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It FASO HERALD
Too Late To Classify.
A LETTER FOK YOU.
Replies vsent in care of The Herald
office -were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called lor no
later than one week after being bulle
tlned: B. 9S T- ,
B 2142 Clock
F. H. 15
K. 32 ;
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Two nice 4 room brick louses near
S. W. shops', and convenient to foun
dry. at $12.50 per month.
Xeivman & Son,
Phone 914. " 304 Mesa Ave.
gallons milk Baily. $10- xxx
30 acres close to El Paso.
acre. See ub about this,
ec Broaddus & Lcnvell,
''lG Texas Su
Kooras 27 ma- ""-J ,r Wss.
jjuuaing. jc -- r
VAXTBU ry "- nffCA
American; a position in an office
.m!";! supply company. Aadi
X Y. Z., Herald.
i,OR SALE-New furniture gas range
bd and springs, $5.50. Call toul.
, Di2 y. Stanton. .
to, VwoSnlJ'aoe, t ,.
" . , -moTiv -who have
can. .aut mere -"--"'";- ,...
the proper Equipment xu " "TT
lv. .liU th-; 3ia-e not the
ce Thusyou hear many com
?ilints Glasses must be fitted right
and made right or they are worse than
none. , , T1
- -- i, .. atx.-o; Classes Rig
zio .vies. j-.. "-
SiFEU THAN A BAMv
IS THIS .it.-A "", ,
94 acres on county road. 2 miles
below Clint, at only 555 per acre; good
BroaildHs & Leavell,
21b xeiiis t.
FOR SALE. .
A beautiful 4 rojm red Passed brick,
bath, tollfet, etc On 2 corner lots,
fenced stable, chicken house and coal
slud. 'Price $1900, easy terms.
Xernnan & Son,
304 Mesa Ave. v Phone 914
FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall.
$700 WILL BUY
1 his 2 room frame house with 2 corner
1, tSt 2 blocks either way to a street
car.' Any old terms.
Wallace T. Downing,
209 Mesa Ave.
VMIO WAXTS A SUBURBAN HOME?
Valley home, just 10 acres, i miles
down. County road runs through cen
ter of tract. Improvements are as fol
2iu fruit trees, ISO i year ' old
Bartlett pear trees, worth...? 500.00
Team, wagon, harness, worth.. 300.00
Pumping plant worth...-. .,. foO.OO
2 acres in onions, worth 400.00
Sheds, poultry and Jersey cow,
Tools necessary on place,
15 bearing peach and apple
trees, worth 200.00
Modern house, cost to build... 100.00
Baled hay onjIa"Ee worth 2a0.00
10 acres of land, worth 4000.00
Total conservative value $S000.00
Will sell this between now and Au
gust 1st, for $4500.
217 Texas St.
BEST INCOME? PROPOSITION
120x130 feet with 30 room tenement
house, occupying less than half the
ground which leaves ground enough
for at least 40 more rooms; every room
occupied; rents $S5 a month, ?1020 a
-i ear. Our price $6000; terms. If you
v. ant a chance at this get busy.
Mathews & Dyer.
117 X. Stanton. Both Phones.
. $1.00 PER ACRE.
38,000 and 73,000, acre yacts 3o miles
from city of 40,000, mountain range
and timbeT tract, good fertile valleys
and table lands; plenty of water and
fine grass; a splendid stock ranch or
colonizing proposition. "We are the
pioneers for low prices on Mexico
lands. . .
Xcwman & Soiz.
304 Mesa Ave. Bell -Phone 914.
21S W. Franklin, 10 rooms $60,00
60C Nevada, 5 room 32.50
J413 Nevada St., 5 rooms 27.50'
'116 E. MIssourJ, 4 rooms 1S.O0
513 Newman St.. 4 rooms 15.00
513 NijCampbell, 4 rooms lU.Of
S10 N. :i Paso St, 5 rooms 25.0S
415 Willow St., 5 rooms 22.5?
207 Boulevard, 4 room fiat 25.0
417 Mesa Ave. Bel Phonn 1S.
For Sale Real Estate.
TWO BARGAINS ON EASY TERMS.
1622 Boulevard, 4 room brick, lot
37xl20. Price only $3000.
Sll Mesa Ave., 5 room brick, only
These properties are becoming more
valuable every day. See them today.
FRAXIf R. TOBIN, OWNER,
El Palo and Franklin Sts.
HAWKKS BROS. .
i FIXE COICTEB S5SE DT fg!
EED r.T.SES? Ask SegalL.
tVvi Park. Phone i-o- .
Too Late To Classify.
