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Thursday. August 18, 1910.
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 bulletined:
J. C. R.
J. A. H.
K. E. C.
W. T. T.
WASTED Lady partner to buy half
interest in lodging house, and manage
the same Address box 604, El Paso,
FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall.
HOISEKEEPIXG ROOMS nicely fur
nished at Arlington hotel. 322 San An
$710 CASH, BALANCE $40 PER
3IONTIL NO INTEREST.
Buys a 4 room modern brick on
209 Mesa Avo
A STRICTLY RELIABLE married man,
with IS years experience in the general
mercantile business, desires a position
as assistant manager, or to. take charge
y a department; understands Spanish;
Al reference as to character and abil
ity. Qpen for position Sept. 1st. Ad
dress X- 343, Hex-aid.
On the S. E. corner of River and
Ochoa. $1350; any terms.
Lee OradoriF, 209 31111s St.
FOR SALE, DIA3IONB A good chamce
to buy a l'& karat perfect stone cheap.
Write B. M. F., Herald.
RIO GRANDE BUILDING SITE.
"We had 75x120 here, but sold half
and now han-e 37xl20 left to go at the
same low-price of $1100. This is a bar
gain. Come quick.
W. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building. -
FOR RENT Furnished room, 2 girls,
cheap. 601 Wyomirfg St.
NEED GLASSES? Ask Segall.
10 PERCENT ON INVESTMENT NOW.
We have a 5 room brick that is pay
ing 10 percent rent now, and increasing
in value each day. Easy terms on this.
Downing & Croivcll,
209 Mesa Ave.
FOR SALE One good horse at a bar
gain. Phone Bell 3075.
"WANTED Middrteaged English speak
ing woman for general housework on
ranch 5 miles from town; $2(T per
month, subject to raise. Box 73, Kent,
vnn Sii.r Piiro bred Airedale pups.
eligible to registration. Drs. Steffen j
and Folsom, 319 Texas St. n
$100 EVERY THREE MONTHS
Wijl buy a 9 room modern house on
Mundy Ave. Can arrange small cash
payment. This is a bargain at the
209 Mesa Ave.
CLEAN. COOL R003IS by day, week
or month; summer rates. Kathryne
Hoel, 110 S. Stanton St., next to
BROIvEN GLVSSES? Ask Segall.
"IVY03IING ST. BARGAIN.
Two' lots on Wyoming in 1000 block
with, good cement walk; been reducecr
to $2300 for the two. This means quick
W. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building.
FOR RENT Two very desirable fur
nished rooms to two ladies; can ar
range to furnish breakfast and dinner
if desired. Call at 1405 Myrtle Ave.
after 5 clock.
FOR RENT. x
710 X. Oregon. 3 rooms (fur.) $15
1716 Boulevard, 5 rooms 27
S04 N. Stanton, 3 rooms (fur.) 25
607 Missouri SL, G rooms 25.
2917 Durazno St., 5 rooms IS
2919 Durazno St., 5 rooms IS.
914 N. Octavia, 6 rooms
904 N. Ochoa, 5 rooms
604 Stewart St.. 9 rooms
711 Lee St., 6 rooms, basement.
731 Lee St. 6 rooms, basement. .
C06 Nevada, 5 rooms
913 Mesa. 8 rooms.
710 X-. Orsr.m. 4 R. ffur.) 28
1413 Nevada St.. 5 rooms 27
513 Newman St., 4 rooms 15.
513 N. Campbell, 4 rooms 1C.
411 Willow St.. 5 rooms 20.
Hatronl & Collier,
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
9 ROOM HOUSE ON RIO GRANDE.
This is a beautiful place, with 50 feet
on a paved street. "Will sell at a bar
209 Mesa Ave.
EYE TROUBLE r Ask Segall.
"WANTED Nice room and board in pri
vate family by young man wltih good
(hours; good reference. Address C, care
"WANTED Good show card writer who
has had some knowledge of window
trhnming. Popular Dry Goods Co. (
SGOO, ANY TERMS.
For a 2 room frame house with two
lots on a corner.
209 Mesa Ave.
"WANTED Man or woman for clerical
position in offiee; experience unneces
sary. Address box 520, giving refer
ences. HOUSE IN EAST EL PASO.
"We have some bargains in 3, 4 and
E room houses for sale on easy pay
ments. Let us show you. Don't pay
rent "when you can pay on a little home
the same amount each month, and soon
"W. F. Payne,
' Angelus Hotel Building.
TOURING CAR, good condition, cheap.
"Whitehead, Hack and Auto. Stand.
BOY "WANTED at the China Palace.
" $250 PER LOT.
On "Wyoming St., in Bassett addition.
