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IE PASO HERALD
Tuesday, Sept. 20. 1910. 9
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A LETTEIt FOR YOU.
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vertisers this -nomine.
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later than one week after oeing duu- j
A- I. C. O. I. Co.
A. J. P. de K-
A. Z. Swell Residence.
IX " Ranchman.
D. 77 22.0
I. 134 705
I. 115 J57
J. 354 243
For Sale Beal Estate.
3IAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley land.
G-ROOM COTTAGE ON ARIZONA.
Lot 43x120. south front; all rooms
with gas, and modern throughout; only
$4600. $900 down, balance like rent.
HOLMAN & HATCHER, Morgan Bldg.
VALLEY LAND BARGAIN.
26 acres about Z miles from Las
Cruces. in cultivation, on main Dona
Ana ditch. Under Leasburg diversion
dam and Elephant Butte project. Land
surrounding this tract held at $150 an
acre in no better condition. One of
the best snaps in the valley. Price
SATTLEY REALTY COMPANY,
Las Cruces. X. M.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
THE HOME PLACE
That vau have been after.
Wc can sell you this swell little 4
room cottage, gas, electric light and
nhono near car line: $150 down, bal
ance $25 per month; south front, nice
lawn, cement walks, trees, etc.; large
chicken yard. This property is not
located in the outside addition. The
price is $2900.
Cnnsidy & Davidson.
211 St. Louis St.
LOWER VALLEY BARGAIN.
757 acres of very frne land. 420
acres in the valley, rest level table
land. Over 100 acres cleared. One
mile of a town, five miles from the
macadam road. This is the best buy in
the valley. $1S.50 per acre. 1-3 cash,
balance 1, 2 and 3 years.
PETERMAN-LANSDEN REALTY CO.,
22S6 4 rings black. Ysleta, Tex.
Ten miles below city, on county road;
200 pear trees, 150 peach, 5-horse pump
ing plant, on canal, good 4"-room house.
Good buy. $3S00; one-third cash.
HOLMAN & HATCHER, 3orran Bids.
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
$3000; one-third cash, balance 1 afia
HelRemnn-Mcrrijeon Real Estate Co.,
207 Mills Street.
50 acres near the El Paso dairy farm
about 8 miles below Bl Paso. This land
has been under cultivation within the
past 3 years. A fine chance to resell
It. traotc nf 1 f,i 5 acres pach at a trood
d,t, PHcp S175 ner acre: terms 1-3
cash, balance 1 and 2 years at b per
cent. 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 Nra 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 I
811 E. Overland, 4 rooms 25.00
201 W. K10 Grande, fa room wjo.uu t
BEHR & WATTS,
AVE WRITE FlTtE INSURANCE,
MONEY TO LOA2?.
CITY NATL. BANK 32DG.,
114 PiOHeer Plaza.
READ THIS LIST.
37x120, south front, 9-room pressed
brick house; California St.. good man
tles; ?6300, 1000 cash, balance to run
43x120, south front, red pressed
brick, new; Arizona St.; 6 rooms on
main floor, 4 rooms in basoment, part
ly completed; extra large fireplaca and
big living rooms in basement; good at
dc, front and back porches, back porch,
screened, garage, coal house and ser
vants room in rear. A nice opportuni
tv for anyone seeking a good home.
Owner leaving city, will sell for less
than original cost. $4600. ?900 cash,
balance In monthly payments.
50x120 south front, new red pressed
brick house, nice mantle, all modern,
built last 3'ear, beautiful yards; Altura
43x122, east front, X. CampbeL St.,
S-room Bressed brick, all modern, lets
of large elosets, two porches, beautllal
vard, a most desirable home. ?6750,
long time, easy payments.
We have a number of nice little
'nonius for sale on easy monthly pay
ments. Why pay rent, when you can
own your own home?
Some good rooming houses for sale.
Some good buys In valley lands.
Some few .snaps in vacant city prop
ertv. We will buy the ground and build
vcu a home according to your own
Idas. for a small cash payment, and
the balance on monthly payments, just
like paying rent. We will be glad to
explain our plan.
We write all kinds of insurance.
HENRY & H.UGHES
Suite 30, City National Bank Building.
SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.
4000 acres of lower valley, between
400 and 30 acres of firstclass valley
laud, plenty of timber, water and
grass, small house, corrals and pump,
balance of land fine pasture, all un- I
aer ience. we dbb a.u mis un uui
list at $2.50 per'Sacre, but owing to
the fact that the owner is compelled
to sell within the next couple of weeks
he has authorized us to accept prac
tically the best offer obtainable. He
will throw in as a BOXUS a lease of
1000 acres of fine valley land adjoining
at 3 c an acre.
