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Monday, Sept. 19, 1910.
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A LETTER FOR YOB.
Replies cant in care of The Herald '
office "were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for no$
later than one week after being bull
tlned: A. B.
A. B. C.
L &. S.
0. L Co.
T de K
For Sale Real Estate.
KIXE ROOM HOUSE
At SOS Mundy Ave. we have a beau
tiful 9 room house in good repair; fine
location. For a few days we have this
Eplendid bargain to offer at $4500. If
this is not a snap, show us one. Only
JJO'j casti, balance monthly payments,
or terms to suit.
WHY PAY KESTJ
Downing Crowd 1,
209 Mesa Ave. Phone 57S.
NEW S ROOM nOUSE.
What have you in unimproved valley
land to trade for one of the prettiest
B room houses in the city on Rio
Grande St.? The price on this place is
right and if you have valley land to
trade we know we can satisfy you.
Come in and see us about it.
JUST WHAT YOU ART LOOKING
This new S room house, south front
on corner, r?d pressed brick, full
basement- Everything strictly modern
B.nd if taken at once we will finish the
Interior to suit purchaser. Kas large
front porch with cement floor, large
screened in back porch. Location,
North Campbell St. Best view in city.
Let us show you and quote price, the
terms monthly if desired.
THIS IS YOl'R OPPORTUNITY
To get one of these three building sites
at a price that will make you buy if
ycu -want the best locations in the city,
2 lots in each site. One on Montana St.,
one on Boulevard, the other on N. A GOOD BOOKKEEPER well acquaint
Campbell St. Let us show you these. j ed in El Paso, wants position; refer-ANDERSON-BENNETT
REALTY CO., ences. Box 1120. City.
Over Watson's Grocery. Bell 491. , .
50 acres near the EI Paso dairy farm
ebout S miles below El Paso. This land
has been under cultivation within thtv
past 3 years. A fine chance to resell
In tracts of 1 to 5 acres each at a gc-od
advance. Price $175 per acre; terms 1-3
cash, balance 1 and 2 years at S percent-Five
lots on Boulevard corner. In
Bassett's addition; 3 blocks north -of
Southwestern shops. Price ?400 per
Close in on Upson Ave. we have a de
sirable building site. 37xl20 feet.
$5000 will buy 'on Mesa Ave., near
Boulevard, a 5 room brick cottage.
Compare this price with other prop
erties offered for sale on this street,
and you will find this to be the best
709 Brown St., 5 rooms $25.00
811 E. Overland, 4 rooms 25.00
SOI W. Rio Grand. 6 room 35.00
BEHR & WATTS.
"WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE,
MONEY TO LOAN
CITY NATL. BANK BLDG.,
114 Pioneer Plaza.
VALLEY FARMS FOR SALE.
24 acres. IS in cultivation, rest, eas
ily cleared, adjoining La Mesa; finest
location in the valley; only $1500 cash.
20 acres 1 miles from Mesquite sta
tion; beautiful level land uncleared,
$1150; terms. SO acres mile from
Berino station, 45 in cultivation, rich
mallow bottom land; 2 tons alfalfa an
acre produced adjoining fields, for
quick sale- Inquire letter, or long dis
YIUOEX & HANNUM,
La Mesa, N. M.
BO ACRES NEAR. ANTHONY, IN
CULTIVATION, AT $90.
We have a fine tract of 50 acres, all
In cultivation. 20 miles from El Paso,
in upper valley. This includes
a 3 room adobe house, corrals and
fences. This place will clear over $2000
this year and at the price it is now
offered will pay for itself in 2 years.
Only $90 per acre, and it s a bargain.
as land next to it is selling for $125 f -
and up. Price advances on the loth
T-k .J3 XX. A.T- I
BEAUTIFUL HOME AT A BAR
GAIN. 8 room brick on Rio Grande between
Kansas and Campbell. L.ot 50x120 and
one of the prettiest on the street.
Owner must eell and $6000 is the price,
Lots alone are worth the price,
so if you want a snap here it is.
We write plate glass insurance In
one of the strongest companies and the
rates are right.
W. F. PAY'NE.
Angelus Hotel Building.
S03IETHIXG FOR NOTHING.
4000 acres of lower valley, between
400 and 500 acres of firstclass valley
land, plenty of timber, water and
grass, small house, corrals and pump,
balance of land fine pasture, all un
der fence. We have had this on our
list at $2.50 per acre, but owing to
t-e fact that the owner is compelled
to sell within the next couple of weeks
1 e has authorized us to accept prac
tically fche best offer obtainable. He
will throw In as a BONUS a lease of
1""0 acres of fine valley land adjoining
at 3c an acre.
7 rooms. Magoffin Ave, Will sell
beautiful furniture and lease, $200.
