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V. M. B. 132
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T. 44 B. M. '
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I hereby aanouaee myself as a oan
didate for. mayor of El Paso at the
lotmpg election, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries, and so
licit the support of my friends ami the
public. C E. Kelly.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for treasurer of El Paso at the
coming election, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries, and so
li' it the support of my friends and the
public Lamar Davis.
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Rooms Furnished or Un
furnished FLRNISHBD ROOM 720 N. Stanton.'
SMALL front bedroom for rent, reas
onable, close in. Phone 4365.
FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished front
rooms. 1028 Texas.
Ft RNISHED steam heated rooms. 712
ONE FRONT ROOM, furnished or un
furnished. 1106 Wyoming. Phone 3183.
NICE SUNNY front rooms with kltch
tn. 904 X. Oregon.
FOR KENT Room with sleeping porch
for gentleman. Phone 15S..
FOR RENT Rooms with bath.
FOR RENT Steam heated rooms.
CICELY furnished rooms for gentle
men only. 714 N. Campbell. Phone
FURNISHED ROOM close jn for gen
tleman only. Phone 44 or apply even
ings. 711 N. Santa Fe.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, private family; housekeeping
privileges: reasonable, lllgv Hutton St
FOR RENT Nicely furnished sleeping
rooms, $10 for one. $12 for two, per
month. 917 N. El Paso. Phone 2412.
FAYETTE ROOMS, 213 Mills St. one
block from P. O. 50c 75c. $1.00 per
iay: $2.00 and up weekly.
FOR RENT Manzana and Pledras, 2
unfurnished rooms, $S. 404 TaVs St. S
rooms for colored people, $.50. Dr.
Weeks. 711 Texas St
WHY PAY extravagant hotel rates?
The Ramona. (08-610 N. Stanton, home
like economical, sanitary; ample bath
ing facilities. Rates 50c to $1 a day,
S2 to $6 a week. $12 to 25 a month.
For Kent Housekeeping
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms. 406
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS close in. 501
Mesa. Phone 481. '
LIGHT housekeeping room, sleeping
porch. 1018 Myrtle.
TWO housekeeping rooms, phone and
running water. 1116 San Antonio.
FOR RENT Nice large rooms for
housekeeping. 2107 Myrtle.
TWO housekeeping rooms. 319 East
HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping
moderate rates. 512 Myrtle.
TWO LIGHT housekeeping rooms .and
porch for rent 910 N. .Kansas.
For Sent Furnished Apart
ments, Houses, Etc.
FOR RENT 1 room cottage, furnished -
or unfurnished. 710 N. Oregon St I
hub .s.-.i rurjiMtnea cottage. Jtiign- ,
land Park: modern throughout: $35.00
montn. x-none iis.
FOR RENT S room furnished flat to
parties who will buy my furniture.
Booms and Beard
ROOM, BOARD Close In. 209 Upson.
ROOM. BOARD 615 N. Florence St
ROOM and table board with private
family, reasonable. Phone 3252.
BOARD AND ROOM Housekeeping
apartments. 1100 Texas. Phone 750.
BOARD AND ROOMS, strictly flrst
class Mfff C. F. Leary. 417 N. Kl Paso.
FOR RENT Furnished room, private
family; board if desired. 312 Wyom-
FOR RENT 4 room house. $15 month.
Apply 1180 First St
FOR RENT CHEAP Space for dreesZ
maker. 500 Mesa. .
FOR RENT Modern unfurnished steam
heated apartment Te Virginia.' Phone
FOR RENT Music studio, 2 rooms.
Apply at El Paso Piano Co., corner
ATvrtle and Campbell. i
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For Sale Furniture
FOR SALE Contents of S room house;
house for rent: steam heat: modern:
'close in; rooms occupied by business
men. G. M., Herald.
FOR SALE New furniture in a 5 room
cottage. 2 apartments for housekeep
ing; cheap for cash. 1007 Mundy or
, Too Late to Classify
Upholstered, cheap, or to exchange
for other goods.
Foutz & Zlnkler.
FOR SALE 4 cylinder 1909 model
Cadillac automobile; close price for
Bnchoz-Schnster Co. Phone 777.
WANT TO SELL
If you want to sell or
trade your house, lots or
valley land list with us.
Real Estate nnd Insurance.
103 Mesa Ave. Phone 471.
BARGAINS IN GOOD LOTS.
FOR SALE BY THEFOWXBR.
Buy direct and save the agent's
commission. I need the money and
4 lots on Rio Grande St., pavement
signed for. Mayfield will build 95
bungalows all around them this, year.
2 lots in Bishop & Clark's subdivis
ion, right where Austin & Marr are
grading and paving. This side of Gov
ernment Hill; high, fine valley view.
5 lets. Government Hill: close to
Alt a Vista school; fine for chlcken-t
rancn or 3 building sites. ?looo.
Part cash, balance easy, on all or
any of them. If you mean business
ana Know a bargain, write P. O. box
675. and I'll show them to you.