7 rooms. Magoiriii Ave. Will sell
beautiful furniture and lease, $200.
Must leave citv; fearful sacrifice. By
renting part of house you get a lovely
home free of rent, water, gas, etc.. and
R. C. BAILEY LND CO.,
306 Mesa Ave. (Orndorff Hotel Bldg.)
135 ACRES NEAR HELEN
65 acres in alfalfa, 20 acres ready to
sed; rest easy to put in: 10-horse
pumping plant, good house; at $100 per
& HATCHER, Morgan Bldg.
We have the most complete list of
houses in the city and suburbs to be
found anywhere, and make a speclalty
of finding what you want at the right
figure- Don t overlook us if you are'
looking for a home.
List with us for quick returns if
you 'have a bargain.
Cashluy x: unviason,
211 Mills St.
Herald Want Ads Knock At Your Door.
The little want acls are typical of the American bus
iness methods. They demand immediate attention.
They are brief and to the point. You must act
quickly when the opportunity is presented or the
chance to. do business is lost.
Too Late to Classify.
BROKEN CLASSES? Ask Segall.
HORSE WANTED, good for buggy. Dr.
PI. F. Wright, 214 Texas St.
WANTED Yojir orders for tha cele
j brated Houma oj-sters, best in the
j world; fat and fine. Auto phone 2446?
J 410 Wyoming. Houma Fish and Oys
! ter Co.
lrdy bookkeeper; good references. Ad
dress 372, Herald.
FOR SALE, CHEAP At 3501 Rivera
St.. horse, buggy and harness. Also 1
milch cow; will be fresh next month.
Am leaving city. Must sell quick.
NINE 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
splendid bargain to offer at $4a00. If
this is not a snap, show us one. Only
$300 cash, balance monthly payments,
or terms to suit.
WHY PAY RENT;
Bovrnint? & Crowell,
209 Mesa Ave. Phone 57S.
WHY DO YOU NOT SEE FOR YOUR
If you need glasses, you want the
best. It is fair to yourself that you
investigate where the best are made.
i am always peaseu to nave people
come and see f ' r xV mselves the equip
c I have for the fitting of eyes
and the nani,.ji-i. f lenses. I
have the best patrtnage of El Paso be
cause I make glasses right.
GEO. D. KENDALL,
20S Mesa Avenue.
MAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley -land.
WANTED ORCHARD MAN.
Will sell interest in fine ranch at
Belen, Texas, on new macadam road, at
what the ranch cost, man must be ex
perienced and have good teams.
MATHEWS & DYER.
20-ROOM R003IING HOUSE
On Missouri street, close in, at a big
sacrifice. Get busy.
IIOL3IAX & HATCHER, Morgan Bldg.
j 513 X
ewman, 4 rooms 15.00
yrtle, 5 rooms $25.00
1 o09 - rj0 Grande, S rooms 50.00
613 Mesa. 7 rooms 45.00
1C04 Boulevard. 7 rooms (fur.)... 3o.00 ; THE ARPZONA STREET BEAUTIFUL
710 X. Oregon. 3 rooms 1S.00 I HOMES. IT IS WORTH $7000. OWNER
1116 X. Oregon. 6 rooms 50.00 j H-iS BEEN CVLLED EAST ON A SAD
2312 Wvoming St., 3 rooms (fur.) 20.00 MISSION AND "WISHES TO SELL THE
2917 Diirazno St.. 5 rooms.. J 1S.00pl.aCE. SHE WILL ACCEPT $4750.
914 X. Octavia. 6 rooms.. J. 30.00 ( TERMS TO SI IT PI RC1IASER.
C04 Stewart SL. 9 rooms 40.001 r. h. THORNE. NO. MS SAN FRAN-
913 Mesa. S rooms 50.00 1 CISCO STREET, WILL SHOW ALL
411 Willow St., 5 rooms 2 0.0 P J COMERS.
Hafford & Collier, j . -mmr. t,.t-tv
J17 -ifoM Av.a "Roll Phnno BT5.
.LA. BENNETT RETIRES FROM FIRM
- n fePtemer20th L- Jper-ne" re-
tires frtfm the firm of Anderson-Ben-
nett Realty- Co., and in future the bus!-A
ness will be conducted by A. H. An- j
derson and F. M. Filler, under the
name of Anderson-Filler Realty Co. All
liabilities of the former company to
be assumed by the latter.