Lee Orndorff, 209 Mills St.
ONE COMFORTABLY furnished cottage
for rent. 4 rooms, porchesr-4jack and
front; every convenience; summer
rates. 710 N. Oregon St-
EYEGLASS COMFORT? Ask Segall.
BUY THIS HOME.
THE OWNER IS OBLIGED TO SELLJ
iJiis teautiiui nome oi t large ruoms
and reception hall. Two storVw built of
Ted pressed brick, has all the modern
conveniences, fine sleeping porches,
laundry room; 2 full lots, south front,
on the best residence street in the city.
If you arein the market it will pay
you to Investigate this. "Would like to
sell furniture also. See us for particu
Canslny & Davidson, I
211 SL Louis St.
$325 BUYS 32 FEET
On "Wyoming SL, in Bassett addition.
This is a real bargain.
Lee Orndorff, 209 Mills St.
I "WILL SELL YOU T"
A fine 6 room brick cottage on Upson
Ao. for ?5000; reasonable terms. The
best buy on the streeL
Lee Orndorlf. Phone 530.
The Moving Bug will get you if you
don't watch out. If he does, look over
the Herald For Rent columns vouVe
Sates for Classified Ads.
One cent per word. No
charge less than $ .25
Six consecutive inser-
kinrs.Q Tvw TTrnvrl (F
wwj-w, vj. UV..U. vt
By month, per line
Too Late To Classify.
NO RISK HERE.
225 acres of good land near Canutilto
for sale at a price you can double your
Maple & Co
4061A San Francisco St.
NOTICE PROPERTY OWNERS.
If you have any property to sell list
Holmnn & Hatcher,
GET THE HABIT of having your hats
cleaned and blocked by a practical and
expert hatter. Last call for Panamas.
Dupuy. 402 N. Oregon St.
WHY PAY RENT
When you buy a home cheap.
Sec Ho man & Hatcher,
VALLEY LAND NEAR CANUTILLO.
150 acre tract splendid land at a
price that will open your eyes.
Maple & Co.,
406 San Francisco St.
east el paso.
We have a large list of vacant lota
in all parts of East El Paso; some real
bargain snaps. If you think of buy
ing in this fast growing addition see
W. F. Payne.
Angelus Hotel Building.
DO YOU WANT A HOME?
Four room cottage, Tobin boulevard:
servant house, shade trees, etc $700
cash, balance like rent.
See Hoi man &Hnteher,
'DO YOU WANT A BARGAIN
I have some in block 96. East El
aso at the head of Montana street:
Paso at the head of Montana street;
every city convenience; easy terms.
D. G. Heineinnn. 207 St. Louis St.
-ITT VFT'Tr'. r A Vn
dto Nonerthneed awfr.' We a so ' f. Sisher bulSni flW from SS ? iurn'. and th,s mornIn hr hus
ant several bright young girls o of the Cahsher bmldlnfir eTtom the. band received a message saying that
work as apprentices. Apply Bloch Mil-.
linery Co. j
avaxt 4 nnnM HorsFS
Will toke 2 year? lese fnly two !
In family. I
See 3Iatheiv & Dyer.
20 ACRES FOR S4000.
On county road. All in alfalfa;
Mathews fc Dyer.
t nn A lPv CIAn BA?Ai?r !
?1400 cash buys 20 of the best soutn
front lots in Altura Park, 10 in each!
block. These lots are high and per-
from" Fort Bliss car line. The price for j
tne -u is oniy zzuu. tne Daiance oi
5S00 can be paid in 1 and 2 years.
D. G. Helneman, 207 St. Loui St.
Bell Phone 843.
1C0O ACRES NEAR THREE RIVERS
1500 good range cattle,
s room rock thouse furnished com
1 L- I
10 rcom servant House,
50 hogs and chickens,
o wa-ter rights.
"We have this propertj- at a bargain
for 30 days.
Holmnn & Hntch,er,
STY- FEET ON S. CA3EPBELL ST.,
CLOSE TO COURT HOUSE,
$2500 of this can run 5 years at 6
percent interest, balance Uo ibe ar
ranged. Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
"WE CAN SELL YOU A FIVE ROOM
COTTAGE FOR $3250.
Is new and attractive, and we can
accept a srftall cash payment. About
$1850 of this can be paid at the rate
of $25, at 6 percent interest, the $25
payment to include the interest. Noth
ing to match this in tfae city. See us
Lone Sr Land Co.,
213 Texas SL
$500 CASH AND $40 PER SiONTH
Will buy a mcern rd pressed brick
cottageof 5 rooms only a short walk
from the postofflce. Price $4000. Baa
business to pay rent when you can buy
on these terms.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
"WANTED Room close in for 2 young
men; also accommodations for auto
mobile. H. J., Herald.
