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8 "Wednesdav, Dec. 11, 1912 'eT'wfitarg Closing Out Sale EL PASO'S XMAS STORE Kugs ana Art r urniture FOR RENT 1 Entire 3ra Floor of the Callsher BMg. Apply at office of OaKsher's. NOWIS THE TIME--AND HERE IS THE PLACE to buy really useful and practical Xmas Gifts for the Home Beautiful We have decided to discontinue these lines after the first of January, and as there barely three more weeks remaining, in which to Close Out the Entire Stocks Beautiful Rugs and Art Furnishings we realize that we must sacrifice all profit, and even incur some loss so here is opportunity of a lifetime, right now, when you are wondering what to buy we These Phenomenal Reductions On High Grade Rugs and Furnishi gs i Saie Begins Thursday Morning, and iontinues to December 31st. 24x36 Rag Rugs 45c 9x9 ft. Starvan Rugs $8.95 24x36 Real Bassorah's $2.48 4x7 ft. Rag Rugs $1.95 30x60 Bigelow Wiltons $3.95 24x48 Real Bassorah's $3.35 6 ft fringed Roman . m 5 stripe Couch Covers JrSfi! tl 48c. J&NIIaN I i&aSKas&aQSk "Mffffimm i tiff! rrntffi'ffrf'ftr-yss'n 31 fcsA Vlt&Jiit&-Jv'Vlsi9(9m LJ t 3 jiSBS? - .i9 t s " FXm - ijCflS the -j "L IrrMx I offer 7a I 3 is - I E. 0 to VI Paso for the remainder of the winter. Miss Ethel Spencer, of Anthony, has been visiting friends here. Col. 1311 Newsoms, of Vado, has been quite 111. His daughter. Mrs. Old, is recovering- from a severe sick spell. Mrs. Creamer, agent at Mesquite. has been visiting his family at La. Jdesa. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. U. Snyman and little granddaughter. Miss Martha, have been visiting Mrs. Snyman's son, Hans Snyman, at Dona Ana. Abe Hurtter and George Blevins have i left for Alamogordo to get a bunch of I stray cattle. Visitors to El Paso have been S. "W. Howard W. P. Brooks. Carl Price. J. C. 1 McNary, A. Blockson, Alfred Hunter and son, Alonzo. AMUSEMENTS. 36 in. Rag Carpet 29c 36x63 ShiiTan Rugs $1.65 18x36 Bisc1"- Wiltons $1.39 9x12 ft. "Aubusson" Rugs. .$19.50 36x53 Real Bassorah's $6.45 9x12 ft. Tuxedo Brussels ... $22.50 5ft.9x8ft.3 Real Bassorah's $18.95 16x30 Real Bassorah's $1.39 Real Oriental Rugs. .$9.50 and up $12.50 Japanese Glass Portieres. . .$8.95 $3.00 Large Art Pictures $1.95 $12.50 Oriental Couch Covers ."$9.50 50c Panel 3?ramed Pictures 19c Large Size Matting Covered Shirt Waist Boxes, reduced to $2.48 Beautiful Cedar Chests, Brass Bound and Spudded, now. .-. $13.95 and up Flemish Oak and Brass Gongs. . .$4.95 Japanese Double Deck Art Tables $2i48 Flemish Oak Book Shelves $6.95 3 Fold Mahoganj' Screens . . : $9.85 Cigar Stands, Music Racks, Foot Rests, Book Racks, Cellarettes, Art Wicker Fur niture, Floor Lamps, Table Lamps, Ornaments for Hall, Den, Dining and living Rooms Every piece of Furniture, every Rug, Picture Pedestal, Vase and Orna- i -i -r- - -t -r-i n i- i -i n t -rtt r t i " -i n i tl - ment on tne Jtsig ara jtnoor ine H'airyiana tioor oi Jiii iraso must oe som ana ajc trie prices we ve marked, them, they will go with a rush Make your selections early as possible and we will hold your purchases for delivery at your direction. DON'T MISS THIS BIG SALE AT THE CRAWFORD. "In the Bishop's Carriage" continues to draw large audiences at the Craw ford. It is a dainty comedy, well acted, and should not be missed. Saturday matinee Mr. Taylor will i nive to the school child makinsr the at j most words out of the letters found In r th word "Rvan." S5. Advertisement. AT THE EL PASO. "The Confession." depicting life in a Marsachusetts fishing town, portray ing in a strong manner, true life, with its sorrows and sunshine, a play from the pen of James Halleck Reid, will be presented at El Paso theater tonight and tomorrow with Thursday matinee. The play is one of the strongest up to date dramas that has been offered to the theater