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l nf a. business room to be erected
j the Bascom-Porter firm on its prop
j erty just back of Main street.
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AT CBU0E3 MEETING-
From the reproduction in oil of the scene from "A little Brother of the Rich,
showing the male characters as they would appear dressed in Bergs fall and
winter models (reading from left to right) Brummiel and Boggy.
HE Value of a
Range of Choice.
A man should pre
judge tlie effect of each
He should satisfy himself be
fore he buys that the clothes
he fancies are suitable to his
The only wa he can do that
is to have a wide assortment of
styles and fabrics to choose
from and select carefully.
Now we can offer that assortment in its
highest and best form. We've a fine big
assortment to show you in every desirable
weave and pattern lavish variety of
Let Us "SHOW YOU."
The Sol I. Berg label is the identifica
tion mark of the best clothes made at the
County Supervisors Take Kb
Action Relative to the
jjiis v. ruresi. -. .i., ovu j.v v-
, missioners oi Dona " - county met m
! speci.il session on Saturday afternoon j
! fr the purpose of taking up the mat
ter of public roads. Commissioners
j Xeitzehmann and Jaramillo and clerk
Isidoro Armijo were present, Geek bein" J
j The first business taken up was the
matter of the petition presented by F.
s. -lones and signed 03- a majority of
the people of the Mesquite and La Mesa
neighborhoods, asking that tine new roau .
between La Mesa and Alesquite oriage
be abandoned. . Action on the matter
was deferred until the next meeting,
uhich will be the first Monday in Octo-
1 br. and in the meantime chairman
Xietzschnmnn wall make a personal tour
' of inspection and see exactly what is
j the situation.
I A -npitkioii was also nresented for a
J load from the Rncon bridge over the
K10 (.Jrande to JUatch. but the commis
1 sioners took no action until they have
lime to obtain legal advice. .
W. A. Sutherland asked that his an-
pointment as delegate to the irrigation vjsjt0rs Saturday and Sunday from the
ronjress jm. rue-10 oe re ukuu aim lijuc t ;An Au'nrtine ranch.
F. L. Bixby of the Agricultural coHege y " jU(la 3ias arrived from San
be appointed in Ids stead, which request Francisco and will make Las Graces his
was granted and tlie new appointment; j1Q1ne.
Vernon L. Sullivan, territorial engi
neer, notified the board that he would
be in Las Gruces as soon after the first
of October as posible and would then
go over the road question in Dona Ana
county, especially with reference to the
Groiino Eeal, and that he-would do all
in his power to hasten and facilitate
tiiq construction of that road.
A committee composed of W. A. Suth
erland, cliairman; 1. C. Oden. J. C. Mc
Xary. John Bameatle and W. E. Garri
son, was appointed to co-operate with
the county authorities in ifche work on
the Camino Real. This committee is
to name one of its members as treas
urer, tlie treasurer to give bond in the
sum of $5000. The committee is to so
licit subscriptions and donations from
'individuals and organizations interested
in having a good road from here to El
Paso, and from time to time are re
quired tp make a public statement to the
press o? the receipts and expenditures.
No money can be paid out by this com
mittee except by cheek signed by the
treasurer and countersigned by the chair
man of the board of county commis
sioners. The commissioners then adjourned to
meet in regular session on the first Mon
day of October.
"Will continue dining reconstruction of Hotel Shel
don. Chocolate Bonbons 40c lb.
40c Candies 25c lb.
25c Candies DC -
1300 People Served Yesterday
Patronize home industry and boost for El Paso's
new enterprise. All candies made in our-
SANITARY v FACTOR
Corner Kansas and BouJevard
BEST QUALITY LOWER PRICES
A Good combination you will find them all at the
C. 0. D.
ieii Phones 8S4-S44-S23
Sugar, IS pounds
Opp. Postoffice. i I
James T. Smith spent Saturday in the
Pass City. .. '
Miss Josephine Aronijo, who has been
spending the summer months inthe coast
country of California, has reourned to
Las Cruces. . .
Nestor Arm i jo was a ibusiness visitor
in the Pass Oity Saturday.
Isidoro Armijo is now a member of the
Southwestern Abstract and Title com
ipany of this otiy, securing his interest
Catarino Armijo spent Sunday at hi3
Pica olm ranch.
LAS CRUCES ELKS
TO HAVE BARBECUE
Las Cruces, X. M.Sept. 19. Las
Cruces lodge. No. 1119, B. P. O. Elks
Is making arrangements for a big bar
becue and dance to be held some time
in October, Norwood Hall, of El Paso
lodge, and owner of the T. C. ranch
on the west side of the river having
offered to donate a fat yearling steer
for the occasion.
