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Friday, August 12, 1910.
Late To Classify j
DIRECTORY OF OSTEOPATHY.
DR. PEARCE, Osteopathic vyhyIrfF
615 N. Oregon. Both phone 2ii$. lAJfr
commodaitions for a limited mb i
outof-town cases. " "j
NI2ED GLASSES: Ask Sega.lL.
GET THE HABIT of having yrSiltIj
cleaned and blocked by a practical and,.
expert hatter. Last call f or' Jr&aaioas.
Dupuy. 402 N. Oregon St. iJ"!
A HOUSE NOW BLILfflWG.W.-
5rooras and bath, white brick; 2,
eouth front lots, will sell tkis n'n
construction for $2800; easy teratfc j J
Dovfnlnsr fc CroieIl,(
209 Mesa Ave. "
BECOMING txLASSBS. , ,
I have said a number of ;"TiJB tlut
I make glasses becomingly, tfcat wkea
I make a pair of glasses ty di to
anj person's appearance lifcv a. ew
suit if c.rtrh Tf wn will neiCca ithe
glasses worn in this city now-yW Tiiljg
see a great contrast to hoatsrrjtweTj
is the rpjison I am doinc tike "teJ3
business of 221 Paso.
Geo. 1). Kendall,
20S Mesa Ave.
Too Late To Classify. H02TOUEAN BSBEL
.bEADEB ABLE MAN
FOR SALE Nice shelving and coun
ters for grocery. Apply 1311 San An-
NO RISK HERE.
62 acres near San Elizario. Inquire
(about this before buying.
TV. F. Payne,
Angelua Hotel Building.
.."WANTED Experienced waitress
ynce- csamtary jxesrauram, sit
gNICE CLEAN RO03IS for young men
or couple, no sick. 607 Mesa- Ave.
New Orleans, La., Aug. 12.-Gen.
Manuel Bonilla, who leads the revolu
tionary forces in the uprising hw be- j
ins carried on in Honduras agarot
NICELY furnished front housekeepln;
grooms. 905 Myrtle. Phone 2119.
I NEED MONEY ff
And will sell my 6 room brick if
sacrifice price. Address 32, ea-re Bfeiv
aid. ,i i
bull, 22 months old, $75. Bell pb&hev
seyz. w. A. u. waugn, Aixura. x-. .
KWANTED. TAILORS Firstclass coat-
isnaker on high grade work; only sucn
athat know their business need apply.
,The Cananea Stores, Cananea, Sonora,
FIXE BUILDING SITE.
Onehalf block from Nevada St. Lots
un through the block, 50x120, for
TV. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building.
AXOTHER MOXSTER DLMP AUtft
vegetables, melons and fruit Saturday
from 4 to 8 p. m., at corner f 'Myrtle
end Stawton, by Nusbaum, tha,i6ye.Wfcn
tee Gardener. . 1.J
S710 CASH. BALANCE $4(1.
m-rm-r m-nnunrfii rVTlSMkllT
For a nice 4 room house UHjg:-
ment, if necessary. &mT-
Downing & Croivell
y 209 Mesa 'Ave. - S
RELUBLE INCUBATOR, 240 eggs and
'L2brooders. 17.50. 219 S. Stanton.
BROKEN' GLASSES! A.SK Se
TOtXG MAN, 21 years old, desires any
kind outside work; in excellent health.
Address D. W. Fw. care Herald.
WANTED Room with sleeping porch
by healthy couple, now or anytime this j
raonxn. -L- ill, caro nenwu.
A H03IE FOR S150 CASH,
BALANCE $20 PER MONTH.
;" A 3 room brick, front and back
? porches, an 2 full lots, south front on
corner or Luna and Blsbee St. A bar-
jiCJivenney xteairy o..
Room 9 Buckler Bl-ock.
"FOR RENT 1 ROOMS AND BATH.
f Cottage newly painted and varnished
inside, very close in: 5 minutes walk
-to postoffice; no sick people or chil
dren. Inquire 608 E. Missouri.
JBIG SORREL HORSE and
Fjpstclass. 219 S. Stanton.
2XEW LOCATION, 406 San Fran
t " O. H. Banm.
'FOR RENT Nice front rooms. 1015 N.
.nton. Bell phone 2799.
WANTED GiTl to assist in dining
room and kitchen. Apply at Alvarado
j wii. i TWyJRfifiiir "" '" 'F
5 'Financial and
STOCKS Ain 30KDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON.
LINCOLN HOUSE PAINT at $1.65; flo6r
paint at $L25. Everything 3-t cosst.
Complete line to be closed out Dy bep(
1st. J. J. Barr, 1703 s yoming.
"WANTED A man with small family;
! must be hustler; fine homo for right
j people; references exohanged; fruits,
alfalfa and some stock to handle. L.
