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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, June 3, 1913
A mammoth disposal sale of all small lots and short lengths of desired
great "May Sale" at prices that mean an improtant saving on every
Burg esters Stunning Sailors,
The very latest styles, worth $2.95, at ... .
These hats are much wont at the more fashionable summer resorts
evreywhere their clever lines and beautiful colors having brought them
into favor at once these hats we offer you Wednesday at $ 1 .00.
The Sale of Pretty Summer Dresses, worth 0 yfO1
up to S6.50, continued Wednesday at . . P&0
This k one of the important features of this big Remnant week an im
mense gathering one and two 'of a model m Linen, Ratine, Lingerie,
Batiste and Tissues a beautiful choice of colors and white with pretty,
attractive trimmings We offer you the choice of these dresses, Wednes
day, at $Zj&.
Tailored Skirts Worth io $3 JO.
Will be shown In a. great choice
of new model, la Diagonal
Serges and Whipcord, in light or
dark eotorbigs. 2nd floor.
Women s Petticoats, Worth 39c,
TuU size, well made Petticoats,
with deep ruffle. In neat patterns.
New Lmene Skirts, Worth$130,
at '. 95c
Late models, in pretty, well
made skirts with large pearl
buttons. tad Floor.
Women's Morning Dresses,
Worth to $2.50, at $1.00
A splendid selection of pretty
models. In Percales and Ging
hams. 2nd Floor.
Beautiful Linen Torek, Worth
to 85c, at 48c
Large', stse Satin Damask and
Linen Huck Towels. In beautiful
designs 1st Floor.
Children s Play Dresses. Worth
to $125, at 48c
Pretty, clever. dresses, sturdily
made, in Ginghams and pretty
72x90 St Jess Sheets 63c
Regular 76c Basement.
LADD CHOSEN TO
President of Oklahoma
School of Mines Head of
State College, X. JC June 3. The
new president for the New Mexico
College of Agriculture has been se
lected. Dr. George K. Ladd has been
elected by the board of regents to
fill the position of president in place
of Dr. W. K. Garrison,' retired. Dr.
Ladd holds a Ph. D. from Harvard.
has bad ten years experience as di
rector of the Missouri School of Mines,
and for the past five years held the
position of president of the Oklahoma
School of Mines. He is a man of about
50 years of age or less, and with his
experience it is believed 'will hold the
reins of his responsible position with
a steady hand.
The selecting of the new president
was the only action taken at the board
of regents' meeting. The board will
meet again in. a week or ten days,
however, to select a. dean of men, and
Lovely aid Artistic
Don't build a bouse, garage,
cottage or factory till you see
Pi aster gon.
Don't remodel a room, fix up
an attic or den until you've ex
amined the only treated board
for walls and ceilings.
It never wears out, cracks or
breaks. It's better, cheaper,
than lath and plaster, with, no
cost for up-keep.
It's ready to put on. and any
body can put it on. It's sanitary,
moisture and vermin proof; re
sists heat and cold and is fire
and sound retarding.
Sample from Plastergoa Wall
Board Co., Toaawanda, New
For Sale by
Lander Lumber Go.
Phone 282. 1700 Texas St
F SLfTfirlll r i-Pfi
ir.x. -u - i s
i CAMSHBRS !
Pretty SXk Ribbons. Worth up
to 40c yd., at 1 5c
Wide Floral, Plaid. Stripe and
Plain Shades, slightly- mussed.
Hemmed Huck Toels, Worth
10c, at, each 6c
Foil slse, bordered towels, in
a. good, serviceable grade of
Remnants everywhere. In the
Basement Store, 1st Floor, Main
Aisle and Wash Goods Section
Dress Goods,Silks,Wash Coods,
Linens, Laces, Embroideries,
Ribbons -Etc in a limitless
choice in desirable lengths all
at about Half Regular Value.
Novelty Neckwear, Worth up to
25c, at 5c
Just take your pick of the lot
many as you like, they're all
Bargains. 1st Floor.
