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L PASO HERALD
Las Cruces and the Mesilla Valley
Already 18 Inches of Snow
on the Mountains of
!Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 15. Ed
ward Redding of El Paso, who is em
ployed by the United States govern
ment in taking: an irrigation census
of New Mexico, has returned to Mesilla
Park from Rio Arriba and San Juan
counties, and expects to leave -within
& few days for the Pecos valley. He
states that the prospects for water
in the Rio Grande for next year are
encouraging; there already having
been 18 inches of snowfall in the
mountain country in the northern part
nf the territory. The rivers of San
Juan county are now carrying a good
supply of water, these rivers being
feeders' for the Rio Grande. Everj
thing is in fine condition in that sec
tion of the country, the farmers have
put their first winter irrigation- on
the lands, and they are now turning
the water loose, so that the Rio Grande
should be carrying considerable water
before the first of the year.
Although the northern counties may
have more water and thereby raise
larger crops of fruit, Mr. Redding
states that there is no comparison be
tween the climate of northern New
Mexico and the Mesilla valley and El
Locate lour Uitice
Fire Proof Vacuum Cleaned
O I SERVICE
3 High Speed Elevators, Best in
285 OFFICES-jALL OUTSIDE
$15.00 to $35.00 ' '
BEADY FEB. loth
Space Can Now Be Reserved.
Horace B. Stevens, AsenL
122 San Francisco St. Phone 121
One of our Xerw Tenants
Brown & Galloway
HEAR BULGIN TONIGHT DISCUSS:
"GOD'S MEASUREMENT OF A MAN"
Chorus Choir 7:30 T Dr. Bulgin at 8:00
i PI ' ! !! itf M ' "
Till' Yu 7ft yur own cigarettes In jfsWsrW
II I Wheat Straw paper, don't you? WifW&
. That's the way we make Old Mill MWwfl
Cigarettes, and we make them of bright iWftF)
Carolina and Virginia tobaccos. It's die uW
blending that gives them that superior x ' xV
flavor to any you can roll yourself. (
Mild, Full end Satisfying )CzM
1 0 for 5c 3111
Texas League baseball pictures and AWcia
a valuable coupon ia each package tMyY'
Old Mill Cigarettes are packed in iMSMW
TINFOIL ' . W
Paso. Mr. Bedding's home Is In El
Paso, where his mother owns property
on San Antonio street. He expects to
pay a visit to the Pass City before
starting on his next trip.
VALLEY RANG-ES G-ET
GOOD, SOAKING RAIN
Las Cruces, N. M, Nov. 15. The
ranges in the vicinity of this city re
ceived a good soaking yesterday which
will be ofl incalculable benefit to stock
and stock growers. The rain started
about S o'clock, and while not lasting
long in the city, the mesa and range
lands, especially to the north and east,
were visited by a downpour.
The rain here was preceded by one
of the worst sand and dust storms of
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS
AXD MINOR HAPPENINGS.
Las Cruces, X. M., Nov. 15. Today
closed the season for hunting' deer in
New Mexico. As far as can be learned
from the reports of the deputy game
warden for this district there have
been only eight deer killed in this sec
tion this season.
Martin Lohman Is having his home
on Main street, which he recently pur-
J chased from F. T. French, repainted
and repaired, and expects to move
into it the last of the month.
The cadets and the students of the
j Agricultural college will be in Las
Cruces on Saturday night in force.
They will have a big parade on ac
count of the harvest carnival and fair,
and will also advertise the Thanks
giving football game betwen the Agri
cultural college and the Roswell Mili
tary Institute. The boys will give the
"serpentine" march on Main street.