Must leave city; fearful sacrifice. By
renting part of house you get a lovely
l'rtme free of rent, water, gas, etc. and
Grocery. 5150 month profit, close in,
at Im entory, about S500. Another snap,
R. C. BAILEY LVND CO.,
306 Mesa Ave. (Orndorff Hotel Bldg.)
Herald Want Ads Knock At Your Door.
The little want ads are typical of the American bus
iness methods. They demand immediate attention.
They are brief and to the point. You must act
quickly when theopportunity is presented or the
chance to do business is lost.
Too Late to Olassify.
MAYFilSLD i:KLTY CO., Valley land.
. 7ICtifY furnished rooms in private
I family; walking distance. Phone 1S70.
WANTED First class town lot sales
man who will devote his entire time
to one proposition; new town, at rail
road terminal. Write J. 343, Herald.
FOR KSXT Furnished rooms for light
Jiousekeepiner. 701 Masroffin; Bell
I phone 3479.
OX ARIZONA ST.
Sir-rnnm rI nrA!fl hrip.lf mnrJoT-n in
every way, nice basement with 2 rooms
?(rv urav r?sA ltoonmAnf -rt-ifli rnnmc
J. finished, sheds and stable, south front;
leave the' city and will sell cheap. $900
Real Esinie Co.,
207 Mills St.
JEWISH. New Year
cards at Potter
KIItST CLASS rooms and board.
Xevada; Bell 3059.
FOR RENT Four and 2-room cottages
furnished; cheap. 2310 Wyoming.
MAKING and recovering comforts done
at 2310 Wyoming.
-HORSE AND BUGGY.
reasonable rent. Phone
BROWN STREET HOME
?CJC0 AND A BARGAIN.
Nine-room 2-story brick on Brown,
near Boulevard; no finer location in the
city; modern, newly papered and a fine
home; $6300; good terms.
V.". F. PAYNE,
FOR RENT Small blacksmith shop;
cheap. Cor. Octavla and Wyoming. Call
609 Octavia; phone 25S2.
New Year cards at Potter
THE SAN ANTONIO MARKET Fresh
meats and groceries. Bell 2694. Paul
20-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE
On Missouri street, close in, at a big
sacrifice. Get busy.
KOLMAN & HATOHER, 3Iorsan Bldg.
WANTED Stationary engineer for
steam hoist; must be able ro keep up
repairs: only Al men need apply. Ad
dress J 354, Herald.
A CUT- IN. THE PRICE.
Twelve lots at the head of Montana
street; every city convenience; close to
car line: lots in next block sell for
$450 each. You can buy the 12 for
S3000; one-third cash, balance 1 anc
Heineman-Morrl&on Rirnl Estate Co.,
207 Mills Street.
REASONABLE price for furnished
rooms; fine location; on car line. 219
W. Rio Grande.
Y'OUNG WOMAN of intelligence would
like work at home correspondence or
writing. Address J. 352. care Herald.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Manufacturing optician in this City.
GEO. D. KENDALL,
208 Mesa Ave. He makes Glasses right.
AUTD3IOBILES TO TRADE.
New and secondhand automobiles to
trade for real estate or vendors' lien
JAY' F. KNOX.
Room 4, Stev.ens Bldg.
Balance $25. will buy a new, modern
5-room red pressed brick house.
JAY' F. KNOX,
Room 4. Stev,ens Bldg.
THE DESIRABLE HOME.
Location North Campbell Street.
Size Eight rooms.
Finish To suit you.
Front South, on corner.
I,ot 40x120 feet.
Basement Under whole house.
Price $6800, easy terms.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.
Over Watson's Grocery, Bell, 491.
FOR SALE On account of 111 health,
will sell good paying business: ,$2500
required: wiirs,tand rigid investigation.
Answer. 243. Herald. f
NICELY furnished rooms for rent:
j board if desired; no sick. 217 Arizona.
WANTED Bright boy, with bicycle,
for deliveries. Apply Bloch Millinery
"WANTED At once, girl for general
housework; work is light. Phone 1757.
513 Newman, 4 rooms 15.00
1327 Myrtle. 5 rooms $25.00
209 W. Rio Grande, S rooins 50.00
613 Mesa. 7 rooms 45.00
1604 Boulevard, 7 rooms (fur.) 35.00
710 N. Oregon. 3 rooms 1S.00
1116 N. Orejron. 6 rooms 50.00
2312 Wyoming St, 3 rooms (fur.) 20.00
! Ill T Iiwn-vwn i- - i.
291 Durazno St.. n rooms 18.00
914 N. Octavia. 6 rooms 30.00
604 Stewart St.. 9 rooms 40.00
913 Mesa. S rooms 50.00
411 Willow St.. 5 rooms 20.0P
Hafford & Collier,
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
10 rooms, elegantly furnished, in best
residence section; price $900.
