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Tuesday, March 8, 1010.
Big Celebration to Be Held
There With Gov. Mills
as Guest.
Rouault, president of the Mesilla j
v Produce Exchange; W. E. Gar- ,
Las Cruces, N. M-, March 9. April 1
Is to be governor's day Iu Las Cruces
for the Mesilla valley, under -the aus
pices of the Mesilla Valley chamber of
The committee In charce consists of
risnn nrnsMenf nt fhf TCV Mexico COl
lego of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts;
B. J. Viljoen, president of the West Side
Farmers' as&ociation: J- C. McNary,
president of the Eerino-Anthony Farm
ers association; Wm. Palmer, of Rin
con; Martin Lohman, mayor of Las
Cruces; H. B. Holt, president of tho Me
silla Valley Water Users association;
Nicholas Galles, president and A. K.
Coleman, secretary of the Mesilla alley
chamber ol commerco.
This general committee will cooper
ate with the directors and will meet
Thursday afternoon for the purpose of
outlining a plan for this affair which U
xo eclipse anything of the kind ever
pulled off in the valley.
Mesilla Valley Reahy Coin-
j)any at Las Cruees
Plants 4163.
Las Cruces, X. M., March 9. The Me
silla Valley Realty company has just
completed setting out 4163 threeyearold
apple trees on their ranch about nino
miles below Las Cruces. This orchard
alone when bearing will produce from
600 to 800 carloads of applet. There
are many more smaller orchards being
bet out this spring and within the next
few years this will be the apple district
of the west.
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More than 10,000 Garments Involved in this 'Early Spring
Sale Sample Lines from Two of the Largest Manufacturers
in New York One-third to One-half Less than Real Val
ues Sale Begins Thursday Morning
MOTHER srreat merchandise movement in the Muslin Underwear Section which wi
bring hundreds to this store. Two of the largest manufacturers in New York sold
us their sample lines at the close of the spring season at a sharply reduced price-
price so low that we in turn can offer them to you at a saving of at least one-third,
in many of the lots it is e ven a half. Ten thousand garments, running the full
gamut of qualities, froni the cheapest to the finest hand made styles, are displayed and under-
priced for the remaining three days of this week.
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Track Team Is Goinr to "Work Debat
ing; Team for Territorial Content
Ij Selected at A. M.
Agricultural College. N, M-, March 9
The baseball game between the college
team and Los Solteros club, resulted in
a &core of eight to nothing in favor of
the college team at the middle of the
fouth inning, when the game "vras called
on account of darkness- The baseball j
material for the colitrge team is unusu- j
ally good and is getting into good shape I
lor the approaching games. I
Arner Eede has been elected captain
of the track team. The work lately
done on the track has improved it very
much and with an enterprising captain
the season in this line of athletics is
very promising.
The preliminary debate for the pur
pose of selecting the Intercollegiate
debaters for this year was on the ques
tion "Resolved, That me commission
form of city government is the best
form of city government." The afflr
matiuft side was suDUOrted bv Briircs.
Ewing and Lyon and the negative by j
Stewart, RIgney and Dillion. The
judges decision was in favor of the af
firmative side. Brlggs, Ewing and Rig
ney will represent the college lu its in
tercollegiate contest with the university
of New Mexico. Dillon is among the
best of the speakers, but Is disqualified
on account of not having any work
in the college this semester. It is
thought that the present team is
stronger than that of last year.
Jesse Sheppard, one of the students
-of the engineering course, met with a
very severe accident while working in
the shops, when a piece of metal on
which he was working flew up and hit
Jiim In the eye, cutting the eyeball and
injuring the sight He went to El Paso
and is under the care of Dr. Carpenter.
The general assembly on Tuesday
was turned over to the management of
the 1910 Swastika. Mr. Huen. of the
university of Ohio, set forth some of
the many troubles of managing such a
publication and appealed to the student
body to give their'heartiest support so
that the book might be the best one yet
got out at the college.
Dr. Garrison has. returned from -Kansas
City. ' - '
Extra Special
DRAWERS iMade of good -quality muslin,
with deep, tucked lawn flounce, or with lace
or embroidery trimming. Made in ample sizes.
Special lot including many 75c values, a pair,
NIGHT GOWKS Full size Night Gowns made
of good quality muslin, tucked yoke, long
sleeves. Extra special Thursday. Friday and
Saturday, 50c value for
CORSET COVERS Made of good quality long
cloth or nainsook, in pretty styles, trimmed
with Taj. laces and embroideries, all sizes,
values to 75c,
Values sncli as are offered in this lot have never been equalled.
