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STUDENTS ENROLL AT
NEW MEXICO COLLEGE
0 Surprises for Saturday Shoppers
In addition to our splendid specials for tomorrow's selling,ve feel sure that you
will find many surprises in the beautiful displays in-the Garment Section. The ad
vance showing of correct fall styles, coupled with the "Saturday Bargains of the
better sort," should insure a shopping trip here tomorrow.
ANOTHER SILK HOSE SPECIAL We find that repeating -former big values is
highly satisfactory to our customers. Tins is the. case with our silk hose special for
tomorrow. These are black guaranteed siik hose, having an unusually deep garter top
of lisle. The foot is also lisle. Such hose should sell for $1.00 a pair. The price we
make for tomorrow tomorrow only is 50c.
4 tgEr 3r J in
Tailored Waists Silk Waists
Depend upon it I Our Waist Section is aflways fore
most -when it's amestion of bis values! These are
tailored waists, Forsyth styles, -roth stiff collars and cuffs.
There axe fullv 15 "new sfcvies to select from. Tailored
waists are an absolute necessity of the
fall -wardrobe. Tomorrow only, we offer
New Tailored Waists at
A ridiculous price, certainly, for a guar
anteed silk waist!. Tailored models, just
what you want to wear with the new
fall suit. Come in the new plaids, in
all the new fall color schemes. Tomor
row -onlv, a new tailor
ed Silk Waist
1Y OD A'R I
Introductory prices on "Modarts" continue. As we told you last week,
the "Mbdart" manufacturers iave decided not to send a special demon-
strator to us tiais fall, but instead to take the money necessary for the
long trip and give it to our customers. In other words, they allow us
to radically reduce prices on "3Iodart" Corsets.
As you know, the "Modaxt" is the new front laced corset. Being what is
called a "high priced corset only occasionally are we allowed to cut prices.
And these are the :new fall model "Modarts!" ,
An Introductory Special for tomor
row is Persian Neckwear in many
beautiful designs. These are the new
and stvlish Circular Collars. Intro
ductory price, to-
Although there are hundreds of prep
arations advertised, there is only one
that really stands out pre-eminent as a
remedy for diseases of tiie kidneys,
liver and bladder.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the
highest, for the reason that it has
proved to be just the remedy needed in
thousands upon thousands of even the
most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root makes friends quickly
because its mild and immediate effect
is soon realized. It is a gentle, healing
vegetable compound a physician's pre
scription for a specific disease.
Swamp-Root is not recommended for
A Sworn Certificate of Purity is with
For sale at all drug stores, in bottles
of two sizes fifty-cents andi one-dollar.
sample bottle free by mail
In order to prove what Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver and bladder
remedyi will do for you, every reader
of the El Paso Daily Herald who has
not already tried it, may receive a
sample bottle by mail absolutely free.
Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
N. T. "Write today.
way to the Panhandle country of Texas,
where they will receive a bunch of cat
tle recently bought by Norwood Hall,
and drive tnem to the TC ranch. During
the dry season the cattlemen reduced
the number of cattle on the ranges, but
the recent rains have brought out the
grass so well that more stock canbe
carried and most of the outfits around
here are beginning to bring in bunches
of cows from Texas to carry through the
BEANS AT CRUCES
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 2. Ranchers
and farmers in the valley here have lost
a large number of horses, death being
caused by too many mesquite beans.
j The crop this year is heavier than it has
j been in many years, and on account of
the scarcity of grass, the animals nave
eaten large quantities of the- beans.
Some valuable animals are numbered
among those which have been killed.
$Q 7C ?8-00 Modart G 7C
04 0 Corsets iPJ 6 J
St $4.50 Sr?ets!rt. : $7o50
Our expert corsetiere is at your service. She will explain the merits
of the ""Modart" and. see that the model you select is properly fitted
and adjusted to your figure. You reaMh- must not miss this corset
$1.50 Veils 85c
TVe started the season wiuh a veil
bargain that pleased customers "very
much. Another shipment from the
same manufacturer enables us to
again offer the same quality veils
as a ''Saturday only" value. These
are chiffon veils, of a nice grade of
chiffon, come in all the new and
fashionable shades . for fall wear
Regular $1.50 veils; g
tomorrow only & jfcjf
TROUBLE OVER WAGES
RESULTS LV FIGHT
Hotel Man and Former Employe at Las
Crnces Ensnc in Argument; Latter
Held to Grand Jury.