Boys' Washable Pants, Worth
to 35c, at 19c
Well made, all sizes. Basement.
to act upon other matters of impor
tance concerning the institution.
A light fall of rain occurred here
yesterday, with good prospects for
Paul Given has returned to his home
in Hillsboro. N. 1C. to spend the sum
mer -with his mother and father.
HL C. Newberry has purchased a
fine Jersey cow from Mrs. C. E. Lain.
Rex. EL Willard left yesterday for
College Station. Texas, whe he holds
a position with the office of experi
emnt stations as agricultural demon
strator. L. B. Selby has purchased the horse
and buggy formerly owned by Rex K.
Dr. Allen, of the experiment sta
tions, at Washington. D. C, is making
a tonr of the experiment stations in
the United States inspecting the dis
tribution of the various federal funds,
has been at the college the past few
days. He also investigated the pro
gress being made in the approved re
search work, and conferred with the
various beads of departments.
R. R. Larkin is here from East Las
Vegas and met with his fellow mem
bers of the board of regents.
W TT Slmnmn anA fnmflv -nrfll ai.
cupy the cottage recently vacated by
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lain.
George P. Stocker has leased the
MacArthur house for next year.
C-vsFii'r CI.-v, one of the 1913 gradu
ates, will spend the summer at his,
noire iu i'ularosa, N. M.. with his fath
er and mother.
Chester Garrett and Cleve Humble
will remain here during the summer
and work at the college farm.
WILL MAKE TRIP
TO CLAREMONT PARK
Dr. W. K. Garrison Is Securing Ia
strneters fer Sew Seheol a Ceaat;
State College Xetes.
State College, V. M, June 3. About
the ISth of this month Dr. Garrison
accompanied by his wife and two chil
dren, will leave for their new home in
California in Dr. Garrison's big Carter
car. F. E. Pattison. the chauffeur, and
wife and child, will leave at the same
time in the small Ford for California.
The two families will make the entire
trip in the cars.
Chas. C. Briggs, who graduated from
the general science department of the
college last week, has been selected
as teacher in mathematics in the new
school for boys, which is to be opened
at Claremont. Calif., by Dr. W. K. Gar
rison in September.
Miss Josephine Morton has left for
her home at Owatonna, Minn., where
she will visit her mother for some
weeks before journeying on to New
Tork to take summer library work in
Columbia university. Miss Pearl C.
Miller expects to leave today for Den
ver to visit her father, stopping en
route at Albuquerque for a visit with
her brother. C. D. Miller, formerly state
engineer for New Mexico. Miss Miller
will later. Join Miss Morton, and the
two expect to take the trip to New
York together, where Miss Miller will
take a special summer course in house
Edward Wharton has gone to his
home in Douglas. Ariz.
Richard Van Houten, a student here
from Shoemaker, N. M, is in Bl Paso
where he has undergone an operation
for adenoids. His father accompanied
Registrar J. O. Miller and family
will leave soon for Claremont. Calif.,
where Mr. Miller is to take the posi
tion of registrar in the new school for
Mrs. Maclver and daughter. Miss
Ivander, leave Wednesday for Berke
ley.. Calif., where Miss Maclver wilt
take special work In the university,
returning in the fall to teach in the
public schools of El Paso.
Russell Hank has returned to his
home in Vaughn. N. M.
Miss Fay.e Thomas has returned to
Kansas City, where she holds a posi
tion as stenographer. Her mother
merchandise, accumulations from the
purchase you make.
Women's Short Kimonos, Worth
75c. at 48c
Prettily made, of fine grade
Batiste and Crepe, or Embroider
ed Swisses all colors. Base
ment. Long Gingham Aprons, Worth to
50c, at 18c
Excellently made, overall
style, with shoulder straps, in
neat patterns.' Basement.