1 5 ROOM BUNGALOW'.
! South front on Rio Grande St: lot
.9x120 feet This lovely home has just
been completed and has hardwood
floor bookcases buffet kitchen Sbi- ! f 5500V T?ia holne is an uptodate dwell
SS? hriSlb lSS?J5?hSR.h1?.B beamed ceilings, panele,
.net brick, mantel, screened rear Dorch
'across the entire house and cement
.porch lrt jront: all the walls are tastily
I tinted, back yard fenced, handsome
Mayfield Realty Co.
We build and sell more homes than
any other firm or corporation In the
city. ON THE MESA.
One block on the mesa,
beautiful view. For quick
sale $4000: joining block
held at $6000. Owner must
Brnaddus t I.e Bnron,
Real Estate and Insurance.
American Bang Bldg.
FOR SALE NEW BUNGALOW.
A 5 room bungalow. Interior arrange
ment very nice; has all the builtin. fea-
lures, luraace neat, soutneasi corner i
on Rio Grande.
" Cassidy & Adnms. I
211 Mills St - Phone 929. ;
We own 58 building sites and will J
ouua you a nome on any one of them:
easy terms If desired. Prices as low
ae consistent -with good work.
Mayfield Realty Co.-
WANTED A FURNISHED
Strictly modern home;
must have 4 rooms, fur
nished, good location and
excellent neighborhood. We
have party who will lease
such a cottage on long
Co-Operatlve Realty Cc
409-410 Amer. Bank Bldg.
I am grinding to order those famous
Kryptok Lenses. Ground from one
piece of glass, yet giving perfect near
and far vision. No dividing line, no
patched lenses. Just one piece of glass
with two sights perfectly blended into
one. A pleasure to wear. Ground to
order in your home city.
Geo. D. Kendall. 20S Mesn Ave, '
Makes Glasses Ttlp-hf
The Only Lens Factory in El Paso.
FT. APARTMENT HOUSE SITE.
Close in and verv tlaslraiiio
S13SO BUYS 5 LOTS northeast corner.
block 78. Highland Park.
D. G. Helneman. 200 31111s St.
THIS ROOMING HOUSE,
14 rooms, hall and bath,
on N. Oregon St: finest
location In the city- ele
gantly furnished, reason
able rental. Price $1500. ,
Co-Opcrntlve Realty Co
409-410 Amer. Bank Bldg.
MISSION LIBRARY TABLES
To exchange for any kind of furni
ture. Phone 1106.
Fqwtr. & Zinkler.
WE BUILD AND SELL HOMES
And will build to suit you' on your
lots or ours: easy terms if desired.
Mayfield Realty. Co.
4 -ROOM COTTAGE
On X. El Paso St. for $3250; easy terms.
H. M. Maple.
, 307 Mills Bldg. Phone 227.
BLISS ST. HOME, 6 room modern
brick, lot 75x140. A bargain at $4009.
D. G. Helneman. 200 Mills St.
Over 16 years of age to learn the
optical business- must be mechanically
inclined and willing to do all kinds of
Geo. D. Kendall, 20S Mesn.
Too Late to Classify
I BEAUTIFUL S ROOM II03IE IX MUN-
2 story red pressed brick; has hard
wood floors, massive fireplace in liv
ing room builtin buffet in dining room,
double screened porch in rear, large
uaacuieiii wiia neating plant; aosoiute
; ly complete in every detail. Price
$50Q; terms easy.
W. I'. Pa lie.
5 ROOM COTTAGE.
1000 block on Arizona St. Price
$3300. Don't fail to investigate this
W. F. Payne.
0 ROOM HOUSE.
Modern, on let 100x140: located in the
increasing value district of East El
Paso. Price $2600. This is the best
bargain ever offered In East El Paso.
W. F. Payne.
THE IDEAL COUNTRY PLACE.
A big revenue producer. 52 acres S
miles below "RI Pnsft T iviiiTitv rnarl
am acres in iruit trees, balance in vine-
yard, truck rarflpn nnrt alfalfa- lavo-
rd. truck carden and alfalfa: larc-e
L house and outbuildings. This 'is the
H' paying proposition in the valley.
Price $30,000. will take residence in
HI Paso as part payment.
W. F. Payne.
Bonds and Insurance.
Angelus Hotel Building. Phone 1250.
815 MONTHLY and $100 down will buy
4 room brick with bath, near car line;
Have You Seen Them Yet?
A FIRM THAT DOES THINGS is the
Place to find the bargains. The owners
know where to list it.
Specialists in City Property.
4 ROOM RED PRESSSD BRICK, $1600.
OWNER NEEDS MONEY and will sell
5 room red pressed brick with base
ment, for only $3000. If you don't get
it some one else will.
"Homes Our Specialty."
4 ROOM FRAME ON 4 LOTS in Orch-
ara .t-arK, 51500: easy payments.
