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Mondav, June 30, 1913
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We Lead
Others Follow
Another Big Price Reduction
Peerless Mazda Lamps
BUY National Mazda lamps for every socket in the
house now while prices are lowest. Replace waste
ful carbon lamps with efficient National Mazda lamps
and get three times as much light without additional
These prices now effective :
- 35c each
35c each
- 35c each
35c each
- 35c each
45c each
- - 80c each
10 Watt
Put a National Mazda Lamp in every
Buy them in the Blue Convenience Carton keep a
stock on .hand. Use them as you neea inem.
Telephone orders filled. Phone 1120.
Texas Electric
Supply Co.
' 119 H. Stanton St.
Berino. N. It, June JO. The second
Sunday In July has been set aside for
children's day in Berino.
W. C. Ifossman has sold three car
loads of cattle to Mr. Sneed. of El Paso,
same to be delivered July 7.
The new directory iasaed by the Val
ley Telephone company shows a good
increase over the one sent out four
months ago.
A number of people from this district
are planning' to attend the Fourth of
July celebration in Las Cruces.
Invitations were received by many
here to the farewell dance given by
the j oung men employed by the U. &
reclamation service, who have been sta
tioned at La Mesa for the past six
mrnths. Those who attended from this
side were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Green
wood, Misses Hilda Creamer. Mary
Koen and Harry Rishaberger; Messrs.
Alfred Creamer, Leslie Heket and
Re nick Livesay.
THe presiding elder Rev. X A. Ray.
from El Paso, held services there Sun
day. A. W. Churley has returned to Mexi
co City by way of Key West, Pls after
a two weeks' visit at the Kilgore home.
Mr Churley is secretary and physical
director of the T. M. C. A. in Mexico
.Messrs. John Freeman and Jake
Sweet, from Las Cruces. motored down
and visited at the Mossmmn ranch. Dana
Freeman accompanied them back to
Las Cruces.
Mrs. Grace Overman, who has been a
guest of Mrs. S. W. Howard the past
two weeks, returned to her home in El
Paso sooner than expected, because of
her son. Paul's illness. ,
Mrs. W. C. Mossman entertained Mis
ses Abbie and Katherine Kilgore and
A. W. Churley at dinner. ' i
George Look, jr., has left for a trip
to Chicago. He expects to be gone a
Prof, and Mrs. Sage and Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Snow, of Mesilla Park, motored
down to Mosquito and went over to La
Mesa to visit Mr. and Mrs. F. H. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Freeman and fam
ily and Messrs. George and Fornte
Freeman, from Las Cruces, spent Sun
day at the Mossman ranch. - .
Rev. and Mrs. Morris and family were
guests of Mrs. M&berly at Anthony.
Messrs. Dessauer and Clarke have
returned to Las Cruces, after having
spent several days here, surveying the
Dessauer tract of land.
Miss Blanche Brooks, of La Mesa has
been visiting Miss Ruth Newsome, at
J T. Gibson and son. Robert, from
Pan Antonio, are here visiting Mr. Gib
son's brothers, M P. and C. N. Gibson
and his daughter, Mrs. R. L. Habbell.
The Carpenter family has returned
iQtchen Shower Is Given
a Popular Mesilla
Las Cruces, N. M, June 30. Wheat
threshing in the MeailU valley started
today at several points. On the Fuller
ranch, northwest of Las Cruces, Ralph
French w threshing a large crop of
Kitchen Skewer Gives.
A unique shower was given on Satur
day evening to Miss Raye Hinds, of
Woodland Orchard, Old Mesilla.
A part of neighbors marched silently
to the kitchen door and when Miss Hinds
appeared, she was greeted with the din
and clatter of kitqhen utensils and es
corted to a place in the middle of the
kitchen floor, where the many useful
presents were showered upon her.
Two showers, one a miscellaneous and
the other a linen one, were previously
given to this bride-elect at Las Cruces.
This third shower demonstrates Miss
Hinds's popularity in her own neighbor
hood, as well as among Las Cruces and
eollege friends.
The marriage of Mies Hinds to Prof.
Joseph Rigney of State eollege, will
take place at the home of the bride's
parents, Br. and Mrs. L. Hinds, on Fri
day afternoon, July 4, at 2:30 oclock.
Mr. and Mrs. Rigney will leave on the
4:30 train that afternoon for Cloudcroft,
f where they will spend a couple of weeks.
li. C. Todrank. special agent ot the
Santa Fe railroad, was here on Satur-,
Mrs. Theodore Rouault will entertain
the Tuesday Bridge elub at her home on
Griggs street tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. F. R. James has reeoverd from
her recent ilness and in company with
her daughter, Miss Helen, went to Organ
to spend their sumer vacation of a few
Messrs. C. K. Cleveland, R. L. Faulk
ner, Doyle and Bennett drove down to
1 Paso yesterday in Mr. Cleveland's
Buick automobife.
