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E3L PASO HERALD
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MATINEE AND NIGHT
The United Play Co. Present Grace Hayward's
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The most popular romantic play on the American stage. You have read
the book bee the play. Superb scenic production. Notable cast including
Miss Louiszita Valentine and
Mr. Lawrence Evart
PRICES Matinee, 50c, 75c, SLOO Chfldren 25c, any seat
Night, 50c, 75c, $L00, $10 Seats ready Tne&. at Ryan's.
NOTE 'Graustark" has bo connection -with "Beverly" being entirely dif
ferent and far superior in every
FRENCH JURIST AND
Double Murder is Believed by Paris
Officials te be Act of Vengeance
by Automobile Bandits.
Paris, France. Feb. 5. Edouard Pel
tier, a high official of the French de
partment of justice, was murdered in
ins residence here today. A woman
nurse. wo was attending him, was
The double murder is believed to
have been committed by an uncaptured
.Tinii at the saner of automobile
bandits whose trial is now going on
It is supposed that the crime was
Intended as an act of vengeance and
warning. . ... . . ,i.
Peltier was formerly eltfef of the
bureau of pardons at the ministry of
justice, but had been Jn ill health for
some time. He was a man of con
He was found strangled in bis chair
in his library. The nurse's body lay
in another room, "where she bad from
all appearances been hacked to pieces
with an ax. ,
An investigation by the poliee of
the young woman's past has given
rise to the theory that she and tHfe
murderer were associated with the
'demon chauffeur" Bonnot and his
sang. It is thought she admitted the
murderer to the house, and he, after
strangling Peltier, made an end of the
sole witness. About $1000 cash was
GRILLS HIS ACCUSER
Bert Franklin (.YasiltH He Obtained Im
munity After Bribing Jury By
Testifying Against Darren-.
Los Angeles. Calif., Feb. S. Again
acting as his own counsel, Clarence
P Harrow, former chief counsel for
the McNavtra brothers, cross ex
amined Bert Franklin today and ob
tained an admission that Franklin.
his quondam chief "investigator" in
the dynamite trial had procured Im
munity for testifying against.
Franklin admitted he had pleaded
puilt.v to having bribed Robert Bata,
the McNamara juror fpr the corrup
tion of whom Darrow Is now on trial,
and that he also had been "exempted
from punishment for testifying against
Darrow in the case growing out of the
alleged bribery of George N. Lockwood,
a McNamara venireman. Darrow was
tried several months ago on the Lock
wood charge and was acquitted.
Franklin declared his immunity was
a. "matter of opinion" but at length
accepted a stipulation made by assist
ant district attorney Joseph Ford that
be had obtained immunity. The im-4
rnunity feature was credited with hav
ing exercised great influence with the
jury which acquitted Darrow in the
FRENCH BANKER AGAIN DELAY
BIG LOAN TO CHINA.
New Yorfc. N. Y, Feb. 5. Confirma
tion of reports from Pekin of a further
hitch in the Chinese loan negotiations
was received by American representa
tives of the syndicate today. Some of
the objections advanced by the French
bankers were unexpected, it was said,
but these, the American bankers
thought probably will be sustained be
cause of the predominance of French
interests in the proposed loan.
It appears that Russia, is to finance
onlv half of her one-sixth interest,
while the Japanese participation will
be financed entirely by the French. In
effect, France is to supply nearly half
nf the loan. For that reason, the
American. British and German bankers
are willing to concede some of the
claims made by the French group.
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Window No. 3 I
You should look in this window. It has I
I some very attractive articles at very much m
j reduced prices, which we find by inventory M
ought to be sold. I
I ' The A. D: Foster Co. I
1 El Paso's Popular Jewelry Store. 1
I J. F. Daniels, Mgr. 1
BOY ON HORSE IS
STRUCK BY A CAR
Celllmon Ocean on Mesa and Boule
vard: Boy Goes to Hospital;
Horse Ha To Be Shot.