5 ROOM MODERN BRICK COTTAGE,
WYOMING ST., $3C73.
This is one of the most attractive
on this street and our terms are easy.
Lone Star Land Co.
8 ROOM 2 STORY HOUSE, MUNDY
HEIGHTS, FOR TRADE.
Will take valley land, either up or
down the river. See us.
Lone Star Land Co.
4 ROOM COTTAGE. EAST EL PASO,
This is a modern red brick and our
terms are $100 cash, balance $20 per
Lone Star Land Co. '
310 American Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT 5 room brick, 604 Lee St,
$21 per month.
Rio Grande Realty Co.
American Bank Bldg.. 2d Floor.
HAVE ROOMING HOUSE CUSTOMER
For a good pronosition. close in.
Tobln Real Estate Trust Co,
For any and everything.
E. P. Realty Exchange.
209 Mills Bldg. Phone 1S62.
IRON BEDS TO RENT
By. week or month.
113 N. Stanton.
43 FEET IMPROVED on Stanton St,
D. G. Helneman, 200 Mills St.
TWO LOTS WANTED
AS FIRST PAYMENT ON HOUSE.
Three houses of 5 rooms each and
"E?L9 ,? s romis each, on any one of
SiClL tyI, cneaP l?ts at right price
will be taken as first paytaent bal- I
Jar F. Kddt.
209 Mills St Phone S43.
OWNER HAS LEFT TOWN
And has authorized us to cut the price
ii nis oeautuui j room Dungatow to
dining room, pass pantry, large kitch
en, basement and heating plant and Is
close in: south front
Mayfield Realty Co.
12 ROOM ROOMING
8 blocks from transfer sta
tion and 1 block from car
line; 3 bath rooms; all
rooms completely fur
nished and now occupied;
rents for $75 per month,
long lease. Can give pos
session at once.
ONE OF THE BEST
Rooming houses in city;
has IS rooms, all nicely
furnished; hot air heat;
2 bath rooms, sleeping
porches: renfs for $100 per
month and lease can be re
newed. Owner leaving city
and has priced the above
at a bargain.
On car line and only five
blocks from center of
town. All rooms complete
ly furnished and occupied;
large transient trade; rents
for $S5 per month for 9
months in the year and $75
per month for 3 months in
the year; 3 year lease. Net
income of $150 monthly.
6th Floor Amer. Bank Bldg.
40 acres in cultivation close to Canu
tlllo, for quick sale $90 per acre. $1000
cash, balance to suit
H. M. Maple.
807 Mills Bldg. Phone 227.
RUGS AND LINOIEim
5 To exchange for 2d hand goods.
1'omi cc ainKier.
$100 AVILL NOT BUY
THIS 10 R003I HOUSE,
But $7500 will. Pressed brick, 2 baths,
stairways front and rear, 2 double
porches, basement, stable; south front;
in best residence district: terms.
Tobln Real Estate Trust Co.
ONE MILLION ACRE
RANCH AT 50c.
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-Opcratlve Realty Co.
409-410 Amer. Nat Bank.
?150 DOWN. S25 PER MONTH,
, INCLUDING INTEREST.
Modern 5 room brick, on Mills St
Jay F. Knox.
209 Mills St Phone 843.
IT WILL FAY YOU
To see Fontz & Zlnkler before selling
or buying. Phone 1106. 113 N. Stan
Flat 3 rooms, private bath, steam
heat $40. Five 4 room flats, uhfur..
20 each. 9 room steam heated housed
Bishop & Creel.
Phones 5075-4677. 421 Me:
A good apartment house site o:
j corner of Mesa and Wyoming St
5 room house on Ange St, between
Montana and Rio Grande Sts.. tfr $3950.
. W. L. Follett. I
411 Amer. Bank Bldg. Phdne n7.
I.-RSS THAN RENT, f
Modern 8 room double hoiA,e which
could rent for $40 per mo-n ' price
Sl.'Oe- only J300 down and!,, month,
lncludirg mtfret Like RRi'n"- it awav.
jay r. ivn
209 Mills St ' Phone 813.
Do You Mean "What ou sy :
mstmafi KOTft ko Df? TW ft!f&
Too Late to Classify
HERE YOU ARE,
A 6 room bungalow, practically new,
for $4500; large living rdom across
front, all builtin features; polished
floors; south front: close In. In city's
best residence district. $500 down, bal
Toliln Real Estate Trnwt Co.
In town of Ysleta at $300 per acre; easy
E. P. Realty Exchange.
209 Mills Bldg. Phone 1862.
Can get bargains in slightly used iron
New and 2d Hand Furniture Dealers.
113 J. Stanton. Phone 1106.
1716 Montana, 5 room modern bun
galow in fine condition, $35 month.
Austin & Marr.
304 San Antonio St Phone 4330.
"WANTED White or colored woman
cook; family 2 adults, child and nurse.
