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L PASO HEBALD
Thursday, Sept. 29, 1910.
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A LETTER FOR YOU.
Replies sent In care of The Herald
office ware awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
later than one week after being bulle
tined: ax. M. 100
C. H. R.' O. 241
D. 77 S. W.
f. co. ' v:. B.
G. 312 Swell Residence
L 134 t 229
J. E.H. 705
J. 355 Li. J. .
For Sale Real Estate.
A number of vendors' lien notes bear
ins S percent interest per annum, pay
able one and two years and 50 percent
paid on the property. For further
particulars, write or call on
Real Estate, Insurance 3h4 Valley
Bell Phone '1?2
Automatic Phone lo8
FOR SALE 4000 acres of fine wheat J
'""u ."'il .- nnn t 1
acre, will take $li),uuu or $o,uvu m
trade worth the money. $25,000 cash,
balance 5 years at 6 percent. If inter
ested, for further information write
Ennis & Dale. Guymon. Okla.
CHOICE VALLEY BARGAINS.
40 acres, all in cultivation, in al
falfa, 400 bearing grape vines, 50 bear
ing fruit trees, assorted, 3 room adobe
house- Price $70 per acre; good perms.
70 ACRES, ALL IN CULTIVATION.
Excepting a beautiful cottonwood grove
of about an acre and one-half; 45 acres
firstclass alfalfa, small house and out
buildings. Price $100 per acre. $1000
down, balance 1 to 6 years. Both above
tracts located close to La Mesa, a town
of 500. Good schools, churches, etc
Jjocated about 30 miles north of El
GENUINE ROOMING HOUSE SNAP.
R. C. BAILEY LAND CO.
306 Mesa (Orndorff Hotel Bldg.)
A PAIR OF SNAPS.
Nice 5 room red brick modern cot
tage, 409 Nevada. Price $3600; $1000
cash, balance easy at S percent. Also
family grocery store, excellent loca
tion good family trade. Business now
runs' from $40 to $50 per day. Casn
store. Rent $25 month. $1000. Ad
dress P. D. Q., Herald.
Too Late to Classify.
I HAVE OPTIONS on several fine
tracts of agricultural lands dn the
west coast of Mexico. These tracts
are located on the S. P. railroad, none
of them being over five miles from
railroad. Prices range from-$1.7o to $3
gold per acre. Would like to meet with
some capitalists of prominence here
who would consider going in with me
and organize a mutual land invest
ment company. I do not want your
money, but If you are In a position to
Invest a few thousand I can show you
how we can make 10 for one. For in
terview call up Room 36. Zieger hotel.
EXPERIENCED housekeeper, middle
aged single lady wishes, position; best
references. Auto, phone 2499.
I WANT TO BUY"
A home and will pay cash, and will
buy at once. Answer Charles W-, care
$20 PER ACRE.
Signed up under first allotment of
Elephant Butte project. ILocated In
splendid locality and in Mesilla valley.
Mathews & Dyer.
WANTED Second hand pier glass or
long mirror. Phone 3708.
WANTED 10 firstclass makers. Ap
ply Immediately. Bioch Millinery Co.
-WANTED Colored or Mexican porter.
Good worker only. Bioch Millinery Co.
OVE GOOD VALLEY FARMS
This side of Tsleta. with attractive
prices and terms.
HoIraaR & Hatcher, .
Morgan Building. Phone 1242.
POSITION WANTED by experienced'
double entry bookkeeper and office
man. A No. 1 references. Address P.
298, care Herald.
-WANTED A competent white woman
to do cooking and general housework.
FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, with private
bath. 612 N. Campbell. Phone 210,4.
$3600 BUYS A 5 "ROOM COTTAGE,
South front, close In on Wyoming St.;
Holman & Hatcher,
Morgan Building. Phone 1242.
FURNISHED ROOMS for or without
housekeeping. 1001 N. El Pas-o St.,
ebout 2 blocks from public library.
WANTED Position by housekeeper
and dressmaker. J. I. M., 131 Leon St,
FOR SALE Chief National range,
Icitchen cabinet, extension table,
tubs, dishes, dressers, rockers,
chairs, office chair, desk, carpet
sweeper. Phone 1150 mornings. Sac
ramento and Ord, Grand View.
XTear Belen station. All in cultivation,
good improvements. $100 per acre with
Hoi man & Hatcher, Morgan Bldg;.
EXPERIKVCED bookkeeper at present
employed, desires to make change;
good references: can make bond. Ad
dress Z. T. X.. Herald.