The materials are good, the trimmings are neat and substantial,
and the cut and proportions of the garments insure correct fit.
Night Gowns. Corset Covers, Drawers and Skirts in a variety of
pretty styles and worth up to 75c and in all sizes are Atg
included in this offering at TT i
Our very best dollar garments are included in this lot. together
with many manufacturers' samples that should sell for mere.
Fine nainsook and long cloth Night Gowns, in high and low neck
styles. Drawers, Corset Covers, Chemise. Skirts and Combination
garments in unusually attracthe styles, fullj Avorth $1. Q
are specially priced for these three days at "C
Exceptionally good values are shown in this popular priced lot
Night Gowns in high or low neck styles, Skirts, with flounce of
embroidery or lacej Chemise, long or short, Combination garments,
Drawers and Corset Covers in many good designs nainsook and
long cloth with embroideries and laces are the materials used;
$1.50 and even $1.75 garments are ofiered in this lot at
the special price of
$2.00. $2.25 and $2.50 garments of fine nainsook, cambric and
long cloth are featured in this early spring sale at this price. All
styles of Night Gowns, Corset Covers, Drawers. Skirts, Chemise
and Combination Corset Cover with drawers or short skirts, hand
somely trimmed and correctl' made are shown, in a splendid va
riety of styles. The range of choice is large enough (fr 't A Q
to please all t 1 efrO
Tlie garments in this grand lot should go quickly at this price a
price that in many instances is only half the real value of the gar
ment. Beautifully trimmed Night Gowns, handsome Skirts,
dainty Corset Covers, long and short Chemise, Drawers of every
style, and Combination two and three-piece garments. The real
values are $2.50, $2.75 and $3.00; specially H qq
priced ... $ X JJ
Beauty and real worth are combined in the garments in our $2-43
lot. Snecial attention is called to a number of the real hand em
broidered garments shown at this price, made of finest nainsooks,
batistes und long cloths. Many elaborately trimmed Night
Gowns, Chemise, Skirts, Combination one and two-piece garments,
Corset Covers and Drawers worth up to $3.50 are in- rt S a q
eluded in this very desirable lot at tp TrO
. Special Lot at $2.
Night Gowns in high and lowneck. with long or short sleeves; Chemise in long or short styles; Skirts with beautiful embroidered or lace trimmed
flounce; Combination garments in the two and three-piece styles; Drawers beautifully trimmed and dainty -Corset Covers comprise one (20 AO
of the most attractive special lots in this sale. Values up to"$4.00 are offered at t2 J O
In addition to the special lots described above, we will show a superb line of manufacturers' sam-nlp o-ar
ments, worth regularly up to $10.00 and $12.00, from one-third to one-half less than their real worth. Ev
ery woman should consider her future needs and buy during this sale.
Extra Special
SKIRTS Cambric skirts iwitlt deep flounce in,
excellent imitation1 of eyelet, hand embroidery,
with foot ruffle of cambric. Very .wide and
worth $2.25,
combination corset cover and drawers or short
skirt, made of nainsook or long cloth, lace or
embroidery trimmed. Regular $2.50 values,
PRINCESS SLIPS Crossbar nainsook in
white and fine lawn in all colors', for "vrear
with the summer dresses, &ce trimmed, per
fect fitting, regalar $1.50 values,
Sale of Net Costumes for Easter at $13.98
Real Values to $27.50
T)EAUTIFUL, dainty dresses, made of fine quality Breton net and silk stripe
- diroity ; with slip of white lawn; trimmed with Val. laees, Point Yenise bands,
medallions and insertions: with handsome girdles and sashes of satin taffeta." Cos
tumes in this lot are worth from $20.00 to $27.50,
2o doubt you wonder how it is possible for us to make such an extraordinary offer right at the beginning of the
season Only one explanation to make our Xew York buying organization is readv to pick up anv quanfcitv- of
desirable merchandise and never allows a sood bargain to mss hv. Wa t5va mir Mimoi fc -full tarLf;t "
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jow praeetnus cotainea tor example, this grand lot or dresses suitable for Easter wear at $13.98-
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Farmers' Lnioa 3Ieets at La Men
Jzxaior Gaild Han e. Social La
3Iesa News and Pernonals.
La Mesa. N. iL, March 9. The river
is past fording- at Vado, and traffic
from this vicinity goes to Mesquite by
way of the bridge.