Address Capt. Tillman, Fort Bayard,
I MUST HAVE A LITTLE MONEY
QUICK and will sacrifice the best in
vestment In East El Paso. 14 north
front lots, $225 each and right on the
Fort Bliss car line: 2-3 cash, balance
any terms. Address Cheap, care Herald.
FOR SALE CHEAP Phaeton In good
condition. L. J. Weler, Val Verde Add.,
N. of county road.
FOR SALE 2 room brick house with
&lAninop nnrrli tpnt linns nnrt ohllrn
houses; on 2 lots in Grand View. $1350.
$175 and $25 per month. Phone 1444 X.
FOR SALE 2 lots worth $600 for $500,
In Grand View. Phone 1J44 X.
TWO NICK housekeeDlntr rooms. S20
j no sick, no children. 615 N. Oregon St
FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 south front
corner lots on Gold St. Highland Park,
one block from car line, -will be sold
cheap: owner going away. Address M.
311. care of Herald.
FOR SALE 2d hand continuous con
crete mixer: gasoline motor power;
guaranteed good condition. A bargain.
Santa Fe Fuel Co.
FOR SALE One S year old mare, work
single or double: one 2 farm wagon
with sheet and bows, one new set of
wagon harness. Call 609 N. Florence.
ROnn DECKER PIANO for sale In
! good tune. $70 cash. Sll N. Virginia.
-v ANTED To RENT House of 3 to C
rooms with barn for 2 horses and
wagon: permanent tenant Foutz &
FOR SALE 2 corner lots on Estrella
and Madero St, Bast El Paso; nice 3
room adobe house, big barn for horse
and room for feed. $1000 $550 cash.
balance 3 months. Call 413 Estrella St.
AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS For '
sale. No. 2 A folding kodak, almost
new; pictures 3x3 inches with
book of instructions, solution trays and
printing paper; ova.1 cut out form with
revolving trimmer: cheap, for cash.
ovrop caxu iu nQiiauu unmar. iioj
WANTED Porter, morning work. J.
F. Primm & Co., 101 San Antonio St
FOR SALE Red Jersey cow cheap, 2
neat bedrooms for rent; walking dis
tance. Phone 4365.
CHEAP LOTS Easy terms, southeast
corner block 87, East, Bl Paso; high
ground and level: -2 blocks from Alta
Vista school; sewer, gas and water in
alley. $500 for the 2: $135 cash, bal
ance $20 per month. 4 northeast cor
ner lots, block 3, Government Hill: 2
blocks from Alta Vista school. $925
takes the 4, $285 cash, balance $160per
year. Buy from owner and save com
mission. Phone 3440.
FOR RENT 50 acres fine rich soil 3
miles down county road; 30 acres in
cultivation. Address P. O. box 910.
FURNITURE of 3 room cottage reason
able to right parties. Phone 754 X.
NICELY furnished front room for rent
924 Magoffin. Phone 4725 X.
WANTED A smart colored girl or an
American -for housework and washing.
FOrVrent 3 room apartment fur
nished: private bath. 720 Mundy Ave.
FOR SALE Rolltop desk and chair;
cost $80, used 4 months. Phone 2677.
KlTCnEN RANGE, gas range, heating
stoves, window shades, coal and wood,
Jan. 31. 1207 N. Kansas. Phone 1420.
FOR RENT Well ventilated sunny
rooms. 615 N. El Paso St.
APPLES Genuine Genitan apples, $1.75
and $2 per box. delivered. Phone 4972.
FOR SALE Span small mules. A big
Dargain it sold at once. Phone 4972.
WANTED Capital to procure a patent
on men's new wearing apparel. Ad
dress F. B Herald office.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE.
Right side down, above chair.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS stored, crated,
forwarded: Insure'd; best facilities,
lowest rates. El Paso Storage AVnre-
hon.se Co. Ph. 2166. 218 S. Stanton St
TWO NEWLY furnished attic rooms for
light housekeeping: running water In
kitchen; no children. Call 1107 N.
FURNITURE of a 12 room house for
sale: splendid location for roomers and
boarders. Will take lots in exchange,
or if agreeable arrangements can be
made will take part of selling price In
room and board. 203 E. Nevada St
WANTED Flrstclass laundress to take
work homo. 1431 Hawthorne Place.
WANTED Young man between 16 and
20 fer clerical work, able to use type-
wuiflr; jiiusi wnm goou plain nana.
Apply in own handwriting. Write G.
FOR 'SALE or will lease modern 2 story
house. 1512 Wyoming. Phone 10S2.
BIZ. CHANCE Rmg. Ho. Col. Towle.
For RENT Furnished apartment 2 !
rooms, kitchenet private bath. Eve-
lyn Apis., futnam ana Jiunay.
. . I
WANTED To nurchase cood safe i n
'5 ft. high: also rolltop desk and chair:
must be cheap. Address P. O. box 938.
FOR SALE Dress suit, bargain, lftia
Mesa Ave. Call evenings.
WANTED English speaking woman to
care for sick lady. 1417 Myrtle.
