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A. B. G. R, 17
B. 50 V. ISO
O N. O. Salesman
G. 3200 3057
J E. A. 480
M. 156 3057
M. L. 77
O. S- 221
31EN WANTED QUICKLY by big Chi
cago Madl Order House to distribute
catalogs, advertise, y$21 weekly; $50 ex
pense allowance. Manager, 1224 State
HOMES ON EASY PAY'MENTS.
Why pay rent when you can buy
homes for less than it will cost to build
ind the lots given to you?
8 room house, $150 cash, balance $25
per month. Price $2600.
3 room modern and bath, $100 cash,
balance $15 a month. $1G50.
5 room modern. $200 cash, balance
$25 per month. Price 2800.
f room adobe house, $100 cash, bal
ance $15. Price is only $800.
Yc have several more modern homes
we will be pleased to show you and
give you terms.
Pence Bros., 217 Texas St.
WILL TRADE FOR V. L. NOTES.
One of the best built and best located
residences in El Paso. Will trade for
notes at price that have held for cash.
Write P. O. Box 209.
INC05IE PROPERTY SNAP.
15 rooms and store, new, on corner,
now bringing 10 percent on $9000; snap.
Price is $5500 and terms.
Peace Bro., 217 Texas St.
THE BEST INYEST3IENT
On the market. Lots in Tobin, Texas.
Buv now. They will be worth a lot of
money to you in the near future. $1
down? $1 per week, buys a lot. Call at
office for booklet, corner Franklin and
El Paso Sts.
-WANTED Good cook for small family.
WANTED Board with private family;
willing to pay reasonable price; Ameri
can preferred!; references exchanged.
Address Hotel Angelus, room 321.
FOR SALE 3 year old horse, saddle
and bridle, $45. 510 S. El Paso.
CLOTHING. HIGHEST PRICE paid for
second hand clothes, shoes, "hats and
furniture. Phone Bell 266.
VACANT BUSINESS PROPERTY.
50 feet fro-m court house, 26x120; will
sell at snap or lease.
Peace Bros., 217 Texas St.
FOR SALE Pony, harness and run
about: very gentle. Party leaving for
the east. 701 N. St. Train.
DRESSMAKING Reasonable prices, at j
51 E. Boulevard. .Ben pnone nam.
WANTED American saleslady, ono
that speaks Spanish, witih store experi
ence; recommendations required. 216
21 S San Antonio St.
VALLEY' LAND. VALLEY' LAND.
Biggest snap ever offered in valley
land only 4 miles out. 15 acres on
county road; house, all cleared and
one-half in cultivation.
It2re Bros., 217 Texas St-
WANTED Several large young mules;
mut be good ones. Write
P. O. Box 209.
WTLL PAY' 10 PERCENT
And give good security on well im
proved ranch near El Paso; want privi
lege for second year. Address
P. O. Box 723.
WANTED TO BUY 5 OR O ROO?I
On Myrtle Ave. boulevard or Texas or
".i-., fT5 -Znt farther out than 1000
block. Prefer 2 lots. Will pay
Address Buyer, Care Herald.
yOR SALE Fine piano used in private
home 1 year. Less than half price If
sold at once. 715 N. Oregon.
One Bvron Jackson centrifugal pump,
also 30 feet 6 inch pipe. Gasoline En
gine and Pump Co., 504 San Francisco.
YOUNG MAN desires a position, in city
or mining camp; 8 years' experience, 2
years manager of commissary; first
class references. Address 200, Herald.
S2GC0 WTX.L BUY A 5 ROOM HOUSE
On comer. 2 lots, on Texats St $3300
will buy 5 room modern red pressed-j
"brick on corner Arizona St $3a00 will
buv modern red pressed brick 6 rooms,
2 1-rts, 6 foot hall, cement porch and
basement Can give any terms on the
Pence Bros.. Sole Aseth
217 Texas St
WANTED Agent witli small capital to
invest in proposition guaranteeing $3
u. day. B. R Tully, Sputhern Hotel.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
4 lots on W. Missouri St in the Ste
vens addition. Price $S000. Terms
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, 4 cash, balance
1. 2 and 3 years at 8 percent
104 by 120 feet Improved property on
Leon St Price $12,000. Will trade for
business property and pay difference
Corner on El Paso 5t; 25 by 134 feet
Price $6250. .
50 by 120 on San Antonio St Price
52 by 120, corner Fourth and Broad-
way. Price $6500.
Nevada St corner, 3, lots, 75 by 120
feet Price $3000.
70 oy '120 feet on S. Oregon St $70
A firstclass livery stable, suitable
for garage; close in; 100 by 120 feet
Will lease or rent by the month. $75.
BEHR & WrATTS.
MONEY TO LOAN.
-WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE.
CITY' NAT. BANK BUILDING.
WE HAVE $50,000 TO LOAN ON EL
PASO REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
BEIIOW THE MARKET.
Mak the Difference.
T"or-SaTe by Owners.
TCos. 218 and 220 S. Oregon St
Property near sold a few days
ago for $461 per foot
WE OFFER THIS PIECE AT
Classify- Too Lat
One Cent a Word.
j FOR SALE House and 7 acres, about
9 irees, an in a-iiiiiia., nee atci
right, located 3 miles from Juarez, ilex.
Terms, part down, balance $25 a month.
C. 97, care Herald.
FOR SALE One 4 gallon milch cow,
or trade for diamond of equal value. P.