HAVE YOU UXLWPItOVBD VALLEY
That you will trade for improved city
property? We nave some good prop
erty well imnro ed to exchange. Call
at our office or phone us wnat you j
Amlcr.son-Ilennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 2t Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 17 68.
EyEGL,AiJS CO.3LFO.itT: Ask Segall.
25 in alfalfa, 4u cleared and in crops,
all of the land the best of bosque soil;
ail fenced, small house, on county road
and on the main Cnamberino ditch.
We are fortunate in, getting hold of
this place to sell, as it has never been
offered and is one of the most desir
able pieces of ground in the upper
valley- Can give immediate posses
sion and the price includes all of the
crops on place. Per acre $65. Terms
$6000 down, close to schools, close to
good town, close to shipping station.
R. C. Bailey Lund Co.,
306 Mesa Ave., Orndorlf Hotel.
DOKT LET THIS SLIP THROUGH
Two lots on Nevada St., south fronts,
for $1500. This is the biggest snap in
Lone Slnr Land Go.,
213 Texas St
A FIVE ROOM COTTAGE ON N. ANGE
Best bargain Jm the city in a 5 room
cottage. See u. We can make easy
" Lone Star Land Co., '
213 Texas St.
PAY US $2X0 CASH AND TAKE POS
SESSION Of d handsome 4 room cottage in East
El Paso, close to car line; modern
brick, bathroom, 2 porches, and you
may pay the balance at the rate of $25
Lone Sfnr Land Co., v
213 Texas St.
FURNITURE OF A FIVE ROOM
Cottage for sale cheap. Phone
HIGHLAND PARK SNAP.
Four room brick house. 2 full lots.
fences and shed, south front; close tos
car line. Price, only $1500; $300 cash.B
balance easy, j
1 - 1
J. 31. 3Iorri.son, 07 St. Louis St.
RA3IBLE TO THE RLRAL DISTRICT
Where land responds to honest toil.
Seek a hofee in vale and valley, and
note the virtues of the soil.
This little farm we will now tell you
about is located 5 miles east of El Paso,
on the county road, consisting of 17
acres, part in alfalfa and. part In truck
garden and young orchard. Plenty of
large shade trees, a nice 6 room house
completelj- furnished. Large barns and
hay sheds. We also will Include horse
and buggy, spring wagon and farm
wagon, 1 hay baler. 1 milkey rake, 1
mowing machine, 1 incubator, about
200 fancy chickens, 1 Jersej" cow, 1 up
todate gasoline pumping plant and all
the necessary farming implements. The
owner is leaving for California and
priced it low for a quick sale." Can ar
range good terms.
Cassldy & Davidson. Sole Agents.
211 St. Louis SI-
OFFICES FOR RENT New Herald
building, strictly modern, central loca
tion, reasonable prices. Apply to Agent,
326 Herald Building.
FURNITURE FOR SALE 901 Olive
Apply to Mrs. W. W. Armstrong. -d
FOR SALE Excelsior bicycle, good
condition. S0 Walnut St., Park car.
EXPERIENCED GIRL in office work
or as ticket seller wishes steady posi
tion. Phone Bell 3829.
FOR SALE 1400 pound horse and a 2
room shingle roof tent, nouse furnished,
will rent. Call 326 Erie St. Phone
FOR RENT 3 room house with bath,
$13; 3 room house with bath, furnished,
$15, cor. Texas and Virginia Sts. One
3 room and one 2 rnnm hmms in "Rr-
El Paso. One 3 room house for colored
un .Missouri st., close in, $S. Dr. W. R.
Weeks, 711 Texas St. Phone 1840.
BROKEN GLASSES? Ask Segall.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US.
We nave 2 customers for 5 and 6
room cottages, reasonably close in;
price must be right. Also buyers for
good building sites. Write or telephone
us what you have.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co..
Rooms 27 and 28, Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 176S
WANTED Girl to assist in dining
room and kitchen. Alvarado Hotel.
FOR RENT Uptodate 4 room flat,
close in; all modern conveniences. Ap
ply forenoons 709 N. Virginia St.
DINING R003I OPEN at Lakota. Don't
miss the chicken dinner Sunday. 25c.
THERE AHE 3IEN AND WOMEN
OF RARE TALENT
Who heretofore would hesitate v
To purchase the only known value,
That is recognized as real estate.
Today one finds that things are dif
ferent. Since class and mass have ceased to
And now they concentrate their forces
On that dear hut they call their
You can't beat this for a modern
home. 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 and
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
?ed -S1 ?550- We can sell this for
$4500. You make the terms.
' o-- CnsMdy & Davidson,
211 St Louis- St Both Phnn
EYE TROUBLE? AsK aegau.
