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Too Late To Classify.
A LETTER FOB YOU.
Replies sent In care of The Herald
office were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
later than one week after being bulle
G. C, H.
"broken classes? a.sk: segaii.
A SNAP FOR YOU.
Five south front corner lots In olcK
96. East El Paso, adjoining Basetts
addition at the head of Montana St.,
fronting on car line; water gas .sewer;
electric light and telephone; these lots
e actually worth $2000, but you can
buy them today for $1375; 1-3 cash, bal
ance 1 and 2 years.
D. G. Hclaeman, 207 St. Louis St.
IT WENT GOT IT WE DON'T SAY
that. We get what you want in upper
valley land. Just tell us. we get it.
that's all. wr
Gumm as Wood,
Valley Land Specialists.
Chamberino. N- L
FOR SALE 5 passenger Bulck. White
head Hack and Auto. Stand.
WVNTED A good woman for house
work. Mrs. A. J. Fraser, 1310 Roosevelt.
Bell 29S1. Call in morning or after 6.
FOR BETTER GLASSESsAsk Segall.
-.-t sottoot, TEACHER.
The school board of the town of Car
rizozo, N. M., desire to secure the ser
vices of a competent school teacher to
take charge of their nigh school de
partment and to have general supervis
ion ofVthc schools of the city for the
coming term. We will pay a salary
of $100 per month, for a period of at
least 9 months. The successful appli
cant must have the proper New Mexico
credentials and be a man of famllj
and desirous of making New Mexico
Lis permanent home. Jno. H. wya,
Clerk, Carrizozo, N. M.
S11O0 IS ALL WE ASK FOR 40 FEE
HE BIG RAISE will soon be on in val
Hy land. Get in now -before the raiso
comes. Let us tell you what we have.
Gumm & Wood, I
Valley Land Specialists.
Chamberino. N. M.
"" FOR RENT.
8 room modern house on Wyoming
St 1V block north Southwestern
shops, l" block from car line; store room
or rear can be cut into four bedrooms;
Davison Realty Co., OvrHers.
)iixi Tcvac Si. . Room. 29.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms
908 N. El Paso. Phone 1454.
EYEGLASS COMFUitTi Ask Segall.
FOR SALE. v
BEFORE BUYING LOOK AT THAT
NEW 3IODERX S R003I HOUSE; HOT
WTER HEATING SYSTEM; BUILT
FOR A- HOME. SEE OWNER FOR
PRICE. THE BEST BUY IN THE
CITY TOTJW. J. E. BISCKOFF, 101C
E. RIO GRANDE. PHONE 1369, AU
TOMATIC. FOR RENT Cool furnished front
rooms, private porch, baths, electric
lights. Sll N. Oregon.
HAVE YOU ANY HOUSES OR ROOMS
fvr rent? Watch the Room Directory's
bulletin in the classified columns.
EYE TROUBLE? AsK segan.
A RESPONSIBLE MAN with a healthy
family of -3 little girls wants to rent
now or the first of September a modern
6 room cottage or bungalow within 10
blocks of the postoffice; north of rail
road, facing east or south; enclosed
grounds, in good sanitary condi
tion and in good neighborhood.
Porches and grounds important. Will
pay liberal rent for the right place.
Address with description, location and
rental value to P. O. box 137, city.
NEED GLASSES? Ask Segall..
FARMS WILL BE FORTUNES in the
upper valley within avjry short time.
Write us what size you want. We
Gumm & Wood,
Valley Land Specialists.
Chamberino. N. M.
Two nice 4 room brick houses near
S. W. shops, and convenient to foun
dry, at $12.50 per month.
Newman & So a,
Phone 914. 304 Mesa Ave.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping -rooms.