ANDERSON-FILLER REALTi CO
Over Watson's Grocery.
Bell 401. j
EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segall.
TO WHOM IT MAY' CONCERN.
This is to e.rtifv that the Interna-
tional Textbook Company, proprietors j
0f the International Correspondence
Schools, of Scranton, Pa., have con-
tracted with the Victor Typewriter
Company, of Xew York, to furnish sev
en thousand fiv.e hundred (7500) Victor
typewriting machines for use of L C. S.
T. J. FOSTER,
The Victor is handled in the South
west by tlje
TYPEWRITER & OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
421 Mesa Ave. El Paso, Texas.
Bell phone S32; Auto 1S32.
AVE AVILL DELIArER TO YOU
I This beautiful 5 room brick residence
I in AlturaPark. half block of car line.
Has bath, sleeping porch, electric
lights, gas now being installed. Hard
wood floors throughout, cement porch
and fence. 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
showing you this place.
Downing & CrOTvell.
Real Estate Rentals,
Bell Phone 578; Automatic 2050.
209 Mesa Ave.
DO YOU WANT A BARGAIN? River
valley farm, all in cultivation; 60 acres
alfalfa, 400 fruit trees; highly improv
ed; only $65 per acre: goo"d canals,
plenty of water. WI13' do you want to
pay this price for raw land? Answer
quick. W. L. Sawyers, box 745, City.
A NEW HOME.
ON PROSPECT AVENUE.
Two-story red pressed brick, S rooms,
den and reception hall. If you want
something fine, look at this. Price and
terms both right.
RE4L ESTATE CO.,
207 Mills Street.
BEAUTIFUL o-ROOM HOUSE.
On Boulevard, modern in every way,
large lot. Inquire about this, as the
price has just been reduced from $4500
to $3500. Speak quickly; it is a bar
gain. AV. F. PAYNE,
Anejclus Hotel Building.
ATTRACTIA'E COTTAGE IN EAST EL
PASO FOR S2350.
Has 4 large rooms, 2 porbhes, bath
room, lot 37x140 feet. Pay us $250
cash, balance monthly.
LONE STAR LAND CO., v
21H Texas Street.
AJAYFTELD REALTY CO.. Aralley land.
ArAXTED 5-room unfurnished house,
in good residence section; must be a
bargain. Box 503.
WANTED Good ranch up tha valley;
has to be a bargain to be considered.
AVANTED Position, by la-dy stenogra
pher: best references. Address Com
TE. THOUSAND DOLLARS TO LOAN
on real estate security. " Moore &
Moore, attorneys at law. Caples Bldg, '
A SNAP IN ALTURA PARK.
Xine lots for $105. The lots adjoin
'ng are held at $200 each. See us
LONE STAR L ND CO.,
' 213 Tetas Street.
BEAUT IPX L SHETLAND PONY, surrey
ind harness for sale, fine condition.
1 Call and see. S09 X. Virginia.
Too Late To Classify.
EVERYTHING IN THIS LIST.
Lol.s in Mundy Heights at a bargain.
"Six-room house for sale at a sacrifice.
20 acres of land on county road at $300.
Improved with pumping plant and all
necessary tools. This is being sacri
ficed. Lots of farms for trade for city prop
erty. BUSINESS CHANCES.
Hotel and cafe, tent and awning bus
iness, restaurant, delicatessen, candy
store. In fact, we can satiny you with
anything in a business opening that
FURNISHED ROOMING HOUSES,
ANY SIZE AND LOCATION
Eight rooms, close in, best location
in city. Party must sell at once. $550;
good terms if taken .at once.
12 room house, furnished nicely; $600
cash and terms.
13 room house, close in, $1500.
10 room house in best residence dis
trict. Income $104 a month on 6 rooms.
Best furnished house in city; rent $60. i
Price S900 if taken at once.
16-room houe, furnished, in heart i
of city: rent $S0; casn price $1050 for j
immediate sale. j
25 room house, furnished, on S. El
Paso St.; good transient trade. Party
must sell at once. it.ent $io.
$1050. Don't miss this offer.
16 room house, furnished, on Myrtle
Ave., for quick sale $950.
47 room hotel doing $600 month busi
ness. Party must leave city. Price
31 room hotel doing a nice business.
Price $850 spot cash; cheapest rent in
El Paso. Look this up at once.
John Bnrbrick & Co.,
Real Estate and Insurance,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Mines and Ranches Sold and Exchanged
Promoter of Southwest Enterprises.
