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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, ISTor. 12, 1914
The First National Bank Building
- and Those Who Occupy Itl
Cigars and Periodicals.
FRED BROMBBROBR Grd. floor. Ph. 1652.
DR. LEE MglNTOSIt, Dentist Ph 523 R, 608
WTLUAMB Detective Agcy Ph. 4406 R. 616
TEXAS THTTJIJTHIC CO Ph. 2355 R. 79
DR. CARL L. SMITH Ph 1171 nra 187
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance.
JAMES T SMITH.
Ready Reference Business . Directory
DALTOX Adding; Machines. SI Mills Bt
COVFIDENTLW, ADVICE concerning soil
r 4 . rop adaptation. R. A Harris, rnone
i t ,. .nwii.(m..t Kail ana nortlcul-
Report furnished for rnode-
KI-iniK u nAMRL LAWYER.
' Mills Bldg Phone 613 J
LI I'SO WELDING CO. Broken auto and
machine parts welded good as new, all work
u nn ecd 610 N Kansas.
MTOMOBILE repairing done efficiently
ai J promptly Amsr Motor A Machine Wks.
J H Hurxthal. Trop. SIS Texas St
GENERAL AJTMe3IU5 REPAIRING
H H Upser. SOS N Kansas Stj
GENERAL LATHE and machine work, auto
mobile repairing Amer Motor & Machine
Works T H Hurrthal Prop SIS Texas 8t
W. A. WILLIAMS.
Auction Sales and Commission RroLer.
Office Phone L Residence Phone 3SI0
Office Entrance to Caples Bldg
I Sell Everything at Auction or Private Sale.
GOODRICH T1KK6 AND TI UES AT
I'EROKNX llKUr JU rmuss.
Also complete vulcanising piant for all
repairs. G. Klaffert SIS San. rrancisco St
EI Paso Rubber Co
AN SKI.I, any kind of bottles.
1401 MTTtle Phone 2210
Santo actram Cleaner for rent Ph. 2988
D18VNG & WELLBORN. XrilONE 3699
Mc ira and Vacuum Carpet Cleaning
C VRPETS CLEANED and general bouse-
ork Duntley Vacuum Cleaning Oo. Ph S218
tHIMNK 8HKKP Stoves set up and re
p ired All work guaranteed. Joe, at Legal
Fur r-o 2t S 8taaton. Phone S-7S4
IE8SOS Sc; firing Mrs. Nafe. Fh. 1494
IIVND I'ALVTED CHLNA Lessons. SOc
Mri- Walters. 401 Prospect Phone 4049 J
Cleasing and Pressing.
BRING rS YOUR CLOTHES TO PRESS.
Only 8c a Suit. Morehead, the Tailor
4n: N Oregon Phona SS86
I A .KKNK KKRSHNKR for
ps N El Paw Phone Hit.
INSTRUCTION In all new dances. Miss
-tone 36 Bnckler Block. Ph. S704-2M4
BITTONS COVERED Angela Cl'g Vki.
CLASSY DRESSMAKING Phone (66 J.
WE DO DRESSMAKING, crocheting
(r fr iderirg at (II N El PaSo.
bN.PI RIENCED WOMAN would like sew
ini, I the day Phone 6157 W
CHILDREN'S DRESSES Plain sewing, lat
c i tlerns. Mr H irrls 90o N Stanton.
PLIN AND 1-VNO SEWING Alterations,
-Jar-ling men nig and repairing 417 Texas.
Plinr r 3774
HfcMhTITCHING HOKk by expert demon
strator executed on short notice and reaaon
ai f ratcb Singer Store. 81 El Paso 8t
Ladies and dry goods concerns who Intend
hating work of this kind done will do well
n call upon a for full particulars.
-ELECTRIC IHOXS, $JO EVERY DAT.
FJ rate Heebie Railway Co.
Fle.tnr- Bldg -Phone 1321.
1101 hUloLl) COODS packed, stored and
Wpp-d- DuSamc A. Wellborn. Phone 3
l'Ai KING and shipping household goods our
iped ,iy Furniture repairing, finishing and
upholstering R. L. Daniel Furniture. Mat
!" Factory 410-12 Myrtle Phone 1025
riUNITCKK -BEl'AIKED ITohol.ri.nw-
cuMjns made to order, prices reasonable.
CTS BBTAIREH Allen Arms Cycle Co.
.INS REPAIRF.D W iCm x
PI me 51 j
II MOHR rAV8 THE HIGHKbT PRICES
" r gjm and tools. Rlna us un if sab
Ring as up 41. 309
liJJNOIS- BOCTXK & JUNK COMPANY.
10 ) erUind Phone 1041. a--a.
HEKHVN HLOOH- CO. Scrap metmT
iopitr l.rois. bon,s, wool, hides, rope. ram.
PI one 64
30 K Boulevard.
L I'SO IRON MKTAL CO. 1606 San
. iluiiiu ueaier:
Dealers In bcrap Iron, rubber, cop
non" etc Phone 42Sv
SH Livestock Ba.
FOR h I E Toung horse and bugfey
lOR t.IL 10 licicl of good work horses
o i K Phi np "ro
u-nti II E nl , J,r PJ , v ;,
1 111 4l
j j, Too Late to Classify.
Easily proved A bargain. 60 acres alfalfa.
good house, all farm Implements, on main
road and canal, for few days only at $110
per acre J1200 cash. bat easy. Autos at
E. S. rennebaker.
607 Two Republics. Phone 3641
This ad appeared 3 times -in The Herald.
