Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'El Paso herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1901-1931, November 19, 1912, Page 3, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of North Texas; Denton, TX
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, November 19, 1912
STOCKS SIC WITH
Peace Prospects in Balkans
Cause Rally and Gains
New York, X. X., Nov. 19. Selling
aiders for fairly large amount were
xecuted in the important stocks In the
arly dealings in Wall street today
and the whole market sagged, wltn
ironounced weakness in certain issues.
.-tei. Reading and Canadian Pacific
bore the brunt of the selling. Ameri-
n Brake Shoe fell eight points and
wiiious other sjecialties front one to
ah the leceipt of news from abroad
tliat prospects ior the ending f the
Hi'kan war were brighter the market
t hi red and by noon the favorite stocks
had risen to a level with yesterday's
1 -c or abo c
tionds were steady.
loslated points of weakness cropped
ut after midda, including North
v stern, but the general market ranged
h shei with the local tractions in de
Koom operators were not inclined to
iu much in the latter part of the day
id the market in consequence made
' w changes of importance. Scattered
J midation affected a few minor stocks
i ut the general list held up well.
The market closed easy. Persistent
-. iling of various inactive stocks gave
i I- impression that liquidation was
" ing forced in some quarters. This
. eory possibly had something to do
;ih the perceptible easier tone of the
i aiket in the final dealings when
standard stocks mmenced to shade
MSW YORK MA11KKT.
(By Associated Press.)
New York, N. Y.. Nov. IS. Money
',i call firm, 46 percent; ruling
iatp, 51, closing bid, 4; offered at
Time loans, easier. 60 days, 6 per
niit, 90 days, 5 percent; six months,
Close: Prime mercantile paper, S
percent; sterling exchange heavy, with
tr-tual business in bankers' bills at
) S0.80 for 60 day bills, and at 4.85 for
demand. , ,
Commercial bills, 4.80.
Bar silver, 62.
-vleiican dollars, 48.
Government bonds, steady; railroad
Copper, firm; Standard spot to Jan.,
17L'0ai750: Feb.. 1710S17SA: Electro
lytic Lake, 176261787; casting. 1726
Tin. easy;Spot, Nov. and Dec, 4962
I5.1000; Dec, 4962.4987.
Lead, easy; 4.55 bid.
Spelter, steady, 7. 40 7. 60.
Antimony, steady. Cookson's. 105.
Tron, steady and unchanged.
Sale of Sample Hats $3.50
Values From $Z.50 to $10.00
YESTERDAY'S express brought us
300 handsome Hats which our
New York office purchased at far less'
than regular prices.
Words fail to express the beauty of
these. styles or to convey any impres
sion of the wonderful values. It is
doubtful if there has ever been such
beautiful Hats sold at the price these
have been marked. You really MUST
They are all in the smartest, newest ef
fects. Plush, Velvet, Pur and Pelt
shapes, including the popular Tam
O'Shanter. All the wanted shades,
black and white. They are handsome
ly trimmed in wings, flowers, ribbons,
fancy feathers, fur and ostrich fads.
Hats that should sell at $7.50 to $10.00,
offered while they last at
Choice of All
Children 's Hats
A Fourth Off
Choice of All
THE LOCAL MARKET.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) 7.30; i
Mexican Money ttl Paso Quotation. 1
Mexican Pesos (El Paso buying
Mexican Currency (El Paso buyin,
Exchange (City of Mexico) 49.62.
Current Stfaelter Quotations.
Bar silver. 62.
Copper (wire bars) 17.36.
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 17.225.
Lead (N. Y. sales price) 4.75.
Lead (London) 18, s2, dC.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar sliver, 62.62.
Copper (wire bars) 17.27.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
I NEW YOEK LISTED
I (By Associated Press.)
Sugar ...'. 120U
Atchison 107 t
Great Northern 138h
New York Central 114
Northern Pacific 124
Southern Pacific Ill
Union Pacific 171
United States Steel. '. 74
United States Steel, pfd. 111
"-THE SATISFACTORY sogT?
