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EL PASO HERALD
niursday? January 27, 1910.
Too Late To
A LETTER FOR YOU.
Replies sent m care of The Herald
office -were awaiting the following ad-
vertlsers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
later than one week after beln bulle
tined;
B. M. C.
B. H. 420
C. B. C Z.
e. xl c.
F. C- 235
h. a v.
.T. G G.
L. H.
N. S.
M. P. S. G,
X. S.
S. D.
W. H. J.
Z.
Z. 163
Prowser
Business
Exchange
Jno. Quick
266
WANT TO BUY TOURING CAR-
Standard make, good condition, cheap
for cash.
Cassidy & Davidson,
Rooms 4 and 5, Buckler Building.
xaone 920.
FOR RENT.
Two suites of 3 rooms each In the
Bassett & Edwards building, over "Wat
son's grocery. These are large, light
rooms, running water, electric lights
furnished. If you don't want 3 rooms
we will rent you 1 or 2.
Anderson-Benriett Realty Co.
Rooms 21 and 22 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Phone 491.
KRYPTOK INVISIBLE BI-FOCAL
LENSES are a new form of two-sight
lenses that are attracting attention
from every wearer of BI-Focals. If
fitted right the weaxeT will pronounce
them perfect. I flt them and guarantee
them because I make them right. GEO.
IX KENDALL, 207 Mesa Ave., Makes
Glasses Right.
WANTED.
Man with some capital to engage In
established real estate business here in
city. One-half interest in the business,
Including automobile, off!c furniture,
etc, and equities at 1-3 less than cost
2 years ago. Object in selling busi
ness that I must attend to in the east.
This is no proposition to make money
for me here, as I must lose to get away.
Address Business, Cnre Herald.
UP YOU HAVE $30O CASH and some
thing else, horse and buggy, vendor
lien note, or cheap addition lots, I can
sell you a modern 8 room 2 story
new. On north side, close In, on pay
ments of $50 per year. A bargain.
Josephus Boggs,
Room 15 Morgan Building.
Phone 224. Bell.
UPPER VALLEY BARGAIN.
20 miles above El Paso. 2 miles
from station, and new maeddam road.
Contains 211 acres, In cultivation:
about 40 acres in alfalfa; faces main
road and ditch; is white alluvial soil
that grows the big crops. Price $70
an acre with terms. Come In and see
us and we'll tell you who owns It and
why it's for sale so cheap.
Hntton Realty Co.,
224 Mesa Ave.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
New apartment house near library;
permanently rented $110 a month. Will
take lots close in part payment. Rare
opportunity to secure new income prop-,
erty, close in.
Fisfc, Trnst Building.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A
NICE HOME
Of 5 rooms close in. all modern Im
provements, In paved district, and worth
more than the price we ask for it by
spveral hundred dollars. Will accept
gilt edge vendor lien notes as first pay
ment. HattoH Realty Co.,
224 Mesa Ave. Both Phones.
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow; gives ex
tra quality milk. Phone 281S.
TWO DRESSERS at 57.00 and S8.00;
carpets, S2.75 old Singer machine, $7.
Must be sold. 615 X. Stanton.
FOR SALE KAL ESTATE.
FOR RENT.
An S room residence, east front on
X. Oregon St., overlooking the entire
city. Steam heat. Will rent furnished
or unfurnished to right party at a low
TentaL
1306 E.- Overland St., 4 rooms and
bath, modern. $19.C0.
407 S. El Paso St., a firstclass and
uptodate store room. $75.00.
A firstclass livery stable, suitable
for garage; close in; 100 by 120 feet.
Will lease or rent by the month. $75.
BEHR & WATTS.
MONEY TO LOAN.
WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE.
CITY NAT. BANK BUILDING.
PHONE 454.
"WE HAVE $50,000 TO LOAN ON EL
PASO REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
BE MODERN.
TRUST
IN A GOOD
BOND.
Putting faith in human nature is nat
ural, but opposed to modern business
principles. . Be modern, put vour trust
In a. good bond. Misplaced 'confidence
makes you feel doubly bad when you
lose both confidence and money.
NEWMAN
INVESTMENT
COMPANY.
A statu For
NATIONAL SURETY CO.,
Of New York.
TELEPHONE SCO.
MEXICO LANDS.
MEXICO AND SODTHWEST
OLD
TEXAS LANDS, large tracts our spe
cialty. BUTLER REALTY CO.,
21 u N. Oregon, Next to St. Resl.
LOWER VALLEY BARGINS
100 acres of fine level land, partly
cleared, on countj- road 4 mile below
Ysleta, right on a good ditch, signed
up. rnis is zne nest bargain in Jl
Paso county; for $50 per acre if sold at j
once. $2500 cash, balance terms.
