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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, January 5, 1910 13 FOR SALE WJAL ESTATE. CPinTTTlR A HOIE." . The important factor In providing j tor tne iuture is iu ina.c auv ....... you are getting value received before paying out one penny, and' as 'HOUSE RENT RECEIPTS" have no value, every dollar invested t .n. So T.-ocrti Wo tiiwefore. In- vjte you to investigate our wonderful offers in HOMES AND RACMa. A 2 story S room residence, corner or Bio Grande and Lee Sts., fronting east; just now being completed. unques tionably one of tne most modern, most fnoi,iv n-riH rnnvAnientiy ar- . . . J i x. :.. mnnt Tinnr? ranged. :ne mosi auratmc .--- somely and substantially bulltjo in the city of El Paso. The price is right and terms to suit me u .?.--. , A beautiful 5 room cottage close in. south front; cost -the owner $3o00 i years ago; worth $4000. Our price is only $3300 on easy terms; can lease for year at $30 or giveUmmodiate pos- . session. Hard to beat isnt It.' ??i . i,., vo will fit vou like i i -love It's in the 700 block, north Sf-fiSL south front consisting of 5 - ji iTTior nnrch. nrac- :ii,r nr cor5riif simnle. conserva tive; "in fact just what you want. Only 54300. Attractive terms. 300 acres adjoining the town of San E.izario: all fine level land. Only. 5 42.50 prr acre. The best buy In the lower 50 acres U mile from Anthony; all in high state of cultivation; partly al falfa; good water rights. uill sen ciieap or trade for city property. It will pay you to Investigate this. CO acres near lo. .uesa; upujuuiu c land ready for the plow, good water rhtc nto ivorth S7n ner acre. v m sell for $60 or trade for city property. The most beautiful building sites on Montana St Will consider any reas onable offer. Mathews & Dyer. 117 N. Stanton St. Both Phones. IRRIGATED FARMS IN RIO GRANDE VALLEY. FOR SALE. 195 acres near Mesllla Park on rail road; 140 acres alfalfa, 25 corn and beans; good adobe house, fenced. $112.50 per acre. 117 acres at Dcna Ana station on railroad; 90 acres alfalfa, balance can taloupes and corn; good house, well; fenced, etc $115 per acre. 25 acres all In cultivation; 14 acres'alfalfa; S acres orchard now bearing- Several different varieties of fruit, at Mesa Park. $160 per acre; terms. 30 acres near Clint, all under fence, on canal, half cleared and plowed; near macadam road. $70 per acre; terms. 22 acres on county road, half mile below Socorro. $G0; terms. 75 acres fine land partly cleaTed, in Socorro grant, near new macadam road. $60 per acre; terms. 18 acres, Socorro grant. $50 per acre; terms. f 67 acres adjoins San Miguel, near La Mesa; 50 acres in alfalfa, ." In corn; balance wood. $100 per acre; terms. Elegant little home on Montana St., south front, 2 lots, 6 room brick: nice lawn and trees; near Houston Park; at a bargain. Five room brick close in on Prospect Ave.; 37x120; for quick sale at $4200; terms. We have some choice business prop erty close in on San Antonio. Myrtle Ave., Texas. St. Louis St. and Stanton St.; some beautiful building sites in any part of the city. It will pay you to see us if you are wanting city property or valley land. . 85,000 acres fine land in -Mexico, 10 miles from the American border, all under fence, 5 running streams and several springs; about 5000 tillable land and the balance very fine grazing, at $L35 per acre; terms. BROADDUS & LEAVELL. 216 Texas St. Phone 1558. BUSINESS CHANCES. Now is the time to gain business for i VUUid&Xli . iiV V- - J .7 ..w- o jveiuuuj 10 iiutn-iuti i changes. Let us help you get a nice business In a good location. We have i a let of bargains m all kinds or bust ne- . .,.. .-. I a :"? """: -" tuuttlc "wui-u. for $550. we have it. j If you want a large or smau room-j lng COUSe We nave IZ. 1 xx .vuu wc """. " "- - T - -f-m-iJ wrrmT rrrtT"o TXT natrA : i i-. fenflv tanralna SnMMhwd furniture cfLyw Si .second hanfl f urnIture I Etin fSe wJhave anyihing you wantT See THE REAL ESTATE & BUSINESS EXCHANGE for anything in the busi ness line. If you have anything to sell or exchange list it with us. We are located next door to St, Regis hoteL Ask for Butler, the manager. BE PROTECTED AGAINST BURGLARS. TVT3 SELL BURGLARY INSURANCE. NEWMAN INVESTMENT COMPANY. LOWER VALLEY BARGAINS. 10 acres of very line land with a 5 room house; new. good shingle roof room nouse; new, good shlnsrle roof 1 good location., about 1 miles north of ! Ysleta. Well ditched, a beautiful little home. See this before you buv. " 5 ju acres ot line iana . miles below ' El Paso on aounty road; all In'iultiva- ' tlon; 11 acres in alfalfa; canal runs tnrougn: gooa new pump, 2 good ! UUiues, uaius, uuc v-iutneu House, Tight uptuuuLe. xxiis 1& Liie uest ouy in the ' valley. " Don't fail to see it; good terms. PETERMAN-LANSDEN REALTY CO ..Free phone 2266 I rings black. Ysleta, Texas. WAREHOUSR AND FACtORl SITES. 