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THE O'SHEA RUNGH IS SOLD TO HALL
Tract of 140 Acres on West
Side Brings $21,000; All
inton, Te. , Mnrth v J. U O'She.1
das iold in alfalfa ranch on the weat
:de to Xuinood Hall, who has taken
uose'sion The place consists o 140
.Lcres, all undei uluvitiou. las a house.
nutbuildligK and all mortem machinery
.,nri ia two milii from the station. The
( onMderstiun v.m IJl.OOft
Mr. fTShea and famil have moved
10 LI Paso Mr. O'Shea. still retains 40
.hi e of lIle land
A llKht ratn fell lieie last night, fol
lowed by .i decided diop in the temper
it 'ire this morning;.
The Big "Sol Berg"
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We Fill Mail Orders Right and Right A way
Let Us Hear From You,
What uu see ii
oar windows i-
correct In stli
for this season
As II Should
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LEVY GROCERY COMPANY
LOOK WHAT 5c WILL BUY!
1 cut TwBateet. 5c
1 caa Tomato Pulp 5c
lean Baked Beans 5c
URGES COLLEGE CADETS TO
ATTEND SUMMER ENCAMPMENT
State College. N. M. March 31. Col
E .1. Wilson, superintendent of the New
Mexico Military institute at Roswell, N.
M, addressed the cadet of the bat'
talion of the New Mexico State collepo
at an .issemblv on Thnrsdav morning.
Col. Wilson spoke on th coming mili
tary encampment for students and
urged as majiy an possibly could to ar
range to attend the affair next unini
The speaker was exceeding interest
ing and the colleire cadets were will I
pleased with the talk
Moving pictures, showing the diffei
ent states in the manufacture of West
inghouse electric goods, were shown in
Hadley ball Wednesday eemng. under
the ausniees of the Enttneerinr club
A large number of student and fac -
ulty were in attendance, hating post-
poned their program.
TO FURTHER advertise our un
surpassed stock of men's and
and young men's suits, ive offer an
unusual Talue in suits
For Young Men or For Men Who
Want to Look .Young and at Their
These Suits come in all the new
materials and models for this sea
son. All are full silk lined and bear
the Sol I. Berg label "enough
said"; well worth $25.00, we are
Selling Them For $18
Take a look at them, you will better
appreciate this great bargain, and
if you are in the market for a suit,
you sure will find here what you
want and at a price lower than you
really intended to pay.
a You will also find here in Suits a wide ranee
of Btyles and equal range of prices, from $12.50
to $45.00, the utmost in value. Take a look
at the classiest shirts, ties, hats, in fact, every
thing for men.
Take a look at our
first to snow tho
From your Kodak negatives arc made on
xVELOX, ihe highest grade paper made
for Amateur Printing. Costs - twice a
much, but it's results we are after.
70c a roll for developing any size film,' t
and order delivered tame da) if lefl be
fore 10 a. m. ,
1 can Chile Sauce 5C
I pkg. Ivory Starch c
1 pkjf. Corn Starch 5c
Court Which Opens Monday
May Continue For
.Mjinob'oi-do. N M. Match -1
ch.uKee of minder, homicide, horse
stialing, h.ink wrecking, embezzlement,
filing liquor unlawfull and statutory
offenses art. among thoso which will be
tiled at the spring term of tourt that
will be convened here net Monday.
There will be man- import, nit t s to
be nresentod for tin eonsideiatlun of
j the grand jur.i IK new ind ttmt nt",
I together with the . ii.es now on dockt
' tttii rupnth .nnnirn i nrir in Keen wit
will furnish enounh work to keep the
court ensngert two, and possibly three
The sheriff's department hs made
the returns on the Jury venires. The
Brand Jury will be selected fiom the
following: venire Cesilio Lopez, C. F.
Vaneleie. Harvey Holloman, W. N
Fleck, U. Si Wood. John Oray, V. W.
s-.iwn, Leonardo Gallegos, J. . Moore,
U. It. Potter. Eli Knight, 1. S. Morri
son. Lester Donaghe. Frank Allen, J.