O. box 854, city.
A COLORED MA: wants positon as
cook. Call or address Bell phone 3449,
or 502 S. Virginia St.
OWNER MUST SELL, this beautiful 8
room 2 story brick, south front and
close in on Arizona St.; double porch
es, back and front, cement walks,
fenced; built last year. "Will take good
building site or 5 room cottage as part
payment. $6000. HAWKINS BROS.
3IAKE UP YOUR MIND TO BUY A
H03IE You will never own one until
you do. Here is a new 9 room brick, 4
large porches, south front, excellent
arrangement and close in. We want to
show it to you. $800 down, balance
long, long time. HAWKINS BROS.,
"Homes Our Specialty."
FOR RENT 4 room modern cat, fur
nished. Phone 2628, Bell.
FOR . RENT New 4 room brick,
screened porch, Y block from car line.
20 Lebanon St, Highland Park, $18.
WHAT HAVE Y'OU TO TRADE? Here
is a modern 5 room brick, east front,
will trade for 4 room brick in High
land Park or Grand View. Hurry if
you want It. HAWKINS BROS.
Is enjoyed by very few people. There
fore when glasses are prescribed they
cfimiirt b as near rverfect as nossible
to give the person wearing them com-
fort. Then again they should be maue
of the purest material and ground in
the most accurate manner. All to give
the defective eye that which Nature
failed to give. I examine eyes and
manufacture the glasses in my own
laboratory. They are as near periect
ate can be made by anyone.
Geo. D. Kendall
Makes Glasses Right. 208 Mesa Ave.
55300 BUY'S A MODERN HOME OF 6
All furnished splendidly, located on
a Boulevard corner on 2 full lots, ce
ment walks, curb, beautiful lawn, trees
and flowers. Is priced more than $4000
under its actual value, but owner must
sell. We can arrange terms.
Lose Star Laad Co.,
z6 "Texas &c
5300 WILL GET YOU POSSESSION OF
A MODtJltA tU'iTAUEi
Of 5 rooms, large back porch screened,
basement; is .new, just completed, "rails
newly papered. Our price is $29o0;
balance can be paid at the rate of $2
per month- We are sole agents.
Lone Star Laad Co.,
213 Texas St.
$1000 WILL BUY 2 LOTS ON N. ANGE.
They're a bargain; you'll say so when
you see them. Let us show you. We
cata arrange terms.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
5 ROOM COTTAGE on Myrtle Ave. This
place is built for a home. New, mod
ern, red pressed brick. The best buy
in the city.
Lee H. Orndorff.
FOR RENT Furnished room. Phone
WANTED Clean-er and presser. Call
at 700 Mesa Ave. between 12 and l
WANTED Sewing of any kind. Dress
making at reasonable prices. Phone
FOR SALE 35 head of horses, mares, i
colts; also horses bought sold and ex
changed. 305 S. Stanton, Kelly.
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms.
N. El Peiso. Bell phone 3246.
FOR RENT New, modern 5 room cot
tage on Nevada St
Lee H. Orndorff.
ROOMING HOUSE IN FINE LOCATION.
Close in, best street in city; cheap
rent Living in it Only $550.
Kettler Realty Co., SOS Mesa Ave.
CASSIDY & DAVIDSON,
ROOMS 4 AND 5 BUCKLER BLDG.,
AX'TOMOBILES AT YOUR SERVICK.
If you want a home In El Paso or
are looking for good residence property
in any desirable location you wil find
Just wliat you want listed with
Cassldy : Davidson.
PRICE $4200. 5 ROOM COTTAGE,
Montana St Only $300 cash, balance
$25 per month.
Cassldy & Davidson.
$4000 A'FTRACTFFE COTTAGE,
Rio Grande St; lot 50x120, just com
pleted. 5 rooms and bath, sleeping
porches. Only $500 cash, balance easy.
Cassldy & Davidsoa.
FOR A FEW DAY'S AT 5S000.
New modern 8 room house, 2 story,
large lot; close in, best residence dis
trict Owner just completed this for a
home, but circumstances compel him to
sell it at a sacrifice; hard wood flooxs.
sleeping porch, beautiful mantels in
spacious living room, arranged for
heating plant. Expensive lighting fix
tures, cement walks. All the modern
conveniences. Can give good terms.
Cassldy & Davidsoa.
$S400 A VERY' FINE ftESIDENCE.
Located in north side residence dis
trict, among the fine homes of El
Paso; large lot south front This swell
planned, 2 stoiry 8 room house is cer
tainly $1500 under market value; large
reception hall and living room, bard
wood floors, brick mantel, open fire
place, 4 large bedrooms and bath, fin
ished In white enamel. The closets are
large and commodious. The dining room
is wanscoted and beautifully finished,
cabinet kitchen and pass pantry, screen
porches and basement furnace heat
Cassldy & Davidson.
IN THE HEART OF NEW BUSINESS
You probablj' have noticed that the
business district is rapidly moving
north. Wc are offering this desirable
property on St Louis St at a bargain.
It Is sure to double in value within two
years. Sky scrapers going up all
around this district Only $10,000 cash
to -handle this proposition, balance to
suit. See us for particulars.
-Cas-Mdy & Davidson.
ON WYOMING ST.
A modern beauty. This 5 room cot
tage reception hall, built on 2 full lots,
south front Only $4500; good terms.
Cassldy & Davidson.
MUST BE SOLD.
