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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, October 3, 1912
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ments are now being held for delivery
at The Herald business office:
I. X. L.
J. H. L.
J. K. -J.
15 Leon, Km. S
R. X. L.
C. E. Stearnm
Rooms Furnished or Un
furnished FOR RENT Front room, for gentleman
in private family. -815 -N. Campbell.
GENTLEMEN Steam' heated rooms,
private family. 214 W. Franklin,
FOR RENT Newly furnished bed
rooms, steam heat; 5 blocks from P. O.
712 N. Stanton.
A LARGE FRONT ROOM for rent 503
N Stanton. - -
FOR RENT 2 .furnished rooms. Phone
THREE ROOM furnished shite, 916 N
Itansas. Phone 4ffS9.
FOR RENT 3 room frame house fur
nished. Modern. Phone S72S.
FOR RENT Large corner sleeping
room and porch, if desired. Phone 2234. .
11U7 N. Stanton. '
FrKNISHED ROOMS ATI conveni
ences, reupnabiev SQSArlzona. Phone
4U17. -l-- - " -
NICE QUIET ROOM 1223 Olive. Rent
$10.00. ' ,
A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE for rent Fur
niture for sale; rooms all rented. 814
E. Rio Grande. Phone -3227:
FOB. RENT Rooms with bath.
ST. VRAIN FLATS for rent Modern.
Don't take children. Inqulre.900 Texas.
CLEAN, LIGHT front room,
family; no sick. Pone 4456.
FOR RENT Nice room for 1 or 2 gen
tlemen. 813 Magoffin.
NICE QCIET ROOM 1223 Olive. Rent
$10 00 ..
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent close In;
r.o children, phone "3747. 523 Prospect
THE KENAARD Newly furnished,
heated, hot and cold water; 1 block
north of P. O. 42g& N.' Oregon.
THE VENDOME All rooms newly fur
nished, hot and cold water. 311 R j
Overland. . .
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Men
onlj Steam heat hot and cold water,
close in. Georgette. Phone 169S.
Fl"RNISID3D ROOM Close in- on Mesa
Ave. $2.50 per week. "-
Phone 615. Collier. 419 Mesa Ave.
STREET CAR MEN Comfortably fur
nished rooms, close Jo car-barn. -Phone
FYYETTE ROOMS 213 Mills St. 1
block from P. O. 50c. 75c. $1.00 per
day $2.00 and up weekly.
THE 3IARIETTE," just opened. Every
thing nice and new, rates reasonable.
Phone 4810 or call 700 W. Main. Mrs.
T. C. Levingston,. Proprietress.
WHY PAY extravagant hotel rates?
The Ramona. 608-610 N. Stanton, home
like, economical, sanitary; ample bath
ing facilities. Rates 56c to $1 a day.
$2 to $6 a week. $12 to $25 a month.
ALAMO INN 314 S. El Paso St. new
management running water In every
room, handsomely furnished,-good ser
vice, low Tates, transients soliclted;
housekeeping suites also, for rant
' ROOMS. t,
Hot aid cold-water, free 'baths a.tall
hours 50c, 75c. $1.00 a day.. $2.00, "and
upward weekly. ' Comfortable, .close 'In,
for careful people. - i .
Near Postofflce, 417 If. Stanton St
1 Pasc, Texas.-
Opp. Southwestern Bldg. Phone 1030.
LOS ANGELES city- and cbunty prop
erty for El Paso .or nearby acreage.
J. A. Barton. 1005 Arizona St.". .
VALLEY LAND desired In trade for
elegant 2 story homeT Wfell located and
saleable Will take -or pay boot 1417
- - -
LOOK LOOK LOOK.
For Sale or Trade A. general meri
chandise store, doing good business;
must sell, as want to leave city. Phone
3341. Address H. Soster, care" of Smel
ter. El Paso. Texas. .
Office -with frniShedreooition room.
Just the place for 'a "dentist 415-16
Mills Bldg ,
TO SLBLET 2 offices In the American
National Bank building, less than usual
rate for several njqnths. Phone 1994c
For -Sale or Rent
FOR SALE OR LEASEi-Splendld ranch,
240 acres, patented land, in " Burro
mountains. New Mexico, one mile from
Tyrone, 6 room house, bath and all
modern conveniences, several good out
houses, plenty of water. 3 windmills,
fruit trees, cheap if taken soon. For
further particulars Inquire of Mrs
Lroily Bell. Silver City, New Mex'co.
