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Main Store Grocery Dept., 4340; Meat Dept., 4346.
tore No. 2 Grocery Dept., 4717; Meat Dept., 4714.
And This Rare Economy Opportunity Is Yours in Taking Advantage of the Bazaar's
BLACK TWIG APPLES
Exceptionally fine for both cooking d gg
and eating, by the box ? L XJ
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Del ightfully sweet,
per dozen 30c, 35c and
Standard Pack To
matoes Three cans for
NEW CANNED FRUITS
Plums, Peaches, Apricots, Grapes, Pears, Black
berries, etc., regular at 25e, our price m KQg
3 for v
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"Cherub" Peas , "Champion" and
A very fancy pea, ex- "Daisy" Peas
tra quality, 3 cans Two cans for
Cottolene Blue Ribbon Flour
The real shortening, 2 Guaranted for all
lbs. 30c, 4 lbs. 60c, family uses, 24 lbs.
10 lbs. 85c, 48 lbs.
Blue Ribbon Butter Toilet Tissue
Better butter is im- 4 rolls (4000 sheets)
' possible, per lb. for
ft Regular 50c quality "while
I I each
ROAD AND BRIDGE
FUND HAS DEFICIT
Exre idltaren Exceed Appropriation
. -c than 942,000; County Also Bans
:. Behind on Election Fond.
.ere is a deficit of $42,218.73 In the
v d and bridge fund, as shown by the
t ort of Roy Barnum, county auditor.
suomitted to the county commissioners
Monday afternoon. The report, which
covered the appropriations and expendi-
vures , for November, gave the appro-
u, -Ration for that fund at $18,000. The
It it enditures daring the current month
ltfc Jed $7088.58. The total expendi-
mut 3 Up to date amounted to $57,218.73.
VL 'Tj?.ting the courthouse and jail in
"" " -Ter cost 5306.71. There is a bal-
BolAt S618.82 in that fund.' The coun-
Xste; ehlnd $590 on the item of eleo-
In the case of the justices of
ihe j ice, the county shows $727.57 on
the debit side. There is a deficit of
$214 17 shown in items relative to the
lime. Advertising and publications
during November cost the county
$674 7. The total amount expended In
this instance to date is $7473.56.
Tr reserve fund of the county shows
nee or ?S3,817.65.
rding to the report of L G. Gaal,
"Women who bear children and ro
QeJa healthy we those "who prepare
their syetema In advance of baby's
coming. Unless the mother aids
nature In its pre-natal "wort the crisis
fimjs her system unequal to the de
mands made npon it, and she 1b often
left frith weakened health or chronic
ailments. No remedy is so truly a
help to nature as Mother's Friend,
and no expectant mother should fail
to nee it. It relieves the pain and
discomfort caused by the strain on
the ligaments, makes pliant and elas
tic those fibres and muscles which
nature Is expanding, prevents numb
ness of limbs, and soothes the Inflam
mation of breast glands. The system
fcerig thus prepared by Mother's
Friend dispels the fear that the crisis
may not be safely met. Mother's
Friend assures a speedy and complete
recovery for the mother, and she is
left a healthy woman to enjoy the
rearing of her
Friend teMslwe at BlflffhOPlS
Write lor our free
book for expect
ant mothers which contains much
valuable information, and many sug
gestions of a helpful nature.
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Missouri Black Wal
nuts The choicest of all
nuts, 3 lbs.
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superintendent of the county hospital,
during the month of November there
were 32 patients received at the county
poor farm, six were discharged and 22
remained. In the same period 59 pa
tients were entered at the cdunty hos
pital Thirty had left and there were
29 remaining. The cost of maintaining
each patient, the superintendent re
ported, was 35 cents a day. Collections
amounted to $18.5).
The county commissioners ordered
the payment of $1800, the balance due
H. Casard on the contract for the com
pletion of the Canutillo cutoff. For se
curing the approval of the attorney
general of the recent bond Issues of
road districts Nos. 1 and 2. Mason Pol
lard, an attorney, was given a fee
I The election of S. Cordero, alcalde,
and simon sancnez, assistant alcalde,
of the island ditch, was ratified by the
Frank Giron, justice of the peace at
San Ellzarlo, wrote the commissioners
the jail at that place needed cleaning
out. The sum of $5 was allowed for
TO MAKE CAMPAIGN
FOR EARLY SHOPPING
Shop early each day in the 3S5. This
Is what the Business Men's Protective
association wishes the housewives to
do. At Its monthly meeting Monday
evening the association 'decided to en
list the support of the newspapers,
ministers and public in getting shorter
hours for the clerks in the stores. To
do this it will be necessary for the
buyers to purchase their supplies
earlier in the day so that the clerks,
drivers and shipping clerks will not
have to work overtime to fill the or
ders. Telephone customers are to be
especially appealed to by the associ
ation. MEXICAN CATTLE ARE
AGAIN COMING IN
Mexican cattle from the Galeana
district are again moving into El Paso.
