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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, January 28, 191G. 11 t i "V Too Late To Classify Too Late to Classify PROTEST ST JHE One Cent a Word. No Ad. Less Than 25c Ml MINI UN METER A LETTER FOR YOU. ReplIeB sent in care of The Herald office "were awaiting the following ad vertisers this morning. These replies should be called lor not iater than one -week after belli? builo tlned: B. M. C. J. G. G. B. H. 420 L- H. B. JL G M. P. S. L C. T. X. S. c. b. a Z. S. D. E. d. c. z. F. C 235 Z. 163 F. 392 Business G. 37 Exchange H. C. V. 25 J. a 213 36C CROSSED EYES I can straighten crossed eyes without operation with my specially ground lenses. No pain, no inconvenience, but sure. Examina tion free. GEO. D. KENDALL, 20 Mesa Ave., Makes Glasses Bight. nins -wtt.t. nvi RECEIVED Until Feb. 1st, 1910, for the removal of buildings on premises now occupied by Hoyt Furniture Co. Addres3 Adolph S. Schutz, care W- T. Hixson uo. FOR ONE WEEK We offer coffee, rnd tea at actual cost. Are going to move and you can save 50 percent on coffee and tea. Come quick. We don't deliver. Star Tea and Coffee Co., 145 Newman St. LOST On Wednesday afternoon be tween W. Missouri St. and Wells Fargo building, large black pocketbook con taining lady's gold watch, money, etc. Reward for return. 533 W. Missouri St LOST Mink Return to E. fur neckpiece. E. Neff. Reward. GENTLEMAN 2 connected sunny fur nished rooms; couple; separate en trance; gentleman who prefers quiet home; meals; no roomers; cottage home. S19 N. Florence St Phone 490. WANTED TO BUY buggy and harness. Call 329 Erie St Bell phone 1277 TO TRADE for an automobile, large 6 room house on 45 by 112 feet of ground in Bassett's addition; close to foundry and Southwestern shops. Josephus Bojrgrs, Room 15, Morgan Building. Bell Phono 224. UNIMPROVED VALLEY LAND to trade for city property. Josephus Boggs, room 15 Morgan Bldg. Bell phone 224. ARIZONA ST. HOUSE in 800 block, 4 rooms; price $2650. A little cash and balance monthly. Joscpkus Bogrprs, Room 15, Morgan Building. Bell phone 224. LIST YOUR BARGAINS with me, either city or ranch property. They will be advertised. Josephus Boggs, room 15, Morgan Building Bell phone 224. CITY PROPERTY TO TRADE for al falfa ranch. See me. Josephus Boggs, room 15 Morgan Building. Bell phone 224. A SNAP IF TAKEN AT ONCE 4 lots, 2 room house, furnished, large sleep ing porch, fences, lights; water, barns, chicken houses, $1200. Or will rent cheap. S. Grama St, across canal. P. O. box 436. LARGE FRONT housekeeping roota, gas range, first floor. Sll E. Missouri. "WANTED- A home for a beautlf uL well formed, healthy baby girl, 1 month old. Address Texas Children's Home society, Ft Worth, Tex. WANTED A white girl to take care of 2 babies during the day. 909 E. Rio Grande, FOR SALE RAL ESTATE. FOR RENT. An 8 room residence, east front on X. Oregon St, overlooking the entire city- Steam heat Will rent furnished or -unfurnished to right party at a low rental. 1306 E. Overland St, 4rooms and bath, modern. $10.00. 407 S- El Paso St, a firstclST3 and uptodate store room. $75.00. A firstclass livery stable, suitable for garage; close in; 100 by 120 feet Will lease or rent by the month. $75. BEHR & WATTS. MONEY TO LOAN. "WE WRITE FmE INSURANCE. CITY NAT. BANK BUILDING. PHONE 454. WE HAVE $50,000 TO LOAN ON EL PASO REAL ESTATE SECURITY. BE MODERN. ' TRUST IN A GOOD BOND. Putting faith-in. human nature is nat ural, but opposed to modern business I principles. Be modern, put your trust j in a gooa oond. -Misplaced confidence makes you? .feel doubly bad whem-you VVw W,U 'W WAAA4WAt CAJU iliUllUJ. 1 I NEWMAN INVEST3rENT COMPANY. " - A seats For .NATIONAL SURETY Of New York. CO., TELEPHONE 550. 35EXICO LANDS. OLD MEXICO AND SOUTHWEST TEXAS LANDS, large tracts our spe-clalty- BUTLER REALTY CO- lu N. Oregea, Next fe St. Red. LOWER VALLEY BARtINS 100 acres of fine level land, partly cleared, on county road 4 mlleo below Ysleta, right on a good ditch, signed up. This Is the best bargain in El Paso county; for $50 per acre if sold at once. $2500 cash, balance terms. PETERMAN-LANSDEN REALTY CO., For free phone 3266 i rings black. Ysleta, Texas. "WANTED Waist and sleeve maker. Cass &. Garra, room 304 Herald Bldg. FURNISHED suite of bedrooms for la dies; board. 