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EL PASO HERAXD
Tuesday, September 1, 1914
The First National Bank Building
and Those Who Occupy It.
Cattle and Commission Men.
J. C. HALL P B. DUon) Ph. 439. R. 34.
1 P WHITE CO i
Cigars and Periodicals.
FRED BKOMBKRGEK Grd. floor. Ph. 161
I.KE McINTObH. Dentist. Ph. Sit. R. 68
WILLIAMS Detective Agcy. Ph. R-
TW"! BlTrt.rTHIC CO Ph. 3355 R. 73.
FIRST MORTGAGE CO. Ph. 1: Rm. L
JAMES T. SMITH. Boom 217
Whlte-Tolbfrt KMltr Co. Ph 17SS. P- 74
Stacks acd Bonds.
rt KTISS-MANNING CO Ph 17. R- S
Trn- l Cvcle CoghoneS78.
I oil SVLE Nice confectlonerr store.
ONE BUTCHER SHOP on U Seeond St
Tor sale Doing good business.
foR-SALE A good dairy. Investigate.
phone 4SS. .
DRV GOODS. CLOralNG. SMIIIATS.
La ',. and genfs ready-to-wear, long lease.
tt.e ent location. C. D care Herald.
WANTEI-A man with SIM J "
".,-. i .n a mannfactunng Sl
i,tie.iie this. Write B. . care Herald.
TOR SVLE Only hardware .!
F)raiion. Apply boi 17t. Alpine. Texas.
iTutCAIi The bestj electric """" JS
piar in -outhwet Texas for sale. WUl
Jp. i - . thi- year Don f answer aniens
,fu hue money and mean business. Write
JOB BENT with or withort board, clean
front room close in. 4H W. Overland.
JIOOU AND BOARD Table boardersr Ml
Jveada. raone "
WHIMS AND BOARD Firstcmas; new
management, asi ff- .mi"-
IT RNISHED BOOMS,
aiih board. Tbone 7i-
1M N. Oregon.
BOOMS AND BOABD Also garage.
N Stanton. Phone is-
NEAL'S 513 MESA Phone S417.
ciean. borne cooajns-
BOOMS Board. 1M1
BOOH AND BOARD for 1 or 2 f?
in pruate home, terms reasonable, rnene
lSa J .
IV ANTED Lady to share large room and
rngT-oreTlth lady In excellent board
,n(r h' ue Phone 72-
TRM ATE BANK Loans money on farni
tur" pianos, diamonds, livestock, real es
tate etcTgood notes bought and sold.
Phone us or call at our office. Courteous
Segment and omdatlal ' d" -
i.. nn Two Reoubllos Bldg Ph. 1444
.. , ,,., trKnnTC
R nr suffer with rheumatism, stomach or
ki ini trouble when you can get Immediate
in i permanent reUef at Hot Wells. El Paso
rount. Texss? Beautlfuf sanitary bath
1 ouse expert masseur and good hotel ac
. immodations. Rates reasonable.
Answers to Herald Ads.
The following list or uncalled for
answers to HeraW Want Advertise
ments are now being held for delivery
at The Herald busiDess office:
lilt CB l SIITH Ph t!7I Rm- m
Real Estate, Lcaas, Insurance.
BROAIiIHS a LE BBO B.:P. 1W.
1. C III N NAM Ilione S17S. Room 418
BESTAUKA-T for aala 41S S. Stanton.
Rooms and Board.
GERMA home cooking by the week or
mntih all Mesa.
wont Will take SSOO at once. Second lien.
A. R. L. 117
A. J. B. I 12
A. It L. 127
B. G - M.
B 2-.0 P. O.
r is K. H.
c. us a s. D.
C 44 T.
C 160 17- 7!
E 174 W. US
K ii r -X. us
I 199 Veamor :
F 199 . CMtac
F c Oacbsaa
.1 O L. SC
J A a IM
Too Late to Classify. j
BLOCK ON MESA.
T 111 trade for house or for lots In lower
part of town.
Jay F. Knox.
209 Mills St. Phone Sit
Buyer for 3 or 4 room house; win pay
half cash balance terms. What have you?
A small investment secures a good post
tion Good dividends on money.
2 lots 'n. Grand Mew for good car. Will
pay cash for any difference.
oood 5 passenger car to trade for lots on
Byrem E. TVniraore.
80S Trust Bldg. Phone SOU.
A BEAL BARGAIN
A nice home that owner paid S47S tor
one year ago W1U 'aacrlflee for SS6M if
sold at once
D. G. Hcineman.
Phone 4t 2M Mills St
P.UB OF LOTS
On E Bio Grande St.. for sale on any
terms to suit purchaser.
On. D. Kendall, 208 Mesa Ave.
THE THOMAS SCHOOL, Brasos Flats.
Term opens Sept. 7 All primary and
mimxaar grades taught in morning classes.
o.j'-Mrtg in high school and grammar KTade
t t Ph vital culture classes conducted
I- A lert L. Le Blanc two evenings per
Virginia Thomas, PrincipaL
Too Late Jo Classify.
tage. pebble dashed end a dandy. S1559.
elan Mch n4 SIS monthly.
L 5 room
... . . . . 1KT SC1IOO
ito ai, " -.ir; k.lw,wvi fuw.,-i
sssswrws r.m. m. -. bat
sieft nairN SS6 MONTHLY will buy new
S..V. bnilUn feature paved street
I Price 1379
I Pr,ce W,M- Hawkins Bros.
t ITT .'... ..?i-. . na twirk an oornr.
i? AV -? ld ttra&
. . ,u, ... tl89: any
I Hawkins Bros.
ill TI IIOBL w)4SVW
ON WYOMING ST. """J. ?, n!"
lawn. "hide trees, paving paMU S mlnate.
walk of town. Price 3315. terms to salt.
