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EE PASO HERALD
Monday, June 27, 1910,.
5T C Ploaeer Plaza. Opp. Sheldon.
B Mmp Iwwt in city, with buffet in
c nAX3mm. lac merchants lunch from
1! m -
THE EASTERN" GRILL.
"W aaser to people who appreciate
god tfctags to et
Bett PboBe 4SZ. 104 EI Paso St.
TKE SILVER GRILL.
106 SAN AXTOXIO ST.
Gd Me&ls our specialty.
Ave loiie 1$12-
&IMTARV RESTAURANT AND
217 X. iTAXTOX.
We pftoase people who like good things
JU. pbog -
2IO 3IBSA AVE.
W jrtcrrgr people who insist on
Ai " pboae 25 1.
405 X. OREGON ST.
lm eoactkm with our confectionery
er4 eoM drinks we serve tasty cold
!jBckn. Ant pboae 12-
por Sale Esal Estate.
3IEX MAKE MOXEY buying lands in
i..d Xeieo. I have bargains to suit
; ?rp6s. A. F. Applegate. Valen-
rv. Tews- .
LOITER VALLEY BARGAINS.
3 acres e land. 2 miles above
Tsiet. o a gd road. IS acres in
c ItfitKw. Well ditched. A nice
urtle srwig rcterJ. If " Zlnr
EW little ranch in a good neighbor-
a e this before you buy. Will
v cbeap. We have anything you
vut Wem mme acre to 1690.
PETERariAN-LANSDEN REALTY CO.,
Yi.ta. Tax- 265 rings 4 black.
VALEET LAND WA.VIED.
W. F- PAYNE.
ojIOXE 1250. AXGELOS HOTEL BLDG.
SS&Mu Crer California and Mesa
Ave. S3,ixl2t- Terms, 4 cash, bal
6r.es 1. 2 md years.
Sim. Oa Meea Ave., near Boule
Tjri room brick cottage, 26x120.
1-rawb Sfe cask, balance 1 and 2 years.
$!- room brick cottage, 40x104;
c "- is oa Arizona St.
SZfZt. roost brick cottage, near
IIuuscob SBsre. 4xS feet. Attractive
Two 4 room brick cottages on a cor
ner ?&sX2t. Terms. cash, balance
Z 2 atd 1 years.
IN. ytumd.T Ave. S room brick,
2T fex!2- Terms.
7f Browa. 5 rooms, $25.
fll E. Overland. S rooms. $35.
I34 B- Overland. 4 rooms, $19.
613 M-eee Ar&, 7 rooms 2 stories. A
spleaMA tecextoa for boarding house.
BEHR & WATTS,
WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE,
3JONEY TO LOAN.
114 Pioneer Plaza
City Net. Bek Bldg. Phone 454
FOR SALE OR TR.ADE.
Aif&ea'E Saaisary barker chair and
grm xwMtoer. Patented in the United
ate. GcorS. Britain and Canada. Been
tl-aoBti ii i. ami proved a huge suc-c-ff-
lb" ill sell cfeeap for ready cash.
Bex Xo. 132, Dexslng. X. 3L
HIGH INTEREST AND RENT
RECEIPTS ARE OUT OF DATE.
Progressive people quit using them
or'jen ifcey understand our plan of loan
Ir.g moiNfy anywhere at 5 percent for 10
yrs' time. Borrower can return loan
iz. easy moatiUy payments of $7.50 per
zr. Btb o each $! borrowed, with
t .e 'privilege of making larger pay
jtnts or paying it all up at any time,
I ws stopping all interest. Figure up
m nat y -svill pay for rent during the
r.-xt 14 years, then begin right now
! apply ibis on a home of your own
tad yon will feave it bought and paid
Zvr before yoe realize It. This applies
Xf city or farm property. Release the
hrh Interest mortgages by our plan.
As compared to S percent you save
5417-37 ia interest on each $1000. Any
cn caa own a home. Just ask us how.
Agests wanted on commission.
STANDARD H03IE CO..
313-220 Herald Building.
SI Paso. Texas
Apartment bouses are known to be
the beat paying property In El Paso.
W. 3isoeri St is known to be the
Iv-st apartment house district
Bollcings built by '.ur -company are
Jcrowa to be solid and substantial.
SOLD ON EASY PAY3IENTS.
Yon can boy an apartment house
from s on easy terms and make
jr-ontnly payments, reducing your in
terest every month.
