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L PASO HERALD
r, ry , m t r ) 9 i - ll TOR SALE RAL ESTATE. THE PHOEXIX-EL PASO BUILDING COMPANY will build you a house any where in the city, or you select the lots and we "will buy them and bulla the house according to your own plans and give you long time EASY MONTH LY payments. "We own some of the best south front building sites in tne -iV., , t vn,. iMs yTnmo nr, mi1t lust as vou would have it. come in and " "" f"?T'?2' Ji""' "r"i talk with us about it. We build only the best and know we can please you. BEFORE YOU BUY OR BUILD come in and see what we can do for you. This is an El Paso institution, El Paso capital, interested in the upbuilding- of GREATER EL PASO and we want you to know about It. PHOEXIX-EL PASO BUILDING CO., AuderxoR-BcKRctt Realty Co., Sole Affcnt. Rooms 21 and 22, Bass ett-Ed wards Building. Phone 491. VIKEYARD TRACT ACRES. 20 acres in Vineyard Tract, on tha county road and the route jof the new electric car line to Fort Hancock; has lull water rights contracted under first allotment, from Elephant Butt dam; ditched ready for irr'gation. CHEAP. AUSTIN & MARK, 203 Texas St. Phone 352. "We will take vendors lien note?, as part payment for this property: 35x 120 feet on Oregon St. corner, 3 blocks from postoffice. Income $120 per month. Price $12,500. "We have a piece of business prop erty in the heart of the business dis trict on San Antonio St. at $1050 per front foot. This property Is now pay ing 6 percent interest on the purchase price. This is undoubtedly the biggesr bargain on the market today. The terms are cash, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years at 7 percent If Interested see us at once as this is too good to last. Business property 42 by 120 feet on El Paso street. Income $280 per month. Price $900 per front foot. On Mesa aveeue near Boulevard: 25 by 120 feet; improved. Price $5250. $1100 will buy 2 lots on Myrtle Ave. In the Bassett addition. Two lots on San Antonio St at $1250 each. FOR RENT, A firstclass livery stable, suitable for garage, close in, 100 by 120 feefe Will lease or rent by the month. $75. BEHR & WATTS. Money to loan. "We write fire in surance. ( Phone 454. City Nat. Bank Bldg. VINEYARD TRACT ACRES. 20 acres in Vineyard Tract, on the ecusty road and the route of the new electric car line to Fort Hancock: has full water rights contracted under first allotment from Elephant Butte dam; ditched ready for irrigation. CHEAP. AUSTIN &. MARK, 200 Texas St. Phons 352- BE PROTECTED AGAINST BURGLARS. WE SELL BURGLARY INSURANCE. NEWMAN INVEST3IENT COMPANY. LOWER VALLEY BARGAINS. 1 acres of very fine land with a 5 room house; new, good shingle roof, good location, about 1 miles north of Ysleta. "Well ditched, a beautiful little 'home. See this before you buy. 30 acres of fine land 8 miles below El Paso on county road; all in cultiva tion; 11 acres in alfalfa; canal runs through; good new pump, 2 good houses, barns, fine chicken house, right uptodate. This is the best buyin the valley. Don't fail-to see it: good terms. PETERMAN-LANSDEN REALTY CO ..Free phone 226C 1 rings black. Ysleta, Texas. WAREHOUSE AND FACrOItl 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. Sam Antonio and Anthony Sts., on A., T. & S. F. railroad. 128 feet by 91 feet. cor. of Chihuahua end Main Sta.; opposite the chamber of commerce building; 4 fronts. MISCELLANEOUS. 69 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. IL H. THORNE, C18 Saa Fraaclccc St. Iaccsie asd Iavecimen. Real Estate. TWO ATTRACTIVE: OFFERS. 50 acres alfalfa, near Chambe'-ino opposite new Anthony bridge; main ditch and main road parallel property. Every acre highly improved and produces heavily; house, orchard and fully equipped with stock and Imple ment 40 acres at LaIesa, X. M., . in alfalfa. in cultivation; part cash, balance 2 years. These two splendid properties will not be on the market lojfg owing to bargain figures offered. Addre&s P. O. Box 7L EI Paso. Tex. MEXICO LANDS. OLD MEXICO AND SOUTHWEST TEXAS LANDS, large tracts our spe cialty. BUTLER REALTY CO., 315 N. Oregon, Jict to St. Resist a Use Herald Want Ads. Too JLifltC One Cent A A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care"" of The Herald office -were awaiting the following ad vertisers this morning. 