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!L PASO HERALD
Monday, March 21, 1910.
1L
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
DAILY BULLETIN
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
H. L. HOWELL, 213 HERALD BLDG.
COTTAGE BARGAINS.
4 room modern brick cottage on
paved street, sidewalks down, front
and back all fenced, lawn, wood house,
etc, all complete. Has bath room,
pantry, mantel in parlor, and is located
In good neighborhood. This genuine
bargain will be sold for $2S00 on very
easy terms. $250 cash, balance month
ly payments.
H. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
FOUR ROOM HOUSE BARGAIN. '
Walking ""distance from the business
center. Artistically built of red pressed
brick, has 4 large rooms, reception hail,
rear hall, china closet, pantry several
clothes closets, kitchen ciosei. "fa0
front and back porches, bathroom
equipped with the best iron enamel
bath tub, and In fact a model cotutge
throughout. Price only $3o00. ?aio
cash, balance quarterly.
H. L: HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
SUNSET HEIGHTS.
Modern 6 room red pressed brick, on
paved street, 1 block from car line, lo
cated in the finest residence suburb or
E1 Paso, right In the midst of a cluster
of high priced residences. Price as only
$4250, on very easy terms.
H. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
ARIZONA ST.
Fine corner, on car line. 5 room red
pressed brick, extra large bath room
and pantry, large screened in bacic
porch, front porch, large reception nan,
fine oak mantel, electric lights e.c. A.
real bargain at the price only ?35&u.
Terms.
H. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
EAST EL PASO ADDITION.
Near S. W. shops. 4 room modern
cottage on Wyoming St., just north
'shops; has lot and half all fenced, ar
tistic cottage on paved street, all con
nected with sewers. Will sell for $2600.
$200 cash, balance easy monthly pay
ments. .
H. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
14 ROOM 2 STORY BRICK.
Just 4 minutes walk from the post
oice, east front, large rooms, wide
halls, etc. Designed for boarding or
rooming house. Always rented, ac
count being so close In. Will sell this
bargain for only $6500, third or fourth
cash, balance easy.
E. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
MUNDY AVE, CLOSE IN.
Five room red pressed brick. Bstra
large rooms, 9 foot hall all the way
through the house from front to back
door- Bath room is on side and leads
off from hall. Ground 50 feet front-le-
On naved street, sidewalk all
down, lawn sodded, the best house for
the money now on the' market eyer
before offered. Price only ?4o00.
Terms.
H. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
IV- LOTS ON WYOMING ST.
Xear Williams on the paved district.
Ievel, south front, good location. Price
$1110. Terms.
H. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
LOT AND HALF ON ROOSEVELT '
AVENUE.
Sunset Heights. This is walking
distance from town and will go soon at
the price. Only $1250. Terms.
H. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building.
PROSPECT AVE.
Fine building site corner. 40x130.
This only 1 block from car line, cast
front: In finest residence district. Price
only $1S50 on easy terms.
H. L. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building
DAILY' BARGAIN LIST. ,
8 room red pressed brick house on 2
full corner lots, just a few minute
walk from postoffice. We are offering
It for $6300.
10 room brick, 2 story house, on Rio
Grande St. We can selT you on easy
teTmsw
4 room red pressed brick house in
Grand View; has hot and cold water
bath, is new and has never been oc
cupied. We can sell you this house on
easv terms. The price is only $2800.
Buy a Grand View home and you will
enjoy the summer. ,-,,.,
4 room brick house in Highland
Park for $150 cash, balance $25
month. The price1 is only $2250. That's
easy.
"We have 44 lots on Montana St., cor
ner Montana and Maple Sts., we can
sell youfor $1680 for the 4. If you
want lots of room for a home buy
these.
. ..... n -rr rr In TTO C f TTI O T T . T V A
that is sure to be money to you-
buy this bargain. 2 full lots in Mundy
Heights, for the small sum of $1750.
4750 cash, balance in 1 and 2 years.
i-TJitwiV T'K-V-rr'C'TinrK'.'VT C.Cl-
BelloSO. 226 Mfsa Ave. 0 Auto. 1550.
WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SITES.
BUSINESS PROPERTIES 'JNSDDE.
CHOICE RESIDENCES.
IDEAL FARMS.
R. H. THORNE,
51S SAN FRANCISCO ST.
INCOME AND INVESTMENT REAL
ESTATls.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST BUY IN
EL PASO.
What? Why? No. 1411 Nevada St.
Go and see it- Then see the owner.
James T. Smith.
Las Cruces. X. M.
Small payment down, balance like
rent, or to suit buyer.
SPLENDID. DRIVING HORSE for sale, I
medium size, without a rauit or Diem
ish; good driver and safe anywhere.
Call Bell phone 2734 1930 Arizona St.
FOR SALE CHEAP New Edison home
phonograph. 200 records. Bell phone
2179.
PONY AND SADDLE For sale pony
well broke, safe for anybody to ride,
fine saddle good as new. Sell outfit
very cheap. Call 1930 Arizona. Bell
Phone 2794.