K PERCENT INVEST3IENT NET.
Sfrew bs anything else in the city
tr.at arai give you as high rate of in
zerX. to say nothing of Increase In
S50O TO SSOOO CASH.
A small payment like this will start
Ten off as Srst payment Balance can
be paid monthly or to suit
Toe sever bad an opportunity like
this before ia the city Z El Paso. For
fnrtber information write us or call at
The Great Tcca Realty Co.,
I2AAK YOU SOKEmiTTli to sell;
7m can easily sell it Call Bell 115.
cto I J 15. tall the girl -what It is ad
TTe Herald will sell it No bother, no
will turn into money'
worth money; even if
Too Late To Classify.
A LETTER FOR YOU.
Replies sent in care ot The Herald
office were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
later than one week after being bulletined:
A. A. M. a B.
A. H. O. 40
B. H. J. p. X.
C. T. M. It. G. B.
D. H. D. R. L.
E. -. 225
F. H. W. H. B.
G. H. C. TV. E.
G. 193 Y. 339
H. 2S5 '-erpi"i Cook
H. B. San Diego
I- B. W. 36
J. K. 64
J. E. B. :i
M H. D. 377
BROKEN GLASSES: Ask Segall.
LOST A Boston bull brlndle, whito
face and feet. Answers to the name of
Cinders. $10 reward for his return to
Fred J. Feldman.
LOST Sunday afternoon, leather purse
containing $25 and valuable papers.
Reward. Phone 33S6 or 1095. Call for
FOR RENT Large front room with
large alcove, furnished for light house
keeping. S12. S06 X. El Paso St
FOR SALE 5 acres at Clint, 2 acres in
asparagus, with or without farming
tools and stock. 6 room house in
cluded. Address box 84, Clint. Owner.
FOR SALE My 3 room gable roof and
5 room adobe houses, with 1 acre corn.
1 acre not cultivated, large garden, all
fenced, extra fenced chicken park, on
county road, 2 blocks from scnnol and
postoffice, in Tsleta, for only S300; also
young milk cow. horse and 215 large
and small chickens, buggy, wagon,
plow, 3 sets harness, alfalfa, etc.; best
place for a home. Investment or busi
ness. For further information address
box 53, Tsleta, Tex
HOUSEKEEPING and single bedrooms,
ogposite library. 112 W. Fraukl'n.
IfOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN A
brown pointer female pup, about six
months old. Any Information of where
abouts will be gladly received. B'll
phone 2802. Will pay party for their
trouble. C. Shively. 145 Newman St.
NEED GLASSES? ASX Segall.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping; also sleeping rooms. 602
Mvrtle Ave. Auto, phone 1035.
FOR SALE Two 5 room brick houses
for $2250; easy terms. 5 percent off
cash. Room 1 Stevens Bldg. Auto,
J WANTED A reliable colored woman
for cook; small family, good wages.
S12 Arizona St.
FOR RENT 5 room cottage with
basement $25; 4 blocks from postoffice.
Bell phone 2337.
WANTED Plain sewing; prices reas
onable. Alvarado Hotel, room 24.
FAMILY GOING TO MOUNTAIN HOME
in New Mexico for summer want white
woman or man to cook. 1215 Rio
Grande. Phone' 824.
TWO MCE LARGE ROOMS for rent
with or without board. Opposite Car
negie library. 114 W- Franklin
3IODERN housekeeping suite, fur
nished, close in. -$15. Phone 1494.
FOR RENT Large furnished room,
private bath and sleeping porch. Phone
EYE TROUBLE? Ask segan.
3IODERN, beautifully furnished apart
ment; piano and sewing machine; close
in. $20. Phone 1494.
WANTED To rent a 7 or 8 room fur
nished home for the summer .months.
Thoroughly reliable party with best
citv references; no small children;
wii! nav srood rental. Pnone nao.
I MRS. If. O. DOW. 2710 Rio Grande St,
J can receive a ticket good for two re
served seats at the tlappy nour xnea
ter by calling at The Herald office
Classified Ad. department with this ad.
604 Stewart. 8 rooms
S09 X. Ochoa, 6 rooms .-.. ..
