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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, July 19, 1910. 9 s. Too Late To Classify. A LETTER FOK YOU. f Replies sent In care ot The Herald office were awaiting the following ad vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not later than one week alter being bulle tined: B. 2142 W. 243 CD.- X. 2 E. 168 X. 44 F. H. Y. K. Ranch IC 32 Clock - L. 27 German L. 113 O. N. 3253 P. 135 337 Q. L. T. 276 U. 191 143 U. 220 -. 432 U. 206 291 W. P. X. SEED GLASSES? Ask Segall.. AVHV BUY THAT OLD HOUSE When you can get this new one of 6 rooms and basement with 2 rooms nice 1 finished, large screened porch, south front on Arizona St., 43 feet frontage, lot terraced, stone wall, cement walk, plenty of outbuildings. This beautiful red pressed brick home for only . -iSOO, less than ?10u. cash and balance $5u monthly at S percent. Anderson-iiennctt Realty Co., Rooms 27 and 2S, Bassett & Edwards Building. Bell 4ai, Auto..l7b8. $5500 FOR THIS CORNER. 25x134 feet on Fourth and El Paso street. This is a bargain for someone. We can give you good terms. Anderson-Bennett Realty Co., Rooms 27 and 2b Bassett & Edwards Building. Belf 491; Auto. 176S. MONEY IN THIS HOOMISG HOUSE. With all of the 24 rooms occupied and within less than 2 blocks of post office, best of furniture and carpets, everything neat and clean; best propo-, sition in city today; part cash, balance terms to suit See us quick if you "want this. Anderson-Bennett Realty Co., Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards Bldg". Bell 491. Auto. nta. FOR RENT. A modern 9 room house with sleep ing porches, -near Union depot, o min utes walk from Carnegie square; $50 per month. THREE 4-ROOM COTTAGES, East El Paso, $18 each. Cnssldy & Davidson, 211 St. Louis St. WHEN YOU NEED A DOCTOR Tou call the best When your eyes get weak you should call the best optician. If you need glasses you want them right, at a reasonable cost. Be sure and purchase them where they make them right. Geo. D. Kendall, 208 Mesa Ave. BRAN NEW TENT, never used, $12.50. Weiss, 211 S. Stanton. BROKEN GLASSES Ask .SegalL FOR ItZTVI. 218 W. Franklin, 10 rooms ? 60,00 606 Nevada, 5 room 32.53 1415 Nevada St., 5 rooms 27.50 1116 E. Missouri, 4 rooms 18.0G 513 Newman St., 4 rooms. 15.0. 513 N. Campbell, 4 rooms It-.O. 810 N. El Paso St., 5 rooms.. 25.0V 1411 Nevada St, a rooms 23.01' 411 Wltfbw St., 5 rooms 22t5 710 N. Oregon. 4 rooms (fur.)... 30.08 207 Boulevard, 4 room flat "25.C Hafford & Collier, 417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phcne S15. S03IETHING GREAT. Beautiful 2 story red pressed brick, close in on Upson Ave. The cheapest property on the street except one other and that's a boautiful 5 room cottage in the 600 block, also a south front. If you're in the market for either a home or investment and don't investi gate these you'll never forgive yourself. For prices and terms v see SInthews "& Dyer, 117 N. Stanton. FOR SALE CHEAP Good ice box, gas stove, dressers, table, chairs, beds and other household furniture. 135 Leon St. Phone 101$. EYEGLASS COMFORT Ask Segall. FOR RENT. Two nice 4 room brick houses near S.' W. shops, and. convenient to foun dry, at $12.50 per month. Newman & Son. Phone 914. 304 Mesa Ave. i -i. FOR RENT Cool furnished front rooms, private porch, baths, electric light. Sll N. Oregon. EYE TROUBLE; Apk sega.it. NURSERY GOVERNESS, $30 gold. Call Sheldon hotel between S and 9 Tuesday night, or between 9 and 11 Wednesday morning. G. A. Laird. For Sale Real Estate. START HERB And read the following list of bar gains: VACANT PROPERTY. 3 lots Montana St., Bassett addition, ?400 each. Building site on Arizona St, at ?1150. , N. Kansas St. building site, $1350. 2 lots, Montana St., $4500. RESIDENCES. 6 room east front bungalow, finished in the' most modern manner. The price has been cut from $4750 to $4500 for quick sale. 8 room 2 story red pressed brick home on the best block on Nevada St., rooms all large, floors polished, walls tinted, cement walks, fenced. In fact it's absolutely complete and the price is away below the market. 