THE BEST BUY IN THE SOUTHWEST
Is a lot In Sunny Slope. Come up and
see it. you will be convinced. If you
buy we refund your fare. Lots onIy
$10, $1 down and $1 a week.
James T. Smitl.fc Co.,
Las Cruces, N. M.
LOOKING OVER GLASSES.
Did you ever see a person look over
their glasses' when they wanted to see
something distinctly. This is correct
in cases of old people who should wear
bifocal lenses, but in young people
there is something wrong with the
glasses, for if they Improved a person's
vision the person wearing them would
not look over them. When I make
glasses they Improve the vision, fit the
face properly, and benefit the nervous
system.
Geo. D. Kendall,
208 Mesa Ave., Makes Glasses Right.
T I ,4.T P1- :
i i if i i . if- a i .$& &aa wboshbh
WW MM..w . V AMtW.. J
Replies sent in care of The Herald
office were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
iater than -one week after bein bulla
tlnd: C. O. T. TV. G.
C. B. W. 69
J- W. C. W. 53
J. E. S. X. 162
K. 150 X. 167
Xu 175 X.
L I, i Salesman
M. 224 a. P. Streeter
P. 330 658
E. 351 , 2277
T. S. Co. 50
T. 15 400
U. 53 48
W. H. E. 113
W. H. C.
BEST BUY IN 5 ROQ3I HOME.
Ever offered in city, reduced from
$3750 to $3100; other buildings, same
kind, selling for $4000 on Newman
and Arizona St. Must be sold this
week, as owner must leave city on
account of health.
Pence Bros., 217 Texas St.
ROOMS En suite or single, for or
without light housekeeping, gas
ranges. 1001 X. El Paso St., on high
terrace.
BUILDING SITES. BUILDING SITES.
4 lots on ,corner Texas St. for only
$2100; can give terms.
Pence Bros., 217 Texas St.
11 LOTS. ONLY 1200.
Excellent buy, Highland Park, con
siderably under price of ardjacent lots.
Let us show you this bargain. Bailey,
306 Mesa, Orndorff HoteL
SCATTER BARDIE ADS.. .. 6.FM
INCOME ALFALFA FARM.
For sale, in best farming section of
valley, near Anthony, X. M.; prac
tically all of the 170 acres In cultiva
tion. 140 acres alfalfa. Price will in
terest you.
Bradford Hard'e, Owner.
1930 Arizona St.
BUY THIS 5 ROOM HOME.
5 room modern on corner, 2 lots,
south front on Texas St Price reduced
to only $2500; must sell.
Pence Bros., 217 Texas St.
BARGAIN ON TWO 7 ROOM HOUSES,
Mundy Ave., 700 block. Terms. Let us
show you. Bailey, 305 Mesa, Orndorff
hotel.
ROOMS FOR RENT New house and
new furniture; no sick. Phone 961.
BEAUTB7UL FURNISHED HOME,
$7350.
For immediate sale. This attractive 2
story, 8 room brick, modern and upto
date In every respect; fine sleeping
porch, built on 2 south front lots; lo
cated on Rid Grande St. The above
price buys this home completely and
handsomely furnished, silverware in
cluded. 1-3 cash, balance on eas?
terms.
Cnssldy & Davidson, Sole Agents.
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building.
Phone 920.
VALLEY LAND. VALLEY- LAND.
We have 60 acres finest improved
land in lower valley, 50 acres in fine
.stand of alfalfa, vineyard, ofehard.
Owners are getting old and wmt to
sell. 12 miles from city. 30 acres
only 1 miles from city. All level, un
der cultivation. Price is right
Small tracts close in on county road,
from 1 acres up. See us about
land. We are operating in the lower
valley and know where good buys are.
Pence Bros. 217 Texas St.
40 ACRES, J MILES
North of El Paso, in cultivation. Xo
finer soil in the valley, 1 mile from
station, good water rights. T-hls is an
exceptionally fine tract of land. The
price and terms are hard, to beat. Price
$60 per acre.
R. C. Bailey,
306 Mesa. .Orndorff Hotel Building.
2 SOUTH FRONT CORNER LOTS ON
RIVER AND BROWN FOR $iy00.
This is a choice site for a home and
the price is right.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas SL
4 ROOM COTTAGE ON N. ANGE, S2S50.
East front, lot 42x122 feet. It's a
bargain. See us about it. s
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
4 ROOM COTTAGE AND 3 LOTS FOR
$3000.
Is west of Oc-tavia St. You'll say
H 1" a bargain Better hurry.
Lobc Star Land Co.
213 Texas St.
FOR RENT 2 story modern block on
S. Stanton, $125; 3 new modern cot
tages, $25 each.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
LAND IN OLD MEXICO 2,000,000
acres, $:Mer acre. HAWKINS BROS.
ON RIO GRANDE ST. Fine 8 room
home, furnace heat a beauty; terms.
HAWKINS BROS.
$500 DOWN AND $500 A YEAR will
1 buy a new home on north side that
will rent for $60 a month. Will pay
for itself. HAWKINS BROS.
$5(K DOWN "WILL BUY a new 5 room
brick, south front, on Boulevard.
