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Tuesday, July 5, 1910. mm o rn &asE as " ,, , , i .. I i L I Q I Cat yfflUiiJa iivWibii i For tip best things to eat at prices lower than others i R J! Extra nice fresh Tomatoes, per basket 35c Extra nice Texas Peaches, per basket 20c Fine Jelly Plums, per lb 5c Fancy California Apricots, per basket 35c California Gantaloupes (largest and best) 3 for 25c Extra fine Watermelons, per lb VAG Extra fine largeed Japanese Plums, per basket . .35c Fine Valley iSting-Beans, 2 lbs. for j15c Beets and Tuiaups,- 3 bunches for 10c California tfefdlLettuce, 2 bunches for 15c Bell Peppers,vperlBv 20c Fine California Celery, per bunch 15c Berries, all Iqndsgior 25c Finest quaiitvlOletfsJ an v kind, per lb 60c Our C. O. D. CSSfSe has no equal at 25c 4 lbs. best bulj?arch for 25c bars Swift's jjfite Soap for 25c i bars Swift's Bride Soap for 25c 3 boxes Swift's or Old Dutch Gleaner for 25c Lame package Gold Dust for 20c Tiyour Blue Bibb on- Butter, 3 lbs. for, $1.00 Try our Fresh Kansas; Eggs, per dozen 25c Pet, St. Charles or Pioneer Milk, 3 cans for 25c Small Pet or Columbia Milk, 6 for 25c Large Rolls, good Toilet Paper, 4 for 25c 5 gallon best Gasoline :f or 85c 3 gallon best Eupion Oil for 80c ?. lb. best Head Rice for ' 25c 1 lb. Can B. & M. Baked-'Beans, 8 for 25c 2 lb. can B. & il. Baked Beans, each 15c Pimentos (best brand) 2 cans for 25c Kellog's Corn Flakes or .Post Toasties, 3 pkgs for . .25c Watermelons, extra finejot, at, per lb 1c iaftjg:3fcr,'jBeiiH LimMVtsesmMSjSsam lMlSEPEFfc tssh wm ssi: b5VI m &$ e ips mm m & f&mt&i &?n Cor. Kansas & Boulevard Be eiKBIB.KW vsgHBtf tsfeBi a Pfeosse Us Your Orders Early Three Bell Phones, 884, 844, 823; Auto, 1691. TL D. Bowman. Prest. V. B. May, Vice Prest. R. E. McBride, Secretary. T1! lowman jDanK oz. irust Co. Incorporated 1910 Capital $100,000.00. Successor to Bowman's Bank. Established 1884 LAS CRUCES, IT. M. gFfcTT-ligM-fr' ,V tfyrf- '1 I STEAS18 and SCASTS CUT FROM Extra Fine Beef Properly Sefrigerated Liva and Dressed Poultry Purs Lsrd? Keith Rendered J. C. PEYTON Successor j&obinson's Market 114 If. St-nton St, Phones Bell 251 Auto 1234 MEXICAN HELD OS A CHARGE OP BURGLARY On a charge of burglary, Juan Es trada was held by justice "Watson to the district court Wednesday morning and went to jail in default of a $500 bond. The testimony showed that Es trada, with a companion, was caught m th act of trying to force an inner door to a pool room at C17 South El Paso street, owned by a Japanese: also that tuey had gained ertrance to the building by forcing the outer door with a heavy file. The companion's name is Paul Barilla. i ! 5 BEHR A WEATHER PROPHET. Among the officials at the city hall, city assessor Behr is obtaining consid erable reputation as a weather prophet. He propheside the rains of over a week ago, and also stated Tuesday that there would be a near shower Tuesday night. There was. It was very nearly a showi er tin ee drops fell. Now Mr. Behr comes out with the statement that there will be no more rains until July 23. New Fiction EQUALIZATION BOARD MEETS. The board of equalization is in ses sion at the county assessor's office. The board exprcts to complete its work Thursday. IT. B. Stevens lias returned from Clo-udToft wheie he rpent a safe and sane Fourth v, ith his fscniiv. Turner Martin, --on of W. it. Martin, is w-rLirg vriiZi the surveying corps oi the El Pas- and Southwestern road. The Intension of Jlmrole; by y P. J. "Wbdehouse. . The Running Ks&t; fa n bv TK. H. Osborne p 1.50 Snow Fire; by anchor of ifartyrdaw of an Empress : j - - - li S9I I II mil, ii n . '!-.. i.n. . um.mm m, 9- ' I im&JMWWPJ 3 Wrz$l I iiii The Palitioian; by El H. Mason. . The 3Ian Higher Up; EH AGIIer The Silent Call; S: 2L Ryle. . S1.S?3 THE International Book ailW Lf LtJttr?iAtIl. T JJa B V J Are jovl contemplatinp; a HUNTING or FISHING jaunt? Are you interested in tilings PRE-HISTORIC? If so write Traffic Department 1 MexicD Qrihwssfem Railway Trains leave CIUDAD JbAREZ Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 1:25 P. M. (Mexican time) 1:00 P. M. (El Paso time) DAILY. SERVICE From CHIHITAJEUA H. C. FERRIS, General Manager. T. R. RYAN, Traffic Manager. ChUTualma, Mexico. LAS CRUCES AND MESILLA VALLEY m . TRI-STATE COMPANY ASKS FOR FRANCHISE Las Graces Council Hears Proposition Holt Wants Franchise. Las Cruces, N. M., July 6. At the postponed meeting of .the city council