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Thursday, Sept. 22, 1910. ' 11 1 Use Herald Want Ads fori Prompt Results. Rates for Classified Ads. One cent per word. No charge less than. $ .25 Six consecutive inser tions, per word ..... .05 By month, per line 1.00 A LETTER FOR TOU. Replies cent in care of The Herald office -ware awaiting the following 'ad vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not later than one -week after being bulletined: A- B. C. S. S. B. A. XJ. N. M. B. B. Vendor D. Farm D. 77 -Swell Kesidence G. 5512 Pecos I. 134 . Diamonds J. 354 - 39 J. H97 705 K. 7 259 O L Co. For Sale Real Estate. We have customers for several 5 and 6 room cottages. If you have one to sell list it with us. , We want your rent property listed with us. We can rent it. See us for valley lands. :Let us build you a home as you want it, on monthly payments. We write all kinds of insurance. HENRY & HUGHES, No. 30 City National Bcnk Building;. Phone Xo. 260. DO YOU WANT A H03D3? IF YOU DO, YOU WILL SURELY BE INTERESTED IN THIS BEAl'TIPUL NEW DWELLING. MODERN IN EV ERY" DETAIL. SOUTH FRONT. SIX R003IS WITH HALL. BATH ROOM, WITH FOUR ROOMS IN THE BASE MENT: TEN ROOMS IN ALL. .STA BLE, CARRIAGE HOUSE AND STORE ROOM IN THE REAR OF LOT. THE LOT IS 43 FEET BY 120 FEET. THIS FINE DWELLING IS ONE OF THE ARIZONA STREET BEAUTD7UL HOMES. IT IS WORTH $7000. OWNER HAS BEEN CAX.LED EAST ON A SAD MISSION AND WISHES TO SELL THE PLACE. SHE WILL ACCEPT $4750. TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER. R. H. THORNE, NO. 518 SAN FRAN CISCO STREET, WILL SHOW ALL COMERS. FOR SALE. 50 acres near the El Paso dairy farm about S miles below El Paso. This land has been under cultivation within the past 3 years. A fine chance to resell in tracts of 1 t 5 acres each at a good advance. Price $175 per acre; terms 1-3 cash, balance 1 and "2 years at 8 per cent. Five lots on Boulevard corner, in Bassett's addition; 3 blocks north of Southwestern -shops. Price $400 per lot; terms. Close ln on TJpson Ave. we have a de sirable building site, 37xl20 feet. r: e-:rnn jr.iut: pj.vu. I 5o00U will ouy on .aiesa Ave., near Boulevard, a 5 room brick cottage. Compare this price with other prop erties offered for sale on this street, and you will find this to be the best bargain offered. FOR RENT. 703 Brown St., 5 rooms $25.00 fll E. Overland, 4 rooms 25.00 201 W. Rio Grand. 6 room 35.00 BEHR & WATTS, WE "WRITE FIRE INSURANCE, MONEY TO LOAJS. CITY NATL. BANK BI.DG., XL4 Pioneer Plaza. Phone 454 SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. 4000 acres of lower valley, between 40D and 500 acres of firstclass valley land, plenty of timber, water and grass, small house, corrals and. pump, balance of land fine pasture, all un der fence. We have had. this on our list at $2.50 per acre, but owing to the fact that the owner Is compelled to sell within the next couple of weeks he has authorized us to accept prac- 1 tically the oest offer obtainable. He will throw in as a BONUS a lease of 1000 acres of fine valley land adjoining at 3c an acre. 7 rooms, Magoffin Ave. Will .sell beautiful furniture and lease, $200. Must leave city; fearful sacrifice. By renting part of 'house you get a lovely home free of rent, water,vgas, etc.. and then some. R. C. BAILEY LAND CO., 306 Mesa Ave. (Grndorff Hotel Bldg.) ARE YOU LOOKING for a nice home? If So, .we have it Eix-room red pressed brick, 1900 block on Arizona; lot 43x120. south front, 2 basement rooms, nice outbuildings, and can be bought for $50 a month. Price $4650. BARGAIN IN UPPER VALLEY. 