EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, April 23, 1910.
Th& Detinv of EI Paso is About to be Indissoliiblv Linked With
I Hal 01 aau 1lGffO, flCi DlSter vliy 01 1116 ff OOucilUi OaiDui
The most powerful independent capita! on the Pacific Coast is now building a splendid line of railway of the most
approved modern construction Eastward from San Diego, and in a little more than another year these two magic
young cities will be joined by the shortest trunk line that can ever be built between El Pao and tidewater
Over this artery of trade will thereafter flow the principal freight and passenger traffic of the
El Paso merchants and .jobbers will then receive a large part of their supplies by this newer and
cheaper route through San Diego harbor, and the delightfully cool beach points of San Diego will
become the favorite summer resort of El Paso citizens.
San Diego, with its splendid present activity, its unprecedented-growth and development and its
magnificent future, is becoming of immense interest to El Pasoans and the numbers that are
acquiring property interests there evidence a constantly closer cementing of the bond between
the two cities. El Paso is the natural gateway to Mexico and.the distributing point for the rich
mining section of the intermountain territory, and in her turn San Diego is her nearest seaport
and the great ocean gateway of the whole inland Southwest. There is every reason, therefore,
why El Pasoans should take a deep interest in San Diego's progress and learn the facts about
this splendid young city.
San Diego now has over 50,000 people and is growing faster than any city in the land. It has
doubled in population in the last four years and the most conservative concede that it will
double again in the next three years and become a city of 100,000 people.
Great things are in store for San Diego. A new railroad that will open its magnificent parlor to
the whole Southwest is under construction. The completion of the Panama Canal will make its
harbor (which will be the first port of call in the United States) one of the busiest and most im-
J portant on the Pacific coast.. The holding of the Panama-California exposition at Sam Diego in
1915 will bring vast crowdsthere to further add to its activity.
San Diego is a city of wonderful and varied attractions. Its destiny is many sided. With the
most remarkable climate in the known world, a superb natural harbor, a location as the natural
gateway of a great developing part of the country, a position of strategic- importance upon the
newly developing trade points of the world, a remarkably fertile and productive tributary ter
ritory and a beauty of site that is the marvel of travelers, San Diego is -rapidly developing and
has a great destiny as a wonderfully attractive city of beautiful homes; a city of great industries,
and as one of the greatest commercial cities on the Pacific Coast. ?
For the man or woman with a little money to invest or the one looking for a delightful summer
home by the seashore San Diego is the most attractive place in the land. It is the place of
places for the young man or woman who wish to make their start in a healthy yoiing city and
grow up into independence with it. x
The most remarkable exhibit showing a city's resources, advantages, attractions and opportuni
ties ever prepared has been installed in our offices in order that every man and woman in El
Paso may know what San Diego has and is,ancl what the growth of San Diego means to El
Paso. We are here to talk to you and tell you all about it All are invited to view this exhibit.
Sm vllrfl A
402-403-404 Guaranty Trust Building, El Paso, Texas
BELL PHONE 450
m ! - i
- - j - : j -
oo jate to
One Cent a Word. 'No Ad, Less Than 25 c.
L.OTS AXD 10, BLOCK 51,
East El lso, between Madera and
Mazana. on'Estrella. Best offer up to
Monday 4 p. m.
Davisfton Realty Co.,
214 V" Texas St.
Sunday Phone Bell 2261; Auto. 168.
FOR KENT Two nicely furnished front
rooms in private family for light housekeeping-,
front porch, shade trees ana
all conveniences, including piano and
gas range; no sicic or invalids; rent
reasonable. 1219 ' "Wyoming.
FOIt SALE by owner, one of the finest
building sites in the city; 5j-120 feet,
overlooking Mundy park. Bargain at
ISO half cash. Write E 10 Herald.
I HAVE V CUSTOMER
Who owns about $20,000 worth of small
tract, valley land below El Paso. Will
trade for a arge tract without water
Room 15, Morgan Building.
FIVE LOTS, FRA3IE HOUSE,
3 large rooms, porch. This is a well
improved chicken ranch, o minutes to
Tobin car line, Logan Heights, 1 young
cow 2 heifer calves, 3 hogs (sows), well
stocked with chickens, ducks and other
fowls 3 chicken houses and subdivided
in 5 pens, all new furniture. All goes
for $1200 cash; must move quick.
Davlsxon Realty Co.,
214 Texas St., Room 29.
Auto. Phone 176S.
ATTENTION RAILROAD MEN IX
Why not Toom and board with an ex
clerk? Will meet any competition. The
Maplewood, 621 X. Santa Fe. Allie
Cheesman, proprietor. .
