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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, August 22, 1910.
Too Late to Classify.
- A LETTER FOR TOU.
Replies sent In care ci The Herald
office were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for aot
later than one week after being bulle
B. M. F.
H. P. -J.
O. 303 .
T. P .
V. 4- SS
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.
FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall.
FOR SALE 3 south front lots, corner
California and Brown, $2600; , terms.
Phone 1577. T. R. Francis.
FOR RENT Wfll lease 2 story new
residence, 10 rooms, boiler and laun
dry 1012 Noble St. 6 roonu, 606 Ne
vada. Phone 1577. T. R Francis.
FOR SALE 2 story brick residence.
10 rooms, steam heat, basement unaer
entire ho'use; no reasonable offer re
fused, good terms. Phone 1577. T. R
Francis. TkEED GLASSES? Ask Segall.
S5 ACRES NEAR BELEN
On macadam road; in good alfalfa,
balance practically level, house and
improvements. For 30 days only $ol20.
IIoLman & Hatcher, 11 Morgan Bldg.
FOR SALE One 10 H. P. Wagner mo
tor cutoff box, switch, everything com
plete; one Hall & Brown cutoff a-nd
rip saw, adjustable table, all iron
frame and table; one Hall & Brown
"Universal woodworker, almost new;
combination planer, cutoff and rip,
boring attachment, belting, shafting
complete; one 24 inch Drum sander,
wood frame. Address T. R. Francis,
?710 CASH- BALANCE $40 PER
MONTH. ZVO INTEREST.
Bus's a 4 room modern brick on
a corner- '
D owning & Crovrell,
209 Mesa Ave
REALTY CO. Valley
Ft RNITURE cleaned, repaired; finish
cl-anged to any color; fine work.
WANTED Position by capable young
man. Address C. W-, Herald office.
BROKEN GLASSES? Ask Segall.
W ISTBD To buy brick 5 room house
within S blocks from P. O.; state terms
and conditions. Box 848 B,
REALTY CO. Valley
1G00 AGUES SEAR THREE RIVERS,
1500 good range cattle, 200 horses. &
room rock house, furnished complete,
10 room servant house, 5 water rights.
We have this property at a bargain
for 30 days.
Holman. & Hatcher,
10 PERCENT ON INVEST3IENT 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.
209 Mesa. Ave.
YOU WILL NEVER KNOW THE
Between glasses until you have had
your eyes properly fitted a-nd glasses
made to order. Stock lenses are not
what you want, but especially ground
lenses made to equalize the rays of
light so necessary to everyone who
desires perfect vision.
Geo. D. Kendall,
20S Mesa Ave., Makes Glasses Bight.
EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segall.
6 room flat, Magoffin... $30.00
Two 2 room flats, Boulevard 10.00
F21 Boulevard, 8 rooms 40.00
821 Boulevard (furnished) 60.00
W. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building.
FOR SALE Small but firstclass and
well equipped dairy, having good route
already established. Fine opportun
ity for right party having some money.
Inquire at A. Courchesne, 315 Herald
building, or 1 miles above cement
$100 EVERY THREE MONTHS
Will buy a 9 room modern house on
ilundj Ave. Can arrange small cash
payment. This is a bargain at the
Do-rraing &. Crowell,
209 Mesa Ave.
FOR SALE One-half dozen good
heavy horses fit for cart work and es
pecially desirable for farm work; also
a few good heavy mules. Inquire at
A Courchesne, 315 Herald building, or
l1 miles above cement plant.
EYEGLASS COMFORT? Ask SegaII
FOR SALE 2 gas ranges.' 813 Myrtle.
FOR RENT 3 or 4 3arge comfortable
rooms and bath, unfurnished, In nice
home in most select part of city; no
children wanted. Jy I. H., care Herald.
FOR SALE SaloofC Only one, in small
thriving town. New 3Iexico; bargain
for quick buyer. Pay you to investi
gate; -money maker; sickness cause.
TV. W., Herald office.
REALTY CO. Valley
The firm of Palmer & Barnes,
plumbers, located at 109 W. Overland
St., have this day dissolved partner
ship, A. B. Palmer taking over the in
terest of F. P. Barnes.
All accounts due the firm are pay
able to A. P. Palmer, who also assumes
all indebtedness of the business.
FOR SALE 3 room tent .house, fur
bished complete; free rent of lots for
two years. 3020 Findley St.