FORT BLISS TROOPS
ON PRACTICE MARCH
Jjp W f ?
206 San Antonio St.
Las Cruces and the Mesiila Valley
CRUCES WILL MAKE
er Valley to Be Well
Represented at National
Land Show There.
-T.uk Cruces. N. M.. Sent. 19. K.
Heninff. of Albuquerque, secretary of j
the immigration bureau of New Mex
ico, together with C. H. Upmeyer, of
the Chicago Tribune, and A. B. Stroup, j
Buperintendent oi scnoois ior jcsernajxi
lo county, -were in the city in
the interest of the National Land
show, which will be held at the Coli
seum on "Wabash avenue in Chicago
from November 19 to December 4.
These men have visited every irri
gated district in the territory of New
Mexico, Las Cruces being the last of
their tour. They have met with encour
agement at every place and are confi
dent that New Mexico will be better
represented than any other state In the
The Agricultural college of New
Mexico is now engaged in the work of
p'pftlnp' an vhihit of fruit: 5vnr! rrn.iTls
B. I roailv fnv thr aVirw anfl tin samnlps
which they are now preserving are
very fine, especially in apples, peaches,
plums, grapes, wheat, onions and melons.
Go From Here to Las Cruces
on Hike Under Command
of Lieut. Turner.
Las Cruces. X. M., Sept. 19. Company
E of the 23rd infantry, now stationed
at Fort Bliss. Texas, arrived in Las
Cruces Saturday on a practice march
of 100 miles.
The boys camped at Organ Friday
night and left Cru.ce this learning for
Forbc's ranch, north of here.
Thev will start on the return march
Tuesday morning. The company came
up with 5S men. under command of
MORE ARRESTS IN
Loss of Timber on Reserva
tion Leads to Arrest of
Six Zlore Men.
Las Cruces. X. y.., Sent. 19. Deputy
United States marshal Harry Bloom has
arrested six men in connection with the
cutting and taking of timber on the land
near Leas-burg, reserved by the reclama
The men are Eulalio Cardoiz. Gregorio
Cuaron, Dominco Barela. Cruz Trujillo,
Juan Lujan ami ,-yfredo Lu'an. These
men all live at or near Dona Ana.
Thev claim that Victorio Yvarra. who
lived on the land, and who is now under
bond to appear before the find jury,
sold the timber to them.
HAPPY HOUR OPENS TONIGHT.
- Tonight at 7:15 will mark the sec
ond opening of the Happy Hour thea
tre. The season will open with real
vaudeville directed by one of the larg
est circuits in this country. Manager
Fogg says an especially strong bill has
been arranged and that a treat is in
Chase From El Paso Fol
lows Man to Many Sec
tions; Arrested in Okla
TO BE BROUGHT
HERE FOR TRIAL
Fresh Kansas Eggs,
Extra. Good Quaflity Pota
toes, 10 lbs. for
Extra Nice Sweet Potatoes, tf
10 lbs. for
Xew Corn Meal.
8 3-4 lb. Sack for
Xabioual Oats (new) and fine
quality, per pkg.
Xew Dr. Price's All Grain
food, per pkg
Xew Cream of Wheat,
Lipton's Jelly Tablets, aH
flavors, 3 pkgs. for
Large fat Mackerel,
Bayfes' Horse Radish and
Mustard, per jar
Baylcs' Hot Relish.
Fresh California Lettuce, g
2 heads for -
Auto Phone $69!
Extra Fine Large Celery,
2 bunches for
2 lbs. for
Fine Fresih Okra,
Fresh. Pie Plant,
3 lbs. for
Fancy Colorado Peaches,
3 pounds for
California Grapes, extra
fine ; 3 lbs. for
per doz., 25c and
Crystal White Soap, OCJo
0 bars for C
D. C. Soap,
S bars for
Large pkg. Gold Dust, )fr
4 lbs. Best Buifc btarch, O
2 pkgs. Crescent Corn Starch -fl
store for the patrons. There will ue
nn mnfino- rtftllrS ll S,1VS. but Teal ll-v
vaudeville, with two shows nightly. A ' jfcoifcer. He did not have money, but
feature, a five-piece orchestra, has j,t. j,aj po-toffiee money orders. But
been organized and good music will be I the postoffice was closed. He needed
one feature. A strong musical pro- j fQ an raiment and drink. He is said I
gram has been arranged by Prof. Mil- 1 10 have gone to the Elite contectionery
A Who's Who riddle, involving an offi
cial of the Baltimore &. Ohio railroad, J b
was a phase of the chase of E. A. Abbott,
w-ho was arrested Saturday in Oklahoma
a striking instance of a paralel vhich .