120 by 143 feet. cor. of First and Campbell Sts.; on T. & P. railroad. 876 feet (4 acres) on G. H. & S. A. railroad, foot of Texas St.; 4 fronts. 85 feet by 139 feet, cor. of W. San Antonio and Anthony Sts on A., T. & S. P. railroad. 128 feet by 91 feet. cor. of Chihuahua and Main Sts.; opposite the chamber of commerce building; 4 fronts. MISCELLANEOUS. 60 feet by 78 feet (improved), cor. of Wyoming and Oregon Sts. 37 feet by 120 feet (improved), Ma goffin Ave., the Michigan Ave. of El Paso. R. H. THORNE, 518 Sax Fraaelsco St. Xscerae asd Investment. Real Estate. Too Late To Classify' A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care cf The Herald office were awaiting the following ad vertisers this morning. o.nese replies should be called for not later than one week after being1 bulic- w. T. f 807 Engineer pj 34 Rt Estate .- 2t Iowa I. 326 l. a Knott J. 350 236 N. W 1326 w. p. M. WAXTED-TWO OR THREE BOYS BETWEEN 14 AND IS GOOD MONEY BRIGHT BOYS. NO HARD WORK. CALL FOR G. 31. SMITH. AD. 3IGIL, SMITH-HU3IASOX CANDY CO., 325 TEXAS. FOR SALE Pony, saddle and bridle cheap. 622 N. El Paso St TWO ATTRACTIVE OFFERS. 50 acres alfalfa, near Chamberlno, opposite new Anthony bridge; main aitcn and mam road parallel property. , Every acre highly improved and produces heavily: house, orchard and xuiiy equippea witn siock ana impie- ment 40 acres at La lesa. X. M., In alfalfa, balance 2 years. 4 vun..u,.iyu, -'. - "ji These two splendid properties will not be on the market lo-f owing to bargain figures offered. Address P. O. Box 71, EI Paso, Tex. MRS. KITCHENS has opened her stu dio of china painting and water col ors lor the winter. A special course of 18 lessons at a reduced rate to those enroilmg name before Jan. 12. A large i ing Oregon ST., in COLES BUILD line of china painting materials for ' ING. CALL ON A. P. COLES & BROS., sale at less than cost. .Mrs. Kitchens' studio is a light, airy room in the new Herald building. She extends a cordial invitation to all interes'ted in art. Studio 206. IF YOU WANT The cheapest and best home, consisting of 5 room modern and uptodate red j pressea DricK we nave it. juocatea close in ons N. Campbell St.; east front lot, 52x122; only $3S00. Your own terms; $800 cash. Cassidy & Davidson. Rooms 4 and 5, Buckler Building. Phone 920. ASK ANYONE About the future of N. Stanton t St. Right in line of the city's greatest growth. We have 2 corners close in on this street; can be bought at con siderable less than market value. Ideal apartment house propositions. See us for further particulars. Cassidy & Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5, Buckler Block. Phone 920. WITH ALL THE NEW FEATURES. A modern 4 room red pressed brick on Nevada St.; built on 2 corner lots. Price S4J.00; good terms. Cassidy & Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5, BuclVir Building.' Phone 920. FOR RENT 702 UPSON AVE. Modern 6 room cottage and 4 rooms in basement; suitable for an extra fam Py or for servant's quarters. Only $40 ier month. Cassidy Davidson. Rooms 4 and 5. Buckler Building. Over Calisher's. VALLEY LA NT FOR RENT. 50 acres 14 miles down county road; 40 acres in alfalfa. Pence Bros., 217 Texas St. HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. 3 room modern brick, with bath, nice porch; $100 cash, balance $15 a month. One of the nicest red pressed brick on corner Arizona and Newman Sts.; 5 room modern, east front; small casb payment, balance easy; price only $3600. 6 room modern home, corner; make us offer. Pence Bros., 217i Texas St. l . . MONEY TO 'LOAN"; , j !o? nmnv rnnct V.o riU ,. , ",,.,, "&v- , -'. Pence Bros., 217 Texas St. MAYFIIELD REALTY CO. HOUSES ifrTinV TVTT.T. STA-n IVSPECTION enTriA Tinn-sW look c-oofl whn thev are first finished but time soon tens ! .. . - - nnnr i.nn5fnictinn "W tn- i -- ..v- w. vv. ww ..- - ,,-- ... .. w ... vHe vou to Inspect our houses as they are beln& built- They are there t0 stay fr they are built right from bottom to top. Take a look at the 2 story un- er construction at 1109 Rio Gtande and ebunsalow at 1318 Arizona. 