Mrs. W. J. Stevens was able to preside
at the pipe organ in the Methodist church
yesterday, after several weeks' absence,
during which Stanley Brown played the
Ohioans Are Gttests.
Mrs. Jennie West, of Kansas City, Mo.,
and Misses Ravena and Alice Wheeler,
of Adam&ville, Ohio, are guests in the
home of Dr. B. . Lane, on Griggs street.
The first named is a sister.
Mrs. R. . French and children leave
here tomorrow for an extended visit im
Jose Lucero and daughter returned
last evening from 1 Paso.
Rer. Thomas Mitchell, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, preached a sermon
on the sabjeet of "Holiness" yesterday
Special Service Held.
A special service was rendered in the
Methodist church yesterday morning as
Prelude, "Prayer from Lohengrin,"
Hymn 32. congregation standing
"ihe Appostle's Creed," recited by all,
still standing.
Prayer, concluded by Lord's Prayer,
repeated audibly by all. Response by
the choir.
Anthem, Festival Te Deum, Dudley
Lesson from Old Testament.
The Gloria Patria.
Lesson from 3iew Testameat
Offertoire "Lento," JaoaaMkB.
Solo, "These Are They," from "Holy
City' by Gaul Mrs. Bnteddas.
Hymn 133.
Seimon by pastor, 'Christ the Life
Giver," John S:3.
Hymn 169.
Postlude, selected.
Duncan McCowan was down here frost
his Organ mountain mines for several
Elks Win.
The game of baseball played here yes
iterday afternoon at Jones park between
aLs Cruces Grays and the Elks re
sulted in a score of 11 td 3 in favor of
the Elks. The Grays have new suits.
The feature of the game was the hitting
and fielding by Will La Point, an Elk
and editor of the Las Cruces Citizen.
He made five hits out of fire times to
bat. The pitcher "for the Elks was Ray
mond Edmundson, and the catcher Sid
ney Howard. The catcher for the Grays
was "Arizona" and pitchers were Romero
and Lopez.
Mrs .T. D. Robison and daughter, Miss
Lizana Robison, left here this morn
ing for El Paso, where the former will
visit Eugene Davis and family on West
Missouri until tomorrow, when she will
leave for her home at Spring HilL Kan.
The latter will spend a week with her
friend, Miss Mariion Lemon, at Hid
Arizona street, EI Paso.
spent Sunday in La Mesa m
Misses Mary Coohen, of Anthony, and We are the lowest priced electrical
Harry Kiehaberger, of Berino, attenucu I supply house in EI Paso and we are
the dance Friday evening. I proud of it Texas Eleetrlcal Supply
Miss Ethel Brown, of El Paso, spent j Co., "Knockers of High Prices," 119 N.
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Stanton St Phone 1120. Advertise-
Viljoen. ment
f from a 10 days' camping trip in the
Organ mountains.
Miss Juanita Kilgore has been quite
ill for the past week.
Carl Price and son made a trip to
the mountains to look for a camping
Eiace. Mrs. Price and family will follow
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snyman, Heining.
Hector and Gillie Snyman were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John Viljoen at Cbam
berino. Master Daniel Webster, from Bl Paso,
is visiting his cousins at the Gibsou
W. C. Mossman and George Dorsey
were visitors to Las Cruces.
Visitors to El Paso have been: Mrs.
J. D. Rawlings. Mrs. Carl Price, Dorothy
and Donald Price, Miss Willie Kilgore.
J. J. Lewis, S. G. Kilgore and Ardea
La Mesa, N. M., June 30. The social
event of the season was the farewell
dance given by the young men ot the
reclamation service prior to their de
parture to Berino. The hall was beauti
fully decorated in the national colors.
Refreshments were served by the
women of St John's guild. The dance
was opened with a march led by Miss
Louis IJwatv and Brvan Wells
Brown. Those -present were: Misses1!
Louise Livesay, Ethel Brown, Mary
Cohen. Anita Meade, Pearl Lyles, Roth
Livesay, Harry Richaberger. Ruth,
Grace and Gertrude Hyland, Hilda
Creamer: Messrs. B. W. Brown. R. C.
Sites. Leslie Hoket, C. Newberry, J. R.
Livesay. O. Keese, W. Hyland, George
and Alfred Creamer, F. D. Hawley, D.
Candler. Eugtne Leavell, Jean Viljoen.
R. Sampson, J. H. Wiggins, Guy Adair,
W. Herron, W. C Meade, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. T. Huit Mr.
and Mrs. Sumner Center. Mr. and Mrs.
O. D. Williams, Col. and Mrs. W. J. Vil
joen, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hand. Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. F.
H. White, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. William
son. Mr. and Mrs. A. Gray and Mesdames
Abba Lynn, Harry Ha man, J. R.