$3250. HAWKINS BROS.
ON N. CAMPBELL A new 3 room
brick, $300 down, balance by month.
$1850. HAWKINS BROS.
FIRE ' INSURANCE We write any
thing; no prohibited list. HAWKINS
BROS.
ON MONTANA A beautiful home.
Price cut way down; big bargain.
HAWKINS BROS.
FOR RENT Xew furnished rooms with
board; close In. 615 X. Florence
FOR SALE Two half breed Chihua
hua dogs. 112 W. Franklin.
5 MILES OF ANTHONY,
Xpar the new bridge, partly In al
falfa, balance good level land. On a
SDlndid ditch. Water risrhts paid. 140
acres in the tract. The price is $65 i
per acre; good terms.
TirathcTrs & Dyer.
FOR SALE: Dress suit, sIzp 36: cost
S65. good as new. 12 gage Winchester
Take Down shot gun. Would trade
either or both for Remington type
writer, diamond or boj-'s bicycle, and
take or pay difference. L B. J., care
Herald.
AX'TOMATIC PIANO FOR RENT With
30 rolls music, to familv withcut chil
dren. P. O. box 251, or phone 1421.
LOST OR STOLEN A $20 gold piece.
Same was carried bv man as pocket
Piece, being on? of the Roosevelt 190?
i"sue. wiihout "In God We Trut." Mer
chants, etc., will please be on lookout
for same. I will pay liberal reward
for Its recovery- J. E. Anderson, Elks's
club. El Paso. m
GOOD S"HALL XNVEST3IENT.
7. room adobe house near foundry,
reduced from $800 to $700. $65 cash,
balance S35 a month. Rents for $21
month. See us quick. 9
Pence Broi., 217 Texas St.
One Cent a Word.
WANTED Any kind of work.
Can
.SDeak Pdlish. Russian. Snanlsh and
English. Address A. 2y6, care Herald.
MEXICAN RANCH LANDS.
A tract of 43,000 acres In Chihuahua,
8 miles from railroad. 2500 acres un
der cultivation by irrigation, with
plenty of water supplied from two riv
ers that cross the property, all fenced,
good ranch house and other houses for
laborers, farming Implements etc; good
grass; above tick line and an excep
tionally good investment. Larger and
smaller tracts also if desired.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
I Building. Phone 491.
YOU SHOULD BUY THIS.
Income alfalfa ranch at Las Cruces.
80 acres alfalfa, 2 acres onions, 2 acres
prepared for sweet potatoes. 5 acre
young orchard. $4000 In buildings and
hay barn. The price is $175 per acre;
good terms.
Josephus Hogs
Room 15, Morgan Building. Phone 224.
lA'DOLBTEULY THE BEST BUY IX
HiGii CLASS ltEJSiuENoE PKOPER
Tl IN mti U'iil YOliAl. SITU
ATED AT 1U16 1UU (-1UAJJE Si'. A
NEW 8 ROOM URjcJAJi PRiisSExi
liiU CK HutSE. Has loT ttATiiilt
SJisTKM OF HEATLSG IN KEitX
ROOM. IiEA2tEi CiiiiLlAGS -Y.JJ
rULlSfiEb FLOORS. nlUfi CLASS
ELECTRIC FlA'x'LKES 1a Ei-Kl'
ROOM. BELROOMS FINISHED IN
vliLAE EAAjiiiiii. WALLS itiALTl-
FLLLi TlSkTtAU. BA'iH liOiifl HASJ
AND .icttKL -rolLErjFOR SALE-12 horsepower boiler and
As lttviiU SLEEPING, stack. 2910 Durazno St.
T1LH.U FLOOR
FIaI'lREs. has
POItOH. LALNuRY, iTAi vjtixTxi
EAAjxJb.L liAUMiltl 'i'LJiS. Ju.vixu.c2 J
UASJS.uE.Vr, CEMENT WALKS AND,
SlJLlEvALlvs l.j A.-vRtvINU AJJ ata. -i.u
i'Aliy FOR. $S4tM, EASl TERMS.
SH.E OU.NLil, J. lu. matHui'1'", Ab'lu.
A-xtONE X3GU; RESIDENCE 1013 WY
OMING ST.
VALLEY BARGAIN.
9 acres rignt in 'tne town of San Eli
zario. 2 room ddooe iiouse, all in ai
taxta, ana you can have it tor 10oO.
ruii is Delow the price of anything in
the vicinity when tue improvements, are
considered. Keauy to snow you at any
time.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 'j. i ana ::& joabett & Ji,a wards
Bunding. Pnone 4:1.
A BARGAIN IN 5 ROOM HOUSE.
Red pressed brick, soutu iront on xse
vada tt- owner paid 3fai0, ' but in
structs me to sell lor 3iuu. Be quick;
good terms.
Joscphus Bogg-,
Room 15, morgan liuilUing. Phone 224.