C ffi The A-tociation ef Amer- ,'
J bhtAiIs can AdvertUera-fca es- i '
5 wgw atnined and certiSsd to i
C eSS7 thaercalatio oftHspab-i 'r
5 Ik Hob. The figures of circulation I :
5 contained in the Association'" ra ' t
J port only are guaranteed. ' .
Asssdstfsa ef Asanas Advertisers ; i
S No. 79 Wkitstall EMgK. T. Ely ,
f-For Bent Furnished Apart
ments, Houses, Etc.
THREE ROOSI furnished apartment
with sleeping porch; 322 W. Missouri.
FOR RENT Newly furnished room in
private family; close in; no sick need
apply. Phone 1291.
THREE-BOOM furnished apartment to
healthy people without children. 1133
East Rio Grande.
FURNISHED -front room for rent, lady
preferred. 602 Montana. Phone 1492.
FOR RENT - 3 or -4 rooms modern
apartments, 'furnished or unfurnished,
sleeping torch. Phone 3021,
FOR RENT 2 room flats, bath and
kltchenet; furnished or unfurnished.
301 Putnam St Phone 4316.
$17.50 A 3IONTH for 3 room modern
furnished flat with sleeping porch.
2312 Wyoming St, Opp. a W. shops.
For Sale Real Estate
WHAT AM I OFFERED
Spot cash, 2 lots, Douglas St, block
125, East El Paso? Be quick. I need
the money. P. O. box 827.
5 ROOM BRICK, completely furnished,
4 lots, $3200; terms. Phone 1124. x
FOR SALE S room brick home. Owner,
631 Prospect or Horace B. Stevens,
A SACRIFICE 40 acre farm. $1000,
less than actual value. Box 10, Gar
field. N. M.
MR., AUTOMOBILE MAN,
Buy a corner home and run of f"paved
street direct Into garage. Beats punc
ture and rips going up a tin can alley.,
For best terms see
Dr. E. D. Strong,
518-519 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
-60 .by. 134 feet & El Paso St, -,at a
69 by 120 feet E- Missouri St. west
T of Octavla St $45 per .foot
I have several choice building sues
In Sunset Heights close In. Let me
Rlo Grande valley lands In tracts of
10 acres to 2000 acres. $40 to $150 per
'SO acres, house, barn, windmill, etc,
adjoining Demlng, N. M. $100 per,acrc
Easy terms on all the above propo
sitions. Southern California property to trade
for El Paso property.
James A. Murdoch,
Of flee Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
El Paso, Texas.
FORgALE: 1000 or 2000 shares ot Ma
jestic Copper Co. stock ai 10c a share.
100 to loflO Jahnsville Mining Co. at
25c a share. 10ft to SOOft ?w SfatS'i
Copper Mining and Smelting Co. at 10c
H. M. Brown,
Real Estate and 3Iining Broker,
WANTED All kinds of office furni
ture; best prices paid. Western Fur
niture Co., 308 El Paso. Bell 1482.
Too Late to Classify
Furnished or unfur
nished, for sale or rent
Creel fc Co,
Phone 5075. 216 Mills St
$1200 FOR 4 LOTS
ON SOUTHEAST CORNER.
These lots are as level as a floor,
are high, and have the choicest front
age. Only 1 block of the new East El
P.aso school. " Lots In this section are
selling fast and good ones are getting
scarce. There are no prettier lots in
("the "additl&ri than these. Don't wait
these are going to sell.
Mayflcld Realty Co,
7 ROOJI 2 STORY
,JFULL BASEMENT AND HEATING
Close In on Arizona St; has large ce
ment cfront porch, 3 large screened rear
porches, 4 bedrooms and bath finished
in white enamel; electric fixtures and
cement walks; fence and all Improve
ments In; down stairs is finished in
dark oak: all the walls are tinted In
sgft shades. In fact 'this Is an attractive
and uptodate home, and the price only
$6300, on easy terms. y
Mayfleld Realty Co.
. WE WILL BUILD A HOME
In any part of the city and giye you
Mayfleld Realty Co.
BUY THIS LITTLE GE3I.
5 H003IS AND "SLEEPING PORCH.
$3350 ON EASY TERSIS.
Has hardwood floors and all the built
in features; south front on Rio Grande
St Only pne. out of eight of these
homes left. It will be completed In
about- 2 weeks. Better take a look at
tills. . It Is located on the hlgjaosb
ground on Rio Grande St., and Is close
to Ft Bliss and Government Hill car
line. vThls price includes fence, stied
And electric fixtures.
3rnyfleld Realty Co
Owners and Builders.