1208 N. Oregon. BOY WANTS POSITION as stenogra pher. 44, Herald. WE HAVE ISO ACRES Near San Elizarlo, signed up, one of the best large tracts in the valley. It is a bargain at $47.50 per acre. Austin & Marr, Caples Building. Phone 352. FOR SALE 8 room new residence. Prospect Ave.; beautiful lawn, large back yard with trees and grass; good view; reasonable terms. F. C, care Herald. GIRL WANTED for general housework, middle aged woman preferred. 1007 Arizona. j WANTED Exporlenced office r assist in inventory; must be raj man to .pid and accurate. Address 9''9 Herald. FOR RENT 2 nicely furnish id house keeping rooms. Si 5 X. Florence St. 5 ROOM BRICK HOUS3, Wyoming St., near Southwestern shops, south front, in good repair. A bargain in every particular. Just think of it. The price is only S2500. Good terms. Austin & Mnrr, Caples Building. Phone 352. WANTED AT ONGE A 4 or 5 room furnished cottage, clost? m. for 4 moi'ths. No childr-n t sick Address E. P. S-, care Herald. 4- $5500 A GREAT SACRD7ICE. Will be disposed of in the n.xt 13 days. This new modern 7 room east front resi Owner has business In the east Ba con Owner, care Herald. J FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 desirable southeast corner lots. Apply 1307 N. Florence St FOR RENT One housekeeping room on second floor. 407 E. Franklin. 5 LOTS ON RIO GRANDE ST. corner, only $3150. Austin & Mnrr, Caples Building. Phone 352. THE BURNER AHEAD. THE ONE YOU SAW OA' MESA AVE. MADE IN EL PASO. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.' If you can cook a meal in one hour and a half the cost will be 1 cent and a half. Put in any cook stove, range or heater. Cleaner and cheaper than coal. Order one and be convinced. Come and see it Xo. 215 N. Stanton. Phone 2066. Complete Oil Burner Co. WE CAN SELL YOU A 0 ROOM HOUSE On 50x160 foot lot south front on terms of $500 cash, balance in monthly payments. Price $4500. Austin & Marr, Caples Building. Phone 352. FURNISHED 6 room house for rent Apply 1200 X. Oregon St FIRSTCLASS PAINTER wants work by day or job; inside house finishing my specialty. H. 70, Herald. "WANTED Good boy at Boulevard drug store, corner Boulevard and Florence. INCOME PROPERTY SNAPS. 15 rooms and store, modern brick, on corner 91x81, bringing now $75 per month and rented cheap. This is 10 percent on $9000. Our price is only $5500, and can give good terms Is this good enough? 5 room modern home on corner Texas St, south front, 2 lots. Make us offer as we must sell. Pence Bros., Ovrners, 217 Texas St. IN THE CHRISTY VALLEY TRACT, Located 9 miles below El Paso, we can sell you land that is located on the county road, and at prices from $75 to $300 per acre. This would make you an ideal country home. Our terms are easy 10 percent down, balance monthly. Austin &Marr, Caples Building. Phone 352. VWAFTT f HT-n?char1 TTkrfcmc TrrifVi TirkT"rV gentleman preferred; no Invalids. 808 N. Oregon St FOR SALE CHEAP 4 H. P. gasoline engine in good condition. 106 N. Palm street FOR SALE: Fresh cow, Government Hill, block 3, Luluz and Stevens Ave. W. N. A. Xorton. WE WANT TO BUY TOURING CAR. Standard make, good condition. Will pay cash. Cas3ldy & Davidson, Rooms 4 and 5, Buckler Building. Phone 920. FOR RENT A pleasant upstairs sleep ing room, modern conveniences. $10. Phone 2787. WE CAN GIVE' GOOD TERMS On them. 3 lots on Montana St, south fronts, including paving. The price is $3200. Austin & Marr, Caples Building. Phone 352. WANTED. Man with .some capital to engage in established real estate business here in city. One-half interest In the business, Including automobile, office, furniture, etc, and equities at 1-3 less than cost 2 j'ears ago. Object In selling busi ness that I must attend to In the east This" is no -proposition to make money for me here, as I must lose to getaway. Address Business, Care Herald. j FOR SALE BY CASSIDY & DAVIDSON. CHEAP HOME PLACES. CITY LOTS AND VALLEY LANDS. EXCLUSIVE DISTRICT. and