6 ROOM. RIO GRANDE ST. It faces south and there are 2 lots. The place is complete and the location the very best. Price only $5750. 5 ROOM COTTAGE. $lrQ cash, balance by the month, south front. ACCIDENT INSURANCE, LIVESTOCK INSURANCE, AUTO INSURANCE. W. F. PAYNE, Angelus Hotel Building. Phone 1250. FOR SALE. 56500. Corner California Ave. 87xl20. Terms, and Mesa cash, bal- ance 1. 2 and 3 years. $5000. On Mesa Ai'e., near Boule vard. 5 room brick cottage, 26x120. Terms cash, balance 1 and 2 years. $3650. 5 room brick cottage. 40x104; close in on Arizona St. $3650. 5 room brick cottage, near Houston Square. 40x90 feet. Attractive terms. Two 4 room brick cottages on a cor ner. 78x120. Terms. cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. $3S01. Mundy Ave. 5 room brick. 37xl20. Tiernv FOR RENT. 709 Brown, 5 rooms, S25. 811 E. Overland. S rooms. $35. 1S08 E. Overland, 4 rooms, $19. 613 Mesa Aye.. 7 rooms 2 stories. A splendid location for bearding house. BEKR & WATTS, WE WRITE FrRE INSURANCE, MONEY TO LOAN. 114 Pioneer Plaza, City Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 454. Too Late To Classify. FOR RENT. Completely furnished dining room in connection with Lakota, 614 Mesa Ave. Parties must be responsible. Davixson Realty Co. 214 Texas St., Room 29, or Phone 2261 Bell. . FOR RENT Close in house to reliable party. 311 E. Boulevard. Phone 1673 Auto. GET WISE Buy your farm in the up per valley from men who are bonafide residents, and who will assist the buy ers to every possible advantage. Guium & "Wood, Valley Land -Specialists, Chamberino, N. M. FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall. LET US BOND YOU. Why ask your friends to go on your bond when we furnish bond at a small cost In one of the best companies in the United States, the Title Guaranty and Surety Co. See us. Broaddiin & Lenvell, 216 Texas St. DOUBLED IN VALUE will soon be heard of the farms In the upper valley. Better buy now. We have farms of any size and any kind of terms. Gnmni fc "Wood, I Valley Land Specialists, Chamberino, X. M. OLD 3IEXICO LAND BARGAIN. 75c PER ACRE. 220,000 acre tract timber and good stock range, in state of Durango, near Teplc line; will cut 500,000,000 feet of merchantable lumber, four-fifths pine, balance hardwood. This is mountain range, with broad, fertile table lands and well watered valleys, and a splen did livestock proposition. WE HAVE OTHER BARGAINS In Mexico in tracts from 50G1T acres up. Write us. Newman & Son, Bell Phone 314. 304 Mesa Ave. SHIRT WAISTS LAUNDERED 2 for 25c Bell phone 1350. DINING ROOM open af Lakota, home cooking. Meals 25c. FOR RENT 5 room cottage furnished for 3 months, reasonable; references required. 506 Upson Ave. FOR REN "T Nice frnt room, down 2 Lee. Phone 3757. stairs. 91 FOR RENT 6 room house nicely fur nished, modern; rates very reasonable; parties leaving town. Bell phone -3394. WANTED Position by white woman, firstclass Cook. Phone Bell 2094, or write C. O. D., Herald office. INFORMATION regarding the condi tions, prices, etc, of upper valley farms furnished for the asking. Remember we are on the ground and are at your service. Gumni & Wood. Valley Land Specialists, Chamberino. N. M. $3200 BUYS A MODERN 5 ROOM COT TAGE ON CALIFORNIA ST. It's a bargain. Better see it. We can arrange terms. Lone Star Lund Co., 213 Texas St. WE ARE OFFERING A BIG BARGAIN ON RIO CRUDE ST. It's a modern cottage -of 6 large rooms, 2 porches, back porch screened, cement walks, curb and retaining wall, beautiful lawn, trees and flowers. Price $4500. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. 1400 BUYS -iy FEET ON X. CAMP BELL ST. It's a genuine snap. Get in and buy a bargain before the street is paved. You can't get this then, do it now. Lone Star Land Co.. 213 Texas St. UPPER VALLEY RANCH. 140 acres about 30 miles un the val ley. AH cleared and about 100 acres in J alfalfa. Our price Is $S0 per acre. Mnyiield Realty Co., Over Calisher's Store. Phone 6S4. FOR RENT CHEAP. Beautiful S room house, Mundj' Heights, with large cement basement. Bailey. 306 Mesa, owner. 