TJOR SALE BY OWNER 4 room new
. bjmgalow at bargain; near car line and
school; 2 lots, chicken yard; easy terms.
.Address 314, care Herald.
4 room frame on 2 full
lots, all fenced. Was $1804,
UiRhop A. McDonald,
Too Late to Classify
Small home, newly refln
ished. near car and school;
muslf be sold at one. Only
Real. Estate. Rentals.
Herald J31dg. Phone 1227.
AVE BUY HOUSEHOLD GOODS
and pay the top price.
Phone HOC Ro & Foots.
THINGS AVE DEAL IN.
Rooming houses, rent houses and va
largo ranches, small ranches and
We trade, rent or sell.
COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS
In carload lots. Give us a trial.
Herbert H. Slaughter & Sons,
526 Mills Bldg. Phone 5005.
' - ' ,-322.000. .
Now 3 story apartment
house,, all outside rooms;
leased for 5 years; nets
10 percent Best location,
AN IDEAL SITE,
A. light sides for a mtfd
ern fireproof apartment
house, close to business
center: elegantly located.
Ask for price and terms.
Close to new hotel, nets
6 percent; can be Im
proved to net 7 percent;
Increasing In value every
year. Ask for prices and
C A. Kinne Co.,
311 American Bank Bldg.,
Geo. D. Kendall Makes Glasses Right
N. KANSAS ST. BUNGALOW.
6 rooms modern, east front, paved
street Price $5500; good terms.
FOR SALE SUNSET HEIGHTS.
8 rooms and basement steam heat
modern and uptodate; all the builtln
features and everything that goes to
make a cozy home; east front Price
$6300; easy terms.
FOR SALE X. VIRGINIA ST.
4 room cottage, near Montana. Only
$3200; easy terms.
On California St, 6 Tooms, all the built
in features; very classy; lot 50x120,
south front Will sacrifice for a quick
sale. ' '
MUNDY AVE. 'BUNGALOW.
A thoroughly modern, new 6 room
large bungalow; modern and artistic in
design; hardwood floors. See "this bun
galow and you will buy It; easy terms.
The,CnnsIdy Realty Co.,
211 Mills St Phone 920.
Two corner lots, 7th and
Tornlllo Sts.; suitable for
warehouse or tenement
purposes. You can . buy
them on your own terms.
Jas. J. Watts,
Real Estate. Insurance.
106 S. El Paso St
From today on will be, not to handle
any deal wherein our commission Is
less than $20Q, except city lots, then
$25. Not because "we are independent
or our head has swelled too big- for
our hat" but we are going to sell only
what we can guarantee worth the
money and will not offer you anything
that we are afraid to represent the
If you. have anything to sell or trade
at Its value or a bargain, list It with
us and we will sell It Under this plan
we can afford to spate no expense In
handling It Remember, It will pay you
to "always see us"- ror-clty lots, resi
dences, business property, valley and
grazing ranches and mining proposi
tions. E. P. Com. it Realty Ex., Brokers.
510 Mills Bldg. Phone 1862.)
A CHOICE BUILDING
SITE ON MESA AVE. FOR
SALE AT A BARGAIN.
If you have been looking
for a choice residence or
apartment house site, here
Is just what you want at
he right price. 87xl20
feet corner lotsi The price
Is only $6500: good terms.
McCInre Realty Co.,
202 Texas St Phone 4354.
Geo. D. Kendall Makes Glasses Right
YOU CAN FIND some bargains In rugs
" - at
113 N. Stanton. Ross Foutz.
WANTED To bid on your second hand
furniture, stoves and rugs.
Phone 110C Ross & Fontz.
SEE US for good second hand furni
ture and stoves.
Ross & Fontz.
EXTRA PRICES PAID
For all kinds of mission furniture.
Ross Foutz. Phone 100.
Furniture repairing and finishing. Fur
niture packed on short notice. Phone
1025. Daniels Furniture and Mattress
Factory. 412 Myrtle.
Your furniture packed on short no
tice. Furniture repairing and uphols
tering. See Daniels" Furniture and Mat
tress Factory. 412 Myrtle. Phone 1023.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY Four room
house, pn 4 full lots; $2250, $400 cash,
balance $25 per month.
CHOICE VALLEY land at $40 per acre;
will sell for $75 soon.
YOUR. PROPERTY can be sold If listed
WE. HAVE many
houses and stores.
chances to rent
Rental and Real Estate.
Third floor American Bank Bldg.