Tuesday R. F. Moris, of Dl Paso, gen eral manager for the Tri-State Tele phone and Telegraph company, filed an application asking for a franchise. The members of the board have taken the matter under consideration. H. B. Holt, who was also present, re instated the former application of the Las Cruces Light and Power company for water and light franchises. The board has also taken it under advisement. LAS CRUCES DAIL.Y IJECOKD. Las Cruces, N. IT.. July 6. The follow ing deeds and other papers of record have been filed with the recorder of Dona Ana county: Seeds Filed. Jose Abuncio Trujillo et ux to Jose Angel Sisneros, warranty deed to a parcel of land situate 'in precinct 3 Las Cruces, area 170 by 154 by 100 feet. Consideration $100. July 5, 1910. Rio Grande Land company to Thomas R. Bull, warranty deed to lots 1. 2 and 3 in block 11 of Mesilla Park. Con sideration 30. December 4, 1905. iTesllla corporation to Jose Ma Cha varria, warranty deed to -lot In block P of Southwest addition to Mesilla. Con sideration $7.25. October 18 ,1909. Andrew Story to Ophelia Rylee, war rants' deed to a tract of land, being a part of lot 4 of section 8, township 29, south of range 4 east, area 1G5 by 1320 feet. Consideration ?1500. May 28, 1910. L. H. Tanderwerf to E. A. Harden, warranty deed to lots 25 and 26 in block 60 of Miller's "Washington Park addition. Consideration $1 and other valuables. June 27, 1910. L. H. Vanderwerf to D. "W. Coburn, warranty deed to lots 13, 14, 15 and 16 in block 60 of Miller's "Washington Park addition. Consideration $1 and other valuable-. June 27, 1910. Estates. Angel Carrion, deceased; will, petition and order filed. Refugio R. de Amador,t deceased, or der filed. Loreto Mendosa, deceased, report filed. ' Speclnl License. C. O. Bennett, las Cruces Amusement Co., Las Cruces, N. M. Tom Gee, restaurant. Las Cruces, X. M. Marriage License. Perry Cavender and Josephine Renick Cavender, Rincon, -. M. Births Recorded. Josefina Cadina and Antonio Parra. Extra Special Kght inch extra quality, all silk taffeta Ribbons, in all col ors, for sashes, bows and hat trimmings. An exbraordinar3T value, 29c a Yard Extra Special AH silk, double finger tipped Gloves, in the wrist length, in black, white and a good variety of colors. A very special value offered tomorrow, 39c a Pair ; f 7 - LAS CRUCES LOCAL XEWS. Las Cruces, N. M.. July 6. Mrs. Har ry Britton and son Cornelius have gone to Columbus, where they will live on a 160 acre claim filed on by Mr. Britton. On account of sickness Mr. Britton is at Palomas Springs. Miss Corine Amador is at Dripping Springs, the guest of Miss Amacia As carate. The Mesilla Valley Produce Exchange shipped 17 crates of fine Mesilla valley cantaloupes Tuesday. Will Powell and R- Xeergaard are here from Roswell visiting. Tho Santa Fe Railway company Is having screens put over the windows at the station. "W. E. Ingram, an army engineer, from Tennessee, is visiting friends In Las Cruces. Miss Lelia Ford has gone to Nogales for a visit with relatives. Mrs. "W. M. Hager and daughter of Mesilla Park, have gone for a two months' visit at the old homestead near St. Paul, Minn. Bliss and J. J. Freeman have gone to Solldad Canyon to make a camp. Bliss Freeman will take his family for a two weeks outing In the mountains. EgsgB-T- Tomorrow Special Attention Given to the Selling of ermuslins -m-kttxq 4-v.fac Vmcjf i-hex-n whinh TiMfi is none hetter. is offered as Thursday's special feature of the July Clearance Sale. Daintily designed undergarments,, made oi tne most appropriate fabrics," trimmed with rich embroideries and handsome laces, are priced 'at sharply reduced prices. The lots include combination two and three-piece garments, night gowns, skirts, chemise, draw ers and corset coyers. French Hand Made Lingerie Genuine French hand made, hand embroidered undergarments are specially priced in this sale. A reuuetion of at least one-fourth is shown in each prke. in TaMinfiiww If'1 if war 1 ' 1 1 I lf I 44Mb Eight Extra Special Lots of Fine Musiin Undergarments Garments worth to $1.00 79c Garments worth to $1.25 97c narmpntQ Garments Garments f i mayf-CT fzt i I'.ioTf e nnrmoirfe uarmenLS uohuculs uaiiucuta uuiw uu..vo 0 worth to $2.CG worth to $2.50 worth to $3.00 worth to $4.50 worth to $5 53 $3.29 $3.98 worth to $1.5 $1.19 $1.43 $1.98 $2,29 Lingerie Dresses $7.85 One of the best offerings in the Eeady-to-Wear Section is this spendid lot of daintly