Attorney "Will Sutherland, of Ins
Cruces, was here today representing the
defendant in the case of John Atler vs.
J. H. Whltlock, on -trial in justice Aulfs
court. The case vras dismissed.
The Fanners' union held its regular
meeting at B.-J. Viljoen'S..
A delightful social affair of the week
was the "spring bonnet sale" given by
xho Junior Guild.
Royal Jackman was here looking aft
er his ranch interests.
Mrs. B. M. "Williams and daughter, of
El Paso, spent several days with Mrs.
L-ivesay this week.
Dr. Mitchel of Mesilla Park, was here
Logan Colwell has returned after
spending several months in Utah.
B. J. Viljoen and wife have returned
after spending several days in El Paso.
Mrs. Anna Mead has been quite sick
for the last week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Reeder, Miss Mary
Livesay and Fay Stamper visited the
Mossman ranch lately.
Extra Specials
ALLOVER LACE A large range of
dainty designs in a 42-inch wide All
over, in cream, white and ecru. Val
ues up to $2.00 a yard. Specially
priced Thurdav and Q
Friday ." OC
bands from 1-2 to 3 inches wide,
matclred .sets or odd patterns, in
black, white, cream and ecru. Values
up to 50c a yard, specially
priced Thursday and Friday.
Las Cruces, X. M., March 9. Las
Cruces is going to have the "winning
candidate" in The Herald's popular vot
ing contest which begins on the 10.
The community 'in which ths win
ner of The Herald's first prize lives
will get no small amount of advertising
and if local pride, enterprise and a pub
lic spirit will do anything. Las Cruces
will win.
Short Lengths of Ribbons
1 to 6 Yards in a Piece
Mve thousand yards of plain and fancy Ribbons,
short lengths that have accumulated in the past
few weeks. Taffeta and Satin Ribbons in every
color and color combination in widths suitable for
hair bows, sashes and hat trimmings. The entire
lot will be placed on sale Thursday at
to lA Less Than Former Prices
Fancy Neckwear
Delightfully pretty neck tilings, the newest zxA prettiest stvles of the
season, are to be found in this store. Itfade of linen, lawn, lace' and the
real hand made Irish crochet.
Combination Garments
TN THIS SALE OF UXDEKMUSLIXS wenvill feature at extra special
x prkes three lines of high Combination Garments. These are cor
rectly made of the finest nainsooks and batistes, beautifully trimmed.
They are the corset cover with drawers or short skirt or alf three com
bined. Two and three-piece Combination Garments, values to $4.50, each $2.98
Two and three-piece Combination Garments, values to $5.50, each $3.69
Two and three-piece Combination Garments, values to 6-00, each $3.98
Extra Specials
dozen women's embroidered Launder
ed Linen Collars; a broken Kne of
sizes in styles worth to 50c; while
the lot iasts we offer you 4 Q
your choice a't ." JL O C
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$JI I wJ-g.
novelty and jeweled Haft Pina, the
colored metal, brilliant and medafiion
effects. Regular values p to 50c;
specially priced for Thurs- Oyf
day and Friday, each .rC
21 -in. Domestic Pongee, 48c a Yard
Natural color Pongee, three-quarters of a yard wide, fine finish and of splen
did washing quality. Quite suitable for spring dresses, waists and suits. We
offer this for Thursday and Friday, a 75c value for
48 cents a Yard
Children's Underwear
Children's muslin undergarments will be an im
portant item in this early spring sale and our base
ment sales tables have been filled with hundreds of
neatly made, good quality garments. This special
pricing should attract every mother with little
girls to dress.
Girls anusrin Drawers, all
plain hem and tucks, 9c.
Girls' muslin Drawers, with hem
stitched ruffle, 11c.
Drawers and Underwaists, neatly
trimmed, each 14c
Drawers, embroidery and Jace
trimmed; Skirts with tucked
flounce, each 23c.
Drawers, Gowns, Skirts and Com
bination Garments, neatlv trim
med, each 33c.
Drawers, Gowns, Skirts and Com
bination Garments, good muslin,
prettily trinrmed, each. 48c.
ors, stripes and checks
Little -Folks' Rompers made in fifteen styles of
gingham, percale and galatea, .plain col- Jk q
ery special values at TtO W
Las Cruces, N. 2L, March 9. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers ot
record have been riled with the recorder
of Dona Ana county:
Deeds JPlIed.