-PETERMAX-LANSDEX REALTY CO.,
For free phone 3266 i rings black. J
Ysleta, Texas.
s
I
Classif y-Too Late to Classify
One Cent a
i ROOMING HOUSES FOR SALE.
We bae two good money making
I propositions, one Z blocks from P. O.
I The other 3 blocks from library. Both i
neatly furnished and in the -best of
locations. Let us show you and quote
prices and terms.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 21 and 22 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Phone 491.
BEST BARGAIN EVER OFFERED.
6 room modern home on 4 lots on
corner. Owner must sell and has of
fered to give It away for $2300. Is
this cheap enough?
Pence Bros., Sole Agents,
217 Texas SL
w.vt- ptivr.,imr '.rnn
Qn 4oxl22 foot corner, close in; fur
nace heat, 6 large rooms and basement;
highly colored art glass windows, large
living rooms mission finish, cement
porch, walks and curb; most admired
cottage In city; just being completed;
terms to suit.
Fisk, Trnst Building:.
BUILDING SITES ON RIO GRANDE ST.
Have 8 lots, including corner, on Rio
Grande St. Will sell cheap and loan
buyer money to build.
Pence Bros., 217 Texas St.
6 ROOM HOUSE ON 0 LOTS.
On lots 27, 2S, 29, 30. 31 and 32 in
block 45, corner Manzana and Estraya
Sts. The lots alone are worth more
than $2000, but 'we will sell at less
figures than that for cash if sold at
once- Inquire of Hardesty and Hin
kle, with
Hntfon Realty Co.,
224 Mesa Ave. Both Phones.
NEW HOUSE, PAVED ST.
94200.
Close in property just completed; 5
large rooms, half basement, large
sleeping porch, cement front porch un
der main roof; tinted "walls, expensive
electric and other fixtures; terms to
suit,
Fik, Trust Building.
INC03IE PROPERTY SNAPS.
15 rooms and store, modern brick, on
corner 91x81, bringing now $75 per
month and rented cheap. This is 10
percent on 9000. Our price Is only
$5500, and can give good terms. Is this
good enough? 5 room modern home on
corner Texas SL, south front, 2 lots.
Make us offer as we must sell.
Pence Bros.. OYraers, 217 Texas St.
PARTIES interested in "Collier's The
National Weeklv" and our recent great
premium offer, drop me a card or phono
Bell 2506 and I shall be pleased to call
and explain our proposition; also to
renew old subscriptions. Fred Owen,
Agent, 1018 Myrtle Ave.
FOR SALE Fine African gander: will
weigh 27 lbs. Price $5. Phone 1SS5.
FOR SALE Team of good horses, har
ness and wagon cheap: third house from
Foundry hotel, San Antonio St.
FINE CORNER, RIO GRANDE. x
In 900 block, well built 5 room pressed
brick, highly improved grounds, trees,
cement walks, etc; close in lots con
sidered as first payment. Price $4750.
FIsk. Trnst Building:.
FOR SALE A iine business site hav
ing a frontage of 45 feet on El Paso
St., fronting east between Third and
Fourth Sts., and having a depth of 134
feet to the alley; adjoining a handsome
2 story business block recently erected;
full width sidewalk built and street
paved. The Juarez and southside cars
pass in front; title perfect. Lower El
Paso St. has steadily advanced and is
becoming more and more an important
business district, being the main Inter
national thoroughfare between the two
cities. This property is XOT in the
"disputed" zone. Price $9000. Terms,
$2000 cash and balance in 5 equal an
nual instalments at 6 percent Thomas
O'Keefe, Xo. 3, Chamber of Commerce.
A SOUTHEAST CORNER ON MESA
AVE. FOR 53750.
65x122 feet. This is the choicest
building site offered in the city and Is
without question the best bargain, lo
cation considered.
Lose Star Land Co.,
213 Texas SL
4 ROOM COTTAGE ON X. ANGE
FOR $2S50.
East front and a bargain, lot 42 feet
frontage; Is new and modern and our
terms are easy.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
BUILDING SITE ON CALIFORNIA ST.
40x120 feet, south front and a bar
gain, close In. Price S1650; terms.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
47 FEET ON N. CA3DPBELL
FOR 51100.
This is another snap, better investi
gate terms easy.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas SL
PARTY NEEDS THE CASH.
Has 3 houses and 3 lots all for $2000,
near Southwestern shops. See at once.
Moorc-McKenncy Realty Co.,
Room 9 Buckler Block.
LADY would like employment in doc
tor's office. Address G. 18, care Her
ald. WANTED Girl for general housework.
Apply 3 OS Texas St.
LADY would like position as cashier;
no experience. Address G. 18, care
Herald.
