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L PASO HERALD
Friday, December 30, 1910.
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Start the New Year Right
Turn Over a New .Leaf
Be a Land Owner ,
We Extend to You the Oppori unity of Your Lifetime
TO EVERY PERSON WHO WILL CALL AT OUR OFFICES BETWEEN
THE HOURS OF 8:30 A. M. AND 8 P. M. OR MAIL US THE COUPON BELOW
K b w b R
unny Slope Addition No. 2
,x Adjoining the College Grounds
LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO
Regular prices of these Lots are $20 and $25 each.
These Lots are given without restriction of any kind and warranty deed issued
for each lot. The only expense to you is that you pay us $2 to help cover the
cost to us of issuing warranty deed, notary fees, etc., etc.
THE LOT IS FREE
DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY
We have sold all our Lots in Sunny Slope Addition, First Tract
And people who purchased-lots in this tract less than one year ago have resold
in numerous instances for more than 500 per cent profit.
We own and control some of the finest Valley Lands, Mesa Land and City
Property in the Great Southwest.
And that we can sell you any kind of Real Estate at lowest prices and on the
easiest terms. The large volume of business which we do enables us to sell on
the easiest terms and at the lowest possible prices, thereby saving for our cus
tomers money otherwise paid in big commissions.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS, NO MATTER HOW LARGE ORV HOW
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US.
DON'T BUY REAL ESTATE UNTIL YOU GET OUR PRICES.
Suite 508-509 Caples Building Fifth Floor ...
SAN ANTONIO STREET. OPP. MESA AVENUE
American National Realty Co., -
Suite 503-9 Caples Blflg.,
El Paso, Texas.
Enclosed please find $2 to help cover cost to you of issuing warranty deed to me'for a lot in Sunny Slope
Addition 2Cb. Two. Las Cruces, Xew Mexico.
K Name ,
Address .' :.
If you mail this coupon before Jan. 1, 1911. we will give you the lot, hut your letter mus Jbe postmarked
notlater than Jan. 1, 1911, if later we 'will be obliged to return your money.
NOTED LAWYER TO
' PLEAD OUR CAUSE
G-overnnient Assigns "W. C.
Dennis for El Paso in
A young man 32 years of age, yet
who has had a most phenomenal ca
reer in public life for one so young',
will represent the United Stetes before
the court of arbitration when it sits in
El Paso .to settle the Charnizal question.
A dispatch from Washington, D. C,
says: ""William C. Dennis, Richmond,
Ind., formerly assistant solicitor of the J
umiea oiaies siaie aepariment, nas re
turned from The Hague, where -he acted
as agent for the state department in
. adjusting the claims of the Orinoco
Steamship company against the govern
ment of Venezuela. He was compli
mented by secretary Knox for the effi
cient manner in which he handled the
"Mr. Dennis has been appointed agent
for the United States in the settlement
of the boundary question -with Mexico,
involving the title to the Charnizal
tract in El Paso on the Rio Grande.
"The land, about 600 acres' in area, is
valuable and a part of the city of El
Paso. The question of sovereign title
between the United States and Mexico
arose out of the change of the course
of the Rio Grande.
"Mr. Dennis, accompanied by Mrs.
Dennis, will probably go to Richmond
to visit during the holidays with his
father, Prof. Dennis, of Earlham col
lege." Mr. Dennis was educated for a teach
er, embarked in the practice of law and
has taken a "wide interest in peace
movements, having been secretary of
the Mohonk peace conference in 1901-2.
He was also secretary of the section
on international law at the Internation
al Congress of Arts and Sciences at the
St. Louis exposition and a delegate to
the Universal Congress of Lawyers and
Jurists at St. Louis the same year.
These are only some of the important
movements with which, he -has been
Prof. Hiram Hadley, of Las Cruces,
has known the young man since he wa
a mere lad.
BEAVERS AS HOSTS
Saturday night the El Paso Beavers
will hold open house for members of
the order and their friends and It is ex
pected that there will be a large at
tendance to witness the end of the old
year 'and the beginning of the new.
The club rooms, on the second floor
of The Herald building, will be readv
for occupancy Saturday night.
The furniture is oir old English anl
it Is expected to make these club rooms
as attractive as any in town. They are
certainly convenient enough.