fashioned lincerie dresses. TUie styles in this lot are thos-i regularly sold up to $20.00, made of fine batiste. hmit.ifii1K- trammed vntn laces o7 fj and embroideries o Linen Dresses $7.95 Tliis magnificent group of dresses includes many garments t'hat are -worth in a regular -way $22.50 and $25.00. These are manufacturers' model gar ments, made of the finest Erench shrunk linens, in white and colors, handsomely braided or band embroidered. Nearly all are exclu- d P7 QJ? give garments $) 4 cJ Silk Petticoats $2.79 All silk taffeta petticoats in black and a great variety of colors. Made good and full, with ruf fles or pleated deep ilounce. lms we otter as an o-ti tT7VNM.il in thT5 most extraordi- T T f3? nan- sale.. Real $5.00 values Embroideries 1 Three very special lots added' to those previously advertised. 2r Swiss and cambric edging vl C insertion and flouncinngs, in a grand assortment of new designs. Three to twenty-four inch widths, in qualities up to 50c. 2s Swiss, nainsook and batiste a?C Baby Irish edgings, inser tions and flouneings, two to eighteen indies wide, in a choice lot of designs. Values to 75c 9g Swiss, cambric and nainsook O C edginngs, insertions, floune ings and corset cover embroideries, three to forty-four inches wide. Val ues to $2.00 AMmilai- y , i , j .ii f li I yBoys Department Every one who has a boy to dress should make the most of the exceptional opportunities of this July Clearance Sale. Without a single exception, every woolen suit has been marked dosm to an. almost incredibly low price. BOYS' SUITS Light weight woolens, made in nebby styles. The kinds tihat are reg ularly sold up to $4.00 BOYS' SUITS Single and double breasted styles of coats with two pairs of knickerbockers. Very neat and worth up to dQ Ag $5.50 P30 BOYS' SUITS Ivan Erank, hand tailored suhs for 'boys, styles (with one or two pairs of knick erbockers, worth up to & f Q $7.50 .OD Bovs' khaki and wool knickenbockers, values to $1.00 48c Boys' linen hats and caps, white and colored, values to 50c 39c Bovs' linen hats and caps, white and colored, values to $1.00 :. .?79c ' Hol-e-Kit uniou suits for -boys, 50c vahie 27c All 50c quality boys' summer underwear 39c All sti'aw hats at reduced, prices. Whitesides, Los Angeles; F. J. Holmes. Los Angeles; Inez Buvens, Mesilla Park; Roland Holmes, Mesilla Park. Park hotel: W. E. Robertson. El Paso; J. H. Lee, Kansas City; "W. A. Willoug-hby, Kansas City. m ' XATIOXAXS WI' FROM LAS CRUCES EAGLE TEAM. Las Cruces. X. M., July 6. The ball game between the team of thevNational Guards against the Las Cruces Eagles, resulted In a score of S to 1 in favor of the Nationals. v AMUSEMENTS. LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS. Las Cruces, N. M., July 6. The fol lowing guests are registered at Hotel Don Barnardo: B. F. Brown and wife, Mesilla Park; E. Balrd, New YorK; Mrs. V. A. Gatch. Milford, Ohio; L. K. Edwards and wife, Rochester; Fred WOMAN FINED, SENT TO JAIL. For assaulting a Mexican woman, while in an alleged state of intoxica tion, Sara Bravo was assessed, a fine of $5 and costs, amounting to $19.50, in S Justice "Watson's court "Wednesday morning. The Bravo woman was unable to pay the fine and was remanded to 1 jail. Bi Leac Leon Ames AT THE AIRDOME. Another bi crowd wtinessed the per formance at the Airdome last nifrbt and laughed at and applauded the mixture of music and fun, which Charlie LeEoy and Frank Rich have named '"The Married Widow." The piece is full of ood musi- cal numbers ana mxroauees wme ii-iiKiiJ?, plvf.rivj.l offpo.ts. It also has a number of good laughs. The girls- all wear new j costumes ana inrnxiuce &uiu uiu. uw steps and marches. BIG CROWDS AT HAPPY HOUR. The new bill at the Happy Hour is drawing- large crowds and the Juvenile Entertainers are proving the b'g lraw ing card of the program. Freed and Bertin. also come, in for a good s-hare of applause. They prat on a singing', danc ing and talking act. There will he a change of prorpam tomorrow night. The summer prices of 5 and 10 cents with re served seats at 20c, prevails. . - .-.ywfilll'ili,W W'JUIVIIWWT'VX 'I . 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Tiie Corona Is iv i i.-. v . ,.' & x?$W3. &? w ' W Sff ' "-v A " '" 0"-" ' n A v V." JV$v !r -ivvCL v.'SV't. VJ ? THOTO COPTRIGKT. It0. BT REUTLINOEK Kxci.rsns copyniGirr. wjo. ew TorK hfiuvld cat Crln hat with ostrich feathers. THEMBERG & SCH C3GAR CO., Distributors Denver, Colo.