Carlos Chafin, a 14 year old boy. em
ployed at Longwell's stables, was badly
injured when he collided with a Fort
Bliss car at the corner of Mesa avenue
and Boulevard, shortly after 7 oclock
The boy was riding a pony back to
the stables, after having delivered a
horse and buggy, and was attempting
to cross the track when the car struck
him. He was injured about the heac
and had a severe gash over the right
eye, and one behind the right ear. He
was taken to Hotel Dieu, where his
I wounds were dressed and' then taken
to his home at SI 6 South Virginia
street. The horse was so badly in
jured that it had to be shot
STH COrRT OF CTVIL APPEALS.
James It. Harper, J. F. McKenrle and
E. F. Higslax. Justicex.
Motions granted J. F. McWIUiams
vs. Fort Stockton Irrigated Lands com
pany, from Pecos: appellee's motion to
strike out statement of facts. Barron
& Clark vs. T. M. White et al, from
Martin; appellant's motion for cer
Motions overruled. Hortie C. Cock
burn et al vs. D. B. Cherry, from Har
ris: appellant's motion for rehearing.
J. F. McWilliams vs Fort Stockton Irri
gated Lands company, from Pecos: ap
pellant's motion for certiorari. J. A.
Raney vs. Houston Lighting & Power,
company. 1905, from Harris; motion of
defendant in error for a rehearing.
Motion Submitted. Barron A Clark
vs. T. M. "White et al. from Martin; ap
pellee's motion to dismiss the appeal.
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
Dan M. Jackson, Presiding.
City of El Paso vs. W. W. Wiley,
trespass to try title suit: on trial.
Jesus Natividad. by Manuel Natividad,
vs. Texas ft Pacific railway company,
suit for damages; filed.
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. Walthall, Prodding.
Jahren vs. Cameron, suit on notes; on
E. B. McClinteck, Presiding.
Martin Jimenez, charged "with mur
der of Geronimo Valenznela; held to
grand jury and released on personal
Marion Hale, charged with burglary;
held to grand jury in sum of $566.
.DEATHS AND BURIALS
MRS. GRACE B. DONAHOO.
Mrs. Grace Baylor Donahoo, wife of.
J. H. Donahoo, a local grocer, died at a
local hospital Tuesday night. She was
but 21 years of age and came here from
KnoxviUe, Tenn., seven months ago.
The body will be taken to KnoxviUe by
her husband and mother.
The body of Louis Zanders, who died
on an incoming Southern Pacific train
Tuesday, will be shipped to Quincy.
I1L for interment. He was about 60
ears of a'ge and bad been in California
for the benefit of his health, but was
returning to his home -when he died.
PRESIDENT'S AU4VT STARTS ON
LAST TRIP TO WHITE HOUSE
Millbury, Mass.. Feb. 5. Miss Delia
C. Torrey. president Taft's aunt, will
arrive at the white house tomorrow for
her last visit with her nephew before
he retires from the presidency. There
-was a touch of sadness in today's prep
arations for the trip, but Miss Torrey
"It probably would have been my
last trip to the capital whether he had
been reelected or not," she said.
J1AY IS OBSERVED HERE
Wednesday was the anniversary of
the signing of the Mexican constitu
tion and in celebration, the Mexican
flag was up on the pole at the Mexican
consulate and the consul's office was
The real cost of life msurance can
payment alone. 1 ou may pay
the first year than we charge BUT the dividend we return our
policyholders at the end of each year often exceed those paid by
other companies $2.00 to $15.00 per $1,000 which means just
that much saved. We can do this because we earn more. Still
other companies pay NO dividends at all but ask you to let their
stockholders have the excess profits earned by pour money. Get that?
Productive farms are the backbone of the nation, and over 80 percent
of our assets consist of farm loans. The farm produces regardless of
janics foreign wars pestilence or stock jobbing in "Wall Street."