1216 Missouri, 4 rooms
1220 Missouri. 4 rooms
1418 Boulevard, 9 rooms
1119 X. Virginia, 8 rooms
614 San Antonio St, 7 rooms...
605 X. Ochoa St, 6 rooms
1216 X. Kansas, 5 rooms
704 Arizona St, 5 rooms
S01 Arizona St, 5 rooms
604 X. Virginia St. 5 rooms
606 X. Virginia St, 5 rooms
2211 Texas St, 4 rooms
Wyoming and Magnolia St3n
C09 St Louis St, store rooms...
611 San Antonio St, store room.
Austin & Mnrr,
. . 27.50
, . 15.00
FOR SALE Xew instantaneous pho
tograph machine, all parts complete,
with 300 plates; easy money maker;
Mounteford make. Can earn imme
diately. $45. Address J. K., Herald. -
EYEGLASS COMFORT Ask Sesall.
WANTED Flrstclass watchmakers to
so to Mexico City. For particulars ad
dress A. C. Smith, Watch inspector,
Apartado 92-Bis.. Mexico City.
"WANTED Xeat appearing young wo
man for cook and housekeeper; pre
fer voung widow with one child. W. O.
W., Pastura, X. M.
TYPEWRITER AND OFFICE SUPPLY'
CO. Agent for Victor Visible Type
writers, office furniture and supplies,
rebuilt typewriters; best repair shop in
the southwest Typewriters for rent
421 Mesa. Bell phone 832; Auto. 18C2
CHEAP GRAZING LANDS WASTED.
We have buyers for several tracts of
Texas grazing lands; must be priced
right: quick sale. 8 to 40 sections.
Answer, with description, price, etc.
Hurry; no agents.
Davlsson Realty Co.,
214 Texas St. Room 29.
NONE BETTER IN EL PASO.
Six room modern new cottage on X.
Kansas St, east front, lot and half,
large living room, dining room, beamed
celling and paneled walls, mission fin
ish, plentv- of closets. If 3-ou want a
home with every convenience look at
this. Price right: terms if wanted.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Buiiding. Bell 491, Auto. 1768.
E. J. HADLOCK. residence countv
road, by calling at The Herald office
Classified Ad. department with this ad.
can receive a ticket good for two re
served seats at the Happy Hour theater.
Too Late To Classify.
A SNAP, A BIG SNAP.
5 room red pressed brick cottage,
south front and reasonably close in,
lot and half. Owner leaving city and
says "slash the price for quick sale"
and we will do it. You can have it for
less than he paid for it. Part cash and
balance 1, 2 and 3 years. Let us show
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491. Auto. 1768.
FOR RENT 6 room house, 916 Magof
fin Ave. Phone 18S5.
WHY PAY" extravagant hotel rates?
The Ramona, 60S-610 X. Stanton, home
like, economical, sanitary; ample bath
ing facilities. Rates 50c to $1 a day;
$3 to $6 week; $12 to $25 month.
FOR RENT One furnished room,
housekeeping, or board if wanted. Kae
lins, Sll E. Boulevard.
FOR SALE BY OWNER Two lots. S
W. corner River and Ange. Price $1500.
Address Lots, care Herald.
FINE HOME IN LOS ANGELES Will
exchange for El Paso property. HAW
STOP YOUR RENT $100 down, bal
ance $25, will buy a big bargain in i
-oom brick; cost $2500; cut to only
$2100 for quick sale. HAWKINS BROS.
YOU CAN'T MISS ON THIS.
6 room brick, close In, on Florence;
will trade for valley land. This is a
snap. HAWKINS BROS.
513 Newman St., 4 rooms $15.00
513 X. Campbell, 4 rooms 1C.00
S10 X. El Paso St, 5 rooms fo.OO
1411 Nevada St, 5 rooms 23.00
411 Willow St. 5 rooms 22.50
219 Arizona, 10 rooms 62.50
513 Mesa, 7 rooms 45.00
800 Mesa. 4 rooms 30.00
800 Mesa, furnished, 4 rooms.... 35.00
207 Boulevard, 4 room flat 25.00
Hnfford & Collier.
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
LEECH FOR GOHUH
(Continued From Page One.)
and accompany him wherever he goes
about the courthouse.
As no sensational developments were
expected Monday, only a few courtroom
loafers and a less number of citizens
were present during the morning ses
sion, the three negroes in the gallery
over the door being present for the
hearing as they have been for each ses
sion since the trial started.
The court granted the defense a con
tinuance at 2:15 Monday afternoon, dis
missing the special venire of 100 anen
r.ho had been summoned and also dis
missing the witnesses who had been
subpenaed in the famous murder case.