615 Montana St
FOR SALE Large size Vacuum sweep
er, suitable for hotel use. Inquire at
303 S. Oregon St
FOR SALE BY OWNER New, modern
5 room red pressed brick bungalow in
Government Hill, close to car line, on
3 lots, all fenced, large barn, trees,
screened sleeping porch, large front
cement porch. 3 large closets, buffet In
dining room, mantel, bath; must be
seen to be appreciated. For terms
phone Bell 2626. 414 W. Overland St
FOR SALE: One standard well rig,
double simple engines 8x12. Internal
fired boiler 42x8. Drills and bits com
plete with other auxiliary parts. In
ffrsrelass repair. Cost $5000. For sale
quick $2500 cash. El Paso Limestone
ASlv US IF Yf)U WANT TO KNOW
anything about upper valley land. We
are practical farmers living on our
own farms. We will tell you the con
ditions. Gumm & Wood,
Valley Land Specialists.
Chamberino. N, M.
For Sale RegJ Estate.
And read the following list of bar
gains: VACANT PROPERTY.
3 lots Montana St, Bassett addition,
$400 each. 1
Building site on Arizona St. at
N. Kansas St building site. $1350.
2 lots, Montana St, $4500.
6 room east front bungalow, finished
in the most modern manner. The price
has been cut from $4750 to $4500 for
8 room 2 story red pressed brick
home on the best block on Nevada St.
rooms all large, floors polished, walls
tinted, cement walks, fenced. In fact
It's absolutely complete and the price
is away below the market
8 ROOM, RIO GRANDE ST.
It faces south and there are 2 lots.
The place Is complete and the location
the very best Price only $5750.
5 ROOM COTTAGE.
$100 cash, balance by the month,
. AUTO INSURANCE.
W. F. PAYNE,
A.ngelus Hotel Building. Phone 1250.
Too Late To Classify, t
218 W. Franklin, 10 rooms $60,00
606 Nevada. 5 room 32.50
1413 Nevada St., 5 rooms 27.50
1116 E. Missouri, 4 rooms 1S.00
513 Newman St-, 4 rooms 15.08
513 N. Campbell, 4 rooms li.0
810 N. El Paso St., 5 rooms 25.0lf
411 WiJlow St., 5 rooms 22.51
Hafford &. Collier,
417 Mesa.Ave. Bell Phone 1B.
As clear as crystal, yet manufac
tured expressly to soiten the strong
rays of light and save tiie weak eyes
from irritation and inflammation. Un
scrupulous dealers aaverti&e them, and
perhaps think they can furnish some
thing "just as good," but if you want
the genuine KIixiAT lens .you can only
purcnase them of the manufacturer, as
they are not sold to other dealers.
Geo. 1). Kendall,
208 Mesa Ave., Makes Glasses lL'ght.
MEXICO, TROPICAL MEXICO
Is the place to buy cheap orange and
banana land, where crops grow win
ter and summer without irrigation. The
best Iruit and truck land on eartn. One
acre Is worth four in tne states. We
are seifing 10, 20, 40 and 160 acre tracts
on easy terms. Get in on tne ground
rioor. Buy NOW. Don't put U off for
another date. Call or write for our
booklet explaining TBOPICAL MEX
ICO. Butler Load Company,
215 N. Stanton St.
THE BEST BUY IN
' THE VALLEY TODAY.
WHO WANTS A SUBURBAN HOMET
Valley home, just 10 acres, 7 miles
down. County road runs through cen
ter of tract. Improvements are as fol
lows: 200 fruit trees. ISO 4 year old
Bartlett pear trees, worth... $ 500.00
Team, wagon, harness, worth.. 300.00
Pumping plant worth 350.00
.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... 1700.00
Baled hay on place, worth 250.00
10 acres of land, worth 4000.00
Total conservative value $S000.00
Wi1 sell this between now and Au
gust 1st. for $4500.
11 ' Geonrc Peace,
. 217 Texas St. "
COTTAGE WANTED Will trade 3 fine
lots, close in on N. Oregon St, as part
payment. HAWKINS BROS.
LOTS WANTED IN HIGHLAND PARK
or Grand View. Will exchange cottage
for them. HAWKINS BROS.
WE CAN SELL YOU A BARGAIN IN A
5 ROOM COTTAGE.
Its on N. Ange St, east front, lot 42
xl22 feet modern brick at the bargain
price of $3150; terms easy.
Lone Star Laad Co.
TWO LOTS CORNER RIVER ND
BROAVN ST., 1275.
Fine sightly location for a home;
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
A SNAP ON NEVADA ST.
