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L PASO HERALD
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
S ROOM HOUSE, WALKING DIS
TANCE. The greatest bargain oC the year Is
this S room modern home, at the price
of 5 room cottages miles farther out.
Has full davlight basement under -entire
house, with stairs inside leading to
kitchen. First floor has a den. parlor,
dining room, kitchen, pantry. kcnen
closet, reception hall, screened in DacK
porch, and spacious front porch. u
stairs has 4 bedrooms, bath room,
large closets, and hall. Back yam an
fenced, has woodshed, and Sldeva5r;
front- TSuHt of cream coiortu '-
irMtV. .rr m-nlnt-lno- nllt lua
around. Onlv 10 minutes walK 10
wiiu ruui urujcuuuK ,- . .(,-
postoSice. Streets paved to E"bout
block. Uou3ft,wIll be finished in aDom.
3 weeks, and must be s,old beto5 c
date. Price only $4800; terms easy,
splendid place for the money.
H. I. Howell.
213 Herald Building.
2 HOUSES AND 6 LOTS F??
This is south front PrPJ' ?
ground enough for 3 or 4 more bouse.
Near car line, in good 'ofjlfla
will rent for $30. Parties cwnpeUett
to sell, and will sacrifice for $36&u.
Worth much more.
H. L. HjOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
VAC1VT LOTS SUNSET HEIGHTS.
Two beautiful east front lots on Up
son Ave. near Mundy Park in the
most select residence district of
Paso, on paved street. One block Irom
car line. Price $2350; one-third casn.
Other lots at close prices.
H. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
VACANT LOTS BIG BARGAIN.
Two south front corner lots 2 WocM
from car line, size 25x110 each. "A
beautiful building ftnisht.
for the 2 if sold before Saturday nignt.
H. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
VACANT LOTS S ONSET HEIGHTS.
One and half lots, east front, level.
10 minutes walk from postoffice a"
block to paved street leading to the
center of city. Will be on the new car
line running out W. Missouri street.
Only this one site at the price. $l-o.
terms or cash.
SUNSET HEIGHTS. .
Modern 6 room red pressed brick, on
paved street, 1 block from car line, lo
cated in the finest residence suburb of
El Paso, right In the midst of a cluster
of high priced residences. Fric- 13
only $4250. on very easy terms.
TT. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
53 feet on Chihuahua SU block and
half from W. San Antonio St. This is
east front, close In. and worth $i-
per front foot. - Will cut a little for
quick" sale. Suitable location for
apartment or- rooming house, store,
warehouse or garage.
EL L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
TElXAS ST.. NEAR S. W. SHOPS.
50x120, south front, 1 block from fire
station, on the main county road. Fine
store rooming or apartment house lo-
' cation. Has at present $11 monthly
Income. All -fenced. Cut price and
H. L. HOWELL
233 Herald Building.
FOR QUICK SALE BY OWNER.
Any of the following city or country
10 acres in alfalfa, fine white' silt
soil 5 S00
36 acres voung alfalfa and wheat 2,880
60 acres, under cultivation 4,200
72 acres. In wheat and young
8Q acres fine bottom land, under
ditch .-: MOO
108 acres all under ditch, mostly
in growing crops 7,500
100 acres through -which coming
government canal will run 10,000
140 acres partly under cultiva
4 lots, N. W. corner Estrella and
Madera streets - 1,600
2 lots N. E. corner Estrella and
Madera streets -- 800,
New cottage. 5 large rooms, N.
E. corner Noble and Nevada.. 4.800
Income property in Campbells
addition; rents for $14.50 per
For further Information
Isanire 321-322 Herald Building.
SPECIAL TO THE RENTERS.
$SOO,000 TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
AT 5 PERCENT PER ANNUM.
In amounts of $100 and up, or if you
do not own any realt3r now we will
Advance the money to buy It and build
a house. Return loan in easy monthly
payments of $7.50 on the $1000 for 10
years, or pay it up sooner if you. wish.
In this way the renter becomes land
lord and the rent money Is paying for
the home- We also pay 12"percent on
your savings with more safety at
tached than any savings bank can give
and pay' but 4 .percent This plan in
terests everybody and we want good
agents who can secure business in the
smaller towns. Call or write for de
scription, literature and full informa
tion. THE STANDARD HOME CO.,
211-212 Herald Building.
El Paso, Tex.
CHOICE VALLEY LAND BARGAIN.
