Newspaper Page Text
Too Late To Classify.
A LETTER FOR 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
tined: C. B. - Siro
-R 2142 Las Cruces
F. 230S Mr. I- A- Barns
I. C R Motorcycle
M. M.' 20
M. F. 3-8
T. W. " 7467 .
T out Or left in some business house,
iuTr2ie and basket. Finder Please
return same to Jos. Fox. olo S. Ore
Christmas, $55. .,...
HaCord & ColUer,
417 Mesa Ave
ijeil jriioue j-.
no,rT.AC:e ROARD AND
TnT eton St. Phone 1476.
DINING ROOM TABLE and sewing
SacMne for sale. Ill S. SL Train.
For RENT Nicely furnished
.,. im-k?n- norches. ll-o -
gen St. ,
HOISEKEEPER wanted 1115 E. Mo.
1116 N. Oregon (for.) flat. --"$
21S W. Franklin, 10 rooms 60.00
i? -d.averms;:: :::::: flrSo
1116 tt. ALissuui. - '"r" 15.00
si-, Xowman St.. 4 rooms
513 N Campbell, 4 rooms..
411 Willow St., 5 rooms;..-
Hafford & Collier,
Bell Phone 615.
417 Mesa Ave.
-WOtLD LIKE to get interested
sorpe ligbt an--
Zl nait Addresss Box 515.
WiSTED-Man with some capital
Vr1' . , j. t otamp-p and r
Must be a
estate dusiiico a-. . ,.
hustler with cle n record.A b o
snap for the ngm j
seekers need not apply.
P. O. Box 622,3. B.,
El Paso, Texas,
BUY' YOU A HOME.
vo can show you some nice cottages,
cabe bougn? for small cash payment
and balance like rent-
W. F. Payne?
Angelus Hotel Building.
LOST Watch aack1
face and monogram J- M. G. on bacK.
Return to 1311 Myrtle Ave., and receive
5.00 reward. .
FOR BEST 6 room house, 916 Magof
fin Ave. Phone 13S5.
WASTED A single "buggy horse to
keep for its feed; light work in coun
try. Address Dr. Henderson, Clint
KnjCTn.4 JEWELER WASTED
Must be able to do all kinds of .repair
work, engraving and optical. Address
box 332, Carlsbad, N. M.
Tour money invested In valley lands
now will double in a few years. lor
some real bargains see my list.
W. F. Payse,
Angelus Hotel Building.
modern. 1007 N. El Paso SL
FOR RENT 5 room cottage, 505 N.
Stanton. Inquire 501 N. Stanton.
NEW DINING R003I at Lalcota. best
fcome cooking in city. Meals 2oc
Room and board ?7 per week.
GOOD LAND FREE.
Can locate you on good government
land in New Mexico at a nominal cosL
J. C. Roseborouch,
117 N. Stanton SL,
Bell Phone 638; Auto. 163S.
8 room modern house on Wyoming
SL, 1 block north Southwestern
shops. 1 block from car line; store room
on rear can be cut into four bedrooms;
Davisson Realty Co., Owners.
214 Texas SL Room 29.
THE BEST BUY" IN"
THE VALLEY TODAY.
WHO WANTS A SUBURBAN HOME?
Valley home, just 10 acres, 7 miles
down. County road runs through cen
ter of tracL Improvements are as fol
lows: 200 fruit trees, 180 4 year old
Bartlett pear trees, worth...? 500.00
Team, wagon, harness, worth.. 300.00
Pumping plant worth 350.00
2 acres inonions, worth 400.00
Sheds, poultry and Jersey cow,
Tools necessary on place,
15 bearing peach and apple
trees, worth - .1 200.00
Modem house, cost to build... 1700.00
Baled hay on place, worth 250.00
10 acres of land, worth 4000.00
Total conservative value $8000.00
Will sell this between now and Au
gust ls't. for ?4500.
' Georcre Pence,
217 Texas SL
Two nice 4 roonj brick houses near
S. W. shops, and convenient to 'foun
dry, at 112.50 per month. '
Newman & Son, ..