THIS IDEAL H03IE, A BEAUTY
East front on N. Kansas St 39 feet
frontage, 6 large rooms and bath, din
ing room with paneled walls and beam
celling, finished In mission style, buf
fet and china cabinet First quality
red pressed brick, 2 large porches.
Price $5000; terms.
A nder.son-Benn ett Renltv Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28, Bassett & Hdwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 176SN
FOR SALE A new 12 inch Corsicana
rotary well drilling machine with 1000
feet of 4 inch line pipe drills, and all
tools complete, all absolutely new. Two
27 horsepower Buffalo Pitts traction
engines, In firstclass condition. One
John Deere eight gang plow, new, nevsi
has been used. The above will be sold
in whole or in part and can be seen at
Columbus. N. M. Address all inquiries
to T. J. Shea at Columbus, N M.
FOR RENT 6 room house, 916 Magof
fin. Phone 1SS5.
FOR SALE One standard well rig,
double simple engines 8x12. Internal
fired boiler 42x8. Drills and bits com
plete with other auxiliary part". In
firstclass repair. Cost $5000. For salo
quick $2500 cash. El Paso Lime
WANTED A Mexican lady who Un
derstands English to wash and iron.
Phone 3476. Address 2612 Montana St
STRICTLY FRESH EGGS, high quality
guaranteed. Eggs for hatching, thor
oughbred barred Plymouth Rock. Alo
hens and pullets very reasonable. Ad
dross John Salopek. box 1079, citv, or
nhone from S to 9 mornings.
MONSTER DU3IP SALE of vegp
abi" and mlonj: at corner of Myrtle
ard Stanton S-turdav frim 4 to 8 p m.
Xusbaum, the Guarantee Gardener, city.
i unun uuin
(Continued from Page 7)
body o a dog will fall when dropped
stiff and nard like a stick of -wood and
this is even mure pronounced than is
present in strychnine poisoning, vhich
latter rigidity soon disappearsafter
death. In hydrophobia decomposition
takes place very rapidly so early bur
ial is indicated in deaths from this
"Fits Not Necessary.
But to return to the points by which
rabies may be diagnosed: An animal
does not have to have fits, as the laity
believes, to be affected with rabies, not
even in the maniacal form, and general
convulsions with frothing of the mouth
are always late symptoms. -Jn maniacal
rabies the animal becomes extremely
vicious and after the restless period
described already, he makes long ex-
cursions from home attacking every
thing in his way and may travel 100
miles in a night, biting many
that are allowed to run. out of the
yard in the night. Thes3 animals often
develop rabies and are said never to
have been bitten. Skunks, wolves and
even prairie dogs and chipmunks often
bring the disease Into towns and cities
and are the common cause of the dis
ease among our ranchmen and miners.
It is sO common in skunks, that in this
section they are called hydrophobia
cats, under the belief that they trans
mit the disease when not themselves
A large percentage of the people car
ried to the Pasteur institute at Austin
from this section, have been bitten by
It Is a peculiar thing that even' a
bulldog will show violent fear of a
small rabid terrier and this is always
to be inquired about in suspected cases.
Two points enable a veterinarian to
First, he sees a dog
with rHintort mmiic oz.tfr.o- nofniinrir
" --.--W U.WW...C WV....J,
looks the dog in the eye sternly, and
then advances toward him suddenly
if mad the dog will at once attack
him. Advances again and the dog will
be all attention and lower his head
with a characteristic nod and brace
himself to meet the attack. He has no
fear and Is largely Insensible to pain
for he will travel for mijes covered
with blood and wounds. The second
diagnosis test is: If a rabid dog is
taken to a' veterinary hospital and
placed under these n6vv and strange
surroundings away from home and his
master the disease develops very rap
idly so that in two hours the diagnosis
Is certain. This is an argument against
carrying your patients to a "hospital
but as death is certain in this disease
other reasons may decide 'in favor of
The vocal cords of a rabid animal are
paralyzed and thus a peculiar charac
teristic note Is produced between a
howl and a bark that is harsh and pro
longed and tends to haunt one. The
course of the dlseaser Is rapid, lasting
in dogs not over six or ten days, but
averaging Jour days
Hydrophobia Is an all the year round
disease, but more common in March
and In the fall in Texas.
Percentage of Prevention.