1UB iwe5 anuiua ae caaieu wr nut ater than one week after being- bullo- tined: C. T. T. C. S- Z. W. P. M. F. 350 X. n H. C. Engineer J. 355 Robert 3L G. References M. 76 Business M. 106 59 - N. 133 123 O. 158 205 O. 164 99 O. 179 15 P. 1$8 , 216 P. 213 WANTED A lady stenographer and j bookkeeper; one that knows something of Spanish and insurance business pre- i ferred. Address un own hand writing P. O. box 2S3, city. 'WHY PAY RENT When you can buy a 5 room modern brick on 2 lots for $2000? Terms like rent. TV. T. Downing, 209 Mesa Ave. FORTUNE BECKONS TO YOU. To make big money buy this beauti ful corner on Stanton St., 83x120. "We have .a special price on this for a few days. They tell us the new postoffice vill be located in this neighborhood, so get busy if you want in on this. See us for price and terms. x Cassidy &. Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. Phone 920. WE HAVE FOR SALE Large 9 room flat on Upson Ave., close to Carnegie square. "Will trade for L valley land. x Austin & Marr, 304 San Antonio St ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE The best bargain in town. 8 rooms all nicely, furnished, for $400. Owner is called away fromm the city and must sell this week. If you ever expect to buy a rooming house get this. See the Real Estate & Business Exchange, 315 X. Oregon St Ask for Butler. FOR RENT Newly furnished bedroom, private family; no invalids. Bell phone 961. i WANTED TO BUY Large lots scrap brass and copper. Union Iron and Brass Works. "WANTED Ornamental iron worker. Apply Union Iron & Brass Works. NOTICE, H03IESEEKERS. There isn't any style of a house at any price in a desirable locality "that we cannot show you. Owners of resi dence property for sale list with us immediately, appreciating our facilities for doing a large business. Cassidy & Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. Phone 920. LOST Purse on county road. Reward sf returned to Mrs. C. McCarthy, 415 Mesa. WANTED Position as levelman or rod man on surveying crew; can furnish recommendations; will work in old Mexico or -wherever desired; have had technical training. "Write T. 268, Her ald. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. VINEYARD TRACT ACRES. 20 iCcres In Vineyard Tract on the county road, and the route of the new electric car line to Fort Hancock; has rull water rights contracted under first allotment from Elephant Butte dam; ditched ready for irrigation. CHEAP. AUSTIN & MARR, 200 Texas St Phone 352. VALLEY LAND BUYER. Here is positively the biggest bar gain In the upper valley without ex ception. Just read this and consider, then f WU111G AAA. ailU ICt IAO jjiVC JUU A-CA fcii-k n particulars. It lies 18 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 held at $100 an acre. "We sell you this with gilt edge warrantee title for $60 an acre, with terms and the first year's crop will product that much. Xo trouble to show it For further par ticulars apply to f Ha tt os Realty Co., 224 Mesa Ave. MESILL VALL15T 1TAEMS FOR SALE. We have lands at La Union. Cham brino. Berlno and Anthony, the real "Heart of the Mesilla Valley." If you contemplate buying land for farming or Investment we would be glad to have you call or write us your LAUSON & BEECHRR. i Real Estate. Antaosv. N. TT. FOR SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE A bargain if taken quick. 5 room cottage with large hall. Price $3550. If this don't suit make me an offer. Inquire Dr. L. M. Breck, 109 S. El Paso St FOR SALE BY OWNER New G room home; splendid location. Phone 1019. A $1000 CUT Js what we are authorized to make in the price of that beautiful S room home on Nevada St You know it has 2 full south front lots, cement walks and blue stone retaining wall. The stand of rass Is simply fine. As to the interior finish it's just what you would want, having a nice reception -hall with wide opening Into living room and a beauti ful colonnade built between living room and dining room, floors exceptionally well polished. This is going to be sold cheap. You'd better see it soia cnesVBX- R003I HOUSE, Almost new; no sick folks have ever occupied the house and it .sas never been rented. Every room tastily tinted. Unusually attractive mantel and elec tric fixtures. Price ?6?0- T5UILDING SITES. Best huilding site left on Mesa Ave., f37yx?20 feet, Arizona St Price $1200. 