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EL PASO HERAJLD
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Special Notices
MRS. LEE, CATERER Phone 5012.
'WANTED Windows to clean. Ph. 728.
91LPHUR BATH and massage for la
dies only 507 N. Stanton. Phone 404.
STOISS REPAIRED and set up. Phone
1 10 G. I
PHONE 2S2C if you wish good clean
rich milk at 10c a quart. Purity Dairy.
J. A- Swegler. Prop. .
SPECIAL NOTICE Before leaving
totvn sell your furniture and clothing
for a good price te the El Paso store,
400 S. El Paso St. Bell 3491; Auto. 2491.
WHEN YOU WANT A STENOGRA
PHER don't wait for anything. There
is no need of it. Just unhook your
p one and call up the Remington of
fice. No charge for our services. Phone
t77.
NOTICE THE AMERICAN NATIONAL
BANK. OF EL PASO, located at EL
PASO in the STATE OF TEXAS, is
closing its affairs. All note holders
and other creditors of the Association
are therefore hereby notified to pre
sent the notes and other claims for
payment . .
J. M. WTATT, Cashier.
Dated at El Paso. Texas. Dec 31. 1912.
Business Chances
BIZ. CHANCE ;Rmg. Ho. Cot Towle.
FOR SALE! A general store in good
location doing -good business. Write
V. 221, Herald. Phone 3945.
RARE CHANCE to get an established
hardware and furniture business.
Hardware, care of Herald.
MIST SELL AT ONCE Printing office-
also home in Highland Park;
terms. P. O. box 249.
RESTAURANT doing big business;
must be sold at once on account of
owner's sickness; sacrifice for quick
sale, make offer. P. O. box 517.
FOR SALE Meat market doing from
525 to $40 per day cash. Will sell on
easy terms to sober, industrious man
at invoice price. 665- S. Stanton.
95000 CASH will buy a sound money
making business that will net -owner
over 46 percent on investment 523
San Antonio St, or phone 770.
FOR SALE Drug stock and fixtures
at great sacrifice for cash; everything
new and in good condition: must sell
at once. Address box 40S, Albuquer
que, N. M.
WASTED- AT ONCE A partner with
$2500 or J3000 to take shares in a
stock farm; good investment: will pay
40 percent interest Fop' particulars
phone 5070.
FOR SALE The best investment In
the city. A cash business netting over
$500 clear profit per month; low rent
good location. Open for inspection;
have to go away on account of other
business. C. X, Herald.
t mVR ttink business ODenlne for
j oung man or woman who can Invest j
5o"UU. can oe maae a. oik uuanicao. un
limited field and absolutely safe. If
im are right sort you will be given
full control of the business. Z. 57,
rare Herald.
Sooms Furnished or Un-
furnished
FURN ISIHJ.D ROOM 726 N. Stanton.
L1RCK FRONT BEDROOM close in.
Phono 3432.
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BEDROQ3I CHEAP Close in. 501
Mesa. Phone 4931.
FOR RENT Furnished front room. 602
Montana. Phone 1492. . Ladies only.
FIRNISHED R003IS for rent Thone
5449. 607 Mesa,
FOR RENT Roams with bath. D.
Francis hotel.
R.
TWO
rent.
NICELY furnished rooms for
1017 & Hill St Phone 23S8.
FOR RENT A sunny front room, usual
conveniences. Phone 3251. 1012 N.'
Kansas.
NICELY' furnished room, connecting
bath, suitable for couple. 604 Mon
tana. Phone 3319.
CLOSE IN Nice large furnished room
with heat for gentlemen only. Phone
1626.
-HY PAY extravagant hotel rates?
The Ramona. 608-610 N. Stanton, home
like economical, sanitary; ample bath
ing facilities. Rates 50c to $1 a aay,
to SB a week. t!2 to S25 a month.
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Too Late to Classify
FOR RENT 1 room house on N. Bl
Paso St. $27.50.
W. L. J5"ollett.
411 Amer. Bank Bldg. Phone-1127.
' RUG BARGAINS.
FOUR DAY' SPECIALS.
S 5.50 rugs for $ 3.58.
$ S.r.O rugs for S 5.5.
$27.50 rugs for $19.50.
$35.00 rugs for $22.50.
$45.00 rugs for $27.50.
Texas Furniture Co.,
406 S. B Paso St Phone 4097.
FOR SALE
At a figure quite a bit below the
market the closest in vacant east
front corner on N. Oregon. A fine
apartment site.
Turner & Davis.
CLASSIFIED ADS. ON
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fiist lean Advertisers h.-,s
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iiestion. Tho figures of circulation
5 contained in the Association's re
t pert only ere guaranteed.
i AssedaBs? f A&eHsa Advertisers
No.
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Too Late to Classify
ACREAGE FOR SALE.
35 acres close to Ft. Bliss and tho
Military school.
The Sntton Realty Co.
309 Rio. Grande Valley Bank Bldg.
Box 1150. Phone 1269.
A GOOD COTTAGE
HOME.
4 rooms, electric lights,
sheds, and all conveni
ences; lot 37x140: small
payment down, balance to
suit This is a pickup.
Co-Operatlve Realty Co
469-410 Amer. Bank Bldg.
BUNGALOW FOR SALE AT A
BARGAIN.
5 room bungalow on the corner of
Bliss and Grama, close to Alta Vista
school and car line; has all of the built
in features and is a little beauty. Own
er leaving town and must sell at once.
The price this week is only $3400.