NEWLY furnished rooms, elegant lo
cation, aH outside rooms, sleeping
porches, steam heated, modern con
veniences; close in. $2.50 to perman
ent parties; very desirable. Auto. 1593.
firstclass cook.' Phone
We have some, good business prop
erty close Tn at bargain.
Holman & Haicher, 3Iorgan Bids;.
FOR REXT 8 room 2 story brick. 1016
Montana. 147.50. HAWKINS BROS.,
MIST JJB "SOLD AT'ONGE Six room
brick on4N. Florence, ciose to Mon
tana, onlyv250 downr.'Sbalance month
ly. HAWKESTSx BROSM' "Homes Our
,wSpj?cIaty." Morgan building.
FINE ROOMS FOR RENT, fine loca
tion. 1119 San Antonio St.
For Sale Real Estate.
SPECIAL LAND BARGAINS.
100 acres 5 miles north of Las Cru
ces, Vz mile north Dona Ana station;
under Elephant Butte project, Leas
burg Diversion dam and on Dona Ana
ditch. Best bargain Ave know of at
$70 per acre.
S6 acres under 'Mesilla ditch. 2
miles from Mesilla Park, and Agricul
tural college. A great snap at $60 per
SATTLEY REALTY CO.,
Las Cruces. N. M.
- r - -m ' jf
1 ne moving .Bug win get
don't watch out. If he does, look over
the Herald For Rent columnsvouVe
Rates for Classified Ads.
One cent per word. No
charge less than $ .25
Six consecutive inser
tions, per word .05
By monther line 1.00
Too Late To Classify.
01 ACRES XX" ALAFALFA,
NEAR LAS CRUCES.
On macadamized road, 4 room house,
not and cold water, windmill, 3000 I
gallons, adobe shed 100 feet long, orch
ard of 200 young trees, part of which
will bear next year. Quick sale or
will trade for El Paso improved close '
in property. Act quickly on this. $20,-1
uiu n. iaKen at once.
Jo ha Barhricli
Insurance, Stocks, Bnfads,
Mines and Rancher,.
210 N. Stanton St.
20 of the best south front lots in
Altura Park, high and level, less than
one block from Fort Bliss car line.
$1400 cash, balance 1 and 2 years.
D. G .KeiHemaa, 207 St. Louis St.
WANTED TO RENT.
"We have several tenants for desir
able 5 and 6 room houses. Let us know
what you have.
Downing & Crowell,
209 Mesa Ave.
Now on an investment of $800. A fine,
compact, well paying cash business,
best of location, long lease, big per
centage of profits. Is paying the above
now, will be much higher commencing
next month. Suitable for man or w"o
man that will attend to business. Sell
Bailpy Land Co
306 Mesa Ave.
EACH $1-75 EACH.
Will bur 4 lots in block 96. "East El
Paso, adjoining Bassetfs addltloil at jured min, Mr. Eck, the contractor:
the head of Montana St. water, se.wer j Juan Urib th Mexican and conduc
gas. electric light and telephone; 1-3 t TC.,1V, ' !. .M
cash, balance 1 and 2 years.- These tor Wiilklns, arrived in Juaies.
lots are worth more monev. Sold .9 f tne hurt Mr. Eck was probably
last week in same block. s
H. G. Helneman, 207 St. Louis St. J
BUTCHER FIXTURES Will sell
cheap. 2 blocks, large meat refrig
erator, butcher's kettle, sausage stuf
fer, cash register and all fixtures. Ad
dress W. C, Herald.
PURE STRAIN RHODE ISLAND RED
a.7id brown Leghorn cockerels for
sale; would sell a few pullets with
eacUi cockerel, also a few pairs of
mated pigeons. Phone 2454 Bell.
VENDORS' LIEN NOTES FOR SALE
H. A., care Herald.
WANTED Positibn in soda fountain;
can make good syrups. Address t.
193, care Herald.
YOUNG- JAPANESE BOY wishes situa
tion as waiter or cook in family, city
or country. Address X. 194, care Her
ald. FOR SALE 19 good hens, 2 roosters,
buff Orpin gtons. 323 Alameda.
WANTED Cook in private famiily at
Tobln, Texas. Frank B.. Tobin, El Paso
and Franklin Sts. Phone 2271.
HOUSES CLOSE IN FOR RENT One
13 roemSj two 5 rooms and two 8
rooms, in complete repair. Frank R.
Tobin, El Paso and Franklin Sts.
FOR RENT Suite of nicely furnished
housekeeping rooms' at $15, at 314 S.
