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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday June 9, 1910.
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A LETTER FOil YOU.
Replies sent in care of The Herald
office were iwaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
later than one week after being bulletined:
A. B. N. 23
B. 341 X. 28
B. X. Y. X. 31
C, B. A. P.
IX 309 Owner
E. B. Lros Angeles
H. B. 21
H. 31 77
H. L. 175
J. C. , 235
J. 206 SI
Oliver Typewriter Co
ALAMO IMV, 314 S. El Paso St: finest
rooms in city.
BROKEN CLASSES: Ask Segall.
I am making some very fine colored
asses. They will be in green smoke
amber blue in all slTades. and will be
mounted in nickel, aluminum, sow nnea
and solid gold. Prices very reasonable.
Geo. D. Kendall,
20S Mesa Avenue.
S POOLTABLES, fine condition, $110 rooms and stables and every con
each. Weiss. $11 S. Stanton. Auto. 1367. J venience including pure spring water
piped direct from tne spring, allowing
LA REPUBLICA STOCK. pressure for house water, fountain and
I will pay above maTket price fori cm-ink-Hnsr. This is a barjraln at $3000
ivuv snares ua. .Kopuoiica- Auuiess o-ki
Republica, care Herald.
, -, t . .. - J 3 T
4 room on Mesa, close in $30.00
5 room, reception hall and bath 25.00
11 room, 2 story red brick, X. El
4 room (fur.) Upson Ave 25.00
See full list at office.
El Paso Rental Agency.
Room 9 Buckler Block.
Phones: Auto. 24S4: Bell 478.
400 ACRES AT $35
Per acre, best money maker in the
valley today. See
KcKenney Realty Co.,
Eoom 9 Buckler Block.
TEE EL PASO REXTAL AGENCY.
Room , Buckler Block,
Auto Phone 24S4. Bell 47S
"Wants your rent house.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY AT OXCE
McKcnney Realty Co.,
Both Phones. Room 9 Buckler Block.
$3300 FIVE ROOM,
Reception hall, bath and 2 porches, red
pressed brick, south front, on Nevada
St . easy terms.
TtlcKcnncy Realty Co.,
Room 9 Buckler Block.
WASTED TO TRADE
Household furniture and a good auto
tomobile, for 2 good teams of work
horses or mules.
J. C. Roberts. Owner,
Room 7 Buckler Building.
GOOD S R003I HOUSE
"Within stone's throw of public school,
and 3 blocks of postoffice, in town of
3500 inhabitants in New Mexico. If
taken at once will take good work
horses or mules in exchange.
J. C. Roberts, O-rrnCr,
Room 7 Buckler Building.
EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segall.
BY CALLING AT THE HERALD office
Classified Ad. department, Mrs. A. L.
Stewart, of 717 N. El Paso, can receive
e ticket for two to the Happy Hour
theater. Bring this ad.
FOR RENT. I
A cottage at Cloudcroft, $125 for the .
Turner & Davis, ,
XUD laS J3L. UUUI t UUllCO.
BUSINESS CONNECTION or position
desired by all round general office man
and thorough accountant; has perman
ent oosition as traveling auditor for
railroad company, but desires to locate j
in El Paso. Could invest with services j
in a good proposition. Address A. 1, j
care Herald- j
EYEGUSS C03D7ORT? Ask Segall.
FOR RENT 3 housekeeping rooms,
furnished; convenient for small healthy
family. $18. 630 Prospect Ave.
FOR RENT 5 room cottage, 1142 Ne-
vada St: large sleeping porch, base
ment and outbuildings; linoleum and
range In kitchen. Bell phone 3605.
WVNTED "Woman for general house
work, one who will stay at night pre
ferred. Apply 1016 Noble St, corner
ONE NICE COOL FRONT R003I for
rent $7 per month. 314 E. Missouri.