FOR SALE BY CASSIDY & DAVIDSON.
CHEAP H03IE PLACES.
CITY LOTS AND VALLEY LANDS.
EXCLUSIVE DISTRICT.
An excellent home of 7 large rooms
and reception hall, 2 story brick, broad
porch, supported "by brick columns,
every convenience you would expect to
find in a home of this type. High and
sightly, commanding a magnificent
view that cannot be shut off. This
beautiful home is in the finest section
of our city; lot 68x258, highly im
proved, flowers and shrubbery- This
was built for a home and is sure to
suit. See us for price and terms.
ON X. STANTON ST.
34x120. with a 6 room cotrage. We
regard this the best purchase in the
city for an investment. Buy it and
double your money. Only $6500; good
terms.
UNUSUALLY GOOD VALUE
In this home of 9 rooms and basement,
cement work all in; lot 56x120; only
$6500. We only ask $1000 cash, bal
ance in 5 years; best residence section,
north side.
BOUXD TO INCREASE IX VALUE.
8 lots on Texas St To meet pressing
obligations owner will sacrifice for a
quick turn; good terms. See us for
particulars.
TO SETTLE AX ESTATE.
Wft sn i!5 61 acre tract of land
in San Elizario considerably less than
market value. The land is level; fine
silty soil; signed up for water. V'H
consider anv reasonable offer. We have
also 10 acres fronting on county road
in the corporate limits of Ysleta. These
properties must be sold within the next
30 days.
Cnesidy & Davidson, Sole Assets
Rooms 4 and 5, Buckler Building.
Phone 92f
Word. No Ad. Less Than 25c.
. FOR SALE Pretty
dog, suitable for pet.
I aid.
little Chihuahua
F. A., care Her-
FOR SALE 8 room new residence.
Prospect Ave.; beautiful lawn, largo
back yard with trees and grass; good
view; reasonable terms. F. C, care
-Herald.
WILL TRADE $5000 worth of Al gold
silver mining stock for city residence
property in desirable location. Address
G. 43, care Herald.
LOST On "Wednesday afternoon, be
tween W. Missouri St. and Wells Fargo
building, large black pocketbook con
taining lady's gold watch, money, etc
Reward for return. 503 W. Missouri St.
FOR SALE Nice kitchen tables
each. 709 Brown St.
$2.00
FOR RENT 4 room house. Highland
Park. $12 per month. Auto. 2097.
LADIES WANTED Take work home,
spare time stamping transfers, $1 to $4
dozen; clean, fascinating; something
new, reliable, sure. "We guarantee
work. Write G. 37, Herald.
FOR SALE A Mosler patent safe; in
use 7 years; original cost $450, will sell
at $250. Apply H. R. Wood, room 25,
214 Texas St.
WANTED A young man who Is fa
miliar with bookkeeping and insurance
office work. Apply H. R. Wood, room
25, 214 Texas St.
"WANTED Light housekeeping
with sleeping porch, close In. V.
care Postal Telegraph.
room.
M. J..
WANTED Young lady to work in
store; no wages at beginning, with
chance of increase to good salary. Ap
ply at Highland drug store.
WANTED Delivery boy
Highland drug store.
at once at
FOR RENT 2 rooms for housekeeping
with every modern convenience. In
quire of Drs. Strang and Phelp"s7 709 N.
Oregon St. Phone 171.
FOR SALE All kinds fruit and shade
trees, evergreen, hedge, plants, vines,
etc Onion sets. Auto, phone 1458.
Call and see them. George Roller, 315
Sonora St.
SHOWCASE FOR SALE Apply E. L.
Allen, 320 Main and Mesa Ave.
SALESLADIES required for permanent
position .at Kress store.
SALESLADIES for permanent position
with reliable concern; proper compen
sation for services rendered: openings
for both experienced salesladies and
beginners. Postoffice box 488.
WANTED A No. 1 dining room girl.
512 Mesa Ave. Phone 2395.
FOR SALE 30 pit game cocks, all 2
years old; fine plumage.'fine condition;
no blinkers, no broken bllls; Warhorse
and Red Cuban cross. The Kempen
stock. Geo. J. Kempen, Seguin, Tex.
FURNISHED ROOMS for light house
keeping. 515-X. Stanton.
"WANTED Xicely furnished room with
sleeping porch by 2 young men; private
family preferred; no invalids. Write
25, Herald.
LOST Gold chain bracelet, each chain
separate; large square clasp with letter
M. engraved On it- Return to Hotel
Angelus and get reward. '
WANTED 2 rooms and board for 3;
references exchanged. Address G. 23,
Herald.
WILL PAY CASH for your surplus
horses and colts. 305 S. Stanton St.