Nunn & Latham brought in 90 head,
the Pitman Cattle company 900 head.
J. oacobson a car of horses and cattle,
and Louis Fenchler 60 head. The Cam
eron Cattle company receive about 530
head this afternoon.
Two importations were made at
Presidio, Tex., on Monday. L. B. Cart
wright brought in 406 head and G. JU
Smith 260 head.
SATS HE "WAS CHARGED
$2.50 FOU ONE SHAVE
It costs some Missourians $2.50 to get
a shave, and $3 for a hair cut in El
Paso. Jose Hernandez, who was an ar
rival Monday from that state went Into
a barber shop on Broadway for a shave.
When the barber completed the job.
Hernandez said he gave him a $5 bill.
The barber, he said, returned $2.50.
When he remonstrated, Hernandez said
the barber told him that was the price
and ordered him to leave the shop. Her
nandez got a policeman and returned
to the place. The barber, it is claimed,
escaped by going through the rear door.
A. L. Lathrop. assistant to the presi
dent of the Mexico North Western
railroad, has returned from Chicago,
where he was called on account of the
illness of Mrs. Lathrop.
You Are Saving from $5.00 to $10.00 on Every Suit z
ni)AOTIfAI fUDICT.USJlO PIETC A wonderfoil array of
r ItnUIIOML unmw 1 ififw Oil lw f Neckwear. Underwear
ynesu eh.i-e Aleves- Handkerchiefs, fasssiraeradersn Sweater es
HSH H a nnn aiwn - - 7 m- ,
all at the wonderful savings of
One Lot Men and Young Men Hand Made Suits and Overcoats,
by Our Standard of Pricing up to $17.50, Sale Price
One Lot Men and Young Men Suits and Overcoats, by Our
Standard of Pricing up to $15.00, Sale Price
Come and Get Yours While the Stock Is in Good Shape Don't Wait for
STORE OPEN EVENINGS
UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK
Las Cruces and
Sensational Suit Is Brought
Against W. J. Sampson and
Wife in Las Cruces.
The office of The Herald for Las
Cruces is the Post Office News and
Cigar Store. Arrangements can be
made here for those who want to
subscribe and wish their papers de
livered each night.
Las Cruces, N. M- Dec 10. A large
number of people assembled in the court
room to attend the hearing of the case
of Maggie Bell Sampson and Harold
Sampson, minors, by their next friend,
R. F. Sampson, vs. Wilbur J. Sampson
and Kyle M. Sampson, bis wife.
The case was filed by an elder brother
against the father and stepmother of the
Neglect and Cruelty Charged.
The charge made against the defend
ants bv the Dlaintifx. as filed in the
"JJelendants have lor a long time been
accustomed and still are accustomed and
make it their continual practice, unrea
sonably, cruelly, wantonly and excessive
ly to threaten, abuse, maltreat, beat,
starve and neglect the said minor chil
dren; and still make it their continual
practice not to provide the said minor
children with sufficient food, clothing oc
shelter, thouch amply able so to do;
and that defendants have long failed
and neglected, and still now continually
fail and neglect to bestow on the said
minor children the care and attention
which are necessarv to their tender
years; and that defendants are wholly
unfit, by reason of their habits and
character to be loDger trusted witli cus
tody and possession of the persons of
the said minor children; and that the
said children are and will be so long as
they are subject to the power of de
fendants, in constant peril for their life,
health and safety by the said aets, prac
tices and habits of defendants."
The plaintiffs asked also that "the
defendants not only be deprived of the
custody and possession of the minor
children, but that some worthy person
or persons be appointed guardian of
the persons of said minor children, and
that the said defendants be adjudged
to pay the said guardian as stated
monthly a sum of money for the main
tenance and education of the said minor
Brothers Ready to Testify.
In the court room were waiting
among other witnesses five young men,
Irving, Clarence, Royce, Ralph and Leon
Sampson, brothers of the plaintifPs, to
testify against their father and mother
inlaw in behalf of their brother and sis
ters, aged 6 and 11 years, respectively.