811 Mesa Ave., 5 rooms $25.00
1622 Boulevard, 4 rooms 1S.00
419 N. El Paso St, 10- rooms 80.00
8 room bouses in Tobin's Second ,
addition, adjoining "Washington
Park on the east, each 30.00
Houses in complete repair.
Frank R, Tobln,
El Paso and Franklin Sts. Phone 2271
fform 2 1131-1009-600
INSURANCE AND BANKING
State of Texas.
Austin. Texas, June 1st, 1910.
To All "Whom it May Concern:
This is to certify that the Capital
Life Insurance company, of Denver,
Colorado, has In all"respects fully com
plied with the laws of Texas as condi- !
tions precedent to Its doing Business
in this state, and I have issued to said
company a certificate of authority from
this office entitling it to do "business
in this state for the year ending the
2Sth day of February, 1911.
Given under my hand and seal of of
fice at Austin, Texas, the date first
Win. E. Hawkins,
WANTED Position by young stenog
rapher, not rapid but careful; 1 year's
experience. Phone 1996 Auto.
WANTED A white girl or English
speaking Mexican -for general house--work:
small family. Room furnished.
Call Auto. 1322.
WANTED Lady partner -with $500;
good paying business, suitable for lady.
Address P. O. box A. 829. El Paso.
504 Prospect, 3 R. brick (fur.). .$35.00
810 N. EbPaso St, 5 rooms 25.00
510 Wyoming St, 8 rooms 40.00
714 N. Stanton, 6 rooms 35.00
1411 Nevada St, 5 rooms 25.00
411 Willow St, 5 rooms 22.50
219 Arizona, 10 rooms 62.50
C13 Mesa, 7 rooms 45.00
800 Mesa, furnished. 4 rooms 35.0c
800 Mesa. 4 rooms 30.00
207 Boulevard, 4 room flat 25.08
" Hafford & Collier, -417
Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
NINE ROOM H03IE.
Must be sold at once. 2 story red
pressed brick, cement plaster, tinted
walls; all rooms large, brick mantel,
paneled wainscoting in dining room,
laundry on rear porch; front porch ce
ment rear first and second floor, both
screened. This beautiful home Is go
ing to be sold for $6500. Phone 1250.
W. F. Payne.
60 ACRES OPPOSITE CLINT,
Signed up under the big dam; no finer I
soil in the 'alley; on county road,
near canal, at $52.50 per acre; good
Broaddns tt Lenvell,
216 Texas St
One Cent a Word.
Look in The Herald's Want Ads. today for invitations to the Happy Hour Thea
ter. Two persons are invited to call at The Herald office Classified Ad. Dept. and
receive a ticket good for two reserved seats good any night this week. The
Herald's Classified Ad. Dept. will give two double tickets each day and call out
the names of persons to whom they belong. Your name may appear any day.
Read the" Classified closely and see the bargains that are offered every day.
J FOR SALE, MOUNTAIN PARK HOME ,
Having sold mv electric ugm. pulul u.l
Mamogordo. I offer my new Mountain
r Some' for saie. Best and most
' tff?e ,"., nn th Cadwalla-
convenient location, on the Cadwalla-
j arIUi near the Tiew Raynolds
r- - Fine ' ew bungalow will be
f; . llTiatlv in 10 davs. One
o .. .rn1in(i in bearinff. and young
acre of ground, in bearing, and young
fruit and grass. House "tents, store
L'- - - - . " ,
if vou wish privacy, convenience and
comfort in the best climate In the
world. Write M. H. Fisher. Mountain
Park, N. M.
LOST IN" POSTOFFICE Purse contain
ing small change and broken brooch.
Reward. Phone 1876.
LOST Between 331 Texas and First
National bank, rimless eyeglasses. Re
ward for return to Harris at Crowley
FOR SALE Inside business property
at a sacrifice. 60 feet frontage on "W.
Overland St; 2 blocks from Bl
Paso St.; in the heart of the new
business district. Address M. D., box
614, El Paso, Texas.
FOR SALE Automobile. 30 horsepower
5 passenger touring car, fully equipped.
