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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, November 16s 1912
Elevators in the Northwest
Have Large Supply of
Cereals on Hand.
Chicago. 111., Nov. 16. Reports that
country elevator stocks northwest
were three times as large as a year
ago had a depressing effect today on
wheat. The market opened 4 to c
lower to Mc up, December started at
86 14 to 86 to 8CV4C, a shade to to
c off; touched 86 c and then de
clined to 86c
The close was weak at 85 to 85c
December corn opened to c
down at 47 to 47 fcc. rallied to 47
to 47c, and fell back to 47c.
The close was steady, with Decem
ber to "c net lower at 47 to 47c.
December oats, which started un
changed to c higher at 30 to 30 c
seemed inclined to keep within that
Provisions developed a little strength j
03 account of lighter local stocks and j
jiDerai snipmems. ine ursi s&icb -were
at 2c decline to a like advance, with
January at 318.55 for pork; 310.75 for
lard and 310.00 to 310.02 for ribs.
Grain and Provisions
CMeage drain. Close.
Chteago Previsions. Close.
Nov ..... ......31&75
Jan . 18.70
May ... ......... 18.35
Nov .-. 311.35
Kansas City Grain and Hay.
Kansas City, Mou, Mot. 16. Cash
wheat, hard, to 3c lower; red, un
changed; No. 2 hard, 31085; No. 3. 80
S2; No. 2 red, 37999; No. 3, 397.
Corn Mixed, unchanged to c low
er: white c lower. .No. z mixed, new,
44; No. 3, new, 42; No. I white, new,
46 46; No. 3, new, 46.
Oats Unchanged. No. 2 white, 32
32; No. 2 mixed, 31 32.
Rye and hay Unchanged.
Receipts Wheat, 114 cars.
Kansas City Grain. Close.
May 85 86
July 82 82
Dec . 48fc48
May ... 44
Kansas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Mo.. Nor. 13. Cattle
Rects. 500; no southerns: steady. Na
tive steers, J6.5010.75; southern J
steers, 4-256.50; southern cows and
heifers, 33.50fy5.25; native, cows and
heifers. $3.S08.00; -stockers and feed
ers. $4.5097.50; bulla, S4.00(5.t0;
calves. J5.5010.00; western steers,
$5 008.50; western cows, $3.506.7S.
Hogs Rects. 3500; 5c lower. Heavy.
37.7007.80; packers and batchers. J 7.55
7.75: light. J7.407.70; pigs. SC.000
Sheep Rects. 1000; market steady.
Muttons. 33.805.10; lambs. $S.M
7.50; range wethers and yearlings, 34.00
6.25; range ewes, 33.04ff4.60.
Chleaste I,Ivesteck. Close.
Chicago. 111., Nov. 16. CatUe Rects.
1000; market steady. Beeves, $5.35
11.00: Texas steers, 34.305.60; west
ern steers, 35-5099.00; - stockers and
feeders, 34.1007.16; cows and heifers,
32.7507.40; calves, J7.Mfj(10.5.
Hogs Recta. 12,000; market slow.
Weak. Light, 37.3007.85; mixed, 37.40
07.90; heavy. 37.3007.95; rough. 37.300
7.50; pigs, 5.OO06.8O; bulk of sales,
Sheep Recta. 3000; market strong.
Native. 33.5004.65; western, 33.6004.30;
yearlings, 34.5008.00: lambs, native,
S6.5O07.5O; western. $5.7607.40.
St. Leafel Wool.
St IxwJs, Ma, Nov, 1. Wool steady,
3few York Oct ton.
Nete- Tork. X. T., Nov. 16. Cotton
futures closed steady. CbMdng bide:
Nov 112J; Dec, 1142: Jan, 1168; Feb,
1167; March, 1178; May. 1180; June.
1179; July. 1180; Aug, 1172; Sept,
1148; Oct, 1130.
Spot closed quiet Middling uplands,
1190; middling gulf. 1316. Sales, none.
Galveston, Tex, Nov. 16. Cotton
Bfseell's Carpet Sweepers
and Dnstless Mope.
