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Too Late To Classify.
A IiETTER FOB YOU.
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vertisers this morning.
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later than one week after being bulle
G. C. H
KEEP GLASSES? Ask SegalL.
WTI.Ij A. R. CARTER, carpenter, ad
dress H. Holmes, Shafter, Tex.
"WANTED Housekeeping rooms, walk
ing distance, private porch, moderate
price, by August 4th; no children. In
quire 709 "Wyoming St.
COOL ROOMS, housekeeping privilege,
or without. Bell phone 2329.
EYEGLASS COHFUitT? Ask SegalL
FOR RENT Modern 5 room cottage at
1123 N. El Paso St.; will be vacant
August 1st. Inquire of Mrs. Phelps,
709 N. Oregon St. Phone 11.
FOR SALE One standard well rig,
double simple engines Sxl2 J"11
flred boilers 42xS. Drills and Tilts com
plete with other auxiliary parts. In
flrstclass repair. Cost 55000. For sale
quick 52500 cash. El Paso Limestone
Before buying look at that w mod
ern 8 room house; J1! hJ?
wqt(ni- built for a home, bee owner
Sr8tSSce ? The best buy in the city
today. J- B. Blacioff. 1016 B. Rio
Grande. Jr-none j-""1 "-""
BROKE.V GLa-SEST Ask SegalL
FAT REDUCED SAFELY, surety nd
permanently. Call and see : Mrs. C. B
Holt, now located at the Flato, iij.
Boulevard. Auto. 168 1. .
FOR RENT OR SALE.
A bouse built for a forking .
large rooms and cement bgjment. Jl
per month. f-Ji ..,. or
party across suicc. -
address Chas.. Herald. .
WANTED Good girl to stay in house.
Phone 1302. .
EYE TROUBLE AsK vegaiu
FOUR ROOM COTTAGE OX ARTZOXA
It's a snap. See us. We can arrange
very easy terms.
3 Lobc Star Land Co-
213 Texas St,
BIG BARGAIN OX SV$TJT;oT
Two south front terraced lots for
$1500. Nothing to match this In the
city. See us.
Loae Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
ixiTURE OF A 5 ROOM COTTAGE
"t A SACRIFICE.
Call up Phone 2065 Bell quick.
tor BETTER GLASSES Ask SegallT
PflJiGB TV4XTBD Will trade 3 tine
S?Se 2XOpnSt, as part
-payment. a --
TOTS WXTED IX HIGHLAAD PARK
LOIS VV;.- -ro-ni wlinTiirP COttaffe
o- Grand, view. XVr. Cvoic
lor vhem. HAWKINS BROS.
WVVTED TO EXCHANGE Good va
cant lots for improved cottage rejl
dpnce will assume or pay airrerence,
ff anv in cash; state fully what you
haveiocatin. price and full descrip
tion; must be a bargain. Address at
once. P. O- box 419, city.
EMPLOYMENT AND HELP furnished.
1005 E. Missouri.
LOST Saturday night, gold bracelet,
between Brown and Newman on Boule
vard. Reward if returned to 130 1 Boule
W WHEELER, E. M. Guarantee
Trust Bldg., room 521. Mexican mine.
mill and water cunucsa-
WANTED Automobile runabout; must
i . r,0Vi ArlrlrPKK "AutO.
oe cneup iui v-o. - - -
FOR RENT Six room newly furnished
home on north side track to reliable,
permanent tenant. Inquire Dr. Cam-
eron, over uuaiauc w. .
FOR SAXE 50 "Wickoff strain white
Leghorn cockerels at 50c each. Ge
moet's Poultry Yards, 3123 Frutas St.,
East El Paso.
WANTED One firstclass pattern ma
ker. Address Globe Foundry and Ma
chine Co., Globe, Ariz.
-...-..-. nnvm nun i-r. A. fnnm onttace. 1
also 6 room cottage. Apply 311 Boule-
vara, rnone into Amu.
FOR SALE OR TRADE in good rail
road town, a saloon. 4 months license,
Including lots, buildings, fixtures, fur
niture, dwelling house, 7 rooms; price
?300P. Call or address A. Story. Ar-
lington Hotel. El Paso.
NICELY FURNISHED small brick
house, all conveniences, reasonable
rent to permanent party. Highland
Porl- "Pliorift 2040.