Owner leaving city, will sacrifice this
beautiful 9 room house; lot 60x120,
south front; located in best residence
section, north side. Price $6000; onljr
$1000 cash, balance in 5 annual notes of
$1000 each. See us for particulars.
Cassldy & Davidson,
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building.
FINE BUSINESS FOR SALE.
Where the Investment Is turned over
once a month. Fine chance for sure
hustler. Takes about $3000.
Kettler Realty Co., COS Mesa Ave.
No Ad. Less Than 25c.
t BEST HOME BUY" ON RIO GRANDE.
In 6 room home on 2 full lots. See
ing is believing "No trouble to show
you." Call in person.
Kettler Realty Co., 30S Mean Ave.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
ROOMING HOUSE, north side, near
library, all rooms full; money maker
from start. Will sell cheap for cash,
or trade for real estate.
FIsk, Trust Building.
5100 CASH, ?25 MONTHLY.
A fine little home, 2 south front lots,
good 3 Toom house, barn and all fenced.
Only 2 blocks from Washington Park
FIsk, Trust Building:.
BEAUTIFUJL. SPRING POEM.
8 new houses white and clean.
No better houses ever were seen,
S new houses, cement walks, porches too
$500 cash will pull you through.
"8 new houses" caught Mary's eye,
Things of merit she ever did spy,
8 new houses. Just one would do,
John, $500, or no love for you.
The Great Texan Realty Co.,
NEW 5 ROOM, PAVED STRRET.
Large house with cement porch,
screened sleeping porch, 14x14, in 800
block, Mundy Ave. Just finished and
ready for occupancy. $500 cash or more
The Great Texas Realty Co.
For only 5 days we can offer this 60
acres of land, right in the town of La
Luz, N. M., at a price that we are
ashamed to quote because it is so cheap.
This land Is platted Into town lots,
which if sold at $5 per lot will double
your money and tlien some. Let us
tell you about it.
j Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 2S Bassett & Edwards
Building. Phone 491.
j WANTED A tract of hill or mesa land.
i 600 to 1000 acres, west of the city on
Santa Fe railway and county road.
Address 224 B., Care Heitald.
FOR RENT A mocern 4 room south
front brick on car line in Bassett ad
dition for ?20 per month.
3 ROOM BRICK, on W. Main, newly
papered painted, etc; rent $13 per
Ask Hodge Realty Co.,
315 N. Oregon. Both Phones.
STORE ROOM FOR RENT Call at 305
E. Overland St
RE?T-!09 Octavia St.
? ?d R?odern conveniences. Keys
10J4 Wyoming St
S!So?im1?ed ,brick maker aiMi con
Sd SiiiM LmaH? brick on yur lan
Vv- If, Ur h0U5e che &s be.
ailej references. John McCarty. 1012
Wyoming St, Si Paso, Tex. Phone 2253!
fSiJSSe7mW'en furnlsed bedroom.
PhSl!6! 2 TZ - iences.
,?2?"? ADY wishes a place to stay
ana work fnv hM-. v i ..
"ft HHng to pay part. Care F. C, Herald.
ROOM eOTTn1ftl'j- fit-nt-l a
fS?!mft, a?d rtlng house, alwc-vs
run high class boarders. Must sell by
Cheao for nuirt i rZ
803 Arizona. " j
mi.. , i"UAJt' -JCii COTTAGE. I
ln:s is a o room nnt.t.tre. ..-
SEI'J fron on Boulevard, paved
iT ""11W ami curD in. The interior
finish cannot be excelled, fine mantel
neeCtrIC fixts- Large seeping
porch in rear, porch in fmnr it .
: ment floor, in fant mnm i ..
particular. Small cash payment, bal
ance nosy terms.
h Andersen-Bennett Realty Co.,
Scorns 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
-puudlng. Phone 491.
SPECIAL BARGAIN 7 DAYS ONLY
m- et-Snan Antnio St. Improved,
fSS- " V P11611'. at S375 per front
&' tinfe? ' n deferred Payments,
Broaddus & Lea veil, 216 Texas.
. FJl SALE. S ROO.M
1300 Sort rvSC? brIck residence in
terms Montana St; .$9000; good
Eroaddus & Lcavell, 21G Texas.
FOR SALE. 4 ROOM COTT VGE
0n 2 ciier lots, Arizona St New red
P1SStd, ,brIck' nIce I", good Sable
and chicken houses, for $3600; terms
Broaddus & Leavell, 21C Texas
FOR SALE. 2 LOTS ON M0NT4N4
In paved district, for $1000 each 1 3
cash, balance to suit ' 3
Broaddus & Leavell, 216 Texas.
r SALE5 room new red pressed
brick, south front $3500. $500 cash
balance 1 to 4 vea-s On w vri .'
3 blocks from dept' W M,asourI.
Bronddnn & Leavell, 216 Texas.
tCRES IX CITY OF YSLETA
blocks from church. Nice level t7
of land cheap at $150 ierJre
Broaddus & Leavell, 210 Texas.
"'HAT HAVE YOU TO SELL?
tnlVV.T1'. ?5 cash
ahh-;,;;: 7 " "4. fTOP nuc reason
Sfi SSfr.e?LlVtoIS,aM0jfPeople Crowd Hotel Com-
,TC " sell IE.
t!"?"-0""" Realty Co
-".o.. auu 0f isassett &
VTJiTV K Tnnu r.-.
"On Nevada St MSd'Sc
McKenney Renlty Co.,
floom 9 Buckler Building.
