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Tuesday, February 8, 1910.
A LETTER FOR YOU.
Replies sent in care of The Herald
office were awaiting' the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
iater than one week after beinp bulle
tined: CM. H. C.
CLE I. 112
C. C. J. 175
F. 392 L. 2S3
H. K. P.
FOR REST 2 housekeeping- rooms,
close in, ?15 per month. Phone 215S,
FOR RENT Niceiy rurnlshed front
room. SOI Wyoming.
OFFICES FOR REXT Choice modern
offices, center of city, all cars pass
door. New Herald building. Apply 213,
BUILDING SITE BARGAIN'.
One block from car line; south front,
50x140. Price only $575on easy month
See H. 1j. Howell,
213 Herald Building.
LOT AXD HALF BUILDING SITE,
close in, level. Price $1175 cash; great
bargain; no agents
II. L. Howell,
Herald Building. Second Floor.
G3 FEET, CHIHUAHUA ST., near W.
San Antonio Price $3850; easy terms.
H. L. Howell,
213, Second Floor, Herald Building.
PRIVATE TABLE BOARD Bassett
Flat 7. Mrs. J. P. McFadyen.
WAXTED One Mexican boy for dining
room and three Mexican girls for kitch
en, references. 206 St. Louis.
"WAXTED Man who thoroughly un
derstands setting out and caring for
fruit trees under Irrigation. Apply to
Rio Mimbres .Irrigation Co., Deckert
block, Deming, N M.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
THE PHOENIX-EL PASO BUILDING
COMPANY will build you a bouse any
where in the city, or you select the
lots and we will buy them and build
the house according to your own plans
and give you long time EAST MONTH- i
LT payments. We own some or tne
best south front building sites in the
city and if you desire a home, one built
just as you wquld have it, come in and i
the best and know we can please you. j
BEFORE YOU BUY OR BUILD come ;
In and see what "we can do for you- !
This is an El Paso Institution. El Paso
capital. Interested in the upbuilding of
GREATER EL PASO and we want you
o know about it.
PHOENIX-EL PASO BUILDING CO.,
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 21 and 22 Bassett-Edwards
Building. Phone 491.
FOR SALE 15 acres, alfalfa and orch
ard, good 4 room house 2 miles from
Las Cruces; easy terms. Hawley Real
ty Co., Las Cruces, X. M.
WHAT YOU SHOULD BUY FN HOMES,
RANCHES. .AND VACANT LOTS.
a DANDY 4 room red pressed brick, l
practically new. located on good corner J
in East El Paso; convenient to South- I
western shops-and the brewery. J
Only $2330. Will take ?100 cash, bal
rtii'p Si'2Tl T)fr mnnth.
51SoO BUYS a pretty 4 room cottage
on 2 full lots, 1 block from car line.
East El Paso. An ideal little home.
Will sell on easy terms. We have a
number of vacant lots in East El Paso
that can be bought right. See us at
once as property is advancing faster in
this addition than any other part of the
A SWELL 5 ROOM cottage built of
red pressed brick, close la on Rio
Grande St.; everything modern and
without a doubt the prettiest little
home in the city. 2 full lots. $4800;
$4300 BUYS a cozy little- home close
in on paved street, north of tracks. This
is unquestionably the best bargain In
the city. Owner says it must go. Make
your own terms.
BEAUTIFUL 2 story S "room resi
dence on corner of Rio G-rande and
Lee Sts, Built of ihe best material.
Every feature of its construction sub
stantial, large rooms, basement,
screened porches, in fact it has every
known convenience. See us for price
S7 ACRES in the best farming dis
trict in the Mesllla valley 20 miles
north of El Paso, mile from rail
road, every foot in cultivation. 30 acres
In alfalfa, perfect title and complete
water rights. $113 per acre, easy
40 ACRES mile from Anthony;
fine level land in high state of cultiva
tion. About 25 acres in alfalfa. Owner
says he must sell and has made an ex
ceedingly low price.
SEE US AT ONCE. Tou are sure to
succeed in getting a bargain If you
look for the firm of Mathews & Dyer,
and you are safe' on profits. Our motto
Is to give our customers the best price
we can possibly get from the owners.
MATHEWS & DYER.
117 X. Stanton St Both Phones.
OLD MEXICO AXD SOUTHWEST
TEXAS LAXDS, large tracts our spe
cialty. BUTLER REALTY CO.,
81 u X. Oregon, Next to St. Regie.
