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L PASO HERALD
Thursday, August 11, 1910.
Too Late To Classify.
GET THE HABIT of having your hats
cleaned and blocked by a practical and
expert hatter. Last call for Panamas.
Dupuy. 402 X. Oregon St.
BEST BIT IX UPPER VALLEY 160
acres river silt soil, original patent.
$42.50 per acre with best of terms.
Let us shfcw you that this is the best
bargain being offered today In valley
Guxnm &. "Wood,
Valley Land Specialist,
Chamberlno, X. L
WOULD YOU BUY A HOMET
At vour own price? The owner of an
elegant new S room house has left town
and has instructed us to sell it quick.
2t Is modern in every respect and is lo
cated in a first class residence section.
Make us an offer, it must be sold.
Mayficld Realty Co.
59 ACRES CLOSE TO CXTx
All cleared, modern pumping plant.
Will make close price.
Mayficld Realty Co.
2 LOTS OX RIO GRAXDE ST.
$1500 buys two south front lots on Rio
Mayficld Realty Co.
1IAYFIELD REALTY CO.
Has a large list of homes. See us,
we may have just what you are looking
Room 32 Bucfeler Bldg.
5205 TWO l,OXJw. ,
$265 cash buys 2 high and level 16ts
in block 57 East El Paso. This is a
snap. , . . .
D. G. Helncmnn, 207 St. Lonis St.
DO YOU WANT A BARGAIX
I have some in block 96, East El Paso
at the head of Montana street, every
citv convenience; easy terms.
D. G. Hcincniaii, 207 St. Lonis St.
FOR BETTER GLASSES Aak Segall.
:.-,. otxt-tt T.nriTC TVTO THIS.
Sis room house on Arizona St., mod
ern in overv way, basement, screened
porch and good outbuilding. At a. price
that will make It go quickly and easy;
W. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building.
FOR RENT 4 ROOMS AXD BATH.
Gottage newly painted and varnishea
inide, very close in; o minutes walk
tn posioffice; no sick people or chil
dren. Inquire 608 E. Missouri. j
9710 CASH, BALAXCE S40 PER
3IOXTH, WITHOUT INTEREST
For a nice 4 room house in High
land Park. Can change this cash pay
ment, if necessary.
Downing j & Crovrell,
209 Mesa Ave.
RE GLASSES? Ask Segall..
LOOK AT THIS
170 acres about one mile westor
Canutillo bridge, at 350 per acre.
Maple & Co.,
406 San Francisco St.
FOR CANUTILLO LAND
WE ARE THE PEOPLE.
200 acres 14 miles from Canutillo
bridge partially- under cultivation,
community ditch running through the
propertv. This tract is on the market
for a while at S75 per acre- Let us talK
it over with vou. It's worth your while.
Maple & Co.,
406 -San Francisco St.
THE PRICE IS RIGHT
We have two tracts of 40 acres each
one mile west of Canutillo at $50 per
Maple & Co.,
406 San Francisco St.
YOU CAXT LOSE
BUT THE LONGER YOU WAIT
THE LESS YOU MAKE
150 acres of land fronting on public
road three-quarters of a mile west or
Canutillo bridge; this is Texas patent
land: can be Irrigated from a 20 foot
community ditch running through the
property- This land can be bought at
$60 per acre, good terms.
Maple & COWT
406 San Francisco St.
100 acres one and a quarter miles west
of Canutillo bridge, on 40 foo. public
road adjoining a 500 acre tract already
under cultivation. This tract is being
offered for quick sale at $50 per acre.
TITIT! &L CO..
406 San Francisco St.
FOR SALS Small rooming house over
looking Cleveland Square. 20 boarders
and roomers. Phone 2397.
The cause of 90 percent of the headaches-can
be stopped with Pfoperly
fitted glasses. Do not think that be
cause others have failed to relieve your
headaches that I will. I ave the onl
perfect equipment for the fitting" of
fi. j v, Tiiir lone cTindincr olant
i El Paso, that is the reason that I j
imol-n t-l:PR Tlrhfc. t
Geo. D. Kendall,
208 Mesa Ave.
... . ,-.-r-. nnouinn - honlrlreeDer in
V.t - ;ua-.iv.- -. m- - . -
or out of the dty.by an expwaced
and rapid accountant. cauK iciCu.-.
Address F. H., care Herald.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED rooms for
rent opposite public library. 114 West
-WANTED For Arizona a competent
man in a general merchandise store.
Good wages for the right party. Write
A HOTEL BARGAIN for $3500, furni
ture, fixtures and lease on forty room
hotel. Has fine transient trade. Will
not consider anything but cash. Ad
dress H, care Herald.