Mr. Pennebaker had 4 good inquiries and sold
the tract to one of them- You can do as well.
Write your ads and phone The Herald, the k
wonderful silent salesman. '
A Herald Want Ad Does the Business.
Ready Reference Business Directory
Sell Livestock Buy.
2 MONTHS OLD bull calf Phone 5522
ill'A E. Second.
harness and new wagon.
FOR SALE S7 large Missouri mules and
flvo 8 ton ore ivagons In good condition.
Address, Gregg & Gleim. Maria, Tex.
FOR SALE SO head, of Al saddle horses
15 hands high and over. Price J 75 each.
Address S. W. Samuel, box S10, Safford,
CUT FROM $175 TO S143 for Immediate
sale Nicer young 4 year old filly and run
about buggy as good as new. Inquire 318
FOR bALE Large, speedy good looking
horse -with surrey and harness. Animal verv
gentle and strong and an excellent family
horse has always had good home and Is in
excellent condition, rig In fair condition.
Owner leaving city Phone 5222 or 2281
LULA 3L1SON" Remodeling
20 N Stanton
Mattresses Renovated DuSang & Wellborn.
IS. G. DUN CO. Mercantile reports.
Paso office. 5U1 Guaranty Trust Bldg
LOCAL 31ERCANTILE AGENCY Reports
and rating on Individuals, collections. Mem
ber of the National Assn. of Mercantile
Agencies. Harry I'ateman, Mgr. Rooms
S31 -SIS Herald Bldg
WALTER D VMS Piano teacher, 55 month.
Voice 6 Phone SSSS
Paper and PapersSiJ.
EL TASO PAPER CO.
Phone 3672. 318 Mills St
PRONTO PLUMBER Call us for that hurry
up Job We don't hold you up in prices.
Ren, phone 8043. office. 1063
FOR SALE Fat belts and ducks., Ph. 4692 J
12 HENS and cockerel. 818 Parsons Chicken
Ranch El Paso
6 PLLLETS and cockerel. J10 to 81S.
sons Chicken Ranch.
BREEOBHS and pullets. II each. IE eggs.
SI Mcasday Poultry Farm. Alpine Texas.
J J CBOHXEl. Public Stenographer.
Caples Bldg Phone 1069
EL TASO STORAGE WAREHOUSE Larg
est best equipped in city Goods called for
and stored Cheapest and best Th, 2166
SPVNISH taught 701 N El Paso. Ph. 6856.
rBOF. ItRAN O. Graduated. 24 Buckler Bldg.
CONVERSATIONAL Palmore College.
Second Hand Goods.
LADIES' CLOTHING BOUGHT Ph. 1E34.
CLOTHING We positively tav rood nrices
for Second hand clothing Phone 4037.
HIGHEST PRICES TAID for men's 2d hand
clothing New starter, needs goods. Ph. S384.
HIGHBST PRICES PAID for all kinds sec- 1
ond hand clothing, shoes, hats. Ph. 1C34.
TURN' YOUK OLD FURNITURE and second
hand clothing Into cash, i Highest prices
paid Phone 3491
Second Hand Furniinre.
WANTED 2d hand furniture. R. U Dan
lels Furniture and Mattress Fcty. Ph. 1025.
WANTED TO BUY second hand furniture.
Linda Furniture Co, 111 E. Overland.
HIGHEST PRICKS PAID for second hand
furniture, stoves, carpets. Phone 4097 Texas
Furniture Co . 406 S. El Paso St.
WE BUY, SELL or exchange anything in
household goods. Itlo Grande Hardware and
Furniture Co 407 N Oregon St Ph. 896
STOVES SET rr PHONE 589.
M. t'LUGSTON 3624 MorencL Ph 6964 TV.
McLEMNROSTfloao-i 'Frisco St.
JVANTHD To i buy ia hand tools and guns.
H Mohr 309 S El P-mo s
TII'EWRITER AND OFFICE SUPPLY CO-
AH makes sold, rented, repaired. Corona
Typewriter 216 Mills SL f hnn. J32.
Sell Vehicles Buy.
riftt 2.1IjK FurttttnrA TT T. eta,,.
art Furniture Co . g5 s Stanton.
MAM, ittMJB, 10c double roll and up
Phone 3581. 208 N Campbell.
AnsWers to Herald Ads.
J.ne following list ot uncalled for
answers to Herald Want Advertise
ments are now being held for delivery
at The Kerald business office:
a f. a.
J. C. 44
M. G. 13
Z. 447 '
Mr V,: H. Soott
Too Late to Classify.
5 lots 1 block from end
Montana St Jlftoo cash for
4 corner lots French addition,
the 4 Worth 3200 each.
4 corner lots block ro Altura. An extra
harg n HC0 for 4 Worth J200 each.
1000 exchange pr ipoalt'ons
I h Pennebaker.
1k1 Istate iile Ijnl R n'-he,
517 Two R pui !i Phone 2C4L
Too Late to Classify.
S100 DOWN, 15 monthly, will buy-- room
home, fenced, sleeping porch, on car line.
Hanking Bros, l'hone 2S00.
WALKING DISTANCE 5 room red pressed
brick. N. Florence St Cut from 34500 to
Hawkins Bros. Phone MOO.
COST OWNER S5500 He will sell for S3SO0
this 6 room brick close in on. Boulevard
paing paid S1000 down will handle it
Hawkins Bros. Phone 2800.
