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Wednesday, May 18, 1910.
LAS CRUDES AND MESILLA VALLEY CIVIC LEAGUE ELECTS OFFICERS -g?T BA QA TPTTT'-R. A T .Tl JLiJiLJI L snZL.kwJ'V. J? .ft.JiJLlC3fc,Judifa . . r, I WITH "THE MONEY $fa 1 1 !! 1 MTs&agb ISS "rKrfim l sas wni mmmBM I is tigmg, m, - mssi-wBissmim'Bissmsisii E3 .SSfSSsaBSSKaSSP'sBBi PUT I T 5tgfeSw i 1 IN THE ..igilllii I bank. "f" i Let the Lives of All Wealthy m Men Be a Lesson t You for nine out of every ten of them will tell you the same thing "My fortune was built by saving the pennies at first, then the dimes and dollars." . Nearly every one of them started poor, and invariably the first ad vice they gave the beginner is to save, commence the habit early and stick to it until saving is no longer a necessity. One of the greatest missions of the modern bank is to educate the people to save, and to encourage thrift. The money that is spent fool ishly, or thrown away, in not the money that helps build up a city or a state- It is the money that is saved and wisely invested that makes great cities and well-to-do people. While you are saving, let your money earn interest for you. Percent interest on savings accounts, in terest compounded every 6 months. Percent interest on time deposits. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, $2.50 A YEAR 5 4 Ladies Shopping Bags NATIOKfiL BfiSK OF 00MMER0E, ES Paso, Texas Gents5 and Ladies' Traveling Bags, Travel ing Rolls, Ladies9 Fitted Traveling Bags, Liquor and Medicine Flasks Everything In Leather i OFF f7tkr ' 3 z17 & J. In Leather "Wnile you are planning your vacation you should not overlook the fact that a nice traveling bag, for both ladies and gentlemen, is one of the most useful articles to have vhile on a trip or visit. The ladies too, recognize the fact that a nice shopping bag ist not only a convenience, but a ne cessity. The line is now complete but owing to the fact that several of these newest designs are exclusive numbers, one of each design, we advise an early call. W, T. Hixson Company "The Gift House of the Southwest" SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. SEND FOR CATALOG. I ioa Graduate 1 1 IP I i NOTHING IS A MORE ACCEPTABLE PRESENT THAN A BOOK We invite your inspection of our complete line of Gift Books and Graduation Presents A few new arrivals--- My Commencement. My Sorority. A Girl Graduate. Her Own Book. School Girl Days. School Fellow Days. See our window and let us show you what we have nteriiational Book & Stationery Co. Herald Building n Mesilla Vallev Association j i . tt i t -ir .: j -r xioias lYLeeLing ai juas Cruces. 1 Las Cruces. N. M., May IS. The Me- . silla Valley Civic league met Tuesday ' n'cylit- in ! nffi.rtc nf Tilt fmriiita T7!-v- I u argf :'nu clceteu tat lolloping 011- cers ior tae year: ur. rroy u. sex ton, president; L B. Bloom, first vice J president; H. C. Strong, second vice j reditu in ; Ai. C vj t:au, miru c president; Bliss Freeman, fourth vice president; W. A. Sutherland, fifth vice president, and A. I. Kelso, secretary-treasurer. LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD. Las Cruces, N. M.; May IS. The fol lowing deeds and other papers of rec ord have been filed with the recorder of Dona Ana ouunty: ma Deeds Piled. J. R. Caldwell to C. M. Parrett, war ranty deed to lots 15, 16, 17 and IS In block 12 of Miller's Esparanza addition; consideration ?40. Dated March 22. 1910. Emma L. Berkey et al to C. H. Mc- TIfio t- - -4-t sJaa3 r Irtt 1 in Hlnrlr I J-tCLll, CUA. A ailLJ U.CU .- w. . v-ww . 15 of Valley View addition; considera tion S75. Dated ADril 30. 