Las Cruces, N. M.f Sept. 2. Yesterday
morning about 3 oclock E. L. Thompson,
formerly employed at the Park hotel,
called at that hostelry and entered into
an argument with the manager, Harry
Jones, over wages which Thompson al
leged were due him. During the argu
ment which ensued, a knife and pistol
made their appearance and at the finish
Thompson got away with several cuts
on his head and blood all over his
clothes. Jones swore out a warrant
against him on ' the charge of assault
with Intent to kill and the case was
heard before justice of the peace Manuel
j Lopez in precinct 20. After hear
ing the testimony of three, wit
nesses justice Lopez bound him over to
the October term of the grand jury -in
the sum of $500. Failing to produce this
amount or its equivalent In security, i
Thompson is now staying at the county
Las Cruces an
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"THIRD POSTMASTER GENERAL
BUYS LAS CRUCES AUTOMOBILE
Political Orators 3Iake FHying- Trips to
and From Las Cruces; Many, Vis
itors In Upper Valley
Las Cruces, K. M., Sept.. 2. A. L. Law--she,
third assistant postmaster general,
who is living in the Organ mountains,
has bought the steam automobile frprn
3Ir. Merrill and Is using It for trans
portation from his camp to Las Cruces.
The first trip out was made yesterday.
Jack Davis is now associated with
the Overland garage
George Spencer has rented L. "W
Case's "house and tae and his wife are
Jnow a.t home there.
C. O. F. Hoffman was a business vis
itor in the Pass City today. He ex-
pects to remain two or three days.
J. O. Nabours, of Three Rivers, is
here to attend the agricultural college.
J. F. Anderson, of Cincinnati, is in
the city today for a brief visit. He has-
Lbren or a pleasure trin to Cili'ornia.
bu4- thinks that the New Mexico vh-rr-ate
Is the best of any tm? he has
J. "W. Miller, of Denting, is in the city
on business connected with the oil in
J. F. Keogh, of St. Louis, was here
yesterday and today 'stalling on old
friends and business acquaintances.,
D. H. Trentand son will leave tomor
row for their home in Goldthwaite, Tex.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Sullivan, who have
been living in this city for the past sev-
d O. d.
Contagious Blood Poison is responsible for a great many old blood
troubles; for its evil influences are often felt through many generations.
Parents transmit the seeds of the disease to their children, and scrofulous
sores, skin eruptions, catarrhal troubles, Rheumatism, ulcerating glands,
and other stubborn diseases result from this most insidious of all poisons.
There is no such thing as lolling the germs of this mighty poison. Any
medicine powerful enough to do this would destroy the delicate linings of
"the stomach and bowels, and permanently wreck the entire health. The
only way to cure these old blood diseases is to REMOVE the cause from
the circulation, and that is just what S. S. S. does. It goes into the blood1
and drives out every taint and poison and makes this vital fluid pure, fresh
and nourishing. S. S. S- is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks; it does
not contain the least particle of mineral iii any form, and is absolutely safo
for persons of any age. S. S. S. curqs blood diseases and aisorders of
every character, whether inherited or acquired. Book on the Blood and
any medical advice ftee. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Get .One of These Fine
The special this week is one that will appeal to every
one that enjoys really good cake and something out
of the ordinary. Eor Saturday only we offer
The regular price is 35 cents.
Phone your order early.
BEMAOT) SQUAEE DEAL BREAD-an ac-
I tual double loaf.
eral months, will leave tomorrow for
M. O. Llewellyn returned from a po
litical trip to La Mesa yesterday.
Isidoro Armijo has returned from a
trip through the lower end of the
Pete Galles, of the Torpedo mine, was
in from Orgariyesterday laj'ing- in his
One mortgage deed Tvas recorded in
the office of the probate clerk of Dona
TV. A. Sutherland was in Dona Ana
yesterday, going from there to Anthony,
w-here he addressed a political meeting
W. E. Garrison, D. V. Peacock and Isi
doro Armijo went to Anthony last even
irfg where the' made speeches at the
Antonio Barncaule, of Dona Ana, was
in the city yesterday.
From now on it is expected that poli
tics in Dona Ana county will begin to
get "warm, as both parties are preparing
to make the fight of the campaign in
the next three days.