4 lots on W. Missouri St in the Ste
vens addition. Price $8000. Terms U
cash; balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 8
An ideal new 8 room 2 story mod
ern brick residence on Arizona St
Price $6800. Terms, cash, balance
1 2 and 3 years at S percent
1306 E. Overland St, 4 rooms and
bath, modern. $19.00.
407 S. El Paso St, a firstclfics and
uproaat siure roam. i.uu. j
A firstclass livery stable, suitable 1
for garage; close in; 100 by 120 feet
Will lease or rent by the month. $75.
BEIIR S: WATTS.
WE WRITE FHtE INSURANCE.
CITY XAT. BAXK BUILDING.
WE HAVE $30,000 TO LOAXT OX EL
PASO REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
WAST ADS BY TELEPHONE.
The Herald has arranged to take
want ads by phone. "vcll Bell ililS,
Auto 1115 up to 2 ocloclt' daily. Your
ad will be received, insprted promptly
and collected for next day-
ww sn & & r W 0 9
o Classify-- I oo Late to Classify
One Cent a Word. No Ad. Less Than 25c.
SXAP BUY IX VALLEY LAXD.
15 acres close in on county road;
good house, pump, all cleared. Price is
$100 per acre less than anything can
be bought in valley; close in. Be quick
Pence Bros., 217 Terns St.
Owner must sell.
8 room 2 story, ,10 foot sleeping
porch; every convenience that a wo
man would want; 45 feet front; just off
Montana on Lee St.; good terms. A
Mathews. & Dyer,
117 X. Stanton St
A REAL SXAP.
Modern 4 room brick, south front, 3
lots, 75X140, shade trees, fruit trees,
sheds and chicken house; East El Paso,
1 block from Park car line. If you
want a place you will buy it at $2250.
D. G. Keincraan, 207 St. Louis St.
4 CORXER LOTS, BLOCK 94, EAST
For only $1200 the 4. Better see
them. This is a bargain sure.
Lone SCar Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
HANDSOME COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS
Is on 2 lots well located in East El
Paso; is new and modern; never been
occupied. We can deliver it on a small
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
65 FEET OX CORXER MESA AVE.,
On paved street, paving paid;" can
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
TWO LOTS ON BROWN ST. CORNER,
Beautiful building site. See us
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
YES. I AM GOING TO MOVE TO 20S
About February 15th. Just across the
street in the room now occupied by the
Oriental Palace, where I will be pleased
to see all my old patients and many
new ones. My trade has grown so
rapidly that I need more room, because
I have made glasses right
Geo. D. Kendall,
207 Mesa Ave.
REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE.
READ THIS A?D INVESTIGATE
Bargain No. 1. 15 rooms and store
90xSl, on, corner, bringing- 10 percent
on $9000. Bargain price S5500; can
Barsjaln No. 2. 2 lots 5 room mod
ern home on corner on Texas St. Price
is only $2600; can give terms.
Bargain Xo. 3. 26 feet on Kansas St..
near court house, for 6000; shoulc
Bargain Xo. 4. 4 lots on corner on
Texas St., for $2500. 3 building sites.
If you are looking for investments in
El Paso property you cannot beat the
above. We are placing them below
market to sell in order to dIssol-e part
nership in the business. We have tried
to make this plain to you. Investigate
and come and see us.
Owners. 217 Texas St.
XICE FRONT R003I FOR REXT 307
WAXTED Responsible employment by
middle aged woman In business or do
mestic life. In or out of town. Address
L. 238, care of Herald.
WE CAX GET YOU Q.UICK RESULTS
If the price Is right. List your prop
erty at once.
McKenncy Realty Co.,
Room 9, Buckler Block.
WANTED A Chinaman who under
stands all kinds of American cooking.
357 Myrtle Ave.
FURNITURE FOR SALE About $150
worth of furniture, used only a few
months for $50. Call at 1147 Nevada
St, before 6 p. m.
HAVE A CASH BUYER
For 4 or 5 room house.
McKenney Realty Co.,
Room 9 Buckler Building.
WAXTED Refined governess, to go to
Santa Barbara, Mexico; 2 children; ref
erences. Apply 113 N. Octavia, city.
FOR REXT 5 room cottage, 800 N.
Ochoa. Apply at 806 X. Ochoa.
FOR SALE Studebaker electric car,
model 1908. Cost $1750 when new.
Owner leaving city. For a quick sale
"WAXTED 2 unfurnished rooms by
mother and 2 daughters; permanent.
S. 23, care Herald.
REDUCED TO S4700 FOR A QUICK
Modern 6 room red pressed brick, 2
full lots, south front, large attic, up
todate bath, exposed plumbing, fine
lighting fixtures. This property has
been reduced from $6000. See us for
Cassidy it Davidson.