O. 40, care Herald.
WANTED Experienced white janitor
for Trust building. Apply at 305 Trust
FOR SALE 4 Goodrich casings, 12 in
ner tubes 36-5-36-4. $270. Bronson
Auto Co., 420 St. Louis St.
A HOUSE FOR RENT Call Bell phone
FURNISHED COTTAGE for rent, four
rooms, sleeping porch, private conveni
ences, etc.; very cool and comfortable.
$30. 710 N. Oregon St.
"WANTED A -woman or girl to work in
grocery store. George Roller, 325 So
WANTED Cook, American woman, for
15 men. Address P. O. box 281.
"WANTED Position in circulation de
partment of daily paper, either New
Mexico, Arizona or "West Texas: had
experience. Address 1147 Nevada St.,
FOR SALE: Gasoline stove and oven,
other furniture, good, cheap. 304 E.
MONEY AND METALS.
New York Quotations.
!(By Associated Press.)
New York, June 9. Money on call
T..4ot.a k An 4-:i.- .;.. 2 fri. not.
Closing Quotations Today.
Bar silver, .534.
Desilverized leac, $4.404.50.
Copper, standard spot, $12.2012.35,
Spelter (St Louis quotation) $5.05.
Mexican dollars. 44c
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.)
Bar silver 53 i
Copper wire bars (cts. per ib.) .12 11-16
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.). .12 9-16
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sl2, dS
Lead (New York saies prices). .. .$4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 53.80
NEW YORK LISTED
(By Special Wire xo The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Ariz.)
Amer. Smelters 78
Colo. Fuel & Iron 35
Erie Ry 26
M., K. &T 39
Mo. Pac 67
Rock Island 40
Southern Pac .'..122
Union Pac I. .172
U. S. Steel, com 7Sv
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to Ths Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Calumet & Ariz
Greene Cananea -
Nevada Con .'
Old Dominion -
Sup. & Boston
Sup. & Pittsburg
Trinity . . . .
. 7 Si.
. ii ?;
. 31 ss
U. S. Smelters, com
Utah Copper 44
(By Special "Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Ariz.-Mich.. pt pd 40c
Butte Balaklava 15
Cal. & Montana 1
Chino Cop Co 11
Chief Con 1
Denn-Ariz .3 2
Ely Cent 1
Gila Copper 5
i Inspiration Cop 7
Goldfield Con 8
Live Oak Dev 20U
Mason valley 7
Nat. Mng. Exp 28c
New Kevstone 3
Ohio Copper 2 1-16 !
Pinto Copper 15c
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tv i oo Late to lassiry ::rT" r . .
& JWXXlWA.EJ.LiM. V XlilXJXI X ,H fcfcM tf
No Ad. Less Than 25c.
120 ACRES .
Rpfwpsn Oli-nt anrl San Elizario. near I
canal, at $65 per acre; good terms,
signed up under the big dam.
Broaddns & Lcavell,
216 Texas St.
VALLEY LAND 90 ACRES
In San Elizario, signed up government
dam. soil rich and level. $45 per acre;
Broaddus & Leavell,
216 Texas St.
120 ACRES AT $44
Per acre in San Elizario grant, signed
up for water.
Broaddns & Leavell,
216 Texas St.
010 RIO GRANDE ST.
5 room modern brick house for sale
D. G. Heiineman, 207 St. Louis St.
MUNDY AVE. CORNER,
Modern 6 room brick, large hall,
south front, street paved; price $4350;
D. G. Keineman, 207 St. Louis St.
141S Boulevard, 9 rooms f 40.00
1119 N. Virginia, 8 rooms 45.00
614 San Antonio St., 7 rooms 35.00
608 N. Ochoa St., 6 rooms 30.00
1216 N. Kansas, 5 rooms 28.00
704 Arizona St, 5 rooms 27.50
801 Arizona St, 5 rooms .. ..t 30.00
604 N. Virginia St, 5 rooms 25.00 ,'
606 N. Virginia St.. 5 rooms 25.00
2211 Texas St, 4 rooms 15.03
Wyoming and Magnolia Sts., 4
309 St. Louis St., store rooms 125.00
611 San Antonio St;' store room.. 75.00
Austin & Slarr,
t. $3400 "WILL BUY
A 5 room red pressed brick house, south
front on terrace. This house is strictly
Ask Hodge Realty Co..
