Friday, July 15, 1910.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT
miwi i i hihhwi ii i T'lrinii i "i't T"ffJ,-"OT7P-
j To Grab These Bargains 1
Because tliey consist of the most seasonable goods
mcked from the most select stock of clothing and fur
nishings in El Paso. There is not an item in the en
tire list that is not worth more than the jjriee asked
and shrewd buyers will be quick to take advantage
of these offers. Gome and see the. values and you
will appreciate them as the best ever given in El
English Cravanetted Mohair suits, actual value $18
to $20, specially priced 51 1 7 hi
at ...-........-...-.....- tT
All other summer suits at 10 percent above the cost
price to manufacture, which is the lowest figure high
grade suits were ever sold for. -
50 doz. Negligee Shirts, plain and pleated effects,
coat style, cuffs attached, .
were $1.25, now
B. Y. D. and Poms knit underwear
Genuine Scrim Drawers,
Finest lisle half hose, 35c
fcjpttiCH J-V7X DWiliUAXU 11
Cut piices on all Hats, trunks, bags and suit cases.
i Union Clothing Co., Inc I
I "Best By Test" 1
IA. 3IESA PEOPLE BXJOY
DAXCE AT MVESAY H03D3.
Large Xuislier Yrescnt Fanner'
Union Holds Meeting? Camping
Parties to Mountains.
La Mesa, N. M., July 15. Tie young
people 'gave a dance at the LAvesay
home. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. White. Mr. and Mrs. B- C.
Reeder, Miss Sarah and Grace Hylknd,
Anita Mead, Hilda and Hazel Creamer,
Katie Jones, Millie De Shure, Mary
Livesay, 3Iadge Tovrosend and Myrtle
Cottenham, of El Paso; Alfred and
Hart Greenwood. W. C. Mead, "Will
Mundy. Wayne Hyland, Earl and Fae
Stamper, R. R. "Wakefteld, and Remick.
Mrs. Mead has gone to Kansas for
a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Lee
Mrs. Richardson, of Philadelphia, is
visiting Mrs. H. R. Hannum.
Miss Katie Herrou. with her aunt,
Mrs. John McCIure, of Las Cruces, is
spending several weeks at Van Pat
Will Mundy's mother and cousin
S Q lOHiMMFOLMffilBilS
"Kiere sre certain mineral medicines whiclt will temporarily remove the
external symptoms of Contagious Blood Poison, and shut the disease up
in the system for awhile, but when the treatment is left oft the trouble al
ways returns in worse form. But that is not all ; the delicate membranes
&nd tissues of the stomach and bowels are nsullay injured by these strong
minerals, and frequently stomach trouble, chronic dyspepsia, and mercu
rial rheumatism are added to the destructive blood poison. S. S. S. is the
only remedy that can be vised with perfect safety in the treatment of Con
tagious Blood Poison, and with the assurance that a lasting cure will
result. This medicine, made entirely of non-injurious roots, herbs and
barks of recognized curative and tonic value, removes every particle of the
Tims from the circulation, and by enriching and strengthening the blood
removes every symptom permanently. S. S. S. does not hide or cover up
the disease in any way, but cures it by removing it from the system.
Home Treatment Boolr, and any medical advice free to all who write.
TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA,
YOU WATCH OUR WINDOWS
10 8)3. Pure Lord
5 5bs. Pure Laxd
3 lbs. Pure Lard
1 dozen Pint Jar3
1 dozen Quart Jars
1 dozen 1-2 Gal Jars $ "J
We deliver to East El Paso
To Highland Park
2C8-210-212 St. Louis St
E 1 1 iH
The Cash Score
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I CUT RATE HARDWARE I
I 300 S. El Paso St.
I Guns, Ammunition, "Wagtm Covers. Bull3frs' Hardware, Tools, al' K
P kinds. Saddles, Harness, Cutlery. Tents OJI Paint. Etc. fi
quality v & f Af
iMiss Madge Townson, of El Paso, are
visiting with him.
Miss Myrtle Cottenham, of El Paso,
, is visiting Miss Katie Jones.
R E. Bowdeu, of Anthony, attended
the meeting of rhe Farmers union.
Ed Herron has returned from a busi
ness trip to Seldon. N. M.
Miss Hilda Creamer will entertain
the Junior Guild informally Friday
Mrs. Rigney, of Alabama, has rented
a house and will spend the summer in
Mr. and Mrs. Rickard, Mrs. Abba
Linn, Mrs. B. J. Viljoen, Miss Anita
Mead and Ray Jones leave Monday for
a month's outing in the Black moun
tains. WHY SHOULD HE SHOOT.