MRS. A. L. STEWARD sets the finest
table in the city; elegant rooms. 90S N.
COOK AXD BAKER
FOR SALE Good large delivery mare,
7 years; $40. 710 N. Campbell.
COME DOWX TO 1000 EAST FOURTH
St-, and pick out your roses, right from
the bush. American Beauties and other
flowers. Seventy-five cents a dozen.
Bell phone 3572; Auto 2455.
FOR SALE Good sound driving horse,
new high grade runabout and harness
at bargain. Inquire 113 S. El Paso St.
Upstairs. Phone Auto 1744.
LOST Between the Popular and Cal
isher's stores, a gold cuff button. Re
ward at 1312 Montana street.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
TV. MISSOURI ST. $3350.
New 5 room red pressed brick, south
front oin terrace, cement walks, steps,
etc. ONLY 4 blocks from library; terms
Fisk, Trust Building-.
FOR RENT New five room brick house
price $10 month, bath, water, shade
trees, porches; two blocks from" Ari
zona car line. Inquire 1501 California-street.
FOR SALE OR TRADE For El Paso
property, two good SO acre farms and
two goods houses in a good live town in
eastern Kansas. Call 1305 California.
Swastika, face cream, 1007 San Antonio.
$3200. FOR SALE Flue new 6 room
cottage and 50 feet south front lot,
H.ghland Park. Would take anything
of value for first payment; balance
monthly. Geo. Bush, care Herald.
vTjvnnnc TJKV XOTES FOR SALE
$3500 worth, for 1. 2, 3 years at 8 per-
cent (discounted on insiae property.
Rhokark, care Herald.
$50,000 WORTH of eiear rented city
property for sale or exchange. Part of
this amount can remain on the property
if necessary to make a trade; no agents.
Roberts, care Herald-
$C600 WORTH of clear improved rented
c'ty property for sale or exchange.
Part of price can remain on the prop
erty if necessary to match a trade.
Pratt, care Herald.
WHITE WYAXDOTTES I have in my
breeding pens a cock that took first
prize at Dallas, Fort Worth, Abilene
and El Paso; cock that took 'second at
E! Paso; hen that took second at Dal
las and first at El Paso; hen that took
second at El Paso, and others just as
good that have never been shown :n
competition. Plenty of eggs for hatch
ing at $1.50 to $3 for 15. R. B. Homan,
Caples building, El Paso, Tex.
WAXTED Cooking, small family, room,
American. M. 27 nerald.
CLOTHIXG Highest price paid for 2nd
hand clothes, shoes, hats and furni
ture. Phone Bell 266.
TEXAN DIES FROM
WOUNDS IN CANANEA
Cananea, Mex-, April 23. William
Davis, supposed to be from Paris. Tex.,
died 'here as a result of mysterious
wounds. He was found near the Duiuth
mine. A short time previously he had
been seen with two Mexicans in the red
! The wound carsing his death was &.
j stab under his left arm. which reached
his heart. Another wound was below te
j ribs also on the left side.
J Davis came to Caircmea about two
weeks ago and has been working at the
concentrator for 10 days, having charge
of a gang of Mexicans. He wus about 23
years old. and has( a Mexican wife, living
at San Antonio. I He came here from
Mexico City and was a chauffeur by
profession. He gave the names of relatives at
Paris, Tex.., and at Oklahoma Citv,
Ukla-, before 5ie died, 3ut the Paris po
lice chief can't locate the relatives.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON-
$S.909.20; pigs, $S.00$.50.
MONEY AND METALS.
WE BUILD HOUSES.
Why not for YOU?
The Great Texts Really Co.,
J. R. FiHk. Hrt.
$ $ $ FOR GOOD AGEXT. $ 5 5
Wanted a good agent, either sex.
Must have some money. Can make from
$3 to 510 per day. Call Sunday at 114
S. Ochoa St Room 4.
IS THIS WHAT YOU WANT?
9 acres of land and an 11 room house
with fine shade trees and splendid view
of surrounding country, close in and
just the place for your country home
or out of town boarding house. Price
less than the cost of the buildlng.$4500.
Frank A. Havrley,
Las Cruces, X. M.
rio.- o Hnron Tipmitifnl roses for vour
dinner table Sunday, only seventy-five
cents a dozen.
WAXTED White cook. German pre
ferred, small family. 1419 E. Boulevard.
SOUTH OREGON house, 202 East Third,
newly furnished, quiet place.
Cool, quiet rooms for summer. Ill W.
LADIES Don't miss the last sale of
fine millinery at Mrs. Armstrong's. 819
2C. Florence, Monday, a few of those
lovely patterns left. Phone 490.