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR REST to
small select family, comfortably fur
nished, 5 rooms, modern and well lo
cated. Inquire evenings after 7:30, 51
FOR SALE Furniture 4 room house.
single pieces or the entire lot- 812 Ari
zona. WANTED Position by man, aged 30
familiar with real estate business, gen
eral produce 3n all its branches and
steam laundry work, best of references
furnished; will accept anything that has
a future. Address Box No. 2o. Herald.
EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER wishes
position. El Paso references. Box 1-6
Las Cruces, X. M.
NICE COOL FURNISHED ROOM one
block Mesa school on car line. Private
entrance adjoining bath. Cheap. En
quire 1010 North Ochoa street
FOR RENT 6 room house, 714 X.
Stanton St., $35. David Lerner, 207
San Antonio St.
,GST Pocketbook containing ?5 bill.
Return to Miss Jones, Brown 'News Co.
SEWING SOLICITED, work guaranteed.
90S Octavia. BeTTf692.
HOME FOR SALE 15 Y OWNER.
One of the mast elegant homes In El
Paso and woul accept as part pay
ment property elsewhere, Texas pre
ferred. Valley land considered. Call at
No 1401 W. Boulevard, corner of Mundy
BED ROOMS 10 and $12 month, -with
porches. 811 N. El Paso St. Phone 3404.
HELP WANTED House girl who un
derstands English; alsr woman to dc
Jaundry work. pply 1401 W. Boule
vard. FOR RENT 5 rj n -otiae, corner of
Boulevard and O-Hos. modern. Ntv
xnan Investment 'Jo.
ENDS HIS LIFE
WITH A BULLET
Dalhart Young Man First
Shaves, Bathes and
Dalhart, Texas, Aug. 11. Mack F.
Stewart, son of A. M. Stewart, a Pres
byterian minister, shot himself fatally
at 1 p. m. today with .suicidal intent.
Young Stewart -was 2i years old and
a law student here. Formerly he was a
department store clerk In Houston, Gal
veston and Gainesville stores and stood
high as a business man.
The family came from Bonham, Tex
as, and the young man developed pa
ranoia and placed himself in the care
of Dr. G. W. Dawson. For the plpst
few days his condition was alarming
and close watch was placed over him
with the intention of removing him to a
This morning he was down town set
tling all his bills, visited a barber shop
and returned home at noon. He ex
cused himself to his mother, bathed, put
on clean underwear, went to his bd,
placed a pillow under his head and
placed a 38-caliber rovolver, that In
some unknown way he had secured, to
his forehead and pulled the trigger.
The bfttlet entered the forehead and
passed through the brain, lodging in the
back of the neck, producing a fatal
C. B. Stevens "Keyrate Charlie" has
.gone to Ckmdcroft for a week of recrea
tion, where there are no such animals
as insurange key rates and mercantile
exposures to disturb his rest.
Too Late To Classify.
A LETTER FOR TOU.
Replies sent inv care oi The Herald
office were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
later than one week after being bulla
tined: A. B. C. K. 19S
C. K. Ill
D. B. M. 260
F. 129 M.
F. 370 O. J.
F. G. R. 326
F. E. T. V.
G. 37 T. W.
G. W. H.
H. R.' X. W. T.
H. 76 Stranger,
H. 7 Insurance
H. R. 203
J. C. R. 92
J. A. a 230S
OXLY $300 DOWN WILL BUY
A 6 room brick, east front, on N.
Florence, close to Boulevard. Will sell
quick at our price. HAWKINSKROS.
SXAP SNAP SNAP. ,
Two south front lots on Nevada, ?750.
3 NICE UNFURNISHED ROOMS with
bath, gas, electric light. 110S X. Flor
ence. MEXICAN WOMAN speaking English,
wants position with American family
as cook and other housework; under
stands American, Spanish, French and
Mexican cooking. Address O. 303, Her
ald. LIGHT housekeeping furnished rooms
to rent: coolest in cLty, sleeping porch;
close in. 309 W. Boulevard.
A BIG SACRIFICE.
20 of the best lots in Altura Park,
perfectly level and within block of
Fort Bliss car line: 32000 takes the
20. cash, balance 1 and 2 years.
Don't let 'this bargain get away from
r D. G. Helnemiui,
07 St. Louis St.
FOR SALE A modern 3 chair barber
shop with bath; good business; must
sell right away on account of health.
104 X. Stanton.
WANTED A good girl. One that can
cook. Bassett Flat No. 7.
WE LIVE IN EL PASO COUNTY and
want to rent 3 to - 5 room furnished
house in city for month 'or more. Extra
care taken, any darriages paid for. El
Paso bank references given. M. W.
Lowry, Finlay, El Paso Co., Texas,
One fare for the rouhd trip to trop
ical Mexico. See BUTI.ER LAND CO..
or the ticket agent National Railways
LOST Lady's ring, ruby In center,
with cluster of diamonds, reward if re
turned to H. A. Carpenter & Bro. 303
San Francisco St.