303 Texas St. Both Phones.
EF YOU "WANT TO VENT
A house ask HODG-E REALTY CO. "We
have some very desirable propositions.
Both phones. v
FOR A SHORT TIME
"We have on Arizona St, in 1900 block,
a very desirable 5 room house that we
can sell at $3000, on terrace, south
Ask Hodge Realty Co.,
303 Texas St.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN - AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT
TON. Ray Central
Ray Consolidated -
San Antonio, pt pd
Superior & Globe, pt pd...
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
Chicago Provisions. ' Close.
New York, N. Y., June 9. The longs
in cotton are talking sixteens -uh the
authoritative assurance that borders on
fanaticism. The bears are thorouthlv
frlghtened and endeavorlntr to e-t out
I - m-., -m.;. ,. . l
j "- wit intun.aiuc:iL in cei) way pos
sible but the minute any big short in
terests attempt to , unload Patten is
right there to send values soaring to
dizzy heights and it is not likely that
they will attempt to buy themselves out
right now. They will wait in the hope
that improved crop conditions will
build up a bearish public sentiment and
permit them to ride out on the backs of
outsiders, which Is considered excellent
riding by professionals.
New Orleans Excited.
New Orleans, La., June 9. Continued
favorable weather throughout the cot
ton belt is leading to predictions of a
bearish July bureau, but it "is probably
felt that there is still time for unfa
vorable conditions to change the out
look while selling for short account is
held in check by the continued fear that
the end of the season will be a squeeze.
Cotton goods held steady but the de
mand was light. Yarns are firm on
contract delivery and spots are fairly
steady. The export market Is quiet.
VBoll weevils are reported in great
numbers in Mississippi and Louisiana.
Some crop experts wired that the Bra
zos river bottoms of Texas had never
showed a greater number of boll weevils
at this time of the year than some of the
most important cotton growing sections
of Mississippi are now bringing out.
Business in Spots.
Liverpool, Eng., June 9. A large
business "was conducted in the spot di
vision of the cotton market today, the
sales amounting to 15,000 bales, includ
ing 14,000 bales American; imports
nine. September cotton, advanced 2
points, middlings. S.21d. In the future
division active prices ruled firm. Open
ing figures noted an advance of about
3 points, showing a net advance of 1 to
6 English points.
Kansas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Mo.. June 9. Cattle I
Receipts 3000, including 1500 southerns: J
strong. Native steers, $5.508.40.
southern steers, $4.257.5G; southern
cows, $2.755.50; native cows and heif- I
ers, $3.0Q7.75; stockers and feeders.
DON'T MISS IT.
GOVERNMENT LAND FREE.
Special rates for round trip Saturday,
june 11th. to the new artesian well dis
trict, good land 100 miles from El Paso.
See us at once.
Davidson Realty Co.,
214 Texas St Room 29.
WE CAN SELL YOU A HANDSOME
COTTAGE ON A. CAMPBELL
ST. FOR $4500.
East front, lot 41x122 feet, material
and workmanship are of the best and
we can arrange easy terms.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
WHY NOT Bt'Y A PRETTY COTTAGE
IN HIGHLAND PARK.
We have one with 3 rooms, modern
Drick, on 2 full lots, we can sell you
for $1750, and make terms to suit.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
DON'T DELAY LONGER, BUY NO IV.
Now is the appointed time to buy bar
gains. Here is the cream. 2 lots 52x
122 feet on a N. Campbell St. corner,
for only $1500. There's a snap and no
mistake. See us.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
VENDOR LIEN NOTE SALE
On close in improved property. About
$4000. Phone at once 52.