Phone 914. 304 Mesa Ave. "
FOR RENT To healthy, permanent
people, without children or dogs, very
oiose in. 4 rooms and bath cottage, 5
minutes walk to postoffice; just
painted and varnished inside: every
thing clean. Inquire 60S Missouri SL
W4NTED AT ONCE Capable young
lady stenographer; permanent posi
tion for the right party. Apply 523
For Sale Seal Estate.
TWO BARGAINS ON EASY TERMS.
1622 Boulevard, 4 room brick, lot
37xl20. Price only $3000.
811 Mesa Ave.. 5 room brick, only
These properties are becoming more
valuable every day. See them today.
FRANK R. TOBIN. OWNER,
El Paso and Franklin , Sts.
Too Late To Classify.
RIGHT IX THE HEART OF CITY.
"We are authorized to offer for sale
one of the choicest pieces of property
Hn El Paso. Nominal improvements.
This holding has been off the market
for years and is not now supposed to
be for sale. At the price we can de
liver the property more money can be
made on it than -on any similar sized
holding in El Paso. No Information
over phone. Neither will proposition
be discussed with any person whose '
standing or references is not sufficient
guarantee to us that they are able to
handle the deal.
Catitly & Davidson,
211 St Louis St. Both Phones.
BROKEN LASESf Ask Segall.
BEST BUY IX EAST EL PASO.
5 lots in block 96, adjoining Bas
sett's addition, a south front corner on
the car line, gas, water, sewer, elec
tric light and telephone; a sacrifice at
$1375, 1-3 cash, balance 1 and 2 years
Owner needs the money.
1). G. Helncmnn, "07 St. Louis St.
WASTED A girl to do general house
work. 1016 Rio Grande. Auto. 13C9.
FOR RENT 6 room completely newly
furnished home on north side to re
liable and permanent tenant. Inquire
Dr. Cameron,, office over Guarantee
FOR EXCHANGE 2000 acres of land
to exchange for 2 homes. M. A. Goff,
209 SLV Louis St.
A SXAP IX GOVERNMENT HILL.
We will sell you 6 lots on southeast
corner of, block, 1 blocks from car
line for $950 cash. This is the cheapest
property in . Government Hill. Must
be sold quickk.
Henry & Hushes,
30 City Natl. Bank Bldg. Phone 269.
FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall.
WASTED Boy's bicycle; must be in
firstclass condition and cheap. Address
631 Copper SL
NICELY furnished front room, sleep
ing porch, modern apartments, third
floor. Phone 3068. 1116 N. Oregon.
DRESSMAKING and plain sewing.
Mrs. Moss, Crawford Flats. Phone
I EYE TROUBLE? Ask segan.
AN IDEAL H03IE.
We don't know of as good a buy in
the city, a great big beautiful home
and the location the very best. The
lower floor contains in addition to
great broad veranda, a big living
room, dining room and kitchen. There
are 4 cheerful bedchambers, with in
closed sleeping porch. This price in
cludes the home completely furnished I
and . located on -ttlo Grande St- You
know what that is worth. This is
not a cheaply constructed home built
to sell. If you have $2000 cash, you
could not place it to better advantage;
Casidy & Davidson,
211 SL Louis SL Both Phones.
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished cool rooms,
bath, sink, porch. Apply S21 E. Boule
vard. Phone 1550.
F.OR RENT, 1016 MONTANA ST
8 room 2 story brick, $47.50. HAW
KINS BROS. ' i
NEW 5 R003I BRICK BUNGALOW.
south front and only $2S50; terms.
EYEGLASS COMFUKTi Ask Segall.
A. SACRIFICE IN LOTS.
$1375 bUVS 5 50Tlth -rrffni- rrtt-na-r- -J,rv,-
in block 96. East El Paso, fronting on i
--4. iiiw t-ai line, ntrnt a.t tnft nead '
of Montana SL; every city convenience;
i-.a casn. oaiance l and 2 years; actu
ally worth $2000.
B. G. HeLncnian. 207 St. Louis St.
FOR TRADE 3 lots close in on N. Ore
gon SL; will trade for cottage. HAW
NEW S ROOM 2 STORY BRICK, steam
heaL cement porch; will take vacant
lots as part paymenL HAWKINS
BROS. "Homes Our Specialtv."
SUPPOSE YOU HAD BEEN IN THAT
Get your accident insurance todav.
You can pay it monthly.
