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EL PASO HERALD
-Tuesday, July 2, 1912
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE
The El Paso Herald was established In March, 1881. The BWo
includes also, by absorption and succession The Daily "j. Tno
Telegraph, The Telegram. The Tribune. The Graphic. The Sun,
The Advertiser, The Independent, The Journal, The
Republican, The Bulletin.
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Entered at the Postofflce in Kl Paso, Tex, as Second Qaas Matter. Theuaiij
Herald is Issued six days a week and the Weekly Herald is P"1? Ished
every Thursday, at El Paso. Texas; and the Sunday Mail
Edition is also sent to Weekly Subscribers.
Bell.
Circulation Department 203
Business Office 115
Kdltorial Booms 2se
Society Reporter . : 22f
Advertising Department 11
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The Dally Herald Is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso. on
Bliss and Towne. Texas, and Cludad Juarez, Mexico at 60 cents a mnth-
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ald promptly should call at the office
or telephone No. 2089 before 6:30 p. m.
All complaints will receive prompt
attention. .
FOREIGN BUSINESS OFFICES.
The John Budd Co., Brunswick
Building. New York; Tribune Building,
Chicago. Ill, and Chemical Building,
St. Louis. Mo.
Announcements
District Judge 34th District,
Dan M. Jackson.
District Judge 41st District,
Leigh Clark.
Sheriff,
R. E. Bryant.
District Attorney.
C. L. VovrelL
District Clerk,
Isaac Alderete.
County Clerk,
Harry Turner.
County Assessor,
T. J. Cassldy.
County Collector.
V. E. Ware
County Treasurer,
N. Lapowskl.
County Attorney,
W. H. Fryer.
County Judge,
R. V. Bowden.
County Surveyor,
A- S. Albro.
legislature,
Charles Owen.
Constable,
W. 1. Hawkins.
County Commissioner. Precinct One.
Charles H. Escott.
County Commissioner. Preolnct Two,
Geo. Pcndell.
County Commissioner. Precinct Three,
Julian Alarcon.
County Commissioner, Precinct Four,
Tom Love.
Justice of Peace, Prect No. 1. Place -.
V. D. Mosley.
Justice of Peace. Prect. No. 1. Place 1,
Juan. Smith,
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of chairman of the
county executive committee, subject to
the action of the Democratic primaries
to be held July 27th, 1912.
Tom Lea.
Answers to Herald Ads
The following list of uncalled for
answers to Herald Want Advertise
ments are now being held for delivery
at The Herald business office:
D. W.
H.
H. 85
K. 262
I. 275
M. 29S
M. 326
M. 331
R. 112
T. W.
W. II
"VV. J. H.
X. 274
Y. 3
326
177
178
42
"Sanitarium
Townsite
Opportunity
Close In
Hardware
Bargain
Cherry
Baker
7
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16,
3S8
S82
696
343
347
110
Hatters and Tailors
GORDON HAT FACTORY, 105 Texas,
hats cleaned and blocked by an expert.
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Educational
LEARN CORRECT and practical Span
ish, day and night classes. Miss Helen
Hagelsieb. 604 N. Oregon.
Too Late to Classify
4 ROOUOUIXCALOW.
Modern, has all builtin features,
screened porches, etc Price $2500.
W. F. Payne,
Bonds and All Kinds of Insurance.
Angelus Hotel Building.
UPHOLSTERING.
Furniture repairing and finishing. Fur
niture packed on short notice. Phone
1025, Daniels' Furniture and Mattress
Factory, 412 Myrtle.
63 ACRES
Up the, valley near An
thony,' N. M. 50 acres in
fine stand of alfalfa, S
acres in wheat, balance
used for pasture. Good
house and outbuildings,
good teams and some im
plements go with place at
$135 per acre.
"VV. F. Tayne,
Sole Agent.
Real Estate and Insurance.
Angelus Hotel Building.
N. OCHOA ST. BARGAIN.
We have a 6 room house a few lot3
south of Montana St, 60x120. The
ground is cheap at $4000. The house
is worth $2000.
Our price is $4750 for quick sale.
Austin .fc Jlarr,
Phone 4350. 304 San Antonio St.
WE BUILD AND SELL HOMES
And will build to suit you in any part
of the city and give easy terms if de
sired, we do a general contracting
business, making a specialty of resi
dences. Let us figure on your plans.
No charge for estimates.
MayHeld Realty Co..'
Contractors and Builders.
613 American Bank Building.
C ROOJI BUNGALOW.
Has all builtin features, hardwood
floors, beautiful stone mantel, lighting
fixtures, etc.; must be seei. to be appre
ciated. W. F. Payne,
Real Estate and Insurance.
Angelus Hotel Building.
S. STANTON" ST. BARGAIN.
We have a corner on this street 26x
120. leased to good tenant for $50 per
month; tenant ma,kes all repairs. This
corner will soon be worth $8000. Will
sell now for $600".
Good terms.
Austin Maxr,
Phone 4350. 4 San Antonio St
LET MAYTIELD REALTY CO.
BUILD Y'OUR HOME.