FOR SALE Fine Durham Jersey cow.
7 years old; fresh: 3 gallons ; tested
for tuberculosis; $85. Block 10, Sac
ramento St., Grand View addition. O. J.
FOR RENT 5 room cottage, 1109 Ne
vada SL, barn, etc $35.
Holmnn & Hatcher,
FURNISHED ROOMS for single men.
1306 Magoffln4 Phone Bell 1160.
"WANTED A srood stenographer to ex
change dictation with view of taking
government examination . to be held
here on September 24th. 6 years ex
perience In government service. "W.
A 88. Herald.
From 5 to 500 acres below Juarez from
?30 to $60 per acre.
See Holman & Hatcher,
"WANTED Position by experienced
male stenographer; law office pre
ferred; best references, reasonable sal
ary. Apply "W., care Herald.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms. 815 N. Florence.
Part of the house brings in 535 per
month. Your own rent FREE and $5
besides. The 7 rooms are beautifully
and completely furnished, even to
linen and the price for everything Is
350. The 'house Is located in one of
the best districts. See this.
R. C. Bailey Land Co
306 Mesa. (Orndorff Hotel.)
VALLEY LANDS AND RANCHES.
All sizes, prices to suit. See
Holman & Hatcher,
FOR RENT Two modern housekeep
ing rooms with sleeping porch. 1311
WANTED English speaking girl to do
housework, family of 3; good home to
tho right party. 1141 Arizona.
STOLEN From residence at 3o23 FriT
tas SL, one parrot, Mexican, with rov
6,f purple feathers around its bill. "Will
pay $5 reward and no questions asked
. ; - ,
Too iate To Classify.
BEFORE YOU ORDER GLASSES
Visit the different optical offices and
see who is best equipped to fit your
eyes and who has the proper machinery
to make t'he lenses after the eyes are
fitted. Inspect them all and then come
jjere an(j iet me show you how glasses
i should be fitted and made to hx. l
lenses in this city, that is the reason
my glasses are always right.
Geo. D. Kendall,
2 OS .Mesa Ave. j
CURTAINS CLEANED Phone
COME AND SEE HOLM AN & HATCH
ER for real estate bargains.
WANTED Firstclass carpenters and
mill men. Apply Frank Powers' plan
COZY BEDROOMS close In.
FOR SALE 3 chair barber shop and
bath. 104 X. Stanton.
! "WOULD GIVE firstclass "'room and
! board to gentleman and couple Tor
I firstclass Trice: private family; best
j residence district; references given and
E. Rio Grande. Bell
EL PASO LODGE, NO. ISO, A. F. A. M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
L. E. Gillett. W. M.
E. W. S. Neff, Secy.
Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.; hours 10 a. w. to 12 m. j agpln by his children. Albert, despite
. I his youth, had secured employment, but
A. & A. S. RITE OF FREE MASONRY. Earl, age 17, who joined the family
Meets the second and third Mondays j later, had, like his father, been unsuc
of each month in Masonic Temple. cessful. Little Mary, age 12, completed
W. H. McCnIIocgfc. Secy. the helpless family.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,' ."The" Smith., ("d "0t retUIn that
PR4TRRV4T, BROTHERHOOD HALL. night, the family became alarmed. The
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
"rp "DTf1rPTTT?"FCi AT?
"U A ilVl UXWCiO J
I71HE FALLING- WALLS '
Henry Shedd and reu oooa
-1 . - I
root UL tue XX1U iuc .x...0i v. .
of which shows the wall falling on
mayor RoDinson OTjd tne frexnan. The
? ls n0t Tf ll vJ? '
u- Uliy- " "" -" -o ,
away from the "wall and falling to-theabove teiegram to The Herald
street. Another view which was talcen
, of the building Sunday morning shows
! the firemen cutting the cornice of the
j building and another sho-ws the aerial
laridpr heincr removed from the wall an
instant before the wall fell.
. ... , . .
AMEHIOAtJ BANK S
The American National bank vault in
the burned Buckler building was open
ed Thursday morniner by cashier J. M.
Wyatt and everything found in per- I
iiki eonmr on ann notninir missinn.
rrhR fire Ma not reaoh rh valuahl na- I
pers and jewels which were stored In I
V n..l- I AAV.SA TTr..f Jt nnltMy
"-"c 'i,u,4 allu U,01"C1 . i.CCia
as if he had the weight of the big steel
vault lifted from his shoulders.