Henry & Hughes,
30 City Natl. Bank Bldg. Phone 269.
WANTED TO BUY FROM OWNER a
good o or 6 room cottage; must be
bargain for cash. Agents need not an
swer. W. H.t Herald.
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
To buy small fruit and w?PtnWa fa,.
j in the tropics of Mexico. We are sell-
mg scores of them dailj'. Get in on
me ground noor and buy now while
wc ic ia juw, arrange to go on ou
next Anrcfnn p-ot ;:.. .";,,-:..-,
iexenrsfcrn t nr"? l i
until tomorrow act toto Call at
our office and let is explain th
wonderful opportunity- to monev
Bntlcr Land Co., '
N. Stanton SL Nvt Tinnr- -riiv !
-- - ---- ,. .v -Jicimjo
NEED GLASSES? Ask Segall..
WILL YOU 3IAKE US AN OFFER ON
This beautiful east front residence, S
rooms, modern and down to date. Ver
tical grain polished floors, elegant
lighting fixtures, porcelain bath and
lavatory. The rooms are extremely
large, with roomy closets, handsomely
decorated, high class Imported wa'l
paper. This place was built for a
home and money was nbt spared in
the building. If you are looking for a
home this is absolutely the best buy
in the north side residence districL
Cassidy & Davidson, Sole 4 gents
211 SL Louis St. Both Phones.
.MONEY TO LOAN
On approved real estate security. Call
H. W. Broaddus,
216 Texas StreeL
FOUR ROOjI COTTAGE CLOSE IN ON
ARIZONA ST. FOR $2800.
It's a bargain. Better see It; about
$450 cash will handle It, balance $25
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas Sl
YOU WANT A BARGAIN IN A
FIVE ROOM COTTAGE?
)-J!f so see us quick. We have' the
fronrand our price is cut to $3200.
We cafa arrange terms.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas SL
WE CAN SELL YOU A NEW NTt
On Rio Grande St. of 5 large rooms
for $4200, and make terms easy.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas SL
YOU'LL BE SORRY IF YOU DON'T
A 6 room modem red pressed brick
cottage, 2 big porches, south front; lot
60x120 feeL beautiful lawn, trees and
flowers, all for $4500. It's the biggest
snap in the city.
Lone Star Land C
213 Texas St.
RUPTURE CAN BE CURED.
Trusses made to order. Perfect fit
guaranteed; consultation free; ap
pointments by mail. Box 977, El Paso.
60 minutes from the Plaza, El Paso,
40 acres, near the best town south of
Las Cruces, cultivated, fruit and
grapes, 3 room house, worth $100 an
acre. Yours for the ridiculous figure
of $70 per acre. You'll have to hurry,
these snaps are sure getting scarce;
R. C. Bailey Land Co.,
306 Mesa. (Orndorff Hotel Eldg.)
L PASO HERALD
Fl PKI1 RflllNTY HflTF FXCFPT
- imp Mir PRfNNPT ninuif totiifii
r y n usiL r n lusiiu i 9 iiuiii luinLLu
ROOM VR HOUSE
J j S M I J I '
Hotel Argyle Brings $37,500
to George Le Baron.
nm.rr T.oPnrnn has Sold tO EllXil- '
iano Ortuzar the Hotel Argyle prop
erty on East Overland street, for $37,
500. The deal was consummated
Thursday afternoon, William Moeller
acting as agent.
This property, on the south side of
East Overland street, adjoins the Bos
ton store and lies between South Stan
ton street and Broadway, facing on
the alley. It Jias a frontage of 39 .feet
on Overland street and is a three
story store and rooming house brick
building, having at one time been used
salely as a hotel.
ACTIVITY IN THE
Man Moves in From Louis
iana, New Home Com-
dieted New Rail
road. Las Cruces, - M., July 29. J. A.
Townsend has just moved into the val
iov fmm :niith eastern Texas with his
familv and leased the Blattler ranch, i
south of Mesilla Park. Mr. Townsend
is well pleased with what he has seen of
the valley and is pretty sure that he
will make his home here.