The granting of the continuance came
as a surprise to the attorneys and spec
tators who were present at the after
noon session as the overruling of the
two preceding motions, one for to quash
the indictment and the other for a
change of venue, had made the gen
eral public believe that the case would
go to trial before the expiration of the
present term of court
The strongest point In the motion for
a continuance was the fact that Leech
claimed 'that his mental condition was
such that he was unable to go to trial
at the present time. This point was
considered the axis upon which the de
fense will turn in -an effort to acquit
the defendant of the charge. Tempo
rary insanity, caused by the combined
effect of an accident to his head at a
previous time, the excitement and an
ger of being ejected from the hotel
which he had run for eight years and
in which he had all of his earnings in
vested, and the relating by his wife of
the alleged offer made by the de
ceased to help her run the hotel pro
viding she would get rid of Leech, will
The plea of the defendant for a con
tinuance sets up the absence of materi
al witnesses, the illness of his wife and
himself, and inability b;. reason of the
short time since the trial to properly
consult with counsel and pr?p.vre a
He also sets out that by reason of
the prominence given the circumstances
attending the killing the qualified ju
rors of the city and county are labor
ing under such a degree of excitement
as to be unable to give him a fair trial
Leech sets out that ill feeling had
existed on the part of his victim for
some time prior to the killing and that
Kohlberg had suggested to Mrs. Leech.
"To get rid of defendant her husbanc,
and take charge of said Southern hotel
and business for deceased, and that he,
deceased, would assist her in the con
duct of same and look" after her and
Sake care of her." He says his "wife had
just told him this a short time before
the notice of eviction was served.
The prisoner says that when the no
tice was served on him he believed it
was a part of Kohlberg's plan to have
Mrs. Leech abandon him and conduct
the hotel in the manner that Kohlberg
He says he labored under great ex
citement and his feelings of rage and
resentment were increased and aug
mented by reason of the fact that he
EL PASO LODGE, NO. 130, A. F. & A. 31.
.rceguiar meetings 1st and 3rd
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rn..- i. w niiui -r-rr -r
f - n. v. s. Neff. Secy.
Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.; hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
A. & A. S. RITE OV FitEE 3IASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month In Masonic Temple.
W. H. 3IcCnIIouKh. Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSE3IBLV,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
something that is
WILL BE A JOY TO THE "WOMAN
WHO LIVES IN IT.
It is new, built less than one year
ago. Prettily decorated, and perfect
in plan. It is built of red pressed
brick on 2 south front lots, in the
paved district. Basement under en
tire house. Largo living room and
dining room. Nice reception hall.
Elaborate lighting fixtures. The best
sanitary open plumbing. Commodious
kitchen, with large screen porch, im
mense cheerful bedrooms. This is one
of those rare chances where the own
er's financial condition is the buyer's
gain. The records will show this prop
erty was sold for $1750. No reason
able offer will be refused; good terms.
Cnssidy & Davidson,
Sole Agents. 211 St. Louis St.
FOR SALE WHERE VALUES ARE
On Rio Grande St, 52x120, a beauti
ful corner, with a handsome 6 room
cottage, completely furnished. Includ
ing a $750 piano. Everything new, pur
chased less than a year ago. No sick
people have ever lived in this house;
beautiful lawn and trees, walks' all in.
Owner leaving for east July 1. If you
are looking for a bargain see us about
this at once. Shown by appointment
Cusnily & Davidson,
211 St. Louis St Both Phoi es.
TWITCHING OF THE MUSCLES CF
Is often caused by defective eyesight.
It can be stopped by a pair of accu
rately fitted glasses. But the glasses
must be right, otherwise the trouble
will not cease.
Geo. D. Kendall.
20S Mesa Ave.. Makes Glasses Right.
FOR RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
Business property or valley lands.
See Mathews & Dyer,
117 X. Stanton St. Both Phones.
Two beautiful woven one piece rugs,
never used. Inquire
AtiNtln fc Mnrr,
FOR SALE A camping wagon with
ton: cheap for cash. 3020 Findley St.
had occupied the Southern hotel for
about eight years and had always paid
the rents at the rate of $200 per month
up to -within three or four months of
the homicide. He says his furniture
was worth $6000 and that he only owed
deceased about $750, and that deceased
was. therefore, amplv protected.
The 3Iaterlal Witness.
The most material witness alleged
to be absent is given as one Chas.
M. Ball, who, he says, gave him the
pistol with which he killed Kohlberg.