From Western (Lordsburg, N. M.) Lib
eral. An El Paso policeman had a dispute
with a private citizen over a dog fight.
The policeman did not shoot the pri
vate citizen. The police commissioners
suspended the policeman for 30 days.
3 cans Banquet Corn
Pure Comb Honey,
Barranton Hall Steel Cut
Coffee, per lb
Blue Ribbon Coffee,
Iced Teas, per lb., 35c, 50c f9 F81
C0c and : 0 D E
2 pkgs. E-aporated Apples ag
on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Bell Phones 367 and 348. Auto 1901
MONEY ANP METALS.
Xew YorK Quotations.
(By 'Associated Press.")
Xew oYrk, Julv 15. Money on call
Prime mercantile paper, 5$6 per
cent. Closing Uuottitlons Today.
Bar silver, 54 &.
Desilverized lead. $4.45 4.55.
Copper, standard spot, $11.70 12.05;
Sept., $11.S5 11.95.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.02
Mexican dollars, 44.
Current Smelter Quotations.
Ei Paso Smalter.)
Bar silver V- 54
Copper (wire bars 12 &
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12fe
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sll, d3
Lead (New York saies prices) $4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.) f
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 54.73
NEW YORK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald frort
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Amer. Smelters .- 68 4
Colo. Fuel & Iron 34
Erie Ry 25
M.. K. & T 33
Mo. Pac .... 58 -A
Rock Island 32
Union Pac 167;f
Southern Pac 111f
U. S. Steel, com '0?
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Ariz. Commercial y 13
Bost. Corb I
Calumet & Ariz 4B"
Copper Range gl
Greene Cananea f
Nevada Con ig
North Butte --
Sup. & Boston R
Sup. & Pittsburg ?
U. S. Smelters, com
Utah Con 20
Utah Copper 41
(By Special Wire to The Eerald from
H. H. Bru Co.. GloDe, Ariz.j
Ariz.-Miclu, pt pd - 30c
Cactus 2 l?1 6
Cal. & Montana 0c
Chino Cop. Co 103s
Copper Chief x
Chief Con 1
Cordova, pt pd o0c
Cordova, full pd 1
Inspiration Cop 6Ts
Live Oak Dev 1
Mason Valley '
Nat. Mng. Exp lc
New Keystone 3
Ohio Copper - 12
Pinto Copper 1 ljc,
Ray Central I 2-8
Ray Consolidated i6
San Antonio. tPt Pi 6.
Shattuck 21 U
Superior & Globe, pt pd 0c
New York Curb. Close.
(Special from Irving . Jarrlngton &
Co., New York.)
Chino .v !0?i
Consolidated Arizona 1
Ely Central 1 3-16
Ely Consolidated 20c
Greene Cananea "
Ohio 1 9-16
Ray Central 2U
Ray Consolidated IK2'-
Grain and Provisions.
Chicaero Grain. Close.
Sept $1-07 (g1.07
Dec 1.11 1.11
Sept .T:.. 60
Sept ... 39&39v
Cliicagro Provisions. Close.
Oct 11.62 ll.6o
Oct 11.07 11.10
New York, N. Y., July 15. Almost
from the first call this mourning July
cotton held above 16 cents, which was
the highest price reached yesterday.
The tone was steady with apparently
little pressure. New crop months are
not quite so active, although the un
dertone continues steady. The senti
ment here is growing stronger in fa
vor of the bull side, owing to the be
lief in the small crop estimates on the
season's j-leld. There were no new
developments to affect old crop posi
tions, except the reductions in stock
and the actual movement in the mar
ket waiting for the next demonstra
tion by the party controlling the bull
interest here. A continued buying by
the clique and the acceptance of all
July tenders are, as in past, necessiry
to hold the market, as there is little
or no trade support. So far lltt1 cot
ton is moving to Nw Yorw and there
Company owns a iarge deposit of monzonite (Porphyry) copper at
Bent (Otero Co.). :New Mexico, 12 miles from Tuiarosa station, and & com
bJuf 1st nSt concentrating: mill, which will be in operation
Issued capitalization 550,000 $5.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
F. P. Kern, Presjdent Southern Tron & Equipment Company. Atlanta, Ga,
Consulting: Engineer, H. Vincent Wallace, Wallace & Summerhayes. 519-20
Trust Bldff., EI Paso. J
Stock listed on New York Curb. Fox quotations see Financial Column
We recommend the above enterprise as an investment of unquestioned
Oar 16 v&ge book, entitled "THE COPPER. ! IDUIilP t imnniMrei3 ? nn
SCRAP BOOK." on KQuest. Alio Weekly intffrJU IK. FmRRiNGTOK 61 GO.,
Wain Market Lettcrx, . JEabUshed 1SW0. 37-43 Wall QX., New Xack City,
is still much guessing about the size j
of the July shorts s interests a.nd Ue j
There is every' indication today that
the long talked of squeeze in July cot- j
ton is now on. The market snowed
increased excitement today and prices J
showed a sensational advance, July
selling at ?1G.43, or 50 points above
last night's closing, and fully ?5 a
bale above the price ruling before the
covering movement began Wednesday.