A. Cuie, V H. I'arratt. T. V. Jones.
Charles E. Beaeley, Alberto Sandoal
Benjamin Apel, John Klopfer. The
talesmen are D.M. Oentr, Charles
rtedies, l'Wn Nichols. Boe Masten. A J
Kwope, Kalph Fleck. V. N. Fleck, of
Urogrande, and J. E. Moore, of Alamo
iroriin were members of the arand jury
i which was so highly commended by the
court for Its excellent wor in Novem
ber, 1913. Mr. Fleck was foreman of
the jur. ,
The eniie for the petit jury is as
follows: Fred Crosby, Ellas Calls, Car
men Baco. James J. Dale, G. V. Clay
ton. AugusUn Duran, John Snyder. B. E.
SUllburp, T. G. Torres, O. N. Moore, J,
L. Pnrd., J. It. Bonlne, James W. Ben
nett, Owen Prather, J. F. Wasson, D A.
Harris, Charles S Croan, Greaorio
Torres, Jesus Chavez, John Ka.Tr.fi B,
Daugherty, W. B. Bates, Franlt Falconei
Harvev Holden. The talesmen are!
Dick Dillard. Lee Wilkereon, O. P.
Kordzick. George X, Daugherty, Uipo
llto Flores, w. F. Thompson, Andrew
Prude, Fred Guiterrex, Guadalupe Or
tega, Julio Salcido. M. H. McCormlck.
Hair Dairy Fnuer Avfbilr.
From now until Tuesday afternoon,
April 4, Alairiogordo will beast of a
small daily newspaper. It will be called
the "Bond Bulletin," and its space de
voted principally to matters concerning
the proposed bond Issue of 100.000,
which will be voted upon on April 4
The paper will be Issued from the! camp
of the Otero County News, which will
have the cooperation and assistance of
the board of town trustees. The trustees
feel that the issue is so important that
every effort must be made to present
the case, on its merits, for the voters to
F. J. Williams, general manager of
the national Lumber and Creosotlng
company, has sent a Western Union tel
egram from Kansas City, to put the
brand of falsehood on a story which
had been put in circulation to affect
the lote. The telegram is addressed to
J. II. Mcllea, mayor, and reads as fol
lows: "You are at liberty to state to
the public that the National Lumber
and Creosoting company and its sub
sidiary organizations hare acquired the
right to log Alamogordo Lumber com
pany's timber land in the Sacramento
mountains and operate the mill at Al
amogordo, and will begin extensive op
erations at the earliest day possible,
and I am now obtaining equipment
7-Fatsenger Cars, 13.00 per hour.
118 W. Overland.
Indigestion. One package
220 MESA AVE.
Extra Fancy Prime Ribs
Choice Prime Ribs of Beef,
Fancy Boneless Rolled Roast Beef,
Fancy German Pot Roasts,
Fancy Roasting or Boiling Beef,
Fancy Boneless Veal Roasts, Rolled,
Fancy Spring Lamb Legs, 25c Lb.
Chops, Pound ;
Fancy Lamb Shoulder for
Pig Pork Fresh Hams, half or whole,
Pig Pork Shoulders or Fresh Sides,
nome uurea Hams ana
r whole, Pound
Fancy Broilers, Hens, Turkeys and Ducks,
Fresh Fish and Oysters.
Ladies, Please Call Friday and Saturday at our
Store, Miss Williams with the San Diego Exposi
tion Jell-0 Demonstration is here.
' PIMATE HOLDS IflETIONDEtAYED
; SHIP FOR CASH 0IP0BPLS1T
Captain of Matoppo Tells
How German Captured
Ship With 56 Men.
(Continued Vrom rase One)
un- and Ordered him 'to produce his
n.ipers ana to tasten me. Then he asked
ioi the wireless and. locking me in my
labln. he went to the wireless station
.ind coxered the two operators before
thex could send out any message. Be
fore lie i eturned to my cabin, with the
wreless operators, he smashed the
w ii eless apparatus. He locked the wire
I less operators up with roe and let the
. 3econu rngneer go out to tell the oth
ei officers and members of the crew
wlmt had happened and that he was
! in th.irae
Hnntncked Mtlp, Seized Gun.