10 n?7l WAXT A BRIGHT BOY,
12 or 14 years old to learn electrical
Standard Electric Co.,
107 S. Stanton St
25 ACRES, V, mile east of the town of
, Mlffl aI1 in cultivation, L
main ditch, firstclass soil, level as til
fims.fr qUlCk Sale 55 re?Sgood
R. C. Bailey, 306 MeBa.
$2100 WILL BUY
nt rm morn brick house on your
own terms. This price will, n?t Tst
W. T. Downing,
-09 Mesa Avenue.
". aAUb, room adobe house n
acre of cho?c vaiu,. i,n ". Q ..0n
us0one.If th,S 1S ntrt a baraI" show
Broaddus & Leavell, 216 Texas.
n ,rF0R SALE. IN 1200 BLOCK
On Montana St, 2 lots 50x120 RMn
walks curb and paving all comnieSfl"
for $4200; good terms. mDleted,
Broaddus fc Leavell, 216 Texas.
FOR SALE BY OWNER New cottar
south front. paved street, 5 rooms
ception hall, bedrooms finished In whi tT
walls painted, electric light fl-pf,,-'
eood substantial brick and cement
woTk, sleeping porch, plenty of close
room, good roomy pantry. Will sell it
a bargain. $2000 cash, balance 1. 2 anil
3 years. Phone 1577. ' na
m ft " 3
Some lots still left in this popular lo
cation. The very best of terms.
, Loo mis Bra., 202 Texas St.
FIVE ROOM BRICK.
Bath, inside toilet, modern, tinted. 700
square feet of porch, oak floors
throughout, 2 full lots, Highland Park.
$3250. Easy terms, or will trade for un
improved property, any location.
Loomls Bros., 202 Texas St.
PROPERTY PRODUCING $S0 PER MO.
For sale for $6000, Wyoming St. $600
cash will handle this, balance monthly
less the rent. Surely this will pay for
Loomls Bros., 202 Texas St.
WE HAVE NO VACANT HOUSES
To advertise. All we rent are rented.
If you wish your property to be produc
tive, see us.
Loomls Bros., 202 Texas St.
FOR Q.UICK RESULTS
List your properties with us.
Loomls Bros., 202 Texas St.
WTHfERE THE DAYS AS WELL AS THE
NIGHTS ARE COOL IN SUMMER.
Where the new county road is adja
cent to the property.
Where the alfalfa Is green and grow
ing, and the yield prolific.
Where the water is paid for; no taxes,
Where the land is fenced, and the
experienced farmer pronounces it "the
best in the entire valley."
Where there is an established pump
ing system when the river Is dry there
is water just the same. No crop short
age. Where good health is asuured.
Two trains day and night.
Work in town and live In the country.
No rent and a cheap living.
Improved land in five acre tracts;
only $125 cash, balance $15 monthly.
Loomls Bros., 202 Texas St.
LOST At El Paso theater Saturday
night, coral spray shawl or veil pin,
gold mounted Reward for return to
G. A M., Herald.
FOR SALE, WHOLE OR IN PART A
fine homestead in the Mesilla valley, 190
acres, well Improved, close to station,
alfalfa, fruit and grain. This goes at
a baTgain, including stock and equip
ment Address Owner No. 115, care
FOR SALE, HALF PRICE New chaitS,
tabftes, water 'cooler, awning suitable
for porch or store. Bell 3361.
FOR RENT Furnished and unfur
nished suites for housekeeping at 710
FOR RENT 3 room modern furnished
flat. 2312 Wyoming St Hatton Real
Large 4 room modern red brick
house, 44 foot lot. fences and sheds;
street paving paid. Price $3500, $500
cash, balance to suit you.
D. G. HelHcmiB, 207 St. Louis St.
NORTH CAMPBELL ST.
1100 block, close to thigh school, mod:
ern 6 room brick, largo ceiled attic.
Price $4300; terms .
D. G. Heiaemnn, 207 St. Louis St.
BUY BUSINESS PROPERTY,
South Stanton street is to be pavol at
once. I have 43 feet east front, near
Second St PtJco below market valuj.
D. G. HeiBeman, 207 St. Lonls St.
OWNER NEEDS MONEY.
New 5 room modern red pressed brick,
mission finish, mantel, large porches,
built for a home last April. Owner hits
moved from town. A bargain at $2450.
D. G. Helneuiaa. 207 St. LouU St.
A NICE HOME
On Mundy Ave., S00 block, 6 room
modern brick, south front 374 t.
corner; street paving paid. The right
price is $4300.
D. G. Helneman, 207 St. Louis St.
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH.
Two good brick houses, 4 rooms and
3 rooms, 6 south fro-nt corner lots,
fences, sheds, shade and fruit tr2-i?.
East EI Paso, 1 block south of Park
calr line. Owner has to seil to pay
note now due. Only $3750 if sold at
D. G. HelncicaB, 207 St. Louis St.
EL PASO LODGE NO. 130, A. F. A A. M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
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. Glllett, Secy.
Called meeting Tuesday, Feb. 22, at
7:30 oclock p. m. Second degree.
A. & A. S. RITE OF FREE MASONRY'.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. H. McCnllough, Secy.
SELECT pANCING -ASSEMBLIES,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
WED. AND SAT. NIGHTS.
TO SEE BIRD MAN
r4n ,--. T4. 4- ZJ -
U-Ulb Ul V JL≪ lu jiiy
to See Aviator.
Hotel corridors are Jammed to over
flowing with excursionists to El Paso
to see The Herald's bird man.