$850 down, balance $30 per month, in
cluding interest x
McClure Realty Co
202 Texas. Sole Agents.
IF l'OU "WANT
To buy, we have what you
want prices guaranteed.
If you want to sell list
your property with us. We
can sell it You can trade
10 to. 1 where you can't
sell. This is our specialty.
Always sec us."
E. F. Realty Exchange,
209 ::ills Bldg.
' - FOR SALE.
One of the finest corners In Govern
ment Hill, lots 12 to Iff, block 65, cor
ner of Westminster and Jefferson Sts.
$225 each; terms.
Austin & Marr.
Sole Agents.
Phone 4350. 304 San Antonio St
PECOS VALLEY LAND.
S59 acres S miles from Ft
Stockton, right in the Loon '
draw. Fully 600 acres till
able. Balance on ridges:
no Improvements. Land
nearby selling for $50 per
acre. Quick sale gets this
at $11.50 per acre.
Co-Opcratlxe Realty Co.,
Exclusive Rights.
409-410 Amer. Bank Bldg.
Phone 5175.
IRON BEDS TO RENT
By week or month.
Fonts & Zlnkler.
113 N. Stanton.
NEW 8 ROOM HOME
Montana St, on two full
lots. Hot air heat: tile
bath: hardwood floors:
large cement porch. Good
outbuilding. Price $9000.00
on easv terms.
ATTRACTIVE C ROOM
BUNGALOW
on Lee St 1 block from car
line. Nice bath; built in
features. Price cut to
$4675.00; 1-3 cash, balance
to suit
Ramcy Bros.
Real Estate & Insurance.
609 Amer. Bank Bldg.
Phone 4570.
A TYPICAL CALIFORNIA BUNGALOW
Just completed: located on fine ter
raced south front corner- street to h(
:er- i
wived at once. No thin sr like it in the
whole northeast section; hardwood
floors throughout the entire house,
large basement, builtin buffet, colo
nade ana bookcases; has wide rustic
mantel and very expensive electric fix
tures. The price is only $3600: small
cash payment and balance payable
monthly or yearly.
Anittn & Marr,
Sole Agents.
Phone 4350. 304 San Antonio St
CO-OPERATIVE REALTY
COMPANY
Has calls for the follow
ing: Ranch, 5000 acres.
New Mexico; 2 good cot
tage homes: must be well
located and priced right
Party will pay $200 cash,
balance monthly.
, Good apartment house
wanted for San Antonio
home. Will pay some dif
ference. 100 acres suitable for
subdivision.
Co-Opcratlve Rcnlty Co.
409-410 Amer. Bank Bldgi
A DAIRY FOR SALE.
A large firstclass money making
dairy complete in every respect; cheap
and good terms.
The Sutton Realty Co.
309 Rio Grande Valley Bank Bldg.
Box 1150. Phone 1209.
ONE OF THE BEST
Rooming houses in city:
(has 18 rooms, all nicely
furnished; hot air heat; 2
2 bath rooms; sleeping
perches: rents for $100 per
month and lease can be re
newed. jOwner leaving city
and has priced the above
at a bargain. For further
particulars see
Ramey Bros.
6th Floor, Amer. Bank
Bldg. Phone 4570.
T?nrt SALE.
j Owner has reduced price on this fine
! 5 room house from $4250 to $3450, as he
j must have money at once. It is lo
1 cated opposite Mundy Park, is on 2
full lots, basement under entire house.
s an income property it will pay S3o
1 er month rent
Vutin & Marr,
Sole zrentn.
iU 'nc 1
3u4 San Antonio St '
' Too Late to Classify
FOR EXCHANGE.
We have added an exchange depart-
.... ... .. W T l.. II.. AV- t
change men who can exchange your I
l property for you. Ask lor tne .cx-
cnange aepartment
Cassldy & Adams.
FOR SALE.
T.OCATIOX INCOMPARABLE.
Unobstructed view, 2 east front lots, j
a dandy new 7 room house; was built")
for a home: modern and uptodate: lo- J
i cated in Sunset Heights. Owner leav- j
ing city. will sell rignt. or cunsiuer i
San Antonio property in exchange.
S3250 MUNBY AVE.
6 rooms and basement, lot 50x120.
SaOfl cash. hal. S50 ner month.
$5200, Upson 6 room modern, good I
terms. i
FOR SALE
ON TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER.
We can postively give you one of the
best snaps in a bungalow that is to be
had fn tYifa nllv lnmitArl in AltlirA
addition. 5 lots, (rooms, very modern.
OilCtldl DIICC LVL b ICW UAJ' . .JC5 u-?
ror particulars.
Cassldy fc Adams.
FOR SALE; ANY REASONABLE .
TBRMS ACCEPTED.
A very pretty 5 room bungalow,
basement, uptodate and modern in
every way: 7 minutes from postofflcel
In a neighborhood surrounded by pret
ty homes. Price $5000.
Cassldy t Adams.
FOR SALE NEW BUNGALOW.
A 5 room bungalow, interior arrange
ment very nice; has all the builtin fea
tures, furnace heat southeast corner
on Rio Grande.
Cassldy & Ailnms.
211 Mills St Phone 920.
"WE BUILD AND SELL HOMES
And will build to suit you on your
lots or ours: easv terms If desired.
Mayflcld Realty Co.
Home Builders.
OWNER HAS LEFT TOWN
And has authorized us to cut the price
of his beautiful 5 room bungalow to
$5500. This home is an uptodate dwell
ing, having beamed ceilings, paneled
dining room, pass pantry, large kitch
en, basement and heating plant and is
close in; south front
Mayflcld Realty Co.