Lasrie Hardware Cs, 309 Mills St
Ante For Hire
Phone Longwell for quick service
and moderate eost
There a art In pressing. Wright.
Dec ...... 3
Dec ........... -,
July -. .
of a size which will prove permanently satisfactory,
where if you waked until you had enough saved you
might not get any.
We have good values and our knowledge and
guarantee goes with every sale.
It's None Too Soon to Make Selections
For the Holidays
A. D. Foster Co.
El Paso's Popular Jewelry Store.
the best dressers of El Paso
the very best of wearables.
1 "? i
for thk beHig the most successful and finest clothing store
in the Southwest
Honest values, with straightforward business methods,
and the confidence of our customers has brought about this
result. The up-to-date dressers of this town are wearing
clothes with a Sol I. Berg label. "Whether it be a Suit, Over
coat or anything that a man wears from Hose to Hats, the
selection k made easy at this store. Exclusive and dis
tinctive styles for both men and young men await your
Placed on Display
yesterday the finest se
lection of Shirts ever ship
ped to El Paso. "Halibut
Silks" with collars to match
in heavy winter weights
Madras stripes Percale
stripes and the heavier flan
nels all in the very latest
$1.00 and up
See Show Window.
Hi close sieoi
Issues to Be .Affected by
Tariff Revision De
cline Three Points.
New York, N. Y, Nov. 16. Stocks to
day closed stronger alter an irregular
price list from London had caused a
hesitating opening and a yielding tend
ency intensified later when bears at
tacked all quarters.
Stocks which it was expected would
be more influenced by tariff revision
lacked support and went off easy, with
declines reaching three points in some
instances. Recognized leaders of the
market also felt the pressure to a con
siderable extent and losses pf a point
were well scattered through this sec
tion. In the last half hour there was a
brisk upward movement which can
celed the day's losses in the leaders
and established slight gains in many
3fBW YORK MARKET.
(By Associated Press.)
New Tork, N. Y, Nov. 16. Money on
Time loans strong; 60 days, 6 per
cent bid; 90 days, 5 06; six months,
Close: Prime mercantile paper, 6
percent Sterling exchange steady,
-with actual business in bankers' bills
at 4.80.90 for 60 day bUls, and at 4.35.96
Commercial bills, 4.80.
Bar silver, 63'.
Mexican dollars, 48.
Government bonds, steady; railroad
The metal market is dull and somi
sal. Copper, firm. Standard spot 1720
bid; Nov. and Dec, 172501750: Jan.,
172501740; Feb, 171501745: Electro
lytic and Lake, 176801787; cast
Tin. easy. Spot and Nov, 50120
6037; Dec, 601205135.
Lead, quiet; 4.50.
Spelter, steady; 7.30.
Just the Other
a customer said to us: "Will you sell me a dia
mod aid a little later on take it back at the
same price on a larger one?" Certainly we
will. You can n that way soon own a diamond
J. F. Daniels, Manager.
have looked to this store for
A new shipment
just received. Greys,
Browns and Blacks
Sold all over the
city for $5 and $6;
Displayed in Vestibule case
Antimony, steady. Cookson's, 1050.
Iron, firm and unchanged.
THE LOCAL MARKET.
Spelter (St Louis quotation) 7.90;
Mexican Money 131 Paso Quotation.
Mexican Pesos (SI Paso buying
Mexican Currency (Hi Paso buying
price) 49 He
Exchange (City of Mexico) 49.63. .
Current Smelter Quotations.
Bar silver, 63.
Copper (wire bars) 17.135.
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 17.05.
Lead (N. Y. sales price) 4.75.
Lead (London) 18, sO, dO.
(Douglas Smelter Quo tail ana,)
Bar silver, 62.67.
Copper (wire bars) 17.11.
NEW YOlti LISTED
(By Associated -Hr&ee.)