Two full size south front lots for
Lone Star Land Co-
213 Texas St
FURNITURE OF A 5 ROOM COTTAGE
FOR SALE AT A SACREF'ICE.
Phone 2065 Bell.
40 ACRES OF THE VERY RICHEST
On the main ditch, within 2 hours
drive up the river :rom El Paso. All
in excellent cultivation. 10 acres al
falfa. 20 of corn, balance in wheat and
vegetables. Good house and sheds. Can
sell this place and throw in of the
unharvested crop for $100 per acre. If
you really want something good in this
fertile valley, let us show you this
Ask HoSge Realty Co.,
Both Phones. 303 Texas St
Five room red pressed brick $3300;
$925 cash, balance easy. See us.
McKcnaey Realty Co.,
Room 9 Buckler Block.
WANTED A HOUSE IN EL PASO.
Will trade a block of 48 lots Tn one
of the best additions to Las Cruces as
part payment; housemust be at a cash
price. Price of the block is $1500.
Answer stating location and price, Las
Cruces, care of Herald.
SHIRTWAISTS, 2 for 25c; lingerie
dresses carefully laundered. Bell
FOR SALE BY OAVNER About 26
acres of land on county road near San
Elizarlo. 16 acres in good stand of
alfalfa, balance in cultivation; will
take $125 per acre. $600 down, balance
1, 2 and 3 years. Address box 585, El
SPECIAL NOTICE Before leaving
town sell your furniture 'and clothing
for a good price to the El Paso store.
400 El Paso St Bell 3491; Auto. 2491.
FURNITURE and sewing machine of a L
4 room house for sale at a reasonable
price. 1010 N. Ochoa.
AVANTED Flrstclass bridge carpen- J
ters. Apply at Frank Powers' Planing
WANTED Position as housekeeper,
best of reference. Mrs. J. W. Price,
512 Mesa Ave. Phone 2395.
We sell DIRJT in paying quantities,
Our business methods are safe 'and
Call on us and become acquainted,
We sell Mother Earth the whole year
Our real estate is on the market
To those who really mean to buy;
We know that ours is one of the
And we always please, hecause we
Cassidy & Davidson,
211 St Louis St Both Phones.
THIS AVILL APPEAL TO YOU.
A beautiful 2 story red pressed brick
house, strictly modern and uptodate.
Two south front lots; fine view; net.r
car line. It is located in the choicest
part of the city; large sleeping porches,
nice lawn and shrubbery; fine outbuild
ing with laundry room; completely fur
nished, including bed. linen and sil
verware, and all the bricabrac. Owing
to part of the family leaving the city,
owner is willing to aell at tremendous
sacrifice; can give good terms.
Cassidy & Dnvidson. Sole Agents,
211 St Louis S
EL PASO HERALD
fc&jQ TWAJTED Ybunfc man as clerK f 5p &a
LAWSON HEARING NOW
SET FOR "WEDNESDAY
Oae New Assault Charge piled and One
Judgment Granted By Justice
The preliminary hearing of Frank
JLawson, the negro charged with killing
his wife, has been postponed until Wed
nesday morning when it will be held
by justice E. B. McClintock.
S. W. Laxsen has filed suit in this
court against Mrs. S. E. Irwin charging
her with assault. The trouble is al
leged to ihave resulted over a quarrel
relative to room rent. The case was
dismissed this afternoon.
Justice McCHntock granted Mrs. Cata
lina Swain judgment in the sum of
$25 In her suit against Mrs. Nellie Black
on a plea of assault. The case had
been tried once, the jury failing to
agree, and when It was called for triad
a second time Tuesday morning, the
defendant failed io appear, so judg
ment was granted the plaintiff In the
sum of $25 though ''she had sued for
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
MISS LOTTIE A. SEITER.
Miss Lottie A. Seiter, 19 years of
age, and a health seeker, died Tuesday
morning after a four months' residence
in El Paso. Accompanied by her moth
er, the body will be shipped to St. Louis,
Too Late To Classify.
A nice 5 room modern light brick,
south front, outhouses, linoleum that
cost $50 on kitchen, pantry and bath
room. Also nice range; 2 nice level
lots. Price $3000; terms.