No one seemed to have any for sale
except the bull leaders. At the high
price this morning July is nearly $15
a bale above the low level touched
on the big break of last January. .
New Orleans. La., July 15. The first
trades here today in cotton were frac
tionally higher in old crop months and
about unchanged in new. The tone
was steady but quiet. Crop views have
undergone a change, but it appears
that speculators and the trade will not
become active on the buying side, but
will watch the weather keenly. Should
there be a change for the better in the
near future It is expected a large pro
tective demand will come on futures.
Liverpool, Eng., July 15. Only a
small business Is reported from the
i spot division of the cotton market here
today. Sales for the day are estimated
at 3000 bales, with prices unchanged at
7.94d for American middlings, or ?15.S0
in American values. Futures opened
easier from two to four points lowr
and ruled steady.
Galventon Spot Cotton.
Galveston, Tex., July 15. Spot cot
ton: Middlings. MV, nnc.hnmr
steady; today's sales, 465 bales; to ar-
ivnnsaftt City LU-rs:ooJc. Cloae
Kansas City, Mo.. July 15. Cattle
Receipts 2000, Including 1000 south
erns; strong. Native steers, $5.00
8.2o; southern steers. ?3.S0G.00; south
ern cows, $2.604.50; native cows and
heifers, $2.50 7.00; stockers and feed
ers, $3.255.75; bulls, $3.254.50;
calves. $4.00S.20; western steers,
$4.757.25; western cows, $3.005.25.
Hogs Recolpts 6000; light weak;
heavy strong; bulk, $S.40S.75; heavy,
$8.30S.45; packers and butchers IS.40
8.65; light, ?S.C0S.S0; pigs, $S.25
Sheep Receipts 20Q0; stead v. Mut
tons. $3.504.50; lambs, ?6.007.00; fed
wethers and yearlings, $3.75 4.75; fed
western ewes. $3.50 Q 4.00.
Clilcajro LIvesxocK. Close.
Chicago, 111., July 15. Cattle Re
ceipts 2000. strong. Beeves, $5.30 S
o.60; Texas steers, $2.75 C.S5; western
steers. $4.15 6.60; stockers and feed
ers, $3.605.75; cows and heifers, $5.00
.00; calves, $6.75S.50.
Hogs Receipts 12.000; steady to 5c
higher. Light, $8.75 9.10; mixed. $8.60
9.10; heavy, $S.25S.90; rough. $S.25
8.45; good to choice heavy, $S.4n?
8.90; pigs. $S.609.10; bulk, $8.55
Sheep Receipts 6000; steadv. Native,
$2.554.35; western. $2.504.30; vear
lings. $4.405.15; lambs, native, $4.50
7.00 western, $4.50 7.00.
Port AVorth Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth Tex.. .Tnlv is PctMo
Receipts 2250; hogs 725. Steers steadv.
?.35; cows strong, $4.00; calves steady.
Hogs Higher. $S.S5.
Washington, D. C. July 15. Drouth
in the northwest is seriously affecting
the cattle men, threatening "them with
great losses and possibly with financial
ruin. The lack of rain and a scourge
of grasshoppers have goaded a num
ber of sheep growers of Montana to
make an ursrent teltrmnhio iinnosi m
the forest service that the Beartooth (
mo. Ausarona national lorest reserva
tions be thrown open to the flocks.
Associate forester Potter todav tele
graphed the district forester at Mis
soula Instructing him to offer all re
lief possible without injury to the
Charhoii Kills Texas Catile.
Houston, Tex.. July 15. Charbon. in
southeast Texas and southwest Louis
iana, I3 denudincr that section of live
stock. Livestock insurance companies !
have announced the cancellation of ai!
policies in that section.
Gov. Campbell has been asked to sub
mit the matter to the special session of 1
the legislature, which "will convene on
Tuesday, with a view of creating an !
miectea zone and placing men in
The Texas state livestock sanitary
commission has already quarantined
against the affected district.
