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Thursday, July 7, 1910.
EL PASO HERALD
jfo C Pioneer Plain, Opp. Sheldon.
Best "chop house in city, with buffet in
connection. 35c merchants lunch from
11 till 2:38.
THE EASTERX GRILL.
We cater to people who appreciate
pood things to eat.
Bell Phone 4&. EI FaBO St
THE SILVER GRILL
IOC SA ANTONIO iT.
Good meals our specialty.
SAXITARY RESTAURANT AND
217 .. STAXTOX.
We please people who like good things
Auto phone ava.
We please people who insist on
Auto phone 2051.
405 N. OREGON ST.
mA-, with our confectionery
In connection wan our v
and cold drinks we serve tasty oia
lu-ches. Auto phone 13-U.
Too Late To Classify.
c. ine Co.
WANTED-Typewriter good condition
cheap, state make and price, u.
OFFICE FOR RENT 308 Mesa.
THEoTtK A31ERICAX II'RfAi?
SS "tdh him to Jga Xes'?..
,-s and transportation. Want "
sr ;r s -- - s-
PNT AT COST-. Closing outLin-
at shop cr phone J J- iarr.
t--.i FroORgKyiCE 308
V.nTCD-Young lady roommate.
A care iieraiu-
-t . nvecs -nfl bUSTEri'
0. 1 IIOKAK. '"iiro TO Paso.
t . trade on lots u - -
-TED To trade a standard bred
f,- mares. Dr. J. -ti- rdocl'
s. nographc-r tor .aiex-co. -- -"-
H"tel Sheldon. .
HERE'S A BARGAIN.
Five corner lots on Rio Grande St.
for ?315 Don't delay on tr.is offer,
let us show them to you.
Vtin & Marr,
Capl es Building.
CO A.CRES OF FINE LAND.
rpper valley. 540 per acre
Kettlcr Realty C SOS Mca Axe.
FOR RENT Nice cool 3 roomflat, f ur
Swtr unfurnished. 309 W, Boule
vard Apply S. R. Davis, Palace of
T ILL Will give large quantity of
swiU to person who will ag recto re
irnve it daily. P. O- & 113 clty'
Jersey COW WANTED Must he
gw one aad at a bargain. Box 113.
One of the prettiest homes in El Paso.
situated on north side bn paved greet.
; fi larce rooms, heating svstem,
Srge 2SKn sleeping porch, elab
orate electric fixtures, modern in even
?Specl built less than a year ago
OwSer has other Interest. Jg HI sell
for just what it cost to build. Will taKe
part payment in valley land, balance J.
? 3 years If you do not mean business
do not answer. P. O- box 102 1.
FIRN1TCRE of S20 N. Oregon is of
fered Aery cheap .house for rent with
lease. Phone 2515.
W NTED Everybody to know the
Suixdav evening services of the iirst
Methodist church, Myrtle Ave and
Ochoa Sts.. are held on the lawn of the
church during the summer months.
OFFICE FOR RENT 30S Mesa.
KEKALE NURSE will take care of in
valid going east for expenses. A. Ken-
ne1v. box 61S, El Paso, Tex.
HERE'S A VALLEY SNAP.
S acres valley land 6 miles down the
vallev. Ali level, about one-half in
cultivation. We can sell you this fine
tract of land for the next few days at
$175 per acre,' good terms. Land ad
o ning this tract can not be had for
less than ?40 per acre. See us at
Broaddus . Leavell,
216 Texas St.
BUY THIS HOME.
Beautiful residence, 6 rooms and
basement on Upson Ave., south front,
hot water heat, auto garage on place,
cement porches: place in firstclass re
pair for quick sale. $6000. 'Name your
Broaddns & Leavell,
216 Texas St.
FVE ROOM RED PRESSED BRICK.
A dandy for $3300; terms are easy.
McKcnney Realty Co
Room 9 Buckler Block.
FOUR ROOMS FOR ?1500.
$150 cash, balance 520 per month.
3IeKenney Realty Co-.
Room 9 Buckler Block.
1400 block, Nevada. 5 rooms, recep
tion -lL front and back porch. $.25.
EI Paso Rental Agency,
Room 9 Buckler Block.
FOR 4LE 2 horses cheap. Call and
see 414 W. Overland. Phone 2C26.