"Sihlller then started on a round of
tbA shin alwuAH kMnln, ava,Iii?u at
jS di'tpnee and covered with Ills guns.
ne l.msacKeu every cabin He found
two ieolvers and one automatic which
hi confiscated, together with all the
ammunition he could find. All money
he found he also stuffed In his pockets
.is well as all papers relating to tho
ship and its cargo
livchauxed Cups of Coffee.
"In the moraine he joined me again
in tbe cabin and ordered breakfast sent
in. When tSe coffee was served he
pushed his cup over to me and took
ni.nc. 'Safety first, captain, you take
my cup,' he said. That didn't look so
very foolish, did It?'
"After breakfast he ordered me on
I the bridge with him and gave orders
I where he wanted lis to no. He wanted
I us to keep down the coast and close
I enough for him to pick a landing Place.
I When he had made up his mind where
I to land, he ordered the crew brought
i up to launch a lifeboat for him and
! nicked three to man the boat. Then
i he picked out his hostages and set off
J for the beach. That was when I cot
I huc n 1th my signals to let the pilot
boat and the snore stations know what
was going on."
The Motoppo is a steel screw steam
ship of 5280 tons gross register. 400
feet long and owned by tbe ISIlerman
and Bucknell Steamship company, lim
ited therefor" The story in question was
that the story of the resuming of the
lumber industry at Alamogordo and In
the Sacramento mountains was a "rake,"
designed and circulated for the sole pur
pose of carrying the bond Issue.
To Rebuild Tnlarona Depot.
The Kl Paso & Southwestern Is mak
ing arrangements to rebuild at once
the depot at Tularosa, which was to
tally destroyed by fire Wednesday
night F. 21. Clough, superintendent of
Dunamgs and bridges, was there yes
terday looking over the situation. Ma
terial is being assembled now for the
erection of a temporary structure.
STATE EDUCATORS TO TOUR
STATE IN AN AUTOMOBILE
Santa Fe, X M, March II. The fol
lowing is the itinerary of. superinten
of public Instruction Alvan N. White
and supervisor of Industrial education
L. C Mersfelder ip their automobile
trip that will take them Into 15 coun
ties from April S to April 2i: Berna
lillo, April 3. Alburquerkue, April 4
to 6. Belen April 7 to 3, Socorro April
10, Magdalena April 11. San MaxcUI.
April U Kntrle April 12. HUIsboro
April 14, Denting April 15. Silver City
April IS and 1m Santa IUU April IS,
Ijordshurg April 19, Iteming April 20,
Las Cruces April 21. El Paso April Tl,
Las Cruces April 23 and SI. Alamogordo
April 25, Tularosa April "t. Carrlioxo
April 27, Capitan April SS, Roswell
April 23 and SO, Chaves county May 1,
! and J, Eddy county. May 4, 5 and 6,
Arteala May 7, Roosevelt, Curry, Quay.
Guadalupe, and San Miguel counties
Msy 7 to 22.
Practically every rural district In
the counties named will be visited.
Ilnndr Andy sharpens and repairs
lawn mowers. Gen. repairing. Ph. 3310,
For breakrsst tomorrow try Sulzber
ger Majestac Bacon. "Deliriously
Roasting, ' ol K
.Bacon, half 90
c t . . a!iC d
Water Users Council Mem-
bers Wish More Time to
Consider the Matter.
! Las Cruee. X M. March 31 .Thii ty
! members of the council of the Elephant
Butte Water I'sers' association attend
ed a meeting held here esterday. ses
sions being held both morn ins and af
The council deferred anion upon the
approval of the power contract with the
U S. reclamation service concerning the
instalation of the power plant In the
Leasburg canal until the annual meet
ing Few or the members had heard
of the contract until arriving at the
meeting and claimed that there was not
sufficient time for consideration and
In regard to the drainage proposition,
as submitted to the council by the
board of directors, a number of resolu
tions were Introduced but tho sense of
the meeting was that the drainage
proposition met with the approval of
the council but that it was uninformed
as to the plans and cost
33. F. Sells of the El Paso office of
the Westlnghou8e company was pres
ent and gave Information concerning
the power plant as proposed and about
other plants. .