Rooms 4 and 5, Buckler Building.
WANTED Good reliable carpenter and
plasterer .to buy lot and locate at Os
curo, X. M.; to such party will give
contract to complete 3 business build
ings. 8 room cottage at once. E. G.
FOR REXT 4 rooms for light house
keeping on Brown St, near Magoffin.
Address Reynard, care Herald.
FOR SALE. WHOLE OR IX PART One
; of the finest homesteads in upper val
j ley, 190 acres finely located, substantial
improvements, truxt, alfalfa and grain.
This will go at a bargain with stock
and equipment Address Owner S. 44,
DOX'T LET Pr SLD? THROUGH
Your fingers. There is money to be
made on it A modern 5 room cottage
on Prosjpect Ave., near Carnegie li
brary. Only S4500; your own terms.
You need pay no car fare here.
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building.
LOST Brindle Boston bulldog, screw
tail; liberal reward. Return to E. De
Merce, care of CalisherTs or Delmar
WANTED Saddle, bridle, harness ana
runabout cheap. Address C. L. Raguet
P. O. box 242, El Paso. '
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms en suite
for 2 gentlemen; close in. Inquire of
Mrs. Emerson, Herald office. N
FOR SALE Furniture of a large room
ing house, special bargain prices for
few days ojily. Young's El Paso Fur
niture Co., 406 S. El Paso
FOR SALE Kimball automatic piano
and a0 rolls music; almost new a bpr
galn. P. O. box 251.
STRAXGERS IX THE CITY "
Get located in a nice neighborhood
We have some swell homes, north side
Residence section. Prices and terms to
iuit We can save you money.
Cassidy fc Davidson,
xtooms ana o. Buckler Building
WANTED Young man about IS years
oi age; must nave reference, dh oan
FOR REXT 2 nousekeeping rooms
with porch; modern; rent $18. 1309
FOR REXT Light front room with
privilege of light housekeeping; rent
reasonable. 1014 X. Campbell.
MOVED TO 300 MESA,
R. C. Bailey for Real Estate.
R003IIXG HOUSE BARGAIN" Genuine
snap. Let us show you. New office,
306 Mesa, Orndorff Hotel. R. C. Bailey.
NEWLY furnished and housekeepinj
rooms. 1011 N. El Paso.
PAY RENT TO YOURSELF.
It is to your interest to read this over
once and .then " some more."
YOB, ARE PAYING RENT.
You collect rental receipts. The house i
you rent advances in value. The land
lord gets it nnoflier way. We can sell
you a swell 5 room cottage in the best
residence section, Montana St.; paving
and walks are all paid for. All we ask
is $300 down and $25 per month. The
price Is only $4200. Cut this out and
come in to us. We will tell you all
CasIdy & Davidson.
Rooms 4. and 5 Buckler Building.
PIANO FOR SALE.
New mahogany Adam Schaff, No. 18,
Leaving city. Also have beautiful set
of French china; will saccriiice. Call
Phone Auto. 1216.
8 room modprn home.
6 room modern home.
Pence Bros., 217 Texas St.
tn established real estate business here
in city; 'can show man with little
money best thing in the way of invest-
j ment in the city.
uusmess, oare zieraxu.
HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS.
3 room modern brick with bath, $1650;
$100 cash, balance $15 per month. 7
room adobe house for only $800; $100
cash, balance $20 per month.
Penee Bros., 217 Texas St.
A NEW" OXE FOR YOU.
We are just completing a new 5 room
cottage on Boulevard, paved district;
walks and curb in. This house has 5
large rooms, besides a 10x12 sleeping
porch, and will be finished in the best
of style throughout. $500 down and
balance to suit will take it. Let us tell
you more about it.
Andersou-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Phone 491.
COO ACRE RAXCH
In White mountains. 12 miles from
Capiian, all patented land, plenty of
good running water, 25 acres under
cultivation, 4 acres in orchard, 5 year j
old trees, 4( acres alfalfa; many acres
more can easily be put under cultiva- j
tion; plenty of rainfall to raise good j
crops without irrigation. An excellent j
rancch proposition and the climate un
surpassed. Price $10 per acre or will .
trade for improved El Pasd or valley
property, tee us tor iurtner particu
lars. Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett &, Edwards
Building. Phone 491.
DO YOU WANT TO TRADE;
Six room house near shops and foun
dry, Bassett's addition, to trade for lots
or valley land.
A BUILDING SITE, 37 FEET.
Front on Willow St in Bassett's ad
dition to trade for anything.
UNI3IPROVED VALLEY LAND
To trade for city property.