WANTED Large unfurnished room,
close in. Write J. R. H.. Herald.
HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS.
We have nice homes, both frame and
brick, which we can sell on monthly
payments of from $15 to $25. Why
Rio Grande Realty Co.,
Room 4 Stevens Bidg. Bell 478.
$4200 WILL BUY"
A 5 room house, modern throughout,
south front on Boulevard.
Holman Hatcher, llorgan Bldg.
I HAVE 2 THOROUGHBRED collie
pups left, Bred In the purple. Sire
and dam both registered. Just the
dog for your children. A. S. Horton.
Inquire register window, postoffice.
Home Employment Office. Auto.
phone 2359. 506 N. Kansas St,
LARGE FRONT ROOir with board.
FOR SALE Nice -span little mules. 803
FOR SALE Good gas stove cheap.
Also 2 bull dog pups. 602 N. Camp
bell. RENT HOUSES WANTED.
We can rent them. What have you?
Holmnn Jfc Hatcher. Morgan Bldg.
WANTED By -lderly woman, respons
ible housekeeping. Address all week
P. 316. care Herald.
BROKEN GLASSES? Ask Segall.
Too Late to Classify.
3IAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley land.
PROPERTY OWNERS NOTICE.
If you want to sell your property
Holmau & Hatcher,
Morgan Building. Phone 1242.
VALLEY L4ND BARGAIN.
A fine tract about 8 miles below
Juarez at only $25 per acre, including
water rights. This land is level and
the finest soil.
Rio Grande Realty Co..
Room 4 Stevens Bldg. Bell 478.
FOR SALE 7 passenger 40 n. p. tour
ing car in good condition; a car which
sells at $4000 at the factory when new.
A bargain for cash. Call or address
Sturges Co., El Paso. Texas.
TOWNSITE PROPERTY at Tornillo.
271 acres close to station for $625
bonus, $2.00 balance due state; no resi
dence required. You can double your
money by cutting up into lots and
selling for $1.00 each. M. R. Henley,
Fort Hancock, Texas.
EAST EL PASO.
12 lots, northeast corner; sewer, wa
ter, gas, electric lights and phone.
Price only $3000; 1-3 cash, balance 1
and 2 years. Worth $4200.
Real Estate Co.,
207 Mills St.
105 E. Missouri, 4 rooms $32.50
710 N. Oregon, 4 rooms (fur.)... 30.00
513 Newman, 4. rooms 15.00
209 W. Rio Grande. S rooms 50.00
2312 Wyoming St., 3 rooms (fur.) 20.00
2917 Durazno St.. 5 rooms 1S.00
G04 Stewart St, 9 rooms 40.00
913 Mesa. S rooms 50.00
411 Willow St., 5 rooms 20.0C
Hafford & Collier,
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
DON'T PAY" RENT.
But ask us xo show you some of our
houses that can be bought on easy
terms. We have some bargains too.
W. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building.
IF I AM THE ONLY LENS JRtNDER
In El Paso, and I positively am the
only one who has .any machinery for
grinding lenses, and your glasses -were
specially ground, who made them? I
make glasses RJght. That is the rea
son that I do the work of El JPaso
both retail and wholesale.
Geo. D. Kendall,
20S Mesa Ave.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF
A PROPOSITION LIKE THIS?
A house on Wyoming St. for $450
cash, balance $35 a month, and it la
rented for $40. See us at once.
Real Estate Co.,
207 Mills St.
FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask SegalL
BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED H03IE.
In the best residence district, north
side. A beautiful 2 story red pressed
brick, 2 full lots, south front. This
house is modern and uptodate; all the
conveniences. The grounds are highly
improved. Owner's business calls him
to California and will sacrifice for a
quick sale. If you want this you will
have to act quick. Elegantly furnished,
including silverware and table linen;
Caidy & Davidson.
MONTANA ST. CORNER, $5500.
?ot the built-for-sale kind. This
was built for a home. No expense
spared; 6 large rooms; all the modern
conveniences; .2 full lots. Can give
good terms. ,
Cassldy & Davidson, Sole Agents.
A GOOD BUY ON N. KANSAS ST.
A modern 4 room red pressed brick,
close in, only $3750; good terms.
LISTEN YE THAT ARE WEARY.
For there is a place to rest. A beau
tiful homey home, north side residence
district, paved street, with every built
in effect and luxurious convenience
VlOf- ln Tllllt ll1l r1iTleA M. i3yv
...... ..0,.u.i tumu ut. IOC "J- -1J1UV- .
lence could require. We cannot de- J
scribe It as it is, so let us show you. '
The price is low and the terms easy.
v Cassldy & Davidson,
211 St. Louis St.
FIVE ROOM BRICK ON BOULEVARD.