Women's Muslin Dravers,
Worth to 35c, at 19c
Made of excellent materials
prettily trimmed with lace or
Women's Gauze Vests, Worth
up to 10c, 4 for 25c
Summer Ribbed Vests, taped at
neck and shoulders in all sizes.
Table Oilcloth, Worth Regular
ly 20c, at 15c
Can be had in white or any de
sired color Limited 5 yd. pur
Handsome White Laces, Worth
to 1 5c, at, yd. 5c
A beautiful selection of heavy
and medium styles in pretty de
45x36 Pillo Cases 70c
Regular 12 l-3c Basement.
will remain here for a few days visit
ing her son, .Leonard, who graduated
last week, before returning to her
borne ii California.
Geo. P. Stocker, accompanied by
Robert Magatagan, has gone to his
home in Wisconsin, taking the . boat
trip by vay of New Orleans to New
R.W. Wilcox has left for his home
in Galesburg, 11 L
Prof, and Mrs. M. L. Hobllt will
leave shortly for Long Beach, Calif.,
to spend the summer months.
- Mrs. and Mrs. G. E. Lain and Miss
Alice Shepherd have left for Douglas,
Ariz., where they will visit for a few
days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Shepard. Mr.' and Mrs. Lain will then
go on to southern California, their
future home, leaving Miss Shepard with
her parents in Douglas.
Mrs; M. F. Winningbam is spending
the summer with her daughter, Mrs.
J. A. Anderson, on College row. They
will leave this month for their old
home in Missouri for & few weeks'
visit with friends.
The ball was the crowning feature of
commencement week. It was given in
the gymnasium ball room and was at
tended by a crowd exceeding in num
ber that of the junior promenade last
January. The same decorations were'
used as those for the old student al
umni night, and refreshments of ice
cream and cakes were served down
At the Bijou today. Miss Edith Storey.
Herbert Barry, Ned Flnley and Tefft
Johnson are to be seen in their best in
the special two part Vitagraph release.
"The StrenRth of Men." This is an
Alaskan story, pulsating with powerful
situations of struggle and contest and
is one of the kind that will stir the
food red blood of all who see it. The
lion's hours are 11 a. m. to 11:15 p.
"TUB DEAD SECRET."
' Be sure and see "The Dead Secret"
it will be shown at the Grecian to
morrow and Thursday. It's the great
est three-reel picture ever shown
it's the most remarkable photographic
as well as dramatic sensation of mo
tion pictures it's second to none in
point of interest and intense dramatic
fervor. It grips at the heartstrings
and will hold you with entranced at
tention. It's a picture you'll never
forget tomorrow and Thursday only,
There will be shown a fine Broncho
military two-reel feature today, also
two good Keystone comedies. Come to
the Grecian and enjoy a god concert, see
good pictures and keep coot The Gre
cian hftfi nrfjt natur-nl vanHlatlM 1
openings three exposures, south, east
ana west; comfortable always. Adv.
MAX LAUGHS 'HIMSELF SICK.
Last evening the headline act at the
Crawford caused one man to laugh him
self sick, and the rest of the audience
stood on their seats and yelled at the
funny antics of the trained roosters.
This act will be repeated tonight and
tomorrow, as will that of the great La
Fleur, the world famous gymnast and
Roman ring artist.
Tonight will see the greatest three
rent h:x-.or!cai features which has ever
been seen in El raso. "The Battle of
San Juan Hill." taken on the original
spot and accurately posed.
This is absolutely the first run In El
Paso. The Crawford gives the biggest
and only show in town for the same
price of admission Adults lie. Chil
dren 5c Advertisement.
Frederlc J. Tinman's "American
As long as they last, copies of Fred
eric J. Haskin's great book. "The Amer
ican Government," may be had at The
Herald office. Present clipping of this
paragraph and 60 cents. By mall. If
Have The Herald Fellow TTou em Vaca
No trouble to change your address on
The Herald to your summer outing ad
dress. By mail, 60 cents per month, in
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BONDS SOLD FOR
1011 111 BIDS
Second Election Will Be
Held "Wednesday to Vali
date the Issue.