reception hall. 2 story brick, broad j porch, supported by bricK columns, south front; every convenience you would expect fo find in a home of this type- High and sightly, commanding a magnificent view that cannot be shut off. This beautiful home Is In the finest section of our city; lot 68x258, highly Improved, flowers and shrubbery. This was built for a home and is sure to suit See- us "for price and trms. ON N. STANTON ST. 34x120 with a 6 room cottage. We rpgard this the best purchase in the city for an investment Buy it and double your money. Only $6500; good terms. UNUSUALLY GOOD VALUE In thic: homo nf q rooms and basement pcenent work all in; lot 56x120; only $6500. We only ask $1000 casn, Dai rnce in 5 years; best residence section, ,-riv rth side. ' JOUXD TO INCREASE IN VALUE. 8 lots on Texas St To meet pressing obligations owner will sacrifice for a quick turn; good terms. See us for particulars. TO SETTLE AN ESTATE. "We sell this 61 acre tract of land ,in San Elizario considerably less than market value- The land is levelfine silty soil; signed up for water. Will consider any reasonahle offer. We have also 10 acres fronting on county road i in the corporate limits of Ysleta. These J properties must be sold within the next 30 days. Cassldy & Davidson, Sole Agents. Rooms 4 and 5, Buckler Building. Phone 920. , WAXTBD Waist and sleeve maker, i FOR SALE. I EfiRE AUB SOME BARGALMi ill 6 1 f i I I H B i O I FOR SALE. Second hand store, half Interest fcx all; good location; reason, have othe business. A bargain. THREE ROQ3I FRAME HOUSE On 1 lots, near car line; -water in house, porcelain sink and bath tub; hot water. Will sacrifice for $600. Ad dress. Ovraer, P. O. Box 503. HANDSOME NEW HOME ON CALI FORNH. ST. For only $6300; 2 story modern brick, south front, 8 rooms, hall and bath, screened back porch for upper and low er floors; broad front porch, small cash payment, balance during 6 years. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. HOME OF 0 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR 5500. Also large bathroom, center hall, large porches, on 2 corner lots on Boulevard, cement walks alnd curb, street paved; terms. Lose Stnr Land Co., 213 Texas St. 2 LOTS ON N. ANGE FOR $1000. The 2 is -the cheapest desirable build ing site west of Cotton Ave. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St C LOTS AND 2 COTTAGES FOR $4000. Are in East El Paso 1 block off Wash ington Park car line,, We are sole agents and can arrange easy terms. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St ON RIO GRANDE ST. We have a 7 room house, large porches, modern -In every respect You should see this beautiful home. Price $7350. Anstln & Marr, Caples Building. Phone 352. LOST Black leatherette case contain ing receipts and papers of no value ex cept to myself. $5 reward if same is delivered to Banco Cananea? Cananea, Mex. C. W. McHenry. SPANISH Prof. Porfirlo Gonzalez, Lin coln Academy, Juarez. WE HAVE FOR SALE ON MESA AVE. A corner in the paved district It is listed at 25 percent less than its value; 65x120. The price is $4500. Austin fc Marr, Caples Building. Phone 352. WANTED Position by mechanical ex ecutive capable of handling any kind of building construction and machinery. Address Engineer 52, care Herald. FOR SALE Gramaphone, sanitary couch mattress. 718 X. Campbell St LOWER VALLEY RANCH Of 22 acres, 20 acres cleared, 16 in al falfa, new 2 room adobe house 16x32 feet good well of water with pump. Land well bordered and ditched, right on Franklin canal and on new macadam road; 1 mile from R. R. station and P. O. of Belen. Only 16 miles from El Paso and the price only $150 per acre. This land will pay for itself In two years. Automobile ready to show you. Anderson-Bennett Real ry Co., Rooms 21 and 22, Bassett & Edwards Building. Phone 491. ON 3IONTANA ST. We can sell you 2 lots south front, in cluding paving cost, for $2000. Austin & Marr, Caples Building. f Phone 352. A GOOD heavy workhorse wanted. Suitable for heavy dray work. Hoyt Furniture Co. "BOSTON" Fire best is cheapest. Insurance Co1. The HAWKINS BROS. GUARANTEED BARGAIN. Large room modern brick large reception hall, large basement; east front No. 145 Newman St, near Magoffin Ave.; $250 worth of furniture goes with the place. A bargain at $3750. Look at it CHOICE NEIGHBORHOOD. That fine 6 room modern brick south front corner on Mundy Ave., 800 block; j street paving paid. Owner needs money ! and will sell for $4350: terms. Prop j erty and price both right D. U. UL1UV11U1U, Phone 843. 