E. Lumbley, Monterey, N. M.
AVE HAAE TWO GAS ENGINES, a 6
and 12 horsepower, standard make,
which we wish to close out immediate
ly before adding our new line. Abso
lutely new and -cheap for cash. H. A.
Carponter & Bro., 303 San Francisco St.
EYE TROUBLE t Ask Segall. (
"WANTED Help for
work. 611 N. Oregon.
YOU SHOULD LOOK INTO THIS.
Six room house on Arizona St., mod
ern in every tray, basement, screened
porch and good outbuilding. At a price
that will make it go quickly and easy;
W. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building.
president Davilla, is said to be "a man
of ability and determination with con
siderable experience and aptitude in the
art of war. '
Bonilla was at one time president C
Honduras but -was deposed by Davilla
and former president Zelaya of Nicaragua.
DEATHS AHD BURIALS.
FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished Noms
for light housekeeping. Phone 2295.
61 8 Stewart.
sr.iM CASH. BALANCE MONTHLY
tj,ti rnnm and bath tltT.
house with 1 and 1 lots on Wyoirf
Dovrnln & Crowll,
209 Mesa Ave.
a.i m 9
20 of the best lots in AlturiJ Prk;
perfectlv level and within DtfCK-
Fort Bliss car line; $2000 taketfc
20, cash, balance 1 and 2 yearsl
Don't let this bargain get away fr
-""- r , 1 'SC
207 St. Louis St.
710 N. Oregon, 3 rooms (fur.) $15.00
804 N. Stanton, 6 rooms 30.00
904 N. Ochoa, 5 rooms 3D.O0
604 Stewart St., 9 rooms 40.00
711 Lee St., 6 rooms, basement. . 25.00
e731 Lee St., 6 rooms, basement. . 25.00
M Nevada, o rooms 30.00
YB Missouri St; 4 rooms 21.00
L3 Mesa. 8 rooms 50.00
0 N. Oregon, 4 R. (fur.) 2S.00
"VV. Franklin. 10 rooms 60.00
LB Nevada St., 5 rooms 27.50
F13 Newman St.. 4 rooms 15.00
fl&l12 N. Campbell, 4 rooms 16.00
iij. v iuu v ol., o i uuiiia ..-. ..tcu
Hafford & Collier,
17 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
MRS. MARY F. WALKERS
Mrs. Mary F. "Walker, 76 years of
a&e, a resident of El Paso for 25 years
and in Texas since 1S55, died Thursdav
afternpon at her home, 2310 "Wyoming
street. Mr-. V. alker came west from
Missouri, and was cne of the pioneers of
this district. She "lved with her dau-ra-
ter, Mrs. Sophronia M. "Weston, widow of I UP- 5c Pittsburg...
the lato Isaac M. "Weston, an El Pa?o ) J.nmt
MONEY ANP ICSTALS.
Nevr YorK Quotations.
(By Associated Press.
.New York. Aug. 12. Call money
Pn.no mercantile paper, 56 per
bent. Cloaluj? tiuotatioua Today.
Bair silverr, 53 s.
ltaiiveriiea itid, v--404.50.
Copper, easj, sxanaard spot, 12.122
l.oit2, sept., x.xs igjL.jfa.
t Sspeiter (au luuis uuo'o.uonj High
-Uejwica.n doilar. 44c
ourreuc rsiuc-ilcr uotutIujia.
xui i'j.i.o snu-iter.i
Bar silver 53
Copper wre oar0 t 12 -io
topin.r cauiuuo vets, per lbj..'.l o-lb
Lco.u (.JLouuun satb puce) .A:, bxu, uu
L.ctu v.-cv lu.k sales piiCcaV -- .yt.iU
v w ceay .vx-atjes.
(Douglas omeltcr muoUition:.-;
B4hr aatver 52.85
NSW YOEK LEADEES
OF DEMOCRACY MIIET
New York, N. Y., Aug. 12 Norman E.
Mack, chairman or the National Demo
cratic committee, s oih of the 'acci
dental" visitors at Mackinac Island,
rain reports. A continued demand was
reported for cotton from -the local
stock, and the buying of contracts by
spo-t people were supposed to represent
hedging by mill interests.
Kanias Citj LxxticJk- Ci::av
Kansss City, Mx, Aug. 12. Cattle-
Receipts 2000, Including 1000 southerns; j
steady to strong. Native steers, ?4.oo-&
8.00, southern itvers, $J.05.00; south
ern cows, 2.504.25; native cows and
heifers, ?j.50ti 6.50, stockers and feed
ers, $3.C06.00, buhs, $J"i&1.2.;
calves, 3. 75 7.75; western j.'eers, 4.00
(7.25, western cows, ?2.504.75.
Hogs Receipts 3500, 5(&10c higher,
bulk. S8.25toi.60. heavv. Ss.l0(n,8.40:
packtrs and butchers, ?S. 25(8.60, light,
Sheep Receipts 2000; steady Mut-I
tons, ?5.75'4.3a; lambs, $5..-Jfi)6.75; fed
wethers and yoarLings, $3.50' -' xd
western ewes, ?3.004.00.