T OWN A LARGE BOIIY of trood com-
I moT-r'iol fi-nn otimatefl -f rift Oftft OftO
I -. W.- V, v,wb..Uww .. ww,-,
iTir T -rciH Vinnrl it mal-n ranv ft-T
rangements. Ben Jones, Globe. Ariz.
FOR SALE 7 sections of land, 200
stock cattle, 1 jack, at Alamo, Tex.
G. TV. Hawkins. Alamo, Tex.
EYEGLASS and spectacle wearers. The
most complicated lenses accurately du1
plicated at 4 hours notice. Estab
lished 1901. Ask Segall, El Paso Op
A BARGAIN-f480 acres 10 rittles from
Orchiltree, Texas; 90 percent illable;
$15 per acre. Will take some unin
cumbered property worth the money.
H.. box 127, Fort Stockton, Texas.
WANTED Middleaged white man will
take a job looking for a camp
or the like, or help for big profit. A.
M, care Herald.
804 N. Stanton, 3 rooms (fur.)
2917 Durazno St., 5 rooms
2919 Durazno St. 5 rooms
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. .
606 Nevada, 5 rooms
913 Mesa; 8 rooms
710 N. Oregon, 4 R. (fur.).
1413 Nevada St., 5 rooms
513 N. Campbell, 4 rooms .. ..
411 Willow St, 5 rooms ?..
Hafford & Collier,
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone
HAVE YOU ANYTHING TO TRADE?
We have a large 8 room house on
Upson Ave., 60x120 feet, south front,
that we can trade for vacant lots-or
for a 5 or 6 room cottage north of
tracks. If you want an elegant home,
or a good investment, let us tell you
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Over Watson's Grocery. Bell 491.
WANTED Firstclass cook; wages $5
and car fare. Only 2 In family. Phone
WANTED TO BUY-One and one-half
or two lots in a good residence neigh
borhood; must not be too far out from
business center. May be with 4 or 5 '
room house. State location a"nd price.
Address P. O. box 226. El Paso, Tex.
WANTED A mail with st -pump
clean cesspools. 3212 Tularosa.
EL PASO LODGE. NO. 130, A.F.&A,1I.
teguiar meetings 1st .nd 3rd
Wednesdays of each mo'nth.
L. E. Glllett. W. M.
E. W. S. Neff. Secy.
Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.; hours 10 a- m. to 12 m.
A. & A. S. RITE OP- FRM 3IASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month In Masonic Temple.
TV. K. 3IcCnHon;rh. Seer.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL.
1 EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
Caboose on Mexico North
western Is Overturned;
One Man Killed.
Francisco Franco, a Mexican laborer.
n-'oo IrlllJ rtl rtcrYi- .Tun n TTrfVf ft
Mexican, was severely bruised and I
sustained a broken arm, a-nd Amanuel
E. Eck, of the local contracting firm
of Eck & Meyser, sustained a dislo
cated jaw and painful chest bruises,
when the cab of a work train, en
route from Pearson to Xueva Casas
Grandes, left the track at 6:30 oclock
The party, composed of civil engi
pari, compuea oi umi .jjji-
Bouse and Terry, two Mexicans,
Mr. Eck, conductor Wilkins and engi
neer O'Toole, was returning from
Pearson when the cab left the track
and .tumbled down an embankment of
eight feet, the cab turning four times
before it finally came to a stop. Pran
cisco Franco was pinned under tne forX
ward trucks of tie the cab and death
was apparently instantaneous. He was
WRECK ON A ROAD
KILLS 01 IB
riding on the front platform with Juan . The plot of parking will be a dupli
fUrlbe when the accident occurred. The , cate of the parking that has been done
accident is believed to nave been due i hx, Vip r:. TT. nn its rlsrhf of wav be-
j to the light weight of the cab, not
having tonnage enough to hold it on
The wires from Nueva Csas Grandes
to El Paso were dowa and it was im
possible to communicate with the su
perintendent's office in Juarez. George
Butledge, superintendent of t'ae 1D1
Paso division, did not know of the ac
cident until the train bearing the in-
the most seriouslj injured. He sus
tained a dislocated jaw. face bruises
anjl bruises in the chest. He, was car
ried to his home. No." 616 Gladstone
street. He stated that he did not suf
fer much pain from his injuries and
had been assured by his physician that
hp Trmilrt snnn hs nut airaln. TTp ttbs
sitting on what is known as the "mon-
key box" in the cab when it left the
fl track as was conductor Wilkins. The
conductor escaped without serious in-
.ury. but will not immediately return
Juan Uribe was brought to an Er j
nospitai. naving sustained a
arm and other . minor injur-
ies. None of the civil epgineers were
iniured beyond being shaken up when
they jumped from thetop of the cab j
where they were riding. Nothing left !
the track but the cab, and the engine?
crew was not Injured. The injured
remained at the scene of the acci
dent until S oclock Friday night,
awaiting the arrival of the jefe po
litico, as required by Mexican law.