Dr. R. E. McBrlde's new home, Alame
da, is now finished and ready for occu
pancy. The dwelling has been thor
oughly remodeled, overhauled and ren
ovated from cellar to garret and made
into one of the most beautiful modern
homes of the valley. The doctor has
been making some preliminary moves
in the way of transfering tents, pump
ing plants, etc., to the new home site
and shortly will move household effects
and family to Alameda.
'Alameda Boulevard macadamizing is
nearlv completed; the grading is all j
done. Rock has been spread over the
surface and a few finishing touches and
a lot &f rolling will make this an ideal
A wedding of interest to the student
fraternity was solemnized yesterday af
ternoon at the Agricultural college, at
the home of the bride's parents. The j
inTitriitinp- nnFrip.s were Miss Eliza- !
betn Oliver and Harry Simpson, botn at- t
taches of the college. Miss Oliver has (
been a stenographer in the agricultural
rtpnartment ior some nine .nu -".
Simpson is manager of the animal hus
bandry department. t
W. W. Cox, M. C. Logan and Harry I
Dillon came down frpm the mountains
yesterday In Mr. Coxs car. 15 miles from
Organ to the Monarch hotel in 53 min
utes. Miss Alice Shepherd, who has been em
ployed as stenographer at the A. and M.
A. college, has taken a position with the
Campbell-Henry Realty Co.
Miss Rich, who has been until recently
employed by the Francis Lester com
pany as stenographer, has taken a sim
ilar posiClr?T sith N. C. ,iVenger.
Sam G. Reynolds of Ei vEiso, one of
the promoters of Uie narrow gage rail
way to connect Mesilla Park and Las
Cruces, in a letter to Isidore Aringo,
another of the nromoters, saj-s the lo
comotive, rails and materials will be
ready for shipment from El Paso td
Las Cruces this week.
VERDICT FOR PITTSBURG
IN THE COUNTY
a x-prflict for S300 in favor ot tne
t.:.lf -rr-ne- railllarsil hi" tl IlirV In-
p"""""- tt0 -- -." -- - - -
the county court Friday in tne case 01
Frank B" St Jhn .nS ' nf
nin- a suit on a contracL The case of
Greer ainst C- H- Graham, a
similar suit then went to trial.
Wolf, the new catcher, will arrive
Friday at 3:50 and will probably catch
Saturday's game. H comes here from
Des Moines, la.
Too Late To Classify.
FINE H03D3 CLOSE IN.
On flnp street, best neighborhood
S3S50 on good terms. If you are look- 1
ing for a home see this.
Kettler Realty Co., 30S Mesa.
This is the season of sore eyes,
caused mostly by the long days and
Intense sunlighL The wearing of prop
erly fitted glasses is better than
wearing colored glasses or filling the
eyes full of "dope," which cannot fail
to Injure the nerves and muscles.
Wear RIGHT lenses and your eyes will
never be sore.
Geo. D. Kendall,
208 Mesa Ave., Makes Glasses RighL
$3200 buys a practically new 5 room
pressed brick, south fronL on north
side. This is the cheapest thing in the
32ayfleld Realty Co.
WANT TO BUY $1000
"Worth of Texas Fibre Machine Mfg.
Co. stock for one of our customers.
Bailey Land Co., 30G Mea.
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.
Thf Great Tcxns R.ealtv Co..
.T. H. Fist- M-r. A
VENDOR LIEN NOTES FOR SALE.
Kctiler Realty Co., Phone 52.
EL PASO LODGE, NO. 130, A. F. & A. 31.
as Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Ar& Wednesdays of each month.
g- L. E. Gillett. W.
5? E. W. S. Neff, Secy.
Masonic Relief Board 106
Ave.: hours 10 a- m to 12 m.
Called meeting Friday, July
1910 S p. m. Third degree.
A. fc A. S. RITE OF- FKEE MASONRY.'
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. HtteCnllonsrh. Secy.
SISLECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL liltPTHERH'JOD HALL,
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
Vote From Vinton Is Un
known, as the Boxes Were
Closed and Sealed Count
to Be Made Saturday.
All returns with the exception of the .
votes cast at Vinton in precinct 27 j
have been received oy county Demo
cratic chairman W. E. Ware. The fig
ures show that J. E. Rainer, a candidate
for reelection to the office of county
supervisor of public instruction, 4 led
the ticket, polling 3261 votes while Cruz
Ortiz, who was ambitious to become con
stable of precinct No. 1, was snowed un
der and when the count was made had
only 127 votes to his, credit.