100 PERCENT. We have some valley farm;, from ?50 to 5100 per acre, that will earn 40 to 60 percent if worked personally or WORKED ON SHARES, requiring no personal "attention, 25 to 40 percent and they are increasing in value 100 percent per amum besides, and will continue to do so for several years. Buy a tract before- they are all gone. Only 140.000 acres all together and tracts for sale getting very scarce. I have them because I farmed in this valley 25 years. Bailey Land Co., 306 Mesa Ave. (Orndorff Hotel.) Both Phones. SIX R003I HOUSE FOR RENT 512 N. Kansas; fine for rooming house. Kettler Realty Co. Phone 52. DRIVING HORSE BARGAIN. Fine looker and gentle enough child to handle. Phone 822. for HONEST DESCRIPTIONS of upper val ley farms, by practical agriculturists. Anything j-ou want to know about up per valley land ask us. Gumm & W'ood, Valley Land Specialists, Chamberino, N. M. FOR SALE Six rooms of furniture cheap; new. Call before 21st. 912 N Stanton. ROOMS $5 up, board, housekeeping suite ?10 per month. 1100 Texas. Bell 750. HOUSEKEEPING R003IS, modern con veniences, close In, screened porch at tached. 918 N. Stanton. FOR RENT- 1115 Myrtle. unfurnished rooms, $11. FOR SALE CHEAP One 5 room yellow pressed brick, north of tracks, 1-block from car line. Bell phone 335. FOR SALE Rooming house, or will sell half interest, part cash, or will trade for real estate. All rooms full 100. care Herald. SMALL CHICKEN RANCH Will pay 100 percent per annum on investment. A heme and "more than a living. 500 chickens, horse and buggy. Incubator, brooder, coops, etc, etc.. all complete. Look into this. Parsons, block C, Mili tary Heights, or box 242. f GOOD STYLISH, gentle family horse with buggy, harness and saddle, worth $10, for $90. Parsons, block C Mili tary Heights. FDR RENT Very desirable 8 room house on Magoffin Ave.; close In. Hor ace B. Stevens, agent. WANTED Competent, experienced ste nographer, will accept temporary posi tion or extra work. X. 19, Herald yAXTJF BUT A PIANO for cash Address P. O. box 975. AROSA COPPER Company owns a large deposit of TUl SSUPiE1000 Xr M?co, 12 miles fron ! TullroVa "SSffig Jg pleting the first umt of its coneentratinc- mill, whirf, ntt-? by JuTv 1st noVt or July 1st next. P pSSSfQ11 550,000-$5.00 shares. Controlling interest held W -V f' ern, President Southern Tron & Equipment Comnanv Atlanfc al K&S VinCCnt Wall-e Wallace Ej& thiBpper eaew York Curb. For quotation, see Financial Column merit. C recommend the above enterprise as an investment of muraestioiwd iS?t'6J'airc book' entitled "THE COPPER' SKS I J Err- ,?UU1 "Quest. Alao Mining Market Letter. Financial and Commercial MONEY ANP METALS. Neiv York: Quotations. (By Associated Press. New York,- July 19. Call money 152 percent. Prime mercantile paper, 5"6 per cent. Closing; Quotations Today. Bar silver, 54. Desilverized lead, $4.40. Copper, standard spot, ?11.5012.00; Sept.. $-11.55 12.00. Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.00 5.0214. Mexican dollars, 44c. Current rjnielter Quota ioi. E1 Paso Smelter.) Bar silver .) 5 4 Si Copper (wire bars) ..12 Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12 Lead (London sales prices). 12, sll, d3 Lead (New York sares prices) $4.40 Weekly Averages. (Douglas Smelter Quotations.) Engineering and Mining Journal. (New York.) Bar silver 5 4.73 "Copper 12.20 NSW YORK LISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)' Amalgamated 5S 3 Amer. Smelters 68 hi Anaconda 36 Colo. Fuel & Iron 31 Erie Ry , 24 -.., tv. oz. x.. ..................... o. t Missouri Pacific 58 "& j Reading ' 141"s Rock Island .-. 31! Southern Pac 113 "h. Union Pac 161 U. S. Steel, com 69Tb BOSTON LISTJED STOCKS (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.) Ariz. Commercial 12 Bost. Corb ,... 11 Calumet : Ariz '47 Copper Range 59 Giroux 6 Greene Cananea - 6 Helvetia 2 I Miami 17 Nevada Con " IS Ne whouse . 1 V Nipissing 10 North Butte 21 ?i Old Dominion 32 Shannon 94 Sup. & Boston". 1 7 Sup. & Pittsburg . 9 U. S. Smelters, com 34 Utah Con 20 Utah Copper 42 j UNLISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H Bru Co.. Glooe, Ariz.) Ariz.-Mich.. pt pd 30cM Butte Balaklava ' 12 Butte & London 5c Cactus .-' 2 Cal. & Montana ....