210 X. Stanton St.
Bell Phone 537. Auto. 1937.
DO YOU WANT A HOME?
IF YOU DO, YOU WILL SURELY BE
INTERESTED IN THIS BEAUTIFUL
NEW DWELLING, 3IODERN IN EV
ERY DETAIL. SOUTH FRONT, SIX
ROOMS WITH HALL. BATH ROOM,
WITH FOX R ROOMS IN THE BASE
MENT: TEN ROOMS IN ALL. STA-
j BLE, CARRIAGE HOUSE AND STORE '
ROOM IN THE REAR OF LOT. THE '
LOT IS 43 FEET BY 120 FEET. -
THIS FINE DWELLING IS ONE OF
OWNER LOSES $430.
Nice: 4-room. modern brick", large
u oir car line; $S50 cash and $25 per
jnjpth nav for it
RT.Ti -rt4TE CO
207 Mills Street.
4 AND 5-ROOM nOUSES
We have a large list of 4 and 5-room
houses to be sold on easy terms. Stop
paving rent and apply it on a home.
AV. F. PAYNE,
r Angelas Hotel Building.
AN S-ROOM, 2-STORY HOME ON
' PHnspp.nT AVE. FOR S7000.
This?is situated in a choice residence
section. We can arrange terms.
LONE STAR LAND CO
213 Texas Street.
FOR SALE New 6-room brick cottage,
2 large lots, brick barn: cost $4000; will
take $2500; small paj-ment down, bal
ance $25 per month: 7 per cenf: walk
ing distance. 2 blocks from street car
and paved street. Going away. Ad
dress Ward. Owner, Herald.
FOR SALE OTe f the swellest 6
room cottages in El Paso, located 'on
Rio Grande St.; will sell on easy terms
II &CI1 uu t--.-J lC.in.?
and at less than original cost; wouiu
uuiidiutri iiauc ivi v v . - WI-.rv- ....
lev land. Anyone uesirms a.11 meai
Anyone desiring an Weal UVAXTEn Competent millinery sales
y. ddrltXo. oJSer. j ladies. Apply Bloch Millinery Co.
home it will
A NICE HOME
OX "ARIZONA ST.
Six-room red pressed brick, modern In
f-very wav, nice basement with 2 rooms
finished, sheds and stable, south front;
lot 43 by 120; the "bwner wants to
leave the city and will sell cheap. $900
cash, balance S50 per month.
Renl Estate Co.,
207 Mills St.
LOST A gent's gold filled watch, with
initials S. A. on outer case; reward:
leave at Boston Store.
FOR SALE Household furniture, rugs,
Steck's pianola-piano. Alctor victrola
with fine collection of music. Inquire
at 911 Montana St, between 1 and" 4.
AVANTED For cash, a good second
hand wheel in good condition and
cheap. Call 709 X. Virginia St.
FOR RENT Modern 4 -room apartment
by Oct, 1. Phone 3520.
ATANTED -Woman to do cooking and
general housework; three in family.
Apply 1019 Ange SL
AVANTED Ladies to call at 614 X.
Kansas to have their flesh reduced
without drugs, and' thin hair guaran
teed to be made thick and grow, and
gray hair restored to natural color;
manicuring and face massaging, 21
treatments for $3.
FURNITURE Highest prices paid for
secondhand furniture. Bell 266; Auto
At a price that will surprise you.
Mnyfleld Realty Co.
AYe Build and Sell Homes.
AATANTED 5-ROOM HOUSE
Reasonably close in; party has $1
to pay as first payment.
McTCT.XNEY REALTY CO.,
Room 4, Stevens Buiidlnp:.
FURNISHED 4-room cottage for rent:
olegant ana" comfortable; gas range and
all conveniences; $25. 710 X. Oregon
FOR SLE Entire furnishings of 5
room house, complete. , Call 704 Wy
oming. AVANTED Ladv singer for
-Address Lock Box 970, Citv.
t AVE HWE BUYER
For a small house in East El Paso or
McKENNEY REALTY CO.,
Room 4, Stevens Building.
WANTED Responsible position by
voung man as accountant or cashier;
7 years' practical experience; also
first class stenographer; can rurnish
best of reference and personal frond if
necessary; , at present omoloyed. but
wish to make a chanjro Addrass Bot
Too Late To Classify.
WANTED To trade 10 acres near
Pecos for El Paso property; will trade
on house or vacant lots. Answer Pecos,
FOR RENT Half of 6-room cottage,
unfurnished: good location; private en
trance; $17.50. Phone 220.