LOTS WANTED In exchange for S passen
ger automobile, electric lights, demount
Hawkins Bros. Phone S800. V
NOTHING DOWN Just move in and pay
by month This 4 room bungalow, south
front only 12409 Phone 2800 for appoint
ment nawlJns Bros., Morgan Bldg.
NOTIONS AND NOVELTY BUSINESS fof
S1200. This Is a rare opportunity for a
man or noman to get a business that will
make them a good lllng $500 down needed.
BAKERY lOR S1800 Receipts 150 dally
The profits will surprise you. You do not
have to be a baker to run the business.
Just a business man.
LUNCH COUNTLR. billiard hall and sa
loon for SHOO. Big money maker for a
See Lonls Howell, !02 Herald Bldg.
ON THE MESA.
10 of the best lots on the first mesa at
J350 per lot You can double your money
on thete lots in o months.
Kern Place Kealtv Co.
Phone 6774 308 Mesa Ave
Easily proved. A bargain. SO acres. On
the Borderlarfd Pure silt J12S per acre.
$2250 cash. baL 5 years, for 1 week only
Title absolute. Close to market This tract
will bring $300 within 2 years. Autos at
E. S. FennebaLer.
Suite S7, Two Republics Bldg Phone 2641
DrfSlSTRlWyjt 4.ft J
4 room modern brick, 7BclWT(
it, corner on N Kansas St
for J 3600 Must have 81500
cash. Think of It' 83300 for
3 lots this close in.
6 ROOM BUNGALOW.
On 2 full lots hot water
heating plant, full basement
on Boulevard at 84000 Must
have 82000 cash.
S ROOM BUNGALOW
On 52x122 feet east front on
Ange St, for $3960 Where'
else will $700 down buy more?
Will PAY RENT?
$46 a month will buy a S
room red pressed brick, close in
on Boulevard St About $80
down will handle it Price $3750
N. FLORENCE ST.
E room red pressed brick. 40
ft east front at $3750 J7E0
cash. walking distance to
churches, schools and postofflce
South 40 ft front S room
new bungalow,, paving and side
walks in, at $4500 Just pay
us $E0 and move in. You will
own a home before you know it
211 Mills St Phone 920.
OX BEAUTUUL MONTANA ST.
Typical bungalow architecture. masive
cobble stones piers and chimney; roomy
porches, artistic pergola, built of blue vitri
fied brick, abestos roof. The Interior is un
usually attractive large living room and
dining room, bulltin bookcases, colonnade
opening, beautiful brick aianteL A feature
of this beautiful home is the breakfast room
with bulltin furniture, all finished In white
enamel. The kitchen is equipped with a
modern cabinet, another good point in tfela
iiuuic -la u. nauway Detwen the htthmnm
j?? j?r,? fi"!..?8, r?,oms and lho Wtchen
are finished with vUrallte, white enameL
T-Mt T-m-, ..-. 1 T,
What "Sterling" U to Mirer Jlaj-field'
Is to a Home.
BUY OV THE MESA NOW
And double your money In 6 months.
Kern Mace Rraltv Co.
Phone 6774 M8 Mea A
In location, surroundings and
natural beauty thla subdivision
has no competitor, and can
TODAY be dnPllcated. Buy
Ramey Bros. '
First National Bank Building
A long list of bungalows on Montana St.
In the bungalow district, with sill the'Siew
features, all modern and uptodate
1M V,,1?, ,5et on nock IIana switch,
near retail district on Texas St.
Several pieces of business property pay
ing a good rate of interest on the invest-
nenu ' i
750Weach.9 C"ly 2 W0,kS rm Lamar sch0''
An 8 room house
on ni0 Grande
udtoSSdV tt corner of s stanton
Frank A. Spence.
M? fi1? "v.'f" "J1? and Investments.
307 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 1933
ROOMING HOUSES-MONEY MAKERS.
Let us show you what we have.
Some good propositions cigar stores, res
Uurants, grocery stores, saloons, eta
Up and down the valley
No trouble to show you.
atTourrvIcT11 EaI"raen and lw0 aDl"
,r ,. W. c Btl? Realty Co.
105 N Stanton St &,, m627,
Modern, steam heated store rooms.
Myrtle and Kansas. '
Doos,a.,..c- frowen Agency.
208 Mills Bldg.
termso's'uTt1'111" d"h buna". xl20:
JSMsh.'haleis;.0" IOtS' on SL Vln
nor?1.,fra,m.l' M Alta Vista school.
- vci memo. Including in-
4 room frame,
$100 down, $25
Vhn. ".l,-rali Hearty Co.
Phone 1549 11-12-13 Morge
BRING THE PIECES
When you break your glasses and I will
grind j ou a new lens ox mtly like the broken
cated. t0 d'"icult or to C0P"
Geo. D. Kendall 208 Mesa Ave.
t.r.nds Speual Lcnss,
LOTS FOR SALE E. Rio Grande St, any
terms to suit you
Hen. II. Itenoaii, zu -iiesa aio.
I NEAR SCENIC DRUEWAY.
An east front corner, 44x12!, on the mesa,
for 1900. The best buy In the Alexander
I Kern Tlace Realty Co.
Phone 6774 308 Mesa Ave
CASH FOR HIGHLAND PARK LOTS.
Only bargains considered.
103 Main St Phone 803
PBOSPECT AVETBAliciXLN ro6m mod-
em home. 600 bile. barn, garage, shop, nice
lawn. Owner going to California, quick sale,
Newman Investment Co.