The Rl Paso Herald's automobile
leaves The Herald office at 3:2
oclock every afternoon, except bun
days, for all points on county roan
and forXas Cruces. The car returns
to. El Paso from The Herald s Las
Cruces office (te Postofflce News
stand) at 10 a. m. Arrangements
can be made with E. T. Johns, t
Las Cruces, for delivery of The Her-
aid and for auto service. Items for
the Las Cruces department will be
given careful attention if mailed to
Mrs. Herbert Yeo, P! : box 40S, or
telephone to her at phone 273.
Las Cruces, N. M., June 3. Dona Ana
county taxpapers will Srote on Wednes
day on the good roads question, the
election being the second held on road
bond issuance in the county. The polls
will open at 9 oclock in the morning
and remain open unHl 6 p. m. The elec
tion is for the purpose of validating
the $100,000 issue of county bonds for
good roads which already have beei
The necessity for this second election
is due to the fact that in the last elec
tion any registered voter who desired
went to the polls and voted on the
question. Under the instructions which
have been sent out to every judge of
election in the county.only those may
vote who have paid a property tax for
the year 1912, and are registered voters.
The road bonds have been sold, con
ditioned upon favorable action at the
polls. The money will be available
right after the election, and it is ex
pected work will start building better
roads in Dona Ana county next month.
This issue met with an overwhelm
ing majority at the last election, and
it is believed, will this time unless the
farmers neglect to go to the polls on
account of being so busy in the alfalfa
The following Is the list of members
of ;the party which will tour Europe
this summer unoer tne leaaersnip oi
John R. McArthur. of State College.
The ones from this vicinity are Miss
Fannie Ford, Mesilla Park: Misses
Floy and Fannie French and Elizabeth
and Lute Foster, of Las Cruces. The
other members of the party are Misses
Emma Blanchard. Maud E. Conklin,
Anna L. Flint. Alice Henderson, Mattie
Henderson, Emilie Lawrence, Josephine
Rose, Virgie Rose, Frances Rowell. Jo
sephine Rowell. Madge Terry, Jose
phine Foscue. Mesdames G. B. Foscue
and R. Powell; Messrs. G. B. Foscue.
R. Powell and Walter Reese, jr. The
party sets sail from Philadelphia, June
11, and will visit Germany, Italy, Hol
land. France and England, returning
the latter part of August. The mem
bers of the party from this vicinity to
gether with Mr. McArthur, the conduc
tor, left on Sunday for Philadelphia,
some went by way of Chicago and oth
ers by way of New Orleans. They ex
pect to spend several days in Wash
ington before setting sail.
Mrs. William Jacob)- entertained In
honor of Miss Lillian Parker, of Santa
Fe, and Miss Ruth Day, of this place at
her home on Las Cruces avenue yester
day afternoon. The following guests
were present: Misses Parker. Davis,
Marquard, Matthes. of Mesilla Park;
Winfield. Crater, Rose Johnson. Ada
Hoagland. Romain, Alton, Marion
Lemon, Ruth Day, Josephine Armijo,
Nemacia Ascarate. Henrietta Petln.
and Armeda May. Guessing games
woe iu; iviiii ui nnmiucuu xicnai,u ,
were given Misses Day and Matthes, $
tne former a book and tne latter a I
drawnwork handkerchief. Miss Parker
also received a drawnwork handker
chief. Mrs. Vincent May aided Mrs.
Jacoby in serving.
Miss Armeda May, after a week's
visit with relatives and friends here
and at Mesilla Park, left last evening
for her home in El Paso.
Dr. James N. Minetree is confined to
his home on Hlnton avenue in Cox's
third addition on account of illness.