"O-OT Tirn A TTOrrtTnT TT A C i
XSLETA HOTEL HAS I
BOUG-HT ICE PLANT i
Ysleta is to put on some more city J Aldrich has been a strict advocate of
airs. They will be cool ones for the I county option, while Dahlman is as
Ysleta hotel has bought the ice plant openly tts -opponenL Both Shallen
which has been furnishing cracked ice i berger and Cady took' the middle
for the hotel for the past 10 year. The j ground on the question,
ice making machine is to be establish- J United States senator Burkett and
ed in the valley town to furnish the congressman Hitchcock secured the
cold stuff to the valley folks and keep i nomination for the senatorshlp bv
things cool for the hotel. heavy majorities. x
ON MILLS BUILDING-
The boxing for the first floor of the j
southwest unit of the Anson Mills build
ing is being constructed and the last
section of the floor will be poured
Friday and Saturday. The second floor
columns on this part of the structure
will then be set up and the boxing for
the second floor started.
FIVE 3IORE OPINIONS
BY NEW MEXICO COURT
Fireman Die From Injuries; Assess
ment Roll in From Several Coun
ties; Arrests by Mounted
Santa Fe, N. M., Aug. IS. Five more
opinions, making 22 thus "far handed
down at this session, are announced by
the territorial supremo courL In the
case of Aaron Gray, appellee, vs. New
Mexico Pumice Stone company, et al.,
from Valencia county, involving the
foreclosure of a lienj on a parcel of
land, the judgment oi the lower court
-was affirmed. In the case of John
King, appellant, vs. Levi Taber, from
Union county. Involving payment for
372 tons of hay, the judgment of the
lower court was affirmed upon payment
of a remitittur for $144.26. In the case
of the Chicago, Rock Island and EI
Paso railwaj company s. Jacob "Wert
heim, appellee, from Quay county, in
volving a claim of $400 damages for
the burning of TVertheim's pasture
from a locomotive spark, the judgment
of the lower court for $100 was affirm
ed. In the case of Emmet "Wirt, Eu
genio Gomez and Felix Garcia, appel
lants, vs. George "W. Eutz and com
pany from Rio Arriba county, the judg
ment of the lower court was affirmed
upon1 payment of a remitittur of $52,
the suit being brought for damage-: 'for
wool cut from sheep that were replev
ied. In the case of L. E. McRae and
T. C. Gregory, appellants, vs. Domi
nick Cassau. appellee, Involving a claim
for rent on a house used for Immoral
purposes, the judgment of the lower
court was affirmed.
Fireman F. B. Good, Injured in a
wreck on the Denver and Rio Grande
near this city, died of his Injuries, hav
ing been literally cooked in the steam
from the wrecked engine to which he
was held fast. A sad incident of his
death is the fact that he was engaged
to be married.
Territorial traveling auditor Charles
V. Safford today received the flrt as
sessment rolls for 1910. The total as
sessment returned for the counties is
as follows: Luna, $2,204,038; Curry,
$2,269,997; McKinley, $1,168,304; So
Capt. Fred Fornoff of the territorial f
mounted police has reported the arrest
by mounted policeman Apolonio A.
Sena, of Las Vegas, of men" at Santa
liosa. and the recovery of the horses
they are alleged to have taken in Lin-
EL PASOAN'S FATHER
DIES AT OROGRANDE
W. P. SroitlL Sixty Years Old
Dies TVTiile Hunting
Alamogordo, N. M., Aug. IS. A man's
body found near the railroad track this
side of Orogrande, has proved to be that I
of W. P. Smith, of Round Rock, Tex.,
a member, of the W.eO. W. He has a
daughter In El Paso, Mrs. L. F. Robey.
Smith was 60 years of age Heart fail
ure is the supposed cause of his death.
Burial will be made here.
After vainly seeking work in El
Paso, a widower with a large family
of children, W. P. Smith, met death
near Alamogordo while still looking
for the opportunity to toil. In many
j respects his case is peculiar.
About six months ago, Smith came to
EI Paso with his three children. He
had been thrown out of employment at
McGregor, Tex., where he had lived for
four years. Here he lived with his
daughter, Mrs. L. T. Robey, and her
husband, who reside at 1409 East Over
But Monday morning the father evi
dently' gave up his search for employ-
j ment in this'City. He told his youngest
i son, Albert, age 13,Mhat he was going
1 mit to iook for -rvfrrv w -- nnfwopn
' ,-.;. t i , , .
ousjjciibc .: urujteu umy -Dy ine mes
sage which arrived Wednesday night. J
It was from the sheriff at Alamogordo,
and said that Mrs. Robey's name and
addr,ess nad been found on the dead
immediately, the daughter started on
-M 3 tfi. OV11.
sne naa entified the bodv of her
father and that interment Avould be
Xo f urther Particulars were known by
tne 'husband until he was shown the
also is survived by another married
daughter who lives in Decatur, 111.
