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Saturday. January 29, 1910.
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A Gas Heater
I These. Mornings-
In Comfort i
MONEY AKD METALS.
Of course, you sleep with your
windows open. And, equally of
course, the room is cold when you.
wake up in the morning.
It's a nuisance building a fire.
By the time the paper is in and the
krndling and the heavier wood on
top of that you are chilled through
What Vpu ought to have is a gas
heater. Then, all you have to do in
the morning is turn a valve, strike
a match, and your fire is going.
Let us show you the different
kinds of gas. heaters and how little
(By Associated Pres3.
New York, Jan. 29. Money on
Prime mercantile paper, 45 per
cent. - Closing Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 52.
Desilverized lead, $4.674.72.
Copper, standard and March, $13.20
Mexican dollars 44c.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.S5.
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 52U
Copper wire bars (cts. per lb) 13
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 13
Lead (London sales prices) . .13, sl2, dS
Lead (New York sales prices) $4.70
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining- Journal
Bar silver 52.29
NEW YOEK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
American Smelter 92
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 73 hk
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul ..1481
Colorado Fuel & Iron "9
Erie Railway 29 3i
Missouri, Kansas & Texas -2 7s
Missouri Pacific 69
Rock Island f-
j Southern Railway 29
Southern Pacific 129 U
Texas Pacific 31H
United States Steel, common 84
United States Steel, common
El Paso Gas &
Bell Telephone 98 Auto 1098
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H Bru Co., Globe. Ariz.)
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LEAVE PARIS CAFE;
NMSH ITT FS
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"Wife of Merchant Dines said.
Wines; Then Spends
Night in Jail.
Paris, France, Ja"n.
29. An exciting
cene . was witnessed in
'here lately- "Dhe proprietor had been
making great preparations or some
festivities, and was looking forward to
taking in a good round sum, when, to
his delight, two women, dressed in the
height of fashion, sailed into his es
tablishment. The appearance of such
high class customers was more than
he had ventured to expect in his most
sanguine moments, and his satisfaction
"was speedily enhanced by the very lib
eral order which was given by this
couple of Graces, including a bottle of
The host was bustling about the place
when he received an invitation from
the women to partake -of the cham
pagne with them. Much flattered, he
proceeded to their table, buf his joy
soon turned to dismay when he per
ceived that this could not be the first
bottle they had set themselves to empty
that evening. Their faces were flushed,
and they gave vent to loud laughter.
which drew the attention of the other
customers to the corner In which they
were installed. "When they became s6
riotous that no doubt as to their con
dition could any longer be entertained,
the unlucky landlord felt constrained to
ask them to sup elsewhere.
By way of replj they set themselves
to the 'apparently congenial task of
playing havoc with bottles, glasses
and erockerj', and when a valuable
table was upset and smashed the host
thought it high time to appeal for aid
to the police.
Escorted by four agents of the law
the women were then conducted to the
nearest station, where they were
searched. One had $350 in her pocket
in banknotes. She was, she said, the
wife of a provincial merchant, and, hav
ing cashed a check for $600 that morn
ing, she had, on the strength of this.
Invited the friend who was with her
to spend a day in her company and
they paid out a couple of hundred dol
lars for wine. The two women were
kept In the lockup all night, and in
the morn'ng the merchant, -who had
been searching for -his wife in every
direction, called to claim her. Ere she
left the station she paid for all the
damage done by herself and her friend
at the cafe.
Adventure . . . . - 8 y
Arizona Commercial 42
Boston Corbin 20
Boston Consolidated 20
Butte Coalition 25
Calumet & Arizona 70
Centennial ...' 29
Copper Range ' .f. .' 19
Daly West S
East Butte 10
Giroux . 10
Greene Cananea 10
Isle Royal 23
Lake Copper ' 7 1 14
La Salle 16
Mass .' 7
Michigan .' 7
Nevada Consolidated . 23
North Lake 1G74
North Butte 41
Old Dominion 47
DEATHS AND BUEIALS.
Ycu Gan Dure Thai Bsckseh.
Pain along the back, dizziness, head
ache and general languor. Get a pack
age of Mother Gray's Al&TKALLVX-
Cristobal Varela, aged 24 years, died
suddenly yesterday at his home on Tor
nillo street, of tuberculosis which he
contracted seven months ago. He was a
brother of Mrs. Juan Franco, wife of
the deputy sheriff.
ISABiSL DE RIDYARD.
Isabel V. de Ridyard, 41 years of age,
died at her home in East EI Paso
Thursday. Funeral arrangements await
the arrival of a son.
(By Special "Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru vCo.,:Globe.,, Ariz.)