We employ the most skilled work
men obtainable and use firstclass ma
terial only. Our prices are as low as
Is consistent with good work. See us
atuui your home
Mcyfleld Realty Co,
Contractors and Builders.
Auto. I
TIii Aunaation cf AfflBT-
&1 i-j.n Advertisers has ex- f
amiced and certified ro
tk r-Jrr nl.ilion of thispub-
lication. The figuroi of circulation
contained in ths Association's re
port only are guaranteed.
Aswriab'ea ef American Advertisers
No. 97 WKfriall BW3. K-Y. City
-i
Too Late to Classify
A UEGIGEE'S OPPORTUNITY.
A beautiful furnished bungalow,
close In on north side, corner, pavea
street, south front, mission fsn
throughout, fine furniture, including
piano. Price $6300, or will sell untur
nished for J5700. Terms can be ar
ranged to suit.
Anderson-Filler Realty Co.
4000 FOR A 0 ROOM BUNGALOW.
This is in excellent condition; new,
never occupied, block car line, west
part of city; lot and half. This is a
good buy. Terms can be arranged.
Anderson-Filler Realty Co.
BUY THIS BEAUTIFUL 4 ROOM
BUNGALOW.
It's a south front, block car line,
1 block from school; has all the built
in features, large lot, gas, elect0
light, sewer connection and only ?-6u.
Pay $275 down and move in.
Anderson-Filler Realty Co,
LOTS. LOTS. LOTS.
Wo have lots of them close In and
the best in the city. Let us show them
to you; take your choice before the
best are gone.
Anderson-Filler Realty Co.
A SURPRISING SURPRISE!
Will await you when you see this 6
room bungalow 'for $400; all the latest
builtin features; screened sleeping
porch; servant's quarters; ground 75x
130 feet. On the market for a few
days only.
Tobin Real Estate Trust Co.
The Postofflce Is Behind.
GUARANTEED.
Every pair of Kryptok Lenses I sell
are fully guaranteed, provided that I
make the examination of the eyes. I
have the only instruments in this city
to make this examination scientific
ally and I am prepared to guarantee
every pair or tneee lensea. s"""
these lenses to order in my Labora
tory, which Is equipped with the only
machinery designed for this purpose In
the west. Broken lenses duplicated.
Geo. D. Kendall,
208 Mesa Ave, Makes Glasses Right.
The Only Lens Factory.
BROKERS.
Our specialty Is the bargains and
we have them. Have some mining
propositions that will make you rich.
Inspect and pass on them.
ALWAY'S SEE US
Before you buy, sell or trade any
thing fan TTiakft von money.
J El Paso Commercial and Realty
Brokers.
516 Mills Bldg. Phone 1S62.
FURNITURE PACKING.
Your furniture packed on short no
tice. Furniture repairing and uphols
tering. See Daniels' Furniture and Mat
tress Factory, 412 Myrtle. Phone 1025.
34 YCRES
Down the valley pear Ysleta. Price
$200 per acre.
"W. F. Payne,
Sole Agent.
Angelus Hotel Building.
MONTANA ST. LOT FOR SALE!
We have for sale on this street 2
lots facing south, fronting Houston
square. These lots are pricec below
the market.
Also 3 lots, corner Lee and Mon
tana, which we can sell at 20 percent
below valu'e.
Austin & Marr,
Phone 4350. 304 San Antonio St.
S03IE NEW BUNGALOWS
ON RIO GRANDE ST.
We have several new bungalows un
der construction on the 2800 block of
Bio Grande, and the terms are so easy
you can't afford to pass them up. They
are dandies, and the price Is right.
Mnyfleld Realty Co.,
The Home Builders.
Three bungalows sold last week.
Eight homes under construction.
BARGAINS BARGAINS.
6 R. brick, cor. Kansas-Nevada... $4100
4 aU brick, E. Missouri 2200
6 R- brick, Rio Grande 5000
6 R. brick. Golden Hill 5000
4 R. bungalow, Montana 2650
3 R. brick. S. Virginia 1700
6 R. brick. Highland Park 3400
5 R. brick. Boulevard 4500
9 R. brick. Boulevard 9000
4 R. bungalow. Highland Park... 2500
Can give easy tsrms on any the above
property.
Bishop & McDonald,
311 San Francisco St. Phone 4677.
LET US SHOW YOU THIS NEW 5
R003I nOUSE,
South front (bungalow)'; never been oc
cupied; good neighborhood. 'Will sell
on easy terms.
Price Is $3800.
Austin & 3Iarr,
Phone 4350. 304 San Antonio St
11 ACRES
All in cultivation, 6 miles
from El Paso on the main
county road. Adjoining
land sold for $459 per acre.
Price $400 per acre.
W. F. Payne,
Sole Agent.
Real Estate and Insurance.
Angelus Hotel Building.
THIS BEAUTIFUL HOME SC0OO.
7 ROOM, 2 STORY'.
This modern home is one of the best
arranged, and best located homes in
the city. It has 7 rooms, reception
hall, 2 large screened porches, extra
large cement front porch, basement
under the entire house, and is equipped
with modern heating plant It was
built by us and is practically new;
built of red pressed brick. It faces
south on Arizona St, and is close In;
cement walks, fences, eta, all In. Be
quick on this.