That hustler for The Herald, wants us
to advertise that 150 acres of the finest
land in the valley. All in alfalfa, 1
ace grapes. 60 or 70 fruit trees, house,
barn, corrals, well fenced and in pink
of condition. $100 per acre. Can give
terms and will take some El Paso real
estate in the trade.
R. C Bailey Land Co.,
306 Mesa. Orndorff Bldg.
1IVRRIED JIN. experienced in al
falfa, fruit and vegetables under irri
gation, would like position on small
ranch. JL H C . Herald
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT.
Till latter part of September; wife
away for summer; owner will room at
houso and accept payment for rent in
meals or other-wise.
Ask. Hodge Realty Co.,
363 Texas St Both Phones.
CHANCE TO 1IAKE MONEY.
We bavp- for sale 20 acres in Vine
yard Tract at a price that a good
profit can be made on it in a short
time. See us for full particulars.
uetin & Mnrr,
WAVTED TO TRDE
Citv property for valley land.
Kettlcr Realty Co., East of Plaza.
DEL RIO BANKS SHOW
Commercial Club Is Active.
Eailroad and Settlers
Del Rio, Tex., July 7. The bank de
posits of Del Rio, according to the
statements issued by the two national
banks at the close of business June
30, show an increase over the last re
port, March 29, 1910, of 41 percent; an
increase of 45 percent over January
) 31, 1910; and the phenomenal increase
of 95 percent over March 29, 1909.
Within 30 dajs a new state bank
and trust company will be in opera
tion, with a capital stock of at least
$75,000. The entire capital has prac
tically been subscribed witnin the
One year ago Del Rio had no com
mercial club; no organized effort to de
velop the city and surrounding terri
tory; no good prospects of a new rail
road, and but few prospectors coming
Into the community. A commercial club
was organized about 10 months ago and
the entire energies of the organization
wore put to work .to get a north and
Les's than five months after organi
zation a contract had been signed with
the Kansas City, Mexico & Orient
railroad to build an extension from San
Angelo to Del Rio and an arrange
ment was made at the same time for
a Toad into Mexico, to be built by the
Mexican National lines, to connect the
Orient with Mexico City. Work on
both roads has already commenced.
Prospectors, investors and homeseek
ers have swarmed into the country
and the commercial and Industrial ac
tivity that has characterized many an
other southwest city has been mani
fested here to its greatest degree.
For E1 Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Friday partly cloudy weather.
For New Mexico: Generally fair to
night and Friday.
For west Texas: Tonight and Friday
partly cloudy weather.
River at El Paso: No water run
Highest temperature at El Paso last
24 hours 9S degrees; lowest last 12
hours, 65 degrees. (Temperature taken
6 a. m. Thursday.)
Cloudcroft, N. M., July 7, 9 a. m.
Weather for the past 24 hpurs, calm;
partly cloudy: maximum temperature
78; minimum 49; preeeipitataon, none.
IN A HURRY FOR CENSUS.
The chamber of commerce has wired
the census director to send the re
turns of the count of El Paso's popu
lation, but they are not yet ready As
soon as El Paso's count is completed.
The Herald will get the figures. None
of the larger cities of Texas have yet
Too Late To Classify.
93250 "ivILL BUY
A 5 room modern brick, south front,
on California St.; easy terms.
Wallace T. Downing,
209 Mesa Ave.
$40 PER MONTH
I have a modern 4 room brick In
Highland Park for $3150. Monthly
payments will buy this.
Wallace T. Dovrning,
209 Mesa Ave.
$2100 WILL BUY
A 5" room modern brick, your own
$3500 FOR A
Six room modern brick with 7 lots on
street car line. Any reasonable terms.
Wallace T. Dovrning,
209 Mesa Ave.
PRETTY AS A PICTURE.
FIVE ROOMS. PRICE $4000.
TERMS TO SUIT.
You can't beat this for a modern
hispe, located on the north side . in
paved district. The surroundings are
splendid, built up with splendid homes,
and this is the gem of them all. Five
beautiful rooms, large veranda, great
big living room, dining room ana
kitchen are models. There are two
bright, cheerful bed chambers, bath,
screen porch, large lot, 50x120, south
front. Just such a place as is usually
offered at $5500. You make the terms.