We own no fluctuating stocks or bonds therefore the stock market
can't affect the Two Hundred and Fifty Million Dollars of real value
sehind our farm loans. You can save money by having your life in
surance with ns make me prove it Write me at P. O. Box 121,
EI Paso, for cost at your age; phone 4570, or call at 21 7 American
Bank Building any way so you "Obey that impulse." The cou
pon below wHl enable you to "do ft now."
J. J. TYNDALL, District Manager,
P.O. Box 121. El Paso, Texas.
UNION CENTRAL LIFE
INSURANCE CO OF CINCINNATI.
" .Wit&rat obligation on my part,
policy of 9...v.: at ageJf
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PEARSON MILLS GET
92 CARS OF LUMBER
Shipments 0vr the Mexican Central
Road Will Keep Mill Running
to March 1.
Lumber sufficient to k'-ep the Pearson
plant in El Paso operating until March
1 is being received at the EI Tas3 Milling
company. A shipment of 92 cars has
been received from Chihuahua, over the
Mexican Central and 30 more ears are
exppted this week. This is sufficient
raw material to run the mills until March
1, with a reduced force.
A. Li Lathrop. assistant to the vice
president of the Pearson interests, said
Wednesday that no information had been
received that the line between Chihuahua
and Madera had been cut by the rebels
and that lumber was being moved over
this division for the EI Paso plant.
ASSERTS WOMEN DKINK
MORE LIQUOR TnEN MEN
Senator John Hecker, of Denver. Is At
tacked for Statement 3y Cele
rade's Woman Senator.
Denver. Colo., Feb. 5. "Twenty wom
en to one man in Denver drink in
toxicating liquor and they drink more
than men." This was the statement
made on the floor of the Colorado sen
ate today by senator John Hecker, of
Denver. It followed a vigorous attack
by Mrs. Helen Ring Robinson, Colo
rado's first woman senator, upon a
statement published in a Washington
newspaper, and attributed to Hecker,
to the effect that "women In Denver
drink more high balls than men?"
. Senator Robinson denounced the
qupted statement as an insult to the
women of Colorado, and threatened to
move the expulsion of Hecker from the
state senate if it should be repeated.
BOMB CONSTRUCTER IS
HELD ON MURDER CHARGE
New York. N. T., Feb. 5. John Paul
Farrel, janitor and confessed bomb
constructer, was arraigned before the
coroner's jury today and remanded to
the Tombs, charged with murder, to
await the action of the grand jury.
Unkempt unshaven, shabby and almost
senile, Farrel slouched before the
The police after careful investigation,
have confirmed all the details relative
to the prisoner placing the Herrera
bomb. They have not established, how
ever, whether he lied or has hallucina
tions -with reference to the bomb
which killed Mrs. Helen Taylor and
that sent to judge Otto Rosalsky.
This afternoon Farrel made to an
assistant district attorney a sweeping
denial of all statements credited to
him yesterday. He declared he knew
nothing regarding the Rosalsky, Taylor
or Herrera bombs, and that he had
neither constructed nor sent any of
them. He admitted having made a
"confession" at police headquarters and
explained that he had been "hounded"
until he decided to "get it over with."
CINCINNATI GIRL WEDS PRINCE
MICHEL MURAT, AT PARIS
Paris, France, Feb. 5. The civil
marriage of Helena Stallo. of Cincin
nati, and prince Michel Murat took
place at 4 oclock today. The marriage
was celebrated before the mayor, in
the presence of relatives and friends.
Prince Jachhn Murat and the Dukei
de Mouchy acted as witnesses for the
bridegroom and ambassador Myron T.
Herrlck and judge Nash, of Rock wood,
signed the register as witnesses for
The religious ceremony will take
place tomorrow at the Catholic church.
Prince' Murat has many American con
nections. His grandmtoher -was Miss
Caroline Frasier, of South Carolina.
