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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, December 30, 1910.
condition while in
per pound ...
Prime Sib Roast,
H, G. SCHNEEDE
"THE PIONEER MARKET. OF EL PASO"
Bell 14 and 893 107 S. El Paso Auto 1014
Did You Get. a Talking?
if not a dcllar a week will buy one Now.
Edison Phonographs or Victor Talking
$1 PER WEEK
NEW STYLES NEW PRICES
W. G. Walz Company eiposoSl
Cut Price Grocery
A5D MEAT MARKET.
Best Fresh Meats and Fancy
Both Phones 1571.
Try Herald Want Ads.
r$5 dissbs (-
r&Sfrm!&' 1 UiOLv 'gSfe..3S
Start the new year right
by buying your meats
here. At the end of the
year you will find you have
saved considerable and
have been able to secure
better meats. We main
tain our own cold storage 1
plant, hence are able to
keep the meats in perfect
Mutton Stew, o
per pound OC
Chuck Steak, Of
3 pounds fc0C
Leg of Mutton,
GREAT MEAT SALE.
Prime rib roast (Xmas) 17 c
Chuck roasts, 3 for 25c
Mutton stew, 3 -for 25c
Pan Sausage, 10c per lb.
Dressed 'nens, 20c
Can oysters, 35c
Corned beef. 10c
Peerless roasts, 12 c
Ardoins Market. ,
Call Bell 115, Auto. 1115, tell what
you wish to buy, sell or rent, and The
Herald will do the rest.
HOLIDA Y RA
To those who are going home to spend
the holidays the following v low round
trip rates are announced :
Between all points on the E. P. & 5. W.
System a round trip rate of
Tickets on sale Dec. 30 and 31st. Also Jan. 1st
and 2nd, 1911 Final limit Jan. 3rd.
Full information regarding any trip cost of ticket,
schedule, etc. will be gladly furnished by
Tickets Sold to
Las Cruces and the Mesilla Valley
LOTS IN TWO YEARS
People in All Parts of the
United States Buy Prop
erty in Las Graces.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 30. -The re
cords at the office of the probate clerk
of Dona Ana county show that there
have been more than 1500 lots sold in
the various additions to the town of
lias Cruces during the past two years.
The purchasers of these lots live in
nearly every state in the United States.
Only a few of the purchasers have
moved to the valley, but communica
tions from others indicate that they in
tend to move to Las Cruces as soon
as the real work starts upon the
Elephant Butte dam. In Pueblo, Colo
rado, alone, there have been over 100
lots sold, while the smaller towns in
Texas have contributed over 100, also.
Inquiries as to farming1 land are be
ginning to come in every day and the
real estate dealers of the valley are
looking forward to a large number of
sales during the next three moaths.
AT LAS CRUCES RESUMED
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 30. On
account of the holidays, the billiard
tournament has been allowed to lapse,
but now that the holiday season is
over the games have been started
again. Yesterday afternoon the re
sult of the game was as follows:
Miller 64, high run 12; McBride 36,
high run 7. Nevarez 41, high run 5;
L. W. Case 40, high run 4.
The balance of the games, in the
tournament will be played as rapidly
as possible from now on, .and the "win
ners of the handsome trophy cup will
be announced at an early date.
LAXD OFFICE XOTES.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 30. The fol
lowing business has been transacted at
the local land office:
The application for homestead entry
of James A. Harpham, of Columbus,
has been allowed for southwest quarter
I soion 3, township 2S, south of range
i west, containing 160 acres.
Application for south half of south
east quarter, section 21, township 16,
OUUlll Ul. IdUoU J.U CilGL. its ICJCCIKU uc- i
cause the Jand is covered by a prior
An application for west half of
southwest quarter, section 22, township
16, south of range 10 east, was rejected
because the land as covered by Alamo ,
national forest. l
A lien selectfon for west half of
southwest quarter, section 23, and west
half northeast quarter, section 22,
township 17, south of range 14 west,
containing 160 acres, was rejected be
cause the land was covered by a home
Dcert Land EntrT.
The application of Roscoe W. Hafey, '
of Columbus, was accepted for a desert
land entry on the southeast quarter of J
section 33, township 28, south of range
7 west, containing 160 acres.
