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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, December 9, 1910. 1
LAS CETJCES AND
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The office of The Herald for Las
Cruces is in the Hoffman & Tipton
drug store. This firm will deliver
The Herald each night at the regu
lar rate of 60 cents a month.
BIG YEAR'S WORK
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I Powder made W
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Receipts at Las Cruces Of
fice Go Over $10,000
Las Cruces. Is. M., Dec. 9. According
to the rules of the general postoffice
department Las Cruces is entitled to
have free city delivery, as the office
passed the $10,000 mark in the four
quarters just ended. The sales for the
last quarter were over $12500 and the
average for the four quarters of the fis
cal year just past was $2510. Last
week the local office pur. out 35,000
pieces of mail from one firm alone, and
during the week more than 50,000 pieces
of mail were handled. These figures
apply only to the outgoing mail, the
incoming mail averaging fully as many
more pieces. During the past two
weeks more than 4200 were paid out
in money orders, and during the fiscal
year 11,000 pieces of registered mail
were sent out.
In the last three years, or since Cajit.
Branigan took the office, the business
has doubled In volume. Besides the
postmaster and his assistant, there are
two clerks employed at present and
next week more clerks will be added In
order to handle the Christmas business
as expeditiously as possible. Larger
quarters are necessary and have been
advertised for. As soon as the bids are
opened and the site selected the office I
will be moved and will remain in the
new quarters until the federal building
The Big Sale
itiiiimr ViZir tin'.
Our Year End Clearing Sale offers
many unusual values in v
Suits and Overcoats
BERING BITCH MAY
BE BEADY BY JAN; 1
Berino, N. M.. Dec. i). In spite of
drouth and socalled hard times .the Berino-Anthony
district shows a continu
al growth and business push.
The ditch enlargement is the largest
single enterprise going on and the
commissioners and alcalde are push
ing that to an early completion. A
carload of cement is being unloaded at
Vado for the headgates, waste ditches
and drops in the canal. The Santa Fe
is putting in three 20 foot span bridges
where the ditch and wastes cross the
track. To complete the ditch approxi
mately 40,000 cubic yards of earth are
yet to be moved, but E. T. Baker, al
calde, expects to finish that before the
first of the year. C. A. Thompson, in
charge of the concrete work, expects
to finish the gates a little sooner ana
it is possible that a part of the ditch
will be carrying waterby Christmas.
On all hands active preparations are
being made for early planting. M. B.
"Wmgate and J. S. Brooks are leveling a
couple of beautiful fields and many
others in a varying degree.
The Valley Telephone company is
stringing new lines and installing new
phones. They have carried the second
line into the Berino neighborhood, fol
lowing a newly laid out road which Mr.
Post,, county surveyor, completed lately.
Price & Richardson, at Berind siding,
are roofing their new hay "barn, ice
house and, storage buildings, while
Richardson's new house, on Lucern
Lane, is ready for occupancy.
The natives in Berino on the Hill
have Completed a comfortable little
room for the priest on his monthly
rounds and are raising a belfrey for the
new bell soon to be installed.
At the ditch election, the presect
board of commissioners, Langford.
Brooks and Thompson, were unani
mously reelected, as well as E. T. Ba
ker, alcalde, and the record was bro
ken when the commissioners were pre-
' sonted with a signed resolution endors
ing and thanking th'em for their con
scientious and "business like manage
ment in enlarging and repairing the
Our Extra Special for Tomorrow is
$22.50 Suits at $10.65
These suits come in Cashmeres andCheviots in
the new Brown and Gray shades.
Values are up to $22.50, now on sale at
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Whether it be $1 or $100 you have for M
(M i gift purposes, you will find your appro- . ? m
IL ) priation will go farther and you will T'ljaji
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ngpf1 secure handsomer girts here than any Jfe
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See the $18 Overcoats we are now selling at $10 i
Higher priced Suits and Overcoats are Also
Radically Reduced in Price
Guatemala, Dec. 9. A revolutionary
outbreak is threatened in Honduras and
intense excitement prevails throughout
the country. Martial law has been
proclaimed in the capital and in the I
large cities of the republic, and the
jails are filled with political prisoners.
