paso, to Hira-n
Lake, Sewickley, Pa,, warranty deed
to 2S.773 acres of land lying west of
and adjoining the Schneider and Wil
lis ranch, about three miles northwest
of Las Cruces, $1.
L. H. Vauderwerf, El Paso, to Har
ry H. Yamakami, Pueblo, Colo., war
rantv deed to lots 2S to 31, both in
clusive, block 76. Miller's Washington
Park addition to Las Cruces, $1 and
other valuable considerations.
L. H. Vanderwerf, El Paso, to S.
Yanazawa Pueblo, Colo., warranty
deed to lots 11 and 12, block .76, Mil
ler's Washington Park additioi to Las
Cruces, $1 and other valuable con
J. T. Miller to Willis J. Launder,
St. Joseph, Mo., warranty deed to lota
43 and 44, block 62, Miller's addition
to Las Cruces, $1 and other valuable
The Sunshine Valley company of
New Mexico to N. B. Norton and Roy
Norton, warranty deed to lots 13, J 4,
15, 16 and 17, block 21 of the Mesa
Heights addition to Las Cruces, $125.
William Moeller, A. Krakauer. W.
B- Latta and J. A. Happer, of P'l
Paso to J- D. Haley, warranty deed
to lots 30, 31 and 32f block 98 of the
Altura Park addition to Mesilla Parle,
Frank T. French and wife to Martin i
Lehman, warranty deed to a house and
lot on Main street in Las, Cruces S40U0.
Wills Filed for Probate. v
The last will and testament of Stove
Severe, deceased, of Chamberlno, was
approved and allowed and Antonio Las
sich appointed as executor of the es
tate. The last will and testament of Maria
Colmenero de Marquez, deceased," was
B. E. Sampson presented his ,inal
account and report as guardian of
Violetta Sampson and Helen N. Samp
The final account and report of
Desiderio Lopez, guardian of Fran
cisco Romero, was approved and the
November 3, a daughter was born to
Jose Vasquez and wife at Las Cruces.
October 15, a son was born to
Manuel Barasa and ' wife at Mesilla.
November 8, a son was born to E.
Burt Bray and wife at Las Cruces.
Marrlapre License Issued.
Tomas Medina, aged JH years, aed
Sarita Apodaca, aged lo years, both of
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TInable to explain why they had a
box of surgical instruments which they
were trying to pawn on South El Paso
street for $1, Cipiano Felix and Fran
cisco Valaez were fined $10 each in
police court "Wednesday afternoon.
J. H. Henning, a Roswell, N. AI..
fruit grower, is in the city visitiag
with his sister, Mrs. C. T. Race.
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CHECK IS "FOR
Defendant Says He Sent the
Check to Welsch for Serv
ices at Corpus Christi..
For ''services rendered McEIwee," is
the reason whj' a check for $26 was last
March sent to Henry Welsch, then a
member of the El Paso school board, by
the Texas Seating" company, of Ft.
"Worth, of which A. M. McEIwee is presi
dent. The reason was brought tut at
the hearing of the case of McEIwee
TVednesda3' afternoon in the ?4th district
court, when he was called to answer to
an indictment charging him with offer
ing to bribe an oficer.
The reason is set down in the ledger
of the Texas Seating company pn a
page devoted to the account of Hew
Welsch, and bears .the date of May 31,
1909. Incidental 13 the reason was quali
fied at the hearing of the case b3- the
statement that the services were ren
dered at Corpus Christi.
Although not brought out at tho
hearing, it developed that McEIwee. at
Corpus Christi in May, 1909, was "a
candidate and was elected state deputA"
of the Knights of Columbus, and that
AVelsch, a delegate from El Paso, op
An Instructed Verdict.
McEIwee, however, was acquitted Wed-nesda3-
afternoon, judge Harper sustain
ing the demurrer offered by the defence
at the close of the state's testimony.
The demurrer recited that the state had
failed to connect McEIwee with offering
a bribe, and that no case had been made.