7.1 FT. APARTMENT HOUSE SITE.
Close in and very desirable. Only
$4500.
Mayficlfl Realty Co.
"5 R003I BUNGALOW.
South front on Rio Grande St; lot
39x120 feet This lovely home has Just
been completed and has hardwood
floors, bookcases, buffet kitchen cabi
net brick mantel, screened rear porch
across the entire house and cement
porch in front: all the walls are tastily
tinted, back yard fenced, handsome
electric flxutres. Price $3500; easy
terms:
Mayfleld Realty Co.
We build and sell more homes than
any other firm or corporation in the
city.
SO BUILDING SITES.
We own 50 building sites and will
build you a home on any one of them:
easy terms if desired. Prices as low
as consistent with good work.
Mayfield Realty Co.
LOT BARGAIN LOT.
$660 buys 4 south front lots in block
46, East El Paso. Worth more money.
j. . iiciarmao, zzw JS1I1K 2r,
MIST BE SOLD.
Jew modern 6 room bungalow, all
builtin features, hardwood floors,
pebble dash: Mundy Heights. Priced
below cost: terms.
D. G. Hclneman, 200 Mills St.
HIGHLAND PARK BARGAIN.
5 lots, northeast corner, block IS. on
car line. Price $1350.
D. G. Heincmaa, 200 Mills St.
EAST EL PASO HOUSE.
Modern 4 room red pressed brick,
south front 2 full lots. , block from
new school. Price $2775: terms.
D. G. Hclneman, 200 Mills St.
MUNDY AVE. BARGAIN.
Modern 5 room house, south front
street paved. Price reduced to $4200;
good terms.
D. G. Heineman, 200 MHIi St.
TULAROSA ST.
iSk n-e.w bungalow, strictly modern;
$2850; $400 down.
Bishop & Creel.
Phones 5075-4677. 421 Mesa.
UPSON AVE.
6 R. modern home; $5250: $1000 down.
riishop & Creel,
Phones 5075-4677. 421 Mesa.
NEVADA ST.
2 full lots. 4 R. house; close In: $2700.
Bishop & Creel,
Phones 5075-4677. I 421 Mesa.
BOULEVARD.
5 room modern home: $3750; $750 down.
Bishop & Creel.
Phones 5075-4677. 421 Mesa.
NEW 4 ROOM BUNGALOW,
Modern: has all builtin features,
screened porch, etc: located close to
car line in East El Paso. Price $2950.
Terms easy. "V
W. F. Payne.
I MR. SPECULATOR.
Mere is a cnance to aouoie your
money in 3 vears. 14 room house close
In on W. Missouri St. on lot 50x120:
nays big revenue. Price $12,000, $3000
icash, balance easy.
vt . " . l-aync.
Loans. Insurance.
401 Mesa Ave. Phone 1250.
THE ONLY FIRM in El Paso that gives
their entire attention to city real es
tate. We have the largest list
Haivkias Bros.
"Homes Our Specialty."
SOLD.
J
PSRIWC?"
IF YOU CANT SELL TOUR HOME
Hawkins Bros. can.
4 ROOM BRICK and basement, $3300.
$300 down will handle It
Hnvfkins Bros.
City Real Estate Specialists.
IN GOLDEN HILL Sew bungalow,
rooms, modern. Cut to $4200.
HawkixtH Bros.
City Real Estate Specialists.
CnEAP LAND.
240 ACRES
Near Toyahville. Tex in
the artesian water belt:
only short distance from
good flowing well. We can
offer for a short time onlv
at $4 per acre. $2 honus,
$2 to the state. Tiis is a
pickup.
Co-Operatlve Realty Cc
409-410 Amer. Bank Bldg.
BLISS ST. '
3 lots In block 119, block of car
line; -perfectly level. $1350 buys the 3,
1-3 cash.
Austin &. Marr,
SO,eA3uC4nsan Antonio St'
Phone 4350.
THREE LOTS
On northeast corner of Tularosa St for .
S10.R. i-s Mh. halannn 1 and 2 years. I
This is the cheapest corner to be had
on this street
Aiin fjlt"'
Phone 4350 304 San Antonio St I
RRTVnn'R I.KXSI3S
:I? an art that takes vears to master.
io grind a lens absolutely penect it
not only takes t,ime but perfect mate
rial and the finest and most accurate
machinery. I have the only machinery
for lens grinding in .the state. I have
had 30 years experience In this work.
I can grind toorder any lens that can
be worn for dffectlve eyesight
Geo. I). Kendall,
"508 Mesa Ave.
The Only Lens Factory.
HOMES, MEYR L 1MAR SCHOOL.
5 rooms on corner Boulevard, cheap
est buy in city, $4000
5 rooms Ired j.rt ssed brick, south
front Rio drani'e St $4600
5 roo.ii ..la T,r, q a liri K hardwood
floors tl oiij;ti ! or. K. Bmii ard.
15
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Toblu Heal Estate Trust Co,
Do Tou Meanest Yon-Say?
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Too Late to Classify
MISSION LIISIORY TABLES
To exchange for any kind of furni
ture. PMone 1106.
Foutis t ZInkler.
FOR EXCH.VNGE.
Two beautiful aottage
houses in town of Uvalde,
only one block from court
house: extra large ground.
Will trade for valley farm
or other property in or
near El Paso.