Amalgamated .......j 85
American Sugar ....119)t
Atchison .- 107
Great Northern .,..- 137ffc
New York Central .116
Northern Pacific ...124
Southern Pacific , 111
Union Pacific 173
U. & Steel 75
U. a Steel Pfd ...112
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald freao
L. J. Overlook. Blsbee., Ariz.
Arizona Commercial 4
Calumet & Arizona 78
Copper rBange 57
Greene Cananea- 9
Nevada Con 32
North Butte 35
Old Dominion 59
Ray Con 22
Superior & Boston 2
U. a Smelters, common 45
Utah Con 13
Utah Copper 63
(By Special Wire to The Herald frosi
I. J. Overlook. Blsbee. Ariz.
Chemung ........ 6
Chief Con i
Denn-Arisona , 6
Goldfield Con 2
Inspiration Copper 19
Majestic Capper of Utah 45
Mason Valley 12
New Keystone 2
Ohio Copper M 1
Ray Central 2
San Antonio, part paid.. 3
Tonopah ........... 7
ACCUSED OF TItYIA'G TO
BREAK U PTBNT MEETING.
Following an attempt' to break up
the religious services which were in
progress in the gospel tent on Magof
fin avenue, opposite the Toltec club,
on Friday night, Ed Mills and John
Wilson, both soldiers, were arrested by
the police and lodged in the city Jail
on charges of disturbing the peace.
Mills was also docketed on a charge
of carrying a pistol.
Mounted policemen Sid Benson and
Herbert Davis answered the call, which
was turned in at the police station for
the disturbance. The police said that
Benson was 'compelled to knock the
pistol out of Mills's hand before the
latter would submit to arrest.
for livery, saddle horses, baggage wag
ons, heavy hauling, transfer, auto
trucks, hacks or automobiles. Long
well has the service.
Barler Oil Meaters.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St.
Phone 1 for Longwell's auto fast,
safe car. and inexpensive.
This Dresser is made of
solid oak, lias three large
drawers, beveled French
plate mirror, wood knobs,
shaped top and fitted
with good rollers. Special
Uaborette as represented here, made
of oak, Early English finish, put to
gether with screws, jistra OP
special for Monday only OO C
Rai road News
Conductor Akers, of the T. E, is lay
Oscar Darr. engineer on the T. P.. Is
Conductor Sheay, of the T. P- has re
ported, for duty.
U. Lunsdenr eiurine fireman for the
"O. EL, is -laying off.
" Switchman. Wthers, of the T. P.. has
reported for duty.
I. A. Rehl. claim agent for the Santa
Fe lines, is In the city.
R.B. May, switchman on the' Santa,
Fe. has reported for duty.
Fireman' Frank Guy, of the Santa Fe
at Albuquerque, is in the oity.
Switchman Hopkins has charge of the
O. H. house engine for a few nights.
Fred Solomon, formerly a brakeman
on the Southwestern, is in the city
R. B. Byfd, formerly a fireman on
the Iron Mountain at McGee, Ark., is in
C E. Darnell, brakeman on the Z.
H., has returned from a business trip
Brakeman Mowery. of the T. P.. has
reported for duty after being off for
L. L. Parker, brakeman on the T. P
has reported for duty After being eff
for one trip.
E. C. Williams, engineer, and Timothy
nwvw conductor, on the Mexico North
I Western, have arrived In the city by
way ul x&ovit.Mfc.
Conduator Moon, of the T. P., has
been assigned to a regular car between
El Paso and Toyah.
T? ft Pittnn. conductor en the Santa
L Fe coast lines, at Albuquerque, is in the
ciiy, unenums vum l.
Harry Sikes, switchman on the South
western, has reported for duty after
being off for several days.
W. A. Kldd and R. & Thompson,
switchman for the G. H., have been as
signed to the house engine.
Charley Witherspoon. switchman on
the T. P.. has reported for duty after
being off for several days.
A. P. Moore, who has been firing on
passenger between El Paso and Toyah,
is back o the extra board.
Dr. Colbert, chief surgeon ""for the
Santa Fe system, at Albuquerque, is
in the city attending court.
A W. Harrell, trainmaster of the Rio
Grande division of the Santa Fe, at
San Marclal, is in the city.