50 acres at Anthony, 20 miles from El Paso; all in cultivation, with 3-room adobe house, fences, corrals, etc; will clear 'over $2000 this year and place .should pay for Itself In 2 years; land next to it selling for $125 per acre, up. This Is a snap and. the terms are easy. NICE 9-ROOM 2-story brick on Brown street, near Boulevard, good location and house has been newly renovated and papered and is a bargain at $5300. Good terms. We write insurance Fire, Accident, Plate Glass and give the best rates in ""eliabLe companies. W. F. PAYNE Angelas Hotel BuIIdlHf NEW" S ROOM HOUSE. What have you in unimproved valley land to trade for one of the prettiest 8 room houses in the citv on Rio Grande St? The priqe on this place is right and if you have valley land to trade we know we can satisfy you. Come in and see us about it JUST WIAT YOU ART LOOKING FOR. This new 8 room house, south front on corner, red pressed brick, full basement. Everything strictly modern and if taken at once we will finish the interior to suit purchaser. Has large front porch with cement floor, large screened in ' back porch. Location, North Campbell St Best view in city. Let us show you and quote price, the terms monthly if desired. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY To get one of these three building sites at a price that will make you buy If you want the best locations In the city, 2 lots in each site. One on Montana St, one on Boulevard, the other on N. Campbell St. Let us show j-ou these. ANDERSON-FILLER REALTY CO., Over Watson's Grocery. Bell 491.' LOWER VALLEY BARGAIN. 757 acres of very fine land. 420 acres in the valley, rest level table land. Over 100 acres cleared. One mile of a town, five miles from the macadam road. This is the best buy In the valley. $18.50 per acre. 1-3 cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. VETER3LVN-L.VNSDEN REALTY CO., Zxx a rings uiacis, Jisieta. xex. VWVWiWWVVVitVUS Home The world's thought centers about the magic word Home. You want one if you have none. Maybe you have one to sell so that you may buy a better one. In either case you want to pick from scores of bargains. Our little Want -Ads will put you in touch with the right people glance over the Eeal Es tate bargains on our classified pages today. IVVAVWSVWVWV'WWW Too Late to Classify. EYEGLASS COMFORT? Ask Segall. FOR SALE. A good phaeton and "harness. Will sell cheap for cash. Call at 207 St. Louis St. Bell phone 843. ROOMS WITH BOARD in private fam ily; suite of 2 rooms and porch; loca tion close in; very desirable. Bell 2754. A. FIXE ROOMING HOUSE or small hotel for rent Nov. 1st. Inquire 515 J Mesa, mornings. HOMES SOLI) OX EASY PAYMENTS. - Anderson-Filler Realty Co. GOOD BOY WANTED at Boulevard Drug store, corner Boulevard and Flor ence,. 510,000 VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES. Well secured, to sell or trade or ex change for city property. Davlsson Realty Co., Cor. Stanton and Texas Sts. WANTED The management of room ing house by lady of refinement and experience; no incumbrance; references exchanged. Small compensation and housekeeping rooms required. Write M. M. M.. Herald office. 0-ROOM COTTAGE ON ARIZONA. Lot 43x120, south front; all rooms with gas, and modern throughout; only $4600; $900 down, balance like rent, HOL3IAN & HATCHER, Morgan Bldg. FOR SALE IT "WILL BE TO YOUR. ADVANTAGE And profit to investigate this proposi tion before purchasing a home. A mod ern 6 room red pressed brick, norh side, in paved district, 2 south front lots. $1000 less than cost; good terms. Cassldy & Davidson, Sole Agents. NEED GLASSES? Ask Segall. COMPETENT YOUNG MAN wants em ployment of any kind; references. Write 56, Herald. WANTED Young man. Apply to Foreman El Paso Dairy Co.. east end of Second St 13 ACRES Ten miles below city," on county road; 200 pear trees, 150 peach, 5-horse pump ing plant, on canal, good 4-room house. Good buy. $3S00; one-third cash. HOLMAN & HATCHER, Morgan BIdg. WANTED 10 men each with $1000 to uy 1000 acres each in new settlement in Mexico. Other payments in work. Good conditions. Write K. 54. Herald. FOR SALE Small safe, new, cheap. Auto. 2454. FOR RENT Attractive rooms in pri vate family close in on Rio . Grande St. References. Bell phone 2620. MAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley land. FOR SALE. MONTANA ST. CORNER, 3500. Not the built for sale kind. This was built for a home. No expense spared. 6 large rooms; all the modern con veniences. 