MUST SELL AT ONCE Owner leav
ing town has new 5 room house, built
for" a home. Price cut to $3250 if taken
at once. This house is $500 under ac
tual value. Be quick; terms. HAW
KINS BROS. "Homes Our Specialty."
VENDORS' LIEN NOTES wanted. We
can use ?2o,000 worth. HAWKINS
BROS.
"BOSTON" Fire Insurance Co. The
best is cheapest. HAWKINS BROS.
FOR RENT i room brick, block
from car line; new. HAWKINS BROS.
. j
room 2 story
$0300 FOR A NEW 9
brick, south front, close in.
Only $800 j
cash to handle this. HAWKIXS BROS.
ON RIO GRANDE ST. A new 5 room
brick, cement porch, south front. All
we ask is $3600. HAWKINS BROS.
STOP YOUR RENT $500 down and $35
a month, including interest, will buy a
new 5 room brick, close In, $3500.
Xever been occupied. HAWKINS BROS.
"Homes Our Specialty."
FOR SALE Furniture in 9 room house
for $250; 7 rooms rented; close in. Ad
dress C. L. H., care Herald.
950 A WEEK PROFIT.
25 rooming house, near P. O.; sacri
fice. 8 rooming house near cltj' hall;
low rent. -Other snaps. Bailey, 216 St.
Louis St.
120 ACRES OF LAND
lli- miles north of Anthony, 75 acres
level as the floor, cleared and ready
for plowing, balance uncleared but un
der water right and can be irrigated,
with the exception of about 5 acres;
4 room house and hall, adobe, rock
foundation and good roof; windmill,
6 inch casing, 2000 gal. tank, plumbing
for water In house; about 40 assorted
fruit trees bearing. Price $50 per acre.
This lies in the Anthony country
where uncultivated land is selling for
$75 to $100 an acre, and alfalfa land
from $125 to $200. This sounds like
"hot air," but I can deliver the goods
Pw C. Bailey, new office, 216 St. Louis
SAX AXTOXIO ST. BUSINESS ROOM
In the best location in the citv. ran
be had with a 3 years lease by buying 1
a small stock. The lease is worn, :
twice the amount of the stock. Wilt
sell for cash or trade for El Paso prop
erty. See Hardesty at
Hntton Realty Co.,
224 Mesa Ave. Both Phones.
FOR RENT New modern 8 room cot
tage, 2314 Wyoming: St. oDnosit R. w
shop3. Apply Hatton Realtv Co. Both
phones. "
.
TVTED":Larse tract smooth land for
retailing; also large ranch, running
water and well, grassed; suitable for
sheep and cattle. J. W. Wilson, Dal
hart, Texas.
FOR REXT Neatly
nOO E. Rio Grande.
furnished room.
SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING.
Want Investors, homeseekers, miners
bank, merchants, contractors, carpen
ters and plasterers, to investigate the
town of Oscura for business. The fine
yalley lands, where you can get free
homes near by. where the large irriga
tion dam will soon be built; 15
mining companies have commenced
work; l coal mine opened up, 1
large smelter, -some 60 families
Oscura, some uptodate steel fronts. We
are located on the main trunk line of
Rock Island railroad. 12S miles north
of El Paso at altitude of 5000 feet
For farther particulars call or address
E. G. Rafferty. Oscura. N. M.
FOR SALE 2 large mules, 15 head of
horses, mares and colts from $20 up.
Also delivery wagon almost new, cov
ered hack and harness. 305 S. Stan
ton St. Kell.
LOST Back comb set with rhinestones
in form of bunches of grapes; reward
if returned to Herald office.
FOR RENT Furnished room, private
porch, bath; no sick. Bell phone 2164.
1119 X. Virginia.
PARTY LEAVING CITY has furniture
for sale consisting of birdseye maple
bedroom suite, golden oak bedroom
suite, three-quarter oak dining room
set, china closet, buffet, large table and
chairs. Odd pieces. Iron bed, table and
rocker. No. 5 Brazos Flat.
WANTED Vocal pupils; terms reas
onable; will go to house if preferred.
Phone Bell 1232.
BUY A NEW HOUSE.
TtrA. ockll ffiom enmo nrint nfhpkrc oclr t
for old ones. Five new ones close in
just finished. All have sleeping porches
n.nn cement, iruiiL u-urcn. uiiuer luuiu
roof. Terms to suit anybody.
Fisk, Trust Building.
FOR SALE Electric
condition. Call Bell
particulars.
piano Tin good
phone 2796 for
FOR SALE CHEAP Lots 29 and 30.
block 23, in Highland Park; close to
car line. Address Mrsj Dee Mullen, Las
Cruces, X. M.