AN EXTRAORDINARY ALFALFA
One mile from Las Cruces highly im
proved with over $4000 in buildings.
The yield from this place was $4500 in
Room 15. Morgan Bldg. Phone 224.
52000 WILL BUY
A 5 room modern brick house on your
own terms. This price will not last
W. T. Downing,
209 Mesa Avenue.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN".
7 horsepower boiler, used only 1
week. Perfect condition; same as new. J
Standard Electric Co.,
107 S. Stanton.
LOST Gold bracelet, on Sunday. Re
turn to Mrs. Sauer, 715 Myrtle Ave.,
and receive reward.
WAXTED Furnished homes by per
manent parties. No sick or children.
Can furnish the very best of references.
G. A., care of Herald.
GEORGE ROLLER, at 325 Sonora St,
has on hand all kinds fruit and shade
trees, vines, California privet and onion
sets. Call and see them. All orders
delivered the day received. Call on
me. Auto, Phone 1458.
Blue stone cottage, 327 Erie St, High
land Park, lots 50x120, well improved;
good metal roof building on rear of
lots; suitable for barn or garage; one I
of the finest view in city. This property
is on Highland Park car line; 10 min
utes ride from heart of city. Inquire
WAXTED AT OXCE I have $225 wortn
of diamonds to exchange for firstclass
bedroom, sitting room, dining room and
kitchen furniture; must be good. M.
WAXTED Position as stenographer or
collector and stenographer; 7 years'
experience; can furnish satisfactory
reference. P. 19, care Herald.
WAXTED Young man handy with
tools; speaks Spanish; wants any kind
of work. Address A. W., Herald.
ALFALFA FARM FOR SALE.
170 acres near Anthony, N. M., all best
quality silt soil. Cream of the valley.
For price and terms see.
Bradford Hardie, Owner.
1930 Arizona St
OXE LOT ATiD A HALF on Boulevard,
$1400 if taken at once.
One 7 room house, east front rents
for $20 per month. Will take $700 for
With Hatton Realty Co., 224 Mesa Ave.
OXE 4 R003I- HOUSE on a full lot,
fine location. Will take $500. Pay for
same as rent
With Hatton Realty Co., 224 Mesa Ave.
rtTTrT.-'E -x'TTi x t -c cth fnr sale on San
Antonio, in the heart of the business
district Stock of goods for sale with ,
or without lease, owner nas tu icu.vc
city. This is a snap.
With Hatton Realty Co.
vnj? atc -nTT-.ATITFFTJL HOMES
5 room beautiful modern red pressed j
oricK on corner for oniy .ou; uau bjvb
terms. 6 room modern red pressed
brick, cement porch, barns, sheds; all
fenced, on 2 lots. If taken this month
will sacrifice fir $3"00. "We must sell.
Pence Bros.. -17 Texas St.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
Never before have we offered such
great bargains as are on our books
now. HAWKINS BROS.
FOR TRADE, GET CLOSER IN. Here
Is a modern 5 room brick west of Cot
ton Ave.; will trade for 4 room brick in
Highland Park or other additions. Sel
dom do vou have an opportunity like
this. $3500. HAWKINS BROS.
THIS 31 AN wants a bargain. Said to-
day he had $50,000 to put into El Paso
property in the next two months. What
have you? Cottages will be considered.
3rUST GO THIS WEEK, at some price.
Owner leaving city; has already cut
price from $4000 to only $3250; built
last year. It is a 5 room cottage 1
block from Arizona car line. HAW
FOR TRADE OR SALE Modern 8 room
2 story brick, south front on Arizona
St. This house is west of Octavia. House
is too large. Owner will trade for
smaller cottage, balance $500 each year.
Price $6000. HAWKINS BROS.
SOUTH FRONT ON RIO GRANDE A
new bungalow just being completed, 5
rooms, $3600. HAWKINS BROS.
BIG SACRIFICE. HERE IS A SNAP
Owner in hospital, must have money.
Owns bungalow, 6 very large rooms,
close in, worth $5500 but must sell
$4550 if taken quick. HAWKINS BROS.
ON BOULEVARD AND ONLY $3250
Red pressed brick, 5 rooms, south front
and easy terms. HAWKINS BROS.
ON PROSPECT. CLOSE TO LIBRARY
5 room brick. $4200. HAWKINS BROS.
3 ROOM BRICK ON N. EL PASO ST
win mvo cur fare. S3500. HAWKINS
EL PASO IS GROWING and so are
HAWKINS BROS. If you want to grow
buy El Paso property.
FOR RENT New 4 room brick,
block from car line in Highland Park.