tj not deadly. 1
About a year ago a man giving his j
name as E. A. Abbott, appeared m El I
Paso one Saturday afternoon "and Sun-
He was well nressed and. a gooa
4 Large Rolls Toilet Paper, for 25c
5 rals. BiiDion Oil (the very best) for 80c
f gals. Best Grade of Gasoline, for 85c j
2 cans Standard pack. Tomatoes (not seconds) for 15c
The G. 0. D. for Quality, Lower Prices and Grood
ggSAwg $T W aS
&ySr S ? Wa iJa
Cor. Kansas and Boulevard.
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ler. The admission will be m ana am
cents; children half price. The house
gives matinees Wednesday, Saturday
and Sunday at 3 p. in.
THE MAJESTIC TOXIGIIT.
An entire change of program, and a
great bill is promised at tlie Majestic
tonight. "An Evening on the Roof
Garden," is described as full of special
ties, clean comedy, pretty chorus num
bers and electrical effects. Pete Ger
ald tho new comedian, will make his
first appearance tonight. 'If you wan
to ?ee the best bill of the seaso
parlor and cashed one of his money or
ders, irettine a wet foozle and chancre
: t- .'
IT D Bowman. President; V. B. May Vice President; R. E. McBride. Sec
retary. Charles E. Miller. Anthony, X. M.; W. W. Cox, Organ. X- 31.
THE BOWMAN BANK & TPJJST CO.
paid Up Capital $50,000.00
This Bank is in a Position to Undertake Any Kind of Banking Business.
Will Act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Assignee.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Las Cruces, Xe Mexico.
said to have
in rpr.iirn. -t?..L jie is atuu -t i- .
visited. IsOD .ioore. wnere ue ul me iw u .
eqaiivalent for a money order. The rail- p. term in Hie federal prison for imper
road station was logieallj' the next nhice j feona'ting a naval officer and was once
to ro. and. on the way, he is said to arraigned in Chkaso on the chanre of
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nave scoppeu at a znn t. jju.iui un ..
bipmniy. of which he was acauitted. He ;
Francico street. Avhere he left another js tko said to have fceen arrasgned at I
COMING- THIS WAY
money order in exenange oi a ciirciuiii
concoction and more money.
Real Abbott vas Here.
hmit t.ho same time E. A. Abbott, a
nt prominent raihv;iA- official of the Bafei
n ! move & Ohio at Chicago, came to El
Kansas City on the charge oi lorn"
the name of his landlady tea money
order, coming clear on the trial.
(Continued From Page One.
$ 0--0..o-x5s(o. &&&
-junction. Two shows are given every
night 7:45 and 9 o'clock. The prices
are 10 and 25 cents.
don't miss it," is manager Rich's in- po an(j Spont several days here, and j 5
then went to Pews and bought a tract -v
of land- ,. ., I
After the departure of the distributor j
of money .orders, the easy marks distov- j
ered thai the orders were worthless, i
Tlie post-ffice inspectors noted the name 1 j
to the orders. "E. A. Abbott." It was j
known that E. A. Abbott, the Chicago j y-
rnUiunv rkffwn'il lfld ben in El Paso . "
o.-nri P"pns Prom Pecos, where he had
THE EL PASO.
Season seats will be on sale Thurs
day morning at 0 o'clock for those de
siring them for the El Paso theatre.
The sale- will be in the Crawford the
atre office, entrance on the Main
street side, opposite the plaza.
Mr. Rich is glad to announce that
the old favorite, the Glass Stock com
pany, will open the stock season at the
Crawford Sunday, October 2, in the big
Xew York success, "Brown of Harvard."
BASED -.7,Ti GA3JE IS XOAV
SCHEDULED FOR qRTJCES
S H E jl D 0 H
Be sure and give us a call before
jou buy elsewhere.
Special prices on more than one
Iron Beds. Bed Springs, Cotton
Felt Mattresses. Bird's-Eye Maple
Dressers, Commodes, Tables,
Chairs, Rockers, Woolen Blankets,
Lace Curtains. Linoleum, Comforts.
50 h. p. Frost Engine, C h. p.
Gasoline Engine, 1 28 k. w. Akron
Dvnamo. 1 10 h. p. Motor, 1 No. 7
Bell Phone 400.