GOVERNMENT HILL SACRIFICE
nLOCK )5, LOTS 23-24. ONE-HALF
BLOCK CAR LINE AND WINGO
H03IE; BARtiUN" FOR O.UICK SALE.
I NEED TID3 MONEY. ADDRESS P. O.
BOX 1022. CITY.
HERE IS A HOME FOR YOU.
Only $1500 for a 4 room bungalow,
large sleeping porch, cement front
porch; lots 50x120, near car line. Terms
$100 cash, balance $25 per month. Let
us show you.
W. F. Payne.
. CLOSE 1$ OX MESA AVE.
17 rooms, red pressed brick, lots 54x
120. Price $16,000, Including furniture.
The ground is worth the money.
W. F. Payne,
RIO GRANDE ST. CLOSE IX.
8 room red pressed brick, modern"
lots 50x180. Price only $6500, easy
W. F. Payne,
Too Late to Classify
NEAR HIGH SCHOOL.
6 room pebble dash bungalow, east
front hardwood floors, cement porches;
modern in every way with all builtln
features. Price reduced to $4750, easy
W. F. Payne, Sole Agent.
4 ROOM CALIFORNIA BUNGALOW.
It has a heating plant good outdoor
Improvements, modern throughout
Price $2750, -$200 cash, balance like
W. F. Payne.
Real Estate. Insurance.
401 Mesa "Ave. Phone 1250.
HIGHLAND PARK BARGAIN.
Two south front lots at end of car
line; perfectly level. A bargain at $300.
D. G. Helneman, 209 Mills St.
NEVADA ST. HOME.
Modern 5 room brick bungalow, south
front; rented for $30. Price $4000; will
sell on terms to suit you.
D. G. Helneman, 200 Mills St
Geo. D. Kendall Makes Glasses Right
5 ROOM COTTAGE, 3IONTANA ST.,
Near Houston square; modern, red
pressed brick; lot 37xl20. If. -you
know realty values thi3 will . interest
Toliln Real Estate Trust Co.
HOW IS THIS?
$,1100 for new 5 room bungalow,
latest structural features; splendid,lo
catlon. $650 down, balance monthly
payments to suit purchaser.
Tobln Real Estate Trust Co.
BRAND NEW. LOOK!
Simply delightful 11 room rooming'
house, elegant furniture, steam heat
(small, economical boiler); running
water; best location. Everything you
could desire. Will pay for Itself ($800)
ALSO 30 ROOM HOTEL SACRIFICE,
Block from P. O.. and 2 blocks from
P. O. a 23 bed proposition. Only $600
cash, $700 easy terms. Call quick.
Towle, 30C Mesa.
EAST EL PASO HAND LAUNDRY
Mrs. S. C Martin, Prop. Hand washed.
Ironed and air dried. Specialty, rough
dry. Bell phono 4095.
PACKING FURNITURE Lowest rates.
El Paso Storage Warehouse. Ph. 2166.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE.
Buffalo Right side .down. In front of
hobo. Man Left side down, behind
FOR SALE. $20 5x7 camera and com
plete finishing outfit; value $60. 501
Mesa Ave., room 36.
FOR SALE Piano at a bargain.
715 Williams St
Geo. D. Kendall Makes Glasses Right
WANTED 4 to 6 room furnished cot
tage, part of house, or furnished house
keeping rooms; must be firstclass; per
manent people. Write 322, Herald.
WANTED Saleslady for art needle
work store. One who can do nice em
broidering and crocheting and capable
of teaching others. Apply between 4
and 6 p. m.. No. 416. Hotel McCoy.
WANTED Girl to wait table and assist
with housework. 215 Wyoming.
WANTED A man to take full charge
of small ranch and run gasoline engine;
married man preferred, without chil
dren. Write age, full particulars to
Geo. D. Kendall Makes Glasses Right
LOST White bull terrier, brown spot
on back; liberal reward. Phone 3353.
NINE ROOSI partly furnlsned house for
rent close In. Phone 1885.
THREE CORNER LOTS, $300 Highland
Park car line. C. 318.
WANTED At once, an experienced
dining room girl. Call Wood 'Cafe,
405 N. Oregon St
PRINTERS and Dress feeders wanted.
Burk Printing House.