FOR SALE Very cheap. Oak bedroom
suite of furniture; 3 furnished rooms
for rent. 915 Mundy Ave. Phone 3009.
THE BIGGEST SNAP EVER,
20 lots in Altura Park, perfectly
level and close to Fort Bliss car line;
given away for $2000, cash, balance
1 afnd 2 years.
D. G. Hclnemnn,
207 St. Louis St.
THE REAL ARTICLE.
Here is a home that for convenience,
comfort and real beauty is hard to
duplicate. Built less than a year ago.
Two stories, 8 xras, double sleeping
porches, full basement, furnace heat,
4 large cheerful bedrooms; lavatory
with hot and cold waiter in each room.
Plenty closet room; edge grain floor
ing, highly polished. This was built
for a home, no expense spared. You
could not improve on the arrangement
Lot 50x200, east front, north side; 3
blocks from Carnegie square; fine
view. Price $10,500; good terms.
Cassidy & Davidson.
FDR- SALE: IMPROVED FARM.
12 MILES FROM EL PASO.
12 acres in alfalfa, balarfce in corn
and garden Truck; an uptodate pump
ing plant. 5 Toom adobe house, large
porches, .outbuildings, etc.; house com
pletely furnished, 1 horse and buggy,
1 cow, and all the necessary farm im
plements. Only $2000 down, balance
long time. Price $5750.
Cassidy & Davidson,
Sole Agents. 211 St. Louis St.
EXCURSION TO TROPICAL MEXICO.
On the 21st of August. One fare
for the round trip. Get up a buncn
of friends and pay one man's expenses
to investigate our colonization lands
on the west coast in the state of Ta
basco. NOW is your opportunity to
see Mexico and some of the richest
lands in the world where crops grow
the year round without irrigation and
are, never a failure. Call or write
for or booklet explaining tropical
Butler Land Co..
Stanton and Texas Sts.
EL PASO LODGE. NO. 130, A. F. &A. M.
rteguiar meetings ist ana 3ra
Wednesdays ,of each month.
L E. Gillett. W. M.
E. W. S. Neff. Secy.
Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.: hours 10 a. nr to 12 m.
Called meeting Friday, August 12th,
8 p. m. First degree.
A. & A. S. RITE OF If msK MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. H. MrCtillnnstt. Scey.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY',
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
TERRAZAS AND WINN
Governor's Son to Import
Horses Thinks We ISTeed
Alberto Tarrazas, most prominent
promoter of the Juarez Jockey club, ar
rived Wednesday morning in El Paso
from the citv of Chihuahua. Hi3 arrival
will be followed this afternoon by that
of Matt Winn, of Louisville, general
manager oi taie Juarez tracK.
"I am merely here to arrange for the
importation of horses wdth the Mexican
autshoriiies," explained the iockey -tub
president, at Hotel St. Regis. "Y"es,
Col. Winn is coming on the same busi
ness. It is not to be a meeting of the
"We expect to have between S00 and
3000 horses at the track this rear; tihat
is, about double the number-of the first
Benson. Every prospect Is good.
"Hotel? Yes, I understand that one
will ho built. Tn Juarez? Oh. no: here
in El Paso. I know that there is a move
ment to erect one in El Paso. I beheve
tliat both American and Mexican monev
is back of it, nothing more.
"Oh. yes, everything is quiet p-liticI-lv
in Mexico. All of the good people, he
ones that work, are very well satisfied."
PEOPLE IN EL
From New Mexico.
At the Sheldon D. B. Stephens, Dem
ing. At the St. Regis T. Rounalt, jr. and
wife. Las Cruces.
At -the Angelus M. R. Chavez and
At the Zeiger Col. F. Fleming Jones,
Las Cruces; R. C. Richter, Deming.
At the Grand Central Mrs. John
Leuvan, Las Cruces; Y. H. Moody, Mag
At the Sheldon Henry F. Armstrong,
At the St. Regis G. H. Booth and
wife, Miami; Mrs. J. D. Prewitt, Bowie;
Mrs. James Lazenby, Bowie.
At the Orndorff W. M. Brecken
At the Zeiger C. J. Marbush, Globe;
H. Shumada, Globe.
At the Sheldon E. E. Swain. Parrel;
F. Bennie, Dallas; G. G. Knight. Fort
Worth; K. W. Ledd, Fort Worth; F.
E. Crutcher, Sweetwater; C. L. Feetch,
Coleman; Mrs. R. P. Turney. Cerulian;
Mrs. T. B. Carter, Dallas.
At the St. Regis Mrs. W. H, Norris,
Houston; Miss Clomon, Houston; Miss
M. Cloman, Houston.
At the Angelus Edwin N. Kail,
Rockwall; Paul Snow, Rockall.