Livesay, B. J. Viljoen, Henry Reese,
Anna Meade and W. B. Deusler.
Rev. HnsTer Lewis, of Mesilla Park,
held services at the Episcopal church
Sunday evening.
A. P. Williams is a business visitor
to El Paso.
Little William Bartlett, son ef Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Bartlett has been quite
ill for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Neitrhmann and Mr. and
Mrs. J. Priest and familits, of Anthony,
-L I
For Our Trade This Year!
We Havd a More
Complete Line of
Flags and Fourth of July Decorations
than ever before Flags in all
sizes in Muslin, Wool and Silk
International Book &
Our Semi -Annual Clearing Sale
Will Start Tuesday, July 1st
The one sale that everybody in El Paso and
surrounding country is waiting for. We don't
have to misrepresent this sale. It occurStwice
a year ana it is an nonest clearing saie. -
One Price One Discount One Group
No Specials Bought for a Sale, no Baits to Get You in Our Store
Simply and Only Our Semi-Annuai Clearing Sale!
-i- Cf on any su m e house or 66 2-3 cents on the doIUBet
3 Vy 1 i ter goods than at any other sale and at a bigger discount
All we ask is cash only. Look below what 1 -3 off means:
$45.00 Suits for .... . $30.00
$40 Suits for . . $26.70 $25 Suits for . . $16.70
$35 Suits for . . $23.35 $20 Suits for . . $13.65
$30 Suits for . . $20.00 $15 Suits for . . $10.00
1-4 Off On All
1-4 Off On All
1-4 Off On All
Children's Suits
1-4 Off On All
Suit Cases 6? Bags
I Am Prepared to Make
Civil Engineer
Ph.He 27S6 811 Ti. Kansas St.
EI rase, Texas
News Brevities
Train Bulletin.
The Golden State Limited train of the
El Paso & Southwestern, due at 3:50
p. m., from the east, was reported to
arrive at 4:45 p. m. Monday. All other
afternoon and night trains for Monday
are reported on time.
Why pay $1.00 per hour, when you
can get your work done for 75c? We
employ competent men, not boys.
Texas Bleetrleal Stipply Co, "Knockers
of Illgk ITIces," 118 jr. Stanton St.
Wallpaper and papernanglnfr: lowest
prices. A. Goldlng-, 110 South Stanton.
Xew Governor for Georgia.
Atlanta, Ga., June 30. John M. Sla
toa was inaugurated governor of
Georgia Saturday, succeeding; Joseph
M. Brown. In his Inaugural address
Governor Slaton advocated economy In
state affairs.
Dr. Bfcert, Dentist, 21S-213 Mills Bldg.
Hqd'u u4 aaatfAsz tTisstr imava vaii
trunks quickest. Phone 1. Iiongweirs.
Dr. Merford moved to 318 Hills Bid p.
Kxcape Front Federal I'rlsen.
Leavenworth, Kas June 30. An all
day search for MIchard Orborne and
Walter Layman, convicts, who made a
darinp escape from tho federal prison.
has not developed a trace of the men.
Osborne was serving IS years for rob
bery in Washington. D. a. while Lay
man was serving a three year term for
counterfeiting in California.
Until September 30th, 1913. Low round trip fares
to all principal Eastern and Northern points. Knai
return limit October 31st.
Denver $35.00
Kansas City . . .$40.65
St. Louis $52.65
Chicago $57.15
Cincinnati $64.05
Memphis $44.70
If your vacation is short use the
New York $85.85
Boston $95.15
Washington .-. $74.55
Baltimore $74.55
Detroit $68.15
Hot Springs . .$39.35
For Rates, Reservations, Routes, Etc, Pkaae 594 or 5861, or catf City Ticket Office,
RICHARD WARREX, General Agent. h. D McGRSGR. C. T
Steamship Tickets to all Parts of tie World.
Oregon Grocery. 805 N. Ore., phone 1711.
Dr. Paget, dentist. S01 Roberts-Banner.
Dr. Hnrley. Phones 405Z and 375. Dis
eases of children and nervous troubles.
Steamer Aground! 'floHrl.its Are Ilencued
Seattle, Wyo., June 30. The steel
steamship Dolphin of the Alaska
Steamship company, which left here
Friday nisrht, went ashore near Alert
bay, B. C,.on her first trip for this
season to .southeastern Alaska. A
wireless message to the company said
all the 153 passengers, many of whom
were eastern tourists, were taken off
by the Canadian Pacific steamship
Trincess May.
For tense rrirlng and fixtures, see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Ccmpany. 317 Mills street.
For ealllBK and receptions, ride la
the $5000 limousine of Lonarwell's.
Leiei Lejc IleacalnR Aviator.