24 rooms, nicelj' furnished; price $1100.
1ST rooms, close -in and a bargain at
20 rooms, a money maker. See us for
47 rooms, elegantly furnished, at a bar
gain. BUSINESS- CHANCES.
Grocery Store, doing a nice business,
that, on account of certain reasons,
must be sold immediately. What is one
man's loss is another's gain. The first
to investigate will be the first to buy.
Also We Have for sale a number of bus
iness chances that are good and will
bear the closest investigation. They
are offered for sale not because bus
iness is poor, but on account of sick
ness or valid reasons.
A Candy Store, 2 grocery stores, a fine
location for a grocery store, new
cafe, delicatessen and cafeteria, tent
and awning company, hotel and many
RANCHES AND FARM LANDS.
For exchange for El Paso property
and for sale. Located anywhere vou
Several Good Homes for sale at tie
price of the equity, ranging from
S760 to $1100, and long time on bal
ance. JOHN BARBRICK & CO.,
Rejil Estate and Insurance.
Stock and Bond Broker.
Mino- nnd ranches sold and exchanged.
Fruniutcr of Southwest Enterprises.
210 N. Stanton St
Bell 537. Auto 1937.
Too Late To Classify.
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS
60S Mesa Ave., Tor threo emploj'ed
young men; modern.
DAYISSON REALTY CO.,
Corner Stanton and Texas Streets.
20 ACHtSS ABJOLVLYG DEPOT.
Ysleta. Fruit and alfalfa; $6000; terms.
53 acres near Anthony; alfalfa; some
fruit; well improved; $C000.
MAVISSO.X REALTY CO.,
Corner Stanton and Texas Streets.
A TEXAS STREET SNAP.
Five-room cottage and 2 lots for
i)n:n rrt. . . ,j. -.
-"" J-"-" i"U"ey in 1U OL'e US
LONE STAR LAND CO.,
213 Texas Street.
4 LOTS, CALIFORNIA ST. $700 EACH.
They're a bargain. S?e us about
LONE STAR LAND CO.,
21S Texas Street.
A HANDSOME 8-ROOM COTTAGE ON
RIO GRANDE STREET FOR $4500.
Is rev,- and modern, south front, ce
ment walks, curb and retaining wall;
screened back porch; terms easy.
LONE STAR LAND CO.,
21S Texas Street.
MAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley land.
O-ROOM COTTAGE ON ARIZONA.
Lot 43x120. south front; all rooms
with gas, and modern throughout; only
$4600; $900 down, balance like rent.
HOLM AN fc HATCnER, Morgan Bids-
NEED GLASSES? Ask Segall.
TWO desirable front rooms for light
housekeeping; all conveniences; pri
vate erftrance; close in. 1013 San An
tonio. WANTED Good boy: one with wheel
preferred. Call S05 N. Oregon.
FOR RENT Two front rooms, with
sleeping porch; furnished or unfurnish
ed; also small store; reasonable. Apply
S10 Texas street.
BEST rooms In city. 407 E. Franklin.
HOUSE FOR RENT and furniture for
sale. Call afternoons. 509 Mesa ave.
FOR SALE Furniture of 6 rooms and
bath complete. Furniture for sale and
house for rent; close in. Call after
noons. 509 Mesa Ave.
EYEGLASS COMFORT? Ask Segall.
2500 WILL EARN 20 PER CENT
If invested in tnat new 16-room
apartment house on Prospect Ave.. 2
blocks west of library; only 4 blocks
from new P. O. Call or write for par
ticulars. FISK, Trust Bnllding.
I THE ONLY JU:tlK.H71'Lm.Mi Ol'Xl-
In this city is
GEO. 1). KENDALL,
20S Mesa Ave.
FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall.
Ten miles below city, on county road;
200 pear trees, 150 peach, 5-horse pump
ing plant, on canal, good 4-room house.
Good hiiv. S3S00: one-third cash.
HOLMAN & HATCHER. Morgan Bldg. j
FIRST CLASS WAGES for a first class
cook. 1525 Golden Hill Terrace; tele-
phone Bell 3723.
FOR RENT A 45-room hotel in Dal
hart. Texas, doing good business; lo
cated near both depots: everytnin
modern; furniture nearly all new. For I
fiirfher information write to' 1. R.
Gray. Dalhart. Texas.
FOR SALE: Fine, gentle milk cow;
fresh in about one month. Write D. D.
Daniel, Newman, N. M.
FOR SALE, CHEAP Household furni
ture, nearly new; healthy owners; tools,
'46 yards new matting. 20 rods wire
fencing. 2203 Indiana Ave.
