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tions, per word 05
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ADS BY PHONE
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell wfcat
you want. The Herald boy will collect
the next day.
For Sale Real Estate.
ARIZONA.
For Sale S60 acres deeded land un
der tence, in Sulphur Springs valley,
will oe sold in lots to suit purchasers;
abundance of water.
1T3 acres in Greer county, Okla
homa, with a creek of running water.
500 head good range cattle.
Some valuable relinquishments.
L. V. 3IcCOURT,
Real Estate and Brokerage.
Willcox, Arizona.
VALLEY LAND SPECIAL.
We have one special in valley lands
hat we have only a few days now in
which to wind up. Comprises 100 acres
nd the price for the land improved
as it is. Can't go over one day with
out being sold.
HENRY & HUGHES,
30 City ati. Bank Bldg. Phone 269.
GOOD BARGAINS IN 3IEXICO
LANDS.
631 acres, about 10 mles below
Juarez. No better soil In the valley;
raw land, but can be placed in excel
lent shape at little expense; has plen:
of wood. Price per acre. $40 gold.
50 acres 5 miles below Juarez; fina
sandv soil, raw land, but needs very
little leveling. On one of the largest
ditches in the valley. Price per acre
only $35 gold.
18 acres only -i miles from town; has
2 room house, one-half in wheat, other
has good timber. Price per acre 540.
200 acres about 5 miles from
Juarez; finest raw land In the valley;
wood on place will pay for the clearing.
Price per acre, $45.
JUAREZ REALTY CO.,'
C. Juarez, Chic., Mexico.
No. 88 Comercio SL. Phone Bell 346.
HKRR TS a HOME FOR YOU. '
A 5 room red pressed modern cot
tage, south front, in the 1200 block on
Boulevard. S4000, on easy terms.
FIVE LOTS WELL LOCATED
In East El Paso. 2 blocks south of the
street car line, for $1150. on terms.
VALLEY FARMS TO SUIT.
"WE KNOW THE VALLEY.'
WATCH OUR AD FOR TOYAH OIL
FIELD DEVELOP3IENT.
We believe there wiil be some In
formation of interest to the public
forthcoming. '
DE SHAZO REALTY CO.,
PhoYre' 2G5. Suite S, Stevens Bldg.
A BEAUTD7UL HOME IN MUNDY
HEIGHTS ADDITION FOR SS400.
Has ,9 large rooms, 2 story red
pressed brick. Faces the Mundy Park
and has a frontage of 65 feet. Hut
water heat, full basement with c:
ment floors; two bath rooms, large
sleeping porch, servant's room, etc
This is an Ideal home and has most
desirable exposure. Is situated in a
restricted district with paved streets
and sidewalks. This is an exceptional
bargain. We can give most liberal
terms.
We have a most desirable proposi
tion on the 'corner of South El Paso
and Fourth Sts. 25x120 feet of
ground. Price $6500; terms 1-3 cash,
balance 1 and 2 years.
A modern 6 room coltage In most
desirable locality. This house is new
and most desirable otherwise. Price
P4250; liberal terms. ,
An uptodate 5 room modern cot
tage on Roosevelt St. Price $3500.
Terms $500 cash, balance monthly 'in
stallments. BEHR & WATTS.
Wc Write Fire Insurance.
Meaey to Loan.
City National Baak BHildiBj?.
114 Pioneer Plara.
Phoac 454.
CHOICE FARMS FOR SALE.
20 acres, well located, fine soil, $55.
24 acres choice soil and location, $60.
30 acres, mostly in alfalfa, splendid
Boil; adjoining fine town, $S0.
40 acres, mile from Berino depot,
in cultivation, real bottom land. ISO.
We are licensed real estate dealers
and solicit only decent business.
Write or phone.
VILJOEN' & HANNUM,
La Mesa, N. M.
LAS CRUCES.
On the west side of the river. First
class soil, and nice and level.
Water rights will cost, ?1.00 per acre.
This is one of the 'best opportunities
for a man with a small amount of cash
to get .in on the ground floor, in the
valley.
The price is only
?23.0 PER ACRE,
And I can make you terms to suit you.
On any other land in this section
you cannot get land for the same price
for cash. l
YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY ON
THIS.
R. C. BAILEY LAND CO.,
306 Mesa Ave.. Orndorff Building.
Bell 2068. Auto. 2217.
A BIG CHANCE.
2200 acres in lower vaHey at very
attractive price.
62x120 feet on Arizona St., 8 rooms,
elegant home for $10,000; terms.
Another nice home on Arizona St., 9
rooms, 33x90 feet; a, bargain at $7000;
terms. . , .
62xl20, on W. Overland SL This is
good "property and can be sold at a
close figure; terms.
70 feet on S. Santa Fe St., just be
low Second St., at; close prices.
C room house on 50x120 feet, Wyom
ing St. This is an elegant home and
can be -had for $5700; terms.
We have a fine ls,t of valley land
above and below city at close prices.
Will be glad to show property.
McGHEE REALTY .CO.,
Percy 2IcGnee (JIanncer.)