CADETS ARE INSTRUCTED
IX BATTALION 3IOVE3IEXTS.
Agricultural College, X. M.. Dec. 9.
The battalion of cadets, under the in
struction of Maj. Charles P. George
were in complete service uniforms this"
week and were instructed in battalion
movements. The band instruments
will arrive in a short time and the
band will be reorganized. 1
The Agricultural club met with a
rather short program, as one of the
students on for a discussion was sick.
j Rigney read a paper on his method of
Bradshaw. warranty deed to 15.09 acres
of land situated along the eastern sl'le
of the Onamberino canal; also nine
acres of land situated on the east side
oj.the Chamberlno community ditch, all
in ,the northwest quarter of section 24.
township 25 south, of- range 2 east. V
and other valuable considerations.
Edward "W. Earle and Daniel S. Arias,
complete democracy, suddenly decided 1
to give the Irish what they wanted.
Under his leadership the commons
passed a bill giving Ireland Its long- '
prayed-for home ruie. The bill was (
rejected in the lords and an appeal was i
had to the country. What remained of .
the old Whig aristocracy in the Liberal t
party deserted the Gladstone banner 1
' and. cailine: themselves Liberal-Union
ists, joined with the Tories. The Lib-
erals wore defeated and for years '
were unable to regain power except j
at the price of suppressing home rule.
The issue was so great in interest and j
importance that the name "Unionist" j
after a time superseded the, name j
"Conservative" as the official title of j
the major faction of the Tory party.
The Liberals, mindful of their disaster
under Gladstone and being, after all.
! nothing more nor less than English
men, were chary of opening the Irish
Hold Balance of Power.
In the parliament elected last Janu
ary the Irish part- held the balance
of power and John Redmond, the Irish
leader, became the "dictator"' of Eng-
! land. It was very fine for England to
i rule Ireland, but many Englishmen
the confirmed part of the Refugio col
Humboldt Casad, of La Union, t" '
George M. Clark, warranty deed to 56.43
acres of land situated about three
fourts of a mile west of the town of Me
silla in the Mesilla Civil Colony land
record have been filed in the 'local land
George W. Rutherford, of Deniing. vs.
I .settle . Rutherford, of Doming, on .nn fnnnrl that It was oossible under
the east half of the northeast quarter of J the terms of the union for Ireland to j
rule England a very different matter.
So there arose in the Unionist partv a I
strong sentiment in favor of going
their record of seven cen- i
on their very name, that
j they might win Irish favor by con-
I senting to a federal home rule plan '
' which would place Ireland in the same
i rolation to the kingdom that Ohio J
Cncprae Korcasiras, of, Santa Rita. ' bears to the American union, or that '
for southwest quarter of northeast ! Ontario bears to tho Dominion of Can- i
section 34. towns'nip 23 south, of range
8 west. Involving 80 acres- The case
has been set for hearing before U. S,
! coinmisioner ilcKeyeci at -jeniing for
?JE1 K0' ? H-.Catlin' f, 7inr,n' ! February 6. 1911. and final hearing be- I baf on
TtnS:SlVeila'rtorVthi receiver and register of the ' es. and
local land office at Las Cruces on Feb
ruary 16, 1911.
can be well placed in the meats that we
sell. We are very particular in selecting
our stock and choose only the best prims
meats. You can rely upon
beinj fresh and tender if you do your
ordering of us.
The reasonableness of our prices and
the cleanliness of our market are two
things that help to make our service
SPECIAL PRICES FOR
Mutton Chops, per pound '.-. : 15c
Mutton Legs, per pound 15c
Pork Shoulder Roast, per pound. . . .-. 15c
Loin Steak, per pound . 15c
Prime Rib Roasts, per pound .- 12 l-2c
' (TEe choicest Milk Fed Yeal)
J. C. PEYTON
Successor Robinson's Mkt. 114 K Stanton St.
Phones Bell 251: Auto 1234.