TVork was commenced today on the
foundations for the new May block on
Richard S. Allen of Silver City, was
in town yesterday on his way home
from El Paso, where he had a collec
tion of minerals 6n exhibit during the
big fair. Mr. Allen had not been in
Las Cruces for about 20 years and was
very agreeably surprised at the re
markable improvements and the ad
vancement in commercial business
Miss Xattie Shanks has arrived from
Claremont, CaL, and will spend the
winter in Las Cruces. Miss Shanks
was here last winter and was so well
pleased with the climate and the coun
try that she returned for another
GROCERY STORE ROBBED
BY BUNGLING BURGLARS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 15. Freeman
& Walker's grocery store has been
burglarized, the appearance of the
work indicating that it was that of
amateurs. The panels of a rear door
were broken out, the thieves gaining
entrance to a storeroom. They then
broke another door, which admitted
them to another room, from which
they gained access to the "main store.
The cash register was relieved of its
change, amounting to about $11 in
dimes and nickels, all that had been
left in the drawer. It is supposed that
the thieves also took cigars and other
goods of such nature, but it is impos
sible to tell just what the loss on the
So far no clews have been obtained,
other than that the work was that
of amateurs, as evidenced "by the
bungling way in which an entrance
was effected. The burglary was dis
covered by Mr. "Walker, who imme
diately notified the county officers,
and they are now at work trying to
get a line on those who did the work.
IiAS CRUCES GETS SEXATOR
AXD TWO REPRESENTATIVES.
L.as Cruces, N. M., Nov. 15. The ap
portionment of New Iimctco gives Dona
! Ana county one senator and two rep
The judicial district will comprise
Dona Ana, Otero, Lincoln and Torrance
PRESENTED WITH SILVER
SET BY THE HERALD.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 15. Miss
Katherine Bennett was yesterday pre
sented with a beautiful set of silver
ware, valued at 50, by The El Paso
Herald, having secured for that paper
30 new yearly subscribers in Las
' Cruces. Miss Bennett had no trouble
in securing the necessary number of
new subscribers and is immensely
pleased with her present.
FUNERAL OF H. C. HARTLEY
CONDUCTED BY WOODMEN.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 15. EL C.
Hartley of the Las Cruces Tinning and
Plumbing company, who died Saturday
night, was buried yesterday afternoon
under the auspices of the Modern
"Woodmen of America, of which lodge
he was a member. Brief services were
held at the home and the formal serv
ices at the Methodist church.
Mr. Hartley came here a little over
five years ago from New Martinsville,
Ohio, on account of his health. Ho
organized the business with which he
was connected at the time of his death
and built it up. So leaves a wife and
a young daughter.
NEW SIMS RESIDENCE IS
BEING RAPIDLY FINISHED.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 15. The new
Main street home of R. H. Sims, the
receiver of the local United States land
office, Is being rapidly pushed to com
pletion, the roof being almost finished
now. Mr. Sims expects to get Into the
new house by January 1. It is to be
one of the most modern in Las Cruces.
The inside rooms will be paneled, and
the bathroom will have both walls and
floor constructed of porcelain tiling.
The kitchen will have porcelain tiling
on the walls to a height of four feet.
CHURCH WEDDING FOLLOWED
BY DINNER AND RECEPTION.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 15. Mar
garito Duran and Miss Apolonia Mes
tas were united in marriage at the
Catholic church in this city yesterday.
A wedding dinner and reception was
tendered to the newly married couple
and their friends at the home of the
bride's parents. Both the contracting
parties are well known young people
of Las Cruces and will make this their
JjAJiD OFFICE XOTES.
lias Cruces, N. M., Nov. 15. The fol
lowing business has been transacted
at the local United States land office:
Juan Carrejo, Aragon, N. M., appli
cation for northwest quarter section 8,
township 4, south of range 17 west,
containing 160 acres, in the Datil na
"Winifred Ramsey, Deming, for east
half of northeast quarter section 9,
and west half of northwest quarter
section 10, all in township 24, south of
range 10 west, containing 169 acres.
Edwin K. Stalcup, Carrizozo, for
southwest quarter of southeast quarter
section 13, township 14, south of range
9 east, containing 40 acres.
Morris S. "Wheeler, Deming; for south
half of southwest quarter section 13,
township 26, south of range 9 west,
containing 80 acres.