WANT TO DREDGE
Chicago Man Advocates Before Irriga
tion Congress the Removal of Ma
chinery From Panama Canal.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct 3. Victor
Falkenau. of Chicago, In the discussion
that opened the last day's session of
the Twentieth International Irrigation
congress, advocated the transfer of the
machinery now in use on the Panama
canal upon the completion of the canal,
to the headwaters of the Mississippi to
Improve that waterway. His suggestion
precipitated a discussion that indicated
the congress was in favor of the un
dertaking. The following communication from
CoL Theodore Roosevelt was read by
"Through you I wish to congratulate
the congress on its work. I most
earnestly believe that we are as yet
only on the threshold of accomplishing
through Irrigation all that can be ac
complished in the country. I feel that
It is necessary for the nation tn un
dertake as .part of a well considered
general scheme the work of utilizing
our waters, treating In connection with
one another the irrigation of the arid
lands and semi-arid lands, drainnge of
the swamp lands, the utilization of the
water power in behalf of the public at
large, the protection of our people from
floods and the storage of flood waters
so as to make the rivers navigable
highways at all seasons."
Two more cities have entered the al
ready crowded field as bidders for next
year's meeting of the congress. Invi
tations to meet at Mobile, Ala., and In
dianapolis, Ind., have been presented
to the congress by business and com
mercial organizations at those cities.
The charges assessed upon settlers
as the result of government reclama
tion work was brought up for general
discussion by J. S. Hoagland, of North
Platte, Neb., who argued that the water
users were made to bear too heavy a
Senator Francis G. Newlands urged
for a more tolerant spirit toward the
"'Men in the reclamation service." he
said, "are the servants of the people,
and I .believe are trying to serve their
masters with honesty and efficiency.
There Is only one way to conduct a col
lective work and that is on the same
basis as a successful private enter
prise. I besneak the tolerance of the
people for the service. I bespeak your
faith In them for they are endeavorl. g
to serve us well."
HOP AT TOE FORT; LEAVES
GRANTED SEVERAL OFFICERS
The officers will give the first hop
of the season at Fort Bliss Friday
Under exceptional circumstances, a
leave of absence for 25 days, subject to
recall, should circumstances render it
necessary, has been granted 2d Lieut
Archibald D. Cowley, 22d Infantry. Un
der the same conditions, the leave of
absence for 10 days granted 2d Lieut.
George S. Gay, 3d field artillery, has
been extended 10 days: also the leave
or 10 days granted 2d Lieut Arnold N.
Krogstad, 22d infantry, has been ex
tended five days.
Corporal Robert A. Jackson, troop
B, 3d cavalry, now In the field at or
near Pelea, N. M.. has been ordered sent
to Fort Sam Houston, Tex., with 'orders
to report to the commanding officer
for the purpose of takin? charge of
troop barracks and property.
Private first class Archie Erwin. hos
pital corps. Fort Cam Houston, Tex,
has been ordered to Marfa. Tex., for
duty in the field.
Gen. Luis Terrazas is expected to re
turn from Santa Barbara. Cal . this
evening and will go to his home in
Chihuahua after spending a few das
in El Paso.
m VISTA NAME
FDI H 1GDD0L
This Is the Name Selected
by the People' of
"Alta Vista" will bo the name of the
new "East El Paso" school house. If the
school board accepts the name sug
gseted by the residents of the district
This Is the name they decided upon
unanimously at a meotlng in Austin
Park chapel Wednesday evening.
The gathering was attended by the
men and women of the district and over
200 persons were present. There was
not a single objection to the name and
the school board will be asked by presi
dent Davis McKnight of tho Alta Vista
Improvement club, to give the new
school this name.
ThR residents of the school district
have already selected Alta Vista as the 1
district extends eastward fropi about
Piedras street to Government hill and
lies i between the- G. H. tracks on thfi
south ..and Manhattan, and Altura
Ijelght3 on Ihe north.
AU Are Voters.
At the meeting Wednesday evening,
S. E. Patton, chairman of the club's
social committee, was In charge, and
refreshments were served. The women
of the district provided the refresh
ments, but men, women and children
partook of the good things to eat
Solos by Mrs". Young were 'a feature.
There were at least a hundred men
present and S. E. Patton remarked:
"There Is not a man here who can't
mark his own ballot" Further Investi
gation also showed that not a man
present was living In a rented house.
Alta Vista Is strictly a district of home
owners and the Improvement club
consists of men wno are Interested In
building up that section of the city. By
cooperating with the city officials they
expect to get many needed Improve
Every occupation represented In the
city was also represented among the
men at the meeting, it Is declared.
There wore lawyers, newspaper men,
real estate men, letter carriers, rail
way postal clerks, postofflce clerks,
salesmen, clerks; traveling men, and
men of the various building trades, all
of them owning homes in the district
School Is Full.