$1S 4 room furnished, flat, 720 Mundy
We. HAWKINS BROS.
LUNCH COUNTER doing good business.
Must be sold. See Hardesty. Hatton
Realty Co., 224 Mesa Ave.
FOR REXT Fine business location in
heart of business district. Apply Hat
ton Realty Co., 224 Mesa Ave.
WAXTED Boy to drive delivery wa
gon; must have bicycle; no loafers
j wanted. Call at Pioneer Bakery, bu
FOR REXT S room cottage, new, mod
ern; located 2314 Wyoming, opposite S.
W. shops. Hatton Realty Co., 224 Mesa.
FOR REXT Nicely furnished room in
a modern home; splendid location; close
in. Bell phone 1626.
FOR RENT $4.50 per week for 2 nice
housekeeping rooms; gas range and
sink; close in. 40S Wyoming. Auto.,
FOR RENT New modern 5 room up
todate flat, first floor, $25; corner El
Paso and Nevada. Bell phone 2356.
EL PASO LODGE XO. 130, A. F. fc A. 31.
Regular meetings 1st and 3ra
Wednesdays of each month.
E. W. S. Neff, Secy.
J. D. Mason. W. M.
Masonic Relief Board 3rd floor, Ma
sonic Temple. Office hours: 10 a. m.
to 12 m. L. E. GUlett. Secy.
Called meeting Tuesday, Feb. 8. at
7:30 p. m. First degree and lodge of
A.fc A. S. RITE OF FREE 3IASOXRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. IT. McCuIIongb, Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLIES,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
WED. AXD SAT. XIGDITS.
MONEY AND METALS.
New York Quotations.
(By Associated Press.)
New York, Feb. 8. Money on call
Prime mercantile paper. 45 per
cent Closing Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 51.
Desilverized :ead, $4.67iA4.72.
Copppr, standard, $13 13.20; March,
Mexican dollars 44c.
Spelter (St Louis quotation) $5.70.
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 51
Copper wire bars (cts. per lb.) 13
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 13
Lead (New "iork sales prices) $4.70
Lead (London sales prices) . .13, s7, d6
Weekly Averages. ,
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal
Bar silver 52
NEW YORK LISTED
.(By Special Wire to The Herald from
' H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Amer. Smelters 77 jZ
Brooklyn Rap. Transit 49 $t
Chi., Mil. & St Paul 14514
Colo. Fuel & Iron 34
Erie Ry 26
M., K. & T 39 U
Mo. Pac ' 67
Reading '? 157-&
Rock isrand 43
Southern Railway 27
Southern Pac 121
Texas Pac .- 27
Union Pac ISO
U. S. Stee-., com 764
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.;
Calumet & Ariz
Greene Cananea .
Nevada Con v
Sup. & Boston
Sup. & Pittsburg..
... 21 "
. . 40
U. S. Smelters, com 4- A
Utah Con 3
Utah Copper 4
(By Special Wire to The- Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.j
Ariz.-Mich.. pt pd c
Black Mountain 3;JC,
Boston Ely jj
Butte Balaklava jj
Butte & London -c
Cal. & Montana
Chlno Cop. Co
Cordova, pt pd -...-.-
I Cordova, full pd
j Cumberland Ely
niln Hnnnitr .
Inspiration Cop 8f
Live Oak Dev 20
Majestic Cop. of Utah 9-'c
Mason Valley 2
Nat. Mng. Exp 3c
New Keystone -
Ohio Copper 4
Pinto Copper 22c
Ray Central :...3 1-16
Ray Consolidated 20
Savanna, pt pd 2
San Antonio, pt pd 8
Superior & Globe, pt pd Hn
Tonopah .. 6
Warrior . 12
South Lake 10
North Lake 17
Q-rain and Provisions.
Cliicngo Grain; Close.
July 1.01 fc 1.01
May 46 46J,
Cliieago Provisions. Close.
May $11.S7 11.90
ICnnsnx City Llvetopfc- Close.
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 8. Cattle
Receipts 9000, Including 300 southerns;
steady. Native steers, $5.007.25?
southern steers. $4.50 6.40; " southern'
cows, $2.75 5.00; native cows and heif
ers, $3.005.50; stockers and feeders.
$3.405.50; bulls $.8.6005.10; calves,
$4.009.00; western steers, $4.756.50;
western cows, $3.005.00.
Hogs Receipts 11,000; strong to 5c
higher; bulk, $S.358.65; heavy, $S.60
S.70; packers and butchers, $8.45S.65;
light, $S.25(gS.55; pigs, $7.008.00.