Ella V. Buvens and husband to John ! ot southwest quarter, section N24,
S. McClure, warranty deed to a tract .shiP 1, uth f range 1- west,
wnoiesaie arrests ot persons sus- i "Farming on a Better Basis." He urged
pected of having some connection with the advisability of having more live
the threatened uprising are being F'tock, poultry and a vegetable car
made on the orders of the president. J den fcr home use on our farms in the
There are extra government troops in southwest. Mr. Lasajle, assistant in
Puerto Cortez and Ceiba, and the well ! the animal industry department, deliv-
10 ao Tesiaents are riockmg across the ered a naner on "Handling of Milk."
border into Guatemala.
Advices received here from Teguci
galpa state that president Davila has
issued an order for the arrest of former
president Policarpo Bon ilia --and Gen.
Dionicio Gutierrez, aformer vice presi
dent of the republic, and a close friend
Unconfirmed reports say that Bonilla
escaped from Tegucigalpa several days
prior to the issuance of the order.
"EW CHURCH PLAX.ED.
Vaughn, X. M., Dec. 9. Vaughn is
to hare a new church. Arrangements
are now being made to hold a fair or
oizr, me proceeas 10 go to build n vrill lend his assistance there till other
vcnoiic cnurcn nere. iiiere is already i arrangements are made for a regular J
The Francis E. Lester company at
Mesilla Park is sending out hundreds
of packages of holiday goods to cus
tomers every day all over the -world.
There are about 30 regular employes
and quite a number of school children,
who work a part of the day.
Nearly a dozen boys get up at six
oclock every morning to take their
cross country runs of about a mile for
the first week. S. E. Merrill, captain
of this year's football team, was elect
ed captain of the track team.
Rev. Mr. Buell, of Mesilla Park, is
temporarily engaged as pastor in the
Presbyterian church at Las Cruces, and
of land 390 by 7S0 varas, situated abovn
cue towoi 01 jjona Ana. $2suu.
Relies Teiles, direct heirinlaw of Nes
tor Telles? deceased, to C. D. Rodriguez,
quit claim deed to two tracts of land
presumed to be situated in the grant
of Jose Manuel Sanchez Baca, one tract
61 by 86 yards' and the other 95 by 346-i
feet. Consideration $5 and other valu-
C. D. Rodriguez and Ortencio G. Rod
riguez, of San Miguel, to Jose Rodri
guez, quit claim deed to two tracts of
land supposed to be situated upon the
grant of Jose Manuel Sanchez Baca.
one 61 by 86 .yards and the other 95 by
tur- jr, xhe northwest quarter of
southeast v quarter, and the north half
ta'"'rr 160 acres,
Mary P. Strickland, of Animas, for
sou invest quarter of southeast quar
ter of section A, north naif of northeast j
miarter Ruction 9 and northwest ouar I
... v,.-t ,.-,..,-,.- t.Ar.tinr. in nil ! come
Ctrl V. i;ui uimci. vjuai tci sclliuii v cw
in township 29 south, of range 19 west,
containing 160 acres.
Desert Load Entries.
Victor Y. Chittlck. of Deming, for
northwest quarter section 26, township
26 south, of range 9 west, containing
Henry Barrett, of Salem, for north
east quarter of southeast quarter, sec
tion 26,. and northwest quarter- of south
west quarter section 25. all in town
', Astute as is the Irish question, the
j apparent willingness of the Unionists
to consider a compromise indicated that
! if the conference of eight had been
I called upon to decide the vexed ques
tion of home rule an agreement would
have been reached. But the time had
control the government when in power
en an equal basis with Conservatives
when in power and to do this they
must remove the veto power of the
lords. The Irish were convinced that
they never would get more than half
a loaf until the lords were hurled from
power. The coamion siooa m vn.e v-
3464 feet. ?! 'and other valuable con- j ship 18 sOUth, of range 4"west, contain-
some money contributed but not
enough to start work on the church.
Rev. father Halterman, who celebrates
mass here once a month, in the school
house, said that if the church was not
started when he comes here on Decem
bei 30, or efforts being made toward
that end, he will discontinue coming.
Just eat this food every day and
have a rest from meat foods and
see the benefits derived. It is made
from Wheat, Rice, Oats and
Barley. Ask your Grocer.
Robert and Willis White, of Portales,
N. M., have enroled as students for
The K. G. O.'s met for parliamentary
discussion, with Campbell as chairman.
A committee was appointed to order
twelve primers of parliamentary order.