Ce-Opcrnlive Realty Co.,
409-410 Amer. Bank Bldg.
Phone 5175.
BLISS ST. BARGAINS.
2 south front lots in second block.
$525 each; terms.
Austin & Marr,
Sole Agents.
Phone 4350. SOlan Antonio St
RUGS AND LINOLEUM
To exchange for 2d hand goods.
Foutz .t Zinklcr.
10 ROOM APARTMENT HOUSE, 7300..f
South front: convenient to business.
Quick action is necessary to obtain this
bargain: terms.
Tobln Rcsl Estate Trust Co.
ONE MILLION ACRE
RANCn AT 30c.
For a limited time only
we can offer 1,000.000
acres at the extremely low
figure of 50c per acre.
This tract Is well improved
and boasts of a $70,000
ranch headquarters. Water
is well distributed.
Co-Operatlve Realty Co.
400-410 Amer. Nat Bank.
MISSION ROCKERS,
Upholstered, cheap, or to exchange
for other goods.
Fcatz Zlnkler.
Phone HOG.
17 ACRES J1ELOW YSLETA.
All cleared and with ditches and
borders in. Price $1750 or will trade
for city real estate.
Jay F. Knox,
209 Mills St Phone S43.
tiJtti
IT WILL PAY' YOU
To see Fonts & Zlnkler before selling
or buying. Phone 1166. 113 N. Stan
tou St
4 ROOM-GOTTAGE.-2130
Commerce St; good
4 room brick and good
hath, including 2 lots.
Nos. 32 ana 33. block C.
Bassett's Add. Prlco $2400:
easy terms. $208 cash.
$30 per month.
Co-Opcrativc Realty Co.,
409-410 Amer. Bank Bldg.
Phone 5175.
S
4 ROOM BUNGALOW,
East El Paso: east froht Price $2300.
$250 cash, balance same as rent
Austin & Marr,
Sole Agents.
Phone 4350. 304 San Antonio St
320 ACRES UPPER VALLEY
TO TRADE FOR CITY PROPERTY.
Main ditch runs through land, is one
half mile from station and does not
overflow.
Jay F. Knox,
209 Mills St Phone S43.
TWO REPUBLICS INVESTMENT CO.
411 Trust Building.
WTE HAVE FOR SALE.
Oae Ranch, southern New Mexico,
finely improved, with 350 head cattle
and 175 head horses and mules: fine
stock. Ranch will carry 1500 cattle.
One Ranch, southern New Mexico;
will carry 1500 head cattle; fine loca
tion. One Ranch, near Alamogordo- -will
carry 1000 head cattle.
Sanitarium near Alamogordo, 160
acres patented land, $5000 improve
ments. Price $2500.
WANTED A few shares of Rio
Grande bank stock. Will pay slight
advance above market value. Address
P. O. box 115.
WHO WANTS 2 LOTS under the mar
ket direct from owner? Am leaving
the city. Call 416 Myrtle. Phone 2115.
BOY WANTED One who can milk pre
ferred. Greenberg. Phone 2016.
FRONT furnished rooms; reasonable.
2309 Myrtle, on Park car line. Phone
2197.
CHINESE COOK WANTED 515 Mesa.
Call mornings.
FOR SALE A well established clean
ing and pressing shop. Low price for
quick sale. Phone 1332 X or call 606
San Antonio St.
WANTED Woman for general house
work. 1104 Nevada.
ROOM. BOARD Close In. 209 Upson.
MOTORCYCLE for sale Modern, cheap
for cash. T. M. Johnson, care of K.. Z.
& M., or phone 3835.
Highland Park. Phone 4 015.
Sf41,'1:?-The,,best drink on earth.
Stimulating and not Intoxicating A
guaranteed cure for rheumatism, stom
ach and kidney diseases. Sold at drink
stands or call at No. 13 Comercio St.
near park. Juarez, Mex.
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
rooms, furnished, over Bryan Bros!
store. Inquire at Bryan Bros.
FOR SALE 2 automobiles 4 and 6
months old. Apply Paul Juge. 206
Kansas St. '
ffiefJI ELL'S. Pno lessons.
t rllfV . , v,mT-x.
monograms ' Phone 153
"ra""- 1 none la.i,
Gold bnads and
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZ7LE.
Upside down, between two. '
2KP MAN with-$5M"nTse7ylceI.
State proposition when writing. Ad-
- I
j dress R R s.. care Herald.
BOY WANTED with wheel; good warn
for right kind of boy. Highland Drug
store.
FIRMSHKD ROOM close in. for gen
tleman only. Phone 44, or apply even
ings, 711 N. Santa Fe.
Lodge Notices
EL PASO i.onnr: no. inn. a. f .c- -,
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd '
- - - v - aa .is. ;
, " cuia-Buua ui tui iiiunin.
iv. w. tjvans, w. m.
f E. Gillett. Secretary.
Masonic Relief Board. 106 Mesa Ave
ir" 1 1 a n to 'I m.
I L. R . rW G ACDEMY at
e B. ha'' ' c'al danc" every
fejfL
ejn -! iy an J Saturday evenings.
Too Lato to Classify i
ROOM AND BOARD 615 N. Florence.
WANTED TO RENT A pair of large
mules by the month. Phone 2900.
W VNTED AT ONCE Stone masons on
,.;,,-1 imnse at Fort Stockton, Texas:
8 or 10 weeks work. Telegraph answer
giving address. Falls City Construe- j
ticm Co. i
SELL RT PICTURES Big demand. 32
beauty poses, lOc; 20 art postcards. 10c.