TWO 5 ROOM HOMES
Close In on fine street for $7750. They
are worth thousands more.
Kettler Realty Co., SOS Mesa Ave.
TRADE VALLEY LANDS.
Nice tract of 12 acres on county road
just below Dorbandt's new home. Will
trade for good building site.
Write P. O. Box 209.
14 ACRES, COUNTY ROAD,
90 acres just below Ysleta, on county
105 acres, at Anthony, N. M., near
station. $125 per acre.
200 acres level valley, land at $4400.
Only $22 per acre.
50 ACRES FINELY IMPROVED.
All improvements, stock, etc, $4500.
Many other good ones.
Mnthevis &. Dyer,
FURNISHED clean outside rooms, sum
mer rates, $3 per week and up. Buena
Vista, 306 S. Stanton.
ONLY 300 C4SH PAY3D3NT,
Balance $25 per month for this modern
5 room cottage, near S. W. shops. Built
less than a year ago.
Cassidy fc Davidson.
FOR SALE ?On00.
NEAR CARNEGIE LIBRARY.
A modern 8 room house with base
ment, on Upson Aye.; good terms.
Casfcldy & Davidson.
WE KNOW THIS IS A BARGAIN.
Only $3750 for a modern 4 room south
front cottage, close in, on Rio Grande;
Cassidy tt Davidson.
FOR SALE A CORNER ON
Five south front lots, only $3000;
A LOVELY H03IE ON MONTANA ST.
At a decided sacrifice. Any one familiar
with values on Montana St., In this
choice location will concede that $7500
for this lovely 7 room cottage is low
valuation for this property. This price
for a quick turn. Can give good terms;
Cassidy : Davidson.
211 St. Louis St.
b. TASG LODGE ?iO. 130, A. F. &, A. 2L
Wednesdays of each month.
WW E. W. S. Neff. Secv.
J. D. Mason. W. M.
Masonic Relief Board 3rd floor. Ma
sonic Temple. Office hours: 10 l m,
to 12 m. L. E. Gilltt Secy.
Called meeting Fridaj', June 10th, at
7:30 p. m. Third degree. ,
A. & A. S. RITE OF- FKEB MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each .nonth in Masonic Temple.
W. H. McCnllough. Secy.
,THE MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF
Meets every Wednesday evening at 8
oclock at Knights of Columbus hall.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
$4.25 6.30; bulls, $4.25 6.25, calves,
$4.008.50, western steers, $5.508.10;
western co-s, $4.00 6.50.
Hogs Receipts 9000, 510c higher;
bulk, $9.45 & 9.50; heavy, $9.4&1g9.55;
packers .and butchers. $9.4Q9.52;
light, $9Sa9.50; pigs, $8.909.10.
Sheep Receipts 3000, steadv. Mut
tons, $4.506.00, lambs, $7.509.50; fed
wethers and yearlings, $5.S.00; fed
western ewes, $4.50(Q)5.50'
Chicago LivcxtocTi. Clowe.
Chicago, 111.. June 9. Cattle--Receipts
5500: steady. Beeves, $5.S0g?.7C;
Texas steers, $5.35 !g 7.20; western
steers, $5.50S.70; stockers and feed
ers, $4.006.50: cows and. heifers, $2.90
7.15; calves, $6.505iS.SO.
Hogs Receipts 13,000, o10c higher.
Light. $9.459.70. mixed $9.45g9.70;
heavy, $9.359.70; rough, $9.35(9.45;
good to choice heavy, $9.459.70; pigs,
?9.259.65; bulk. $9.559.65.
Shfep Receipts 16.000, steady. Na
tives, $3.500 6.00; western, $3.706.00;
yearlings, $6.507.60; lambs, native,
$5.50S.S0: western, $6.25(9)9.00.
Fort Worth Livestock. . Clo.