President David McKnight presided
over the business session of the club
at which the name was selected. Mrs.
Eunice Payne, principal of ,the new
school, and Miss Wilson, one of the
teachers, were present and agreed as
to the suitability of the name for the
new school. A discussion of the con
dition of the school developed that al-,
ready the four rooms completed by the'
school board had been filled with the
children from the district and that the
pupils of the high fourth grade had
been transferred temporarily to an-t-ther
school. Three more rooms will
be completed this fall, however. A
year ago the sohool board at first dis
cussed erecting a four-room building,
believing that it would be large enough
to accommodate the district for some
To Discuss Improvements.
The improvement club will meet
again next week In the chapel for the
annual election of officers and for the
purpose of discussing needed improve
ments. The residents have already se
cured their school and a number of
needed electric lights. T.hey are now
working for an Improved street car
service and for better fire protection
hydrants at least, If not an appara
tus, but they are going to ask the city
for a fire apparatus and station. They
will also discuss the coming bond issue
and- send a committee to meet with the
city officials to ascertain if the city
will use some of the money for drain
ing the water from the mountainsides,
which the Southwestern tracks now
catches up under a few culverts and
sends out In rivers over private prop
erty. CONFESSES THAT HE
KILLED LITTLE GIRLS
Detroit Police Be!Ice Story of Laborer
Solves Slysterlous Attacks
Upon Women and Girls.
Detroit Mich., Oct 3. If the story
whlch George Brown Spengler told
proves to be the truth, tho mystery of
a crime which has puzzled Detroit po
lice and detectives for nearly three
years has been cleared.
Spengler, a laborer 30 years old, was
arrested In connection with the mur
der of 12 year old Matilda Rels, whose
mutilated body was found In an alley
near her home last Tuesday night He
confessed not only to having killed and
mistreated tho child, but told the no-
Hce he also mistreated and murdered
Helen Brown, 11 years old, whose body
was found In a coal yard on December
Four other sirls have been attacked
In Detroit in the last 13 months, one of
them was permanently Injured ar.d the
others less seriously hurt Spengler
admits responsibility for two of these
offenses. In each case the child was
attacked as she lay asleep In her par
For more than a year a succession
of attacks on wome -nand girls has
mystified local police officials. Women
haro been knocked down and dragged
Into dark alleys.
34h DISTRICT COURT.
J. It narper. Presiding.
W. P. Bain vs. El Paso & Southwest
ern system, suit for damages; on trial.
41s DISTRICT COURT.
A. 31. Walthall,. Presiding.
Orndorff-Hardie Realty company vs.
Joe Dunne, trespass to try title; on
A. S. J. Eylar, Presiding.
George L. Vaughan. appointed tem
porary guardian of the estate of Daisy
Vaughan; bond fixed at $1006.
DEATHS AND BURIALS
SIRS. MAUDE CULTEIt
ft j!..tted,,E. ;: I
died at a local hospital Wednesday
evening. She hail been in EI Paso only j
Tex. She is survived bv her husband I
Charles A Culter. who resides in Dal
las. The funeral was held from a lo
cal undertaking chapel at 3 oclock
Thursday afternoon. The body was In
terred In Evergreen cemetery.
GOVERNMENT SEEKS ROAD
THROUGH COLORADO ESTATE
Los Angeles, Oct 3. An action in
which the United States government Is
seeking to exercise the right of em
inent domain over the estates of the
late Gen. Palmer, of Colorado, Is pend
ing in the federal courts of Los An
geles. A road In dispute, not more than five
miles long, is the only road the govern
ment could use as an outlet for the for
est reserve. The calmer estate has re
'fused to permit its use for logging pur
Subscribers failing to get
The Herald promptly should
call at the office or telephone
No. 2030 before 6:30 p. m.
All complaints will receive
London. England, Oct 3.
Severe fighting between Turk
ish and Servian troops is re
ported to have occured on the
southeastern frontier of Servla
In a dispatch from Belgrade
received by a news agency
here. The Turks are 'aald to
have lost 30 killed and many
wounded, while the Servians'
loss is given as two killed and
A detachment of 300 Turkish
soldiers, according to the dls-
j patch, crosseu into Servian ter
ritory and in the neighborhood
of the town of Vranya en
countered a body of Servian in
fantry. An engagement en
sued which lasted an hour.
improvement in European
Situation Is Felt on the
New York Exchange.