Superior & Boston 14 H
Superior & Pittsburg 14
United States Smelters, common .. 47
Utah Consolidated 40
Utah Copper 52
"Wopverine , . . 140
Arizona-Michigan, part pa"id SOc
Black Mountain ., 40c.
Boston Ely ' 3 "3
Butte Balaklava 11
Butte & London 22c
Calumet & Mont 1
Chino Copper Co ' i.. 13
Chemung ." 1 fl'
Chief Con. ' 2
Cordova, part paid . . 1
Cordova, full paid ..." 3
Cole Development ... ,. 40o
Davis Daly .r. " .. 3
Denn- Arizona .-.'. 3
Ely Central 1
Gila Copper -..l.. s
Inspiration Copper '"...". , 9
Live Oak Development 24
Lake Superior & Arizona-. . -24
.Majestic copper of Utah . L-0c
Mason Valley .. '..... 2
Nat. Min. Ex 55c
New Keystone u kr&
Ohio Copper ; f 41
Pinto Copper 1 20c
Raven ..-. 70c
Ray Central ..." .-. ;.. 35
Ray Consolidated '. '.'.'.'.'. 23 ,
Savanna, part paid " " "pu
San Antonio, part paid ' 7 yj,
Sierra i... '.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.".'.I "4
Superior & Globe,- part paid . . 1 L
Tonopah . nri . .' .--'.' R.,
arren ,u. . - xu
"Warrior . ."T '.'.VI .. .. ..'."... 13 "
"Wolverine & Arizona 90c
xuma . . ,i
Indiana " .
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1 1111 WINDSW 33i
I Big Bargains in O
I Mission Dining Tables
j Xo. 4809 Mission Dining Table with solid
g pedestal, worth $23.00; tf- r ft?
I sale price tj)lU. O
i Xo. 4009
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Monday we enter the second week of our bio- clearance sale of fur
niture. This sale is proving most successful and for its second
week equally as wide a range of bargains will be offered as was
given fche first week. Everything is included at clearance prices
and all present fiu'nitui'e needs should be supplied here. It would
even be good business to anticipate future needs, for it is a cer
tainty that the prices now offered cannot be duplicated later.
Carpets and rugs are not to be overlooked. The coming week still
further reduced prices are offered on these.
Clearance Sale of
Xow is the time to brighten up the home with new curtains and
draperies. Prom oxu-large stock it is impossible to quote indi
vidual items, and prices. Instead -we make one sweeping reduc
tion. We offer during Clearance sale,
a straight reduction of 33 percent on'
on all curtains and draperies.
ining Room Furniture
Xo. 3763 Mission. Dining Table, regular price
is $22.50; sale d? 1 iC OEf
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Mission Dining Table, would sell
regularly at 21.00; Clearance (J f A iy f
Sale price is pl. U
Xo. 67 Mission Dining table,
worth $20.00; sale price only..
$30.00 CHINA CABINETS $22.50
Quartered Oak Dining Tables
Xo- 166 Quartered Oak Extension Dining
Table, worth $19.00; 1 Q QA
gale price p jLxJwJJ
Xo. 873 Quartered Oak Extension Dining
Table, worth $16.50; & 1 1 f A
sale price P UU
Xo. 401 Quartered Oak Extension Dhting
Table, a $15.00 table; & 1 fl l
sale price PJLv o jtO
Other Dining Eoom Furniture
$40.00 Quartered Oak Buffets; ftQ f(
Clearance Sale price t PfeCLlU
$28.00 Quartered Oak Buffets; rilQ Qp
Clearance Sale price piLaoozO
Golden Oak Dining Tables
Xo. 301P Golden Oak, 8-foot Dining Table,
it's -wortn $18.00; rt A ELfl
sale price tPlcUv
Xo. 100 Golden Oak Extension Dining Table,
an $1S.50 value; C? ! O OS
sale price !pXt0
Xo. 6115 Golden Oak Extension Dining Table,
one of our best $15.00 tables; & - f g
sale price "3 p JL XI frO
Xo. 3200 Golden Oak Extension Dining Table,
well worth $7.50; 2?5 Ct C
sale price ...." $Dt)j
Xo- 5711 Golden Oak, solid pedestal Dining
Table that is worth $23.00; A g np
sale price pXt30
$15.00 MISSION SERVING- TABLES $11.00.
d Iron Beds
Xo. 1059 Massive Brass Bed, w,6rh' $36.00: Sale
i J' J, ih. tffc. est &k twt.