100x120 feet S. E. corner, Arizona St Price $3200. You can Tnake 3 building sites of this. ,. ALFALFA RANCH. The best 400 acre ranch in the valley can be nad at a very attractive price. FIRE IXSURAXCE. ' PLATE GLASS AND BURGLARY IN SURANCE. M TTTT HEALTH, ACCIDENT AND LF7E STOCK INSURANCE. ,t WE "WILL WRITE YOUR BOND. W. F. PAYNE. Phone 1250. 307 N. Oregon! Automobiles at your service. To Word. Ad. Less Than 25c. WANTED By firstclass male stenogra pher and bookkeeper, position in El Paso; experienced in railroad or news paper business, office work. Address room 114, Angelus hotel. $150 BUYS SEW modern 5 room red pressed brick house in East El Paso on Ft. Bliss car line; is finished in gold en oak and is a beauty. Price $3000. "Wall take furniture or lots as first pay- j ment. Phone 1757. "WANTED Competent white girl for ; housework; good wages. 1215 Rio I Grande. Phone 824. ROOM -FLAT FOR SALE Will sell cheap. Call Auto, phone 1503 for par ticulars. FOR RENT. Store Building Occupied by Vogue Dry Goods Co. Ground floor, basement and second floor, embracing 22,700 square feet floor space; passenger eJevatr, steam heat; possession give by or before Feb. 1st; long lease to right party; good location for large business. Horace B. Stevens, Agent. WANTED A good man that "under stands packing books and nailing up boxes; no other need apply. Gammel Pub. Co., 420 San Aniknio. IF TniS DOESN'T MOVE Y"OU To immediate action nothing would. We mean just what we say. Read this and get busy. A modern 6 room house located close in on N. Stanton St; only $6500. Unforseen circumstances posi tively necessitate a quick sale, hence this reduction in price. See us for par ticulars. " Cassidy & Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. Phone 920. NO ORIENTALS employed at the Mer cantile Cafe, 112 S. Stanton. NICELY furnished large front room with board, close in. 209 Upson Ave. "WILL TRADE N. Oregon St. lot Will trade 2 lots fen N. Oregon St in on residence north side preferred. See us for particulars. Cassidy & Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. Phone 920. AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN desires a permanent place to sew. T. G., 316 So nora St WANTED By an experienced cook a position; prefer working from 7 in the morning until 5 oclock in the evening. T. G., 316 Sonora St BILLY SMITH, EX-CHIEF DETEC TIVE, is prepared to undertake all gen eral detective work entrusted to him by corporations, banks and private in dividuals; best of reference given. All correspondence strictly confidential. Ad dress P. O. box 6S1. OWNER LEAVES For land of birth March 1st and has listed his beautiful new cottage of 5 rooms and basement, with 4 lots, all fenced at $1000 less than actual cost A corner, on car line, in Government Hill. The prettiest place in- city to xve. -i.no smoKe, no n-j-ise. Jiust dc seen to be appreciated. Cassidy fc Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. Phone 920. BULL DO"GS FOR SALE Prettiest looking brindle pups in town. 305 S. EI Paso St DONT LET THAT LITTLE JOB worry you any longer. Phone the odd job carpenter at Bell 2113. LOST OR STOLEN White collie dog. J eft ear and eve brown or sahlp: liberal reward and no Questions asked, for his return to 913 Mesa Ave., or phone Bell 1070. FOR SALE OR TRADE BY OWNER New 5 room cottage, $150 down, $25 per month; will trade equity in house or lots or valley land. Pbne 2397. A BEAUTIFUL HOME That embodies quality and not quantity. There are 9 rooms and basement, fur nace heat, exquisite bath room fixtures. The lower floors finished in oak. You can't find more perfect workmanship, in fact it Is the best to be had. This home has been finished but a short time and it is worth looking at It is so situated that the increase in value will be fast; large lot with garage that is one. A charming home in a perfect location, surrounded by beautiful homes. Don't miss it Phone for ap pointment Cassidy & Dnvldion, Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. fr none 320. FOR SALE Good clean stock of gen eral merchandise in southern New Mex ico on Rock Island Ry.; stock and fix tures about $10,000, doing a good cash business: rent "reasonable; will take Ir rigated land in part payment Address X. Y. Z., caTe El Paso Herald. WANTED Portion by well educated, healthy, refined young 3ady; office work wuth chance of advancement p referred: references. Address H. E. D., care of Herald. FOR RENT Modern furnished 3 room flax, $20 a month with hot and cold water. Hatton Realty Co., 224 Mesa. UNUSUALLY GOOD