When a patient comes to you be
cause of a bite ie has received it is
hlghlj important to allay his fears for
even if he receives the Pasteur treat
ment and escapes the disease the fright
may leave him a chronic neurasthenic
Statistics collected by Dr. Worsham
while he was In charge of the Texas
State Hydrophobic institute at Austin
which he founded, show that of people
bitten through clpthing, 10 percent de
velop the disease, 60 percent of those
bitten on the hands, and 85 percent of
face bites. Of those who had treatment
only one-fourth of one percent devel
oped hydrophobia, 1. e., three of the
first 1400 patients.
The Pasteur Treatment.
The Pasteur treatment carries with It
absolutely no danger of producing the
disease in doubtful cases, or in patients
bitten by animals actually mad, but al
most absolutely protects the latter from
the development of the virus already
in tneir system. The method used is
simple and accurate. Delayed cases are
given the Intensive treatment and this
is larger doses (13 day cords and 14 day
cord, and in the afternoon 12 and 11 day
"ttords are used.) The next morning
an 11 and J10 day cord and a nlna and
eight day In the afternoon, and so by
the third day a seven day cord Is
Hott Vaccine lq 3Iade.
The vaccine in these cord? is pro-
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with yan when starting on your
trip this summer. It cannot be ob
tained on board the trains or steamers.
Changes of water and climate often
cause sndden attacks of diarrhoea, and
it is best to be prepared. Sold by all
Too Late To Classify.
FOR RENT ?10. Nicely furnished
fornt room with private family; bath,
outside entrance; lady or gentleman.
611 X. Ochoa.
FOR RENT Half of office or desk
room, fine window, full basement. 419
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
I am -. candidate for the office of
Justice of the Peace, Precinct ??o. 1.
Place No. 2. El Paso county. I solicit
vour vote subject to Democratic pri
mary July 23. 1910.
E. II. Watson,
El Paso, Texas.
The Herald Is authorized to announce
O. M. Talley as a candidate for District
Clerk, subject to the Democratic pri
maries July 23. 1910.
I hereby announcemyself a candi
date for sheriff of ElTfaso county sub
ject to the Democratic primaries July
F. J. Hall.
EL PASO LODGE. NO. 130, A.F.&A.M.
p. Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Jk Wednesdays of each month. -
'&&?' L. E. Gillett. W. M.
friW vr s Xeff gecy
Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.; hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
Called meeting Friday. July 22nd,
7:30 p. m. Third degree. Special music.
A. & A. S. RITE OF FltEE MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. H. MeCnllouch. Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATBRWL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
duced in the following manner: The
medulla of the brain of a rabid animal
is put in sterile distilled water and
macerated thoroughly. From this so
lution a rabbit is inoculated under the
dural membrane of the brain. When
I LI1C iiiUUlU UiCO VM. IUUIIjJ, 1U) ..vi..
Is taKen ana a similar solution pre
pared to the first used, with whicn a
second rabbit is inoculated, and so
Continues the inoculation throughr a
series of 50 rabbits. This will intensify
the virus and secure a mora pure cul
ture of the orgaiiism of hydrophobia
Then take out the entire spinal cord
of the last rabbit of the series and sus
pend it in a sterile bottle plugged with
sterile cotton so as to allow air to pass
throuerh the bottle after it filters J
through the cotton. Thre or four
pieces of stick caustic potash are
placed in each bottle as an absorbent
of all moisture to hasten the drying
of the cord. A cord thus treated only
retains its virility 14 days .and the
treatment of persons only begins with
14 day cords because they yield the
weakest solution of the vaccine tliat
can be obtained. The injection each
day of sterile solutions from a one day
fresher cord, is made until a three
rtn-i- f-nrH is reached. This constitutes
treatment that practically Im-
: i v. v.jtc rrPivfi rrom
I munizes une lkj luc j..-
In running down to a three day cord
in ordinary cases three weeks aTe re
quired. Immunity after the treatment
lasts for variable lengths of time, but
if again bitten after several weeks,
treatment should be given again as a
This is the exact treatment as given
in the Pasteur institute in Paris. There
monkeys were used for experimental
purposes as they most nearly approach
man as an animal.
The method by the use of these ani
mals that Pasteur used in the develop
ment of his treatment is extremely in
teresting. He commenced his treat
ment with the most attenuated virus
from apes and worked up to very ac
tive virus from rabbits. The virus re
mains alive in carcasses for hours and
so ithese animals should always be
Specimens for Examination.
The positive diagnosis of the dis
ease in the carcasses of rabid animals
can only be made by the inoculation of
another test animal with a care
fully prepared preparation of
portions of the medulla of the
suspected animal, but the mi
croscope furnishes strong presump
tive evidence, as before stated. In
sending specimens to the Pasteur in
stitute here for examination, they
should be obtained by strict antiseptic
methods and placed in a sterile bottle
of sterile glycerine of good quality
and the bottle hermetically sealed. If
the whole head Is sent the neck should
be Included. Cold does not destroy the
virus so keep specimen as cold as
! possible (on Ice), for soon decomposi
tion sets In and the diagnosis can only
be made in perfectly fresh specimens.