St. I.oui' TVco!. Close.
St. Louis, Mo.. July 15. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums. 1S
22; fine mediums. 1617: fine 1214.
London. Eng., July 15. At a sale of
sheep skins held in Mincing Lane here,
there was a good demand for the "offer
ings which were in fair condition and 1
amounted to 6S00 bales. Merinos and !
cross breds declined 4d to d. j
A miscellaneous assortment of 13,019 j
bales was offered at the wool auction .
saies. The demand was active and
prices were steady with good wools
showing a hardening tendency. The
continent took the bulk of the merinos
while most of the cross breGs were
secured by home trade. Victorian
greasy sold at Is, 4d.
THE HERALD WILL CALL
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Doctors and professional or
business men who want to go to
the ball games and expect calls
while they are away from their
offices, can leave word with
their clerks or associates to 00m
municate with The Herald if it
is necessary for them to leave
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at once call them over its pri
vate phone line, which oper
ates between the editorial rooms
and the grandstand
Mutt and Jeff are with xis; second ap
pearance tclav on Tinort natre. Everv
t day in The Herald lereafter.
Afeout 93 Miles trom El
Paso on Use El Paso &
i Northeastern R. R.
Your orders for the articles for the Sunday dinner should go to the market
where the quality is known to be the best, where you can get just what you
want and in perfect condition. Tomorrow our store wilt be filled with the
freshest and best of everything in fruits, vegetables, meats and groceries.
Presh Green Peas.
Snow Ball Cauliflow
er. Green Spuds Calif,
Bell Pepper (large).
Mint and Parsley
THE IRD05IE SH(TV.
The performance at the Airdome con
tinues to attract large audiences each
nght and the applause shows that the
performance is pleasing, '.them. The
present bill is full of specialties and the
humor of the plot itself keeps the audi
erce laughing. Many new costumes are
worn by the chorus. Tonight and to
morrow nigh are the last performances
of the present.bill.
MUTUAL. IXSUK.VCE MAX
IS DUE HERE SATURDAY
K. J. Archinard, who was to have ar
- -. .:-- to consult with lo
.cal men interested in fire insurance
.....aolishment of a local
:ric-iv. liters company, has been ill at
his home in Houston and unable to
make the trip. In a letter to I. A. Shedd,
Mr. Archinnrd stated that he would
probably reach El Paso Saturday and
would then take up the organization of
the company to insurance of Ei Paso
The Finest Mineral Waters
Just 24 hours from El Paso.
ideal place for your vacation.
For information, address Manager
OJO CAL1EXTE HOT SPRINGS,
EMBOSSED LETTER HEADS
Per M, $6
Electric Power Embossers.
I Paso Pasteur lEisiiluie
For Preventive TreatmenJ
325 SAX ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Rea., 3137
Also the Packard
Price of standard
Licensed under Selden Patent
Texas Motor Car Company
922-924 Saa Pedro Ave., Saa Antonio, Texas
Phone 2576 Juilr
j-ii-u-,cti ' E-baEsss
OOf THE MAN y3f
Iwho owns Uy
JLii w 5.
We suggest that you try
Some of our delicious
spring lamb for the" Sun
day dinner. It is the kind
you have been trying to
get at other markets for
3ou should 'send the order
here, because tomorrow
we will have dressed
springs, hens and turkeys.
They are the fat kind,
home dressed, and just the
right size. We'll guaran
tee to please you.
Or if You Want
IftXt&f? gas5JreftraiPref 111 11 111 1 1 rtYiYiiK,saja;K 5f3
Railroads, Steamship Lines, Hotels, Etc, throughout the worid honor
and accept the "A. B. A." TRAVELERS' CHEQUES. Very easy
o negotiate, because Self-identifying. Not available to finder or
thief, in case of loss or theft. Convenient denominations.
Take them on your trip.
Ad ! $S
C. R- MOREHEAD, President
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C- If. BASSETT, Vice Pres. 1
T. T C1TT rXTDTCT A .. r.1. S
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AMD DIRECTORS:
S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andrea E- Kohlberj B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams J. H. Mar
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
The Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Issues SELF IDENTIFYING TRAVELERS' CHECKS and LETTERS
CREDIT available in any part of the world. 4
Before leaving on your European trip consult us and avoid trouble
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S. T. Turner, Vice-President. TV. E. Arnold. Cashier.
II E ChnstK Secretary. F. 31. Mtirehison. sst. Cashier.
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Large Eed Pums.
Apples (Wme Sap).
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