3Iayfield Renlty Co,
Tltvnerci and Builders.
613 American Bank Building.
WOULD YOU BUY' A NEW 3 H003I
HOUSE WITH FULL BASE3IENT
ON EASY' TERMS?
We have one in choice neighborhood,
2 full lots, all fenced house has builtin
features. lir?e sleeping pireh.
The pric is $n9"'f T.asv t. rras.
Vustin A. Mnrr,
Phtne IZ zl San. Agtuniy SJ.
Too Late to Classify
MAYFIELD REALTY CO. HOMES
Are well built and artistic and cost
no more than the ordinary kind. Why
buy an old dilapidated house when you
can buy one of ours that Is new and
better built for less money?
MONTANA
STREET.
.South and east corner, very large
Piece of ground, west of Cotton Ave.;
suitable for a contractor who wishes
too build several houses, or a person
desiring a fine building site for large
.home. Very reasonable In price.
-' JlUrphy Land Co, 207 Mills St.
"WILL FURNISH MOTOR POWER to
contractors cheap. 1S31 Magoffin Ave.
Phone 1145.
THE NAVARRE All outside rooms.
613 San Antonio. Phone 2033.
FOR INFORMATION about Demlng. N.
M, government land and relinquish
ments, ror sale or trade for El Paso
equities, call on Gardiner & McCleary,
413 Roberts-Banner building. Exclu
sive agents for Demlng Heights.
"WANTED Woman to do cooking and
general housework. 905 Magoffin Ave.
WASTED Board and room with pri
vate family by man, 55, working for
the Pierson Co. In El Paso. Address
J- W. Cox, care St. Charles hotel.
GIRL WANTS POSITION to care for
baby; can assist with light housework.
Phone 3740.
$523 NOTES, secured by section land
near Sierra Blanca; 2 room house,
Oklahoma City, worth $1000; will trade
for restaurant or rooming house. Call
Herbert, phone 1263.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE.
Lower left corner down, nose at boy's
ear.
WANTED A good tailor; good pay for
right man. Inquire at 22d Infantry
tailor shop, Fort Bliss.
FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeeping
rooms. 636 Gladstone Ave.
Madame Mack Clairvoyant readings
dally. 112 W. Franklin. Sundays 10 to 2.
LADY' "WOULD CARE for house during
summer. Phone 3027.
JONES LAND CO. Hotel Sheldon. W.
W. Jones. Manager. Phone 3641.
GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO cheap If sold
at once; also fine set of books new.
Call at 607 Mesa.
WANTED Board and room by young
man In private family within 6 or 10
blocks of postofflce. Address A. Z,
Herald.
COOL. NICELY furnished apartment,
modern, nice neighborhood. Phone
323S.
SUMMER RATES to couple, nice cool
rooms furnished for housekeeping. 710
N. Campbell.
S ROOM HOUSE, 1132 Hawhorne St. A
beautiful home, new and modern in
every respect. See this before you buy.
Jolly & Ware. 417 Roberts-Banner
Bldg. Phone 3100.
CASH PAID for watches and old gold.
Cleaning, 50c; mainsprings, 50c; war
ranted. Denver J'l'y Co, 207 S. El Paso.
WANTED Large boys with wheels.
Apply Bellview Messenger Service, 403
Texas St.
FOR SALE Indian Runner drakes,
English type; high quality. Call Bell
phone 3306, or P. O. box 931.
PALACE STABLES Boarding, feed
and sales stables; storage, house mov
ing. 307 S. Santa Fe. Bell phone 86;
Auto, phone 13S1.
SMALL FRONT BEDR003I, $S.00 per
month. 811 X. El Paso. Phone 3404.
WANTED AT ONCE Good cook and
dining room girl. Call Wood's Cafe,
405 N. Oregon St.
FOR SALE 50 young Barred Hock
hens; also turkey eggs. Bell 3062.
FOR RENT S room house. S14 Rio
Grande. Phone 2539.
FOR SALE CHEAP Complete Pump
ing Plant (Gasoline engine and Cen
trifugal Pump.) Can be seen at Ever
green Cemetery. The company is now
using Electric Motor.
AVANTED TO LEASE direct from own
er, centrally located rooming house;
give location and number of rooms.
Write S. 193. Herald. .
WANTED Position as housekeeper by
young Spanish woman. Call 707 S.
Kansas. .
"WANTED Man or woman who has
small capital to take active interest
in best paying business In the west.
Apply room 21, Buckler Bldg.
AVANTED FROM OWNER Improved
ranch of 50 to 300 acres. Address D. S,
care of Herald.
FOR SALE Vacant corner on 3d St.
Call Bell 4304.
DRESSMAKING Miss McKamy. 17
Buckler Bldg. Phone 1988 J.
SWEDISH MASSAGE: Vibratory treat
ment, oil rubs, special treatment for
tubercular patients. Treatments at
your home, $1 each, 30 for $15. Phone
2183.