Taylor Bros.. 2233 Clifton Ave.. Chi
cago. FOR RENT 2 room flat $8. 410 Pied
ras. Dr. Weeks, 711 Texas. Phone
1840.
T.nn ii.RR7iellsh dcbcII Dure Indian
Runner ducks: trio $5. Dr. Weeks. 711
I Texas. Phone 1840.
,...., k.
I urn uk.ti meiiauuv lun.. .
I rooms, single and double; hot air heat.
hot water at all times. 712 N. Stan-
ton Phone 104G.
ALESJIAN wants position with od , d more stable cndiuonspre
dry goods or clothing firm in or out of j tyd,fhe snort side decreased
city: age 35, married: best of refer- . ei''f, traders were still timid, and
ence's and a worker. Write 10, care
I Herald
FOR REM-Room with sleeping porch
for gentlemen. Phone 15S7.
iw . ,". .- .
FOR
SALE Vendor notes to the
it of $800, running 3 years. On
amount
new residence in El raso: worm 4.ira.
No other incumbrance. W ill not pay
any commission, but will pay for ex-
amining title. Address 109. care Herald.
T. : . . .
SJOIC5 S,,nqn , eKJ -C XT -ii
$250. B. Sisco. Columbus. N M.
WILL LEASE new 2 storv Iiouse cheap.
1512 Wyoming. Phone 10S-'.
FOR SALE 2 horse farm wagon cheap.
Phone 5321.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment 2
rooms, kitchenet, private bath. Eve
lyn Apts., Putman and Mundy.
NICELY' furnished rooms with board
If desired. 219 Lawton. Phone 5017.
ONE NICE light housekeeping room
for rent 1200 Magoffin. Phone 5272.
WANTED Some one with a little cap
ital to assist me in introducing a good
patented article. For particulars ad
dress Patentee, room 4, 310 Texas St.
EI Paso. Texas. Phone 3043.
WANTED Housekeeuer or clrl for
general housework: family or 2: must
have satisfactory references. Write A.
102. Herald.
for sal:
in niKumau r-iixji, near
car line, 4 room brick house and sleep-
ins Dorch. all fenced: grass and trees;
chicken house and yard. Only $1250;
terms. Phone 2465.
FOR S4LE Two new brass bedsteads:
were bought wholesale: worth $17, -will
tale $12 apiece. 310 W. Missouri.
HOUSE WANTED that can be moved.
Must be cheap. Address "Mover," care
Herald.
CHEAP LOTS WANTED In Altura and
Orand View. Address 101, care Herald.
FOR RENT 2 good unfurnished rooms,
large sleeping porch. 710 Tfoble.
RIO GRANDE ST. LOTS for sale cheap
by owner. lots 12 and 13, block 93.
Bassett Phone 3513.
SHORT LONS 202 Texas St
WANTED Firstclass soda dispenser,
small place: married man preferred.
Address V. M Herald.
FOR SALE Frcah 4 gal. Jersey and
Holstein cow. C years old, $100. See
cow 2540 Boulevard.
AMUSEHSNTS.
ANNO UN CEMENT.
Get your tickets early for "The City."
a guaranteed $2 attraction for $1.50.
Manager Fogg desires to impress upon
the public that "The City- is a first
class play in every way, so do not Judge
the attraction by the price. Friday
and, Saturday nights the entire lower
floor is $L50, and the balcony 75c and
50c; Saturday nprrtfnee, lower floor, $1.00,
and 75c and 50c in the balcony. Adv.
CRAWFORD ATTENDANCE
RECORD BREAKING
All amusement roads seem to lead to
the Crawford since the opening of the
Glass company. While "The Lion and
the Mouse" is not new to local play
goers, its rendition is unquestionably
pleasing, and a great play bargain at
the small prices. Tonight and Friday
night and the great American play will
likely never be seen in El Paso again.
Advertisement
NEW PLAY SATIHDAY MATINEE
On Saturday afternoon the Glass
combination will appear in Jessie Mae
Hall's great novelty. "The Cutest Girl
in Town." which manager Glass pre
dicts will be one of the greatest play
surprises of the season. There will be
no raise in prices; just IP and 20 cents;
nights, 25 and 35 cents. Advertisement
EL PASO THEATER.
"The City will play here Friday and
Saturday nights, with a matinee Sat
urday. The prices are: Night entire
lower floor, $1.50; balcony, $1 and 75c;
matinee, $1 entire lower floor, and 75c
and 50c in the balcony.
These prices are lower than those
charged for any top-notch show this
season and should draw capacuy
houses, so get your tickets early. Seats
now on sale at Ryan's. Adv.
AT TUB EL PASO.
That funny Scotch comedy hit,
"Bunty Pulls the Strings," will be seen
at the El Paso theater January 20,
matinee and night ""-The seat sale
starts Saturday morning at Ryan's.
The prices are $2, $1.50j'and $1. night;
matinee, $1.50, $1 and 75c. Adv.
1UPPODROME SKATING RINK.
Come tonight to see "Rube- AVhite
learn to skate at the Hippodrome; it
is to laugh. Do not forget the big
masquerade carnival next Monday
night, when the best trick skater m
America, "Dare Devil" Frank, gives
his initial week's performance. There
will be a big three-mile raeeSaturday
night between Harvey Hagian, star
skater of El Paso, and Delheart Slim,
for the championship of the southwest.
