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, Thursday, Sept. 22, 1910.
" a "' " ' " M1IM;Ma'i Ba" r LAS CRUCES MEN going TO PUEBLO Summer Excursion Rates Expire Sept. 3 Travel via the "Right Route East" and take advantage of low round trip ex cursion rates which are in effect until Sept. 30th. Return limited to October 31st. We will be glad to quote rates and routes -and make Pullman reservations for you. Ridisrd Warren, Gen. Agt. H.D. McGregor, C. P. A. Rofeerts-Banser Building. LAlttttattto '5TH AVENUE, 34th AND 3511?. STREETS, NEW YORK HAVE NOW READY THEIR CATALOGUE No. ,102 FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASONS, A COPY OF WHICH m WILL BE MAILED UPON REQUEST. NOTICE PREPAYMENT OF SHIPMENTS ATTENTION IS DIRECTED TO THE NEW SHIPPING SERVICE. FOR THE. ACCOMMODATION OF PATRONS. DETAILS OF WHICH ARE CONTAINED IN THIS CATALOGUE. Arrangements Are Complet ed for Special Train; Parade at Cruces. Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 22. C. A. Kinne, secretary of the El Paso cham ber of commerce, and John A. Happer were in X.as Cruces yesterday to make the final arrangements for the trip of the Rio Grande delegation to the irrigation congress at Pueblo. The special train will arrive in Las Cruces on Saturday evening and re main here for two hours. There will be a parade from the depot through the principal streets of the town, end ing at the armory where there will be an informal smoker. The evening will be enlivened by a band concert in the plaza in front of the Catholic church by Kindig's Municipal band of El Paso, which will be the official band and will be known as the Ele phant Butte band while in Pueblo. The special train will go from here to Albuquerque, arriving at the Duke City at 6:30 Sunday morning, remain ing there about two hours .and arriv ing at Pueblo at 1:30 oclock Monday morning. The headquarters of the Rio Grande delegation will be at the Con gress hotel, which will aLso be the offioial headquarters for the conven--tion. Each member of the delegation from Xew Mexico and Texas will carry a cane with a small American flag at tached and there will be two large American flags and two large banners. In addition 2000 miniature 'Mexican sombreros have been secured to be used as souvenirs. At Albuquerque the special train will pick up a dining car from the Santa Fe and this will be under the personal supervision of J. M. Stein, southwestern superintendent of the Harvey house system, who will re main with the diner throughout the trip. ' There will be 25 delegates from bona Ana- county, among them' the following: Oscar C. Snow and TV. S. Gilliam to represent the Mesilla community ditch; H. B. Holt and S. P. Stewart the Elephant Butte "Water Users' asso ciation; Harry Heffleman and G. A. Snyman, the Three Saints' ditch; I. C. Oden and John Barncastle, the Dona Ana ditch; R, L. Toung and Jas. Quesenberry, the Las Cruces commu nity ditch; F. S. Jones, the San Miguel ditch; E. B. Hoagland, the Mesilla Val ley Produce exchange; TV. P. Lapoint and T. Rouault, jr., the Dona Ana county commissioners; TV. A. Suther land and professor Luther Foster, tha New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts; Nicholas Galles and Dr. G. D. Martin, the Mesilla Val- ley chamber of commerce; John J. Schneider to represent the individual farmers between Las Cruces and Dona Ana. All of the above mentioned hae already deposited the money for the trip and there will be at least seven others who will join the crowd when they leave here Saturday night. 44 and 45 In block 35, and lots 9, 11, 1-, 15, 17, 19, 21 and 23 in block 36 of Miller's addition to the town of Las Cruces; consideration, ?1 and other valuable considerations. The Sunshine Valley company of New Mexico to Ferdinand J. Emme, war ranty deed to lots 17 and IS in block 35 of the Mesa Heights addition No. 2 to the town of Las Cruces; consid eration, $60. Claim Allowed. In the probate court the claim of Frank Kropp against the estate of Angel Carrion, deceased, for the sum of $173.40, due on a promisory note, was allowed by the executrix and ap proved by the probate judge. Map Filed. Frank E. Cox, of El Paso, has filed for record a map of Cox's subdivision to the town of Las Cruces, said sub division lying