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ANGKLUS HOTEL BAR
Just around the corner on Mesa.
Have you had an Angelua Fizz?
DR. LEE McINTOSH
Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St.
&S W v OEji LISTE.D
(By Special Wir to Tli6 Htrid frou
ku H. Bru Co.. Grlobe. j.iz.j
.-UUu. csiiiwrters ...
Coio. jj ucl iron..
L, K. 3. T ,
... . 66&
. bo tm
.... io-fi. j
. . 0
CliienK" Livestock. (JJK ..
Chicago. 111., Aug. 12. Cattle Re
ceipts 2000, steacy. Beeves, $4.60
8.25; Texas steers, $3.505.bU; western
steers, $4.006.75, stockers and feed
ers, $4.00 6.25, cows and heifers, $2.50
6.40; calves, $ 6.50 8.50.
Hogs Receipts 13,000, 510c higher.
Light, $3.458.95; mixed, ?7.S53.S5:
heavj', S7.60&S.50; rough, ?7.60(7.8o;
good to choice heavy, 4.85S.50, pigs,
?8.50g;9.00; bulk. $7.90S.30. v
Shuep Receipts 10,000; strong. Na
tive. $2.254.35; western, ?2.504.25;
yearlings, $4.005.40; Iambs, native,
$4.25 6.75; western. $4.253 6.60.
rBGsTON LISTED ST00X3
lllv Stifnl Wir Th- Uu.-il,i nn.
Boat. Coro TV
Liiuraet &. Ariz V. ..
Copper Range ' b8i
real estate dealer. Funeral services were
held Friday afternoon. Rev. P. J. Rice
officiating. Interment was made in
Nevada Con 20,
Nofth Butte . sh-jz
Old Dominion 3,
sup. & iiC3ton S'ii.
Fort Worth UvcstocK. Hnise.
Fort Worth, Tex., Aug. 12. Cattle
Receipts 2000; hogs 700. Steers steady,
tops $5.00; cows steady, -tops $3.60;
calves higher, tops $6.00.
Hogs Higher, tops $S.50.
St. Lonlr Wm. Close.
St. Louis. Mo.. Aug. 1?. Wool steady.
Territory and western niedSntus, IZqp
23W; fine mediums. 17(20. iin, :417.
Visit Ardoin's -Saturday display.
PEOPLE IN EL
' v ''-is
r' ' $z
DR. E. "W. BRYAN
San Antonio St. B11 2737.
HERMANS FURNITURE CO.
114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash
DR. CARL SMITH
107 San Antonio St- Auto 2151.
DR. R. A. HIGGINS, 303 S. Orj?
Hospital for Horses and Dogs.
' ? T - JF? r "TT
ESTHER ALLEN, MaEicnrltis-
211 St. Louis St. Bell 198
: - ,v mattress Eenovatm
i ,m' vsfea j ji-Aitux'uiji'x'Arw renovating go.
' ''& v 1 225 Smith RtaTifnn TtntV. rv,nnA
Sr v- ". X'j&A
' t i
'-- - S i-. .312 '
XY '&, ' -ST&vi
NORMAN E. 3L1CK.
where "W- J. Conners of Buffalo; justice
"W. R. Day. Charles AV. Fairbanks and
speaker Cannon are also staying. All
are stopping at the same hotel and are
frequently seen in each other's com
pany. All denied that an Important con
ference had taken place. Speaker Can
non said that he did not go to the
Island for any political conference and
stated that his staying at the same ho
tel wljere the other prominent visitors
are stopping was merely incidental.
INDICTMENTS FOR DE
express and Baggage.
HIGHLAND P4.RK TRANSFFR CO
?OT San DIrro St. Phone 12S.
S. D. Clifford. Manager.
Exprftot and Basrjjagre. Moving- Small
Hones, Etc. Also sell and rent hOHSM,
ITS GWft' AUTHOB
Kanwis City, Mo., Aug, 12 Edith Hall
Orthweln, the natnoress, after finish
ing her book, Love in the "Weaving,
DO YOU "WANT A BARGAIN V
I have some m block 96, East 131, !?
at the head ot .Montana suect, """Lif
city convenience, easy terms. ,4J!fc.
D. G. Helneman, 207 St. Loni Mitt
; HERE'S A BEAUTY.
jFlne 6 room pressed brick house on
Wyoming; lot 50x120; will sell this for
$4750. and erive the best of terms. Let
i Jst show this to you.
I. 2 W. F. Fnyne,
Angelus Hotel Building.
EYEGLASS fcOMFUitTS Ask SOI
"WANTED Firstclass waitress. 111
Missouri. Phone 2359.