About 40 acres, lower valley, for home in
El Paso. , ,cn
11 acres 12 miles of El Paso, only S150
per acre, terms. ...
Metz car. 1914, run 1000 miles, 340.
Ford roadster, good condition. J215.
Byrora E. Fenimore.
308 Trust Bldg ' Phone E0.Z
FOR AALLEY OR STOCK RANCHES
See us. We have the bargains.
ANYTHING TO TRVDE?
We can match you.
While-Pnden Realty Co.
By J. C. Tandy- ,,..
11-12-13 Morgan Bldg Phone 1549
BARGAINS IN HOMES.
4 room house Just finished on Fort Bliss
car line, hardwood floors, bulltin bookcases
and buffet glassed-in sleeping porch. One
of the very best houses on the market.
Price J2850 $250 down, SJ5 monthly.
Howell Realty Co.
202 Herald Bldg Phone B67.
MANIL1TTAN HEIGHTS HOME Beautiful,
new 5 room bungalow, hardwood finish, fur
nace, south front, stationary tubs, paeJ
street, S5250 Owner will make reduction
quick sale. Terms to suit
Newman Investment Co.
SEE OUR BARGAINS Howell Realty -Co
FOR RENT 4 room brick cottage in High
land Park. Modern conenIences; on car
line Phone 3890
FLRNISHED ROOMS In private home with
or without board, Creole cooking 1S0S E.
Boulevard. Cars to and from races pass
WANTED Flrstcless English, speaking
chambermaid, no other need apply. Ph. 2764
NICELY furnished room, close in.
nio Grande. Phone 228S J
rooming houses, fulL Call
WANTED Boy to wait on table and work
in kitchen. Apply at K. of C, 890 Myrtle
FOR BENT In new Germane Apts., 2 and 2
room apta, modern, close In. steam heat and
Janitor service. Apply to H. B. Stevens, or
TWO LARGE BOOMS $25. private entrance.
walking distance 1029 Olive
l'OR BENT Unfurnished 3 room flat, front
and back porches, close In, near high school.
Call EOS Nevada St Call after 4 pm.
SEE OUK BARG INS Howell Realty Co,
3 NICELY furnished housekeeping rooms.
916 N Kansas. Phone 5509
BOIS WANTED to deliver telephone books.
Apply Franklin Printing Co. Apply In per
son Do not telephone. i
SLE 5 acres opposite Cineeue Park
on proaa s soum xroni. hhs. diock is.
ManhuTfJRMht See w H Scott, owner
FOR RENT Beautifully
. r3f' rw,m in
private home, with bath for 12 gentleU n ,
FURNISHLB room in private Tiome to gen
tleman. no sick. Phone 771
TWO NIC-CIA furnished housekeeping rooms
with kitchenet, hot water, phone and bath.
In private family, close in. Phone 4717
QR.VDLATE NURSE will care for several
small children In her own home. Ph. 1S06
A N'BAT, experienced waitress wishes posi
tion where she can work for herself and
husband's board, husband employed, joun"
couple, healthy Ph. 4J67. lady In room 29
NICELY furnished 3 room apt. with bath,
within walking distance. 700 Mundy Phone
HAN'DSOJIEIA' furnished room.
FOR RENT Front room adjoining bath.
In private home walking distance, reason
able Phone 6147 W
OUR WORK A8 GOOD AS THE BEST
better than some We sew on buttons and
mend the rins. Try us. Right Way Laun
dry Phone 1119
-UtOAINS Howell Realty Co.
M ANTED Position by an experienced of
fice man. salary no object Address 'Work,
fclTUAIION V. ANTED T anted position
as compositor 5 years experience Address
Printer 327 W Missouri.
FOR LE Apperson 45. as good as new
Will sell cheap Phone 746 or call at 109
NEM PARTb MADE and carried for ail
makes of stoves. L. J Peeler, with D and
II. Iron Works, corner U Eth and S. Flor
ence Sta, Ph. 344 Will call at youj home
FURNISHED ROOM with bath, hot water.
FOR SALE 4 passenger car In good con
dition cheap for cash, or will trade for good
motorcycle or lota Phone 392: for demon
stration GOOD 160 ACRE claim for sale cheap, near
Demlng. or will trade for houses or lots.
Phone 993 J 5.
HAN TED Colored chambermaid. Ph. 4987.
Call 216 S Oregon.
"WANTED Few more customers for rich.
Juicy milk, who live between 1500 and 3400
block. East El Paso Phone M67 J '
LOST A brown, bald faced Shetland pony
Phone 19S7 or call 1819 Montana. T J
FOR BENT 5 room furnished cottage 1!
MOOSE AEE WEARING
"EL PASO SMILE"
A telegram received Thnrodav
morning from Dr r P Miller and Dr
B, B Hon an. who are reDresentlnc th
chamber of ommerce and local Moost I
joage at tne Denver meeting of the
grand trustees to select a site for the
proposed 3500,000 sanitarium, stated
that Kl Paso's chances for securing
tht building arc very bright
The Kl Paso delegates adopted Tho
Herald suggestion and have distributed
among the delegates present ribbons
bearing the inscription, "We wear tho
El Paso smile, the city that never has
the blues." i
Silver City has two delegates at the
convention and is making an effort to
secure the sanitarium, as is Phoenix.