One acre in Alhambra Heights addi
tion; nice level fertile soil. $500.
10 room modern, 1 story and base
ment, 37x120; on N. Stanton St. $6300.
$1000 cash and balance easy. ,
50 acres mile of Berino, N, M., 48
acres in alfalfa, 5 room house and or
chard. $5000. Nicely improved.
4 large rooms, lot 37xl0 feet, Bas
sett addition, near foundry. $2500.
f . - bv 120. on Campbell St. be-
tween Texas and St Louis; small brick
house. This is right in the edge of
,. a-uiu.. $su0U.
i nice lots in block P, Hague subdi
vision. Government Hill. $1000.
One 6 room and one 3 room red brick
houses; lot 62xl20, on Upson Ave.
4 nice lots in Government Hill addi
tion; block 23. Price $500.
Fdrniture and lease of (2 years at
$55a month) 9 room house, close in
on N. Oregon. Price, Including piano,
r. ..nnm rA hrifik in 1900 blOCk On
Arizona. 1 lots. Price $3250 $500
down, balance like rent
8 room 2 story light brick, facing j
past: lot 46x200 feet close in on Pros-
pect Price $7500.
j. -!-..:.,. e-rnrt
4 room light brick, big porches front,
and back, 2 lqts. Highland Park. Price
siRsn. si 25 cash and balance' $20 a
month. ' , .
For Rent 4 .room houseon 3 lots in
1 block of Fort Bliss car line. $10.
Mills and Stanton. "Both Phones.
TWO BEAUTIFUL FRONT R003IS fur
nishedfor housekeeping; very cheap.
718 N. Santa Fe.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, private porch,
$10 $12. 616 N. Kansas
STILL THEY GO.
The past few days we have sold to
satisfied customers three of our new
homes, have two left and building two
more now to be sold very reasonable
and on easy terms. If you are in the
market for a home or Investment you
can't do better than "buy one of these.
No trouble "to. show you the property.
The Great Texas Realty Cor 0
J. R. Fisk. Mgr.
WANTED TO TRADE BUGGY for type
writer. 421 Mesa. Phone 832.
WANTED Plasterers on Schutz build
ing at once. Apply to Lee & Wood
EXCELLENT CHANCE to buy cheap
refrigerator, dining table and other
splendid quality fourniture and house
hold furnishings; fine gas stove cheap.
1136 Arizona St Phone 3199.
FOR SALE The entire furniture or
part of a 37 room boarding house In
good condition; Investigate at once.
Phone 1598, or answer E. 91, care Her
ald, y y
LOST Watch charm with diamond on
face and monogram J. M. G. on oacK.
Return to 1311 Myrtle Ave. and receive
w.vTP.n TO TRADE FOR ALFALFA
One Durham Jersey milch cow. 4
years old, one Gallaway Durham heifer
22 months 01a, one jersey nener ca.11.
8 months old. Baldwin Sanatorium.
Bell phone 1616.
WANTED Young active colored boy to j
assist janitor and make hlmselt gen
erally use,fuL Apply room 203, Caples
510 PER MONTH
Buys a home. 4 room house, $1500
$500 cash, balance $10 per month.
McKenney Realty Co.,
Room 9 Buckler Block.
EL PASO LODGE. NO. 130, A. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
L. E. Glllett.W. M.
E. W. SNeff, 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.
A. & A. S. RITE OF FrtEK 3IASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
AV. H. McCullouch. Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
EVERY SATURDAY NIGH"!!-
j Financial and
M033EY ANP METALS.
New York Quotations.
(By Associated Press:)
New York, July 26. Call money
Prime mercantile paper, 56 per
cent Closing Quotations Today.
Bar silver. 5354.
Desilverized lead. $4.374.45.
.Copper, standard spot, $11.5011.95;
Spelter (St Lcuis quotation) $5.05.
Mexican dollars, 44c.
Current Smelter Quotations.
EI Paso Smelter.)