EL PASO LODGE NO. 130, A. F. it A. M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
.03T W. W. Evans, W. M.
L E. Gillett, Secretary.
Masonic Relief Board. 106 Mesa Ave.
Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
Called meeting tonight, 7:30 p. m.
E. E. RYW'j DANCING ACADEMYal
the . B. hall. Social dance every
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
MAY GET LUMBER
If Mexican Central Oueratex Trains to
Chihuahua Pearson Mills Here
Can Be Supplied.
If the Mexican Central railroad is
opened for traffic Saturday to Chihua
hua, as the ofieials have announced, the
Pearson mills In El Paso will be per-
kmited to run for at least 30 days more.
X1IU .UilUCU. VUUIlNUljr liao -lW UM3 UL
lumber at Chihuahua, which has been
sent from the Madera "mills for trans
portation over the Central Oto the EI
Paso mills. This will be rushed through
as soon as the traffic is resumed on the
government line and will supply the
mills here for at least 15 days, at the
rate the mills are now running.
The supply now in the yards it the
milla TL-111 Sllnnlv tflA mills for nn-
oih.r 15 ri-a nnd he th time thiH Min-
ply Is exhausted, the officials of the pected change in the attitude of Tur
Pearson company expect to have the J gey and the resultant weakness of
North WesterTline. opened to Iblm ffiH2 K.!S2,,t!4J&.eSS
anri I- haulino- lnmhap Tnr thA Kl
Paso nlant over its own line.
A freight train went out of the Jua
rez yards Friday and the lumber trains
will probably be moved north Saturday.'
. AND LOSE PLACES
Pearson 31111s Close For a Nisht, Then
Get New Crew of Workers;
Rioters Are Arrested.
Too much tequila lost 40 Mexican la
borers at the Pearson plant their Jobs
Thursday night and threw 100 more
hard working men, with families, out
of employment for the remainder of
the night. Being the day after pay
day. the Mexican day laborers at the
mills had been drinking, according to
the officials. Three decided that their
pay checks were not as fat as they
should be, and they proceeded to
"bawl" the walking boss of the night
shift He put them out of the plant
This started a strike among the peon
laborers and they started to overthrow
a car of lumber that was on the siding.
The mills were closed down for the
night the mounted police called and
the rioters driven from the plant and
a number arrested.
BISBEE MINER IS
KILLED BY CAVEIN
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 24. William
Vlackis, a miner, was instantly killed
in a cavein while working at the 900
foot level at the Gardner shaft There
was no blasting gorng on and it Is
not known what caused the cave In.
J. Boyd, who was working beside him
at tne time oi tne acciaent, was pain-
fully, but not seriously cut and bruised.
He was removed to the Copper Queen
Postmaster Cassidy is now preparing
! a new schedule of hours for the em
ployes of the postofflce, so as to make
the working day from eight to 10
Marshall Watkins has received word
fi-om Rurmim Co.. the Detroit firm
! which was awarded the contract for
the lnstalation of the new jail, that
the company would begin shipping the
material immediately. It is expected
that the lail will be completed within
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
Dan 31. Jackson. Presiding.
Jj. E. Ross, C. P. Pitman and V. L.
Snyder, indicted on charges of robbery
by the use of fire arms; habeas corpus
proceedings: Ross's bond fixed at $20,
000; Pitman. $10,000: Snyder. $2500.
Cecilio Gonzales, charged with burg
lary: not guilty.
Jose Lopez. Manuel Lopez and Luis
Reyes, charged with robbery by as
sault: each given live years in the
Collins, charged with burg
lary; sentenced to two years.
.,- ii..".'?..,t..i "J "3i"
J. R. Darroch vs. Lime B. Reed et
f tiff Md J F CW s1riited Vecer
D"nda"? jjaSa Coies aPP,nte receiver
Dona OI 'w"'-
, .ncrp tiksttitct emmr
f P. K Gardner, administrator, vs.
-, o.-j-.. -rtmlstrntor
i Southern Pacific company: suit for
92U.OU0 damages; lury unaoie to agree
L. Folx vs. William Moeller et aL
suit for damages: on trial.
John R. Perham vs. Violet Annie
Perham, suit for divorce: granted.
Ballard Caldwell, Presiding.
M. Morris, alias Morris Teraschew
sky, vagrancy charge; on trial.
J. J. Mnrphy, Presiding.
Dolores Robledo, charged with dis
turbing the peace: fined $1 and costs.
Bnsedlo Barrera. charged with dis-
j turbing the peace: fined $1 and costs.
, MEN FIGHT IN TENICO BANK;
ONE IS SHOT; ANOTHER BEATEN.
Clovis. N. ML, Jan. 24. A desperate J
tignt took place at Texico in tne Jb irst
National bank between Jthn Gamble,
a house mover from Clovis, and J. P.