FOR RENT Lisrht housekeeping. Bell
165C. 806 E. Missouri.
FLOWERS for Sunday. Get a dozen
American Beauties for seventy-five
cents Bell phone 3572. Auto 2455.
WANT A PENSION
Of $120 a month? That new apartment
on W. Missouri will give it to you. Can
be bought on terms; rent will pay for
it. Get terms and price at office.
The Grrtat Texas Realty Co.,
X. KANSAS $3500.
New 5 room red pressed brick just
above high school. Basement under en
tire house- Large screened sleeping
porch. Terms to suit.
Fisk. Tru&t Building.
FOR RENT Large nicely furnished
Toom, 1015 N. Stanton, opposite Hotel
Dieu. Bell phone 2799-
Norman Carmichael. of Clifton, Ariz.,
vice president of the A. & N. M. railroad,
arrived in 331 Paso Saturday. He left
for the west -on Southwestern train No.
5 Saturday afternoon, traveling in the
Switchman E. T. Williams, if the G.
H., has resigned his position and is
now with the Southern Pacific in the
capacity of brakeman.
E. L. Doheny, a wealthy oil operator,
of Los Angeles, arrived in ithe city over
the Santa Fe Friday afternoon and left
on the" train of the National railways
of Mexico for Tampico to inspect oil
properties there. He is traveling in his
private car the "Estrelkt."
Nctt York Quotations.
(By Associated Preai-i
New York, April 23. Money on call
Prime mercantile paper, 41 5 per
cent. Closlnp: Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 53.
Desilverized lead- S4.3524.45.
Copper, standard spot, $12.37 12.55,
May, $12.37 12.55.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.40.
Mexican dollar, 44c.
Current Saicller fnotattoM.
(El Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 53
Copper wire bars (cts. per lb).. 12 11-lti
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.)... 12 9-16
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sl2, d6
Lead (New York sales prices) $4.50
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar Hilver s 52.73
Calumet & Montana 1 1-1C
Chino Copper Co 12U
Ely Central 9btT
Gila Copper 6
Goldfield Consolidated? 8 U
Inspiration Copper 7
j Like Oak Dev
National Mining Exp
New Keystone ..
Ohio Copper ...:
j Bay Central
Pay Consolidated :
San Antonio, -part paid ;.
4'a5c'i"i" -r4 f4
JEFFRIES PUTS IX
VERY LIGHT DAY.
Ben Lomond, Cal., April 23.
Taking the advice of .his trainers,
Jim Jeffries spent a quiet morn
ing, the only exercise being to
row a mile and a half on the
river. He even omitted his early
morning road work, something
unusual for him. This afternoon
he put in two full hours in the
gymnasium and handball court.
NEW YOEK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald 'roni
H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Ariz.)
American Smelters S2U
Superior & Globe, part paid 45c
Grain and Provisions.
Fcrt Worth Lrrcstocfc. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex., April 23. Cattle
Receipts 1000; hogs 1000. Steers steady,
$5.40; cows higher, tops $6.50.
Hogs Higher, tops $9.15.
St. Louis Wool. ('lose.
St. Louis, Mo., April 23. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums, 22
24; tine mediums. 1S20; fine, 1114.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Erie Railway v
Missouri, Kansas & Texas
Texas Pacific 154'
Union Pacific 3
.. 42 yj
. . 69 J.
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to Tea Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Better Than Spanking.
Spanking does not cure children of
bedwetting. There is a constitutional
cause for this trouble, Mrs. M. Sum
mers, Box W, Isotre Dame, Ind., will
send free to any mother .her successful
home -treatment, with full instructions.
Send no money, but write her today
if your children trouble you in this
way. Don't blame the child, the
chances are It can't help it. This
treatment also cures adults and aged
people troubled with urine difficulties
by day or night.
Arizona. Commercial j-t,
Boston Corbin 13st
Calumet & Arizona g '
Utah Consolidated 24 1.
Greene Cananea g
Nevada Consolidated 20 uv
North Butto 3377
Old Dominion 37'
Superior & Boston jji
Superior & Pittsburg .. 1ZV.
United States Smelters, com 4?tii
tah Consolidated 24V;
Utah Copper f. 45
RAILROAD TO MAKE
NEW CITY PARK
Southwestern to Tear Down
Buildings on Mesa
El Paso is to have a new park. The
Southwestern route has s?rved the usual
90 day natice ou tihe tenants of tie
property located between Stanton street
and Mesa avenue and between the South
western and G. H. tracks, to vacate in
order that the buildings now on this
tract Tiia3' be torn down and the plot
parked and paved. The business con
cerns affected by the order are tee
Holmes Cleaning works., the Union Dyn
works, tiie American (laundry, and the
International Water company which has
a storage j-ard on tie Alesa avenue side
of the tract.