ROGERS IS HELD TO GRAND
, JURY ON $20,000 BOND
Clare I Rogers, the registry mail
clerk, who is held in connection with
the Itheft of 32S.000 from the regis
tered mail in the EI Paso postofflce '
on SeptemDer 2, was bound over to
the grand jury and his bond fixed at
S20.000, by U, S. commissioner George
V Oliver at the conclusion of his hear
ing Wednesday afternoon
He was unaoie to furnish bond in
this amount His attornej, W. B.
"Ware, gave notice that ho would sue
out a writ of habeas corpus
GIRL IS CUT BY GL1SS
WHEN" CIGAR COUNTER BREAKS
Miss Mary Forsvthe, clerk at the
oigar stand in the First National Bank
building, had her arms badly clat jthis
morning when, in turning over a fella
of magazines she let the pile drop
heavily and crash through the plate
glass show case
Pieces of the glass struck her arms,
cutting them badlv. Miss Forsythe was
removed to her home The Plate glass,
which is two and a half by seven feet,
was completely shattered
Remember Clean coal and full weights
mean f url o onomv Southwestern Fuel
Co. ohone 5"! dvcrtlsemcnt
All afternoon and night trains for
Thursday aro reported on time.
Iievr City Directory.
The compilation of the 1915 El pa,n
City Directory Is nearly flnuvfi FZ
i publishers should be promptly notified
, of any change In your business, busl-
SSw ln,ldeVdS. nl ?
cna asemw information-' Please-lv
1 a"e j" UI,
Also the names of all adults moving
John P. Worley Directory Co-
12 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
El Paso Booklets Distributed.
More than 200 El Paso booklets were
distributed at Houston on Texas press
day of the deep water celebration.
One cor of assorted mouldings. Pick
it out at half price. Bargains in sash
and doors. Roofing paper. Lander
Lumber Co , phone 282. dinner
Poultry Men to Meet.
A meeting of the El Paso Poultrv
assoclation will be held Th,..T.
night at 3 oclock at the chamber of
commerce.- Final arrangements for the
poultry- show NoTember 26 Willi be dis
cussed at the meeting
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
v. .,, i,. .uiu-is, iiiii.;iun in cnief:
Dr. M. Alklre, Jidy specialist; Dr. Carl
uiusun, tin w. oiisspun street. They
cured others. They can curs yon.
AftkM Police to Locate Man.
Chief of police L N. Davis Thursday
moriilng received a telegram from Mrs.
I' D Jlontgomerj, of Memphis, Tenn
asking him to locate F. D. Montgom
ery, who Is reported seriously m in this
A Card or Thanks
We desire to extend our thanks to
neighbors and friends who so kindly
assisted us in our hour of grief, In the
loss of our daughter, Agnes Zlerath.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Zierath.
An cxtri large sepia picture free this
month with each order of J 5.80 or over.
smart's studio, -storehouse BIk.
Fuueral Itendyi Principal Alive.
Chej enne. "Wyo . Nov 12. With prep
arations complete for the funeral of
their son Robert, who was reported
killed last week in a wreck near
Springfield, Mo, Mr. and Mrs Wil
liam Bollln. of this city Wednesday
night received a message from Fort
Worth, Tetas, signed with his name
and stating that he was in good health
See The Herald's
Ready Reference Business Directory
in our classified section. Arranged al
phabetically (with telephone numbers)
tor the convenience of readers who
may require Instant service.
Seek to Rescue Miners.
Pottsvllle. Pa, Nov 12. Rescuing
parties hae been working continuously
for more than 68 hours in an effort
to reach W. O Schriner, of Tower CItj,
and John Evans, miners, who were en
tombed at the Brookside mine last
Alonday The men are (mnrtqnncfl in
. a breast and there Is but little chance
Iw- -ommunicate with them,
they are Vnoown to be alive
Tanso Lavender Line of rent cars,
taxicabs and limousine are the best
c?is driven by c $ful, experienced
drivers Phone 1, daj or .night
Snnta Fe Official He-re.
F. E. Summers, sunerintendeirTof the
Rio Grande division of the SantJeJ
railvvav lines, arrived in EI PasoN
Thursday morning- from San MarciaL
T H Bristol, general superintendent
of the southern division of the system,
at La. Junta, Colo , accompanied Mr
LonKirrir1 LaTcnder Line of rent
cars. limousines, taxicabs and auto
baggage trucks are on the job day and
night cjulck service, careful drivers.
Nov. IS Rumored Evncuatlnn Date.
Laredo, Tex, Nov. 12. A dispatch
from Mexico City received here this
morning says that Veracruz -will be
evacuated by the American troops on
November 15 The advices, according
to the dispatch, was contained In a
telegram from Gen Frederick Funs
ton, addressed to Gen. Candido Agul
lar. commander of the Mexican army,
and Gen Carranza. t
Dr. Jnrslesan, diseases of Kidney. Blad
der. Skin and Rectum. 618 Mills Bldg
Dr. Anna Reuai.Buckler Bldg., over Elite.
IT. S. Seeks Tas DodgerB;
Washington, D. C Nov. 1!. CfTcIals
of the treasury department are seeking
to lay the groundwork for a vigorous
and nationwide campaign for the de
tection of income tax dodgers and the
collection of unnaid taxes which some
authorities believe may, mount Into
Dr.IIurIcr.319 Herald BIdgobstetrlcs.
diseases of w omen and nervous troubles.
Dr. Paget, dentist, 502 Boberts-Banner.
mil, Optician of Precision, 421 Mesa.
Juvenile Worker Here.