40 acres, 30 miles north of El Paso
1 miles south of La Mesa. (La Mesa
is a town - of about 500 inhabitants,
with good school, churches, etc) 20
acres In alfalfa. 400 bearing grape
vines, a few peach, apple and quince
trees, In bearing, sufficient for family
use, balance in wheat, 3 room house,
on a good ditclj. annual cost of water
75c per acre, signed up under the Ele
phant Butte dam, land adjoining, with
no better improvements, has sold for
$100 per acre. Price $70 per acre; good
R. C. BAILEY.
306 Mf.-sa (Orndorff Hotel Buildlnx).
Bell Phone 2068; Auto. 2217.
WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SITES.
BUSINESS PROPERTIES INSIDE.
R. H. THORNE,
CIS SAN FRANCISCO ST.
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A LETTER FOR YOU.
Rpileo sent In care of The Herz.lt
offico were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this moraine
These replies should ba called for not I
liter than oat weet after being: bulle
4 K. 122
C. C. C.
. G. T. C.
J G. 389
BETTER COMEr QUICK FOR THIS.
5 room brick house, 2 lots, has hard
wood floors throughout, plumbing and
other finishing right up to now. $0000
buys it; easy terms.
W. T. Downing,
209 Mesa Avenue.
FOR RENT. I
4 rooms, 2211 Texas $ 15.00 !
4 rooms, 291S Alamogordo lo.OO
6 rooms, furnished, 1119 N. Vir
9 rooms, 1519 Montana (fur) 100.00
9 rooms, 1119 Montana 60.00
5 rooms, 901 Mundy 40.00
5 rooms, 501 Arizona 30.00
6 rooms, 1519 Wyoming 30.00
5 rooms, 1136 Arizona 30.00
6 rooms. 711 Lee, flat 25.00
4 rooms, Wyoming and Magnolia 15.00
Store room, 519 San Antonio.. .. 45.00
If you can't find what you want in
this list call at our office and see com
plete list. We have houses in all parts
of the city.
Austin . Mnrr,
Phone 352. 204 San Antonio St.
THE SOUTHLAND LIFE INSURANCE j
Of Dallas, Texas, j
Wants firstclass representatives for
I West Texas and New Mexico. A No. 1
contracts for right parties. "iApply to
El Paso branch office, rotoms 311 ana
312 Caples Building.
YOU 3IAKE THE TERMS
On a 5 room modern brick on 2 lots,
southeast corner. $2100 gets it. Is
that cheap enough?
W. T. Downing,
j. 209 Mesa Ave.
SAVE AGENT'S COMMISSION.
Buy this new modern S room cottage
from owner direct. Price $3500 any old
terms.- Vacant lot or vendor lien note
taken for first payment. H. H. Bailey, 1
3S3 W. Missouri St Phone 1626.
FOR RENT 3 ROOM
Modern furnished flat, with sleeping
porch. $17.50 monthi 2312 Wyoming
St. opposite S. W. shops, or p"hone
You can name the terms you -cant
to buy on. 6 room modern brict on
W. T. Downing,
209 Mesa Ave. '
FOR SALE Bicycle for boy from 6 to
16 years old, brand new, good as when i
left factory; half price. Call Spring
er's Carpet Dept
WANTED 25 messenger boys with j
wheels. Salary $25 to $40 per month.
Western ITnion Tel Co. I
' ' J
SIX R003I HOUSE FOR RENT '
Housekeeping suite rented to good ten- 1
ant; furnished in suite, for sale.
FOR RENT 2 rooms for light house
keeping, gas range. 628 Stewart St
FOR SALE IcCAx, ESTAJTS-
BUY THIS BUNGALOW.
IT WILL MAKE YOU 3IONEY SURE.
It is on a fine corner 40x122 feet
It has six large rooms and more win
dows than any "cottage in El Paso.
It has a modern heating plant, heat
in every room, and basement under en
It Is new, never been occupied, yet
has lawn and trees already started.
It is a beautiful home, walking dis
tance of down town and only two blocks
from high school.
PRICE ON EASY TERMS $5750.
THE GREAT TEXAS REALTY CO.,
Phone 1073. Trust Building.
A desirable business location. 3 floors,
elevator, good front and show windows.
Have bargains in business property,
fine houses, vacant lots and valley land.
Real Estate, Fire, Accident and Llve-
. stock Insurance, Rentals.
Herald Building, Main Entrance.
Phones: Bell 1227. Auto. 1585.
