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EL PASO H
FO&CED SALE Of
This Store is thankful to you
for the patronage you have given WMMS
us, and we hope to show you our appreci
ation in our efforts to always serve you
better, both in point of quality of shoes and
in courteous treatment when buying at our store.
Advanced Fashions In Regal Shoes.
We are showing handsome models in Patent Calf, King Calf, King Kid and
Regal Brown and Tan leathers. Whether you prefer narrow, medium or broad
toes, your shape and style are here ready for you.
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Children will thank you for buying them our Elk
Skin Shoes. ' '.They wear longer. !
$2.00 to $2.50.
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VE CLOSE .TO-MORROW AT 1 i. M.
215 South El Paso Street.
Las Cruces, N. M-. Nov. 23. The
Catholic church which is oeing erected ,
Tor the Indians at Tortugas, just south
of Agricultural college, will b.e finish
ed about December 3. On December S
the formal dedication ceremonies will
be held, and on December 12 the an
nual feast o the Indians will take
place, the dancing being carried on In
front of the new church instead of in
Las Cruces, as was formerly the cus
tom. The new church will be called the
S?ntuaria a' Guadalupe, and it has been
erected entirely by the Pueblo indians
of Dona Ana county as their especial
place of worship. The feast of Guala
lupe, which occurs on the 12 th of De
cember, is the big feast day among
the Pueblo tribes, and the dances
-which are given are very interesting
and draw large crowds every year.
On the night before the 12th the In
dians build fires on Turtugas moun
tain, the fires forming a cross, and
these fires are kept burning for sev
tral hours. It makes a very pretty
sight as seen from Las Cruces and th
surrounding country, the distance
from the fires causing the cross to ap
pear almost as a continuous line of
These Pueblo indians are the same
who gave the dances at the El Paso
fair, their trip there being made for
the purpose of raising funds with
which to complete their new sanctuary.
ALL ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEX , PREPARE TO VOTE
Agricultural College, N. M., Nov. 23.
Arrangements are now complete for
the football game which is to be played
here on Thanksgiving day between the
college and the New Mexico Military
It was the original plan of the ath
letic management to have this game in
El Paso and a- conditional statement
Las Cruces, N. M.. Nov. 23. The
board of county, commissioners for
Dona Ana county held a special meet
ing yesterday afternoon and appointed
registration boards In the 20 precincts
of the county for the purpose of regis-
j tering the voters of the county .who
w.ill be eligible to -rote upon the new
to this effect was made to the Military constitution or January -i. xne ic
institute, with the understanding that ; quirements as to the right to vote are
the arrangement was subject to the j the same as they are Tor a county oi
securing of such conditions In El Paso 1 territorial election.
as would enable the local men to make j
at least the larger part of the expenses j
entailed. When this was found impos-
sible, the cadets were notmeu, ana
after some discussion an agreement
was reached to have the game here.
Meanwhile the "Farmers" have been
designated by certain ii'er-zealous ad
herents of the N. M. M. I. as being ad
dicted to the malady known as "cold
feet," caused primarily by the awful
beatings which the cadets had adminis
tered to the university and to the
school of mines
tains the startling statement that the b is js Graces and Dona Ana coun
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS
AND MINOR HAPPENINGS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 23, J. J.
Schneider of the Schneider & AVillis
ranch has returned home from a trip
to San Antonio, Texas, where he looked
over several pumping plants In opera
tion in that vicinity In order to get
ideas for the new plant which will be
installed at the ranch
Charles D. Miller brotner of Prof.
.T. O. Miller of the Agricultural coiiege,
The dance at the college tomorrow
night will be one of the social events
of the season and the Roswell boys will
go home saying tha"t they were treated
royally, no differnce how tne game
football player injured
b::t avill re in the game
Las Cruder, N. M., Nov. 23. Oliver
Lohman, o.ie of the members of the
Agricultural college first team and
one of the team's: best players, is at
present confined to his home by an
injured foot, .the result of a stone
bruise received' during the progress of
the game at Tucson last Friday. How
ever, his physicians and coach Bade
ncch nate that he will be able to play
in the Thanksgiving game here
against the Roswell Military institute.
His absence'- from' the game would
make a big difference and the college
supporters are hoping that he will be
all right tomorrow.
Service Also at Mt. Sinai
and St. Clement's Din
ner for Young Men.