ARMY OFFICER'S SUIT FOR
DIVORCE IS DISMISSED
St Louis, Mo.. Feb. E. The divorce
suit of Capt Frederick W. Benteen.
seventh United States infantry, against
his Cuban wife, Maria Casanova Ben
teen. was dropped in the circuit court
here today. Neither Capt. Benteen nor
his -wife appeared when the case was
When the suit was filed in April,
1912, Capt Benteen was stationed at
Jefferson barracks, near, here, and his
wife was liTing at St Louis. The cap
tain, since, has been transferred to
San Francisco and a few months ago
his wife went west It is believed
there has been a reconciliation.
KING ALFONSO OF SPAIN
WILL NOT VISIT TOE V. S.
Madrid, Spain. Feb. 5. King Alfonso
of Spain will not visit America, accord
ing to an official statement today.
Referring to such reports the lord
"The king has displayed the great
est personal interest in the United
States, and would have been glad to
have made a visit there if it had been
Mi TWO ARIZONA POSTMASTERS.
Washington. D. C Feb. 6. C. B.
Campbell has been appointed postmas
ter at Adamana. and John E. Owens at
Cedar Springs. Arte.
-Monition: Notice is hereby given
that there have been seized in this col
lection district for violation of the cus
toms laws, one brown horse, two bay
horses and one gray horse, with Mexi
can brands, which will be sold in front
of the Custom House El Paso, Texas,
at 10 oclocic a. m., February 18, 1913.
Anyone claiming the same is required
to appear within the time prescribed
by law. Alfred L. Sharps, Collector ot
Mexican consul F, C Llorente will
leave Thursdav for Mexico City on
w same, .77;
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I -;7vr"-V' "TALK WITH TYNDALL." I
not be determined by one year's
some companies a iittie more or
you may sail me memo, of cost on
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.Year 'of birth.
Earl- Morning Blaze Threat
ens Business District; Ex
plosion in Drug Store.
Fire believed to have originated in a'
trash box in the basement of the Kress
store, 211 and 211 Mesa avenue, at 5:30
oclock Wednesday morning, was re
sponsible for the almost total loss of
the stock in that building and $6000
damages done to the building. Due to
the arrival of the central fire depart
ment, shortly after the alarm was
turned in, a disastrous fire was prob
ably averted, the store building being
located in the heart of the business
district of the city. The fire had
gained considerable headway before
the alarm was sounded, and when fire
chief W. W. Armstrong arrived, a sec
ond alarm was turned in. The Mesa
and Sunset fire companies responded to
The stock in the store which filled
the basement was a complete loss.
It was estimated that 40 percent of the
stock on the first floor was destroyed
by fire and water. The flames from
the basement burst through the floor
ing of the first, floor. It required one
I hour of the combined efforts of the
three fire companies to extinguish the
A, S. Howard, the manager of the.
store, who -was on the scene shortly
after the alarm was turned in. stated
that he was unable to account for the
fire. It was chief AVmstrong, who
expressed the opinion that the fire
started in a trash box. which he said,
-was located in the basement under
neath a chute through which the trash
was sent down. Mr. Howard stated
that it was impossible to estimate the
damage to the stock, as an inventory
had not been taken for some time.
Explosion Wreck Drug Store.
At 1:45 Wednesday morning, four
hours prior to the Kress fire, two ex
plosions occurred in the Oregon
Street Pharmacy, in the 400 block on
North Oregon street. Almost the en
tire stock in the building was de
stroyed. Nb fire followed the explos
ions, which although believed to have
been produced by chemicals, have not
been accounted for.
I Fire In Morehouse Block.
At noon Wednesday, the central
company responded to an alarm for a
fire in the Morehouse block building,
on Oregon street. Burlap in the hall
way on the second floor of that build
ing, was found ablaze. Cither a
match or a lighted cigaret is believed to
have been responsible for the fire
-which did only a slight damage.
MEXICAN OFFICIALS RELEASE
AMERICANS AT ENSENADA
San Diego. Calif., Feb. B. Held seven
months in the cuartel in Ensenada,
Lower California, and finally released
without trial, was the experience of
Harry Koch and Albert Lundquist,
American fishermen, who arrived here
today. They stated that in spite of the
efforts of the American consul. Claude
Guy ant, bail was refused.
