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Too Late To Classify.
A LETTER FOK YOU.
Replies sent in care ot The Herald
office were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for nor
later than one week after being bulle-
B. 2142 T. W.
B w . 1.
91 '. W. H.
6 Mr. I. A. Barns
n T? 162
ICK BOXES FOR SALE COEAP-Two
large ones suitable for ' S"g meat
market. Hermans. 114 S. btanton.
EYEGLASS COaiFOitT; Ask Segall.
FORltEXT to healthy, permanent peo
Je without children or dogs 4 rooms
ill bath cottage; very close in. o min
utes walk to postoffice; just painted
and vanished inside; everything clean.
Inquire 60S Missouri St.
-.'0 PER 3IONTH
Will buy a home.
McKcnncy Realty Co.,
Room 9 Buckler Block.
onH bath, red pressea
brick (a dandy) "
brick (a danayj - -is no
4 room and bath, f rame . ... -..... !
5 romis red pressed brick, (e qq
SSbf "bougYit on monthly 'payments.
Ask us. . rn
McKcnncy Realty Co.,
Room 9 Buckler Block.
LIST YOUR FOR K'T PROPERTY
El Paso Rental Agency, ,-c
Room 9 BucklerBlock. Bell Phone 4.8.
IF YOU WAST TO REXT
El Paso Rental Agency,
Room 9, BncWciJBloctBellhoneJ.
: , . -r fiwvr.V.
Room 9 Buckler block, collects rents
-. . -..- -r VMP.VTS
A HOME OXbAaix---
$150 down, balance ;- " "0n 2
new modern 6 room brick . on. I
fuM souui ""; """ of"a purchase
purchase ir?t uraa the teelins
from doing so is as "" - vOU
plysical and financial tomCk as
could use. i-"i",t"flel y Do it now.
with us. and don t aeiaj-
Casiidy & Davidson,
211 St- Louis St.
, --nr TiliY V REAL SXAP?
Vasiu? - -"""" '
211 St. iiouis-
xbwTUKX THIS OVER IX YOUR
Tt will pav vou to look into this
It win P- - . t market
proposition if u 2 storv 7 room
for a home A modern - sz -soutn
us for particulars; terms.
us ii f Caidy & TJa-rfdson,
211 St. Louis St.
iFiFlVLIST FOlTcUKES-15 More
EYE TROUBLE? AsK gegan.
ni-vn T. TlY
ilth best references wishes positionn
office as cashier or ticket seller. Ad
dress "H.," this office.
For Sale Heal Estate.
HERE ARE SOME GOOD BUYS THAT
IT Si l FAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE.
5 ROOM COTTAGE ON CALIFORNIA
This is a beautiful place of 5 large
rooms, south front on one and onehalf
lots. terraced, large porches. red
pressed brick and finished throughout
in the very best style. If you want one
of the best buys on this street
let us show you this. Price $3200.
terms If desired. TIDCrv
HERE IS A GOOD ONE OX UPSOX
In the 600 block, close in. This is a
5 room red pressed brick cottage, south
front, lot and half and if you want a
bargain you will not pass this by at
the price of $4400. Part cash and the
balance terms. ,.,,,,.-.,
NEW 0 ROOM COTTAGE, XEVER
This cottage is situated on N. Kan
sas St.. east front, 39x122 feet. One
of the best views in the city and It
you will inspect this house throughout
ou will agree with us that there is
no better finished house in the entire
cit. The dining-room has beamed
ceilings and paneled walls, finished
mission style, extra large front and
back porches, buffet and china cabinet,
plenty of- closets, beautiful mantei.
Price only $5000; terms.
A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY IN
We have a tract of 800 acres near
Mesquite, raw land but good soil, all
6lgned up under Elephant Butte pro
ject that we can sell at an attractive
price, but the whole tract must be sold
togther. This can be put Tip and sold
in small tracts at a good profit. If
-vou are interested in a money making
proposition see us at once for further
NDERSON-BEXNETT REALTY CO.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell ,491; Auto. 17 6S.
And read the following list of bar
gains: VACANT PROPERTY. .
3 lots Montana St., Bassett addition.
Building site on Arizona St, at
N. Kansas St. building site. $1350.
2 lots. Montana SL, $4500.