George Rutledge, superintendent of
the division, characterized the reports
of tfie accident as "hot air," hut de
clined to give a version of it- Mr.
Rutledge is the ranking official at El
Paso a-nd Juarez.
Mr. Eck's firm has the contract for
cement work at Pearson and on the
i MANY BIG- CHANGES
IN SANTA FE LINE
El Pasoans May Be Promot-!
rr S -. TJnr,.,li -C TT....1. 5
cu x i.vtim,,o xxuney s
When Chas. W. Kouns, general man
ager of the western lines of the Santa
Fe, succeeds the late -J. B. Hurley, as
it is reported he will, there will be a
number of changes in the Santa Fe line
up. It is said to be the understanding
Uiat F. L. Meyers, of the Rio Grande
division, with headquarters at San
Marcial, will succeed N. M. Kurn, super
intendent of the New Mexico, division,
-who will succeed R. J. Parker, general
superintendent of the western grand
division with headquarters at La Junta,
Colo., who will succeed Kouns at
Amarillo. This will leave a vacancy in
the office of superintendent of the RiJ
Grande division. It has not heen in
dicated who will succeed Mr. Meyers,
but he will probably be a man who has
risen from the ranks.
FEOM T. P. ROAD
John Block Alleges Thkt He
and Wife Were Forced
To Ride in Smoker.
That he and his wife were Insulted,
humiliated and forced to leave a Pull
man car and ride all night in a. smok
ing car by a Texas & Pacific con
ductor, are some of the allegations
made by. John H. Block, in his suit
for $10,000 damages filed in the 34th
district court in this county.
Plaintiff alleges that while he and
his wife were traveling from Ten-
I nessee to El Paso on a firstclass tick
et, and accepted as such until they
reached that part of their journey be
tween Fort Worth and Big Springs.
a conductor of tie T. & P. declared
e uuKei io oe gooa ior second class
pickness followed his wife's all night
rife in the smoker, declares the plain
tiff, and she has suffered much since
that time, wherefore he prays dam-
pages in the sum named. Jan. 4th.
Too Late To. Classify.
RUGS AND CARPETS.
We use the Vacuum process which
cleans your rugs or carpets without
removing them from the floor. Prices
reasonable. Martin. Bell 491.
FOR REXT Large front room, fur
nished, electric lights and bath. S01
J N. Virginia, upstairs. Phone Bell 1361.
you 11 you
1910,yis given as the date of the al
OF DAM RAILWAY
$1 Paso Concern Has Al
ready Set Its Men and
Teams at the Task.
Dirt was broken Thursday last by
the Petrolithic construction company,
which secured the contract for the rock
work and the grading for the Elephant
Butte & El-' Paso railroad. The work
was begun on Thursday because the
next day was Friday and Mr. Brady,
the contractor is an Irishman, and,
while not at all superstitious, does not
believe in undertaking a big contract
So, to kibosh the hoodo, Mr. Brady
a smalr force of men at work at
grading and removing rock Thursday
and the next day the work was started
Mr. Brady has assured the officials of
the" reclamation service that he is going
to smash records with the contract and
he has begun the work in record break
ing time after securing the contract-
., A .- T
; JLxi J i JAilJib ST .riiXrii. J.JLM
Work on wrecking the buildings on
the Southwestern's property between
"Wall and Main streets, has begun pre
liminary to the laying off of a park on
the property. The tennants have all
moved out and the grounds will be
, clearcd -n-ithin three weeks
I tween gtanton street and Mesa avenue.
, -rhen tne park is completed the South-
western's general office will be in clear
view of San Jacinto plaza.
-A2IARILLO HAS TROUBLE WITH
FLOODS; BRIDGES WASH-OUT
AmarilloJ&Texas, Aug. 22. This city is
practically cut off from the world, north
and east, on account of a nine-foot rise
in the Canadian river, which has swlpt
all railroad bridges. Trains over -the
Denver road are detoured through Tu
cumcari and compelled to go 300 miles
in order to cover a distance of 70 miles.