WANTED Washing and ironing, first
xiscs work iruaranteed. Men's fine
shirts especially. 601 S. Campbell
FOR SALE 2 fine fresh Jersey cows.
311 E. Missouri.
OFFICES FOR RENT in new Herald
building; most central location and best
offices in city for the money. Apply for
particulars 326 Herald Bldg.
All dogs running at large and un
muzzled within the corporate limits of
the city of El' Paso, will be taken up,
impounded and destroyed, if not
promptly redeemed. The payment of a
license tax on the dog will not prevent
his destruction if he is permitted to
run at large unmuzzled. The proper
officers of the city and the police es
pecially and the city scavenger and his
employes are especially charged with
the duty of enforcing this prolamation.
W. F. Robinson,
Mayor of the City of El Paso. Texas.
Attest: C. W. Fassett, City Clerk.
EL PASO LODGE, NO. 130, A.F.-&A.M.
lieguiar meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
L. E, Gillett, W. M.
E. W. S. Neff, Secy.
Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.; hours 10 a. m to 12 m.
Called meeting Tuesday, July 26th,
7.30 p. m. Third degree. Special music
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR NOTICE.
Special conclave of El Paso Com
mandery No. IS, Monday afternoon, 4
oclock. Order of the Red Cross Mon
day evening, 8 oclock. Order of the
By order of the Eminent Commander.
Edw. W. Pew, Recorder.
A. & A. S. RITE OH TJtXCK MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple. "
W. H. McCnlloncb. Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
EVERY SATTTRDAY NIGHT.
GLOBE TROTTER IN EL PASO.
C. M. Hargraves was in El Ppfo
Monday on his way around the .voiid.
He says that he has visited 22 coun
tries since leaving London, Eng., in
February, 1901. and has one year and
a half In wit rh to trave1 through four
more countries. He is traveling on a
$30,000 wager and makes his way by
goring concerts and lectures, he says.
ib r" ii I lis Si I 1 ifcJFS
SENSATION IN WHEAT PIT.
Chicago, 111., July 25. Accompanied by considerable excitement and heavy
trading, corn jumped 4 cents oa the board of trade today. Hot vrlntls and
generally dry vreather and official prediction that these unfavorable condi
tions vtould prevail at least smother -week were the reasons fop the advance.
Heavy damage lias already been reported from the drouth and heat witb-pre-
dictions of utter ruin of crops in some
'lTauing was on a nuee scaie shq
at any time this season.
TflONEY ANP METALS.
Nevr lorfc (notations.
(By Associated Press."
New York, July 25. Call money
Prime mercantile paper, 54 6 per
Closing: Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 54.
Desilverized lead, $4.55.
Copper, standard spot, $11,6012.00;
Sept., $11.85 12.10.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.05.
Mexican dollars. 44c
Current smelter Quotations.
Ei Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 54
Copper (wire bars 12
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sll, d3
Lead (New York saxe:s prices) $4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 'itu?
NEW YOEK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald froa
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Amalgamated - 58
Amer. Smelters 65 U
Colo. Fuel & Iron 29
Erli Rv 22
M., K. & T 29
Mo. Pac o
Rock Island 29
Southern Pac 107
Union Pac 157
U. S. Steel, com 65
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire io The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Ariz. Commercial 13
Bost. Corb 11
Calumet & Ariz 49
Copper Range 60
Greene Cananea 0
Helvetia 2 1-16
Nevada Con 18
North Butte 23
Old Dominion 33
Shannon - 9
Sup. & Boston 8
Sup. & Pittsburg 10
U. S. Smelters, com 35
Utah Con 21
Utah Coopper 42
(By Special Wire to The Kerald from
7 H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Ariz.-Mich., pt pd 30c
CaL & Montana 75c
Chlno Cop. Co 11
Chief Con 1
Cordova, pt pd ." 50c
Cordova, full pd 1
Ely Cent ' 58c
Goldfield Con 8 5-16
Inspiration Cop 7
Live Oak Dev 164
Mason Valley ' 7
Nat. Mng. Exp 16c
New Keystone .- 3
Ohio Copper 19-16
Pinto Copper '. 15c
Ray Central 2
Ray Consolidated 17
Superior & Globe, pt pd 30c
New York Curb. Close.