At the Orndorff W. TV. Mills, Austin;
J. F. Patman, Clarendon; J. E. Mc--Cauless,
Dalhart: A. F. Jones, Valen
tine;; T. A. Davis. Claude.
At the ' Orndorff W. D. Lansden,
At the Grand Central J. TV. Reese.
t - From Mexico.
Katherine Hatch, Cananea; Xf. C. J.
Apalatasa, Duraugo; C. W. Powers, Chi
huahua. At the St. Regis Al P. Anderson and
wife, Mexico, D. F.; N. Thomas. Ache
land, D. F.; S. R. Godman and wife,
Acheland. D. F.; Mrs. A. B. Culver,
Acheland, D. F.
At the Orndorff J. S . Nickerson,
Monterey; L. A. Faires, Chihuahua;
T. A.- Lamelive, Chihu'ahua; Toma--Gonzales
and wife, Gomez' Palacia
From the Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon L. L. Batcman, Ba
kersfield; Lyman I. Mowrey, San Fran
cisco; Mrs. Lyman I. Mowrey, San Fran
cisco; V. A. Mowat, Fresno, Cal.
At the St.RegiSr Hartwig a Cohen,
At the Orndorff Charles S. Coleman,
Los Angeles; V. G. Bennett, Ely, Nevi
From Nevr York.
At the St. Regis M. F. Tiernan,
Jene Dry f us.
At the Angelus M. Williams and
At the St. Regis H. H. Schwark E.
Mesuret and wife.
At the Angelus N. E. Hartegan, R.
M. Smith, A. E. Duffy.
At the Orndorff Frank Casto.
At the Sheldon Edward Johnson,
La Fange; Charles M. Pope, St. Louis.
At the Zeiger M. R. Morton, St.
At the Sheldon S. B. Garrett and
wife. Pine Bluff, Ark; Mrs. R.' P. Tur
ney, Cerulein, Ky.
At the St. Regis C. W. Felder, Nash
ville, Tenn.; E. Weir, Great Bend, Kas.;
Mrs. Mad. C. Grunder, Louisville, Ky.;
Mrs. L. K. Petty, Louisville, Ky.; T. P.
Weaver, Corfnth, Miss.; Charles Atchi
son, Denver, Colo.; F. L. Smyth, Denver,
Colo.; Carl Geyer, New Orleans, La.; J.
F. Gej'er,' jr., Mow Orleans, La.; W. H
Taylor, Denver, Colo.; C. A. Symes, Tel
uride, Colo.; J. P. Falk, Newark, N. J.;
H. Daughly, Bradford. Pa.
At the Angelus C. TV. Litherland,
chief dispatcher of Mudland Valley rail
road, Muskogee, Okla.; Miss J. Newall,
At the .Orndorff C. J. Herbert and
wife, Denver, Colo.; H. Buldins and wife,
New Orleans; C. M. Crane, Canton, O.
At the Grand Central George Prin
gle and son, Hot Springs, Ark.
Capt. Seay Joins Forces With
Interaatioiial Business College
Capt. R,. E. Seay who made the com
mercial department of the El Paso Mili
tary Institute, one of the strongest de
partments of the institute, has joined
forces with -J. P. Mullin in the man
agement of the International Business
College. The International has always
enjoyed the confidence of El Paso busi
ness men by reason of its thorough and
efficient methods, and the careful in
dividual training given to each pupil.
The graduaves occupy many positions of
responsibilitj- Jn southwestern business
houses. With Prof. Mullin and Capt
Seay associated in the management es
pecial stress will be laid on personal
attention to the needs of each pupil.
The school In is new quarters In the
Coles block and with its increased teach
ing force will establish a new record of
efficiency for the southwest.
Capt. Seay graduated from the South
ern Normal and Bowling Green Business
University, was manager of Bagwell
Business College, Atlanta, Ga; two
years instructor Georgia-Alabama Busi
ness College; Principal Commercial De
partment, West Lafayette College, Ohio,
and teacher of bookkeeping, shorthand,
typewriting, penmanship, 1908-1909 in
the El Paso Military Institute.
LUNCH ROOM TO OPEN.
The Y. W. C. A. lunch room will be
reopened next Monday, in the new
quarters on I'he second floor of the old
Toltec building on Texas street. The
hours will be 11:30 to 1:30.
MONEY AND METALS.
Nevr York sotnIons.
(By Associated Pressi
New York, Aug. 11. Call money
Prime mercantile paper, 56 per
cent. Closinc totatlo Today.
Bar silver, 53.
Desilverized lead, $4.40 4.50.
Capper, easy, standar dspot, $12.20
12.25; Sept.. ?12.25 &12.40.
Spelter (St. Louis quota tion)Firm;
Mexican dollars. 44c.
Current Smelter Quotations.
E1 Paso Smeltor.)