When patients come to a Pasteur In
stitute they are usually very much
frightened, but after three or four
days of treatment their fears wholly
leave them as a rule.
Means to Suppress Rabies
As to the means that should be used
by our county and city authorities to
suppress rabies, as stated before, muz
zling of dogs comes first and the kill
ing of stray curs and all untagged and
These matters cannot be enforced by
a dog catcher or two, but must become
the duty of every sanitary official, and j
also the police, and it should be the
duty of each policeman to see that
there are no untaxed and unmuzzled
dogs on his beat at any time during
Policemen should have special infor
mation on this disease and should know
that they should not shoot every dog
suspected of rabies. fQr often the life
of the person bitten may be lost by
not preserving the dog alive to see if
he dies of rabies. The mania that is in
the head of every policeman for shoot
ing mad dogs, is well illustrated by an
occurrence" on Broadway in New York
city. A crowd had gathered around a
little woSly dog in the gutter which
seemed to be frothing at the mouth.
Soon some one yelled "mad dog," and
up rushed a burly policeman. He
pushed back the crowd with only the
show of authority possible to "a blue
coat, drew bis big gun that was aa
long as the dog and "took aim (from a
safe distance) In a heroic effort to save
the city from hydrophobia. bu just
then a frail little woman stepped from
the crowd and picked up the little dog
In her arms, saying: "Stop, you big
mick. Can't 1 give my little dog a
cream puff without you wanting to kill
him for hydrophobia?"
But seriously It is much to be de
sired that these three deplorable deaths
from hydrophobia that have recently
occurred in El Paso and the several
cases of children bitten by dogs will
arouse public sentiment and educate
the public concerning this disease and
as to the means for its suppression un
til the disease as well as the dog nuis
ance has been stamped out, as has been
done elsewhere. .
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Saturday, partly cloudy.
For New Mexico: Tonight and Sat
urday, partly cloudy.
For West Texas: Tonight and Sat
urday, partly cloudy.
Tern p eratnre.
Higest temperature at El Paso last
24 hours, 96 degrees; lowest last 12
hours, 74 degrees. Temperature taken
at 6 a. m. Friday. J
Cloudcroft, N. M., July 22, 9 a. m.
"Weather for he past 24 hours: Cloudy,
light wlnd Maximum temperature,
70; minimtim, 56. Precipitation, .OS, be
tween 10:30 and 11:30 a. m.
i ANSAS COLONISTS ARRIVE IN
DEMING TO TAKE LAND
Doming, N. M., July 22. The Kansas
colonists who purchased lands In the
Mlmbres valley, south of Deming, are j
coming in now. .uiss xseuie Chapman
and Gail Chapman, her brother, nave ar
rived. Mrs. Marian will be here in the
next few days. TV. H. McRoberts, Mr.
TVentamute. Mr. Horton and son, and
others from Dodge City, Kansas, and
vicinity will be here shortly.
Mrs -TV. H. McDonald, who has been
quite sick at the Mlmbres Hot spring?'
has returned home improved in health.'
Madrid, Spain, July 22. A serious
mutiny broke out at the prison here to
day. The fighting lasted three hours
and only ended by the calling in of
troops. The soldiers Intimidated the
mutineers by firing in the air.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE.
Jesus Ramirez has filed suit for di
vorce from Petra Ramirez in the 41st
I district courfc
ftEONEY ANP METALS:-
New Yorlc Quotations.
(By Associated Press. i
New York. July 22. Call money
Prime mercantile paper, 5i6 per
cent. CloHiiis: 1'tnotntiuns Today.
Bar silver, 54.
Desilverized lead, $4.45.
Copper, standard spot, $11.6012.25;
Sept, $11.60 12.25.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.02.
Mexican dollars. 44c '
Current Snielter Quotations.
E1 Pasc Smelter.")
Bar silver 54
Copper (wire bars) 12 V
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12
Lead (London sales prices) i12, sll, do
Leau (New YorX saies prices) $4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 54-3,4
Copper i--12 7
NSW YORK MSTED
(By Special Wira to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Amer. Smelters . . .
Colo. Fuel & Iron.
Erie Ry r..
Si.. K. & T
Southern Pac m
Union Pac laV
U. S. Steel, com 67 Ts
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Ariz. Commercial h 13?