31ayfield Realty Co Over Calisher's Store. $3350 BTTY'S a practically new 5 room pressed brick cottage, east front. Mayfleld Realty Co. $4090 BUY'S a 7 room pressed brick, south front on Magoffin Ave.; best buy in the city. Mayfield Realty Co. Over Calisher's Store. MUST AND WILL BE SOLD QUICK. One of the nicest small places to be found In the Mesilla vallev. about a mile and a half from Las Cruces. It 1 contains 7 acres, with house, tents, 1 sneds, 3 cows, a bull, 2 horsoH 1 spring wagon. 1 farm wagon, and farm im- ' plements, fine well, pumping plant, 5 business in city; must have $200 to In 1 H. P. Stover gasollne'engine, wind mill, vest. A mighty fine opportunity for ' the house is furnished, in fact every- j right party. M. 77, care of Herald. I fh'ri"- -roariv tn stpn 'int mrvfn Htrh on I ......AC . V, J . -.-. ..-, --.-.. .. , : west siae ox iana. no or iu nens, ana a ? good milk route paying from $75 to $100 per montn, and a good youj: orch- j ara. ah goes ior ou. part casn. see 3Ioorc-McKenney Realty Co. Room 9, Buckler Blocir. FOR "RENT To healthy people with out small children; new upstairs flat. ' A -rnnms and hnthr oflncA tnr r1 9. K ' j .Florence, anquire bus Jiissouri St. Phone 1S03. FOUR ROOM BRICK, East El Paso; never been occupied. $1750; $75 cash, balance like rent Moore-McKenney Realty Co., Room 9 Buckler Block. FOR RENT Suite of 2 nicely fur nished front rooms for housekeeping. Flat No. 2, Lakota. ., I , " FOR RENT Furnished front bedroom in Private family; close in. Phong 2287 Auto. FOR SALE BY OWNER New 6 room "home; splendid location. Phone 1019. NICELY' furnished rooms with orjvith- out board: also light housekeeping I rooms. 30S Texas St. i I WANTED 50 feet more or less inside 1 vacant for business; wil4 pay $300 more j or less per front foot: give full partlc- ulars. D. Ellis, care Herald. LOST Bunch of keys on ring. Re tnrn to 1607 Wyoming. Arthur Ball. Phone 3237. T. H. BENNETT, Blacksmith and Wheelwright; also horseshoeing; gooa work cheap. 224 S. Oregon St. "OT? SATE PAT, ESTATE. MESILLA VALLWt FARMS FOR SALE. We have lands at La Union. Cham herino, Berlno and Anthony, the real Heart of the Mesllla Valley." If you contemplate buying land for farming or Investment we would be glad to have you call or write us your wants. LAUSON & BEECHEH, Real Estate. Aathoy, X. M. One Cent a Word. VALLEY LAND BUYER. Here is positively the biggest bar- sain in the upper valley without ex- ception. Just read this and consider, then come m and let us give you further particulars. It lies IS miles above Ei Paso. 2 miles off the big new macad- om highway. It consists of 100 acres, all under fence with ditch rights in the big new ditch. The soil is white allu- vial 'that holds moisture and produces the big crops. The adjoining land is JVe,ld a,L?1?,(l n aCre Te 'ill1- yu thfp tTri Vi vl I nricrcL -o vn -nroA fUln frr this with gilt edge warrantee title for $60 an acre, with terms and the first vear's crop will prodmf that much. No trouble to show it. For further par ticulars apply to Hatton Realty Co., 224 Mesa Ave. FOR RENT. ' 4 room cottage, 2029 Texas St $20.00 5 room cottage, 514 Wheeling St. . 15.00 5 room cottage, 2909 Aiamogordo street 25.00 4 room cottage, 3305 Frutas St 17.00 4 room cottage, 231 San Jose St... 12.50 2 nice offices, Bassett & Edwards building 25.00 Anderson-Bennett Realty Co., Rooms 21 and 22, Bassett &. Edwards Building. Phone 491. w-.-mr PitMnc -un-i, ,i t dent Insurance solicitor; one who knows I ti,0 ,c?0eC -,t, t, fnmict, mforan,., the business and can furnish references j and bond. None other need apply. Ex- i np PTiT nnniniiniLV uir rMrnr mn n. An piy 207 St. Louis St. i FOR SALE A Shetland pony mate colt out or tne prize winner digger, at me, El Paso horse show. Call at 320 Trust Building. FOR RENT- NICE LARGE OFFICE ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR, FRONT- ' AGENTS. TWO LOTS FOR SALE CHEAP 50 feet south front Rio Grande. 1600 block; 1 block of swell Montana prop erty. Owner of corner lots in same block just offered $1900 for 50 feet. Am leaving town. Will sell for $1600. G. H. Watkins, P. O. box 967. WANTED 2 Mexican girls for dish washers. 206 St. Louis. FOR SALE My 4 room house with barn, etc., on 3 lots with, corner, Gov- small, cash payment; terms. Box 670 . fcenneemann. A BARGAIN IN A HOME Ideal loca tion for dairy or poultry farm; 7 lots with a 7 room house having modern conveniences; large barn and chicken houses; 10 minutes walk from car line out beautiful countv rnnfl. Ownpr leav ing city and will sell for $3000. Apply W. H. Brooks. Val Verde addition. Bell phone 3310. FOR SALE A Shetland pony mare colt out of the prize winner "Nigger." at the El Paso horse show. Call at 320 Trust Building. "WANTED A few more day boarders. S20 N. Oregon. Mrs. BIppus. OWNER DESm.ES TO SELL prettiest 4 room red brick home in town, nearly new, strictly modern, gas. sewer, large , grounds, on corner. 