207 St. Louis St FORMER EL PASOA27 KILLED IN PANAMA Eidward Brown, Brother of Mrs. C. A. Fuller, Meets Death Under Train. Mrs. Chester A. Fuller, of 1510 Upson avenue, has received word of the death of her brother, Edward Brown, who was In charge of a construction train on the Panama canal. He was run over by his own train at Colon, on the isth mus on Januarj- 11, and his body was taken to Cave Springs, Ky.f accompan ied by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown. The funeral was held this afternoon from his old home there. Brown was well known in El Paso and throughout Mexico and had been located in this district In railroad con struction work f or several years. PET DEER FOR EL PASO "ZOO" Arrive From Mexico to Take ' Their Place in "Washing ton Park. As the first instalment for the El Paso zoo, the deer, presented to the city by JyL. Vaughin, of Moctezuma, Mex., have arrived. Soon they will be frolick ing about in Washington park, where all the little boys and girls of El Paso may see them. There are two mamma deers, "Bettv" and her daughter; "Tintzey," and two little fawns, "Billy" and "Baby," and "Teddy," the "big fellow." The new El Paso residents arrived from their trip uninjured. WILL PREACH ON EL PASO CHARITY SUNDAY EVENING A service of special importance to all members will be held at the First Chris tian church, corner Franklin and Ore gon streets, on Sunday morning. In the evening the pastor will preach the closing sermon of the series on "The Church in the World Today." The sub ject will be "The Church and the Chris tian Religion." Mr. Rice wiil also present a brief pre lude to his evening sermon on the sub ject, "El Paso's Greatest Immediate Need." RAILWAY OFFICIALS HERE TO MEET EDWIN GO OLD L- S. Thome, general manager and vice president of the T. & P., and J. W. Ward superintendent of the Western division of the same road, arrived in the city tKis morning. They wifl meet Edwin Gould upon his arrival on the Mexican Central Saturday and accompany him sn his eastward trip. f S. M. Gaines, superintendent of rail way mail service, will arrive hew to morrow on a tour of inspection. i it pnn sai.k iiv m n i ; i lieiui i W ( MAYFIELD REALTY CO. ll H I I I 8 II B it H L IS MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE. insists of 6 rooms, bath and au modern improvements; is new and built of pressed brick. It seems a shame to quote a price of $3250 on it. as that Is below aci'ial costto construct but the owner says sell at once as he needs the money. It is.located on Myrtle Ave. in Bassett's addition. This house is well constructed. BT quick, for it will sell on sight. N. HERE IS aNNICE HOME. Consists of 7 rodtfis, bath and all modern ImprovementsKhasHarge living room and dininc: room. E very room in "the house is well ventilated and well arranged. All walls tinted in soit shades. Located on Nevada St In select residence section. This beautiful home can now be had for $6300 on Reason able terms. ON RIO GRANDE ST. The owner of this new 5 room bun galow says get him an offer as he has to raise some money to meet pressing obligations. Will make close price to anyone meaning business. ON RIO GRANDE ST. This home has 8 rooms, and is an elegant place; has large well arranged rooms, large closets, best of flooring. The painting in this home is one of the features, the downstairs being finished in mahogany and the bedrooms in white enamel. Has beautiful staircase, large brick mantel, polished floors, basement, with modern heating plant In facts it is one of the most uptodate homes in El Paso. Our price for a quick sale is $S500 on reasonable terms. , If you have anything for sale or trade list It with us. We will'' adver tise it and sell it Mayfleld Realty