Bost Corb 12
Calumet & Ariz 50
Copper Range 60
Greene Cananea 1
Miami -"- 1S
North Butte -3
Old Dominion 33
Sup. & Boston 8
Sup. & Pittsburg 10
U. S. Smelters, com 36
Utah Con -- 21
Utah Copper 42
(By Special Wire" to TheIerald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Ariz. -Mich., pt pd
Cactus ,- y
TCal. & Montana
Chlno Cop. Co
fhipf Con --
CnrAnvn nt nd oOC
Cordova', full pd 1H
Ely Cent -V
Live Oak Dev 13
Nat Mng. Exp
Ray Central 2
Ray Consolidated l6
San Antonio, pt pd &
Superior & Globe, pt pd 30c
New York Curb. Close.
(Special from Irving fC. Farrlngton &
Co.. New Tork.)
Ely Central ...
. . . . . 1114
,;.. ;. no-is!
Giroux 5 11-16
Greene Cananea J
Miami IS 5!
Ohio is 1 J-l
Pacific Smelters 7-18
New York, N. Y., July 22. While
prices are fractionally lower today cot
ton generally Is steady and late in
the session made a fair recovery from
the lowest levels. Tne bears attempted
to make a raid on values, but with un
bounded faith in the situation by the
bull 'side of the market, the attack
was easily repulsed and prices recov
ered. The weather continues -to take
a plain but important part in shaping
the course of the market.
New Orleans, La., July 22. Local cot
ton opened lower today, starting the
session seven points down on July op.
tlons and this seemed rather dull. Trade
is very light. August started four
points lower, but made a small recov
ery.' The trade is watching develop
ments. The weather, more than pro
gress, caused the alleged July squeeze
in New York.
Spot Business Moderate.
Liverpool. Eng., July 22. There was
only a moderate business reported in
the spot division of the cotton market
today and the salf aggregated 4000
bales. The turnover was made on a
basis of 7.S7d for American middlings,
or $15.74 in American valuos. Futures'
ruled quiet and easy, the first trades
being two to seven English points
lower. The close was eaay.
Galveston. Tex., July 22.-iipots are
quiet and unchanged: middlings 14 c
ICnnsas City Livestock. Close.
KansM City. Mo.. July 2. Cattle
Receipts 'S&00, including 1600 south
-c- otfviHv-'"NNativesltrs. S4.75(5S.0D
southern steers 53.73 $?5.50; southern :
cows, $2.75 (Jf 4.25. native cows and heif-
Company owns a large deposit of monzonite (Porphyry) copper at
Bent (Otero Co.). Xew Mexico, 12 miles from Tularosa station, and is com
pleting the first tinit of its concentrating- mill, which will be in operation
by July 1st next.
Issued capitalization 550,000 $5.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
F. P. Kern, President Southern Iron & Equipment Company, Atlanta, Qa.
Consultinc- Engineer. H. Vincent Wallace! Wallace & Sumrcerhayes. 519-20
Trust Bide-., El Paso.
Stock listed on New York Curb. For quotations see Financial Column
We recommend the above enterprise as an investment of -unquestioned
sKrL I mm k. FABRiftsres & go.,
fcUnlnc Market Lattert. I EstabLsbed 1900. 37-43 Wjfc.. New Sori Cltr.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPEKS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON.
ers $2.50 3 6.75; stockers and feeders,
$8.00 5.75. bulls, $3.004i60; calves,
$4.50&S.50; western steers, $4.507.2o,
western cows, $2.75 6.25.
Hogs Receipts 4000, 510c higher;
bulk. $S.50&8.80; heavy. $S.408.50;
packers and butchers, $8.60S.85; light,
$S.658.90. T t
Sheep Receipts 5000; strong. Mut
tons, $3.504.25; lambs, $6.507.40;
fed wethers and yearlings, $3.50 5.00;
fed western ewes, $3.25 4.00.
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago. 111.. July 22. Cattle Re
ceipts 2500; steady. Beeves, $5.00S.40;
Texas steers, $3.6042 5.70; western
steers. $5.00 6.S0; stobkers and feed
ers. $4.156.40: cows and heifers, $2.6o
(fItK.65: calves. S6.75(SS75.
Hogs Receipts 12j00. 10c higher.
Light, $S.709.10; mixed. $S.30tob.9;
heavv, $S.008.75; rough. $8.00S.20:
good to choice heavy. $S.20gS.55; pigs,
$S.759.10; bulk. $3.40 S.65. f
Sheep Receipts 12.000: strong. Na
tive. $2.60a4.25: western. $2.504.25;
yearlings. $4.105.50; lambs, native,
S4.5O07.4O; western, $4.50O7.50.