Good nature prevails, with an occa
sional hazzard as to how long the
aviator will remain in the air against
Commenting on it, one enthusiastic
visitor expressed a willingness to go
along and pass refreshments to the avi
ator, in course of flight.
W. A. Tenny, of Silver City, N. M., in
registered at the Hotel Orndorff, and
says there will be quite a number down
on this evening's train to witness the
Mr. Tenny conducts a freight and
transfer business at Silver City an?
will be in El Paso several days.
'. jt : : :
LABOR LEADER IS
ADMITTED TO BAIL
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 22.
Strike leader Pratt was given a
hearing late today and was held
in $3000 bail charged with in
citing to riot, with conspiracy
and disorderly conduct.
Bail will be furnished.
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AN IDAHO TOWN
Spokane, Wash., Feb. 22. Fire
starting from a defective chim
ney in Priest River, Idaho, today
has destroyed more than a dozen
business blocks and threatens to
raze the town.
The loss is already more than
Little slxyearold Delfina Calderon, daughter of the bljj Juarez merchant.
was happily skipping rope Sunday. bobbing up and down as little children of
almost all nation like to do. She had learned to skip rope very well and wn?
prond of that accomplishment.
But In some way the rope became tangled In the lejrs of the jitmplner
Utile girl. And when the nurse reached her side, little DcIHnn was at-leep
for the last time, dead. i
And so today the family of merchant Angclia Calderon mourns the loss
of a little ropesklpper. ...
Concnsslon of the hrain caused It, the doctor said. But really, vras It not
skipping rope after all?
SiLsiL lil uiiiiiiuj Us LL rfiuU
Upon receipt of a check for $10,000, the damage suit brought by Mrs. Neal
McGinnls in behalf of herself and children Is settled. The action holds the rec
ord In the district court of El Paso for damages, the jury awarding the plain
tiffs the sum of $15,000 against the Southern Pacific.
The plaintiffs brought action against the Southern Pacific for the death
of engineer Neal McGianls, who was killed In a wreck near Lord9burg, N. M.. .
From the district court the case was appealed, but the apellate court af
firmed the district court Application was made to the supreme court of the
state for a writ of error, but this was denied and the payment of the check
resulted, the additional $10OO covering certain costs.
FOBCED TO CLOSE
Liquor Dealers Unable to
Eenew Licenses Bis-
BIsbee, Ariz., Feb. 22. Frank Schmidt
the Low'ell salaonist who was prose
cuted on the charge of allowing gamb
ling in his place o business, has closed
his saloon as he could not obtain the
renewal of his license. Two other sa
loons in Lowell have shut their doors
for the same reason.
Strenuous efforts are being made in
South Bisbee to prevent, scarlet fever
epidemic, several children being al
ready affected with the disease. Sev
eral houses have been quarantined.
Washington's birthday Is being cele
brated by the local Y. M. C. A. with a
picnic, dances, parades and other enter
tainments are announced by other as
sociations for the day.
Twelve hundred dollars have been se
cured in Bisbee for the new Warren
District baseball company. It is ex
pected that that amount will be con
siderably increased, as only a part oi
the town has been canvassed.
' Sheldon A. H, Bratt, view York; F.
M. Green, Vernon, Tex.;'W. H. Jones,
Kansas City, MoT; J. L. Danos and wife,
New Orleans,-La.; M. E. Nash and wife,
South Farmingham, Mass.; Mrs. C. E.
Ambrosius. Mexico City, D. F.; Mrs.
Maurice L. Rothschild, and party, Chi
cago, m.; T. S. Shupe and wife. Pitts
burg, Pa,; George T. Jones, Shawnee,
Okla.; M. B. Fisher, Dallas, Texas; J. A.
Baker, Dallas, Tex.; Charles K. Hamil-
' t V- Tr-L- -?,-- voi-
p.c,fl v vatic" Pitv-'p L
Reiss and wife, rew lorK citj , if. i.
Young. Kansas City. Mo.; B. A. Peck-
ham, Sn Mateo. Cal.; J. B. Peckham,
o7Tr7tl nr- r t TVYmrt t r,n ;
San Mateo, Cal., C. F. N ood. Lane, &.
D- R. Dimmitt St Louis Mo.; Mrs. A.
L Harris TlamoVordo X M! Sue H
L. riarns, Aiamogorao, iM. m.., bub ra.
c 3 . Al -Jl "V- -Y W T?
buuuci , Aiiuuuguiuu,
rs, Aiauiuguiruu, . ., .
N. M.; H. R.
Collins. Catarauqua, Pa.; J. J. Ballard,
? , . r u V xr v, nriflUtnn-
Jl' ?lC,7arti -,? inS- '
I, .M. Skellinger, Rogersford, Pa Ed.
E. Grosscup. Wenonah, N. J.; Alex. R.
'Cinn'm TJJratftTl fC T A A W'hltP.
TJ. S. A.; Clem Russell, Denver, Colo.;
F. P. Thomas, Denver, Colo.; J. M. Mc
Cullough, Las Cruces, N. M.; N. J. Fiero,
jr., Dayton, O.; L. D. RIego, Ojocallente;
Maur Sedler, Adams, N. M.; H. E. Van
Surdam, Ft Bliss, Tex.; James D.
Hamot, Alamogordo, N. M.; Ira O. Wet
more, Monterey, Mex.; W. H. Hunt, Par
sons, N. M.; D. E. Fortus, Tecolote, N.