FOR SALE One ice box and Btifewd
graphophone- Call up Bell phoneu1314.4
3150 5TILL BUY uf -
A 5 rnnm modem brick that Is rte
to good tenant for $300 per year.Thi
is au percent auw, iuu .; j,.. , ,
Increasing In value. Any term? will"."
Dovrnlng- t Croivell,
209 Mesa Ave. 2-
FOR SALE One
jood horse. FwHwlp
FOR RENT 3 housekeeping rooms on,
809 Mundy Ave. Rent $17. Auto. ?gHe
,3 MAYFIELD REALTY CO.
aHs several buj-ers for valley
T5hat have you to sell?
TWO BUILDING SITES
PjH&rizona St, close in. Price low.
Mayfield Realty Co.
r?V BUSINESS PROPERTY.
We have a big bargain for sale. ,
" Mayfl,eld Realty Co.
A. V. ODKN.
A. "V;. Oden. k merchant of Marfa,
Texas, died Thursday afternoon in a
local hospital after a wee- s illness. Mr.
Oden was 47 years of age, and Is sur
vived by a widow and two small daugh-
u. is. ijnielterh, com.
CBy Special Wire to Tins iiei-ald froi
Jbt H. Bru Co., Glooe, Arxj
Ariz.-Mich., pt pd
ters. The body will be shipped to Marfa ' -- Montana
by Xagley & Kaster. 1 Cnino Cop. Co
JOHN SMIGELOSKf. .
John .Sunlgeloski, 29 years of age, died
Thursday In -a local hospital. 5M"-was
a health seeker, coming here fr&mi
waukee. "Wis. Funeral arran
await word from relatives in the nil
LQordova, pt pd. .,
EIGHT R003I HOME FOR SALE.
Fine locaftion above tracks. Price
, Mayfield Realty Co.
A " . ssnoo
WHl Vliv V10 -rtinn n4n.tr Immn 11AII
block, Rio Grande St.
Mayfield Realty Co.
J!S4X ROC3I HOUSE FOR RENT.
Completely furnished, including pi-
ao.,fjiouse nas never oeen occupied.
"Will give lease.
Mayfield Realty Co.
I "WOULD YOU BUY A 5 ROOM COT-
For El Paso ana vicinity Tonighl and
Saturday partly cloudy weather. -
For New Mexico: Tonight local show
ers; Saturday crenerallv fair
For WoBt Tbtic- rTrrt1rr. nn 0J-..'
day partly cloudy weather, showers in
north porUon tonight or- Saturday,
cooler in north portion Saturday.
- 12 ;i
BcJErciova, tull pd.S "i
Denn-Ariz ,. 3
i2iyCent 1 i-ig
Goldheld Con" s S-lR
inspiration Cop 7 r
Live Oak Dev is
Mason Valley 7 l-ic
2s'at Mng. Kxp 20c
New Keystone 3x4
Olilo Copper . 1 -jj
Pisfto Copper 15c
RaV Central 2 9-16
I Ray Consolidated is y.
banv-Vmonio, pt pd 5.
Shattuck 23 C.
Superior & Globe, pt pd 25c
From Nerr Mexleo.
At the Zeiger TV. B. Birchfield, Guss
Fogel, Deming; Walter Reese, Colum
bus, I J. A. Shipley, Hachita; H. A- Mc
KJnney and wife, Hachita.
A't the Sheldon Mrs. A. A. Blood
good, Agricultural college; Al. Gray,
Las Palomas; A. O. Barley, Columbus.
At the St. Regis T. Ranaulx and
wife, Las Cruces.
At the Grand Central Mrs. J. N.
Franck, Fannie French, Las Cruces;
Claud M. Henry, Agricultural college;
F. D. Jack, Deming.
At the Sheldon C. B. White and
At the St. Regis H. H. Babbitt. Tuc
son; C B. White and wife, CLIfton; G.
H. Booth and wife, Miami.
At the Angelus C. T. Wilson, Tuc
j Employes Mulct Road for Repairx T
TV ere Never Made, or by IChars-
j In:? Donhle Px-ices.
J Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 12 Disclosures
of a most sensational friature involv
ing former high officials of the Illinois
Central railroad in the' conspiracy by
which the Memphis Car company is al
leged to have defrauded tne railhead of
hundreds of thousands of dollars, were
made when a decree ' was entered In
chancellor Haskell's court.
By this decree every dollar's worth of
property in the Memphis Car company's
plant and a um in cash will be turned
over to the Illinois, Central.
Prosecutions will begin Immediately,
it is said, against a number of former
The stockholders mentioned 5n the
ilnonsa l-zcrl TT T4" Wowl o-n TT f .!
Nogales, R. Rley, R. Scanlon, H. New
ell. T. M. Stanley , Mason. Mclnrus,
Hirschman, Abbott, Blyshe, Xlepher, ' tra
Osterman. the organizers of th eMeai-
phis Car company, ajid their officfaHJ
1 positions at the time of the Issuance of
A fho CtT-nAriT-te W A 7.KrIc'-ia I ti!e SlUUh. ere.