Doose, a dairyman of Texico. Gamble
and Doose had some words over some
business affairs which resulted in a
fight Gamble, it Is charged drew his
gun and shot Doose through the ab
domen. Doose, it is said, knocked the
.gun from Gamble's hand, before he
could shoot the second time and took
the weapon and beat Gamble up pretty
badly. Gamble is badly cut up and
Doose Is in a serious condition. Gam
ble was brought to Clovis to await the
J. Billinsgley. a hardware man of
Texico. who has helped materially to
build up this and the Texico section,
died after a short illness. He will be
burled at Texieo. He was prominent
in Masonic circles as 'well as in Odd
SILVER CITY CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE ELECTS OFFICERS.
Sliver City. N. M-. Jan. 24. At a
meeting of the chamber of commerce
Herndon Lehr was elected president
Dr. W. S. Thompson and W. A. Welch
Francisco Ybarra. a Mexican, was
badly cut in a fight with three of his
countrymen here. The wound extended
from his ear to his mouth. Lazaro and
Francisco Quintinilla were held in con
nection with the case. It is charged
that Ybarra had first fired at them
with a rifle.
ACTOR SUES FOR DIVORCE.
Denver, Colo., Jan. 24. Thomas
Richards, leading man with- Lulu
Glazer. the actress, today filed suit In
the district court of Freemont county
for divorce from Martha M. Richards.
TTa nhflivH iftiolt MVs TCfahArriff-
who is a local singer, recently sued i
Miss Glazer for alleged alienation of
Richards s nnectlons.
, Too Late to Classify
WANTED To take car load of cattle
or other livestock east of Fort Worth
for transportation. J. N. Barstow,
,, , V 1 In a.fia t.1 1a ..A...1. n
?yiw 5.1-" L, 1""S ?."". "i .
ftX,xVSS",ii. JRZZ f.-jJir'SKr
phant' Buite Water Users' association:
(Plenty water at present, race jzouu;
terms td suit Address 23
aid, or phone 4828.
i'OU SALE New furniture in a 5 room or "nod has so 1. 1 hi, ,TUount sur"
cottage. 2 apartments for housekeep- ,' ture on tne outskirt, ?.fh a1?? and p."
ing; cheap for cash. 1007 Mundy br Vld Palm" tee" .on?Mf A,lpIne to la"
phVne 4903X. I & Smaller "hasn,ra"0" . Kii
NICELY furnished rooms with meals; .
private home. Phone 3238.
: . . 1
NICEL furnished room -with buffet j
kitchen: modern. 103 Montana. .
SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSKD. 81; '
suits pressed 5 i.e. Why pay more? Tho 1
Aztec. 606 San Antonio. Phone 1932 X
WANTED TO RENT Furnished room- ' , A "i"111 ,of Orient officials, includ
ing house. Phone 4933. 'ne', ' Dickenson, president: A H.
W iMKD Iiesk
1 stoi in fich,ri
Idrc- 1'. O. box
room in off n .
. , j
TDGKS WEAK 0
Change in Turkey's Atti
tude Depresses Interna
tional Stock Issues.
$ NOT: All Market news on
this page reflects clewing sale $
prices (unless buy or bid be t
& specified) on FrWay. Janu- &
& ary 24. -
I New York. N. Y.. Jan. 24. The unex
.. .. ai . .. .uwwwauU
the continental markets were sellers
here when the market opened. Inter
national shares were the weakest, but
professional selling soon cut in and
there was an irregular recovery which
brought the leaders to within frac
tional points of yesterday's close.
Bonds were steady.
Union Pacific gave way two points
when niinoU Central brake to 121, or
the fear that the Income from the
road's $22,000,000 holding of Illinois
Central stock would be materially re
duced if the dividend 'was cut Illinois
Central rallied 2.
Prices hovered about midway be
tween yesterday's close and the lowest
of the morning. The trend was up
ward, the evident support which the
market received earlier inducing some
of the shorts to buy stocks. Forecasts
of the currency movement indicated a
slight gain by the banks, the interior
receipts being sufficient to offset the
loss by gold exports and subtreasury
The market closed steady. Late op
erations were livened by V spasmodic
j selling of the important shares and a
it to 31.
Earlier low prices were duplicated
In some Instances but the pressure -was
of brief duration and the market made
some recovery when selling let up.
MONEY AND METALS
NEW YORK MARKBT.
(By Associated Press.)
New York, N. Y Jan. 24. Money on
call, 22: closing bid, 2; offered at
Time loans steady; 60 days, 5; 90
days, 5: six months, 3M-
Close: Prime mercantile paper, 435
Commercial bills, 482.
Bar silver, 62.
Mexican dollars. 49.
Copper, steady; standard spot and
Jan., 1550 bid.
Tin easy; spot 4985 5000; Jan., 49-75
Lead, quiet: 4250435.
Spelter, quiet; $7M?715.
Iron, unsettled. No. 1 Northern, 1850
O1900: No. 2 Northern. 1SOO0185O:
No. 1 Southern. 182501M; No. 1
Southern, soft. 182591875.