Advertisement
BL PASO COMPANY FAILS
TO GET PHeENIX PAVING
Phoenix. Ariz.. Jan. 16. For $65,079.42.
th Bnrhpr Asohalt Paving company '
secured the contract to pave Central j
avenue, the principal north and south j
thoroughfare of Phoenix, for nine
blocks. The new pavement is to extend
m Manru street the present north-
m limit of the city's pavement almost !
to Culver. The Texas fsicuiunic com-
nnv r JTB Paso, bid $66,079.13.
Work is to start within 15 days. In
all probability a row of ornamental
ii-ht ataniturtls will be placed" in the
center of the street as far out as the
paving goes. ,
The Cement Workers' Concrete com
mnr was sriven the contract for layin?
a concrete sidewalk on the north side or j
i!nlt street between Central ave- '
nue and Seventh street, seven blocks.
The bid was $1208.60.
V. S. ATTORNEYS DISCUSS
DISPOSITION OF McMANIGAI.
Washington, D. C Jan. 16. Cnarles
W Miller. United StaUs attorney at
Indianapolis, late today conteried with
attorney general' Wicker3ham and
assistant attorney general Uarr, re
garding the recent dynamite conspir
acy trials.
Mr. Miller took up witn the attorney
general the disposition of Ortie E. Mc
Manlgal. the confessed dynamiter, who
was brought to lndian-i-olis from Los
Angeles as a wit'ies:, in the federal
trial and the question of nferrir.g testi
mony taken at Ind.-. apolis to Mate
nnr nn, itie-, .11 Aut. ..
authoiitioi ur suca an 'on as tney
might de-ire to take.
HEARS FIRST CASE.
Ballard ColCw ell. as countv judge, sat
on his fust a-.e Wcdnc-da afttinoon,
' I-, n it'i II - and. a i "rul be
1, i 1 m i ,' a i i t of (,i.,iuib -ic tho
ii Tl ' ' ' 7 tht def. nuunt
, ..r 1 i . t ui i urt
UPWARD TREND
SHOWS 11 STQC!
Nervousness Disappears on
New York Exchange and
Gains Are Recorded.
. NOTE All Market news on S
thftriT reflects closing sale
. r " ".- "J- ;:i . ku ho e
prices umw ""'" "i" . X
speciliea; on inursuaj, -a
j -V ary i. -
,cm--
, flew lorjt, ii. i .. """7.
nesa which threw the stock market
into disorder in the early days of the
i olu uiaurucr ui n o..- j - -- --
,. a a mrnMV.i, tuc
I week seemed to have disappeared to-
but bull traders were still timid, ana
hurinAM f.,11 AWftV tO Small DrOPOr-
iim Ti.-lt'thp nnssinf. for the time
; being, at least of hurried liquldaUoru
more consideration was given to xa ,
i ,,n.nutA i,iu)B,lvln(r faptnra such as the'
j prosperity of the steel t-ade and the
plethora of money. , .
While there was some renewal oi
i weakness at isolated points, the trend
j wa8 upward and, at noon, prices
showed a good proportion of advances.
RnnAi wcn steady.
; -Telephone stocks moved counter to
j "i current American fell to
' 1334. making the week's decline six
ooinis. uiner siocm were .. "-
; i.. .u.m thn tno lvitr rfio lnininMi n. '
hat from the best, but maintained a '
generally strong tone.
Curtailment from active speculation
threw the market into dullness and
confined fluctuations to small frac- ,
tions. Firmness was maintained in
spite of renewed liquidation in Cana
dian issues.
The market closed steady. Bear OP- !
erators took advantage of the late j
speculation to offer prices down ab- !
ruptly. The wnoie lisi weni oil
snarpiy.
Toward tho close there was some Im -
proieoKfii again anu trauma mcani?)
listless on the rally.
MONEY AND METALS
NEW YORK MAP.ICBT.
(By Associated Press.)
New York, N". Y.. Jan. IS. Money on
call steady, 2H02
i uj .i-. o.
4X3M
-JLlt ...... Kr-..
percent (
commercial bins. 48fe7
Bar silver, 63 &.
Mexican dollars. 49.
Copper, unsettled; standard spot
1650 bid: Electrolytic. 16C201675: Lake,
168761712: casting. 1S80.
Tin, easy: spot 50900510.
Lead, easy; 4250435.
Spelter, steady: 7259740.
Antimony dull; Cookson's 97501000.
Iron, quiet: No. 1 Northern, 1S5O0
1900: No. 2 Northern. 13OO01S5O; No.
1 Southern. 1S25019OO.
St. JoHb Lend and Spelter.
St Louis, Mo., Jan. 1C Lead, firm;
Spelter, jiveak; 715.
THE LOCAL MARKET.
31exlcau Money KI Paso Quotation.
Mexican .pesos JCEl Paso buying
oriee) 46c.
Mexican currency fEl Paso buying
ir-el 4914c.
Exchange (City of Mexico) 49.64.
El Paso Smelter Quotations.
(CorrM-ted Daily.)
Bar silver, 63.
Copper (wire bars) 17.40.
Copper Cathode (cts per lb.) 17.32!.
Lead (N. Y. sales oricel 4.S5.
Lead (London) 16, sl5, dO.
Weekly Averages.
(Dousl-s -Sreelter Quotations.)
Bar silver. 62.58.
Copper (wire bars) 17.42.
WSW YOKE LISTED
STOCKS
(By Associated Press.)