412 MYRTLE AVE.
J. W. Fisher
FOR CRUCSS TOWN
New Two Story Building to
Be Erected on Griggs
Street at Once.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 19. Las Cru
ces is still growing, another evidence
of that fact coming to .light today
when H. C. Strong gave instructions to
have plans drawn for a two story store
building on the lots -which he owns on
Griggs street. TVhen completed the
building will be occupied as a furni-
I ture store. An expert furniture man of
Grand Rapids, Mich., who is coming
to the Mesilla valley for the benefit of
his health, will be in charge of the new
store. In addition to the store Mr.
Strong will also build a modern barn
to house the rolling stock of his un
Elks and Ivnifjhl.s of Columbus o Rnfe
Funds for the Purpose of Keep
in k Up the. Public Park.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 19. Las Cru
ces is soon to witness one of the hot
test baseball games that has ever been
played in this section. The Knights of
Columbus and the local lodge of Elks
will battle for the supremacy of the
diamond as soon as the final arrange
ments can be made. The game is to be
played partially according to baseball
rules and partially according to home
made rules. The proceeds of the game
will be donated to the Woman's Im
provement association to help water
the park and its trees and flowers. A
petition will be circulated asking the
merchants to close their stores on the
afternoon of the game.
A HEW TEMPLE 3POB
LAS CSUCSS MASONS
Plans Being Brawn for Com
bination Lodge Eoom and
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 19. The Bascom-Porter
company is engaged in
drawing up plans for a new temple for
Aztec Lodge, Xo. 3, A. F. and L Ma
sons. The plans contemplate a large
lodge room with ante rooms, a kitcnen,
a. small banquet room, regalia clouts,
a stage hih' ,i balciP wito a seating
capacity of oe 3fo Thp temple y. ill
probably be built as the second story
BIG BOTVLIXG MATCHES
TO BE. HELD IX EL PASO
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 19. If 'the
present plans do not miscarry there
will be two big bowling matches on
Art Woods's new alleys in EI Paso on
the night of Saturday. Sept. 24. The
first match will be between a picked
team of five men from this city, an
other one from the Pass City crack
players. This will be followed by a
match between teams from the La&Cru
ces and the El Paso Elks' lodges The
Las Cruces teams will be accompanied
by a large number of rooters.
ROAD TO BAM SITE
COMPLETED OX SATURDAY
The earthwork on -the firs seven
miles of the Elephant Butte & El Paso
railroad, from the main line of ' the
.Santa Fe ',to the site of the Elephant
Butte dam was completed Saturday and
the contractors are returning to El
Paso with their outfits.
THREE DHOWX IX
Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 19.
The launch "You and I," with a
pleasure party of four young
men and four girls was caught
in a tide rip just outside of the
first narrows of Vancouver har
bor last night and over
turned. William Woodruff, Robert
1" .:!' v..,:- !. Jimnfaw. f hA Young and his sister, Mary
Li:w r- ".";T""; . Youug, were drowned.
-;li t name on the Hionev orders. It
was tUmost a perfect imitation. The
parswiel looked deadly. Pt master J.
A. Smith rubbed to Chicago. What hap
pened there was enough to convince the
postmaster that tfie railroad man's name
wns being used bv- an imposter or else
that there were two E. A. Abbotts.
Money Orders Stolen.
Prior to the nnss-incr of the money
An indian in a canoe rescued
the three other girls and the
launch was picked up by two
who have accomplished the very things
they are now trying to do.
Second: Thonigh the great meetings
Second. Through the great, meetings
the publicity which this tyur will com
mand, to arouse the conscience of our
people on these questions as it has nev
er been aroused, and to direct that ex
pressed sentiment into activity and
widesnread effort looking toward tho
" i solution of the problems which con'
" i front us. This tour and the encourage-
! ment which it will give to practical,
j safe and sane endeavor, ought to and
j will set thousands of people to work for
! cleaner cities, the eradication of WM"e
j Slavery, the suppression of vice, the
j proper instrutcion in sex hygiene, and
" the enlistment of the church in this
jT i active warfare.
"T ! Third. To give an opportunity to
AEROFLANES MAY FLY
TBROUOrL THE TERRITORIES.
Boston, Mass., Sept. 19. A -tour of
aeroclanes from the Harvard aviation
orders at El Paso, a postoffice station ; P' '5T" "liEl aVC"
was broken into in Kansas Uity ami a " t tuu..u.u r .
Aas uruivu jix tc u coast to tho Los Angeles anvang park
Xt "r IZ ini,Wv led tho'insnoetors n the Pacific, is formally proposed in)
S : susoeet E. A. Abbott, who is said a .letter just sent , .the national omm-
CITY TAKES OVER THE
WATER PLANT SEPT. 30.