Lodge Notices
EL PASO LODGE NO. 130, A. F. & A. M.
regular meetings isi ana aru
Wednesdays of each month.
W. W. Evans. W. L
IE. Gillett Secretary.
Masonic Relief Board. 106 Mesa Ave.;
hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
E. E. RYAN'S DANCING ACADEMY at
the F. B. hall. Social dance every
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
TEN YEARS GIVEN TO
SOLDIER SMUGGLERS
Freepartner and Mason Are
Sentenced by Courtinar-
tial to Long Terms.
John H. sFrcepartner and W. B. Ma
son, privates in the 22d infantry, who
were arrested by civil authorities in El
Paso on the charce of conspiring to
sniU22le ammunition to Mexico, have
.been sentenced to ten years each in the
militarv prison at Alcatraz island, Cali
fornia, by the army courtmartial. Noti
fication of the affirmation of the sen
tence was received from the headquar
ters of the department of the werft at
Chicago on Monday afternoon. Free
partner and Mason have been confined
in the Eort Bliss prison awaiting sen
tence GOLDEN STARS FOR
FOUR ODD FELLOWS
Golden stars of Odd Fellowship, de
noting a service of 25 years In the
Interest of the lodge, were presented
to four members of the El Paso lodge
at the meeting Monday night to ln
stal the officers of the lodge. The
four members who were honored are:
C. W. Fassett, J. A. Shanon, Thomas
Kerr and A. A. Ellis. The presiding
officers Installed were: W. R. Allen,
noble grand; Rufus B. Daniel, vice
grand; Dr. E. W. Bryan, recording sec
retary. This was Dr. Bryan's ninth
election to this office.
FOUR EL PASOANS PLAN
AUTO TRIP TO ROSWELL.
W. B. Latta, J. G. McNary, J. F. Wil
liams and H. S. Potter are planning an
auto trip to Roswell In their cars,
leaving El Paso the last of the week.
They will be accompanied by their
wives and will go by the Mescalero
Indian reservatlnr.
Lt "fm, &0U.L. jol I. Ber.
STEEL LEUI
SK ACTIVITY
Industrial Transactions Are
Foremost Features;
Bonds Are Kim
New York, N- Y.. July 2. In point of
strength, breadth and activity, today's
early stock market offered a refresh
ine change from recent conditions. In
dustrial stocks and transactions were
the foremost features at the outset,
but later the movement took in most
of the standard railways. Steel re
sumed its leadership, while Brooklyn
Transit added substantially to yester
day's rise and sold at the highest
price In some years. Of the less ac
tive industrials, General Electric
climbed higher and Westinghouse
moved sympathetically.
Bonds were firm.
Profit taking helped to arrest the
advance at midday and some slight
shading of prices ensued, but the un
dertone continued strong, with soma
disposition towards dullness.
MONEY AND METALS
Closlnc Quotations Today.
New York, N. Y.. July 2. Call
money. 23.
Bar silver, 61. ,.
Prime mercantile paper, 44ft
percent .
Desilverized lead (New Mexico)
$4.40?4.50.
Copper. $17.0017.50.
Tin, $46.3046.80.
Mexican Dollars, 4S.
Spelter (St Louis quotation) $6.93
7.00; lead. $4.374.40.
Mexican Pesos (El Paso buying
price) 45c
Mexican Currency (El Paso buying
price) 48c
Exchange (City of Mexico) 49.60.
Current Smelter Quotations.
(Bl Paso tsmelter.j
Bar silver 6116
Copper (wire bars) 17.30
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.).... 17.225
Lead (N. Y. sales prices) $4.50
Lead (London) 18, sl2. d6
Weekly Averages.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver 61"II
Copper (wire bars) 1j.39
NEW Y0RK LISTED
STOCKS
Amalgamated S5
American Sugar ...130
Atchison ...... 108
Great Northern 135
New York Central 11"
Northern Pacific 121
Reading 167
Southern Pacific 110
Union Pacific 169?i
U. S. Steel 71
U. S. Steel Pfd , 112
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J. Overlook. Blsbee, Ariz.
Arizona Commercial 5
Calumet & Arizona C
Copper Range 59
Giroux 5
Greene Cananea 10
Helvetia 1
Nevada Con 22
North Butte 31
Old Dominion ; S8
Shannon 16
Superior & Boston 2
Chlno Copper , 33
Ray Con 22
Trinity 6
V. S. Smelters, common 44
Utah Con 11
Utah Copper t 63
TJNLISTElTSTOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
I J. Overlook. Blsbee. Ariz.
Cactus 10
Chemung 3
Chief Con 1
Denn-Arlona 6
Goldfleld Con ,J 4
Inspiration Copper 19
Majestic Copper of Utah 55
Mason Valley 13
New Keystone 2
Ohio Copper 1
Ray Central 2
San Antonio, part paid 3
Shattuck 22
Tonopah 1
Summit 1
SANTA FE PAPER IS
BOUGHT BY CUTTING
Judge Pope Divides New
Mexico Into Two
Chancery Divisions.