3300 Frutas St. WAXTJED Office desk; can use flat or roll top. Write 70, Herald. JUST LISTED WITH US. 37 acres of nice white alluvial soil. 14 acres in alfalfa, balance grew 60 bushels of wheat to acre and 40 bush els of corn. Has small house and orch ard. Price $80 per acre; terms. Can secure 35 acres of raw land adjoining this, perfectly level, facing main road, at $50 an acre. This land is within 3 miles of Canutillo bridge and the new macadamized road. Write or call for further particulars. No trouble t 1 show it Hatton Realty Co., 224 Mesa Ave. GLASSES MADE WRONG. Are worse than no glasses. They irri tate and inflame your eyes, give you severe headache, and in many cases nervous "prostration follows. Some times St. Vitus dance and epilepsy will be the result of glasses fitted wrong. If Vnilr PVPC ct-r hood frniihloo trrii trnii need glasses, but vou must have them made right to give you relief. I fit your eves and make thft e-lftSKPK mvsrif. .-.. .- "" w - J- niaKe taem right. Geo. D. Kendall, 207 A Mesa Ave. HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO TRADE If so. call and see us. We have a 5 ' room house to trade for anvthlng you have to offer if the value is right. Anderson-Bennett Realty Co., Rooms 21 and 22, Bassett & Edwards Building. Phone 491. FOR SALE A Shetland pony mare colt out of the prize winner "Nigger," at the El Paso horse show. Call at 320 Trust Building. FOR SALE $600. 8 elegantly fur nished rooms 2 blocks from city hall; lease; cheap rent E. Mu care Herald. WANTED 3 furnished rooms and bath within 7 blocks of P. O, for light house- keeping; state price. M. 16, care of -tteraid WANTED Partner in irood Daylnsr r iiaj'i 2 or a iurnlshed rooms for housekeeping; no invalids or chil- aren. al u. D., Herald. WILL MAKE tailored waists at SOc each. Call room 28, 421 N. Oregon. LOST Umbrella on New Year's day on uouniy roaa Detween Evergreen ceme- terv pnrl Vnl Voiyo oilrlitsnn tittt7- tt l?nfiiM' irllH. 1 j c- i t.. -.uj.u w .uuciier, xt .jaurenouse xik. Bell phone 1212. MADA3I CLEO. CLAIRVOYANT. Advice on all affairs of life. 116 St. Louis. Strictly confidential. FOR SALE 2 Government Hill cor ner lots, $400. Bell 2414. TWO SUNNY housekeeping rooms. Ap ply 1011 N. El Paso. v, - FOR RENT New 5 room cottage Highland Park. Apply 714 N. Camp- bell. Bell 2396. LOST OR STRAY'ED from Washington Park track. 2 bay colts coming' 2 years Old. With halters nn. Flnrir rfftUtroT. to Mr. Pepper at Park and reward "will be paid, or phone 1033 Bell or write E. Linnell, 325 Prospect Ave.. city. 5130 CASH buys 5 passenger 2 cylinder touring car in good condition. Phone 1757. WANTED An experienced window trimmer at The Emporium Dry Goods Co., cor. Broadway and Overland. A GOOD INVESTMENT. Nice modern 4 room briok, 44 foof lot, fences, shed and stable, on BouIeVrd. Bassett's addition; leased to June 1st at $20 per month. Price for quick sale $2350; $S50 cash, balance $25 per month. This property cost the owner $2650. D. G. Helnemnn. 207 St. Louis St. FOR RENT. 6 room brick house - "vt'Ith front and rear yards; modern, outhouse and stable at 919 N. Kansas St., for $40; under lease $35.90. Ask Hodge Realty Co. 315 N. Oreiron St Too Late to Classify No Ad. Less Than 25c. i EIGHT ROOM HOUSE. There arel2 full lots with beautiful I trees and lawns, stables, chicken yaris laud fult trees. The interior finish of tn ? hous is absolutely uptodate. Co:r-- plete heating plant and beautiful elec- ! trie fixtures. Remember it has a 250 ; foot frontage and is surrounded by good homes. Price verv reasonable. "W. F. Payne. , , np.nnrRn ?innn I rru o i ..,..m, t nciuuuciu oiuuu. Nevada St.. can be bought for ?100u I - . . - T less than orig.nal price. VC F. Payne. ARIZONA ST. 37x120 feet building site this side of Brown St. Price only $200. W. F. Payne. S. EAST CORNER, 100x120 feet, Ari zona St., for $3200. AV. F. Payne. BUGNALOW. 5 ROOM BUNGALOW, one of the best in town, just finished, south front on Rio Grande, cement walks and porch; interior finish Is firstclass. Price $4200 W. F. Payne. WANTED Young office man, healthy. ' .YanuLr"oa n NXv e 4 A " , ilj' within 8 or 10 blocks of P. O. Price ""ist be reasonable. Address box 1120, t - FOR SALE 26 outside rooms, well fur- j nished, full every night; cheap rent, j suu-a iuuu.iiuii. .n. v., nciam ?30 CASH, balance $10 per month, will buy lots 13 and 14, block 92, East El Paso. Lee Orndorff.. Phone 53 FOR SALF Chickens, dining table, leather bottom chairs, Quick Meal gaso line stove, folding couch, oil stove, drugget, bed and springs, "household I goods of all kinds at a bargain Take Fort Bliss car, corner Park and Fort Boulevard. John W. Robertson BIGGEST BARGAIN IN THE CITY A new 8 room 2 story cottage, plumbed upstairs and down; large closets, ar ranged to conveniently rent - of the rooms; very artistic. Price $3500; terms like rent or will rent furnished on vear's lease. Apply Hatton Realty Co. ; FOR RENT-3 room nicely furnished modern flat; $20 a month. Hatton Realty Co. WORTH LOOKING AT. If you want a nice home on an Im- Proved street, with plenty of g look at .o. 1220 Wyoming St. round, D. G. Heinemnn. 