On lot and a half, south front, This is
a fine place and a bargain at the price,
$3500. Reduced $1000 for a quick sale
W. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building.
BUY AN ESTABLISHED BUSINESS.
EATING HOUSES FR03I HERE
'TO CARRIZOZO, N. 31.
Cafe $ 500.00
Tent'and Awning Co. snap 500.00
Candy store 5CTO.O0
Any kind of business you want and
a square deal.
John Barbrick & Co.,
210 N. Stanton.
Bell 537. i Auto. 1937.
NEED GLASSES? Ask Segall.
A HOUSE BARGAIN.
Modern 4 room red pressed brick
house, finely decorated. 3 corner lots,
1 block from Fort Bliss car. line, block
95, East El Paso. Price only $2350;
$1100 cash, balance 1. 2 and 3 years.
Real Estate Co.,
207 Mills St,
FIVE R003IS, FURNISHED,
$3500. EASY TER3IS.
This house is close to car line, has
all modern improvements, hard wood
floors, cemenfc porches, etc". A big bar
gain at this price and terms.
NINE ROOMS. MUNDY AVE.,
54500. EASY TER3IS.
This is the one opportunity in this
town to acquire a modern home close
in, on monthly payments.
Beautiful new modern flats, 4 rooms
and bath, ,2 mantels, gas range in
kitchen and heater in bath room.
Nicely- arranged large rooms. $35
per month. These are absolutely the
nicest and most exclusive fiats in town.
Downing & Cravrell,
Real Estate. Rentals.
Fire Insurance, Burgrlnry Insurance.
209 Mesa Ave. Phone 578.
EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segall.
R003IING HOUSES. f
16 rooms, terms 1 $1050.00
34 rooms, terms 950.00
16 rooms, terms 850.00
10 rooms, terms 1000.00
47 rooms,1 cash 5500.-00
7 rooms, cash :.. 550.00
8 rooms, cash 500.00
13 rooms, cash 1500.00
IS rooms, terms 1000.00
John Barbrick & Co..
210 N. Stanton.
Bell 537. Auto. 1937.
OLD 3IEXICO LAND BARGAIN.
217,000 acres. S. W. Durango. 65.000
aces of this will cut 500.000,000 feet
merchantable lumber. 4-5 pine, bal
ance all good grazing and some beau
tiful valley for cultivation Limes,
lemons and oranges do well in these
valleys. Price 75c per acre. We nave
many good Mexico ranches for sale
Write us forparticulars.
Newman & Son,
304 Mesa. Orndorff Hotel Building
Too Late To Classify.
MAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley land.
3 HOUSES MUST BE SOLD On north
side on corner; big sacrifice. HAW
KINS BROS. "Homes Our Specialty."
MONEY TO LOAN $50,000 to loan on
choice real estate paper, 50 percent
valuation. HAWKINS BROS., Morgan
' cvin nnwv "sxtt.t. Tirv r -,-.-. v-?,ir
V W V . w JLJ- 1 M A JJLXl Ul 1UO-
in five minutes walk of P. O., north
side. HAWKINS BROS. "Homes Our
Specialty." Morgan Bldg.
ONLY $500 DOWN will buy this 6 room
brick, close to high school. $4200.
HAWKINS BROS. "Homes Our Spec
ial ty." Our list is the biggest.
FOR RENT New 8 room 2 story ce-
mPTlf Hlnrlr hnncn VAminw r tKa
--.,, ... j,vl., It JUHUllg UU, .C tilt
i remarkably low rent of $30. Demand
: ny nnn t .... ...Ill j. 1A
avu iuuuis 11. yuu. win rem sa.mu ax siu
R. C Bsiley Land Co., 306 Mesa.
ROOMING HOUSE SNAP.
One of the largest in town and best
of location. Has 47 rooms and is a big
John Barbrick & Co.,
210 N. Stanton.
E3ll 537. Auto. 1937.
OFFICE FOR RENT
To a suitable tenant, broker preferred.
Office is desirably located in wholesale
district, on railroad track; has cold
storage facilities and every modern
convenience; cheap rent. Really an
oxceptional opportunity. Address D.
C. C, care Herald.
FOR RENT Front room. 810 Arizona.
LOST Old fashioned gold locket,
green stone on outside, empty inside.