The Santa Fe is having trouble on
both, sides of this city and some fear is
felt for the bridges on the Rock Island
oast of here. Unless there is a speedy
fall in the volume of water in the Cana-
dian and "Other nearby rivers the pres-
ent condition may continue for 6. week.
as oriage Dunaers una it aimostumpos-
sible to accomplish anything in the face
01 ine I'ooas,
vi.-w.ua tiat is.-ii:ws s-akia. '
st uuiLuiAbj a" -
vr F. Fltrhr. nf v.i pn Vm fiii
suit in the 41st district court for $2000
damages against the El Paso & North-.
eastPrn rafiwni- Piinti!T ,n fh :
sparks from a passing engine caused I
the loss I by fir, of certain buildings '
an(j contents near Fort -RH?;
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
J. N. Seale has been employed
brakeman at the local yards of"
Train auditfir Baker, of the Southern'
Pacific "between Yuma and El Paso, i
was in the city Sunday. ;
A. T. Simpson, traveling' freight
agsnt of the B. & O., with headquar
ters at Dallas, is in the city.
the G. H., has returned from a vaca- j
tion of 30 days at New Orleans.
H. J. Simmons, general manager of
the Southwestern, returned Sunday j
from a trip over the western division, j
nected with" the auditor's nffioe nf the 1
G. H.. at Houston, was in El Paso Sun-
"4"lot. - on .rnnU - PoHfflrnlo t-r V.?e- fo
iin c fc" - v"" '
S. C. Gardner, assistant district su
perintendent of the Pullman company,
returned Monday from a four days' trip
to Chihuahua and other northern Mex
ico points. '
A. W. Dunbar, manager of the G. H.
telegraph office, has obtained a leave
of absence for 30 days and has gone
to Los Angeles. A. S. Stewart will
serve in Mr. Dunbars absence as man-
ager of the office.
Mr. and' Mrs. A. N. Brown, of Chi- j
I cago, are expected Tuesday. Mr. Brown
is general traffic manager of the
Southwestern. Roger Brown, their
son, is i'n the city, the guest of Jack
Jack Quick, a former dispatcher for
the Mexican Central. cn.mp nn nrir
from Madora, Chihuahua, en route to I
Pearson where he is to take service
with the Mexico North Western road.
He has been in the service of the road
at Madera. ,
Capt. Robt. H. Bishop. agentV for the
G. H. at the Stanton street station.
went up to Cloudcroft "Sunday on a
vacation. Roy Martin, assistant city
passenger and ticket agent, is hold
ing down the job in Mr. Bishop's ab
sence. Martin is also holding down I
the position of city ticket atrent in
the absence of agent Monroe.
Waltej- Douglas, second vice presi
dent of the Southwestern, headquar
ters at Douglas, spent Sunday in the
city and left in the evening for Daw
son. Mr. Douglas had his golf sticks
with him and had a game with friends
at the Country club course during the
NEGRO IS ARRESTED ON
COMPLAINT OF A MOTHER.
P. W. McLum. a nepro, who came
here recently from Douglas, Ariz., and
i5? said to be conductinc: a saloon in
Juarez, was arrested at noon Monday
by- constable Brown, charged with crim
inal assault on Willie Jefferson, a 14
yearold negro girl. The complaint was
sworn out by tbe trirl's mother, who
charges that the crime was committed
in a room over the Elite saloon on the
corner of Fourth and El Paso streets.
RAIN FALLS AT FORT-
STOCKTON WHEN NEEDED
Fort Stockton. Tex.. Aug. 22. A light
rain fell here Saturday afternoon, which
will very materially help the farmers
and especially benefit the ranchmen,
some of whom. are In need of stock
Corn is in silk and tassel anil neces
sarily needs rain, while many surface
tanks on the ranches are dry or nearly
so, and this shower comes just at the
time to be of great benefit.
MONEY AND -METALS
NeTT YorK Quotations.
(By Associated Press.'i
New York. Aug. 22. Call
Prime mercantile paper, 5g
Closlnc limitations Today.
Bar silver, 52.
Desilverized lead, firm, $4.I04.50.
Spelter Firm; 55.35 5.40.
Copper, easy, standard spot. $12.12
12.37; Sept., $12.12 12.37.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation)
Mexican dollars. 44c. (
Current Mnellcr Quotations.
El Paso 3mflter.'-
Bar silver 52 vi
Copper wire bars 12 9-16
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.)... 12 7-16
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sS, d9
Lead (New York saies prices) $4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver 52.85
Copper .T 12.44
(By Special Wire zo The Herald froi
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Jclz.)