The union Thanksgiving service w'll
be held at the Tabernacle Thursday
morning, beginning at 10:30. lr. E J.
Bulgin, who is conducting the taberna
cle meetings, will preach the Thanks
giving sermon and the music will be in
charge of George L. Rose and Mrs.
Rose. A number of solos will also be
given at the union service. There will
be no services In the churches that
have united for the union revival meet
ings. There will be no services at the
churches or at the tabernacle on
Thanksgiving afternoon. In thev even
ing Dr. J. N. McCormack will deliver
his lecture on health. This lecture will
begin at 7 p. m. and will be followed
by a companion sermon on "The Lean
Cow" by Dr. Bulgin. Special music is
also being arranged for the evening
Service nt Temple.
There will be a "citizens " Thanks
giving service Thursday morning at (
10:30 in Temple Mt. Sinai, at which
rabbi M. Faber of Tyler will pray and
Rev. Miles C. Hanson of the Congre
gational church will speak. The pro
Quartet. "O Lord How Manifold" . .
Rabbi M. Faber of Tyler, Tex.
Duet, "I Will Magnify" Mosenthal
Miss Pauline Sprinz and Parvln "Witte.
Responsive readings, prayer book, pp.
GS, 77, 102.
Quartet, "Holy. Holy" Gounod
Reading of the presidents proclama
tion A. Krakauer.
Solo. "A Song of Thanksgiving"..
Sermon. Rev. M-iles C. Hanson, pastor
America" Choir and Congregation
Closing prayer and benediction.
Rabi Zioionka explains that "this
service is called a citizens' service be
cause the basis of our asembly is
American citizenship. TVe ask no one
what his creed or faith may be, we ask
every one to join in giving thanks to
tne Father aoove. necause um o
dent has asked it of us as citizens."
The St. Clement's Episcopal congre
gation will observe Thanksgiving with
a special communion and sermon by
Rev. Henry Easter at 10:30 a. m.
The annual Thanksgiving dinner for
the young men away from home will
be given in the Woman's Exchange res
taurant at noon Thursday. This dinner
will be given under the auspices of
the Y. M. C. A. and is especially for
voung men away from home. Dvr. E. J.
Bulsin will -;ive the principal talk aria
Henrv Crawford and coach Robinson
of the Y. M. C. A. will tell of their
Thanksgiving experiences. Tickets are
being sold at the Y. M. C. A.
SIX STANDARD PIANOS
Every Piano Good as New
Bargain jSto. 1 $550 J. &. C. Fisher piano goes at $300
Bargain Xo. 2 $500 Crown piano goes at
Bargain No. 3 450 Luclwig piano goes at $
Bargain No. 4 $400 Wellington piano goes at.
Bargain Xo. 5 $400 Wilson piano goes at $211
Bargain No. 6 $375 Ccte piano goes at 6t.ov
The above list of hitrh grade pianos orc .purchased new from the W lley B.
Allen Co. about two ears ago. On account of customers not paying for
them as per agreement the pianos have been taken up and placed m Jenkins
Piano Co's. store, corner Texas and Stanton Sts.. by Mr. Boyd, auditor or the
Wilev B llen Co.. where thev will be sold for the balance due on each in
strument. There has been enough paid on every piano in the lot to reduce
the present selliiiff price to less than the factory cost. The entire stock must
he sold this week Everv piano is marked in plain figures, and are without
doubt the best values ever offered on standard pianos east or west.. e
would advise those wanting the best to come1 early before the piano they
want goes to another. Sale begins Xov. 23rd and closes Saturday night,
Store open evenings.
Don't forget the place
JENKINS PIANO CO.
PTinnp 9,958 Cor. Texas & Stanton Sts.
DO YOTJ WANT TO QUIT DRINKING-?
IF YOU DO WE CAN CURE YOU1
Many n man wants to quit drlnklns:, but Vrannot.
THE DESIRE FOK. LIQl OR IS A DISEASE.
"Ve treat the disease mo hypodermic or dangerous drugs Tised) and
make a man care no more for J.lCUJOR than befoce a drop ever parsed
A. SAIVITARrOI has been established here.
A CURE GUARANTEED. ... , , ,
It cannot hurt your health and tviII stop yoa from business only
YOU OWE IT TO HUMANITY to Investigate this opportunity.
If you do not drink tell your VVexas, Dec 27th, 1909.
