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t PASO HERALD
10 Wednesday, 2Tov. 30, 1910.
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EVENT IS PLANNED
Agricultural College, N. 3L, Nov. 30.
The Agricultural club will entertain
Friday night with an old-fashioned
quilting- bee, a corn husking and a barn
dance. The afair was o have come off
some time ago, but was delayed in or
der to have all of its members partake
in the festivities. Dancing, games and
refreshments will be some of the good
things of the evening.
Football Is over and basketball will
take its place. Over a dozen boys have
signified that they are going to prac
tice to make the boys basketball team.
Nearly every member of last year's
team is here. Coach Badenoch .calledJ
a number of the boys together and told
them some of his plans for the remain
der of the year. He stated that he
wished class 'basketball teams to com
pete with each other for a while and
from them would be taken the regular
team. He also expects to have a class
of boys In cross country running, so
that they can get In good shape for
track athletics in the spring.
Miss Fanny Ford entertained a num
ber of friends at games and cards at
her home on 'the Pecos.
Orrick Metcalfe and Harry Parks
have been spending several weeks In
trapping wild animals west of Mesilla,
They made one trip 30 miles west to
"The Hole in the Ground," where they
'trapped several wildcats, coyotes and
skunks. They have trapped quite a
number of wildcats, coyotes, badgers,
skunks and one prairie fox.
C. T. Turney, of Mesilla, Is preparing
some of his land for replanting near
Las Cruces, X. M., Xov. 30. Reports
from the "Walton ranch, about 15 miles
northeast of Las Cruces, in the San
Andreas mountains, state that there
are several mountain lions lurking in
the mountains there and that quite a
number of calves and sheep have been
killed by them during the past few
The animals have been repeatedly
seen by the stockmen and cowboys, but
always at a distance, and they make
their escape into the mountain fast
nesses before the men can get within
rifle range of them. However, a de
termined effort Is to be made this week
to hunt them down, decisive and imme
diate action being necessary in order
to stop the loss of stock.
PROGRAM FOR LAS CRUCES
ELKS' MEMORIAL SERVICES
Las Cruces. X. M., Nov. 30. The ser
vices of the Elks will be observed by
the Las Cruces lodge Sunday after
noon at 3
O CIOCK. J.t Will De pUDilC.
The program for the afternoon will be
Opening ceremonies, by the lodge.
Male quartet, "Lead Kindly Light"
Messrs. W. Stevens, G. W. Frenger, R.
A. Stevens and O. H. Brown.
Memorial address Mark B. Thomp
son. Sorano solo, selected Mrs.- L. A.
Instrumental trio, "Ave Maria"
Piano, Mrs. G. W. Frenger; flute, G.
W. Frenger; violin, Henry Stoes.
Male quartet, "The Vacant Chair"
Messrs. Stevens, Frenger, Stevens and
Closing ceremonies, by the lodge.
BOER SOLDIER BURIED;
WAS BRITISH PRISONER.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. The fu
neral of J. C. Van Dyke, of Fort Sum
ner, N. M., who died in El Paso Sun
day, was Weld atf Berino, interment
taking place there, where his mother
is buried. Mr. .Van Dyke served
through the Anglo-Boer war with his
uncle, Gen. B. J. Viljoen, and was cap
tured by the British forces at Lyden
burg. After the close of the war he
was taken to Bermuda and there ex
iled for 18 months by the British au
thorities. He immediately came to
America and located in this territory,
where he has remained ever since, en
gaged in tanning.
VOTEYG CONTEST AT THE
CRUCES CATHOLIC BAZAR.
Las Cruces. N. M Nov. 30. The
Catholic women are planning fa bazar
for three days, commencing Wednes
day, December 7.
There will be a voting contest for
the most popular young man and
young woman in Las Cruces. The nom
inations at present are: Corinne Ama
dor and F. W. Campbell Nemecia As
carate and Dr. S. T. Barnhill, Mae
Lindsey and John H. May, Kati-Mai
Blrdwell and Prof. Stoker, Josephine
.Nevarez and Luis Lucero, Adela Lu
cero and A. R. Heineman, Kitty Ben
nett and Frank Lucero, and Clarita
Ascarate and Will P. LaPolnt.
WATER USERS TO 3IEET
AND MAKE NEW CONTRACT.