Mrs. Sampson did not appear in the
court room, but Mr. Sampson was pre&
ent, and without having the case como
o trial gave the court jurisdiction over
the children. ,
In Charge of Las Cruces "Woman.
Mrs. B. T, Link, of Las Cruees, who
has 1yd charge of the children tem
porarily, since they were taken from
their home by the eourt, about two
weeks ago, is to keep them for another
week, until the court decides what shall
be done with them permanently. They
will be kept UHder the jurisdiction of the
This case has attracted much attention
'iere, owing to the family being well
known and in good financial standing.
Mr. Sampson and family came here from
Missouri about 20 years ago, and since
that time has lived on a ranch north
west of Las Cruces. His first wife died
about four years ago. The second Mrs.
Sampson was a Chicago woman and had
one daughter previous to her marriage
to Mr. Sampson.
Engineers to Meet.
It is expected that within a month
there will be a meeting of the board
of consulting engineers of the reclama-
n prrnee to rrnidor the proposition
of building the high line canal, as was
recently formally requested by resolu
tion passed by the .biepnani uuiie ana
Mesilla Valley Water Users' associations.
The members of the Elephant Butte
Water Users' association are arranging
to make their semi-annual visit to Ele
phant Butte one day this week.
Mrs. G. W. Moss, of Wheaton, Hi., has
returned to this place and will spend
another week in the home of her sister
inlaw. Airs. J. N. French.
Preparations are already being made
by the Sunday schools for their Christ
The new pipe organ- in the M. E.
church is now being used for church
R. C. Larkin, of Las Vegas, was here
attending a meeting of the board of re
gents of the college. He is a member of
the first "class graduating from this insti
tutions - - - -
Mrs. J. S. Garcia is recovering from
an operation performed in a hospital in
El Paso a few weeks ago. She is now
at the home of her sister here.
Mrs. A. Gustafson is home from a brief
visit in Colorado Springs.
Mrs.C. W. Gerber has had for her
visitor the past few days her sister,
Miss Ellen Combs, of El Paso.
Mrs. C L. Hill is expected to arrive
at her ranch home near Dona Ana today
from Wneeling, W. Va. She and her
husband spent the summer there.
The Sew and So club met today at
the home of Mrs. Muirtree in East Las
A. H. Hudspeth, of White Oaks, was
the guest of honor at the stag party
riven by Morgan Llewellyn at his home
in East Las Cruces.
Roland Wakefield has moved to Bin
eon. Many here have received invitations
Purity in food, lower cost of living
these are the demands of the day.
Pure food is health, and health is economy itself. We can
not have health without healthful food.
The most healthful foods are the quickly raised flour foods
biscuit, cake, muffins, crusts and other pastry when perfectly
made from wholesome ingredients.
Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these foods in specially
attractive, appetizing and wholesome form, and for both
economic and hygienic reasons, such foods should be more
largely substituted for meat in the daily diet.
But bear in mind that alum, or
unwholesome baking powder, can
never make pure, wholesome food.
Hie - half
the regular price.
jj V ", "Jy Bgr BSfSSfadJrjo'liJttltt'lH'ftytBtefii
to attend a leap year dance in the ar
mory. COLLEGE CLUBS AND
State College, N. M., Dec. 10. The
Atadida society held a reception in Had
ley halL A special program had been
arranged and papers were read by the
members of the society, while Mrs.
Broaddus, of El Paso, gave several vocal
numbers. A luncheon was later served
in the assembly room.
The college quartet, Bousman, Rnolr,
Briggs and WeddelL and Misses Hager,
Bramard Kaune and Mott, accompanied
bv Dr. McArthur, attended the road con
vention in Las Cruces.
The girls' and boys' glee clubs, with
the faculty, met in Hadley hall on Sun
day to practice the Christmas cantata.
The girls' and boys' basketball teams
are practicing for their games on Satur
dav with the El Paso High school.
Coach Bodenoche held a reception in
honor of the football team. Speeches
were made during the supper.
Joe Quesenberry has been elected cap
tain for the football team of '13. He is
a member of the elass of '08. Two years
atro he was picked as all star center of
the southwest, but this year he was
shifted to tackle, which position he has
The following men have been awarded
the football J tter "A" for the season
of 1912: Bousman, Weddell, Lohman,
Lane, Tuttle, Holt, Smith, Hamiltont El
lison, Powers. J. Quesenberry, Bnggs,
Isacks, Gardner, F. Quesenberry,. Thom
Some of the students were guests of
the "Los Solteros.' where a partv was
held in honor of "Bob" Magatagan, the
occasion being his 20th birthday anni
versary. Card playing was indulged in
One Lot Men and Young Men Hand Made Suits and Over
coats, by Our Standard of Pricing $25.00, Sale Price . . .