Sheep Receipts S000; steady. Mut
tons, $5.006.50; lambs, $7.50S.75; fed
western wethers and yearlings, $5.75
S.20; fed western ewes, $5.006.15.
Chicago Livestock- CIosc.
Chicago, 111., Feb. S. Cattle Re
ceipts 11,000. weak to shade lower.
Beeves $4.307.60; Texas steers, $3.90
5.00; western steers, $1.10 6.00; stock
ers and feeders. $5.105.45; cows and
heifers, $2.205.70; calves, $7.009.00.
iort worm JLiiveszvcK. -ioe.
Fort" Worth, Tex.. Feb. S. Cattle
Receipts 1600; hogs 1200. Steers high
er, tops $5.60; cows higher, tops $4.00;
calves steady, tops $5.50.
Hogs Higher, tops $S.o0.
St. Lout Wool. Close.
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. S. Wool
changed. Territory and western
Boston Wool. v
Boston, Mass., Feb. S. While the lo
cal market is a trifle more active, the
general demand continues light, tne
buying coming mostly from small man
ufacturers who seek the coarser grades.
Merinos and fine wools are neglected.
Values are firmly maintained and no
reduction is anticipated before the ar
rival of the new clip. Ohio one-quarter
blood is held unchanged at 35 cents
and some low grade territory has been
sold at 45 to 50 cents, with 70 to 72
cents for fine scoured.
Texas offerings are attracting some
attention and the pulled wool business
Galveston Spat Cotton.
Galveston, Tex.. Feb. S. Spot cot
ton steady, unchanged; middlings, 15c;
56 bales; to 'arrive, 700
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the payroll In El Paso.
TRAIN WAS ON
Texas & Pacific .Trainmen
Testify Regarding Death
John Lang and W. H. Dear, conductor
and flagman respectively of the train
in which W. F. MeGonagill was killed at
Toyah Monday morning, appeared before
justice Watson this afternoon to give
Lang testified that they were eight
hours behiml time and, owing to the fact
that there was a heavy fog. they were
he had stopped the train and sent the I
However, the flagman said that he
was on the front end of the train and
saw the other train approaching at a fast
rate of speed. When his engineer put
on air brakes he jumped and then the
crash came.' The engineer of the other
train was found lying on the ground
with a broken leg.
MeGonagill was found in the car back ?
of the emigrant car in which he had
been riding, his right forehead smashed
in and death evidently having liaen In
stantaneous. One horse was found on top
of the emigrant car and the only living
things in the ar were some chickens and
a dog, all the horses having been killed.
The emigrant car had been telescoped
but di not leave the .rack.
S4th DISTRICT COURT.
Judge James R. Harper, Presiding-.
Harrison Page, charged with receiv
ing and concealing stolen property; on
trial. Page, a former employe of the
municipal blacksmith shop, is alleged
to have received stolen property from
Guillermo Armstead, who has ben In
dicted on a charge of robbiiVg the East
El Paso grocery.
41st DISTRICT COURT.
Judgo A. 31. Walthall, Presiding.
E. J. Hunter, vs. Santa Fe railroad;
suit for $20,000 damages; compromise
affected, plaintiffs paying $750.
Monday, Feb. 11
No. 7619 C. W Greek s LI ho
Electric Ry. Co.
No. 7640 Mathews & Dyer vs. Hum
No. 7504 Milton Melvin vs. F. A.
Thursday, Feb. 17 t
No. 5719 W. P. Skov vs. Texas &
Pacific Ry. Co.
No. 7401 A. A. Rosenbush vs. Fair
No. 7799 E. S. Newman vs. F. A.
No. 738S Burton Lingo & Co. vs.
Monday, Feb. 21
No. 7567 Fred J. Nickle vs. A. T. &
S. F. Ry. Co.
No. 7191 M. A. Bracy vs. El Paso
Electric Ry. Co.
No. 7S5S B. E. McBrayer vs. Port
land Cement Co.
No. 7744 Juan N. Elizando
Cazenabe, alias Felix Robert.
Thursday, Feb. 24
No. 6785 Burton Produce Co. vs. C.
No. 7514 C. O. Coffin vs. W. P. Skov.
No. 5612 Jay Good vs. II. B. Stevens.
No. 302 W. E. Porter .vs. Jos. U.
'Monday, March 14
No. 7411 C. B. Bell vs. Jno. -P. Carey,
No. 7421 J. A. Coggin vs. Flix Mar
tinet. Thursday, Marcn 17
No. 7S41 J. H. Byrd vs. J. F. Mitch
im, et al.