Co.. Over Calisher's Store. Phone 684. MUST SELL AT ONCE Owner leav ing town has new 5 room house, built for a home. Price cut to $3250 if taken at once. This house is $500 under ac tual value. Be quick: terms. HAW KINS BROS. "Homes Our Specialty." VENDORS LIEN NOTES wanted. We can use $25,000 worth. IIAWK1N8 BROS. FOR RENT 4 room brick, block from car line; new. HAWKINS BROS. $6500 FOR A NEW 9 room 2 story brick, south front, close in. Only $800 cash to handle this. HAWKINS BROS. ON RIO GRANDE ST. A new 5 room brick, cement porch, south front All we ask is $3600. HAWKINS BROS. STOP YOUR RENT $500 down and $35 a month, including Interest, will buy a new 5 room brick, close in, $3500. Never been occupied. HAWKINS" BROS. "Homes Our Specialty." MODERATELY CLOSE IN At less than outside properties. 5 room brick, all modern, on Nevada St; price $3400; $800 cash, balance terms. This Is a good buy and will soon be sold. See us Moore-Mdvenney Realty Co., Room 9 Buckler Bldg. Both Phones. WANTED FOR CASH 2' or 3 room frame house; must be cheap; house only, no lots wanted. Answer Frame House, care Herald. "A PICKUP" , For the man with some cash My 90 acre ranch, splendidly located and well Improved. Must be sold within 30 days. For particulars write P. O. box 723. rvT4so'nr notices. EL PASO LODGE NO. 130, A. F. & A. M. Regular 'meetings 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. E. W. S. Neff, Secy. J. L. Mason, W. M. Masonic Relief Board 3rd floor. Ma sonic Temple. Office hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m. L. E. Gillett, Secy. Called meeting Friday, Jan. 2Sth, at S oclock p. m. Second degree. Refresh ments. SELECT JRANCING ASSE3IBLIES, WR4TERVAI, imOTHERTSOOT) TTAT.T.. I THURSDAY AND SATURDAY XIGHTS. JESUIT FATHER DIES IN HOSPITAL Rev. Father James Healey Return From the East and Succumbs. Rev. James Healey, a Jesuit father, who returned from the east this week, died at Hotel LMeu Thursday afternoon at 3:30 oclock. Father Healey, who was 55 years of age, had been in poor health for sev eral years. For six years he had been "at Hotel Dieu, but he left El Paso last August for Worcester, Mass., where his father had removed from the old home in Boston. The father of the deceased died last Christmas while the son was in the east. The remains have been prepared for burial and will be shipped to Wor cester tonight under the direction of Nagley & Kaster. SAY'S POSTAL SAVINGS, IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL Washington, D. C, Jan. 28. Senator J. W. Bailey In the senate today de clared the postal savings bank bill is unconstitutional and that the govern ment cannot engage in the banking business. He said he would not filibuster against the measure and hoped it will pass so the public can decide the merit of the law and reverse its opinion. CHINAMAN ORDERED BACK. Tow Hon will go back to Cnina. He was the unlucky one of three orientals before commissioner Oliver Wednesday. Three other Chinamen were committed to jail yesterday. They will be given further time to prepare a defence. QUARREL ABOUT DOGS. W. X. Carl, a real estate dealer, was arrestcu tm.3 i"uiinS un a cuarge of assault preferred by H. A. Harley. who charged that Carl hit him with a stick. There were a number' of dogs in the hall of the Buckler building and the men quarreled about them. PAYS GROSS RECEIPTS TAX. Austin, Tx-, Jan. 28. The Foidyce Oil company, successors to the Waters Pierce c5mpany, today paid the gross receipt tax for the quarter ending Dec3l, amounting to 58102. MURDER TRIAL AT DALLAS. -rn Tex.. Jan. 2S. The trial of Tom Kent, charged with the murder of Dick Beall, a brother of congressman Jack Beall, two years ago, commenced in the district court today. The case is being warmly contested. 