Return and get reward at Elite Con
fectionery. FOR RENT 3 room house, furnished
or unfurnished. 527 Federal St., High
FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeeping
rooms, gas range, hot water. $15 a
month. 1604 Boulevard.
Reception and Party Gown!) a Specialty
By Graduate of
SrcDoYvell's Cutting: School,
Parlors 713 Upson Av,e.
Mr. J. H. Jones,
FOR RENT Eight room house. Sunset
Heights, $40 a month to a good tenant
that will take care of the house.
R. C. Bailey Land Co., 300 Mesa.
FOR. SALE Nearly new furniture,
must be sold quickly. 'Owner going
out of town. 1101 E. Nevada St,
FOR EXCHANGE Will trade 4 year
old saddle horse for double rigged
buggy and harness. Room 209, Caples.
WILL TRADE TOYAH OIL LAND for
cottage, lots or automobile. Land is
tillable and joins Texas . company
Room 209, Caples.
WANTED Good stout ambitious boy,
about 19 to learn good trade. Address
W. J.. Herald.
MAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley land-
FOR RENT Four Tooms, bath, electric
light, gas range. $20. Phone 2411,
FRONT SUITE housekeeping, also
other rooms reasonable. 304 E. Over
land. HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 615 Montana.
I HAVE A FEW THOUSAND DOL-
lars I wish to invest with services in
an established business in or out of
El Paso that will bear Investigation.
State nature of offering in first letter.
Address F. C, care Herald.
FOR RENT 2- furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Call 714 N. Vir
ginia. WANTED Boy with wheel. Phone 481.
FOR SALE CHEAP A gas stove,
heater and a bedroom set, all prac
tically new. Phone 1019.
WANTED Mexican girl for kitchen
work. One who knows something
about cooking. 1020 E. Rio Grande.
SIX R003IS. $3S00.
This house is on Myrtle Ave., close
to E. P. & S. W. shops and the foun
dry. Is' modern and finely finished.
EYEGLASS COMFORT? Ask Segall.
WANTED TO BUY H03IE.
5 or 6 room cottage. Must be a
bargain. Niesly located; reasonably
close in. B. J. W., Herald office.
EL PASO LODGE. NO. 13f, A.F. JfeA. 3L
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
L. E. Glllett. W. M
E. W. S. Neff, Secy.
Majionic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.; hours 10 a. ro. to 12 m.
No. 244, O. E. S.,
Tonight, S Oclock.
Anna O'Rear. Sec.
A. cfc A. S. RITE OF" FREE 3IASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. H. MrCnllongh. Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL.
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
WOEK AT THE DAM
W. M. Reed, district engineer of the
reclanlation service, has returned from
a trip of inspection to Elephant Butte
and Engle. The work on the last three
miles of the right of way of the branch
railroad to run to the cam site, he says,
is progressing nicely. They have a
force of 300 men at work and are mak
ing good progress considering the dif
ficulties to overcome. At the dam site,
a force of 75 men is at work and the
resident engineer will soon put on a
night shift in order to hurry the prelim
inary work at the dam.
W. H. Frankland, chief ;lerk of the
local reclamation offices, accompanied
Mr. Reed on his inspection trip, but re
mained at the Butte.
Big feature bill. Happy Hour.
E. 3L FINK H03IE SOLD
TO J. A. BRADFORD.
J. A. Bradford has purchased the E.
M. Fink residence on Magoffin avenue
through the A. P. Coles & Bros, agency
for ?5250. The property is 30 by 120
feet, having a frontage on Magoffin
avenue and Is occupied by a brick cot
tage. MEXICAN CATTLE RECEIVED.
A shipment of 585 head of cattle from
the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, arrived
at this port Thursday and made entry.
They were consigned to the Southwest
ern Stockyards company and 'will be
sent to California to be "pastured.
Big feature bill. Happy HourT
The Surrounding District Is
Greatly Interested in
Big as he Barnuni & Bailey circus is,
it was no more entertaining than El
Paso's own big show, the El- Paso Fair
and Exposition. Secretary Rich return
ed Wednesday from Arizona where he
has been in the interest of the fair and
is enthusiastic about the success of the
fair since he has got in touch with the
interest which is being taken in the
exposition in jte territories.
Upon returning to El Paso Mr. Ptich
closed a contract for the free shows
which are to be a feature of the after
noon and evening program at the fair. A
iballoon ascension will (be made twice
daily during the nine days of the fair.