The rooms in the Masonic temple
lately occupied by the reclamation
service have been rented by Frank Her
ron for offices '
The Alamo Inn here has closed. The
proprietor. Mrs. L. A. Zahn, who has
had charge, will leave for Van Patton's
camp in the Organ mountains, where
she will have charge of the resort for
David AmeK and family have returtved
from California and will make their
future home here.
The Campbell house has closed the
dining room for the summer. Mrs.
Campbell and her mother, Mrs. Bolce,
will spend the summer with relatives
in Missouri and other states.
Mrs. B. E. Lane is thought to be
slightly improved, although not out of
Mr. and Mrs. Morga.n Llewellyn were
entertained at dinner last evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Thomp
son on Las Cruces avenue.
Dr. and Mrs. Koelle are the happy
parents of a young daughter.
Miss Gertrude Flanagan, of Dubuque,
Iowa, is spending a couple of weeks
Mrs. Numa Frenger pleasantly enter
tained a number of young- people at her
home on Las Cruces avenue last eve
ning for Misses Lillian Parker and
Miss Ruth Day. The following guests
were present: Misses Parker, Day, Ma
rion Lemon. Blanche- Cox; Messrs.
Theodore Lester. Roy Baker, Harold
Edwards, Dr. Barnhill, Edwin Holt and
Richard Quesenberry. " Muslo was a
form of amusement.
Mrs. H. B. Holt will entertain a num
ber of young people at her home on the
Alameda Wednesday evening.
Winkelman. Arlz June 3. The clos
ing .exercises of the Winkelman school
were attended by a large audience at
the Mesa theater building. The seat
ing accommodations were taxed to
their full capacity. The exercises
marked the graduation front the com
mon school of the first pupils since
the advent of the town of Winkelman.
Those graduating were: Misses Manila
Tanner, Iona Story and Francisco Pa
dllla. The following program was ren
dered; Music Local orchestra.
SalutaXory Miss Manila Tanner.
Song, "Teacher 'Scuse Me" Dudley
Address, "Progressive Education"
Judge a H. Snider.
Song. "Little George Washington"
Seventh grade pupils.
Valedictory lone Story.
Presentation of diplomas by Alex
Music Local orchestra.
The following teachers have been
selected for the ensuing term: Mrs.
Clara Baker, principal; Mrs. Myrtle
Slaughter and Miss Annie Cotter. Miss
Annie Brandenburg, who has taught
in this school for several terms, has
been offered other positions, and Miss
Carter was selected to fin the vacancy
made by Miss Brandenburg.
Sol Swartz, former assistant to agent
C. E. Butler of the A. E. Railway Co
at this place, is on 30 days' leave of
absence. Chas. Henry is filling his
Coal Is the Cheapest This Month.
Best Gallup lump (American block
coal) in three ton lots, $6.50 per ton.
Best Swastika lump from Sugarlte
mine. $C50 per ton. Discount on three
ton deliveries. Has no equal for econ
omy; will not lose weight or slack.
SeathfTcstern Fuel Company.
PASO DEI, -NORTE nOTKI.
I.TTVCIIEON FOR Bt'SIJfESS MBS,
In grill. 11.30 a. m. to 2 p. m., 50c
BEES HIE DIG
Mysterious Poison Appears
Farmers Holding Hay
Anthony, N. M.. June 3. It was
learned here today from one of the
largest bee men of the valley, Roy Poe,
that in some instances 90 percent of the
honey bees in some of the yards have'
died from poison. Nearly all the yards
from Canutillo to Mesilla are affected
and unless the cause can be discov
ered, it is expected, at the rate they
are dying, that the bees of the whole
valley w.ill become extinct. Specimens
have been 'sent to Washington for
analysis and advice.
The South New Mexico Farmers' as
sociation Has practically closed its
books to orders for hay at present
prices, $10.15 f. o. h. La Tuna. One
hundred and twenty-five carloads of
first cutting were shipped this year,
against 200 carloads last year. The
balance has been stored by the farmers
The grasshopper menace has begun
in some of the fields here. In some
places their numbers are like clouds
as they fly before the machines.