OF HIGH SCHOOL
The midwinter graduating class of
the EI Paso high school consists of
but four members all girls. They are
Miss'T Marie Levinson, Maude Boh
mer, Lavina German and Elsinor Shel
ton. The examinations will be held In a
few days and they will be delivered
their diplomas at the commencement
exercises, which will be- held in the
high school building.
A much larger class expects to grad
uate next June. '
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jm that other soda crackers lack 1&
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LOEB BARRED BY
UNION LEAGUE CLUB
Cortelyou Is Said to Haye
Caused It and Roosevelt
New Tork. N. Y., Dec. 30. William
Loeb, jr., collector of the port here, has
been refused membership in the Union
League club, the city's most exclusive
organization of Republicans. George
B. Cortelyou, once aspirant for the
presidency of the United States, is said
i to have engineered the snubbing which
was given Loeb. The latter was in
strumental in quashing Cortelyou's am
bitions. Loeb has also held up several
members of the club and forced them
to pay duties on goods purchased
Recently a member of the wealthy
Seligman- family was refused member
ship to' the club because he was a
Hebrew. The membership committee
wrote to Loeb asking him if he was of
Jewish extraction. He ignored the
letter. The club bases its refusal to
To Anson Mills, to finish seventh
and eighth floors of Mills buildingr es
timated cost, $19,000.
El Paso county Juan Salcido to
Charles Llebig, survey No. 1, the Isl
and; 10; Dec. 27, 1910.
Tobin, Texas F. R. Tobin to Luis
Nunez, lot 10, block 102; $55; Feb. 26
Franklin Heights, Boulevard, between
Lee and Austin streets Ernest H. Mor
ris and wife to "W. B. Brack, east one
half of lot 28 and lot 29, block 60;
$4200; Dec 26, 1910.
Highland Park. New Orleans street,
between Kentucky and Alabama ave
nues P. B. Johnson and wife to Fran
ces B. Taylor, lots 27 and 2S, block 104;
$2425; Dec 22. 1910.
El Paso county W. G. McCombs and
wife to H. T. Collier and J. T. Love,
sections 24 and 12, block 65, and sec
tions 6 and IS, block 64, township 1,
T. & P. grant; $66S0.50; Dec 5, 1910.
El Paso county Geo. T. Mansfield
and wife to "W. G. McCombs, sections 24
and 12, block 65, and sections 6 and IS,
block 64. township 1, T. & P. grant;
$17,761; Dec 2, 1910.
El Paso counts J. H. Gray to Paul
McCombs, 61 acre tract in survey 105,
San Elizario grant; $1500; Dec 1, 1910.
El Paso county Robert L. Dorbandt
to Agnes Dorbandt, lots 42, 43, 46. 47,
48, 49. 63 and 64, Valley Gate subdivis
ion, six miles southeast of El Paso; $10;
Sept. 2, 1910.
Licensed to "Wed.
Alberto Camacho and Margarita
Albert M. Harper and Juanita De
To Santiago Abetia, Mexican, 7
Eighth street, boy, Dec 29.
To Frank Velo, American, 920 South
Campbell, boy. Dec. 28.
To L. Ramirez, American, 803 South
Oregon, boy, Dec 27.
To S. Chasco, Mexican. 1216 South
Campbell,"-girl, Dec 21.
To J. "W. Givens, negro, ,305 Park,
girl, Dec 5.
To James Barratt, American, boy,
Dec 28, 1910.
FOR BRICK PLANT
Public Meeting To Be Held
to Push Movement for
Tucumcari, N. M., Dec 29. A meet
ing has been called for Monday after
noon to endeavor to put into operation
the plans instituted in this city last
summer for the manufacture of build
ing brick under the management of
the South-Western brick company,
which is composed" of a number of
local investors. It is said that a 20
foot bed of fine brick shale can be had
at the company's lands four miles west
of Tucumcari, and that two specimens
in particular of finished brick, a white
and a red pressed brick, showed excel
lent qualities when put to a test before
investors in the east.
A company in San Francisco has of
fered to finance the.venture, it is said,
and a $10,000 plant will be put in if
their offer proves, acceptable. It is
membership on his neglect in answer- j hoped to be able to put brick on the
! ing this query- Tucumcari market at little more than.