(Special from Irving S. Farrington &
Co.. New Tork.)
Consolidated Arizona l78
Ely Central 9-16
-Ely Con j9
Greene Cananea G
Inspiration c l-l 6
Ray Cent 2
Ray Consolidated ..j 17
Tularosa ., 1
New York Cotton.
New York, N. T., July 25. New cron
months has been steady today, especi-
"EL PASO HERALD
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT
TON. points if conditions continue. tr
excitement vras at a lugucr pucn laanjp
ally early in the session. July was eas
ier and August quiet but steady. The
strength of the new crop was reflected
in later options and the first half of
the Session saw moderate advances.
There was little new in the w&ather.
While conditions are generally favor
able in the eastern and central belts the
change has not been such as to pro
duce any change In feeling in regard
to the new crop. With the crop in poor
condition the eastern belt and Missis
sipl valley situation are becoming more
critical. In Texas each day rain is
delayed, for the good attention of the
trade is being centered more and more
on what the final outcome will be there.
New Orleans Cotton.
New Orleans, La., July 25. Cotton
opened steady and fractionally higher,
and ruled steady, with the general
level above the finals of Saturday. Feel
ing is generally bullish, and the market
is likelj to make further advances, un
less there is a decided change in con
ditions soon. r
Liverpool, Eng., July 25. There is a
limited demand for actual cotton to-,
day and prices are tw'o English points
higher than the finals Saturday. Mid
dling S.02d In English values, or 16.24
Titled Woman "Who Was
Formerly a Showgirl
The earl and lady Poulett of London and a scene of their English home.
The earl and lady Poulett recently arrived in New York and will spend sev
eral months inAmerica sight seeing. Lady Poulett before her marriage was
Miss Sylvia Lillian Story, a Gaiety girl. The earl attained worldwide-
notoriety several years ago when an organ grinder disputed his
title. The contest waged for several years, but two years ago the committee
on privileges of the house of lords ren dered a decision giving him full title to
American values. Sales aggregate 4000,
nothing received. Futures opened steady
on range of four and onehalf to seven
and higher, and ruled quiet but steady.
Galveston Spot Cotton.
Galveston, Tex., July 25. Spot cot
ton quiet and unchanged; middlings,
14?4c; no sales.
Grain and "Provisions.
Cbicaero Grain. Close.
Sept $1.05 L06
Sept 66 66
Chicago ProI"iuns. Close,
. Sept $21.80
Kansas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City. Mo., July 25. Cattle
Receipts 20,000, including 4000 south
erns; market 10 15c lower. Native
steers, $4.50 8.00; southern steers,
$3.755.50; southern cows, $2.104.35,
native cows and heifers, $2.50 6.75;
stockers and feeders, $3.00 6.00; bulls,
$S.004.60; calves, $4.50S25; western
steers, $4.257.25; "western cows, $2.50
fogs Receipts 5000: market 10 15c
lower; bulk, $8.45S.65, heavy. $8.35
8.45; packers and butchers, $S.45S.65;
Sheep Receipt"; 6000, market low
er. Muttons, $3.504.25, lambs, $6.50
7.50; fed wethers and yearlings, $3.50(3
4.50; fed western ewes, $3.004.00.
Cbicafro Livestock. Cloe.
Chicago, 111., July 25. Cattle
ceipts 2St900; market 10c lower. Beeves,
$4.908.50; Texas steers, $3.60(g5.60;
western steers, $5.00 6.70; stockers
and feeders, $4.10 6.35; cows and heif
ers $2.60 6.55; calves, $6.75S."5.
Hogs Receipts 32,000; market 10
15c lower. Light, $8.558.95; mixed.
$8.15S.S0; heavy, $7.858.60; rough,
$7.858.05; good to choice heavy. $S.05
S.60; pigs, $8.60S.95; bulk, $S.35
Sheep Receipts 30.000; market 10c
lower. Native, $2.65 4.40: western,
$2.504.40 yearlings, $4.255.60;
lambs, native, $4.50 7.40; western, $4.50
Fort Worth Livestoolc. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex., July 25. Cattle
Receipts 3200; hogs 1000. Steers weak,
lower, not quoted; cows lower, $3.60;
calves steady, $6.50.
Hogs Steady, $S.95.