He says he was going to look for hs
attorney following the serving of the
dispossession notice when he met Ball,
and that Ball, who had previously bor-
rowed his revolver, returned it to him
and told him that he needed it no
longer. Placing the pistol in his pock-
!et, he says he went to see his attorney,
but not finding him In, proceeded to
Kohlberg's place of business.
He says that arriving at the place
! of business od deceased he was treated
' with contempt, thereby arourlng great
j feelings of resentment and rage In his
mind. Laboring under these feelings
j he says that "he !hot the deceased by
! reason of such feelings controling his
action absolutely, and he being at the
t time wholly incapable of acting other-I-nis?
than he did." He sets out that
he had no intention of killing deceased
or doing bodily harm when he went
to the place. '
He declares that Ball had no knowl
edge of any trouble between himrelf
and Kohlberg when the pistol was
j given him.
Wife Is 111
It is set out that Mrs. Leech, whoe
testimony will be material in the trial,
is suffering from nervous prostration
and is unable to be present in court
He wishes to prove by her, he says, ihat
the deceased suggested that she gt rid
oi her husband, the defendant, and run
the hotel under his (Kohlberg's) di
rection. Injury Caused Suffering:.
Defendant sets out that, owing to an
injury to his spinal column received
while in the employ of the Santa Fe
railroad and an injury .sustained to his
head when he was a small boy, he suf
fers pain continuously: also that he
suffers from a crushed foot and ankle
sustained on the Southwestern railroad
several years ago. Due to all of these,
he sets out that "he has not been able
to control his feelings and actions as he
could beore any of said injuries, and that
he is more readily moved and influenced
by the passions resulting from provo
cation given than before he was in
jured." , .-uuiur nweei oi Socorro country, New
Mexico, is one of the witnesses by whom"
defendant wants to prove his injuries.
He also wantt Ben Tolson as p witnP'
. None of these! he says, are at present in
El Pazo couniy. Bj reason of his finan
cial condition, defendant sets out that
he has not been able to procure these
Saturday Afternoon's Sesrton.
The Saturday afternoon session of the
Leech trial was a brief one. lasting
only an hour. No evidence was intro
duced in rebuttal either by the state
or the defense in support of the motion
for a change of "venue. Attorney P E
Gardner presented theflrst argument
for the defense, citing a case which
was tried in Torrence county, Texas,
under similar conditions and which
was reversed by the higher court.
Judge T. A. Falvey presented the
only argument for the state, making
an extended analysis of the evidence
Judge J- E. Wharton closed for the
defense, citing the same case as his col
league and comparing the facts of the
The court overruTSu the motion for a
change of venue.
The defense gave notice that it would
file a bill of exceptions, after which
it notifed the court that it washed
time to prepare a motion for a post
ponement The attorneys for the de
fense were given until 9 o'clock Mon
day morning in which to-, prepare the
The asking for a postponement in- J
. m m p 1 4& t a OO r
stead of a continuance came as a sur
prise to the attorneys for the state,
as they were expecting a motion for a
cotinuance should the motion for a
change of venue be overruled. But as
the present term of court is nearing
an end, it is thought that the defense
expects to get a postponement until the
fall term of court which will mean
in fact a continuanuce.
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DENVER. COLO. Brown Palace, Al
bany, S. WIdom, Western Newa Stands,
Katz News Agency 67th and Champa.
SEATTLE, WASH. foreign and Do
mestic News Agency, corner 1st avenue
South and Washington street; also S. E.
corner 2nd avenue and Cherry street,
Acme News Co., W. O. Whitney.
OAKLAND, CAL. Enquirer News Co.
SAX FRANCISCO, CAL. Hotel St
Francis,, United News Agents, 111-2
Eddy street; Golden Gate News Agency,
789 Market street
LOS , AXGELES. CAL Independent
News Co., Kemp News Co. (wagons). Al
fred Wimbush (-agon;.
SALT LAKE XTITY. UTAH Frank
Polansky, Rosenfeld & Hanson- Chas.
SAN ANTONIO, TEX. Louis Book
Store, Sain Rosenthal, 336 Houston
FORT WORTH Victor Matchett, 615
E. Belknap "street; World News Co.,
709 Main street
DALLAS M. B. Meyer. 316 Main
Btreet; H. E. Turner.
MEMPHIS. TENX. World News Co.