Tucson; Tasso Coe, Bisbee; J. Buoerte! Frank B. Harriman, general man- ! ag driven to a sanatorium with nerv-
asei ui uie iumu.s -un ous prostration. The book is sa'd to
High McCourt, general superintendent j have "Thrpo Twits' YtT, ,niTft.
of the South Lines of the Illinois Cen- ijrs. Orthweln recenUy explained that
her book was no three weeks -It was a
Lydri. Hach, R. T. Allen. V. Z. Snyder, -n- s xc5nr ,! ;nnerlntnden'- of Z - """ " ,e"V
. . . ,, u. b. King, general supermtenaen 01 generation. According to her pub-
baseball team, Clifton. - 1 the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley rail- : ifehnT- -h nnPn frnwT-v n rT,a Lr.
ax tne vranu enurai j. o. aianej, road, operating also the .Memphis Term- rative contains the inner tracery of a
hew York Curb. Close.
Highest temperature at El Paso last' (Special from Irving J. Famngton
hours 95 degrees; lowest last tli ' Co.. New Tork.)
-T-1TT -ra-rri T 1 1 L9'1 11 1 itrn -k
You have fom It impossible tJd " 3 "
res ' 'S.tZS: " . " Ul t.i"
Kxir U.ti "OIl 54000?
s. truss that will hold you up
l J i - ... .1- "T-m - YtffiV-
etthan othermen tr7mtSlJ cottage d
you want a truss that will makeyoui f e11 fo 34?00-, Jts ,?e bIgef.t cl5se
L cZn , ,.v mnn. A truss 4lMit T in-??Sn the city and it only
wllf hold you so firmly (without, thati 00 to handle the property;
usual discomfort) that you can d&itfc.
hardest work without danger. tiTtr
Tears Jn business in El Paso. Adire
P. O. box 977. tz r
b&l&Rce $40 per month.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
FOR BETTER GLASSES .Ask SegallF
FOR RENT. 4.
Several large 4 r-xm flats, sew
front, W. Main St., near union eta-i
tion, private baths, sleeping porekey."
r isK. xirubi. ,ua.A-.h,. vJ&KF
FOR NEXT. ci
New 3 and 4 room Hats near library)
private baths and sleeping porcC
Finest flats in the oixy. Rent $2611;
$30. Also "houses all parts city. Call!
either phone 1073. a
Flsfc. Trast Building.
build them. Seven now readji
you. Don't fail to see thgu;
31iiV 11UU9S. X
Close in locations, highest class -c!
srruction, all modern conveniences. S4?
on easy terms. !
The Great Texas Realty Co., &
Trust Building. -
Wl CAN SELL YOU A NEW AND
3DERN COTTAGE ON A RIO
dKANDE ST. CORNER FOR $4500.
Imhss G large rooms, 2 large porcnes,
1a.cf pforch screened, handsome brick
monjtel, cement walks, curb and re
i&kiiWg "wall and we can arrange very
f- Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
fJc 'SBAUTIFUL H03IE ON BOULE-
t TUe Hs one of the most attractive
hsmcg0n this street. Owner is leaving
rth'elty and the home can be bought
?k very easy terms. ?500 cash will
fean'dle it and we can rcake terms to
suit en ihe balance.
Lone Star Land Co.,
wjf-ijL -- xexas xl-
si nours 9o degrees; lowest last IIS
hours 10 degrees. (Temperature takei
at 0 a. m., Friday).
Cloudcroft, N. M.. Aug. 12 9 a. m.
Weather for the past 24 hoursr'CIe'ar,
calm. Maximum temoerature, 6 G;' mini
mum. 45. Precipitation, none.
3IEXIICVN BAND IN JUAREZ. '
TVILL GITT3 O CONCERTS
Members of the third battalion band
of the Mexican troops stationed at the
City of Chihuahua, arrived Thursday in
Ciudad Juarez. They are stationed at
the local garrison, but nothing has been
made known regarding the cause oi
their coming to the northern border.
Local Mexican army officers only
know that the band was ordered Herth,
and that its regiment remains In the
state capital. There is no movemeat of
troops reported. The visiting .musi
cians will not give any public concerts.
' Chi no 13
! ! Cons. Arizona . . . 2
Jjiv-cilllill , x 0-I6
. ..".".. IVi
.. Greene Cananea 7 .&
Inpiration. 7 H-ig
Pacific Smelters 15-lfi
S-Ray Central 2 9-16
Ray' Cons --. . . . IS ?a
Tillarosa ."". 114
, .- fG-rain and Provisions.
. Chicasro Grala. Close.