POLITICAL RALLY HELD.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 30. A poli
tical rally was held at the headquar
ters of the People's party on Main
street, at which the constitution was
discussed and the reasons given for the
party's attitude in opposing it-,
H. D. McGregor,
City Ticket Agent
All Parts of the1 World
CRUCES MAN DEAD
AT THE AGE OF 108
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 30. Anselmo
Madrid died at his home in this city
"Wednesday at the age of 108 years.
The funeral services were held from
the Catholic church yesterday morning.
Madrid had been a resident of the
Mesilla valley for more than 50 years
and was well known throughout the
entire valley. He remembered the early
days and was very fond of telling
anecdotes and relating incidents of the
early days when New Mexico was un
der the -Spanish rule and when the
indians frequently went on the war
path. Mr. Madrid leaves a large number of
REPUBLICANS TO HOLD
PRIMARY OX SATURDAY
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 30. The Re
publicans of precinct No. 3 will meet at
7:30 p. m., on Saturday, at the south
school house for the purpose of nomin
ating candidates for justice of the
peace and constable 'of that precinct.
This will be a mass meeting.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Dec 30. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have been filed in the office of the
probate clerk of Dona Ana county:
Julian Garcia de Torres et al., heirs
of Jose Torres, deceased, to Jerfecto
Jaramillo, warranty deed to lot 5, block
17, of the town of Colorado, containing
one-fourth of an acre; $1 and other
J. T. Miller to H. T. Smiht, of Brazos.
Tex., warranty Seed to lots 30 and 32,
block 12, Miller's Washington Park ad
dition to Las Cruces; 1 and other val
J. T. Miller to C. S. Pope, of Topeka.
Kas.. warranty deed to lot 35, block 11
.of Miller's addition to Las Cruces J $1
and other valuable considerations.
L. C. Key to Sallie E. Key, his wife,
warranty deed to 16 acres of land situ
ated about two and one-half miles
north of Las Cruces; $1 and other
Assignment of Mortgage.
Ella F. Buvens to William Tate, as
signment of mortgage.
Claude Henry, of Las Cruces, has been
issued a commission as a notary public
for Dona Ana county by governor Mills.
The map of the Gramercy Park addl-
tion to Las Cruces nas oeen niea in tne
probate clerk's office by the American
National Realty company.
Proof of Labor.
Charles E. Rose has filed proof of
labor for the assessment work for the
year 1910 on the Hancock No. 1 and
the Hancock No. 2 mining claims situ
ated in the Black Mountain mining
December 16, a son was born to
Jesus L. Borunda and
wife at San
A marriage- certificate has been is
sued . to Jesus Florez. aged 24 years,
and Refugia Qulntana, aged 16 years,
both of La Union.
TRUSTEES TO 3XEET.
j Las Cruces, N. , M., Dec 30.
' board of trustees of the town of Las
j Cruces will meet Monday evening. Jan. j
' 2, when the question of the improve- j
. mr Revolution
mw in baking methods which gave the Kt
jP world Uneeda Biscuit also resulted in a Kfc
m Revelation , Ik
m E( soa cracer qualify. You M
(flw mji realize this the moment you Mi
M a Package open royaI purpIe PacfeaSe W
M (Never sold in bulk) an & soda crackers so tempt- jflft
Ml ing and good that they cannot m)
Ik jw& Uneeda
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?ent of the city streets will come up.
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trio cfrfintc nora rnii It- 1c fno intPTinnn
the streets here and it is the intention
of the board to open up new streets as
fast as the city funds will permit
RECEPTIOX AT COLLEGE.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 30. Mrs.
Hammond and Miss Lewis entertained i
5 esterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Hammond at Agricultural College,
there being quite a number of Las
Cruces people in attendance.
FROM TEE HERALD
Chihuahua. Mexico, Dec. 30. Miss
Maria Enriquez has just been awarded
an elegant table silver set by The Her-
Paso Herald .
This handsome prize was given Miss
Enriquez for securing 30 new yearly
subscriptions to the El Paso paper,
which she was able to do in slightly
more than two days time, due to her
large acquaintance and the popularity
of The Herald.