For Sale Real Estate.
160 ACRES, highly improved farm. 6
miles Loraine, Texas, trade for mares,
mules or western land. V. H. Felw
ellen & Co., Roscoe. Texas.
FOR SALE 5 room brick house, large
hall, bath, 2 porches, grass and trees;
south front; also 70 feet on corner
Boulevard. By owher. Phone 3401.
FOR SALE BY OWiVER 2 level south
front corner lots on street car line,
Gold St.. Highland Park. Write W.
G. M-, care .tieraia.
160 ACRES, highly improved farm, 2
miles Hermleigh, Texas, trade for
mares, mules, or western land. V. .
Flewellen & Co.. Roscoe. Texas.
Too Late To Classify.
MSICD GLASSES? Ask SegalL
BIGGEST BARGAIN
In the valley. We can sell you a o
acre ranch at Canutillo, only 12 miles
from town, at 535 per acre.
Mayfleld Realty Co.,
, Plaza Block. Phone 6S4.
ARE YOU LOOKING
For a bargain i lots on easy pay
ments". Here is something that is not
way out in the suburbs, but within
reasonable walking distance. The own
er is about to leave for California and
must seU quick. Has authorized us
to offer the last 4 lots at $37o each
510 down and $10 per month, with i
percent interest.
Ask Hodge Realty Co.,
303 Texas St. Phone 815.
FOR RENT OFFICE.
Over El Paso Optical Co. Iarge
front office, well lighted, for only 1
per month Inquire at
El Paso Optical Co.
VALLEY LANDS.
30 acres close to town.
50 acres in upper valley.
S." acres in upper valley.
70 acres below town. '
105 acres improved, below town.
ST, acres Improved below town.
200 acres partly improved below town.
600 acres at a very low price.
0000 acres across the river at ia.
Mnyfield Realty Co., .
Plaza Block. Phone 6S4.
, MAKE AN OFFER.
We have in Highland Parkaoroom
brick house that cost with . lot $2a0q.
The owner must sell and we are pre
pared to recommend the acceptance of
anv reasonable offer. This is a bona
fide proposition. The house is all
right and about $700 cash will handle
it at a great sacrifice.
Ask Hodge Realty Co.,
303 Texas St. Phone Slo.
FOR RENT.
Splendid S room house on Ri
Grande, ail modern conveniences, onlj
$40 to desirable tenants.
Hafford & Collier,
417 Mesa Ave.' Bell 61o. .
FOR SALE. -
200 spring calves. .
200 long yearlings. X
GOO 2 to 6 years "old cows.
1000 -Angora goats. f
50 saddle horses.
50 mares and young horses.
1440 aSesland in two parcels, about
5 miles apart. a
Splendid range .and well watered,
Xewman fc Sob,
304 Mesa Ave. Phone 914.
Tnit. RE5T.
1113 Boulevard. 3 roqms (fur.)
$35.00
40.00
40.06,
40.00
30.00
40.00
28.50
45.00
26.00
30.00
15.00
EO.OO
611 Montana. 3 rooms
1112 E. Rio Grande, S rooms
602 N. Oregon, S rooms -
2314 Wyoming, 8 rooms
1503 Mundy, S rooms
531 W. Missouri. 5 room Hat
1116 N. Oregon, 6 room fiat
610 N. Campbell, 4 rooms
709 Nl Stanton, 5 rooms
513 Newman, 4 rooms
09 W. Rio. Grande. 8 rooms....
2312 Wyoming St., 3 rooms f fur.)
Hafford & Collier,
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phono
20.00
615.
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished ,rooms.
Phone 2651. ,
WANTED Young man to assist on
books and make himself generally use
ful; one with knowledge of stenogra
phy preferred; state age, and experi
ence if any. Write J. 231, care Herald.
SFA'NISH P. J. Gonzales, Lincoln acad
emy, Juarez.
FOR BETTER GLASSIss Ask Segall.
HAVE YOU MONEY
To invest. If so investigate our plan.
PTinpniT.'Rl Pnsn BuildlnST Co..
Anderson-Filler Realty Co., Agents.
Over Watsons Grocery. rnone 3J..
YOUR EYES EXAMINED FREE
By Geo. D. Kendall, 208 Mesa Ave. He
Makes Glasses Right.
ROOMING HOUSE.
We have 2 nice 10 room places in
jood locations. Ask about these.
W. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building.
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A
HOME.
A beautiful 5 room cement block
house, 5 rooms, with basement of 2
rooms, 2 lots, electric lights and every
convenience. Right on Fort Bliss car
line and S2S00 Is the price. 5300 down
and $25 "per month. This is a snap.
Look at it. 1
Anderson-Filler Realty Co.,
Over Watson's Grocery. Bell 491
FOR RENT in Sunny South apartments,
606 Texas St., 2 and 3 room suites fur
nisned for light housekeeping; prices
reasonable.
VACANT LOTS VACANT LOTS. -
Two on Wyoming St., corner Austin,
also some East El Paso lots at 250
each; good terms on all of these.
WT. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building.