Koch and Lundquist were charged
with smuggling and resisting an officer
when they were captured In Mexican
waters contrary, it is claimed, to the
terms or the fishing concession granted
an American company.
The Mexican prosecutor at Ensenada
reported his findings to Mexico City
for review and it was decided there
was not enough evidence to hold the
two men. A telegraphic order for their
release was received at Ensenada Sat
urday. They took the first boat for Son
WIFE OF "BEAUTY" BEACH AGAIN
ACCOMPANIES HIM IN COURT
Aiken, S. C, Feb. 5. The trial of
Frederick O. Beach, the New York mil
lionaire, known as "Beauty" Beach,
charged with assaulting his wife with
intent to kill, was resumed here today.
Beach and his wife arrived early, ac
companied by Mrs. Taylor and Miss
Holllns. Mrs. Beach was again attired
in brown and seemed to be suffering
from a slight cold. Mrs. Beach said
she bad been assaulted by a negro, but
after an investigation the charge was
made against her husband.
PRISONERS ARE TAKEN TO
In the custody of J. V. Cunningham,
an official of the state penitentiary at
Huntsville, Tex., the following pris
oners, convicted in the 34th district
court left over the Texas & Pacific
Wednesday en route to that place, to
serve their respective terms: Reyes
Molina, assault to rob, two and one
half years: Manuel Gonzales, theft from
the person, two years; Omir White,
burglary, two years: George Ross,
same, two years; Frank Collins, same,
ONE KILLED. THREE HURT
IN FIGHT AVTTII KNIVES
Alma, Colo.. Feb. 5. Oswald Trele
a is tle.id and Fred Kemper is per
haps mortally wounded, -while Air. and
Mrs John L. Roberts are seriously hurt,
as the result of a fight with butcher
knives at the Roberts ranch, 19 miles
from here. According to the report
brought to Alma. Trelewav and Kem
per employes of TloTerts. began fiKht
itiK and Mr anl Vi Rob. -t-. i m
jjrod iu trying to separate them.
KRESS STORE IS
WRECKED BY FIBE
Prospects of Liberal World
Shipment Give Market
Chicago, 111- Feb. 5. Rain In parte
of India, with more predicted where
drouth has been a serious menace, gave
the wheat market a setback. Prospects
of liberal -world shipments had a fur
ther influence against the bulls. Of
ferings, however, were not especially
heavy. The opening prices ranged from
to Vic May started 'at 3K to 3c.
the same change from last night as
the market taken altogether, and then
dropped to 93Vc.
The close was firm with May He
net lower at 9334c.
May corn opened a shade to
Vic off at 53 to 53c and fel
The cliwe was steady at 5316 for
May, to He under last night
May oats, which started V4 to Vie
down to a shade up at 34 to 34c
descended to 34 Vic.
Provisions advanced on active buy
ing due to an upturn at the yards. The
first transactions were a shade to TVi
higher, with May at 1 19.45 to S19.69
for pork, 310.37 to S10.40 for lard.
na nv.ia iu iu.o lor nos.
Grain and Provisions
epc ......... r. .... 89
May - 319.37919.40
May 1.. .310.32 -
Sept $10.40 10.42
Kansas City Grain. Close.
Kansas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City. Mo.. Feb. 5. Cattle
Recta. 6000, including 1000 southerns:
market steady to 10c nigner. -Native
steers. $7.008.75: southern steers.
S6.00O7.40: southern cows ana neiiers,
33.906 8.25: native cows and heifers.
34.0007.50: stockers and feeders, $5.75
7.50: bulls, $5.0066.35: calves, $6,506
10.00: western steers. $6.5008.00; west
ern cows. $4.0066.50.
Hoks Itects. 13,000: marxei a to ire
higher: bulk of sales, $7.5567.75;
heavy. $7.507.70; packers and butch
ers. $7.6567.80; light $7.6067.75: pigs,
sneep itecis. auvu: uiarno icnuj.