Sejt . .$1.02 1.03
THE BEST REAL ESTATE IXvtisP
Is what you will find Great Texas stE
to be if you investigate. The only "JfjkFOR "SALE: Clean stock vf general
you can participate in the large progfc iStrfciWise and fixtures in good town
FOR SALE. '
NEW APARTMENT HOUSE.
Finest location in city, just west or
library on Missouri St.; 5 minutes walk
to P. O. Every flat has sleeping porch,
private bath, electric lights. ;gas and
all modern conveniences. See us for
price and terms.
The Breat Texa Realty Co.,
SITUATION "WANTED by good Japan
ese aook, in city or country preferred:
relereHee furnished. State perticulars.
P. ?29, 13rald.
SrUS13KEEPING ROOMS, nicely fur-
.niBhod.a-t 404 TV. Overland at
VWAXaSED TVaiters at 619 N". Kansas.
m?jrl in rmtlrMnp- hOllSeS Wlxn SnuUr4lL T?rr Xa.rrr. rtni-nrr ynrA o-cVi hinT
r- Ja.I-R .JiT -A.l-Av, u.v.a&, wu MM1 " w
Investment- our last issue going tawj
Apply at once If you want some.
The Great Texas Realty Co.,
yoc; ateek can be Teduced to suit pur-
fcaotfc;-rent reonable. Poor health
gjgCgCrrizozo, N. M.
DOCTOR THINKS NEGRO
GOT KNOCKOUT BrtOPS.
Officers are investiatincr the rase of
Tom McCoy, a negro, who was found un
conscious in the alley between El Paso
and Santa Fe streets, and south of Sec
ond. Br. A. H. Butler, who treated -the-
negro, stated tha.t he believed it was a
case of knockout drops. McCov, who is
a porter on the G. H., was found Thvws:
day morning. He is out of danger.
ATTEMPT OF DALHART MAN at 1. '1
Suicide proves effective
Dal hart, Texas, Aug. 12. Macic F.
btewart, who deliberately shot himself
here at hds parents' home, died from
he wound last night. Interment will be
In the Dalhart cemeterv.
FOR RENT Six room newly complete
ly furnished house on porth side, to re
liable, permanent tenant. Inquire Dr.
Cameron, demist office? over Guarantee
Shoe store." . - ,
"WANTED A 4 or. 5 room cottage.
reasonably close in, for a customer of
ours who can pay S500 down, bal
ance ?50 monthly, or 1, 2 and 3 years.
"Write A. X-, care Herald.
Seven rooms on charming Magoffin
Ave. Upstairs rents for more than
house rent, screened porches, linen;
s'mptv everything, all brand new. Own
er called away. Furniture and lease
your's for the absurd price of $350.
N. B. Please call. "We don't extenc
Information over the phone.
Bailey Land Co., 30G Mesa.
Orndorff Hotel Building.
SEE OUR LIST.
Of homes and desirable Jjuildlng sits.
TVe can get you what you want.
AY. F. Payne,
Angelus Hotel Building:.
"WANTED TO BUY Team, wagon and
harness. Call '326 Erie. Phone 1277.
O. H. BAUM.
Now located -at ,-406 San Fran
Too Late To Classify.
A LETTER FOR YOU.
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 after being bulle-Mrcl-
E. D. Cole. Tucson, H. Ahumada,
At the Zeiger TV. D. "Lsnsden, E. W.
Summers, Ysleta; TV. TV. Camp, J. H.
Buck, Pecos, A. J. Purknead, Dalhart;-
"Walter Roberts. J. N. Mitchell, San Eli
zario; Carroll Bates, San Angelo.
At the Sheldon Mrs. L. TV. Anderson
and son. Pecos. W. N. Pence, Midland.
At the St. Regis J. D. Sugg, C. C
Kirkpatrick, San Angelo.
. At the Angelus D. B. Miller and
wife. Pecas, Jake Giles, Beaumont; T.
Wilson. Touston. V- Loessin. Lagrange: !
-Edna Anderson. Houston. i
At the Orndorff J. P. Morrison, Mar- I Parties to tne auegea iraua escape
ail Tn-riQtv tit,.,? -v?a-o,oii- n r ? punishment. '
Inal of the Illinois Central.
"William Renshaw, until May, 1908,
superintendent of machinery having
charge of the repair of equipment.
Joseph E Buker, assistant superin
tendent of machinery.
John M. Taylor, general storekeeper,
Burnside shops, Chicago.
Renshaw is said to be In France but
as soon as a true bill is secured, ef-
3rts will be made to bring him back.
It is known tnat the Illinois Central
fnai-l nffarc n" larce clime in srx-
tfement to include immunity, declaring . appendicitis.
that the road would rather lose the mil
lions of which it had been defrauded
than to have the officials who had been
mighty passion with its fructifying har
vest and resolve Mrs. Orthwein re
cently sailed for Europe.
MAYOR OF DALHART IS
YEKT ILL OF APPENDICITIS
Dalhart. Texas, Aug. 12. Mayor TV.