M.; R. Y. Kiblin, San Antonio, Tex.;
Frank H. Moore, New 'York; F. V.
DIngman, New York; W. H. Firge,
Ranch; J. D. Woods, San Angelo; L. W.
Smith, St Louis, Mo.; T. Evans, Cana
nea, Mex.; F. G. Mauley and wife, Cana
nea, Mex.; J. W. PIcard, Berlno, N. M.;
Miss Seymour, Berino. N. M.; John D.
Wilson, St. Louis, Mo.; John Mclntyre
and wife, San Antonio, Tex.; Miss Aug.
Montoya, San Antonio, Tex.
Zelger Lordsburg. N. M.; A. E. Daily,
Kansas City, Mo.; Alexander A. Smith
and family, Shrevsport, La,; R. K. Col
quitt, Marfa, Tex.;, Walter Camp, Las
Cruces, N. M.; W. D. Lashmett, Lamar,
Colo.; E. G. Duprey, Van West, Ohio;
Capt A. S. Brookes, Santa Fe, N. M.;
E. A. Joyce, Silver City, N. M.; Alex
Tiirnpnhonh. Dallas. Texas; Jose G.
Lugo, Nogales, Ariz.; J. S. Dorsey. Kan- j
sas City, Mo.; uari a. ocnmiax, mew
York: J. Selmey, Buffalo, N. Y.; J. O.
i Biggs, Cambray, N. M.; Sam Rhodes.
Las Cruces, N. M.; airs. u. J. fucK anu
child, Alamogordo. N. M.; A. M. Porter
and wife, Marfa, Tex.: James W. Taylor,
St. Regis: Julius J. Wolf, New Y'ork;
K. R. Collins, Cataraugua, Pa.; 21. R
Tucker, Dallas. Tex.; M. L. Rothschild,
Chicago, 111.; David Simon. Minneapolis;
r. J, Greenhut New York; Melville R.
Rothschild, Chicago; A de la Arena.
Mexico; F. M. Cruzon. San Francisco;
GeorgeT. Jones, Shawnee, Okla.; J. M.
Francisco; L. T. Cnnfield, Chicago: Mrs.
Win D. Foster, Kansas Oitj-, Mo.; Ed
ward Kaufman, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. J.
Anderson, Alamogordo; Miss Man Mor
ris Alamogordo, N. M.; W. M. Cutcheon,
Los Angeles; Sam A. Caplan. Chicago:
Powell Markmoney, San Antonio, N. M.;
T R- Webber, San Antonio. N. M.; L.
W Hall, San Antonio. N. M.; E. Davis,
Orogrande; George H. West, Orogrande;
George L. Hodges, New York.
Grand Central Raymond McGee,
Phoenix, Ariz.; Mrs. J. T. McGee,
Phoenix, Ariz.; Vera McGee, Phoenix.
Ariz.; Herman McGee. Phoenix, Ariz.;
A T. Wright. Beaumont, Texas; A. W.
Townsend, Lampasas. Tex.: J. E. Wheel
er, Lampasas, Tex.: L. Kerney, Lam
pasas, Tex.; Xeonora Beresford, H. T.
H.; Evelon Russell, New York; " Van
Wagner, Philadelphia; Emle Buelleles,
Philadelphia; Evelyn Radcliff, Philadel
phia; Lula Oberlc. Philadelphia: Eliza
beth Scott, Philadelphia; T. F. Compton
and wife and daughter, Mormonville,
Mo.; H. Oakes, Hattesburg. Miss.; C. B.
Treat, Sau Francisco; H. L. Kail, Spo-
kane, Wash.; James B. Cuson, New
York: Kenneth Davenport, New York;
Steven Humphrey, New York; W. S.
Webb, Los Angeles, Cat; W. H. Davis,
Shreveport, La.; B. F. Stone, Shreveport,
La.? J. E. Mundell, Agricultural College,
N. M.; A. B. FIte, Agricultural College,
N. M.; D. E. Foster, Tecalote, N. M.;
H. P. Barmore, Houston, Tex.; Theo
dore Sorrell, Los Angeles; S. Edwards,
Cananea, Mex.; R. Anderson, New Mex.;
B. F, McKlnney, Chihuahua, Mex.; A.
J- Berie, Los Angeles, Cat; W. B. Tip
ton, Mesilla, N. M.; C. S. Pedregon and
wife, Las Cruces, N. M.; Mrs. E. Hick
ory, Engle,- -N. M.;. Robert Anderson,
Hachita, N. M.
Angelus W. E. Beall, Washington,
D. C; W. W. Carpenter, Nogales, Ariz.;
Robert Graham, Ohio: E. B. Monroe,
Dallas; E. Gabel, Chicago; R. J. Sliter,
Tucson; W. H. Geraty, Tucson; S. E.
Merrill, Agricultural College, Nr M.;
Theo. Ahrens, Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. J. C.
Walker, Los. Angeles, Cat; C. S. Upton,
Torreon, Mex.; F. W. White, Chicago;
Frank Landon and wife, Dillon, Mont;
Miss May Mooney, Dillon, Mont; W. M.
Cutcheon, Dillon, Mont; Bessie Cottrell,
Dillon, Mont; Florence Holmes, Dillon,
Mont; C T. Wilson, Tucson, Ariz.; W.
J. Murgrove, Tucson, Ariz.; E. Gordon,
Tucumcari, N. M.; R. Graham, Cincln
ntl, O.; Ed. Zuselbury, Chicago; C. Gam
ble and wife, JManzano, N. M.; J. Mijo
los, Las Cruces, N. M.