Bar silver .....53?i
Copper (wire bars? V. 12
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sll,' d3
Lead (New York "Sates prices) $4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver - 54.54
NEW YORK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald from j
tt. a. iiru (jo., uiooe, tiz.j
Amalgamated . - 55
Amer. Smelters $ 63
Colo. Fuel & Iron 25t
Erie Ry 20
M.. K. & T -. 271
Mo. Pac . 434
Reading - 132
.Rock Island ..,..... :. 234.
Southern Pac .'.105
Union Pac .s. 15444
U. S. Steel, i com 62
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS !
(By Special Wire ro The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co- Globe. Ariz.)
Ariz. Commercial . 13
Bost Corb llii
Calumet & Ariz.-. ..-. 52
Copper Range ..; , 59
Glroux '..' 6
Greene Cananea 6
Helvetia . .. 2
Nevada Con ..I . 19
fJtn ""e -?i
Old Dominion 33
Sup. & Boston SK
Sup. & Pittsburg:
U. S. Smelters,-com 34
Utah Con 20
Utah Copper 40
(By Special Wire to The ETerald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Arlz.-Mich., pt pd 30c
Cactus , 2
Cal. & Montana 75c
Chlno Cop. Co 10
Chemung "..... 7
Chief Con 1
Cordova, pt pd 50c
Cordova, full pd 1M,
D-enn-Ariz .' 2
Ely Cent 55c
Goldficld Con Si
Inspiration Cop .- 6
Live Oak Dev 16
Mason Valley "6 H
Nat Mng. Exp u. 16c
New Keystone . .. 3
Ohio Copper 1
Pinto Copper 15c
Ray Central ,2 3-16
Ray Consolidated : 16
San Antonio, pt pd 5-
Superior & Globe, pt pd 30c
New York Curb. Close.
(Special from Irving K. Farrlngton &
Co.. New Tork.)
Chino r 10
Cons. Arizona 1
Ely Central 9-16
Ely Cons 1 19c
Glroux 6 9-15
Greene Cananea 6
Inspiration - 6
Ohio ' 1 9-16
Pac. Smelters 7-16
Ray Central 2 3-16
Ray Cons - 16
Grain and Provisions.
Cliicnsro Grain. Close.
Dec 1.07 1.07
Chicago Proi Iniunn. Close.
Sept $1.1.60 .
Oct 11.67 11.70
English Alarket Bullish,
LlAorpool, Eng, July 26. Only small
business was reported frofii spot di
vision cotton today. Prices ruled eas-
STOCKS AND BOIfDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON.
ier at a decline of three English points,
or 7.99d for American middling. Sales
aggregated 3000, of which 2200 was for
American account. Imports were rath
er light, amounting to 4000. of which
3500 was American. Futures, opened
steady, near months two points higher,
and distant options five points higher.
At 12:30 p. m. the market was barely
steady, near months five to five and
oneh'alf lower, distant options two to
four points higher than the closing
for the previous day.
New York Trade Good.
ew York. N. Y.. July zn. -tirst
trades only fractionally lower today,
but developments later in the session
caused prices to recede considerably
from opening. Apparently there was
little doing in July option, but -the
talent is getting ready for settlement
later in week which will likely cause
excitement if there is an attempted
squeeze. New crop months were eas
ier early, but changes were small. Crop
developments were generally unfavor
able. Nothing happened in ,the out
look for a new crop to cause a decline.
Conditions are unchanged, and it is be
lieved conditions are as bullish as ever.
No rains are reported where needed
and crops are making an unfavorable
New York Grnin.
2tv York, July 26. The reports of
damageto the com crop greatly dis
turb the financial district Great re
liance has been placed on the success
nciency in spring wheat and to redeem
The importance of profitable har
vests is considered great since the pub
lication last week of the controler's
report as the year's profits of a'gricul
ture will be required to repay the ex
tensive waning credits throughout the
country, away from the banking re
serve centers. A prospect that the
hoped for bumper crop of corn might
be in jeopardy put a new face on the
financial prospect, even from the point
of extensive anticipation of bad re-
suits to wnicn tne sjock maritet naa
come. Weakness at the closing was
the reassertion of this Influence of de
pression. New Orleans Quiet.
New Orleans, La.r July 26. Local
cotton ruled very quiet here tor the
most part today.