MESILLA Valley farms
We have lands at La Union. Cham
berino, Berino and Anthony, the real
"Heart of the Mesllla Valley."
If you contemplate buying land for
farming or Investment we would be
glad to 'have you call or write us your
LAUSON & BEECHER,
Real Estate. Aathony, N. 3f.
FARMS FOR SALE.
SO acre farm, 45 in crops, balance in
light timber, .ail rich, sandy loam river
bottom soil, government patented ttio
ftil 1 Tiro f at v trVi 0 i tliA mi 'I
it 1. """ "' .luo xuree Saints !
ditch: signed up under the "Rii 1
Butte dam project; mile from Berino
(Santa Xs R. R.) depot The farms all
round this SO acres in high state of
cultivation. For short time the nrice
is $85 per acre; terms.
4 select high producing farms adjoin
ing the above, 50acres, 120, ana m-n
160 acres, highly improved, from $100
per acre; terms.
SO acres at San Miguel at a bar era' u
30 acres at Mesquite bridge, $30 " "
A CHEAP BLSINESS PROPOSITION
Store and postoffice at Vado (Earl
ham.) You can buy this at actual in
voice, incluuding 100 chickens and fine
cow, fresh. Good clean business and
fine climate. (30 miles north f tti
Paso on Santa Fe). Owner must leave
1q t-co finn -frr callfnfr rCAft .ti.
7" " "" &' """ niil cover
VILJOEN & HANNUM,
(Or inquire 32 City' Nat Bank Bldg.) I
j-u. -aiesa, n. .u.
H jtlTK .r: KB L ,. 3 M 3211 HBHB
One Cent a Word. No
..'- A Great Department Store doesn't offer for sale
nearly as many different things as, the "For Sale" column
of Today's HERALD. It's the "human . interest" col
umn of the paper.
NOTICE Anyone wishing to locate in
the oil region at Camp city can see
Hardesty with Hatton Kealty Co.
FOR RENT Front room with board to
couple of gentlemen. 25 each; family.
1115 E. Missouri.
WANTED Immediately- Lunch counter
girl, night shift. Brown News Co.,
Stanton St. depot.
A LITTLE MONEY FOR THE BOYS.
We need a limited number of Octo
ber. 1909. Bell telephone books. Will
pay 2Ac for books in good condition.
.Eii -ra.su -tri.ini.ing u., xui .u.a.111 ou
..00 HARD RLBBER FOUNTAIN Pi.
ranging from $1.00 to $3.00 In values,
to be sold in the next few days on the
corner of El Paso and San Antonio S-
FOR RENT to reliable parties, a 7
room modern apartment, beautifully
furmshed, sleeping porch, piano, plenty
of china, linen and silver; near library
We have a property on
this splendid thoroughfare
at a price thatis far below
any other property in that
vicinity. This property
will advance within IS
months so that we believe
a profit of at least $5000
can made within that time.
Improved with a 2 story
building and leased for $S5
If interested will be glad
to give you further infor
mation. Cassidy & Davidson,
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler
Building. Phone 920.
4 room house $12.50
4 room' house 17.50
5 room house 1 22.50
5 room house 22.50
5 room house 25.00
5 'room house (furnished) 25.00'
7 room house, furnished $60, un-
9 room house 45.00 J
9 room house (furnished) 65.00
10 room house (furnished) S0.00 I
10 room house (furnished) S0.00
1 16 room lious ' nn nn
EI Pico Rental Agency,
Room 9 Buckler Building
Phone Auto. 24S4. Bell 478
5.100 FOR $300 3 fine lots, small house,
barn, chicken house; lots on either
side cannot be purchased for $150 each
so hurry up get this bargain.
TWO LOTS o:i 3IONTANA. south
front, adjoining the new W. L. Gaines j
residence. You can't beat the :rice. t
HAWKINS BROS. !
F'OUR BLOCKS PR03I ST. REGIS
hotel on N. Oregon St Only $160 a foot
I HAWKINS BROS.
FOR TRADE Fine home in Los An
geles; will exchange for El Paso prop
erty. HAWKINS BROS.
BUY A HOME We make it our busl-
nesc; to find what you want HAWKINS
MOb. Homes Our Specialty."
MUST BE SOLD New 5 room brick,
south front on Boulevard. Only $3250;
small cash payment down, balance
monthly. HAWKINS BROS.
WILL TAKE BUILDING SITE as part
payment on this new 5 room brick
south front on Rio Grande St $4550.