Santa Fe, K. ., Julv 2. The Xew
Mexican Printing company, publishing
the Santa Fe New Mexican, the oldest
daily in the southwest, and which is
this year celebrating its 50th anniver
sary, has been purchased by Bronson
M. Cutting, a Xew York millionaire and
'"Progressive"' Kepublican. The company
also publishes El Mievo txexicano, the
most widely read Spanish paper in the
United States, and the New Mexican
Review. Paul A. F. Walter, president
of the company' and editor in chief of
the New Mexican, with which he has
been connected the past 14 years in an
editorial capacity, will retire from the
management of the publications.
Mrs. Theresa B. Write of Silver City
has been appointed state director of in
dustrial education by state superintend
ent of public instruction Alvan N. White.
Federal judge William II. Pope has
divided New Mexico into two chancery
districts, a northern and a southern dis
trict. Of the northern district he ap
pointed judge John K. McFie of Santa
Fe master in cKancery and of the south
ern district judge Alford W. Cooley of
Santa Fe. Both served on the New Mex
ico supreme bench with judge Pope.
AUTO DELIVERY OF
HERALDS IN VALLEY
Delivery to Be Made
as
Far as Clint Each
Afternoon.
EI Paso Herald auto delivery for val
ley patrons started Tuesday afternoon
between Clint and El Paso with eight
stops between The Harold office and
the Clint postofflce. The auto belongs
to C. McKinney. postmaster at Clint
and will make dally trips, leaving from
ii: front of The Herald buildng at 4
oclock each afternoon. This service will
deliver the city edition or The Herald
along the county road to Clint at the
same time that It is being delivered
in Bl Paso, and many valley sub
scribers will receive their . papers
earlier than some of the suburban sub
scribers in El Paso.
The fare of the auto line Is 75 cents
each way between Clint and El Paso,
and 50 cents between Ysleta and El
Paso.
VISITS NEAR DALLAS.
F. B. Barry, of the firm of McBean.
Simmons & Carr. has returned from an
extended visit to his old home near
Ialla!, Toas Mr. Barry says that the
whf at crop this year is bftt r than
cevr b f ur- in the histurj of the s-c-ton.
Hi SELLERS III
TIE 1EAT PIT
All Three Leading Cereals
Weaken Because of
Reported Rains.
Chicago, Ills.. July 2. Because of
rains in the northwest beneficial for
the spring crop, the wheat market
today was full of sellers. Opening
prices were to c lower. Septem
ber started at $1.03 to $1.03 to
$1.03, a fall of to to C de
clined to $1.03 and recovered to $1.03.
Closing figures were easy with Sep
tember at $1.04, a net loss of
to c.
Corn weakened with "wheat Septem
ber opened to to to c off,
at 71 to 71c and seemed disposed to
keep within that range.
The close was steady at 71 for
September, to c under last night
Prices for oats followed the course
of other grain. September started
to c down, at 38 to 38 c and re
acted to 3Sc
An easy tone developed in the pro
vision pit Initial transactions varied
i from last night's level to 2c below.
wiin aepiemDer aeiivery $1S.77 for
pork; $10.97 to $11.00 for lard7 and
$10.57 for ribs.
Grain and Provisions
Chicago Grain. Close.
Wheat
July $ 1.06
Sept 1-03
Corn
July 73
Sept 71
Oats
July 45
Sept 33
Chicago Provisions. Close,
Pork
July $18.30
Lard
July $10.70
Ribs
July .. '. $10.35
LIVESTOCK
fc-
Ch I cacro Livestock. Close,
Chicago, Ills., July 2. Cattle Re
ceipts 4500; market steady to shade
lower. Beeves, $5.7598.75; Texas
steers, $S.SOS.50; western steers, $6.2;
7.70; stockers and feeders, $4,000
6.50; cows and heifers, $2.708.30;
calves, $5.50S.25.
Hogs Rects. 20,000; market weak,
5c lower. Light $7.107.47; mixed,
$7.15 7.55; heavy. $7.057.55; rough.
$7.057.25; pigs, $5.2506.95; bulk of
sales, $7.3507.50.
Sheep Rects. 20,000; market weak.
Native. $3.005.00; western. $3.255.00;
yearlings, $4.2596.50; lambs, native,
$3.507.55; western, $4.0067.75.
Knnsas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City. Mo July 3. Cattle
Rects. 7000, including 2000 southerns;
market steady. Native steers. $6,594?
9.55; southern steers. $4.758.50; south
ern cows and heifers, $3.56 5.50: na
tive cows and heifers. $3.5008.75;
stockers and feeders, $4.007.00; bulls,
$3.505.50: calves, $4.00S.OO; western
steers, $8.509.00; western cows. $3.50
6.50.
Hogs Rects. 12,000; market steady
to 5c lower; bulk of sales, $7.307.50;
heavy, $7.45 7.55; packers and butch
ers, $7.35 7.50; lights. $.7.157.40: pigs,
$5.75 6.75.
Sheep Rects. 4000; market 25c low
er. Muttons, $3.504.50; lambs. $6.00
7.75; range wethers and yearlings, $3.75
5.50; range ewes. $2.753.50.
WOOL
.
St. Louis WooL Close.