Hall was tlie strorfeest opponent the
"ring" had in its primary fight, and,
though he looked strong at times, he
never developed sufficient strength to
prove exceedingly dangerous. Mon
toya's life had been feared for but. he
came out with flying colors when the
Mexican nrecincts had counted up the
r votes cast there.
Saturday afternoon the Democratic
county committee will go over the re
make theturns and compare them with
turns and compare them with
man and make the official announce
ment of the returns.
The 42 votes cast at Vinton will prob
ably be counted but they will not change
the status of the vote.
Following Is the vote for El Paso of
ficials as cast in "27 of the 2S precincts:
Fof state senator
C. B. Hudspeth 2976
For Representative ' N
W. C. McGown 3088
For District Attorney
J. M. Nealou 2038
W. D. Howe 1139
For District Clerk
1 Aflderete 2299
6. M. Tally 937
Ior County Judge
A. S. J. Eylar ."3240
Fcr County Clerk . '
Park W. Pitman 3203
For County Attorney
" W. W. Bridgers 3203
For County Assessor
G. W. Huffman 3215
! For County Treasurer
C. E. Kelly 3146
F. J. Hall . 160S
P. J. Edwards 1875
For County Tax Collector
Geo. Harper 3234
For County School Superintendent -
J. E. Rainer 3261
For County Surveyor
J. W. Eubank 3249
For County Commissioner, Prect. No 1.
James Clifford 2739
For Justice of Peace, Prect. No. 1
E. B. McClintock 2350
T TIT TTTn f f An Q K
h: f: sta4- ..;v.:;v.v.v.:::..., 983
For Constable, Precinct No. 1-v j
lrUiS KJILI. ..................... -i-
W. A. Mitchell r.1064
! Domingo Montoya
, B Vare
PreciiiQt No. 2
J. J Smith ...
Precinct No. 3
Precinct No. 4
T. D. Love
Parents Live at Las Cruces.
Posses Search for Hotel
Socorro, X. M., July 29. Frank Con
way, alias Schmidt, '.and another man,
whose name is yet unknown, but who
he called Sam, cannot be found, follow
ing the shooting of Emil Katzenstein
here lat night about S:30 outside the
The two missing men were employed
at the hotel as cook and dishwasher.
Katzenstein was 22 years old and had
lived here 16 years. The trouble was
over a girl, It is said.
Two wounds were Inflicted, one pass
ing through the lapel of the coat Into
the body and the other entering at the
lower edge of the hearL Deceased lived
about 30 minutes. '
Several posses are out scouring the
country. Governor, Mills is sending
four rangers here. Rewards are of
fered for the apprehension of the two
Conway is x five feet eight inches,
weighs about 160 pounds and is an ex
army man, elongated features and
facial nervousness. He is about 33.
Sheriff Hall at El Paso and all. peace
officers In a radius of 200 miles have
Katzenstein's parents live at Las Cru
ces. TAX ON MAYORS-ELECT.
Tyler, Tex., July 29. Marlln was se
lected as the next place of meeting of
the Texas Mayors' association here to
day and officers elected as follows:
W. D. Davis, Fort -Worth, presldentr
Dr. Greer, Arlington secretary; Dr.
Henthorn, Loraine, first vice president;
mayor Hazell, of San Angelo, second
isi killed si
MONEY AND METALS.
New York Ctuotatlons.
(By Associated Press.J
' New York, July 29. Call money
Prime mercantile paper, 56 per
cenL Clonlns: Quotation Today.
Bar silver. 53.
Desilverized lead, $4.454.50. f
Copper, standard spoi, ..ii-.-,
; cjepi., i4.vv..on.
Spelter (SL Louis quotation; o.uv
Mexican dollars. 44c.
Crirrent Smelter Quotaiioa.
E1 Paso Smsiter.)
Bar silver 53 4
Copper (wire liars? 12
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12
Lead (London sales prices). 12, slO, dO
Lead (New Yorlc saxes prices) $4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining JournaL
Bar silver 54.17
(By Special Wire to The Herald fron
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Colo. Fuel & Iron
M.. K. & T
Mo. Pac o-
Rock Island 29
Southern Pac 110.