is sAv.-... 3&3i&U e are selling our stock of Iron Beds at 25 to 33
Xo. 2769 Brass Bed with bow foot, "regular price is off the regular -prices. This comprises about 39 styles
KVlpe . 17.T8 8
Xo. 1739 Brass Bed, the kind that you would buy
willingly at $28.00; reduced for J $IQ fill
January Clearance sale to 99iQy
Xo. 1635 Massive Yernis Martin Bed, worth $15.00;
Xp. 466 3-4 Yernis Martin 'Bed, worth $7.00 Sale
$18.00 Brass Beds ,with
2-inch posts, for
$18.00 Brass Beds, with bow foot . AM
either brisrht or satin finish for wJ
in iron beds, various designs, colors and sizes.. If you
have need tor a sanitary, well constructed, nice look
ing iron bed, buy next week at
" 25 TO 33 OFF..
$12.50 values for $9.45
$ 7.50 values for $5.75
2?ig Extra Specials 2
Sanitary Couches at each $3.85
Woven wire cots, with supports at each 1.95
These are Art Felt Mattresses. They are made to sell
at $10.00. You can buy 'em next week at $7.45
Kitehcn Stovss and Pangas
We have left a limited number of
..'Garland." and other" reliable
makes in kitchen stoves and
ranges. These will be closed out,
next -week, at a fraction of their
Grain and Provisions.
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Special Discounts on Chairs
A big item in Clearance Sale is a
large and complete line of rocking
chairs. These are offered at re
ductions ranging from 25 to
33 1-3 less than regular prices-
Trinidad Cordero, 11 years of age.
LEAF, the pleasant root and herb cure daughter of Hilar.Io Cordero, residing at
nr an ivianey, taauaer ana urinary u xenm street, died Thursday,
troubles. When you feel all run down, Funeral services were held vesterdav at
tired, weak and without energy use this the iSacred Heart rhumb
rpmarUah1 onmhination of nature's ' tne -acTa -"eart cnurcn.
herbs and roots. As a regulator it has
no equal. Mother Gray's AtiNtraMi
L.esf Ss sold by Druggists or sent by
mail for 50 ts. Sample sent FREE.
Adiress, The Mother Gray Co., L,e Roy,
Juan, on of Francisco Guerra, residing-
on Stevens street, died Thursday
at the age of li years.
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iflHiiaUo ill UID olliiyd Knowing About j
ChicaKo Grain. Close.
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The big meat sale will, continue at
Ardoin's until 9 tonight.
Ben Miller, the watch doctor. Stanton
and Texas streets.
Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand coffee
Stetter & Schneider's meat sale con-
is intended for people who appreciate : . , o ""V"u. '
3-ou one of them? Jackson's. " """ " '"S"1-
aualrfy. Are ;
"Don't fail to attend Ardoin"s big- meat
sale yet tonight.
L-et Ben Miller fix the watch. Texas
aua Stanton streets.
Attend the big meat sale 'at Stetter &
Get a pound of fine creamery butter.
Only 40 cents tonight at Ardoin'-s. -
The finest meat for the least money at
Why not use the very best coffee?
It's economical. Chase & Sanborn's
Seal Brand costs only one cent a cud.
j Ben Miller, expert watfeh maker. Stan
j -ton and Texas streets.
7.50; Texas stfers, $3.75 4.15: west
ern steers, $.)05.90: stockers and
feeders, $3.005.40; cows and heifers,
$2.00(,5.50; calves. $7.009.25.
Hogs Receipts 15,000; weak to shad?
lower. Light, $7.95S.35; mixed, $8.05
8.45, heavy, $S.15S.4o. rough, $3.15
S.25. good to choice heavy, 8.25
8.45; pigs. $6.907.90, bulk of sales,"
Sheep Receipts 2000, steady. Na
tive. $3.905.90. western, $C.905.90,
vearlmgs. 56.75 7.75.x lambs, naJtive,
$C.008.30; westernv $6.00S.30.
Fcrt "iVorth Liiiestoek. CIohc
Fort "Worth, Tex.. Jan. 29. Cattle
Receipts 500; hogs $2000. Steers steady,
tops $4.60, cows steady, tops $3.50;
calves steady, tops $5.00.
Hogs- -Steady, tops $S.J0.
"When you-; buy SedgWiick creamery j
butter Js dust as if you had matie it j
3'ourself. JacksonV 1
1 Good .meat for little money at Stetter
j & Schneider's tonight.
Getfhome dessed qultry at Ardoin's
lOinsns CHy Livestoclv. CIorc.
Kansas City. Mo.. Jan. 29. Cattle
Receipts 200, including- 100 southerns;
steady. Native steers. $4.757.00;
southern steers, $4.255.50; southern
cows, $2.75 4.50; native cows and
heifers, $2.605.50; stockers and feed
ers, $3.255.25: bulls. $3.504.90;
calves, $3.75(5)8.00; western steers, $4.50
y-6.00, western cows. $3.00 4.75.