Ca-sijly & Davidson.
211 St. Louis St. Both Phones.
IN UPPER VALLEY.
122 acres near La Mesa, 95 acres in
alfana, 5 acres in garden, etc; fine 4
room house with bath and closets, 4
horses, 2 Jersey cows, hogs, chickens
and farming Implements. This is a
bargain at $10,000, cash, balance 1
and 2 years. The place will pay for
D. G. Heinemas, 207 St. Louis St.
4.' PRETTY COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS,
3IODERN, FOR $2350.
It's the biggest bargain in East El
Paso, and a snap at rhls special price;
terms -$250 cash, balance $25 per
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
IF YOU COULD BUY A PD3CE OF
PROPERTY WORTH $5500 FOR
$4500, WOULD Y'OU BUY IT?
We are offering a modern cottage or
6 large rooms, hall, 2 porches, back
porch screened, for $4500; and it's
worth $5500 of anybody's money; lot is
60x120 .feet, facing south on Rio Grande
St.; terms easy.
' Lone Star Land Co
213 Texas St.
FOR RENT Close in single or house
keeping suites, private baths, newly
furmshed. homelike and clean; 3 blocks
from plaza, 612 Mesa.
FOR SALE A new 5 room brick cot
tage in Highland Park for $250 for my
equity of ?600. Phone 2397.
FOR SALE CHEAP Fine, gentle driv
ing horse, also rubber tired surrej, al
most ne,w. Phone 3274. F. W. Port.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS for light
housekeeping: use of bath and phone.
714 N. Virginia St,
EL PASO LODGE, NO. ISO, A. F. &A.M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
L. E. Gillett, W. M.
nZT TL W. S. Neff. Secy.
Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.; hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
A. & A. S. RITE OF" FltEE 3IASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple
W. H. McCnllough. Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
i EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
MONEY AND METALS.
Nevr YorJc Quotations.
(By Associated Press, i
New York, July 7. Money on call
2 2 ?8 percent
Prime mercantile paper, 45 per
cent. Closing Quoiations Today.
Bar silver, 53 .
Desilverized lead, $4.37 4.45.
Conner standard SDOt. 511.S512.10;
; Sept., $11.S512.10.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.05.
Current meltr tiuoxatious.
(Ei Paso Smelter.)
Bar sil cr 53
Copper (wire bars) 12 &
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sll, d3
Lead (New York sarcs prices) $4.40
eekly At erases.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engiueering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 52.4S
NEW YOBS LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Amer. Smelters 6S
Colo. Fuel & Iron 32
Erie Ry 25
M., K. & T '. 32
Mo. Pac 57
Rock Island 30
Southern Pac 112
Union; Pac 158 5
U. S? Steel, com 69
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. GJobe. Ariz.)
Ariz. Commercial v. 14
Bost. Corb T 12
Calumet '& Ariz 50
Copper Range 60
Greene Cananea0 6
Miami 13 vs
Nevada Con IS
North Butte 22
Old Dominion 33
Sup. & Boston 8
Sup. & Pittsburg 9
U. S. Smelters, com 3G
Utah Con 20
Utah Copper 40
(By Special Wire to The Kerald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Ariz.)
Ariz-Mich., pt pd 30c
Cal. & Montana 1
Chino Cop. Co lO1
Chief Con 1
Cordova, pt pd y. 5
Cordova, full pd tC al
Denn-Ariz , 2
Ely Cent 93c
Gila Copper 5
Goldfield Con 8
Inspiration Cop 7
Live Oak Dev 19
Mason Valley 7
Nat. Mng. Exp 22c
New Keystone 3
Ohio Copper 11-16
Pinto Copper -.. 15c
Ray Central 2
Ray Consolidated . . 16
San Antonio, pt pd 6
Superior & Globe, pt pd 30c
St. LouI- Wool. Clo-e.
St. Louis, Mo., July 7. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums, 18 P
22; fine mediums, 1617; fine, 12)14.
BO BHE MAWV HOXP
Eead the Too Late To Classify Ads. Two names are in each da- for two reserv
ed seats each. Your name raaj appear any day. Tickets are being called for
promptly, which shows that the classified ads. are being read.
STOCKS AITD BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON.