Las Cruces, X. M., Nov. 30. The reg
ular meeting of the Elephant Butte
Water Users associatoin, which was,
to have been held on Monday, Decem
ber 5, has been postponed until Satur
day, December 10, on account of the
fact that the annual election for com
missioners of the community ditches
will be held on the first date.
At this meeting of the association
the question of the new contract for
the year 1911 with the government on
account of the Leasburg diversion dam
will be 'taken-up, and other important
matters will be attended to.
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS
AND MINOR HAPPENINGS
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. Lytton
Taylor, who has been livjng in El Paso
Bince leaving college three years ago,
has returned to Las Cruces and taken
the management of The Progressive,
the new paper of the Progressive Re
The public schools and the Agricul
tural college have resumed work after
the Thanksgiving vacation.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. A number
of the large land owners in the Mesilla
valley are this winter experimenting
with discs on their alfalfa fields. The
United States department of agriculture
lias recommended the discing of alfal
fa, especially upon old stands, claim
ing that winter discing helps to spread
the plant by cutting the crown, and
that the practice also tends to better
the soil and to conserve the moisture.
The farmers here who are trying it this
winter are discing a part of the land
and leaving the balance untouched, and
will keep notes on the yields of the two J
portions in order to determine -whether i
or not the plan has any good effect and
to what extent the benefit is.
NEW SIDEWALK BEING LAID.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. A con
crete sidewalk is being laid on the
north side of "Water street, between
Main and Church streets, along the
propertj' owned by Martin Lohman.
This is an improvement that has been
IN UPPER VALLEY
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. The an
nual election for ditch commissioners
and major-domos, which will be held
next Monday, will not cause much ex
citement in the lower districts, as on
two of the ditches there will tie only
one ticket and no contest. On he La
Mesa ditch the only ticket in the field
Is F. White, J. Cochran and S. Olivarez
for commissioners, and Pancho Saina
On the Chamberino ditch, there is
only one ticket in the field, composed
of Will Mundy, Ilde'fonso Lopez and
The elections on the Dona Ana and
Las Cruces community ditches are go
ing to be warm affairs, the interest
waxing greater as the time for voting
On the Mesilla ditch the election -will
not be so interesting on account of
the fact that there Is no fight over the
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M., Nov. 30. 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 Guaranty Trust and Banking
company of El Paso to C. A. Grendi of
Beeville, Texas, waranty deed for lots
10 and 11, block S7. Miller's Washing
ton Park addition to the town of Las
Cruces; consideration $1 and other
The Guaranty Trust and Banking
company of El Paso to John Bradfleld
of Beeville, Texas, warranty deed to
lots 15 and 16, block 84, Miller's Wash
ingtoa Park addition to the town of
Las Cruces; consideration 1 and other
John H. Riley, Thomas B. Catron, W.
Hji Austin, J. L. Marr, Felix Martinez,
W. Floyd Payne, "W. S. McCutcheon,
Owen. "White, Alward H. White and
Leigh White to the Santa Teresa Land
company, quit claim deed to a certain
tract of land, known as the Santa
Teresa grant, designated as lying In
township CS, south of range 2, east of
the New Mexico principal meridian, and
townships 28 and 29, south of range 3
east, containing S47S.51 acres; consid
eration 1 and other valuable consider
Satisfaction of Mortgage.
ThUrman T. Hatton of El Paso to
Howard C. Waugh and George E. Wau
chopo, satisfaction of mortgage on 30
acres of land in the southeast quarter
of section 30, township 25, south of
range 3 east; consideration 525.
Isidoro Armijo to R. P. Porter, lease
of residence in precinct 20 of the town
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November 13, a son was born to
Celestino Alvarez and wife at Las
November IS, a son was born to Ines
M. Apodaca and -wife at Las Cruces.
LAS CRUCES OIINOR HAPPENINGS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. There
are at present 11 prisoners boarding
with sheriff Felipe Lucero in the Dona
Ana county jail, 10 of whom are men
and one a woman.
Mrs. P. L. Buquor of El Paso Is in
the city, the guest of her brother, S. F.
Bean, and family.
Rev. father Vandermaesen of the
Las Cruces Catholic church, spent the
day yesterday in the Pass City.
Guadalupe Ascarate was in El Paso
yesterday and today looking after hia
property Interests there-.