6 room east front bungalow finished
In the most modern manner. The price
has been cut from $4750 to $4500 for
S 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 $ie market.
C 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,
W. F. PAYNE,
Angelus Hotel Building. Phone 1250.
Too Late To Classify.
ASK LS IF YOU 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. X. M.
1116 N. Oregon (fur.) ilat, 6 R $55.00
21S W. Franklin. 10 rooms 60.00
1413 Nevada St., 5 rooms 27.50
1116 E. Missouri, 4 rooms 18.00
513 Newman St., 4 rooms 15.00
513 N. Campbell, 4 rooms 16.00
411 Willow St., 5 rooms 22.50
HnCord & Collier,
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
UPPER VALLEY LA XL).
We have 225 acres of land 1 miles
from Canutillo bridge, partially under
cultivation, that we are offering at 60
per acre. Also 250 acres in same lo
cality; no part in cultivation, at $50.
We will give reasonable terms and sell
all or any part of either tract.
Mnple $: Co.,
209 Mesa Avenue.
GOOD LAXD FREE.
Can locate you on good government
land in New Mexico at a nominal cost.
J. C. RohCboroKgh,
117 N. Stanton St,
Bell Phone 63S; Auto. 1638.
FAR3IS WILL BE FORTUNES in the
upper valley within a very short time.
Write us what size you want. We
Gumm & Wood,
Valley Land Specialists.
Chamberino. N. M.
NEWLY FURNISHED very desirable
rooms for light housekeeping. Over
Bank of Commerce. Phone 2361.
COOLEST, CLEANEST newly furnished
rooms. Avalon, over Ryan's Drug
WANTED Girl for housework and
cooking; family of 3 and small 'house
in Grand View. Call Bell 2726.
FOR SALE Good No. 6 Remington
typewriter, $25. Write T. R., Herald.
"WANTED Refined gentleman Xo
board and room in private family.
1409 E. Boulevard.
PRACTICAL NURSE with experience
in tuberculosis, desires position. Ad
dress Nurse, care Herald.
FOR REXT Elegantly furnished six
room cottage. Apply 1411 E. Boule
vard. HAVEN'T GOT IT WE DON'T SAY
that. We get what you want in upper
valley land. Just tell us, we get it,
Gumm & Wood,
Valley Land Specialists.
Chamberino. N. M.
FOR RENT BY HAWKINS BROS.
6 R. bick, 1109 Nevada $35.00
3 R. brick, 619 N. Campbell 15.00
3 R. brick, 1S09 Rio Grande 15.00
4 R. brick, 1S06 Overland 19.00
4 R. brick, 1905 Boulevard 1S.00
5 R. brick, 1221 "Wyoming 27.50
6 R. brick, 1716 Boulevard 27.50
5 R. brick, 1016 Montana 47.50
4 R. (nice fiat) 1214 Boulevard, v
(ground floor) 25.00
6 R. brick, 2109 Myrtle 25.00
$100 DOA-X AND $25 A MONTH
Will buy a new and modern 4 room
brick cottage. $2500. HAWKINS
A SNAP OX BOULEVARD 5 room red
pressed brick, cut to $3250. HAWKINS
MORE 5 AX'D 6 ROOM HOUSES
WANTED We have some cash cus
tomers. HAWKINS BROS.
FOR TRADE 3 room frame in High
land Park: will trade for vacant lots
same addition. HAWKINS BROS.
WIDOW Capable and experienced
wishing to buj rooming house, wants
financial aid from gentleman .willing
to take, interest in same or will give
security. W. R. H.
WANTED White woman. general
housework; family of 3. 1315 Montana.
GOOD WHITE COOK "WANTED at
WANTED Man to build 300 or 400
yards of barb wire fence. Apply Dr.
YARD EGGS WANTED at the Baldwin
FOR REXT One new 6 room brick
house in Highland Park on car line;
has fence and stables. Price $25 par
mo. Phone 1757. I
FOR RENT A 4 room completely fur
nished cottage; all modern conveni
ences. 90S E. Missouri St.
WANTED Firstclass cabinet makers;
must have tools. Call 31S S. El Paso.
WILL DO PLAIN SEWING Call Bell
phone 1246. Address 124 Rivera St
East El Paso.