BIG SACRIFICE 7
brick, dose In
on Canipbell SC. nice lawn, shade trees,
paTine paw. mast be sold at once. Price
rVYIVG 8 rBBCBVT INTEREST NET
?su brick hoVel 1 block of plana. Price
ArABTMEST HOUSE paylns 12 percent on
IM.SW. Will trade.
.WH1 trade good lots on
paved road. n
SAVE TO0R RB.VT.
4 room honse on Grand View Ave.; has
. rio and rsomy front and back
-d Price SS. its down and S
monthly. , -.
HowcU Realty Co.
IS Morgan BldK. Phone ttT.
S room modern lots,
never occupied. SS7SO. bak SIS per mo.
S rooms modern bungalow on I
south front lots: never occupied.
SSSSs. Pr ?Bth-,. ,
E. S. Pennebaker.
S7 Two Republics. Phone 2SIL
El Paso's last close In residence
district Look at the city map,
and compare distances. We have
a nice level corner on Stanton
St. for 9MM.M and one on new
pavement for S1650.W. These are
First NatL Bank Bldg. Phone G13.
S of the finest, aoota front. Bliss St.. all
buUtln features, famaee beat, hardwood
floors. Priced riant: good terms.
D. G. Hcineman.
g4I. IM MiUa St.
alaaee SZ5 per
I room adobe. 2 lots.
"S15 per month.
S room frame, well located. SIM
cash, balance S15 per month.
S room bungalow, close In. all balrt
in features, basement, walking dis
5 room bungalow, hardwood floors,
all builtin features, terms to suit,
4 room house. lots, chicken
hones. grass, trees everything. SIM
cash, balance Its per month.
Two Buss St. lota. SMA. Can you
Tradat 3e are headquarters. We
can match yoo.
nhite-Paden Realty Co.
11-12-11 Morgan Bldg. Phone ISIS.
$218 EACH WILL BUT
t of the best lots in Gov't. Hilt Other lets
in same block held for IMS.
4 Inside Iota, north front. In GoVt. HIIL
Can be had for ISM cash.
2 lots, corner. Grand View, near paved
street. S2M each. ,
Several building sites on. mesa, can be
had cheap now. Why wait and let the
other fellow get the benefit.
5 rooms. 2 porches, on car nne near
Country dub. S2SS. terms.
S7M bays modern home on Montana. St.
Terms can be made to suit.
$SSM. 9 room home. Ariaoaa St.; terms.
BHiard & Henry.
Phone 9M. IS Chamber of Commerce.
ON A .CORNER.
RIO GRANDE ST.
This home wul appeal to you It
yoa are looking for a typical bunga
low with 5 rooms handsomely fin
ished; good porches.
TERMS TO SUIT TOO.
3fayfleld Bldg. & Imp. Co, Inc.
ANTONE miO WANTS A HOME win not
pass op this one on Bliss St. for SsMf. 4
rooms, bath, glassed sleeping porch, base
ment and heating plant.
S room house on paved street. Walk, curb,
retaining wall an saving all In; 12 miantee
walk from poetofrlce. On quick sale. WUl
make price S7SS less than It can be dupli
Building sites near new high sebei site.
Paved street, walk and curb. Buy now
when price Is right.
3 southeast corner lots In Beasetl Add,
1 block from car Use for S7t each.
Anderson-Filler Realty Co.
1 to 4 Buckler Bldg. Phone iL
THERE ARE TIMES 1YTIEN ITS
GOOD BUSINESS TO SELL
A house for net cost. This Is one
time. We offer a beautiful bunga
low on this basis. 5 rooms and base
ment at S22SS on terma you can meet
MayfleM Bid;. Imp. Co, Inc.
DO NOT THINK
That you will fall to get perfect glasses.
Geo. D. Kendall. Soft Mcta Are.
MAKES GLASSES RIGHT.
5 room brick house, pebble dashed, large
hall and cellar, 7 corner Iota, fences, stable.
chicken houses, bearing fruit trees, shade
trees, hedge, vines and lawn. 1 block from
car line. Price SSMt: S2SM cash.
D. G. Hcineman.
Phone Sit. 29 Mills St.
THERE IS ONE PLACE
In El Paso where Glasses are made right.
Geo. D. Kendall, 2S Mesi Ave.
89 ACRES UPPER VALLEY.
About 29 miles up valley, and H mile
from station. Will trade for El Paso prop
erty Jay F. Knox.
MM) MIBs St. Phone SIS.
It ACRES CLOSE TO FT. BLISS.
A bargain at S12M t cash. Worth J24M.
D. G. Heineman.
Phone 841. 2M Mills St.
RENT 2 furnished
Call M9 Ange St.
FOR SALE Slightly used typewriter. Rem
ington visible No. K, good as new. Phone
ROOM AND BOARD for family of 4. Must
bo reasonable and out of business district.
If possible with sleeping porch; give loca
tion and price. If satisfactory will be
steady boarder Address G. 212. care Herald.
WANTED Position by ftrstelass mlllraan.
Spanish spoken. Can get results from cheap
labor. Write Concentrates, care Herald.
TWO LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rent
hot water and light. Pboae 4ST9. IMS N
FURNISHED tent house for rent or far
sale cheap. Phone 3122 W.
EXPERIENCED man cook wants position
la camp, country hotel or eating honse.
Write G 211. Herald. .