VALUE In this home "of 9 rooms and basement; cement work all in; lot 56x120; only $6500. "We only ask $1000 cash, bal ance in a years; best residence section, niprth side. Cassicly & Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. Phone 920. WANTED Energetic man who has ability who will appreciate chance; small Investment required; same well secured. Room 29, St Regis hotel. HOUSES WANTED We .have custom ers for 7. and 8 room houses. For quick sale list immediately. Turner & Davis 106 Texas St MODERN, attractive cottage for sale on ArIzo"hy St. 4 rooms and bath; nice lawn and porches; good terms fiDr quick sale. -ri"j " "v.. iuuuc ujiij ur OUS. FOR RENT 2 room suite for house keeping; gas range. gThe Oxford. 418 Mesa Ave. jr FOR SALE Mahogany piano, brass bed springs and mattress,a a large oak dresser; high priced furniture only used a short time; will sell at a reasonable price. Phone 3148, between 1 and 4 days. . DRESS3LX KING -Miss Hilbert, 317 E Boulevard. WANTED Colored cook. Herald. H. E. Li., care AND BOARD Housekeeping 1100 Texas. DESIRABLE BUILDING SITES WANTED. We have cash customers for srood ! building sites Cassidy & Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. Phone 920. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS for house keeping, southeast, modern, hot bath; ?16. 1C04 Boulevard. Phone 10S3. Classify INVESTMENT. Would you be interested in a good safe investment that will pay large re turns? A few shares of Phoenix-El Paso Building Co. stock yet for sale. Call and let us show vou what we are doing. ' Anderson-Bennett Realty Co., Rooms 21 and 22, Bassett & Edwards Building. Phone 491. THE OWNER HAS LEFT EL PASO And the home mus be disposed of. One of the prettiest and best built 4 room bungalows in the city; close in on car line, north side. Reduced to $3750 for a quick sale; good terms; lot 40x120; south fnant Cassidy & Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. Phone 920. FOR SALE Remington Xo. 8 at a bar gain. Call at the Fox Agency, 207 Mesa Ave. FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms. 1013 X. Florence St. Bell phone 1948. 3700 BUYS THE BIGGEST BARGAIN on Boulevard St It's a modern cottago of 5 large rooms, hall, basement, broad front gallery; in fact it is the most at tractive cottage on the street; terms. Lone Star Lund Co., 213 Texas St. $3150 BUYS A 5 ROOM COTTAGE on a X. Campbell St corner. It's a snap and no mistake. Is worth $500 more than we are asking, but the owner Is a non resident, needs the money and must sell; terms 1-3 cash, balance easy. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. S2S50 BUYS AN ATTRACTIVE 4 ROOM cottage on N. Ange St There is posi tively nothing In the city to match it at our price. See us quick; our terms are easy. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. FOUR LOTS AND TWO R003I COT- tage $850. It's in Government Hill ad dition and a snap. See us about it; terms easy. , Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. FOR RENT. Five nice offices in the Bassett & Edwards building; suitable Tor doctor, lawyer or real estate. Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.. Rooms 21 and 22 Bassett & Edwards Building. Phone 491. FOR RENT 2 or 3 furnished rooms for housekeeping; also bedroom for gentle man. SOS Lawton St D7 YOU WILL ALLOW US ' To shbw you this place you will agree with" us that it is a bargain. The house contains 5 rooms and reception hall; also maid's room, outbuildings, etc; modern and uptodate: 3 foot terrace. ' retaining walls and walk inr lot 52x 120; located on Rio Grande St Price ouuo lor a quick sale. lour own terms. Cnssidy & Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. Phone 920. AVOID PROFANITY . By having your eyes fitted and your glasses made where it Is always done right at a right price. Geo. D. Kendall. 207 A Mesa Ave., Makes Glasses Right THAT HOME On Mundy Ave., modern G room brick, south fronit corner, S00 block. Price only $4350; terms. D. G. Helnemau. 207 St. Louis St. ON RIO GRANDE ST. Modern 5 room brick, 900 block. Price $4200. D. G. Helneman, 207 St. Louis St. FOR SALE A GOOD BUSINESS That will pay 30 percent on the invest ment, best of reason for selling. Can you beat it? If you mean business call and we will give full particulars. Anderson-Bennett Realty Co., Rooms- 21 and 22 Bassett & Edwards Building, Phone 491. HAbu a man wren a lew tnousand UUilttl.