Galveston Spot Cotton.
x Galveston. Tex., July 26. Spot cot
ton quiet and unchanged; midullngs,
14 c; no sales,
Knnxas City Livestock. CIo.se.
Kansas City, Mo.. July 26. Cattle
:eipts 14,000, including 3000 south-
ems; steady to weak. Native steers,
$4.758.00; southern steers, $3.50;
southern cows, $2.504.50; native cows
and heifers, $2.50 6.50; stockers and
feeders. $3.005.50; bulls, $3.004.60;
calves, $4.00S.25; western steers, $4.50
7.2Q; western cows, $2.605.00,
Hogs Receipts lO.OOOT strong to 5c
higher; bulk, $8.458.80; heavy, $S.40
S.50; packers and butchers, $S.45S.80;
Sheep Receipts 6000; steady. Mut
tons, $3.75g4.25; lambs, $6.757.65; fed
wethers and yearlings. $3.755.25; fed
western ewes, $3.25 4 J. 0.
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago, HI., July 26. Cattle Re
ceipts 6000; weak. Beeves. $4.80S.35;
Texas steers. $3.60 5.60; " western
steers, $6.75S.75; stockers and feed
ers, $4.106.35; cows and heifers, $2.60
6.55; calves, $6.75S.75.
Hogs Receipts 14,000; steadv to 5c
higher. Light, $S.609.00; mixed, $8.25
8.S5; heayy, $7.908.60; rough. $7.90
S.lo; good to choice heavy, $8.15
S.65; pigs, $S.65fi9.05; bulk, $S.45S.65.
Sheep Receipts 25,000; steady. Na
tive, $2.60)4.40; western $2.504.40;
yearlings. $4.255.75: lambs, native,
$4.307.50; western, $4.753V7.50.
Fort AVorth Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex.. July 26. Cattle
Receipts 275: hogs 375. Steers weak,
$6.50; cows lower, $3.60; calves steadv,
Hogs Higher, $S.S5.
St. Loui' Wool.
St. Louis, Mo., July 26.
Territorj- and western mediums, 1S
22; fine mediums, 1617; fine, 12J?14.
London, Eng., July 26. The offerings
at the, wool auction sales Monday
amounted to 10,206 bales, the demand
continuing good and prices were firm
in sellers' favor, especially greasy me
rinos. Cross breds hardened. A'ictorlan
greasy sold at Is, 4d. -
All the wSSiouts on the Southwest
ern in Arizona have been repaired, ac
cording to road officials and superin
tendent G. F. Hawks has returned to
the city from an nspection of the dam
aged portion of the road. Southwestern
train No. S, due at 7:20 a. m.t Tuesday,
was two hours late, train No. 3, due at
3:50 p. m., will arrive five hours late,
and No. 33 will arrive an hour and 20
J. W. McCain, brakeman for the S. P..
has resigned his position and returned
to his home in Illinois.
Teething children have more or less
diarrhoea, which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. All that 1 neces
sary is to give the prescribed dose af
ter each operation of the bowels more
than natural and then castor oil to
cleanse the system. It lsafe and sure.
3old by al. dealers-
CHINESE M IT
Once One of Most Prosper
ous in .Valley Two Die.
Las Cruces, N. M., July 26. The mer-
vcantile firm cf Hop Wah & Co. was
closed out Monday under the sheriff's
hammer. In the earlier days of Las
Cruces Hop Wah came, established a
business and made money, lots of it,
but in the awakened Las Cruces Hop's
business went on the decline and he
sells out to two of his fellow country
men and takes himself with his gold
back to China. His successors main
tained the business only a few months
before their doors were closed by the
sheriff, yesterday marking the passing
of one of the "used to be" largest stores
in this part of the country.
The women of the Catholic church
are to have another (Sake, pie and bread
sale next Saturday.
Maj- Robert Dross has taken a posi
tion with the Mutual Life Insurance
company as local agent.
The M. O. Coggins company made
its first advance on cantaloupes Mon
day, paying the growers 50 cents per
crate for standards and jumbos and 25 j
cents for ponys. One grower received
$148 advance on melons shipped from
less than four acres.