WANTED COLLECTOR Married man
preferred. Can 14, City .National banK
uuiiunig;
TLESDAV WE WILL SELL OLR 50c
window shaaes for 2oc. .uark or ouve
green, 7 ieut long. Aldricn Furniture
Jtore, 215 N. btauton.
ll'UV lJUCiriiAfTP 4 rH AV I
We can give ou one or tnJ prettiest j
builam: &iibz in tne city on Mesa
A.e., eu.st iront, oO teet anu nicely ter
raced, at a price tnat win maKe you
get Dusy. 'Inis will not last long and
ou wm have to act quiciv. Terms if
uesired.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 2 1 j.na a isaoaeii Edwards
Buiiaiiig. x'none 4tfl.
GOOD HORSE AND BUGGY
For sale cheap.
Jo4exlius Boggs,
Room la, Jdoigan building.
FOR RENT Single rooms for light
housekeeping, gas range, phone tiin
bath. 514 Is. ivansas.
FOR RENT Cozy bedrooms very
cheap, close in. 'ilS N. fcanta Fe.
'WANTED TO EXCHANGE Groceries
in part payment for automobile run
about. Phone 2b02.
S2100 WILL BUY
A 5 room modern brick house oni your
own terms. Tnis price will not last
long.
W. T. Downing,
209 Mesa Avenue.
FOR SALE.
5 south front lots on Wyoming SL,
near Dallas St., $3675 for the bunch;
good terms. -
Broaddus & Lcavell,
216 Texas St.
3IUNDY AVE.
Beautiful house of b rooms, conveni
ently arranged and nicely located, red
pressed brick, south front, 2 full lots;
paving in and paid.
555C0.
Newman Son,
Phone 914. 304 Mesa Ave.
FOR RENT 5 room brick, N. Kansas,
east front, for $25; good tenant.
Kettler Realty Co., SOS 3IeSa Ave.
FURNISHED housekeeoinc- rooms, ev- '
erything complete, electric lights, bath,
close In. 905 Myrtle.
"WANTED Girl for general house
work. 215 Arizona. "
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE I
1 stories, on Montana SL, 9 large '
rooms, l-' cash, balance to suit. '
Broaddus & Leavell,
21b Texas St.
FOR RENT Modern new S room cot-
tage, $30. 2314 Wyoming St., opposite
S. W. shops. Hatton Realty Co. Both
phones.
A MODERN FURNISHED ROOM with
sleeping porch; no sick taken; high,
cool part of the city; close in. 333 w
Missouri St Phone 1626.
FOR SALE ELEGANT 7 ROOM
2 story residence, new and modern in
every respect. $saoo; terms.
Broaddns & Lea veil,
216 Texas St.
LOST A bar pin, onyx and nearls n,
?ni?n .5? ?& etrn t0 !
1015 Rio Grande, receive reward.
FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished house
keeping rooms, bath adjoining, sepa
rate entrance, private familv; no sick
912 N. Stanton.
Gl ACRES OF FINE VALLEY LAND
On county road, near Clint. 52 50
ner acre. Terms.
BroaddnK & Lenvell,
216 Texas St.
2 LOTS "CLOSE IN FOR $400.
Highland Park, block of car.
Kettler Reilty Co., 30S Mesa Ave.
FOR SALE TORY CHEAP, 12 hens
excellent layers. McKexn, Block 3'
Altura.
KRAIvAUR PIANO, good condition!
$7i, for sale. A. 2SS, care Herald.
HOUSEKEEPING R0O3IS, furnished.
311 E. Missouri.
ELEGANT FRONT ROOM, private bath.
Phone. Board if desired. Bassett flat
7. Phone 2919.
FOR SALE Heavy round dining table
dark "oak, food condition, $8.00. 80G
Mesa Ave.
FOR SALE: 1 gas range, 1 gas water
heater, 1 Iron bed. Phone 1279.
i oo Late
No Ad. Less Than 25c,
FOR SALE Rooming house, 25 out -
! side rooms, good furniture. Address
I A. 5477, care Herald. j
. .,
DEAD CATTLE, HORSES AND MULES
taken away free except Sundays.
Phones: Bell 74, Auto. 1383.
2 BEAUTIFUL EAST R003IS for rent
reasonable to good people.
- "-"-
MUST SELL, NEW SUMMER HOME
5 rooms and bath, 2 screen porches,
front porch, retaining wall, back yard
all enclosed in with rock wall; nice
gas range; place for cow, horse and
buggy and chickens; never been occu
pied; small payment and balance on
easy terms. Would lease to good ten
ant. Phone 2S29. Call 1315 N. El Paso.
ROOMS AND BOARD Sleeping porch,
also housekeeping rooms; convales
cents no objection. Phone 2217.
J WANTED A cook for small family at
313 Wyoming.
NICE CLEAN GROCERY STOCK and
fixtures for sale by owners, leaving
town. Apply 819 Boulevard.
FOR SALE New $500 Kimball piano
used but a few months. Price $265 for
quick sale. Party going east. Call at
3322 Frutas St., East El Paso.
WANTED Dishwasher at once. Apply?
221 N. Stanton.
INCOME PROPERTY. INCOME
PROPERTY.
Have 91xSl on corner, all built up,
bringing now 10 percent on $9000, and
in the part of the city that always
rents well and close in. If taken this
week will sell at $5500. Is this good
investment?