1910. Emma L. Berkey et al to Christina j I G. Cottingham. warranty deea to lots 7 and S In block 17 of Valley View j addition; consideration $150. Dated" April 20, 1910. Emma L. Berkey et al to Charles H. Cottingham, warranty deed to lots 7 and S in block 14 of Valley View ad- dition; consideration $150. Dated April I 20, 1910. Frank M. Gallaher to Alfred C. Bay lor, warranty deed to the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of sec tion 24. township 25 south of range 2 ; east; consideration $3000. Dated March 26. 1910. L. H. Vanderwerf to Chas. Williams, warrantv deed to lots 5 and 6 In block 25 of Miller's Washington Park addi j tion; consideration SI and other valu ables. Datea jviay 14, xaiu. L. H. Vandernorf to Florene A. Kieh ne, warranty deed to lots 46. 47, 4S. In block 4 of Miller's Washington Park addition; consideration $1 and other valuables. Dated May 14. 1910. L. H. Vanderwerf to W. K. Gay, war rantv deed to lot1- 3 4. 15, 1C and 17 in J block 33 of Millers Washington Park addition: consideration $1 and other! valuables. Dated May 14. 1910. j L. H. Vanderwerr to V. A. Brown, i warranty deed to lots 7 in block S7 of Miller's Washington Park addition; I consideration $1 and other valuables. Dated May 11, 1910. L. H. Vanderwerf to Mrs. Anna M. Ba.rger, warrant' deed to lots 6, 7. 8, -9 j nrd 10 in block 72 of Millar's Poll'-g ' Park addition; consideration $1 and other valuables. Dated February 17, 1910. L. H. Vanderwerf to O. L. McShan, I warranty deed to lots 9. 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 in block 2 of Millers Washing ton Park addition; consideration $1 and , other valuables. Dated May 16, 1910. L. H. Vanderwerf to Thurman A. C. j Hefner, warranty deed to lots 43, 44, 45 and 46 in block 3 of Millers Wash ington Park addition; consideration $1 j and other valuables. Dated May 16, j '1910. L. H. Vanderwerf to R. L Pearce. warranty deed to lots 28 and 29 In i block 17 of Miller's Washington Park J addition; consideration ?1 and other , valuables. Dated May 16. 1910. L. H. Vanderwerf to J. O. Hill, war- ranty deed to lots 8 and 9 in block S7 i of Miller's Washington Park addition; consideration $1 and other valuables. Dated May 16, 1910. II LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS. Las Cruces, X. M., May IS. The fol lowing guests are registered at Hotel Don Bernardo: Mr. and Mrs. W. L. i Phillips. Mnrphvsboro, 111.; A. A. Trost, j El Paso; S. M. Briscoe, Carthage, N. M.; F. B, Lovelle, Denver; J. V. Jenkins, Wichita; Geo. Arnot, Albuquerque; E. B, Hanlan, El Paso; C. E. McNemar, El Paso; Wm. Ferdon. New York; A. L. Small, New "Fork; E. E. Perunot, Hous ton, Tex.; W. B. Warner. Denver; P. W. Dent, El Paso: M. Farat, El Paso; W. E. Alyers, El Paso. I (Continued From rage One.) S. 9. 10. I 11- 12. 14. 15. Monologue Luella Mae Williams. Music "Serenade" ..Franz Shubert Oration "The Value of the Study of the Classics" Clifton Leo. Farrer. Music "Ding-Dong" Walter Maynard. Monologue Viola K. Cleveland. Instrumental Solo Ruby Edwards. Address Rev. S. J. Long, pastor Visitors' chapel, A. M. E. church, El Pao. Music, double trio "The Crimson Glow of Sunset Fades" Luella M. Williams, Mary Step toe, Bessie B. Scott, Lushia M. Adams, Viola K. Cleveland, Tas mania D. Darden. Remarks and Presentation of Di plomas H. A. Carpenter, Pres. Board of Education. Music "Good Night" Adam Gelbel. Benediction Rev. Brown, pasfor M. E. church, El Paso. i &RANDVIEW SCHOOL CLOSING EXERCISES Interesting Program to Be Held on Friday After noon. Friday at 1:30 an interesting pro gram will be rendered at Grand View public school in connection with the closing exercises of the grades taught