Don Guadalupe Ascarate went down
to El Paso this forenoon on business.
The "following guests are registered
at ihotel Don Barnardo: S. E. Beckett
New York; Emll Albert, Chicago; Hall
Williams. El Paso; W. A. Traylor, El
Paso; Manuel De La O. Chihuahua; Jas.
T. Hall and wife. Leopold, N-M-; Edgar
Hall, Anthony, F. B. White, El Paso.
Judge W. A. Henry and wife are here
from Yazoo, Miss., visiting their son,
Claude, of the CampbeH-Henrjr Realty
The southbound train was one hour
late this forenoon.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. John
Carbonier, old time residents of this
place, died of an ailment incurred while
teething. The little one was only seven
Mrs. Troy C. Sexton has, gone to the
mountains to spend a "week.
F. C. Bossyns leaves tonight for Bal
timore, Md., to visit relatives for sev
eral months. -, m i
LlevreHyn T. Ross died Here a victim
of the white plague-. Mr. Ross, who
belonged to the navy, came to Las
Cruces about two months ago from
Louisiana. Ros was only 24 years of
age. John C. Ross, an uncle of the
young man, accompanied the body to
1 COPPER QUEEN CO.
SUED FOR DAMA&ES
Pirst Time in 25 Years It
Has Been Defendant in
Similar Suit Old
Bisbee, Ariz., July 26. For theJrst
time in 25 years, today, the Copper
Queen Consolidated Mining company is
facing trial for damages. The plaintiff
AV. F? Palmer, alleges that he has never
recovered from the effects of injuries
received at the Holbrook shaft by be
ing partially electrocuted and claims an
indemnity of $30,000.
,A considerable volume of water came
rushing down Chihuahua hill from the
big fire tank. The overflow was due to
the fact that a Mexican laborer opened
the Trong valve of the tank misunder
Sam Dabbens, an Italian, found three
pieces of gold believed to be Spanish
doubloons, while digging in his small
garden near Bisbee. The coins are not
well preserved but on one side is plam-
ly visible the figure of St George in
the act of killing the dragon.
In the belief that sne could stop
the flood by enchantment, Mariantonia
Palletta, 'an aged Mexican, stood fori
about 20 minutes under the heavy rain,
her feet upon a rock and her arms
raised, making sounds and gesticula
tions of the strangest nature. She was
taken home b-yj neighbors and it is
feared that she caught pneumonia.
Prompt aoiWn on the part of . C
Hirain saved little Annie Karler trom
being severely burned by the overturn
ing of an oil lamp.
L. Bartlett, who works at the Irish
Mag shaft.had his right arm painfully
injured by a fall of rock.
H. AV. McGee almost fainted when he
san standing on the porch of his house.
Lewis Graham, whom he believed dead
in St Louis, Mo., five years ago.
Word has been received that Custer
brothers, of Iowa, who were here last
winter testing a gold separating ma
chine of their Invention will return to
Bibee next fall. They are confident
that their machine will render the pro
cess of extracting gold very cheap.
Frank L- Merritt, Louis Stringer aad
other parties have had issued by the
Mexican government a patent on a gold
property in Sonorn They Tvill leave
shortly for the ground to start develop
For El Pato and vicinity: Tonight and
For New Mexico: Tonight and Wed
nesday, generally fair.
For West Texas: Tonight and Wed
Highest tempeiature at El-Paso last
24 hours, 96 degrees; lowest last 12
hours, 75 degrees. (Temperature taken
at 6 a. m. Tuesday.) f
D. F. Bucher, division superintendent
of the Mexican National railways at
dhihuahua, came up on hs private car
Special agent AValters of the Santa Fe
is in the city Tuesday.
Company owns a large deposit of monzonite (Poruhvry) copper
Bent (Otero Co.). New Mexico. 12 milc from Tnlnrnw stntfrm -n? i .
pleting the first unit of its concentratiner mill, which will be in operation
by July 1st next.
Issued capitalization 550,000 $5.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
P. P. Kern, President Southern Tron & Equipment Company. Atlanta, Ga.
Consulting: Engineer, H. Vincent Wallace, "Wallace & Sumrcerhayes, 519-20
Trust Bids'., El Paso.