NEW ORLEANS, LA. Geo. Wallace,
103 Royal; World News Co.
MEXICO CITY The Aztec, Bine
Book Store. Am. Photo Co., Ave. San
PARRAL, MEX. Parral Nenss Co.
CHIHUAHUA, MEX. Robsrto Schnei-dor-Am.
Photo and Sta. Co.
NEW YORK Imperial Hotel, Arthur
Hotaling No. 1, Park Row -Broadway
and 33rd-Broadway and 42nd-1400
Broadway, Grand Central Station;
Henry Schutz, P. O. Times Square.
WASHINGTON, D. C Raleigh, Eb
bitt, Columbia News Agency, Henry Sie
CHICAGO. ILL. Auditorium, Great
Xorthern, Queen City Xews Stands, Em
pire News Co. (wagons). Chicago News
paper Agency, 170 Madison (wagon).
PHILADELPHIA Beilevue, Quaker
News Co.. Arthur Hotallncr.
PITTSBURG Lincoln. "
ST LOUIS Planters, Southern, Jef
ferson. BROTHERLY LOVE.
-t.- t ennnft that when your
brother "comes to New York you
will see that he is properly enter
tained? Nag He shall have everything
that his money will buy!
Visitors To Know
El Paso has 35 miles of street
El Paao 'haa 30 miles of asphaft
El Paao city has an assessed
valuation of $30,000,000.
El Paso has eight railroads- and
a $500,000 union passenger term-
El Paso has 25 mail carriers,
end the postoffice receipts last
year were $108,000.
Bl Paso has never had a sun
stroke, a panic, or a strike that
tied up any industry.
El Paso is one of the most im
portant ports of entry and export
in the Umted States.
El Paso has the hest lighted
business district of any city in
Texas; see for yourself tonight.
El Paso railroads handled 600,
000 cars in the local yards last
year and their payrolls aggre
El Paso wjll invest $2,500,000
in new buildings this year and In-
vest $2,500,000 more in improve-
UAGXn 04.XVL AU U li. A C9
El Paso has eight banks, five
national and three state, with a
combined capital of over $2,000,
000 and deposits of $10,000,000.
El Paso has $600,000 invested
in school buildings and grounds,
acd $25,000 in manual training
and domestic science equipment.
Bl Paso is in the center of a
tract cd 225.000 acres of land that
will be irrigated by a $10,000,000
dam which the government is now
El Paso has three steam fire
engines, five combination hose and
cbemdcal wagons, one automobile
combination wagon, and extension
You'll he surprised at
the results you vill get
from a small want, rent
or for sale ad in The
Herald. Will not cost
more than 25c to 50c.
phone Irell 115, Auto
1115 and tell the girl.
MONEY AND METALS.
New York Quotations.
(By Associated Press, i
New York, June 27. Money on call
Prime mercantile paper, 47i5 per
cent Closing Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 53.
Desilverized lead, $4.454.50.
Copper, standard spot, ?11.95J12.25;
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) ?4.97.
Mexican dollars. 44c.
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.)
Bar silver 53'
Copper (wire bars) lrs
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sl5, dO
Lead (New York saies prices) ... .$4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 53.62
Copper m 12.33
NEW YOEX listed
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Amer. Smelters 73 4
Colo. Fuel &. Iron 34
Erie Ry 26&
M., K. & T 87
Mo. Pac 66
Rock Island 38
Southern Pac 119
Union Pac 168
U. S. Steel, com 75
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Ariz. Commercial 15
Bost Corb ..' 124
Calumet & Ariz 53
Copper Range 62
Greene Cananea .. ly,
Miami ". 19
Nevada Con 18
North Butte 25
Old Dominion 34
Sup. & Boston 9
Sup. & Pittsburg 10
U. S. Smelters, com 39
Utah Con 21
Utah Copper 42
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Ariz. -Mich., pt pd 30c
Cactus '. 2
Cat & Montana 1
Chino Cop. Co 11
Chief Con 1
Cordova, pt pd -r. - 75c
Cordova, full pd. Asked 1
Ely Cent 1
Gila Copper 5
Goldfield Con 9
Irsplration Cop 7 7-16
L'vp Oak Dev 20
) Mason Valley 7
Nat. Mng. Exp 1 24c
1 Xw Kevstone 3
'Ohio Copper 113-16
Pinto Ccpper 13c
Ray Central 2
, Ray Consolidated 17
San Antonio, pt pd i
Superior & Globe, pt pd 30c
Grain and Provisions.