THE ONLY LENS GRINDER
In El Paso. GEO. D. KENDALL, 208
Mesa Ave.. Makes Glasses Right.
RENT POOR.
That is what a great many people
of El Paso become by paying out rent
vear after year. Own your own home.
We will build and sell it to you on
easy payments.
Anderson-Filler Realty Co
Over Waitson's Grocery. Phone 491.
GEO. D. KENDALL,
208 Mesa Ave., Makes Glasses Right.
I HAVE A NICE LOT of fine chickens
and turkeys for sale. Orders taken.
Also vegetables, apples and green chili.
Phone 808, ring 1 valley. Nusbaum.
FURNISHED FRONT R003I for house
keeping, 3 windows, grate, gas, elec
tric lights. 1UU sannioniu.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Phone 1486.
508 N. Kansas.
FOR RENT 5 room cottage, . 709 N.,
Stanton. Auto. 1617. 1 '
"WANTED Firstclass woman cook.
Phone 14S6.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW.
High up over the city's smoke and
dust. That Is what our-new 8 room
house on Campbell and Cliff is; mod
ern in every respect. $1000 cash will
buy It, balance easy terms. Call and
let us show you this.
Anderson-Filler Realty Co.,
Over Watsons' Grocery. Phone 491.
HERE'S A SNAP.
NINE LOTS IN ALTt'RA PARK.
All corner lots. 4 of them on car
line 5 one block from car line. $1150
for all. If you want to make some
money address H. B. H., Herald.
VALLEY LAND. VALLEY LAND.
Se our list before buying. '
Holmnn & Antcher, Moryran Bide
EL
Too Late to Classify.
EYEGLASS COMFORT? Ask Segall.
SIX ROOM BRICK Will trade for val
ley land; close in. - HAWKINS BROS..
Morgan Bldg.
FOLR ROOM BRICK, $2500 $100 down
and $25 a month; new. HAWKLNb j
BROS. Our list is the biggest.
..-. ,., .tt, iv win ,i
M? vrj. iiviixfii- i iuuiii uvft. ... -
for automobile. HAWKINS BROS., '
Morgan Bldg.
$3600 AVILL BUY 4 room brick house,
close to high school. HAWKINS
BROS., Morgan Bldg.
FINE BUILDING SITE Will trade for
cottage. HAWKINS BROS. "Homes
Our Specialty."
SACRIFICE FOR CASH 3 houses on
corner, north side; must sell at once;
big bargain if taken quick. HAWKINS
BROS., Morgan Bldg.
SEE OUR BIG LIST OF HOMES for
sale. "Homes Our Specialty." HAW
KINS BROS.
"WANTED Position as driver or auto
mobile repair man by thoroughly ex
perienced man. 'Address care J. 233,
Herald.
EAST EL PASO LOTS.
Some of the best lots In East El
Paso frpm $160 up, on terms of $25
down, balance 5 percent per month; no
interest.
Rio Grande Realty Co.,
Room 4 Stevens Bldg. Bell 478.
FOR RENT.
Cavaio1 Ta-n. A ynnm mnflorn "flpfc: SI n
to $30. Also several new houses never I
been occupied, uaii euner pnone j.uo.
Fisk, Trust Building.
NEW HOUSE CLOSE IN.
93350.
Five rooms and basement, red pressed
brick; fine location near high school.
$500 cash, balance monthly or to suit.
Fisk, Trust Building.
SOUTH' FRONT, BOULEVARD.
$3S00.
Story and half modern brick with
basement. Best bargain on Boulevard,
or any other street; terms to suit.
Fisk, Trust Building.
MAGOFFIN AVE., 3LOSE IN.
$5500.
Tivo storv 1 room modern red
nrpssed brick. 1000 block. A choice J
close in home $1000 under value.
) Fisk, Trust Building.
JUST RECEIVED.
Carload of handsome runabout auto
mobiles. Will sell on terms or trade
for lots or good notes.
Rio Grande Realty Co.,
Room 4 Stevens Bldg. Bell 478.
LA MESA, N. M., HOME.
Four acres fine soil, all fenced, al
falfa, garden truck, 6 room adobe
house, furnished nicely, 54 pee hives,
chickens, good horse and buggy, post
office in building pays $25 per month.
An easy snap for some one. All for
$3000; $1S00 cash, balance easy.
Holmxui ifc Hatcher, Morgan Bldg.
BARGAIN IN SMALL HOUSES.
PAY BIG INCOME.
This is the investment that you are
looking for today. We can only hold
this a day or so longer. See us at
once.
Mathews-Ghampl in Realty Co.,
117 N. Stanton St.
FOR RENT to, -healthy permanent peo
ple without small children, 4 rooms and
bath cottage, very close in.
at 60S E. Missouri St.
Inquire
PROSPECT AVE.
Close in. S large rooms white pressed
brick modern, on lot 46x200 feet, from
street to street, bearing fruit trees.
Nothing better than this; $000; 1--
Ilolman & Hatcher. Morgan Bldg.
