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EL PASO HERALD
"Wednesday, Dee. 14, 1910
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ELEB DECIDE ON
SITE FOR A HOME
JjSls Cruces, X. 1L, Dec 14. At the
meeting of be Las Cruces lodge of
Hlkg last night dt -was decided to take
the corner at Church and Xiee streets
for the site for the new home. Plans
and estimate for the new building
-will be asked, for immediately and a
committee has "been appointed to ar
range for the raising of the 'balance, of
the funds which will be necessary.
This property is located in the same
fclocfc that will no doubt be occupied
by the new federal building, and 1s
only half a block from Main street,
making a most -desirable location for
& home of this kind. In addition to
the imjlding matter the lodge also
agreed to act with the women In the
matter of the Christmas gifts for the
poor, and will have a Christmas tree
for the children at the lodge rooms on
the afternooHj of Monday, December
26, to which all the needy and worthy
chiMren will be invited and where
rthey will each find a present upon the
WILL ACT UPON A
SITE FOR TEMPLE
lias Cruces; N. 3, Dec. 14. Tomorrow
night the L.as Cruces lodge of Masons
will liold its annual election of officers.
At this meeting the committee on site
for the new temple will make its re- I
port, as will also the committee on ways
and means to raise money for the new
temple. The site committee has had a
very 'desirable and centrally located slta
offered to It and will recommend its ac
ceptance at this meeting.
The committee on-ways and -means of
raising money will have a. very favor
able report 10 make, as tne members of
the lodge have been very liberal in
their donations toward the building,
Numa Eeymond, of Switzerland, head
ing the list with the sum of 55000.
FIRE COMPANY ELECTION
IS HELD IN LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 14. The
Las Cruces volunteer fire company has
held an election of. officers for the
ensuing year, resulting as follows:
President, D Seligman; vice president,
George ' Schenck; secretary, David
Ames. Frank Islas was reelected as a
chief, and Elias Speare reelected as
treasurer. A. F. Katzenstein was :
elected as a vice president of the New 1
Mexico association of volunteer fire
After the meeting a Dutch lunch
was served to the members. It was
decided, also, to give a dance at the
armory on the night of December 31,
the proceeds to go to the local depart
ment. LLEWELLYN IMPROVES ROAD.
Las Cruces; N. 31., Dec. 14. TV. H.
H. Llewellyn at his own expense, is J
liaving the Mesilla road
in front of his
oronertv sDrinkled each dav and is
making arrangements to oil the toad J lfie Jjas cruces Realty company's sub
and put it In good condition. If each j division of, blocks 1, 5, 26 and 27 of
rroperty owner would take care of the ; the addition to Las Cruces by the New
road in front of his own place It would Mexico Townsite company. $1.
be only a -short time until all of the Maria L. Montes and husband, of lie
roads in Dona Ana county would be silla, to E. D. "Williams, warranty deed
in good condition- 3 1 to lot 20 In block "C" of Bosque Be-
-." v j dado in the Mesilla Civil Colony grant.
ENGINEERS TO REPORT SOON j ?1 and other valuable considerations.
ON RECLA3LTION PROJECTS i The Refugio Civil Colony grantx to
Las Cruces, N. M-, Dec. 14. Ac
cording to information received by
Martin Lohman, the report of the aimy j
englneers appointed to examine
various reclamation projects of the
country will have their report made
public within a short time. There are
at present 50 reclamation projects in
the United States to which have been
allotted over $63,000,000 of the recla
mation funds, and the "board of array
engineers has examined each one of
the 30 and filed their report with the
secretary of the interior. The Ele
phant Butte dam is one which was ex
amined and which the board passed
TO MEET ON SATURDAY
Las Cruces. N. M Dec, 14. Tberri
will be a business and social meeting of
the Alumni association of the New Mex
ico College of Agriculture and Me
chanic arts at the home of Oscar C.
Snow at 7:30 oclock on the evening of
Saturday, December 17. Very Import
ant business 'is to come before the as
sociation at this meeting. After rae
and Mesilla Valley
business is disposed of the balance of
the evening will be spent m talking
over old school days and getting ac
acquainted with each othe
LAS CRUCES 3IEVOR HAPPJEXIXGS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 14. R. I.
Miller, of the Schneider and "Willis
ranch, will instal a pumping plant at
the ranch. , "
Nicholas Galles, president of the
chamber of commerce, wa3 in the Pass
City yesterday, boosting for the Me
Joseph P.. "Wells, district passenger
agent of the Queen & Crescent route at
New Orleans, whoJbas been in, Lias. Cru
ces for the past Several Weeks on a
recreation trip, has "returned home.
Pay Sperry has purchased a new au
tomobile, securing the car iji El Paso
and driving i& in It yesterday.