DO YOU WANT A BARGAIN? River
vallev farm, all in cultivation: 60 acres
alfalfa. 400 fruit trees: highly improv
ed; onlv $65 per acre: good canals,
plenty of water. Why do you want to
pav this price for raw land? Answer
niiick. W. L. Sawyers, box 745, City.
FOR SALE, CHEAP At 3501 Rivera j
St.. horse, buggy and harness. Also 1 j
milch cow. Will be fresh next month, j
Am leaving city. -Must sen uuick..
EXPERIENCED elevator boy wanted.
Apply manager Calisher's. 107-111 N.
BROKEN GLASSES? Ask Segall.
?200 PER ACRE
ON COUNTY ROAD.
Only 5 miles down, just below Dor
bandt's lands: parties paid more money,
but must sell.
MATHEWS & DYER,
NEW HOUSE X. KANSAS.
Five-room pressed brick with base
ment, just above high school: cement
.porch and screened sleeping rooms: ev
erything just as you would build it A
pleasure to show It. Terms to sult.
FISK, Trust Building.
135 ACRES NEAR BELEN
65 acres in alfalfa. 20 acres ready to
seed: rest easy to put in: 10-horse
pumping plant, good house; at $100 per
HOLMAN & ILVTOHER, Morgan Bldg.
"WANTED TO RENT, with privilege of
buying a place from 10 to 40 acres:
state full particulars in first letter.
Farm, care Herald.
FOR RENT One furnished room. In
private family. 113 Council St. v
FOR ItEXT Two front rooms, furnish
ed, light housekeeping: bath, private
entrance. 801 Wyoming. Phone 1038.
LOST A bundle of women's clothing
on San Antonio St.; was being taken to
laundry. Finder notify Wing Wah Sang
iaundrv. 210 N. Campbell St.
GEO. D. KEXDALL Is the only manu
facturing optician in El Paso. 20S
MAYFIELD REALTY CO.. Valley land.
FOR SALE OR TRABE Four-room
modern house on 3 lots; will trade for
cattle or sell on terms; price $2300.
Owner, W. S. W., Herald.
WANTED To borrow 2000; on good
security, from private parties; no-professionals
need apply. Address 7, Her
ald. NEW HOUSE PAA'ED STREET,
Beautiful new house with wide ce
ment porch, south front, cement walks,
street paving all paid, fine lawn, trees,
etc; walking distance on one of the
best paved streets. Terms to suit.
FISK, Trust Building.
EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segall.
"WANTED A woman for general house
work; two in familv; German prefer
red. Apply 707 E. Rio Grande St.
Too Late To Classify.
BO YOU YVAXT A HOAIEf
With the heal view in me city. House
complete in every detail, six rooms, five
fleets, four chandeliers, three nails,
buffet and kitchen cabinet, large roomy
porches, paneled walls and beamed ceil
ings. We have it and the price and
terms are right.
Vudcron-liennett Realty Co.
Over Watson's Grocery. Bell 491.
FIRE INSURANCE FREE.
With each one of our new houses we
present purchaser with a fire insurance j
policy in one of the largest companies
in the United States, paid for three
years. Seven new houses to ishow you;
all sizes, all prices, and terms to suit
KISK, Trust Building.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; reason
able; close In. 209 S. Florence.
WANTED A good cook immediately.
Sanitary Restaurant, 217 N. Stanton.
.FOR RENT Furnished room. S20 Mis
'souri. WANTED White woman cooV- 506 N.
WANTED Some man to answer this
"Ad" who has from $100 to $500 to in
vest in an established business enter
prise, and if I fall to show you where
Immediate big returns are to be ob
tained I will pay you for your time.
Act today and Investigate for your
self. This opportunity is offered but
once. Arrange appointment in reply
and address J- 355, Herald.
FOR SALE $5500.
MONTANA STREET HOUSE.
i This was built for a home; not "the
built for sale" kind. A modern 6-room
red pressed brick, built on 2 south front
corner lots; large porches. This home
has all the modern conveniences. If
ycu are looking for a homo, don't miss
j seeing this. Can give good terms.
VASSIDY &. DAYIDFON, Sole Agents,
211 St. Louis St.
A GOOD BUY IN ALTURA PARK. AD
DITION. Only S1050 for 9 level lots. This
price for a quick turn. Owner wants
CASSIDY & DAVIDSON.
211 St. Louis St.
-WE WILL DELIVER TO YOU
This beautiful 5 room brick residence
in Altura Park, half block of car line.
Has bath, sleeping porch, electric
lights, gas now being installed. Hard
wood fiQors throughout, cement porch
and f,nce. This house is partially
furnished and strictly modern in every
respect. The price is $3500. A pay
ment of S500 cash is necessary and the
balance we can arrange to suit pur
chaser. We will take pleasure In
sliowlng you this place.