St. Louir Wool. Close.
St. Louis, Mo., July 25. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums, IS
22; fine medium. 1617; fine, 1314.
eagles have a
Girl Comes from Holland To
Wed Opinions On the
Roswell, N. M., July 25. Fire Sunday
morning at Eagles' hall on First street,
damaged the building to the amount of
Wilhelmina Geerblen de Braber, aged
27, a thrifty Dutch gir!, has just ar
rived from the kingdom of trie Nether
lands to meet and marry George Carel
Toeset, aged 25, a hardy and industri
ous Dutchman of Dexter
James Lynch, who h.as been visiting
In Bakersfield, Cal., and took in the
Reno 'fight, says -that the report that
fight was faked or thrown off by Jef-
mes is a misiaKe. narry jaioiiana nas
just returned from the fight also, and
stated that the fight was worth the
money charged for admission.
Dr. P. M. Baker, formerly of this city,
who is now living at Artesia, was one
of the sport enthusiasts of this section
who saw the fight and was disgusted
at the outcome. He says it was a fake,
pure and simple.
Chaves county has employed former
city engineer Lucious Dills as superin
tendent to look after the work for the
county on the construction of the new I
$130,000 court house.
The Socialists of Chaves county have j
put out a full Socialist ticket of four as
delegates for election as members of
the constitutional convention.
Mrs. Anna O. Hagerman, widow of
the late J. J- Hagerman, ihe millionaire
apple king of Roswell, left f or Newport,
Rhode Island, and points east and will
spend a few weeks on a recuperating
trip. She was accompanied east by
her sister-inlaw, Mrs. I. S. Osborne of
Carlsbad, enroute to Massachusetts for
an extended visit.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank N. Brown have re
turned from Las Vegas and Denver,
where they attended the territorial and
national conventions of dental sur
geons. J. D. Hannah of Jackson, Miss., who
has been here for two months buying '
hay that was shipped to various points j
In Mssissippi, has returned to his home.
Solon Newman, who has been here
prospecting with a view to locating and
starting a general fruit commission
business, left for EI Paso, where he ex
pects to locate in that line. He was
formerly a fruit buyer in West Vir
ginia, W. L. Bobo, a prominent attorney of
Carlsbad, is in the city winding up his
business affairs here, after which he
will spend several days visiting friends
before leaving for Butte, Montana,
where he will locate permanentlj.
For El Paso and vicinity: Fair to
night and Tuesday.
Tern p erat n re.
Highest temperature last 24 hours. 95
degrees; lowest, 72 degrees: (Tempera
ture taken at 6 a. m. Monday.)
Cloudcroft, N. M., July 25. (9 a. m.)
Weather for the past 24 hours,
cioudy, light north wind. Maximum
temperature, 75; minimum, 50. Precipi
tation, .25 inches between 10:30 and
11:30 a. m.
Eighteen Hurt in Wreck.
Portland, Ore., July 25. A hsadon
collision between a work train and an
outbound electric train at Boring, a
station 25 miles east of here on the
Cazardo division of the Portland Rail
way, Light and Power company, re
sulted in the Injurj' of 18 persons, four
A. H. Richards. Jeweler.
International Book and Sta
Wm. Moellcr, Rcai Esta'.
Office and plant of The El Paso
El Paso Printing Co.. fac'ng
Main St. near St. Regis 'notel.
John Brunner. Tailoring.
Y. ' W. C. A. Lunch and Rest
Public Stenographers Co.. Ruth
Mrs. J. B. Cass.
Miss B. Garra.v Dressmaking
Drs. Satterlee & Satterlee, Os
teopaths. Dr. Nettle E. Satter
lee. Dr. Flora L. Satterlee.
First Church of Christ, Scien
tist, Reading Rooms.
The W,m. Jennings Cr, Con
sulting Engineers Machinery
Southwestern Portland Cement
R. E. Ruthsteiner, Mechanical
Colorado National Life Insur
ance Co. E. McMIllen. agent
R. L. Nichols. Attorney at Law.
Lee & Woodyard. Contracting
Charles M. G'bson.
Carter & Robertson, Mine. Mi 1.
Smelter and Railway Supplies.