going public for a num ber of years, having enjoyed a success ful run of five months at the Bijou theater. Broadway. New York, and playing to crowded houses in all the larger cities whjle en tour. A deep love story Is woven Into the plot. A beautiful girl, in love with a lad, who gives most of- his time to the ways of the .world, a mother of the wayward son, patiently striving to save him. the allegiance of a young boy, who has been picked up from the Bow cry. New York, and given a good home, a faithful brother, the French Cana dian, who tries to drag the lad down, the attorneys who try to save him from the gallons, and the governor of the state, all help make this great play one of the most Dowerlul Droduetions ever I presented in this city. The story is of the wayward, but good hearted boy, in love with a young heiress, who Is an orphan. They quar rel and she sends him away, returning ilieir betrothal ring. There is another brother who has been given his first parish. The wayward son leaves on a very stormy night, going to a saloon. There he meets a brother of the girl, who upbraids him for his actions: a i fight follows and the girl's brother is ! murdered. The boy Is arrested and a few min utes later a French Canadian confesses to the young priest that he had killed the man while the fight was going on, under the impression that the dead man had wronged his sister. .Later he discovers that the dead man had not wronged his sister, but he refuses to go on the witness stand and tell the truth, knowing that the belief of the hin-h "will Tint nlloTir trio vnitr rrIit to betray his confession. He is later I sent to Jail for perjury. The confine I ment shatters his health and he is dy ing of consumption. He confesses to ! the truth before he dies and saves an i innocent man just as he is about to be I hanged. Advertisement. j Vc&&HLt j$tp& A Gift From g ivians- I W 9$ r3?""' ess. ftv sjfj imm Is sure to be appreciated because our name on an article means that it is of the very best quality it is possible to buy for the amount of money ex pended. Our stock of is For men is complete in every detail; anc you'll find the selection of a suitabl rgjjBJij: gift for "Him" aneasy matter. auggesti Neckwear Silk Hosiery Lisle Hosiery Silk Mutflers Silk Handkerchiefs Linen Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Combination Sets Automobile Gloves Street Gloves Silk Suspenders Silk porters Suits Overcoats Fancy Vests Sweater Coats Pajamas Shirts Hats BRING THE CHILDREN in to see Mamma & Papa Santa. Claus! Daily reception for all good Boya and Girls. THE VOTING CONTEST is on with a rusli Every 10b Purchase ' , entitles yfcu to a vote tell your, friends to vote for vou! V. iJLlJ.il.i tJWUWMk& 'riWtorfsliwawMftWwv tMKkmtmtMtmMMuiaijfff y Las Cruces and Mesilla Valley MS COMPLAINTS OF MESILLA PEOPLE State Corporation Commis sion Asked to Adjust Telephone Dispute. The office of The Herald for Las Cruces Is the Post Office News and Cigar Store. Arrangements can be made here for those who want to subscribe and wish their papers de livered each tright. Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 11. The state corporation commission of New Mex ico held an important hearing in Las Cruces for the purpose of considering telephones out, rather than pay increased rates demanded by tne nanr These rates are defended Telephone company under the plea that tney are tne rates caiiea ior Dy tne franchise given the company by the tewn of Las Cruces. but the Mesilla Park citizens contend that no munici body in Las Cruces has any legal au thority to fix the rates to be paid out side of the city limits of that town. The committee also entered a strong complaint against the alleged methods of the Telephone company in not ad justing complaints for .bad service and In ordering out telephones