Mrs. John Lemon entertained a num
ber of her friends at luncheon this aft
ernoon. Dick Parker, of El Paso, was in the
More Girls Than Eiyer Be
fore in the Agricultural
Institute tt Mesilla.
Agricultural College, X. M.. Sept. 2.
The first two days of registration at
the A. and M. college at Mesilla Park
have ben exceedingly gratifying to
friends of the college. It is especially j
noticeable that the new students are
of a more aleft nature than those
of a year ago, ahd no doubt they will
go Into their new duties with, more
vim and enthusiasm.
More girls have registered for classe3
this year than have at any time be
fore. Mr. Ea-denoch, the head of the new
department of physical culture, will or
ganize the football squad under Cap
Sidney Howard, Monday evening for
light practice until colder weather. A
great many of tho old men of tha
first team will not be on the gridiron
this year. However, many of the new
comers should make excellent players.
The coach has been conferring with
a number of students ind professors
in the interest of football arad ath
letics. The first informal meeting at the col
lege was held .at the T. M. C. A- Box
ing, fencing, music, song and yells
took most of the time of the meeting.
About 75 bojs and professors were
present to participate in the exercises.
Jno. Blain. f EI Paso, and S. E. Mer
rill, of Santa Rosa, fought four fast
rounds with gloves, Blain gaining a
shade the better of the bout. Another
fast bout was that between Charles
Elliott, of Santa Fe, and Douglas
Downs, of El Paso, the latter receiv
ing the honors. Cassius Clay, of Chi
cago, and Downs fenced a round for
the amusement of the crowd, and Blain
and Laflerre. of El Paso, sparred a
little, and then the crowd joined in
some songs. Tells were practiced till
the new boys who were present got
onto the swing of them.
Edward Redding, who graduated
with the last year's class, and has
been in the office of territorial! irriga
tion engineer Sullivan, is visiting at
college for a few days, when he w411
take up his new duties under the U. S
government, gathering Irrigation data
in this territory. Roland Harwell un,
til this xear a student ihere, will leave
at the same time for the same pur
pose. E. H. Cones and J. C. Bergen, both
from the canal zone, came in today
and'the latter registered for studies.
J. A. Hamblen, of Chihuahua, Mex.,
recently brought his son and daugh
ter to spend the winter here In study.
Pres. Garrison took a trip through
the lower valley.
Corner Kansas and Bouieyard
Leaders in lower prices. Every item sold under a pos
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Eyster's Blue Bibhon Flour none better made any
where, and every sack guaranteed
48 lb. sack &4 tR 24 lb. sack
for JPbOP for
Eyster's Blue Kibbon Butter, 3 lbs.' for .$1.GQ
Fresh Kansas Eggs, per doz 25c
r & fin Green Corn.
,.PLoJJ per doz OuC
18 lbs. Granulated Suga:
3 lbs. Whole Head Rice
4 lbs. Best Bulk Starch
10 lbs. Best Large White
Potatoes for ..
8 lbs. Good Valley Sweet
6 lbs. Large Kne Cooking
Fine Large Eating Pears,
California Tokay Grapes,
Fine Valley Grapes,
2 lbs. for
Strictly Fresh Corn ileal,
8 3-4 lb. sack for
Fine Large California Celery,
2 bunches for
California Head Lettuce,
Fine Large Egg Plants,
California Table Peaches,
3 lbs. for
Extra Fine Cooking Apples,
6 lb3. for
Diamond C Soap,
8 bars for ,
Swift's Pride Soap,
7 bars for
Swift's White Soap,
6 bars for
4 Bars Fels Xaptha Soap,
3 Boxe3 S-iffrs Cleaner
Large Gold Dust,
Grandma. Borax Powder
Large package 20c,
or 3 for
BIG LAND DEAL
MADE AT CRUCES
COXVEXE AT CRUCES
Annual Con- ention of 'the W. C. T. U. of
c Mexico to Meet There Sep
tember C; 3Iany Speakers.