Friends of Loeb and Col. Roosevelt J $12 a thousand,
plan reprisals. On the night of Oct. 11. - r
during the state campaign, Roosevelt
visited the club. He was ignored by
practically every member.
COMPARES MRS. EDDY TO
CHRISTj WILL RISE.
- 3Irs. Stetson Says Head of Christian
BIG EXHIBIT OF MOTORS Science Chnrch Will Reveal Her-
ANT AIRSHIPS IX XEW YORK ! eIf to The Faltnfnl."
New York. X. Y- Dec 30. TIiosp in'! New York. Dec. 30. In an interview, i
charge of the International Automobile ! Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson, formerly a
show, which opens tomorrow night at director of the First Church of Christ,
the Grand Central palace and closes on 1 Scientist, in this city, made the posi-
January 7, 1911, have introduced a new i tive statement that she expects Mrs.
feature in their annual exhibition.
Arrangement has been made to com
bine with the auto exhibit an Interna
tional Aviation show, the first aero-
j Mary Baker G. Eddy will yet "demon-
"I believe," she said, "that Mrs. Eddy
will make a manifestation that she
nautical exhibition of such magnitude J will reveal herself to me and others of
to be held in this country. Ltne outse world. The same situation
Aviators, makers of aeroplanes and ' exists today as when Jesus of Nazareth.
members of the aeronautical societies
of this city are taking the keenest in
terest in arranging for the showing of
the flying machines, which will com-
HASKELL SIGNS BILL, TO
REMOVE OKLAHOMA CAPITAL
Guthrie, Okla,, Dec. 30. Governor
Charles N. Haskell affixed his signature
to the state capital bill while sitting
on a stool in a railway eating house
in this city last night. The bill locates
the capital at Oklahoma City. Shortly
after 6 oclock last evening, the citi
zens of Oklahoma City met the require
ments of the governor that $71,200 be
raised before he would sign the bill,
after which the governor immediately
took a train for this city.
The governor swung off the train
and slipped into the eating house,
where he ordered a hearty dinner and,"
just to give zest to the meal, signed .tjie
bill. The bill was then handed to"
assistant secretary of state Meyer, the
governor boarded a waiting train and
was rushed back to Oklahoma City.
Guthrie interests have started ' court
proceedings against the legality of the
"Wheezing in the lungs Indicates that
phlegm is obstructing the air passages.
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP
loosens the phlegm so that It can be
coughed up and ejected. Price 25c, 50c
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Scott
White & Co., 204 Mills street, and De
prise passenger-carrying biplanes and
the largest monoplane racers capable
of gliding 100 miles an hour.
PLASTERERS BEGIN WORK
OX FT. DAVIS COURTHOUSE
Ft. Davis, Tex., Dec 30. The plas
terers for the Falls City Construction
company have arrived and the work of j Klondyke. Dragoon and other cattle and
plastering the new courthouse is in mining points being, represented. Cov-
"After three days he manifested him
self to prove that there is life after
WILLCOX MASONS HAVE BIG
BANQUET AND INSTALLATION
Willcox, Ariz.. Dec 30. The banquet
given hy the Masons of this section
proved the affair of the season socially
Prominent citizens from a radius of 35
miles were present, Pearce, Cochise,
Will find thev 2an fill thei
orders for feed, grain seeds
etc., etc., to their entire satj
isfaction here. If you have
never bought here, it would
be to your advantage to give
us a trial.
0. G. Seeton & Son
Third and Chihuahua Sis.
EI Pass Pasieur institute I
Pr Pre-rextlre TreatmemJ I
32." SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 2348 R. 1. Xm, 345T K
District court will open Tuesday. Mr.
and Mrs. Stewart will open up the
hotel for court week.
Lee Sproul has bought the Tubucio
Granado farm, two miles from town.
Eusabio Estrado, a pioneer of Ft
Davis, is dead.
The young -women who came home to
spend Christmas will leave New Year's
day for school again. They are Misses
Jessie Jones, Alice Powell and Ruth
BATH TUB TRUST LEADERS
MAY PLEAD GUILTY IN COURT
Washington, D. C, Dec 30Pleas for
clemency, it is reported, will be made
to the department' of justice by the in
dicted members of the so-called "bath
tub trust."' At a conference here today
attorneys for both sides will go into
the matter in detail. It is said lawyers
for some of those indicted have ad
vised their clients to plead "nolle
contendere" in the hope of having a
court impose fines and not jail sen
tences. Attorney general "Wickersham has
publicly declared he will insist on jail
sentences for all violations of the
He personally renewed his instruc
tions in the bath tub case.