. A Large
shipment of new Fall Button Boots
Women, $3.50 and $4.00
"Velooze; and Cravenette,
"Whipcord" and Calf, Black or
Tan, and Patents, Guns and Rus
sias, in the regular patterns.
Two Best Lasts
THE a high toe, extremely short
"CASJNO ' ' vamp and high arched.
' THE short vamp and wide toe,
NOR WOOD ' 3 heavy rope stitched soles.
The two best fitting
lasts ever built,
and the quality is
ED W. FEW.
221 San Antonio St.
Economy Basement Sale"
continues to draw large crowds of buyers because we've
priced the goods so ridiculously low that you can't
afford to miss it.
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald
L. J. Overloek. Blsbee. Ariz.
Calumet & Arizona
Copper Range ..;...
Greene Cananea .................
Superior & Boston
Chino Copper .
U. S. Smelters, common
(By Special Wire to The Herald
L. J. Overlook. Bisbee. Ariz.
Majestic Copper of Utah
Mason Valley ....................
San Antonio, part paid
Weather Continues Favor
able for Heavy Receipts
in the Northwest.
Chicago, I1L, Nov. 19. Cables, which
proved disappointing- to the bulls, grave
the -wheat market today a lower swing-.
Favorable weather for continued big
receipts northwest counted also on the
bear side. Later, however, the market
rallied on account of reports that the
Argentine harvest outlook had become
less promising. Trading at the out
set was to c net off. May started
at 91 to 91c a drop of to c
and rallied to 92 to 92 c.
The close was weak, with May 1
to lc lower, at 90 to 90c.
May corn opened unchanged to c
lower at 47 to 47 c, but reacted to
The close was nervous with May at
47 to 47 c, a net loss of a shade.
May oats, which started the same as
last night at 32c rose to 32c
Provisions responded to steadiness in
the hog market. The first prices were
unchanged to 2 to fie higher, with
January ?1S.97 for pork, S10.S2 to
316.85 for lard, and $10.20 to SIG.22
Grain and Provisions
HEAVY DEMAND CONTINUES FOR
DOMESTIC -WOOL AT BOSTON.
Boston, Mass Nov. 19. A continua
tion of the steady demand for domes
tic wool, with prices well maintained,
The sales cover a wide range, al
though territory stock, especially in
original bags, is leading as usual. A
fair trade prevails in nearby fleeces,
notably in medium grades.
Territory wools, both in original
bags and grades are selling readily,
and in the latter some good sized trans
fers of Utah medium fine and fine
medium at 21 cents are reported.
The offerings of Texas wool have
been fairly large, with 12 months sell
ing at 22 cents. California wool is also
in liberal demand and choice northern
brings 62 cents clean.
Chicago Grain. Close.
St. Louis Wool.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 19. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums, 21
25; fine mediums, 1S20; fine, 13 17.
ON OVERLAND LOTS
Bought for $190 a front foot Sat
urday, the greater part of the Fraternal
Brotherhood building site, on the cor
ner of South Oregon and Overland
streets has been resold at an increase of
from $100 to 3200 a foot over the
price paid last week.
The entire 120 feet front on Overland
street, extending back 112 feet and
containing 13440 square feet, was sold
Saturday by Mrs. B. F. Hammett to a
syndicate headed by J. M. Wyatt as
trustee and including C. A. Kinne and
J. J. "Watts for $120,000 or $8.93 a square
Monday a deal was arranged be
tween the purchasers and Ralph Talpis
for the sale of 50 feet on the Overland
street corner, extending back 112 feet
for $60,000 or $16.71 a square foot L
Goodman also negotiated for the sale
of 27 feet on the corner of the alley
on Overland street for $29,700, or $9.81
a square foot. There remains 43 feet
frontage on Overland street, which is
being held for $1100 a front foot,
although an offer of $950 a front foot
has already been made.
Chicago Provisions. Close,
Kansas City Grain.