The defence did not have to put a wdt'
r.ess on the stand..
The inabilit3" of district attorney
Howe to locate H. K. Westlake, formerly
connected with the Texas Seating com
pany, is in a measure responsible for the
court sustaining the defendant's demur
rer, Mr. Howe declares.
At the hearing of the case Wednesda3',
J. H. Harper, a school trustee, testified
for the state that Henrv Welsch was in
1908 a member of the school board, and '
of the external committee of the board, j
He also stated that on Aug. IS. 1908, I
the external committee and the school I
beard purchased some school seats; that
A. M. McEIwee .was in the cit3r and was
a bidder for the contract, which amount
ed to about $2000, and that the bid of
the Texas Seating eompam represented
bT Mr. McEhvee, was accepted.
Company Employes Testify.
n. v. ieunisxrom, manager or the
lexas beating company, was the next
witness for the state. He identified the
S26 check sent to El Paso and stated.
that it bore his signature. As to writ-
ing the check, Mr. Leuthstrom stated:
"I was instructed to draw it bv Mr.
Continuing. Mr. Leuthstrom said: ,iMr.
McEIwee told me- the check for Mr.
Welsch was for services rendered him
at Corpus Christi."
The check was submitted to the jury.
The ledger of the Texas Seating com
pan3 was then produced and on one
page, accorddng to -Mr. Leufchstrom's
testimony was ''ADVy 31, 1909, services
rendered McEIwee, $26." j
T. T. McDonald, a stenographer em- i
pkn-ed b3r the Texas Seating company,
wa-g the next witness. He stated that
he Itad not written the letter accom-
paining the $26 check which was sent j
to x.i 'aso, out xiiat rne letter was ironi
the office of the Texas Seating com-
Welch on the Stand.
E. B. Welch was the next witness and
he identified the letter and envelope as
rpceived hv him n coin TnTm-nvnrKr -frfm 9fi !
-. . TT r j-". "" M "
ciicck, WHICH is in tne possession oi the
jury, and which resulted in the indict
ment. The letter bears the signature of H.
E. Westlake, who was in February,
employed bv the Texas Seating com-"
pany, but has since left the company
and cannot be found.
Following the' instructed acquittal,
neither Mr. McEIwee nor his attorne3s
ers Cherry Pectoral
Opens Nov. 5; Closes Nov. 20, 1910
Greatest Agricultural, Live" Stock and Ma
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$5O,00O--In Prizes and Pranmms--$5Q?00G
Mexico's Great Exhibit will occupy 8000 square feet
Music by the celebrated Zapadores Military Band of
Mexico and the San Antonio Band
Seven horse races each dav.
Air Ship and Aeroplane contests every day.
Twenty-five of the best Midway Shows in Texas.
Automobile Races on the fastest track in the World
The Largest Bench Show ever held in the South.
Football, Motorcycle Races and other Athletic
The Great Tyrolean Alps Troupe of Singers.
High-Class Free Vaudeville Shows daily.
Horse Show last Three lights of the Fail-.
Low Railroad Rates from all Points in Texas and Mexico
J. M. YAjSTCE, SecV. YORIES P. BROWN, Pres.
would discuss the case or assign a reason
whv a check for $2G was sent to "Mr.
Welsch. Mr. Welseh will not accept the
check, whic his in the possession of the
district clerk. It is drawn on the ac
count of the Texas Seating company.
Mr. W e ?j, in statements to Ki Paso
county officials, denies aii3r knowledge
as to wli3' the check should have been
made paj'a'ble to him.
NEW THEATER PLANNED BY
J. D. WALKER FOR CARLSBAD
Carlsbad, X. M., Nov. 10. J. D.
Walker, of the firm of Walker & Bunch,
is negotiating for the property on Main
street on which he purposes to erect a
two stor3' building, the front portion of
which will be arranged for small sales,
rooms on the main floor, with office
suites upstairs. The rear portion of the
building on the ground floor, extending
back the full length of the lot will be
converted into a theater. The auditorium
will have -a seating eapacit3 of about
700 with, a gallerj' encircling the second
floor which will add about 200 mere.