3IARRIED BY JUSTICE. H. C. AInswortn ana ivLiiiiiit; jidds, both of El Paso, were married Thurs day evening by justice E. H. Watson. TW Only Housekeepers Are Hot and ISTot Hotels and Boom ing Houses. That the order of judge T. S. Maxey permitting the International Water company to charge the minimum rate to all consumers keeping house Is dis criminating, is the protest of certain property owners. E. B. Elfers, representing more than a score of property owners In the southern portion of the city, says it is not the intention of the protestants, who will have a mass meeting at the court house tonight, to criticize the court. receiver John M. Wyatt or the action i of the city, butto ask for a new hear ing- Neither will 'politics be permitted to enter the meeting, the object of the originators of the protest being to place before federal judge 'T. S? Maxey the true conditions, he says. The orderSpf the federal court, attor ney Elfers st&tes, permits of the con struction of housekeeping as the basis for the minimum charge. In hotels and rooming house where there are many occupants and?amiiies' DUt not actual housekeepers, th order provides for charges by meter rates, but where the consumers are housekeepers, the comDany may charge the minnn1111 rate each month for each consumerSje says. The protest arose from the SJexican quarter of the city, the attorney ctin sne?o n-horn tVmT-O irO 30 f JVTTlHl A. in ono house. The meter rate on tlv nroDertv runs from $3 to $8 a month. but under the order of judge Maxey each family may be charged the mini mum rate, making the total charge for the tenement $27 a mon,th. These families pay a monthly rental of from $3 to $5 a month. Because "housekeeping" is made the basis of the minimum charge the protestants view it as a discrimination which af fects the people who can least afford to pay it ' None of the protestants, according to counsel, would object to an increase in rates, providing the increase was made general, each consumer, whether large or small, paying his pro rata. MONEY AND "METALS, New York Quotations. (By Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 28. Money on call 23 percent. Prime mercantile paper, 45 per cent Cloaing Quotations Today. Bar silver, 52. Desilverized lead, -$4.674.72-Copper, standard and March, $13.20 13.37. Mexican dollars 44c Spelter (St. Louisjiuotation) $5.S5. Current Smelter Quotations.' (El Paso Smelter. Bar silver 52 Copper wire bars (cts. per lb) 13 Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 13 Lead (London sales prices).. 13, sl2, d6 Lead (New York sales prices) $4.70 "Weekly Arcragcs. (Douglas Smelter Quotations.) Engineering and Mining Journal, (Xew York.) Bar silver -'. T 52.29 Copper 13.54 NEW YORK LISTED STOCKS. (Bv Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co- Globe. Ariz.) Amalgamated 82 American Smelter 92 Anaconda 52 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 72 Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul ..148 Colorado Fuel & Iron 39 J Erie Railway 29 Missouri, Kansas & Texas .43 Missouri Pacific 6S Reading 157 Rock Island -,. 41 Southern Railway 29 Southern Pacific 128 Texas Pacific 31 Union Pacific 1S6 TTnUpd States Steel, common S4 i Wabash -1 BOSTON LISTED STOCKS (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Ariz.) Adventure 8 Arizona Commercial ." 41 1 Atlantic 9 Boston Corbin - 20 Boston Consolidated 20 Calumet & Arizona 73 Centennial ...-, 29 Copper Range 80 Daly West 8 East Butie 10 Franklin IS Glroux 10 Granby ' 94 Greene Cananea -10 Hancock 21J& Helvetia S& Isle Royal 23 Keweenaw 4?& Lake Copper 68 La Salle ..'. 15 Mass'. 7 Miami ' 24 Michigan .- 7 Nevada Consolidated ,23 Xewhouse 2?b Xorth Lake 15- North Butte ,- 41 Old Dominion 46 Ojibway . 9 Shannon - la UNLISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire . tfhe Herald from H. H. Bru C?.. Globe. Ariz.) Superior & Boston Superior & Pittsburg Tamarack Trinity IT. S. Smelters, common Utah Consolidated v Utah Conner 14 14 63 9 47 39 ' 52 Wolverine l9 Arizona-Michigan, partpaid 80c Black Mountain .'. 45c Boston Ely -.. 