The transfer of the water company
to the city will be made on September
30, according to mayor C. E. Kelly.
XOTED SIXGER DIES
Sandwich, Mass., Sept. 19. Myron W.
Whitney, one of the most popular sing
ers in the country 20 years ago, is dead.
He was a member of the all star cast
that produced "Pinafore" in Boston In
1879. It was from this company that
the original company of Bostonians was
formed, the members of wnieh in
cluded Henry Barnabee, Tom Karl.
George Freothingham, Marie Stone and
tr hnvft been tried before in Kansas City
on a ehargo of forging a money order,
and the chase began. It led all over
the west, far up into the middle west
and back to the eastern states until it
terminated at Oklahoma &- Satiarday.
A warrant has been issued from the
office of the clerk of the federal court
at El Paso, and Aubott, alias E. J.
Movse. will be brought here for triad.
Just how lmich mone- he secured in El
Paso on the bogus orders isnot known,
Tho saloon man on San Francisco
street is said to have identified a pic
ture in the possession of postoffice in
sinectors as the picture of the man who
passed the order.
The man Abbott is said to have served
cii of the Aero chib of America by Chas.
The tentative pfens for contest em
brace a daily flight of appiavixnately
200 miles with stops including Santa
Fe. X. L; Fort Apache, Phoenix and
A CHARITY APPEAL.
The Woman's Charity association will
be very grateful for clothing of all
kinds for women and children, as there
those he !assed range from $10 to is great need for clothing since tne , cooi
weiiiuei ii& ucjjuu. x nunc .ii-iw .uv. 1...V.
Charitv will send for the clothes.
PAT GARRETT'S SLAYEit IS
MARRIED TO CAMP CITY GIRL.
La Cruces. X. L. Sept. 19. An
nouncements have been received here of
the marriage of Wa neBrazel of Organ,
X. M.. to Mips OHie Boyd, daughter of
M. A. Bovd of Camp Citv. X. M.
Braze! is the man who was acquitted
on the charcre of murder of Pat Garrett,
the famous peace officer, thce jre'rs atro
near tins cit.v. He is now making his
home in Lordsburg, X. M-.
LAS CRXJCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, X. L. Sept. 19. Mts.
Harry Bloom came down from Albu- '
querque yesterdivy to join ner nusoana
for a visit of several days.
W. n. Yost of EH Paso arrive I yes
terday from Trinidad. Col., to visit his
7 int.1 .-r- who are students at Loretto
W. W. Cox and fa mil v wore Las Cruces
A FEELING 0F SECURITY.
You naturally feel secure when you
know that the medicine you are about
to take is absolutely pure and contains
no harmful or habit producing drugs.
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great Kidney, Liver
and Bladder Remedy.
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained in every
bottle of Swamp-Root.
Swamp-Root is scientifically com
pounded from vegetable herbs.
It is not a stimulant and is taken In
i' teaspoonful doses.
It is not recommended for everything.
It is nature's great helpr in reliev
ing and overcoming kidney. lver and
' A sworn sfaiemeni of purity is with
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, j If you need a medicine, you should
j 1 a the best.
I If you a-e already obnv'inced that
i Fwamp-Rot i what you need, you will
j find il on ?a'o at ul! drug stores In bot
. tie:- of two siz.s. fifty-cents and one-dollar
Third. To give an opportunity
these reform leaders who make up our
party to visit a lrir rn jr - .n
part of America and under the best
conditions and with the best equipment
to study existing conditions, the meth
ods of work employed; to moet workers
and thus broaden their vision and draw
to their special work new friends and
.Dysentery Is a dangerous ciscje but
can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been
successfully used in nine epidemics of
dysentery. It has never been known
to fail. It is equally valuable for chil
dren and adults, and when reduced
with water and sweetened, it is pleasant
to take. Sold by, all druggists.
SOL." PUR2RA W
Tha &!g25$ Poa?iry Feed Mwtfac&rse
la tfc9 world, Try a bag of tes fi.
J PU3Z3A S0BATSH FEED
I fti&kss Haas Lay
PU8INA CHICK FEED
Savss lacy Chicks
tftaays In hscksr&card Saft)
FOB SALE BY
Sample Kottle SirsRip-Root Free
Send to Dr. Kilmr & Co.. Bingham-
i ton " Y . for a nrnK' bottle free by j
j mail t '1I (yjn'.ip anyone. You f
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