Dr and Mrs. A. S Orne are In El
Ppso for a time in the interest of Juve
nile court work. Dr. and Mrs. Orne
have been interested in work for chil
dren and in the juvenile ourts and
probation work for some time.
Dr. Cnthcnrt X-ray laboratory removed
to 310 Roberts-Banner Bldg. Phone S86.
Phone SS7. Wilson Mllltcan, the best
cleaners. White work a specialty.
Dr, Morford, moved to 21S Mills Bldg
Won't 3Iodlfy Wool Embarso,
Washington, D C. Nov. 12. Ambas
sador Page has reported from London
that Great Britain for the present is
unwilling to modify the embargo on
the exportation of wool from Australia.
Wool dealers, however, are hoping
through the state department to con
tinue negotiations so as to enable them
to participate In the auction sales soon
to be held in Australia.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, 202 Rob -Ban Bldg.
Dr. Eliert, dentist, 216-21S Mills Bldg.
El ro Distilled Water Co- Ph. 489.
Turkish Bnths, 406 N. Oregon Clau
sager has returned. Phone 1090.
"PLUMBERS WANTED TO RIDE
IN AUTO; STRUCK," BOSS SAYS
Five journeymen plumbers employed
bl I P. JlcChesney went out on Strike
Wednesdaj, McChcsney sas He sajs
the plumbers demanded a. chauffeur to
drive the automobile which was used for
making repair work trips. He declined
to grant the request of the plumbers
and they walked out. he claims.
Charles Escott, president of the
Plumbers' union. Bald he knew of the
strike but said lie did not know what
caused the strike.
FORD ni,NS INTO MOTOR
COP'S MOTORCYCLE THURSDAT
The Ford automobile belonging to L.
P McChesney, which was being driven
by J B. Ross, struck the motorcycle
belonging to deputy sheriff Bill Davly,
in front of the Popular, Thursday morn
ing at about 10 oclock The damage
to the motorcjcle was slight Davis
was not on it
The hearing of W C Winkl r,
charffed with reikless driving has been
pn-tnoned until Fnturdrv to nermit
Mr v, inkier to .ecurc another witneso.
Tells Delegation if It Calls
Again, New Spokesman
Will Be Necessary. -
Washington, D C Nov 12. -President
Wilson, while receiving a delega
tion of negroes today who came to
the white house to protest against seg
regating the races in government de
partments, objected to the tone adopted
by their spokesman, W. M Trotter, of
Boston, and told the committee that
If it called on him again it would
have to get a new chairman. The
president added that he had not been,
addressed in such a manner since he
entered the white house
The delegation charged that secre
tary McVdoo and controler Williams,
In the treasury department, and post
master general Burleson had enforced
segregation rules in their offices.
President Wilson replied that ho had
! investigated the question and had been
assured that there had been no discrim
ination In the comforts ana surround
ing given to the negroes He added
he had been informed by officials that
th segregation had been started to
avoid friction between the races and
' not with the object of injuring the
The president said he was deeply in
terested in the negro race and greatly
admired Its progress. He declared the
thing to be sought by the negro people
was complete independence of white
people and that he felt the white raee
was willing to do everything possible
to assist them.
Spokexmun Takes Issue.
Trotter and other members at onco
took Issue with the president, declar
ing the negro people did not seek char
ity or assistance, but that they took
the position that the negroes had equal
rights with vwhltes and that those
rights should be respected. They de
nied there had been any friction be
tween the two races before the segre
gation was begun.
President Wilson listened to what
they had to say and then told the
delegation that Trotter was losing con
trol of his temper and that he (the
president) would not discuss the mat
ter further with him
.Negroes Are Disappointed.
After leaving the president's private
office Trotter, Maurice V Spencer and
others of the delegation deolared their
talk had been "thoroughly disappoint
ing" They declared they would hold
a mass meeting in Washington Sunday
to discuss the question.
Mr. Wilson is understood to have
told the committee the question was
not a political one and that he would
not take it up on political grounds.
EIGHTH COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS.
James R. Harper. A. M. Wnltliall, . F.
Fred M Bishop vs. Dan A. Japhet. from
Harris appellant s motion for a rehearing,
case reversed and Tendered In lieu of re
versed and remanded.
Charles Glnther, Intv vs. Rosa Campo de
Zabaliroltlo et al. froei El Paso, two cases.
t motions for rehearing
bTta M. liisnop vs. uan a. japnec irom
Harris, appellee's motion for a rehearing
H. C Marks vs E. Sambrano et al, from
EI Paso, appellant's motion for a rehearing
W L. Dickson vs F L. Lights et al, from
Harris, appellee's motion for a rehearing.
J It. Vance vs. A. B. Miller et sJ, from
Martin, appellee's motion for a rehearing.
J T Patterson et ux vs. Sylvan Beach
Co, from Harris motion of all parties to
substitute lost record.
VJeanette A Rose Bergere vs. B. J Par
kt from Harris, appellees motion for a
Charles filler et al vs. Ben Campbell,
H. Prince et al vs. Joe H. Tayior, from
Bastrop & Austin Bayou Blec Growers
Assn. et al vs. J. B Cochraa et al, from
Affirmed With Kcmlttltnr.
Southern Pacific Oh et al vs. Annie
Walker, from Harris.
Reversed and Remanded.
W H. Irvin vs. James Jehasen et sJ,' f ram
J. W. Miller et al vs. T. F. FMtery et
ux, from Harris.
Set for December 3. 1914.