Downing & Crowell.
R-al Estate. Rentals,
FJrc I'ndervrri ters. '
Surety Hon !.;.
Bell Phone 578: Automatic 2050.
2.09 Mesa Ave.
MONEY FOR ALL PURPOSES.
5nth. tn rmrcb:e a farm or buy a
i home, or pay off your mortgage, ir
I' you are paying 7 or S per cent, call and
see us and we. -will show you a plan
whereby you can get our money at 6
j per cent, and pay it back in monthly
installments cheaper than rent.
Our state manager. Mr. J. S. Kings
bury, will be in El Paso about the 5th
of October for a few days. If inter
ested, write him your requirements at
THE SOUTHERN LOAN & TRUST CO.,
OF ATLANTA. GA.
MONEY TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES.
Onjv 7 people out of every 100 are
able to pay of? their mortgages when
Ninetv-tk-"ve per cnt fall.
You buv fire insurance
Your estate against fire loss.
You buy life insurance
Vinr estate arrainst loss of income.
What insurance do you carry
Your mortgage acaint foreclosure?
Our state mannsr-. Mr. J. S. Kings
bury, will he in El Paso about October
5th. Submit vour requirements to him
by letter at El Pao and came will have
h's nromnt nttoTitinn on arrival.
THE SOUTITERV I,n Sz TRUST CO.,
OF TLXT.. GA.
EL PASO LODGE. NO. 1HP, A. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdcys of each month.
HnS' L- E- ?Hlett. W. M.
g E yv. S. Neff. Secy.
Manonic Relief Board 10C Mesa
Ave.; hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
A. & A. 5. RITE OF" TTItKE MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
XV. IT. Mrdillnuzli. Secy.
SELECT DANCING '.SSEMRLY,
FRATERNAL BROTKEKTIOOD HALL,
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
EL PASO TEACHERS SAVE
MEXICAN GIRL'S HAIR
Customs Officers Had Taken Fnlse
Hair From Her But the Teachcrw
Recovered It Promptly.
This is to be a tale of a hair breadth
escape of a little black ej'ed Mexican
'senorita from the vigilant eyes of the
Mexican customs officials. Having
been selected to be one of the girls
who would officiate at the unveiling
and dedication of the Juarez monument,
little Miss Juarez came to El Paso to
buy herself a bit of new hair to be
worn after the fashion of her American
sisters over the shiny black braid
which was her's by gift of nature.
The braid was selected after much
matching, and she started on her home
ward trip on' a Mexico car. When the
car stopped at the Mexican customs
house she was ordered to get off and
the precious hair was confiscated by a
prosaic customs inspector. Two EJ
Paso school teachers, on the same car
learned of her predicament and immedi
ately came to the rescue. It was ox
plained to the official in both badly
broken, kitchen Spanish and English,
what a patriotic part the hair was to
play in the "gran dia" on the morrow.
After much shrugging of shoulders and
lightning flow of talk, the girl was
given her brand new hair with which
she was to make herself beautiful for
the Sunday celebration
MONEY AND METALS.
New Yor. CtuotatlonA.
(By Associated Pross.j
New York, Sept. 19. Call money
Prfme mercantile paper, 52 6 pr.
QosIbs (ttiotutloBs Today.
Bar silver, 534.
Desilversd lead, firm.. $4.37
Copper, quiet, standard spot $12.10
22.20; Oct., $12.10 12.20. -
Spelter (St. Louis quotation)' $5.50.
-Mexican tlu:iai--. -He.
Current rmieJter iiuotaiiois.
Ei Paso Smalter.)
Bar silver 53
Copper (wire bars) 12.525
Oopper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12.40
Lead (London sales prices). 12. sl2, d6
Lead (New YorK aaies, prices; 4.4tf
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver 53
NSW YORK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
tl. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Anaconda A .
Colorado Fuel and Irdn ...
Great Northern, pfd
M.. X. & T
N. Y. Cent.
. . . 52
Rock Island 30
ourhern Pac. 113
Union Pac 164
U. S. Steel, com 66
U. S. Steel, pfd 115
B0STG2 LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. K. Bru Co Globe. Ariz.)
Calumet & Ariz
Copper Range ,
Greene Cananea ,
North Butte -.
Old Dominion ,.
Sup. & Boston
Sup. & PIttsbtJk- 11
Trinity . 5
U. S. Smelter?, com 3S
Utah Con 23
Utah Copper 45
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Ariz.-Mich., pt. pd 19c
Cal. & Montana 90c
Chino Cop. Co 16
Chief Con 1VL
Cordova. Dt. pd. asked 25c
Cordova, full pd., asked 1
Ely xCent 53c
Goldfleld Con SVt
. . 17
Live Oak Dev
Nat. Mng. Exp
M Ray Consolidated . .
rSan Antonio, nt. nd.