John (.. Jo3'ce, president of the First
National bank andalso of the Joyce
Pruit company, has returned from an
extended visit" with his mother and
relatives in Tennessee. He reports con
ditions prosperous in that section of the
The hunting party composed of mayor
C. H. McLenathen, his brother Dr. W. H.
McLenathen. of Brooklyn, X. Y., a son
of the latter, Paul McLenathen, Dr. F.
F. Doepp. J. Carl Gordon, George Rob
erts, AA ill Quirey, all of this city, and
'"Snooks" Gordon and Gu; SeitZj both of
Queen, returned from a t?n da-s' hunt
ing trip in the (Juad'iloune mountains.
Thev brought back with "them an abun
dance, of trophies and venison as evidence
of their success. Thev found plent3" of
game. One big buck s head which is now
in the hands of the taxiderniist, showed
12 points on his antlers, which is the
largest one brought in for several sea
An annual hunting party composed ot
Messrs. W. R. Owen, Will Matheson, J.
F. Butler, John CantreU. George liecKett
and C. L. Swain left this week on a deer
linn.f in the Sacramento mountains, 7o
vr Sfl milps northwest of Carlsbad.
Thev expect to -be -gone about two ,
weeks. . , .
The Arethusa society of the Carlsbad
hioh school defeated the Delta society
in"a contest in athletics, oratory and
music, " , .
A. M. Hove, secretar3' of the Water
Users' association, who has been con
fined to his bed for the past ten days,
r reported' as ibeing somewhat 'better
and evpeets to be at his desk again
some dav this week. He suffered a
nervous collapse after a strenuous year a
PECOS TIMES TO PRINT
DAIIjY" edition soon
Pecos, Texas, Nov. 10. J. B. Strick
land, editor and proprietor of the Pe
cos Times, which has been published
as a weekly newspaper, made the an-
nouncement today that he would begin
the publication of a daily afternoon
ne,VSDaDer in Pecos next
non-cn-inur in Pecos next week. The
j name of the paper will be "The Pecos
j raily Times," and his present plan is
. wici, o tu. nnhimn trht nacre
j journal. He will probably use the
Texas News service afternoon dis
patches. STRAY BULLET HITS MAN,
WAS INTENDED FOR A DOG
Belen. N. XL, Nov. 10. While return
ing to his home at night, Henrj- Abel,
a Santa Fe railroad engineer, wap shot
in the abdomen by a stray bullet.
James Monica is saTd to have been try
irnr to Wll a dos: when the bullet
: o-inTipprf off and hit Abel, who is in a
serious condition, in an Albuquerque
PUSHING SEWER WORK;
MAY COXDE3IN DITCH
Albuquerque, X. M., Nov. 10. The
new Albuquerque sewer will be com
pleted by March 1, 1911.
The city attorney has been authoriz
ed to institute condemnation proceed
ings airainst the Barela irrigation
to have it abolished. This ditch runs
tVimno-Vi thofrhnin i-of o-f tYio. itir
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KELLEY QUITS BIS3EE
PAPER FOR CAL.IFORXI V
Bisbee. Ariz., Nov. 10. "W. B. Kelley,
manager of the Bisbee Review, has
severed his connection with the State
Consolidated Publishing company, pub
lishers of the Bisbee Review, Tucson
Star and Douglas International, and
will move to California.
ARTISTS OF NOTE GO TO
VIEW THE GRAND CANYON
Albuquerque, N. M., Nov. 10. xV party
cf prominent artists passed through
here en route to the Grand Canyon,
accompanied by H. W. Simpson, head
of the Santa Fe advertising depart
ment. In the company were Elliott Dan
gerfield, Dr. Thomas Moran, E. H. Pott
harst, Francis B. William, De Witt
Parshall and Mrs. George Stevens.
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