James W. Miller, Deming, for south
west quarter sectlos 5, township 25,
south of range 9 west, containing 160
Donaciano Rael, Aragon, for south
east quarter of southwest quarter sec
tion 1, township 6, south of range 15
west, and southwest quarter of south
west quarter section 6, township 6,
south of range 14 west, containing
James F. Stidham, Hachita, for
southeast quarter of northeast quar
ter, north half of southeast quarter
and northeast quarter of southwest
quarter section 24, township 32, south
of range 17 west, containing 160 acres.
A seven year notice was sent to Ro
man Laicero of T.as Cruces on home
stead entry No. 4008, for lots 3 and
4, in south half of northwest quarter
section 4, township 20, south of range
5 east, containing 159.60 acres.
3Iincral Adverse Claim.
Richard S. Allen, Silver City, has
filed an adverse claim against the
Homestake Lode mining claim in the
Central mining district of Grant coun
ty, on survey No. 1417, containing
19.256 acres. The same was rejected
on account of the fact that the claim
was not filed during the 60 day period
Desert Land Entries.
Mary T. Metcalfe, Mangus Springs,
has filed application for the south
east quarter section 15, township 23,
south of range 9 west, containing 160
Sigmund Land, Deming, for west
half section 35, township 25, south of
range 9 west, containing 320 acres.
An expiration notice ha3 been sent
to Clinton B. Llewellyn, Las Cruces, on
application made January 14, lOOlfor
west half of southeast quarter 'and
southwest quarter section 28, township
12, south of range 7 east, containing
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 15. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed in the office of the
probate clerk of Dona Ana county:
The Sunshine Valley company of
New Mexico to W. A. Tenney, jr., war
rants' deed to lots 13, 14 and 15, block
40, Mesa Heights addition No. 2 to Las
The Sunshine Valley company of
New Mexico to W. A. Tenney, warranty
deed to lots 16, 17 and 18, block 28,
Mesa Heights addition No. 2 to Las
J. T. Miller to J. M. Atkins, Heflin.
Ala., warranty deed to lots 20 and 21,
block 6, Miller's Esperanza addition
to Las Cruces, $1 and other valuable
Jay F. Knox to H. T. and M. J. Har
ris, wararnty deed to lots 17, 18, 19,
20, 21 and 22, block 4, Central Park
tract No. 2, in Las Cruces, $10 and
Jose Angel Sisneras, Las Cruces, to
Henry Sultzbach, Harvey county, Kan
sas, quit claim deed to lot 170x154x100
feet in precinct 3 of Las Cruces, $154.
Said tract of land is bounded on the
west by the Mesilla road.
The United States of America to
Lonjino Avalos, patent deed to north
east quarter of southeast quarter sec
tion 28, township 18, south of range
4, west of the New Mexico principal
merldan, containing 40 acres. x
SLEET AND SNOWSTOR3I
AND HIGH WIND AT CARRIZOZO.
Carrizozo, N. M, Nov. 15. A severe
sleet storm visited Carrizozo yesterday
and turned to snow late in the after
noon. The snow is several inches deep
and is being driven by a high wind.
JOY DEPARTS FROM
Monday's Football Game.
"Won by Aggies, Proved
Houston, Tex., Nov. 15. There is
sorrow in the Texas camp and an equal
amount of rejoicing at A. & M. be
cause of the 14 to 0 victory of A. & M.
college in the annual football game
played here Monday, ifbth schools
closed for the big game and practical
ly the entire student bodies of the
two schools came to Houston ou spe
cial trains. The A. & M. cadets
marched through the streets and the
Texas U. crowd formed a long lino
and with the colors of the state school
flying, attempted to outroot the Ag
gies. The game was stubbornly contested,
the A. & M. early in the game show
ing to the best advantage. The col
legians were game and forced their
opponents to fight for each inch of the
gridiron space they gained. The game
was filled with sensational plays, both
teams using the new plays to advan
tage which were made possible by the
change of rules.