Acrobatic exhibitions and trick cvclist
acts will be given in front of the grand
stand during the fair, making of it a
continuous performance from the time
it opens on Oct. 29 to the closing hour
on sov. 6.
While in Globe Mr. Rich was assured
by Pickens and Page that these faimous
drillers would come to El Paso for the
rock drilling contest for the champion
ship of the southwest. This will be
given on -Statehood day and will bo wit
nessed by the governors of the two ter
ritories, and the members of the South
western Editorial association, which will
be in session at the fair grounds on that
da3 and will participate in the famous
T. R. chuck wagon feed.
MEXICAN RAILWAY ENGINE
DEAD AT CARRIZAL
The incoming- train of the National
railways, arriving at El Paso at 7:25
oclock "Wednesday morning- passed the
southbound train which left El Paso
Tuesday afternoon at 6:35 at Carrizal,
about 90 miles south of Juarez, where
it had stopped with a ead engine, nine
hours behind time. An engine was sent
out of Juarez to carry the train on
T. P. TRAIN IS DELAYED.
The train of the Texas & Pacific, due
in- El Paso at 11:40 a. m., Tnursday, will
not 'arrive In the city until 4:10 in the
afternoon according to late advices. The
cause of the delay has not been learned
in El Paso as it originated east of Big
Springs. The delay will probably cut
the circus attendance to the extent of
several hundred people.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
H. J. Simmons, general manager of
the Southwestern, is in Chicago.
"W. J. Neylar has been employed as
operator by the S. P- and has been as
signed to duty at Tucson.
John Carruthers, passenger conductor
on the western division of the South
western, has obtained a lay-off of 30
D. F, Bucher, superintendent of the
National Railways at Chihuahua, cam
up Thursday morning on the train from
the south, in his private car.
Arthur Grob, a railway mail clerk
between Amarillo and Pecos, has been
given a 30 days' leave of absence and
will visit his home in Missouri.
"W. R. Martin, superintendent of the
El Paso union station, has returned
from a business trip to Globe, Ariz.,
where he Is interested in mining prop
erties. J. Page Kemp, city freight solicitor
of the G .H. returned "Wednesday morn
ing from a vacation trip to New York,
cdming by steamship from New York
to New Orleans.
The following appointments have
been made in the G. H. service; J. M.
Lewis to be freight brakeman at El
Paso: B. ". Sherman to be switchman
at El Paso; R. R. Smith to be operator
at El Paso.
The following promotions, "carrying
an 'increase in pay, have been made in
the railway mail service: C. E. Curley,
runing between Amarillo and Pecos
from class 1 to 2; Walter L. Smithy
ruiming Between Amanuo ana Jfecos
!rom class 3 to 4.
J. B. Marshel, commercial agent of
the Chicago, Milwaukee and St- Paul,
with headquarters at Dallas, is in the
city. He was accompanied to El Paso
by "W. S. Howell, assistant general
freight agent of that road, whose head
quarters are at Chicago. Mr. Howell
will leave for Chicago over the Golden
State this afternoon.
That jolly old maid. Happy Hour.
ARRIVE HOME SATURDAY
The Santa Fe special train which car
ried the now famous El Paso Mesflla
delegation to the irrigation congress at
Pueblo will reach El Paso according to
present advices, about 8 oclock Satur
day evening. The congress adjourns on
Friday afternoon and the local delega
tion will leave Immediately thereafter,
reaching El Paso the next evening.
GENERAL MANAGER DOUGLAS
I1X EL PASO ON' BUSINESS
"Walter Douglas1, general manager of
the Phelps-Dodge mining Interests in
the southwest and second vfee president
of the Southwestern, is in the city. He
spent the day at the general offices of
the company in El Paso.
Bis feature bill. Happy Hour.
FINED 850 ON CHARGE
OF STEALING FIVE CENTS.
Sherman, Tex., Sept 29. Grover
Belk. aged 18, from Ithaca, was fined
$50 and given 30 days in jail here to
day when convicted on a charge of
stealing a purse containing 5 cents.
AMERICA V F3DITORS ON RE
TURN TRIP FROM MEXICO
Laredo, Tex., Sept. 29. A party of
30 American editors, who have been
guests of the Mexican centennial com
mission, Ciossed the border of Texas
early this morning on the return to
FIND PRISONER INSANE.
Waco, Tex.. Sept. 29. B. B. Witt-,
the barber charged with the murder
Of Mrs. L. Ozment, a rooming house
keeper, was today adjudged insane by
the district court jury after 20 hours'
JUAREZ COMES TO CIRCUS.