St Louis, Mo.. June 30. William
Bleakley. aviator, and Henry Broeker,
city councilman of St. Charles. Mo.,
fell 400 feet with a hydro-aeroplane
into the Missouri riYer near St. Charles
during the regatta of the St. Charles
Boating association. In rescuing them
George L. Holton lost his right leg
when It was caught between a rope
and the steering wheel of a motor boat
Dr. Ratllff, dentist. 204 Capies Bids.
Motoreyelidt Arrested.
t ?f T iulas. fined in justice James
J Murph's court about two months
puto on a rnarpre of riding a motorcycle
on which th- numbers were too small.
was arrested Sunday night by county
motorcycle policeman Will Davis and
lodged in the county jail. Davis said
that after Douslas was fined, he was
allowed to go upon his promise to get
the money to pay his fine. The officer
said Douglas never returned and was
not seen again until Sunday night
when he arrested him in a picture
show. Davis says that Douglas must
now pay the fine -or remain in Jail
and serve It out.
rr. Nettle Satterlee, osteopath. 410
Mills Bldg., phone 141.
Dr. Garrett, stomach, intestines' and
Internal diseases. 403 Roberts-Ban. Bid.
C. H. William A Ce 223 S. Stanton,
painting and paperhanging.
"Dad" BwBkmn Loses ray Cheek.
"Dad" Burnham. Janitor at the city
jail, Monday morning secured his
monthly warrant at the city clerk's
office. On his way to the bank he lost
it. "Dad" went around to all of the
banks notifying them not to cash the
warrant. In the meantime it was found
and returned to the city clerk where
"Dad" got it about noon for the sec
end time. Monday was pay day for
the city employes, and the city clerk
was kept busy handing out warrants.
Dr! Cameron, dentist. 333 Mesa Ave.
Dr. Wwm has moved his office to
212-213 Roberts-Banner Bid. P. 1193.
Prompt Traaefer Servlee.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Poroeroy's El
Paso Transfer. Phone 3444.
Text erolae; Ik iRJHrotl.
Spnkanr. N ash . Juno 30 Dr. Ederard
V Murdoch, who jrae up his practice a
year and a half ao in Ohlcasro to be
come an aviator, probably was fatally
injured here when an aeroplane he was
testing for exhibition purposes at a
fourth of July celebration, collapsed at
a height of 50 feet and crashed to the
ground. Besides sustaining a broken
leg and collar bone, the aviator was
internally injured.
Dr. Jamleson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin: C18 Mills Bldg.
Dr. A. T. still Osteopathic Infirmary,
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Doris Pearl Jones. lady specialist;
Dr. Carl Gibson. 201 W. Missouri street.
They cured others. They can cure you.
We wish to thank the friends of the
family for their kindly acts during the
sickness and death of husband and
father. Hermann Mebus.
Mrs. Hermann Mebus and Family.
Leandro Ponce, arrested by the police
Sunday night, was charged by complaint
filed in the court of justice of the peace
E. B. McClintoek, with criminal assault.
The defendant is about SO Tears of age.
The girl in the ease ia said to be only
11 years old.
Four hundred rolls Peerless Guaran
teed Roofing to close oat at bargain
prices. Lander Lmnoer Ce. Advertisement.
Company K will go into camp this
evening- on the court house lawn, as a
preliminary training for the strenuous
10 days of camp life at Camp Mabry,
Tex., where the annual camp of instruc
tion for the Texas national guard is lo
cated. 'Ebe company will leave over the
U. H. Tuesday morning. The company
will he in command of Capt. Wallace
T. Downing and Lieuts. W. C. Elliott
and Walter E. Jenkins. There will be
50 in the local guard company.
Tgnacio Rosas, arrested by the police
Sunday night, was charged by complaint
filed in the court of justice of the peace
E. B. McClintoek. with theft from the
I person. Albert Uller claims that the de-
renaant was his roommate Saturdav
night at a rooming house on South El
Paso street. Sunday mornin? Vller
sald he missed a $34.22 check and tH in
Either Saturday or Sunday night bur
glars entered the house now under con
struction at Park and Fourth streets
and cut down the electrical fixtures
which had been put up. The house is
almost completed and Will Hoard, the
builder, had installed the fixtures. He
valued them at 325.
Make your last call the Texas Elec
trical Supply Co. and you will save half
your fixture bilt Texan Kleetrieat Shb
ly Co., "Knockers of High Prices."
Phone 1120, US N. Stanton St. Advertisement.
We can sell ou sash doors at panel
door prices. Lander Lumber Co. Advertisement.
That's why people buy their electric
fixtures here our prices are the lowest
and our fixtures the best. Texan Elee
trleal Sapnly Cth. "Knockers of Hlsrh
Prices." Phone 1120, 119 N. Stanton St.
Advertisement. 4
(.'pens at 7 p m sharp. Music. Jjnun,'
and an extra selection of good movin
pictures Advertisement.

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