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EfoItK feb.O.U, biiuutnY I
eat purj: food
Confidence when eating, that your food is of
highest quality, that it has nothing in it that
can injure or distress you, makes the repast
doubly comfortable and satisfactory. This
supreme confidence you 771LL enjoy when you
buy goods from this house. jn
Fresh Franco American Plum Pudding, each. . .
35c, 65c, $1.00
Heinze sTew Mince Meat, per lb. . : 20c
Fruit Cake in handsome cake boxes, each $1.75
New Shelled Hickory Nuts, per lb 75c
New Shelled Black Walnuts, per lb 75c
Shelled English Walnuts, per lb 60c
Cresco Imported Raisins, per box 50c
Cresco Stuffed Figs in glass Jars 60c and $1.00
FerndeU Sifted Peas, per can ... ... .15c and 25c
Fresh Strawberries, per box 15c
Fanev Had Lettuce, each 10c; 2 for 15c
FancV White Yallev Celery 3 for 25c
Fresh Oysters, "Extra Selects" can . .35c and 50c
California Chestnuts, per lb 25c
Ferndell Asparagus, fancy peeled 40c
Whole Turkish Figs, per ib 25c
Queen Olives in bulk, quart 35c
The Largest Assortment to Select from in El Paso.
Las Cruces and the Mesifla Valley
RAISE GOOD FUND
BY CHARITY BALL
I contra acequia credited upon their
regular ditch assessment. The contest
there promises to be a warm one.
Las Cruces Elks "Will Buy
Christmas Gifts for
Las " Cruces, X. 3L, Xov. 25. The
Charity ball given at Armory hall by
the Las Cruces lodge of Blks was a
complete success, lth socially and
financially. The ball -was given for
the purpose of raising funds with
which to buy presents for the poor
children of the town to be given out
on Christmas. The committee in
charge, Robert Dross, S. T. Barnhill
and A. R- Heineman, worked hard to
bring the affair to the conclusion
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 25. The con
test case of Dr. Boyd vs. Eugene Van
Patten, which was settled some time
ago in favor of the defendant, has been
reopened by order of the general land
department and testimony is being
taken before the register and receiver
of the local land office. The case in
volves a part of, the land upon which
is located the famous 'Dripping Springs
mountain resort and is being hotly
It is probable that the testimony will
be concluded tomorrow and the pa
pers will then be sent to the general
land office, from which a decision is
in, connection witn tne case, wnicn is
arousing considerable interest.
which was reached.
Tlio miicip tcrnc: flmiatpfl for the OCCa- . "
Bion by the Sunny South orchestral expected within a short time: A large
romnosed ofTrank G. Bossyns. leader. number of witnesses are in Las Cruces
Florencio Montoya, John Kennedy, D.
S. Mytlnger and Charles Bead.
Two years ago the Elks lodge cele
brated Christmas by giving the chil
dren a Christmas tree at the lodge
rooms and over 400 children were en
tertained and remembercl with pres
ents. This year he tree will be
eliminated and the presents will be
distributed at the homes.
TO START TUESDAY
Las Cruces, X. M., Nov. 25.-
CECILIA'S DAY IS
CELEBRATED BY STUDENTS
Las Cruces. N. M., Nov. 25. The
feast of St. Cecelia, patroness of mu
sic, was celebrated by the Loretto
girls with a musical and dramatic en
tertainment in the auditorium.
The program was participated in by
Monica Miller, Mabel Grayson. Bessie
Symons, Ellen Quinlivm, Myrtle Mil
ler, Frances Clemons, Tina Brown, An-
i me .trainer, iiisie Jiayer. -ri.ae.ia xer-
Clara Eiks, Magdalene Chaves,
i nniv cuiiiibs. .-isciies -Dniiecii. xiiiit:
case will come up for new trial before . Meyer, Nellie Moon, Elenora Bonan,
Judge Parker at Deming. The alleged Kiarion Wade. Esther de le O.
crime was committed at Anthony about Th Tnrpttn Miisin r.iasts now Tmm-
two years apo and the defendant ,was , bers 75 members and Loretto chorist- !