FIRST TRAIN OVER NEW
ROAD TO TUCSON TONIGHT
Tonight the first train over the El
Paso & Southwestern road for Tucson
will leave the union station at 7:30
p. m. KG. Mustain. traveling freierht
I and passenger agent, and Florian B.
"j6, aujjeriuwjiHiein ul uie western
division, will make the trip. Richard
Warren, general ae-ent of the com-
J pany, will meet; the train at Tucson.
.Beginning Jan l, tnrougrh service
will be commenced, but the Golden
State limited will not run through to
California over this line until next
B. L. Birkholz has been appointed
general agent of the Southwestern in
New- Ynr citv and will assume tin
Kansas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 19. Cattle
Recta, 15,000. including 1000 southerns;
market steady. Native steers, $6.5u(.
10.85; southern steers, $4.25 7.25
southern cows and heifers. $3.5005.50;
native cows and heifers, $3.507.00;
Blockers and feeders, $4.757.50; bulls
$4.0005.76; calves, $5.5009.50; western
steers, $5.0008.50; western cows, $3.50
Hogs Rects. 20,000; market steady.
Bulk of sales, $7.5007.75; heavy, $7.70
07.80; packers and butchers, $7.60
7.75; light, $7.4007.65; pigs, $6.50 6.85.
Sheep Rects. 1000; mutton steady.
Lambs, $6.0007.50; range wethers and
yearlings, $4.00&0; range ewes, $3.00
Chicago Livestock. GIosc.
Chicago, m., Nov. 19. Cattle Rects.
7500; market steady. Beeves, $5,300
10.65; Texas steers, $4.3005.60; west
ern steers, $5.5009.00; stockers and
feeders, $4.1007.10; cows and heifers,
$2.7507.40; calves, $6.50010.25.
Hogs Rects. 23,000; market strong.
Light, $7.3507.80; mixed, $7.4007.90;
heavy. $7.3507.90; rough, $7.3507.55;
pigs, $5.1005.25; bulk of sales, $5,650
Sheep Rects. 35,000; market steady.
Native, $3.5004.60; western. $3.75&
4.50; yearlings. $4.7506.00; lambs, na
tive, $5.5007.75; western, $5.6007.50.
New York Cotton.
New York, N. Y Nov. 19. Cotton
Spot closed .steady. Middling uplands,
1240: middling gulf. 1265. Sales, 2600
Galwston. Tex., Nov. 19 Cotton-High-r,
This Mid-Season Sale Presents the Greatest Values In
Silks W Wool Dress Goods
We Have Ever Been Able to Offer In November
OME Silk aiid Dress Goods Sales are merely offer
ings of what's JNJiiVV. Tins event, However, is ail
this and much more. The newness is here ALL
that's new. But, above all else, this is a SALE link
ing the under-the-usual prices with better-than-the-usual
qualities. Long ago, when making our regular
purchases for the season we arranged with a well
known silk house to take their surplus of certain lines
at a big discount. These goods have arrived and, to
gether with thousands of yards of Silks and Dress
Goods from our regular stocks, are offered to you now
at savings that are phenomenal. Every yard is new;,
fresh and desirable, and our guarantee for? satisfaction
goes with every purchase. Don't miss this chance to
EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 1
65c Silks at 29c
A Mr lot of fancy messaline
and dress silks in a splendid
range of colors and desigBS,
every piece of which is worth
65c a yard. Mid-Season Sale
of this fabric at, a OQr
(Limit 1 dress pattern to customer)
EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 2
$1.50 Suitings 89c
Full 54 inch woolen suitings ia
many beautiful novelty mix
tures and plate fabrics. Every
piece in the lot worth 1M a
yard ia a regular "way- While
the lot taste in the Mid-Swsoa
Sale, tt goes at, a 9c
EXTRA SPECIAL MO. 3
Wool Challies 49c
Over one hundred designs of
beautiful all wopl French Chal
lies, so mueh in demand for
dreseeg, kimonos, waists and
gaeques. A fabric that will
launder handsomely. This is a
runihr 7Jw value that is of
fered in the Mid-Season Sale J
only ...... ...