Bar silver 53
Copper wire ban; 12 7-16
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12 5-16
Lead (London sales prices). 12, slO, do
Lead (New YurX saxes prices) 4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver 52
NEW YOBS USTED
(By Special Wiro to The Hflraid from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Anaconda . . .
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Missouri, Kansas &, Texas
United States Steel, common
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
iBy Special Wirt 10 The Herald from
H H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Arizona Commercial 1S
Boston Corbm o
Caulmet & Arizona 57
Copper Range 67
Greene Cananea 7 9i
Nevada Consolidated 20
Old Dominion 37
Superior & Boston 9
Superior & Pittsburg 12
Trinity . 6
U. 5. Smelters, common - - 39
TTtah Consolidated 24 4
(By Special Wire to The herald from
H H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Arizona-Michigan, part paid
Calumet & Montana
Chino Copper Co
Cordova, part paid (asked)
Cordova, full paid (asked)
live Oak Development
iat Mng. Exp
Ohio Copper 1
Pinto Copper .
Suroriod & Globe, part paid
New York Curt). Close.
uoSuijj-BjI '3 Suiaji UIOJJ
Co.., New 3Tork.)
Grain and Provisions.
Chlcaso Grain. Close.
Sept $1.02 1.02
Dec 1.06 1.06
Chicaso Provision. Close.
English Market Steady.
Liverpool, Eng., Aug. 11. There was
only a fair demand for spot cotton in
this market today. " Sales amounted to
but .000 bales. Of this amont 3100
bales were for American' account. Im
ports none. pui pi ices sibhuj o.l
lan advance of 4 English points or S.36d
for American middling, in the future
divsion, prices opened dull and un
changed, to one-half point higher. At
12:30 p. m. prices were quiet, unchang
ed, to one point lower than the closing
figures of the previous day. The mar
ket ruled quiet and steady throughout
the session. ,
New Orleans Quiet.
New Orleans, La,, Aug. 11. The open
ing ofx the, local cotton market was
steady at practically unchanged prices.
During the morning quite heavy real
Using sales and selling for further reac
tion in response to disappointing cables,
and forecast for part cloudy weather in
the western belt, were made. Selling
was heavy in Keeping with the rapidity
of the recent advance, but there was
continued demand on the scale down, as
soon as scattered. Long interest had
been somewhat reduced. The market
was steadier by covering and renewed
bull support, while aggressive selling
for the short account was prevented by
reports of continued good demand for
spot cotton and the fact that rains in
Texas were confined to the northern
section of the state.
New York Bears Hopeful.
New York, N. Y., Aug. 11. The Tex-
STOCKS ANDBOITOS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT-TON.
as situation is not free of disturbing
elements to bulls, for the areas of baro
metric pressure are now broken up and
there appears considerable pessibility of
rain where none has fallen heretofore.
j Up to the present, however, it must be
admitted that none of consequence nave
fallen and that the crop's deterioration
has been without check.
Cotton is finding -ready market at
primary points at 14 to 15 cents and
better spot inquiry for old stock at
southern points was bullish, evincing
that spinners or shorts were anxious
for cotton. A general rain east of the
river is needed and it is doubtful if the
local showers give complete relief
where they fall, because in most In
stances they are less than one inch.
Some of the crop accounts from Georgia
and the Carolinas aro good. Others
are poor, showing that the crop in
those sections, as well as in the valley,
Chicago Livestock- Olrn-.
CWcago, 111., Aug. 11. Cattle Re
ceipts 7000; 510c lower. Beeves,
?4.5'08.25; Texafe steers, $3.505.60;
western steers, $4.00 6.75; stockers
and feeders, $ 4.00 6.25; cows and
heifers, $2.506.40; calves. $6.508.50;
Hogs Rets. 14,000; pa'cking grades
steady; other 5c lower. Light,$S.40
8.90; mixed, $7.80S.S5; heavy, $7.50
8.40; rough, $7.507.75; good to choice
heavy, $7.75'3S.40: pigs, $S.409.95;
Sheep Receipts 1S.000: 10c lower.
Native, $2.25 4.25; western, $2.50 4.15;
j-earllngs, ?4.005.40; lambs, natives,
$4.25 6.25; western, $4.25 6.50.
Kansan Citj- LIrct'k- Clsse.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 11. Cattle
Receipts 4000. Including 1000 south
erns; steady to wea'k. Naitive steers,
$4.50S.10; southern steers, $3.505.00;
southern cows, ?2.504.00; native cows
and elfers, $2.25 6.50; stockers and
feeders, $3.006.15; bulls, $3.104.25;
calves. $3.75 7.75; western steers, $4.00
7.25; western cows, $2.50 4.50.
Hogs Receipts 7000; steady to 5c
lower; bulk. $S.208.50; heavy, ?8.10
S.30; packers and butchers, $S.258.55;
Sheep Receipts 3000; steady. Mut
tons. $3.75 4.35: lambs, $6.00 6.75; fed
wethers and earlings, $ 4.00 5.25; fed
western ewes, $3.25 4.00.