- 75c Chino Cop. Co 11 Too Late Tp-Classify. - FOR SALE One standard well rig. double simple engines Sxl2. Internal fired boiler 42xS. Drills and bits com plete with other auxiliary parts. In-'; hrstclass repair. Cost $5000, for sali quick $2500 cash. El Paso Limestone Quarries. MONEY MAKING BUSINESS OPPOR TUNITY for a man with business ex perienqe, capable of keeping boo-ks. Must have $2500 to. invest in a very well paying business established In El Paso for the pasr five j'ears. The Investor will handle the books and the money of the concern. Salarv $100. Will stand the strictest Investigation. I If you haven t th cash money don't Address "Business 1 apply. No agents Opportunity," P. O. box 1112, El Paso, Texas. ROOMS single or en suite, newly fur nished, cool and pleasant; only 2 blocks from Plaza: most convenient housekeeping suites in the city. 612 Mesa. SEVEN ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT, furnished, for $2.". Bell 2S45. FOR SALE Ice cream tables and chairs, also show cases. Alameda and Boone Aves. Phone 3609. LARGE FRONT ROOM 53.00 per week; cool room with porch, $3 week, or two rooms and porch, privilege light house keeping. 811 El Paso St. Phone 3404. Announcements. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. I am a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 1. Place No. 2. El Paso county. I solicit your vote subject to Democratic pri mary July 23. 1910. E. H. Watson. El Paso, -Texas. DISTRICT CLERK The Herald Is authorized to announce O. M. Talley as a candidate for District Clerk, subject to the Democratic pri maries July 23, 1910. . SHERIFF. I hereby announce myself a candi date for sheriff of El Paso county sub ject to the Democratic primaries Jm 23. 1910. F. J. HalL Masonic Notices. EL PASO LODGE, NO. 130, A. F. &A.M. jeguiar meetings 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. L. E. Gillett, W. M. E. W. S. Neff. Secy. Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa Ave.; hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. A. & A. S. RITE OP" FIIEK MASONRY. Meets the second and third Mondays of each month In Masonic Temple. W. H. McCulIousrh. Secy. SELECT DANCING - ASSE3IBLV. FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT. GO. About 98 Miles from EI Paso on the EI Paso & Northeastern R. R. monzonite fPomhyrvl con-r t OSa Etnt.irvn and io .n ii. .. ... . . .-.-.., cuuu io jxxit "" - K mill, wmen win be in operation ' m '" U,JC-- IRVJMG K. FARRIN6TCK & C0.B EnabHabed 1U00. 37S Wall:, ! lack Ott m STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS, LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON. J Chemung Chief Con 1.2 Cordova, pt pd . 50c Cordova, full paid 1 Denn-Ariz 2 Ely Cent 70c Gila Copper n5 Goldfield Con - S Inspiration Cop 1 Live Oak Dev 17 Mason Valley 7 Nat. Mng. Exp 19c New Keystone 3 Ohio Copper 1 Pinto Copper ' 15 Ray Central , 2 Ray Consolidated . . . ISVi San Antonio, pt pd 6 Shattuck 22 Superior & Globe, pt pd 30c New York Curlj. Close. (Special from Irving K"-' Farrington Co.. New York.) Chinp . -. . . Consolidated Arizona -. 11 1 13-16 Ely Ely r.prxtTZ.1 11-16 Consolidated 22c Gila Giroux Greene Cananea Inspiration Miami Ohio Pacific Smelting Ray Central Ray Consolidated Tularosa 6 ......... 6 613-16 11 19-16 9-16 2 16 li Grain and Provisions. Chicago Grala Close. Wheat Get"t Sl.Oo-hi Dec :...-. 1.07 1.07 Corn Sept Dec Oats Sept Dec GOvs 58 39 -40 Chlca Pork Sept Provision?! Close. $21.35 Lard cLnt $11.57ll-60 Oct .'.'.'.'.'. $11.45 T11.47 Ribs Sept Oct V .$11-42 . 10.S5 COTTON. Cotton Quiet. New Orleans, La., July 19. Local cot ton opened quiyt and lower on all op tions today and eased orf several points before the decline was checked. Trade was very ligat today, altnough there was 'some selling reported. Spots Eaty. Liverpool, Eng., July 19. The tone was easy in spot cotton here today and a loss of t;iree English points is reported. Sales aggregate 4000 bales at S.l"ia on a basis ot American miadlings, or $16.24 in American values. Imports total 11,000 bales. Futures opened, steady and ruled barely steady on re-' ports ot more rains in Texas and In the southwest American cotton Den. Contract Market Declines. New York, N. 