FOR SALE Furniture of S room honse and
sleeping porch, all In good condition, fur
nished, for 2 families; house rents for S30
Ml N St. Vraln.
NICELY furnished room, suitable for 2 gen
tlemen. 322 W Missouri St.
3 ROOM furnished apt. and bath large
screened sleeping porch beautiful location.
Sunset Height" Phone 1521. "".
LADY deire. practical nurslngor hou'-e
iei-ping in or out of city "Write X. 60.
Too Late to Classify.
WANTED Young- Brown Leghorn Bens. ,
Phone 678 w
WANTED Good Mexican girl. "TfSSSlo:
ST housework. 1939 Antonio. .
Phon. leu '
j Phono 3673.
j FOIt SALB Complete fsrniaMnss lOf I
room .p,ment, dcio In on Bonlernrd:
fjf glassed In sleeping porch, wm
j ! or would rent furnished. Phone 4949 I
"SLOST 5latnni- .ninr An Texas or MjT i
tie. west of rv.t. a .ntoinobile start- '
- . w ..-, s-aa.. .J.-.
, "- crank and front top strap. .-
i Please return to SIS Texan Reward.
FOR SALE Modem room
Missouri St.. half cash, balance time. Phone
"1 or call afternoons.
7 RODHii ... t a brick, fall
j basement, on the best block on Bio Grande
St. It a a beauty. Stsoj Andyon can let
w ..a fw - .
menu and racant lots. Seo OTioffl. phone ly for some weeks, but it was not nn
. "I Monday that he showed symptoms
IS feet Int nt fnuA S4M tO SS4M.
J feii pnone 2SM
3IBSA LOTS s s- rawrner close In. SIllIS.
on the first mesa- Ton can't beat this
price. S4a p,r lot j;s cash, balance 3
yearn CKelll. phone !.
WANTED TJnfarnlahMl room. ClOSS In. Pli-
vate family, reasonable terms. Phone isil. ,
VALLEY HOME TO TRADE FOR CITY I
rwriin 32 acres. S room nouse ana i aiaes ana wool ana snipping to w ".
large barn. 2 acres alfalfa: on north loop When the "Constitutionalists- in
Jv?d,rd. IS miles from M Paso. Write augurated their campaign in Chihuahua
I4iv. Herald. I and Durango, Mr. Reiser left Mexico
LOST Pink knit shawl for baby carriage I or New York on a business trip. Mrs.
on Montana or Boulevard Sunday evening, f
housekeepisg roams. Ml N.
1 ISM Ma-
ROOMS for lady teachers. 1M9 Florence.
SALE Fine White Leghorn laying
Mrs. Clem Pollock. 133 Wyoming.
FOR-LBASK I room unfurnished apart
meat, steam heated, no children, invalids
or dogs; references required SIS W. Mis
souri St. Phone J5- '
FOB BENT -bath,
Xice front room adjoining
Phone 4S1S W.
FOR SALF, New top buggy including storm
robe and side curtains, only J 50 If taken
louay or tomorrow 4M Erie St,
Ohio. Highland Park ear
SAVE lOBK BENT Any salaried man can
own a home. Ask Howell. IS Morgan Bldg.
FOB BENT s room cottage, furnace heat,
large sleeping porch, garage; near Coun
try club. Phone 4544.
HOME COOKING Johnston House, earner
Oregon and W Missouri.
BOOM AND BOARD U Myrtle.
WANTED Thoroughbred White Leghorn
eggs for hatching. Phono 47S2 W. ,
FOR BENT 2 untarnished connecting
rooms, adjoining bath. Phone 1847.
FOB SALE Complete set of Monteasorl
material and books. Address G. 2M Herald.
i. w. .m,.... !
,on.iui r On. I
WANTED Cook stove
Water connections. Phone CHI J One
base burner for sale chesp.
WANTED TO BENT House of 4 or S
rooms: permanent. Address X. T. Z, care
FOR RENT One beautifully furnished 2
room apartment; one 2 room apartment and
single room. 32C W Missouri.
WANTED A man who is a hustler to accept
position and invest 310M In a rapidly grow
ing business. See Howell, IS Morgan Bldg.
FOR SALE CHEAP A fine lot of chickens,
also 2 fine singing canaries. A bargain.
Call 1112 Hutton St. or pnone 2833.
X1CSLX furnished room connected with
PRIVATE SCHOOL 122S Olive.
TWO LIGHT housekeeping rooms, good lo
cation: so children. Phone C459 T.
ILLINOIS BOTTLE JUNK COMPANY.
IMS Overland Phone 1C4L
AUTO TRUCK for sale cheap, soluble for
transfer or delivery work. 2 tons capacity,
SS horsepower. S7M Crltchett A Ferguson.
21 San Francisco St. Seo at Two Republics
Garage; 4M Texas.
FOR SALE 31 young White Leghorn hens.
If It's Worth Flavins;. ir Worth Pny
We don't have to give our advertis
ing away. In order to get It- Our
patrons are satisfied to buy It- A word
to the wise. Advertisement.
RAILROAD AND AUTOMOBILE
All trains arrive and depart from Union
depot, foot of San Francisco street. All
arrivals amr departures given in El Paso or
mountain standard time.
Fer Albuquerque. Denver. Chicago. Los
Angeles Lv. S.M a. m. and S:M p. m.
From Albuquerque. Denver. Chicago. Los
Angeles Ar. 1-M a. m. and t:ie p. m.
EL TASO SOUTHWESTERN.
For Arizona and Sonora Lv. 2:4-0 a. m,
2 p. m. and Hi p. m.