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 2. The 27th
annual convention of the "Woman's
Christian Temperance Union of New
Mexico will be held in Las Cruces fromy
September 6 to S. Delegates will be
present from all over the territory and
a number of prominent TT. C. T. "C.
workers from tpther states will be here
to address the meetings. The conven
tion will be 'neld in the Methodist
POLITICAL" 3IEETIXG AXD
DANCE AT DOXA AXA
Las Cruces, IC. M., Sept. 2. There will
be a big political meeting held by the
People's Party at Dona Ana on Satur-
day, followed by a dance at the resi
j dence of MargarJto Lujan. The meeting
will be held at the school house and
good speakers from Las Cruces and
I Dona Ana will address the people. Good
music has been secured for the dance
which -will start 'immediately after the
speeches are concluded.
Phone Bell 310.
210 E. Overland St
THREE CROPS OP GRAPES '
IX TIIE UPPER VALLEY
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 2. Professor
Fabian Garcia, head of the horticultural
department at the New Mexico College
of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, re
ports quite a curiosity in the line of
grape culture. In the experimental
vineyard, there are a number of vines of
tle white seedless, grape which pro
duced a good crop. Thns week it was
discovered that there was another crop
of fruit which was just ripening and
there are also many bunches of ex
tremely small grapes which will make a
third crop 'if frost does not strike here
too soon. This is the first instance on
record of a grape vine producing three
crops in one season? The second crop,
which is now ripe, has as good flavor
as the first and the bunches are practic
ally as large.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Sept. 2. At Hotel
Monarch L. B. Bentley, Organ; Joel
Kesl, Organ; Mrs. "W. G. Strange, New
lin. La.; Mrs. D. Hollmgsworth, Newlin,
La,; L. H. Rains, Chicago, L. M. Nor
wood, Aden, N. M.; C. A. Gray, Bonham,
Texas; Lem Moore; D. "Wi: Morgan.
Don Bernardo E. D. Garralt. Los
Angeles; D. E. earns, El Paso; J. F.
Keogh, St. Louis; J. TV. Miller, Albu
querque; Mr. and Mrs. "Weinberg, Chi
cago; P. Dudreaux, New Orleans; TV. H.
Cook, Chicago; Karl Hockheimer, St
Louis; Theo. G. Lemmon, DallasK Texas.
In New York Society
Beautiful Women of the
"400" Who Have Lux
In gay New York, where "women get
their ideas from their elsters abroad, the
hair tonic called Parisian Sage is in
Texan Buys Carrera Prop
erty Including Banch and
Orchards for $45,000.
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 2. A deal was
closed yesterday by which D. H. Trent
sold to F. H. Lindsey the former. Car
rera property on the Camino Real, the
price paid being $45,000. The property
includes the Carrera ranch home, four
new concrete block houses and a fine
orchard. The new owner came here
about three weeks ago from Galdth
waite, Texas, the same locality from
which Mr. Trent came a year ago when
he jjought the property.
Mr. Lindsey has taken possession of
the premises and Mr. Trent will leave
within a few days for central Texas,
Where he is interested In land and also
has a string of country banks. Mr.
Lindsey has been well pleased with Las
Cruces and New jjexico and goes back
to Texas only because the altitude hero
is too high for his wife's health.
IS VERY BRISK
Outlook for Winter Months
Is Very Promising; Many
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 2. The busi
ness men of Las Cruces, Dona Ana and
Mesilla, report a considerable increase
in business during the past month and
the prospects are very good that trade
will continue to improve. It was some
what dull during June and July but
the farmers are now realizing on their
crops and getting good prices, for their
product. Homeseekers are beginning to
arrive in ever increasing numbers and
before winter it is expected that there
Best Eupion Oil, 5 gals, for T 80c
Best Quality Gasoline, 5 gals, for 85c
Try our Special Coffee, per lb 25c
Try our Best Coffee, per lb .- 35c
Best Quality Teas, all Muds, per lb 60c
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
Cor. Kansas and Boulevard.
will be a large number of land sales
made. Those -who have been here look
ing at land are not speculators but are
investigating conditions with the In
tention of buying land and making this
valley their permanent nomes. I
EL PASO HUNTERS k
MUST BE LICENSED
Many Hiinting in Dona Ana
County Wthout Feces
sslfy Pee Being
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 2. Deputy
game warden E. E. Bnle reports that
many complaints are coming to his of
fice from residents in the lower end of
the county, to the effect that hunters
from El Paso are coming into that sec
tion hunting doves and quail. The quail
season is not yet open and violators of
the game law will be prosecuted. The
New Mexico game law also requires that
non-residents shall take out a non
resident license, which costs ?5 for bird
shooting. Most of the El Paso people
who are hunting in this county have not
obtained such license and steps wHl at
once be taken to apprehend violators
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS
OPEX SEPTEMBER 13
I xas truces, .n. .i.. .sept. z. The pub
lic schools or Las Cruces will ooen for
the fall term on Monday, September 12.