207 St. Louis St. FIVE OR SIX ROOM HOUSE WANTED About $500 down; must be close in; 2 full lots. S3, care Herald. DONT OVERLOOK Those bargains in East El Paso lots. The prices are low now, but watch them grow. I have the bargains. D. G. Helncman, 207 St. Louis St. THE PRICE IS RiGHT. New modern 5 room red pressed brick, mission finish, front porch ce- ment very large back porch screened. south front on Ft. Bliss car line, East I El Paso. Price only $2450; cash. , Owner leaving town. D. G. Heineman, 207 St. Louis St. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. Large 2 room brick house, 4 corner lots, block 127. East El Paso, lfblock Bliss and Government Hill car lines; non-resident owner notifies me to sell for $1250 cash. D. G. Hcincman. 207 St. Louis St. MYRTLE AVE. LOTS. 2 south frojjt lots on Myrtle Ave., Bassett's addition, only $1100. D. G. Heinemau. 207 St. Louis St. ON BOULEVARD. 37 foot south front lot with small buildings, rented, street paving paid; price $1400; very easy terms. D. G. Heineroan, 207 St. Lonls St. AT THE RIGHT PRICE. 6 room modern red pressed brick, south front corner. Mundy Ave. Owner leaving city, will sell for $4350. D. G. Helncman. 207 St. Louis St. OFFICE ROOM FOR RENT at 308 Mesa. Kettler Realty Co. Phone 134. VALLEY LAND BELOW CITY, S17.50. Kettler Realty Co. 2 STORY BRICK, north side; best buy in city. Kettler Realty Co. COLORED PEOPLE. To Rent Fine brick house near Tol tec club; hot water, range, bath; cheap. Bailey, 219 Mesa. NEW MODERN '.OTT VGE OF FIVE ROO',(; FOR 83.100. It's a barg JV and vou will say so whfou sct t just been completed: never been occupied: terms easy. Lone Star Land Co., " 213 Texas St. ONE WHOLE BLOCK ON THE MESA FOR $31 no. Biggest bargain in the city. See us. quick. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. $100 BUYS A ItODEUV FIVE ROOM 1 cottage. I The balance payable $25 per month. Here is an opportunity ou are not often offered; just like rent. It is in East El Paso on car line and of cement block construction, cement basement, porches, and you'll have to hurry. Price $2750. Lone Sfsir Laud Co., 213 Texas St FINEST BUILDING SITE IN MUNDY HEIGHTS FOR $2,100. It is the only real choice building site left in this Beautiful addition. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. Sole Agents. ONE OF THE BEST FARMS in the upper valley for sale. Our price $15 ,000; contains ISd acres, greater part under cultivation; all farm machineo; terms. Lone Star Land. Co., 213 Texas St 1.000,000 ACRES, STOCKED RANCH In Mexico. One of the finest propositions ever offered in this city. See uVquick; full particulars on application at our office. . ' Lone Star Land Co 213 Texas St. FOR SALE The furniture of 9 rooms, new; no sickness; lease if wanted. 16 per month. Call 1004 Boulevard. NEW SANITARY COUCHES for $3.75 Thursday only. Aldrich Furniture Store, 215 N. Stanton. Bell phone 2066. PASTURAGE--500 acres good pasture, S2 a month. Will Davis, Ysleta. Tex. FOR RENT 5 room cottage in first class condition; Iso. 1411 Nevada St- $25 ner month. Lee Orndorff. Phone 530. FOR RENT 5 room cottage on Texas St; in Bassett Add.; only $20 per month. Lee Orndorff, 200 St. Louis St. $3000, GOOD TERMS, will buy a new 5 room brick cottage on a southeast p.nmpr nn Nevada St Thfn Vinnt- i 1 complete in every aetau and Is rented J for $30 per month. Lee Orndorff. j 3 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT, $20. Ket- tier Realty Co., 30S Mesa. j " LOST A bay mare colt. 3 year; cut ! mark left hlnd ankle. Notify J. Cassen. j Coney Island saloon. w FOR RENT OR SALE Restaurant, all j complete, good location; good business, long lease, cheap rent. Inquire 209 St. Louis St. N .. - -.. .. 'FOR 5ALK Weil Known wueeu -- taurant established 10 years; bargain. .Alt' Q K!l PftQn ST Li403 S. El Paso St. MASONIC NOTICES. ISj FASO LODGE If0.3. A. F. A A. . Regular m-etlnsrs ist ana. Jca Wednesdays of each raontiu. E. W. a Neff. Secy. J. D. Mason. "5V. iL Masonla Relief board. 