Union Pac 159
U. S. Steel, com ..?. 67 ?i
New York Curb. Close.
(Special from Irving K. Farrington &
Co.. New York.)
Cons. Ariz 1 i
Ely Central 13-16
Ely Cons 23c
Giroux 6 7-16"
Greene Cananea 6
Inspiration 6 15-16
Ray Central .
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire 10 The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Calumet & Ariz.
Copper Range -
Nevada con ". .
North Butte -3
Old Dominion 33
Sup. & Boston Ss
Sup. & Pittsburg 10
U. S. Smelters, com 36
Utah Con 22
Utah Copper 44
. UNLISTED STOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.;
Cal. & Montana v
Chino Cop. Co .-.
Cordova, pt pd
I Cordova, full pd li
n 1 uvnn-Ai 1. -
Goldfield Con S o-lGl
; Inspiration Cop 6 5-16
Live Oak Dev 16
Mason Valley , 6-
Nat. Mng. Exp iSc
New Keystone 3
Ohio Copper 1 5-1G
Pinto Copper loc
Ray Central 23 1-6
Ray Consolidated 174, 1
j tian Antonio, pt pa oi
Superior & Globe, pt pd 20c
G-rain and Provisions.
Cnlcaso Grain. Close.
Sept $1.02 1.02TS
Dec 1.04 U 1.043
Sept '. 36
Dec 3S 3Si
Chicago Ir-Tliuns. Close.
Sept $11.57 11.60
Ne-iv York Market.
New York, July 29. There is
excitement in cotton and with
indications of a squeeze. Opening
lower, but only 5 to 8 points, the trend
was slow for most of the session. July
broke badly, losing 60 points during
the first half of the session, which
constituted a spread between the high
and low figures of the day. The spot
division was quiet and tra.de small. All
spot centers were dull with a small
turnover reported. The weather is
still dry and the temperature higher
in the southwesL There is nothing
in the news from the east that is en
couraging. Liverpool Prices.
Liverpool. Eng.. July 29. Spot busi
ness in the local cotton market today
is rather dull, sales amounting to 4000
bales, of which 3400 bales were Am
erican account. Imports 7000 bales,
of which 1S00 were American cotton.
Prices ruled steady, an advance of six
English points, or S.16d for American
The future market opened steady,
two to four English points lower. At
12:30 p. in. it was steady, three to six
points lower than the close of. the pre
vious day. The market ruled steady
throughout the entlri- session. The
market is closed tomorrow and Sun
da v on account of a bank holiday.
New Orleans Market.
New Orleans, La., July 29. Reports
from the foreign markets indicate that
there is little uneasiness in trad" to
day and the prices are dull in all
divisions. The opening was fraction
ally lower here and ruled dull. Little
is expected now until July is out of
Galveston, Tex.. July 29. Spot c?t
ton steady and unchanged; middling..
14 $3 c, today's sales, none.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT
Hnnsan City Livestock. Cloo-
Kansas City, Mo., July 29. Cattle
Receipts 4000, including 2000 south
erns; weak. Native steers, 54.50 8.00:
southern steers,. $3.505.25; southern
cows. $2.504.00; native cows and
heifers $2.25 6.50, stockers and feed
ers, $2.755.00; bulls, $3.004.25;
calves, $4.007.50; western steers,
$4.257.00; western steers, $4.25g7.00;
western cows. $2.o0o.00.
Hogs Receipts 5000; 3
bulk, $S.20S.60; heavy,
packers and butchers,
5 10c lower,
Sheep Receipts 4000; steady. Mut
tons, $3.754.25; lambs. $G.757.25:
fed wethers and yearlings, $3.755.00;
fed western ewes, $3.00 4.00.
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago, 111., July 29. Cattle Re
ceipts 3500; weak. Beeves, $4.70
8.20; Texas steers. $3.505.50; western
steers, $4.75 6.60; stockers and feed
ers. $4.006.25; cows and heifers, $2.50
(85.25; calves. $6.50S-75.
Hogs Receipts 18.000; slow, 10c
lower. LighL $8.508.85; mixed, $8.15
8.70; heavv, $7.S08.60; rough, $7.80
8.10; good to choice heavy, $8.10
8.30; pigs, $S.508.90; bulk, $S.35
western, $4.75 7.60.