D. "Wagner is a very sick man and
grave fears are entertained aa to his
recovery. Consultation of Drs. Daw
son and Thorntoji last night pronounced
the case as critical. The affliction Is
.Chicago Provisions. Close.
EL PASO LODGE. NO.-JL30, A.F.&A.M.
regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of pp.ph mnntt.
5vr t .T rl "i-
7 ttt - txiiiett.vv. Jd.
r w - jli. w. o. xx etc, oecy.
Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave.: hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
Called meeting Friday, August 12th
8 p. m. First degree. -
A. & A. S. RITE OB HksE MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month In Masonic Temple.
W. H. McCHlIoaRh. ecy.
SELECT DANCING . ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
EVERY SATURDAY ItZGHT
A. B. C. M.
A- X. O. J.
C R. 326
F. 129 T. V.
F. 370 T. TV.
F. E. W. H.
F. G. W. T.
G. 37 . Owner
H. R. ' Insurance
H. 76 Stranger
J. A. H. 292
J. C. R. 230S
K. 98 92
L. 228 92
M. 260 203
English Snot Drops.
Liverpool, Eng., Aug. 12. Spot de
mand in this nxarket has dwindled to
almost nothing. Sales today amounted
to but 3000 bales. Of this amount 1300
bales were for American account. Re
ceipts were a little heavier than of late
amounting to 5000 bales. Of this
amount 3800 bales are American rot-
ton Spots were easier at a decline
ot o jngiisn points, or s.aia for Amer
ican middling. In the future divis
ion prices opened weak, seven to nine
points lower. At 12:50 p. m. prices
were barely steady, eight to nine Eng
lish points lower than the closing fig
ures of the previous day. The market
ruled steady at a decline throughout
shall. Elizabeth Tlnnin, Marshall; G. E.
Crutcher, Sweetwater. w
At the Grand Central Miss Lena
Kanter, Miss Anna Ivanter, San Angelo.
At the Zeiger Frank G. Davis, Ma
dera. At the Sheldon Mrs. P. S. Johnson,
Vicente Leguera, Chihuahua; L. L. Long
and wife, Madera.
At the St. Regis A. B. Culver, Afcuas
Calientes. Mrs. A. B., Culver, MjfXico;
Jose Del Rieg-o. Chihuanua.
At the Orndorlf L. A. Faires. Chi
huahua, L. J. Harrison and wife, Guad
alajara. At the Grand Central A. B. Robert,
M. D., and family, E. L. Harrison, Casts
TWO YSLETA BOYS IKE
SENT TO COUNTY JAIL
Santa' Cruz Marquex and Fernando
Olg'hin, aged respectively 15 and 13.
Two of the officials-, it is set forth, , have been committed to the county jaiL
have returned to the Illinois Central Pofh tere convicted at Ysleta on
the amounts received by them as div- j charge of smuggling goats.
Idends. These are H. McCourt and Y. -
S. King, each of whom made voluntary
restitution of $13,000 In cash.
The car company repaired cars for
the road, charged several prices for each.
Job and divided the spoils with offi
cials of the road.
EXTRA CAR IS NECESSARY
TO CARRY THE SHERIFFS
G. H. Tram No. 10 carried an extra,
coach east Thursday evening on ac
count of the departure of sheriffs from
the city. The tram left the union sta
tion with the usual number of cars, but
FOR SALE BUSINESS PROPERTY.
CKe to new Roberts-Banner building
well rented; can be handled with ?50ol)'
long time on balance. Don't phone'
Call at office for particulars.
FOR SALE ON TOBIN BOLLEVARD.
A nice 4 Toom brick, modern, sleeping"
porches, built on 2 east front lots. Only
S500 down, balance $30 per month.
Large shade trees, larwn and shrubbery
cement walk. Telephone and electric
Cnjuddy & Daildson,
211 St Louis St.
Spot Sell in Nevr York.
New York, N. Y.. Aug. 12. Consider
able spot cotton has changed hands re
cently. The obvious conclusion from
these purchases which are said to be
fur spinners account, is that somebedy
needs cotton- The spot market got ad
ditional strength from news from
Texas which is that early cotton is
going rapidly out or-" the growers'
hands. Some of it is as high as 15
cents. This takes the depressing ef
fects of the heavy movement away, ana
it is also said that the receipts which
now nearly equal those of the big crop
year of 1908 are due to premature
opening ot the bolls.
Demand at Nerr Orleanm.
New Orleans, La., Aug. 12. Liverpool
cables stated that reports of general
rains in Texas had reached thac mar
ket and had ben responsible for the
aeenne xnere, dui juiverpooi nrmed up
At the St. Regis P. H. TVeissman.
San Francisco; E. Famarlr, Los An
geles, Miss M. Gomer Mallipot, Los
At the Grand Central A. M.