POSITION In or out of city, by an ex
perienced, rapid and accurate account
ant; bank reference. Address W. F.,
Herald. Salary moderate.
LADY who has specialized on tubercu
losis would like to take charse of con
valescing patient. Address 229, He
STORE AND COTTAGE
On corner lot 50x125 ft.; would pay
15 per cent on purchase price of $5600;
must be sold, as owner Is leaving city.
JAY F. KNOX.
Room 4, Stevens Building.
10 ACRES VALLEY LAND.
All in garden truck; between
Paso and Ysleta; cheap.
McKENNEY REALTY CO., x
Room 4, Stevens Bldg.
CLOTHING Highest prices paid for
secondhand clothing, shoes, hats and
ladies' clothing. Bell 266; Auto 2066.
FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall.
THIS IS TRUE.
Anyone can build you a good house
at a high price, or $L poor house at a
low price, but to build you a real good
house at a reasonable price has been
a problem. We have solved it. Come
in and we'll tell you how.,
Mayfield Realty Co.
We Build and Sell Homes.
We have some bargains.
AV. F. PAYNE,
Angclus Hotel Building.
SAN DIEGO lots and two 1-acre tracts
to trade for El Paso property. Address
99, care Herald.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Gas range, 2
fire grate boxes for coal cooking range.
140 Tobin Place.
MULES FOR SALE At Washington
park fair grounds.
A SNAP, Jf taken at once: A first class
cafe, good location: opposite theatre;
cheap rent; well equipped. Address
Merchants'. DJuglas, Ariz.
FOR SALE $700.
Two-room house, "with porch, on 2
lots; 3309 T. P. street, Payne's addi
tion. $700. Bell phone 2004.
NEED GLASSES? Ask Segall.
FOR SALE Sll 3IESA AVENUE.
Five-room brick: good terms.
McKENNEY REALTY CO., Sole-Agts.,
Room 4, Stevens Bldg.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms.
X. Florence street.
"YEW FT'RN-lTVRE ST a 10-room house
for sale. Inquire C, Herald.
AVANTED Delivery boy. with bicycle.
Potter Drug Co.
FIRST CLASS business mai of many
years' experience, both in 'office and
as manager, desires position, or -would
invest In a business in or out of El
Paso that would stand examination.
Address Postoffice Box 409. El Paso,
ONE OF THE PRETTIEST HOMES
In the city, consisting of 7 large rooms,
living room 17x23 feet, situated in one
I of the best residence sections; 2 lots,
cement wanes, grass, etc.; can De
bought for $7500. Don't fail to see
it, and remember
Mayfield Realty Co.
Sole Agents. Plaza Block.
FOR SALE In Government Hill. 5-
room brick cottage, 2 full lots. $2400;
, 4,ftftft Anr Holor. fi-rr.o TWito T
; - -p-.l"
LOST Brooch with small diamonds and -J
if returned to Bloch
FOR REXT Beautifully .furnished new
home, piano; in best district; S large
rooms, don. reception hall, 2 screened
norches; can rent part of upstairs.
Write, A, Herald.
Signifies HOXEST COXSTRUCTIOX.
COXVTCNTEXT ARRAXGEMEXT and
FOR RENT Xicely furnished room,
joining bath; sleeping porch, large
enough for 2 beds': in private family,
whore it is quiet and no children.
FOR SALE Large, flattop desk, prac
ticallv new. reasonable price. See J.
R. Klngery at the Popular.
YOUNG MAN. speaks good Spanish, ex
perienced in general merchandise,
wants position. Address J. 38. care
AUTOMOBILES TO TRADE.
Xew and secondhand automobiles to
trade for real estate or vendors' lien
JAY F. KNOX.
Room 4. Stevens Building.
EL PASO LODGE. NO. 13C, A.F. & A. M.
j Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
"ffiy Wednesdays of' each" month.
$5$f .. E. Glllett. W. M.
iS E. W. 3. Neff, Secy.
Manontc Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.: hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
A. fc A. S. RITE OF- FHEE MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month In Masonic Temple.
W. H. AfeCnlloneh. Secy.
SELECT DANCING '.SSGJIIJLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL.
GENE HARRIS GOES TO SCHOOL.
Personal Gene Harris is going back
to Austin to attend the Texas univer
sity law school.