C. D. Case and family moved today
into the Dessauer property just west
of the Don Bernardo; hotel.
John Dodd, a pioneer miner of tin
Organ district, is in the city buying
supplies. He predicts that with the
opening of the Bennett-Stephenson
mine next month there -will be a re
newal of activity at all of the mines
in that locality.
HOUSE WAR3IIXG ENJOYED.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. Mr. and
Mrs. X. C. Frenger entertained a num
ber of their -friends at a house-warming
in their handsome new home in this
city. An elegant dinner was served.
Those present -were Mr. and Mrs. A.
Jacoby, Mr. and Mrs. G. "W. Frenger,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoes, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Dross, Mr. and Mrs. "W. F. .
Jacoby, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Freu-
denthal, Dr. and Mrs. C: W. Gerber,
Dr. S. T. Barnhill, A. R. Heineman and j
THE 3IACCABEE SHOW TO BE GOOD
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. If the
reports of those people -who witnessed
the full rehearsal of the show to be
given by the 3Iaccabees is to be believ
ed, the affair will be one of unusual
merit and will deserve the large crowd
which is mow assured from the ad
vance sale of tickets. The entertain
ment will be given at the armory.
TALDEZ BUILDFN'G GOIXG UP.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. The new
building being constructed by Marcial
"Valdez, justice of the peace for pre
cinct 3, and editor of one of the Span
ish papers of this city, just west of
the Lucero & Rineheart store, will
be completed next month, adding one
more business block to the city.
ASSESSMENT "WORK BEIXG DOXE.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. Mariano
Islas of Silver City has gone with
Nicholas Galles, receiver of the Tor
pedo Mining company, to Organ to in
spect the Torpedo mine Mr. Islas will
remain in the camp in order to do the ,
annual assessment worK on tne Tor
pedo company's property.
IMPROVEMENTS BEING ADDED.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. At the
new residence of "W. TV. Cox, just com
pleted, south of Las Cruces, a wind
mill and large storage tank are being
-erected and a commodious garage con
structed in " which to store the three
BUYS NEW AUTOMOBILE.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 30. Stuart
Baker returned j'esterdaj from El
Paso in a new six-cylinder automobile
which he purchased there and drove to
Las Cruces, and which will be added to
the machines already in the Overland
BROADWAY and 11th ST.
HEW YORK CITY
Within easy access of every point oFin
terest. Half block from Winamaker"s.
Five minutes allc of Shopping District.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cuisine,
comfortable appointments, courteous
service and homelike surroundings.
Rooms $1.09 per day and up
With privilege oS Bath
$1.50 per day and up
Table d'Kote Breakfast 50c
WM.TAYLOR & SOH, Inc.
The Best Goods for the Least Money, and jfche Best
Delivery Services. '
Phone your order early; wagons leave 8 a. m., 10 a. m.,
2 p. rn., 5 p. m. Wagon for East El Paso and
Highland Park Every Thursday.
BeU Phone 884-844-823. Auto Phone 1691.
MEAT DEPT. PHONE BELL 865.
18 lbs. Granulated
10 lbs. Best Colorado
10 lbs. Best Sweet
6 lbs. Best Dry Onions
if or ;
Extra fine Mountain Cabbage
pW lb c
Fine California Lettuce,
2 for .' "..
Best quality Celery,
Wine Sap Apples,
4 lbs. for
Mo. Pippin Apples pit. Park
grown) 4 lbs. for . . ,
.Navel uranges, getting -good, now
all sizes, per doz.
25c, 30c, 40c and
Tangerines, extra fine,
Florida Grape Fruit,
3 for .c
Extra large and fine imported layer
California Layer Figs,
2 pkgs. for -!&
California Cooking Figs,
3 lbs. for
Medium size Prunes,
3 lbs. for
Extra large size Prunes,
2 lbs. for
Evp. Peaches, very best,
Evp. Apricots, very best,
Dried Cherries, 1 lb. pkgs.
Dried Raspberries, 1 lb. pkgs.
Dried Blackberries, 1 lb. -
Bleached Sultana Raisins,
1 lb. pkg., each
3 pkgs. go for
Citron, Orange, or Lemon
Peel, per lb i . . .