The defeat of the Texas university
was properly celebrated by the A. &
M. crowd following the game, and
again Monday night. A formal cele
bration of the victory will be held at
the school this week.
BARNEY OLDFIELD .
RUNS THROUGH CITY
But the Great Antoist Is in
a Southern Pacific
Barney Oldfield, his wife, his man
ager and four racing cars raced
through El Paso Tuesday morniag.
But the greatest of autoists. raced
throuerh the Pass City on the Sunset
limited. The 200 Benz, the fastest car
in the world, was dragged by the big
Oldfield, with his racing apparatus
is on the way to the Los Angeles mo
todrome, where he will spend the win
ter. He comes from Shreveport, La.
""We were sorry not to be at your
fair," said J. A. Sloan, his manager.
"Dates of the eastern fairs interfered.
Your show was too early for us. But
next year we expect to make a special
ty of fairs, and to have a big string
for that purpose. But we must know
Bowlers bowled Monday night both
on Cactus club and T. M. C. A. al
leys. At the Cactus club "Weaber and
Houck, city leaders, defeated Bateman
and "White by 21 prns, although they
led much heavier during the first four
games. Houck took game at 215, and
"White landed total at 946. Bateman
made an only strikeout.
At the Y. M. C. A. team No. 1 de
feated team No. 3, both of the associ
ation league. The margin was 190
pins. Houck took game at 213 and to
tal at 538, thereby showing his class
on two alleys during the ame nightj
Teams 2 and 5 of the Y. M. C- A. will
play Tuesday night, and teams 4 and
6 "Wednesday night.
Monday's scores were:
At tlte Cactus Club.
"Weaber .184 162 166 202 141 855
Houck ...167 190 165 215 162 S99
Totals .351 352 331 417 302 1754
Bateman 173 131 136 158 189 7S7
"White ...159 192 192 211 192 94S
Totals ......332 323 328 369 1733
At the Y. M. C. A.
Team No 1. Tl.
Sukerman 168 191 167 520
Schutz .. .........156 169 158 483
Houck 183 142 213 53S
Totals .. .....507 502 538 1547
Team No. 3. Tl.
Peralta ...., 179 152- 163 494
Alvarez 144 150 160 451
Zozaya ........ 151 113 145 409
Totals ..474 415 468 1357
FOOTBALL VOTED OUT
BECAUSE OF 3IUNICS DEATH
Bethany,. W. Va., Nov. 15. There
will be no" more football at Bethany
this year as a result of the tragedy at
Wheeling Saturday afternoon when
captain Rudolph Munk, of the West
Virginia university -was killed in the
game with Bethany college. The fac
ulty and student body has voted to
abolish the remaining scheduled
games. The council of West Virginia
university also cancelled the remain
ing football games scheduled because
of the dath.
The coroner's jury returned a verdict
of accidental death in the case of
The warrant for the arrest of
Thomas McCoy, of Canton, O., tho
Bethany player charged with causing
the injuries that resulted in death, 'will
MATHEWSOX AIV'D MEYERS
SIGX WITH THE GIANTS
New York, N. Y., Nov. 15. Christy
Mathewson, of the New York Nation
als, has signed a contract with the
club for the seasons of 1911, 1912 and
1913. This is the first time he ever
signed the contract calling for hia
services for more than one season.
"Big Chief" Mey.ers has signed again
The National Exhibition company,
which is the corporate title of the Nev
York baseball club, held ( its annual
meeting in Jersey City and John T,
Brush was reelected president.
ST EDWARDS COLLEGE .IS
IX CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS
Austin, Tex., Nov. 15. St. Edwards,
5; Cisco Training school, 0. This was
the score yesterday by which St. Ed
wards won the state championship for
prep, schools by defeating the north
ern champions. The game was vary
clean. St. Edwards outplayed Cisco.