(Continued From Page One.)
is a far greater amount than Is neces
sary for the irrigation of the land in
question. Competent engineers have
estimated that 460.000 acre feet would
be sufficient, including the 60,000 acre
feot allotted by treaty to Mexico.
"Engineers have esitmated. that the
58,000,000 dam proposed for Engle will
not last more than eighty years, as it
will be rendered useless in that time
by slit and debris. It is asserted that
such an expenditure would be injudl
cious in the extreme.
"The delegates unhesitatingly de
nounced the action of the reclamation
service in barring reservoir sites in the
San Luis valley.
"The Colorado-Kansas decision was
cited and it was urged that the action
was unjust and illegal. The delegates
were a unit in declaring themselves
against any attempt to take away Col-
orado water and water badly needed
in this state to give it to New Mex
ico and Texas.
"Arangements were made to prevent
the resolutions as adopted from being
lost in committee at Pueblo. A minor
ity report will be brought in if neces
sary to get the resolution before the
congress. Clyde C Dawsoy was ap
pointed a committee of o.s to make
preliminary arrangements to this end.
"The resolution also contained a rec
ommendation that $1,000,000 per annum
be set aside from the reclamation fund
to provide for surveys of the water
ways in the various states.
"The delegation that will lead the
fight at Pueblo is composed of T. C.
Henry, T. M. Patterson, C. S. Thomas,
Robert Gauss, George Creel, F. C.
Goudy. I. N. Stevens, Hugh O'Neil,
J. B. Andrews, Thomas M. Hunter, J. F.
McCune, L. W. Leach, James W. Kelly.
Claudo W. Fairchild, George C. Ander
son, C. W. Comstock. Lafayette M.
Hughes, Thomas I. IVilkinson. C. D.
Griffith, F. B. Gibson, T. W. Laycox.
Robert F. McDoble. James J. Arm-
strong, H. W. Clark, S. J. Thomas.
George L. Prince, A. D. Wall, O. J.
Against Whole Project.
The quotations are from the Denver
News of Saturday last. The News does
not mince words in its articles, decla
ing that the Colorado delegation w
"'protost and work against the proposed
Engle dam project and condemn the ac
tion of reclamation service officials in
preventing grants for reservoir sites
in the San Luis valley." The very
heading of the article In the --?ews
shows what our delegation will be up
against at Pueblo. It says.' "Irrigation
congress delegates wlllxforce protest to
Engle dam project at Pueblo meeting
and condemn government plans."
Our Next Movr.
Facing a terrific combat for the pro
tection of the interests ot this valley,
El Paso and the Mesilla valley, will oe
I seriously neglectful or their own in-
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Oil H L LlluLL
STOCKS AWD BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON,
Shattuck 22 &
Superior & Globe, pt. pd 20c
Chicago Livestock. Clase.
Chicago, Sept. 19. Cattle Receipts
25,000. Market steadv. Beeves $4.S0
S.30; Texas steery $3. 75 6.00; western
steers $ 1.25 1? 7.00; stockers and feeders
$4.25 6.00; cows and heifers $2.25
6.40; calves $ 6.75 9.50.
Hogs Receipts 21,000. Market slow
and stvaay. Light $D.359.S0; mixed
$S.55&9.70; heavv $S.3f9.G0; rough
$S.35&8.60; good to choice heavy $S.60
9.60; pigs $S.503.60; bulk $S.75
Sheep Receipts 45,000. Market 10c to
15c lower. Native $2.75 4.55; western
$3.254.50; yearlings $4.755.70; lambs
native $5.25 7-15; western $5.50
IvnnnM City Livestock. Close.
Kansas city. sent. iv. uaiiif -i.-s.e-
ceipts 27,000. including 3000 southerns.
Market steadv to 10c lower. Native
steers $4.S5S.00; southern steers ?3.75
5.15; southern cows 52.54.2o; na
tive cows and heifers 2.G04p6.oO;
stockers and feeders S3.2505.75; bulls
$3.25 4.25; calves $3.70 S.00; western
steers $4.50 7.10; western cows $2.75
Hogs Receipts 3000. Market steady.
Bulk $9.109.40; heavy $9.0099.25;
packers and butchers S9.159.45; light
Sheep Receipts 15.000. Market
steady. Muttons $4.00 4.60; lambs
$6.00(g7.00; fed wethers and yearlings
S4.005.50; fed western ewes $3.55
Omaha Livestock. Close.