CADY IN NEBRASKA
DaHlman Leads Democrats
ita Nomination for Guber
Omaha. Neb., Aug. IS. The Bee an
nounces tfiiis morning that CaIy prac-
!..,. . . w "
?lCV5 conceaes his defeat by Aldrich
'? 'neCe!.r lne Republican homina
tion for governor and that Aldrich
claims maWiH. t .. -,nnnn -, .
"" " " "-'" "-' "' " iU'wuu- l
." iu aunng tne
campaign, expresses the opinion that
Aldrich won by a small majority and
also that Dahlman has secured the
JOHNSON MAJORITY OVER
30,000 IN CALIFORNIA.
Insurgents Gain Two 3Iember In Con-
gressional Elections Regulars Re
turn Four Men to Lower House.
San Francisco, Cal.. Aug. IS. Con
gressional returns today give the regu
lars four and insurgents three nomi
nations, a gain of two for the latter
as fhe result of the recent Republican
primaries. Johnson's plurality for gov
ernor Is estimated at 30,000.
Describes His Contracts with
Indians as ' ' Plain Busi
Sulphur, Okla.,Awg. IS. J. F. McMur
ray, whose contracts with the Indians
allowing him 10 percent fees on the
sale of $30,000,000 worth of land is the
subject ofvinvestigatlon by congress,
went on the stand before the special
congressional committee today. Mc
Murray described his contracts as a
"plain business deal."
McMurray said his relations began
with the Indians when he was employed
In 1899 by the Choctaws and Chlcka
saws to appe before the Dawes com
mission to keep down the enrolment of
the tribe. Each, enrolment with its
claim on the government was worth
$5000. He said he kept 3100 claimants
off the rolls and estimated his fee was
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Friday, partly cloudy weather.
For New Mexico: DocaJ showers to-
ui&ui oi r nun.. 'W
For West Texas: Tonight and Fri
day partly cloudy, weather; cooler to
night In east central portion.
6 a. m. Highest temperature at El
jfaso last -4 nours. 'j a degrees; lowest
last 12 hours, 73 degrees. v-
Clondcroft "Weather. "-
Cloudcroft, N. M., Aug-. 18. TVeather
9 a. m.: Pa?t 24 hours Partly cloudy,
calm; maximum 68; minimum 4S; pre
7 AND RELEASED ON BOND
Fred Collins, a ranchman of El Paso
county, was placed under arrest Tues
day on the charge of having two horses
in his possession which had been smug
gled across the river. He gave bond
before commissioner George B. Oliver
aiid was released until his preliminarv
hearing is held.
M02TEY AKD METALS.
New York tiotatIoni.
CBv Associated iPre"
New York, Aug. IS. Call money
Prime mercantile paper, 56 per
cent. CIocin:r 'tuotatloBn Today.
Bar silver, 53.
Desilverize ;ead, ?4.404.50.
Copper, easy, standard spot. $12.12 &
12.37; Sept.. $12.12 12.37.
eiter (.at- .ouis quotation, i-niu,r
-Uexican Collars. 44c
Current rrmejter Q.uotAiioiiS.
Ei Paso Smelter.!
Bar silver 53
Copper wire bars
CoDDer Cathode fcts. Der lb
T r.nA f1 Ar... r iluo nrloT 1 1 ? sS d9l
Lead (New Yorlc sares prices) . '. . .54.40
Bar silver o2.Sa
Copper 12.44 j
NEW YORK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald fror
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Amer. Smelters . . . 68 14
Anaconda T.V 39
Colo. Fuel & Iron 31.
Erie Ry 26
M..-K. & T 33i
Mo. Pac ." 54 k
Sa rf i mx?
Southern Pac 116-A
Union Pac ..' 1696
U. S. Steel, com 724
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
iBy Special Wln to The Hralcl from
H. H. Bru Co- Globe. Aria.)
Ariz. Commercial ., .
Best. Corb .,-..
Calumet & Ariz .7"?.
Miami T. ..
Nevada Con . .
North Butte 29
nu t- s o
Shannon ... .. ..".. ." ." . ." ." . ." '. . . ." ." 10
Sup. &. Boston S
Sup. & Pittsburg 11
U. S. Smelters, com 39
U-iah Con . . 24
Utah Copper 464
(By Special .Wire to The Kerald from
H H. BruCo.. Globe. Ariz..)
A t-w -"vririYi .- A on.