Cisco outweighed St. Edwards, but the
speed and the use of the new game
made up for lack of the weight in the
Edwards boys. Krempe, for St. Ed
wards, and Smith for Cisco, were the
WOMEN PLAYING FOR
THE WORLD CHA3EPIONSHIP
New York, Nov. 15. Miss Martha
Clearwater got the lead in last night's
block of the pool match with Mr::.
Bertha M. King, the present holder
of the woman's world's championship
scoring 106 to 91.
Miss Clearwater finished her 100
points in the 14th frame and ran of
six more before she missed.
JIMMY CARROLL EASILY
i WINS SAN FRANCISCO FIGHT
New York, Nov. 15. Jimmy Carroll,
the San Francisco bantamweight,
easily 'defeated Chfarley Harvey, of
Philadelphia, in a 10 round bout at the
Olympia Athletic club here last night.
In the first round Carroll was wild,
while Harvey used a right chop to the
jaw which kept the Californian on the
move. In the second round Carroll
solved Harvey's style.
GOODMAN ONE OF THE
FIRST TO JOIN BRONCHOS
Bill Goodman is the first of the Can
anea players in the Cactus league who
will be seen in a San Antonio uniform
in the Texas league next season. Bill
'has signed a contract to play with the
Several other members of the team
are sought by San Antonio and the
Mexican town will lose that pennant
won in 1909 unless some strong new
men are secured.
WAYLAXD BAPTISTS WIN
AND EXPECT THE PENNANT.
Plalnview, Texas, Nov. 15. The
"Wayland Baptist college football team
defeated the combined team of the j
Pniiiips-Lowry college and santa e
offices of Amarillo on the local
grounds by a score of 5 to 0. Wayland
Baptist college has not been defeated
to date and expects to win the cham
pionship of the Panhandle.
GUY COOK, JOCKEY, TO
TRY TO BE REINSTATED
Little Guy Cook, the diminutive
jockey who was ruled off the Juarez
track indefinitely last year, is bak
from Salt Lake, where he has been
galloping horses around the stables.
He will make an effort to be rein
stated at the coming race meeting
here in order that he can ride.
FIGHT TO A DRAW.
Troy N. Y.t Nov. 15. Jumbo Wells,
of Australia, and Kyle Whitney, of
Boston, fought 15 rounds to a draw
here last night.
The El Paso High school and the
second team of the New Mexico A. &
M. college will meet next Saturday
on the Washington park gridiron. The
high school and the El Paso Military
institute will play Thanksgiving day.
History of Fat Reduction
Here is a bit of history published
for the benefit of the overfat. For
many years there has been published
in the dally press throughout the coun
try a home-prepared recipe for over
fatness the now famous Marmola Pre
schiption of an eminent physician. No
doubt you have seen it, noticed it cas
ually and decided that when you had
the time you would try for yourself
the merits of this mixture. Many have
successfully used this narmless rem
edy to their everlasting joy and bene
fit to health. The same great physi
cian "has condensed hr3 ramous Pre-
j scription into convenient tablet form.
so mat you uave om tu Lciive unci
meals and at bedtime a remarkably
pleasant little tablet containing all the
effective, pure, harmless ingredients of
the original prescription. The pound-a-day
reduction to your normal self
comes without dieting, self-denial or
exercise, and leaves no wrinkles or
flabblness. Marmola Prescription Tab
lets are sold by all druggists or sent
postpaid by the Marmola Co.. 737 Mon
roe Ave., Detroit, Mich. The price is
75c for a large case a generous sup
ply. Victim of Drink Needs Orrine
Drink cunningly destroys the will
power, and while the, drunkard wants
to do what you tell him, he wants a
thousand times more the drink that
he craves. Medical treatment is neces
sary. Orrine will destroy the desire
for nquor, so that' the drink will not
bo missed and restores the patient to
This remedy is thoroughly scientific
and is so uniformly successful that it
is sold with a registered guarantee
to refund your money if it fails to
effect a cure. Booklet on "How to Cure
Drunkenness" free on request. The
Orrine Co., 467 Orrine Building, Wash
ington, D. C. Sold in this city by
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
AT FOUNTAINS HOTELS OR ELSEWHERE
Original and Genuine
TheFood Drinkf or AllAges
RICH MILK. MALT GRAIN EXTRACT, IN POWDER
Not in. any Milk Trust
Insist on "HORLICK'S"
Take a package home
If you want the best
meats at the lowest
j Good Automobile Tires
at Keasonable rnces
Fine, durable tires, made by an indepen
dent rubber company. Give excellent service
and save yon about 50 per cent of tire cost.