LAS RUCES DAILY RJECORD
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 9. The 'fol
lowing deeds and otner papers of rec
ord have been ( filed in the office of the
probate clerk of Dona Ana county:
Rafaela G. Barela, of Mesilla, to
Humbodlt Casad, of La Union, 'quit
claim deed to a tract of land 175 by 960
varas situated one mile west of vthe
plaza of the town of Mesilla. $1.
Leonora Casad White, of Bakersfield.
Cal.; Jennie Casad Lane, Alice Casad
Burt. Gertrude Casad Bennett and Sarah
V. Casad, all of El Paso; and Darwin
Casad and Maude Casad Mandell to
Humboldt Casad, of La Union, quit
t-laim deed to two pieces of lajid, each
320 by 960 varas, situated one mile west
of the town of Mesilla. $1.
Herman Casad Smith to Humboldt
Casad, quit claim deed to two tracts of
land, each 320 by 960 varas, situated one
mile west of the town of Mesilla, SI
Mrs. Sena Sutton, of El Paso, to J. B,
'"ochran .warrants deed to all of lot 3
in block 24 of the townsite of Berino. '
located in section 23, township 2i
south of range 2 east. $800.
Daura V- Peacock and wife, to John v
C. E. Victory, of Florence, Ariz., 'to
R, M. Cosme, of Globe, Ariz., warranty
de,ed to 160 acres of 'laud situated In the
east half of the northwest quarter and
the west half of northeast quarter, sec
tion 1, township 20 soutn, or ra'nge 2
Hattie B. Wilson, of Staunton, Va.,
m R. C' Wilson of El Paso, nuit claim
deed to 1062.18 acres of land located in J
the Dona Ana Bend Colony grant. 1. j
Release of Mortsnsre.
A. B. Sage, to D. V. Peacock, partial i
release of mortgage.
Satisfaction of Mortf-age.
Charles D. Thompson to Archie D.
Brownlee, satisfaction of mortgage.
November S, a sou to Santiago Apo
daca and wife at Garfield.
November 9. a son to Francisco Gomez
and wife at Santa Teresa.
November 16, a son to Efram Duran
and wife at Santa Teresa
November 22, a daughter to Rosiano
Pino and wife at Santa Teresa.
November 25, a daughter to Ramon
Dominguez and wife at Garfield.
December 7, a daughter to Pedro
Abalos and wife at Las Cruces.
LAS CRUCES LAND OFFICE NOTES.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 9. The fol
lowing applications and other papers of
that follows taking a dose of castor
oil, salts or calomel, is about the
worst you can endure Ugh it
gives one the creeps. You don't
have to have it CASCARETS
move the bowels tone up the
livei" without these bad feelings.
Try them. m-
CASCARETS 10c a box for a week'
treatment, all dnieeists. TJipest Keller
la the world. Million boxes a inoatk.
when home rule was only one all the efforts maae to oreas ji, uu
of th many things that the demo- in spite of the olive orancnes nemuub
cratic" element demanded as its right. ; by the now thoroughly frightened Tor
The controversy between the lords and ios.
the commons could not be quieted by I No one knows what was said in the-
... . . .... . 1 - -... 11 J- n-nnm-allt- KnllOVM
La ueax wiwi an irisn politician. conierence, out u 10 oc.ic..7 w.-
Neither AVould Accept Sop. that other political questions were ai-
Neither the Irish nor the Liberals j cussed and that there was room for
were willing to accept this sop. The 5 compromise on all of them, as well as
Liberals wanted to have the right to ! on the much mooted Irish question. But
the Conservatives would not yieia in
their adherence to the principle that
the upper chamber ought to represent
certain interests removed from the
people and that these interests might
of right negative the people's will as
expressed by their chosen representa
tives. On the other hand, the Lib
erals would not yield one jot or tittle
from their declared principle that the
commons ought to have the right to
enact into law any measure thrice
agreed upon within the lifetime of a
Nothing to Tell.