Muttons. $4.2565.75: Colorado lamas,
t7.7E68.60: ransre wethers and year-
lines. $5.2567.60: range ewes. $3.50
Chlcaso Livestock. Close.
Chicago. IIL, Feb. 5. Cattle Rects.
16 000- market steady to strong. Beeves.
$6.3569.00: Texas steers. $4.9065. .5:
western steers, $5.6067.30; stockers
and feeders. $4.7567.60: cows and heif
ers. $3.0067.50; calves. $-5010.00.
Hogs Rects. 30,000: market slow. 5
to 10c above yesterday's average. Light
$7 6067.85: mixed. $7.6067.87: heavy.
$7067.30 rough. $7.5067.60: Igs.
S6 4067.65: bulk of sales. $7.757.bj.
Sheep Rects. 25.000: market slow,
teadv Native. 44.7566.00: western.
$49065.90: yearlings. $6.4067.35;
lambs! native. $6.7568.30: western.
St. Louis Wool. Clone.
St Louis. Mo.. Feb. 5. Wool sleadv.
Territory and western mediums. 21
35:Tflne mediums. j820: fine. 1317.
-Voir orit oeii"". v,""i...
Vew York. N. Y., Feb. 5. Cotton
qoot closed quiet Middling uplands,
595: middling gulf. 13.20. No sales.
TOBACCO COMPANY DECLARES i
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New York. N. Y., Feb. S. tMore than
3&9M000 will be distributed among
holders of the common stock of the
American Tobacco company from a 15
percent extra dividend declared today.
CRUDE OIL S2.5e A BARREL.
Pittsburg. Pa., Feb. 5. For the first
time in almost 20 years the oil pur
chasing agencies todav quoted $2.50 for
Pennsylvania crude oil.
T. P. BOOSTS CONVENTION.
The Texas & Pacific railroad is ad
a ertlsing the Cattlemen's convention
in EI Paso in its quarterly magasine.
just fff the press. It is also endeavor
ing ft secure stopover privileges at
Fort Worth, so that passengers attend
ing the Fort Worth Pet Sock show
ma come to Kl Paso to the Cattle
, CU 7sv Who-n
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nf "Rncren:" Buv at Kosers WiJ
$ COMING! jh
Every Housekeeper in Et Paso should await with
interest the announcement we will
make in a day or two
STOCK LEADERS .
Reports of Unsatisfactory
Conditions in Copper
Trade Depress Market.
NOTE All Market news on
this page reflects closing sale
prices (unless buy or bid be &
specified) on Wednesday, Feb- -
New York, N. Y.. Feb. "5. Interviews
with leading representatives of finan
cial and railroad interests setting forth
optimistic views, received scant con
sideration in the face of falling prices
in Wall street today. More attention
was paid to motives behind the sales
of various securities whose weakness
permeated the -whole market
Legal obstructions to the conclusion
of the subway negotiations, failure to
pay off at this time 'the back dividend
oa Can preferred, and reports of ud-i
satisfactory conditions in the copper
trade were responsible for the spread
of the bearish sentiment Some resist
ance was offered at first by the rail
road leaders, but ultimately they gave
way with the rest of the list
Tobacco moved up and down within
a range of four points on the an
nouncement of the 5 sercent Quarterly
, dividend and an extra payment of 15
percent. un ine euro aianaara mi
shares continue their recent advance.
Bonds -were easy.
Reiteration of rumors about impend
ing financing by Pennsylvania caused
steady sales of the stock and It lost
1. There was not much life in the
rest of the market but the tone con
Selling ceased in the middle of the
afternoon and prices recovered slightly.
The market closed heavy. Shorts
showed no desire to buy back stocks
sold early in the day and the list ac
cordingly kept dropping in spots on
Copper issues reflected the publica
tion of unfavorable trade views and
there was intermittent selling of Read
ing and Union Pacific.
MONEY AND METALS
NEW YORK MARKET.
(By Associated Press.)