-) lo JM1 UIC1 ill LUC CCU ii.HU giillll business; 9. good proposition. Address P. O. box 172. LOST Razor. Reward if returned to Dr. Reinschmidt, 3317 Alameda. I WILL EXCHANGE Denver improved E-mount $3250 for vacant o improved in EI Paso "west of viaduct. Address T. 2S4. care of Herald. "WANTED Money to loan on real es tate security. R. M. RavrllBH, 315 N. Oregon. ' McKEE PAINT AND WALLPAPER CO. Glass setting on moment's notice. Bell 93. 408 N. Oregon. Auto. 2193. FOR RENT To healthy people with out small children; new unfurnished upstairs flat, 4 rooms and bath: close in. 512 N. Florence. Inquire 60S Mis-i souri St. Phone 1903. COLORED PEOPLE ATTENTION. S room fine brick, near Toltec club; bath ,hot water; cheap rent Bailey 219 Mesa. $375 A MONTH. Easy"money. 25 rooming house near P. O.; cheap rent Bailey, 219 Mesa. INVEST3D3NT. Would you be interested in a good safe Investment that will pay large re turns? A few shares of Phoenix-El Paso Building company stock yet for sale. Call and let us show you what we are doing. Anderon-Bcnnett Realty Co., Sole-Agents. Rooms 21 and 22 Bassett & Edwards Building. Phone 491 LOST White bull pup, 8 months, ears trimmed, black spot on back. Return to 1302 N. Stanton. Reward. "n,eiurn FOR SALE The Westminster Rooming house on N. Oregon St This place 'has not changed hands for 3 years; has 95 rooms, all rented; rtow clearin- $165 a month. This house is well furnished good carpets, Axminster and Brussels' If you want a moneymaker see this' Cause for selling too much work Want to get out of the business. For infor mation call 415 Mesa Ave. FOR SALE Lady's wine colored bnoad cloth cloak, satin lined, trimmed in black; never worn; size about 36- cost $22.50; will take $10. 415 Mesa Ave? WANTED A bright neat office hov Call -room 9, C. & L. block, afternoons" between and 6, Tuesday and Wednes day. IROX BEDS at'actual cost Wednesdav Don't miss this chance as lit is good lor one day only. R. L. Aldrich, 215 N Oregon. FOR REXT Nice sunny furnished room In Highland Park $8 a montl noT valids. Phone 3061. WANTED Good girl at Bassett Flat No. 7. FOR SAL.E A good sound stylish driv ing and riding horse at a bargain Call 113 S. Bl Paso; office upstairs. " HELD OX FOUR CIUllGES. Dr. J. N. Francis was arrested short ly after moon today at the corner of San Antonio and Stanton streets. At the police station ne was docketed on the charges of drunk, disturbing the neaco. using abusive language and fighting. Louis Adams, formerly in charge of the local immigration station, is visiting old friends in the city. Mr. Adams is at present chief Inspector of Immigra tion at Denrer, Colo. TfiOSrSJlKETS MONEY AET METALS. Kerr Yorlc Anottlo. IBy Associated IressJ Xew York. Jan. 11. Money on call 55& percent. Prime mercantile paper, 45 per cent a Closing QuotatloM Todax. Bar silver, 524. Desilverized leacr. S4.67?4 4.722. ' Copper, standard and Jan., ?13.2o 13.55; March, $13.2513.35. Mexican dollar, -inc. Spelter (St Louis quotation) $6.0d. Current Huieltcr Quotation. (El Taso Sroelter.3 Bar silver ' Copper wire bars (cts. per lb.).. 13 9-16 Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.).... 13 i -16 Lead (New York saies prices) "'? Lead '(London sales prices) .12, sl. uj Wccuyy Avcracc (Douglas Smelter Quotations.) Engineering and Mining Journal. (Now York.0 Bar silver 52.6U Copper lS.So NEW YORK LISTED STOCKS. (By Special "Wire tc Th Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe- Ariz.). Amalgamated - S7 z'3 American Smelter 100 Anaconda 5,2 'Brooklyn Rapid Transit '. 78 Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul,. .153 Colorado F uel and Iron 47 Erie Railway 33 Missouri, Kansas & Texas S Missouri Pacific 70 & Reading 166 Ys Rock Island 45 Southern Railway 32 Southern Pacific .134 Texas Pacific '. . 34 Vs. Union Pacific t 150 United States Steelj common .... 87 Wabash .' 23 BOSTON LISTED STOCKS (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. U. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)., ' Adventure 6 Ariz. Coml 4S Boston Corbin 22 Boston Con. .". t.v . 21 Cal. & Ariz .'100 Centennial 36 Copper Range S4 Daly "West .' ...'. 9 East Butte 1214 Franklin 17 Giroux ! 12 Granby 105 Greene Cananea 114 Hancack 33 Helvetia 5 Isle Royal .-. . . 2S Keweenaw .5;3 Lake Copper 94 La Salle ... Mass Miami Michigan . . Nev. Con. Newhouse . .. North Lake North Butte . 17 - 5 27 "'' .267s . 