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
COUNTY OF EL PASO.
To all those indebted to or holding
claims against the Estate of Clara R.
Davis, deceased:
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed and qualified executor of the
estate and under the will of Clara R.
Davis, deceased, late of the County of
Los Angeles. State of California, by
A. S. J. Eylar, judge of the County
Court of El Paso county, on the 10th
day of January, A. D.. 1910. during
the- regular term thereof, hereby no
tifies all persons indebted to said es
tate to come forward and make settle
ment and those having claims against
said estate to present them tp him at
the office of Davis & Goggin, 418 Trust
building, city of EI Paso. El Paso coun-
j ty. Texas, where he receives his mail.
j. ins wiu uay ui January, .a. u.. lyiu,
Chas. H. Davis,
Executor of the Estate of Clara R
Davis, deceased.
JilASONIC NOTICES.
EL PASO LODGE NO. 130, A. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
E. W. S. Xeff, Secy.
J. D. Mason. W. M.
Masonic Relief Board 3rd floor, Ma
sonic Temple. Office hours: 10 a. m.
to 12 m. L. E. Glllett, -Secy.
Called meeting Friday, Jan. 2Sth, at
8 oclock p. m. Second degree. Refresh
,ments. MASONIC FUNERAL NOTICE.
The funeral of Brother Joseph Car
penter will be held Friday, Jan. 28,
and the members of the lodge are re
quested to meet in the lodge rooms ztz
2 p. m. Friday to attend the funeral
services. A full attendance is desired.
Bv order of W. M.
E. W. S. Xeff, Secretary.
SELECT JDANCING ASSEMBLIES,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
THURSDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS.
MONEY AND METALS.
Nerr York Quotations.
(By Associated Press.)
New York, Jan. 27. Money on
call
I'uvpi percent.
Prime mercantile paper, 45 per
cent. Clowns' Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 52.
Desilverized lead, $4.674.72.
Copper, standard and March." 13
13.
Mexican dollars 44c. -v
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.95.
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 52
Copper wire bars (cts. per lb) 13
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 13 y,
Lead (London sales prices). .13, sl2, d6
Lead (New York sales prices) $4.70
v eekly Averages.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal,
Ttnr !1it' CO on
Copper ..13.54
NEW YORK LISTED
STOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Amalgamated si
American Smelter 91
Anaconda 511$
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 71
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul ..146
! Colorado Fuel & Iron 37
, Erie Railway 2S j
.axissourj, .uiisa.a cc icxtts 42
Missouri Pacific .. 67'
Reading 155
Rock Island 41
Southern Railway 29
Southern Pacific 127.
Texas Pacific 31
m
luiSm u
Union Pacific 1S4V I -Uiepnant iUKe a am as soon as the con
United States Steel, common .".". S2 i demnation proceedings for the right of
Wabash 20 ' vray ncm" in Pr5ress are completed."
'" 1 That in brief is the way Mr. Davis-
Mm.-7i.- v TnniTiTk m,, 1 summed up the situation. Being next in
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS portion to the director of the service.
chief engineer Davis's statement that
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Adventure 8
Arizona Commercial 39 yz
Boston Corbin 19
Boston Consolidated
-d.. -,omir.n
20
Butte Coalition 27
Calumet & Arizona 64
Centennial
Copper Range
Daly West
East Butte
Franklin
Giroux
Granby
Greene Cananea
Hancock
Helvetia
Isle Royal
30
79
S
IO14
18
10
95
9
24
5
23
66
15
S
23
23
2
13
41
46
9
15
J Lake Copper
l,a sane
Mass.
Miami
Michigan
Nevada Colsolldated
Newhouse
North Lake
North Butte
Old Dominion
Ojibway
Shannon
UNLISTED STOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Superior &. Boston 14
Superior & Pittsburg 14
Tamarack 64
Trinity S1
U. S. Smelters, common 46
Utah Consolidated 39
Utah Copper 52
Wolverine 145
Arizona-Michigan, part paid . SOc
Black Mountain 40c
Boston Ely 3
Butte BalaklaVa .". 11
Butte & London 22c
Cactus . . . 5
Calumet & Arizona 1
Chino Copper Co 12
Chemung 2 11
Chief Con. 2
Cordova, part paid 1
Cordova, full paid 3
Cumberland Ely r. 7 Yz
Cole Development 40c
Davis Daly 3
Denn-Arlzona 3
Ely Central 1
Gila Copper .'I 9
Inspiration Copper 8 15-16
Live Oak Development, .".' rtiS
Lake Superior & Arizona 1
Majestic. Copper of Utah SOc
Mason Valley ' , 2",
Xat. Min. Ex. . . . 55c
New Keystone '. .. 5 H
Ohio Copper ." ...4 9-16
Pinto Copper ... 22c
Raven 60c
Ray Central 3
Ray Consolidated 23
an Antonio part paid . .