St Louis, Mo., July 2. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums, 22
24c; fine mediums. 1820c; fine. 13
17c
PERILOUS CHASE
' OVER HOUSETOPS
Men in Duel Police Chase
Them One Falls
From Roof.
Louisville. Ky, July 2. At the end
of a perilous flight last night over a
block of house tops, with police in pur
suit Alva and Goold Bishop, blood
flowing from numerous cuts received In
a fight toppled over a raised cornice
tnd pitched headlong toward the pave
ment two stories below.
Goold fell to the street while Alva
struck a trolley guy wire In descent
and was snapped across the narrow
street and upon the roof of a two story
building.
Carter Berry, their antagonist, who
lias well nigh vanquished when tlie po
lice entered his back yard where the
fight was in progress, is covered with
knife wounds. All are In the city hos
pital and living, though recovery is
starcely possible.
The police chase over the house tops,
pursued and pursuers some times Jump
ing Intervening spaces of 10 feet with
out pause, was watched by hundreds.
"Our semi-annual clearing sale now
on. Sol I. Berg.
TO DESIGNATE THE
FIREWORKS DISTRICT
Tuesday afternoon, or some time
Wednesday, the mayor and members
of the city council will hold a ses
sion for the purpose of outlining those
districts in which the small boy may
demonstrate his feelings of patriot
Ism on the Fourth of July by- exploding
firecrackers. The lid will be down
tight in this respect la some of the
districts, but it will 'be raised high
enough In others to permit the shoot
ing of fireworks, and other pyrotech
nics incident to a July Fourth celebra
tion. Just what districts the mayor
will place a ban on will not be known
until the council holds the session. The
police will then be given their orders,
which it is said will ,be strictly en
forced. Our semi-annual clearing sale now
on. Sol I. Berg.
JUDGE TERRAZAS HERE;
PRAISES REBEL TROOPS.
Judge Francisco Terrazas, 6f Chihua
hua, is here to accompany his mother to
El Paso on a visit with friends. Judsre
Terrazas heard the case of Cruz Ortiz,
who was arrested in Juarez ami taken
to Chihuahua on the chanre of beins a
federal spv, and immediatelv ordered
Ortiz released, as there was no evidence
against him. He says that Orozco's
army is in perfect condition and that
he believes that Orosco. will win the
battle of Bachimba, as his forces are
superior to those of the federals and are
seasoned campaiimers. Judge Terrazas
will remain here a few days before re
turning to. Chihuahua.
. Our semi-annual clearing sale now
on. Sol I. Berg.
IlOnELO BRINGS HIS FAMILY
FROM CHIHUAHUA TO EL PASO
R. Gomez Robelo. a sub secretary to
Gen. Pascual Orozco, and a member of
his staff, has arrived in Juarez. He
brought his family to the border and
they are now living In El Paso. He
says he Intends to return to the interior
in afew days. Robelo Is a supporter of
Kmillo Vasquez Gomez and came or
iginally into the rebel ranks as an em
mlssary from Vasquez Gomez.
Our semi-annual clearing sale now
on. Sol I. Berg.
Onv-tUrd oix on till iuus. ol I. Ecrs.
Adjt Gen. Henry Hatching, of the
Texas National guard, is expected to
return Wednesday from Austin, where
he has been for a conference with
governor Colquitt regarding the Mexi
can situation. Upon the arrival og
Gen. Hutchins at the border, the re
ported troop movement of state mili
tia is expected to begin towards Kl
Paso, to protect El Pasoans from Mex
ican bullets.
Capt Wallace T. Downing has been
ordered to postpone his vacation to
Mineral Wells until after the return
of the adjutant general. In order tht
he and the governor may be Informed
HUERTA MARCHING
HIS MEN ABOUT
Has Three Times Been Near
Bachimba, but Fails to
Start Fight.
(By Associated Press).
At the Rebel Front Bachimba.
Mex., July 2. Communication between
the rebel army and the elty of Chi
huahua which had been cut for several
hours, was restored at 11 oclock today.
Though Gen. Huerta, the federal com
mander, had marched his Infantry to
within battle range of Bachimba three
toes, they withheld their fire each
time and withdrew, leaving the rebels
pnzzled as to the meaning of the
maneuver. It is assumed, however, that
the federal general wishes to keep the
rebels active at Bachimba while his
flank and rear attack is getting under
WIt" Is believed he -will cut railroad
communication with Chihuahua on the
north and shell Bachimba from both
the east and west while his cavalry
moves up on the extreme sides. In
this manner he ii. bound to discover
some weak spots in the rebel light
ing line which is now stretched over
a distance of seven miles. It Is cer
tain that the rebels will not open the
fight awaiting the federal attack so
that upon Gen Hnerta depends the
commencement of hostilities.
At 11 oclock considerable movement
was noted In the federal camp viewed
from the mountain tops here but it
may be another part of Huerta's ap
parent plan of marching his troops
back and forth in front of Bachimba
till he is ready to attack.
SHOTS FLRED ON
THE MEXICAN SIDE
Report Had It They TVere
Shooting at American
Border Guards.