Fort Worth lvcrropEc range.
Fort Worth. Tex., Aug. 11. Cattle
Receipts p0; hogs 700. Steers steady,
'tops $4.50: cows higher, tops $3.S0;
calves higher, tops $5.80.
Hogs Steady, tops $S.50.
St. Louir Wni. lne.
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 11. Wool steady.
Territorj' and western mediums, 18
23; fine mediums. 1720; fine, 1417.
MRS. TCTTLE FALLS AND
SUSTAINS DROKEN AR3I
Mrs. J. R. Tuttle, the mother of Harry
and B. J. Tuttie, fell on the kitchen
floor of her home at 913 Olive street
Wednesday morning and broke her
right arm. Mrs. Tuttle was crossing
the floor when she tripped and fel with
ine weignt or ner ooay on the right
arm, breaking the bones in the lower
ANOTHER LOT OF JEWELRY
IS STOLEN BY THIEVES.
Thieves broke into the residence of
Peter vIios at 416 Sonr-h Kjitirjs ctrppf.
t-eme time between 9 and 11 a. m.
lhursda.y, and secured rinrs and other
jewelry valued at $75.
An entrance was fereed thrmiorh tht
j door which they evidently optned with
a Key. .viany valuable articles hid in
a trunk were untouched, indicating that
the robbers (worked o slickly.
BOUND TO GRAND JURY
ON SWINDLING CHARGE.
A. L. Wright, ipvon a preliminary
hearing before justice !' lintock
Thursday morning, vas bound over to
the grand jiuy in the sum of $50). Com
plaint was made by the State National
bank. Wright has air.Mv -been bound
over on two other charges and'lm bond
is now $1500.
FIRE IX ELEVATOR
DOES SMALL DAMAGE
FIre of unknown origin started in the
Rosenbaum grain elevator on 13th
street shortly after 1 ocloek Thursday
afternoon. A hose attached to the
standpipe in the building furnished suf
ficient water o extinguish the glaze
before any dsge of consequence could
JGRO WHO DROPPED DEAD
The negro who dropped dead on Da
vis street Wednesday afternoon has
been identified as Henry W. Campbell
of 53 Ninth street, Dallas, Texas. He
was 52 years of age.i
NEGRO CHARGED WITH
VTDLATTiVfi TIM runw ..,
A. Williams, a nejrro, was arrestet? .
oy tne ponce w eunesciay mpht and re
leased on a $25 bond "on a charge of
violating the Jim Crow car law.
1 POLICEMAN'S FUNERAL.
Funeral services fm- -Tfrhra! V. Vn.
log, member of the El Paso police force,
were held Thursday morning at the
cnapei oi reaic Lyons. Kev. Kobert
B. Smith officiated with simple pray
ers, after which the body was escorted
to the Union station by a platoon ofpo
lice. Interment will "be made at Wa
daunsee, Kan. Floral offerings were
profuse, a liandsome anchor of flowers
representing "the force."
Yee Lee, a Ohinaman. was arrested
Thursday morning by immignitoin offi
cers en the charge of being illegal!- in
the United States. He claims to have
a certificate of residence and asked that
he be given time to produce if, which
was granted, the case being set for
The body of the negro who died Wed
nesday afternoon in the street near the
Union station, lies in a local morgue,
unidntifded. Coroner McCflin-fcock has
been unable to find a clue as to hi6
name or residence. The man was about
30 years of age, poorly dressed. His
skin was medium light.
CITY FATHERS INSPECT STREETS.
Mayor W. F. Robinson and the city
council are "visiting the various streets
of the city investigating the need of
Sheriff Florence J. Hall will return
from Galvestou, where he has attended
the Democratic state convention, tomor-
Use Herald Want Ads for
Splendid Arrangement fgr
to the North.
The traffic department of the cham
ber of co-o-merce in order to further
its purpose of increasing the jobbing
business of El Paso is endeavoring to
improve merchandise service by ine dif
ferent lines diverging from this city
realizing that prompt, relibale service
is of as much importance in increasing
the trade of any city as are freight
The management of the El Paso S
Southwestern system, which has always
shown a willingness to inaugurate any
reform that is consistent with business
principles, in, order to assist and
strengthen the business interests of this
city, has freel- responded" to the de
mand) for improvement in the merchan
dise schedules. Freight for Alaanogordo
and points noith on the Alamogordo &
jcrmeaito Mountain railway, is load
ed in a car which is forwarded from
this city each evening, reaching Alamo
gordo in time for early delivery te fol
lowing morning and permitting freight
for points on the Ckmdcroft line to be
forwarded the ;same forenoon. Freight
for other poirrt on this line south of
Garrizozo is forwarded on the local train
leaving El Paso each alternate da- and
is delivered at all points on the same
date. It is expected (within a very short
time that this train will be run daily.