The teaching force has been augmented
by the addition of several good instruct
ors and the prospects now are that the
coming school year will be a very suc
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD
Las'Crucbs, N. M., Sept. 2. Tne fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have been filed in the office of the pro
bate clerk of Dona Ana county:
Ttebecca A. Herron to George D.
Henck and James P. JVarren, warranty
deed to the southwest quarter of ttve
rorthwest quarter of section 31, town
ship 25 south, of range 3 east, of the
New Mexico principal meridian, contain
ing 40 acres, more or less. Considera
O. H. Baum, of El Pasocounty, Texas,
to J. 5. Brooks, of Dona Ana county,
New Mexico, warranty deed to 10.27
acres of land lying in the unconfirmed
portion of the Refugio Colony grant
about two and a half miles northwest of
Anthony; also 15.S7 acres of kxnd lying
in the confirmed portion of the Refugio
Colony grant about two and a half
miles northwest of Anthony. Consider
Liquor License Grnntcd.
A liquor license has been granted to
J. L. Shriller at PJncon, N. M.
LAS CRUCES MEX GO
TO TEXAS AFTER CATTLE
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 2. Felix
Nash, Louis Norwood, Frank Gobble and
an outfit from the TC ranch across the
river were in tht city today on their
A great scientist, undoubtedly one of
the most eminent hair specialists in the
world. Is the discoverer of Parision
Sage. He claims most emphatically that
it ds the onlj' har preparation that will
kill the persistent dandruff germs. At
any rate, the Giroux Mfg. Co., sole
manufacturers of Parisian, Sage in the
United States, give through their
agent, Kelly &. Pollard, this money
back guarantee, which is no doubt
strong enough and plain enough to
please the most exacting:
""We guarantee Parisian Sage to cure
dandruff in two weeks; to stop falling
hair; to make dull, lifeless and colorless
hair beautiful and luxuriant; to cure all
Itching diseases of the scalp, or money
The price is only 50 cents a large bot
tle at Kelly & Pollard's or by express,
all charges prepaid, from Giroux Mfg.
Co., Buffalo. N. Y. The girl with the
Auburn hair is on every bottle.
SOU PUR1XA i$d
th biggest Poultry Fssd Manufactory1
ta the work!. Try a feag d his fwU
PUFUHA SCRATCH FEES
j Ma&as Hens Lay
PURiNA GHiCK FEED
Savas JUhy Chicks
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FOR SALE BY
0. G. SEET0N
Solomonville, Ariz., Sept. 1. C. F
Willis has gone to Tucson, Ariz. He
will continue his trip as far as Coron
ado, Calif., where he joins his family,
who are summering there.
T. H. Donahue of Mfrrenci, Ariz., who
has been in Solomonville for some
weks, on county division business, left
for a v4slt in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nash and Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Parsley and son accom
panied their daughter and sister, Mrs.
Stevenson, to her home in Cochise
county. They are traveling across
the country in carriages and will make
it In easy drives, camping out at night.
Miss Maud Wilson Is spending a few
days at Stockton Pass, visiting Mrs,
E. L. Tldwell is delivering his large
crop of barley- to the -Montezuma mill
east of Solomonville.
The town schools will open here Sept.
6. Prof. C. A. Finley of Buffalo, N. TM
will be principal, with Mrs. M. M. Otis,
Miss Lottie Colton and Miss Maud
Shivers as assistants.
TO BE HAPPY.
you must have good healta. You can't
have good health if your liver is not
doing its duty slow but sure poisoning
is going on all the time under such cir
cumstances. Ballard's Herbine makes a
perfectly healthy liver keeps the
stomach and bowels right and acts as
a tonic for the entire system-. Sold by
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Roasts, per lb 2 h 3 lbs. for ,
Prime Rib IQ 1 T-Bone Steaks.
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jrame kid Jttoasts, IK 3 Salt Mackerel gC
rolled, per lb k for 3C
Leg of Mutton, i 7 - Porterhouse Steaks regu-
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