New York Curb. Close.
(Special from Irving K. Farrington &
Co., New York.)
Consolidated Arizona 1 'A
Ely Central 15-le
Ely Consolidated 50c
Greene Cananea. 7
Pacific Smelters 7-16
Ray Central 2
Ray Consolidated 16
G-rain and Provisions.
Chlcajro Grain. Close.
Sept $1-01 V 1.01
Chicago Provisions. Close.
New York, N. Y., July 7. The cotton
market started lower today, but ruled
steady, and on account of the fact that
it appeared hard to depress, it is be
lieved bj- some that strong interests
are supporting It. At the same time
j there is a well established belief that
the high prices prevailing the buying
power is considerably curtailed. The
j south today reports some rain in spots,
but not In sufficient quantities to do
general gooa. a. general rain In Texas
and Oklahoma is the thing most needed.
The spot situation is steady and be
cause of the fact that the supply is
small it will be several weeks before
there will be any new crop available
and the supply is expected to reach a
point of exhaustion before the new
crop can be drawn upon.
Mov ement Fai ors Bulls.
New Orleans, .., July 7. The first
trades here are about changed and rule
quiet, but steady. The feeling is more
in favor of the null side than other
wise, but the traders are waiting the
further development of the new crop.
Liverpool, Eng.. July 7. There was
a moderate business transacted in spot
cotton here today and the turnover
aggregates about 7000 bales, made on
a decline of eight English points on a
basis of 7 S7d for American middling,
or $15.74 in American -values. Re
ceipts were nothing. In the contract
division there was a rather dull mar
ket and the prevailing levels were from
one-half an English point to four
points down, the ton? quiet but steady.
Knnnns City Livtoofc. Clr.ae.
Kansas City, Mo . July 7. Cattle
Receipts 6000, including 2500 south
erns, steady to 10c lower. Native steers,
$4.758 25; southern steers, $3.757.25;
southern cows, $2.50 5.00; native cows
and heifers, S2 507.00: stockers and
feeders, $3.25 W 5.75, bulls. $3.004.75;
calves. $3.75S.OO; western steers, $3.75
7 75; western cows. $3 005.50.
Hcgs Receipts 7000, 10c lower; bulk.
$8.95(3)9 20. heavy, $S.908.95; packers
and butchers, $9 00 (fS 9.20; light. $9.10(fi)
9 25: pigs, SO.OOS.
Sheep Receipts 4000; steady. Mut-
tons, $4.00g5.00; lambs, $7.008.25; fed
wethers and yearlings, $4.75 6.00; fed
wethers and ewes, $3.75 4.75.
Chicago LiiesTOOK. Close.
Chicago, III., July 7. Cattle Re
ceipts 10,000; 10c lower. Beeves, $5.35
8.50; Texas steers, $4.256.65; western
steers, $5.257.25, stockers and feed
ers. $3.705.75; cows and heifers, $2.85
g6.90, calves, $6.258.25.
Hogs Receipts 15,000; 10c lower.
Light, $9.20(g19.40, mixed, $9.059.40;
heavy, $S.709 25; rough, ?S.709.00;
good to choice heavy. $9.00 9.25; pigs,
$9.159.55 bulk, $9.009.25.
Sheep Receipts 18,000. 1015c low
er. Native. $3.004.75, western. $3.00
g4.60. vearlings, $-.905.75; lambs, na
tive, $4.S58.25; western, $5.008.00.
AT FORT STOCKTON
Station of Native Stone and'
a $30,000 Hotel Also
Pecos, Texas, JuTy 7. The first dirt
on the grade for the Orient railroad,
south from San Angelo, was turned at
Fort Stockton, with appropriate cere
monies and in the presence of a--large
crowd. Addresses were made by F. E.
Grimes, local manager for the railroad
company; James T. Rooney, of the
Rooney Mercantile company, and O. W.
Work commenced simultaneously on
the station and hotel building which
will be rushed to completion. The de
pot will be constructed of native stone,
and the hotel, which will cost $30,000
will be of brick and lumber. At present
Fort Stockton's nearest railroad point
is Monahans on the T. & P.. but all
shipping is done and freight received
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
Harry Murphy, of the Southwestern
shops, is the happy father of a new
baby girl, born yesterday at his home
on Manzana street.