Fort Worth Livestock. Clone.
Fort Worth. Tex.. July 29. Cattle
Receipts 2000; hogs 200. Steers steady.
tops $4.40; cows steady, $3.50; calves
Hogs Lower, $8.87.
St. Lut- WoJ. Close
st. Louis. Mo., July 29. Wool steady.
Tirritorv and western mediums. 1S(8
23c; fine" mediums, 1618c; fine. 1214c
Four of the Members Are
Angered by Action of
' Council Thursday.
The city fire commission has re
signed In a huff because the recom
manlation of the commission that Dan
Kelly be appointed fire marshal was
turned down by the council Thursday.
As soon as the recommendation of
the fire commission was turned down,
alderman Clayton proposed the name
6f Henry F- Raynaud, a brotherinlaw
of Lamar Davis, for the position of
fire, marshal. No action was taken on
the suggestion, but mayor Robinson
stated Friday morning that Raynaud
would probably be appointed.
The members of the fire commission
say that If 'they are to be merely fig
ureheads and to have no realpower,
it is best that they resign. Tnis was
the conclusion they came to Thursday
after they had heard of the council's
nr-Hr.N. and their resignations were
handed to the mayor late Thursday af-
ternoon. xne coranuaajuueta wuu As
signed are Frank Powers, W. T. Hix-
son, C: C. Kiefer, M. C. Edwards. Judge
F. Edwards, the fifth member of
the commission. Is out of the city ana
he Is the- only one who did not offer
his resignation to the mayor.
W. T. Hixson, Iv member of the com- ,
mission, said Friday that since the
fire commissioners were not In poli-
tics, they had qulL "We selected
Kellv from among the long list of
I applicants as the best man for the
RKICIIQ liil 1
ISL4JIUHU isi n m
place." he said. "Reynaud's name svas vLuor.
among the others who were applicants Senftor - harper is authority for
for the position, but we selected Kelly thf TT ,1 t C0' H
and made our recommendation f the m" "f the cJloa oC a
:i , ofr. T5, ,n ' ne dormitory at the Agricultural and
council to that effecL The council , Mechanical collPge. The cole sollcit.
had asked us to name a man and we ( ed a fund of noo 000 .hich m bft
did. When the recommendation was plIed for the d)rmltorr.
turned down there was nothing for us , Alexander's antl-prlze fight moving
to do but to quit." ) picture bill passed to engrossmenL
Another fire commission will be Bills for retiring state bonds were
appointed by the mayor. He said that . introduced in the senate by Ward, Stur
he had the appointment of a new com- j geon and Willacy.
mission under advisement and would ; The senate received the house resolu
announce the men who would compose J lution for the appointment of a com
it later. J inittee to investigate the slush fund
Dan Kelly is an old timer, a pioneer, charges. The resolution was referred to
and the fire commission are all pio
neers. He recently failed In business.
The aldermen held that he is too old
for the position and. besides, they only
recently appointed his partner, C. W.
Fassett. as city clerk.
T. P. CHANGES TIMS
OP DEPABTU&E HEEE
jtfew Time Table Becomes
Effective Sunday jSFo
Time table No. 73 has just been is-
S sued by the G. H., applicable 10 the El
Paso division of the G. H. and the Tex
as and Pacific between El Paso and
Sierra Blanca. The "her; tkne table be
comes effective, Sunday. July 31 at 12:01
oclock central time or 11:01 local time.
The only change In arrivals or "depart
ure of trains locally will be that the
wni oe mat tne
r, , t, .,, -r,.m
p. m. instead ot at
Texas and Pacific tra
leave El Paso at 6:30
l 5:20 p. m. as at present.
William Lomax. -who has been here
for the past year as a grading con
tractor, will leave Friday evening ac
companied by his family for Chicago,
where he will make his home.
Peach Ice cream delivered after sap
per. Phone the Elite.
TULAROSA COPPER GO,
Company owns a large deposit of monzonite (Poruhvry) copper at
Bent (Otero Co.). Nevr Mexico. 12 milnc from Tnlnrosa station, nnrl ik nrvm-
pletine the first unit of its concentrating- mill, which will be in operation
by Jmj' 1st next.