From Arizona and Sonora Ar. 7:45 a. xxl.
2:3 p. ra. and 410 p. m.
For Kansas City. St. Louis. Chicago Lv.
1:45 p. m. and 1 5 p. m.
Fro.-n Kansas City. SC Louis and Chicago
Ar. 6-3S a. m, 1:45 p. m.
C, 1L I b. A. AND S. P. TRAINS.
For San Antonte. New Orleans. Washing,
ton Lv g'45 a. m. and 11.99 p. m.
From San Antonio, New Orleans. Wash
ington Ar. Si49 p. m. and 3:18 p. m.
For Arizona and California Lv. S:S3 a.
m. aad 9:39 p. m.
From Arizona and California Ar. S:0
a. m, 19:30 p. ra.
For Dallas and St. Louis Lv. 7:.E m .
S:3d p. m.
From Stv Louis and Dallas Ar. 9:39 a.
m, 3:S0 p. m.
NATIONAL RAILWAYS OF MEXICO.
(No regular service.)
MEXICO .NORTH WESTERN.
(No regular service.)
GLOBE TO rllOENIX.
Eight hours. Via Roosevelt dam. Leaves
Dominion hotel. Globe, dally. S:3 a. ra.
Arrive Phoenix 4:30 p. m. Fare. SIS. Make
reservations in advance.
Gila Taller Auto Stage Line. Glebe Arlx.
ROSWELL-CABIUZOZO MAIL LINE.
Passenger service leavfnar both RmwsII
and Carrtzozo daily and Sunday at S a. ra.
ior t-icaeno. uinnie. Hondo. XJncola. Ft.
Stanton. Capltan end NogaL
Through fare one way. 38.49. Interme
diate points at 9c per mile. Baggage carried
up to i pounds, m pounds free.
at lc per pound
Roswell Anto Co.
Owners and Operators.
LAS CROCKS AUTO LINE
FOE MESILLA VALLEY POINTS.
Leaves Herald office each week day at
3 p. m. Fares from El Paso to
CanuUUo s .7S
Mesautte .... L7S
Mestlla Park 2.M
j Las Ctucm 2.M
" a vruces Lirug ;o. xor zu raw
at C'is n. m. dally.
ELEPHANT BUTTE AND HOT SPRINGS
Clay Davidson. Prep, EnrJe. N. M.
Leave Engle dally. 3 a. m. and 2 p. ra.
Fares from Bogie to
Elephant Butts ................. -S2.M
Hot Springs 3.M
Return feres same by appointment.
BLACK RANGE AUTO STAGE AND
Passenger service, leaving Engle and
Chloride dally, except Sunday, at 7 a. m.
for Elephant Butte. Cuehlllo. Willow
Springs and Falrview. Through fare one
way. S; Intermediate points, 19c per mile.
Baggage carried- S9 pounds free, excess
2 cents per pound.
MONAIIANS, GRAND FALLS. IMrERLVL
AND BUENA VISTA bTAGE LINE.
Car leaves Monahans 7 00 a. m.
ArrKes clrandfalli 9 00 a. m.
Arries Buent lsta 11 30 a m.
Returnlng armes Monahans 4 09 p. ra.
Fare S" '0 narh wiy
J. W. Brows, Monahans. Texas.
Prominent El Pasoan Sud
denly Stricken; to Be
Sent to Sanitarium.
Becoming violently insane while In a
local bank Monday afternoon. Fred W.
rteiser. a nmmfnnt xr.t Pssosil con
' nected with th ,-. Af Flnnia-nn-
' Brown ivinnnv .. iaVn in iharM
by the police and is being held In the
county jail pndiE arrangements for
.s umnsier to a private sanitarium .
of the Btka lodge of this city. He
is also a member of the Foreign club
at Chihuahua. The Elks are completing
arrangements to have him transferred
to a private sanitarium, it is said.
Mr. Reiser has been in the employ
Of tfe) Ptnnfv.n.RmiFii MimlttllT fOr
a 1aii tw. an . nnA nf its most
trusted employes. He had charge- or
the Chihuahua branch office, buytaeT
neiser remain eo at v;ninuanuu auu -
1 listed as a Red Cross nurse, caring for
toe wounded confined in the nospiiai
there. Mr. Reiser returned August 1
and joined his wife at the Chihuahua
hospital. He at once announced that
her mind, was affected and insisted that
she come to El Paso for treatment.
They came here and rentd an apart
ment aad a physician was secured
ostensibly to look after Mrs. Reiser,
but in reality to care for him.
He labored under the delusion that
he would need a large sum of money
to carry out the treatment for his
wife and went to a local hank and de
manded the money. His arrest fol
lowed. Nevs Brevities
All afternoon and night trains for
Tuesday are reported on time.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physl-lan In chief:
Dr. X Alkire. ltdy specialist: Dr. Carl
Gibson. 201 W. Missouri street. They
cured others. They can cure you.
Charced With Wife Beatlnc
Charged with beating his wife and
creating a disturbance in the vicinity
at Washlne-ton nark. F. Gaylord was
arrested Tuesday morning by the police.
He wiU be given a hearing in the corpo
A larpre slock of roofing paper of
best quality, S1.ZS per roll and up. Lan
der Lumber Co, phone 382.
American Cengratulnte Q.ueer
London. Eng, Sept. L A dispatch to
the Renter Telegram company from
Amsterdam says all Americans now In
Holland Anday sent congratulations
to queen Wilhelmina on the occasion of
her 34th birthday.
We buy, sell and exchange electric
motors. Southwestern Electric & Ma
chine Co, ph. 131$. P. O. box 111; 301
San Francisco St-
Fire Deitroya Bishop's Palace.