Omaha. Sept. 19. Cattle Receipts
12,300. Market steady to easier. Na
tive steers $4.50 g 7.85; cows and heif
ers $3.005.S0; western steers $3.75
6,75; Texas steers $3.005.40; range
cows and heifers $2,S54.65; canners
$2.75 3.50: stockers and feeders $3.25 J
(S4.25; calves 3.50.00; bulls, stags,
Hogs Receipts 2300. Market slow
to shade lower. Heavv $5.709.05;
mixed $S.909.05; light $9.059.15; pigs
SS.609.00; bulk $S.S0J39.05.
Sheep Receipts 4o,000. Market
steady. Yearlings $4.605.50: wethers
S3.754.25; ewes $3.504.00; lambs
Fort Worth Livestock. Cloee.
Fort Worth. Tex.. Sept- 19. Cattle
receipts 5500; hogs 2200. Steers steady.
S5.20; cows steady, $3.50; calves steady,
$.50; hogs steady. $9.55.
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
Dec $1.00 1.Q0&
May 1.05 1.06
Dec 53 .53 &
Oats- - --
May 3S .3S
Chicago Provisions. Close.
January . 10.67
Junuary 9.72 "
St. Lotii.i Wool. Close.
St. Louis. Sept. 19. Wool Market
unchanged. Territory and western me
diums 1723c; fine mediums 1720c:
terests if they fail to .ally in force
at Pueblo &nd prevent unfavorable ac
tion by the assembled .lelegntes. Co:rie
to the chamber of coramerci Tuesuay
night and talk it over.
ARE BUSY DRILLING
Experience Cold Weather in
California Mit Cam
, Camp Atascadero, Cal.. Sept. 19. A
chili fo which was felt keenly bv the
uiardsmen irom- Arizona anJ w""Tv-
ico. vrtnr nvpr ! oi-mi. tn,. ,,, ;:i.-!
j this morning. lut for several hours tJie
national uart! at Arizona and New
Mexico driHed on the plain west of the
canap under the "coaehiii"" of officers
froni the rcnilars. "
Maj. F. K. Day of the 3Gth infantrv
Mexico troops, who arrived yesterday.
Field maneuvers followed "the driHniir,
The national uard of New Meir-o
consisting of a regiment of infantrv, two
troops of cAvnlry and a battalion of
field artillery is commanded, bv (ol. W. C
Porterfield. Adjutant genera A. S.
Brookes stopped in Los Anqeles.
GrRAITO JUROR WANTS
A WOMAN CONVICTED
Did Not Contribute to Prose
cution's Fund, But Says
Waco, Texas, Sept. 19. During the se
lection of a grand jurv here this morn
ing M. T. Williams for Mrs. T. E.
Streight, charged "by complaint with
Rilling her husband, who was editor of
the McGregor Mirror at McGregor, -Tune
IS, challenged the right of Dr. J. E.
Brown to sit on the grand jurv. Wil
ih'ams asserted that Dr. Brmvn -n.
tebuted to a private fund to prosecute
Mrs. Streight. Dr. Brown denied the
statement, but declared he would con
tribute if requested.
"Williams withdrew t'he challenge to
an indictment against Mrs Straight
Tirm Ke o ir?M -credit.
" r ,. Vi J1"- "11 i- "in iiKeiv una
Brown Hve at McGregor.
TEXAS BOY KILLED BY
ACCIDENTAL GUN DISCHARGE.
Gainesville, Texas, Set. 19.-Joseph,
the 4yearold son of G. W Tin Kr;
,m,i,ies southeast of here, was instant!
' killed by the accidental discharge of a
siiotRuii m uie hands of his ISvearold
brother - Sunday afternoon.. The "top of
his head was blown awav. The father
na. been using the gun and gave it to
the elder lad, thinking it waAinloaded.
A Burglnr in Town
his name Is 'bad cough." He doesn't
care for gold or silver but he will 'steal
your health away. If he appears in
your -nouse arrest him at once with
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it may
moan consumption if you don't. A cure
for all coughs, colds and chest troubles.
Price 25c. 5V and 1.00 per bottle.
Willi f'lIIIMlI-1 MJ'-i It TW llocm-l .it- v.... L-'....,.
Cisco, is driHinw tjho IwMmiin.! .,.,! ' neaal
Lieut. Col. Pfeister. also of the 3nt.h J I
aotill"' Tn -n ;illir'nr iMinom'fi- ,- J. X... I LOUg
DRS. BROWN AND GALLOWAY.
Rooms 1, 2, 3. 4. and 3 Coles Bldg.
DR. LEE 3IcINTOSH
Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St
Coal, Wood and Grain
GEO. C. WIMBERLY, Pa.MH City Fuel C.
S11 Texas St. Bell 1479; Auto. 181S.
Are prepared to instal all kinds of
mining and miHing machinery, hoisting
works and conveyers. Residence 3 US
Hueca street. Bell phone 1116.