4 Butte Balaklava . HJ Butte & London : 22c Cactus 5 Calumet & Montana 1 Chino copper Co 13 Chemung 11 Chief Consolidated 2 Cordova, part paid , 1 Cordova, full paid 3 Cumberland Ely 7 Cole Development , 40c Davis Daly 3 TOOL'S WIAR KETS otiSTrunnn on ! mill i or o OSHiLilUyy LULL SWILL UL Cameron G-ets Hew Postof fices Itfamed and Postmas ters Appointed in Arizona. Bill Relative to Palomas Springs. Washington. D. C, Jan. 28. Statehood is now assured. The president today assured governor Curry that the statehood bill will pass this tessiou with no serious amendment Delegate Cameron is, the pround father of a 10 pound baby girl. Cameron in conjunction with the for est service is preparing for a big im JUAHEZ: "Come in, doctor." The man held open the door of Xo. 7, in a big patio just back of a Calle Porvenir, over in Juarez- The man was tall and thin, and very white. He led the way to the bed. "Are you sleepin', kid?" he asked. A great - plenty of peroxide blond hair moved on the pillow. "No," came the answer at last "She took 18 of 'em," explained the man, and then he smiled. "I guess she'll know better next time," he ventured. "Yes, the Mexican doctor was here, and she's been restin all Ight" It was about 9 oclock this morning whVn a young woman, led by a young manSstSSercti into a Juarez phar macy. XWith much difficulty it was ex plained i&at the young woman had tak en a IargeQuantity of mercuric chlor ide. The drlHsfrgist did his duty and the woman was canted back to the home the hole in the iSPODe wan just oactt ua the saloon. Washington, D. C, Jan. 28.- Delegate Cameron, for the next few weeks will give his attention to the senate Mde of congress to see what changes, ifany, the senate committee on territories wll ma&e in reporting the house bill, ad mitting Xew Mexico and Arizona to statehood; or if the senate Committee will slash the house bill; or present an entirely new senate bill. While all the members of the senate committee have promised the president to report the statehood bill out of the committee without delay there are per sistent rumors that come from that committee room that Beveridge is pre paring a bill that he will introduce in the senate which will provide for the meeting ' of the constitutional conven- j tion In she spring or early summer, vtid voting on the constitution in each ter- Denn-Arizona 3 Ely Central 1 Gila Copper .-... S Inspiration Copper 9 La Rose 4 Lake Superior & Arizona 1 Majestic Copper of Utah 90c Mason Valley '. 2& Xational MIn. Ex 55c Xew Keystone 5 Pin-to Copper 22c Pinto Copper 22cc Raven 57c Ray Central . .' 3 Ray Consolidated :. 23! Savanna, part paid 2 San Antonio, part paid 8 Shattuck 20 Sierra '. 4 Superior & Globe, part paid 1 Tonopah 6 Warren 2 Warrior - i 12 Wolverine & Arizona 90c Yuma ' 1 Indiana e.. 31 Grain and Provisions. Chicago Grain. Close. Wheat Jan $1.12 May 1.11 1.11 Corn Jan 62 Ts May 66&S6Is Oats Jan 465 May 4646?i Chicago Provisions. Close. Pork Jan $20.50 May 20.97 Lard Jan $11.S0 May 11.72 Ribs ' Jan $11.50 May 11.72 LIVESTOCK. Kansas City Livestock. Close. Kansas City. Mo.. Jan. 2S. Cattle Receipts 1000, including 100 southerns; steady. Native steers, $4.75 7.00 ; southern steers. $4.255.50; southern cows. $25 4.50; native cows and heifers. $2.605.50; stockers and feed ers. $3.255.25: bulls. $3.504.90; calves, $3.75 8.00; western steers, $4.506JD0; western cows, ?3.004.75. . Hogs Receipts 3000: steady: bulk. $S.003.35; heavy. S.30S.40; packers and butchers. $S 10S.35; light, $7.70 S.25: pigs, $6 7507.75. Sheep Receipts 1000; steady. Mut tons. $4.255.60; lambs, $6.007.S5; fed western wethers and yearlings. $4.75 7.40; fed western .ewes, $ 4.25 5.35. Chicago Livestock- Close. Chicago. III.. Jan. 2S. Cattle Re ceipts 200 strong. Beeves, $4.10 7.50; Texas steers, $3.754.S5; western steers. $4.0Q5.90: stockers and feed crs, SS.OOSO; cows and heifers, $2.00 5.50; calves, $7 009.25. Hogs Receipts 16,000; steady. .Light, $S.00S.35; mixed, $S.05S.45; heavy, $S.15S.50; rough. $8.15S.45; good to choice heavy $S.258.50; pigs, $6.90 7.90; bulk, $S.258.45. Sheep Receipts 7000; steady. Na tive, $ 3.9 0 5.90: western. $3.905.90; yearlings, $6.757.75; lambs, native. $6.008.30; western, $6.00S.3G. Fort "Worth .Livestock. Close. Fort Worth. Tex.. Jan. 2S. Cattle Receipts 900; hogs 3000. Steers steady, tops $5.20- cows higher, tops $4.55; cahes steady tops $T 10 Hogs Steady, tops $S 30 BEVEBiDGEHMT.SEEK TO DELHI BILL ON STSIiEJSfT m SCT1 X a 01! THAT ween ennm IflilULU UUUil provement in Grand Canyon national monument Cameron has