3rd floor Ma- aoniu Tempi b. Office houra. 1C a. aa. to 12 m. L. E. Glllett. Secy. j SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLIES ! rR ETERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALI, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. REGULAR MEETING. OF $i HARMONY CHAPTER, No. 244. O. E. S. Thursday Evening. Jan. 0, S O clock. Estorici Walker, W. M. Anna O'Rear. Secy. M02TEY AND METALS. Jfevr Yort lnottoa. EBy AssociateC "Fress.J New York. Jan. 5. Money on call 6S percent. Prifeie mercantile paper. 55 par cent. CIos1b:t Quotation Today. Bar silver, 52. Desilverized leacr. S4.G74.72. Copper, standard and Jan., $13.25 Q 13.60; March, $13.4013.70. Mexican dollar-. s4c Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $6.12. Correal Cmciier Quotation. CE Tqso Smelter. Silver . . . 52 Copper wire bars (cis. per lb.).. 13 9-16 Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.J 13 7-16 Lead. CNew York sa?es prices) $4.70 Lead (London sales prices). 13, sl3, d9 (Douglas Smelter Quotations.) rcineering and Mining Journal. (Nev York.) Bar silver 52.62 Copper 13.46 NSW YORK LISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe.. Ariz.). i AmflltrnrrmfprJ onr ,, Smpltfn- - ima? -r ca,n meltln0 .,.10134 u."ua ai muuwju xiupia xra-nsit Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 156 i Colorado Fuel & Iron 4S:& Erie Ry 3374 Mo. Kan. & Texas 49 Mo. Pacific ,.. 711,4 "w"'S 167 Rock Island 49 southern Ry , 33 1 Southern Pacific 136 Texas Pacific 35 Union Pacific 202 IT. S. Steel, common 87 Wabash . 25 BOSTON LISTED STOCKS (By Special Wire to The Herald" from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.). Adventure Arizona Commercial 4S .tsosion uorotn 23 Boston Con 22 Calumet & Arizona 101 Centennial 33 Copper Range 33 iDaly West si East Butte 13' i'iaiiKJiii ...... 17i Giroux ; 11 3 Granby m' Greene Cananea 11 Hancock v 32 '" Helvetia . 5 " Isle Royal 2S Keweenaw . 51, Lake Copper' i(fe 70 La Salle 16 Mass. 6 Miami 2S Michigan r-. 7 Nevada Con. 26 Newhouse 4 1-16 North Lake ". S North Butte 46 i Old Dominion 53 Ojibway 11 Shannon 17 Superior & Boston 16 Superior & Pittsburg 16 Tamarack 75 Trinity 10 U. S. Smelters, common ..'. 54 Utah Consolidated 5S?S Utah Copper 45 i UNLISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire tc The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Aris.). Ariz-Mich, part paid 45c Arlzpe 43c 'Bay State Gas 52c Black Mountain "C Boston Ely 4 Butte Balaklava 10 Butte & London 27c Cactus 6 Cal. & Mont 2 Chino Copper Co 12 Chemung 15 Chief Con 2 Cordova, part paid 1 Cordova, full paid 3 Cumberland Ely 8 Cole Develop. 40c Davis Daly 4 Denn.-Ariz -4 Ely Central 2 Gila Copper 9 Inspiration Copper I. 9 Live Oak Development 24 Lake Superior & Arizona 3 Majestic of Utah 1 Mason Valley 2 1-16 Nat. Min. Ex 62c New Keystone y Ohio Copper 5 Pinto Copper 27 '" Raven 79C Raj' Central 3. Ray Con 261! Savannah, part paid , o San Antonio, part paid Ir. 9 Shattuck 21 Sierra 4- Superior & Globe, part paid 1 Tonopah 7 Warren 2M IPC TRRPV'P SfliiDSfMO I v mw 1 5 w IXluKBI-CB sal b v? SOc 2 Grain and Provisions. Chicago Urain, i-T- .. HW Wheat May July Corn May July Oats Mav July ..$1-13 .. 1.03 & '.. 67 .. 67 .. 47 .r 44 --- ' Chicago Provlsioa.- Cios Pork May $21.90 July 21.95 Lard Mai- $12.07 July 12.02 Rlb May $11.52 July 11.52 LIVESTOCK Kansas City Llvero; Close. Kansas City, Mo.. Jan. 5. Cattle Receipts 6000. including 300 southerns; strong, 10c higher. Native steers, $5.00 5.25; southern steers, $4.006.25; southern cows, $2.75 4.35; native cows and heifers, $2.75 6.25; stockers and feeders, $3.255.25; bulls, $3.255.00; calves, $1.00 9.00; western steers, $4.00 6.50, western cows, $3.00 4.75. Hogs Receipts 8000; strong to 5c higher; bulk, SS.20S.20; heavy, $8.45 8.55; packers and butchers, $S.25 8.50; light, $8.008.40; pigs, $6.50 7.50. Sheep Receipts 5000; strong. Mut tons, $4.7586.00; lambs, $7.00S.60; fed western yearlings and wethers, $5.00 7.50; fed western ewes, $5.00 5.40. Chicago LIv;tpIi. Cxn Chicago. 111.. Jan. 5. Cattle Re ceipts 15.000; strong. 