Cliicaco Grain. Close.
July . .
Chicago Provisions. Close.
Sept S. 12.3712.40
Sept 12.42 12.45
Kansas City Livsaroct. Close.
Kansas City, Mo.. June 27. Cattle
Receipts 7000; steady. Xatlve steers.
$5.25 8.35; southern steers, $3.75 6.75;
southern cows. S2.754.50; native cows
and heifers, $2.757.25; stoakers and
feeders, $3.50(3 6.00; bulls, $ 3.25 2 5.75;
calves, S4.00(p!7.75; western steers, S5.00
S.00; western cows. $3.00 6.00.
Hogs Receipts 5000; 5c lower; bulk,
$9.259.40; heavy. $9.159.30; packers
and butchers, $9.25 9.35; light, S9.30
9.40; pigs. $S.759.10.
Hoirs Receipts 5000. 5c lower; bu'k.
$9.259.40; heavy. $9.159.30; packers
and butchers, $9.259.35; light. $9 30 '3
9.40; pigs, $8.75 9.10. I
Sheep Receipt 8000. steady. Mut
tons. $4.005 00: lambs, $6.00S6.73; fed
wethers and yearlings. 34.255.75; fed
western ewes. $4.0O4.75.
Clilcnpr LlvenToeK. Close.
Chicago. 111.. June 27. Cacti 3 Re
ceipts 22,000: weak to 10c lower.
Beeves, $5.25?S.50; Texas steers. $."30
(g 6.90; western steers. 55.2o'?7.30;
stcckers and feeders, $3.605 45: cow?
and heifers, $2.60(g)6.70; calves, $6.00
S.50. . I
Hogs Receipts 33,000; 5ff10c lower.
Light. $9.309.60; mixed, $9.159.55;
havy. $S.S589.40: rough. $S.S59.05;
good to choice heavy. $9.05 9.40; pigs,
$9.159.60; bulk. $9.3589.45.
Sheep Receipts 16.000; steady. Xa
tive. $2.754.90; -western, $3.004.S5;
yearlings. $5.25 (? 6.25; lambs, native.
$4.757.90; western, $5.00g7.50. k
Fort 'Worth Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth. Tex.. June 27. Cattle
Receipts 3300; hogs 1500. Steers steady,
tops $6.00; calves steady, taps $5.20;
cows lower, tops $4.10.
Hogs Firm: tops $9.35.
RoT,fn?anynTna Jarge. deposit of monzonite (Porphvrv) copper at
f"Mtero Co ). .Nr Mexico, 12 miles from Tularosa station andTcom
Ey Jufv 1st nSt concentrating mill, which will be in operation
v -pISr"Jld ajon 550,000-$5.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
r'nI: ern.Pdent Southern Tron & Equipment Company. Atlanta, ol
SSIt bS.; bT Paso. Wallace Wallace & SumrnerhayS, 519-lo
thisJpL d n NCVr Yrk Curb' Fr luoations see Financial Column
merit -recommend the above enterprise as an investment of nnqnestioned
j2?r 1(i pa;Je book "titled TIIE COPPER I l&lftin 3f rrcRTMt'ortM mm
SCRAP BOOK," on request. Also Weekly WH2 R. FRn&G?GH & GO,,
Unln Market lamexa. j KataM'sbeU 1000 37W3 Wall St.. New Xcrk City.
fieprewntatlve wanted la El Paso.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON.
St. Loulr "Wool. Close.
St. Louis, Mo., June 27. Wool steady
Territory and western mediums, 17
22; fine mediums, 16g!17; fine, 1214.
Galveston Spot Cotton.
Galveston, Tex., June 27. Spot cotton
easy and unchanged; middling, 14
ll-16c; no sales.
Frank Walsh Held in Con
nection With Case of
Frank Wal&n, alias Garfield, was
brought to this city Monday from Los
Angeles, where he was held for the
federal grand Jury at El Paso on the
charge of having had smuggled opium
in his possession here. He was placed
under a bond of $1000 in California,
and not being able to give it was
sent to El Paso in charge of a United
States deputy marshaL The man is in
the county jaiL but has not yet been
turned over to the federal officers here.
The charge against him is connected
with the case of Ethel Jackson, an
El Paso woman who was arrested sev
eral days ago by customs officers after
a package which she had expressed to
Los Angeles had been opened by cus
toms officers. Her case was to have
been heard by United States commis
sioner George B. Oliver Monday after
noon, but a continuance until Tuesday
morning was agreed upon by attor
neys. THE WEATHER.