One Lot Men and Young Men Hand Made Suits and Over
coats, by Our Standard of Pricing $22.50, Sale Price ,' . .
ifford J. H
and later in the evening a lunch was
servea. xnose present were: KODerc
Magatagan, Prof. Stoker, Lane, Hank,
Bone, Clay, Kaune, Babcock, Hinman,
Prof. Simpson is on a trip to Chicago.
O JUAREZ ENTRIES FOR
O WEDXESDAT, DECEMBER 11 &
First itace Purse. 2 year olds, 5 fur
longs: Bula Welsh, 100; Real Star, 103;
Terrible Bill, 103; Lone Shark, 108;
Rosiris, 112; Pan Zareta, 112.
Second Race Selling. 3 year olds and
up, 6 furlongs: Plum Creek, 100; Cala
thumpian, 100; Camarada, 102; Acu
men, 105 Angelus, 105; Oscuro, 195;
Autumn Rose, 105; Tim Judge, 105; Le1
high, 107; Annual Interest, 112; Eliza
beth Harwood, 112; Golden Agnes, 112;
Lily Paxton, 112; Balronia, 112; Jim
Third Race Selling, all ages, 51-2
furlongs: Kitty W, 93; Odelia. 105;
' Florence Kripp, 105; Salvage, 110; Ga-
lene liaie, liu; jlouis des uogneta, 110;
Fourth Race Selling, ah ages, 51-2
furlongs: Inquieta, 88; Zool, 105; Bay
of Pleasure, i05; Lady YoungjlOo; Can
tem, 110; Sir Alvescot, 110; Parlor Boy,
Fifth Race Selling, 3 year olds and
up, 6 furlongs: Ursula Emma, 95; Rio
Brazos, 97; Russell McGill, 104; Raby
Knight, 105; Lady Rankin, 106; Milt
Joies, 10; ilia Uryson, 107.
Sixth Race Selling, 3 year olds and
up, one mile Baklipp, '100; Don En
rique, 106; Shooting Spray, 108; En-
and Overcoat I
a S i E i$L
the Last Minute
graver, 109; Crossover, 111; Feather
Duster, 113; Duncraggan, 114.
'Apprentice allowance claimed.
El Paso's best attempt auditorium.
SEW MEXICO POSTMASTERS
ARE GIYEX COMMISSIONS
Washington, D. C, Dec. 10. Emma
M. Balllle has been commissioned post
master at Cave Creek, Ariz.; Louis U
Kerr at Pratt. N. XL. and William R.
Blanchard at Jenkins, N. M. N. M.
Hughes has been appointed postmaster
at Stanley. K. M. A postofflce has been
ordered established at PIcacho. Ariz.
Stop That itch
"We -will sunrnntee yon to stop that
Itch In t-rro seconds. A 58-cent bottle
will prove If.
No remedy that we have over said for
Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other dis
eases of the skin has given more thor
ough satisfaction than the
D.O. D. Prescription for Eczema
TVe guarantee this remedy.
Kelly & Pollard, Druggists. Adv.
"GETS-IT' ' Will Get
Any Corn, Sure!
Almost Iikt Uncle. Gearasteed
Tob1i Quit Everything Elae for
Any corn just loves to be cat and
.gouged, but it's mighty rough on you.
Plasters and salves usually take away
some of the toe with them, and leave
the corn to flourish.
The new corn cure "GETS-IT" is per
fectly harmless to the healthy flesh,
but it does go for a corn, bunion, cal
lous or wart right off the reel. The
corn shrivels away from the healthy
flesh and drops off.
You can apply "GETS-EC" in two
seconds and it begins its work right
off. Pretty soon you'll forget you
ever had corns or bunions.
"GETS-IT" is sold at all druggists,
at 36 cents a bottle, or sent on receipt
of price by B. Lawrence & Co, Chicago.
Hog grease ruins stom
achs. Lard can't. It's easily
digested and full of nu
trition. Crush costs less, goes
farther, gives better re
sults than either butter or
Cnuto absorbs do odors. Not a
drop is wasted. Try a can and
see what a satisfactory cookmg
medium Cruaio really k.
Oil CJ' pany