Catarino Armijo has gone to Pres
cott, Arizona, to look after the inter
ests of several Las Cruces people who
own a mine near there. It Is under
stood that the mine has been showing
high assays .and a company of Arizona
capitalists have made an offer for the
R. C "Wilson, of El Paso, who is
Interested in the new sanitarium to
be built in the Organ mountains east
of this city, has been here for sev
eral days in the interests of the new
enterprise, returning home last even
ing. Nigel Clint special stenographer In
the local U. S. land office, has moved'
from the Sam Bean block into one of
the houses on Main street owned by
Mrs. Oscar Lohman.
Contractor Brown has completed one
half of one block of the new asphalt
roadway being laid on Main street
and expects to have the first block fin
ished within the -next two days.
The "Get Together Smoker" will be
held at the Elks' hall on Friday 'even
ing. LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N M., Dec. 14. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have been tiled in the office of the
probate clerk of Dona Ana county:
1 Deeds Filed.
Sunshine Valley company of New
Mexico to Martin Luna, warrantv deed
to lots 17 and IS in block 33 of Mesa
Heights addition No. 2, Las Cruces. $60.
Theodoro Pena and wife to A J.
"- v -- auu owmon aiy,
7varTanty ded to 15-95 acrs of land
in the northeast auarter of scrtinTi q
township 19 south, of range 3 west. $1
and otoer valuable considerations.
Asiano Pena and wife to A J.
Brice, Mary A. Brice and Solomon Sly,
warranty deed to 25.25 acres of land
in the northeast quarter of section 9,
township 19 south, of range 3 west, $1
and other valuable considerations.
James J?, feattely and wife to the
Bowman Bank and Trust company, quit
claim deed to all of block 1, consisting
ol '7 lots; all of block 27, consisting
t hf "fO Intr .J O 1 T.1 1 nn .
vt j.i xwto, auu luia iil UiUCfi. SO In
uregono JJuran, warranty deed to a
I piece of farm land in the town of
Chamberino, said land being 400 by 421
oy.6b3 yards in size. $1 and other val-
R. M. Cosme, of Los Angeles, Cal., to
R. E. King, of El Paso, warranty deed
to the east half of the northwest quar
ter and tne west half of the northeast
quarter of section 1, township 20 south,
of range 2 west, containing 160 acres.
R. E, King, of El Paso, to Elizabeth
C. Hendrix. of Rincon, warranty deed
to an undivided one-third interest in
the east half of the northwest quarter
and the west half of the northeast quar
ter of section 1. township 20 south, of
range 2 -west, containing 160 acres. $750.
R. E. King, of El Paso, to John Yeast
and wife, of Las Cruces, warranty deed
to an undivided two-thirds Interest in
the east half of the northwest quarter
and trie west half of the northeast quar
ter of section 1, township 20. south of
range 2 west, -containing 1C0 acres
John H. May and lOscar Lohman and
wife to the Bowman Bank and Trust
company, quit claim deed to all of
block 1 consisting of 27 lots; all of
block 27 consisting of 12 lots, and 9
lots in block 26 in the Las Cruces
Realty company's subdivision of blocks
1, 5, 26 and 27 of the addition to the
town of Las Cruces by the New Mexico
Townsite company. $1.
Leonidas Provenclo and wife, of Me
silla, to Deonicie Montes, of Mesilla,
warranty deed to lots 20 in block "C"
of Bosque Bedado, $1.
Deoniclo Montes to Maria L. Montes,
quit claim deed to lot 20 In block "C"
of Bosque Bedado. $1 and other valu
I Sunshine Valley co-moany of New
I Mexico- to Mariano Rios warranty deel
1 to lots 22, 23 and 24 in block 37 of ths
Mesa Heights addition No. 2, to Las
Judgment in the sum of ?168.01 has
been filed by Henry Pfaff against E.
Satisfaction of Mortgage.
Gustav Manasse et al to Eusehlo -Cha-varria,
satisfaction of mortgage. John
H', Mav; et al. to James P. Sattely, satis
faction of -mortgage.
Assignment 'of Mortgage.
John B. Yeast to "W. R. Bradford, as
signment of mortgage.
Proof of Labor.
November 27 a daughter was born to
Mark B. Thompson and wife at Las
j Prlof of Labor.
C. E. Rose has rued proof of laoor
for the assessment work for the year
1910 on the property of the Mormon
Mining & Milling company in the Or
gan mountain mining district.
Mark B. Thompson has 'filed his bond
as a notary public for tne county of
LAND OFFICE NOTES.
Las Cruces, N. M-, Dec. 14. The' fol
lowing applications have be'en re
ceived and allowed at the local United
States land office:
" Marques M. Montoya, of Sherman. N.