Ciudad Juarez resembled a Xew Eng
land Sunda.y, because the circus is in El
Paso. Streets this morning were almost
.That jolly old maid. Happy Hour.
MOtfEY AND METALS.
Nevr YorK Quotations.
(By Associated Press.")
New York, Sept. 29. Call money
Prime mercantile paper, 56 pir
CIqmIus (iuotatlaas Today.
Bar silver, 53.
Desilvered leafr, firm, $4.37
Copper, dull, standard spot, ?12.05
12.10; Oct., same.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) ?5.42.
Mexican Coas. 44c
Current neltcr Q,uotailous.
E1 Paso Smalter.)
Bar silver 53 Ts
Copper (wire bars) 12.3
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.).. .12.175
-Lead (London sales prices). 12, sl5, dO
Lead (New York sales prices) .54.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.-
Bar silver 53.73
Cogper . .- 12.30
NEW YOEK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald front
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Amalgamated' . .. 62&
American Smelters 66
Anaconda "..... .-r.7 38
Colorado Fuel & Iron 30
Erie Ry 26
M., K. & T .-..' 31
Missouri Pacific 53
Rock Island 30
Southern Pacific 115
Union Pacific 166
U. S. Steal, common 683
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Glone. Ariz.)
Arizona Commercial 16
Boston Corbin 13
Calumet & Arizona ".-. 57
Copper Range 65
Giroux .-,. 674
Greene Cananea 6
Nevada Con - 19
North Butte ,' 26
Old Dominion S 36
Superior & Boston 8
Superior & Pittsburg..- 11
Trinity i . 5
I". S. Smelters, common 39
Utah Con 22
Utah Copper 45
El Paso May Have Key
Eate Eeduced By Ad
ments. With the key Tate reduced from 50
cents to 47 cents by the addition of a
fire 'wagon and the appointment of a
fire marshal and again reduced from
47 cents to 44 cents by a credit of six
percent or three cents by the addition
of an automobile fire engine and other
fire fighting apparatus, El Paso's kev
rate may yet be reduced below to cents
which will reduce the number of ex
posures In tne dwelling districts from
two to one and reduce the amount of
insurance paid bj El Paso property
Credits and Charges.
The latest reduction has been an
nounced in supplement No. 1 of the key
rate bulletin of, August 1. The charges
that are made are on the deficient water
works for which a charge of 9 cents is
made, the iron clad pumping station
which is a charge of 10 cents, water
mains and fire hydrants deficient cost
12 cents, fire department shortage in
men three cents, a hook and ladder
truck s-ny costs two cents, a defective
fire alarm system is charged in 'the
key rate at one cent, the overhead trol
ley and other wires, six cents, and the
conflagration hazard four cents. The
credits are: Chemical engines on wheels
three percent, steamers in commission
two percent, self propeled apparatiiS
(auto engine) one percent; making a
total of six percent which allows a re
duction of three cents from the key
The new key rate of 44 cents can be
reduced further, insurance men say, by
the announcement of the official census
whicn Is now being held up in Wash
ington. The city is charged for firemen
on a basis of 43,300 population. As the
official census will not be over 39,000, a
reduction of three cents can be made
in this part bf the charge column.
The mesa pumping plant which JS
listed as a charge of ten cents because
it is iron clad is to be made fireproof
at once and with this done the key rate
could be reduced from 44 cents to 3t
cents and the insurance premiums low
ered in proportion. The city will take
charge of the waterworks Friday and
will then be in position to make tnl$
reduction at once, thus saving the policy
holcJing public thousands in premiums.
RAID OFFICE AM)
Moiling Brokers Witli Many
Branches, Charged With
Fraud by Government.
Washington, D. C Sept. 29. Agents
of the department of justice at noon
today raided the offices of B. F. Schef
tels & Co., in New York city, mining
and stock brokers, and branches of the
firm at Boston, Providence, Philadel
phia. Chicago, Milwaukee and Detroit.
The complaint Is conspiracy to use thb
mails to defraud. At the New York of
fice several were arrested, including B
E. Scheftels, head of the firm.
POLICE PATROL. HORSES
RUN AWAY WEDNESDAY
When the police patrol was return
ing to the station after answering a
call Wednesday evening, the horses
took fright on Overland street and ran
away, but no one was injured. The ani
mals ran west on Overland street to
El Paso street hauling the patrol
wagon behind them and were about to
crash Into the store of Sam Schwartz
when fireman John Holly, of the cen
tral company caught the reins and
turned the animals into an iron hitch
ing post, stopping them.