Fort "Worth, Tex.. June '9. Cattle
Receipts 2S00; hogs 2000. S ers stead j
tops $6.50; cows steady, tops $4.00;
calves active, tops $6.60.
Hogs Higher, tops $9.52.
Si. Lonis Wool. Mohc.
St. Louis. Mo.. June 9. "Vool steady.
Territory and western m'-diums, 16
22: fine mediums. 17(?i18' fine. 1214.
TIMES-ROOD SUIT of TRIAL.
Tihe suit of the Times Publishing Co.
vs. Elmer S- Eood is on trial in the dis
trict court. The Times sus for an ac
counting and EockI replies fcliat the Times
inif : aiKj t00i rGni;pq p,
"1 f K T, JtfTat
y"ll to Ir.e up to its ' tm
aamnped him by Lreak;nE; sin
"vrcis city circulaiioii manturer of the
n nm.nrnmrrrnl A LOMinilOU
Review Work Due, Adopt
Resolutions Plans for
Las Cruces, N. M., June 9. At the
meeting of the board of directors of the
Elephant Butte Water Users' associa
tion, H. B. Holt made a report outlining
in detail the work performed by him on
his trip to Washington, D. C., and told
of the order by the secretary of the in
terior that work on the main feature of
the Rio Grande project should proceed
Suitable resolutions were drafted ex
pressing the thanks of the association
to senator Root, secretary of interior
Riihard A. Balllnger, congressman
Smith of Texas, congressman Burleson,
of Texas, and F. H. Newell, director of
the reclamation service, for their ef
forts in behalf of the Rio Grande pro
ject and especially with reference to
early commencement of the work on
Secretary Frenger made a report of
the meeting in Albuquerque on May 11,
the result of which was the approval of
the Rio Grande project.
An executive committee was provided
to act in cases of extreme emergency,
to consist of the president, secretary
and three members of the board to be
appointed by the president.
Relative to the communication re
ceived from. Hon. Enrique Creel, minis
ter of foreign affairs of Mexico, secre
tary Frenger was requested to extend
thanks for his cordial cooperation In
advancing the Rio Grande project.
xne aisiriDution ui iJuiiiymcLa iuu
lished by the -water users was discussed
and arranged. Two hundred were or
dered sent to the statistician of the
United States reclamation service, at his
request, for distribution.
The secretary was directed to make
requisition on the officers of the terri
tory for monies standing to the credit
of the association.
The interstate committee was direc
ted to take up the meeting of the
Eighteenth Annual Irrigation congress
in Pueblo, Sept 26. with a view of
getting the largest possible delegation-
G-ILA FOREST LANDS
RESTORED TO DOMAIN
President Taft's Proclama
tion Received at Las
Cruces Land Office.
Los Cruces, N. M., June 9. Th3
United States land office at Las Cruces
has received notification of the restora
tion of lands which have heretofore and
are now embraced In the Gila national
forest. The proclamation of president
Taft restores to the public domain 231,
6S0 acres, the bulk of which is along
the western border of the territory of
New Mexico. '
The proclamation provides that the
order of restoration shall not go into
effect until March 1, 1911, and it will
only become subject to the provisions
of the general homestead laws, subse
quent to that date, and only after prop
er publication is made by the lario of
fice. LAS CRUCES CITIZENS
WANT STREETS SPRINKLED
Las Cruces, N. M., June 9. The street
sprinkler has quit work because a
large majority of the property owners
refused to pay their pro rata. Seeing
disastrous results to the paved streets,
several citizens are circulating petitions
asking the town board to levy a tax on
all properties fronting on the several
streets to be sprinkled.
BIG-FUND OF CASH
" Graduate College" Will Be
Erected by Large
Princeton, N. J., June 9. As a result
of special action of the board of trus
tees of Princeton university today, the
institution will acquire about a mil
lion, one hundred and fifty thousand
dollars in gifts.