recommended postoffices at Bagdad.' Yavapai county, and El gin, Santa Cruz county, in Arizona. Cameron has secured the appointments of postamtsers as follows: At Paradise, Cochise county, James C. Hancock; at Sedona. Coconino county, Man D. Schnebly: also a pension for Thomas Burns, of Teviston, $15. Delegate Andrews Introduced the fol lowing bills: That the secretary of the Interior Issue a patent to Palomas Hot springs, in Sierra county, to the future state of New Mexico. The governor may lease the springs under contract He also introduced a bill conveying to Tucumcari an adjoining school section, slightly amended. ID HER U LOO IS UNTRUE "Her name's Zola. Me? I'm Harry Rhea. Oh, we're just down here lookin for a piece of change: About? Well, she got sore because Iawent with an other " "You admit it. do you, you swore the young woman" rising on the pillow. But she fell back exhausted. nTinn- nff into comatose sleep. The Lyoung man laughed at the outbreak. The fun of the thing ior a moment lightened his bloodless face a face dead white. Perhaps It was "stir pallor," perhaps the opium smoker's paleness. And so the woman who gives very thing to the man of her choice had only asked for his whole affection. Aad when that was gone, and she had noth ing of herself, she chose to dl rather than that But she will not die. Sh will live. The man is sitting by the side of her bed. He is laughing. Sh had lost. He has won. J tory on the second Tuesday of Novem- the time several months longer, than the hdwse bU1 provides, for the election of the sate officers, repreetatives in congress,he county officers, and a legislature, which will elect two sen ators. The ereci- wouiu ue s.u iuaAe it- the summer CK- early fall of 1311 be- the states cisuld enter the sister- hoodvof states wita an me ngnts aim privileges of other states. Taft "Wants ActleR. It is nt believed by the earnest friends of V-atehood that ihe president will consentV0 such" an unusual and unprecedentedJelay complying with the plank in tlSe platform which de mands immediate aamwbiuu v. - rs -.; r,nVas states In the union. In a few days the ate committee will he COTTON. -? ,.. C.A4- Galveston. Tex., Jan. 28. Spot'"0'; tnn ou.et- lc lower: middlings, la1 today's sales, none; to arrive, 100 ball WOOL St. Lenls WL Clese. St Louis, Mo., Jan. 2S. Wool un changed. Territory and western me diums. 252S; fine mediums, 2024; fine. 122L SOLOMONVLLLE SOCIETY. Solomonvllle, Ariz., Jan. 28. Mrs. Frank Richardson entertained the "Thimble club" yesterday afternoon. Mrs. I- B. Solomon entertained at "bridge whist" yesterday afternoon for her two daughters, Mrs. Max Ikmtln and Mrs. Jacob Weinberger, both of Globe, Ariz. John C Epley and W. C McFarland. together with George A. Olney, of Saf ford. are at their gold claim up the river this week seeing to the assess ment work. A moving picture show at the 3fc E. church south drew a godd crowd last night Mrs. Moshbir, Mrs. Olney, Mrs. Clay ton and Mrs- Simon, of Safford, were all up attending theNbridge party at 2&rs. Solomon's. Frank Ringgold has about recovered from the grip. ALLEtED DESERTER ARRESTED Pat Moore was arrested yesterday by day jailor Parker and this morning wa turned oveif to the authorities at Fort Bliss, being" wanted on a charge of de sertion! Parker received $50 reward for the capture- POLL TAX PAYMENTS. The number of poll taxes paid to date is given as 2500, and it is expected that with those paid In outside districts, the total number this year will run close to 5000. AUTOMOBILIST ARRESTED, v J. Miller was arrested today by po liceman Monroe on a charge of ex ceeding the automobile speed limit on Montana street. SUIT ON DEBT. The case of the Standard Savings and Loan association against T.JES. Dockery is on trial in the county court The plain tiffs are suing Dockery for $205.57. 3abv stnr. Born to Mr. and Mrsv M. H. Burton 531 West Missouri, a boy. t RESULTS SURPRISING, Yon'U be surprised at the results you will get from a small want, rent or for sale ad in The Herald. Will not cost more than 25e to 50e. phone Bell 115, Auto 1115 and tell the srirL i LT jXiion of the sen rtfAfiosea.