Tin. CARL SMITH (MEN ONLY')
"" fcan Antonio St- Auto 2151.
j Mattress Renovating
,' - zrT,nnr,- . . -
1 ..l". . "TIISG CO.
j L u.rn,tre repaired and varnished. 21
, ou-" Stanton St. Both phones..
ESTHER ALIEN, Mnnicurinsr.
j 211 St. Louis St. Bell 1966
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
TO MEXICO, LAEG-E
Duty Will Go on Again Oct.
1 and Shipments Are Be
ing Rushed Through.
The shipment of corn from the Unltea
States ipto Mexico is heaviest since
the duty was first 'declared off by the
Mexican government following the fail
ure of the Mexico corn crop. The
duty will be put on again on October
1. and Mexico dealers are placing rush
orders in the United States in. order to
have a large stock on hand when the
duty goes on, thus reapine- a neat nrof-
i it. The corn movement is particularly
neavy on the Southwestern, which
moves freight from St. Louis to the
border In five day.,. Other roads from
the east also report heavy shipments.
ANOTHER SANTA FE
Kum and Meyers Will Go
Up on Oct. 1 Is Reported
by Fox Here Friday.
Though no official announcement ot
the successor to R. J. Parker, superin
tendent of the western Aies of the
Sautu Fe. has been made nor will Le
matle until the first of October, it was
intimated by F. G. Fox. general mnnanpr
I of the western lines, who wns- in El Pas
rreuay alternoon and. nijjnr, l;hat J. Al.
Kurn. superintendent of the Xew INIex
ico division, would be nani-l and that
J. J j. Meyers, now superintendent of the
J Rio Grande division, will succeed Mr.
J. Potten, master mechanic ot the
CTexas & Pacific at Big Springs, is in
the city. ,
W. R. Martin, superintendent of the
union station, went to Globe, Ariz., Sat
urday on business.
F. B. King, superintendent of the
western division of the Southwestern,
who has been in the city, returned t?
Trainmaster Murphy, of the western
division of the Southwestern, and Mrs.
Murphy, of Douglas, Ariz., who were In
the city shopping, have returned to
S. H. Parkinson, chairman of the
grievance committee of the Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen, arrived in
the city Saturday morning from Houg
hton and returned in the evpnfnE- n
R. H. Sherman of Los Angeles has
been assigned to fill a vacancy In the
Southwestern dining car service and
went out Saturday evening as dining
car conductor, relieving Chas, HIght, of
the commisary office, who has been
i forving temporarily as conductor.
I Sherm.an brought his family to El Paso
". ,7 U
Battcrff, who was assistant to
I Q""aitt Kin. "when the latter was city
5 trt:ket agent of the Southwestern at El
! t aso . been aPPIntea contracting
-- -0vMi vi. iuu r i latu xiiit?:s- u nil
uarters in Milwaukee. Mis. Mr.
Battorff was also city ticket agent at
las at one time and is well known
through the southwest.
TURNS UP SAEE
Crew Has Terrible Time in
Coast Storm, but Ship
Galveston. Texas, Sept. 19. The
priiooner X. L. DantzLar. thought tc
have been lost in the tropical storm
wltieh swept the gulf last week, ar
rived in port this morning, after having
lost her cargo of fruit from Tampicoi
and having been subjected to one of the
fiercest hqrricanes known in these wa
ters for many years.
Cnpt. Fred' Cordsen related thrilling
experiences of the storm which for 12
hours Tuesday threatened to destroy the
ship. A falling barometer was noticed'
Sunday a week ago, Avhen the craft
soiled. The wind increased that night
and the next day. The schooner left
her usual coure in an effort to avoid
the storm, but found herself in the teeth
of a gale Tuesday. Torrential rains
fell ond the sailors were almost dead
from exhaustion, after a successful fight
to save the boat.
KILLED BY A NEGRO.
Sherman. Texas. Sept. 19 X. P
Crane, a young boiler maker, who was
stabbed by Ben Thomas, a negro, Tues
day night, died this morning at 6 o'clock.
A warrant charging murder has been
issued against the negro, who 'was taken
to Dallas last night and placed in jail.
TWO TRAINMEN INJURED.
Gainesville, Texas, Sept. 19. Engi
neer -T. L. Patterson and fireman B. P.
Condilkm were seriously burned b- an
exosion of the steam hose in tshe loco
motive cab Sunday mornin- in the Santa
Fe yards here. Their condition is pro
TEXAS MAN ENDS LIFE.
DRilas. Texas. Sept. 19. John Wehle,
aged 40. wfco csane to Dallas several
weeks ago from SniithviHe, drank car
bolic aekl at the Scilvmtion army head
quarters here this morning, thing in a
short time. Despondency over" ill 'health
was the cause.