M4.THEWS-CHAMFLIN REALTY CO.,
117 N. STANTON ST.
Mr. Mathews has 'had 3 years ex
perience in El Paso real estate and
Rio Grande valley lands. If you ant
to get next to the proper investments
see him at once.
Mnthews-Cbamplln Realty Co.,
Successors to Mathews & Dyer.
FOR TILIDE-G or 8 lots. Grand View,
for 4 room cottage, close In, north of
tracks; balance $25 monthly. Home,
care Herald.
FOR SALE 0 acres good land nrt"lin
300 yards of San Elizario postofflce.
Price $35 per acre; .terms.
H. L. Her-
ring, Bel en, Texas.
1TTRACTIVE FRONT R003I, hot and
cold water, sleeping porch and bath;
close in; private family. Also two light
housekeeping rooms cheap. Phone 89..
FOR SALE Bay horse, very gentle;
also buggy, Harness and nress wa
gon; horse guaranteed. Inquire Bel
gian Bakery, E. Overland St!
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, elec-
-,. no-1-.t- slfininer norch. base-
ment. Phone 3414 or call 900 Upson
Ave. after 4 p. m.
WANTED Young man to work' in gro
cery store; must be energetic, intelli
gent and honest. Apply 423 Mesa Ave.
WANTED Good cook and housekeep
er" on ranch; 2 in family. Call 816 N.
El Paso St. .
EAST EL PASO.
Two fine level lots on Blsbee St. for
$320; ?50 down and $15 a month; no
interest.
i Rio Grande-Realty Co.
Room 4 Stevens Bid?:. Bell 478.
WANTED Position by elderly woman
as housekeeper in hotel or rooming
house. Write J. 245, Herald.
FOR RENT Furnished 4 room bunga
low; has 2 large sleeping porches and
cement front porch; take Fort Bliss car
to Richmond St. Is first house. Or
phone 1616.
ARE YOU HOUSE HUNTING?
Here is the bargain you have been
looking for. Modern 5 room house, near
high school. Only $4200 $500 down,
balance monthly.
Cnssldy & Davidson.
FOR SALE BY OWNER 1 lots on W.
Missouri, in heart of city. Write J.
244, Herald. .
LADY, to avoid being alone, desires
company of 2 or 3 ladies; pleasant lo
cation, close to library; every home
comfort; best board, reasonable rates;
must be healthy and give references.
Bell phone 37(06.
FOR RENT 2 nice light housekeeping
rooms. 611 N. St. Vraln.
WANTED Use of, horse and buggy for
its keep and slight compensation, if
necessarv. for a few months; light ser
vice. Address P. '. box 678.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Comfortable, well furnished rooms
and good meals; location very desir
able, veil pnone
f54.
FOR EXCHANGE 2 building sites, 6
room cottage and 2 south front lots;
all clear. Price $8500. Wanted, large
house for home. Owner. Apgar. care
of Herald.
TWO ROOM FRAME, FIVE LOTS.
South front in block 39, Highland
Park. Price $1200, on terms- of $300
down, balance 1, 2 and 3 years.
Rio Grande Realty Co.,
Room 4 Stevens Building. Bell 47S.
AVANTED By competent butcher, po
sition as meat cutter. Address Butcher,
care Herald.
GREAT SACRIFICE.
Eight room beautiful home, charming
Mundy Ave., must sell, Vny terms you
want. Buy one of -our snaps in room
ing houses now. They will advance.
R. C. Bailey Land Co., SOS Mesa.
BEAR IN MIND that it will pay you
to see us if you are in the market.
Our list is very complete, both city ana
country, for propositions that will
stand investigation.
Cuskldv Sz Davidson
PASO HERALD
Too Late To Classify.
B R O KEN GLASSES? See Segall.
NOT SETTLED YET.
Well, listen. A beautiful 7 room 2
story, red pressed brick, modern and
uptodate in every detail; completely
furnished. Will sacrifice for a quick
sale; easy terms. lou will have to
show us if you can beat this. Located
on Rio Grande St., south front; 2 full
.-.
Ca.ssldy & Davidson.
AGRICULTURIST desiring to locate
near El Paso, or in Mesilla valley,
desires position of farm foreman or
superintendent, on salary or with sal
ary and part interest in crops. Young
man with experience. Address at once.
F.. care Herald.
HARD LUCK, but it must be sold.
This beautiful 5 room cottage in the
500 block on Montana St. See us for
particulars. Don't phone, call at our
office.
Cassldy Jb Davidson,
211 Mills St.
FOR SALE CHEAP Small business,
well established. 402, Herald.
WANTED A dining room
Wyoming.
girl. 215
FOR SALE: Piano cheap for cash; ring
54 and ask for Mr. Hopfield.
WANTED Mrs. M. Williams to call at
Bristol hotel; position for her.
WANTED AT ONCE 3 cooks, housa
girls, waitresses for city. Domestic
branch Fall & Mitchell Employment
office. Mrs. L. Marsh, Mgr. 151 N.
Florence. Bell 1464.
"WANTED A girl for general house
work. 1016 Rio Grande.
FOR SALE Furniture for 3 rooms In
4 room cottage, if house is rented by
purchaser. Apply 915 Magoffin Ave.