where a bill Is in dispute, and insisting upon payment by the , subscriber for the ! period during which the telephone has ! been ordered out. The Telephone com- j by Dean Clark, general manager of El Paso; manager Pelloud, of the Deming office, and manager Relff, of the local Office. The Mesilla Park citizens' com mittee asked for a ruling upon two points sist upon and collect charges from Its subscribers for the time that a tele phone is out of commission and the service not rendered? and as to wheth er or not the present telephone rates for Mesilla Park subscribers are un just, exorbitant and excessive? A rul ing on both these points will be made by the commission in the near future. In the afternoon tne corporation J HllU'ODROME. j The first part of the three day!"! races, the soldiers' race and the race ' tlVr UU)S IY1S full JUSL IUKI11 clL Lite popular Hippodrome rink. The second , and third parts of these races will be i run tonight. See the prizes for the va- rlous events displayed in Ryan's wln I dow. ! Remember, we have plenty of new fiber roller sKates for tne women ioik. and they may visit the rink free of charge any morning from ten to twelve. ' Advertisement- THE MERRY COW. The Kerry Gow, a big three reel . special, made by the Kalem company in ( Ireland, will be the attraction at the Bijou tonight. This exciting and interesting photo-drama is taken from the original play, written and made . famous by Joseph Murnhv. the cele- I brated actor. The picture was made i and staged in Ireland, under the di- j . sss-ja $&&& BJ&SSil Mitts Building "Not an Expensive Shop. V SUFFRAGE! IS SEXTEXCED. London. Eng., Dec. 11. Etele Howey, militant suffraget, was sentenced to day to two months Imprisonment for turning in false alarms of fire last night. Hotel Paso del Norte. The dining room and grill of Hotel Paso del Norte is open until midnight. Meals served a la carte. Excellent ser vice. Advertisement. I Hotel Paso Del Norte. Pas', del Norte is open nntll midnight. Meals served a la carte excellent sor- j Boosters' vice. (Advertisement.) night. I Work on cleaning the Franklm canal has been resumed and will be carried on steadily. opening. Auditorium to- Big event opening Auditorium. Do your Christmas snooping early. .. I . . . ,. i. ,,.... I I rection of Sidney Olcott of the Kalem iv the home at Klncon, after a brief visit arrested by the sheriff and taken to ' company, and isa masterpiece In every f"0.m" SL.1 r-o.t,.., -, v .. k,j , Las Cruces. charged with shooting at I "way. Don't miss it It will be exhib- M? nfWiSSfS-nff-SS SS1. frr: ' Capt VonGass with the intent of kill- Hed tonight only.-advertisement. itL iii ii u nit: uii uriiuuci avenue, in re- x. r-.ii -. Se-nelebortstet5 , $ Vlo7S hYR wuiinecSTt A newbesfroisDbPe?ng put on ! gS -nlfnwnartTefk? ! SSSHSfH the denot bulldinc to tak th tilapo his horses. A shot wa flrprt at fnnt ' an?J7?55eJJ?5!l?ren-5.SonB?lJ1?? i? r h Vitnh nH ioiTw ,Vf Z J , Vnn fin -hiT ,. X "Z CT.' . "e3s "! uruncmus. ia a kuuu Hieuj- w , " (,v. .w. lfui. u,. ck ' - w .. . ao XckV.Uiii Ilia uio ume me uuuuing was uum inree nome at nignt. une of tne shots of a .su-.su came tnrougn years ago, but proved to be a fail ure. The new roof is being put on by RInner and Warren of Topeka, Kas.. and being superintended by George warren, oi xopeKa, .tiansas. WEST SIDE DITCHES ARE ALL COMBINED Farmers on AVext Side Want the Road From Laa Crnces to Come Doim There When Built. M. J. Garrett, of Canutillo, secretary Can a telephone company In- J of the La Union ditch In the lower Mesilla valley, says that La Union, La Mesa and Chamberino ditches have all been combined by a unanimous vote and that only one ditch association now remains out. That is Santo Tomas and he believes Santo Tomas will come in submitted again? HehVhearT 5 f , $ tlfls wk."115 TOrn commission met Las Cruces citizens, i reclamation service to carry out the who brought various matters of im- , amalgamation of the different ditches, portance to its attention. One of these, i Supervising engineer L. C Hill prora which was presented by Joseph W. ' ised the owners of the land to try and complaints of telephone subscribers in i Taylor, of Dona Ana, was the urgent ' get the sum alloted and Mr. Garrett Mesilla Park to the Mountain States neea ior Better protection tor passen the window nnrt piercea a suitcase tnat was hanging on the wall. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Rogans, who has been confined to her bed with pneumonia, Is rapidly Im proving and is out of danger. The Casseras farm has been rented to parties from the lower valley. Mr. Cassera3 Is improving the property fr his renter by remodeling the house. Joseph Gay, of this place, is visiting his father and mother near Houston, Tex. O. B. Wood has rented the Amy placi and has subrented it to other parties. A 10-pound daughter has been born to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Neville. They have christened her Grace Louise. B. W. Hyland .-as moved his per sonal effects to San Miguel. W. B. Carroll has purchased a fine team or norse. cine and easy to take. Price 25c 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Scott White & Co., 3 stores. Advertisement. Use Domestic Coke. Southwestern Fuel Co. All children fitted. Auditorium. W. C. Beatty, master mechanic at the Elephant Butte dam, is in El Paso, accompanied by Mrs. Beatty. to do their Christmas shopping. Telephone- and Telegraph company. The conference had been arranged for by H. H. Williams, chairman of the state commission, at the request cf Me silla Park citizens. The committee ap pointed some time ago at a public meeting held la Mesilla Park to con sider tne telephone question, met with the commission. The committee consisted -f W. S. Gil liam, Francis E. Lester and S. tt. ilook land. It preeented a -airefitUy pre pared written statement, osttlng forth the complaints of Mosllla Park citi zens, mary of whom have ordered their gers who wait for trains at the Dona Ana switch, where no suitable building is available. - Good Roads Workers. Tle executive committeemen of the new Dona Ana County Good Roads as sociation, appointed from the various precincts, are as follows: Precinct No. 1 R. Walters, L. K. Bentley, A. L. Hurley. No. 2 John Barncastle, John Steuart, j. w. ayior. M. B. W. Hyland has sold to El Paso parties a fine bunch of 'hogs that averaged 200 pounds. They were of the Duroc breed. The farmers of this neighborhood has heard in a Toundabout way that ar,? PrParns to sow a lacge acreage in mis neara in a lqunaaDOUt way tnat wheat. Vnv floTri of i.i oif,u, ni the allotment has been made. i The combined ditches will eventuallv I irrigate 40,000 acres of land on the west ' side of the river. There are already 25,000 acres under the ditches. A road way Is to be constructed along the main ditch through the center of the valey and the west siders hope to make This the main road from Denver to El Paso. They believe It would be much better to run -the road down through the farming communities on Paw Paw Pills FOR Constipation No. S O. H. Brown. E. H. Alton. R. i ;t."""&". ",.