American Smelters 67
Colo. Fuel & Iron 30
Erie Ry. 25
M. K. & T. 32
Mo. Pacific 52Sfc
Rock Island ,31
Southern Pacific 114
LTnion Pacific 167
U. S. Steel, common 70
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
iBy Special Wirt. 10 The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co GlobeArlz.)
Arizona Commercial - 17
Boston Corbin . 13
Calumet. & Arizona 61
Copper Range 66
Glroux ...r t. ... . 6
Greene Cananea .1 7
Miami 19 V
Nevada Con '. 20
North Butte 2S J
Old Dominion . 37
Superior & Boston S34J
Superior & Pittsburg 11 Is
U. S. Smelters, common 3S
Utah Con ., 24
Utah Copper 45
(By Special Wire to The herald from
H H. Bru Co.. Globe,- Ari3
! Ariz.-Mich.. pt. pd! 15c
i Cactus . 1?
j Qal. & Montana ! ! 1
! .Chino Cop. Co 14
J Chemung T. 6
Cordova, pt pd. Asked
Cordova, full pd. Asked
Den-n-Ariz . 3
Ely Cent ....yC....l 73c
Goldfield Con' S 3-16
Inspiration Con ...' 8 3-16
Live uaic uev is
Mason Valley ...., 7 ?i
?tat" " M"- ExP A 20c
' Keystone . .t ZM
hio CPPer 1 13-16
lnto Copper 15c
J" Central 20
Ray Consolidated -18i
i San Antonio, pt pd . 5;ouIphur bprins valley feunday atter-
Superior & Globe, pt pd.-: 20c
Grain and Provisions.
Cliicaco Grala. Cloe.
Sept $ 9914
Dec l.o:: 1.03
Septx .'. 60
Dec 5S & oS &
Chicago Provisions. Close.
Chicago, 111., Aug- 22.
ceipts ,26,000; steady to
Beeves, $4.80S.50; Texas steers. $3.70
tf?3.S5; western steers, $4:00 7.00;
stockers and feeders, $4.10 6.20; cows
and heifers, $2.606.a0; calves, $6.50
Hogs Receipts 24,000; strong to 5c
higher. Light. $S.65(g'9.10; mixed, $8.15
U.00; heavy, $7.S5S.70; rough, $7.S5
iZS.05; good to choice heavv, SS.05
8.70; pigs, $8.709.15; bulk, $S.25
' Sheep Receipts 3S.000, 10c lower.
Native, $2.50S4.50; vi stern. $2.75
4.70; yearlings, $4.505.60; lambs, na
tives and western, $4.75 3.83.
Ft. Worth Livestock. Close.
Kansas City. Mo.. Aug. 22. Cattle
Receipts 17.000. including 3000 south
erns: steady to 10c higher. Native
steers. 54.50S.00; southern sters,
$4.005.25: southern cows, $2.604.25;
native cows and heifers. $2.507.00;
stockers and feeders, S3.006.00; bulls,
$3.004.25; calves, $4.007.75; western
steers, $4.2o7.2o; western cows $2. o
Hogs Receipts 4000. 5 10c higher;
bulk. $8.50S.90; heavy, $S.35(ZrS.60:
packers and butchers. $S.60S-90;
Sheep Receipts 5000; steady. Mut
tons. $3.754.50; lambs, $6.007.00; fed
wethers and yearlings. $4.005.25; fed
western ew-es, $3.50 (3 4.25.
Fort Worth Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth. Tex., Aug. Z2. Cattle
Receipts 35C0; hogs 750? steers steady,
$6.00: cows steady, $3.50; calves
Hogs Higher. S9.05.
New YorU Market.
New York. Aug 22. The first trades
in the contract di ision of cotton here
today were Ave to ten points higher
than finals Saturday, but there was
apparently little support and the mar
ket easily sold to fractionally lower
levels. The movement to short was
heavy for this season of the year, es
pecially from Texas. The receipts from
Houston today aggregate 10.326 bales
against 6659 a year ago. At Galveston
J the receipts were 6696. compared with
3909 a year ago. The receipts were
heavy at all principal ports. Spots are
steady with small chances.
Liverpool, Eng. Vug 22. Spot cot
ton rules quiet today, with prices
STOCKS AND BOITOS, COPPESS,
GKAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AUD COT-TGtf.
three English points higher at &32d
for American middling, or $16.62 Amer-
ri n t 1uac C! lc- o y Oflti Ttt fl "fori fl.t
4000 bales. Futures oDened one and I
one-half to six points higher and ruled i
ew Orleans Market.