St. Leak Lead and Saelter.
St Louis. Mo.. Jan. 24. Lead, firm;
Spelter, weak; 705.
THE LOCAL MARKET.
Mexican Money El Paso Quotation.
Mexican pesos fE: Paso baying
Mexican currency (El Paso buying
price) 49 c
Ex change (City of Mexico) 49.64.
El Pasn Smelter Quotations.
Bar silver. 62.
Copper (wire bars) 1630.
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 16225.
Lead (N. Y. sales price) 4.35.
Lead (London) 16, si 5, AS.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver. 63.
Copper (wire bars) 16.01.
NEW YORE LISTED
(By Associated Press.)
Amalgamated .......... . 71
Northern Pacific 118
Southern Pacific 105
Union Pacific 158
Steel Pfd 109
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J. Overlook. Bisbee. Ariz.)
Arizona Commercial 3
Calumet & Arizona ............. 66
Chino Copper 42
Copper Range 48
Greene Cananea t
Helvetia - 75
Nevada Con 18
North Butte 30
Old Dominion .A 48
Ray Con 19
Superior & Boston 2
U. S. Smelters, common...... 41
Utah Con 10
Utah Copper 54
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J. Overlock. Bisbee. Arii.)
Chief Con . . 1
Goldfield Con . 2
Inspiration Copper 17
Majestic Copper of Utah......... 43
Mason Valley 8
New Keystone 1
Ohio Copper 1
Ray Central S
San Antonio, part paid 3
FEDERAL COURT TO
MEET AT PECOS
Pecos. Texas, Jan. 24. A telegram re
ceived here from congressman W. R.
Smlth states that the house has passed
the bill establishing a new federal dis
court court division in west Texas, with
Pecos as headquarters. This bill was
reported favorably at the last -session of
congress, and it is expected that it 'will
become a law at an early date. The
measure includes 15 counties of west
Texas in the new district they being
cut out of the Abilene and El Paso dis
tricts. A federal building will be erect
ed here. too. it is stated.
J. A. Brady was married this week to
Miss Ruth Dickson, who lives near Big
Springs. Miss Dickson spent more than
three years in Reeves county as a four
sectioner, and spent several months in
Pecos after having lived out her claim.
tL letter u&b ueen rvceiveu Jiere xrom
ieo. ju. numer, general passenger agent
of the T. P.. stating that the requests of
the Pecos Commercial club and other
interested parties has been granted, and
that a new rate had been given fon ex
cursionists to the Pecos country. A
round trip rate of one fare plus two
dollars has been put on for two people
or more, with a 10 day stay allowed
J. M. Frame has been selected as the
new T. & P. station agent, to succeed
, A Af Armstron?. whn lf- TA. .-
., .. . ... P w
ca? ol n w? s neaitn. Mr. Frame
?as been agent tor the T. P. at Mona-
nans Ior gtveral ear3-
ALPINE BUSINESS PROPERTY
AND HOMES CHANGE HANDS,
,hJT an? Mr. Dod has moved
bis family into Alpine.
E- W. Taylor has sold his .- U ami '
feed business and his resu'en.e in West i
Alpine to J. W. Smith of Marf I who '
Tna' bHnu hi,Vmfi, b'lsinAss hortlv i
C,"" , .lit .,",'1,l.Jl A1Pmf Mr
W- .h.J. -j ,, " Kv?acaa,u ui
'm ' "' w, n n.s lutuif j
1ii - wiiM.n, 'uperintendem K. K. P.ir-
k r r.hl,.f .n.., ...... '
' - "" ' "imnrer, inn J u Kn
- ,."it - i U m m.is. .r of !-,, -jvr 1S (1,N ,,u,:i.
in. ii' 1 1 i.ii an in ; t -it n
PDITS IF WAR
Cereals Open Higher and
Cdntinue Upward Trend;
Chicago, 111, Jan. 24. The reported
intention of the new Turkish cabinet
to recall its peace envoys from London
had a bullish effect on wheat at the
opening today. May opened t to 4c
up'at 92 to 92 and sold early be
tween 2 and 92 and 92 c
May touched 93c and closed firm at
May corn opened a shade down, at
51c and sold between 51 and 51
and 51 and 51c
The close was steady. May c up
at 51 to 51c ,
May oats started a shade to c up,
at 33 to 33c and sold to 33 to
Provisions were quiet and steady.
May pork opened 2c lower at $18.82
and sold to $18.90. May lard opened
2c lower to unchanged at $10.12,
and May ribs a. shade up at $10.12.
Grain and Provisions
May $ 92
Sept ...- S89
May 51 51
July .. . . S2
Sept . 53
July ... .... 34
Chicago Provisions. Cloe
Jan .--.. .iii7i4
May .JZZZ 10.20 ie22!
May 10.20 lsSS
Kansas City Grain. Close.