Mr. and Mrs. True Coe have gone to
Magdalena ranch to build a cottage and
George Blivens has returned from
Magdalena and will have charge of the
Coe horse" ranch, ist of Anthony gap.
Mr. Bowers, of Ruby 4k Bowers, Port
land, Ore., was here last week and sold
to Bliven A Coe "Sunnyslde Bill." a Per
cheron stallion, pedigreed from the
Percheron Society of America, of Chi.
One of the little twin girls of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Priest died yesterday, after
& prolonged spell of sickness, and will
be buried in the Catholic .cemetery
Water is so low in the river that
damming the head of the ditch has be
gun so the rise reported in last eve
ning's Herald is welcome news.
C. E. Miller has returned from Las
Cruces, where the water users' asso
ciation discussed a proposition of rais
ing ?000 for advertising purposes in
view of getting settlers On the land to
be aeclalmed by tne uo uranae pro
ject. Mrs. Foote. nee Pearl Coe, Is visiting
her mother here. Mr. and Mrs. Foote
expect to go to the Coe ranch to spend
The vote for the 104.000 Dona Ana
county road bond issue comes off
Wednesday and. under the restriction
that a property holder with taxes paid
only has the right to cast a ballot, some
of the largest precincts will cast not
more than, a dozen votes.
Mrs. Fletcher Belk has taken Fletch
er junior to Cloudcroft on the advice of
a physician, before he gets seriously
Dr. A. E. Lauson has gone to Cloud
croft for a rest.
Miss Blanche Bailey has returned to
the valley, after taking a two-years'
course and graduation from the normal
school of domestic science and manual
arts of Sahta 'Barbara, Calif Miss
Bailey will return to California to teaxh.
after visiting friends and relatives at
Canutillo and El Paso.
Miss Alice Jackman. under the cot
ton woods at the Turner ranch, enter
tained a picnic party including Miss
Clair Reese Coleman, Miss Mabel Ma
son. Mist Ellen McCormlck and Royal
The good work of repairing the road
between Anthony anl El Paso is be
ing advanced by the addition of a gang
of men and, teams, with scrapers,
building up the Oils, which were worn
on each side of the macadam in some
pla so narrow and low that two
heavily loaded teams could hardly pass
uc; ivoucu icuia lvmiu iuuuijf pjus
and were also dangerous turnouts for
BOY IS KICKED TO
DEATH BY HIS HORSE
Young Sea of Brai Weotea Meets Fatal
Accident Near Wllleex, When
Horse Becomes Frightened.
Wlllcox, Arii June 3. William Pen
cil Wooten, nine year qld son of Mr.
and Mrs. Braz Wooten, of Klondyke,
was killed when his horse became
frightened, and threw him. His foot
caught in the stirrup, and a rope on
the saddle. smf the horse kicked him
to death. The men were bringing in
some cattle to be shipped, and were
turning them ont of a corral at tne
"Circle I" ranch, six miles from Will-
cox. The little boy was riding ahead
of. the cattle when the accident oc
curred, and before anyone could reach
him, he was dead. His skull and nip
were fractured and his whole body
was a mass of bruises. The body
was brouKht in to the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Moore, at Wlllcox. and
the funeral held from there Saturday.
A pretty home wedding was that of
Miss Julia S. Keddon and xnomas a.
Huffman, which took place at the
home of Miss Carrie Wight. Rev. Mr.
Sayler of the First Christian church
performing th ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. Huffman will be at home to their
friends at the Bennett ranch.
Miss Rebecca West and Gifford Al
laire stole a march on their friends and
were quietly married by Rev. Mr. Win
snr at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Allaire left
by automobile immediately after the
ceremony lor tne Allaire rancn eari
of town, where they will spend their
Mrs. C M. Roberts entertained at
her ranch home, eisrht miles from Will-
cox, with a Japanese tea, in honor of
tne rearing president or tne woman s
club. Mrs. C. O. Anderson. About 50
guests were present, and many of them
were In Japanese costume. Mrs. An
derson was presenter with a gold
brooch, set with pearls and sapphires.
bv the members of the club, Mrs. J. w
Moore making the presentation speech.