Pence Bros., 217 Texas St.
UNIONS EEFTJSE,
TO END STEIZE
(Continued From Page One.)
tration composed of president Kruger
of the company and president Gris
coll of the carmen's union, with a
third to be appointed by these two in
case of agreement.
New Proposition Better.
This proposition differed from the
VirM-c ?t f Vint- nnl? nho of t vT.1rtl
otners in xnat unci; jods are proviacu j
ior xnem. tne sinners were to receive
$2 instead of $1.50 a day and that the
173 men are to b handled by an arbi
tration board instead of as provided
by the act of 1893.
The, proposition was first submitted
last night to the committee of ten hav
ing charge of the general strike by
-v- vi.i..v-w j wucc nv.n iiau
been in consultation with -senator Pen-
rose Saturday and Sunday. This sub
committee is said to have advocated
the endorsement of the proposition
but other members of the general
strike committee dissented and the
question was submitted to the execu
tive committee of the carmen.
W. D. Mahon, the national president
of the carmen's union, who has as
sisted in drawing up the proposed
settlement. advxca.ted Us acceptance
"but was outvoted by the local men.
Riots in Cleveland.
Cleveland, O., March 21. One man
was shot, several others injured and
considerable property damage done in
fight Sunday between several hun
dred striking garment workers and
their sympathizers and a party ot
strike breakers.
The trouble started in a fist fight be
tween two of the strikers and a couplo
of the men who have taken their places.
In a few minutes a mob of 500 men
had gathered, consisting chiefly of the
strikers and their friends. The strike
breakers, who were greatly in the mi
nority, were being roughly handled
Trhen a squad of private detectives
hired to protect themm. charged the
mob with drawn revolvers. In the free
hired to protect them, 'clarged the
strikers was shot through "fhe leg.
LEATHERWORKEBiS
OUT ON STRIKE
Generaltiike Called for To
day In Some Places
Obeyed hv All. -
Kansas City, Mo., March 21. The
union leather workers in all parts of
the country with the exception of the
east, went on a strike today because
their emploj-ers refused to grant an
Cife"c "UU1 ua illu a ao Percent in
crease in wages.
VERY FEW STRIKKlts:
ON THE PACIFIC COAST
San Francisco, Cal., March 21. Ad-
v,ces trom -facilic coast -cities show that
tne eatner woricers striKe movement
"was not general, only a few men fail-
ing to report for work.
WAGES INCREASED AND
HOURS ARE REDUCED
Fort Worth, Texas, March 21. All
leather workers in every shop returned
to work here today as all emploj-ers
agreed to the demands of the men and
six firms signed contracts.
The men will receive a wage increase
and an eight hour instead of a ten hour
work day.
EIGHTY MEN STRIKE
IN HOUSTON SHOPS
Houston, Texas, March 21. Eighty
leather workers of this city struck to
day, responding to a call of the national
President of the union. The men Se
mand an eight hour day and a 15 Der-
cent increase on piece work the same
as elsewhere. Wholesalers and manu
facturers declare they will not grant
the demands.
OVER A HUNDRED
OUT AT SAN ANTONIO
San Antonio, Texas, March 21 A
hundred and ten men quit work at the
,. Frank saddlery shop today, striking
on the refusal to grant a shorter work
ing day and higher wage scale. This
is the only house affected here.
LEATHERWORKERS STRIKE
FOR SHORTER HOURS
Waco, Tex., March 21. Fifty leather
workers employed by the Tom Padirin
company, went on a strike here this i
morning wnen tne company refused to
accedo to the men's demands.
Tho leather workers ask for an eight
hour work day at the same pay and a
15 percent increase for piece work.
They formerly worked 10 hours.
RAIN PUTS WATER Itf
TANKS AT VAN HORN
, Van T?rn. Tex., March 21. Van Horn
w,as visited by a. grood rain. Saturday and
some water was nut in the tanks. Indi
cations are good fcr more rain.
to wjassirv
1 A 000 AUTOMATIC PIANO at great
sacrifice. lOlo Is. Stanton.
. FOR SALE Brass bed, mahogany
j bookcase and bedroom suit. 1015 N.
Stanton.
"WANTED Rpliahlp ffnmmisstinn mart
I or Mmpanj. to seii doors, sash and
miiiworiv on commission
In El. Paso
territory from Chicago; also direct
coast factory shipments. Address the
Foster-Munger Co., Chicago, Ills.
LOST Graj- puffs. Return to Esther
Allen, 211 St. Louis St. RewaVd.
NEWLY furnished rooms in private
family. 800 N. Ochoa. Bell phone
2194.
FOR RENT Furnished modern 3 room
flat with sleeping porch $20 month.
2312 Wyoming St, opposite S. W. shops.
Hatton Realty Co., both phones.
FOR RENT 3 room well furnished
flat with private bath and water, $23,
also furnished rooms reasonable. 407
E. Franklin.
MASONIC NOTICES.