Desiring to return and receive his de
gree of bachelor of laws in order, as he
says, "to keen his friends out of jail and
his enemies in,"' Exigene Harris will
leave Tuesda' evening for Austin to en
ter the Texas university law school for
his senior 3'ear. All of which gladdens
the hearts of the Anstinites but iputs the
reverse English on Gene's friends here.
SEASON RESERVATIONS THURSDAY.
The'chart for season reservations will
j be open Thursday morning at 9 oclock
at l-rank Kich's offioe, Crawford theater
buildinjr. Main street entrance, opposite
! I 4 I
Pecos, Tex.JsSept. 20. Nothing In the form of new developments has
been publicly expressed In regard to the Toyah oil -well situation. It Is
knovtn that the field has had many new visitors since the recent "Rush."
Although these visitors were Information seekers, they failed to Rain any in
formation Yihlcb. might he considered of Importance, but it Is easily to ""be de
termined that the Texas company has no Intention of abandoning: the field
at the present time, nor has it had such intentions, in view of the fact that
it has had a large storage tank shipped for the storage of bil.
It would appear Aery unreasonable to believe that this corporation would
ship such a large tank to l(s field without having brilliant prospects of put
ting it Into use. S
The public in general is no longer in doubt about the efficiency of the
well, although it Is patiently waiting for the time that new developments
will be made public. These developments which are expected at an ear
date, it is believed, will incite much interest, and will be of the nature that
will clearly set forth the attitude of the entire situation.
, . H jiv
MONEY AKD METALS.
New Yoric Quotations.
(By Associated Press. 1
York, Sept. 20. Call
Prime mercantile? paper, 56 par
Closing Quotation Today.
Bar silver 53.
Desilvered lead, firm, $4.37
Copper, quiet, standard spot $12.05
12.15; Oct., same.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.50.
Mexican Coitai-s. -14c.
Current Smelter Quotations.
EI Paso Smelter.)
Bar silver .. 53
CODDer fwire bars) 12.4
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) ..12.275
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sl2, d6
Lead (New York saies prices) $4.tf
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bqr silver oi
NEW yore; listed
(By Special Wire to The Herald from j
XX. XX. Xi U VU.. VX1VUC, Vl..
Amalgamated ; 62 &
American Smelters 65
American Sugar 116
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Great Xorthern, part paid
Missouri, Kansa & Texas -
Missouri Pacific 53
X. Y. Central 113
Xorthern Pacific 114
Reading -. .' 140
Rock Island 30
Southern Pacific 113
Union Pacific 164
United iStates Steel, common 66
U. S. Steel, pfd Ho
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
-CBf Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Glone, Ariz.)
Calumet & Arizona
Calumet & Hecla
Copper range '. 66
Daly West 6
Greene Cananea 6
Miami ... 1S
Xevada Consolidated 20 Ys
Xorth Butte 26
Old Dominion 36
Superior & Boston S 4
Superior Copper 50
Superior & Pittsburg
United States Smelters, common . . 3S
Utah Consolidated 23
Utah Copper 45
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Arizona-Michigan, part paid
Caulmet & Montana
Chino Copper Co
Cordova, part paid
Cordova, full paid
Live Oak Development 17
Majestic Copper of Utah iae
Mason A'alley S
Xat. Mng. Exp 6c
Xew Keystone 3 s
Ohio Copper 1
Pinto Copper lc
Raven , 27c
Ray Central 2
Rav Consolidated la-Ji
San Antonio, part paid 6
Superior & Globe, part paid 25c
Tonopah 8 Ta
Grain and Provisions.
December . . . .34 14
Chicago Provisions. .Close.
January 9.72 5
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago. Sept. 20. Cattle Receipts
11,000. Market slow and weak. Beeves
$4.80S.25; Texas steers $3.756: west
ern steers 4.257; stockers and feed
ers $4.255.90; c"ows adn heifers $2.25
fD6.35, calves $6.759 50.
Hogs Receipts 14,000. Market stcady
to 5c lower. Light $9 10 rf? 9 75; mixed
?8.409.60; heavy $S.309.35; rough
STOCKS AND BOlfDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT-TOJf.
$S.30S.50; good to choice heavy $S.50
(Q'0.50; pigs $S.509.5o; bulk $S.60
Sheep Receipts 1 23.000. Market
stoatly. Xatlce $2.75 4.55; western
$3.25(4.50; yearlings $4;755.75; lambs
native ?5.257.25, western $5.50
ICanKas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Sept. 20. Cattle Re
ceipts 17,000, including 2500 southerns.