3 '- S ... 44 .... .T.- Old Dominion L 52 Ojibway . niZ Shannon 17 Superior & Boston ic Superior & Pittsburg ,16 ' Tamarack . 72 Trinity $11 U. S. Smelters, common ..?.;. 4.... 5-l .Utah Con . 443 ' TTrt V frtnno. rt ""' "VlJl OJ Wolverine ." 143. " UNLISTED STGOSS. (By Special "Wire tc The. Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Aris.). Arizona-Michigan, part paid 35c Black Mountain 42c Boston Ely 4 Butte Balaklava ...' 13 Butte & London 22c- Cactus ' 5ys Calumet & Montana '. 2 Chino Copper Co .. 12 Chemung & x 1414 Chief Con. -.....! 2i Cordova, part paid 1 Cordova, full paid 3 Cumberland El y v S Davis Daly ."... 4" . Denn-Arizona , 3i Ely Central . :... 2? Gila Copper 10& Inspiration Copper s. -.. 94 La Rose 5 Live Oak Development .. .' 22 Lake Superior & Arizona. - 3 l Majestic Copper of 'Utah 92c Mason Valley -. . 1 National Mining Fc 56c New Keystone . f 6 Ohio Copper -. . 5 5-16 Pinto Copper 22c Raven ... 7Sc Ray Central' - 4 Ray Con .. 2G'4 Savanna, part paid ". . 2& San Antonio, part pad'd '.. 8 Shattuck 1 21 Sierra - 1? Superior & Globe, part paid' 1 Tonopah 6?s Warren 2& Wolverine & Arizona 90c Yuma ' 1 Grain and Provisions. Chicago CJralB. Close. Wheat , 3Iay v. $1.136 July v. 1.03 1.03& Corn . ' May 6S& July ( 6S 0aMa7 ....' ;.. !47Kmi July 44gfc44 ' " J Chicago Provisions. ioe. porv , . May . ?21.S7 21.90 July 21.90 . MaT : $12.10 July 12.02 12.05 RMav .- $11.47 11.30 juiy :::: - LIVESTOCK Knnsns City Livestock. Close. Kansas City, Mo.. Jan. 11. Cattle Receipts 14,000, including 200 south erns; 10c lower. Native steers, $4.80 7.40; southern steers. $4.006.2o; south ern cows, $2.754.40; native cows and heifers, $2,50 6.00; ;sbockers and feed ers. S3.25R5.25:: bulls, $3.255.00: calves, $4.009.00; western steers, $4.00 I 6.50; western cows, $3.00 5.25. j Hogs Receipts it,uuu; jluc lower; bulk of sales. $S.008.30; heavy, $8.30 MASONIC NOTICES. xteiruiar meeuuk w ana. sva Wednesdays of each woafck. E. W. a Neff. Secy. J. D. M&sftn. 77. 2L la7il Relief board. 3r4 floor !! oniu Tempi. Office hours. II a. ss. to 12 in. Lu E. GHlett. Secy. Called meeting Tuesday, Jan. 11. 1910, at 7:30 oclock p. m. Second degree. SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLIES, FRATERN BROTHERHOOD HALI. I THUP' MkND SATURXJAV NIGHTS. A HARITY WORKERS MEET Dr. Henry Sastar Explains f The Central CouncilPlan ' of Handling the City!s Charity Cases. The Women's Associated Cliarities and the members of their advisory board held their quarterly meeting yesterday afternoon at the residence of ifrs. W. W. Tuxney, the president of the asso ciation. The following reports by the treasurer oaid the superintendent were presented and approved: Treasurer's Quarterly Report Oct. 1 Jan. 1. Receipts. Oct. 1. 1909, cash on hand $ 16191 Received from El Paso county.. 600.00 Received from E-l PasoicTty 195.00 Received from dues -. 110.00 Received from subscriptions 212.50 Received ' from miscellaneous donations 49.90 Received from refund by coun ty, miscellaneous 371.30 Received from loans 7.00 Received from Charity ball 1219.00 Total $2926.61 Relief Expenses. Pensioners $ 123,00 Miscellaneous 36.45 Food 317.14 Transportation 484.70 Telegrams ..'. 32.77 Lodging and rent . . . 87.05 Fuel .. 16.00 Furniture J 14.75 Hospitals, drugs 72.00 Drayage 9.40 Working outfits 3.96 Loans '. . 7.00 Total -. . $1200.22 Administrative Expenses. Salaries $371.00 Stationery r '.. 29.20 Postage ? 3.50 Telephone ." - 15.50 Miscellaneous T 21.30 Office service , 12.49 Total .? ... $453.99 Administrative expense- $ 453.99 Charity ball expense 71.63 Relief expense 1200.22 Total expenses $1725.36 Expense -. t $1725.36 Office cash 1.18 $1726.51 Vouchers not cashed 18.20 $1708.34 Bank: balance , 1218.27 $2926.61 Relief Work. V Total number of applications for re lief, 456. Total number of Mexicans, 197. . Total number of Americans, 259: Personal interviews with applicant or in reference to applicant. 