New Orleans. La., Aug. 22. The lo
cal cotton spot market rules quiet
with small changes. Sales here are
M. LohI?- U'nni. llose.
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 20. Wool steady.
St. Louis, Mo., Aug-. 22. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums, 18
23; fine mediums1820; fine, 147.
Police Secure Missive Writ
ten to Fred D. HH1 Held
in City Jail.
When Fred D. Hill, arrested by the
police Saturday and held on a charge
of swindling, was -searched at police
headquarters, there was found on his
person a letter addressed to him, writ
ten, by one John Gilbert. The letter
was writen in German. The police state
that, it contains evidence which will be
used against the young man when, the
cases go to trial.
Owing to the fact that the investiga
tions of the police .department are to
be used to catch all possible conspira
tors, they will not divulge all of the con
tents oif the German -letter. It is stated
m the letter that the .writer has sent
to Fred D. Hill a money order for 42
and referred to a land deal.
The federal government may take a
step i:i the matter, and the letter may
be used as evidence.
The police would not ajve the address
of John Gilbert the writer of the letter.
LOSES HJS PLACE
iW. A. Mitchell Gets Job.
Miller Says Mitchell
Owes Hall Money.
C. E. Miller, county jailer since May
2, 1809, was succeeded Monday morning
bv W. A. Mitchell, late candidate for
Mr. Miller bears the reputation oi
having made a fine record as jailer and
the news of his dismissal was received
with regret in many quarters.
Concerning the matter, Mr. Miller
Monday morning had the following to
"I was, notifed by Mr. Hall Saturday
afternoon at 2:30 that I would be suc
ceeded at once bv Mr Mitchell- He gave
as his reason that he had loaned Mitchell
money during the campaign.
"As for the kind of a record I have
made. I refer the -Dublic to the records
of the grand jurv and the countv coxn-
I . . w - n . . . -r .
V all OI V atei HTOHl UlOlld-
hnr5f" "RrPfl 1-Q TTnrm
UlLLfcl JDlfdlvb UUUli
I " iHcox. Ariz., Aug. 22. A clotidbirrst
i "which occurred in the northern part or
noon, reached "WIllcox at 11 o'clock p. m.
in ine snape oi a wan oi water two
This flood had probably graveled 30
miles or nore. The protection levee
around thetown kent most of the flood
out of the business section, but not
withstanding this, water encroached to
the very doors of many stores and resi
dences. Wliat damage was done by the ter-
riffc storm further p the vallev has
not yet been 'learned.
For El Paso and vicinity:
and Tuesday, generally fair.
For New Mexico: Partly cloudy,
with local showers north portion to
night or Tuesday.
Ft West Texas: Tonight and Tues
day generally fair.
Hignest temperature at El Paso ltst
24 hours, 9S degrees: lowest last 3 2
hours, 73 degrees. (Observations ta
ken at 6 a. m. Mondajr.
Cloudcroft, N. M., Aug. 22, 9 a. m.
Weather for the past 24 hours, partly
cloudy, calm; maximum temperature,
73; minimum, 44. Precipitation, .07
STATE SENATE SORRY FOR
DEATH OF MAYOR ROBINSON.
Mrs. W. F. Robinson, the widow of El
Paso's hero mayor, received a copy of
the resolutions which were passed by
the Texas senate in which ttfie state sen
ate extended its sympathy to Irs. Rob
inson on the loss of her husband and
to the city of El Paso on the death of J
its mayor, ihe co was received by
mavor C. E. Kellv and presented bv him
to Mrs. Robinson.5
WATCH THE DATE ON THE YELLOW
Mail subscribers should watch the
date which follows their name on the
yellow label pasted on the wrapper or
first page of their paper. The date
there shows when the subscription ex
pires. When a remittance on subscrip
tion is made, this date is changed. If It
is not changed soon after remittance,
allowing, of course, a reasonable time
to reach El Paso, the subscriber 'should
call the attention of this office to the
oversight. By doing sowhen the matter
is fresh in the minds of all concerned all
further trouble aud inconvenience will
Company owns a larjre deposit of
Bent (Otero Co.l "Xevr Mexien. 12 miloo
Dieting the first unit of its coneentratinc: mill, which will be 'in operation
by July 1st next.
Issued capitalization 550,00055.00 shares. Controlling- interest held by
" n f-ern President Southern Tron & Equipment Companj. Atlanta, Qa.
Consulting: Engineer, H. Vincent Wallace, Wallace & Sumrcerhayes, 519-SO
Trust Bid?., EI Paso.