The following were in attendance at
the meeting: John C. McNary, of Be
rino: Joseph W. Taylor, of Las Cruces;
Claude Thompson, of Anthony; Lee
Harlan, of Telles, Capt. Nicolas Van
Gass. of Chamberlno; Mike Bammert, of
Dona Ana. Theodore Rouault, Jeff D.
Isaacs and Wm. Palmer, Jr., of Las
Cruces; B. C. Stopp, of Brazito; Oscar
B. Wood and Fay Sperry, of Cham
berlno: it. T. Williams, of Garfield;
Charles Brown, of San Miguel; Lafay
tte Piano, of Hatch H. B. Holt, Xuma
Frenger and W. B Mandevllle. of Las.
Cruces. J. iv orvici, oi caiciu, aiuch
J Fountain, of Mesilla; James T. Mitch
ell and Frank T. French, of Las Cruces;
Fred Hill, of Mesilla Park, and Crow
der, of Chamberlno.
To Hold Debate Tonight,
The debate between the Arena and
Philo literary societies of the Las
Cruces high school will be given to
night in the high school auditorium, be
tween the boys and the girls. "Resolved.
that the United States should give the
Philippines their independence within
four years," is the subject to be de
John C. Plemmons, of Arrey, Sierra
county, was in Las Cruces yesterday
attending a meeting of the council of
Klephant Butte Water Users' associ
ation. MuMnc Four Jlile Itosd Test.
Assistant state engineer Junius W.
Johnston, who arrived here a few days
ago. Is having placed a second applica
tion of "tarvla" on a four mile stretch
of road near Mesilla Park. Some of the
roads about Mesilla Park were treated
with, an application of crude, oil at the
same time. At this time 10,400 gallons
of tarvia will be used and will prob
ably cover two miles in addition to tho
four miles previously treated.
The plsy by the members of the se
nior class of the Las Cruces hlch
school will be given on April 28.
31m. Vernon Whiting- Dies.
Mrs. Vernon Whiting died here Wed
nesday after an Illness of many months.
She and her daughter and sister came
here about eight months ago from
Powhuskie, OMa., hoping that a change
We are selling Groceries, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Meats 10 percent to 20 percent less than the other El
Our Merchandise is Fresher and Better than the others because we buy our goods direct from the Growers,
Packers and Manufacturers, and owing to the large business being done by our Five Stores we have Fresh Goods
coming in all the time. v
OUR PRICES ARE LOWER
Than the other Merchants because we buy our goods 10 percent to 20 percent Ie, owing to the enormous quan
tity that we buy for our Five Stores.
Saturday Meat Specials
Fancy Home Dressed Blue Ribbon Hens, per lb. 19c
Select Fresh Pork Shoulder. Vz or whole, lb. 16c
Select Shoulder of Veal, per lb 15c
Select Pork Chops, per lb 222c
Select Shoulder Steak, per lb 15c
Fancy Fresh Oysters, per pint; 20c
In Our Meat Departments
Select Sirloin Steak, per lb 25c
.Select Round Steak, per lb 20c
N?lcct Tea Bone Steak, per lb 30c
Select Bib Boast, Standing, per lb. 18c
Select Bib Roaet, Rolled, per lb.22J4c
Select Beef Shoulder Roast, per
Select Vtal Chop, per lb 25c
Select Round Steak, per lb...12J4c
Select Boiled Ham, per lb 40c
Select Chipped Beef, per lb 40c
Select Freeh Liver, 2 lbfc for 25c
Frrh Brains, per et 15c
Lxtra (Jood -Salt Pork, per lb... .17c
l"nsh Trout. Cut Fli and Halibut.
I". S. Inspcoted Meat in all our '
Orders amounting to $2.00 or over
10 Pound tan Snowdrift for... $1.35
Fancy Boneless Codfish
1 lb. Box Codfish for .....18c
2 lb. Box Codfish lor J2e
STORE NO. 2 1 STORE NO. 3 STORE NO. 4 I STORE NO. 5
Corner Boulevard and- Urner Stantn and
Lorner Boulevard and- Qvtrand Street, 407 North Oregon St. 2907 Alameda Ave.