FOR REXT Modern 4 rodm fiat close
in; veri' desirable. Apply 709 N St.
OEflCES FOR REXT Suite of 5 ele
gant front offices in new Herald
building, on second floor. Front on
plaza and San Francisco St. Suitable
for large ilrm or corporation. Terms,
etc., on application to Agent, Herald
Building, room 326.
THESE SHOI'L!) TEMPT
40 acres all in cultivation, in al
falfa, 400 bearing grape vines, 50 bear
ing fruit trees (assorted), 3 room
adobe house. Price $70 per acre, good
TO A'CRES ALL IX CULTIVATION
Excepting a beautaful cottonwood
grove -of about an acre and a half, 45
acres firstclass alfe-lfa, small house
and outbuildings. Price $100 per acre,
$1000 down, balance one to six years.
Both above tracts located close to La
Mesa, 30 miles north of El Paso. A
town of 500, good schools, churches,
SO ACRES IS MILES NORTH
Of El Paso, Ip the La Union country,
level and strictly firstclass bottom soil,
50 acres practically clear. Price $45
per acre. This soil cannot be beat
R. C. Bailey Land Co.,
306 Mesa (Orndorff Hotel Building.)
GOOD 5 ROOM PRESSED BRICK
Cottage, south front walking distance
north side, $3250. No information re
garding this over phone.
Be Shazo Realty Co.,
Phone 265. Suite S, Stevens Bldg.
GOVERNMENT HILL SXAP.
Four southeast corner lots, close to
Wingo's fine home. None better in the
addition. Only $550 cash if sold at
D. G. Helnemnn. 207 St. Louis St.
For the best buys in the upper val
D. G. Heineraan, 207 St. Louis St.
$1100 will buy 4 corner lots in block
96, East El Paso, at the head of Mon
tana St. adjoining Bassett's addition;
every city convenience. Only 1-3 cash,
balance 1 and 2 years; worth $1600.
D. G. Hein,enian. 207 St. Louis St.
A BEAUTY AX'D A JOY" FOREVER.
It's an 8 room 2 story cream brick
located on fine corner; nice garage
and all improvements firstclass; noth
ing like it in El Paso for less than
$S000. Our price only $6000; attractive
MathcviK fc Dy.er.
THE BIG RAISE will soon be on in val
ley land. Get in now before the raise
comes. Let us tell you what we have.
Gumm & Wood,
Valley Land Specialists.
Chamberino, N. M-
EL PASO HERALD
fill WlfSCsV VyJ3!?f r O nlr)
aim AND LEAVES
Is Wanted at Socorro on a
Murder Charge Se
ward Is Offered.
Rincon, N. M., Aug. 2. Frank
Schmidt, alias Conway, when last seen,
was in very hardstraits and also hun
gry. He remained for a short while
at a flag station between Sam Marcial
and Engle, and while there sold a 3S
double action pistol, the one which had
been in Johnson's possession, to An
tonio Gutierrez, for $1, after which he
bought some lunch and slept in one of
the shanties there. The story of the
murder was unknown there. It is
thought that the man Is making for a
point west of Rincon and towards
Schmidt had a black and blue mark
on his face. He is wearing a dark
ccat, light shirt, a cheap pair of cot
ton or thin material trousers, and
above the knees the legs of the trous
ers are grease stained. He has white
canvas shoes, very muddy and show
ing some wear.
Sheriff Sanchez, of Socorro, has of
fered a reward for the' capture of Con
way. SPANISH PRITCSTS PREACH
AGAINST GOVERNMENT POLICY
Bilboa, Spain, Aug. 2. Roman Catho
lic priests throughout the Biscayan
provinces of Spain preached violent ser
mons yesterday on the policy of the gov
pmTrrftnt in thp conflict with Rome.
Preparations for a great Catholic dem-
enstratlon against the government on
August 17 are being continued in spite
of the declaration of the government
that no demonstrations which threaten
disorders will be allowed. 5
Too Late To Classify.
AVE HAVE THE BIGGEST SXAP IX
THE CITY IX A BUILDING SITE.
It's 2 lots on Nevada St. for $1500:
close in. terraced, fine and sightly,
beautiful location for a home. See us
quick. We are sole agents and are
going to sell them.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
-t- iv A XT 0E OF THE HAXD-
! SOMEST BUNGALOWS IN THE CITY?