( 12 PERCENT ON INVESTMENT Four
1 room brick, close in; must be sold at
. once. Price cut to only $2100 for quick
sale. HAWKINS BROS.
j ON BOULEVARD Fine corner; must
j be sold quick; paving paid. HAWKINS
A BtG BARGAIN on Mesa Ave., only
4 blocks from P. O.; 52x120 feet with
10 room house. This Is a sacrifice. See
us at once. Owner must have monev.
HAWKINS BROS. "Homes Our Spec
ialty." PRICE CUT 10 room brick, south
front on the terrace. On Nevada St
Ue ask now is $'350. HAWKINS
HERE IT IS. THE BIGGEST SNLP
IN THE CITY.
"We have just been authorized to
quote the extremely low price of $9450
on a choice N. Campbell St. corner,
with an S room modern home on the
front of the- lots and a 7 room Tirmc
on the rear. It's a genuine down 0
the minute bargain. See us about it
You'll be interested.
Lone Star Land Co,
213 Texas St
NOW THEN HERE'S THE TEST.
Do you really want a cottage on easy
terms. If so we have the cottage and
can make the easy terms. Pay us $50
and take possession of the best bar
gain in a 4 room cottage In the city
and pay us the balance at the rate of
$40 per month. Our price Is $2850 It's
an east front lot 42x122 feet on a V
Ange St corner.
Lone Star Land Co..
213 Texas St
MODERN 4 ROOM COTTAGE, EAST
EL PASO. S2350.
Only $300 cash, balance
Lone Strrr Lnnd Co,
213 Texas St
i" jrrrr -.---- -
x"" no. i,iK.ir;u MllOWN AND
KIV.KI? ST, 51300.
Best bargain in this district: terms
Lone Stnr Land Co.,
5 room cottage. Boulevard. $30: two
room cottages, .mitton St, $22.50
Lone Stnr Land Co,
213 Texas St
"WANTED Reliable boy to drive deliv
ery wagon. Onlysthose not afraid of
work need appl-. Guarantee Shoe Co.
WANTED One good man to do gen
eral work on ranch. Phone 1616.
TWO BEAUTIFIL LOTS for .-,! f
East El Paso, lots 9, and 10 in block 22,
of 50 "feet $500 cish. XddresT blx
234, Harrisonville, 3fo , 8 X
Ad. Less Than 25c.
LAXDS FOR SALE BY OWNER Have
j several tracts in the upper and lower
valley. Will take small payment down
ua.iu.nce on time 11 purcnaser aesires to
Improve same. State fully what you
want and how much you can pay
down. Address P. O. box 419, El Paso,
FOR SALE Furniture of 8 rooms,
house furnished in 3 housekeeping
suites; everything complete; rooms pay
rent. Price $200; house for rent. In
quire 1332 San Antonio St.
! SINGLE COMB RHODE ISLAND REDS
Breeding stock, day old chicks andrPprch; reasonable to reliable party; no
eggs for hatching; finest In southwest.
Phone 1364 or address SnnsM- Tn7trv
J Farms, 318 Caples Bldg., city.
pOR REXT2 nicelv furnlshr4 front
j rooms in private family for light
housekeeping; all conveniences, Includ
ing piano and gas range, $18 per
month. Only permanent parties need
apply. 1219 Wyoming.
WANTED Man for general work at
lc Vaudeville at once.
FOR SALE Horse, buggy and harness,
jjouu tonaiuon; sen at a Dargain; mis-
sion furniture for an office and recep-
tion room, roll top desk and revolv
ing cha!r.- rug and portieres, book
cases. Will sell cheap, leaving town.
Call 3317 Alameda.
NORTH KANSAS ST.
This street has been,
overlooked and is just com
ing into its own. We can
see a lot of money to be
made by proper investment
along this central thor
oughfare. "We have a
beautiful corner on tms
street owned by a non
resident. The price Is
right and can give good
terms, or would take some
Cassidy & Davidson.
Room 4 and 5 Buckler
Building. Phone 920.
PARTY LEAVING TOWN.
Compelled to sell his 5 room home,
east front 40 feet of ground close ru
Montana St park for $4250, on terms.
( It's worth over $5000.
Ivcttler Realty Co., 30S Mesa Ave.
WANT TO 3UY.
About 5 room house, cloae In.
dress 76, care Herald.
"WANT TO TRADE.
