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Saturday, Xov. 23, 1912
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bakers, but the kind that you'll be proud to offer to your
friends. Made from the choicest Fruits, -peels, spices,
nuts, choice fresh eggs, creamery butter and the
pastry flour and will keep
fresh for months.
That will add zest to the Thanksgiving feast. Better
than you could possibly make at home and far better
than any you can buy from any ordinary baker. '
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Patties for Oysters.
Phone your orders early and we
will give them special attention.
Patties for Peas.
Will not be complete without a generous supply of B
worry with trying to bake it Simply phone your grocer-
"Brcfoon "Bread. Doa't
Save Time, Money, Worry.
Is baked by experts in the most sanitary and up to
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procurable enter into its making. Don't experiment
Buy fihe Best ,
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That9 s BaRed By Ejcperfs
Comes to you fresh, clean and sanitary each day.
It is wrapped in waxed paper and sealed.- See
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if you want to
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H EST VIRGINIA COAL OPERATORS
GRtXT INCREASE TO STRIKERS,
Charleston, W. Va Nov. 23. What Is
believed to ofrecast the end of the
croat coal strike In the Kanawha coal
fields of West Virginia was announced
in a signed wage agreement between
the union miners nd the officials of
the National Bituminous Coal and Coke
company. The agreement practically
recognizes the union, provides for an
Increase of about 21 percent in wages,
reduces tonnage, permits the miners to
organize, provides a nine hour day and
Eies the men now on strike prefer
ence if they should desire to return to
The agreement will affect 608 union
miners now on strike. "With these men
returned to work the end of the strike,
it is said, is in sight
TWO OFFICERS OF THE
ARMY ARE DISMISSED
Washington, D. C.. Nov. 23. The
president has approved the sentence of
court martials dismissing from the
army Capt. A. H. Bishop, First infan
try, and second Lieut. Armine W. Smith.
Third field artillery. Capt. Bishop was
convicted of false entries and embez
zlement and Lieut Smith of "deceit -in
the solution of a military problem."
Ladies' Barmen cleaned,
will soon be here let us
send you a little booklet
This booklet was compiled
after thirty-two years of
EXTRADITION' ASKED FOR
MEXICAN HELD IN JUAREZ
American consul Thomas D. Edwards,
of Juarez, today asked for the prelim
inary detention pending extradition of
Andres Calles, . the American-Mexican
removed yesterday from a street car in
Juarez disguised in women's clothes.
Superintendent McManus, of the New
Mexico state penitentiary at Santa Fe,
from which institution Calles escaped
a few days ago. caused governor Mc
Donald to request the extradition
through consul Edwards.
Phone LonRTvell's for hacks, automo
bile, livery, salddle horses, .baggage
wagons, moving vans, trucks and heavy
transfer. The quickest service and most
complete equipment in the southwest.
Lowest price electrical fixture house
in Kl Paso 'Quality Houae," 118 x.
Stanton, Texas Electrical Supply Co.
Auto For Hire.
Phone No. 1 for Longwell's big auto;
cheap, safe and fast.
Everything guaranteed that leaves
this house ana that means something.
"Quality House." 110 N. Stanton St.,
Texas Electrical Sui.ply Co.
Phone 343 for good cleaning.
MANIAC TERRORIZES VILLAGE.
Frederick, Md.. Nov. 22. Dublin, a
Tillage five miles from here was held
up by William Bougher, a maniac, with
a shotgun, who declared he wanted to
kill certain persons. Deputy sheriffs
overpowered the man. Bougher had a
delusion that witches were after him.
A SURE, QUICK COLD
TO MIKE BEING
District Headquarters "Will
Be Established and a
! KELSOE BUYS LAND
IN MESILLA VALLEY
The Deming office' of The El Paso
Herald is in the Chamber of Com
merce. Roy Bedichek is correspond
ent The Herald's distributor in
Deming is the Leffler & Field Cigar
and News Store. The Herald will be
delivered to all parts of the city, the
same night of publication, at 60 cents
per month. t
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Deming, N. M., Nov. 23. H. H. Kelly,
president of the Deming Chamber of
Commerce, who has been negotiating
with the Mountain States Telephone &
Telegraph company, for the erection
of a district building and new ex
change in Deming, announces that the
company has purchased 40 feet on the
corner, just south of the Graphic
building on Gold avenue, and that the
company engineers will fea here soon
for the purpose of making the plans
for the new building.