M., for the southwest quarter of the
northeast quarter, the northwest quar
ter of the southeast quarter, and the
cast "half of the northwest quartor ff
section 15, township IS, south of range
10 west, contalnng 160 acres, subject to
the rigxit of way df- the ditch and res
ervoir of .the Rio Mimhres Irrigation
Guadalupe Apodaca, of Garfield, for
the southeast quarter of the northeast
quarter of section 25, township 17 south,
of range 5 west, containing 40 acres.
Soldier's Additional Homestead.
The issuance of a final certificate has
been directed by the local land office,
upon the payment of the proper fees
and commissions, to Martin D. Roberts,
asignee of Jo'wi H. Maples, administra
tor of the estate of John H. Collier,
deceased, for the northeast quarter of
the southwest quarter and the north
east quarter of the northeast quarter of
section ET, township 24 south, of range
17 west, containing SO acres.
Elmer G. Putnam, of Columbus, has
filed a contest case against Eugene P.
Irvine, of Columbus, on the desert land
entry for the northeast quarter of sec
tion 17, township 28 south, of range 7
west, containing 160 acres. The hear
ing 'nas been set before U. S. commis
sioner P. (G. Mosely at Columbus for
February 10, 1911, and the .final hear
ing will be had before the receiver and
register of the loqal land office at Las
Cruces on February 20, 1911.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 14. The Me
silla Valley Land and Mortgage com
pany has opened offices in the Loh
man building on Griggs street. The
firm is composed of F. L Lester, F. M.
Merrill and M. B. Thompson.
Mail subscribers should watch the
yellow label pasted on the wrapper or
first page of their paper. The date
there shows when the subscription ex
pires. When a remittance on subscrip
tion is made, this date Is changed. If It
is not changed soon after remittance,
allowing, of course, a reasonable time
to reach El Paso, the subscriber should
call the attention of this office to the
oversight. By doing so when the matter
is fresh in the minds of all concerned all
further trouble and Inconvenience will
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The most proralneat clubwoman la New York, Dn Adelaide "Wallersteln.
Dr. Wallersteln is said to hold membership la more clubs thaa any other New
York: woman. She is also prominent, in society and Independently wealthy.
Only lately-her friends were surprised to learn, that Dr. AVallerstela had
beea illvorced from her husband, Henry TVallcrstein for some days. During
the separation trial the secret tactics which characterized the John Jacob Ad
tor divorce case were used. Mrs. "Wallersteln Is the founder of the East Side
clinic for the poor in New York. When she was establishing: tkls society she
informed her society friends that she was tired of entertaining and being: en
tertained. She studied medicine, secured her degree, and has practiced stead
ily since that itme.
Former President Eeiter-
ates Things He Said Be
New Haven, Conn., Dec. 14. Col.
Theodore Roosevelt as the, guest of the
chamber of commerce at its an
nual banquet last night made his
first public address since the re
cent elections. He was cordially
greeted by a gathering of ' COO,
men representative of the business and
commercial interests and the profes
sions of the state. "
Governor elect Simeon E. Baldwin,
had' been invited to atend but was not
Governor Weeks was not present at
the banquet to represent the state,, nor1
was anj- member of the congressional
delegation, but their absence was due
to other engagements.
The governor attended a reception
at Meriden to the national commander
of G. A. R.
The dinner was served in the dining
hall of Yale universit3T known as "Com
mons." Roosevelt Proposes Toasts.
Col. Roosevelt was greeted with
cheers which lasted fully a minute
when he rose to speak-.
"It seems to me that nothing could
be a better augury of the future of
this country," he said, "than that a
Republican president should appoint, an
exconfederate of opposite political
fith, chief justice of the United States
supreme court and received the unani
mous applause of his countrymen.
With the ermission of your president,
I shall propose two toastae
"First to president Taft and second
to that learned jurist, chief justice
Col. Roosevelt said that in the last
half of the last century people had
concerned themselves with the materia
well being, believing that Its distri
bution would take care of Itself, but
Pthe people ha come to see, he added,
that they must concern themselves
with an equitable distribution of
"Bodies like this chamber of com
merce," said the colonel, have been
A Little Diapepsin relieves
bad Stomachs in five
As there is often some one In your
family who suffers an attack of Indi
gestion or some form of Stomach
trouble, why don't you keep some
Diapepsin in the house handy?
This harmless blessing will digest
anything you can eat without the
slightest discomfort, and overcome a
sour, gassy Stomach five minutes after.