The Ludlow Saylor Wire Co.,
T. E. Robertson, manager.
Standard Home Co., Money to
TT "FY TToxcpII. "Roal Estate
DIES IN CITY
D. K Washburn, Formerly
of Clinton, Ind., Passes
Away at Age of 42 .
Dana Nebeker Washburn, former
manager of the El Paso Fuel company,
and a prominent merchant of Clinton,
Ind., before his cominjr to El Paso seven
years ago, died Sunday morning in a
local hospital Mr Washburn was en
gaged in business two years after his
arrival in EL Paso, the remainder of
the time being spent in Illness at his
residence, 1517 Montana street He was
40 yearsof age
Surviving are his mother, Mrs Laura
Washburn, a" sister, Miss Anna Wash
burn, and a son.. Robert, aged 12 years
Charles N Bassett, of El Paso, is a cou
sin. Mr. Washburn was an extensive
'real estate dealer in Clinton, and man
ager of a large mercantile house Also,
In EI Paso he dealt in real estate, be
sides his activities in the fuel busi
The body will be shipped tonight to
Clinton by McBean, Simmons & Carr..
Funeral services and Interment will oc
Funeral services for Sumpter Moody,
who died Friday in a local hospital,
were held Sunday at he chapel of Mc
Bean, Simmons & Canf. Interment was
made in Concordia cemetery. Mr. Moody
was 47 years of age and had lived six
months in EI Paso.
MRS. EMMA HILTON.
Mrs. Emma Hilton, 18 years of age,
died Monday morning after a two
months residence in El Paso. She is
survived by her husband, Charles Hil
ton, and her mother. The body will be
shipped to Magdalena, N. M., by Mc
Bean, Simmons & Carr.
Miss Minnie Hufi.
Miss Minnie Huff, 24 years of age,
died Sunday afternoon at the residence
of her brothers and sister, 414 San Jose
street. Surviving are two brothers,
Thomas B. and J. C. Huff, a sister, Mrs.
Addle Bylen, and her mother, Mrs. J. E.
Huff, who lives In Memphis, Tenn. Fu
neral services were held at 3:30 Monjny
afternoon in the chapel of Nagley &
Kaster, with Interment In Concordia
J. O. Mills, Infant.
John Oliver Mills, S months old son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mills of Casas
Grandes, died Sunday in a local hos
pital. Funeral services were held Mon
day afternoon at the chapel of Nagley
& Kaster, and interment made In Con
Robert Esuey Johnston.
The body of Robert Espey Johiyston,
22 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Johnston, will be shipp'j:! to Pitts
burg, Pa., by McBean, Simmons & Carr.
The child died Friday at the residence
S00 Aurora street-
Mrs. Lnla M. Bryan.
Mrs. Lula M. Bryan died Saturday at
the residence, 812 East Arizona street.
She was 27 years of age and is sur
vived by her husband, "Charles Bryan,
and a daughter. Funeral services were
held Sunday at Trinity Methodist
church, and interment made in Concor
HEZZIE CLIFFORD McGONAGILL.
Hezzie Clifford McGonaglll, one year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McGonagili
of Clint, Tex., died Sunday at Cloud
croft. Funeral services will be held
at 5:30 this afternoon at the chapel of
Nagley &. Kaster. Interment will be
made in Concordia cemetery.
Ching Kee, a Chinaman, was arrested
by immigration officers Monday morn
ing, on the charge of being in the
ITnited States, illegally, and when car
ried before the United States commis
sioner Geqrge B. Oliver, he stated that
he was a native of this country and
asked the court for time to get proof to
substantiate his claim, which -was grant
ed by the court
Joseph M. Nealon, state delegate of
the Knights of Columbus, leaves El
Paso Tuesday to attend the national
convention of that order at Quebec,
Canada. He will visit New York and
other cities, enroute.
Mr. and Mrs. William O.-McNary-of
Tulsa. Okla.. are ihe fruests of Mr. Mc-
Nary's brother and sister, J. G. McNary,
John McNary, and Mrs. H. T. Bowie.
They will also spend several weeks at
the mountain- home of J. G. McNary at
Miss Sara May Raynolds, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Raynolds, is back
from Europe, where she has been
studying music, to spend a month with
Company owns a large deposit of monzonite (Porph.vry) copper &z
Bent (Otero Co.), Xew Mexico, 12 miles from Tularosa station, and is com-
Eletino- the first unit of its concentrating mill, which, will be in oparation
j July 1st next.