2 full lots. Can give good terms. Cassidr & Davidson, Sol,e Agents. LIST YOUTJR PROPERTY WITH Anderson-Filler Realty Co. Over Watson's Grocery. Phone 491. FOR RENT Two furnished connecting housekeeping rooms. 1400 Boulevard. Phone 1134. NEW HOME ON PRdSPECT AVE. j Fine 2 story red pressed brick, 8 large rooms, den and hall, modern in every way. The finish is something fine. This house was built for particu lar pebple. Price and terms both right. Heineman-Morrison Real Estate Co., 207 Mills St. FOR ALE 7 good iron beds, also fine feather pillows, one "hall carpet; all cheap. Bell phone 1598. FOR BETTER. GLASSES Ask SegaU. WANTED Rosenthal's Spanish Rec ords with phonograph. State price. Address "Spanish," P. O. box 624. FOR RENT 3 room brick, pantry, closet, new interior; j& block car line. 518 San Jose, or 304 Portland Ave. MAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley land. WANTED TO BUY direct from owner, rooming house of about 20 rooms, lo cated north of tracks; must be paying proposition. Address C X., care Her ald. 135 ACRES NEAR BELEN 65 acres in alfalfa, 20 acres ready to seed; rest eas,y to put in; 10-horse pumping plant, good house; at $100 per acre. HOLMAN & HATCHER, Morgan Bldg. SIR. KENT VICTIM, How is this? Pay $150 cash, then monthly payments of $25 will buy this 4 room cottage; gas, electric light and phone; near car line. located west of Cotton Ave. Price $2900. Cassldy Davidson. DO YOU WANT THE BEST BUILT HOUSE ON MONTANA ST.? New 5 room red pressed brick, large reception hall; modern In every way: large cement porch, large screened back porch, terraced lot cement walks, street paved, south front; In fact one of the most uptodate places on the street Price $5000. cash. Helneman-MorrlsoH JRjcbI Estate Co., 207 Mills St 3IAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley land. FOR RENT. 105 E. Missouri, 4 rooms $32.50 513 Newman, 4 rooms.? 15.00 1327 Myrtle, 5 rooms $25.00 209 W. Rio Grande; 8 rooms 50.00 1604 Boulevard, 7 rooms (fur.) . . . 35.00 710 N Oregon. 3 rooms 18.00 1116 N. Oregon. 6 rooms 50.00 2312 Wyoming St. 3 rooms (fur.) 20.00 2917 Durazno St. 5 rooms 18.00 914 N. Octavia. 6 rooms 30.00 604 StewaTt St. 9 rooms' 40.00 S13 Mesa. 3 rooms 50.00 411 Willow St, 5 rooms 20.00 Hafford & Collier, 417 Mesa Ave Bell Phone 615. J. A. BENNETT RETIRES FROM FIRM On September 20th J. A. Bennett re tires from the firm of Anderson-Bennett Realty Co., and in future the busi ness will be conducted by A. E An derson and F. M. Filler, under the name of Anderson-Filler Realty Co. All liabilities of the former company to be assumed by the latter. ANDERSON-FILLER REALTY CO.. Over Watson's Grocery. Bell 401. A CUT IN THE PRICE. Twelve lots at the head of Montana St; every city convenience; close to car line; lots in next block sell for $450 each. You can bujT the 12 for $3000; 1-3 cash, balance 1 and 2 years. Helnemnn-Morrisou ' Real Estate Co., 207 MI113 St iSVN. VlU'iVWrt,VftftAiWtVWA1''tVWWWVVW Too .bate To Classify. EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segall. AVE BUILD HOMES. Anderson-Filler Realty Co. BEST BUY IN THE VALLEY. We can show you. See us. Kettler Realty Co., SOS Mesa Ave. A YOUNG MAN IN HEREFORD. lexas, .writes: -'I received the truss and if "fit m n0rfan,. t 7 . ". hundreds of dollars to me for I had C "vpe ui ever nnaing a truss i nmt vuma neip me. I can now do any Kind of work with comfort'"My' trusses will do the same for you. Box 977. El Paso. IF YOU DOUBT THIS LET US PROVE IT TO YOU. At bOS Mundy Ave. we have a beau tiful 9 room house in good repair; fine location. For a few days we have this fPendid bargain to offer at $4500. If this is not a snap, show us one. Only ?300 cash, balance monthly payments, or terms to suit. Downing & CroTvell, 209 Mesa Ave. Phone 57S. LOTS WANTED In Government Hill or French addi tions as part payment on a 4 room frame on 2 corner lots in East El Paso. Jay F. Knox, Room 4 Stevens Building. EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER, sin gle