The Black Silks
$1.00 36 ineh guaranteed black taf
$1.00 36 ineh soft black messaline. .67c
36 inch heavy black satin Francaise $1.65
".2.50 36 ifjehWck ehiffon Faille. .$1.85
$1.25 36 ineh guaranteed peau de soie 85c
$1.75 36 inch double faced peau de
$L50 36 inch heavy black messaline $1.15
36 inch Cheney's black wash taffeta $1.35
$3.00 36 inch heavy all silk serge. .$2.69
$1.50 36 inch heavy black moire... $1.1 5
36 inch TuJtedo guaranteed taffeta. .89c
36 inch all silk serge for tailored dresses
$1.50 36 inch guaranteed chiffon taf
$2.00 36 ineh heavy corded coat silks
22 inch heavy Bengalines for trim
22 inch Armour mourniag silks 89c
22 inch Gros Gram silks for 89c
27 inch all silk messaline for ,..69c
24 ineh all silk messaline for 49c
20 inch chiffon Faille at a yard 89c
22 inch heavy black peau de soie 89c
36 inch heavy satin duchess $1.35
44 inch black crepe meteor $2.75
20 inch chiffon Faille, a yard 89c
50c black China silk, yard 39c
TAFFETA Full yard
wide, guaranteed yarn
dyed. A splendid
value at $1.00 yard.
Mid-Season Sale only
ALL SILK MESSA
' LINE 34 inches wide
quality ia a hundred
shades to choose from.
Mid-Season Sale, a
12 inches wide, in
a full range of street
and evening shades. A
handsome, soft drapy
quality worth $2.00
sale, a vard,
The White Silks
22 ineh all silk Btengrtme, yard. . -.$1.39
24 ineh white Bengaline, yard 89c
36 inch white Messaline 89c
36 inch white satin Francaise $1.85
20 inch chiffon Faille, a yard. 89c
23 inch all silk messaline.. 49c
37 ineh all sQk metesline 69c
$3.06 42 inch erepe meteor, yard.. $2.75
$2.80 42 inch satin eharmeuae $1.39
$3.00 36 ineh heavy white brocaded
36 ineh heavy quality messalines 95c
27 ineh beautiful finish jneseahaes. .89c
24 ineh messalines in 100 shades 49c
$1.00 27 ineh heavy French messaline 89c
22 ineh satin Francaise $1.15
36 ineh satin Francaise in a beautiful
quality, in all the desired shadings, $1.86.
The New Coatings
54 ineh black and white bearskin. .$29
$5 00 54 inch black plush $4.15
$5.00 54 inch Hack astraehan $4.15
54 ineh white and red astraehan. .$229
24 inch plush In all shades $1.98
Extraordinary Values in Dress Goods
$12.50 5 yard pattern of exclusive imported woolen
novelties, for $7.95
$15.00 5 yard patterns for only -.-. $9.95
$18.00 5 yard patterns for only $11.95
$20.00 5 yard patterns for only $13.95
$25.00 and $30.00 5 yard patterns for only $16.95
$3.00 54 inch heavy novelty coatings $1.98
Values to 75c at 45c Yard
36 inch all wool albatross
36 inch all wool nunsveiling
All wool French serge, yard
All wool storm serge, yard
65c 40 inch novelty stripe serge
65c 40 ineh whipcords, yard
36 inch all wool Henrietta
75c 50 ineh navy and Mack Panama
40 inch Scotch plaids, yard
75c 44 ineh novelty mixed suitings
65c all wool French flannels
65e novelty striped mohairs
Black and white shepherd checks
Values to $1.75 at $1.35 Yard
54 inch heavy coating eheviot
54 ineh novelty zibelines
54 inch storm serges
54 inch whipcords
54 inch eream serges
54 inch Bedford cord
54 inch diagonal suitings
54 inch two tone whipcords
54 inch Vigereaux suitings
54 inch shepherd checks
54 inch herringbone suiting
42 ineh Lansdown suiting
42 inch silk warp Henrietta
54 ineh heavy mixed suiting
54 ineh fancy cheviots
Values to $1.50 at 89c Yard
44 ineh diagonal suitings
44 inch all wool Henrietta
48 ineh French serges, street shades IOUT
44 ineh novelty Vhjereaux suiting
50 ineh navy and white hairline serge Choice
59 ineh Mack and white hairline serge
45 ineh French poplins
42 inch imported Scotch plaids
44 ineh novelty skirtings
44 inch mohair in all colors
44 ineh all wool Panamas
44 inch bouele mixtures, yard
44 inch novelty zibelines
54 inch eream serge, $1.25 value
$1.56 54 inch black basket weave
$1.50 54 ineh novelty mixed Baiting
$L56 54 inch basket weave suiting
Values to $2.25 at $1.79 Yard
54 inch -French serge
inch heavy suittne serges
ineh novelty Bedford cord
inch white whipcords.