For El Paso and vtdnityt Showers to
night or Tuesday.
For New Mexico: Local showers to
night and Tuesday.
For west Texas: Tonight and Tues
day partly cloudy weather; showers In
extreme western portion tonight or
River at El Paso: Practically no
At Leasburg: No water running.
Highest temperature at El Paso last
24 hours, 76 degrees; lowest last 12
hours, 62 degrees; rainfall last 24 honrs,
1.02 in. (Observation taken 6 a. m.
Cloudcroft, X. M., 9 a. m. June 27.
Weather for the past 24 hours: Cloudy;
calm; light rain between 11a.m. and 1
p. m. Maximum temperature 6S; mini
mum, 47. Precipitation .02 Inches
All (trains arrive and depart from
Union dppot foot of San Francises
street except those of Mexico North
Western. A,il arrivals and departures
given in El Paso or mountain standard
AtcUses, Toeka &. Saxta Fe.
0 -i' Arr dily from north 9:48 a.ra,
&' v V' d,ail3r for north.. 3:55 p.m.
No. 22, Ir. daily for north.. :4S a.nt
EI Pse SeHthrreaterau
,.. (Western Division.)
Mau and Express
Leave daily 7:5 j.
Leaves dally i:99 p
. . (Eastern Divlsloa.)
Arrives daily 9:05
Leaves daily 6:53 p.
Golden State limited. East-bound
SSK, ::,:::::::::::::::::1i:iS j
Arrives ........... 4. S:S9n s.
Through Passenger and" Mall
Arrives h I9:4i jm.
SesVall? ' J":
Arrives daily ." 7a
, , S8 FseMte.
California Fast Mail
Arrives daily j.aa ,
Leaves dally i . . .. . . .iViJ ii
Golden State Limited, tret bound .
Arrives J-sa -a-m.
Departs -......,, 4-08 ntai!
Sunset Limited " "" 'B
Atrives daily v.w... SrtJfl v.m.
aves daily ,ct, l:ag
SSKi :::::::::::::;: S3 12
a . ,. .Teaai PacMe.
Arrives daily ........ . 7ij..
Leaves daily ' ...:.;;;""; it JS:
Xatlonal Railways of Merfco.
Mail and Express
Arrives daily 7.9S -
Leaves dallv ........ I: f"2"
n .v 3Ieico Xorth Wester.
Bouth bound, leaves Juares
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridbys at im n-m
Arrives from south TueV- 'W Pm
days, Thursdays and Sat
urdays, at K-flft-..
............... o.uo p.m.
ROSWELL AUTO. CO, ROSWELL. Fit
Carrying the U. S. mall and tmws--
werii btWM Q SSS N 2
pfJKt g , connecting with the BL
s, & SOUTHWESTERN aid Rnre
ISLAND RAILROADS, and the ATcS
ROAD EKA & Ipe
Leave Vaughn at 8:30 a. m, arrive In
Roswell at 3:30 p. m. "7e m
Leave Roswell at 12:30 p. m.. arriva
in Vaughn at 6 p. m. arrive
Baggage allowance 50 lbs. to eaci
regular ticket Excess baggage at thd
rate of 5 per 100 lbs. 5sraSQ the
Special automobiles furnished to ac
commodate any number of passeneers
to make special connections with anv
train at Vaughn, also to connect with
New Mexico Central railroad at Tor
rance for Santa Fe, N. M by com
municating witn manager of the Roa
weil Auto. Co.. at Roswell N M a
least 24 hours in advance. Rate for
special $40 to accommodate four ue
less passengers to either Dolnt
J. W. STOCKARP. Xanaxes.
ARIZONA. O- HEW SttTJCO R. R.
7:10 L. Clifton, Ar. Of 4'KS
,:52lLv. 'Guthrie. Ar. 121 4:t
7:57ILv Coronado -Ax. 13F i-ns
8:44!Lv. Duncan Ar. 331 2:17
inrinlAr. Lordbure Ar. 701 0
Tl25lAr. oHachita Lv. 10Sl!2:3S
Connects with M S. xConnor with
S. P oConnectn w'th "R P. & S. W
Georg A. WacJtafr. utxrlntendeat.
Abcnf 98 Miles from EI
Paso on Uie 1 Paso &
Northeastern R. R.