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Wednesday, April 20, 1910.
11 Two & Three Piece EL PASO HERALD NEW BUILDINGS FOR i , . a i ROSWELL AND I hese rirst juramer Oaysj B . && r WIC - $ 1 For Young' and Men Worth Regularly $20.00 and $22.50 On Sale Until Saturday Ths Hows c Knppcnfcciaa JLN 12J3X C2acaso 9 f Hand tailored Suits m the newest and best of the season's styles. Both the two and three piece styles are shown in a great variety of cloths and styles. "We feature particularly in this sale suits for the young fellows suits with lots of "dash" to them. Men of every build tall or short, stout or slim, can easily be fitted here in the "best clothes on earth." It's Now Time to buy for Summer Wear Straw and Panama Hats Negligee Shirts New Neckwear Cool Undergarments Cool Sleeping Garments Fancy Yests 'Summer Hosiery and of course, this is the place to --buy them best. I Capitalists Consider Rail road Extension Jlorses and Farms Sold. ill REMOVAL NOTICE! Santa Fe Ticket and Freight Office is located tem porarily in old Bisbee ,Caf e, comer San Francisco and Santa Fe streets. Come and see us. J. S. MORRISON City Pass. Agt. W. R. BROWN, Biv. Frt. & Pass. Agt. flHE. B HI hm b ww m TV m BEiieiifffg Iflfitlill rE$iiS est Irrigated Area In Mexico The interifatlofial Realty Gsmpasiy f iextee City ias bought, and offers for sale, 66.000 acres of the choicest River bottom alluvium at "Bebelama," State of Sinaloa3 Mxco. Abundant -prater from the Sinaloa River is delivered to each purchaser at e highest point on his land- Jjand also fronts on ccean shore and two harbors afford facilities for ocean transportation by coasting steamers. Everything that one can expect to raise in this latitude can be grown, profitably here. Three crops of some kinds, if desired, and alfalflk, about ten -cuttings. Glimate is ideal. Trade wind tempers summer heat, "while nearness to ocean prevents xrost and mean range 'of temperature is but 30 degrees, 60 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Elevation 20 to 40 fet above sea level. Property lies about fifteen miles below the Basnoa, or Xoxanjo Stations of the E. Y. C. and Pacific Railway, to -which u spur track Trill be built, affording the best and lowest rates for freights and fares. To those buying norv, these lands -will be sold at bed rosk price of 20.00 U. S- Currency per acie, payable in three instalments, one-third cash, balance in one and two years -with Sc per annum interest on deferred payments. All of the water required for irrigation of each tract will be furnished by the Bebelama Water Company at price of $2.00 U. S. Cur rency per acre 'per annum perpetually. General xienry Ide Willey, xhe distinguished Irrigation Engineer, 'in his report upon this project, states that: Tn all respects it presents phenomenally favorable features, nothing equaling it has ever been found by me in all my extensive experience." The land ia divided into tracts of about 60 acres area each, or 250x1000 meters, and not less than 30 acres can be bought unwl the contemplated Town Sites are segregated. Roswell, N. 2.L, April 20. There is a prospect that the Colorado National Life Assurance company may place two bigr 6 percent loans Monday for the erection of a large building in Roswell and one in Artesia. The matter will be decided Monday at a conference between A. M. Geldersleeve, the Denver manager, Edward McMillan, manager at El Paso and R. J. McClenny, the Roswell agent of the company. On account of the fact that It will be more convenient for a large number of pupils, the eighth grade examination for this portion of the county has been changed from Hagerman to Dexter Prol. "W. F. Osborne and Prof. S. L. Har riott will conduct it Col. W. S. Hopewell, of Albuquerque vice president of the New Mexico Cen tral railroad company; W. E. Findley, of New York; ex-governor Charles W. Stone of Warren, Pa.; and Charles J. Lantry, of New York, of the Lantry ft Sharpe construction company, which built the road, have been conferring with hnslnrss men relative to the pro posed extension of the road from Tor rance to Roswell. John "V. Rhea, in spite of his broken leg, caused by an auto accident a short time ago, has gone to the Yellow House ranch of the Littlefield cattle company, with J. P. White, to ship some of the fine steers he bought of the company a few weeks