Fort Worth Livestock. CIo-e.
Fort Worth. Tex., July 22. Cattle
Receipts 3300; hogs 350. Steers steady,
ops $6.50: cows slow. $4.00; calves
Hogs Higher, $8.85.
St. Lonir Wn1. Clo.
St. Louis. Mo., July .22. Wool steady.
Territorv and western mediums, 18 P
22; fine medium. 1617; fine, 1314
London. Eng., July 22. The offerings
at the wool auction sales Thursday
I numbered 12,486 bales. Compet4;ion
was spirited and the prices paid for
fine greasy merinos and crossbreds
were th best of the series, but heavy
sorts remained Irregular. Capo of Good
Hope and Natal wool wa? firmer.
Talk about clean politics. Why, sher
iff Hall's last card in the little game
he has been playing is to make one
I laugh Ht Is to laugh.
'Supervisors, supervisors,; he shrieks.
And who does he recommend for super
visors? Among them Is one Sam Adkins, in
dicted for forgery, and who is now out
The law providesN that a supervisor
must be a citizen of the state and
county, a qualified voter, and a repu
table citizen. And he must not be an
office holder, excepting that of a no
But sheriff Hall wants Juan Franco,
one of his office deputies, for a su
pervisor. And he wants deputy constable Henry
Hinckley for a supervisor men who
could not be appointed under the law
and still he applies to the court for a
mandamus to compel the appointment of
such men. '
Does this look like a grandstand play
And then, after the pjrincipal wit
nesses for the defence in tte Max Mil
ler case came from the sheriff's' office,
we find that a principal witness. for the
defence in the Leech murder case, when
Leech was seelcing a change of venue
I or Vk Iocs- tArm tf Vn lofrif rTiT-r t?
I lV"" " "" ..!. .U. I. .
Sheriff Hall is making a sad spec
tacle of himself in the closing hours of
the campaign. But let's be charitable
with him and assume that he fc acting
under advicaf of others, as has been the
casewilh him all along. He shouldr
however, have a keener discretion. He
should be too wise, to submit to the
brand of cheap politics which has char
acterized him in this campaign.
But then he should have known bet-
than .maintain a small army of
deputy sheriffs during his tenure in of
fice, and on the whole it would seem
that he has no one to blame but him
self for the ridiculous- plight In which
he has placed himself.
bad drouth affects
many new Mexicans
Appeals Made to Santa Fe
Officials Many Farm
Santa Fe, N. M., July 22. Heartrend
ing' appeals from drouth-stricken east
ern New Mexico are being received by
territorial officials or reported by local
officers. In Guadalupe county it is re
ported that 60 per cent of the dry farm
ers have abandoned their claims and
of the 40 per cent remaining, many are
too poor to leave a nd will become'pub
lic charges by winter., Similar reports
come from the other (eastern counties.
One farmer writes from Melrose, Cur
ry county, to land commissioner R. P.
"There will be no one here at aU in
five years. There has been jio crop in
three years here and the chances are
poor this year. The people are leaving
every day. Stock Is starving for grass
and here it Is the middle of July... This
never will be a farming country."
Professor J. D, Tinsloy, dry farming
expn t of the Santa Fe system, says that
the situation in many dry farming sec
tions is deplorable. TS". S. Hopewell,
vice president of the New Mexico Cen
tral railroad, states that the dry farm
ers are leaving t he Estancia valley on
account of the drouth and that h situ.
f-afeion is a most unfortunate one.
FINED IN JUAREZ.
O". H. Booth ws arrested Thursdav hv
Juarez police, and Friday morning an- j
swered to "a charge of vagrancj. Jefe I
politico Portillo fineil him $10 "or 10 I
days. He tried to tell the mavor that
he was a printer on the Herald.
HOTEL SOLICITING COMMITTEE.
J. TV. Fisher. Joseph Magoffin, H. Y.
Ellis, J. J. Mundy, H. B. Stevens. TV. C.
DaTis. A. Schwartz, William Fenchler
and J. U Sweeney have been named to
solicit for subscriptions for the EI Paso
About 93 Miles from E5
Paso on Ike El Paso &
Northeastern R. R.
ANGELUS HOTEL BAR
Just around the corner on Mesa,
Have you had an Angelus Fizz?
Coal, Wood and Grain
GEO. C. WIMBERLT, Pais City !Fuel O.
811 Texas St. Bell 1479; Auto. 1818.
dr. lee Mcintosh
Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St.
JR. E. W. BRYAN
107 Sany Antonio St. Bell
DRS. BROWN AND GALLOWAY.
Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4. and 5 Coles Bldg.
HERMANS FURNITURE CO.