Royal Indemnity Ce. vs. A. Schwartz,
irom til z'aso. s
T. C and C T. Mitchell vs. C O. Thomasw
Galveston. Harrisburg & San Antonio By.
Co. vs W T Kallogg. from El Paso,
J R. Day n& Levi Anderson vs. G. E.
Darsey trufil Culberson.
Daniel Pi Sanford vs. D M. Cobe, from
H. T r.odge vs. Toyah Valley Irrigation
Co et al. from Reeves.
Texas & Pacific By. Co vs. Sd Miller et
al. from Ward. '
Southwestern Portland Cement Co. vs. H.
A. Kezer. from Bl Fmso.
Texas & Pacific Ry. Ce. vs. Mipanla A.
de Marujo. from Bl Pass.
Leslie A. Needham et al vs. P. Albert
Cooney. from Reeve.
H. C. Zlmmer vs. First National bank of
Pecos, from Reeves.
Toyah Valley Irrigation Co. vs.
Winston, from Reeve.
31TH DISTRICT COURT.
Dan M. Jackson Presiding.
John A tier vs. Frank Foster et al, suit on
contract for damages; on trial.
Lincoln Park company vs. Government
Hill company, autt for damages fer drain
age of surface water, on trial.
B A. Ferguson vs. 3. K. Ferguson, suit
for divorte. Plaintiff granted leave to
SrECIVL DISTRICT COURT.
Lcich Clark, Presiding.
C E. Ryan vs. the Galveston. Harrisburg
& San Antonio Railroad company, suit for
$25,009 damages for personal Injuries: on
Monday. Dec. 7
6629 Basken vs. Fulkerson.
8319 Crayon Co vs. Martin.
943S Slum vs. White.
9114 Cullen vs. Parker.
Thursday. Dec 10:
8394 Folx vs. Miller
8938 Warden vs. Kroeger (non-reIdnt).
95S9 UcMtllan vs. T. & P. By. Ce.
1094: Rosenblum vs. G. H. & S. A.
Monday. Nov 32:
10298 Schoonmaker vb. T & P.
9960 William vs. Mex. Ry Co.
9925 Gano vs. Business Men's association.
Thursday. Nov 26-
10949 Booker vs. E. P 4 S W
11031 Woodson vs. E. P. & S. W.
9084 Burndam vs. Texas Co.
Thursday. Nov 19
10983 Lederle vs. S. P. Co.
41ST DISTRICT COURT,
r. R. Price, Presiding.
For Nov 19-
11003 Guadalupe Saucedo vs.
10532 Rosendo Vasquez et al vs. Hughes
10533 Martin Vasquei by next friend vs.
For Nov 13
1098S George F. Lederle Vs. Southern Pa
For Nov 23'
10298 D. W Schoonmaker vs. T. & P
9950 F I Williams vs. Mexico North
western Ry. Co
9926 Cora W Gano vs. Business Men's
For Nov 26:
10949 L. E. Booker et al vs., EI Paso S.
Southw eetern system.
11031 W W Woodson vs. E. P A s. W.
I By. Co.
9054 u. i: .uurnaara vs. lesae co.
For Dee. 3:
10992 W. M Barrett vs. Southern Pa
For Dec 10
1092 V Carranxa vs. Wells Fargo Ex
press Co. (non-resident)
J. J. Murphy. Presiding.
State vs Francis KIrchgesner charged
with assault to murder held te grand Jury
In sum of 3500
State vs Lulu Stevens t barged with theft
over laO complaint filed
State vs LIHIe TVinei charged with con-
Corn Strengthened by Pros
pects of Unsettled feath
er; Oats Also Higher.
NOTE Quotations reflect
Thursday. November It.
Chicago, IH , Nov 12 Wheat tended ta
rally today because of the absence of any
developments that would confirm Wednet,
dayi rumors of peace The open log which
ranged from the same aa Wednesday night
to to c higher, was followed by a
moderate Advance all around.
Closing prices were steady at to c
Prospects of nn net tied weather strength
ened the corn market. After opening to
je npv prices advanced to nearly the top
reached at the offset.
The close was lirm, to to c above
Offerings of oatsxwere light. Accordingly
quotations rose as in the cases of1 other
Frovtsloos sympathized with the firmness
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grains. Close.
Wheat Dec. L15V: Mar. L25.
Corn Dec., 6. May, 7SK.
Oats pec., 49. Mar. 53.
Chicago Provisions. Close.
Pork Jan., 19 49, May. 19 77.
Lard Jan., 10 57; May, 18 70.
Ribs Jan.. 10.35, May, 10.65.
Kansas City -Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Mo. Nov. 12. Cattle Rects.
7000. market steady Prime fed steers.
?1OO91L0O. western steers, $7 00095,
calves, (6 50 10 50
Hoj-ts Recta. 18.000 market strong; bulk.
07.75, heavy, (...,;. pies, 6 si-
Sheen Rects. 7000: market
Lambs, 38 003 00, yearlings. 37.50
Ft. Worth Livestock. Close.
(By Zelger Hotel.)
Cattle Recta 5400. Including 10M calves.
Steers, 36.3590 75. stocker steers. 35 750
(90. cows, 34 2565 25. heifers. 36 250(20,
bulls. 34 5005 25 calves, 32 7505 75
Hpgs Recta. 2000, top, 37.70, bulk, 37.35
Sheep Rects. 150.
MONEY AND METALS.
NEW YORK MARKET.
(By Associated Press).
New York. Nov 12. Closing Mercantile
paper. 5 49)6 percent
Electrolytic copper weak at 11 IS for cash
and 11 20 for 30 days.