Some good lots in on a house; also
house In East El Paso and Highland
Park for property close in. Address
176, care Herald,
Elegant homes In many parts of the
city; clioice building sites in Muhdv
Heights, East El Paso, Highland Park
and Grand Vie'w; and many tracts oY
valuable lands in Texas, New and
Old Mexico at prices to suit purchas
ers. HaiTord & Collier,
417 Mesa- Ave. Phone 615.
See us for good rental propositions,
both business and residence.
Hafford & Collier,
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Pnone 615.
I will receive today a shipment of
the finest thermometers to be pur
chased in the east. They will be for
both inside and outside use, plain and
fancy patterns. All will be of reli
able manufacture andi register accu
rately. If you think that you are too
warm come and buy a thermometer
and be sure about it
Geo. I. Kendall,
20S Mesa Ave.. Makes Glasses Right
"WANTED To rent a rooming house,
furnished, in good location; not too
high rent with lease. Write P. Juarez,
WANTED A lady to do plain sewin
by the day. Phone 3293.
LOST A pair of double lens glasses,
gold frame; all in case. Reward.
"WANTED Care of home whle owner j
is absent for summer, for the use of
one room; single man;, reference. Ad
dress J. H. C., room 32, Great North
FOR RENT 3 room tent house, fur
nished, and chickens also. 3302 Cloud
croft St, Ft. Bliss car line, city.
FOR SALE BY OWNER Cash, 2 cor
ner lots on car line, 3 room tent house;
good furniture. 3302 Cloudcrc-f-t St
Phone 1376, city.
HOUSEEKEPING rooms for rent Nice
clean rooms down stairs, all convent-'
ences. 1324 Jdagouin Ave.
FOR RENT 5 room cottage,
WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH
N. Kansas St. building site, 39 feet,
east front, graded and terraced, $1350.
Boulevard, lot and half, south front
level, paved street, paving paid, $1450.
Several others equally as good. Come
in, look our list over.
AcdersonBennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 andj28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 1768.
BARGAIN. CLOSE IN.
S room brick, close to librarj. Must
go at once, sp you can buy it for $6500
Let us show you this snap.
Nevrman Investment Co.
120 ACRES VALLEY LAND.
Near Socorro. A money maker at
$45 per acre.
Lee H. Oradorff, 200 St. Loulx St.
WANTED 2 unfurnished rooms close
in: must be reasonable; large. 910 E.
PABST BEER ON DRAFT at the Al
berta Cafe; family patronage solicited.
310-312 E. Missouri.
FOR RENT 2 completely furnished
rooms for housekeeping, clean and cool,
with connecting covered porch. For
particulars call at 611 N. EI Paso St
Phone 252C Bell.
WANTED-?J3orse for its keen fnr Bum
mer; kindtrfatment. good feed: very
light worki .Address J. 10, Herald. " -'1
i j -i '
L'NDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
2 dozen eggs, 45c; large spring fryers,
country butter 30c. .All kinds of coun
try produce. Coi. Campbell and Over
land. . : i-
CLOSE TO YSLETA.
19 acres about 2 miles east' of the
depot. This land is .perfectly level
and the best sandy loam soil in the
valley. A snap at $50 per acre.
Lee II. Omdorlf, 200 St. Louis St.
FOR RENT 5 room cottage furnished
or unfurnished: lartre screen sleeolns:
! sick. Phone 951.
5 ROOJI COTT1GE E 15Y TERMS.
NeTV ner OCcupIe'd V lots, fine io-
cation, one block off Montana St.; small
' cash Payment, balance- monthly. This
is a dandy, uptodate in every partic
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and.1 28 Bassett & Edward3
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 176S'.
WANTED Lady to share one-third
drawing room to Chicatrof. Buffalo, or!
I "V-w Ynrlr rn "T. 1 ffV.. -ct -
j changed. Box C24
i -;:. " "" vi ". xcxCici.. c-.-
j WANTED A firstclass billing and
snipping clerk; must furnish bond;
give reference. Address SS8. care Her
SMALL IMPROVED FARM.
24 acres on the county road this
side of Ysleta. This Is one of the
best improved places this side of
Ysleta. Price $1000.
Lee H. OrndorfT, 209 St. Louli St.
4 ROOM BRICK, S2250.
We have a 4 room brick house In
Highland Park we can sell you on
your own terms say $150 cash and
balance by month.
Nevrman Investment Co.
FOR RENT Half 6 room cottage, fur
nished for housekeeping, bath, gas
range; close in. 215 Wyoming.
WANTED 3 nicely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Not over 4
blocks from postoffice. J. 103, Herald.