EL PASO LODGE NO. 130, A. F. &. A. M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
iMIlir E. W. S. Neff, Secy. -SXW
J. L- Masonr, W. M.
Masonic Relief Board 3rd floor. Ma
sonic Temple. Office hotlrs: 10 a. m.
to 12 m. H E. Gillett. Secy.
A. & A. S. RITE OF FREE MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month In Masonic Temple.
W. H. McCulloagh, Secy.
SELECT DANCIJfG ASSEMBLIES,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL.
j WED. AND SAT. NIGHTS.
CAN COURT CHANG-E
THE WATER RATES?
(Continued From Page One.)
the Intervenors, Capt. Brack, represent
ing receiver Wyatt of the water com
pany, placed on the stand as his first
witness, superlnteadent W. E. Anderson,
! of tKe water company. He was also the
j first witness for the city on Friday,
when he was on the witness stand for
. ? .
sjx hours.
Mr. Anderson, In answer to a ques
tion as to the water rates charged after
receiverWyatt was. placed in charge of
the company, stated the company's in
spectors were ordered "to report the
highest possible number of minimums,
for we realized that if more than the
true number was reported, the mistake
could be corrected in the water com
pany's office, r.nd that any mistakes
were corrected If attention was Called."
Mr. Anderson also stated that h hii
made inquiries as to the minimum rates
in umer cities, out the Introduction of
anj- testimony was objected to by the
Intervenors attorneys on the e-mnnri
that it had no connection with the case
and that the conditions existing in
other cities, in reference to the mini
mum rates, are not the same as in El
Paso.
Beiir on Stand.
Louis EBehr, city assessor and col
lector, who was formerly associated as
superintendent with, the Watts water
plant before its absorption by the In
ternational Water company, was the
first witness on the stand this morning
for the Intervenors. He told of the rates
first charered for watpi- hv 1 tv-oW..
charged for water bv thV TsrWttl I
plant as 75 cents per 1000 Vallons hiit- '
which was reduced to 0 cents ner 100ft I
gallons. This, he Stated f iltll
p ianrwi nnrion thn ? x .. . -.. i
- - .. " -, -
0wv ww. mc uiuiuauve ui J.aybt TO
a minimum charge of 90 cents a month.
.tne cnange to a minimum rate was
not general, however, Mr. Behr admit
ted this -morning, stating that sueh a
strong protest was made by A! Krakauer
and others that they were allowed to
supply their tenants with water on me
ter rates.
Minimum Rate Charge.
"Then you "admit that unless a kick
was registered you charged consumers
on the basis of minimum rates," was
asked bj- attorney Burges representing
the water company.
"I'm sorry to say we did," was the
reply.
"How sorry are you?" was thfr rejoin
der: Attorney Burges asked relative to the
rates charged consumers in 1896 and
told of the charge of $3.50 which he paid.
He also asked relative to the water fam
ine In 1892.
The intervenors' attorneys introduced
as testimony, paragraph C, section 5, of
the contract entered into on September
4, 1906, between the city of El Paso and,
the El Paso water company at that time
in charge of the Watts plant. The para
graph deals with the water rates to be
charged.
The attorneys for the water company
and receiver Wyafct ohjected to the in
troduction of the section of contract on
the ground that It had no connection
with the International Water company,
and that it had been antedated.
Witness Not Needed.
J. J. Stewart, an alderman In 1S95 and
1896, was next placed on the- witness
stand but was not allowed to give the
testimony intended relative to the con
tract entered into between the El Paso
Water company and the city. Governor
Sayers held that the contract was the
best evidence.
Dr. T. A. Bray, an Inspector in the
bureau of animal industry under the j
department of agriculture of the United
States, was the next witness for the in
tervenors and he testified that former
ly a senm formed over the reservoir at
the Watts water plant and that the wa
ter from the reservoir was pumped to
the mesa reservoir.
.The scum noticeable on the water at
the Watts reservoir was due. Dr. Bray
stated, to the sources of contamination,
among which he named the smelter
plant.
Dr. Bray also testified that he and
Mrs. Bray owaed two tenement houses
and that since receiver Wyatt has been
in charge of the water company, the
rates have been increased.
The Meter 3IInImum Rates.
Manuel Escajeda, who owns a tene
ment house at 1003 South Stanton street,
was next called and he testified thajt his
bill for water during January was $7.20,
based on minimum charges. Previously
he stated, the monthly bills had not ex
ceeded $3.50 per month, which had been
charged according to the meter readings.
Mr. Escsjeda also staged he owned other
property and that the water rates were
Increased during January.
Tenement House' Owners.
J. A. Escajeda, J. E. Neasom and I.
M. Goodman were on tho witness stand
Saturday for the intervenors. They
testified "that since receiver Wyatt has
been in charge of the water company
that the rates have ben Increased. All
own tenement houses in the Mexican
district
ANDERSON'S TESTIMONY DIFFERS
TO THAT OF THATCHER
Health Officer Anderson Testifies Bnc-
terloIojrlBt Has Told Him Water
Is Worse With Settlings Plant.
Br. W. H. Anderson, city physician,
was placed on the witness stand this
afternoon at the instance of governor
Sayers, master in the special Inquiry
Into the water situation, as a result of
information having been carried to gov
ernor Sayers that the statements of Dr.