IvtInd Vi T-n A i-n ri-it t t t crroTtil 1 ,. i ? ai . .
iuuiuicu uj 2, wiia . vi..? e, , urc urumise tu Kive an enieriainmeni
THE PLACE FOR QUALITY
THE PLAGE FOR LOWER PRICES
Order Early for Your Thanksgiving Dinner.
Bell phones, 823-844-88 Meat Dept., Bel1 865; Auto 1691
Highland Park and East El Paso "Wagons leave at noon
Tuesday this week on account of Thanksgiving day.
Thanksgiving Turkeys, alive, per lb 23c
Thanksgiving Turkeys, dressed and drawn, per lb. 30c
Sealshipt Oysters, fresh every clay, per pt 25c
Chickens, home dressed and drawn, per lb 20c
'Extra nice Pork Roasts, per lb 20c
Home Rendered Lard (pure) per lb. 17 l-2c
IS lbs. Granulated Sugar, for $1.00
3 lbs. Best Rice, for 25c
10 lbs. Best Colorado Potatoes, for , : -25c
10 lbs. Best Valley Sweet Potatoes, for 25c
Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts or Filberts, per lb. 25c
Shelled Walnuts and Shelled Almonds, per lb 60c
Shelled Pecans, per lb 70c
Xew Citron. Oransre and Lemon Peel. rer lb 25c
o ' J-
I Heinze 's New, Pickles, all kinds in now.
Heinze s Sourkraut, per lb 5c
Heinze 's Mince Meat, per lb v 20c
Cranberries, per quart .' 10c
Mt. Park, or Winesap Apples, 4 lbs for 25c
I Mexican Oranges, per dozen 25c
Fresh Lettuce, Celery, Cauliflower, Egg Plants, Cu
cumbers. Wax Beans, Cabbage, Pumpkins
and Hubbard Squash.
New Dried Fruits--all kinds.
Shipment new Plum Pudding and Fruit Calces just in.
Fancy Large Celery and Lettuce, 2 for 15c
Blue Ribbon Butter and Eggs, 2 for 75c
Fancy Norway Mackerel, medium size, 3 for 25c
Fancy Norway Mckerel, large size, 2 for 25c
New Florida Grapefruit. 3 for 25e
3 pkgs. Seeded Raisins, for 25c
Currants, per pk ., . . . 10c
Comb Honey. 2 for 25c
Cor. Kansas & Boulevard.
I' I ( "
! No. 107
Leaders in Lower Prices
Day won first honors and secured as
a prize a beautiful vase. Mrs. Hosmer
was awarded the second prize, a hand
made apron, while Mrs. TL L.. Young
supervisors of the various road dis
tricts of this county are calling- out
all those persons subject to the road
' tax and are doing- a large amount of
received the consolation prize, a dainty i work on the public roads, especially
hand-painted plate. A delicious three- 1 in this vicinity.
course luncheon was served after tha
completion of the games.
LEG BROKEN' BY HORSE.
Las Cruces, X. M., Xov. 25. Juan
Melendres, -who lives near Dona Ana.
was brought to town suffering from
a broken leg. He was riding a horse
from his home and in crossing a bridge
over an ace?Miia the horse stepped off
the edge and fell, throwing Melendres
to the ground and falling upon his
right leg, breaking both bones above
the ankle. The fractured bones wero
set and the man taken home.
ROAD WORK BEIXG DOXE.
X.as Cruces, X. M., Xov. 25. The road
EXTERTAIXED AT DIXXEK.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Xov. 25. Mr. and
Mrs. TV. A. Sutherland entertained at
Thanksgiving: dinner at their suburban
home; "Mira Monte," those present being-
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Xewberry of
Leasburg- and Mr. and Mrs. C. ID. Case
Visit Ardoin's market tomorrow and
see their special sales money aved Is
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James Mc
Kenna, a baby girl at their home,
310 Boulevard, on Thanksgiving day!
jury, tried and convicted, but an error
was found in the indictment. The case
will be called at Deming next Tuesday
on a change of venue. The defendant
was out after his first trial on a $15,
000 bond, which was reduced to $9000
at the last term of the Dona Ana
Guadaramma is now in El Paso and
! soon after the Christmas holidays.