FO RRENT Half of 4 room cottage,
furnished for light housekeeping: just
newly papered, private bath, electric
lights and hot water connection; pri
vate front and back entrance; every
thing new and in firstclass shape; no
sick; no children. 906 Texas St
Two south front lots on Wyoming Sf
Bassett addition, for 2 lots In north
part of East El Paso. What have you
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co..
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 1768.
ON WYOMING ST."
Five room brick with bath and ce
ment basementT being offered at a
snap. Part cash and balance terms
Nevraian Investment Co.
' VALLEY LAND BARGAIN.
54 acres on the Island at $20 per
Lee H. OrndoriT, 209 St. Louis St.
A NICE 5 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT
for the summer months; parti v fur
nished. 1518 Wyoming St. Phone 1S64.
FOR SALE: 2 room frame, bath, -elec
tric light, etc., on 2 south front lots,
well fenced, trees, shrubbery. Cash I
or terms. P. O. box 392. '
MESA AVENUE. '
Don't you wish you had
put a little money In prop
erty on Mesa Ave., near
Texas St a few years ago.
HERE IS JUST SUCH
Another opportunity. El
Paso is going to be the
Denver of the southwest
Investors In property on
the north side will-make
WE HAVE A PROPERTY LOCATED
ON MESA AVE,
30x120, with a 6 room house for $5250.
that can be sold at an advance of
$1000 within 12 months. It is a re
markably fine piece of propertv and we
recommend It as the best purchase to
e made on Mesa Ave. at the price.
Cassidy & Davidson,
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building.
$163 IG LOTS $163.
One-half block (16 lots)) on Fort
Blisis car line. East El Paso, only
$2600; good terms.' This is the best
buy in the addition. '
D. G. Hcincman, 207 St. Louis St.
131. PASG LODGE NO. 130, A. F. A A. -
.-.eguiar meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
ftzr J. D. Mason W t
Masonic Relief Board 3rd floor. Ma
sonic Temple. Office hours: 10 a. m.
to 12 m. L. E. GlllPtt. Secy.
A. & A. S. RITE OF FREE MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
"IV. H. McCulIough, Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD' HALL
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT '
POSTPONED BALL GAMES.
Chicago, 111., May 3. Only one game
is being played in the National league
Cincinnati and St. Louis had no games
Tho Chicago-Pittsburg game at Pitts-
burg was postponed on account of rain
a.id the same thing happened to the
Philadelphia- Boston gamo at Boston.
In the American league the Cleveland
St Louis game at St. Louis had "to be
.poned on amount of y
MONEY AND -METALS.
New Yoric Quotations.
(By Associated PrtjaaO
New York, May 3. Money on call
Prime mercantile paper, 55 per
cent Closing Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 54.
Desilverized lead. $4.35 4.40. -
Copper, standard spot.' $11.9012.20
Spelter (St Louis quotation) $4.95.
Mexican dollars, i4c
Current Smelter (notations.
(EI Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 54
o;T n X Dars (cts- Per lb.).. 12 9-16 1
tIZ t , uue lcts per lb.)--. 12 7-16
rlx )hnao saIes Prices). f 12, sS, d3
Ieaa (New York sales prices;.... 54.su
.. "Weekly Averages.
(Couarlas SmoUo. r..r x
Engineering and Mining Journal.
new yobe: listed
(ByvSpecial Wire to The Heraid from
S. H. Bru Co., Globe. Arte.)
American Smelters "... 75'
Anaconda ''1 40
ColoVado Fuel & Iron.'.... ?fts'
Erie Railway $
M. K. & T fjS
Mo. Pacific ' RKy
Rock Island i0-y
Southern Pacific ...'.!."'.!.'.".'..'"i'o't
Union Pacific '.....'.'.'...177
U. S. Steel, common gQi
BOSTON LISTEB STOCKS
(By Special Wire to ta:a Heraid rrow
H. H. Rm -v fiinh- a-.J
I , t,.j
Arizona Commercial 15
Boston Corbin -79
Calumet & Arizona qqu.
Copper Range "." 65
Greene Cananea s
iami .!!!...!.."! 20U
North Butte .!!!!"32
Old Dominion T..c-.. ......" 34
Shannon ....... lO2
Superior & Boston - ........".... 10'
Superior & Pittsburg " na$
U. S. Smelters, commnn tmi
J Utah Con m
Utah Copper 42
(By Special Wire to Tne Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Clone. Ariz..)