Issued capitalization 550,000 $5.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
F. P. Kern, President Southern Iron & Equipment Companv, Atlanta, Ga.
Consulting Engineer, H. Vincent Wallace, Wallace : Sumroerhayes, 519-30
Trust Bldg., EI Paso.
Stock listed on New York Curb. For quotations see Financial Colwasi
We recommend the above enterprise as an investment at voqaestlowj
Oar 16 pase book, entitled "THE COPPEB
SCRAP BOOK," on request. Also Weekly
Mining Market UstteaL
ER TOOBIST BATES
afionai naisways e? tfiexiea
From El Paso to the following points and retiu.n:
Cuernavaca . . . -
Mexico City ...
Tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each
June, July, August and September, limit of thirty days from
without stopover privileges. For further information call on or
Monday, July 25, 1910.
ANGXTLrs HOTEL BAR
Just around the corner on Mesa.
Have yon had an Angelus Fizz?
Coal, Wood and Grain
GEO. C. WI3IBERLY, Pass City Fnel C
811 Texas St. Bell 1479; Auto. 1818.
dr. lee Mcintosh
Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St.
DR. E. W. BRYAN
107 San Antonio St. Bell 2737.
DRS. BROWN AND GALLOWAY.
Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Coles Bldg.
HERMANS FURNITURE CO.
114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash
Jiair Df essing
ESTHER ALLEN, Manicuring.
211 St. Louis St. Bell 1968
Hats Cleaned and Blocked
Union Hat & Tailor Shop, 207 S. Stanton
Clothes cleaned, pressed. Both phones.
H. R. BURGER, 203 Sonth EI Paso.
Watch repairing a specialty.
METROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO.
225 South Stanton. Both Phones.
WE! CAN FIX IT SHOP.
347 Myrtle. Bell 515; Auto 1515. Um
brellas covered, keys fitted, rubber tires
for baby carts.
DR. CARL SMITH
107 San Antonio St. Auto 215L
EL PASO SEED HOUSE
505 San Antonio. "Write for price list.
DR. B. A. HIGGINS, 3." S. Oregon.
Hospital for Horses and Dogs.
BY AEIZONA JUDGE
Linemen Mnst Not Interfere
With Business of Tele
phone Company .
Tucson, Ariz.. July 25. Judge' Doan,
of Tombstone, today granted the in
junction asked by the Consolidated
Telephone, Telegraph and Electric com
pany, restraining all striking linemen
of the company in Arizona, members
of the International Brotherhood ol
Electrical "Workers, from Interfering
with the company's business, interfer
ing with employesor attempting tc
coerce patrons to withdraw business
through threats of boycott
The injunction affects Phoenix, Tuc
son, Globe and Nogales.
LIGHTItlHG HITS A
PROSPECT AVEATIE HOME.
During the vivid electrical storm Sat
urday night, lightening hit the residence
of J. P. Mullin. 516 Prospect avenue
and did some damage to the roof. It
also bifrned out the fuses of several
electric lights in the house and put the
telephone out of commission in the resi
dence of H. D. Slater, next door, at 520
The storm produced the most vivid
electrical display seen in" the citv in
years. Very little rain fell, onlv enough
to lay the dust in places, but there
were very "black clouds and much thun
der and lightning.
CONTRACT FOR A NEW
The contract for the Chlpps apart
ment house, which is to be built by J.
A. Chipps oi Myrtle avenue In the 1100
block, has been let to the Turbeville
Construction company for $12,000, and
work will begin at once on the apart
ment building. E. A. Hersperger is the
ACTING SPECIAL AGENT.
Special inspector W. W. Carpenter,
of Nogales, Ariz., has taken charge of
the special agent's office of the treas
ury department here until the arrival
of the new special agent, Charles L.
Lewis. Mr. Lewis is" now at Niagara
Falls with his daughter and trill arrive
here late in August
Abont 93 Miles from 1
Paso oa tiie 1 Paso &
I Northeastern . S.
IRViMG K. FABRIMS7GM C&,
Established 1900. S7-4S WU Si.. Xr Set City.
San Luis Potosi
Santa Rosalia ..
date of sale,
Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas.