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EL PASO HERALD
'Monday, February 14, 1910.
11
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1 oo Late 1 o Classiry
One Cent a Word.
L Less Than 25c.
SB
Too Late to Classify
No Ad
A LETTER FOR YOU.
Replies sent In care cf The HeralC
office were awaitmff the following: ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
later than one -week after being bullo-
tined:
B. 3S0
CLE
C. M.
F. 392
G.
H. H. K. P.
I. 112
I. 23S
J. 175
I
ZUL I
P. 1G
P. 399
R. 62
S. 23
V. 5167
V. 191
Owner S.
Joe
4
125
44
LOST Black leather pocketbook with
name of James H. Hirsch & Co. en
graved on it; contained money and pa
pers. Return to M. A. Weinberg, care
El Paso Herald, and receive reward.
FOR SALE One rolltop desk, 3 sec
tion bookcase, 1 leather couch. 419 E.
California. Reasonable.
WAXTBD Youns: man
wants board
with nice private family on wyommgr.
Boulevard or Montana Sts., between
Noble St. and Cotton addition. Ad
dress E. B., Box 103S, El Paso, Tex.
TVAXTED Nurse girl for baby year
old. Call between 3 and 5 at room 10,
Iake House.
WANTED Two hlgn grade solicitors,
special work; also man to solicit and
collect who can furnish small bond;
permanent position. Apply 318 Her
ald Bldg., 9 a. m.
FOR SALE Owner leaving town.
Wants to sell cheap, a 5 room modern
red pressed brick cottage, east front,
near car line, in one of the best neigh
borhoods; must be seen to be appre
ciated., Address Herald, 480.
WANTED Single woman for restaur
ant; home cooking also; pastry work;
good wages, German preferred. 1234,
Herald.
FOR SALE A confectionery, ice cream
and cigar business, centrally located
in the business part of Globe on Broad
street. Everything in good shape and
clean stock. Address Box 61, Globe,
A. T.
WANTED A good woman cook, good
wages. Address Box 200, Alamogordo,
X. M.
FOR RENT In private home, close in
on Rio Grande, desirable rooms for
gentlemen. Address W. 2 IS, Herald.
FOR SALE White Wyandotte and
black Minorca eggs, $2 and $3 per set
ting. Phone 131S.
WANTED A No. 1 man to act as spec
ial agent for a well known accident
and health Insurance company; must be
of good appearance and reputation.
Address "V. 219, care of Herald. -
FfRNISHED ROOM FOR REXT with
or without sleeping porch, to single
man. Phone 3410.
DR. AXXA REUM. Over Calisher's.
BOOKKEEPER Will care for set of
books part day or evening. Write W.
222, Herald.
MOST ELEGANT ROOM in city, 32 feet,
steam heat, billiard table and 1000 vol
ume in library, close in. Write 221,
Herald.
TEN ROOM modern 2 story brick resi
dence, corner Upson and Prospect, 52
feet south front- Sell long Mme, yearly
or monthly payments; small iash -down.
Trade for city property here or else
where or lands anywhere. Paul Mc
Combs, T. & P. ticket Office, El Pasd.
FOR RENT For I or 2 -gentlemen,
nicely furnished room, southeast front;
bath. Phone 1739.
FOR REXT To gentlemen only, neat
ly furnished rooms in private family;
nov children; no invalids. 606 Glad
stone St.
42 LAYING HEXS, Leghorn and Ply
mouth Rocks; $50. Box 242, city.
CHICKEX BUSINESS Partner wanted.
Single man, a hustler, with $1250. Ad
dress 22, care Herald.
FOR SALE 3 year old horse, saddle
and bridle. 510 S. El Paso St
SPLEXDIDROOJI in Montana St; re
fined environment, i'npne zsii.
VALLEY XAND 3SEST BUY
Ever offered. 71 acres on county road
this side of Ysleta; shall vineyard,
fruit trees, alfalfa. If aken at once
price is only $100 per ack This price
is from $100 to $200 ler acre less
than anything adjoining oxn be bought
Pence iiros., 217 Trttas St.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE.
4 lots on W. Missouri Stl
in the Ste-
vens addition. Irice $800
Tenns 4
cash; balance 1, 2 and 3
percent
ears at 8
An Ideal new 8 room 2 Lory mod
ern brick residence on Aizona St
Price $6800. Terms. " cask balance
1. 2 and 3 years at 8 percent
104 by 120 feet improved property on
Leon St Price $12,000. Will "trade for
business property and pay difference
in cash. ?
Corner on El Paso St; 25 by 134 feet
Price $6250.
50 by 120 on San Antonio St Price
5000. -
52 by 120, corner Fourth andBroad
way. Price $6500.
Nevada St corner, 3 lots, 75 by 120
feet Price $3000.
70 by 120 feet on S. OregonStl $70
per foot
FOR RENT. 1 .
A firstclass livery stable, suitable
for garage; close In; 100 bv 120 Vfeet
Will lease Vr rent by the month. 75.
BEHR & WATTS. !
MONEY TO LOAN.
WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE.
CITY NAT. BANK BUILDING
PHONE 454. i
WE HAVE 550,000 TO LOAN G."f EL
PASO REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SI
TES.
J.2U oy 143 feet cor. of First and
Campbell Sts.; on T. & P. railroad.
870 feet (4 acres) on G. H. & S. A.
railroad, foot of Texas St; 4 fronts.
S5 feet by 139 feet cor. of w. San
Antojiio and Anthony Sts., on A., T. Zzl
a. j'- ranroaa.
128 feet by 91 feet cor. of Chihuahua
and Main Sts.; opposite the chamber of
commerce bulldin; 4 fronts.
3IISCELLANEOUS.
60 feet by 78 feet (Improved) cor of
Wyoming and Oregon Sts. v,
37 feet by 120 feet (improved). Ma-'
goffin Ave., the Michigan Ave. of 321
Paso. i
R. H. THORNE,
518 San Francisco St. i
Income and Investment. Real Estaib. j
MEXICO JjANDS.
OtD XEX2CO XXO SOUTHWEST
TEXAS ULXDS. large tracts our spe
cialty. BUTLER REALTY CO.,
215 N. Oreeois, JV'ext ta St. Regl.
4200
DO.VT PAT ANOTHER 3IOXTH'S RENT
Only $300 down and 25 per month
for this modern 5 room brick with basp
ment; south front and located on Mon
tana St. You know what that is worth.
Cassldy & Davidson,
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building-.
Phone 920.
IXC03IE PROPERTY. L.ISTEX.
$5500 buys corner close in. well Im
proved, bringing now 10 percent on
$9000. Take It now for 55500 and
terms. Don't sleep on tins but come j
and let us show you. Seeing is believ
ing? Pence Bros., 217 Texas St.
CIVIL EXGIXEER wants position any
where; moderate salary, good instru
ment man and draftsman; experi
enced In irrigation surveys, design and
construction; also railroad surveys. Ad
dress H. "W. 241, care Herald.
DIVIDEND PAYING PROPOSITION.
Party or parties with $10,000 to en
tar into thft mnniifnoturiTiEr business In
E1 paso. Present owner of plant will
put in $10,000 more, making fhe total
capital stocn $20,000. Pays big divi
dends. "Will bear closest investigation.
Trade conditions in El Paso and sur
rounding territory very favorable. No
dull seasons. IVill run every day but
Sunday in the year . Address 171, Her
ald. PIANO AND CHINA FOR SALE.
Have high grade mahogany piano,
new set of French chVna. Leaving city.
Will sell at great sacrifice. Call at
217 Texas St., or phone Auto. 1216.
WAAT QUICK ACTIO.
J It is a beautiful home in the most
i desirable residence section, south front
on Rio Grande St. Improvements oon
slst of a beautiful red pressed brick
cottage, modern and uptodate, built on
2 full lots, highly Improved grounds,
retaining walls and walks in. Reduced
from $6000 to $4700 for a quick sale.
See us for particulars.
Cassidy fc Davidson,
Rrfoms 4 and 5 Buckler Building.
Phone 920.
2 LOTS. CORNER OX BROWN ST.
South front and a bargain at our
price of $1300; easy terms.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
$5500 IS OUR CUT PRICE OX A HOME
ON BOULEVARD
Of 6 large rooms, including all furni
ture and piano,, beautifully situated on
2 corner lots, cement walks, curb and
lawn. We can arrange terms.
Lone Star Lnid Co.,
213 Texas St.
Solo Agents.
TO BUY OR XOT TO BUY A
BARGAIN?
That is the question. If it's a bar
gain you want we have it- It's a
modern home of S large rooms, 2 large
halls, 2 story brick, lot 40x120 feet,
cement walks and retaining wall, large
beautiful trees, lawn. In fact it is the j
limit when a bargain is in question.
I The price is $4500. See us and see us
quick. Its bound to be sold. We can
arrange terms.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
CLOSE IX' WAREHOUSE PROPERTY.
We have 75x120 close in on Texas St.
$100 per foot under price of adjoining
pnoperty; several (other good tracts
close in for business property.
Pence Bros., 217 Texas St.
STRAXGERS IX THE CITY
Get located in a nice neighborhood.
We have some swell homes, north side
residence section. Prices and terms to
suit. We can save you money.
Casidy & Davidson,
Rooms 4 and 5, Buckler Building.
5 AND 6 ROOM MODERN HOMES.
5 room on Texas St., 2 lots, corner,
$2600. 5 room modern red pressed
brick corner on Arizona St, 43300; east
front. 6 room modern red pressed
brick, 6 foot hall, base'ment, on 2 lots,
fenced; location. Price is only 3500.
Can give terms on all.
Pence Bros.,
217 Texas St, Sole Agents.
FOR SALE AT GREAT BARGAIN
New 3 room frame house and 4 corner
lots, water a't the door, on east side,
fins Tlac to live. Lots are worth $800.
Will coll TfJtH hnnep fnr S7S0 Pall n- 1
address W. A. Foote, room 1, Stevens
block.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING
For snap buy Is this good enough? 6
room modern brick with 4 lots on cor
ner, all fenced; price if taken between
now and Friday is onlyt $2300. I guess
this listens good. House cannot be
built for that amount Will take some
vacant lots on payments.
Pence Bros.,
217 Texas St, Sole Agents.
FOR REXT 40 acres of valley lana,
near El Paso; good house and water;
cash renU Call or address Andrew
Story, Stevens block.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIX 35 acres
of improved valley land 5 miles from
El Paso; good house and water; 1 mile
and half from street car. Call or ad
dress Andrew Story, Stevens block.
EGGS CHEAP Fresh ranch eggs
the case. Phone 2009.
by
ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE.
Best location In city. 30 rooms all
full. If you want firstclass place let
us show you this.
Pence Bros., 217 Texas St.
ALFALFA MEAL Hay, grain, coal and
wood. W. S. Lawless & Co., 3129 Ala
meda Ave. Phone Bell 173.
WANTED Japanese or Chinese cook.
Call J300 W. Boulevard.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room in
private homo to good parly: fine loca
tion for doctor. 115 N. Oregon.
FOR REXT 2 nicely funns'iel rooms
for housekeeping in private family;
close In. 604 My-tle.
FOR REXT Completely furnislied
room cottage. Phone 2602.
LARGE BEAUTIFUL HOMES.
Have one on 3 lots, 8 large rooms,
and hall; steam beat large cement
porch all around home. This is good
buy. Come let us show you this.
Pence Bros.. 217 Texas St.
.FOR REXT Small store rooms and of
fice rooms at reasonable prices, corner
Texas and Stanton streets. See
" Mclvin Meat Co..
206 North Stanton.
FOR REXT.
Offices in the Bassett & Edwards
building, centrally located, nice and
light, plenty of good air, price reason
able. Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
- Building. Phone 491.
FOR RENT.
316 Missouri St.. 4 rooms, $23.
5 room flat in the Brazos.
S05 Myrtle Ave., 6 rooms, 530.
702 Gbtton Ave., 4 rooms, $20.
919 -Missouri, 4 rooms, $20.
Turner & Davis,
106 TexasSt.
rOR SLE Laundry. All or Inter
est. Earning 5o0 a week now: sacri-
Jice. Bailey. 30 G Mesa. Orndorff hotel, j
3LR. EOJIESEEKER.
If it is a home you want at the
right price and terms to suit see our
list. "We can save you money
Casldy & Davidson,
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building.
Phone 920.
A HARD TIMES PRICE.
Is what we have on this 5 room red
pressed brick, one block from Arizona
car line. This is a pretty home and
if you want a bargain let us tell you
more about it. The owner wants to
leave the city and will sacrifice for a
little cash.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Phone 4-91.
A CLOSE IX- BUILDING SITE.
65 feet, east front, on corner, and
one of the best vacant sites in the en
tire city. If you are looking for some
thing especially fine let us tell you
more about this. The price is right.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Phone 491.
THIS IS WORTH INVESTIGATING.
6 lots on Boulevard, a corner; only
$600 each; good terms.
Cas"Idy & Dnvidaon,
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building.
WHAT HAVE YOU
In a 5f 6 or S room house to sell
close In? We have customers for bar
gains in v such houses and if you will
tell us what you have we can sell It.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Phone 491.
HANDSOME HOME CHEAP.
On Boulevard, paved district, south
front, walks and curb in. This is a
red pressed brick of 5 large rooms
and screened in sleeping porch 10x12,
in addition to the porch, cement floor
in front porch. This will be completed
in about a week. $500 down and bal
ance monthly.
AHderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Phone 491.
HAS CUT THE PRICE TO GET
aUICK RESULTS.
Can you appreciate a real bargain?
If j'ou can and want a home investi
gate this. Only $3700 for a modern 5
room cottage on Boulevard, paving all
paid.
Cassldy : Davidson,
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building.
Phone 920.
ALFALFA LAXDS.
SMALL MOXTHLY PAYMENTS.
NO TAXES.
ND INTEREST.
24 miles east of El Paso, lying ad
jacent to the G., H. & S. A. and T. & P.
railways. New county road right
through the property. 625 acres of the
richest land In the valley. Planted In
alfalfa. Land in this section yields as
high as two tons a cutting, bright pea
,?,, hav. obtaining the verv hierhest
market price. Should you not want to
occupv same ngnt away we win at-
tend to your land and pay you a hand
some rental.
Will be sold in 5, 10 and 20 acre
j tracts. This is the first opportunity to
buy alfalfa land on small monthly pay
ments and will not last long. Prices
are right and the increase In the value
of the land will double. Buy now, the
benefit of this year's crop to the purchaser-
Good railroad facilities. Morn
ing and evening trains.
A cool, healthy place for the chil
dren. School facilities. Real milk and
real eggs for all. Cheap living. Be
one of the first on ground floor prices.
We can show it anyTtinie.
Loomis Bros.,
202 Texas St
500 CASH will purchase $1500 worth
of merchandise; any good hustler can
make $1000 in 30 days; investigate this.
Call 206 Herald Bldg.
FOR SALE Express and baggage busi
ness, also 1 pair beautiful ponies, wa
gon, harness. I will sell very cheap
for cash. Call 206 Herald Bldg.
WANTED English speaking Mexican
girl for light housework. 501 Nevada.
STROX'G SOY of 16 wants work. Phone
266.
SIX ROOM HOUSE
Golden Hill for rent
entire house, and
Phone Dr. Horaan.
on east edge of
Has hall through
all conveniences.
WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS from
prize winners. $2 and $1.50 for 15. Dr.
Homan.
FOR REXT 2 large rooms with sleep
ing porch furnished for housekeeping
with every modern convenience. In
quire of Drs. Strang and Phelps. 709
N. Oregon St Phone 171.
AT THE COST OF THE BUILDING.
40x125 feet of ground thrown in. 7
room brick, 2 story modern, large front
and back porches, retaining walls
sidewalks, electricity and. gas. Price.
S4750; terms. 1107 Cotton Ave. Housh
next door sold for $6000 a few days ago.
We can show this any time.
Loom's Bros.,
202 Texas St. for Real Bargains.
32000 WJLL BUY
A 5 room modern brjck house on your
own terms. This price will not last
long. ,
W. T. Downing,
209 Mesa Avenue.
FOR SALE An excellent piece of
property suitable for an apartment
house; situated on Montana St, In a
popular neighborhood. Price $15,000.
Apply H. R Wood, Caples building.
550 CASH AND $30 PER MOXTH, in
cluding interest buys one new mod
ern red pressed brick house; has 6
rooms' in Highland Park; large pantry
closets screened in back porch; stable,
chicken house, corral, on 4 lots, fenced,
yiuac tu ciir line, a Dargaln for $3600,
Phone 1757.
o
WHAT HAVE YOU as first payment on
a 6 room white brick cottage and 11
l?,ts', , alL TXIre fenceJ. 3 blocks from
Highland Park car line; 400 chickens,
I cows, horse and wagon. Price ?GQ00.
100 and interest monthly pavments.
Income ?12, expenses 5, leaving $7 a
day for yoar time. Rogers, care of
Herald.
TlAXTEDLadies with spare time at
home to do our new line of work for
paster trade; experience unnecessary.
Apply Industrial Co., 712 N. Stanton.
PROFIT $50 A WEEK.
5 rooms near P. O. Rent only $80.
?f tJU3s,now you. Bailey, 306 Mesa,
Orndorif hotel.
WANTED C!nv. .,,,. - vo. i,
gain in El Paso; 4 corner lots and nice J
cottajre. Minta tti,. i.tcs t
., . -....j iiqiftjlta, ilKCOlldlC ;ir
"'" huick. i-an room 206 Herald Bldg.?
3IOVIXR. wnx'i-wci- movtvh
Yes, I am moving, but I will be opn
for business ju the same every h5""
of the day, and I am fitting eyes And
making glasses right all the time, Just
as though I -were not moving, tf-ome
jusl the same, I will make you.;001"
fortable. and maVo vmi tiptv passes
or repair the old ones. I wil
be at
tne old location for 2 or 3 da
then
across the street, at 20S Mesa
.ve.
Geo. J). Kendall.
1
207 Mesa Ave.. Makes Glasses
Right.
l
the right
HEIX'EMAN
sells property at
Always
price.
Plione S43.
207 St. LouLs St.
FOR SALE A Goggin piano, mahog
any case, slightly used; cost $400, will
take $175 if sold by Wednesday. 415
Mesa.
"WANTED A good girl for general
housework. 1011 California.
MASONIC HOTICES.
J
EL PASO LODGE NO. 130, A. F. & A. M.
.tteguiar meetings ist ana .sra
Wednesdays of each month.
E. W. S. Neff, Secy.
J. D. Mason. W. M.
V Masonic Relief Board 3rd floor, Ma
sonic Temple. Office hours: 10 a. m.
to 12 m. lu E. Gillett. Secy.
A. & A. S. RITE OF FREE MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. H. McCulloush, Secy.
Election of officers Monday, 14th
Lodge of Perfection.
SELECT pANCING ASSEMBLIES,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
WED. AND SAT. NIGHTS.
MONEY AND METALS.
New York Quotations.
, (By Associated Press.)
New .York, Feb. 14. Money on call
2 5 3 percent
Prime mercantile paper. 45 per
cent Clonlajr Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 51.
Desilverized lead, $4.504.70.
Copper, standard, $13 13.15; March,
$1313.12.
Mexican dollars 44c.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.45.
Current Snielter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 51
Copper wire bars (cts. per lb.).. 13 5-16
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 13 3-16
Lead (New York sales prices). .. .$4.70
Lead (London sales prices),. f 13, s7, d6
Weekly Avernsres.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
(New York.)
Bar silver 51.40
Copper 13.34
NEW YOEK LISTED
STOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Amalgamated 76
Amer. Smelters S2&
Anaconda 50
Brooklyn Rap. Transit 72
Chi., Mil. & St Paul". 144
Colo. Fuel & Iron 36
Erie Ry 2S
M., K. & T , 41
Mo. Pac A 69
Reading .- 163
Rock Island 47
Southern Railway 2S4
Southern Pac , 12i;
Texas Pac ." 29
Union Pac 183
U. S. Steel,com 79
Wabash 21
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.;
Ariz. Commercial 4051
Bos t Corb 18
Boston Con f 19
Calumet & Ariz 72
Centennial , 22
Copper Range 77
Daly West sj
East Butte .' 10 '"
Giroux io
Greene Cananea '. 9
Helvetia 5 '"
Miami . 24
Nevada Con 23 '
North Butte 34
Old Dominion 4414
Shannon 14
Sup. &Boston 14A
Trinity , 8
U. S. Smelters, com 45
Utah Con 37
Utah Copper ,. 505'
UNLISTED STOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Arizo
Ariz.-Mich., pt pd 75C
Black Mountain 40c
Butte Balaklava 9 3.4
Butte & London 22c
Cactus 47
Cal, & Montana.. 114
Chinq, Cop. Co i2?i
Chief Con 2
Cordova, pt pd , '
Cordova, full pdv 3
Cumberland Ely , 6
Davis Daly . I . . : 31
Denn-Ariz 4
Ely Cent 1
Gila Copper g'
Inspiration Cop ss
Live Oak Dev .'19
Majestic Cop. of Utah., sbc
Mason Valley 2
Nat Mng. Exp 55C
New Keystone 5
Uhio uopper ,
Pinto Copper ....,....
Raven
.tcay uenirat 31
liay Consolidated. , , 22
Savanna, pt pd ' 2ja
San Antonio, pt pd..,
7
ID
1
6
Shattuck x . .
Superior & Globe, pt pd.
Tonopah
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
f Wheat
May
July Corn
May
July
Oats
May
July
11.12
1.03
66fg67
67 '
47
!44
Chicago Provisions. Close.
Poftk
May
July
Lad
May
.fruly
.$23.55
. . 23.37 23.42
.$12.6712.70
. 12.62&
WAS
fZ
JU1J
.$12.35
. 12.30
LIVESTOCK.
Ivjmsnn City I!vestoi!c. Close.
Kansas Oity, Mo., Feb. 14. Cattle
Receipts 12.000, including 300 south
erns, steady to 10c lower. Native steers
?a.007.25; southern steers, ?4.506 25:
southern cows $3.00 4.75; native cows
and heifers, $3.00 6.00; stockers and
feeders. ?3.755.75; bulls, ?1.005.25
calves, ?4.009.00: western steers $4 75
yG50, wr-tern cows, $3.00(g15.25
Hogs Receipts 9000, 5c higher, bulk,
A
Howfc
A WANT AD
With A Blind
ADDRESS
$8.55S.S0; heavy, $S.758.90; packers
and outchers, S8.608.85; light, $8.35
S.70; pigs, $7.508.00.
Sheep Receipts 12,000; steady. Mut
tons, $5.00 6.50; lambs, $7.50 8.75; fed
western wethers and yearlings, $5.25
S.10; fed western ewes, ?4.756.10.
Chicago Livestock- Close.
Chicag,, 111., Feb. 14. Cattle; Re
ceipts 25,000; steady to 10c lower.
Beeaes, $4.407.S0; Texas steers, $4.00
' 5.10; western steers, ?4.206.00,
stockers and feeders, $3.15 5.50; cows
and heifers, $2.65 6.00; calves, $7.00
9.25.
Hogs Receipts 40,000; shade higher.
Light ?8.609.00; mixed, $S.659.05;
heavy; $8.70 9.07; rough. $ S.70 8.80;
e-ood to choice heavy, $8.809.07;
pigs, $7.7008.80; bulk. $8.909.00.
Sheep Receipts 17,000; strong. Na
tives, $4.506.85; western, $4.506.S5;
yearlings, 37.25 8.40; lambs, native,
86.759.00; western, $6.759.00.
Fort Worth Hogs.
Fort Worth, Tex., Feb. 14. Follow
ing a series of record smashing for sev
eral months, the price of hogs again
today broke the record, a carload from
Foss, Okla., selling for $8.75 per hun
dredweight in the local market Only
Saturday the previous record was
broken, but today's prices are 11 cents
above Saturday's. The hogs averaged
233 pounds.
Fort Worth Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex.. Feb. 14. Cattle
Receipts 3000; hogs 2500. Steers steady,
tops $5.50; cows steady, tops S4.25;
calves steadj tops $5.50.
Hogs Higher, tops $8.75. f
WOOL
St. Louis Wool Close.
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 14. Wool un
changed. Territory and western me-
L diums. 252S; fine mediums, 20g24;
line, J221.
COTTOK
Galveston Spot Ccrtoa.
Galveston, Tex., Feb. 14. Spot cot
ton steady; middlings, 15 c; today's
sales, 231 bales; to arrive, 100 bales.
ews-
Brevities
Train Bulletin.
Texas and Pacific fast express, due
at 11:40 a. m., from the east, is five
hours late. AH other trains are reported
on time.
Fear for Tag's Safety.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 14. Six days
have passed since the little naval tug
Nina, carrying 32 aboard, eras due to
arrive at the Boston navy yards, caus
ing naval officers to begin to feel se
rious apprehension for her safety. Last
Sunday the Nina sailed out of Hampton
Roads for Boston, meeting a stiff
northwest wind before many hours at
sea. Eight government vessels are
searchinc: the prreat billows for the little
1 tug, while the navy department's worst
fear is that the Nina may De at uie
bottom of the sea and her crew
drowned. We- still have rabbits.
Melvia Meat Co.,
206 N. Stanton.
No use to look further than this store
.for-Lenten foods. We have everything
there is and it's good. Jackson's, phone
353.
Taft Has Quiet Sunday.
New Tork, N. Y., Feb. 14. A quicc
Sunday was spent yesterday by presi
dent Taft. He saw but two callers, Otto
T. Bannard, president of the Nev Tork
Trust company, and Lloyd C. Griscom.
president of the New Tork Republican
county committee. The president posed
leisurely for a sketch or two before a
young woman artist, Lois Av. A. Swan,
and left for Washington late In the aft
ernoon. Sauerkraut and weinorwurst.
Melvln Meat Co.,
206 N. Stanton.
Avoid the Wronjr Store.
So many evils arise from buying your
Trvm-aions at the wrong store that find-
,
N
4S Ing the right one ought to be worth
20c r while". 3 this store isn't "it," look fur
af, 1 ther. We're trying to make it "it."
Jackson' Sanitary Grocery,
Phone 353.
Drs. SIngrnaer and 3Iapes,
References: Ask anyone.
dentists.
R. B. Dla 2Tuel Co.
Wood. coal. feeu.. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
street. Phones: Bell 849; Auto. 1S49.
Dr. Cameron, Dentist, for reliable den.
tistrv, reasonable prices. Office over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed,
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and "Wyoming.
First Call to Breakfast.
Doesn't it sound mighty good to you?
and who can resist the call when Chase
& Sanborn's coffee will be served,
steaming hot. irresistibly good?
Serve it on your own breakfast table,
first, last and always.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353."
Drjt. Mngruder and alupes, dentists,
We don't work for negroes.
Remember the Melvin Meat Co. has
chickens when all others are out;
specially dressed.
Stnte Officer Short.
TJenver, Colo., Feb. 14. State boiler
inspector Alexander E. P. Whitney will
be called upon to explain and account
for $20,000 according1 to auditor Kene
han and governor Shafroth. Whitney
is alleged to have kept three sets of
receipt books issuing' receipts from one
only which was accounted for. The oth
ers he put In his pockets, it is said.
Soft boiled eggs should always be
Sunflower eggs, then you'll enjoy your
breakfast Jackson's.
Dr. Willis R. Smith, skkl.
urinary and rectal diseases,
rooms 201, 202, 203 Caples Bldg.
genito
Offscje First Call to Breakfast.
Doesn't it sound mighty good to you?
and who can resist the call when Chase
& Sanborn's coffee will be served,
steaming hot, irresistibly good?
Serve it on your own breakfast table,
first, last and always.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Phone 353.
Special, ladies purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
C. L. Billlngtos. 705 Magoffin. Tel. 1489
painting, paperhangiug, decorating.
Yonr Piano Tamed by Harper.
Those in attendance at the Yaw en
tertainment this evening should notice
the rich tone of the piano used. Upon
arrjving in El Paso Miss Yaw discov
ered that her piano toeeded tuning and
as W. B. Harper is located in, this city,
she at once engaged him to tune it
Mr. Harper Is an expert in tuning pi
anos, having tuned the pianos of the
greatest musicians in the world.
Drs. Mnsruder aad jiapca, eentists.
No use to look further than this store
for Lenten foods. We have everything
there Is and it's good. Jackson's, phone
353.
Dr. Cook ''Discovered."
Valvidia, Chile, Feb. 14. Dr. Fred
erick A. Cook, the explorer, and his
wife, traveling under the name of T.
Craig, sailed north yesterday, declin
ing to be interviewed. The steamer
Osiris sailed from Hamburg January 1
and from Antwerp January 8, for Cal
loa. Presumably she touched at Mon
tevideo, where the Cooks are said to
have boarded her but her call there
has' not been reported.
Avoid the TTrong Store.
So many evils arise from buying your
provisions at the wrong store, that find
ing the right one ought to be worth
while. If this store isn't "it," look fur
ther. We're trying to make it "it."
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Phone 353.
Convicted Murderer Geto 3Tortuae.
Duluth. Minn., Feb. 14. To fall heir
to a fortune of $81,000 after being con
victed of second degree murder for the
killing of a ship mate is an unusual
happening to a salt water -sailor. How
ever, such occurred to Jackson McPher
son, who Is serving time for killing
Otto Frey, last September. The money
was left him by an uncle, formerly of
Edinborough, Scotland.
Soft boiled eggs should always be
Sunflower eggs, then you'll enjoy your
breakfast. Jackson's.
RAILROAD XEWS.
FUNERAL OF THE
T A Tit5 lTi C HATCH" (TNri
&,. jj iw eowx.-.i-i'-.
Larsre Number of Friends of!
the Young- Conductor at
Graveside.
The funeral of the popular young
freight conductor, Edward F. Scanlom
who lost his life "Wednesday morning by J
falling beneath an engine bn the NG E.
S. A. right of way, w.is held yepter-
day afternoon at 2:du oelock at the
First Presbyterian church, Rev. Charles
L. Overstreet conducting the services
The church was filled
to overflcwing
with sorrowing relatives and friends who j Pieced m the history of the local com
!had come to pay their last respects in I pay. ;
honor of their comrade. A larce dele
gation of the Order of Railway Conduc-
tors accompanied, oy the women's auxil
iary were present in a body, under whose
auspices rae funeral was .eld.
Resting above the casket were showers
of beautiful tributes attesting to the
esteem in which tlw voutlmil lrulrnnri
man was held. The 'local order con-
tributed the desiqm of their oreaniza-zl
tiion, a broken wheel of flowers mounted' i "ut' tlns morning.
over green leaves. A set piece from the j J- S. Mess of the G. H. & S. A. is lay
Chihuahua lodge of whidi Mr. Scsnldn" inP of f-
was a member, illustrated a broken bar. I -, " Gentry, extra freight conductor
Manj' other desisms were intermingled i on tie ? WRS taken, out this morning
profusely among the tributes. ' .n a trip by conductor Sullivan, who re-
At tho frm.vfv ftoorfTo T. ?(-i-r.-ii .,- lieves TV. E. Clark.
ficiated. where the customary services
of the local branch were carried out.
These consisted of reading and nraver.
Among the railroad men wno assisted
as pall bearers were P. J. CoHinsj Ed.
Whitman and Robert Whitman.
MANY PRIVATE
CASS ABE HEBE
Station Yards Becoming a'
Gathering Point foi?
Palaces.
According to the number of private !- S V ""' amved lc the
cans seen daily in the yards an from tJ?"5 "Jg? n- w ,
the statements of those who have been w " S7.3L Bomer, who has
many years in El Paso in connection 1 !?? ?"necte1 .n IH,,lll work for the
with railroad work, passenger travel I ? 7oarsxnEl Paso, left yester
inassing through the citv is the heaviest i Hu mn "i Francisco to iake
J ever known, placing the Pass Citv on I
! the map a3 an important possins- ooint. !
S. C. Gardner of the Pullman company
is Kept uu3v uuny cnecKing up the I
? .tt nf ,kn if.. t .. T " . I
pulled out of the station bv a double,
header.
Nb less than five private Pullmans
carrying many .prominent parties comin
from different sections of the 'country
armed this morning or will reach hprV
this evening. $upt- Boucher cf the Xa-
record showing an enormous business. S-i. uhe ynhc relieved by H. C.
This morning No. 9 carried 15 cars. I 1 , r' who has been called from Los
- Vhen a number or initial is
given in a WANT AD in
lieu of a name, all that is
necessary is that you address
a letter to that address in
care of this paper. : : :
tional Railways of Mexico has just sta
tioned his private car "Twilight" in the
I depot yards.
m all, the yards present a crowded
.condition of ccaehes snowing the present
heaw traffic.
TO CLIP TIME
TO CALIFORNIA
Golden State Limited to Cut
Off Two Hours Between
Here and There.
trnofficial announcement comes that
two hours time of the famous Golden
State limited, between here and Lcs An
geies. will be" clipped off ot the regular
schedule. The Rock Island, it is under
stood, intends to make this train the
lastest in the southwest, its running
tnne comparing iavorably with the fast
trme made in the central west. This
pteces Los Angeles two hour3 closer to
El Paso, a "welcome change to travelers.
STREET CAS C0IPANY
GETS FOUR KIW CARS
Four new trolley cars reached EI Paso
tcis morning over the G. H. & S. A. the
property of the El Paso Electric svstem,
ana ioday they were unloaded from flat
cars and taken to the car barns to be
I put on mal touch for their future work.
luey cane irom the Cincinnati car shops
and are oi the semi-convertible fashion
Announcement is made that they will
be installed srithin a few davs for trf
nc purposes.
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LESLIE REED, G. H. FIKE3IAX,
IS NOW i :ULJS2tED MAX.
Oh where, oh where is Leslie Reed,
the genial G. H. & 8- A. fireman? Very
few know, so here it is:
"Very early this morning Leslie was up
at Calvary Baptist church, and so was
Mrs. Arabella Patterson, and as every
body knows that looks suspicious.
And when Xo. 9 pulled out this morn
ing Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Heed were on
board. The fireman had secured a
three weeks' leave and that's all there
is to it.
The Heeds will return and live in
El Paso after a honeymoon on the
Pacific coast.
FINISHING TOUCHES BuMTG
MADE ON G. H. & S. A. PARK
The final touches on the new park
bordered by Mesa and Stanton streets,
which is being m-ide an object cf beautv,
will be put on today. The parking is
beam? done according to an ordinance
authorised "by the city -which takes in
part of the property "belongina- to the
city and the G. H. & S. A. The spot
wdll present a jrcod appearance as an
approach to the depot.
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"GHOST" WALKS ON E. P. S. W.
The host is -walkm en. the E. P. &
S. W. Paymaster E. P. Averill left Sat
urday on his monthly trip, starting- from
the west and working eastward. He wall
finish the task which brings gladness to
the employes of the road next Saturday.
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DEATH OF COL. JEWETT.
News comes from Kansas Citv. ITo..
that Col. Edwin S. Jewett, general pas-
s?ner agent of the Missouri Pacific,
aiea yesteraoy at cne age 01 71 years,
rheart disease being the cause. Col. Je-
wett was vcfl fa? fa EI Paao-
G. H. MEN" ON EIGHT HOURS.
This anonring the men, boilermaker3,
machinists and car men, went to work on
short time en the G. H. & S. A.. Con
siderable reduction in time has been
made, the force now workimr on an eight
hour shift.
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WELLS-FARGO IMPROVEMENTS.
The Wells Fcro Express Co. is cver
hauling its quarters at the station in
I anticipation of the largest business ex-
RECRUITS PASS THROUGH.
Twenty-four naval recruits from Xew
Orleans on their way to San Francisco
passed through the city this morning.
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ABOTTT RAIIRO.VU PEOP-tiE.
.- p- Inues, freight conductor, after
visitimr his randi at Clint, reported for
L. E. Gibbons has returned to braking
again.
Operator W. J. Swartoufc returned to
this city this morning, being called here
on account of the illness of his mother.
Sam Elios of frhe Wells Fargo com
pany left this morning for Bisbee. Ariz,
where he will remain for a few davs.
Richard Williamson, from SononC Tex.,
is in town payim? a visit to ths fnrrnlv
of W. X. Elliot and hk on. E. B vf-
liot. bill clerk of tfce Wells Fargo. Mr.
Williamson is also visitim? sfMwrnrY'U i
B. Kwlspetfo.
L. M. Carson. nvnpml -macfv- m.in. i
of Jhe Rational Railways" of Mexico.
" ir1? n Cne a city. Mr.
fr?. "vn1 &v movc ni3 family to
X Jt . understood that his
Ar it,A o . , ., ,w 4'liU,' section
IHC O. I' TCtfltl AT", rha aim I-. T
Angeles.
1 -a nirp no
Messrs. Lester Reed and John Moi
vl01 general, tuiditor's office, E.
& b. W. system, returned this morn
ing from a trip to Benson.
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