W. P. Stiles, superintendent of the
Southwestern dining car service, will
go to Detroit to attend the Elks' con
vention and will later visit his old home
in Michigan, where he will join Mrs.
Stiles, who Is spending th summer
there. Mr. Stiles will spend part of his
vacation fishing in the Michigan lakes.
Jack Morris, night yardmaster at the
union station, has gone to Los Angeles,
Cal., to spend his vacation.
E. L. Keevil, formerly with the din
ing car service of the Southwestern, is
accompanying the Elks' special from
El Paso to Detroit, in charge of the
MEXICAN BADLY BEATEN
COMES TO THE CITY
Declares a Ranch Foreman Did It
Has Wounds Dressed, But is Told
It is a Nen Mexico Case.
His hair, beard and clothing covered
and matted with blood, Jesus Alvearde,
who claims to have been employed on a
ranch just over the state line in New
Mexico, entered the sheriff's office at
2 o'clock Thursday afternoon and told
a story of a brutal assault committed
Alvearde told the deputies at the sher
iff's office that the ranch foreman beat
him up with a chair. Two women held
him while he was beaten, he says.
There was one very ugly wound
upon the head. He was sent to the
county jail, where his wound received
Owing to the affair having happened
in New Mexico, the authorities are pow
erless to act. Alvearde was told to go
to Las Cruces and make complaint.
"Dad" Burnham, city jailor, is once
again on the job. He spent the Fourth
visiting his son and daughter at Stan
ton, Texas, says he had a delightful
tlmV and so enjoyed it that he did not
inquire the result of the Jeffries-John-
SUU Illli. n-i v.w x.-.i. -
THE SANTA Ft
Nine Flat Cars Are Demol
ished in Accident Near
Nine flat cars were demolished and
thrown into a heap Wednesday after
noon at 4:15 odock when an incoming
Santa Fe freight train plowed into an
other freight that was backing up to
Courchesne for a load of rock. The car3
were empty, and the nose of the in
coming freight hit the train of empties
solid, scattering the heaps of rubbish
over the right of way for the time
blocking the track. The smokestack of
the incoming engine was torn off by the
impact ana the engine was otherwise
damaged. No one was Injured.
The collision occurred near the smel
ter pumping plant at the turn on the
Santa Fe track. Santa Fe train No. 810
for the north was delayed in getting out
nf Vi strLfirm on account of the block
ing of the track. The Incoming train
was in charge of engineer Sutton and
the outgoing train In charge of con
RECORD IN AIR
Bethany Plains,, Rheims,
France, July 7. M. Oleislegers
today broke the record for dur
ation and distance in the avia
tion meeting in progress here.
He remained In the air two
hours, 39 minutes and 39 sec
onds and covered a distance of
NEBRASKA HAS &
A SOAKING RAIN r
& Omaha, Neb., July 7. The
&- greater part of Nebraska re- -
45 ceived a good soaking rain to- -O
-& day, the rainfall in some in-
stances reaching two inches &
-$ Growing crops were burning up &
in manv parts of the state. -
Mrs. Joseph Sweeney and Miss E. J.
Sweeney have gone to Faywood
Springs, N. M., for a two weeks visit.
Felix Martinez has gone to Albu
querque on business.
Amended Order Of
Following is the text of the amended
order of the state fire rating board,
modifying m several details the terms
of the order of June 2S.
"Upon consideration of the motion for
a rehearing, which was heretofore on
this day filed with this board by Will
lam Thompson as attorney for sundry
fire insurance companies, it is hereby
ordered that the order of this board,
dated June 28. 1910, providing for cer
tain reductions in fire ipsurance rates
as set forth in the minutes "of this
board be, and the same is hereby
amended by striking out paragraphs
Nob. 2. 3 and I, and inserting in lieu
thereof the following paragraphs:
"2. Amend said general basis sched
ules of such company so as to make all
mercantile risks covered by pages 21
to 46. both inclusive, thereof, a hori
zontal reduction of 25 percent, of the
specific schedule rate thereon.
"3. Amend such general baiis sched
ules of such company so as to make
all such spelal hazards covered by
pages 63 to 230, both inclusive, thereof.