Among- the new pupils who have en
roled at Loretto during the past
month are: Florida Brewer, El Paso,
Tex.; Geraldme Merchant, Los An
geles;es, Cal.; Paulita Abeyta, Socor
ro, X. M.; Carmelita Varela, Lords
burg, X. M.
Mabel and Dorothy Gravson are
a motion for a continuance was filed i spending a few days with their par-
before judge Parker by his attorneys, ! ents in El Paso.
the motion being- based upon affidavits
irom El Paso physicians to the 'effect
that the defendant was too sick to
stand the ordeaL Judge Parker over
ruled the motion, however, and set the
case for the time above stated.
Monica Miller accompanied her
father to Cutter, X. M.tto partake of
a Thanksgiving- dinner with their
TO BE HELD DEC. 5.
Las Cruces, X. M., Xov. 25. On Mon
day, December 5, the various commun
ity ditches in this county will hold
elections for ditch commissioners and '
mayordomas. On the Las Crudes ditch
there will be two sets of officers in
the field. On the Dona Ana ditch
there is also a contest, the contest
there resting upon the effors of the
farrners above the lower end of the
government canal fo have their ditch
incorporated in the Dona Ana ditch
and the cost of the cleaning of their
3IORE TXTAX EVER
Increased Capacity for Mental Labor
Since Leaving Off Coffee.
Many former coffee drinkers who
(nave mental work to perform, day after
day, have found a better capacrty and
greater endurance by using Postum in
stead of ordinary coffee. An Illinois
"I had drank coffee for about twenty
years, and finally had what the doctor
called 'coffee heart. I was nervous and
extremely despondent; had little men
tal or physical strength left, had kid
ney trouble and constipation,
"The first noticeable benefit derived
from the change from coffee to Pos
tum was the natural action of the kid
neys and bowels. In two weeks my
heart action was jgreatly improved and
my nerves steady,
"Then I became less despondent, and
fch-e desire to be active again, showed
proof of renewed physical and mental
"I am steadily gaining in physical
strength and brain power. I formerly
did mental work and had to give it up
on account of coffee, but since using
Postum I am doing hard mental labor
with less fatigue than ever before."
Read the little book, "The Road to
Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever read Ike altoe letter A new
one appears from time t lime. They
sre prenuine, true, and full of human
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS
AXD MINOR HAPPEXI.VGS.
Las Cruces, X. M., Xov. 25. Charles
S. Taylor of Haverford, Pa,, who has
been visiting his son, Joseph W. Tay
lor, at the Taylor ranch near Dona Ana
for the past two -weeks, has returned
Judge Frank TV. Parker of the third j
judicial district, has returned from
Santa Fe, where he had been as a dele
gate from this county to the constitu
tional convention. He left last night f-
for Deming, where he will hold court, j
The town board of trustees has pass- I
ed an ordinance fixing the city tax
on moving picture shows at 50 per
year and a yearly tax of $12.50 on each
pool and billiard table operated in the
The walls and roof of the new Riley
building are completed and the work
men are now plastering the south
room, which will be ready for occu
pancy early in December.
LOCAL TALEXT SHOW TO
BE GIVEX BY MACCABEES.
Las Cruces, X. M, Xov. 25. The local
talent show which is to be given in
Loretto hall on Friday, December 2,
under the auspices of the Maccabees,
promises to be one of the best enter
tainments ever given in Las Cruces.
The play is called "The Fashion."
Those who will tdke part are: Prof.
J. H. "Wagner. Mr. Hammond, G. P.
Stoker, C. T. Hagerty,. John Birdwell,
Will Lerma, Joe Lowe, John Powers,
3Irs. E. Guyen, Miss Ada Hoagland.
Mme. Petin, Miss H. Petin and Miss
ail Carriers Trust
No wonder! On rural route or city route,
it ghes them the right time to the fraction of
a second. Promptness in delivery counts for
aclean record and promotion, so why shouldn't
such an accurate, reliable timekeeper be a
Every mail carrier ought to own one ! No
weather conditions can affect its accuracy.
No jar or jolt will change its even running.
No dampness can get into the works.
It combines all the good features any carrier
needs and it is sold at a moderate price.