The bulk comes as a renewal of an
offer made by William Cooper Proctor,
of Cincinnati, and brings to an end a
controversy over a "graduate college."
Mr. Proctor in Mayf 1909, offered the
university half a million on condition
that the alumni raise an equal amount,
all to go to a graduate college. This
amount is said to be pledged by prom
inent alumni. Airs. Russell Sage has
given one hundred and fifty thousand
dollars to add to the donation already
donated by her and to build a great
memorial tower 150 feet high on the
A request by the late Isaac C. Wy
man, of Salem, Mass.. variously esti
mated at two to four millions, It is
said, was the direct cause of the breach
over the graduate college site. It is
understood that the half million raised
by the alumni will now go to the pre
The funeral of J. E. House was held
from the Elks home Thursday after
noon at 4:30 p. m., in charge of the
officers of the Elks, who read the sim
ple ritualistic service of the lodge. '
The funeral was attended by tho en
tire lodge of Elks, by the volunteer fire
department and a number of the mem
bers of the Woodmen of the World, to
which Mr. House belonged. The inter
ment was in Evergreen cemetery.
MRS. ADA S. R.ICIIARDSOX.
Mrs. Ada S. Richardson, aged 42, died
Thursday morning at the family resi
dence, 1102 North Florence street, after
an illness of several days. She was a,
native of Andover, Now York, and had
resided In El Paso only five months.
The body was removed to the estab
lishment of McBean, Simmons & Carr,
and expressed Thursday night to An
dover, accompanied bj" A. B. Richard
son, her husband.
Eli PASOAN'S SISTER DIES.
E. W. Myers, a well known cattle
man, has gone to the eastern part of
Texas In response to a telegram an-
1 nouncing the death of his sister.
i i m a
Again yesterday, Wednesday, as usual, the
El Paso business men used more than double the
advertising in the El Paso Herald than they used
in any other El Paso paper.
Always carries more advertising than the
total amountfpf advertising carried in any other
El Paso paper for seven days.
This exhibition of the preference of the El
Paso business men for the El Paso Herald as
their choice of mediums for publicity is a " con
tinuous performance." N"o change in the pro
gram for several years.
Bear in mind, Mr. Business Man, that these
figures refer to PAID DISPLAY and CLASSI
FIED ADVERTISING- of El Paso business
IT DOES NOT INCLUDE CHEAP CON
TRACT LE&AL ADVERTISING which is
cciven the paper with the SMALLEST CIRCU
LATION, if the bid price is low enough, and
GIVE AWAY STUFF.
El Paso business people patronize theEl Paso
Herald so liberally is because they KNOW that
the El Paso Herald has a daily paid
Circulation of 11,000
More than three times as great as that of any
other El Paso paper and
The El Paso Herald
I Brings the Results
I It Never Cuts Rates I
' AT AUSTIN
Crnrnissioners Transact Rou
tine Business Only at
- Weekly Sessions.
Acting mayor J. T. Hewitt presided
I at the meeting ot the city council
Thursday morning on account of the ab
sence of mayor Robinson, who has gone
to Austin to attend the fire insurance
Little business was transacted during
the session, which lasted but 45 min
utes. The ordinance requiring the pav
ing of East Missouri street from. Oregon
street to Cotton avenue was placed, on
its second reading and adopted.
Other routine matters were disposed
of and the council adjourned until Fri
The City's Health.
Cm- health officer TT. H. Anderson's
weekly report showed a total of 33
deaths, of which six were Americans
and 27 Mexicans; 16 births, of ivvhioh
five wero Americans and 11 Mexicans.
The cases of contagious diseases report
ed existing are: whooping cough 68;
smallpox 7; measles 26; duckenpox 1;
typhoid fever 14; 2-5S4 vaccination cer
tificates were issued and 1330 persons
vaccinated; 217 inspections were made
of meat markets, 140 of dairies, 20 of
slaughter houses, 40 of premises, 124 of
cattle, S of hogs, 46 of calves, 6S of
bheep, 215 of fruit and vegetable stores
and -wagons; 231 pounds of meat were
condemned in addition to one live lug.