Market steady to weak. Xative steers
$5,25 5; southern cows $2.75 4.25;
native cows and heifers $2.75 C.75:
stockers ad -feeders $3.256; bulls $3
4;- calves $4S.25; western steers
$4.507; western cows $2.75 5.
Hogs Receipts 7000. Market 5c
lower. Bulk ?9.10945; heavy $9Q
9.20: packers t and butchers $9.15
9.45; light $9.GW9.50.
j Sheep Receipts 18,000. Market
steady. Muttons $44.75; lambs $6J?7;
I fed wethers and yearlings $4 5.50;
fed western ewes $3.75 4.50.
Fort AVorth Livestock. Cloce.
Fort Worth. Texas, Sent. 20. Cattle
receipts 6700; hogs, receipts 120u.
Steers steady; tops $5; cows steady;
tops $3.65: calves higher; tops $5.S0;
hogs steady; tops $2.60.
St. Louii: AA'ool. Cloe.
St. Louis, Sept. 20. Wool Market
steady. Territory and western medi
ums lS23c, fine medius 1720c, fine
Boston, Mass.. Sept. 20. More snap
is apparent in the local wool market,
due, it is said, to a demand for do
mestic product by foreigners. Values
remain steady. The bulk of the local
business has been in local territory
in the original bags, mostly from Mon
tana, Wyoming and Utah and bringing
19c to 21c in the grease. Fleece is dull
with Ohio half blood grades selling at
2Sc to 29c.
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
J. R. Harper. Presiding:.
Lorenzo Munoz, charged with burg
lary, instructed verdict of notguilty,
defendant being but 11 years old.
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. AValthall, Presiding.
Moran vs. G. H. railway, -16,500
for alleged personal injuries; oi
A. S. J. Eylar, Presiding.
Robert Ross vs. M., K. & T. railway,
suit for alleged damage to household
goods; on trial.
E. B. McClintoek, Presidin;?- g
Martin Medrano, charged with assault,
JUAREZ LAD BITTEN BY
A DOG: GIAEN TREATMENT
Juan Lyba, a youth of 19 years, was
bitten by a dog in Juarez Monday aft
ernoon and it is believed that the ani
mal was suffering from rabies. Since
the youth is of a very poor family,
mayor Francisco Portillo, of the Mex
ican city, ordered that he be given the
best treatment at city expense. Lyba
has been entered in the local Pasteur
institute and will take the complete
course of preventative treatment. He
was bitten in the left hand.
california delegates to
centenary; go home
The California delegation to the
Mexican centennial arrived in the city
j Tuesday morning from Mexico City, on
. the train of the Xational Railways of
Mexico and left for their h&mes in Cali
fornia in tne evening, xne delegates are
George H. Pippy, Robert T. Tommerman,
Francisco Dominguez and M. F. Tarpy.
AA'IIOLESALE CANDY BUSINESS
PLANS OF AA'ACO MEN
W. J. Gibson and C. H. Rowe, of
Waco, Texas, are here to establish a
wholesale candy factory and distribut
ing department for the southwest. They
1 are planning to open the factory by Oc-
tober 1, and will do a strictly whole
sale business in candies, soda fountain
syrups and confections.
CATTLE FROM CORRALITOS
SHIPPED TO KAKSAS
A shipment of cattle, numbering 922
'hend, from the Oorralitos company's
Chihuahua ranches, was passed through
the -local port Monday afternoon and
reshipped to Kansas. This is the first
xtirge shipment of the sea$n.
YeeJIeung, a Chanaman arrested by
immigration inspectors on the Charge of
being illegalh in the United States, was
arraigned hefore United States commis
sioner Geortre B. Oliver Tuesday morn
ing and ordered deported to China. The
Chinaman, appealed his ease to the fed
eral court. October term, and gave bond
for his appearance.
FUNERAL OF JOHNNIE KILL.
Tuesday afteixioon at Evergreen
cemetery the remains of Johnnie Hill,
the fouryearold son of J. c. Hill,
who was killed in an automo
bile accident on the county road
Sunday, were interred following a fun
eral service by Rev. Casper S. Wright,
of the Trinity Methodist church.
Dr. G. C. Cameron has returned from
Marfa and Alpine, where he has been
looking after his real estate holding
and enjoj Ing an outing for 10 days.
Are prepared to instal all kinds of
mining and milling machinery, hoisting
works and conveyers. Residence 3415i
Hueca street. Bell phone 1116.
DR. CARL SMITH (MEN ONLY)
107 San Antonio St. Auto 2151.
.METROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO.
Furniture repaired and varnished. 219
South Stanton St. Both phones.