UPRISIXG OF NATIVES
OX PACIFIC ISLAXDS
People on Carolina. Islasd In Arms
German Cruler to Put Down
man cruiser Emden sailed today for
X-Oimpe, WiU"tt iuu, nS v V
Berlin. Germany. Dec SO.-The co-
lonlal office has received a message
from the German governor of the Caro-
lina islands, reporting his arrival at
Ponape with '160 soldiers.
He states that the Insurgents do .
not exceed 250 and the natives general- j
lj- are loyal.
The cruiser Nuremberg was ordered j
to oroceed from Hong Kong to Ponape. i
The cruiser Cor,moran and the sur- j Mexico City, Dec SO. One single
veying ship Planet are already there i state in the republic is holding the bu
while the cruiser Emdeu is en roulo j reauvof statistics from giving out the
to the scene from Tsing Tao. N official census figures showing the en-
A dispatch from Prlsbane, Austra- j tire population of the country. That
lia, last night, stated the natives in 1 state Is Zacatecas. All the others sent
PonaDe had revolted and murdered
four Europeans and five friendly na
tives. The Carolina islands, together
with the Western Carolinas, were sold
by Spain to Germany in 1S99.
They form a large archipelago, some
6S0 small Islands in 48 groups in the
Pacific ocean, latitude about five de
grees too10 degrees north, longitude
135 degrees to 165 degrees east. The
most important Islands are Tap and
Ponape. Cipra is the chief export town.
There are a number of .trading stations
on the Islands, the area of which Is
560 square miles. ,
The population is about 40,000.
A series of native outbreaks- that,
began in the winter of 1908 ceased in
the following April when the local au
thorities succeeded In restoring order
wiWi the assistance of the German
The disturbances at that time were
due to a religious warfare.
The protestant natives were array
ed against the Catholicts.
Each camp possessed about S00 ri
fles. MURDERERS TO JOIN
THE 3IADERISTA FORCES
Two Italinns Flee From Arizona t
Mexico City, Mex.. Dec 30. Two
Italians, murderers of two miners in
Bisbee. Ariz., have fled to Mexico for
the avowed purpose of joining the
Madero revolutionists, according to a
letter received at the American con
sulate here yesterday. The letter Is
signed by John F. White, sheriff of
Cochise county, Ariz., and offers a re
ward of $1000, goId,xfor the arrest and
conviction of the mven, conviction being
sure if once arrested, according to the
The men, Pete Raviglia and Batisto
Marinoni, the night of Dec 13, stabbed
to death Parker Bawling and D. H.
Faulk and seriously woUnded Ernest
Duber, all American miners.
Immediately following their attack,
the two Italians fled to Mexico, stat
ing to friends that they were going to
Join the Madero forces. They were
heavily armed and are dangerous men.
Lame ttacK may come from over-work,
cold settled in the muscles of the back,
or from disease. In the two former
cases the right remedy is BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It should be
rubbed in thoroughly over the affected
part, the relief will be prompt and sat
isfactory. Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 per
bottle. Sold by Sott White & Co., 204
Mills street, and Depot Pharmacy.
ALIVE IN JALISCO
Mexican Burned at Rock
Springs Not Rodriguez
Guadalajara, Mexico. Dec. 30. Anto
nio Rodriguez, supposed to nave been
burned at the stake at Rock Springs,
Texas, is in Guadalajara, hale and
hearty. Dispatches from Rock Springs
at the time of the lynching made reas
onably certain the identity of the man
as the resident of this city and,, as
an aftermath to the killing, anti-American
demonstrations in Mexico were
Rodriguez was arrested here several
days ago on suspicion that he was an
agent of the revolutionary leader Ma
dero. His Identity was established yes
terday and he was released.
Rock Springs, Texas, Dec 30. The
man lynched here on November 3 for
the murder of a cattleman's wife was
known as Antonio Rodriguez and it
was said he came to the United States i
from Mexico. .
Mexican newspapers at once found
that an Antonio Rodriguez had lived at !
Guadalajara and, without further in- I
declared the Guadalajara
i man was the victim. The Mexican con-
' el -t -TCnrl -pcc l,r0.tlr,t rJa.
the mob here was a refuge from jusr
tice in Mexico traveling under an as-
sud name. That is the accepted ver-
TnT4T. pnmrT ixinv
J-EXICO S TOTAL POPULATION
IS OVER 14,000,000
Returns Have Been. Rdeived From
Every State Except Zacatecas.