Thatcher, city chemist, relative to the
Watts water are at variance.
When on the witness stand Saturday,
Dr. Thatcher stated that "as far as
health is concerned, the Watts water Is
as pure a3 mesr. water."
Dr. Anderson stated this afternoon
that Dr. Thatcher has told him that
the water from the Watts plant, even
since the instalation the treating
plant, "Is worse than ever."
Dr. Anderson stated he expected to
take the matter up with mayor Sweeney
upon his return from Washington. He
was also forced to admit that since the
Instalation of the treating system, he
had not investigated or had an analy
sis made of the water, depending, he
stated, upon tho report of Dr. Thatcher.
An effort Is to be made. It was stated
thii afternoon, to have an analysis made
of water from the Watts plant.
H MUSIC
FDR GAL1SHEB
'BPEJ1
Perfume of Peach. Blossoms
Adds to the Attractive'
Big Store.
An Elysian grove with .golden ca
naries singing- Ntheir silvery songs,
creamy apples and pink peach blossoms
In" every corner, and Easter lillies and
rabbits hand painted on the twinkling
onirrors, Is the transformation which has
taken place In the big Callsher depart
ment store. When the arly morning"
shoppers entered the store this morning
they -were greeted with a burst of song
and with the fragrance of the fruit blos
soms which had converted the big de
partment store Into a bower of spring
time loveliness.
'Today the Easter opening at Callsh
er's and tho women of El Paso are the
guests. A wagonload of peach and apple
blossoms from the fruitlands of the
lower valley have been scattered through
the different departments on the main
floor and 100. canary birds, housed in
their native Mexican cages, are hidden
away among the blossoms and are
singing their sweetest for the Easter
opening. The Calisher force of clerks
are acting as the reception and enter
tainment committee for the big store and
have been busy showing their guests
from jilace to place.
Beautiful millinery creations, display
ed on graceful pedestals with fluffy
bows of ribbon tied to them, ready to
' ""'ear bonnets from the big makers and
street hats In profusion are on display
for the admiration of the crowds that
have been streaming through the en
trances to the Calisher building all day.
Tailored garments, party gowns and
ready to wear suits are also artstically
displayed in the suit department. The
"Chanticleer hat" which has attracted so
much attention in the eastern cities, has
had a circle of admiring women about
it all day, anxious to see the much dis
cussed creation. In contract to the
swagger hats of the spring season one;
modest little bonnet of black straw ana
a single plume is on display in the cen4
ter show window. It Is of the style of
? . ana J!as rn Dy. .y.oun slTl OL
"u tnen' c measures eiaz menes across
and is comPletell' overshadowed by one
? "e. 1910 creations 38 inches across
-v
t no rTim
The Easter opening wil continue at
the Calisher store during the remainder
of the week and the birds will sing and
the blossoms perfume the air during the
holy week.
Awaits Beturn of Beveridge.
- Cameron Banquets
Hitchcock.
Washington, D. C, March 21. In the
senate the statehood bill was reached
on the calendar, but owing to the fact
that senator Beveridge is recuperating
at Atlantic City from the arduous duties
of preparing the statehood bill, Kean,
of New Jersey, a member of the senate
committee on territories, requested that
the bill go over for a day or two, till
his return.
Delegate Ralph Cameron, J. Lorenzo
and'Hubbell gave a banquet .last night
at a leading hotel with pastmaster gen
eral Hitchcock as the guest &f honor.
SIATEHOOB SILL
!S LAID OVER
SAN ELIZARI0 MAN GIVEN Women at Luncheon in Assedation
TRIAL ON CONTEMPT CHARGE Rooms Get a Coat of
William Carrol, charged with violating White,
an injunction issued bj- judge Walthall, j Aipricots with plastering, and pies cov
is on trial in the 41st district court to- f ered with lime were two of the dessert
dav on a charge of contempt of court. J dishes the Y. TV. C. A. did not serve at
Carrol, who lives at San Elizario, it is t the business women's luncheon today,
alleged, declined to permit water to flow I Just as the serving trays and tables
through a ditch on 'his land and he was , were filled for the noon hour rus-h and
instructed to remove the obstruction on ; the earlr comers were being served, there
an order from the court, but it. is i was a. -rrrroincr sound lrk a dres skirt
j charged that he refused to recognize the
"""'
. . . .;. .
MAYOR EXPECTED TO
BE HOME TUESDAY
Mayor Robinson stated this
: morning that he did not know
just when mayor Sweeney would
I return to El Paso, but he had
received a letter from him stat-
ing that he would be here Marchv
BARBER TO RC.V AUTO'
FIRE ENGINE FOR CITY
Lionel M. Barber has been appointed
by acting mayor Robinson andthe city
council as chauffeur for th-"hew auto
mobile fire engine on probation.
H0VAL SMITH HERE.
Hoval Smith, Republican national
committeeman for Arizona, as here today
on his way home from a business trip
to the east. Mr. Smith, who is one of
the leading mining men o.f the territory
when he is not leading the Republican
hosts, sxys there is nothing like politics
in this family just now; that his trip to
the east was business, pure business.