G. M WHEELER MODEL
Here are some of its strong points ! 17 Jewels, which protect all pivots
from wear. Compensating Balance, which automatically adjusts to
temperature changes. Micrometrlc Regulator, which cannot be acci
dentally moved. Strong, tested mainspring, rigid construction, plain dial,
sturdy, handsome cases. Every watch is cased and adjusted at the factory,
and is guaranteed against all defects.
At the end of your next trip, go to the nearest jeweler and ask him to show
you this fine watch. He will gladly explain its distinguishing features.
The Movement alone costs S17.
In Filled Goia Cases. $30 and up. In Solid Gold Cases, $50 and up.
Every man and woman ought to own an Elgin watch. There are many
models, priced according to case and works, all fully guaranteed. They're
sold by jewelers everywhere.
ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO., Elgin, Illinois.
MISERY FROM 1NDIGEST
ELKS' BARBECUE AXD DANCE
TO BE HELD DECEMBER 3.
Las Cruces, N. M., Xov. 25. The big
barbecue and dance to be given by the
Las Cruces Jilks ana which was to
nave neen neia on iriday, December
2, has been postponed until Saturday,
December 3. in order not to conflict !
with the show to be given by the
Ladies of the Maccabees.
A little Dyspepsia will make
you feel fine in five
, EXTERTAIXS SOCIAL CL.UB.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 25. The Las
Cruces Social club was entertained by
Mrs. M. B. Carroll, "forty-two" being
the came and six tables. nlay ins. Mrs.
The question as to 'how long- you are
going- to continue a sufferer from Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia or out-of-order
Stomach Is merely a matter of how
soon you begin taking some DIapepsin.
If your Stomach is lacking- in diges
tive power, why not help the stomach
to do its work, not with drastic drugs,
i but a reinforcement of digestive
agents, such as are naturally ar work
in the stomach.
People with weak stomachs should
take a little Diapepsin occasionally,
find there will be no more Indigestion,
no feeling like a lump of lead in the
stomach, no heartburn, Sour risings.
Gas on Stomach or Belching of undi
gested food. Headaches, Dizziness or
Sick Stomach, and, besides, what you
eat will not ferment and poison your
breath with nauseous odors. All these
symptoms resulting from a sour, out-of-order
stomach and dyspepsia are
generally relieved in five minutes alt
er taking alittle Diapepsin.
Go to your druggist and get a 50
cent case of Pape's Diapepsin now, and
you will always go to the tab.le with a
hearty appetite, and what you eat will
taste good, because your stomach and
Intestines will be clean and fresh, and
you will know there are not going to
be any more bad nights and miserable
days for you. Tney freshen you and
make you feel like lue Is worth. liYLne-.
Another Sale of Pretty Xmas Things
I ORE pretty little articles for Christmas giving will be on sale ta-
morrow night, little things which will lengthen the Christinas list
and shorten the cost. Tomorrow night from seven to ten we will
offer about two hundred pretty hairpin- and hatpin-holders, hair
receivers, &c, covered with silk and satin and trimmed with rib
bons. In a variety 01 tancy shapes and in many colors, rceguiarry,
f.hnv win spII for ?oc. After sunner sale price each
(Only two to each customer.)
Kandv Folding '-Companions," made of cretonne, lined throughout with rubber, with seven compartments
for the various toilet articles. Also, sets of three silk covered, rubber lined, cases for soap, tooth brush and
wash cloth (with one wash cloth). These regularly sell tor idc. Alter bupper bale price,
Bedroom Slippers, hand knit, of
all wool yarn, with best quali
ty of fleeced soles. In all col
ors and sizes for women, three
to eight. Our special AQg
75c quality, a pair. . . Tfvt
(Limit, two pairs.)
Real Chaniois Skin Gloves,
wrist lengths, in the natural
color only, a serviceable, wash
able glove, in all sizes. A reg
ular 1.00 quality, Alter Sup
per sale price, a
(Limit, one pair.)
Genuine "Roston or Paris Gar
ters, best quality silcott web
with velvet grip clasp. In all
colors and black. Reg- IP
ular 25c quality, a pair IOC
(Limit, one pair.)
Infants and children's toques, made of good quality ,
wool yarn, in red, white and oxford. Just the thing
for little school girls. Regular 35 c quality, l rj
each A i
(Limit, one of each.)