Amalgamated 42
oUHr . Ut9 vSt
Atchison ............. 104
Northern Pacific ................ 118H
Reading 1S3
Southern Pacific .....105
Union Pacific 15734
Steel Pfd Bid 109
30ST0F LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J. Overlook. Bisbee. Ariz.)
Arizona Commercial 3
Calumet & Arisena 65
Chino Copper 43
Copper Range 48H
GIroux 3H
Greens., Cananea S3
Helvetia 75
Nevada Con 18
North Butte 31
Old Dominion v. 4914
Ray Con , 19
Shannon ..... 11
Superior & Boston .............
Trinity
2
4
U. S. Smelters, common 42
Utah Con 10
Utah Copper 5iii
. TmLISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
Xj. J. Ovarlock. Bisbee. Arte.)
Cactus 7
Chief Con 1
Denn-Arizona 7
Goldfleld Con 2
Inspiration Copper 16
Majestic Copper of Utah 43
Mason Valley ................... 8
New Keystone .. 1
Ohio Copper IV,
Ray Central 2&
San Antonio, part paid 3
Shattuck 26
Tonopah 6
Summit 11
PAMS LEADS IN" VOTE
FOR PRESIDENCY OF FRANCE
Paris, France, Jan. 12. The third
ballot taken today at the joint cau
cus of the membersof the various par
ties, forming the majorities in the
French senate and chamber of depu
ties, to nominate a candidate for the
presidency of the repuolic. gave Jules
Pams. minister of agriculture, 313
votes; premier Poincare. 309; Felix
Ribot 2; The Phile del Casse. 2, and
Paul dee Chanel. L
M Pma in this trail! larttrorl 0 mo
ority'by one vote and the result is
taken to inaicate how close :he con
test will be at tho Versailles congress
tomorrow, when the president will be
eleeted.
The action of the joint caucus is
not binding.
MAN CI! HIKED W 1TII LIBELLING
KING IS BARRED FROM U. S.
ashington. I. C. Jan. 16. Edward
F. Mylius. the journalist detained at
New lorl:. was ordered deported today
by secretary Nasrel of the department
of commerce on the ground that in li
belling king George V. of England, he
had committed a crime involving moral
turpitude.
SECOND RKFRIKVK IS GR VNTED
T1COXPKHAED GUNMEN
Richmond, a., Jan. lu. 1 10 j ani
Claude Allen, the two Hillsvilie gun
men, sentenced to die tomoi'ow .or
their part in the Carroll tourtnouse
murders last March, wru -i .
prieved today by governor Mann who
n creed to kMr t,... TTr . "'
faVor or,0commuatreTh repVie '
tnds March 7. i
AREAS BELOW SE V LE EL.
exc
vCcaf VSerSmV.?
area
level
!. T-l. ,..1 - ' ..VUIIIK IU ,
ii: " oiaics geological survey I
the lowest point is in Death Vallev"
California, ;76 feet k,lowlV&!
, , '
but this is a slih ,if ,,,..: ' .
pared to the basin oi th- u,." ,Y ,':,
Palestine. Asia, when th, i.... ..'.,.'
land po:"t is lilt) feet jelo-n, eY K' , I '
In Afr.ea the louest poiri is in ti
uese.t oi t-anara. ahoiu 150 f. -t beio,.
sea Uv.l
Itii r thu sn v. . .. .
is not b. low sea leei. although "un
il recently the irreater nan t ,. --
1
I supposed to be. In Europe the lowost
i'"" J' i: !.r: knov -i l ,,., th-
't
t 1
i 1 i 1 Tn :i l
' n' ii ' T il ( T
h 1 ,u s- a Hvwl.
f 1 ,
il at .
WHEAT BULLIES
FHOM SLIBHTD1P
Market Is Nervous, but'Tone
Is Generally Firm With
the Advance Aboad.
! . Chicago. 111.. Jan. in. wneai actea
nervous the first hour of trading to-
ilav. but tne tone was Mnerauj una
on an mdvance in Liverpool. May
! pened a shade to H to c down at
3- to 4c. declined to 4 ionu
land recovered to ?5Kc. Tbe dip was
' largely due to prom taKing.
May closed ic down at 94
n Dr,Vate report that the fall
to 94..
.. .. a..i. ,, a ., ..
nv-ivaT. rrnnn inai Lne laii ui .iun-
. - j , imminent being the chief iu-
lluence.
Mav corn opened lfc to c lower at
-.i m -, drnnriMi on Drofit tak-
,- to jjijp anaf recovered to Cic.
., f? t... .1. . ,kA nAvlna .Ia.o
8r .i.j ., sc n xl !,.,
a 53 to 52c. '
M opened a shade to fe to ,c
. ,.K . i ,n,.AuAi - t -. ..
nd advanced to Cc. '
Provisions were active and firm with
hos iIa pork opened 5 to 10c up to
t ,3g 6- to- 28.0, May lard 2 to ".c
' t ,, 9ti, to .10 06. and May rlbg
K to c higher, at $10.00 to $9.97.
"
Grain and Provisions
Chicago Grsln. Close.
'"Iieat
May
July
Sept
91V91
91
S9
52 52
sty,
58
l Corn
May
July
Sept
O.-.ts
May
34
34 H
34 ii
Clow.
July
Sept
j Chicago Provisions.
; Pork
j jan ... $18.32
Mav ................ la.oo
Ijud
Jan $ 9.87
My l.e 9 9.97
ZlUts
Jan $ 9.SS
May 10.00 10.02
Kansas City Grain. Close.