Mexican dollars, 40.
Bar silver. 40.
Spot tin, quiet, five ton lots. 33.62i0
24 25. and 33.SO034.2S fer 26 ton Iota.
Spelter. 4 94?IM.
Electrolytic copper, 11.37S91I-54; east'
Iron, quiet and unchanged!
London. Bng- Nov 1L Tin, I18S ster
ling, straits. 1149 sterling.
Copper. 59, sl5.
London. Bng.. Nov. IS. Spot Un, IKS,
slO; straits. 1148: eepper. fSl, si, lead, 17,
s7. d. spelter. 24. s.
ht Imts Lead and Spelter.
St Louts. Mo- Nov. 12, Lead higher
Spelter nominal. 4.SS.
TUB LOCAL MARKET.
Mexican currency, 20.
Mexican gold. 49.
Mexican pesos (El Paso buying price) 4"
Villa currency. 17, Carranza currencr
18. Chihuahua currency. 17
Bl Paio Smelter Quotations.
Pig lead 3 50
Bar silver (Handy A Harmon quota
tionUon) 48 X
London lead. 17, sT, di.
eaaUng stelen property; complaint filed.
Joee Garcia Conde. charged with using
abusive language. Hoed 35 and costs.
Miguel A. Alridee, charged with, disturb
ing the peace fined 31 and costs.
E. B. MeClIntock. Presiding.
Nov. 11, No. 41S1 Lamar Davis vs. Max
Nov. 12. No. 4010 Rades vs. Daniel.
Nerr IS, No. 4103 Curtiss-Mannlng Co
vs. Atderete Bros.: No. 4163, Elliott. Madison
vs. G. N. Thomaa.
Nov. 16. Ne. 4173 Rascon vs. Casares.
No. 4149. Chavez vs. SabadX
Nov 17. No. 4150 JamUon vs. Brown
No. 3932, Wfctte-Fadea ReaHy Co. vs. James
Nov. IS, No. 418 Adaras vs. Austin &
Marr. No. 4132, Powers it Truesdala vs.
Maurice Schwartz. . .
Nov. 19, No. 2444 L, W Hoffepker vi
Cambridge Tile Manufacturing Co. , No. 4170
ilaruete. vs. G, H. & S. A.
tr. 20, No. SJ85 HajnlHan Sliver Co. v.
Spnsjser. No. 40S5; Trejo vs. E. P. & S. W
Nov. SI Goldine vs. Kran.
Nov -tS No. 4151: Sparks vs. Edwajds,
No. 34SS, AWerete vs. Bryan.
Nov 24, .No. 41S Hemming vs. Lewis
No. 4156. HoV.'eker vs. Springer. No. 4155.
Hoffecker vs. Whiber
Nov 25. No. 3995 American Grocery Co.
vs. Kraky. V.
Nov. 27, No. 4051 TBsSTP vs. Peyton.
Nov. 28. No. 4021 Held vs. Butler
Nov St, No. 4147 4JeorK SJ. JEarp vs.
Ochoa. " -
X. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTXBE.
at S am, TSth me
ridian time (ta.ni.
EI Paso time). Nov.
EI Paso and. vicin
ity Fair tonight and
New Mexico To
nlght and Friday,
fair. not much
change in tempera
ture. West Texas To
Blght fair, colder in
the Panhandle. Fri
Precipitation last Si hours (Inch)....
Weather at 8 a. ra. I
Lowest temp, last night I T
Highest yesterday.......! f I
ienip. at s a. m.....r
AMIene S 61 56 rant
Amarlllo 43 s 42 clear
Atlanta SO 64 SO clear
Boise. Idaho 40 56 IS clear
Beaton .40 54 SS clear
Chicago .48 56 46 cloudy
Cincinnati 43 58 40 cleudy
Denver ..SS 72 34 clear
Detroit 38 50 34 rain
Dulnth. Minn 28 40 24 cloudy
Bl Paso ...r ..45 68 45 clear
Galveston 70 70 SS rain
Havre. Mont SO 54 90 pt. cldy
Jacksonville 56 68 54 cloudy
Little Reck 48 72 48 cloudy
Los Angeles........ 58 64 56 cloudy
NashvI'le 40 66 SS clear
NewOrieans...... 00 70 SS cloudy
New Tork..T. 42 68 38 dear
Omaha 46 04 44 pt cldy
Phoenix 54 72 54 clear
Rapid City. S. D ..46 43 pt cldy
Beewell 4 00 46 clear
St Louts 50 62 48 clear
ssut Lake City I 5S IS clear
San Antonio 64 64 Of rain
San Francisco 53 68 SO cloud)
Santa Fe 32 54 M clear
Seattle 4i 60 44 pt cldy
Washington 38 60 34 clear
Wichita, Kane 46 (8 44 clear
Yuma 54 76 64 clear
MEXICAN TAKKN TO THST HOUSE.
J Cerauga, -Who oame to Kl Paso
from Monterey. Mex , was taken to the
isolation house Tluirsday by th health
authorities suffering from smallpox.
He had been here bnt 10 days
JUVRKZ CHILD DIES OF SMALLPOX.
The four year old daughter of Mrs
Refugio Boisaelier de Urruita died
Wednesday at the family home on
Comercio street, Juarez Death result
ed from smallpox.
Remember Clean coal and full weishu
mean fuel eionomv bouthwestern I-uel
to , phone 1 dvcrtivment