Sewer commissioner J. W. Hadlock'a
report for the week showed 150 feet of
sewer laid between Kansas and Camp
ibell streets, 250 feet of sewer dug up
and relaid in block 45, Cairrnbell addi
tion, between Oregon and Santa Fe
streets, five Ys put in, three plugged
sowers cleaned, 25 flush tanks and man
holes put in and the river pumping
plant running 24 hours per day.
The report of J. II. Coinstock, sealer
of weights and measures, showed 6.05
collected during May. t
Has "Store" in Alley.
Alderman Blumenthal said permission
had been given to keep a stand in the
alley west of the Wigwam theater until
September 1, 'but the man conducting it
declined to give a written agreement
that he would move Sept. 1, so he rec
ommended that it be referred to the
chief of police and city attorney. This
was done last week so no further action
was- deemed necessary, he said.
Alderman Clayton, reporting on a pe
tition of Luis Acuna, recommended that
permission be .denied his 17yearold son,
Francisco, to drive his public bus. This
action was approved.
Alderman McOhee recommended the
remission of $69.50 penalties charged
the Waters -Pierce Oil Co. for failxfreto
pay taxes for 1909- This was done,
though it was held that the company
should pav the interest.
East El Paso Fire Hydrants.
Acting mayor Hewitt, reporting on a.
petition from East El Paso residents,
said that their request for - fire plugs
every two blocks may 'be realized. 'I
recommend that fire plugs be placed all
over East El Paso addition subject to
tihe judgment of the fire and water com
mittee,' he said.
Adolf Hoffman said the fire insurance
rates had heeja. raised there because of
lack of fire protection. Mr. Hewitt said
he knew that, but nothing could be done
until the ovater question is settled.
Property owners asked that Mesa ave
nue be paved from Cliff to Hill streets.
This was referred to tJj street and
The ordinance requiring the paving ot
Easv Missouri street from North. Oregon
street to Cotton avenue iwas placed on
its second reading and adopted.
v Huckster Ordinance.
The ordinance fixing a license to be
paid by all hucksters and peddlars, those
selling fruit, vegetables and cereals being
required to pay $7.50 per quarter, others
$15, was placed on its first reading.
Alderman Blumenthal recommepGed
that each license be numbered.
An adjournment was taken until Fri
day morning at 10 oclock iwhen the mat
ter of tho adobe wall next to the site of
the proposed new Fewell building at the
corner of San Antonio and El Paso
streets -will be disposed of.
FOE THE BOYS
Baths in the Park Without
Tub or Pool Fun Un
der the Hose.
The boys have discovered a new sport.
It is a bath without a bathtub or a
swinimin' Thole. Tharbday afternoon
about a dozen boys, attired in overalls
and old shirts, barefooted, had the sport
of their young lives playing under the
sprays from the hose used watering 'ha
grass in Cleveland square, and wher
a hose was not attached to a protrud
ing hydrant, the boys opened this and
put in part of th afternoon railing in
the water as it shot out on the green
sward, or in "squirting" water upon
each other with their hands. Some rolled
in the water as it filled the holes about
the trees. They were, soon thoroughl.r
wet, butthey looked thoroughly coil
also, and said thev felt that way. As
the frovernment thermometer registered
100, it was probably a most pleasing di
version for the youngsters and may
becoane popular. It offers most of the
fun attendant on the old time swixnmiV
hole, ivith none of the dangers of stolen
clothes, sun blistered backs or cramps.
Attended by hundreds of members of
the Catholic faith in both Juarez and
El Paso, the consecration services were
held and the new church of the Sacred
Heart in Juarez was solemnly dedi
cated for worship Thursday morning.
Rt. Rev. P. Gavillan, bishop of Chi
huahua, conducted the services and over
a or of priests, including all those of
Kl Pso and one from Albuquerque, assisted.