VUVkUO ........................ . l-iu
Cal. & Montana 1
Chlno Coo. Co 14 i
! Chemung ?. ........... 6
ialet uon 1
Cordova, pt pd, Asked 25c
Cordova, full pd. Asked 2
Denn-Arlz : 3
Ely Cent 1 1-16
Goldfield Con ' ".T7."S 7-16
Inspiration Cop S 7-16
Live Oak Dev 18
-aason Valley :... S
Nat. Mng. Exp .. 23c
New Keystone '. 3&
Ohio Copper 2
Pinto Copper 15c
Ray Central 2 7-16
Bar Consolidated" 19
San Antonio, pt pd 7 6
Superior & Globe, pt pd 20c
Grain and Provisions.
Chicaeo Grain. Close.
$1.01 i 1.0H
1.05 1.05 Vs
Sept $11.S7 11.90
Oct , 11.S0
Kansas City Lirssttck. Clnio
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. IS. Cattle
Receipts 4500, including 2000 southern;
strong to 10c higher. Native steers,
?4.15S.OO; southern steers, $4.005.25;
southern cows. $2.75 4.25; native cows
and heifers. $2.607.00, stockers and
feeders. $3.256.00; bulls, $3.004.25;
calves. $4.00 7.75; western steers, $4.25
7.25; western cows. $2.75 4.75.
Hogs Receipts 5000; steady to weak.
Bulk. $S.50S.S0; heavy. SS.408.70;
Pfers and butchers. $S.50S.S5; light, j ipd. liquidation of the Pearson svndl-
f-90,. Jnnn. .... ... joate. It would seem as if all the un-
tonr$l70r50r lambs S6:00690rfed
wethers and yearlings, $4.005.50; fed
webiern ewes, .o.-oi-i.jo.
Chicago Livestock. ;!r.,-...
Chicago. 111.. -Aug. 18. Cattle Re
ceipts 7000; steady. Beeves, $4.60
8.30; Texas steers. JS.oO'g'S.eS; western
steers, $4.00g'6.65; stockers and feed
ers, $4.00 6.15; cows and heifers, $2.50
G.35; calves. $6.30(S.50.
Hogs Recelnt- 16 000: slow. Light,
$S.45S.90; mixed, $7.908.80; heavy.
$7.60roS.45; rough, $7.607.S5; good to
dhoice heavy. ?7.85(3)S.45; pigs. $S.50'Sp
S.D5: bulk. $S.0OS.30.
Sheep Receipts 20.000: steadv; lambs
weak. Native. $2.504.50: western,
$2.756v50; yearlings, $4.255.60;
lambs, native and western. $ 4.75 6.75.
?holdin ..co t. SH CM CSMF
New York Confident.
New York, Aff- 1S Cotton opened
at a decline owing to reports of more
general rains In Oklahoma, with cloudy
weather and scattered showers in Tex
as and a pronTise of more rain before
night. The downward movement early
in the session was small because many
did not believe all the rain reports cir
culated. Very little effect was notice
able in August option, and Octobek and
December movea lower on small Mar
gin. The weather may shows some
precipitation, but not as great as ex
pected at any point. There sems to
weakness on the part of many crop
reporters to exaggerate rain fall, eith
er through Ignorance or purpose, and
the trade has come to regard them with
suspicion and wait for government re
ports. Late in the ssMon there was
some improvement and new crop op
tions sold above the openings. The
volume of trade was small.
New Orleans Steady.
New Orleans, La.. Aug. IS. Local
cotton opened lower and rulod gen
erally steady today. There were some
rains over Texas in lTght and scat
tered showers. Oklahoma reports
mans good sowers. Spots are steady
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, "WOOL AND COTTON.
with sales restricted to small offer
ings. Liverpool Spots Quiet.
Liverpool. Eng.. Aug. IS. The spot
division ruled quiet today, but prices
show a liberal advance. Sales are small
because the offerings are small, but
thp turnover is made on a basis of
S.39d for American middling which- is j
10 English points higher. The value in
American money is $16.78. Imports 100
bales. American futures opened steaa
on a range of four to. six English
points higher -and ruled steady. .
St. Louir W""i. lt3.
?t T.rmi? Mn Antr IS. "Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums, 1S
I 23; fine mediums, lfcfoo. tint-, 1417.
j QUIET ADJUSTMENT
TO NSW CONDITIONS
I . A r 044-
Uneasiness Over Money bit-
uation Is Xot Indicated
bv the Facts.
Says Henry Clews in ins weeh.i
The business interests of tUe coun
try are taking a needed period of rest
for recuperation. Our credit machin
ery and our commercial arrangements
have .been more or less out of gear,
and readjustment is necessary. It is
preferable that this be done quietly
and gradually rather than violently.