inch heavy cheviots
inch hairline suitings
54 ineh boocle Mixtures . V
54 ineh ehinchilla novelties
54 inch heavy tailoring serges
54 inch diagonal suitings
54 inch ratine suitings
54 ineh heavy costings
54 inch novelty cheviots
Lining Satins, Dress Silks and Chiffons
S1.00 36 inch Beldings' guaranteed stin lining . .89c
$1.50 36 inch Skinner's lining satin $1.29
36 inch all silk lining, yard t-- $1-39
24 inch all color satin li!in.;yk 45c
DRESS SILKS AND CHIFFONS
$3'.00 42 inch crepe meteor, all colors $2.75
42 Ineh crepe meteor, beautiful quality $1.89
$2.00 42 inch satin charmeuse, yard $1.39
$3.00 42 inch brocaded charmeuse, yard $2.75
$4.50 44 inch brocaded charmeuse, yard $4.05
$3 JO 44 inch brocaded charmeuse, yard $3.15
44 inch heavy ehiffon cloth, yard 89c
$1 JO 44 inch Madame Butterfly chiffon cloth. . .$1,35
44 inch creped ehiffon, all eolors $1.15
$2.00 44 inch embroidered ehiffon, party shades. .$1.79
$1.00 chiffon faille in street shades 89c
$1.00 Premier chiffon taffeta, soft quality. .-.ji. 36c
27 inch China silk ia all colors ...... 39c
$2.00 45 inch crepe de chine, all colors $1.36
$1.25 27 inch fancy chiffon taffeta 39c
$L25 27 inch fancy silk messalines 39c
$1.00 26 inch fancy taffetas and mescalines 59c
36 inch Cheney's heavy wash taffeta $1 .35
$2.50 36 inch reversible tailored silk suitings, ia
plain and two-tone effects $2.19
30 ineh eorded silk suiting, yard $1.59
$2.00 25 inch uncut velvet cord suitings $1.79
25 inch Pompadour messaline, yard 96c
$1.50 24 ineh Dolly Varden chiffon taffeta.... $1.35
75c Cheney's kimono silks (50 designs) 49c
$1.00 27 inch all silk serge, street colors 39c
7 ineh silk mulls, plain and dotted 22c
75c 20 inch all silk messalines, yard 43c
Velours, Velvets and Corduroys
$5.00 45 inch chiffon vekxirs, street and reception
$4.00 36 ineh broeaded velvet coating in black.. $3 .59
$4.00 45 ineh ehiffon velour, a yard $3.59
Visit our Dressmaking Depart
ment under the direction of Mrs.
J. B. Cass. Fifth Floor, Little
$5.00 45 ineh velour in black .- S44K
$1.00 24 inch costume velvet, yard S9c
$1.00 20 inch Paon velvet, yard ."93c
27 inch whip corduroy, all shades .- 99c
15c percaline in all eokwa .12 1-2c
20c spun glass, all colors ....18c
20c sateen ia all colors 18c
25c sateen in all colors 22c
35c sateen in all colors . . 32c