New York. N. Y., Oct 3. Decided Im
provement in the European interna
tional situation and shading of time
and call money rates caused a vigor
ous rebound In prices today. London
turned buyer of our stocks at home
and later here, although the substan
tial gains recorded In early trading
here were sufficiently extensive to up
set the calculations of foreign pros
pective purchasers. Trading In the
first hour exceeded anything In vol
ume since the Inception of the rise
some weeks ago.
Reading and Steel made up a very
large part of the whole, the former
also making its best price of the pres
Bonds were firm.
Activity abated at midday and prices
sagged slowly, some of the leaders los
ing half a point or more. Canadian
Pacific fell two points abruptly. After
the realizing sale on the market had
absorbed, bull operators bid up leading
stocks and the lowest became active
and strong again.
The market closed strong. Persist
ent selling of Canadian Pacific, which
fell two points; under yesterday's close,
Invited some selling of the general list
but recessions did not carry far. A few
of the manipulated specialties were at
their best In the final dealings.
MONEY AND METALS
few York. ?f. T Oct 3. Call
Bar silver, 63. x
Prime mercantile paper, 56 per
Desilverized lead (New Mexico)
lead. $5.10 bid.
Copper. $17.25 bid.
Tin. $50.50 50.75.
Mexican dollars. .49.
Spelter (St Louis quotation) $7.45;
Mexican Money SI Paso Quotation.
Mexican Pesos , (El Paso buying
Mexican Currency (El Paso buying
Exchange (City of Mexico) 49.63.
Current Smelter- Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.j
Bar silver 63
Copper (wire bars).. .......17.525
Copper cathode (cents per lb..... 17.45
Lead (N. Y. sales price) $5.10
Lead (London) 21, s2, d6
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver ..'. 65.75
Copper (wire bars) 17.50
NEW YORK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald fro3
ii J. Overlook. Blsbee, Ariz.
American Sugar 127Vi
Great Northern 140
New York Central .....116
Northern Pacific 129
Reading .' 176
Southern Pacific 113
Union Pacific 175
u. o. oteei ....... ,9
U. S. Steel Pfd 116
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J. Overlook. Blsbee. Ariz.
Arizona Commercial 4
Calumet & Arizona .... 82
Copper Range 59
Greene Cananea 10
Nevada Con ."........ 23
North Butte 34
Old Dominion 64
Chtno Copper 44
Ray Con 23
mah con .::::::::. :..::::::::::: 15
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J. Overlook. Blsbee. Ariz.
Chemung ..'.... 6
Chief Con 1
Goldfleld Con :..,,.. 2
Inspiration Copper 19
Majestic Copper of Utah 4S
Mason Valley 12
New Keystone 2
Ohio Copper '........... lj
Ray Central ;$f
San Antonio, part paid 3
Tonopah , , 7
Summit , is
STREET CAR RUNS
WILD ; MANY HURT
Pittsburg, Pa.. Oct. 3 One passen
ger was killed and 55 others injured
louay in me wrecK 01 a street car,
whose brakes gave way as It was run
ning down Greenfield avenue hill.
After going eight blocks the car loft
the rails and struck a telephone pole.
Scores of nrtn and women passengers
were tossed into a crushed and bleed
ing heap. The more seriously Injured
were taken to hospitals.
ADS BY PHONEt
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad In
The EI Paso Herald is 25 cents It
reaches an average of about 70 000
readers c-ih issue.
Corn Shows Steadiness with
Absence of Selling
Chicago, 111., Oct 3. Owing to the
more peaceful outlook in the Balkans,
wheat prices today slid down. Fine
weather throughout the American
northwest had a tendency also to aid
the bears. Buying demand here was
limited. Opening prices were c to
c lower. December started at
90c"to c, and a decline to 90c fol
lowed. Corn showed steadiness because of
the absence of selling pressure. De
cember opened a shade to c off, at
52Vc to 52c and raillled to
The close was firm with December
at 52c, a gain of H to c net
Traders In oats governed themselves
by the course of the corn market De
cember started a 16th lower, at 31 Tic,
and reacted to 32c.
The close was steady, at 90 for
December, a net decline of to He,
Provisions rose In sympathy with an
advance at the yards. The first sales
varied from last night's level to 7c
advance, with January 18.92 to $18.95
for pork; $10.80 to $10.82 for lard, and
$10.05 for ribs.
Grain and Provisions
Dec .... ....$ 90
May .. . 9595?i'
Oct . .... -.. 66
Dec - 52Ti
Dec 32 32
May -- ' 34
Chicago Provisions. Closet
Oct .... ..., ,"...-..$16.65
Oct .... .. $lLSff
Oct .... $10.60
Kansas city Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Mo, Oct. 3. Cattle
Receipts 5000. including 2000 southerns;
market steady to weak. Native steers.