10c higher. Texas steers, $4.10(5)5.15; western steers, $4.10 fri.et 9k- crr1j-r.Y-cr 1,1 1 rnoloi-c tf 1 ft (Rl 5.30; cows and heifers, $2.205.55; calves. $7.25 9.50. Hogs Receipts 25,000; 5c higher. Light, $S.158.55; mixed, $8.20 8.64; heavy, $S.30S.70; rough. $S.3038.45; good to choice heavy, $8.45 8.70; pigs, $7.408.40; bulk, $8.40(8-60. Sheep Receipts 14.000; strong. lOo higher. Native, $3.85 6.10; western, $4.006.10; yearlings. $ 6.60 j 8.10:. lambs, native, $6.258.90; western, $6.25S.S5, For Worth Livestock C5t. ' Fort Worth. Tex.. Jan. 5. Cattle Receipts 2000; hogs 3000. Steers steady, tops $5.00; cows higher, tops $4.30; calves steady, tops $5.50. Hogs Higher, tops $8.45. WOOL. . St. L.onls W00T. Close st. Louis, Mo., Jan. 5. Wool quiet. Territory and western . odiums, 252S; fine mediums, 2024; line, 1221. WOUNDED OFFICER IS BROUGHT HERE (Continued From Page One) by hiding behind a hay stack near the scene of the shooting. Undergoes Operation. McAdams was taken to Providence hospital immediately upon his arrival here and was operated on by Dr. M. O. "Wright and Dr. H. W. Hardy, of Cor ona, who accompanied him to El Paso. One of the! shots passed through the left hand and the other entered the abdo men, passed through the stomach, and came out the small of the back. The man's condition is reported critical by Dr. Wright this afternoon, with only a bare chance of recovery. McAdams and Richardson drove to the Trapp home Tuesday afternoon to notify the elder Trapp that the men who were on his bond for his appear ance at Carrizozo to answerto the charge of carrying a gun, wished to be released and that it would be nec essary for him to come to Corona the following day. Before McAdams had an opportunity to explain the purpose of -his visit, he says, the elder Trapp and his two sons fired on the two men. McAdams was accompanied to El Paso by his brotherinlaw, W. T. Crab tree, a rancher at Corona. The deputy sheriff has a wife and family of nine children living in Corona. Dr. Wright stated! today that from the appearance of "the wounds in Mc Adams's body, the shots that took ef- j feet had been fired from a revolver. Malcom Trapp, one of the sons, was shooting the only pistol, according to McAdams's statement the father and the younger son using Winchesters. J. C. Trapp and both of his sons sur rendered to the sheriff at Roswell. N. M., late this afternoon, according to a telegram to The Herald. INSURGENTS ANNOYED AT HAZING PARTY (Continued From Pagre One.) bo sent to congress tomorrow Instead of Friday. Insurgents Amazed. With amazement and anger the in surgent Republican members of the house today read the published re ports that they are to be singled out by the administration fcr punishment for their "rebellious conduct." Several of them are unsparing in their denunciation of the policy which sought to punish a man for Independ ence of thought and action as they ex pressed it Not a few were loath to believe president Taft would lend his aid in an effort to administer a ca3ti gation to them for supporting the very principles and policies for which hey claimed the party Itself stood pledged. "The insurgent: are not against Tatt or his policies." said representative Madison, of Kansas. "We are unani mously. I believe, in favor of every leading reform to which the presidenl and the Republican party are commit ted. It is not the insurgents of the house but men like Aldrich and Can non whom the president will have to induce to support his 'policies. The Insurgents are for them already and have been all the time." COUNTY OFFICERS INDICTED FOR ACCEPTING BRIBES Muskogee, Okla.. Jan. 5. T. B. Sut ton, former chairman of the county commission, and Charl Hanrert. coun tv surveyor, were jointly indicted by the special irrand iurv here today. charred wifch accepting bribes of $1500. irpm jonn 1. uiiphiuit, represpnunjr fne Vancennes, Ind.. Bridge Go. OHphant se cured the contract to build bridges in fuskoee county to the amount of $23, 000. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. An examination for Immigration in spectors is being held in the United States court room In the federal build ing today. The examination Is being given by cashier M.H. McKinney, of the customs hpuse. who Is also secre tary of the civil service examination board. There are 50 applicants taking the examination. HURT IN RUNAWAY. Stamford, Tex.. Jan. 5. Joe L. Grimes, a student in Stamford collegiate institute, was probably fatally injured, here today when he leaped from a car riage while his horse "was running away. The boy's head struck the gravel Wolverine & Ariz. Yuma EL PASOAK IS IN TEOUBLE AT GLOBE Guy Eiile Is Given Horse whipping and Is Also Arrested. Globe, Ariz., Jan. 5. Guy Rule, repre senting the Great Western Art aca demy, 103 South Campbell street. El Paso, was arrested here this morning charged with obtaining moiey under failed to deliver goods as per contract, failed to deliver gods as per contract, and also that he was abusive to the women here. Will Shanley, of this city, is said to have assaulted Rule with a horse whip to secure the original picture of his baby. LOSES