Arizona-Michigan, part paid 30c
Calumet & Montana V. 95c"
Chlno Copper Co 10
Chemung J g
Chief Con '...'.'.'.'.'. l'y,
Cordova, part paid '111'.'. 75c"
Cordova, full paid 1
Ely Central iq0
Gila Copper 5JU.
Goldf ield Con .V. .V 13-16
Inspiration Copper 6
Live Oak Development 17
Majestic Copper of Utah 90c"
Mason Valley ii
-.U...1U11HI jiiuiuij jcxp 3OC
New Keystone 314
Pinto Copper igc
Ray Central 2
Ray Consolidated ;. 17
Savanna, part paid ii
San Antonio, part paid 7
Superior & Globe, part paid 35c
Tonopah -.- ;
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
Clilcaaro Provlafis. Close.
Sept 21.95 "
Sept . .
Sept . .
.. 12.3715 12.40
Market Higher. N
New Orleans, La., May 3. The local
market opened steady and fractionally
higher and a fair business was trans
acted with contracts oased on prices
better than the finals of yesterday.
England Business Fair.
Liverpool, Eng., May 3. There is fair
business being transacted in the spot
division of the cotton market today and
sales aggregate 12,000 bales, as esti
mated, made on a basis of $7.92 for
American middlings, or $15.S4 in Amer
ican values. The importers" 9000 bales,
including 7S00 bales of American cot
ton futures, opened quiet and steady
from one to two and one half English
points lower and 'ed steady.
Early Trade-. Hijsker.
New York. N. Y May 3. Tho cotton
market ruled 'steady again today with
the volume of business small. First
trades were about five points higher
and further fractional gains were made
during the forenoon session but the
movement was confined within small
fluctuations. The spot situation Is gen
erally steady with a fair demand In
some quarters, although it is claimed
the mills, are not taking staple at pres
Kansas City Llvestoeic. Close.
Kansas City, Mo.. May 3. Cattle
Receipts 10,000. including 300 south
erns; steady to 10c lower. Native steers.
$6.258.10: southern steers. $5.25
7.60; southern cows. $3.256.25; native
cows and heifers $3.50 7.40: stockers
and feeders, $4.00(4i6.73: bulls, $4.00
6.5d; calves, $4.00(5VS.50: western steers.
$5.75(ff7.70; wesfern cows, $1.00(36.50.
Hogs Receipts 14,000. weak to 5c
lower: bulk of sales, $9.05 9. 25: heavy.
$0.15 ((2 9.30: packers and butchers. $9.10
7Z9.25; light. $S.9009.20; pigs. $S.00
sileep" i-e5B?i 1:;-000. 0c lower.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN , AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, -WOOL AND COTTON.
$6.50st00; fed western ewes. ?5.50(
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Fca I!1- May 3. Cattle Re
ceipts o000; weak. Beeves. $5.60 8.30;
Texas steers. $4.606.10; western
Steei?i8?n40iS-70: stockers and feed-l'Z6-S0'
cows and heifers, $2.70
. 20 calves. $6.50S.50
HogsReceipts 10.000. slow, slightly
Wf- ,LxSht. $9.059.35; mixed. $9.05
,09.40; heavy, $9.059.40; rough, $9.00
8.30; good to choice heavy, $9 o
9.40; pigs, $S.709.30. bulk. $9.209.35.
Sheep Receipts 10,000; weak- 25
40c lower than last week's close. Na
tive, $4.257.90; western, $4.907.90
yearlings. $7.008.20; lambs, native
$7.509.40; lambs, western. $7.509.40.
Fort Worth Livestock. CIoi.
Fort Worth. Tex., May 3. Cattle
Receipts 3400; hogs 1700. Steers higher,
tops S7.50; cows steady, tops $4.00'
calves steady, tops $5.50.
Hogs Lower,-tops $9.00.
St. Louis "Wool. Close.
St. Louis. Mo., May 3. Wool steady.
Territory anU western mediums, 22
24; fine mediums, 1820; fine, 1114.
Boston. Mass., May 3. Dome3ti
wools are moving slowly although last
year's stock is well broken up and the
selection of choice lines is decidedly
small. Prices are made by the buyer with
Ohio 'quartet, blood selling at 29 cents,
Oregon staple at 19 cents, and Mon
tanaJat 60 cents on a clean basi3.
Fine territory staple is worth from 63
to66 cents locally.
Shearing is In full swing in the far
west and from 16 to 18 cents is said, to
have been paid in Nevada.