Wheat
May i. S9
July 84 84
Cora
May 51
Oats
May 35
LrvrisTOCK
Kansas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City. Mo, Jan. 16. Cattle
Rects. 3500. Including 300 southerns;
market steady. Native steers, $6.7 i Id
S.50: southern steers, $6.0007 40;
southern cows and heifers, SS.T'ff 0 2".
native cows and heifers. $3.75(f87T5;
stockers and feeders. $5.7567 73. bui
$3.0006.50: calves. $6.50010.25. west
ern steers, $6.00S.OO: western cows.
$3.7506.50.
Hogs Rects. 10,000; market strong to
5c higher: bulk of sales, $7.1007 ?o,
heavy. '$7.2507.25: packers and butch
ers. $7.1507.30: light $7.0007.20. p:gs,
fO.2507.00.
Sheep Rects. 700: market -weak.
Muttons. $4.5006.00: lambs, S7.5nfr
9.00: range wethers and yearlings, $5.00
08.00.
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago. 111.. Jan. 16. Cattle Rects.
5500: market weak at Wednesdav"s
close. Beeves. $5.8009.00: Texas
t steers. $4.7005.70; western steers. $3
07.50; stockers and feeders, $4.80
.60; cows and heifers, $2.75!7 4'1.
calves. $7.00010.50.
Hogs Rects. 24,000: market slow.
steady, to 5c higher than Wednesda s
average. Light, $7 2007.45: mixed.
$7.20 0 7.47: heavy. $7.00 T '
rough. $7.0007.15, pigs, $6.8507:
bulk. $7.3007.45.
Sheep Rects. 15.000: market dull and
weak at Wednesday's average Natiie
$4.7506.15: western. S4 7506.15. ear
lings. S6.3O0S.25- lambs native, S j
09.00; western, $6.S59.00.
WOOL
St. Louis Wool. Close.
St Louis. Mo, Jan. 16. Wool sten 'v
Territory and western medium'. 2' fi
25; fine mediums, 13020: fine, 13 17.
GOTTON
New Y'orlc Cotton. Close.
New York. N. Y- Jan. 16. Cotton
Spot closed quiet Middling uplands.
290: middling gulf, 1315. Sales, 22'.0
bales.
FABMEES FOSCED TO
FLEE BEFORE FLOOD
Evansville. Ind.. Jan. 16. The Omo
; river hourly is flooding more territory
, and forcing farmers to flee from th!r
nomes to towns, many of which are
feeling the effects of the overflow
Provisions are being dletribut -1 from
the city hall, where mayor Hjilman
and other officials are directing the re
lief work. Skiffs and launches tt:s
tributed food and fuel to water bojnd
homes, in Oakdale.
Fear of looting in sections where
houses have been abandoned has caused
the police to patrol the district in
boats.
At New Albany 1000 persons are
homeless, but the city is able to care
for them.
Provision Made for nomeless.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Jan. 16. A steady
rain caused the slowly receding Obi?
to come to a standstill anl repDris
of a general rain throughout the
southern part led to predictions that
another rise is inevi's "ore.
Mayor Hunt will sign a J2).000 bend
issue to provide for the homeless.
TH OOUSTS.
STH COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS.
J. R. Harrcr, J. K. HcKcazic and E. F.
HiSKiav. Justices.
Affirmed Branch T. Mastcrson vs.
J. O. Ross, et aL, from Harris. Solan
ft Billings vs. Henry Pasche, from
Harris.
41ST DISTRICT ,COURT.
A. M. Walthall. Presiding.
McBride vs. Loomis. trespass to try
title suit; on trial.
WTH DISTRICT COJL.RT.
Judge A. M. Walthall, Presiding.
Cae ettJags..
Monda;. . Jauaarj J.. 1913.
597 Vivian Ybarro. abduction.
5aS7 Leandro Cruz and Magdeleno
More, theft over $50
5870 Carlos Vega, burglary.
5S71 Carlos Vsa, burglary.
5S72 Carlos Vega, theft OTer $30.
58S6 X. Moud thett over $50.
Tasday. Januars 21 1913.
ES95 Ambrosio de Santos and Jesus
Anadaco. assault to murj, r.
Jfr'To ne es Molina, robbery by as
sault. r.S3 Wm. Howell, burglary
580 Walte- Sands, burglary.
CO I NT Y COIRT.
Ballard Coldwcll. Presiding.
Antonio iiernanaes. cnaigeu wun u-
tUrb'"S th pe: """ 9l "Bd ""
,.,. . ,,,-
E. . -KcCtfnteck, Presiding.
t Ro's. C. P. Pitman ana i -
th robbei y WKB use -1
m?3 "&?
g trial continued un
lay morning.
, M,
J. J. Marnhr. Pzesidteg.
Jake Miller charged witu exceeoing
ilit- aurni 'luiji. iintu -TJ nu .'.
,kn .... ...j i...... ,. er ...1 Aa,
Fernando Chavez charged with dis-
uirbinc the pldLe fired $i and costs.
II Mfin.il- iu-s. 1 vth exeeeu-
1
"" tne srciu lira ir
iVni 1'u i ;i He
r 1 $
and costs.
u s. sequeS
- j. aintlff.
t-ation
j dir--i nt
J. Cliah,., ;.. v..U.,c the Calls ier
repartment S.ore con an . and Mf
I Calishei I ft foi the otrrn nuA -t,da
.i I orihn. a ice rr, - !
. 1 1 1 ' , .i '.i.."a. i . I 'i x
rli d ' . :luu. n i ' '
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