east of the town and containing 20 acres. Birth Returns. August 31, son to Jose R. Lucero and wife at Las Cruces. August 21, son to T. V. Allen and wife at Colorado. Deputy probate clerk Jesus Nevarez will be in charge of the probate clerk'3 office during the absence of Isidoro Armijo. who goes to Santa Fe to attend the constitutional convention. section 19, township 28, south of range 7 west, containing 160 acres. -Ney B. Gorman, of Deming, for 160 acres in section 26, township 26, south of range 9 west. A final certificate has been issued to Timothy McNamara, of Fierro, N. M., on his mineral claim, the "Hobson" lode, in the Central mining district In Grant county. RECLA13IIXG DESERT LAXDS IN VICINITY OF CRTjCES. Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 22. Emma Graham of Cutter was in Las Cruces 3resterday and made her third annual proof on 40 acres of desert land which she took up three years ago. She has spent several thousand dollars in re claiming the land and will be ready to make final proof next year. A. B. Sowell was also before the land office yesterday and made a desert land entry on SO acres of land near Cutter. He will reclaim this land by putting down wells and pumping wa ter, and also by building large storage dams to impound the floOl waters of the arroyas which come down after each rain in the hills and mountains. CRUCES BOWLERS COME TO EL PASO CHAMBER'S first -wife TAKES - HAND IX MATTERS SHes for Cancellation of Agreement With Cavalier! on Ground That It Will Interfere With Her Alimony. New Tork, Sept. 22. The validity of the famous prenuptial agreement be tween Robert TVinthrop Chanler and Lina Cavalieri, his bride, is now cer tain to be tested in the courts. Chanler's first wife, Julia Chamber lain Chanler, who obtained a divorce from hini in the French courts in 1907, has filed suit here In behalf of herself and her children in an endeavor to set aside the agreement on the ground that It was obtained by fraud and undue In fluence and that It was not the free net of Robert TVinthrop Chanler. Mrs. Chanler, the first, has an agreement of her own with her former husband providing for the payment of $10,000 yearly for her support and $5000 yearly for the support of each of her daugh ters. The plaintiff is not aware," she says in her papers, "of the yearly income of the said Robert Chanler, but the plaintiff believes that by the aforesaid agreement, the defendant has put it out of his power to carry out the terms of his said agrement with the plain tiff and that by reason thereof, the plaintiff and her children may be de prived of the means of livelihood." PARK SPRINKLING. Park commissioner Harris is author ity for the statement that the care taker of Cleveland and Carnegie squares did not sprinkle the grass in these two plazas Tuesday before the I" band concert. Commmisioner Harris says that the ground will retain the dampness as long as 24 hours after It . is sprinkled and that the two parks I were not wet later than Tuesday morn INSURANCE ADJUSTERS AT AGRICULTURAL. COLLEGE,' Expect to Scalp the Goeasies "When They Meet Here Next Saturday. .Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 22. The Elks' bowling team which is "scheduled to bowl against the El Paso Go-Easles in that city on Saturday evening, held a meeting last evening and decided that in view of the faot that the con test would be so one sided, it would be advisable to allow the members of the Las Cruces team to bowl only one ball each game and allow the Go-Easies to use their entire membership. The Las Cruces Elks will bring down three boys from the public school and these boys will bowl against the Go-Easies, the Elks simply opening the game with one ball apiece. This is thought to be the fairest arrangement that can be made. Of course, if the Go Easies protest against bringing the boys, down, the Elks will play the game as originally arranged for, but will insist on being heavily handicap ped. The big game between mayor Kelly and Jdim H. May will prove unusually interesting, as Johnny has been prac ticing each evening and has brought his average up to over 50. Authentic information from El Paso fs to the effect that mayor Kelly has started a rigid sjstem of training and has man aged to bowl as high