Conductor Vaughan, on the east end
of the Southwestern, is now braking be
tween El Paso and Carrlzoxo.
A E. Swiber, who has been night yard
master for the G. H.. has been assigned
to night job as engine herder.
Josh Campbell, brakeman on the T
P.. who ihas been laying off to attend
court, has reported for duty.
Frank Oldman and AI Robinson,
brakemen on the G. H., are now work
ing as conductors for a few trips.
Ben Swearlngen. passenger brake
man on the eastern division of the
Southwestern, has reported for duty.
Switchman Stearns, of the Southwest
We Irave just received a car of the best low priced dressers ever brought to El Paso.
These dressers are made right and finished better than any we have ever offered
for the prices here quoted. We do not misrepresent any article we advertise and
you will find these as described
Dresoer eaaetly as siown here, has
two large and two small drawers,
oval Preach plate mirror, made of
clean grained plain oak. A special
next week for rf fl O f
only .... ftPl.DU
104-6-8-10-12 N. Stanton St.
ern, has returned home after a short T
visit to jsj -aso ana Has reportea ior
Engineer Cunningham on the east end
of the South-western, has been assigned
to a local run between El Paso and Car
rixoao. Harry Armstrong, formerly employed
by the G. H. as switchman, is employed
by the government warehouse depart
ment as shipping slerk.
L L. Mabry. engineer on the Mexico
North Westarn, will leave Sunday for
Needles Ca., where he expects to take
a position with We Santa, Fe.
Henry Wltholder, brakeman on the
Southwestern at Tucumcau-L has re
ported for duty, after being off Sev- :
oral days, visiung relatives in H raso.
Jerry Thompson, conductor on the
T. P.. has returned for a short hunting
trip near Force, Tex and has reported
for duty. Brakeman Mason, who re
lieved Mr. Thompson, is now back os
the extra board.
MAKE FOR A CLEAN CITY
USE DUMEST1C COKE
Goes One-third Farther and Costs So
More Than the Best Soft CeaL.
Domestic coke is genuine gas house
coke, made from Swastika lump coal,
after all the gas, smoke, tar, dirt and
soot have been removed at the gas
It is refined coal, still retaining the
heating value, all that really counts,
but without the many disadvantages.
It is a perfectly clean, smokeless fuel,
easy to handle, burns readily, yet holds
a fire for long periods.
It takes 3300 pounds of coal to make
3000 pounds (1 ton) of coke.
Since the bulk and heat units remain
practically the same, you. can readily
see that a ton of coke takes up as. much
space in your bin as a ton and a half
of coal, and will go just as far if you
use it as we direct, hence the actual
money saving in addition to. having a
Domestic coke as it comes from the
retorts is particularly valuable for use'
in furnaces, low pressure steam boilers,
hot water heating systems, or any house
heating appliance where coal has been
Its special advantages are great
economy, lightness and convenience in
handling; cleanliness and freedom from
smoke, soot, dirt and dust.
Its use absolutely does away with all
cleaning of flues and chimneys. There
are no foul gases to go through (he en
tire house no soot or dust to blacken
furniture or curtains; no fuel waste or
sifting of ashes, and the fire can easily
be handled by a woman it the man of
the house is away.
We are anxious to have every cus
tomer get the best results with coke.
For this reason we have special rep
resentatives, thoroughly experienced,
whom we are glad to send without
charge to instruct you or your fireman
how to burn it properly to get all the
results we claim for this wonderful
For sale by
Southwestern FHel Company,
Phone 5S1. Adv.
Let Wright make your old suit new
cleaning, pramlng and dyeing. Phone 343
Wright for fine ta'loring.
W-mm9 ' 'uhmhi i SjBl 111
nuiii'H W hit kosl
PHIjlpRnt 'I r fllr
wcullirr iff Iki k si3I
Chiffonier as repretfeBied here, made
of oak, has wood drawer palls,
square French mirror, five large
drawers. A good roomy Chiff otner,
for the price of only, tf "fl " J C
Princess Dressers of Solid Oak, large
oval or square mirrors, nicely fin
ished, similar to cut Special on sale.