Mexican soldiers stationed on the
Juarez side of the river fired seven or
eight shots about 4 oclock Tuesday
morning. It was reported that they
were firing at the United States sol
diers on patrol duty along the river
front At Fort Bliss the report had
been received, although not officially.
Immigration and customs inspectors
stationed at the Stanton street bridge
say that the shooting was reported by
the night men when they went off shift
Tuesday morning, but they did not re
port that any firing was done from
the American side in answer to the
shots from the Mexican side of the
rU er.
GARIBALDI'S MEN
ROUTED BY REBELS
Advance Guard of Federals
Defeated at Bavispe
and 30 Killed.
Douglas. Ariz., July 2. A courier
arriving at 5 oclock this morning
brought news of the complete rout
of Garibaldi's advance column of 158
by rebels at Bavispe. Federal losses
In killed and wounded are said to
have been about SO. The wounded
were taken to Colonla Morelos for
treatment Federal officials are pre
paring to send a heavy column against
the rebels.
TROOPS ON BORDER
GUARD ARE CHANGED
Troop movements were attracting
as much attention Tuesday morning
as the bulletin board of the El Paso
Herald. The United States troops
along the border have been relieved for
a month by troops from Fort Bliss.
The troop change was made by street
cars from the Fort and the patrols
were distributed along the river. The
ISth infantry battalion and the first
battalion of the 2 2d infantry relieved
the second and third battalions of
the 22d.
The 2d cavalry has not yet taken
up patrol duty, as the recruits have
not yet been received.
FIRST BATTiALION GUARDS
INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES NOW.
Maj. Peter Murray and his first bat
talion of the 22d regiment of Infantry
have taken up the duty of guarding
the international bridges against am
munition smugglers relieving the 3d
battalion of the regiment which re
turned to Fort Bliss Tuesday morning.
The 1st battalion is composed of com
panies A. B, C and D. Maj. Murray has
taken up his headquarters at the Im
migration station.
JUAREZ TEOPLE MOVE
HOUSEHOLD GOODS ACROSS.
Several wagon loads of furniture be
longing to residents of Juarez were
moved to El Paso Tuesday morning
by the owners, who will take up their
residence in El Paso. The tarn which
the revolution is taking is causing the
people of the border town to feel un
easy as to what action will be taken
in the next few days by the rebels or
the federals and they are moving to
El Paso.
REBEL HELD FOR KILLING
AN AMERICAN IS RELEASED.
Jesus J. Domlnguez. who was arrest
ed a week ago on a charge of shooting
and killing B. Varela. an American
citizen in Juarez, has been released
from jail. The shooting took place
a week ago Sunday night and was
caused the rebels say by, Varela
answering "Viva Madero" to a chal
lenge. Domlnguez was the secretary
to the rebel consular agent in El Paso.
REBELS WATCH BRIDGES
TO APPREHEND DESERTERS.
Guards of rebel soldiers are on duty
at both of the International bridges
on the Mexican side of the river watch
ing for possible deserters from the
rebel ranks. The ears, too, are being
inspected in order to stop any who
might desert and also to stop any of
the Maderista spies who are known to
be operating in the border town.
F..IGHTING REPORTED NEAR
BuVVISI'E IN SONORA.
Agua Prieta. Mex., July 2. Rebels
believed to be part of a force sent
north from Bachimba to enter the
state of Sonora preparatory to an in
vasion by the main force of rebels in
this section, are said to have met fed
eral troops. Fighting is believed to
b in progress today near Bavispe, S
miles southeast of Agua Prieta.
AMERICAN MISSING; IS
BELIEVED IN JUAREZ JAIL.
Francisco Carbajal, of Anthony, New
Mexico, and an American citizen is
missing and it is believed that he Is
in jail in Juarez. Carbajal Is employed
by Royal Jackman. at Anthony, and
came to Kl Paso Sundiy and has not
bud heaiil liutu Ein.t..
Y
as to the situation at this point on the
border.
Monday afternoon Capt Fred A.
Logan, of the Dallas battery, Texas
National guard', accompanied by Cot
E. Z. Steever. visited Sunset and
Mundy heights to inspect the battery
rangie locations and to make a survey
of the field. With Capt J! H. Hughes.
of the Texas rangers, and CoL Steever.
Capt Logan also made an inspection of
the entire field from the top of the
Mills building Sunday, In order thai.
he might familiarize himself with the
topography of the country surrounding
Bl Paso and Juarez.
FOREIGNERS FEAR
LOOTING CAMPAIGN
Much Uneasiness in Chihua
hua, Which Is Now
Unprotected.
The residents of Chihuahua are nerv
ously awaiting the developments at
Bachimba. according to passengers who
arrived on the Mexican Central passen
ger train Monday nigttt It is feared
that in case of a rebel reverse the rebel3
will return to Chihuahua and loot the
town. Nearly all of the soldiers have
left Chihuahua and the town is pro
tected mainly by a force of volunteers
who are being supported by the foreign
residents. AH of the important stores
in the city have closed and only a few
of the smaller remain open. In the
stores the merchants are packing away
everything portable in boxes and barri
cades of adobe blocks are being placed
in the store windows and in the door
ways. The foreign residents of the town
have held several meetings of late at
the American consulate and discussed
means for averting whatever danger
might present itself in the city.