IT IS OUR BUSINESS to put people in
business. If you want to sell your
business list with
Cnssldy & Davidson.
TO THE PARTY LOOKING FOR A
SNAP.
This is an exceptionally fine propo
sition If you are looking for some
thing that is sure for yourself or for
vour son. A charming property close
in on N. Oregon St., near Y. M. C. A.
building. This property will double
vour irfoney in less than 5 vears. The
owner has instructed us to sell at a
sacrifice in order to meet his obliga
tion. See us for price and terms.
Cassidy & Davidson.
EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segalh
Rooms For Fair Visitors.
FOR RENT Large comfortable fur
nished room, close in; conveniences.
Rooms suitable for couples. 605 Mesa
Ave.
FOR RENT Neat furnished rooms
with all modern conveniences; rates
are reasonable; excellent location. 501
Boulevard.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for gen
tlemen only; rates reasonable; rooms
re neat, sunny and well furnished.
705 N. Florence St.
FOR RENT Large front bedroom;
will rent to two persons for $12 month,
or to one for $10; good location. 811
N. El Paso St. Bell 3404.
FGR RENT Eight large front rooms;
private entrance; good .location; rent
reasonable. The Tobin, 41
Paso St.
N. El
FOR ItENT Neat, sunny bedroom,
well furnished: rates reasonable; good
location. 714 Campbell St. .
BORD AND ROOM Excellent home
cooked meals, and neat, well furnished
rooms. Prices very reasonable. 62o N.
Santa Fe St. Auto. 1593.
BOARD AND ROOM Neat, sunny
rooms, running hot and cold water. Ex
cellent home cooking. Rooms ?6 to
$20. 917 Magoffin Ave.
FOR RENT Large front rooms, neat,
well furnished; house thoroughly re
modeled; new management; rates reas
onable. The Carnegie, tui x-au
Missouri Sts.
and
FOR RENT 3 comfortable bedrooms
in easy walking distance of town;. all
conveniences, rates reasonable. iu &.
Florence St. ' ,
Masonic Notices.
EL PASO LODGE. NO. 13fi, A.F.&A.3I.
Regular meetings ast anu u
Wednesdays of each month
L. E. Gillett, W. M.
E. W. S. Neff, secy.
"rs 10 a. .. to 12 m.
i Ave- "UUiS a
-Mof.nnie Relief Board: ioe
Mesa
a Jt- A . RITE OF P-IUBK MASONUY
Meets the second and third Monday j
of each month in -uasonic j.;myi
Wr. H. llcCuIIoiish. Secy.
SELECT DANCING tSSEjmi.Y,
FRATERNAL BROTHUBHDOD HALL.
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
ROB HOUSE WHILE
FAMILY IS AWAY
Thief Also Breaks a Show
"Window and Steals
Eoxes of Socks. 1
Sneak thieves Wednesday afternoon
entered the residence of P. E. Bryan at
1520 Mundv avenue, while the family
was away, and secured $10 in cash that
-was in a savings bank; a pair of jrold
bracelets-, and considerable other old
jewelry.
In the apartments of Mr ana Mrs. F.
S. Huntinpton. who have rooms on the
second floor of the Brvan home, a num
ber of pieces of valuable jewelr" were
l taken and also $20 in money. A leather
traveling bap, belonpimr '- -lr- 'iuntincf
.m vas cut ooen tmd the contents
taken. The thieves did not touch any(
of the silverware m tne nouse.
A plate glass show wjndow on the
Texas street" front of the Model shoe and
hat store was broken some time Wed
nesday night and two boxes containing
two dozen pairsvof men's socks taken.
An art square is awaiting an owner
at the police station. It was found
Wednesday night on South El Paso
street, where it is supposed a thief desert
ed extra luggage.
ONE WAITS FOR 'TOTHER
AND 'TOTHER WAITS, TOO
An interesting report among rail
road men who are not "higher up," is
that the Southwestern is waiting for
the Santa Fe to establish a new time
between Chicago and Los Angeles in
order that they may beat it .in "beat
irg" it across the continent and that
the Santa Fe is waiting for the South
western to set the pace in order that
they may go the S'western one better.
And so there you are.
TEXANS ARE ACQUITTED OF
MISSISSIPPI MURDER CHARGE.
West Point, Miss., Nov. 3. Walter,
William, John and H. B. Johnson, who
-were recently brought here from
Christine, Texas, to answer to the
charge of murdering Will Valentino,
who was found dead following a quar
rel with the Johnsons, were acquitted
this morning and announced thatt they
will return immediately to Texas.
AVaihInjcton, D. C, Nov. 3. Official nanction was given today by the
government for transmission of United States mail by aeroplane for the first
time in history.
Permission was granted by postmaster general Hitchcock for J. A. D.
McCurdy to carry United States malls in this manner from the outgoing
transatlantic liner Kaiserin Auffuste Vlctdria to New York next Saturday,
when that vessel Is 50 miles at sea.