John H. May to Vincent B. May, war
ranto deed to lots 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24.
is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
it's caused by neuralgia, loothache or
accident. Ballard's Snow Liniment .vill
Teduce the swelling and relieve the pain.
The great and sure cure for rheuma
tism, cuts, burns, bruises, scalds any
and all aches and pains.
Sold by all druggists.
in block S of the New Mexico Town
company's addition to L.as Cruces. Con
sideration $1. Dated March 1, 1910.
Vincent B. May to John H. May, war
ranty deed to undivided interests in
several certain tracts of land in Dona
Ana county. Consideration $1. Dated
March 1, 1910.
John H. May to Vincent B. May, war
ranty deed to an undivided one-fourth
interest in blocks 11, 12, 13 and 14, in
West Ias Cruces tract and a interest
in a tract of land in precinct 2, of Dona
Ana county. Consideration 1. Dated
March 1, 1910.
Morris Freulenthal et ux to Courtland
O. Bennett quit claim deed to lots IS
and -19 In block 7 of the New Mexloo
Town company's addition to Las Cruces.
Consideration $600. Dated June 12, 1908.
Juana S. Armijo to Isidoro Armijo
et al warranty deed to certain lot or
parcel of land situate in Las Cruc-i
and having a frontage of 63 feet on
Main street and a frontage of 140 feec
on Armijo street. Consideratjon $1.
Dated February, 1910.
J. T. Miller to J. D. Dowel 1 et al wa
ranty deed to lots 7, 8. 9, 10, 11 and 12,
in block 13 of Miller's addition. Con
sideration $1 and other valuables. Dated
August 24, 1909.
Lorenzo De La O to Howard "Wagner
et" al, warranty deed to tract of land
situate in precinct No. 2 of Dona Ana
county. Consideration $1 and other
valuables. Dated March 7, 1910.
In re Jose Marquez, estate, notice
In re Diemetrio Chaves, vouchers, re
port, order, bond, oath and letters filed.
In re Jose Guerera et al, receipt filed.
Nicholas Galles. Mr. Foster is very
much impresed with the wonderful im
provements going on In the valley.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 9. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotel
Don Barnardo: TV. A. Weinberg, El
Paso; Wm. Thomas. St. Paul; F. W.
Bott. New Orleans; Mrs. A. L. Lawshe,
Lawshe Camp; Miss M. lawshe, Lawshe
Park Hotel arrivals: J. I. McCullough,
Kansas City; W. H. Tucker, Topeka;
D. A. Preston, Virginia.
Las Cruces, W. M., March 9. The
young people of the Baptist church will
give a box social Thursday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hull
in Mesilla Park for the benefit of the
building fund.
Las Cruces. N M., March 9. E. J.
Foster, of th Foster Lumber company,
of Chicago, is in the citj- a guest of
Las Cruces, N. M., March 9. s. S.
Warner la In El Paso today.
Mrs. N. C. Frenger and Mrs. George
Frenger are visiting in El Paso today.
Miss Porter, who has been visiting
her friend, Mrs. P.. L Young, the past
several days, returned this forenoon to
her California home by way 0j tji
For El Paso an& vicinity: Tonight
fair and cooler; Thursday, fair.
For New Mexico: Generallv fair to
night and Thursday.
For west Texas: Tonight, fair and
cooler: Thursday, fair.
Santa Fe, N. M., March 9. A call for
thp mounted police of the territory re
sulted from the energy with which
families quarantined for scarlet "fever
at Belen tore down quarantine notices.
Mounted policeman Rafael Gomez was
dispatched to the seat of the trouble
and returned reporting that ho had re
stored order and obtained promises
that the law would be obeyed In the future.
Globe Mills Graham Flour, also Whole
Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls.
Nuff Sed. Try a sack. At all grocers.
The latest report from
the Se1dn
dam gives the flow of the Rio Grande
as 1500 second feet. Owing to the
heavy snows in the mountains, a decided
rise is expected as soon as the snow
begins melting.
Austin. Tex., March 9. The railroad
commission heard final argumenrs to
day on a petition for a union passenger
station at Hillsboro and for a revision
of the rates to put Galveston and Texas j
City on an equal footing with Houston
and Port Arthur "on refined petroleum
Established 1384
Las Cruces
New IffexSco
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are safe sure and reliable, and
have been praisrd bj- thousands of wo
men who have been restored to health
through their gentle aid and curative
properties. Sold by all druggists.
First National Bank
OSCAR C SNOW, PrS. CAPT. S. J. WOODHULL, V. Pre. as4 Cash.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst Cashier.
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