Th members also nresented Mrs. Rob
erts with a cut glass nappy, in honor
of her birthday anniversary.
Miss Irma Keller. wHo has been
teaching In the grammar school here
lur le posi iwv ;rHto, jtrii. un jluuio-
day for her home, in Del Rio, Tex.
Mrs. Nettle Noble and her daughter.
Mary, have arrived from El Paso and
will spend the summer at Dos Cabezos
with Mrs. Noble's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Scow.
Judge E. R. Monk, who has been very
ill. and was brought in from tne Atonic
ranch, has recovered sufficiently to be
McCourt A Riggs have sold touring
cars 'to W. M. Jenkins, of Cochise, and
T. J. Riggs, of Dos Cabezos.
El Paso railroad men, commission
merchants and men from other walks
of life, all friends of W. A. Scrivner.
gave him a farewell dinner at the
Sheldon hotel Monday night They
sent blm on his way to Port Aransas
rejoicing with a silver coffee set as
a remembrance of the warmth of El
Paso's feeling for him. ,
Scrivner has been in El Paso two
years as division freight agent of the
Texas and Pacific railroad. He Is going
to Aransas as traffic manager of the
Aransas Pass Railroad and Steamship
company, and is going to have a pri
vate yacnt witn a captain on it.
KveryDody at tne banquet made a
speech. All patted Scrivner on the
back and wished him well In his new
field. He promised not to forget El
Paso and his friends in this citv. G.
S. Thomson presented the coffee set on
behalf of thce who had arranged the
Those present were: W. A. Scriv
ner, Frank L. Torres. J. W. Turner.
H. S. Burwell, Otto C Ern. G. S. Thom
son. T. K. Partridge, C. P. Hostetter.
S N Russell. T R Rogers. Van C.
Wilson, R. R. Seeds. H D. McGregor
For real cool wear get sandals
xrn i.ava fkoTw in Mmr's-JLiadie- .
'Misses', Children's and Infants' sizes, some in tan
only, some both in tan and pearl elk skin They are
all soft, cool and pliable and an ideal summer foot
covering. ' '
r Tutz. S GREATEST 5HOE
We Close at 6 p. m. During the Summer Months.
W. Harrell. W. B, Brown. A. W.
Reeves, J. H. Meece, J. A. Chilton. C.
D. Johnson. J. B. Sauers, D. C. Booth,
E. B. Smith. Charles H. Webster, H.
L. Haynes, R. B. Orndorff. C. H. Fln
ley. W. L. Hamilton, H. A. Carpenter,
Charles R. Rosael) Claiborne Adams,
A. B. McCoy. B. G. Warfield. of New
York, C. A. Kinne, C L. Sirmans, W.
K. Crow. L. A. Sherman, G. H. Booth.
Jack- Schindler, F. M. Wemple. G. A.
Deuel. J. F. Redding and C A. Brann.
The committee In charge of the ar
rangements was' composed of Frank
Torres, G. S. Thomson and H. S. Bur
well. Hotel ABgdk
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Rooms. S3 per week adn up. Hot and
cold water, telephones in every room
Elevator service day and night.
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AT GOOD ROADS MEET
Carrizozo, X. M., June 3i Bryan high
balls grape juice with plenty of. charged
water were served at the good roads
I meeting which was held here Monday
ettuuug hi oiscuss we goou roaos move
ment for Lincoln county. The meeting
was held in the basement of the Ex
ehanr bank building, and was attended
bv a large crowd.
The county road board is now in se
sion and will consider plans for improv
ing the countv highways. The smoker
was made a temperance one so that no
one would keep away, and only grape
juice and soft drinks were served.
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