-rit 1,0 tinrt 5Af US SIJOI1. i
j.1 3U .. "'"".- tI
have a perfect gem we c uumS
j e o;n- cnur h trnnL suienuiui onu
1 ated and 'our terms are ?500 cash, bal
j ance ?50 per month.
Lone star i-anu --.,
213 Texas St.
S4.-.00 BUYS A WHALE OF A BARGAIN
rk-v- nin fiTlAVrsE ST.
I ,.. tj..., .itfop-t nf fi larsre
rooms, large closets, 2 magnificent
norches. oeautiiui i.wi., fc . .,
land floVers: lot 6010 leet, south
front, irnce ua- uvu -. -
We can arrange terms.
, Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas SL
4 room furnished cottage
4 room cottage. Boulevard
6 room cottage. Stewart St...
N Lion Star Lnnd Co.,
213 Texas St.
YOUNG MAN. good reference wants
work; would prefer night work. Ad-
dress H 76. care Herald.
OWING TO VACANCIES made by the
vacating of the Toltec club firstclass
rooms and baths can be obtained at
Hotel I. -K- Francis.
FOR. REXT Nice 7 room house, mod-
ern. large yaru. aimuc c, - . -cellent
location on Prospect Ave.,
within walking distance of business
center, pnone oooiou.
CIIVMBERMAID WANTED 1115 East
WANTED Window trimmer and card
writer capable of taking charge dress
goods and silks. Apply P. O. box 412.
Albuquerque. .. -n.
-r. cue XTn in Rpminsrton tVD-
writer, same as new; special bargain.
J. AL. tenon. .it nunc J.1V-L.
FOR SALE A small piece of Inside
business property at a bargain. G. T.
Co.. P. O. box 206
WTILU BUY $1000 VENDOR UIElC note
rm El Paso property. G. T. Co., P. O.
"WANTED An active member with
$2000 in established business. Answer
F. E., Herald.
FOR REXT 5 room cottage with bath
and all modern conveniences. 71S N.
Ochoa St. Newman Investment Co.
EL PASO LODGE. NO. 130, A. F. &A.M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
L. E. Gillett. W. M.
e "Sar &. w. a. iseit, secy.
Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.: hours 10 a. m to 12 m.
A. & A. S. KITE OF- PltEE MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. H. McCnlloiiRh. Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL.
EVERY" SATURDAY' NIGHT
- IN VATICAN FIGT
Gives Aid to Government.
Issues Statement Vat
Madrid, Spain, Aug. 2. Imparclal,
which hitherto has been unfriendly to
premier Canalejas today rar.ges itself
on the side of the government in the
pending conflict with tne Vatican.
Imparclal says: "we are faithful
members of the Roman Catholic church
but we always have regarded the issue
not as a religious one, but as a national
problem involving the independence of
the civil power. Not Spain, dux the
Vatican, has created the present situa
tion." PEEVIAEIES TO
(Continued From Page One.)
nomination on the Republican ticket
on "Insurgent" and "StandpaU issues.
NAME STATE DELEGATES
Select Xcw County Chairman and Sec
retary and Endorse ihe Tnft
Mar fa, Texas, Aug. 2. At the Presidio
county Republican convention hela here
W. W. Bogel and O. L. Niccolls were
elected delegates to the state conven
tion. They were instructed to vote for
the separation of the state executive
committeemen from the national com
mitteemen but received no other in
structions. W. P. Murphy was elected
county chairman and Samuel Hinsley
elected secretary for the ensuing two
years. The Taft administration was en
dorsed. ENDORSEMEXT IS FOR
Des Moines, Iowa, Aug. 2. President
Taft will not be ignored in the platform
of the Republican state convention
which will be held here Wednesday. His
administration will be endorsed, to
quote roughly "Insofar as it has,-carried
out the pledges in the national platform
of 190S." This was determined upon at
a meeting of leaders. Among those
present was "Joe" Lane, of Davenport.