T ?nadUbiin a hard drinker for thirty years when induced by a
friend to take the Globe Three Day Cure. In three nours alter the first
medicine was given me I had no desire to drink though it was right
there in my room. I want to state to all drinking nien m El Paso,
espeliallv my drinking friends, to take advantage of this opportumty
to free themselves from their slavery to alcohol. I do not now feel
anv nervousness and feel better than I have for twenty years. I am
sure that I will never taste whisky again. I am under everlasting obli
gations to the Globe Three Day treatment for curingme rid;let
If interested call on, write or (Phone Auto. 24S1.)
ED. B. CUNNINGHAM, Manager.
Glob'e 3 Day Liquor Cure
Sanitarium 2013 Atlanta St., El Paso, Tex.
TO EXTERTAIX SATURDAY.
Las Cruces, X. M., Nov. 23. Cards
are out for an "at home" to be given
by Mrs. A. B. Sage and Miss Daniels
at Agricultural college on Saturday
afternoon from 3 to 5 oclock.
ei and at present assistant territorial ir-
A Roswell paper con- i rintinn engineer, is being supported .
HOLT BUYS VALLEY
BAETCE NEAR YSLETA
C. C. Holt has ImiiTlit 10 arM nf vil-
i "and couldn't play football j 1 irrigation engineer made va- J ley land near Ysleta from VT. P. John
r." This has caused considera- cant y the resignation of Vernon L. son. Mr. Holt will move to the ranch.
! Which ll!)ri n TPJidonoQ r if on .-;il
, .v .v n.r uu ii., ituu lIU
fear, were t. friends for th& position of terri- 1
"Farmers" were showing
ble merriment among the students and Snllivnn.
the "Get Boswell's Goat club" is in- Arrangements for the Thanksgiving
creasing its memoersnip oy leaps ana t football frame have ueen compicica
bounds, and all cause for "fear" has
been removed by a telegram which
states that the cadets are really com
ing. The game is stirring up the greatest
interest among all friends of both institutions.
The Elks have tneir paracie an piuuucu
and expect to spring a big surprise on
the people, especially with the new
orchestra. The Las Cruces brass band
will furnish the music for tne Elks
parade to the athletic field and will
also furnish music during the game.
see how the little folks (and big ones, too) enjoy
put the tract in cultivation. The price
paid was $2500 and the deal was made
through Broaddus & Le Baron.
The same firm acted as ajrent in a
deal by which B. Johnson sold to W.
L. Sawyer 40 acres on the island at
$22.50 per atre. Mr. Sawyer has re
turned from Deniinj; :md " will take
charge of the land on the island.
DR. -PACE TO TALK ABOUT
"THE 3IEXICA AS HE IS."
Dr. C. T. Pace will talk on "The
Mexican as He Is" at "Friday night's
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. forum.
A debate will be held December 2.-
on. "Resolved, that El Paso would be
benefited by being annexed' to New
Moxico" The affirmative win ne lUKtin
by R. F. Davis and Charles Owen; the
negative by Paul
m -f gib PASO fSXIMB TO
n HAVE YOU FUNDS U
Bovkin and E. TV.
WORK STARTED ON
x MISSOURI CAR LINE
Work has begun on the West Iissouri
street car line which is to connect tho
Oregon street return track with the
smelter line at Mundv avenue. The line
will run down West Missouri from Put
nam and a part of rh- street is torn up
on Putnam for the new line. The work
i- beinrr done by the Ston-Webster En
BEGIN IMPROVEMENT ON
Work has started on the Howard
Rankin and O'Fallen improvements on
the building at the corner of- Overland
and Oretrcn streets. The fronts are be
ing torn away and five new store rooms
will be built on the corner. The west
part of tile II. R. 0. nroperty is also be
ing improved and new store fronts built
where the Krakauer, Zork and Move
store was located.
TO REMODEL OLD HOME.
-Tnon s TTi-pf ic nrranrnnn- i-r r,Z .-l
"the old Hart home near the smelter car
line on the site of the old Hart mill, lie
will occupy it as a residence.