Tell your pnarmaclst to let you read
the formula, plainly printed on these
60-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsin,
then you will readily see why it makes
Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Heart
burn and other distress go in five
minutes, ana relieves at once "such
miseries as BelcMnor of Gas. Eructa-'
PUTS All Ei 10 INDIGESTION UNO
A sour; GASSY, UPSET SIDHGH
industriously taught to regard me as
a kind of modified anarchist. As a
matter of fact, I think -that If you will
read what I have said, and not what
certain representatives of the press
have .said that I have said you will see
that I have tried to preach only the
doctrines on which this republic was
"I am a radical, but I am a radical
who most -earnestly desires to see a
radical program carried out by con
servatives. I wish to see great indus
trial reforms carried out, not by the
men who will prdflt by them but by
the men who lost by them, by just such
men as you are around me. I believe
most emphatically in the - progress
wltlch shall be sane."
Col. Roosevelt said he wised to see
the hand of the state and the nation
placed on the great corporations to
"The rights of man must be para-
mount in a republic, such as ours," he
In explaining his idea of the "square
deal,'" Col. Roosevelt said:
j "In don't want the prize in the race
j to go to the great man who is not fast
onoi'rh to win it. I want theia to start
iiqual opportunity, he said, ,-repre-
sented the idea upon which the repub
1 lie was founde ' .
Favors National and Stale Fights.
"I, care for the fact," he continued,
"and not in the least for the form. You
hear a good deal of national rights end
of -states rights. I'm for bo-.h."
The colonel said there nad been a
good deal of '"loose "nllc" abcut pro
posed changes in forms of government.
"The effort to get more complete con
trol over the agencies of interstate
commerce for the federal government,"
he said, "is not an innovation which
was not contemplated by the consti
tution, but a realization of the pur
poses of the constitution."
"A centurv and a auaripr acrn no
suchlegislation was. needed," he said.
Now it Is Imperatively ueedjgd..
"The forces striving for social anil
economic betterment are certain to
find an outlet," he said. "The question
' is, will Jt go forward wisely?
"Our fathers in this country have
i solved many great "questions. To us
t in this generation have come other
great questions. It rests with men
nice you to determine whether they
shall bring with the good, untold evil
to the country."
Xmas Your picture, our frame
strictly new stock. McKee, 40 i North
tlons of sour, undigested food. Nausea,
Headaches, Dizziness, Constipation and
other Stomach disorders.
Some folks have tried so long to find
relief from Indigestion and Dyspep
sia Or an out-of-order stomach with
the common, every-day cures adver
tised that they haye about made up
their minds tnat they have something
else wrong, or believe theirs Js a case
of Nervousness Gastritis, Catarrh of
the Stomach or Cancer. ,
This, no doubt, Is a serious mistake.
Tour real trouble is, what you eat does
not digest; instead. It ferments and
sours, turns to acid, Gas and Stomach j
poison, which putrefy in the digestive !
tract and Intestines, and, besides, poi
son the breath with nauseous odors'.
A hearty appetite, with thorough di
gestion, and without tne slightest dis
comfort or misery of the Stomach, Is
waiting for you as soon as you decide
to try Pape's Diapepsin
SPECIAL LOW FEES
During the entire month of December we are going to reduce our fees
less than ONE-HALF the usual charges, and although they have never
been exorbitant, still, many people in need of special treatment have
neglected consulting us for fear that they would be excessive. Many do
not consider trie fact that we furnrsh all medicines for the cure, that we
spare neither pains nor money in securing the best of everything for our
patients and that we have expended thousands of dollars in equipping
our offices and are giving them' as good treatment as they can get in
Chicago or New York. With all th is, our charges for curing many un
complicated Chronic Diseases do not exceed FIFTEEN DOLLARS.
A consultation, a careful examination and our opinion and advice will
cost you nothing nor obligate you to take the treatment, and wnen neces
sary we will use the X-RAYS, Chrystoscope and Miscroscope. or make a
chemical analysis FREE.
Some people who read our ads the past two weeks in which" we stated
that we would cure Varicocele, Stricture and Piles for the small, sum
of Fifteen Dollars, were very skeptlcaL The following letters-, taken from
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We guranatee a cure at the end of the third day. If you are not
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City, May 23, 1910.
Dear Doctors It is- with pleas
ure that I write you that the
little operation was a perfect
success. When I read your ad
vertisement stating that you
would cure varicocele for fif
teen dollars, I said to myself,
well, I wll go up and see wcere
the catch in this ad. is, as I
had some experience with ad
vertising doctors and the other
kind too, for that matter. You
did all you promised and I am
truly grateful. Would prefer
that you not use my name In
the papers, but -will talk with
Your Grateful Patient.
El Paso, May 25th.
Dear Doctors I believe' that
my stri'cture is welL. I feel ine,
in fact better than for yeara.
Your charges were less than
one-fourth I paid another spe
ed tlist Wno treated one for
months without giving me re
lief. Yours Gratefully,
El Pase. Texm.
Say, daddy, wlien do the first per
manent teeth come through?
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of the "baby set"
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called "6th year molars."
Dr. if. A. Magrtider
I DON'T WORK FOR NSGS0E3
in El Pas.