as 57, so that the contest will be a spirited and close one, with the odds in favor of the Las Cruces man. WHOOPING COUGH IS BAD AT LAS CRUCES The Big 4 From St. Louis East New York Central Knickerbocker Limited Special New York & New York & Boston Express New England Special J afford you, in addition to many other excellent feat ures, advantages obtainable via no other r-mte viz.:' The only water level route along the shores of the G?'eat Lakes and the Mohawk and Hudson Rivers. - v- Arrival at the only railway terminal in New York on subway, surface and ele vated lines Grand Central Terminal, the real heart of New York. Leave .St. Louis 8.45 a. m., 1.00 p. m., 8.50 a. m.,1 11.55 p. m., via Big Four few York Centra, fliiilP Tickets and sleeping car accommodations and full information furnished on application to your local agent or to ERWIN TEARS, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept 1017 17th Street, Denver, Colo. H. J. RHEIN, Gen. Pass. Agent Cincinnati W. J. LYNCH, Pass. Traffic Manager Chicago Board of Resents Meets; Many -Women of Las Crnces Going: to Irrigation Congress; Personal Xevrs. Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 22. Mrs. T. Rouault, jr., and Miss Marie Rouault spent "Wednesday and today in El Paso, the guests of friends. Miss Ethel Foster expects to leave the first part of next week for Mc Alister, Okla., where she will remaii during: the winter with her aunt. Judge F. W. Parker returned yester day from Silver City. The insurance adjusters, J. E. Haw kins, of El Paso, M. V. B. Benson, of Denver, and "W. A. McGrew, of Denver, arrived at the Agricultural college yesterday, representing- 11 insurance companies in the adjustment of the fire loss occasioned by the burning of McFie. hall. Final settlement of the matter was delayed on account of the fact that the insurance companies re quire one man to be appointed as a rep resentative to deal with the adjusters. For this purpose the board of regents called a special meeting at which R. E. 'McBride was named as the representa tive to deal with the adjusters, and It is thought that the matter will be satisfactorily settled today. During the absence of president AV. E. Garrison at the constitutional con vention during October and Novem ber, professor J. O. Miler, registrar, will be the acting president of the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. vT. D. Tipton returned last evening from a trip to Tularosa. Mrs. Isidoro Armijo and children will leave next Monday for Albuquerque, where they will visit relatives until the 30th, when they will 'be joined by Mr. Armijo and go to Santa Fe. .Mr. Armijo has rented a residence in the capital and he and -his family will make that their home during the meeting of the constitutional convention, to which he is a delegate from Dona Ana county. Con Nolan has returned from El Paso where he took his wife for sur gical attention. Mrs. Nolan will re main in the Pass City in order to have an operation performed. Mrs. O. C. Snow, Mrs. Vf. A. Suther land and Mrs. T. Rouault, jr., will leave Las Cruces on the regular Santa Fe train Saturday night for Pueblo, where they wil remain during the irri gation congress, their husbands going up on the special train and joining them In the convention city. The steam engine to be used by the Las Cruces Railway company on its line from Las Ccuces to the Agricul tural college, and which has been on exhibition in the Hoffman & Tipton drug store, has been nyved into stor age. There are at present no indica tions of active wock on the new line. James T. Smith returned from El Paso last evening. Marcial Valdez, jr., is dangerously 111 at his home in this city. Mrs. Frank T. French entertained this afternoon at "Five Hundred." Miss Doris Foster is teaching the public school at San Miguel this 3'ear. Las Cruces now has a motorcycle added to its list of gasoline vehicles. L. E. Ruhle having purchased one this week in El Paso for his son, who uses It in going to and from his home and the Agricultural colege. A. W. Hadley and wife, of El Paso, who were in Las Cruces Tuesday and Wednesday, left last evening for Albuquerque. Grown People Are Affected; iElve Children Victims of the Malady. Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 22. Las Cruces is experiencing a severe epi demic of whooping- cough, five chil dren having already succumbed to the disease. One peculiar manifestation of the epidemic is the number of grown people who are afflicted. Dr. S. AV. Laub and Edward Ehle, deputy game warden, are both suffering f from an aggravated attack. The physicians re port the same condition existing in Dona Ana and throughout the entire vicinity. BOARD OF ARMY EXGIXEERS TO REACH DAM SOOX. Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 22. Engineer Earl Patterson, In charge of the Leas burg diversion dam, has received word that he will soon be visited by mem bers of the board of army engineers, recently appointed by president Tart ! to visit and pass on all government reclamation projects. F. K. Newell, director of the reclamation service, will accompany the committee. Mr. Fatterson will leave for the dam Friday or Saturday in order to pre pare for the visit of the engineers. Open For Business A Sanitary Meat Market That Will Appreciate Your Patronage In preparing this market for business no expense or trouble has been spared to make it thoroughly sanitary. We will handle only the very finest of meats and as we maintain our own. individual cold stprage plant, they will always be in the best of condition. I cordially invite all my former patrons and the general public to visit this new market and give it a thorough inspection. MY PRICES ARE RIGHT PHONE A TRIAL ORDER tetter's Formerly of Stetter & Schneider. Bell 876; Auto 1215. Market 212 Mills St. XEW FOOTBALL. EQUIP3IEXT FOR A. & M. COLLEGE!. Agricultural College, N. M., Sept. 22. Coach Badenoch has received the new football equipment, consisting of new suits, stockings, guards and other articles used in the game and will is sue them to the men in a day or two. He is having regular practice each evening on the athletic field, between 30 and 40 men coming out. The team will be picked next week for the first game, but there may be a few changes made after the game with the El Paso Military institute on October S. LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD. Las Cruces, N. M., Sept, 22. The fol lowing deeds and other papers of rec ord have been filed in the office of the probaje clerk of Dona Ana county: Deeds Filed. J. T. Miller to W. H. Laney, of Mus kogee, Mich., warranty deed to lots las ,cruces court convention oct 3 Judge Wright Will Preside at the Session; Judge Parker Is Home. Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 22. Asso ciate justice Frank "W. Parker and court interpreter Cesario Pedregon, re turned "Wednesday morning from Silver City, judge Parker having adjourned the district court fcher on Tuesday aft ernoon until Monday, Sept. 26. District court here will convene Oct. 3 and judge "Wright of Alamogordo will preside. FINED S100 ON A VAG CHARGE W. P. Payne Not in Automo bile That Ran Too Past; Is Acquitted. R. T. Miller, charged in- police court with vagrancy, was fined $100 Monday afternoon by judge Lea. Miller has been associated with A. Stein in con ducting the Good Time saloon and was later arrested in company with Bert Oaks and charged with robbery by assault, Stein being the complain ing witness. Both were declared not guilty by justice McCIintock. At the policg court hearing, a number of officers testified that Miller's reputation is not of the best. Not guilty was the decision of judge Lea in the ease of "W. F. Payne, charg ed with exceeding the automobile speed limit Sunday afternoon. "W. Stubberfield and Ike Stephens swore positively that they, saw Mr. Payne in an automobile that was exceeding the speed limit. Mr. Payne produced wit nesses who testified that he was with them elsewhere when the alleged speeding occurred. Mr. Payne also testified that his car was in the re pair shop all day Sunday. He was represented by TV. "W. Turney. R. Husky, charged with vagrancy, was found not guilty. THAT BAXD COXCERT. By W. JW. Bridgers. Timothy G. Turner is evidently a crank. I know that I am; and as mis ery loves company, I want to second his complaint. His kick about the wet grass in the park when the famous Mexican band was scheduled to play meets with my hearty approval. In my left leg I have a kink "which I have diagnosed as rheumatism. As