Stock listed on New York Curh. For quotations see Financial CoIueb
We reconnnesd the above enterprise as an investment of vnquesttased
pciiSSk?s-,5oeB2t:,a5g.c?Sg IRVING K. FAnBJHBTCM & 00,,
JtfUtfnjf Market Lrttera w j Eea 1SO0. 87-13 WU St JCaw Xa $
ANGELUS HOTEL BAR
Just around the corner on Mesa.
Have you had an Angelus Fizz?
DR. LEE McIKTOSH
Dentist. 211 San Antonio St.
DR. E. W. BRTAJT
107 San Antonio St. Bell 2737.
DRS. BROWJT Aft'D GALLOWAY.
Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Coles Bldg.
HERMANS FURXITURS CO.
114 S. Stanton. Always bargaiursfor cash
DR. CARL SMITH
107 San Antonio St. Auto 2151.
DR. R. A. HIGGKV'S, 303 S. Oregea.
Hospital for Horses and Dogs.
ESTHER, ALLEX. MaalcHrisc.
211 St. Loui3 St. Bell 196S
METROPOLITAN REOVATT?rG CO.
219 South Stanton- Both Phones.
Coal, Wood and Grain
GEO. C. WJMBERLY, Pass City FHel C.
811 Tejcas St. Bell 1479; Auto. 1818.
Espress and Baggage.-
HIGHLAND PARK THANSFFR CO.,
TOT San Diego St. Fhoae 12G.
S. D. Clifford, MHaazer.
Express and Basgage, MovIh Small
Houses, Etc. Also sell and reat heuses.
Athletic Events To Be Held
at Washington Park T.
E-. Worsham Marshal.
AH arrangements have beeni made fo
the athletic events to be held at Wash
ington park fn connection with the
celebration of Labor Day.
The committee on speakers was given
until next Sunday to report.
The committee on music reported de
tails had been arranged and tTfo bands
for the parade and a concert at the park
from 3 to 5 p. m. r
The parade will form at 9:30 a. m.
and move promptly at 10. The grand
marshal will be T. E. Worsham of the
Carpenters' union; the second aid will
be E. M. Hamblin of the Railway Car
men, and the first grand aid will be
chosen tonight by the Bricklayers
The Labor Day committee meets
again next Sunday morning at Union
Labor hall at 10 a. m.
The committee in charge of the pro
gram met at Union Labor hall Sunday
and submitted the following program,
which wag unanimously adopted:.
1. Boys foot rae, under-12 years
First prize. ;.?2.00
Second prize. . 1.00
2. Women's foot race, 50 yards:
First prize. 2.00
Second prize. . . . LOO
3. Men's foot race, 100 yards:
First prize. . . .. 2.00
Second prize, 1.00
4. Women's qsk and spoon race:
First prize 2.0fl
Secofid prize, l.
5 Boys' sack race, under 15 years,
First prize. ...,. 2J0
Second prize LOO
6. Men's three-legged r&ce:
First prize. ........ 3.68
Second prize... ............... L80
Girls' potato race, tinder 12"
First prize ..-.-....... 2.0G
Second prize. L00
Boys shoe muddle race, under
First prize ... 2.0
Second prize. LOO
All the prizes will be paid In cash at
the close of each race. The amusement
committee will make a further report
at next Sunday's meeting.
If you are going to Mexico leave your
shooting Irons on this side.
A message was received from tha
Mexican secretary of war Sunday night
to allow no fire arms of any kind, from
a 22 short to a gatling gum to be taken
across the border Into Mexico.
A number of hunters and tourists
who had planned to take their arms into
Mexico were forced to sehd them back
to the American side when the Mexican
customs Inspectors refused to pass
No explanation is given for the sud
den orjler, although it Is thougfit that
the government wishes to prevent any
danger of revolutionary trouble In the
republic during the centennial celebra
tion next month.
KELLY QUITS SELLING
DRUGS TO THE CITY
Mayor elect C. E. Kelly has given or
ders to the purchasing department of
the city to purchase no more supplier
for the city from the People's drug
store, of which Kelly is owner. The or
der was Issued soon after the mayor
j was sworn in and will mean a loss of
from ?2auu to 53000 a year to th
mayor's store, as the city purchasing
agent stated that this amount of drugs
'and supplies are purchased annually.
About 93 Miles Iroza 23
Paso on lie 1 Paso &
Norlbeastcxn E. R.
morutonite (Porphyry) copper
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