Kansas Streets. New Zeman BJd
Phones 4340 or 4341 Phone 863 Phone 6. Phone 1863.
of climate would proie beneficial to J
her declining health. Her husband ar-
i ived here only a few days previous to I
her death and accompanied tne re
mains and familv back to the home
town, leaving Las Cruces yesterday
The Baptist Missionary society was
entertained at the home of Mrs B T
Link on Las Cruces avenue yesterdaj
Mr. a.id Mrs. Kdmund R. Thornton, of
El Paso, visited their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Grej . In Las Cruces
Drouth Im Broken.
Rain fell here last night. Very little
rain has fallen here since last summer.
Mr. Nelson and daughter recent ar
rivals from Iowa. hae taken the Yoast
cottage for he summer
Robert Mlnton and ife. reccmt ar
rivals from Kansas, have purchased
through the sales department of the
Elephant Butte Water Users' associ
ation, a tract of land in the Pieacho
district and will farm and improve it
The Pleacho district is being much Im
proved this year
Mr. and Mrs. A J Archer, of Brazito,
were in Las Cruces yesterday.
The manual training department of
the Las Cruces high school Is making
typewrite tables for the commercial
Mark B. Thompson, who has been in
Washington. D C. for several months
as representative of the Elephant Butte
Water Users' association In matters
before the department of the interior
and congress, will return shortly. Dr.
Nathan Bowl is also In Washington on
George E. Marteeny, of Las Cruces,
who is in an El Paso hospital, is re
ported to be improving.
n I Nw3 iff III nP8
The w 8 "M w
And a Magnificent Cast, Appearing In
"A Corner in Cotton"
A romantic and thrilling story of Wall street,
society and the plantations of the sunny south
land, presented in five" superb acts of Metro
Elaborate Settings Stellar Cast Sublime
ADULTS 25c CHILDREN 15c.
al You See Stars In Metro Pictures ldiM
DID YOU KNOW
Saturday and Monday Specials
16 pounds best Sugar' for $1.00
, To each person that buys three pounds of Chase
and Sanborn's Famous "Crusade Blend Coffee" for
Butter and Eggs
Maricopa Butter, per lb 35c
Received fresh each day by ex
press direct from the creamery.
Fresh Farm Eggs, per doaen..25c
Regular 2c cans Gold Leaf Thick
Sliced Piueapple. Peaches, Fears
or Apricots per can., 22c
Regular 20c cam Gold Leaf
Sliced Pineapple, per can 15c
Regular 20c cans Peaches or
Apricots. 2 cans for 25c
2 pound size cans Broken Sliced
Pineapple. 2 cans for 25c
2 lb. Broken Sliced Pine
apple, per c3hi 15c
Regular 10c cans Solid Pack
Tomatoes for ... 9:
Regular 15c cans No. 2 sic
Extra Standard Tomatoes, 2
cans for 25c
2 parkaes Macaioni or Spa
ghetti foi t..15c
2 packages ireaii tro Oats
ton mm '
In the Tabloid Musical
Featuring Tommy La Roe and '
Arthur Harrison and the
7:45 and 9:00.
10c 20c 30c.
Matinee Saturday and Sunday,
3 P. M. 10c and 20c
SEVT SALE 1 P. 31. DAILY
AT CRAWFORD BOX OFriCK.
Extra Specials for
Saturday and Monday
$1.00 size O'Cedar Polish or Liquiil
Veneer for 81c
50c size for 41c
$1.25 u OCedar .Mop fur. . $105
75t 'e 0'C'edar Mop ioi . . . 60c
4 pounds Cooking Fij tu. . 30e
4 pounds Small Prunes lot 30c
2 pounds Medium Size Prtui.s fu; 25c
2 pound Extra. Larjrc Piuues foi 35c
Special Kvap. Apricots, pes lb 15c
3 lb.-. Ktap. Poachvs foT 25c
2 lbs. Kanc ap. Ajpl.- for 25c
Bulk Seedless or Mii-natel Kaism
per lb 10c
24 lb. atk .old loin. Mos s Bo-t
or Blue Ribbon tor 90
48 lb. sack for $1.75
l cb Uevued nam 5c 1 pound Rice 5c
1 can Sardines 5c 1 pound Oatmeal 5c
Trade With Us and Save Money. i
Phones 505 and 506. 204 and 206 E. Orerland. St. J