Feather Pillows, in
fancy tick. A great
-value, only, each.. $1.25
HIPPODROafB SKATING RIXK.
At the Hippodrome skating rink skat
ing and instruction is free to women
every morning from 10 to 12; also there
is a special matinee each afternoon
from 2:30 to 5:30 for the fair sex. Ad
mission and skates cost 25c. Adv.
"IK OLD KKSTTJCKY."
Nothing succeeds like success Is par
ticularly exemplified in the case of that
popular drama, "In Old Kentucky," at
the Texas Grand, November 17 and 18
This play, now in the twentieth year
ox Its career, is still in the zenith of its
pVwer as a drawing card. To celebrate
In a fitting manner the termination of
a decade of prosperity for the play, the
present tour will be made noteworthy1.
Some new and novel features have been
added. Seats now selling at $2, $1.50
and $1. Adv.
AT THB CRAWFORD.
Albert Taylor will present The Man
on the Box" for a matinee and night
"Henry E. Dlxey created the role of
Lieut. Robert Warburton in the Man
On the Box,' and the part as played
by Mr. Taylor is Just as good." said a
well known theater goer last night.
The Taylor company does get all
there Is out of this witty play, and
those who miss seeing it will miss a
good hearty laugh.
Were you ever deeply in love wth
a girl and after asking her to marry
you find that she was already your
wife? If you were or if you were not.
see what Mr. Taylor does in a case
like this In "My Father's Son," Sunday
afternoon and night. Adv.
AT THB GRSCIAX.
Come down today or tonight and see
three of the most delightful comedies
ever shown anywhere. Here you'll see
Jretty Mabel Normand, assisted by Fred
race. Mack Sennett and Ford Sterling,
all Real Stars of the old Blograph com
pany, making the best quartet of
comedians now before the camera. And
you'll laugh all over when you see that
Thanhauser comedy, a six-cylnder
elopement. It's just full of sparkling
situations from start to finish. Today
will be the last time. Don't miss this
real treat. Coming Sunday and Monday.
Miss Robinson Crusoe, another Than
hauser two reel feature, as good as
vaudeville, produced by the same man.
Don't you miss tl Cm o.encgmn vgbc
Don't you miss it. Commencing today,
the Grecian will open at 2:30 p. m. and
show continuously until 11 p. m. daily.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 80s Mills St.
Phone 1 for LonKwell's auto
safe car. and inexpensive.
Let Wright make your ld suit new
HieaHfoK.presstaaaad dyeing. Phone 343
HAD SiO LIGHT ON BICYCUB.
Jesus Gonzales was arrested by the
police Friday night on a charge of rid
ing a blind bicycle.
Cm rciaa- Set For Thaalwghrtaic.
Lanrie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St.
Auto For Hire.
Phone Txjngwell for quick service
and modi rate iosl
right for fine tailoring
This Chiffonier is made of
oak in the best styles, has
five roomy drawers with
wood knobs, nice shaped
top with wood back. A
great bargain at our
Wash Stand $5.40
This Waahstaod to match any of
these dressers, made of oak, has two
doors and drawer as shown here. A
special feature of this
sale at only . . .-.
A Beautiful Two Reel
As Geod as Ufldfae, Pro
duced by the Same an
Don't Miss It
Today and Tomorrow
KAR3CBR RAJVCH BOOK-
KRBPER IS ARRKSTKD
J. G. Adams, who was located by the
city detectives at Hope. N. M.. and
brought to El Paso Friday morning by
state ranger C H Webster, charged
here by indictment with forgery, was
at one time a dock Keeper on the T O
ranch on the Mexico side, opposite
Ysleta. Tex. It was stated by the de
tectives that Adams succeeded in se
curing approximately $500 by issuing
Ther3 s art in pressing. Wright.
Bat-galM. Secondhand Ftanes.
Dunn's Music Store. Trust Bldg.
Wright for fine tailoring.
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