When the conference broke up there
ing SO acres
Contest Cn.se S'.lll on
The contest case of Dr. Nathan Boyd
nsrninst Eucrene Van Patten for a por- 1
tion of the land occupied by the Drip- J
ping (Springs resort in the Organ moun
tains is still occupying tne .attention of
the officials of the local land off if.-,
all the testimony not yet having been j nature kas provided a constituent to
1UUUUUV.CU. I .T 1 . 1 T-1
luc jiijuiiinuu .Known as iriasrfla,
which joins and holds the place to-
INDICATE BSD BLOOD
Where the blood is pure any wound
or laceration of the flesh heals "by
first intention . ' ' This is true because
LAS CRUCES MINOR HAPPENINGS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 9. Miss Alice
H. tjKhmer, who 'has' been in the city
1 as the gUest of Mrs. A. M. Branigan, has
left for Cleveland, Ohio, where shc will
visit relatives. Miss Skinner is recently
from China, where she has been sta
tioned as a missionary under the Pres
byterian mlsionary board, her station
belnc: at Hainan. While there she was
a. cn-wnrker with Sirs. Rrani can's sis- I
ter. hence her visit to Las Cruces. She
has a furlough of one year, which she
will spend in the united states and then . cause the morbid impurities on which
Rube Gulley, a former resident of Las
Cruces, but who Is now located, in Co-
UnwA A.T fin 1 1 cfT 10 vort?
over the orospects at Columbus, statlnsr have been destroyed.
that there are qui.te a number of new Chronic Ulcers of every kind for the i
ON OUR 75c
We use HOT WATER
with, at our fountain.
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St Phone 34?
Under the Electric Fountain.
rprhfr until hr -filvrpQ n-nr? h'cctioo o--t
.,,-.,., ' woe nohinir to tell. Both sides came J
permanently knit and interweave. ' nl3 t ". Each was deter- !
Whenever the ulcer becomes chronic ! mIned to place its proposition before
it is because this healing1 quality of , the people. The electors were given
the blood has been impaired by some the same arguments that were made
impurity in the circulation, and the n conference, in essence, and now they
place remains open infecting all sur- j a Ve'Libe"! is said "he" campaign was
rounding flesh, until the character of i tnat 0I the People against the Peers.
the circulation is changed. ISO sore '' The Conservatives said the campaign x
can heal where the blood is bad be- ' was that of the Constitution against I
cause the morbid imnnriHps nti -niVT, the Demagogs. Everybody had an op- :
portunity to judge for hlmseir and to ;
vote as he -aw fit that is providing J
iia hH a vote. Some free Englishmen
Cleanse the blood and the sore will have no vote at all. and others have
.. .. a am V. f v c 7kl l ls
it thrives nr rnnntlv A; portunity to juu5 ""-" -""
mio it Dy tne nuraenea circulation.
in the city yesterday on , 1 Qf its own accord, because then many votes, but that is a mere detail.
cted with his interests J ife solirce and foundiHon will Tomorrow The Tory Reform
lley is very enthusiastic . " fY source ana lounaauon will
ects at Columbus, stating ! nave Deen destroyed. i. b. S. cures
qui.te a number of new j Chronic Ulcers of every kind for the
families moving into the town and its oae crreat reason that it thorouo-hlv
vicinity, many of them buying land and ,,,; t, -uij t- . "it
some homesteading. Several orchards Purifies the blood. It goes into the
27VTA1AG nvm-cn-wo.. - w -. -- . .
have been set out, pear trees being the wituiduuu anu removes every particle
of infectious or
favorite, wit'h quite a number of peach
and apple trees.
SOCIAL CLUB ENTERTAINED.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec' 9. Mrs. ("
W. Prenger entertained the Las Cruce!
Social club at her beautiful suburban
residence east of town on Wednesda
afternoon. A bountiful five course din
ner was served at 1 oclock, after whict
the afternoon was spent playinj.
"Forty-Two." Mr. Gerber Avon the firs
prize, a cut glass bowl: Mrs. Thatchei
the second prize, a hand painted plate
and Mrs. A. Jacoby the consolation
prize. Mrs. Charles Kircher, of El Paso
was awarded the guest prize, a hand
enriches the cor
puscles, and as
sists nature in
the formation of
of this vital fluid.
No matter from
what source the impurities of the
blood came, S. S. S. will remove them. I
Book on Sores and Ulcers and any '
medical advice free to all who write. I
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