New Mackerel, all sizes
three rtg and two
for friOC for
D. C. Soap,
8 bars for
MEAT DEPT. PH02TE BELL 865.
The very best of Kansas City Meats, all Muds.
Fresh Oysters Every Day.
We Sell Home Dressed Poultry Only.
Eysf er's C. O. D. Grocery
Cor. Kansas & Boulevard. Leaders in Lower Prices
UPSET, SOUR, GASSY ST01GH
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iU ISi-LILILU HI n I L.II 'mUf9gL.ll I Ui
A little Diapepsin regulates
bad Stomachs in five
Every family here ought to keep
some Diapepsin in the house, as any
one of you may have an attack of In
digestion or Stomach trouble at any
time, day or nlgnt.
This harmless preparation will di
gest anything you eatand overcome a
distressed, out-or-order stomach five
If your meals don't tempt you; or
what little you do eat seems To fill you
or lays like a lump of lead in your
stomach, or If you have (heartburn,
that Is. assign of Indigestion.
Ask your Pharmacist for a 50-cent
case of Pape's Diapepsin, and 'take
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YOU HAVE HEARD MUCH
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places of intense interest to the traveler, the artist, the student. Through
out Mexico are -wonderful opportunities for the capitalist or the man -with
'"just a little'' to invest. For detailed information, special rates and liter
C. W. FISH, Traffic Manager. W. F. PATON, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Primera Calle Vergara No. 209, Mexico City, Mexico.
A. A. ESCONTRIAS, City Pass. Agent, Postal Cable Bldg., El Paso, Texas
S. Pride Soap,
7 bars for
Swift's White Soap,
6 bars for
A good Toilet Soap,
Large pkg. Gold Dust' O
Hydro Pura Washing
Powder, 3 for
Swift's Pride Cleaner,
3 for .1
Dr. Price's All Grain
food, per pkg.
Cream of Wheat,
Balaton's Blue Cross Break
fast food, per pkg. ....
Flour, 2 for
Ralston's Prepared Buck
wheat Flour, 2 for
Aunt Jemima Pancake
Flour, per .pkg.
Imported Swiss Cheese,
per lb :".
Very Best Full Cream
Cheese, per lb
Imperial Club Cheese,
New Edam Cheese, &t 1 f
Xew Pine Apple
Blue Ribbon Butter, (none
better) 2 lbs for
Blue Ribbon Eggs,
2 dozen for
Fresh Yard Eggs,
Mt. Park Eggs,
Blue Ribbon Flour (none
better) 48 lb. sack.
Blue Ribbon Flour,
24 lb. sack
8 3-4 lb. sack Fresh Corn
12 lb. sack fresh Whole
"Wheat flour, each
12 lb. sack Graham
All kinds of Xew Xuts,
per lb. ...
Xew Shelled Walnuts and
Almonds, per lb
Xew Shelled Pecans,
a little just as socn as you can. There
will be no sour risings, no belching
of undigested food mixed with acid,
no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness
or heavy feeling In the stomach. Nau
sea, Debilitating Headaches, Dizziness
or intestinal griping. This will all go,
and, besides, there will be no sour food
left over In the stomach to poison
your breath with nauseous odors.
Pape's Diapepsin Is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomachs, because it
prevents fermentation and takes "nold
of your food and digests. It Just the
same as if your stomach wasn't there.
Relief in five minutes from all stom
ach misery at any drug store, wait
ing for you.
These large 50-cent cases contain
more than sufficient to cure almost any
chronic case of Dyspepsia, Indigestion
or any other Stomach trouble.
m me oai
"Boosters" at The
Chamber of Com
merce, Thursday 3
sr 1, 1!
You hearxpeople of the west in
mercantile, industrial, artistic and
scientific pursuits saying, "If -we
were only in Chicago we could get
this or do that." In Chicago you
hear people say, 'If we were only
in New York." "Wfaen you are in
New York you hear them say, "If
we were in London or Paris." Chi
cago, New York, London or Paris
are simply the results- of their
citizens taking the material at
hand and doing the best they
could with it.
Just as you can do.
For El Paso
Five Hundred Mem
bers for The Cham
ber of Commerce,
BY JANUARY 1, 1911.