The horses were slightly scarred and
the wagon had some of the paint rub
bed off, but not further damaged. On
Overland street the horses collided with
a fruit wagon and tumbled the contents
into the street,
STOCKS A1TD BO-TDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AITD PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AHD COTTON.
(By Special "Wire to The Herald from
H. E. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Arizona-Michigan, part paid
Calumet & Montana
Chino Copper Co
Cordova, part paid, Asked
Cordova, full paid. Asked
Live Oak Development
National Mining Exp
Ohio Copper .--1
San Antonio, part paid
Superior & Globe, part paid
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
Dec $ 96 96
. May 52
Dec i .' 32v&
Chicago Provisions. Close.
Oct 5. 17.75
Jan . 9-20
St. Louis Wool. Close.
St. Louis, Mo., Sept, 29. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums. 18
23; fine mediums, 1720; fine, 1417.
Galveston Cotton. Close.
Galveston, Tex., Sept. 29. The to
tal receipts for cotton for September,
including 18,552 .day, are 471,649
bales, breaking all September records.
With tomorrow's receipts the month's
total will be nearly half a million.
Foreign exports for the month reach
He Virtually Admits, How
ever, That Plans Are
Walter Douglas, vice president of the
Southwestern, who spent Thursday in
the city, in company with Dr. L. D.
Eicketts, of the Cananea Consolidated
Copper company, when asked to tea
what the extension plans of the South
western in Arizona were, replied that
there were no extension plans. He was
reminded that the newspapers of Ari
zona particularly, had. had a great deal
to say of the .extension. He said, "'Yes,
the papers have built a nunsher of ex
tensions on paper, and that is about all
there is to it.J
However, Tice pregident Douglas admitted-
that the road ias extension plans
when he stated that the extension would
be decided upon in the next two months.
"The whole situation is this," said Mr.
Douglas, ".we still have our surveyors in
the field and the route has not been de
cided upon. The news of the extension
will come from the New York office and
nothing is authentic until' it does come
Mr. Douglas wouMnot make a state
ment upon the meaning of the acquisi
tion of Rock Island stock by the Phelps
Dodge company. He is general manager
of the PhelDS -Dodge mining interests m
JUAREZ POUCH CHIEF
PROVES A SOIiOMON
3Iat Complalacd That Woman Had
Taken 75 From Him, bat Officer
Found It la Maa's Sock.
Complaining of the larceny 6t $75,
Francisco Chasco started the Mexican
police into action Wednesday after
noon. At his request Esther Flores, a
woman, was brought before the Juarez
police chief. She denied soiling her
hands with any ill-gained money. She
was searched, as was her room. No
$75 was found.
Now, it appeared to police chief
Ponce de Leon that the woman spoke
the truth. Also it appeared to him
that the man had lost his money. The
man was searched. At the very bot
tom that is, in the left sock was
found a roll of $75 in paper currency.
This was what had happened. The
man had thrust the bills into his
trousers, but not in his pocket. The
paper had worked its way down the
channels of underclothing and into the
Sequel: One Esther Flores was
gi,ven $5 reward for not having, done
anything, and one Francisco Chasco
has just $70 left,
PAYS ONE IilCENSE FOR A
On the score that the two exhibitions
of the Barnum & Bailey circus consti
tute one continuous performance, the
circus management has paid license fees
of $250 for ne state and $150 for the
county, a total of $375, according to the
statement of county collector Harper
Thursday afternoon, for the privilege
of showing in El Paso..
Thiis would entitle a,nyone paying
their admission to the afternoon per
formance to remain in the tent after
the close of the afternoon concert, the
intermission, and also attend the even
The circus management, however, may
have to pay an additional license of
$375 for 'the evening performance, as
collector Harper states he will visit the
show after the afternoon performance,
and if ie judges that a continuous per
formance xs not being -presented, he
states he will collect the second licens
ALABAMA CITY HAS A
BIG GAIN IN POPULATION
Washington, D. C Sept. 29. One of
the largest increases in population
shown by the recent census fgures is
that of Birmingham, Ala. Its popula
tion is 132, GS5, an increase of 32,270, or
245.1 percent over 1900.
That jolly old maid. Happy Hour.
Are prepared to instal all kinds ol
mining and milling machinery, hoisting
works and conveyers. Residence 341
Hueca street. Bell phone HIS.
DR. CARL SMITH (MEN ONLY)
107 San Antonio St. Auto 2151.
METROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO.
Furniture repaired and varnished. 219
South Stanton St. Both phones.