"It behooves the shippers of this citj
to increase the trade to points souta
of Carrizozo, to such an .extent that the
econpanv- will be justified in this
change' says A. W. Reeves, traffic bu
A merchandise car is forwarded each
evening loaded with freight for Carri
zozo and Capitan, reaching the former
point at 5 o'clock the following mora
ine. Freight for Capitan and for points
which receive their freight from that
station is forwarded from Girrizozo
each ,' Monday and Thursday morning,
after' the arival of the El Paso car.
Another car is loaded Tvith merchandise
for points north of Carrizozo to and
including Duran, leaving El Paso in the
evening, reaching Carrizozo the follow
in morning in time to make connec
tions with the. local train from that
point and thereby allow freight for all
poinb betiween Carrizozo and Duran to
be delivered the day after delivery to
the railwav company here.
"This should prove to be a ver sat
isfactorv arrangement and the South
western" system is entitled to the thanks
pf the shipping public for its efforts
io encourage the jobbing business or
this city," Mr. Reeves .says.
There is one place wnere the service
mi"ht be improved, that being freight
for" points between El Paso and Carri
zozo excepting Alamogcirdo and just
so soon as business increases to an ex
tent wherebv the company will be justi
fied in doing so, the management ; wi-
be onlv too glad to afford the city a
daily service, it has assured Mr. Keeves.
Southwestern "Fits Up Its
Old General Offices for
The old general office building of the
Southwestern on che corner of Campbell
street and Its tracks will he fitted up
as a club building 'o- ts e-npoj-es, at
jt cost of $10,000.
Plans have beer, drawn and work on
remodeling the building will begin in
te fall. On the firs: :Ioor will be a
bathroom, rest room aul a bowling al
ley, and on the Ae : floor will be a.
pool and billiard hall, a Hbra-y and
There are 760 men on the South
western's pay roll, including the celr-
i f,rn-c in the ireneral off.ces. who
live in El Paso. Tnere are 17 employes j
in the car repairing department, bnt J
culy ll of these are Americans and a (
large number of the employes In the ,
boiler shops are exicans and negroes-!
AT THE STATION
Eetiirning From a Vacation,
Engineer's Wife Be
comes Suddenly lilt
Returning from a vacation spent at
Little" Rock, Ark,, Ctfrs. TA- Moore, wife
of a Southern Pacific engineer, was
taken ill at the union station and was
carried to a local hospital for treat
ment. A diagnosis has not been made
but the symptoms indicated appendi
cisls. Mrs. Moore came in over the
Texas and Pacific, and was to meet her
husband here, he having come by way
of the Rock Island to attend to busi
ness at a point on that line. "When he
arrived, he found his wife In a hospital.
She was taken suddenly ill at the sta
tion soon after her arrival and a physi
cian, who was called, had her carried
to a hospital. 3Ter two children, who
accompanied her, were taken care of by
the station master at the depot until
the husband arrived.
POSTER DEOPS DEAD
AT UNION STATION
C. TV. Beckley, a negro tourist car
porter, died in the union station yards
Wednesday afternpon just after the ar
rival of S. P. train No. 2 from San
After the arrival of the train the por
ter iced hfs cars and was standing near
the ice truck when he asked a Meican
to put some Ice on the top of his head.
He had hardly finished making the re
quest when he was attacked with hem
orrhages and died within a few minutes.
The negro ran between Minneapolis
and Los Angeles and his home was in
.St. Paul, to which point it is probable
that the remains will be shipped.
WRECKED TRAIN" MA
ROONED FROM RELIEF
Has Hard Time Renchl: Pasensrers
and Injured Trainmen Fireman
Jumps Iato Flood; Washed
Tucumcari. X. M., Aug. 11. In the
wreck of passenger train No. 41, on the
Tucumcari and Memphis road, fireman
H. G. Singleton was killed and en
gineer Bob Dixon badly hurt about the
head and body. The accident was caused
by a washout. Tro conductor and J. C
Berry, an architect, of Amarillo, came
FIST ON THt
ANGELUS HOTEL BAR
Just around the corner on Mesa.
Have yon had an Angelus Fizz?
DR. LEE IVIcINTOSH
Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St.
DR. E. TV. BRYAN
107 San Antonio St. Eell 2737.
EEI13IAXS FUI-NITTTRE CO.
114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash
Hats Cleaned and Blocked
Union Hat & Tailor Shop. 207 S. Stanton.
Clothes cleaned, pressed. Both phones.
DR. CART. SMITH
107 San Antonio St, Anto 2151.
DR. R. A. HIGGIA'S, 305 S. OreRO.
Hospital for Eorses and Dogs.