there. Following is the program, which parents and friends of the pupils are invited to attend: Song "America." Primary class recitations. Frieda Tilleman "The Schoolhouse Key." Henry Downs "A Visit to Grand- n Y s 3 0"CR dollar's purchasing power is of vital interest to you now-a-days, and in this great sale it reaches its fullest strength. The phenomenal underprising of the freshest aoid newest of the season's stocks has aroused an enthusiasm that in creases rather thaai diminishes as the days go by. Many wise women have taken advantage of thi3 sale the same opportunity to save awaits you. Pongee, Foulard and- Taffeta Dresses, Styles Regularly Sold at OKE hundred and fifty very desirable Silk Dresses have been set apart for Thursday, Friday and Saturday selling. They're made in the smart est of the season's styles and are unquestionablv one of the greatest values 1 op -si (n m fp i T- T"l 1 we nave ever oiierea. uninon aueta, jrongee, ruut ard and plain Taffetas are the materials used, vrith appropriate lace, band and hand-embroidered trim mings. All sizes and colors are included in this lot, in styles regularly sold for $16.50, $17.50 and $18.50. End of the Week price, j U -1 $Mgj ft! f 1 JLJL3 Half Price Sale of Linen Suits Exactly half is the way we price all our finer quality linen Coat Suits the handsomest and most wanted of the sum mer garments. Made in effec tive styles, richly trimmed, with heavy laces, elaborate braided effects and many styles hand embroidered. For ex ample, we d'escribe these ex clusive suits: , ( Blue French shrunk linen coat suit, with Irish hand-crochet insertion and large me dallions, and elaborately braided.. Regular price $50.50; E 3S special PSiJ&dO Champagne, Ramie Linen coat suit., both coat and. skirt embroidered by hand in rich designs. Regular price $47.25; special .' White French shnuik linen coat suit, with point Venise insertion and and handsomely braided. Regular price $34.50; special P J. afo3 White mercerized Rep Suit, trimmed with point Venice insertion, in both coat and skirt. Regular price $22.50; &i 1 OS special tpjl JL 0 $23. Fine Baby Irish Em broideries at Less than Half Price The most beautiful lot of fine Embroid eries ever offered at an underprice is this that we are selling tlri3 week. Edg ings! flouDcings, galloons, bands and allovers, in the richest designs and of superb quality, are priced at a trifle -more than a third of the real worth. LOT 1 Values to 85c, a yard 29c LOT 2 Values tp $1.25, a yard ....48c LOT 3 Values to $2.50 a yard 98c LOT 4 Values to $3.50, a yard... $1.69 Beautiful Fans For Graduation Gifts In choosing a gift for tie "girl gradu ate" give Fans your consideration. We are shcfwing a beautiful let of these, bought expressly for jjhis purpose. A variety of styles in 'hand-ipainted, lace trimmed and spangled effects is shown in the correct styles at 25c to $10.00 each. 62 babv" Silk Gloves Kaysers Number 2 all silk Gloves, wrist length, all sizes, in street and evening shades; 75c quality ; CQ special ". OtC RIBBONS Xo. 200 (six inches wide) aril silk taf feta Ribbon, in black, white and the most desired shades. Regular y g? 50c value; a yard fciOC Hair bows made without extra charge all this "week. Lingerie and Tailored Special lot, consisting of extra good style "white and colored "waists, made of linene, madras and lawn in plain tailored and fancy lace and embroidery trim med lingerie. Values up to 1.50 are fc "5 specially priced i?OC Soiled Waists at Half All the "white waists, both lingerie and tailored styles, of fine -lawn, madras and linen, that have become soiled in display and handling (otherwise