1., July 19. There was a declining movement in the contract division of cotton today, engendered by reports of liberal showers in various portions of Texas over night and the general .lowering of temperatures, con trary to the long distance forecast Is sued yesterday by the weather bureau. In the spot division the market ruled generally stead v. Spots Firm. Galveston, Tex., July 19. Spots are firm and uncharfged; middlings 14 c; today's sales, 2 bales; to arrive, none. LIVESTOCK. Kansas City Livestock. Close. ' Kansas City, Mo., Ju?y 1S. Cattle Receipts 10.000. including 3000 south- erns; market steady. Native steers, $4.S5S.25; southern steers. S3.75S'5.75: southern cows. $2.504.50; native cpws ana neiters, 5z.o0(x .oo; stocicers and feeders, ?3.2o(& 6.00; bulls, $3.Q04.60; calves, $4.50S.50; western steers, $4.75 7.75; western cows, $2.75 5.25. Hogs Receipts 12,000; market steady; bulk, ?S.45S.65; heavy. $8.40 S.45; packers and butchers, $S.45S.65; light. $S.G0S.72. Sheep Receipts 5000; marxet steauy. Muttons, $3.504.50; lambs, $6.007.00; fed wethers and yearlings, $3.755.00; fed western ewes, $3.00)4.25. Chicago Livestock. Close. Chicago. 111., July 19. Cattle Re ceipts 6000; market weak. Beeves, $5.20 &S.50; Texas steers, $4.106 50; west ern steers, $5.007.00; stockers and feeders. $3.605.70; cows and heifers, $2.656.75; calves, $6.758.90. Hogs Receipts 12,000; market steady. Lijrht, $S.659.00; mixed, $S.50S.90; heavy, $8.25S.75; rough, $S.25S.40; good to choice heavy. $s. 408.95; pigs, S.609.00; bulk, $S.45S.7o7 Sheep Receipts 20,000; market steady. Native, $2.504.00; western $2.354.00; yearlings, $4.004.85; lambs, native, $4.25 6.65; western $4.006.75. Fort Worth Livestock. Close. Fort Worth, Tex., July 19. Cattle Receipts 2000; hogs 500. Steers higher, tops $4.90; cows steady, tops $4.00; calves higher, tops $7.00. Hogs Higher, tops $8.77. WOOL. St. Lonk Wool. Close. St. Louis, Mo.. Julj- 19. WooKsteady. Territory and western mediums, 1815 22; fine medium. 1617; fine, 1314. Bo.ston Wool. "Rnctnn 'Afass .Tulv 10 An,,ni . j ing In the wool market continues about ! as dull as for weeks past, but thnrn ? apparently a little better feeling ow ing to the strength shown at the open ing of the London auctions. Light weight goods have moved better in re tail quarters as a result of the hot weather. TRANSFERRING POLL TAXES. W. I. "Watson and Charles Armstrong, the deputies in the county (tax collect or's office, are transferring poll tax receipts for prospective primary voters who have moved rrom one precinct to another since the receipts were issued. Poll taxes must be registered five days before election if a voter move from one precinct to another. If your liver is sluggish and out of tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti pated, take a dose of Chamberlaln'3 I Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be fore retiring ana you will feel all right in the morning. Sold by all druggists. You can easily seii it. Call Bell 115, Auto 1115 tell the girl what it is and The Herald will sell it. No bother, no formality. E MJLH KILLED IS ITALY Houses In Texas Town Dam-1 4 aged Cattle and Hogs Are Killed. Italy, Texas, July 19. Investigation this morning shows reports sent out re garding yesterday's storm were great ly exaggerated. Henry Poarch, aged 44, was killed. His aged father was only slightly hurt. Mike Gillian, aged 16 son 'of Dr. J. A. Gillian, was ren dered unconscious and hurt seriously. Several residences were slightly dam aged, causing a total loss of about $3000. The Poarch family lived in a small box house, which was destroyed. The dwellings of Dr. A. C. Calvert, J. C. Couch and J. T. Milam were slightly damaged. Lightning killed a cow nd set fire to the barn of J. P. Weathers. i Two hogs were burned with Weathers' I barn. i 'mo Darn or Haynes Bratcher , was j burned, with a Quantity of feed and several hogH, caused by lightning.JTwo ' barns of J- T- Price, one mile east, were blown down and feed stuff scattered. LOVELACE SUFFERS FROM SEVERE STORM Many- Persons Injured Crops Damaged and House Destroyed. Lovelace, Texas, July 19. Three per sons were hurt, crops were