London, Eng, Sept. 1. Plre Monday
night destroyed the palace of the bishop
of Llandaff, on the outskirts ot Car
Fbone 627. Wllson-Mlllican. the best
cleaners. White work a specialty.
Cripple Creek Output $.1,550 Tun-.
Cripple Creek, Colo, Sept. 1, The
output of the Cripple Creek mining dis
trict for August totaled 85,550 tons with
a gross bullion value of J1.13C377.
Don't give yonr baggage checks to
any one on the train. Save them for
Longwelrs quick auto delivery service.
Fcderico Moye a VIsKor.
Federico Moye arrived Monday from
Chihuahua and will spend the week
here. He was governor of Chihuahua
during the period after Gen. Salvador
Mercado evacuated the city and
marched to Ojlnaga until Villa took
possession of the town.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, 29J R.-B. BMg.
Dr. Anna Reum, Buckler Bid---. VeL 577
Pesquelra Back From Coast
Roberto Pesquelra, the new director
of the Mexican railroads, has returned
from a vacation trip to Los Angeles. En
route to 1 Paso he stopped at Douglas
and visited his ranches near Agua
Wright cleans clothes cleanest in El
Paso. Automobile delivery. Phone 342.
Gen. Obreiron Guest at Luncheon.
Samuel Belden, attorney for the "Con
stitutionalists,' and Rafael E. Muiquiz.
"Constitutionalist' consul general at
El Paso, entertained Gen. Alvaro Onre
gon and staff at luncheon Tuesday at
the Paso del Norte hotel.
Save your baggage checks for Long
well's quick delivery service. Phone L
Private J. A. Ervin. company I. ISth
cavalry, was arrested Tuesday morn
ing on Broadway, for creating a dis
turbance and resisting an officer.
266A bargains In sash and pane, doors,
windows and odd sash. Lumber sold on
easy payments. Lander Lumber Co,
To Preach at Bcrino.
I. X Ayera, of Trinity Methodist
church, will conduct the church ser
vices Sunday morning at the Berino
Old suits made new by Wright's sani
tary dry cleaning process. Phone 34S.
Axtor Donntrs S1S5.0OO.
London, Eng, Sept. 1. William Wal
dorf Astor has contributed J125.OO0
to the prince of Wales relief fund,
which Is now approaching ?lt,90.0M.
Clothes cleaned, pressed Wright.
Dr. Paget, dentist, 502 Rpberts-Banner
Densla-i Man a Vltllor.
K J Huxtable. of Douglas. Ariz, Is
here buying goods for the Douglas
Drug company, of -which he Is the
owner. Mr. Huxtable accompanied the
El Paso Adclub delegation to Toronto
and did some fine advertising work
for Douglas and its copper mines
The Van now open; new building,
strictly modern; alt outside rooms: con
necting baths, us San Francisco.
Phone 1 for Longwelrs taxicabs.
Returni to Tncson Position.
John A. Gary and wife are in the
city from SIKer City. Mr. Gary has
been connected in an official capacity
with the SlUer City waterworks and
is . n route to Tucson. Ariz, to re
sume bis former position as water
set-lice repairman at that point. They
will be here a day or two.
Hill. Optician of Precision. 421 Mesa.
Thone 1 for auto baggage trucks.
Title Company Manager Here.
J K Quaitl nf -,alvc;ton. who Is to
.iM- charge ol Hie title fiuarant dc-
REHBUSE BILL !
Emergency Measure, En
dorsed by Administration,
Before Texas Legislature.
Austin. Texas, Sept- 1. The house Is
... j.h.rlnr the emergency bonded
1 warehouse bill as reported today by the
' Joint house warehouse committee. This
Utne administration bill, with its so
called Dove amendments which arcaat
, isfactory to those favoring rtate con
' . i h immiis of warehouses.
The entire bill was read in the house,
which consumed an hour. Immediately
after the reading of the bill had been
concluded, representative Humphrey of-...-..
... amendment to sections three
and four, which apply to state owner
ship ot warehouses. The adoption of
". .v . . ah1J atnlfa ... a
this amenameni. . ...
vital feature of the measure. This
amendmerk U now being debated.
Fcrjiuson Declines to Speak.
The speaker read a telegram from
governor elect Ferguson. In which the
Utter declined the invitation -to ad
dress the legislature during the present
session. Mr. Ferguson declared that
this was no proper time In which to
divert the attention of the lawmakers
from their duties by speechmaklng. The
reading of the telegram elicited much
After consuming practically two
hours debating the question, the senate
has adopted a resolution, offered by
senator Cowell. providing that the sea
ate 'oday resolve Itself Into a commit
tee of the whole for the purpose of con
sidering all warehouse bills that have
been favorably reported on, after an
amendment by senator Austin was
adopted, which included all warehouse
The senate Is now considering those
measures as a committee of tne whole.
Bnllry to Visit Anitln.
A room at one of the leading hotels
here has been reserved for former
United States senator J. W. Bailey,
which indicate that the senator Intends
to avail himself of the opportunity of
addressing the house. It is not known,
however. Just when the senator will
appear. There is a strong chance of
a resolution being Introduced in the
senate inviting Mr Bailey to also ad
dress that body during his stay at Aus
tin. partment of the new Stewart Title
Guaranty company, has arrived and is
staying at the Paso Del Norte. The
Stewart company has opened for busi
ness in the Two Republics buildins.
having taken over the 1 Paso Title
Phone 1 for rent ears.