Jsotlce the following low prices: 2Sx3 $12.00,
30x3 513.75. 2Sx3i... $15.05, 30x3 $17.S0,
32x3& 1S.90. 34x3. $10.00, 30x4 $21.70,
314 $22.70. 32x4 $23.90. 33x4 $24.75, 34x4
$20.80. 30x4 $28.30, 34x4 X? $31.70. 30x4
$33.20, 30x5 $30.40. Dunlop 15 per cent
above these prices. Fine inner tubes 15 per
cent less than regular standard list. Goods
sent anywhere C. O. D., allowing examina
tion. Five per cent discount if cash accom
panies order. Telegraph orders promptly
filled. State definitely style bead desired.
Money refunded if unsatisfactory. Give them
a trial and you'll order more.
The Geyer Sales Company
fi U2 Blmm Building, Dayton, Ohio. J
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$5.00 shoes for Men and Women, at $3.95
$3.50 and $4.00 shoes for Men and Women, at 2.95
$2.50 and $3.00 shoes, for Men and Women, at 1.95
2.00 shoes for Children, at 1.45
$1.00 shoes for Children, at . 65'
English Shoes "l faSO CjJlOC V0. For Eyerhody
Your Choice Should Be
Our line of the celebrated
"Chesterfield" Suits and
Overcoats will supply best
your clothing needs. They
cost a little more, but are
Not clothing store clothes.
We can't afford tosell that
Bob Moore & Co.
Opp. the P. 0.
Change of Dcte
At tihe request of a great number of the musicians and music lovers of
El Paso, we have decided to change our regular Weekly Concert" from
Thursday to Wednesday Evening.
"IL PAGLIACCF' . .,
Wednesday Eve., Nov. 16, 7:30 O'clock
Famous Solos, Concerted Numbers and Choruses.
CARTJSO, PAOLI, HTTGUET, ALBANI, CIGADA, PHfl-CORSI, SCOTTI
AND LA SCALA CHORUS.
5th Victrola Concert
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
Talking Machine Warerooms 103 -El Paso St.
NOTE BRING YOUR REQUEST NUMBERS.
Mottled andPl OACftfiDiflf fl Dr7 Pressed Stac
Fire Brick &l- JR& W Dlllwffl VVi and Wire Cat Brick
EOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
First National Bank
Capital $ 600,000
Surplus and Profits. 225,000
We cordially invite new business connections.
Our new savings department pays 4 percent on deposits.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
C. S. MOREHEAD, President GJSO. D. JLORY, Cufeitr.
JOSEPH ItAGOFFIN, V. Pra. C. K. BASSETT; Vict Pm.
L- J. GILCHRIST, Att. Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1S31.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transact in All Its Brands.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MOHXT.
Rio Grande Valley
W. W. Turney, Prest.
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL,. SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
O. S. Stewart Frank Powers C. H. Leavell H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams E. M. Andreas J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTIVELY INVITED
saving it will make in the
01 your snoe dull 11 you ouy
jraso onoe vjo. wiien our yuL-
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-r-nr-Pr-rrm-r n 4- o nil
10 pairs of shoes at 10c a pair profit
rather than spend the same time sell-
j-fCVJUL VJX. CUIUIjO CLU I WO JJJ.UXJ.U.
Bank & Trust Co.
T. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F M. Murchison. Asst. Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secy.