damaged, one farm house was wrecked and sev eral other dwellings damaged by a high wind, which was followed by an Inch of rain in this section of Hill county at 5:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The seriously hurt: Infant child of L(inn Ware, head crushed and not ex pected to live; Blanche Ware, 15, arm dislocated, cut and bruised seriously; Mrs. Ware, head gashed, knee cap crushed, internal injuries feared. The loss by reason of the storm will proba bly reach several thousand dollars. UNION LABORERS TO RAP COLQUITT Organize Central Live Wire Club and Elect Many Officers. The Central Live Wire club, a politi cal organization of union men, was or ganized 'at the union labor hall Monday night, officers elected and resolutions adopted as follows: Lecturer J. W. Lucas. President W. H. Creswell, Black smith's union. Vice president Chas. H. Escott of the Plumber's union. Secretary-treasurer G. W. Cook of the Electrical workers. Sergeant at arms William Galbreath of the Horseshoers. Commi-.tee on Legislation and Ques tioning of Condidates Henry M. "Walk er, chairman. Typographical union; K. L. Taylor of musicians' union; A." M. James of bricklayers' union; N. N. Nunn of sheet methl workers; C. S. Chalfant of electricalworkers. ResoluticnM Adopted. Whereas, after a thorough Investiga tion of tne past record of candidate O. B. Colquitt, the delegates to the Central Live Wire club find unquestionable proof that O. B. Colquitt was an oppo nent to house bill No 47 In the senate, A Story Of Graustark Copyright 1909, by George SYNOPSIS OF FIRST CHAPTERS. Truxton King, an American million aire's son, tired of the humdrum life hand sets out to have some adventures. He reaches the kingdom of Gristark. L (Continued From Yesterda SlJe recognized the hard, hawklike face. There could be no mistake. She was looking into the face that made j the portrait of the Iron Count so ab- j horrent to her the leathery head of a cadaver with eyes that lived. She broke down and cried herself into the sleep of exhaustion. All the nyct day she sat limp and helpless in the chair they had brought to her. She could neither eat nor drink. Late in the afternoon Marlanx uu.it; in llic Ultciuuwu -U.UU.tllA. I again. She knew not from came whence he came; he stood before her suddenly a4 If produced by the magic of some fabled genie, smiling blandly, his hands clasped behind his back, his attitude one of designing calculation. "He laughed when I demanded that he should restore me to my friends. He eluded me when I pleaded and beg ged for mercy. My questions were never answered. "Where am I, Mr. King? Oh, this dreadful place! Why Ere we here you and I?" King's heart throbbed fiercely once more. A' vast hunger possessed his soul. In that moment he could have laid down his life for her with a smile of rejoicing. Then he told her why she was there, why he wns there and of the 26th the dreadful 2Gth: "God in heaven!" she repeated over and over again in a piteous whisper. The light was going out Quick!" he cried. "The candle! Light a fresh one. My hands are bound." She crept to the candles and joined the wicks. A new light grew as the old one died. Then she stood erect, looking down upon him. "You are bound. I forgot." She started forward, dropping to her knees beside him, an eager gleam in her eyes. "If I can untie the rope will that help? There must be one little chance for you for us. Let me try." "By Jove," he whispered admiringly, his spirits leaping to meet hers, "j'ou've got pluck. You put new life in me. I I was almost a a quitter." At last, after many despairing tugs, the knot relaxed. "There!" she cried, sinking back exhausted. "Oh, how it must have hurt you! Your wrists are STORM which was a bill to protect the union label, store and shop card of labor or ganizations and that he also opposed as state senator the fellow-servant law and tried to place the burden of risk upon the employe In all cases of acci dent. Whereas, We find that as railroad commissioner, O. B. Colquitt ' has op posed and fought for delay of matters of Interest to the Texas Farmers' union. Therefore, be it Resolved, That the Central Live