HIS WINE; MTT'BDEBS FAMILY French Murderer Had For tune Five People Are Killed by Farm Hands. Paris. Prance. Jan. 5. Two crimes of more than usual ghastliness are re ported one at Marseilles, the other on a little farm at Jully, a villago in the Yonne department, about 25 miles from the town of Tonerre. Eleven persona in all were killed. At Jully five people were murdered by two farm hands Swiss both of them who were arrested near Tonerre. Tha tragedy occurred on a farm occupied by a farmer named Verrleres and his wife and their four children. At Marseilles a publican lost his tem per because of the leakage of a barrel of wine, and murdered Ms wife, Ms mother, his daughter, and his two sons. He then blew out his own brains. Tha murderer left a fortune of $60,00&. THE COTJBTS 34th DISTRICT. J. R. Harper, Presiding:. Paula Rodriguez de Lira vs. Mexican Central Railroad, company, suit for damages; on trial. 41at DISTRICT. A. M. Walthall, Presiding. Mrs. Emily Teel vs. J. M. Donthian, suit to try title; on trial. COUNTY COURT. A. S. J. Eylar, Presldlsg. Mrs. Lus Pena receiving stolen prop erty; acquitted. Jose Bargas, Rafael Palz, Juan 3&r quez, theft; sentenced to serve 60 days each in county Jail. JAPANESE TO HAVE NEW PASSENGER LINERS Shanghai, China, Jan. 5. The ambi tious Japanese are not content that th& staemshlp lines with which they glrdia the earth shall loiter In the race. Ac cordingly the Nippon Tusen Kalsha makes the interesting announcement ihat commencing with the New Tear, its European service is to be complete ly remodeled. The majority of the old er steamers will be withdrawn, and six powerful new twin screw vessels, each of 8500 tons gross register, substi tuted. These fin? modern vessels have al ready perfor-uK-J a voyage or two a3 extra vessels, and have become exceed ingly popular with passengers and ship pers. Their accommodation ia of a char acter in keeping with the everincreasingr demands of the bcean voyage, while the victualling, is of the highest class. A. & M. COLLEGE MAN IS REAPPOINTED BT CURRT Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 5 Governor Curry has reappointed "William E. Gar rison; president of the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, a member of the territorial board of education. CUSTOMS COLLECTOR MAY BE NAMED THIS WEEK A collector of" customs for the port of. El Paso is expected to be announced in Washington this week. Cecil Lyon is now in Washington loking after col lector Sharpe's interests. WD7E GRANTED DIVORCE. Mrs. Mia Francis was today granted a divorce from Marion Francis In the 34th district court. The couple were mar ried at Cameron, Tex., 189 S. on Feburu ary 15. WANTS HORSES PENSIONED. J. J. Connors has asked the mayor e have "John and Frank." two fire horses, pensioned. The blacks served for 18 years on the fire department and at present are being worked by the sani- tary department. M. COBLENTZ PAYS FINE. M. Coblentz, who was arrested on the charge of exceeding the automobile speed limit; entered a plea of guilty, through his attorney. In justice E. H. Watson's court and paid a fine of $5 and costs. HELD BY POLICE. C. D. Conlin, arrested, by detectives this morning as a suspicious character Is being held awaiting advices from. San Francisco. He is said to have a brother In jail In Mexico. TOYAH HAS FHE LOSS. Toyah, Tex., Jan. o. A $5000 fire oc curred at Toyah last night" The old town hall, a confectionery store and three car loads of grain and hay which were stored In the hall were destroyed. MEXICAN IS STABBED. Santa Fe N. .., Jan. 5 A telegram received from Taos says that Eplmenlo Romero was seriously stabbed at Rio Del Pueblo, a suburb of Penasco and that Manuel and Teofilo Barela and Pedro Martinez have been arrested. Faywood Hot Springs. At these springs you can get a new lease of life perfect rest health and beneficial recreation. Here are the fa. mous curative waters, unsurpassed for the treatment of Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver and Stomach disorders. These waters possess medicinal properties un equaled even by the most noted Health Resorts "across the pond." Then you can enjoy your favorite past time, horse bade riding, driving, hunting, billiards, or if you like just plain loafing. The hotel accommoda tions are ideal. A few weeks at this "home of health" will add many vears to your life. It Is situated in south western New Mexico. Sixty day round trip rate on the Srama. -ve route. Ad dress T. C. McDermot, Faywood. N M. Can BeH 115, Auto 1115, tell what you want to buy, sell or rent and . The Herald will do the rest.