George C. Curtis, of Clinton, who will
represent the second district on the
platform committee. -y
BRYAN STILL OPTIMISTIC:
SAYS TAFT IS STRONG
Topeka, Kans., Aug. 2. "I believe the
Democrats have a good chance for a
majority in the houst- next session of
congress," said William J. Bryan in an
interview here en route "to Eureka, Kan
has, to fi-K a Chautauqua date. "I am
firm in my belief that William Howard
Taft will be the next Republican candi
date for president, but who, the Demo
cratic candidate win be is "hard to de
termine at present. There is no dearth
of Democratic timber but the choice ot
a leader will be determined largely by
the actions of the next congress."
(Continued from Page One.)
woman. Then we discovered that the
labels had been taken from all their
clothes, that the lining had been torn
from the younger Robinson's hat and
soon Capt. Kendall was convinced that
he had the much sought fugitive on
Albert Smith, the dining room steward,
told how Crippen line? maneuvered to
keep Miss Leueve seated by him at the
table. He said Crippen had asked for
two seats at the catain's table, side by
side, and next to the wall so that no
one could sit beside Miss Leneve other"
"My boy is a little deaf," he told the
steAvard and after some argument suc
ceeded in getting the desired seats. In
this way he prevented any passengers
from engaging the Srl in conversation
at the table and betraying her sex by
ber voice. (Crippen was careful not to
reveal much of his past history.
RECLAMATION ENGINEERS WILL
REACH EL PASO IN THE FALL
The board of army engineers which
is now making an inspection of the re
clamation projects of t'he west and
southwest, will not reach El Paso un
til fall. The army board has left
Washington, D. C. but will go to the
northwest and complete the inspec
tions there before coming to the south
west and California. Director F. H.
Newell will accompany the army en
gineers on this inspection trip, which
is being made to all the reclamation
BIDS FOR POSTOFFICE
OPENED IN WASHINGTON
The bids for the new El Paso post
office site were opened in "Washington
Tuesday. A number of bids were sub
mitted by local propertv owners. The
announcemen of the award will not be
made for several days.
MONEY ANP METALS.
New York: Quotations.
(By Associated Press.
New York. Aug. 2. Call money
Prime mercantile paper, 56 per
cent. Closius notations Today.
Bar silver. 538
Desilverized lead, $4.47-& bid.
Copper steady, standard spot, $12.0 1 hz
(,12.20.; Sept.. $12.1012.20.
Spelter (St. i.ouis quotation) So.OO
Mexican dollars. 44c
Current Smelter Quotation.
Ei Paso 5mHter.)
Bar silver " 3
Copper wire bars 1-A
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12 '4$
Lead (London sales prices). 12. slO, dO
Lead (New YurK sates prices) $4.40
V Weekly Avewises.
(Douglas Smeltey Quotations.
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 9l
NEW YOEK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Horald frors
H H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Colo. Fuel & Iron '...
Erie Ry '-
M.. K. & T
Mo. Pac -
Rock Island '
Southern Pac -.-'
U. S. Steel, com 66
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
tBy Special Wire u The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Calumet & Ariz..
Copper Range . -
Greene Cananea .
Sup. & Boston -v-
Sup. & Pittsburg -..
U. S. Smelters, com
Utah Copper -
- -V - -
(By Special Wire to The herald from
H H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Ariz. -Mich., pt pd
Cal. & Montana
Chlno Cop. Co..!
Chief Con -"
Cordova, pt pd. Asked
Cordova, full pd. Asked
Live Oak Dcv
Nat. Mng. Exp
. . 70c
San Antonio, pt
Shattuck .1 22
Superior & Globe, pt pd 30c
New York Curb. Close.
(Special from Irving fT. Farrlngton &
Co.. New ork.)
Chino 11 ;i
Cons. Arizona 1 13-jlC
Ely Consolidated 21
Giroux , 6 3-lt
Greene Cananea 6?i
Inspiration 6 15-16
Ohio ? 1 9-16
Pacific Smelting ": 7-16
Ray Central 2 V.
j Raj- Consolidated 17U,
Grain and Provisions.
Chicaco Grain. Close.
. 1.03 Vs 1-03 H
Oct . . N.
Oct 7". 11.00
Kansas City Livestock. Close
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 2. Cattle
Receipts 10.000. including 2000 south
erns; strong to 10c higher. Native
steers, $4.507.S5; southern steers.