Shattuck
8
20
4
j'tiiu.
Superior &. Globe, part paid 1
Tonopah 6
Warren 2
Warrior 12
Wolverine & Arizona ... 90c
Yuma 1
Indiana . .. 29
South Lake .' 10
Grain and' Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
Wheat
Jan ..
May ..
Corn
Jan . .
May ..
Oats
.$1-12
.$1:11
. 63
. 67
P l'.ll
Jan
571&
May 47. 47&
Chicago Provisions. Close.
Pork
Jan $20.50
May 20.S7
Lard
Jan $11.S0
May !. 11.70
Ribs
Jan $11.62
May 11.37
LIVESTOCK.
Kannas City Livestock. Close. .
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 27. Cattle
Receipts 3000, Including 200 southerns,
steady. Native steers. $ 4.7.") 7.10;
southern steers, 4255.7o; southern
cows, $2.75 4.50; native cows and heif
ers, $2.606.00; stockers. and feeders
S3-.255.G0: bulls, $3.7o .:i): calves,1
$3.758.00; weste-n steers. $4.506.50;
western cows, $3 00475.
Hogs Iteo-ip; '-i9f 5-f?l0e higher,
bulk, jfSOBS.SO; heavy. r5 iufb T.A;
packers an-I otitchfrjj. "$" ! "-."u: lisrht
$7.808.15; ofgs. -$.:". 7 ,,.
Sheep Receipts U0). t.-idv Mut
tons, $4.505.75; lambs, ?6.50S.10; fed
wester 1 wethers and ji-urimgs, $o.00g
7.40. fed western owes. $4.50 3C 30.
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago. III., Jan. 27. Cattle Re
ceipts 6500; weak. Beeves, $4.107.40;
Texas steers. $3.75g4.S0; western
steers. $4.005.90: stockers and feed
ers. $3.005.30: cow and heifers, $2.00
5.40; calves. $7.00 9.25.
Hogs Receipts 18.000. 310c higher.
Light, $7.95S.30; mixed, $S.00S.40;
heavy, $S.10S.45; rough, $S.108.20;
good to choice heavy. $S.208.45; pigs,
$6.907.90; bulk. $S.20S.35.
Sheep Receipts 10.000 steadv. Na
tive, $3.905.85; western, $3.905.90;
yearlings, $ 6.70 g 7.75; lambs native,
native, $6.00S.30; western, $6.00S.30.
Fort Worth Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex., Jan. 27. Cattle
Receipts 2400; hogs 5000. Steers higher,
tops $6.00; cows higher, tops $3.80;
calves steady, tops $4.80.
Hogs Higher, tops
COTTON.
Galveston Spot Cotton.
Galveston. Tex., Jan. 27. Spot cotton
quiet, unchanged: middlings, 15c; to-
oay s
bales.
sales, 94 bales; to arrive, 100
WOOL
St. Ionl "Wool. Cloe.
St. Louis. Mo.. Jan. 27. Wool
changed. Territory and western
un
me-
diunis. 25028, 'fine
line, 1221.
mediums, 2024;
ELEPHANT BUTTE
WORK GOES AHEAD
Chief Engineer Says Work
Will STot Be Delayed
After Condemnation.
Arthur P. Davis, chief engineer of the
reclamation service, Jias returned from
Mexico, where he has been 'on a per
sonal business trip for the past week.
Chief engineer Davis was met here to
day by Louis C. Hill, supervising engi
neer, and, together with W. M. Reed,
district engineer in charge of the Engle
dam, a consultation was held at the
reclamation service office this after
noon. "We expect to resume work on the
ork will be resumed as scon as possi-
ble on the Elephant Butte dam. Is
worth several times its weight in gold.
"I understand secretary Ballinger is
favorable to the project," Mr. Davis said
this afternoon. "The rest of us arc and
the onlv thinsr that could delnv it t!
lack of funds and my impression is that j
funds will be supplied for tne work as
rapidly as needed. We expect to go
ahead with the work without farther
delay as soon as the condemnation pro
ceedings aro completed."
DO YOU LIKE A GOOD SHOW?
Read The Herald's opinion of "The
Lion and the Mouse" and decide for
j-ourself if it is worth seeing tonight.
Oii Trial for Murder.
Reno, Nevada, Jan. 27. In the trial
of Mrs. Mae Talbot, charged with mur
dering her husband, the blood-stained
garments worn by Talbot on the day he
was shot were introduced in the evi
dence bj- the state. The attorneys for
the defence endeavored to prove by the
state's witnesses that Tnlbot's death
was caused by pneumoi ia. a hemor
rhage and pericarditis, and not from a
gunshot wound.