Dr. Jamieson. diseases of Kidney. Blad
der. Skin and Rectum. SIS Mlits Bldff.
Big Grain Cargo Leaves.
Philadelphia. Pa, Sept. 1. One of the
largest cargoes of wheat and flour to
leave this port since the outbreak of
the war in Europe was shipped on the
British steamship Myra Fell Monday
for Leigh. Scotland. The vessel's cargo
includes 1.092,000 pounds of flour and
nearly 110.094 bushels of wheat- The
Italian steamship Fert also sailed with
774S tons of coal for ports in Italy.
Dr. Bbert, dentist. 216-218 Mills Bldg.
Spanish War Veterans Meet.
Louisville, Ky, Sept. 1 Interest In
today's session of the United Spanish
American war veterans' nth annual
encampment here centered chiefly m
the nomination of officers for the
coming year. The election and the
selection of the next encampment city
will take place Wednesday. Among
the candidates mentioned for eon
maaderinchief is J. Forrester, Cali
fornia. CnrtUs-Manninc Co, Stock Brokers.
Yields Government ot Salvador.
Washington. D. C. Sept L Pres
ident Carlos Melendez. of Salvador, has
turned over the government to vice
president Alfred Quinonex Molena. ac
cording to reports to the state de
partment. President Melendez intends
to offer himself as a candidate at the
elections March L
El Pa3 Distilled Water Co, Ph. 4S3
Cutter Returns Without Castaways.
Nome. Alaska. Sept. I The revenue
cotter Bear, which left Nome July M
for Wrangell island via Point Barrow
to rescue the 18 white men, three
Eskimos and one Eskimo woman who
found shelter on the island after
Stefansson s Canadian exploring ship
Karluk had beeu wrecked last Janu
ary, is returning to Nome without the
Phone 1 for Longwell's limousine.
AH) FROM COUNTY
Paupers of El Paso county are re
ceiving their monthly allowance from
the treasurer's office. A sum totalling
J 44)1 is being distributed among the
poor and destitute by the treasurer. In
this number are three American women
and CO Mexicans.
One hundred dollars of the pauper
fund goes each month to the Women's
associated Charities and S5 to the
Sunshine society. These societies use
the money feeding and clothing the
destitute. Aside from the money re
ceived from the county treasurer's
office, these societies spend large
sums of money contributed by their
members for the work among the
But a few of the paupers who re
ceive their dole from the county treas
urer a on ice can read and write.
Treasurer J. D Ponder uses the thumb
print system for receipts. Each per
son that receives money from the treas
urer places his or her thumb on a red
ink pad and then on the receipt. There
are no two thumb prints alike, each
having some individual peculiar lines.
This prevents persons from getting
money more than once a month.
ALTOS IN COLLISION.
Shortly after 1 oclock Tuesday after
noon, a car said to have been driven by
Mrs. M. AInsa ran into the car of Dr
T. J. McCament in front of the MIBs
building. The Atnsa car was going
north on Oregon at the time, while Dr.
McCament was turning out from the
curb. The Ainaa car struck his machine
broadside, tearing off a fender, spring
ing the radiator and damaging one of
the fore doors. No one was injured Toe
collision caused quite a bit of excite
ment and a large crowd collected in the
VOLI-XTBBRS DIE IX FIGIIT.
Paris, France. Sept. 1 A dispatch
to the Havas agency from NIsh. Ser
via. says that eight of the Italian
tiaribaldlan volunteers, who are fight
ing with the Servians against Aus
tria have thus far fallen in the fight
ing on the frontier.
MADK IX BL PASO.
Ornamental Stone Mantels. Lawn and
Tou can have something different In
the way of a mantel in your home. We
are making them here and will set
them in for you. '
The cost is little more than brick.
Will replace the old wooden or brick
one with something ornamental and
Your buniraiow will not be complete
without one of our mantels They
hae the individuality.
If you are building Insist on your
architect including a R A IL) orna
mental stone mantel
Yird urns end porch ornaments
rp-ulo to our order
lULLM r MKNRT. MiTluf-icturers.
1. Chamher of I'ommtrct
, t Vd.riis-'mt.nt
Five Days' Session Begins
in High School Audi
The EI Paso county teachers insti
tute opened a five days' session Tues
day morning in the auditorium of the
El Paso high schooL The prog-am
began with the Invocation by Rev. L.
R. Millican. of Allamore. Princ :.al
A. H. Hughe. of the El Paso high
school, made the address of welcome.
Mr Hughey took the point that among
teachers the welcome should not be j
needed as a meeting of teachers with
teachers in school buildings should be
upon common ground and urped the ;
greater use of all school buildings as
community centers lor tne people oi
the school districts. Mr. Hughey also
urged the cooperation of the county
schools with the Texas School league,
to send pupils to participate in the
annual debates, declamation contests.
track meets and tennis meets of the
schools of the league, held in Austin.
Miss Katherine Harper, In her re
.sponse, commented upon the need of
War's Effect on Education.
Superintendent R. J. Tighe delivered
the address of the morning upon the
subject. "What effect will the war in
Europe have upon education." Mr.
Tighe summed up the cause that led
to the war. the pan-slavism movement,
the slow revolutions for democratic
form of government going on among
the masses of the people in Russia
and Germany, the Jealousy of Germany
and England over commerce. the
vengeance of France, and the ambi
tion of Russia to gain an ontiet to
the Black sea. The Immediate effect
upon education in Europe, he said,
would be atarmntion. The final effect
will depend upon the result of the
w TV T,.al v!n and vslntt more '
. European territory." he said, "it will
mean a setback to education, a detri
ment to civilization, and the continua
tion of militarism in Europe, as the
other nations would feel It necessa-y
to repel the encroachments upon Ihem
by the Slavs. If Germany is victorious
and the kaiser demands more terri
tory, education will suffer, as the
other nations will remain venseful
and militarism will continue" If. on
the other hand, the kaiser would be
content to return to bis own domains,
Mr. Tighe thinks It will result In bet
ter educational institutions and a bet
ter chance for the brotherhood of man
to become universally felt.