Wire club, composed of delegates from dif ferent labor organizations of El Paso, does hereby recommend and urge all union members to work and vote for the defeat o?0. B. Colquitt. Resolved, further. That a copy of this resolution be given to the press for publication. MAYOR SENTENCED TO PRISON TERM. Mayor William P. White of Lawrence, Mass., who, with George B. Smart, Sam uel Kress, ex-aldej-man Mathew Burns and Ernest Dube, ere found guilty of conspiracy in an attempt to bribe ex alderman Xavler Legrande and exalder- man Carl Woekel in an effort to have chief James A. Hamilton of the Law rence fire department removed from office. Mayor White received a sen tence of three years in the house of cor rection at Lawrence and a fine of 51000. His coconspirators received less severe sentences. RAT AND TAR POT. A rat, a tar pol and a burning brush pile gave the fire department three practice runs Monday evening and Tuesday morning. A rat which was In dustriously gnawing his way through a board floor at 2126 Texas street, caused the East El Paso company and the fire chief to make a run to that number. The call was Intended for the police to come and arrest what was sup posed to be a burglar, but was only a rat, but in the excitement the fire de partment was called. The tar pot. which is used to heat the tar coating of the Missouri street Bitu Hthic paving, caused a dense smoke at the corner of Missouri and Stanton streets Monday evening and an alarm was turned in at 7:40 p. m. The third alarm. was Tuesday morn ing and was caused by a pile of brush in the rear of Capt. H. E. Hillebrand's home on North Oregon street. The only GmmmmmmdfemaBaf Truxton King Barr McCutcheo- Copyright, 1909, by raw:- His arms tvere stiff and sore and hung like lead at his sides. She -watched him with narrowed eyes while he stood off and tried to work blood and strength back into his muscles. "Do you think you can can do any- thing now, Mr. King?" she asked after a 16ng interval. "We must escape," she said as if it were all settled. "it cannot be tonight," he gently In- iomiea ner, a sickness attacking nis heart. "Don't you think you'd better try to get some sleep?" He prevailed upon her to lie down, with his coat for a pillow. In two minutes she was asleep. For an hour or more he sat there looking sorrowfully at the tired, sweet -' "- .. w.wv., www.. face tne utmost despair In his soul. At last he stretched himself out on the floor near the door, and as he went to sleep he prayed that Providence might open a way r him to prove that she was not depending on him in vain. CHAPTER XIII. A DIVINITY SHAPES. fT was pitch dark when he awoke. The sound of breathing came to his earsv He sat up. His hands were free. It had not been a dream. She was lying over there asleep. The candle had burnt itself out; that was all. He crept softly across the floor. In the darkness he found her and touched the garments she wore and drew back enthralled. Afraid to move for fear of disturb ing her, he sat quietly for an hour or more. All this time his braiu was working like mad in the new found de sire to perform miracles for the sake of this lovely, unattainable creature. He was forgetting the prince, the hor rors of the 2Gth; he was thinking only of saving this girl from the fate that ilarlanx had in store for her. Vos Engo may have had the promise, but what could it profit him if Marlanx had the girl? Footsteps in the outer room recalled him to the bitter reality; of their posi tion. He awoke her and whispered words of encouragement into her be wiidered ears. Then he put on his coafe and threw himself on the floor, first wrapping the rcpe about his wrists to deceive the guard.i A key turned in the padlock. Old man Snnntz stnofl in tbf dnnrwnv "It is noon," said the old man irasci- blv. Then he came In and lighted a candle. "sToon of the 2oth," said Truxton j RELIABLE BUSINESS PEOPLE WHO WANT YOUR TRADE ANGELUS HOTEL BAR Just around the corner on Mesa. Have you had an Angelu.3 Fizz? Coal, Wood and Grain GEO. C. WIMBERLY, Pass City FhcI C. Sll Texas St. Bell 1479; Auto. 1818. Dentists DR. LEE McINTOSH Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St. DR. E. W. BRYAN 107 San Antonio St. Bell 2737, DRS? BROWN AND GALLOWAY. Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Coles Bldg. Furniture HERMANS FURNITURE CO. 114 S. StantofP. Always bargains for cash Hair Dressing ESTHER ALLEN, Ma&Irariaff. 211 St. Louis St. Bell 196S Hats Cleaned and Blocked Union Hat & Tailor Shop. 207 S. Stanton Clothes cleaned, fressed. Both phoaes. Jewelry H. R. BURGER, 205 Soati El Fm. "TCa-teh repairing a specialty. Mattress Renovating METROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO. 225 South Stanton. Both Phonas. Repairing WE CAN yiX IT SHOP. 347 Myrtle. Bell 51E; Auto 1515 Um brellas covered, keys fitted, rubber tires for baby carta. j Specialist DR. CARL SMITH 107 San Antonio St. Aaio 2151. i Seeds EL PASO SEED. HOUSE 506 San Antonio. Write for price list: Veterinary Surgeon DR. . a. BIGGINS, 3S S. Orxa. Hospital for Horses and Dogs. damage in the three alarms was the wear and tear on the department equip ment. KRAKAUER STORE. As soon as Krakauer. Zork & Moye vacate the store building on El Paso and Overland streets for he new wholesale and retail stores on San Francisco street, the building will be remodeled and six store rooms made of the one large room now used by he company as it3 retail department. The stores will face Overland and El Paso street and wiR extend from El Paso to Oregon streets. FEWTBL BUILDING. The glass front is being set in the new Fewel building and the Interior woodwork is being built as rapidly as it Is possible. The building is to be finished by August fifth and the con tractors have been working a double, shift of men on the job. ELLIS LOSES RA CYCLE. A racycle valued ax $65 was stolen Saturday, A. Ellis, of EI Paso, being the loser. Mr. Ellis had left his wheel standing on Texas street, and suffers more than ordinary loss since the cost ly machine bad. been recently pur chased. The wheel was built with & very large sprocket, and was enameled fin French gray By George Barr McCutcheon Dodd, Med & Oapny. bitterly. 1n twenty-four hottrs it -will be all over, eh, Spantz?" "At noon tomorrow." Julius Spantz brought in the food, for the prisoners, setting it on tlie Soor be tween them. "It is usually the duty of our friend Julius to feed me," observed -Trait-. to his fellow prisoner. "Julius?" queried the girl from the I castle, peering at the man. "ISot Juli I us Spantz of the armory T "The same," said Truxton. Juliaa laughed awkwardly. "Enough," snarled William Spaatx. His manner changed completely, how ever, when, he turned to .address the young lady. "I beg to Inform yo. madam, that your stay is to be briaf. Tonight you will be removed to more . pleasant quarters that a friend has prepared for you. As for you, my friend," turning to Truxton and smfl ing ironically, "I deeply deplore the fact that you are to remain. When we next gather in the room beyond a new dispensation will have begun. You may be interested then to hear what we have to say out there." With a profound bow to the lady jnd a leer for King he departed, bolt ing the door behind him. Instantly King was at her side. "An idea has come to me' he whis pered eagerly. "I think I see a way.'. "Mr. King, what is it you Intend to : do? Please tell me. I must know. ; You heard what he said about taking me to the count's. He meant Mai-, lanx. I will die first." "No. I will die first. By the way, I may as well tell you that I wasn't thinking altogether of how we are to escape. Why should I save you from Marlanx just to have you hurry off and get married to Vos 'Engo? It's a mean thought, I know," hastily; "but, just the same,- I hate to think of you marrying some one else." "Some one else?" she questioned, a pucker on her forehead. "Oh, I know I wouldn't have a ghost of a chance even if there wasn't a Vos Engo. It isn't that," he explained. "I recognize the er dif ference in our stations and" "What has all this got to do with your plan to escape?" "Nothing at all. The point I'm try ing to get at is this: Don't you think it's pretty rough on a hero to save the sIr! for some other fellow to snaP UP and marr- (To Ba Continued.) Bill of quality at the Happy Hour.