in penect condition) are on a special TJ sales table at' Buy Trunks this Week and Save 10 Everyone who is preparing for a summer trip vdll be interested in a pos sible saving on the Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling Bags, Trunk Straps and Shawl Straps that will be needed. The "Popular V trunks are the strong est and best in the market and made to stand the hard knocks of travel. Every style is shown forewomen's or men's use. The " Popular V Trunk prices are always the lowest, and these lowest prices are still further Reduced Ten Per Cent Thursday and Friday Specials in the Boys'1 Dept. Boys' Suits of the famous Ivan Frank make of Iiht weight woolens in light and medium colors, for boys of G to 17 years- Values d? to $8.00 P3 Boys' Suits made of summer weight woolens, good style coats with two pairs of knicker-bocker trous ers, for boys of 6 to 17 j-ears. Regular dJO Q values to ?5.50 $0 9ZjD Boys' "Washable Pants Summer Trousers for toys of S to 14 years, of chambray, percale and crash, in a good variety of col ors, strongly made and well pro portioned. For Thursday and Fridav we offer 35c values for Boys' Suits made by Ivan Frank. These suits are as carefully tailored as a man's suit, made of high class worsteds, with one or two pairs terj (QC? of trousers. Values to ?11.00.. . . j$ lq3 Boys' Knickerbockers, made of washable materials for summer wear, for .boys of 6 to 12 years- !Made of galatea. crash and percale. Extra qa value, a pair J e7 C - c All Silk Tussah $1.50 Quality 98 cents Extra special for Thursday and Friday only, we offer yard wide Tussah Silks, the popular semi-rough weave in natural color, a fabric suit able for making traveling or street costumes or coats. Eegular $1.50 value , PONGEE Extra quaKty all sHk do mestic pongee. 27 inches wide. Bfegu lar 75c; special Thursday Cf O and Friday auC LINEN SUITINGS A good quity in a variety of stripes. A 27-inch, width, worth regularly 25c and 35c Q. A yard JL SC LINEN SUITINGS 3&-iiich, round thread wiate linen suiting; worth reg ularly 45c a yard. OO Special ....dfaC LINEN SUITING AH pure linen, 36 dncihes wide, in wiiie only. A yQ regular 65c quality. Special... X5C LINEN SHEETING Pull two and a half yards wide, a splendid quality for fakirts and suits. Eegular d $1.00 quaKty 0C RACQUET CLOTH linen feiisli suit ing. 32 inches wide, in a variety of good colors. liegular 20c val- - m ue; special XtcC DIMITIES Genuine Irish Dimfties, a large range of beautiful designs and colors. Regular 25c q value JLxC 25c a Pair Basement Shoe Sale All this week we continue this the greatest shoe selling event of the year. Good styles. Oxford ties and pumps forwomen. Man ufacturers' samples of styles usu ally sold up to $3.50. $1.29 a Pair ma's." Ethel Strasser A Ierry Little Maiden." Ford Ebbs "Who's Boy Am I?" Wilton Still "Clearr Tour Boots." Song by school. Second and fourth grades, recitation. Hazel Gibson "Apple Pies." Carl Rudebush "How Jimmie Tend ed the Baby." Fannie Rawlins "In the Hammock." Thelma Butler "A Kiss for His Mother." Richard Rawlins "Our Biggest Fish." Vocal 'duet Janice Still and Ihelma Butler. Part Two. "May Party and Winding the May Pole," by Frieda Tilleman. Ethel Stras ser, Fannie Rawlins, Eva Downs, Janice Still, Hazel Gibson, Thelma Butler, Ford Ebbs, Henry Downs. Carl Rudebush, Wilton Still, Elmer Tilleman, Richard Rawlins and Robert Dean. Recitation Edith Roble, "Jerry." Ruth Charter "The Gambler's Wife.' Reading Harry KIdd, "Daniel in the Lions Den.' "Rose Pantomime" Edith Eobio and Ruth Charier. J BOWMAN'S BANK Esta&Jisfted 1834 OLDEST AND ST?0GST IH DOHA ANA COUNTY Las Cruces New Mexico