Monday,, March 21
No. 7S76 Estate of Lydia Patter
Monday, AprH 11
No. 7678 Emma Payne vs. J. Stolar
off, et al.
Lest we forjret let's keep our m,onev
at home and still get the best Globe
AH afternoon trams ire reported on
Drs. Masrnder and 3Inpes, aentlsts.
Ring 353 and ask for our list of Len
ten foods. Jackson's. "
When you can't find rabbits elsewhere
llelvin's, 20S X. Stanton.
Dr. Cameron, Dentist, for reliable den
tistry, reasonable prices. Office over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed
Lenten suggestions, as to what to
eat. by the score, just come In and see.
Jackson's. Phone 353.
Drs. iiagruaer and 3Iapea,. dentists.
References: Ask anyone.
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming.
You can be better served during the
Lenten season at Jackson's.
See Us in Our Xew Shop
The cleanest place in town.
Melvin Meat Co., .
206 N. Stanton.
Drs. JIagrniler and 3Iapes- dentists.
We don't work for negroes.
Ask Jackson what's good to eat dur
ing Lenten season. Phone 353.
Dr. Bush has removed nls office to
rooms 213-215 (second floor) Caples
Dr. Willis R. Smith, skin, genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Officii
rooms 201, 202, 203 Caples Bldg.
C. L. Billlnsrton. 70S Magoffin. Tel. 1483
painting, paperhanging, decorating.
Choice meats at all times.
Melvin 3Iea Co.
206 N. Stanton. Same phones.
Lenten season is here ahd we art
prepared for it. Ask us to tell you
what we have. Jackson's.
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the payroll in El Paso.
Special, ladles purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, nortlrside plaza.
Dr. Starker. 31S-319 Canles -Rid"-.
practice limited to diseases of eye, ear,
nose and throat.
Xovr Have a Good Cup of Coffee.
It isn't all in the knowing how to
make coffee, the first rule is the know
ing what coffee to buy, and that is
very simple, buy Chase & Sanborn's
Seal Brand every time. This is the
coffee that insures a good cup every
morning of the year.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Thursday only, we will sell our de
licious 25 cents a pound Peanut Brittle
for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Dnifc Co.,
We Have the Xecfettt
Little picture now on display ever
seen in Kl Paso. Just the thing for
school children, and the babies cry for
Stuart, 111 El Paso Street.
K. B. Bias ynel Co.
wor,q, coai. zeeu.. cement Blaster.
l!me- nIixifr paper. 1014 . Missouri
street Phones: Ball S49; Auto. 1S49.
All kinds Lenten foods at Jackson's.
Attention O JR. C.
You are requested to attend a special
meeting at Redmen's hall at 1:30. Feb.
9. to meet our legislative reDresentative.
Bro. C. F. Goodrich. At 2:30 he would
be pleased to have members of the B
of R. T., B. of L. E.. B. of "L. F. & E., B.
R. C. of A. and O. R. T. meet us at the
above hall for a union meeting.
Geo. L. StocIcwcII. Chief Condr. Xo. GJJ.
We Have 3Iovcd-
To 20C North Stanton; still selling
that famous corn fed beef.
3Ielvin 3Iet Co.,
We are well prepared for the Lenten
season. Ask for what you want, w t
have it. Jackson's. Phone 353.
Thursday only, we will sell our de
licious 25 cents ?i pound Peanut Brittle
for 15 cents a pound.
To all whom it may concern: X have
moved from the Texas corraj to my new
location, 61S South Stanton, called Saens:
Corral comer tanton and Fifth. We
buy, sell and trade alfalfa, horses and
wagons. Juan B. Saenz.
Globe F'our. best by test,
and the pay roll in EI Paso.
Rev. .Caspar S. Wright Talks
of the "Work of the Mis
Dr. Caspar S. Wright, pastor of Trin
r ity Methodist church, was the speaker
! at the luncheon of the- Laymen's Mis
sionary mo'venient .today. The tables
were crowded and Dr. Wright had the
earnest attention- of every diner for the
15 minutes that he spoke. Dr. Wright
said in part:
"I want to speak of this movement
from three points of view: First, what is
it? I is three years old and belongs to
the Unked States, Canada, England,
Scotland, Germany. Australia and Afri
ca. It has permeated every evangelical
church in the Protestant world. It is the
greatest movement since the great apos
tles to the Gentiles crossed from Asia to
Europe to send the gospel to that conti
nent and down the ages into this, and
back again into Asia, Africa and South
America and the islands of the sea. It
is the plan of God Almighty by which
the gospel shall be preached" to the
fartherest man of earth's remotest tribe.