Have you a weak throat? If so, you
cannot be too careful. You cannot be
gin treatment too early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another and
the last is always the harder to cure.
If you will take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy at the outset you will be saved
much trouble. Sold by all druggists.
Mass Meeting to Be Held at
, Courthouse Friday Night.
Protestants-Talk of an In
junction. What is a consumer? Upon this ques
tion rests the argument of the two sides
in the present water agitation over the
minimum unit charge, for water service.
The water company says it is the ulti
mate consumer, the one using the water
rhile the opponent to the order of the
umtea oiatcs courc instructing tne re
ceiver of the International Water com
pany to charge the minimum unit rate,
say it is not the ultimate consumer but
the owner of the property who is the
consumer as referred -to In the contract
of the water company which permits it
to charge a minimum of 90 cents water
rent per mouth.
3IasM Meeting Called.
The opposition to the proposed mini
mum unit charge has taken definite
form. A mass meeting has been called at
the courthouse for Friday evening ct 8
oclock at which the consumers will'pro
test against the SO cent charge for each
family unit using water from the In
ternational Water company. Patterson &
Wallace and P. E. Gardner have been
employed as attorneys by the nien lead
ing the protest to fight the enforcement
of the unit charge and a petition to r
judge T. S. Maxey. upon whose ruling,
as judge of the United States district
court, the receiver was given power to
make the additional charge, and even an
ininnction is "being talked of by the
men behind the public protest.
Xotices in both Spanish and English
have been published and it is expected to
have a large crowd of the water users'
present at tne xaeeua.jj r naay evening,
inono innrn no nw tdihi cup
JUHlIHa uMlu Or tin InlAu blNb
When a day of attention, to witnesses, j 100 'persons who coaegated in Camp
the argument of counsel and the 'noise i bell street to listen to me sweet strains
of the. courtroom is over, the jury in the
Carpettter murder trial adjourns to the
east balcony of the second story of the:
courthouse. and there sins old time
songs to forget the tworriesof consider
ing testimony for a few orief hours.
Wednesday a sextet was formed
among the "jurors said after the moon
had risen and the comet twas no longer
to 'be seen, raey adjourned To the quiet
corner and entertained a crowd of nearly
rillij uniluu bfiLu ilLLiu 10 b I nh ilTib
Paris France, Jan. 27. At 3 oclock this afternoon the Seine showed a
rise of two Inches since Its subsidence at noon. There have been caveins of a
dozen streets.
The Red Cross, aided by a substan tial check from ambassador Bacon, has
come to the relief of starving Paris. Today soup kitcnens were established at
a hundred points. J. Pierpont Morgan has cabled $20,000 for relief work.
The foundations of the famous National Porcelain factory at Sevres are
sinking. In many places in that vicinity the rush of water was so rapid the
people had no time to leave their homes.
,
-
ews-
realties
Trnia Uullelln.
afternoon trains are reported on
Ail
time.
C. L. BHliBgton. 70S Magoffin. Tel. 1489
painting, paperhanging. decorating.
Robberies Discovered.
vCheyenne, Wyo., an. 27. A long series
or robberies of baggage, express and
United States mail are claimed to have
been discovered byCTnion Pacific detec
tives. L. H. Semple, an expressman, and
C. E. Olson, a baggageman, are under
arrest and others are held pending an
investigation by postoffice inspectors.
Noticla Importaute.
Se les avisa a los consumidores de
agua que" el Viernes en la noche a
las ocho habra una junta en la casa
de corte para protestar y defendernos
de los 90c que quiere cobrar la corapa
nia de agua a cada persona o familia
que use la agua de la ciudad.
For el Comltc.
Panoclie Bar, 23 Cents.
Saturday only, we will sell our de
licious 40 cents a pound Panoche Bar
for 25 cents a pound.
Potter Drag Co.
Drs. 3Iasrndcr and Mapcs, dentists.
Drs. Magruder and Mapcs, dentists.
We don't work o- negioes.
' Drs. Mngruder and Mnaos, dentists.
References: Ask anyone.
May Inuerit Fortune.
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 27. Celeste Marie
Le Moin. the young daughter of Charles
O. Tucker, who was murdered here by
Elvira Bunkehnan, may become heir to
the furniture dealer's estate of more
than 50,000. Tucker always admitted
the paternity of Celeste and influential
people here will endeavor to
jet the es-
tate for her.
Pnuoclie Bar, 25 Cents.
1 Saturday only, we will sell our de
licious 40 cents a pound Panoche Bar
for 25 cents a pound.
Potter Drng Co.
Important Notice to Water Users and
Consumers.