He iwill leave t'his evening for Deming-
TODAY'S MMETS
MONEY AND METALS.
New York Quotations.
(By Associated Press..)
New York, March 21. Money on call
2f&3 percent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4&5 per-cent-
CIosiBsr Quotations Today.
Bar sliver, 52.
Desilverized lead, $4.45 4.55.
Copper, standard spot, $12.87
13.12.
Mexican dollars, 44c.
Spelter (St Louis quotation) $5.45.
Current Smelter Qaotatleas.
(El Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 52
Copper wire bars (cts. per lb 13i
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb) 13 hs
Lead (London sales price) 13, si, d3
I T r s VrtTW 'WkY- A1An ... em 9 t ZA
" w c ti - -
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
(New York.)
Bar -silver- ... 50.79
Copper I3.U
- J J, W A.A1f9.
NEW YOBK LISTED
STOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald frees
H. H. Brw Co- Globe. Ariz-1
Amalgamated 79
Amer. Smelters 364
Anaconda 52
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 7S
ChL, Mil. & St Paul 143
Colo. Fuel & Iron 40&
Erie By (. 20
M., K. & T 42,
Mo. Pac .".i . 70
Beading 168 "
Rock Island 43
Southern Railway 29
Southern Pac 12S
Texas Pac S
Union Pac .....A.... ....187
U. S. Steel, com . ........ 86
Wabash 11
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald frea
H. H. Bru Co., Globs, Arbc
Arir. Commercial ............... 34
Bost. Corb ... 17J
Boston Con 191
Calumet & Ariz 73
Copper Range .. 76r"4
Daly West , J3i
East Butte- . '. 10H:
Giroux 344l
Greene Cananea. 10
Helvetia ........................ 5i'
Miami ........................... 23.
Nevada Con ......;.... II 34
NIpissing 104!
North Butte 414
Old Dominion 42
Shannon 14
Sup. & Boston .' 15
Sup. &. Pittsburg f. 14
Trinity 8i
U. S. Smelters, com.............. 46?i
Utah Con 32
Utah Copper ...- 4g&
TJNLISTEDSTOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald fro
H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Ariz. -
Ariz.-MIoh., pt. pd 40c
.Butte Balaklava 10
Butte & London
20c
4?4
1
13
--.- 11.
Zh
Qilf
Cactus
CaL & Montana..-.
Chlno Cop. Co..f.
Chemung C.
Chief Con
Cordova, pt. pd.
Cordova, full pd . 2x
uumoeriana .Ely 7
Davis Daly ; zt
Denn-Ariz : r 2&
Ely Cent .....1 3J16
Gila Copper $
Inspiration Cop six
Live Oak Der 193
Majestic Cop. of Utah 90c
Mason "Valley ........ 2
Nat- Mng. Exp 4QC
New Keystone 4
Ohio Copper ' ., 45
Pinto Copper isc
Raven ........... 45c
Ray Central $
Ray Consolidated 22
San Antonio, pt. pd 11
Shattuck 25
.Superior & Globe, pt. pd I 99c
Tonopah 7
Grain and. Provisions.
Chlcage Grata. Close
Wheat
Hay .$1.1254
July 1.07 1.S744
Corn
lay 61613
July 63
Oats
ilay ". ..... 4S
July - 41
Chicago rrbvsloas. Clese.
Pork '
May $25-75
July -,...-. 25.60
ILard
May $13.9
July 13.721
Ribs
Hay . $13.60
July 11.30
COTTON.
GalvestoE Spot Cattee
Galveston, Tex., March 2r. Spot cot
ton quiet and unchanged; middlings,
14Tsc; today's sales, none; to arrive,
none.
PLASTER IN Y. W. C. A.
FALLS ON MEMBERS
that had been rudely stepped upon, a
j urasu anu uunu tsioui; wiue piuatef iixfiu
( the ceiling. A cross section of the ceil-
t inff on the serving room of the Y. W- C.
; A. suite selected a most inopportune time
to, secede.
2iTrs. Ralph Gihon. Mrs. Marian, Miss
Provost and Miss Helen Stafford were
standing directlv under the seceded sec
tion and an immediate shampoo was in
order, as t!heir hair was filled with the
j powdered lime from the plastering.
POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS ARE
NOT BEST, FORUM DECIDES
At the Y. M. C A. -f.rrirm moAf.rnor
Saturday night the (postal savings bank
proposition came up ior argument. H.
W. Brawder talked for it and Edgar
Kayser argued against it. with the re
sub that Mr. Kayser received the de
cision of five judges. Perhaps he won
the argument because he is a banker
himself and ought to know.
MARY ELIZABETH MILLS.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Mills, 62 years
of age, died Sunday morning at t'he"resi
dence of her daughter, Mrs. C. O. Horner,
1137 Nevada street. Mrs. Mills was
widow of Theodore B. Mills- Funeral
services were held todavat the chapel
of Xagley & Jvaster and later at the
Ohuroh of the Immaculate Conception.
Interment was private.
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