Issued capitalization 550,000 $5.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
F. P. Kern, President Southern Tron & Equipment Company. Atlanta, Ga.
Consulting- Engineer. H. Vincent Wallace, Wallace & Sumrnerhaves. 519-20
Trust Bldg-., El Paso.
Stock listed on New York Curb. For quotations see Financial Column
; We recommend the above enterprise as an Investment of unquestioned
Oar 10 vs.sk book, entitled "THE COPPER I JSiflr? ir -"fJrifMvrtnM o
t 6CRAP BOOIC." on retjuesL Also Wecily
Mining Market Lstttt.
ANGELUS HOTEL BAR
Just around the corner on Mesa.
Have you had an Angelus Fizz?
Coal, Wood and Grain
GEO. C. AVIMBERLY, Pass City Fuel Ce.
811 Texas St. Bell 1479; Auto. 1S18.
DR. LEE McINTOSH
Painless Dentist- 211 San Antonio SL
DR. E. W. BRYAN
107 San Antonio Sl Bell
DRS. BROWN AND GALLOWAY.
Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Coles Bldj
HERMANS FURNITURE CO.
114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash
ESTHER ALLEN, Manlcurlnjc.
211 SL Louis St. Bell 1968
Hats'Cleaned and Blocked
Union Hat & Tailor Shop, 207 -S. Stanton.
Clothes cleaned, pressed. Both phones.
H. R. BURGER. 20.1 South 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 SL Auto 2151.
EL PASO SEED HOUSE
506 San Antonio. Write for price list.
DR. R. A. HIGGINS, 305 S. Otcs.
Hospital for Horses and Dogs.
Making Effort to Kill It A.
& M. College May Get
. Dormitory .
TEXAS TO DRAW ,
LINE ON PICTURES.
Austin, Texas, July -9. By a
viva-voce vote the lower house
of the legislature yesterday
passed to a third reading a bill
prohibiting the exhibition m
Texas Qf moving pictures of the
An amendment prohibiting pic
tures of train robberies and sim
ilar things Vas also adopted.
Austin, Tex., July 29. That the anti
discriminating clause of the new In
surance measure Is favored by the com
mittee, is indicated by a line of ques
tioning used by Cureton when W- H.
Cfs r ff lno ln fkTp- a .o-f nv 3 Tt ?
. tfce Quse azxe co'mmittee today
when It began its hearing on the bills
of Terrell, of Bexar and Careton. There
are few essential differences in the bills
and It is proposed by the committee to
agree on the salient points, framing
a measure containing the best features
Stacy testified that before the pres-
: ent rating llaw.his companies took risks
j at what they could get and the large
, insurer naturally had the advantage.
j The senate went into executive session
, w wasiuer me appointments 01 tne gov-
the committee on privileges and elec
tions. It Is very uncertain, what the sen
ate will do In the matter.
Two bills were Introduced in the sen
ate to provide for the retirement of
two bonds due on July, 1909, by the Is
suance of new bonds.
The anti-prize fight picture bill bars
lewd, obscene and immoral pictures,
hangincrs. mobs, murders and makes it
a felony for county officers not enforc
The senate adjourned until Monday.
It Is reported that alleged fraud i
primary elections at San Antonio and
Austin will be investigated.
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Saturday fair.
For New Mexico: Partly cloudy, with
local thunderstorms north portion to
night and Saturday.
For West Texas: Tonierht fair, cool-
; , . . . ,, . . ,,
I r n the Panhandle; Saturdaj- generally
ir, oler in northeast portion,
Highest temperature at EI Paso last
24 hours. S5 degrees; lowest last 1.J
hours, 73 degrees.
Temperature taken 6 a, m. Friday.
Cloudcroft. N. M July 29. Weather
for the past 24 hours, partly cloud' .
light east wlnil. Maximum temperature,
75; minimum, 65 Rain between 10 30 a.
m. and noon. Precipitation, .11 inches.
Afccu? 9S Miles from EI
Paso on site El Paso &
NcrJXreasfera R. R.
inSSHU ft. rAnr.JfcUIUK O. by.,
ijsiabl.ai ed IGoo. 37 45 W oA St.. .evr Yor Otty.
July 29, 1910.
FIGHT .HEW LI