A - J. I V.l
sweet, crisp, flavoury
Wholesome and convenient
THANKSGIVING HOURS AT
THE EL PASO POSTOFFICE
Thursday. Thanksjiivin'r day. a legal
holiday, will be -reserved at the post
office. The stamp and. general delivery
windows will b? open from 10 to 11
oclock in bhe morning. In the business
district carriers wiil make two deliveri
I in the morning while one fleliverv wiil
j be made in the residence district in thy
"The Memory Lingers
l-'REXCH INVESTIGATES THE
DON I. IIS ArAIL.EV COXD' ."ION'S
James A. French, of the reclamation
service, has returned after ppendir.fr
the summer in the San Luis valley in
. Colorado. lie has compiled material
i for a report, and now is engar-jd in
I formulating his data. Nothing- vill be
i made public until the report is sub
mitted at "Washington.
TEXAS COMPVNY IS
REBUILDING BURNED UERRICIv
Toyah. Texas, Nov. 23. new der
rick is being built over wci! No. 1 be
longing to the Texas Oil company. The
recent fire destroyed the derrick and
all the well rigging, and it is expected
that they will have an entire new out
fit over this well at an early date.
Raymond Teal At the
The old time favorite has returned
with a new company of musical comedy
entertainers; tonight is the lart oppor
tunity to witness the New York pro
duction, big hit. "Teezy Weezy." The
two nights it has pleased the capacity
houses and Mr. Teal has even sur
passed the expectations of his ad
mirers here. Their policy of one -show
a night has iiit the right spot;, they
offer real productions, and eos-tumed
bills and a grand orchestra; those that
haven't seen the opening bill will miss
a treat if they don't attend tonight
Commencing Thursday, they w411 offer
'The Sultan of Morocco." an Oriental
production " of the highest type. The
wardrobe to be worn in this bill is
simply gorgeous, all silks and satins,
and it will contain 16 musical numbers
whicn will give the big real chorus an
excellent chance to prove its superior
ity over any chorus so far seen In El
Paso. This is a royalty play and the
first timo shown here. The matinee,
Saturday, 10c and 20c promises to
break all records; tickets 5 days in ad
vance may be secured at Ryan's Drug
Store. Curtain at S:15. Only one show
a night real productions.
HAVE YOU FUNDS
It is prudent to place all funds in security and where they
will yield a fair return in interest.
If you have money awaiting investment, you are cordially
invited to deposit it with the American Xational Bank. Our
)5k Certificates of Deposit afford a reliable source of income.
J., ,., . ,.r- , r-r
4l c interest jpaia on uertmcates 01 ueposit
Capital and Surplus $240,000.00 -
I Las Cruces,
H. D. Bowman, President; V. B. May Vice 'President; R. E. McBride Sec
retarv; Charles E. Miller, Anthony, N. M.; W. W. Cox, Organ, !N. M.
THE BOWMAN BANK & TRUST 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.
Tuesday afternoon about four oclock
when a level used by a carpenter fell
TJnmJ,rP hT AT?T"R!PiTA from the top of the Mills building on
JYLiL-ibl A J. ACiiifc.La the laza and struck tnem. after
Artesia, X. i.., Nov. 23. An elaborate
program has been provided by presi-
breaking on the hood that protects tho
sidewalk. The former, a boy. has a
urogram iiut uccu piumci j t,. , - - , u-.i
dent Poore for the Pecos Valley Teach- slight scalp wound, and the girl had
T?rs' association, which will hold a three j her race sKinnea.
days' session at Artesia, commencing J . The level was an ordinary wood spir-
Thankscivin- ni-ht lt level about 2 feet lons and tWO
A mass meeting has been called at inches thick, and narrowly escaped a
Hope Thanksgiving night to perfect I oman who was standing nearbj The
plans for the building of the Hope-Ar- children were taken to the ofice of as
tesia short line railroad. ! sstant city health officer A. H. Butler
The members of the Christian church j where their wounds were dressed.
will give a Thanksgiving dinner at the z- -
SSTpSSSi.fira'SSJf to so to' Mother and Daughter
At the Presbyterian church. Miss .Ivy ; v
Morgan, of Artesia, and Ernest? Jordan.; pnJ.T fi.1af1 tft "RpPOmmeild
of Peabody, Kansas, were married. The . XJOtJl liaQ TO jabUUilUllCiiU
-impound of Indian Corn. Sure.T
rosttim CvrZZr'h- . . -r
POSTUM CEREAL COMPANY, Limited
Battle Creek, Michigan
GIVES A HOUSEWARMING.