Hogs Receipts 2000; weak. Bulk.
$8.10S.30; heavv, )?S.30(?iiS.40, pack
ers and butchers, SS.10g)S.35; light,
$7.608.25; pigs. $6.757.75.
Sheep Receipts 200; steady. Mut
tons. $4.25g;5.C0; lambs, $6.007.85; feu
western wethers and yearlings $4.75
-40; je(i -western ewes, $4.255.35. v
Chicago Livestock- Cloxe.
Chicago, 111.. Van. 29. Cattle Re
ceipts 800; dull, weak. Beeves, $4.10
Galvestoii Spot Cotton.
Galveston. Tex.. ,. Jan. 29 Spot cot
ton quiet; middlings. 11; todav's
sales, none; to arrive, 500 bales.
St. Lonii Wool. Close.
St. Louis, -ho., Jan. 9. Wool
changed. Territory and western
hne mediums, 2024;
HAS NEGRO PRISOXUR.
Sheriff Mj'les, of Enid, Okn., arrived
in the city last night having m custody
J. P. Lewis, a negro wanted at Enid on
a chai-gre of obtaining money under false
pretenses. He captured Lewis in Los
Angeles and will leave on the T. P. this
$ AMERICAN STORY TELLERS &
& AND THEIR YARNS. &
Lillian Russell, discussing- th new
coiffure that requires .either seien feet
of hair or a "switcn," sa'd with a
"It is amazing how the fashions
change. The change si fast It is
Too Late to Classify
rnnirr. HOIIES FOR SAL.B
MAYFISLD REALTY CO.
Tf vou lo not see what you want
on this lLt come up to see us.
have many more to select from.
NEW G ROO"5I BRICK, 93250.
It seems a shame to quota a price
Hifo rhlfi on this property, but it mus
BOXT THROW VWAY
Pay it on a place of your own and
begin to get a stake in the community
U e have a choice proposition to offer
yOU. A modem S rnnm Sc ,,r.V
t I nS" nly: $200 down- balance $M
t 1 per month: nriee 4znn y
be sold at once as the owner is v" Lnnsidy & DavidoH.
up and must have some cash at once, j Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building
It is brand lew, well constructed and f Phone 920.
modern in every respect. Built or red
pressed brick. This price is less than , H R vOOD is lioVTVC
cost to construct. From his office in bulldn-"nj- ,.v
HERE IS A FIXE II03IE CHEAP. Texas St. to rooms feosrJntl
Consists of S large rooms and a den. building. He will be readv fnJ.1 ,
soutn front, close In. This fine home noss infathose offlc' V 1 y ttl?1!
has 4 porches, 2 large ones in ironi anu see ijIm . - n-"," ami
t 2 in the rear. The large one, uiiil-.,
the paneling and many ocner au.uti.vu GOOD COOK vmvtot - -T J
features make this a ve-y desirable G0a V" -$TK mtzvaily of z
I home. All the rooms are tinted in Herald Parti" 17' care
1 soft shade-, and the woodwork is Jin- j
hard to keep up w ith them A palm
ist reading my hand one day, said:
"'Shall I tell jou. Madam, who will
be your future husband?'
"'Oh, dear no,' said I. 'Tell me what
kind of hats will be worn next month.' "
IsheJ in dark oak. There are closets
and cupboards, enough of them to suit
anv woman. If you want a nice home
see this one. The price is $6300, on
nearly anv kind of terms.
viXTZ BUIIA5IXG SITE.
Vz lots on 1000 block of Nevada St.,
south front, SISl'o.
XEVADV ST. HOME.
' We have on this desirable St. a beau
tiful home of 7 large rooms. Every
thing complete, such as walks, retain
ing wall, fence, etc. $6300 takes it.
RIO GRANDE ST. HOME.
See that elegant S room new house
on Rio Grande St. Nothing in town
like it for the money. Modefrn in
Mayfield Realty Co.
FOR REXT. f
modern S room home.
Pence Bros. 217 Texas S-
IIAD PISTOL AND RAZOR.
E. Levez was arrested at the Stan on
street bridge this morning by hnicigra
tion inspector Jonah ruul dekmed at U e
police station on a charge of arrymg a
phtol and a razor. FT- said ha ae
bringing them over fo a friend who
Hies in Juarez.
ADS 1ST PnCJTE.
Call Bell 115. "Auio 1115. tel) what
vou wish to bj sell or rent and Tha
Herald w.H do the rest.