ESTIIER ALLEN, Maalcnria.
211 St. Louis St. Bell 19SI
DR, LEE 3IcINTOSH
Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio SU
M.4Y0R SAYS CANT
Pears the Inmates Might Be
come toeattered Over the
Agitation for the removal of the res
idents of the restricted district has
again been started and a conference is
to be held with mayor C. E. Kelley.
Those interested are H. C. Myles,
James Clifford, T. C. Lyons and oth
ers, who own considerable property on
Overland street,- in the vicinity of
Broadway. Property owners on South
Oregon, Broadway, South Stanton and
cross streets, 3re also interested in. the
removal or abolishment of the district.
Mayor Kelly Thursday morning
stated that he did not hold a confer
ence with property owners Wednesday
relative to the removal of the district,
and also "that at present there Is no
place else for the residents of ths dis
trict to be placed and I don't believe
that it would be the proper thing to
do to have the women scattered in the
residence districts of the city."
CAN COME TO FAIR
Dr. Ricketts Says There Is
No Objection to Its
Cananea's baseba.1 club will be seen
in action at the El Paso Fair.
Dr. I. . Ricketts, general man
ager of the Cananea Consolidated
Copper company, who was. here
Thursday, said that he knew of no ob
jection to the entrance of the copper
camp team in the tournament. 'It is
up to Mr. Walling, the manager of the
club," Dr. Ricketts said. "There is no
objection that I know of to the Cana
nea club entering the fair tourna
ment, although I have nothing to do
with It, as it is entirely up to Mr.
As it was at Dr. R'ickettss sugges
tion that the Cananea club declined to
participate in the 1909 tournament
here, according to the Douglas papers,
it now looks good for the fast Sonora
team o be in at the finish of the fair
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
WILLIAM H. ROBERTS.
Funeral services for William H. Rob
erts, onevearold son of Dr. Roberts oi
Casas Grandes, were held, this afternoon.
Rev. O. S. Wright officiated. Intermen
was made in Evergreen cemetery
- RAYMOND HAWKINS.
Funeral services for Ravmond Hawk
ins, an infant, were held 'Wednesday at
S008 Frutas street.
MRS. ADA FATJLINER.
Mrs. Ada Faulkner, widow of Herbert
Faulkner, an I P. S.'W. conductor,
killed here two years ago, dwd Tuesday
at Tucumoari. The foody will be broaghs
to El Paso for interment.
TRUEXL COX'S FTJHERAL.
The funeral of Truell Cox will be held
from the funeral parlors of XcBean,
Simmons & Carr Friday moriiing at 9:30.
The services will be conducted by Rer,
Charles L. Overstreet, pastor of the Firs.
For El Paso and viclnify: Tonight
and Friday generally fair.
For New Mexico: Tonight and Friday
For West Texas: Tonight and Friday
generally fair, warmer tonight in north
Locql Office TJ. S. Wcatker Bareaau
El Paso, Texas., Sept, 29, 1910. HI
6a. m. 6 p. m.
Barometer (sea level) .. 29.99 19. S8
Dry barometer .......... 2 82
Wet thermometer 56 61
Dew point 62 4
Relative humidity 70 29
Direction of wind SE NH
Velocity of wind 7 23
State of weather Clear Pt-Cldy
Rainfall last 24 hours .. .OS
Max. temp, last 24 hours , 87
MIn. temp, last 12 hours 62
Y. M. a A. XOTES.
.. A ,
The Forum will dscuss association,
night schools at its meeting Saturday
nlght. A. H. Hughey will lead the dis
cussion. Association teachers will be
present and all members of this year's
or former season's classes are Invited
The Boys' Bible classes will meet
Sunday at 2:30 to begin the year. There
nave been eight classes organized.
Thet Y. M. C. A. bath room smells
like, "milady's" boudoir. In place of
"it floats" soap, some scented soap has
been supplied as a regular attraction.
Also it is rumored that the shower
baths are going to be repaired.
TEX PRISONERS ESCAPE.
Dallas, Tex., Sept, 29. Ten prisoners,
al negroes, escaped from the count?
jail this morning, and up to noon had
not been recaptured.
LITIIJER YARD BURN'S.
Palestine, Tex., Sept, 29. Fire, orig
inating at the yards of the Boyle Lum
ber company, destroyed lumber valued
at $12,000. The cause of the fire is
Born, to !Mr. and -.frs. J. G. Inijels, a
boy. yir. Inpels i3j te manager of the
Business Men's Protective association.