In their statements with more or less
tardiness, but up to yesterday overy
one except Zacatecas was in.
Zacatecas, according to the census
of 1900, gave a population of 462,190.
Now it is estimated that, if any change
is made, there will be an increase of
probably 65.000. making a total for
this census of 527,190.
However, it may be remarked that
the capital of Zacatecas in 1900, had
32.S66, and this year only gave 25.
905, a decrease of 6961. This may ac
count for the fact that as a mining
town during the last few years, the
works in that district have decreased
considerably and the majority of peo
ple who earned their living from the
mines had to emigrate to some other
The total census returns of the re
public of Mexico in 1900 showed a to
tal of 13,607,259. Now it is estimated
it will be over 14,000.000.
SINFUL TOBACCO IS USED
IX THE HOLY ZIOX CITY
Chicago, 111., Dec 30. Wilbur Glenn
Voliva, overseer and successor to John
Alexander Dowie, has opened up a new
crusade against smoking in Zion City.
Taking cognizance of the existence of
a new faction, known as "indepen
dents" who have not been afraid to
smoke in public recently, he followed a
general circular on the subject with
personal letters to alleged leaders.
In each Voliva announced he would
begin prosecutions if the "pernicious
habit' was not instantly abandoned."
ATTEXDS FITXERAL OF
' BROTHER KILLED BY EXGIXE
George Harper, county tax collector,
has returned from Ft. Worth, where
he accompanied Mrs. Harper, who was
called to attend the funeral of her
brother, E. G. McNiel, who was killed
in the M. K. & T. railway freight
yards. According to reports, a freight
engine ran McNiel down. He formerly
lived in El Paso and has a number of
acquaintances here. Mrs. Harper re
mained in Ft. Worth and will return
early in January.
3IR. CORRAL'S HEALTH IS
DECLARED MUCH IMPROVED
Mexico City, Mex., Dec. 30. It is
given out a't the department of the in
terior that vice president Corral, who
is now at Tehuacan. will not return to
the capital before Jan. 10 or 15.
It was also given out that the vice
president is much improved in health
and that his daughters will join him
about Dec'2S and remain at Tehuacan
until their father returns to this city.
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
Mikss Hms Lay
PURINA CHICK FEED
SavM laky CWtks
(fJwtys fai CiMturtttri
FDfl SALE 1Y
0. G. SEET0N
HER HANDS AND ARMS
BEAUTIFUL IN A
FREE PRESCRIPTION DDD IT.
Grace Benson says: "Had anyone
told me such wonderful result could
be accomplished so quickly I posi
tively would not have believed. It. My
arms and Siands were covered witk
freckles; my neck was dark and
wrinkled from the use of high cel
lars; my hands were tanned and the
knuckles red. All these defects were
removed by one application of a free
prescription, which I am pleased t
give to anyone. It's just as simple
aa it Is effective. Go to any drug"
store and get an empty two-ounc
bottfe ad one-ounce bottle of Ku
lux Compound. Pour the entire bot
tle of Xuiux Into tne two-ounce bot
tle, add one-quarter ounce of wltca
hazel and fill with water. Prepare
this prescription at your own home,
then you know you are getting it
right. Apply night and morning. It
makes the skin soft and beautiful,
no matter how rough and ungainly
your hands and arms are. One appli
cation will astonish you. I have given
this prescription to thousands of wo
men and they are all just as enthusi
astic as I am. Try it on your neck and
shoulders and you will be agreeably
WOEK IS INSPECTED
Judge A. S. J. Eylar, of the county
court, returned Thursday night from
Clint and Fabens. where he inspected
the new Clint-Fabens road. He states
the road has been pushed to a point
within three miles of Fabens and that
Richard Caples, the contractor, ex
pects to complete the work within six
weeks. Judge Eylar was well im
pressed with the work and says the
road will be one of the finest in the
HELD OX ASSAULT CHARGE.
On a charge of aggravated asault.
J. A. McKee has been transferred from
the police station to the county jail.
Frankle McKee is the prosecuting wit
ness. The assault is alleged to havt
occurred on Dec 27.
Lame back is one of the most com
mon forms of muscular rheumatism, v
few applications of Chamberlain's Lini
ment will give relief. For sale by all