This process of quiet adjustment to
new conditions is now progressing very-
satisfactorily, and if a few additional
weoks of rest can be enaureu d iu
impatient commercial spirit of the
country it will be to the advantage of
While the general situation is not
without drawbacks and uncertainties,
the tendency is certainly towards im
provement. The rest cure Is at last
producing positively beneficent results,
especially in tie money market. Not
long ago there was well founded ap
Drehenslon. both at home and abroad,
'. that a serious money squeeze would de-
; velop this fall. Fortunately, however,
' such apprehensions have already un-
i noiv linnMottnn ?n RtTMks- eontrac-
tensive liouidation in stocks, contrac-
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: tion in mans, tuuscnausui ui w.ivv-.w.
! liquidation hi commodities, slackness
in traae, UDerai imporxatiuas uj. slu
and continued rising of bank reserves
I have all contributed to afford real and
perfectly natural relief to the monetary
situation. It was feared that, owing
to the large land and grain specula
tion in thewest, the interior banks j
WUUIU IJOL Be U.U1C tU llilHlK; ilia K.i.-utJo
this season without unusua assistance
from eastern bankers; but for the rea
sons just stated these fears have cou
siderably diminished. As business re
quirements are slackening, and money
appears to be accumulating in all prin
cipal money markets of the world, un
necessary uneasiness regarding the
moentary article should be dismissed
at once; for at Phe worst nothing more
than temporary stringency or merely
-local difficulties are to be expected.
The crop situation is not all that was
desired. The country was greatly in
need of bumper crops in order to lower
cost of food products and' reduce the
cost of living. - The present agricul
tural outlook is for an average general
result. According to the last report of
the department of agriculture the con
dition of all crops combined on Au
gust 1 was 6.5 percent lower than a
year ago and 5.3 percent lower than
the average of the past ten years. This
low condition will of course be offset
by Increases in acreage, and a largo'
crop of earn Is now likely, possibly
3.000,000,000 bushels. It must be re
membered, however, that the crop is
more than two weeks late and, there
fore. In particular danger of early
frost. Should we have a satisfac
tory yield of corn it will do much to
offset shortages in other directions. It
Is also to be noted with satisfaction
that the wheat yield is turning out
much better than at one time expected.
Tne poor condition of cotton is an old
story and has been amply discounted.
Caution th,e Rule.
In business circles a very quiet and
conservative tone prevails. Some slack-
ening in the demand for-merchandise
at the hands of distributors is observ-
able, but no serious reaction. Manu
facturers are moving cautiously, and
in some lines of industry there has
been considerable lessening of activ
ity. The iron trade has taken its full
share of depression, due partly to less
ened, purchases by railroads and also to
a falling off in building operations, the
latter being estimated as much as 25
percent. If all accounts prove true,
depression has been keenest in struc
tural lines. Our great textile indus
tries are quiet, but not unduly de
pressed. The general situation as a
result of recent liquidation is much
sounder, and as soon as harvest is over
trade should again become normal.
On the' stock exchange, a decidedly
better feeling prevails. Prices 'have
now recovered from five to 15 points
since the depression which accompan-
llt,?110.1 havt b.een
ft had b M""f & rf.c S 4IT !
i.t , "I. " 1 :. "w
v.iuri in iriiiMin i-iniiiiinri ntr t- nk 3 rv
is that of net earnings. The volume of
tiiiu.ii; appears zo De weu sustained.
proving that business is not falline- off
as much as some suppose, and the chief j dent which occurred Tuesday afternoon,
concern of railroad managers now lied ! details of the accident has been re
in the direction of keeping down ex- ceived here, although a message to
penses and If possible securing better 1 United States attorney S. Engelking at
rates. Both of these elements are ques- noon Thursday stated that the boy was
tions for the future. Current reports in a critical condition. Mr. Oliver left
show that most of the roads are doing Thursday morning for Cloudcroft.
-, tjiswi, v. v-vuiju Ar7WJJfc LUC VI-
f S Jf (nAlflrPAi1 nM ,1 t I
't'" "- "iv-iciwcu a.j,.-.a iiirj) gruvving
expenses and consequently reporting
smauer net earnings. it Is still too
early, however, to assume that divi
dends wilil have to be reduced.
Confidence is growing stronger in
"Wall street, and there is a noticeable
freedom from disturbing rumors.
Stocks taken over by strong Interests
during the recent liquidation ace not
for sale, and this is an important fac
tor of strength. -
Our bankers recognize that the worst
thing which could happen at this time
would be a fresh outbreak of specula
tion. What Is most desiroJ is mod
erate activity, and fluctuations within
Company owns a large deposit of monzonite, (Porphvry) copper at
Bent (Otero Co.). New Mexico, 12 miles from Tularosa station, and is com-
Sletintr the first unit of its concentrating- mill, which will be in operation
j July 1st next.