The mail pouch which McCurdy will carry from the liner to the post
office will contain letters from passengers of the steamship for transmis
sion to various parts of the world. The povernment, however, is relieved
of all responsibility in case letters are lost in transit from the steamship to
the New York postofflce.
I
Financial and
MONEY AND METALS.
New York Quotations.
New York, Nov. 3. Call money
3 4 & percent.
Primo mercantile paper, 56 ptt
cent.
Closing Quotations. Today.
Bar silver, 56.
Desilverized lead, steady. $4.404.50.
Copper, quiet, standard spot, $12.40
12.60; Lo., $12.4512.65.
Spelter (St. Loots quotation) higher;
$5.80.
Mexican dollars, 46.
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter. )
Bar silver 56
Copper (wire bars) 12.65
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12.525
Lead (London sales prices) . .flC, s3, d9
L-tad (New York aaies prices;. .. .54.40
Weekly Averages.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver . 55.94
Copper -. r ,.12.66
NEW YORK LISTED
STOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Heiald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Amalgamated 71
American Smelters 32
American Sugar 119
Atchison ..'.10534
Anaconda 43
Colorado Fuel & Iron 34i
Erie Ry , 30
Great Northern, pfd 1273$
M., K. & T 34
Missouri Pacific 54
N. Y. Central...- 116?$
Northern Pacific 119
Reading 153" ?s
Rock Island 33
Southern Pacific 119
Union Pacific 175
U. S. Steel, common S0
U. S. Steel, pfd 117
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special! Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Arizona Commercial
Boston Corbin
Calumet & Arizona
Copper Range
Giroux
Greene Cananea
Helvetia
Miami .-..
Nevada Con
North Butte
Old Dominion '-'.
Shannon
Superior & Boston ..
Superior & Pittsburg..
Trinity v
U. S. Smelters, common.
Utah Con
Utah Copper
... 18
...18
... 56
73
.... 7
... 1
2
'.'.'. 20
21
... 36
;... 42
.... 14
8
14
6
... 40
25
51
UNLISTED STOCKS.
(Bv Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Arizona-Michigan, part paid 10c
Cactus .', 27c
Calumet & Montana 1
Chino Copper Co 21
Cheraune 5
Chief Con 1 j
Cordova, part pam ASKea. oc
Hordova. full oaid-:-Asked 1
Denn-Arizona 3
ARIZONA. DOES2F
'T
LIKE INJUNCTIONS
Phoeniz, Ariz., Nov. 3.--The judiciary
committee of the constitutional con
vention has reported unfavorably on a
proposition introduced by Mr. Cunniff
"to regulate the power of injunction,"
its aim being, according to Its author,
against the usurpation by courts, of
power which they never rlgntfully pos
sessed. The debate will primarily
hinge on court Interference in cases of
labor disputes.
The convention indefinitely postpon
ed action on the proposition to restrict
iudses as to issuing of injunctions.
This is understood to mean that theVl
constitution will be silent on this sub
ject. The convention today adopted a pro
vision for filing of information in a
felony case with a compulsory imme
diate preliminary hearing before the
examining magistrate. This comes
from the custom now existing of the
necessity of grand jury indictments
often resulting in a prisoner's remain
ing in jail untried for six months, only
to be discharged by the grand jury or
acquitted by the court.
The time for the debate on the initia
tive and referendum has been set for
Fridav morning and this is expected td
be the most lengthy of the convention.
An early adjournment Avas taken
Wednesday on account of the public
hearing on woman's suffrage before
the committee on suffrage 'and elec
tions. The speakers Included women
from all parts of the territory and two
members of the Western Federation of
Labor. The nearing lasted two hour?.
EVIDENCE IS CONCLUDED I
IN STREIGnT MURDER CASE.
Waco Tex.. Nov. 3. Tie eviuence
in the trial of Mrs. Minnie btreignt,
. t e " Tit. i.- j u v.,w
SSfiS at noon tiaa y. " The eno
mornine: was occupied by opposing
counsel in a fight over certain docu
mentary evidence introduced before the
grand jury. The defence is seeking
to have the evidence given to the jury.
Judge MUnroe overruled the evidence.
County attorney Neff was on the stand
this morning, but his testimony was
not material.
Arguments in the case commenced
at 2:30 this afternoon and no limit is
set- The case was called Oct. 11, and
the taking of testimony started Oct. 21.
PREPARE FOR ELECTION.
In preparation for the state election,
Tuesday, the ballot boxes and voting
booths" are being removed from the
storage room of the courthouse for dis
tribution over the city.'
HORSES FOR JUAREZ.
Jockey H. Retig and 12 running
horses have arrived at 'the Juarez
Jockey club grounds. The string is
I that of the Powell & Parker stables.
Thursday, STov. 3, 1910.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PHOVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT
TOX. JL.
Ely Central 20c
Goldfield Con S
Inspiration Copper 9 3-16
Live Oak Development 28
Majestic Copper of Utah . 50
Mason Valley 9 is
National Mining Exp 6c
New Keystone 3
hio Copper j- s
Pinto Copper 10c
Ray Central i 1
Ray Consolidated -f
San Antonio, part paid
Shatruck . -
Superior & Globe, part paid 10c
Tonopah -
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
Wheat
, Dec ..