A meeting is called at the court
house for Friday evening. January 2S.
1910, for the purpose of protesting
and taking action against the proposed
charge of SOc by the water company to
each person cr family using city water.
By Committee.
The following lawyers have moved
their offices to 411-413 Caples Bldg.
beymour Thurmond.
E. W. Earl.
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming.
Chinese Invade Macno.
Paris. France, Jan. 27. From Lisbon
comes the dispatch that the Chinese have
invaded Macao and that a cruiser has
been ord-ed there The failure of the
Chinese and Portuguese governments to
. i
It is understood that J. M. Wyatt, re
ceiver and other representatives of the
International "Water company will be
present at the meeting to defend the
course of the company in making the
additional charge, while the people who
are-leading the protest against the rals8
I in the minimum rates will have a num
ber of speakers prepared with facts and
figures
just.
co show where the charge is un-
Owner Cancels Contract.
The owner of 'a tenement building has
found a solution of thedifficulty which
the unit minimum charge placed him in
as a renter of a number of tenement
houses. This morning he called at the
water co-mpquy office and canceled his
contract for the tenement building. This
relieves him of any responsibility of
paying the water rentals at his building,
it being up to the ultimate consumer to
arrange for each individual water sup
pl3 at his own expense. This will mean
much more bookkeeping for the water
comp"any as each consumer- becomes a
water renter Instead of the owner of the
building, but the water company of
ficials say even this will be the means
of bringing In much additional revenue
that has been lost in the past, under the
old single unit scheme for a building.
Estimate Increase.
Another owner of a number of tene
ment buildings in the south part of the
city, who is Interested In the mass meet
ing Friday night, has stated that his
water bill will incrense-from $12 at the
present time to $72 under the new aya-
,tem of charging-
I Mayor Xon-Conmittl.
Declining to discuss the water situ
ation, mayo: Sweeney said this morning:
."There are too many- people trying to
run the city's business; if 'there are any
outside, who think they can do beitetr
1 than is being done, let them hire attor
neys uiu gu uucau mui .c uinra.
for some of the jurymen are singers.
The sestet is composed of Ml H. Mc-
f Galium. J. H. Jforgon. Huh A. McLean,
H. K. JicGIffitoeje, 1, Jd- laie and Ueorge
.Ferguson (under" ifche direction of deputy
sheriff H. G. Van Haselen.
When a. lengthy repertoire of old time
songs had been sung "Wednesday night
one of the jurors suggested that they
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her
"S
-Now.
come to an agreement of this disputed
territory led to the anticipation of some
definite action by tne Chinese.
KnigMs Templar Ntlce.
Special conclave of El Paso common
dery No. 18. Knights Templar, called
for Friday afternoon at 1:30 oclock
sharp, for the purpose of attending the
funeral of the late Sir Knight Joseph
Carpenter. A full attendance is de
sired. By Order of the Eminent CemaiaKiier.
Edw. W. Pevr. Receiver.'
Dr. Detvrtler, 6?e, ear, nose
throat. 214, 215 Trust Bldg.
and
Wall Falls; Five Mangled.
Cincinnati, O., Jan. 27. Blown T)ver
by a wind storm, the walls of a recently
burned five story brick building demol
ished a rooming house here last night.
Five people were removed front the
debris last night, all being terribly in
jured. Special, ladies purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Dr. Prentiss, specialty- diseases ot
stomach and Intestines. Trust Bldg.
Drs. Pstet. A "Ratllf movpfl to 2nd
floor Caples Bldg.
R. B. Bias FEel Ce.
Wood, coal. Teea,. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
Btreot. Phones: Bell 849; Auto, 1849.
Less we forget, let's keep our money
at home and still get the best, 'Globe
Flour.
Saturday is the day, Ardoin's
putce of the big meat sale.
the
SKELETON" FOUND
IN EXCAVATION
Site for Neff Warehouse
Was Burying Ground
in Early Days. ,
The skeleton of a man, who died
with his boots on, was unearthed by
workmen engaged in excavating for
the new E. E. Neff company storage
building on Santa Fe street this after
noon. Two holes, apparently bullet
holes, were plaiply visible through te
skull of the skeleton, indicating that
he went over the divide by the hurry
up route.
The body was found nea,r the old
McGlnty hill, which was a government
burying ground for the soldiers who
died at the old fort on the river bank.
A few decayed boards showed that tho
man had been given a decent burial,
although nothing by which he might
be identified was found except a rusty
knife.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets: They
do the work whenever you require their
aid. These tablets change weakness
Into strength, Ustlessness into energy,
gloominess into jpyousness. Their ac.
tion is so gentle One don't realize they
have taken a purgative. Sold by all
uruggists.

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