Orndorff E. E. Bloomquest Battle
Creek, Mich.; W. R. Sucher, Guadala-
jara, Mex.; Mrs. J. C. BIggart, Guadala
jara. Mex.; H. C. Chandler and party,
Loa Angeles, Cal.; J. P. Atkins and wife,
Muskogee, Okla.; Otto P. Kroeger, Mus
kogee, Okla.; R. J. Tate, and wife,
Omaha, Neb.; Theodore C. Bothmaney
and wife, Elizabeth, ,N. J.; W.-A. Mur-
' yo. ""'Xr r ,h Ir," w x- v "
-cago. Mrs. M. C. Rush, Demmg. N. M.;
..it rP,,,.vx. . t r t-x SVL. 1
! E E- Janson- Detroit. Mich.; T. W. Hall,
u . -. td..i tt -rt j
sSS' ?hih - ?? ?mf V-
l..re; J?Jlh-' Jfet E1""' "'
Chih.; Florence Holmes, Moire. Chih.;
1 ..ii m.i m..v . Ti -r
1 1. , -'-"Ci. . v"".. juuu .
Sneckenberger. Moire, Chih.; William
ff h T rvno r -r - auv0ja.
N. M.; Alexander
1 " ".-j.
jr-.-- -j- -p.ct ran v T . ,r -nr
-5' , . ,, , ,, " t ..,.
Cal-' W- J- Goldschmiatand wife. Tuc-
son- Ariz- Wm. E. Metzger and family,
, p j,.,-. . na. ' . '
I . f. -j , vr..iu.v.l. J. ti-V. ,
Miss Passaman, Cedar Rapids, la.;
Helen Passaman, Cedar Rapids, la.:
E. W. Hogett and wife. Kansas City,
Mo.; A. J. King and wiJe, Kansas City,
Mo.; W. A. Tenney, Silver City, Mo.;
Dr. C. A. McQuetin, San Francisco; E.
T. Westfall and wife. Eugene, Ore.; Mrs.
Allen Dulton, Flagstaff, Ariz.
MARFA PEOPLE HAVE
Marfa. Tex.. Feb. 22. At the home
of judge and Mrs. H. H. Kilpatrick the
young folks of Marfa will enjoy a
Washington's birthday social. '
Rev. Mr. Carter came up from Alpine
today to arrange to remove his family
W. S. Lucas and D. Vanfossen are
here froin Hamilton, O., on a prospect
ing tour. -J-
virs. M. F. Farmer had the misfortune
to fall from a doorstep recently, badly
injuring one of her limbs.
Misses McDonald and Ethel Wood
ward visited friends in Alpine recently.
S. M. Arendell and Dean Leveritt were
in Alpine recently on a pleasure trip.
Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Rawls are here,!
from their ranch preparatory to remov
ing to town. Mr. Rawls owns the Tasca
tal. a 5f section ranch, south of Marfa.
J. S. T"raig is here from his ranch on
The Marfa high schoot children are
enjoying a holiday today.
TRAVELING Ch PASOANS
May find the El Paso Herald on sale
at any of the following places:
NEW YORK Imperial Hotel News
stand: Arthur Hotaling, No. 1 Park
Row; Broadway and 33d street; Broad
way and 42d street 14ftG Broadway.
WASHINGTON. D. C. The Raleigh
and the Ebbitt; Columbia News Agency
and Nahl News Agency.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great North
ern News stands, Queen City News
stands and Empire News stands.
PHILADELPHIA The Bellevue. Poaa
News Co.. S33 Pearce St
PITTS3URG, PA. The Lincoln -a 'i
the Sch en ley Park.
BUFFALO. N. Y. -The Iroquois.
ST. LOUIS Planters Southern and
Jefferson Hotel News stands.
KANSAS CITY, MO. The Toms
News Co.. Ho:el Baltimore News
stand, Coates House News stand.
ST. PAUL. MINN. The Hotel Ryan.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. The Wea'
DENVER. COLO. The Brown Pal
ace, the Albany, S. Widom and West
en News stands.
SEATTLE, WASH. International !
Tsews Agency, corner of First nvpnuA
south and Washfnerton ntront-. icA
southeast corner of Second avenuefahd
Cherry street, near Alaska. building.
Aclne News Co.
OAKLAND, CAL. Amos News Co.
wagons, Hale News Co.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Louis Book
store. At Sam Rosenthal, 32G Houston
MONEY AM) METALS.
New York Quotations.
(By Associated Prtjs3.)
New York, Feb. 22. Money on call
Prime mercantile paper, 4 5 per
cent. Closing Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 52.
Desilverized lead, $4.45 4.60.
. $12.87 13.
Mexican dollars 44c
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.35.
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 52
Copper wire bars (cts. per lb.).. 13 5-15
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.)... 13 3-15
Lead (New York sales prices). $4.70
Lead (London sales prices) . .13, so, dO
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 51.57
Copper v 13.34
Kansas Gitr Livestock Close.
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 22. Cattle
Receipts 7000, including 100 southerns:
(-steady to strong. Native steers, $5.25
.dG; southern steers, S5.006.50:
southern cows, $3.00 5.25; native cows
and heifers, $o.256.2o; stockers and
feeders, $4.005.90; bulls, $3.755.23;
calves, $4.50 9.00; western steers. $5.C0
j 7.00; western cows, $3.255.50.