'"It is genera or Interdenominational,
and it is denominational a movement
rather than an organization, an inspi
ration rather than an administration.
"The denominational movement is or
ganized strictiy within the churches and
is not in anything separate from the
"church. It handles no moneys except
through the regular channels of the
Its object is the evangelization of th
world. As a method it seeks to enlist men
in the one great mission of the church
asking them to give their time, money,
thought and prayers, work and lives to
sending the gospel to all for whom
Christ died. Underlying this we believe
that if you can be impressed with your
obligation on this line and the magni
tude of the task and the sufficiency
of your resources to meet this task that
you will rise in your strength and in the
strength of your Master and finish the
unfinished task in thts generation.
"The results already obtained have
justified belief in . the movement, Mani
festly the first means "to be used was
a campaign of -education. The first
command of the Lord to his followers
was .'to look upon the fields already
whlte-TTnto harvest' One reason why so
anany men have ananif esied so little inter
est in church work is because they have
vhad nothing to do. This uprising of men
for world conquest gives them some
thing to do.
"As one result already obtained, I cite
you the fact that 41,325,000 people are
today in direct reach of the gospel who
were not in touch of it one year ago. The
goal of history is the redemption of the
world This movement is the one method
by which that goal can be obtained.
How To Do It.
"How is it to be accomplished. We
have come to the point where you lavmen
will have to take hold of the thing and
work it out I have got to the point
where I want to see the laymen take
hold of every interest of the church. We
want praying men, men who are in con
stant communion with God, men who get
their ideal not from the counting rooms
of banks or merchants, nor from legis
lative halls or political systems, but
we want men who take their Ideal from
fellowship with the Son of God. These
are the men who can do the world's work
and none other. We can't afford to let
this thing fall into the hands of seini
seeular men who would, do the work now
and then. '
"The laiety of the church anust have the
spirit of Christ in them, and that every
day and hour, praying for it, working
for it, living for it, dying for it We
-want the church to get in this condition,
then you will have power to reach all
nations and we will lift the nations up
and give the world the spectacle of na
tions conquered without the blare of
trumpets, explosion of gunpowder, show
of battle or any of the horrors, of war.
We will give the world the spectacle of
nations conquered by the power of the
Prince of Peace.
The Church Interest.
"The one great Interest of the church
encompasses everything all interests of
life. I do not believe In any business
in which God is not a partner. Christ
does not endorse any system of legisla-
I tlon today In which he does not oceunv
the speaker's chair. Christ does not en-
he Is not recognized as Lord of all. Ev
erything in this movement must have
the endorsement of Jesus Christ, and
with Jesus Christ as leader it is not Im
probable, but altogether possible, that
his gospel shall be -preached to all na
tions upon the earth before the passing
of this generation.
Great Thing for Christians.
"This convention means things for
the Christian -men of El Paso. God 13
moving upon the minds and hearts of the
men of this city. Wfe need a little evan
gelizing ourselves. This movement means
the opening of the gateway for the
i transformation of our city, but the
church must swing Into line. With the
j unity of this movement it will not ba
long until a thousand deplorable vices
and wrongs now tolerated to this -coun-
j try will be swept away, and with the
supremacy of. the gospel will come a
greater, a cleaaer and a more wholesome
government. Tiere is a unity about this
thing that has never been seen In any
other movement, and in its final results
it means a great deal more to us than
alf cations of the world.
the simple preaching of the gospel to
l At the close of Dr. Wright's address
1 the various committees held sessions tc
consider the progress of the work. Re
ports showing much progress was made,
and there is a lively enthusiasm among
the men comprising the various commit
tees, pointing to a highly successful
meeting and one that will have a great
strengthening effect upon the churches
of the city. List of speakers will like
ly be announced next week, and it will
contain the names of some of the most
prominent laymen and ministers in the
United States, among them such men as
Samuel B. Capens. thp great carpet mer
chant of Philadelphia, who will also
speak at similar conventions at Houston
and Fort Worth.
Luncheons will continue to be held
each Tuesday at the Angelus.
iVEGRO ARRESTED AXD IS
HELD OX THEFT CHARGE.
Burt Cole, a negro, was arrested by
detective Monday and docketed as a
detectives Monday and docketed as a
charged with -having stolen an -s
watch from the home of Mrs. J. H
Mitchell, a negress residing at 33S Leon
street. He denied taking the watch
but when a detective found a watch in
his sock at the police station, he said
It had been given to him by another
negro. Finally he deolared that h
himself h-il fakn the watch as a
joke anl m'trded to return it. H
says thaf I. as b tn employed at
the racetrack, where he has been
charge of tae storeroom connected with