May . .
Corn
Dec ..
May .
Oats $ S7
94
40'
n .. 49 49
31il
Dec
May -. 34tf'34
Chicago Provisions. Close.
r Pork
Jan 517-10
May ...-.' 16.17
Lard
Jan ?10.25
May 9.77
Ribs
Jan $ 9-10
:viay 8.92
LIVESTOCK.
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 3. Cattle Re
ceipts 6000; strong, 10c higher. Beeves,
$ 4.50 7.75; Texas steers, $3.35 5.75;
western steers. $4.106.S5; stockers
and feeders, $4.105.50; cows and heif
ers, $2.25 6.50; calves. $7.5010.25.
Hogs Receipts 15,000; 510c high
er. Light, $S.258.75; mixed. $7.75(8)
8.75; heavy, $7.35S.65; rough. $7.35
7.55; good to choice heavy, $7.55 8.65;
pigs. $7.70S.55; bulk, $7.708.55.
Sheep Receipts 30,000; steady. Na
tive $2.604.35; western, $2.654.35;
vearlinsrs. $4.35(5.40: lambs, native,
4 TZ:Z2G 7C T-eo yyy id Tfti& xn
6.25.
ft . I u 141 u. i u , 1H.JIVWI, Vi..
Kansas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Mo.. Nov. 3. Cattle
Receipts 8000, including 800 southerns;
stead v to strong. Native steers. $5.0 0
7.50; southern steers, $4.005.50:
southern cows. $2.75 4.50; native cows
and heifers, $2.75 6.50; stockers and
feeders. $3.255.50; bulls, $3.004.50;
calves, $4.00S.OO; western steers, $4.00
5.75; western cows, $2.75 5.00.
Hogs Receipts 4500; 5c higher; bulk.
$S.008.55; heavy. $7.90S.10; packers
and butchers, $S.108.o5; light, $S.40
8.60.
Sheep Receipts 7000; steady. Mut
tons, $3.754.50; lambs, $5.258.75; fed
wethers and yearlings. $3..754.75; fed
western ewes, $3.50 4.20.
Fort Worth Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex., Nov. 3. Cattle
Receipts 3000; hogs 1500; calves 1500.
Steers steady, tops $5.30; cows steady,
tops $4.25; calves steady, tops $5.50.
Hogs Higher; tops $S.80.
WOOL
St. Louis Wool. Close.
St. Louis. Mo., Nov. 3. Wool lower.
Territory and western mediums1, 18
i 234; fine mediums, 1720; fine, 1216.
TINNERS STRIKE
FOR $4.60 A DAY
i Tinners have struck. Those of the
local Sheet Metal Workers' unian,
with their helpers, about 30 in number,
threw down their tools Wednesday 'and
walked out of the four largest tinning
shops of El Paso.
Warning of the strike -occurred last
month, but the employes have stood
pat, and organized. The workers de
manded a $-1.60 a day as a minimum
scale, but, while that sum was paid in
some cases, the employers refused to
ra,ise from a ?4 minimum for the eight
hour day.
"The union was recognized by us be--fore,"
said Adam Stanger, an employ
er. "But It is not now. Wages here
are much better than in Ixjs 'Angeles
or Denver, and better still than in any
eastern city of this size."
Employ eVs effected ar.e: The Gus
Momsen company, the Stanger tinshop,
the H. Welsch company, and Charles
A J. Kauffman, of the El Paso Sheet
Metal works.
WARY OF STRANGERS, DE
CLINES TO TALK TO OFFICER
Because he says, "a slick tongued
individual once gained his confidence
and worked him for $23.45, Tom Mays
refused to talk to city detective J. C
Stansel when accosted on South El
Paso street Wednesday night, and he
was locked up. When he explained la
police court Thursday morning to al
dermann, Hewitt, who was presiding,
he was released on promising to leave
town.
ANOTHER RESCUE CAR.
Chicago, 111., Xov, 3. The second car
i , - -,---- - - --
7" "' ."- w i r. i
the coal mine rescue work has been
1 d over to the representative, of the
bureau here.
It will be sent to Trinidad. Colo., to be
stationed in that district. f
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
I
Charles T. Beresford, a railwaV pos
tal clerk, has been transferred from
California to El Paso. Mr. Beresford
formerly served In this territory.
Ed Brindleyj a passenger conductn
of the T. & -P. between Big Springs
and Fort Worth. Is In the city return
ing from a hunting expedition in' Mex
ico. -
J. W. Harrison, a Santa Fe passenger
conductor and chairman of the griev
ance committee of the Santa Fe con
ductors, left Wednesday evening for T.a
Junta, Colo.
W. P. Machr'ette, commercial agenc
of the Santa Fe at Trinidad, Colo., Is
In the city. Mr. Machette was for
merly traveling representative of the
Santa Fe In this territory-
.11
RELIABLE
BUSItfESfc
PEOPLE
WHO WANT
Dentists
DR. LEE McINTOSH
Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio SU
Medical
H. F. WRIGHT, D. O., M. D. 214 i
Texas St. Osteopathy a specialty.