We have books of all kinds to
sell except "El Paso, the Story of
a City," which is issued by the
Chamber of Commerce free to all
to mail to your friends telling
them of the city you live in. Get
one, mail it out and help advertise. S
Business men should get to
gether frequently, and remember
that while nine-tenths' of the ad
vertising must be circulated at a
distance, the home situation must
not be neglected, for people must
have a real affection for the com
munity in which they live, or all
efforts will end in failure.
INTERNATIONAL BOOK AND
The largest all reinforced con
crete office building in the U. S.
A Busin&s Building for Business
Hundreds of Offices all outside.
From $15.00 to $35.00
The best price to pay for an of
fice is the priceof the best office.
Ready Feb. 15th
Horace B. Stevens,
152 San Francisco St. Phone 121
One of our new tenants,
I Trost & Trost
For your heating and plumb
ing estimates. Our Repair
service is prompt and re
liable. 109 K Campbell.
Bell 956: Auto 2356
IF YOU "WANT GEN'UIXE
Gallup Lump Coal
x PHOXE BEIL 3:135
ALSO FIRST CLASS ALFALFA
AND LL KINDS OF GRAIN.
EAST EL PASO FUEL CO.
Crawford & Gottwald
Planing mill and office, 1200 Mo. St
Low prices on Sash, Doors, and Win
dow Glass; Cabinet Work; Bank,
btore and Utfice fixtures.
CHAS. S. HENNING,
Eailroads, Irrigation, Power Plants,
Examinations, Plans, Management.
20 years experience in Southwest and
406 Caples Block. Phone 723
Exceptional Sale of
Rockers and Dining Chairs
To say that such wonderful chair bargains have never before been offered
in El Paso would not be exaggerating a bit. On account of being out of
the high rent district our regular prices are lower than other stores and
when we put on a sale like this there is absolutely no comparison.
$3.00 Rocker $2.25
This is a genuine oak rocker in the
Golden Oak and are offered with
either the cane or cobbler seat.
They sell regularly at $3.00 our
price all next week is
$5.50 Rocker $4.25'
This handsome oak rocker, fin
ished in Golden Oalc with full roll
seat; bolted construction; is -a
bargain at our regular price -$5.50
but next week you can
have your choice at
ZOT S. El Paso St.
Bell 835 L.
The Chamber of Commerce Wants You to Boost for
El Paso, at tne Smoker, Thursday, Dec. 1,
at 8 Oclock P. M.
In the first place little can be done, that is, little that is really effec
tive, unless many are willing to take hold and help push. Although most
of the members of the Chamber of Commerce are very bu3y with their own
individual interests, there should be a willingness to give a little time to the
accomplishment of the good for the whole community.
The thing which helps one interest directly, helps all interests indirectly.
Help the good work along; become a member of the
Chamber of Commerce.
W. G. Walz Company
l" I LOCCWT7VES I I jgj
p ji5 &
Portland and Seattle
FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM EL PASO ,
CARRYING UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
TWENTY HOURS SHORTEST TIME TO LOS
For tickets and sleeping car accommodations, call at
City Ticket Office-Si. Regis Hotel Building
W. C. McCormick, G. A. ' J. E. Monroe, C. T. A.
fn The Herald Building runs nights and Sundays as "well as in
regular office, hours.
THE JANITOR SERVICE
in The Herald Building is the most efficient in El Paso.
at the very heart of the business center, -where every car goes
by tie door.
have the highest ceilings in town, and are bright and airy,
thoroughly -warmed bv steam in -winter.
THE PRICES '
as low as consistent with the highest standards of service.
H. D. Bowman, President; V. B. Mav Vice President; R. E. McBride. Sec
retary; Charles E. Miller, Anthonv, N. M.; W. W. Cox, Organ, N. M.
THE BOWMAN BANK & TRUST CO.
Paid Up Capital $50,000.00
This Bank is in a Position to Undertake Any Kind of Banking Business.
Will Act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Assinee.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Cas Cruces, New Mexico.
TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS
S1.25 Dining Chair 75c
This is a genuine oak dining chair
and can be had with either a cob
bler or cane seat sells regularly
at $1.25 special this week,
$7.00 Rocker $5.75
This is a solid quarter sawed oak
rocker with, a comfortable full roll
seat and of the durable bolted con-
struction; selling regularly at $7;
we offer them next week at
Opp "The Buggy People"
below Overland St. Auto 1882