Ashlev T. Beetl entertained the nost-
j office bunch at hi home. 207 Canova
street. Tuesday night at a housewarming
i.'eask hotel AXGEI.US.
C. F. Knoolauch. two years manager
of Hotel Angelus. with H. K. Holman.
has leased the hotel from the Kl Paso
Land and Improvement company.
The s cond and th
Bronson Block, next to
enn Xntional Bank Building on ban
Antonio St., have "been entirely remod
eled and converted into a roooming
house, which w known as the Hotel
Bronson. Being right on the Depot
car line, right iu the center of the busi
ness district, it makes- an ideal loca
tion. The rooms are all large, well
lighted, airy and unusually well fur
nished. The furnishings were provided
by the Kl Paso Household Furnisning
bride was given away by her father,
"William H. Morgan. Miss Anna Jones
acting as maid of honor and little
Gertrude Gifford as rinsr bearer. Rev. j
George E. Morgan, brother of the bride. J
performed the ceremony, assisted by j
Ttev. E. E. Mathes. pastor of the
church. Prior to the ceremony a piano j
solo was given by Miss Margaret Ma- '
thes and a vocal solo was rendered by
Parisian Sage the Guar
anteed Hair G-rower
and Dandruff Cure.
Mrs. J. R. Burges writes from 51l
Plum St.. Danville, Va.. June 4. 1910.
"I have u?el Parisian Sage and fnd
tn va all vou claim for it. and cheer
fully recommend it to any one who !
Mrs. Mark Corbm. Tlie cnoir eniereu , - - , .m o. H. dandruf-
i, 1,,-1, clnm'nr- T ftf hnrln'! wod- ! oui.i.c.it, " " " -
Thanksgiving dinner lit
the St. Regis. ?1.00.
If your address or business has been
changed since your name was taken
advise us, giving botn old and new ad
dress, and correction will be made for
new directorj .
John F. YVorley Directory Co..
15 Morgan Bldg.,
. . ,, , .. l me cuurcu iiui;iiifc; uucupnuo " n1n trouble "
f the new lUri-! d,n marCh" .Aftert"ie ",Vlces & T On the same date Ruth OdHle Br
1L' .nr '. II ception was given at the Morgan ranch. ' charmimr little daughter vf
Miss Blanch I. Major, grand matron rj.s B wrote:
of the Order of Eastern Star, was ap- . .. am Qnl a mtle slrl but j want r0
pointed right worthy grand Ada at the ... . T-i-i-n sae has don i"t
( recent session of the general grand j ma T . . . disease that looked
chapter at Jacksonville, Florida, where i nk dandruff and when It was combl
she attended as a representative from , up there wOUld Dg a bloody water un.Ier
New Mexico the dandruff. Mamma tried every th.n?
The basketball team of the Artesia Jn tfae way Qf nair toniCS, -without re
high school girls defeated the Roswell j sults untll sne saw the advertem- nt
high school girls here in a scqre of 33 j Qf parlsian sage; she got a bottle ant
to 10. ,.!. it cured "me, but kept on using it. Xw
A meeting has been called by the x have a. beautlful a head of hair ra
farmers and truck growers to perfect; ,?,.!
an organization aiiu lituc- up mc iiiu.tn;r
Thanksgiving dinnr at
the St. Regis, ?1.00.
of a canning factory.
A wedding ceremony occurred in
which Miss Olane Acord. daughter of
.1. E. Acord, was married to Fred
Sprague, operator at the station. Rev.
A. E. Boyd of the Baptist church officiated.
LEVEL FAIjL.S FK03I HULLS
BUILTJIXO; CHILDREN" HURT
Estanislado Cardenas, 12 years old.
and Soledad Cardenas, four years old.
who live in East El Paso, were injured
mt -crn-mon nnd. children, in eer
section of America, who are using -r-dinarv
commercial hair tonics shou i
,..- s-.t.. c-.ro . TT-tni It is so far
I gve xru.tiaAu. ..-.ic,- v - -- --
ahead of all others that one appncaiiun
wll prove Its great superiority.
It is guaranteed by Kelly & Pol'ard
to stop falling hair and itching s'-aip,
and to drive out all dandruff in two
weeks, or money back. It grow3 ha.?
in abundance and gives to the hair a
-lustrous and fascinating appearance. T)
cents a large bottle at Kelly & Pollard a
and druggists everywhere.