114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash
ESTHER ALLEN. Manicuring.
211 St. Louis St Bell 19M
Hats Cleaned and Blocked
Union Hat & Tailor Shop, 207 S. Stanton.
ciotnes cleaned, pressed. Both phonei.
H. R. BURGER, 205 Souti EI Pass.
"Watch repairing a specialty.
3IETROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO.
225 South Stanton. Both Phones.
WE CAN FIX IT SHOP.
347 Myrtle. Bell 515: Auto 1515 Um
brella, covered, keys fitted, rubber tires
for baby carts.
' DR. CARL SMITH
i(" pan Antonio St Anto
EL PASO SEED HOUSE
506 San Antonio. TTrite or price list.
DR. R. A. HIGGINS, SOS S. Oreoa.
Hospital for Horses and "Dogs.
To Cone Jolinsoii
Zach Lamar Cobb.
El Paso, Texas. '
Cone Johnson spoke" to more than ten
thousand people in the machinerv hall
at the fair grounds last night. "Great
enthusiasm. Advices from aH parts of
Texas Davidson and Polndexter com
ing to us. R..E. Brooks, Bob 'John TVn
Anlry quit Poindexter made speeches
at Houston last mghtfor Johnson. Rev.
Eichelberger. Fort TVorth, ihas quit
Polndexter and come 10 Johnson. A
landslide seems Imminent.
J- A. tlermAn-.
K. G. King.
u-n F. Thorn?.!.
M. A. Crane.
, T Houston, Texas.
Zach L. Cobb,
EI Paso, Texas.
Poindexter sltA Davidson" men art
stampeded coming to Johnaton in droves
twenty-five men personally assured me
today that they will votfe for Johnson.
His vote In south Tcas will Se -tremendous.
His nomination is assured.
Zach L. Cobb,
El Paso, Texas.
Cone Johnson Is rapidly drawing re
cruits from the other candidates.
X H. Wood.
, Home dressed broilers. Those fine
yellow leg chickens are found at Ar
ROSTVELL COMPANY STORES
1,500,000 POUNDS OF TVOOL
Athletic AKftoctatlen Dlxbaads;- Alfalfa
Buyer Leaves for Louisiana; Per-
soaal and General New.
Roswell, X. M, July 22. C. X Baker,
of the Roswejl TVool and Hide company,
statss that his company has stored 1,
300.000 Bounds, of wool and that the big
warehouse is full.
J. TV. Bennett, the city supervisor of
Roswell. has returned from Oklahoma.
Hugh Jones, of Kenna, and Miss
Maud Tims, of Boaz, were. married here
by probate judge J. T. Evans.
The Roiwell Athletic association has
dissolved on account of lack of inter
est and enwyisiasm.
TV. L. Coci-oft, of Lake Arthur, Texas,
who has been here buying alfalfa and
contracting for future deliveries, has
returned to his home.
The E. F. Hardwicke building on Main
street, which Is being remodeled for a.
new moving picture show is about com
pleted. Henry NImltz, of Artesla, ia
manager of the theater.
TValter P. Chisum. grand lecturer, 13
conducting a school of Instruction for
Masons of the Pecos valley in. the new
Masonic temple in this city this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Howard, of Sn
Antonio, who haye been veiling rela
tives and friends hers.have gone to
Ciovis where they will spend a few days
before going to El Paso where they will
make their future home.
Mrs. Julia Rdbinson. of Austin. Tex
U visiting her sister, Mrs. A. VZ K. Gil
lespie. Mr. and Mr. TV. T. Leonard and baby
have gone to Amarillo, Texas,, whertj
they will locate.
Miss Irma BrockJeman has. gone for a
visit to her old home In Chicago.
Miss Lela TVIlley has gone to El Paso
to visit her uncle.
Mrs. A. E. Patrick has returned -to
i her home in Canyon City, Texas, after
Ha visit with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Smythe. of
Providence. R. I., have gone to El Paso
where they expect to locate.
Mrs. TV, A. Campbell and I daughter,
Christine, have gone to Amarillo, ex.,
where they will locate. ,
Why does ArdoIn"sSunny Side Special
butter have the demand? Ans. It's the
best on the market.
PUEBLO CENSUS SHOWS
JilC. POPTTT,.VTIOX INXREASE
Washington. D. C, July 22. Census
.returns show Pueblo, Colo., has a popu
lation of 44,395 as compared wih 25,157
In 1900. making an increase of 57.7
When the digestion Is all right, the
artlon of the bowels regular, there Is a
natural craving and relish for foodd.
When this is lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organs, Im
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowels. Sold by all druggists-