$3.40(hv5.00; southern cows, $ 2.25 (g 4.00 ; j
native cows ana neirers, 2.og'6.50:
stockers and feeders. $ 2.75 fr 5.25;
bulls, $3.003.S0; calves, $3.75g7.75;
western steers, $-1.25 6.75; western
Hogs Receipts 11,000; 5c - higher;
bulk, $7.90S.25; heavy. $7.65&'7.90,
packers and butchers, $7.S5fi!8.25; light,
Sheep Receipts 5000; steady. Mut
tons, $3.754.25; lambs, ?6.25g7.00; fed
wethers and yearlings, $3.505.00; fed
western ewes, ?3.004.00.
ChicnKo LIvestoeU- Clnst-.
Chicago. 111.. Aug. 2. Cattle Re
ceipts 9000; slow. Beeves. $4.65??S.10.
Texas steers, $3.50(g15.50; western
steers, $4.00 6.50; stockers and feed
ers, $4.006.15, cows and heifers, $2.50
6.25; calves. $6.50S.75.
Hogs Receipts 13.000; 5c higher.
Light. $S.20&S.75: mixed, $7.S0S.4O,
heavy, $7.45S.20: rough. $7.45(5 7.70.
good to choice heavy, $7.70S.20: pigs,
S.10TS.75: bulk. $7.90S.15.
Sheep Receipts 1S.000; steady. Na
tive. $2.604.50. western. $2.70? 1.50.
yearlings, $4.50 ii 5.75; lambs, native.
$4.507.00; western, $4.50(317.10.
port Worth LIvcHtiM-k. Close.
"Fort Worth. Tex.. Aug. 2. Cattle
Reneints 26U0. hogs, 1000
ton S4.S0, cows
lower. tops 3.30
calws stad. tops $5 SO
Hogs-Luwrr, tops ?S 20.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
xLIVESTOCK. WOOL AND COT
St. Louir Wni. Tlose.
St. Louis. Mo.. Aug. 2. Wool s
TorHtnrv and western mediums,', 15ii
23; fine mediums. 1720; fine, 1317.
Boston, Mass., Aug. 2. Increased ac
tivity is noted in the local wool mar
ket and values have risen In response
to the demand. Fleeces both old and
new are playing an important part in
transactions, while a good volume ot
business is reported in territory wool
in original bags. Better grades of
territory are selling at 57 to 60 scoured
for best staple. In the west the best
Montana is bringing 22 cents or 63
cents cleaned. New wools, however, are
coming forward slowl. Pulled wool
is dull, but there is still some demand
for the foreign product.
MAE SEE WOULD BE
i.jL- w -' -
AN SXPEET SHOT
Goes to Mtt Franklin to Get
in Training Chung
There is a scared little Chinese south
of (the Oregon and Overland line. He is j
"Mfl.-r "Winer TCpf nr-Iifi plni'mc flii.. Iris lfo
ims .been"threaened bv one Mar Chung
ox some other Chinese by tiros; name. Mar
tt- -r j. ,,
iiuj; mm anviu uui p;tpers lor une ar
rest of his countryman who has threat
ened Ms life, he says. But this only
imade matters worse according to Mar
Wing, for now oien threats are beinir
made against him.
Tuesday mornimr when -the 9 oclock
Highland Paxk ear left the transfer sta-
t.irm AffiT ivy -n KnnTvl TL txvr-rtrJi r. .J-i-
-.. ..w. ..Mw v. viwtu. aaw UU11UCU 34.-
shooter in the folds of his loose fcunrc.
TVnen the car 'had gone as far onto the
mesa as the track goes, Mar alighted
and betook himself into the foothills of
Mount Franklin. There he spent an
hour shooting at an old carnation cream
can. Mar thinks his life is in danger
and he is practicing pistol shooting in
order to protect himself. He is. sroinj? to
have iris gun hnndv when he sleens at
I ?jtftand ouM any of the belligerent
juar taanin- nappen around Mar says he
intenus 10 sncot and shoot to hurt.