Hogs Receipts 12,000; strong to 5c
higher; bulk, $8.959.25; heavy, $3.20
9.30; packers and butchers, $9.00 9.23;
light, $S.759.10; pigs, $7.758.50.
Sheep Receipts 7000; strong to 10c
higher. Muttons, $5.50 7.00; lambs
$S.259.00; fed western wethers and
yearlings, $5.75 7.00; fed western
ewes, $5.50 6.75.
Chicago Livestock. Clease.
Chicago, 111., Feb. 22. Cattle Re
ceipts 6000; steady. Beeves, $4.558.00;
Texas steers, $4.405.50; western
sheers, $4.506.25; stockers and feeders,
$3.405.75; cows and heifers, $2.50
6U5; calves, $7.259.75.
Hogs Receipts 20,000; shade higher.
Light $9.009.37; mixed, $9.05
9.47; heavy. $9.109.50; rough, $9.10
9.25; good to choice heavy, $9.23 IB
9.50; pigs, $9.109.25; bulk, $9.309.45,
Sheep Receipts 12,000; steady. Na
tive, $4.757.50; western, $5.007.30;
yearlings, $7.70 8.60; lambs, native,
$7.509.30; western. $7.509.30.
Fort Wortk Llvcstack. Clese.
Fort Worth, Tex.," Feb. 22. Cattle
Receipts 1500; hogs 2000. Steera higher,
tops $6.00; cows higher, tops $4.50;
calves steady, tops $5.50.
Hogs Higher, tops $9.03.
Sheep Higher, tops $7.50.
St. LotiIs. WooL Close. .
St Louis, Mo.. Feb. 22. Wool un
changed. Terrtitory and western me
diums, 252S; fine mediums, $2024;
HELD AS SUSPECTS.
Lillian Patterson, a negress, was ar
rested Monday night and docketed at
the police station as a suspicious char
acter. She was identified by J. G.
Lugo, the police say, as the woman who
relieved him of $70, Mexican money,
while on Broadway Monday night B.
F. Spikes was arrested on a charge of
vagrancy and suspicious character, in
connection with the same case.
-RECOVERING FROM WOUNDS.
Romula Terrazas, the .woman who
was shot last week by Jose Garcia de
Cadena, is reported to be fast recover
ing from the effects of the gunshot
aii -Trains arrive and depart from
Dnion d-pot. foot of San Francisco
I street M-ronf- fhne n ci,.,-, m-.,.,...
trains arrive and depart from
street except those of Sierra Madre.
All arrivals and departures given in
El Paso or mountain standard time.
AtchisoB, Topefca & Sa3ta Fe.
No. 9, Arr. daily from north 9:40 a-m.
No. 10, Lv. dally for north.. 5:55 p.m.
No. 21, Arr. daily from north 6:55 p.m.
No. 22, Lv. daily for north.. 8:45 a,m.
EI Paso Southwestern
Mail and Express
A"lves aily 3.4S
Leave daily 7:50 j
Arrlvesdally 7.2o a.m.
Leaves dally J...:::" 7:55 Jlnt
,, CEastem Division.)
Arrives daily ff.in
Leaves dally ....:: I I-'l J
Sf" State Limited. Eastbound
Arrive? .......... f.jr . -.
Departs ;.:;;; i"
Westbound 1-05 p.ra.
A rS8 wV and Mail- ?'m-
DepaS v:.v. :::::: J2 -
Galveston. Harrlsburg '; & 's Atem
Leaves daily .,.., 3aH 7.nn e
Arrives daily V.V.-.V.;:;; 7:30 5
California Fast Mall
At rives daily
Leaves daily .. . .
Departs .... '
-. 4:00 a.ra.
.. S:C0 rxra.
i. S:20 a,m.
.. fi:10 p.m.
... 6:20 &.zn.
Texsjt .- Tni.
Arrives dally ,,..ft .
Leaves daily Zhix
-., Mexicas Central
Mail and Express
Leaves daily J"!"
South bound, leaves Juarer
Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays at i-.35 ,
Arrives from south Tues-
days. Thursdays an,? Raf.
urdays at 5:33
ttWHwui-TUKKAXCE VUTOMOBTT F
V. S. MAIL AND PASSENGER S
vice, established JTn ie SS-
Shortest route to Roswli a T ,:
fgfta-he Pecos valleyWeThIsageIng
a IJ. s. mail route, cars must .?
leave dally on schedule time d'
Train No. 2. El Paso & ?nn,.
railway, leaves El pS,J SS?'
p. m.. arrives at Torrance at : -nVa SI
Automobile leaves torSiScS d,lit
a. m.. arrives at Roswln at 'VL"
saving passengers over 3n hours h
tureen these points over anv Iw
Seats reservpr? n ...
to agent of El Tin .
railway or to Rnii A,"ulveerj
well, N. M. -" "".. v.o.. tioa.
Baggage allowance 50 pounds Anv
amount of bagsrage can be carried br
notifying company at Roswell. by
J. W. Stockard. Manager.
ARIZONA cV NEW MEXICO R. R.
Clifton ir n
i:S'JjV. -Gutbrie Ar. 12
izoiisr. coronado Ar. 13
8:44 Lv. Duncan Ar. 33
10:10 Ar. Lordsburg Ar. 70
11:25 Ar. oHachita Lv. 10S
Connects with M S. xConnects with
S. P oConnecfs w'th R P & S W
George A. Wagstaff. Superintendent