-12"1"" uSYi"""I"es n X VAitnr. ! e Mt diuc iium xmis truces xo me No. 4 Roman Bermudez, Val Gloria, H. S. Parks. No. 5 O. C. Snow. A. J. Fountain, ji. o. Aouerisuu. ? Z,i .1. Jn , ... No. 6 M. McDowell, P. W. Barker, 1 "" "" . ?n f mucn prettier Texas line than on the east side of .the river where the road runs at pres ent, almost in the foothills. More peo ple wouia De Deneii,tea on the west Munyon's Paw-Paw Pills are unlike all other laxatives or cathartics. They coax the liver Into activity by gentle methods They do not scour; they do not gripe, they do not weaken: but they do start ail the secretions of the liver and stomach in a way thit soon puts these organs in a healthy condi tion and corrects constipation. Munyon's Paw-Paw Pills are a tonic tn tif 3tnmnrfh liver anti nAmM Thaw ' Invigorate instead of weaken; they en- ncn ine oiooa insteaa oi impoverun E. C. Stono. No. 7 Peter G. Lopez, John Collett, Ignacio Agaz. No. 9 J. L O'Shea, C. D. Casad, Di onlcio Alvarez. No. 10 W. O. McNary, O. B. Wood, E. W. NevilL No. 12 J. F. Flndlay. Gabino Carre ras John E. Bonar. No. 15 D. E. Rodriguez. Romulo Mar tinez, Lee Harlan. No. 16 Antonio Silva y Abeyta, Ce cilio Lucero. Jesus Silva. No. 18 N. J. Garrett, Chas. Miller, Joe Bennett. Ho. 19 L. F. Elliott. J. L. Shriner, Pe dro Serna, sr. No. 20 Jas. S. Quesenberry, Jeff D. Isaacs. L E. Ruhle. Draughtsman Changes Field. H. A. Douglas, a draughtsman of the reclamation service, has arrived here from Sale,m where he has for some time been engaged at work with engi neer B. S. Thayer, who has charge of the topographic survey of the Rincon valley. Mr. Douglas will spend several weeks here and in the reclamation camps of the Mesilla valley, engaged in similar work to that in which he was engaged at Salem. W. J. Jones of El Paso, who has been here several days has gone to La J. T. Murphy, of Steubenvllle, Ohio, is the guest of his brother. W. B Murphy, of Main street Mr. Murnhy has been here a number of times pre- road would be aforded. it. tney cxut-uit: me BLUlliiUiH .w set all : vlntislv info i?" men m IO that 1S PUt Mr- W. S Martin is ill at her home rm. . i lnthe Hinton addition to Las Cruces. These pills contain no calomel, no The new house being erected by dope, they are soothing, healing and . Dallas Reeves in West Las Cruces stimulating. They school the bowels will be readv for occunanrv in a fw thout physic. Price 25 cents, i weeks j Merrill Irvin has returned to his to act without Physic. Price All druggists. Advertisement SHOT IS FIRED AT A CHAMBERINO MAN Chamberino, N. M., Dec 11. Milos Stephenson, of this neighborhood, was wheat Many fields of olrt alfalfa will be planted to wheat. At an election of the Chamberino ditch the following officers were chosen: Commissioners, Rigby W. Crowder and O. B. Wood; ditch boss for the year 1913, Jose Barrio. The officers except Mr. Wood, will tako their places and assume their duties January 1. Mr. Wood was one of the commissioners last year. The retiring officers are: E. W. Nevill, J. Johnston and R. N. Rico. Think of All You Eat No wonder you some times have a bilious headache, feel dizzy, -are troubled with in digestion and can't sleep. Jfer MRS. A. 31. COE SELLS ALL - OF HER CATTLE AT DERINO Berino, N. M., Dec 11. Mrs. A. M. Coe has sold all her cattlo to C. T. Turney, of Las Cruces. The price received waa. S35 around, including everything. Mr. Turney will move the cattle immediate ly to another range. Mrs, Coe will keep her horse stock -and operate a horse ranch exclusively. Mrs. Que sold her stock because the government Is to take part of her range for target practice. C N. Gibson and family have moved 1 &2w 9 You Will Be Re paid for Coming Upstairs. 2nd Floor First National Bank Blag. We are not after just one order, or sale, but aim for continued patronage. Makers, remodelers, and repairers of jewelry. Diamonds reset while you wait CUR.TIS (l KING Manufacturing Jewelers & Engravers. will help your liver do its work regularly, as it should. Take no substitute sugar coated or plain. 1913 Gem Calendar Yovtr office Desk is not complete without it Send Us Your Order Now Complete (Stand and Pad) 50c , Postage extra 22c Pads only 35c Postage Extra 5 c Everything For Chickens Grit Charcoal Oyster Shell Mixed Grains Drinking Founts Food . 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