Stoves For Sale
HEATING STOVES FRO.M ?1 UP.
nER3IANS, 114 S. STANTON.
Mattress Renovating
METROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO.
Furniture repaired and varnished. 219
South Stanton St. Both phones.
Specialist
DR. CARL SMITH (MEN ONLY)
107 San Antonio SL Auto 2151.
POSTOFFICE
El Paso Office Will Likely
'Be Modeled After That "
of Toledo, Ohio
.Jlie site for El' Paso's new postoffiee
will ie selected soon.
James C. Plant of the office of cl.o
supervising architect at Washington. D.
C, accompanied by his son. Leland G.
Plant, arrived in the city Thursday morn
ing from San Antonio. He- corn-is to
make an inspection of the bites offered
as locations for the new bui-.Jin.
During his stay in the city, which will
be several davs. ifr. Plant's headquar
ters will be at hotel St. liegh.
The sites that have been offerer for
the postoffiee number about a- dozen and
it will take some time to comp'ete the
inspections.
Mr. Plant was met by postmaster J. A
Smrth, who is showing him something
of the EI Paso valley before 'he get3
down to the business of his mission.
After leaving EI Paso Yr. Plant will go
to several points in Arizjua and Xew
Mexico to inspect sites, hat lie mar re
visit EI Paso on "lis way back to Wash
ington before Dee'-nber 1.
It is semi-officia!Iy intimated that the
new postoffiee wll be j-ttenred after
the postoffiee t Toielo. Ohio, ns ir is
said that the type of ouihiinr will an
werthe requirements of local demands.
The Toledo 'office is a large one-story
structure, but has many new conven
iences and arrangements for expediting
the business of 'the office. The new
building will be occupied only by the
postoffiee and such a building, covering
the ground of required specmcations,
would serve local demands for many
years to come. Upon the evacuation of
the federal building in whith the post
offiee is now located, the first floor wj!I
he turned over to the custom depart
ment offices and the imniisraf ion 'md re
clamation offices will be.'mjbied under
the roof of the old federxl building.
FIND AN AMERICAN
DEAD UNDER BRIDGE
Believed to Be W. H. Bull,
Foreman of Carpenter
Gang.
Lyihjr under the Stanton street brid6.
to Mexico, the dead body of W. H. Bull,
a carpenter, was found Thursday inorn
in by R. A. Johnson, a United States
immigration inspector residing at 100 S
'Boulevard. The man was seen by other
immigratoin inspectors Wednesday night
and complained of seeinj? snakes. He
later disappeared. At daylight Thursday
morning, he was seen under the bridge
and the police department was notified
that he was ill. X'pon the arrival of the
police, however, the man was dead and
justice E. II. Watson was called. An in
quest will be held ilater. '
The body of the man was lying al
most over the international line attf
some doubt exists as to whether ha
was found on Mexican territory. An Ei
Paso- undertaking firm, however is in
charge of the burial.
A check for $39.10, payable to W. 1L
Bull from ihe Madera Lumber company,
of Pearson, Mexico, -was found on hia
person. It was endorsed in favor of
Caroline Bull. A letter from Caroline
Bull, v dated Cuidad Juarez, October 3.
1010. signed 'your loving wifeJ and ad
dressed to the man was alsoyound in
his possession. A time book seeming
to indicate that he had been foreman
of a gang of carpenters, was found in
his trousers- pocket. Bull was apparent
ly about 40 vears of age and lias red
hair. He was a Georgian, aecordin- to.
his acquaintances in Juarez, and has
been employed as a carpenter by the
Madera Lumber company in constructing
houses at Pearson. Chih. Xb trae of
his wife can be found and railway peo-
I pie in Juarez say she is not in the city
at present. Bull was on a leave oi ab
sence at the tim of his death.
ROSS WEBB.
Ross Webb, a locomotive engineer f El
Paso, died Wednesday at hi home in
Highland Park. Webb for years ha
been an employe of IocjI roads. He was
fireman for the G. H. & S'. A., later be
."6mintr an engineer fcr the E. P. & S. W.
Before the month's illness, which pre
ceded his death, he was employed as lo
comotive engineer bv t!e Mexico North
Western railway on ponsVuction work at
the line's end. Webb was unmarried, but
is survived by his mother, with whom
he resided.
ADD TWO XEW MEMBERS
TO MOUNTED POLICE FORCB
' Santa Fe, N. M-. Nov. 3. Governor
Mills has appointed J. R. Galusha oi
Clovis, and R. W. Lewis, of Magdalena.
additional memoers of the territorial
mounted policel
The 'mounted police have reported
the arrest lof Alberto Perez at Deming
for alleged burglary.
Game warden Thomas P. Gable has
reported thathenas Issued one third
more game licenses this year than last
or any previous year.
When you have a cold get a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will
soon fix you up all right and will ward
off any tendencyl toward pneumonia
Thi remedy contains no opium or ether
narcotic and may be given as .-:nfi-nntlv
to n baby as to an adal!. Sold
i by all dealer?
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