ESTHER ALLEN, Manicuring.
211 St. Louis St. . Bell 1966
! HEALTH LEAGUE TO
close its cLnnc
County Is Operating in the
; Same Field, Hence Its
The Health league has withdrawn
from the charity field temporarily and
will close its free clinic, which it has
been conducting under the direction
of Dr. C. M. Hendricks. This was de-
j elded upon at a meeting of the Health
J league Tuesday, followed by a con
! ference between Dr. Hugh S. White,
county physician, judge A. S. J. Eylar,
county judge, who is in supervision
of the county charity work, and Rev.
Martin Zielonka", of the Health league.
The reason gwen by the league for
its temporary withdrawal from the
charity field at this time, is that tha
county is now providing a free clinic
and the work of the league was found
to be covering the same field.
It is reported that the Health league
is planning to obtain funds in the east
for the erection of a modern sanato
rium for the treatment of indigent
sick in EI Paso. This will be- built upon.
the mesa near Bl Paso, according to
the report. The members of the Health
l league state that they are not consid
ering any movement of this kind at the
present time, although they expect to
renew their activities later.
I IBBI&ATION MEET
Meeting Will Be Held at the
Chamber of Commerce
to Form Plans.
The mass meerino; to prepare for the
f i!it which is expected at Pueblo at the
National Irrigation congress, is to be
hekl Tuesiiay evening at S oclock. An
urgent call has bean issued for the
property owners and t'hose interested in
the Elephant Butte project, and the
future of El Paso, to attend this meeting
at Avhitih the plan of campaign for the
impending fight will be outlined. Ad
dresses will be made bv Felix, Martinez
j and oihers who are interested in the suc
t cess of the biir prefect. 3Jr. Martinez will
! leave Wednesday morning forAlbuquer-
qne to organize a delegation ac inac
place to accompany the Rio Grande vat
ley delegation to "Pueblo on the special
train which will leave here Saturday
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Wednesday generally fair.
For Xew Mexico; Partly cloudy,
with local showers north portion to
night or Wednesday.
For West Texas: Tonight and Wed
nesday generally fair.
Temp era! nre.
Highest temperature at El Paso last
24 hours, 90 degrees; lowest -last 12
hours, 62 degrees. Observation taken
at 6 a. m. Tuesday.)
Local Office. U. S. Weather Boreas.
Barometer (sea level) 29.9S
Dry thermometer 63
Wet thermometer 50
Relative humidity 49
Direction of wind SK
A"elocit3 of wind .' 2
State of weat her . clear
Rainfall last2'4 hours 0
Highest temp, last 24 hours 90
Lowest temp, last 12 hours ,. 62
I LAST OF THE BALLOONS
LANDS IN MOUNTAINS.
Best Record Made By the America,
AVhicb. Bid Not Eqnal the Ameri
can Record for Endnraace.
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 20. The last
of 13 balloons which started in the
American championship and free-for-all
races from Indianapolis last Satur
day at ternoon,- -has landed. The Miss
Sophia came down at 6:10 Sunday
evening in the mountains of Calhoun
county, West Virginia, far from rail
road or telegraph lines. For elapsed
time, the America I. I. leads with ap
proximately 44 hours and 27 minutes,
'nearly four hours behind the American
BY THE GRAND JURY
Three indictments were returned by
the grand jury at the Tuesday morning
session prior to taking an adjournment
until next Tuesday. The indictment?
charge P. Castillo and Xellie Hill with
tlieft from tlie person and Ed LIgglns,
alias Ed Watson, a negro, with burg-
The case of Mar Lun Jung, the ChL
naman held by justice McClintoek In
connection with the death of Leung
Mon Toon, was not presented to the
grand jury for consideration. Habeas
corpus proceedings instituted by him in
the 34th district court and set for hear
ing Tuesday afternoon have been in
TWO MEN HELD ON
CHARGE OF THEFI
G. Price and G. F. Christy were ar
rested by detectives and transferred to
the county jail Tuesday morning on a
charge of theft under $50. The com
plainant. E. Ortuzar, alleges that thev
took a pair of scales from hi Overland
street store and sold them to a second
SEASON RESERArATTOXS THURSDAY.
The chart for season reservations will
be open Thursday morning at 9 oclock
at Frenk Rieh's office, Crawford theater
building, Main street entrance, opposite
Your complexion as well as your tem
per is rendered miserable by a disor
dered liver. By taking Chamberlain's
stomach and Liver Tablets you can im
prove both. Sold by all druggists.