TEXAS TROOPS ARE
READY NOW TO MOVE
Next Step Will Be Sending
of Dallas Battery to
El Paso.
Austin. Tex., July 2. The next step
in the proposed movement of the Tex
as' national guard to the border is
squarely up to the governor, according
to adjutant general Hutchins.
The Dallas battery is now ready to
move at any moment and the same may
be said of a number of other organiza
tions in the guard. As far as can be
learned here the governor has heard
nothing from Washington relative to
assurance that Texans will be given
ample protection in case of another
battle at Juarez, and unless this as
surance is given speedily then un
doubtedly orders will be issued for
the battery to proceed, and possibly
some of the other organizatons.
DE LA BARRA CHOSEN
SENATOR IN MEXICO
Mexico City. Mexico. July 2. Partial
returns from Sunday's election for sen
ators and deputies foe the assembly in
dicate that Francisco L. de la Barra.
ex-president and former ambassador
to the United States has been elected
senator from the states of Nuevo Leon.
Quetario, Mlchoacan and the federal
district He was a Catholic party can
didate. At party headuarters it was believed
the Catholic party would control the
next congress. De la Barra will choose
one of the states from which he will sit
his alternates acting for him in the
other three. No disorders hava been
reported.
GEN. BLANCO IS
ROBBED IN DOUGLAS
Douglas, Ariz.. July 2. Gen. Jose
de la Luz Blanco called upon 'ho
Douglas city police last night for
aid in recovering $J(M Mexican money,
alleged to have been taken from hi3
pocket in the restricted district The
money could hot be located and no
arrests were made. In another pocket
of the coat which the general claimed
had been gone through was $2,000 in
Mexican currency. This evidently was
overlooked by the thief.
FEDERALS REPORTED
CLOSE TO CHDZUAHUA
One of the federal flanking parties in
the Bachimba campaign has arrived in
the vicinity of the Dolores mines, this
side of Bachimba canyon and near the
city of Chihuahua, say people coming
to Juarez from Chihuahua. The fed
eral flanking force is composed of cav
alry. TERRAZAS NOT SENT TO
THE REBEL FRONT
Junn Creel Receives a Telegram An
nouncing That Terrains Will Be
in El Paso Today.
Juan A. Creel, of Chihuahua, on Mon
day afternoon received a telegram from
Chihuahua denying thavLa,s Terrazas.
son of the Chihuahua millionaire. Gen.
Luis Terrazas. had been forced to g"
to the front at Bachimba and fight for
the rebel cause. The telegram stated
that Mr. Terrazas will be in El Paso
today and that he Is free.
For nearly a month young Terrazas
has been held virtually a prisoner by
the rebels in Chihuahua,
GEN. EMILIO CAMPA STILL
A PRISONER AND ON PAROLE
Gen. Emtllo P. Campa. who accom
panied the troops and prisoners to
Casas Grandes with Gen. Inez Salazar
Monday, is still a prisoner, say the of
ficers In Juarez. He is simply on parole
at the present time and is given cer
tain freedom on his honor. Campa was
arrested a few days ago in Chihuahua
by Gen. Pascual Orozco for insubordin
ation, and since his release, has been
superior olficer. At the present tlnv1
continually under the command of a
Salazar has charge of him. The troops
sent to Casas Gr&ndes Monday were all
S&lazar's soldiers, as Campa's com
mand has been taken away from him.
PASSENGERS HELD IN JUAREZ
BUT AMERICANS GET ACROSS
All passengers arriving on the even
ing Mexican Central trains Monday and
desiring to come to El Paso were held
in Juarez as the immigration agents on
the Mexican side of the bridge said
that nobody from the Interior would b?
allowed to leave Juarez after 9 oclock
in the evening but would have to wait
until the next day. There were onlv
two or three Americans on the train
and Ihey left their baggage in Juarez
and crossed the bridge in spite of the
orders.
VISITING ELKS AVILL BE
PROTECTED BY COL. OROZCO.
Col. Pascual Orozco. military com
mander of Juarez, has guaranteed every
protection to the Elks and their guests
from New Orleans who wish to visit
Juarez. In answer to a letter from W
W. Brldgers, CoL Orozco offers protec
tion to the visiting Elks while in
Juarez.
WIFE OF BRITISH CONSUL IN
CniHUAHUA COMBS TO BORDER
Mrs. Calvert Scobell. wife of the.
British consul in Chihuahua, joined Kl
Pas.'s refugee colony Monday night
She wiU remain 1m El Paqo until con
ditions become more settled m Chi
huahua. She was accompanied by h-r
son.
REBELS BAR PROGRESS OF
FEDERALS TO CHIHUAHU V
The big stone ledges which overhang
the railroad tracks in the vicinity of
Bachimba canyon have been blasted tu
the rebels and the huge ledges piled oi
the tracks This will hold the feder '
trains from advancing on Chlhualiua
for several days.
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