TV. L. Ator, Lps Angeles, Cal.
From New York. '
At the Sheldon Leon A. Pmestam,
G. F. Poundina.
At the St. Regis .Tene Dryfus.
At the Angelus Frank White. '
At the Orndorff N. A. Spencer, Rob
ert Feitzman. ,
At the Zeiger H. D. Rodgers, Kan
At the Sheldon Mrs. A. C. Stretel
and maid, Kansas City; M. J. Morrin,
Kansas City; H. a. Owsley, St. Louis;
A. J. TV. Schmid, St. Louis.
At the St. Regis F. TV. Grice, St
At the Angelus E. Maxwell. St
Louis; C. T Johnson, St. Louis.
At the Sheldon Thomas O. Robert
son, Glasgow. Scotland: E. E. Earn
hardt, Paducah, Ky.
At the St. Regis John H. Riley, Colo
rado Springs, Colo.; M. J. Muey, Louis
ville, Ky., H. F. Breevogel, " Detroit,
At the Angelus Miss J. Newell,
At the Grand Central Gqorge Prln
gle and son, Hot Springs. Ark.
Stanton street station and it was nec
essary to cut In an additional car to
Grandes; Ramon Silva. Guaymaa, So- j it was held up by the gun men at the
nora; josepn it,, cie oiiva, uuaymas, so
nora; Juanta R. Le Torres, Mazatlan,
Sinaloa; Adrian Torres, Mazatlan, Sin
aloa; Hermann Gaedke and family,
Tampico; Felia James and family, Mex
ico, D. F.
From the Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon Lyman I. Murray,
San Francisco; Mrs. Lyman I. Murray.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
G. F. Hawks, superintendent of the
Southwestern, left on train No. 2 Thurs
day evening for the eastern division of
TV. H. TVhalen, division superintend
ent of the Southern Pacific, with head
quarters at Tucson, arrived in the city
Friday morning, traveling in prlvato
S. S.!3-" :san Marios, attacnea to tne uaii-
rormia fast maw. He win return to
Tucson Friday evening.
J. Osburne, chief clerk in the car de
partment of the G. H., returned Friday
morning from San Antonio, where he j
spent his vacation.
E. Williams has been appointed su
perintendent of the rock crusher, at Te
colote, on the eastern division of the
DESCUSSIOf OF FREIGHT RATES
f BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The board of directors of the cham
ber of commerzee met Friday afternoon
to discuss the E! Paso freight rates that
are now in use on the different railroads
entering El Paso.
TEXAS FARMERS' UNION
TO MOVS HEADQUARTERS
Fort TVorth, Texas. Aug. 12. It is
announcc-d here today that the Texas
Farmers union will remove its head
quarters from this city within the next
month, because the local board of trade
refuses to pay the rental of the head
quarters offices, as has been the cus
tom heretofore. ..
Offers have been received from Dal
las, Greenville and Terrell and the of
fices will be removed to one of those I
FEDERAL BUILDING NOTES.
George B. Oliver, of the United States
commissioners court, will le.ve Satur
day for Cloudcroft to spendSunday.
Postal clerk B. E. Sampson, of the
railway mail service, has gone- tp Los
Angeles on his vacation.
Three mules belonging to a north
side groceryjrian wandered across the
dry bad of the river and had to be
brought back by formal entry through
the custom house Friday.
A seizure of horses and goats thought
I to have been smuggled from Mexico
was made below the city by the mount
ed! customs Inspectors Thursday. They
will be sold on the steps of the federal
Civil service examinations are to be
held at the federal building during Sep
tember for positions of civil engineer
and superintendent of construction, ma
rine draftsman for the Panama canal
service, and for the position of tinner
in the government service.
SOLDIERS STILL MISSING.
Nothing has been heard from pri
vate Hungate and prisoner Fenley who
left Fort Bliss Thursday and are
thought to be In Juarez, a search of
he Mexican side has been made by a
detail of soldiers from the fort but
nothing has been heard of the two men.
The reward of S50 for the return of each
of the soldier Is still offered by the
commanding officer at the post.
EL PASO POLICE BUSY,
twithstanding that the summer
months are wsyallv the dullest times in
"police circles, Tdnrrsday there were 21
arrests jnv.de by the city officers.
Chas. J. Anstrand and -wife returned
as soon as the local market opened and I Thursday night from an extended east
was steadied by denials of general era pleasure trip.
OFFICIALS OF TEXAS
C0MPAKY AT TOYAH.
Toah. Texas. Aug. 12. F. TV. Free
man, manager of the Texas Oil company
at El Paso, is at the oil fields. It is
supposed that he will remain here
awaiting the arrival of the ho-id officials.
,ho are evpected here today for the
purpose of making a general "inspection
and a test of the well.
Yon can easilv sell it
Gall BeH 115, Auto 1115
tell the girl what it ia
and The Herald will sell
It. No bother, no tonn-