Galveston Spot Cotton.
Galveston, Texas, April 23. Spot cot
ton quiet and unchanged; middling,
14 c. Today's sales 1003 lales; to ar
Xew Orleans Trade.
New Orleans. La.. April 23. Vliile
English cables are lower, they are about
as expected and the tone of the aocal
market is steady. First trades were
fractionally lower but traders are con
fident of enough to make small pur
chases and the closing prices last night
were soon reached.
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. GIodc Ariz.j
Arizona-Michigan, part paid 35c
Liverpool, Eng., April 23. There Js a
limited demand for actual cotton in the
spot markets today and sales were only
4000 bales, including 3S00 bales, of
American cotton. Imports were 9000
bales, of which 7500 bales were Ameri
can. Futures opened steady and ruled
quiet, olosinc: from 2V. to 2 RncHsh
DISS IN EL PASO
Magdalena, rsi. M April 23. The in
telligence has just reached this city that
the only child of Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Spackman died from croup in El Paso,
where the mother and little one have
been visiting for several davs. Mr.
Spackman did not know of the cnild's
Illness until -he received word early
Thursday morning that the child was.
very ill. The father left on the first
train for El Paso.
Removal sale begins Monday..
Snyder Jewelry Co., 20S Texas.
The 23d Infantry Prom the
Philippines, Travels in a
AiK-tio? ? the 23d infantrv, from
the Philippine Islands, win arrive at the
urnon station early Sunday moraine on a
double section special train of the Santa
re irom San Francisco. ,
The headquarters staff and band and
soldiers destined for Fort Bliss will ba
transferred io a Southwestern train
and taken immediately to Fort Bliss
where everything is in readiness to re
f ,The 7Ffe, ?,ark movement will go on
through El Paso after a stop for train
The soldiers destined for Ft. ATcIntosh,
near Laredo, will not pass through El
Sa-nto. Fe ItandIei thQ
The troops are from service in the
Beginning at once, Southern. Pacific
crams Aos 3 and 4 will carrv a diner
through Ween El Paso and Los An
geles and os S and 7 between Bowie
and -Los Angeles.
The private car "San Jacinto," oeeu-
?ntQofytT?; KUrn- SeneraI superintend
ent of the bridge and building denar-
?o 10Se - H- W6nt ""ontSL
-No. 10 Friday evening.
One-third off on hand painted china.
Smyder Jewelry Co., 20S Texas
Removal sale at Snyder Jewelry Co.
Kniis CK.r f.irmtiirk. Close.
Kansas City. Mo., April 23. Cattle
Receipts 300. no southerns. Native
steers. $6.50S.30; southern steers. S5.75
7.80; southern cows. $3.756.25: na
tive cows and heifers. $4.00S.OO;
stockers and feeders, $4.707.00; bulls,
$4.75G.50; calves, $4.008.50; western
steers. $6.00S.00; western cows, $4.25
Hogs Receipts 1000; 10c higher:
bulk, $9.109.30; heavy. $9.259.35;
packers and butchers, ?9.109.30; light,
Much Other Business Con-
, sidered designation of
President Payne Tabled.
The Texas Bitulithic company, the
Gdneral Electric companv of Texas. R. M.
Harvey, the El Paso Bank and Trust
company, the National Bank of Com
merce, Robert,R. Seeds. Sam Schwartz
company.- Ullnian & Kaufman and
George Morgan Miller applied for mem
bership In the chamber of commerce and
were admitted by the board of directors
last night. John Dyer, was persuaded to
withdraw his resignation. The resigna
tions of A. Strelitz and Charles Beiss
wenger were accepted. A. R. Coleman. J
R. Bond, W. N. Carl and J. H. Gray
A vote on the resolution favoring a
""gSSiTlS J?Lnes deferred.
fssioir ?annf-erState conierce com
Ihf IhTnnor f t0 the Protection of
Doled Z' d disaPP ving the pro
to ?e tr,nl ofJ-naerce. were referred
to the transportation committee
weleSetfryKKinne 3 ed a two
elnnw ? "bsee ith pay, be-
th.il x tnt Payn- renewed his request
tnat he be relieved of the duties of the
orfce after May 1, on account of the
iact that it would be inconvenient for
nm to reach the city from his countrv
nome to attend the night meetings. The
board refused to consider a resignation.
It was announced by the board of di
rectors as the policy of the chamber
of commerce that no meetings of a po
litical character shall be held at the
chamber of commerce.
xml | txt