In the meantime Mar Wing ihas gone
up on tihe north side to spend his even
ings and smoke his evening pipe. No
more smokes in front of the Hop Yick
j store on .South Oregon for liotle Mar. At
least not for tfie present. Precaution is
the better pant of va-lor with this little
Chinese and he is "going to xake no
Mar Lee Chung, learning that he was
charged with assault by Mar Wiing Kee,
appeared in justice McClintock's court
Tuesday morning for the purpose o"f sur
rendering himself and giving (bond. The
court fixet&e bond at $100, which was
promptly furnished, and the case set for
1 trial Tuesday afternoon.
ilar Lee Chung is an Americanized
Chinaman, dandified in abearance, and
has Lis hair cut short. A Cel&tiaJ smile
tlrait' won't come off seems to be one of
his chief assets. He had little to sav
concerning the difference of opinion be-
. i,;,if j i, ,.; ll,t..
. -- :" -" "- -i, oi--
hmibelf with bbe statement that iM;w Z ,7r .T x" TUbn
r mU W,- wii o ,1 ,M trains for 24 hours. Trains Nos. S and
what was right. A companion who spoke
better English, explain ed that tihe con
troversy had arisen following the circu
lation of a subscription (list for 1&e pur
pose 01 musing tumis to tsike care of in-
digent Chinamen who come to America J
in the hope of locating in the United
State, and are left without funds. j
A discussion in the court room 'brought
out the fact Unit the Chinaman, being
ver' proud of his fonn.ly name, places
that irrst. rth wits explanation it is
easily seen tint Mar Lee Chung and Mar
Wing Kee ore kinsmen.
For El Paso and vicinity: .Toni
and Wednesday generally fair.
For New Mexico: Generally fair
south portion, local showers north
portion, tonight or Wednesday.
For West Texas: Tonight and Wed
nesday generally fair: cooler "jv"ednes-
i day in northern portion.
Highest temperature at Ei Paso last
24 hours. 9 degrees; lowest last 12
hours. 75 degrees.
Temperature taken at 6 a. m.
' Cloudcroft N. M.. Aug. 2. Weather
pnst 24 hours, clear and calm; max
imum temperature, 75; minimum, 50;
RANGER CRAIGHEAD SHOT BY
OWN 2IEX: ZtfAY RECOVER
Brownsville, Tex., Aug. 2. Ranger coming at a time when there is practic
Crnighead who was sho,c near Benito 1 ally no work to do. All company roll
Sunday and who was reported dyingiast j ing equipment Is reported in fine shape.
nightl is improving lochxy and will : x
probably recover. It is learned that ( RAILWAY TRAINMEN
Craighead was shot by his own men. j OFFICIAL VISITS LODGES
As the party approached in an automo- ( Robert Mclntyre, vice president of the
bib?, he fired into the air to stop them
and received a volley in the breast. No
arrests have been made.
Complying with the Mexican authori-
lies" request, papers have been for
warded to Mexico for the arrest of the
three Mexicans who participated in the
killing of the rangers.
SIN MEXICANS REPORTED
KILLED IX RANGERS FIGHT
Kingsvile, Tex., Aug. 2. Advices re
ceived here this morning from San Bo
nito and the surrounding country are to
the effect that six Mexicans were shot
and killed in a fight r!th state rangers
and citizens. The report has not yet
been confirmed. A posse of 125 men Is
scouring the Rio Grande country for the
Mexicans who shot and killed rangers J
rienry ijawii'me u.nu ivaiuea ouiiuu),
igration inspector j
who has been stationed at the Santa j
Fe street bridge for a fortnight,
leaves Tuesday night for Big Springs
to relieve Immigration watchman Her
bert Gregersoen, who in turn will re
sume his duties at the El Paso port.
Will J. Rand and family have return- i
ed from California, where Mrs. Rand
and children have been sWnding the
Company owns a large deposit of monzonite (Porphvrv) copper
Bent (Otero Co.. Nfevr Mexico. 12 miles from Tnlarosn stntinV 0t,a ,
pletine the first unit of its concentrating- mill, which will be in operation
Issued capitalization 550,00055.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
F. P. Kern, President Southern Tron & Equipment Companj-. Atlanta, Ga.
Consulting: Engineer, H. Vincent Wallace, Wallace & Summerhayes, 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 nnrmst,lnnHl
, Our 1G mure hoot enr't'e.l -THE rOPlTR
Our JG paw hook, entltle.l "THE COrrFR
SCRAP BOOK." oa req icsc Also WeeUj
liUilu MitrL.cC Icftten.