Deming will be the district head
quarters for the Mountain States com
pany for the following towns: Las
Cruces, Silver City, Hurley. Santa
Rita, Mogollon, Lordsburjr, Clifton,
Ariz.; Safford. Ariz.; Thatcher, Ariz.;
San Carlos, Ariz.; and Globe, Ariz.
The exchange here will be enlarged.
J. L. Thomas and Mr. Walters, from
Louisville, Ky., who have been in the
valley for a weey, ' seeking invest
ments, have returned home. Mr.'
Thomas made several investments.
Fred Sherman and brother, and H. H.
Jacobs, have returned from a. hnnMntr
L trip on the Gila. They report plenty
or game and line weather.
The Luna county road board is
making tours of inspection of tho
county roads, to ascertain the work
that is most necessary. The board
will outline a system of county roads.'
L and all work ordered done will have
in view the ultimate completion of the
BRADSTREKT SAYS TRADB
CHANNELS ARE RUNNING FULL.
New York. N. Y., Nov. 23. Brad
streets today says:
Trade channels are running full,
with optimism predominant and this
despite widespread evidences that
mild weather is a bar to fullest ac
tivifes in final distribution. Best re
ports as to jobbing and retail trade
come as heretofore, from the west,
northwest and southwest.
Operations in the iron and steel lines
continue as active, if not more active
Busine s failures in th t'nited
St.ites foi the week ending No ember
1, were 26$ against 260 last week.
MiHSienary Societies of Three Las
CrucCH Churches Hold Union Meet
ing In Baptist Cbureh.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 33. A. I.
Kelsoe has purchased one hundred
acres of land north l towu.
The Home Missionary 'society of the
Methodist, Baptist and Presbyterian
churches held a union meeting In
the Baptist church.
Thomas Casey, of Elephant Butte,
who, for two years, has been in the
employ of the reclamation service at
that place, las been here the past few
days looking after his ranch and home.
Engineer Morgan, of the state en
gineer's office force, is securing data
for new roads in the vicinity of Mes
quite. -The Catholic bazaar -which is being
held in the armory, is attracting large
crowds. A musical program was ren
dered and dancing followed. An en-
No young woman, m the Joy of
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BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Athita, Ca
ehil&da supper was served in the base
ment of the armory.
W. T. Jacoby has been .in Santa. Fe
attending the tenth annual session of
the allied bodies of Masonry.
Mrs. Brannigan entertained the so
cial club at her home west of town.
Engineer Doyle, of the reclamation
service, is spending his vacation In
FIFTY INDICTMENTS IN ANTI-
VICR FIGHT ARE DISMISSED
Denver, Colo., Nov. 23. Indictments
brought by a special grand Jury against
50 present and past Denver city and
county officials and property owners
In September last, charging them and
property owners with allowing; various
institutions of vice to exist, were dis
missed by judge James H. Teller in the
criminal branch of the district court
this morning. Judge Teller held that
district judge H. L. Shattuck. who pre
sided at the time the indictments were
returned, had no legal right to appoint
a special prosecutor and that, therefore,
the indictments were illegal.
SENATORS PROBE GRAFT CHARGES
AT SAWTKLLB SOLDD3RS' HOXB
Los Angeles. CaL, Nov. 23. Graft al
legations made by witnesses who tea"
tified before the senatorial committee
which is investigating the National
Soldiers home at Sawtelle. caused the
members of the committee to decide to
prolong' their inquiry. E. L. Grafton,
a magazine publisher, and Edmund
Norton, a writer, declared they had
been told by veterans that mattresses
which cost $3 each were sold at the
home for 38 and that exorbitant
charges were allowed for the shipment
of the bodies of dead veterans.
The witnesses testified also that the
veterans who made these statements
did so under pledges of strict secrecy,
as they were In constant fear of "get
ting the gate."
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N. Stanton St., Texas Kieetrlcal Sap
Fancy Florida Oranges,
For Your Thanksgiving
Contain more juice and are sweeter than any other
Orange at this time of the year.
For Sale by All Leading Grocers.