New York. N- Y., Feb. 5. Money on
call steady, 2 3 percent; ruling rate.
2: closing bid, 2: offered at 3.
Time loans, steady: 60 days. 33L64
percent: 90 days. 44: six months.
Prime mercantile paper, 4 5 per
cent Commercial bills, 4.83.
Bar silver, 62.
Mexican dollars, 48.
Copper, quiet; spot 14.87 bid: Feb.,
14.76 bid. '
Lead, steady: 4.25 4.35.
Spelter, weak; &5596.7S. v
-Iron, irregular. No. 1 Northern. 1S.50
18.75; No. 2 Northern. 18.0018.50;
No. 1 Southern. 18.2561S.75: No. 1
Southern, soft 18.00 18.50.
St. Lenta Lead and Spelter.
St Louis, Mo, Feb. 5. Lead, firm;
Spelter, lower: 6.45.
THE LOCAL MARKET.
Mexican Money El Paso Quotation.
Mexican pesos fEi Paso buying
Mexican currency fEl Paso buying
Exchange (City of Mexico) 49.64.
El Pajio Smelter Quotations.
Bar silver. 62.
Copper (wire bars) 15.85.
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 16.775.
Lead (N. Y. sales price) 4.35.
Lead (London) 16. si 5, dO.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)'
Bar silver. 62.06.
NEW YOKE LISTED
(Br Associated Press.)
Amalgamated . . 71
Atchison ........ 103
Northern Pacific ...... ......... .119
Southern Pacific ....105
Union Pacific ....159
Steel ,. 64
Steel Pfd 108
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J. Overlock. Bisbee. Ariz.)
Arizona Commercial 3
Calumet & Arizona 65Vi
Chino Copper 41
Copper Range 47
Greene Cananea 8
Helvetia .-..., 75
Miami ............... 23
Nevada Con . 18
North Butte jo2
Old Dominion ................... 49
Rav Con 18
Shannon ........... 12
Superior & Boston .... 3
U. S. Smelters, common.......... 41
Utah Con 10
Utah Copper 53
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J. Overlock. Bisbee. Arix.)
Cactus ............. g
Chief Con 114
Ooldfield Con 2H
Inspiration Cnjper Ifiu,
Majestic Copp r of T'tah 41 "
Vrm Virt n Henrf-
'" -- gmin
Mason Valley -. 84
New Keystone .................. IV
Ray Central 2H
San Antonio, part paid .......... 3's
Shattuck ... 254
CAUSES RUN ON BANKS
Metz. Germany, Feb. 5. Consterna
tion was caused here today during an
experimental mobilisation of the 16th
army corps, when the commanding gen
eral stationed sentinel at the banks.
Frightened depositors hurried to
draw out their money and long lines
of them gathered before the doors un
til the situation was explained. For
some time depositors hesitated to be
lieve the statements of the sentinels
and the "runs" continued for several
Gentlemen is just as
essential as the proper
collar if you would en
joy comfort I
Just Starch enough
Just Finish enough
Just Smooth enough;
Just Shaped enough
makes our collar work
the finest in this city.
Make us prove it!
Sanitary and Fireproof.
412-414 S. Oregon St.
60 to Europe by the North-German
SS "Brandenburg ... Feb. 15
SS "Brestou" March 8
SS "CaeseT .. April 5
SS "Wittekimr MaT 2
SS.-Koem- Mav 24
SS "Oasser Ju, U
SS "Bresian:" juiT 5
SS "Koeln" July" 26
Large comfortable steamers.
FAKES rXfcbiB, $ffL5e ad $S0.W;
Apply to Local Agents, or te
ALFRED HOLT, General Agent,
Se us for bargains in city property
and valley lands.
Keene, Ireland & Park Co.
Phone 6313. 214 Mills Bldg.
EI Paso, Texas.
D. E. H. MANiGAULT
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
410 Caples Building
El Paso, Texas Phone 4290
All Work Guaranteed.
We give gas for extraction.
203 Trust Bldg. Phone 537.
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