Stock listed on New York Curb. For quotations see Financial Columa
this paper, i
We recommend the above enterprise as an investment of unquestioned
BMBWK."lt:,15Lc?SK I IHVIB6 K. FABRJfc'GTCM CO,,
ttlalBtf Market Lsittn. J Established 1S00. S7-4S Wail St.. Xew 2axk Ctty.
Tuesday, July 26, 1910.
ANGELUS HOTEL BAR
Just around the corner on Mesa.
Have you had an Angelus Fizz?
Coal, Wood and Grain
GEO. C. WIMBERLY, Pass City Fuel Co.
Sll T?xas St Bell 1479; Auto. ISIS.
dr. lee Mcintosh
Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St.
DR. E. W. BRYAN
107 San Antonio St Bell 2737.
DRS. BROAVN" AND GALLOWAY.
Rooms 1. 2, 3, 4, and 5 Coles Bldg.
HERMANS FURNITURE CO.
114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash
ESTHER ALLEN, 3IiIcnrias.
211 St. Louis St Bei 1968
Hats Cleaned and Blocked
Union Hat & Tailor Shop, 207 S. Stanton.
Clothes cleaned, pressed. Both phones.
H. R. BURGER, 205 SoatiEl Pase.
Watch repairing a specialty.
METROPOLITAN RENOAATING CO.
225 South Stanton. Both Phones.
AATE CAN FIX IT SHOP.
347 Myrtle. Bell 515: Auto 1515. Um
brellas "Covered, keys fitted, ruSber tires
for baby carts.
DR. GARL SMITH .
107 San Antonio St Auto 2151v.
EL PASO SEED HOUSE
506 San Antonio. Write for price list
DR. R. A. HIGGINS, 305 S. Oresen.
xiospital for Horses and Dogs.
MAGDALENA HAS TWO
Bakery and Laandry Are Opened: Tito
Couples Married; Anotker Case
o Scarlet Fever.
Magdalena, N. M.r July 26. J. C. Da
vidson of Duran, N. M arrived in Mag
dalena and has' become associated with
the South Camp laundry and says they
intend to put in a modern laundry.
Magdalena has a new case of scarlet
fever, which made its appearance Fri
day night. There are at present sx
cases in town- This last' case is in tne
home of Mrs. Sedillo.
Miss Marie Kimons of Fort Smith.
Arkansas, is visitiner Miss Irene Pender
I of this cUl
The Beker-Maotavish company has
installed a clothing cabinet in the cor-
j ner of the building formerly occupied
I by the postoffice.
G. C- Nickel of Belen, 3s. M., has- open
ed a bakery here. Heretofore all brea 1
used by the markets and private fami
lies, except the home-made, has come
from Albuquerque and Socorro.
It is reported tnat the Germany M n
ing company of Kelly has made a strike
of some rosenjack zinc
Miss Concha Ortega and Fred Seis,
Miss Juanita Baca and Miguel Paralta,
both of Kelly, -were married by Father
Philip Martlnezat the Catholic church.
In the evening a dance was held in
Kelly at the Romero hall to celebrate
CHINAMAN IS REPORTED TO'
HAVE ESCAPED FROM TRAIN
A party of 30 Chinamen passed
jo sSJcqo uj A-Bpjnacs )io 9q qSnoaqa
, united States deputy marshals, and it
j is reported that one of the Orientals
j escaped from the El Paso union st-
liuii iiiii u.1 ixik uccu iirv-ic;ii. xiitr ou
were being deported from San Marcial
to San Francisco, enroute to China. The
story has it that the escaped Chinaman
crawled through a window in the sta
tion toilet rooms while the marshals
were watching the door. There is no
local record of the case, since immi
gration authorities have nothing to do
E. PL Target chief clerk in the office
of superintendent G. S. Waid of the El
Paso division of the G. H., returned
Monday night from a vacation spent at
Walter aGtewood has been employed as
operator by the S. P. and has been as
signed to duty at Tucson.
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You can easily sell it Call Bell 115.
Auto 1115. tell the girl what It-is and
The Herald will sell It- No bother, as
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