947. Telephone interviews, 885. Number of applicants given transpor tation from El Paso to their families or S.35; packers and butchers, SS.158.35; light, $7.80 8.20, pigs, $7.50 7.75. Sheep Receipts 8000; steady. Mut tons, $4.505.S5; lambs, SS.75S.60; fed western wethers and yearlings, 54.75 7.50; fed western ewes, $4.505.60. Chicago i,!Yirn CIim niiicas-o. HL." Jan. 11- Cattle Re- " ceipts la.OOO; 1015c lower. Beeves, $4.15 7.90; Texas steers, $4.005.00; west hern steers, $4.15fi.l5, stocken, and feeders. So.lOraJa.io.. cows ana nencrs, $2.155.55: calves, $7.509.o0 Li? heav; jrood tiri:iSOK- VvnTL- SS 35f7S .5S ;i..Kd.iu, u'"i T. r w- . Sheep Receipts ls.ooo;; wea-r. " - s- tive, $4.006.15, western, S!.00.6.2'J; yearlings. ?6.757t-S.15. lambs, native, $'uL5iy.OO; western, $6.259.00. Fort Worth LIeatoc2 CZn. Fort Worth, Tex., Jan. 11. Cattle Receipts 4500, hogs 3000. Steers higher. Cops $6.00; -.cows higher, tops $4.50; calves steady, tops 5.50. Hogs Lower, tops $S.35. rooL, St. Louis Wool. Close- St. Louis. Mo.. Jan. 11. Wool un changed. Territory and. western me diums, 2528; fine medium, 2024; fine, ,12(0)21 Boston W 00I. ( Boston. Mass., Jan. 11. The usual midwinter dullness Is much in evidence in the local wool market. There Is some sampling and little movement to ward the mills. The prices show a hardening tendency, especially in choice wcofs, which are limited in supply. Washed Delaine is bringing 39 to 40 cents, while some original Montana has sold at 26 cents. Fleece wools are also strong, although 'the demand is light. Bidding for the 1910Clip still goes on in Idaho and Utah at unchanged rates. Pulled wools is a trifle more active and there Is some Interest in the foreign product. HEALTH LEAGUE MEETS; COOPERATE IN CHARITY WORK At the Y. ir. C. A. the executive com mittee of the El Paso Health league met this morning to receive the reports of officers for the tpast month, including a leport by Miss Franklin and one on the sale of Red Cross stamps in the anti tuberculosis erusade, E. M- Bray and Dr. J. A. Samaniego were selected as a committee to meet with the Women's Charity association upon the call of the latter. & discuss charity (work in the city and make plans for the continuation of the work. JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB IS SENDING OUT NEW PASSES The 30 day passes that were issued by the Juarez Jockey club at the open ing of the race meeting are being re placed with other complimentary tickets to the races. A number of the citycounty and gov ernment officials have received the new passes. CANYON CITY TO GET A XEW RAILROAD STATION Austin, Tex., .Jan. 11. After hearing the plea of J .C Hunt, of Canyon City, for a better depot by the Pecos and North Texas railroad, chairman May field, of the railroad commission, today said the petition would be granted. The station will cost $25,000. Trust CompaHy Suspends. San Antonio, Tex., Jan. 11. Follow ing the filing of a suit by the attorney general to cancel Its charter for unuse, the Union Trust company, of this city, with nine branches in various parts of the state, suspended. TTn t AA.if v- mi i wi 1 ur nvr riuua uctciuio o,vvw w ---.- -- 1 jo oivitt unuci injii?iuer5LLiijn fiprwppn tit-pct rli. $S.25S.40; mixed, $ ?Qtf0S.oi.; Tddent Taft and. attorns n! xti-. y, $S.208.60; rough, 5VloWoJ. , , -f-.,. -, o ,-.-TL to choice heavy,. $S.40C:5 bj; piss, I, v v "a xu"nuu OF T ur PiTv UTLii to employment In other towns, 55. "Number of applicants referred to em ployment, 19- Number of applicants referred to hos pitals, 11. MIs,celleanous relief not accounted for in treasurer's report: 908 garments given; three cots and bedding, thr beds and bedding; four stoves; 300 Thanksgiving baskets and two wagon loads of groceries, donated by schools. Doubled in a Year. The reports show that the work ac complished by the association has dou bled within the last 12 months, and that every effort? has been made to make the benefit to the community, as well as to the poor, permanent and real. After the reports, tcie president asked Dr. Easter to .explain to the members of the Associated Charities the central council of charities that has been under discussion by the executive board and their advisory board ever since the visit of Mr. McLean in November. Mr- McLean is general field aent of the National Federation of Charities and acts under the Russell Sage foundation. He investigated conditions here and planned a general social service program for El Paso. He gives this service to tiie city he visits for the good of the cause, Tind is a national authority on the subject. Central Council of Charities. Following his talk in November, a committee was named to consider a. central council of charities. After a conference with the chamber of com merce, this committee decided to ask fch Women's Associated Charities to call and form such a council. The chief work of The Associated Charities yesterday aft ernoon was to (put it before the quarter ly meeting of all the: members to decide on the wisdom of this central counciL Dr. Easter explained that the council would consist of two members from, each church or charity organization; of the city, or any association? devoted: to social service, and should also include the city and county health officers, avi. ministers and members of all the churches "who "wouM join; the council also should include two members of tfcs chamber of commerce to represent ckwe Iv the business interests of the city. This council is not in itself to do the active -work, but is rather to serve as an association for the study of local conditions and tie cure of El Paso's peculiar troubles, the recommendation of methods of work, and. improvements in local conditions, also to hear reports and Twevent the duplicating of efforts. General Social Service. The council would have a general over sight of all charity work or social ser vice in the town, "and "would authorize efforts toward .betterment- El Paso is poor in those general helps to the needy which other cities are establishing municipal wood yards, dormitories, bath houses, laundries, day nurseries, hos pitals, and playgrounds. After discussion, in which Dr. Easter, Rev. Mr. Hanks, the president of the As sociated Charities, the charity superin- I tendeht, and the members- joined, a vote was taken, and it rwas decided that the " Women's Associated Charities should is sue a call for the council. After attending toj 'business connected with the -membership and the charity funds. the meeting adjourned. HABEIMA2fX-INSS MAY BE SEPARATED Wall Street Expects Defi nite Annonneenieiit From Officials Soon. New York, Jan. 11. A proposition looking to a separation of he Souths ' Pacific ,and the Union Pacific systems 'E'vii , -, . -rvuuwutg- yesteraays conference be tween attorney general Wjckershaim and judge Lovett. head of the Haxriman. sys tem, at which president Taft was pres ent, it '-was said in Wall street today that definite announcement of the sDar. ation was only a question of time. mere as reason to believe that at 3esterday's meeting a- proposition was made alon the lines laid down bv the government in its suit. The proposition came from the railroad interests aid it jis likely to be finally entertained by tie government- DEATHS AKD BTJBIALS. MILTON SHAW. Funeral services- for Milton Shaw, who died at the age of 64 years Saturday, were held at the. chapel of McBean, SImmQris & Carr, this afternoon. Inter- . ment was made in the Odd Fellows lot under the auspices csf that society. W. E. BATES. W. E. Bates, aged 23 years, died yes terday at a local hospital. His body wlll be shipped by McBean. Simmons & Carr to Paragould, Ark., tomorrow. MORE OPIUM CONFISCATED; MEX3CAX HELD FOR TRIAL This seenrs tov be the open season for opium smuggling. A total of 10 cans of the China boys' favorite brand of hop have been confiscated during the past two weeks. Whether it i3 the ap proachiug Chinese New Years or only the hard times in Juarez that Is causing the unusual activity in the contraband busi ness the custom pfficials are unable to learn. Francisco Martinez Is the third of the trio to be arrested charged with un lawfully importing opium. ( into the United States. His preliminary hearing t ill be held in the United States com missioner's court This week. In the meantime Francisco is in the county jail and the opium Is In possession of the customs officials. CHINESE SMUGGLING CASES CALLED AT GALVESTON Galveston, Tex.. Jan. ll.-Seventoen persons charged with snmtrgling Chinese into the United Stat6 were placed en trial in the federal court 'here iodav. All the defendants announced Teady for trial, but it was necessary to summon more veniremen. A jtiry" will not be completed until tomorrow. Among the def entrants is E. B. Hit man, suspended as immigration inspec tor here and Miss Laura Liva-dais of Xew Orleans, a member of a prominent French family. Two more Americans. eight Greeks nndf ive Chinamen will also be tried. TO MAINTAIN TEXAS 'OFFICE. Dallas, Tex.. Jan. 11. It is announced that headquarters of the Fordyce Oii company, which recently purchased th"4 Texas 'property of the Waters-Pierce companv, will "be maintained at Dallas An office in the Praetorian building is being prepared. MR NS I lauiuUUi.