S Want a job?
ers were laid for 60 guests and an ele
gant menu, consisting of oysters, sal- j
ads, meats. fr.uits, nuts, cakes anil cof-
fee was served. j
After the banquet the joint installa- j
tion of officers for the ensuing year ,
took place. The retiring worthy matron J
of the Eastern Star was Mrs. Horace I
Dunlap, who is succeeded by Mrs. B. J. '
McKinney. Of the Masonic lodge, the i
retiring officers were J. P. Richardson,
of Dragoon, worthy patron, and K.
Houser of "Willcox, worshipful master.
B. J. McKinney, of Cochise, was elected
to succeed to both of these offices.
"WILL MAKE PARENS SCHOOL
HOUSE GROUNDS A PRETTY PARK
Fabens, Tex., Dec. 30. Preparations
are now being made to improve and
beautify the school house grounds
here. It is planned to convert the
school grounds into a park and make
it a beauty spot. A well has been
sunk and a large windmill put up un
der the direction of At. W. Owens, of
El Paso, and the water will be used
by the school and for the purpose of
irrigating the school grounds.
NEW ARIZONA AUDITOR.
Phoenix, Ariz.. Dec 30. George A.
Mauk has been appointed to the office
of territorial auditor by governor
Sloan. Mr. Mauk succeeds "W.C.Fos
ter, who resigned several weeks ago to
engage in the banking business.
FLEET TO RETURN HOME
MANEUVERING AS AN E2WS3IY
Washington. D. C, Dec. 30. After
a memorable reception by England and
France, the Atlantic battleship fleet
will leave foreign shores tomorrow and
return home. The fleet will approach
this' continent as a technical enemy and
will attempt to elude the vigilance of
the fast scout cruisers which will
operate along the Atlantic coast and
endeavor to herald the advance of the ;
enemy. All conditions of actual -warfare
will be adopted and the fleet will
make a serious attempt to hide from
the watchful scouts.
We have more calls for office help than we can
sapply. Your hands earn from 50 cents to $1.5ff a
day. Your head, when properly trained, can earn
from $5 to S20 a day. . DRAUGHON'S will fix your
head aualify you for the S3 to $20-a-day class
and find the job. For FREE catalogue, call, write,
or phone DBAUGHOX'S 5USIXESS COLLEGE,
El Paso. Texas, 107 SoHta 1 Pase St.PieBeliS4.
&SSATEBS & CHSMIST8
Independent Assay Offlo
D. "W. Ebcxhast. E.3L, Proprietor,
Agsizt fer Ore Skippers Aseatfa ani
Chemical Analysis. Mine rtuffa4
and Reported Upon. BulUen Work 4
Office and Laboratory:
fer. S FnsdK & CthiinJli
EL PASO. TEXAS.
TO START WORK ON NEW"
PHOENIX HOTEL MONDAY.
Phoenix. Ariz.. Dec. 30. The con
struction work on the new hotel Adams
will be started Jan. 2. It is expected
that it willN be completed about the
first of December. The hotel is to cost
300.000. will have 170 rooms and will
be one of the finest hotels in the southwest.
R. L. F. AND E. OFFICERS.
The following officers have been
elected by Lodge No. 135, Brotherhood
of Locomotive Liremen and Engine
men: J. M. Bedford, president; H. New
ton, vice president; J. Gedeon. record
ing secretary: E. A. Brockmoller,
treasurer; H. F. Gaul, legislative repre
sentative; M. O. Wright, medical exam
iner; E. W. Schwartz, local chairman;
C. Glispie and R. Robertson, members
of protective board.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON.
Assayers, Chemists. Metallurgists.
Ageifts for Ore Shippers.
210 San Francisco St. Phone 324.
Drink Lots of it
It's pure, rich, sueet.
It's good, and good for your sys
tem. It's nature's purest food
drink. It's a health fcod.
Many families use three to five
quarts per day.
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l'hoaes: Bell 340: Aate. 1159.
Office 313 N. Oreeoa.
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