The Afternoon Session.
The afternoon session of the In
stitute was devoted to talks upon the
work of the bureau of education, sir
en by Miss May Campbell, the "Con
ference for Education in Texas." by
Mrs. Thomas J. Yoe, and educational
problems in El Paso county and Sow
to solve them, by Mrs. Elizabeth Seay.
Wednesday's morning session will be
devoted to sectional work in the
various subjects taught in the primary
and Intermediate grades -
With the Welsh and Belgian
Fields Idle and Russia Cut
, Off, Situation Is Serious.
New Tork. Sept J. With the Welsh
and Belgian coal fields idle and the
Russian fields cat off from trade,
neutral countries all over the world are
faced with a fuel famine and may have
to shut down electric lighting and
heating plants and suspend railway
transportation. In consequence.
This is due to a paralysis of the
trade routes of the Atlantic ocean. As
soon as these are opened up, the
United States will sell Immense quan
tities of coal at a high price and coal
operators will reap fortunes.
Just at present urgent cable mes
sages from almost every nation in Cen
tral and South America and from Italy.
Sweden. Switzerland, Norway and Hol
land are being received here begging
for coal at any price.
Their light and power motive plants
have only a sunolv for about two
months in most cases, a prominent coal
dealer said here today. This is a very
narrow margin and it is feared manu
factories in these countries will be
rendered helpless by lack of fuel.
The foreign consumer, because ot
high charter and war risk rates, is al
ready paying double the price to do
mestic consumers. Coal charters have
doubled in price.
The shippers of coal are hoping that
a naval victory by the British will
open the sea and that the bill ad
mitting foreign built bottoms to
American registry will Induce British
and German bottoms now in these har
bors to become part of the American
TWO MORE BUTTE
MINES ARE CLOSED
Butte. Mont, Sept. 1. The Original
and Gagnon mines, employing about
700 men. were closed this morning after
they had been visited by a committee
of the new workers' union as the day
i shifts were a-oins- down. The commit-
j tee inspected the cars f the miners
; and when the whistle blev it was found
I that about 100 men of theWay shift had
, failed to report. The foreman there
upon decided to close the mines for 24
There was no di-torder at the mines,
and it was announced by the committee
of the mine workers that there would
be no more deportations. All the men
who appeared for work held cards In
the new mine workers' union
The town is quiet, it is understood
the militia will not be brought here
until further disorders are threatened.
PACKING PLANT IS
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Taeoma. Wash, Spet. 1. The main
plant of the Carstens Packing company
was destroyed by fire early today, en
tailing a loss estimated at $700,000 to
31.9O9.000. Hundreds of heads of cat
tle, sheep and hogs were run out of the
pens and It is believed all the animals
CARDINALS SEEK WAR
NEWS BEFORE CONCLAVE
Rome. Italy. Sept. 1 A majority of
the enrdinals. before they entered the
conclave hall today to select a ruin
sought to learn the latest news from '
tne war zones, several or them have
close relatives in the armies.
Cardinal PiffL archbishop of Vienna,
has five members of his fimilj- at the
front with the Austrians Cardinal Bil
lot already has been informed that one
of his nephews h-s been killed and
another dangerouilv wound, d in the
trench lines Cardinal on Hartmann.
archbishop of Colocre ha- two rela
ties who are offners in tne Oerman
The condition of cardinal Mecier is
pitiful. He ii archbishop of Millne--,
Belgium, and armed in Rome without
i cent in his pot-kets He suvs how--r
that Immc lnlel tht -oi.He is
-ifled he -will reni--n to Itli-e--. t en
I ' - h lie h is to to afoor.
Speculators Who Believe
Upturn Due to Change
tNOTE Qwfttmtloiu rflet closliis price
Tfci-tUj. Sept. 2.
Chlca. HI . Seyt. L Whett rallied to
day after an early break doe to aaJes by
Bpssctttators. who believid that an up torn of
21 cent In the last few weeks was enough
for the present. The opening-, which range-i
from H to lc lower, was followed by a
nrint; well above Monday nlffht's level.
The close was unsettled. to lLc net
Corn swayed with wheat. After a start
that was to He down, prices went some
what htffher than the previous close.
The close was nervous. & to -fee under
The continuance of export demand pat
strength Into oats.
Provisions sassed. notwithstanding an
adanco in the hog market.
Grain and Provisions.
CMeafo Grate, clew.
Wheat Sept.. IL19; Dec, SL14X: May.
Corn Dec T2H: May. T4.
Oats Doc 51 ; May. S4
Cbieaco rrevtsieBS. Close.
Pork ept, 3 99; Jan.. 33.73.
Lard Sept, 19 IS; Jan, 19.97.
Ribs Bent, 13.99; Jan., 1LS7.
Chlraco Livestock. Oeee.
Chicago. Ill . Sept. L Cattle Beeeipta
4999. market steady. Beeves. 35 75010 99;
steers. 36 3569 35. stockers aad feeders.
S5 59;3.15. cows and heifers. 33.3999 49;
calves. 17 75611.25
Hos-s Recta 13.009. market strons-. 5 to
19c hlcher bulk. 3305099. light. 39 100
9 95. mixed. SS 8509 CO. heavy. S3 7909 50;
rough. 38 7003 85. pigs. 35 501 59.