May -$ S7i ST
July . w,..-. 85
May 51 51
Kansas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City. Mo, Jan. 24. 2attle
Rects. 1000, Including 200 southerns;
market steadv. Native steers. J6.S0
'8.25: southern steers. $5.50 7.35; south
ern cows and neiiers. t3.vb94.du; na.
tlvp cmvH and heifers. S3.75 07.501
ftockers and feeders, $5.807.50; bulls,
5.0066.50; calves. $6.5010.25: western
steers, $6.008.00; western, cows, $3.75
-50. , A
Hogs Rects. 6000: market strong.
Heavy. $7.3507.42; packers and
butchers. $7.267.40; light. $7J.07.30;
Sheep Rects. 2000; market steady.
Muttons, $4.2505.58; range wethers and
yearlings, $5.807.5G: range ewes, $4J0
Chlenco Livestock. Close.
Chicago. HL. Jan. 24. Cattle Rects.
1500: market slow. Texas steers, $4.70
05.60; western steers, $4.507.20;
stockers and feeders. $4.9907.50: cows
and heifers, $2.7007.20; calves, $7.00
Hogs Rects. 25,060: market steady
to shade higher. Light $7.2007.50;
mixed, $7.2507.50: heavy. $7.007T52:
rough. $7.0007.15; pigs. $5.7507.30;
Sheep Rects. 8000: market steady.
Native. $4.7506.75; western, $4.85 (ft
K.S5: vearltnes. 36.480 08.6G: lambs.
Inatlve, $6.7609.00; western, $6.759.0it.
St. Louis Wool. Close.
St Louis. Mo.. Jan. 24. Wool steadj
Territory and western mediums. 21 -p
25: fine mediums, 18020; fine. 1317.
OF THE CHAMBER
The board of directors of the cham
ber of commerce are meeting this af
ternoon to elect a. president two vice
presidents, a. treasurer, secretary anU
a manager for the traffic bureau. It is
generally conceded that Rufe P. March
and A. W. Reeves, will be reappointed
to their present posts of secretary and
The directors will also be requested
to name a ways and means committee
of 25 so that S. B. Ricaby can start
actual subscription, work Saturday on
the budget. system.
It will also be suggested to the sew
board that it take immediate action rel
ative to the enlargement of Fort Bliss.
It is pointed out that although the
bouse of representatives-failed to adopt
that measure, it can now be secured
through attaching the provision to the
El Pasoans are being urged to write
the various senators requesting that
they take this action.
Tonight the annual meting' will be
held. Refreshments will be served, ac
cording to a long established custom.
and the secretary and traffic manager
will present their annual reports.
Two burglaries were reported to the
police Thursday night George Bezan
son. a jockey, rooming at the Florence
hotel on East Overland street, reported
at the police station that his room had
been entered and two snit cases con
taining clothes had been taken. Capt
W. D. Greet phonefi the saloons at
Juarez, and later a man alleged to
have the missing suit coses was ar
rested. Some time Thursday night an en
trance to the National Biscuit com
pany's store, on the corner of Franklin
and Kansas streets, was gained by
burglars, who broke out one of the
windows. Nothing was missed.
CHICAGOANS ARE INDICTED
ON CHARGE OF ARSON
Chicago. 111.. Jan. 24. Indictments
against four men charging arson and
burning property to defraud were re
turned today by the srand Jury in con
nection with the investigation of the
operation of the alleged "arson ring."
Those named in the true bills were:
Samuel Rottenberg. Joseph Clarke,
Harry Brown and John Kabizak. also
known as "The Captain." Rottenberg.
Clarke and Brown are public fire in
The bond of eaeh defendant was
fixed at $40,000.
ANNUAL ELECTION HELD
BY THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Knights Templar, of the El Paso
commandery, No. 18, have elected of
ficers for the year. The following of
ficers have been installed for the com
mandery: H. W. Connolly, eminent
commander: V. R. Stiles, gfneralissimo.
Geo. B. Slater, captain general: W. W.
Click, senior warden; Hubert W. Brow
der. junior warden; J. Temple Rice,
prelatt H. A. Carpenter, treasurer.
Geo. F. Morgan, recorder; Alfred L.
Sharpe, standard bearer. Eurene S.
Parham. ord bearer; Ashley T. Keea,
warder. Jos. C. Mollinary, sentineL
t VBI.K TO-AGREE: JURY IN
(.VUDKKR CASK DISCHARGED
The jury in the case of P. E. Gardner.
administrator, against the So"""
Pacific compan, a suit for $20,000. was
''nahle to acrr-, .n a verdict and was
di-harged Thin -Ua afternoon.
VMEKU V w TOR KILLED.
Tort of t- . m, Trli lti Jan. 24.
Fran K..I . ' -i - in aiator.
niKhi while flyiafT
hen- He was nUurnlnjr to the land.i-:
ll.i e. wi'tn his biplane suddenly di"
tn, stiuek ihe ground -n uh ter'iti
forri PoKli.i1 was tounj ile d beneath
i! , i hm,
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