On Sale Z to 9
Lambert's Listerine, Q
dollar bottle for. . -. O J7 C
Sozodonfc -J ?
25c bottles for.'. OC
Royal Glycerine Soap, y
large size cakes, each
20 Mule Tedm Borax,
15c boxes, each Uw
Ingram's !Milkweed OH
jCream. 50c boxes, each JJ
Special lot of about one hun
dred dozen pairs of mercerized
fancy sox, in the season's new
est designs. In plain color,
combinations, stripes, figures
and dots, 25e and 35c j
values, a pair J IOC
(Limit, four pairs.)
Good quality cream, note paper,
plain or ruled, with envelopes,
to match, put up in neat box.
Regularly sold for 25c, we of
fer it as an After Supper Spe
cial in the basement, t
a box OC
Pretty style cap3 made of felt,
velvet, bearskin and rep silk,
all sizes and colors, in a special
lot, worth up to $1.00.' QA
Each 5 7 C
Infants and Juvenile Worsted Sweaters, msae in the
coat styles, in a variety of good colors. In; the After
Supper Sale we offer our special 65e and
75c qualities for
Sale of Linens
7T0 9CT CLOCK -Special
lot of plain and damask
tray cloths, embroidered tray
cloths, hemstitched 22 inch canter
pieces,. ronnd, fringed centers, oval
tray clothes and hemstitched and
fringed scarfs. Some of these are
a little mussed and soiled through
handling, but are otherwise in good
condition. "We include in this lot
many pieces worth regularly 50c.
After Supper Sale, Q
(Limit, three pieces.)
Sale of Waists
7 TO 0 O'CLOCK
Another waist sale "of the Mndihatr
has made this store famous. Sat
urday night we offer a splendid lot
of white waists, the newest styles,
attractive in design and of remark
able value. These are in the tailor
made styles, beautifully embroider
ed in the hand work effect, some
with plain, others with fancy scal
loped front. A $1.50 waist
All J)ay Saturday Sale of School Hats
(Millinery Department, Second Floor.)
Pretty Hats for the school girl will be attractively priced all day tomorrow.
The special lot consists of wide roll, brim felt sailors and mushroom shapes,
tidmmed with silk scarfs and ribbons and some with, plaid silk crown.
All the desirable colors, in qualities worth up to $3.00. Sat- j a
urday only, each v -I ?)
Saturday Bargains in the Boys' Department
Suits at $3.95
Good, serviceable Suits, some with one, others with
two pairs of knickerbocker trousers, strongly made
for school wear. Heavyweight suitings in medium
Suits at $5.00
Strictly all wool suits, some with one. others with two
pairs of knickerbockers. These are in grey, tan and
brown mixtures, plain and combination effects. Half
liner! trousers, ''can't fwmo nff" Kiml-loe a-A .!. x
shades of gray, tan and brown. Regular 0 Q C with hand padded shoulders, $6.50 rf p?
$5.00 values, sizes 6 to 16 years PJUJ vaues pO.UU
Ivan Frank Suits at $7.50
Boys' Knickerbocker Suits, suitable for either dress or school
wear, the coats hand tailored, in the single-breasted, belted styles
and the double-breasted plain models. These are made of the new
est patterns of materials, well lined and as perfectly tailored as a
4- mliA VAHPO-PC- Olifl linnrl Tt..,,.1,,,-J- CI 4. 1
worth $8.50 and $9.00, on Saturday . ...$ D U
Good qualitv cotton worsted sweat
ers, coat style, with two pockets.
in fmliinaion colors, sizes 4 to
12 j ears. Regular 50c
Stacy Adams Co.
Boys' all wool sweaters, cent style,
with two pockets, in solid or com
bination colors, sizes 4 to 14 years,
Regular $1.50 values, q q
Made of good qualitv Corduroy
guaranteed in eerv particular,"
m grey and brown, for bov,s of S
to 16 years. Regular Q
$1.50 quality, each OtC
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
John F. Worley Directory Co..
15 Morgan BIdg.,
CUT RATE HARDWARE
x 309 S. El Pae St.
Guns. Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders" Hardware,
kinds Sadd'es Harness. Cutlery Tent? o7 Paint Etc
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