Issued capitalization 550,000 $5.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
p. P. Kern, President Southern Tron & Equipment Conroany, Atlanta Ga.
Consulting- Engineer, H. Vincent Wallace, Wallace & Surairerhayes, 519-20
Trust Bids-., El Paso.
Stock listed on New York Curb. For quotations see Financial Column
We recommend the above enterprise as an investment of unquestloni
Sip1WKr"BSSt:rES.cs l mmm k. fabrimgtcis & go..
kluuns Market Lrttera. J Established 1000. ST-4S Wall St., Xew YotJ: Olrx.
ANGELUS HOTEL BAR
Just around the corner on Mesa.
Have yon had an Angelus Fizz?
DR. LEE McINTOSH
! Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St.
DR. E. W. BRYAN
107 San Antonio St. Bell 2737.
HERMANS FURNITURE, CO.
j 114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash
DR. CARL SMITH
107 San Antonio St. Auto 215i.
lili, R. A. HIGGUVS, 305 S. Oregon.
Hospital for Horses and Dogs.
! Hair Dressing '
! ESTHER ALLEN, Manicuring.
211 st. Louis st. Beii
METROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO.
219 South Stanton. Both Phones.
Express and Baggage.
HIGHLAND PARK TRANSFFR CO.,
707 San Dieg-o St. Phone 1286.
S. D. Clifford. Manager.
Express and Baggage, Moving- Small
Honses, EtcJ Also sell aad rent bosses.
HEAVY RAINS DELAY
NEW MEXICO TRAINS
Wash&uts at Capelle Neces
sitates Use of Belen Cut
, off by Santa Fe. ,
East Las Vegas, N. M., Aug. 18. The
Santa Fe transcontinental line in north
eastern New Mexico, is out of commis
sion today as the result of cloudbursts
In this section last night, which washed
out three miles of track at Chapelle,
Ribera and Elota, N. Ml, and destroyed
several steel bridges.
It is announced at division headquar
ters here that the damage can not be
repaired for at least three days. In the
meantime all trains will be detoured
over1 the Belen cut off.
The torrential rains of last night con
tinue today with no sign of abatement.
Eastbound Santa Fe No. 2 is marooned
between two washouts, 25 miles east of
here. The loss to livestock and crops
from present floods is heaw.
ONE INCH FALL OCCURS
' IN VICINITY OF ROSTVELL
Roswell, N. M., Aug. 18. A one inch
rain fell here last night. The Pecos
fiver and tributaries are bank full. A
cloud bursb on the middle of the Ber-
rendo river carried away part of the
railroad bridge and the north bound
train is held here. Heavy rain, is fall
ing all over the range and the grass
is coming on fine.
Physicians Deny That Par
alysis Has Resulted from
Wound in Neck.
New York, N. 1 Aug. IS. Gay nor
passed a good night and is comfortable,
physicians said this morning after they
came from the sick room. Report had
it that lodgment of the bullet In the
throat was causing paralysis, but this
attending physicians said is not true.
TEXAS PENITENTIARIES HAVE
FOUR THOUSAND POPULATION
Report of the State Superintendent aad
Financial Ajreat Are Made Phb-
lic at Houston.
Austin, Tex.. Aug. 18. Superintend-
I ATlt TTOT-Tftio- Q ?ronrlol ere-r4- "D...
, ton of the Texas penItentiaries, made
l .,v,n ,,,. . Jn,T "o
U-" , the follnvinS on approval
i "- ", " " 1W """"& Ia xiuuston
yesterday. The reports show a balance
August 1, of over $21,000 receipts since
June 30, over $46,000 and disbursements
same period $42,000. There were over
3600 convicts In prisons August first.
WESTERN GOVERNORS PLAN
FOR CONSERVATION MEETING.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 18. Sev
eral delegations arrived last night and
more arrived today to attend a confer
ence of governors which will be .held in
governor Spry's office today to dis
cuss plans for presenting the "west's
Ideas to the conservation, congress
which meets In St. Paul next month.
Nine and possibly ten states will be
represented at the congress. The gen-
era! trend nt the oon-tpr.sa'Mfvn je.mn1
! to ho "that th itfltftR rnr.T.o iti
i oppose any indorsement of tlhe-Pinohot
t COMMISSIONER OLIVER'S BOY
INJURED AT CLOUDCROFT
Hutrhes. the 15 rnonths nlfl nn nt
r -- - - -
United States commissioner George
Oliver is in a critical condition at
' Cloudcroft from the effects of an accl-
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