ago. Rev. S. E. Allison is here from Alpine, Tex., with the plans for a four story building which he expects to put up on the old postoffice and Masonic temple corner. C. J. Franks of Roswell is on his way to Bakersfield, Cal., with a carload of horses and mules valued at $5000. The mules weigh from 1200 to 1400 and tho horses from 1C00 to 1750 pounds. An SO-acre farm adjoining the Ham mond tract near Dayton, on which is the biggest oil well In the Pecos val'ey has been sold to G. M. Winans, of Nor man, Okla., at $150 an acre. Mr. Winan hopes to find oil on the land and will move his family there to live. Several carloads of extra fine mohair have just been shipped to eastern mar ket by Jaffa Prager & company. DAMAGE BY PRAIRIE FIRE AT BISBEE Boy's Leg Broken in Motor cycle Accident Court Owens at Tombstone. Bisbee, Ariz., April 20. A Are which is believed was caused by some hunt ers firing into dry grass, started be tween Bisbee and Douglas. Ranchers succeeded in extinguishing it within an hour. A strip of prairie several miles long was , burned before the ranchers could control the "flames. Rabbits, flocks of pigeons and other game flew in every direction, falling easy victims to the rifles of several hunting par ties. In order to avoid a team of horses, a hittle Mexican boy ran directly Into a motorcycle ridden by James Wilson Sunday morning. Though Wilson was riding slowly he hadTnot a chance to stop the machine and the boy fell un der it. His right leg was broken. James Smith, a negro, was arrested Monday night, while with a revolver in his hand he was lurking near the Cal umet & Arizona hospital. The negro was held under a $500 bond on a fel ony charge. A series of open air concerts will be given by the Calumet & Arizona band in the Warren baseball park dur ing the coming summer. . The band, under the direction of M. W. Mitchell, i will open the season Saturday. The United States court opened at Tombstone, Arizona. One of the most I the Grant Brothers' Construction com pany, which is charged with violation of the immigration law. The company has asked a change of venue from this county to Pina county. I II J & t If in V . . J n I IS: Of course, with us, all tilings lead to Grrandview. But these first summer days, pleasant enough certain ly, are still indications that the long, hot summer is not far off. And Grandview- is pleasant in summer. It?s higher up than the town and catches the cool breezes. On hot summer nights sleep forsakes El Paso and takes refuge in Grrandyiew. Then, Grandview's not crowded, like the closer in districts. Buy a homesite in Grandview now. Build on it and live there. Grandview has two street car lines, elec tric lights, telephone connections, pure mesa water. Or, buy Grrandview lots solely as an investment. As the business section of El Paso extendi ifs bounds the desirability and value of Grandview" lots increase. As an investment, Grandview offers handsome, and ab solutely sure, dividends. Grandview Lots Are S 4 II Sold On Easy Terms . j"1 No Interest No Taxes No Mortgage Newman Investment IHM Co. Bell Telephone 550. 226 Mesa Avenue. Automatic 1550 CIVIC PROGRESS JS MAYOR'S HOBBY Old Statue of Benito Juarez in Border City to Be Replaced. Engineers have completed drawings of the new Juarez park, where already the stone base for the huge statue Is being constructed, back of the official school for boys, which the street cars pass enroute to the race track. The new plaza will virtually be four parks in one, to be formed of four di visions of grass, subdivided in many parts. The walks will be exception ally broad and lined with shade trees CATTLE SHIPPED TO IvAXSAS FOR PASTURE N 1000 Head From the l.ce and SIcXerT Ranches General Xeros Xotes at Orojjrande. Orogrande. X. ML, April 20. A train load of cattle comprising 35 cars was shipped from Turquols station Tuesday. The shipment was made up of &00 cows from -the Lee ranch, and about 400 from the McNew ranch. They were sent to Kansas to be put on summer pasture and later to be fed for the market. Mrs. John Stephenson, who is at pres ent living in El Paso with her little daughter, Grace, came up Tuesday for a short visit with Mr. Stephenson, and her daughter, Mrs. Beid. "Will Parrot made- a business trip to El Paso Tuesday. The Silver Hill social club met Sat urday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Howard