There is very little shearing in fleece
states, but 23 cents Is said to be the
transfer price for medium clips.
DECISIONS IN THE
MEXICAN HIGH COTJ&T
Three Sentences Imposed byt
The -Federal Judge in
Judge Miranda, of the Juarez district
court, has handSd down three decisions
of Importance in the state at large. Sec
retary Silva has mads public reports of
the cases as follows:
Ignacio de J. Ramas, a soldier sta
tioned at the city of Chihuahua, was
found guilty of opening a letter ad
dressed to another and making use of a
postal money order contained therein.
He was sentenced to serve three years
and 2o days, and to pay a fine o-$i
Catarlno Soto was round guilty
circulating false money at Caai&rx,
and was sentenced to serve twe yo&rs.
and one month and to pay $28. 5a
Miguel U. Duarte, postal serrico em-
ploye at the city of Chihuakua. was "V
found guilty of embezzlement el pblie "
funds. He was sentenced to serve li l
months and pay $500. ,wtff
ROOSEVELT AT DINNER
"WITHOUT DRESS SUIT -i
His Baggage Becomes Lost and as Gaesi
of Crovra PriHce o? Denmark, He
' Dines in Morning: Suit.
Copenhmagen, Denmark, May 3. Th
Stars and Stripes float above ,tfee ryal'
palaces fo rthe first time In the, klsarv!
" j-'ctiiiio.ija., tuiu ci-yresiuenprKoose-velt.
Iln the absence of king Frederick
In southern France, is the guest of
crown prince Christian, one of the pal
aces being placed at the disposal of Mr.
Roosevelt and his family.
The prince presiding at a dinner last
night thanked Mr. Roosevelt for coming
to this country
Col. Roosevelt's baggage had un
fortunately been delayed, and he was
obliged to dine In morning dress. King
Edward had precisely the same experi
ence two years ago, his baggage having
been sent by a different route.
RAILROADS VIOLATE ANTI
TRUST LAW BY CARRYING
GRADING GANGS FREB
Austin, Texas, May 3. Attorney gen
eral Lightfoot today in open court sub
mitted that the railroad commission
held It a violation of Texas anti-pass
iaw ior roads to transfer grading gangs
free of cost On the opinion of labor
commissioner Myers, Lightfoot holds it
a violation of the 16 hours law when
roads transfer employes ruring their
ELECTRIC WORKERS STRDSE
SERIOUS AT FT. WORTH.
Fort Worth. Texas, May 3. "trcHawf
and the importatioa of strikeferiaJMns -"
are the features in Ike strike of efcw
trical workers of this city, today. Lw 3.
Otto was struck over the head witk a
piece of pipe and was seriouslv inir4
Five shops still refuse to graat tlie f
mentan increase tram $3 ta $4 per ay.
TEXAS DENTISTS CONVENE; r
ADVOCATE HIGHER STANDARDS.
Houston, Texas, May 3. The state " I
convention of the Texa3 Dsirtal associa
tion convened here today at TursxvfciK -
with 200 delegates attending. Dr Jultri M
...., vrj. ausuu, me president o lift. V
organization. In his aanual address, i-2
vocated a higher standard in lice4!'
practitioners. Dr. Bush Joaes, of Dal- '
las. Is slated for the next presides.
FORTUNE FOR A MISSING
Galveston. Texas, pviay 3. TwelYi
niuuana aouars and a share in &
plantation awaits " Odfu TJiiV5
T Allti,(nnJ -- "i-"'- " -"
uvuiamuj woaiman. Deiive,r to . t,
Galveston or other Texas towns, ac
cording to information received here to
day by the police from relatives who
are searching for the womman. The for
tune was left by a brother.
ALREADY $300 RAISED AS
RESULT OF TAG DAY
The young women in charge of the
tag day finances put $500 in the bank
"at noon Tuesday as the results of the
tag day campaign of Tuesday morning.
This amount waa expected to be more
than doubled in the afternoon when the
high school girls took part In the tag
RIVER CUTTING THE BANK
x OUT NEAR WASHINGTON PARK
J. W. Hadlock reported Tuesday aft
ernoon that the river was cutting the
bank at Woodlawn, near Washington
park, at the rate of a foot an hour and
that serious damage was expected to
the land in that vicinity unless some
thing was done to stop the erosion.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Farns
worth, 1716 Boulevard, a 9 pound boy.
May 1st This adds another to the El
Paso census. Count him, Mr. Kilpat-rick.