to his complaint about the various vocal noises, which interfered with his en joyment of the music, I hilariously ap plaud. I waive, however, all complaint against the ignorant Mexican who watered the grass. He did not know better. I even forgive the children who romped and played. A childish spirit of glee is irrepressible. But I will neither forgive nor forget the grown up young man who sprawled hlmsslf on the grass, just to my right, and there giggled and fawned and mouthed continuously during the prog ress of the concert. "When I strained my ears to catch some of the softer passages of music his soda water talk distracted me des pite my most determined eforts to Ig nore him. He was talking to a girl, of course. He lay on the grass at her feet, society, style, I call It, and look ed up into her face. She was more or less attentive; he was determined. He threatened to spend 17 cents, and then he-hawed. Presently he was saying something about "dellnlatlon," dis- i cussing theatrical matters, I presumed; and I wondered if he gave as little at tention in the theater as he was giv ing to that exquisite music Presently he was asking her something about a book. At least that was the way I understood it. He lay with his back to the band, crouched close down at her feet. She , was sitting, and there -was no escape for her, as he crouched closer and closer, except to arise and flee. He talked on. I was resolved to ignore him and hear the music in spite of it ail. But he got the better of me. "Is it a very sweet story?" he asked pres ently, looking wistfully up into her face. I quit the game then and there. The children I can forgive, for they know not better; but in truth they be have more becomingly than do num erous grown ups, particularly those of the silly age. ' I would suggest to the latter sort that they vacate the park on such oc casions and repair to the merry-go-round, where a mechanical brass band will furnish them more noise, and of a kind much better suited to their silly twaddle. ummer Concerts Everybody has his own Summer Concerts at Home, if he owns an EDISON PHONOGRAPH, CRUCES LAXD OFFICE NOTES. Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 22. Declara tions have been filed for desert land entries as follows: Louis J. Carter of Deming, for the north half of section 27, township 26, south of range 9 west, containing 320 acres. Emma Carter-Reed, of Deming, for the south half of section 27, township 26, south of range 9 west, containing 320 acres. Applications for homestead entries have been filed as follows: Daniel C. Darling, of Deming, for the southwest quarter of section 12, township 23, south of range 9 west, containing 160 acres. "William N. McCurdy, of Deming, for the southeast quarter of section 25, south of range 10 west, containing 160 acres. Jesse M. Ahinn, of Deming, for the southwest quarter of section 25, town ship 25, south of range 10 west, con taining 160 acres. "Wayne D Hank ins, of San Antonio. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH PLANNED Rev. Mies Hanson Selected as Pastor For the Win- ' , ter Services. ! The trustees of the Congregational ! church are seeking a building site. I The Rev. Miles Hanson, late of Man chester, England, will take charge of VlQ f'rtno.T.io.o X Ann 1 V.. ..!. Til 1-fc for the coming winter. Mr. Hanson will preach Sunday at i the Y. M. C. A. at 11 a. m. It will then be announced where future serv ices will be held, pending the erection ot a church. , During the summer months Mr. Han son has held an afternoon service in a store at Ysleta, generously loaned by Max Schultz. On account of his prospective duties in El Paso this work has been suspended. I w II i 9 If 1K3 IB or a VICTOR TALKING MACHINE Buy one on the Easy Payment Plan. . G. Walz Company Talking Machine Dept. 103 El Paso Street. September Records Now on Sale. HEBREW NEW YEAR OPENS NEXT WEEK Services to Be Held at. the Various Synagogues and in Jewish Homes. Jewish new year's day falls on Oct. 4, beginning of the 5671st year of the world's life, according to the calendar. Services will be held in Temple Mt. Sinai and ceremonies in many Jewish homes of the city. Already greeting cards are appearing' m shop windows. 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