Sheep Rects. 39.000. market steady.
Sheep. 34.70475 50. yearlings. 35.4009 35;
lambs. 35 75 7 C5.
Kansas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas Cltv Mo Sept 3. Cattle Rects.
12 009 market steady Prime fed steers.
39 75019 50. dressed beef steers: 38 000
9 90 western steers. 39 3507.59. cows. 34 25
07 25, heifers, 39 2509 59. stockers and
feeders. 3SOO08 25. bulla, J5.2508 75;
calies, 39.59019 59.
Hors Rects. 7099: market higher; bulk.
39 19 35: heavy 39 209 49: packers and
batchers. S9 1509 424. lis. 99.1909 35;
pigs. SS 990S 75.
Sheep Rects. 13.999: market steady.
Lambs. 36-5007 40, yearlings. 35 5906.25;
wethers. J5.25t5.40. ewes. 34.5905.15.
St- Loafts Livestock. CSeee.
St Louis. Mo, Sept. 1 Cattle Recta.
4990 market steady Native beef steers.
7S9019.9. cows and heifers. 39.9909 59;
Blockers and feeders, 35.907.5. southern
steers, 39.9903.25. cows and heifers. 34.040
5.59. native calves. 349019 35.
Rocs Recta 09; market higher. Pics
and light, 37 09 65. m.ted and butchers.
39 2509 55: good heavy. 99 4509 SS.
Sheep Recta. 1109. market taady Na
tl muttons. 94.9905.99. lambs, 37 00 0
Fort Worth IJ restock. doe.
(By Zelger Hotel)
Cattle Recta. 33. includtna; 999 calves.
Steers. SS.590T99. sxoeker steers. 34.500
6.15: cows. 33.7505.59: heifers. S4.S907 59;
bulla, 34.505.5: calves. 96.507 50.
Boas Recta. 19M: top. 39.65; bulk. 39 25
Sheep Recta. 29. Wethers, 95 5005 75;
ewes. 35.9905.50: yearlings. 36 0006-0.
'ambs. 37 2a.
MONEY AND METALS.
NETW YORK MARKET.
(By seorlal Press.)
New Tork. SepC L Cloaliia.: Commer
cial bills. 7.
Sterling excitant. TM-aalnal: for cables,
S97 75: for demand. 596.5.
Bar silver. 53 K.
St. Lssns Lead and SseHrr.
St. Losth-, Mo, Sept. L Lead. 375, spel
THE LOCAL MARKET.
Mexican cm i suit. 35.
Mexican gold, 49.
Mexican peso (Kl Pa b-ayrnc price) 44.
Villa isnaslj. 32: Carransa currency,
24; Cblbaaha emrrency, 23(4.
B rase SmeMer (tnotaHess.
Pig lead, 3.
H. & H. sttvor. 3SH.
PRICE OF HORSES
AND MULES RISES
Chicago, BL. Ssai. L Heavy demand tor
horses and suitable for army pur
poses for natJoas engaged In the European
war has caused prices to advance from $54
to J10 per asad higher than a year ago,
it was said at the Chicago stock yards to
day An agent said to represent the gsnidtun
gavernment. was reported to have pgrchaefrd
-tM horses to be seat to England.
S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL
TURE, WKATHKR BUREAU.
f YBM HE'S A
BUT HUNT SO
PINTO SAT AW A
X S a. m. 76th at--idlan
time (9 a. m.
SI Paso time). Sept.
23 Paso and vicin
ity Fair tonight and
New Mexico To
night and Wednes
day fair; not much
change la tempera
ture... West Texas To
night and Wednes
day, generally fair.
Fnciattatiaa asr. . hours area).......
Lowest temp, last Ughl I I I
Weather at 3 a. m. I '
Rhrnoet yesterday I I j I
Tama, at 3 a. m.....l III I
AbUsae 74 33 T) Pt-ddy a
Ansaruw 99 94 9 dear 9
Atlanta. ...i 79 99 33 dear
Bole. Idaho 4 33 43 dear
Boston 73 S 9 dear a
Chicago 79 83 7 rata
Ctndaaatt II SI li cloudy 9
Denver.. ........... 53 84 53 rata .94
Detroit 79 S3 7 etoudy .64
Doroth. Mian S3 6 S3 cloudy .94
El Paso 71 96 71 clear 9
Galveston.. ........ S3 93 clear 9
Havre. Moat, 4! 64 43 dear .94
JacksoavUI 79 94 73 cloudy
Little (took 74 99 73 dear
Las Assteles .5 7: 63 ctoodv
NashvOle 73 8! 71 pt cloy 3
New Orleans 79 : 79 eiaar 1.99
Nsw Tork 7: 33 7 clear
Omaha ... 34 94 64 dear .93
Phooalx 63 93 99 dear
Rapid City. S. D 46 69 44 rain .59
Roswell 4 99 94 dear
St. Louis 79 99 74 dear 9
Salt Lake City 93 9 9 coax 9
SanAntoalo 79 94 T pt-cldy
Saa FTaajctsea si II H doudy 9
Santa Fa 5 74 4 clear
Seattle 53 99 53 foggy
Washington 73 86 66 pr, cldy
Wichita. Xaas 74 94 74 clear
fans 39 99 69 dear
Buys uptodate S room cot
tage, close In on California
St. 1500 cash, bal. 30 per
KILBURN LINHSKY CO.,
TOBIN REAL ESTATE CO.
103 Main St.