$5.7510.90; southern steers, $4.50
6.00; southern cows and heifers. $3.25
5.25; native cows and heifers. $3.25
8.25; stockers and feeders. $4.507.25;
bulls, $4.0O5.25; western cows, $3.50
Hogs Beets. 5000; market 10c high
er; bulk of sales, $S.508-85; heavy.
$S.59S.S0; packers and butchers, $8.50
8.90; lights, $8.40S-85; pigs, $6.00
Sheep Rects. 10,000; market steady
to weak. Lambs, $5.506.65; range
wethers and yearlings, $3.5004.50;
range ewes, $2.25 3.75; muttons, $3.00
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago, HL, Oct 3. Cattle Rects.
6000; market slow, steady. Beeves,
$5.50 11.00; Texas steers, $4.50 6.00;
t western steers, $5.759.00: stockers
and feeders, $4.35 7.75; cows and heif
ers. $2.853.00; calves, $8.0011.50.
Hogs Rects. 14,000; market slow but
10c higher. Light $8.S09.15; mixed.
$8.509.20; heavy, $S.359.15; rough.
$8.35S.55; pigs. $5.508.40; bulk of
Sheep Rects. 35.000; market steady.
Native. $3.2S4.25: western, $3.45 4.20;
yearlings, $4.255.25; lambs, native,
$4.506.S0; western. $4.757.15.
S St Lonls "VVoot
St Louis. Mo., Oct 3. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums. 21
25; fine mediums, 1820; fine, l317.
New Torlc Cotton.
New York. N. T.. Oct 3. Cotton
Spot quiet Middling uplands. T125;
middling gulf, 1150. Sales, 190 bales.
Washington. D. C. Oct 3. At the
beginning of business Wednesday the
condition of the United States treas
ury was as follows:
Working balance In treasury offices,
In banks and Philippine treasury.
The iotal ot the general funds. $149,
540.196. Receipts yesterday were S1.81S.696.
Disbursements were J50.S16.
The deficit to date this fiscal year,
The deficit at this time last year
These figures exclude, Panama canal
and public debt transactions.
BANKS SHOW BIG GALN
IN LOANS AND DEPOSITS
Washington, D. C Oct 3. All na
tional banks In the United States re
porting their condition on September
4 as compared with June 14. show a.
gam of $S7.000,000 In loans and dis
counts, losses of $50,000,000 in cash,
and gains of $66,000,000 in individual
deposits. Gains in all three items ar
shown over the report of a year ago.
EDUARDO OCHOA IS TO
BE TRIED IN SANTA FE
Capt H. R. Hillebrand, deputy
United States marshal, will leave for
Santa Fe, N. M., Thursday night with.
Eduardo Ochoa, who will bo tried be
fore the federal court there on a
charge of conspiracy to violate the
The federal court here adjourned at
2 oclock Thursday afternoon until 9
oolock Friday morning.
FIVE ARE KILLED WHEN
TRAIN HITS AUTO.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Oct S. Five
passengers were killed here
today when a Pennsylvania
passenger train struck an au
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by Ieal applications, as tbey cannot reach the
diseased portion ot t&e ear. Tbere is only ooe
way to care deataeas. aod tbat is by constitution
al remedies. Deafness Is ceased by a Inflamed
cowiition of the mucous lining ot ute Enstachlm
Tube. Wben this tube Is Inflamed you nave a
romBliDg soaad or imperfect bearing, and when
it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and
unless the Inflammation can be takes oat and
this tube restored to its normal coatUtion, bear
ing will be destroyed foreTer. nine eases oat of
tea ate eaased by Catarrh, whlcn is aotbisg bat
an Inflamed condition ef tne mncoos surfaces.
We will gire One Hon4re4 Dollars for aay case
of Deafness (caused by catarrfa) that cannot be
cared by Hall's CatarTh Core. Seed for circu
F. JT. CHBXE5T 4 CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by Drngsblts. 75c.
Take Hall's FsraHy Plus far constipation.
Rl. PASO LODGE NO. 130. A. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings 1st ana sra
Wednesdays of each month.
W. W. Evans. W. M.
L E. Glllett Secretary.
Masonic Relief Board. 10S Meaa Ave.:
hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
Called meeting Friday, Oct 4. 7:30
p. m. Third degree.
E. E. IWAN'S DAXCING ACADEMY at
the F. B. hall. Social dance every
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.