ESTHER A1L.X, Maxdcarins.
211 St. Lonis St. Bell 19 65
METROPOLITAN- REXOVATUTG CO.
225 South Stanton. Both Phones.
Express and Baggage."
HIG-HLAXD PARK TRASSFlha. CO.,
707 Saa Diego St. Phee 1280.
S. D. . Clifford, MasHger!
Express and Baggage, Mdvfag Small
Houses, Etc. Also sell and reat houses.
in on a handcar from the scene of the
wreck and reported it.
A relief train which left here with
the company's surgeons, was compelled
to return for ties with which to repair
portions of ,the track before It could
reach the wreck. A train from Asa
rillo arrived about the sarne time and
the dead fireman was taken back: to his
home at Sayre, Okla.
Singleton was the first to see the
washout. "Warning the engineer, he
jumped, and a moment later the train
wa in the washout. Singleton 'jumped
on the side of the -flood and it Is sup
posed that he was washed directly un
der, as the train fell.
L. Ohnsman. the baggageman, had
a narrow escape from a loose safe, but
escaped unhurt. The rest of the crew
MAYOR OF ROSTVELIi IS
CHARGED TVTTH'CLOSEVG ALLEY
. Rbswell. N. M.. Aug. 11.- C. S. "Wol
gamott, a prominent resident of Ros
well, who was arrested and fined $5
and costs, $1.50. after being tried by a
jury on the charge of looking over the
fence and seeing the baseball game
without paying admission fee, has sworn
out warrants for Dr. George T. "Veal,
mayor of Roswell, one of the owners of
the ground on which is located the
Amusement park, where the games are
played, and manager Fred C. Hunt, of
the Lyric theater, manager of the Ros
well baseball club, Fred Miller, Otto
Banmer and Ross L. Malone, of the
Amusement association. He charges the
closing up of the alley at the ball park.
There has been contention over this
matter for some time.
ESTAXCIA TO SrPPLT TIES
FOR SAXTA FE RAILROAD
Estatncla, X. M., Aug. 11. The Ro
mero and English Manufacturing com
panies have closed contracts to fur
nish the Santa Fe railroad with "4.00
carloads of ties.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
Division superintendent F. L. Mey
ers, of the Santa Fe. with headquarters
at San Marcial, X. M.. arrived in the clv
Wednesday afternoon In private car I 1
Thomas Millan, general manager o
the "Veracruz and Isthmus railway, ar
rived in the city Thursday, morning;
over the Mexican National road, travel
ing in a private car, and left over the
Southern 'Pacific for California for
David McKnight, chief clerk of the
railway mail service, has returned from
a business trip to Deminir. X. M.
J. E. Monroe, city ticket agent of
the G. H., has obtained a leave of ab
sence and will spend his vacation on
the Pacific coast. Roy Martin, his as
sistant, will hold down the Job during
Mr. Monroe's absence. Mr. Monroe will
be accompanied by his family.
Dr. EL Goodman, chief surgeon of
the Mexican National railways of Mex
ico City, arrived in the oity Thursday
morning in private car Xo. 19 ar(d will
be in the city for several days.
V- H. Tayloe, general agent of the
Southern railway, with headquarters
at Denver, C0I03 is in the city.
W. L. Mandes, casher of theTVel!s
Fargo company at the union station, ac
companied by his wife, left Thursdr
for Los Angeles on a vacation of 30
days. Walter Boyd, of the uptown of
fice, is serving temporarily as cashier
at the. station.
S. C. Gardner, assistant district su
perintendent of the Pullman company,
accompanied by . Mrs. Gardner, left
Wednesday evening for Douglas and
Joe Everly, T. & P. passenger con
ductor running between Big Springs
and Toyah, was in the city Wednesday
en route to Los Angeles, to spend a
vacation of 30 days. He was accom
panied by Mrs. Everly.
Claim agent Reihl, of the Santa Fe,
was in the city Wednesday accompany
ing a Mexican laborer who was Injured
on the road in Kansas, to his home at
J. P. Graham, formerly an express
messenger on the Southwestern, has
takn a position in the union station
baggage room as check man.
C. S. Elliott, assistant ticket- agent
at the union station, left Thursday for
Roswell, X. M., where he will spend
x For El Paso and vicinity: 'To night
and Friday partly cloudy' weather.
For Xew Mexico: Partly cloudy, witi
Ir-cal showers in north and east por
tions tonight or Friday.
For WestoyTexas: Tonight and Friday
Highest temperature at El Paso last
21 hours, 91 degrees: lowest last 13
hours 72 degrees. (Temperature taken
at 6 a. m. Thursday).
Cloudcroft. X. M., Aug. 11. Weather
for the past 24 hours: Partly cloudy,
calm. Maximum temperature, 65; min1
mura, 49 Rain in the night; precipita
tion .99 Inch.