Company owns a large deposit of monzonite (Porphyry) copper &&
Bent (Otero Co.). Nevr Mexico, 12 miles from Tularosa station, and is com-
Sletino- the first unit of its concentratincr mill, which will be in operation
y July 1st next.
Issued capitalization 550,000 $5.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
F. P. Kern, President Southern Tron & Equipment Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Consulting Ensineer. H. Vincent Wallace, Wallace & Summerhayes, 519-20
Trust Bldg-., El Paso.
Stock listed on New York Curb. For quotations see Financial Column
We recommend the abovei enterprise as an investment of -anquestioned
OurVlG pasre book, entitled "THE COPPER I IQVIVn V ElC<fCTPM 1, M
SCRAP BOOK." on request. Also Weekly IflSlflU Aa rAnnlllUluK UUty
3lnl Market Inters. J Establ shel 1900 37-43 Wall St.. Xew York Cky,
iMSCIL AGEXTS. LOOMIS & IvXOLLEXBERG,
C10-51S Guaranty Trust Bldis. El Paao, Texas
By reason of the regulations govern
ing the recent 1200 mile prince Henry
tour in Germany some extraordinarily
radical ideas in bodies were evolved,
these constituting for Americans the
most interesting fea-tures of the tour.
The cars participating were permitted
a range of from eight to twenty-five.
horse power, figured on a formula tak
ing cognizance of the number of cylin-,
ders, the bore and stroke. The stroke,
however, was limited to 2 3-8 inches in,
excess of the bore.
In body limitations the promoting
clubs laid down extremely stiff regula
tions for minimum measurements and
passenger capacity. To this was due
the rather freakish models that in this
country would be described as advanced
types of the now common gunboat or
torpedo. It is not Improbable, in fact,
that the German tour will have an ef
fect on 1911 model boOies in the United
The tour entrants met the bdfey re
quirements, but a large number made
every endeavor, at the same time, to
diminish wind resistance by presenting
rounded fronts and almost absolutely
smooth bodies. Four of the more strik
ing cars are shown above, and these
give an Idea of the serious nature of
the preparations made by the many
entrants to show to best advantage.
SUIT FOR DAMAGES
OVER NEW RESIDENCE.
Dr. S. T. Turner has filed suit in the
41st district court against A. P. Bruns
wick, W. C. Davis and the Independent
Lumber Co. for $1000 damages in con
nection with alleged: nonfulfillment of
contract. The suit arises out of de
fective building, plastering, etc., of his
residence at Montana and Brown
Sheriff A. A. Anderson, of Solomon
ville, Ariz., arrived in El Paso Wednes
day afternoon in charge of J. A. Ad
ams, wanted at Ballinger. Texas.
Sheriff Flint arrived Thursday from,
Ballinger and took charge of the man,
taking him back there.
THE CHIEF'S REPORT.
Pfnof rf Tknlico Jenkins's monthlv re-
I -port for June shows 'that 395 arrests
j xere made, with total of $572 collected
j in fin3. The redlighfc women paid their
accustomed S5 fee on the technical
vagrancy charge, the total rtinmng up to
v i ( u- iliaii mr-ni.i lxuis iin-iu . '
dissolute women in El Paso vwho ad
Advertise in The Herald Want Col
umns. You can get the bost results foaj
less cost. No ad less than 25c
State Rating Board
a horlzonta rid-j tion of 15 perc-num
of the final specific schedule rate
"4. Amend the general basis sched
ules of such company so as to provide
that after the specific rate on each
mercantile risk and on each special
hazard -risk which is affected by the
item on page 21 of said general basis
schedules carrying a charge of 15 cents
for each additional floor occupant shall
have been reduced In accordance with
the requirements of paragraphs 2 and
3 of this order, in so far as same may
be applicable, such specific rate there
on shall be further reduced 7 cents
ror each additional ground iloor occu
pant It is further ordered that said
original order of this board be, and it
is hereby amended by striking out
the Tords 'Tuesday, the 5th day of
July, and inserting in lieu thereof the
words, 'Monday, the 11th day of July
"Pending preparation and printing of
such amendments acceptance of the
terms and provisions of the city mav
be made in a written instrument filed
vith this board."
Abou! 9S Miles from EI
Paso on tlie EI Paso &
Northeastern R. R.