ANGELUS HOTEIi JBAR
Just around the corner on Mesa.
Have you had an Angelus Fizz?
Coal, Wood and Grain
GEO. C. AVJMBERLY, Pais City Fuel Co.
Sll Texas St. Bell 1479; Auto. 1S18.
211 San Antonio St.
j painless Dentist-
DR. E. AV.
DRS. BROWN AND GALLOWAT.
Rooms 1. 2, 3, 4, and 5 Coles Bldg.
HERMANS FURNITURE CO.
114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash
( Hair Dressing
! esthek allen,
211 St. Louis St.
Hats Cleaned and'Blocked
Union Hat & Tailor Shop, 207 S. Stanton.
Clothes cleaned, pressed. Both phones.
H. R. BURGER, 203 South El Pase.
Watch repairing a specialty.
MattTeSS RenO Vating
I METROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO.
i -- cvuui outuiuu. -dulii riiones.
AVE CAN FIX IT SHOP.
347 Myrtle. Bell 515; Auto 1515. Um
brellas covered, keys fitted, rubber tire3
for baby carts.
DR. CARL SMITH
107 San Antonio St. Auto 2151.
t EI PASO SEED HOUSE
506 San Antonio. Write for price list.
DR. R. A. HIGGINS, 305 S. Oregoa.
Hospital for Horses and Dogs.
I p.. ,, T?or-.o.
J-Q-JtJ- " auu jjagagc.
JtilUllA.MJ PARK TRANSFFR CO.
TOT San Diegro St. Phoie 1200.
S. D. Clifford, Manager.
Express and Baggage, Moving Small
Hoiiies, Etc. Also sell and real hoosex.
TRAINS AT B&LKART
- DELAYED BY BAINS.
Fall Is Four Inches Above
iSFormal Passenger Traf
Dalhart, Texas, Aug. 2. Heaw rains
, continued here all last night. This
I J?11116? , four nches above normal for
. ,ths years rainfa- Farmers and
I i"--"-"i re greatly pleased over the
I prEffts .
Owing to the c
continued rains the
rvirtT-o cfk' t,-.. i..i ., ,
2 of the 30th consolidated and nassprf
Dalhart Sunday at 4 p. m. All trains
on the Santa Fe, Missouri Pacific and
Colorado and Southern are delayed and
PEABS02T LINE TO
Passenger Service to Start.
Washouts Delay Traffic.
Colonia Dublan, Mexica, Aug. 2. The
company expects to start passenger
traffic from Pearson to Nueva Casas
Grandes August 2. The construction
train is running much farther already.
The company is increasing the forces"
at Pearson. It has already completed
50 small houses; 12 of them have six
rooms, and the company is now at work
on a 75 room hotel.
Conway LeBaron has gone up to
j Pearson to paint the new buildings just
put up by the company. A washout has
REsraiE ACTros work
Tuesday morning marked the return
to work of nearly 500 men who have
J been laying off from the Er Paso &
I Southwestern . shops for a week. The
I day off, which included nearly aH shop
is almost an annual affair.
National Brotherhood of Railway Train
men, is a visitor in El Paso, the guest of
the local lodges. He was entertained
Tuesday afternoon at a reception In
Redmen's haHat which both members of
the local lodges and the women's aux
iliary were present.
Mr. Mclntyre comes from San Antonio
where he was galled on fraternal busi
ness, and is on nis way to Tucson where
his family resides. While here he will
examine four applicants for the insur
ance bran.cn of the order.
O. G. Burke, and E. S. Pierce, conduct
ors of the G. H. Del Rio district, passed
through El Paso today en route to Cali
fornia. Both are on summer vacations.
Eugene Fox. general freight and pas-
I' senger agent of the El Paso & South
western system, returned Tuesday from
You can "basils seii it.
" Call Bell 115, Auto 1115
tell the girl what it is
Vrad The Herald will sell
it. No bother, no form
About S3 Miles from 3
Paso on the 1 Paso &
Northeastern R. SL.
inifivo w rrnnmnrM n ..
August 2, 1910.
Lstaul.3i,ea 1U00. S7-43 Wall 3t.. New York City,