Leech and spent the evening playing five hundred. Four tables were In use. Mrs. J. A. Downs will go to El Paso the last of the week to attend the serv ices at the Catholic "hurch at which time her niece, Miss Margaret Mahoneyr will take the first communion. George E. Moffett, of Orogrande, has gone to .Santa Fe and an connection with other parties has opened a real estate office under the name of Geddls. Mof fett & Co. under which benches will stand. In one of the divisions a grand stand will be erected. The El Paso and Juarez trac tion company will be requested to move their line for a short distance, afford ing full opportunity for the landscape gardeners. The ne'w park will be completed in September, according to the plans of acting jefe politico Portillo, who Is con ducting its construction. "Workmen are tearing down the monu ment of Benito Juarez which has been standing for many years in the Juarez plaza in front of the old mission, since the city will have a real lifesize statue of the great statesman. The old one Is to be exiled to the little plaza In front of the municipal buildings at the rear of the ancient church. In place of the j old monument will be constructed a new grandstand, and real sidewalks will Im prove the place. ?20,000 ALFALFA 3IILIi . BURXS AT ARTESIA. Artesia, N. M April 20. The Kuykendall alfalfa feed mill - burned here yesterday- The loss is estimated at $20,000, - partly insured. The cause of ' the fire is unknown. - CITJDAD JUAREZ GETS $25,000 ?OR MOXX3IE-T. The bill appropriating 25,000 from the federal treasury to help build a monument to Benito Juarez In the city of Juarez on the northern frontier was passed by congress yesterday. The stae of Chihuahua and the city of Juarez will bear the additional cost of the monument" which will be one of the largest In the republic. Mexico Record. THE CIRCUS acrobat finds it necessary at all times to keep his muscles and, joints supple. That Is the reason that hundreds of them keep a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liiniment always on hand- A sure cure for rheumatism, cuts, sprains, s.ore throat, lame back, contracted muscles, corns, bunions and all pains. Price 25c, 50c and ?1.00 per "bottle Sold by all druggists. Pot information concerning thjs land apply to if ENTERNAT10&AL REALTY COMPANY ftSexico, D. F. Douglas & Eaton on the land, or at Bamoa, Sinaloa, Mexico, nmnDqidt Exploration ,o?npany, ou Uimrch Street. -New iork Uity. A. P- Coles and Bros., El Paso, Texas, and Ool. Allen T. Bird, of "Oasis,' Nogales, Sonora. - I J al -r?s saB ivEEPotTSAXD,mRTAXDxDOrajg, O'Donnell & Go,, 8en. ilgfs. AT THE DOORS ASD WTSDOWS. BhBB -, . . .- ,, i Pncne Bell 43. Chamber of Commerce Blig. CROPS OP MORMON" COLONISTS INJURED AT COLOXIA DIAZ. Frostn and Cold "Weather Delay Season Pnnip for Canal Ready for Ukc Xe-n s Note. Colonia Diaz, ilex., April 20. The hard frosts of Sunday and Monday nights killed nearly all the fruit and nipped the alfalfa so bad it Is being cut. It is so cold the crops are not growing. Edward and Charles Paine and John Prows, of Colonia Dublan, spent Sun day in missionary work' here. The people have been busy getting the canal in good shape fortlie sum mer use. The big pump which was put in Is almost ready for work. "William Adams and sons, who have been working on the railroad, nave re turned home. ' Ernest Ranney will leave for Dub lan Tuesday to get new supplies for the store. The Diaz Dramatic club met and ar ranged to play "Santiago" for the 5th of May he Henry Georde Plant w ,v 3k 3t4: "m. is a tremendous factory. Its warehouses hold thou- - . a sands ot rales of fohdor-n (fi all the time. Wtknow that the de- mnu wm Keep up as long as we Keep up trie quamy so we provide room for all the good leaf we can lay hands on in the years when to bacco has the best flavor, finf o-onH leaf alone isn't enough for the .enry George lidar It must be ripe-as well; it must be aged until all die harshness is gone. That accounts for the constantnuld: ness and fragrance. Good workman ship makes the Henry George burn evenlywithout rankness or charring; the wrapper is delicate and whole; the filler is long and so is the enjoy ment. In every case in town and aHead in every case. The Clubhouse is banded the Perfecto k bo NILES & MOSER CIGAR CO., Distributors Telephone Main 3500 Dsaver, CoL HK&HCO