lady, desires position; best ref erences. X. 133, care Herald. THE CIRCUS Will be here on the 29th. You will want to go. But if you do go you will be sick with a headache all next day. Now if ybu had a pair of properly fit ted glasses you would not have the headache. Have them fitted at once and you will enjoy the show and not suffer afterwards. Geo. D. Kendall, 208 Mesa Ave.. Makes Glasses Right. WE SELL VALLEY LAND. Anderson-Filler Realty Co. BEST BUY IN THE VALLEY. Come in, let's talk it over. Kettier Realty Co. Phone 52. BUY AN ESTABLISHED BUSINESS. We have several grocery stores for quick sale; also candy shops, restaur ants, hardware and dry goods business opportunities for your consideration. John Barbrick. &. Co., 210 N. Stanton. Phone 537. WANTED Refined gentlemen to room and board in private family. All home conveniences. 209 S. Florence. NICELY furnished suites for light housekeeping; gas ranges, electric light, bath. 619 S. El Paso St. FOR TRADE Practically new- model T Ford car; run 2200 miles, in firstclass condition, for land in Brewster, Ter rell, Presidio or Pecos counties. Ad dress K. 44, Herald. "WANTED Six young men to board; nice large screened porch, 'homelike. Price $20 per month Mrs.. J. L. Locke, 807 N. Florence St FIRSTCLASS BOARD VTVTI ROOM 703 !S". Campbell. Reasonable rates. FOR SALE New 6 room brick cottage, 2 large lots, brick barn: cost $4000: will take $2500; small payment down, balance S25 ner month- 7 nprcpnt- walking distance, 2 blocks from street car and paved street. Going away. Ad dress Ward, Owner, Herald. LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF CITY. CASH TER3IS AND TRADE. Alexander Add.,, lots 11, 12 and 13 In block 9, for quick sale and good terms; 1-3 down, 1 to. 4 years on balance. Two lots, Mundy, blk. 8, lots 9 and 10. $2225. Six room house, 1700 block, Rio Grande, all modern, CO by 120. Price $4500; terms. Or will consider trade for upper valley land. Six room house on Arizona St., 1900 block, $4750. $700 down, balance good terms. Six room house In Highland Park, cash or trade for valley land. $3700. 700 block, Wyoming, 6 room house, cash, or consider land trade. John Barbrick & Co 210 X. Stanton. SACRIFICE SALE IN HOME. We can prove up, party going away. See us for price and particulars. No information over phone. Ivettler Realty Co., 30S Mesa Ave. 20-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE On Missouri street, close in, at a big sacrifice. Get busy. HOLMAN & HATCHER. Morgan Bldg. BROKEN GLASSES? Ask Segall. FOR RENT CLOSE IN HOUSES. 419 N. El Paso, 15 rooms, $90. 811 Mesa Ave., 5 rooms, $25. Also two 8 room bricks in Tobin's Second addition; very low rent. One 5 room frame house with large yard, chicken houses, sheds, etc., in To ulns' Washington Park addition. $15. I ihave a number of large and small houses in Tobin, Texas, at very low rent Frank R. Tohin, ' El Paso and Franklin Sts. Phone 2271. On Sept 10th will move my main office to Tobin, Texas. , Local and long distance phone 2271. WANTED A Campbell. housegirl at 707 N. YOUNG DRIVING HORSE FOR SALE Perfectly gentle and good under saddle. No cheap outfit Phone 822. ROOMING HOUSES. LOOK, HERE IS ONE FOR YOU. ALL CLOSE IN. 9 room house, part cash and terms $ 550.00 12 rooms house, part cash and terms 600.00 16 room house, all cash 1050.00 25 room house, ail cash 1050.00 30 room house, all cash 500.00 24 room house, one-half cash and terms . 1050.00 10 room house, all cash 900.00 32 room house, part cash and terms 2750.00 20 room house, part cash and terms ..j 3000.00 8 rooms furnished and 8 un furnished, cash 450.00 John Barbrick & Co., 210 N. Stanton. Phone 537. HERE IS THE BEST BUY IN EL PASO TODAY. This beautiful 5 room brick residence in Altura Park, half block of car line. Has bath, sleeping porch, electric lights, gas now being Installed. Hard wood floors throughout cement porch and fence. This house is partially furnished and strictly modern in every respect. The price Is $3500. A pay ment of $500 cash is necessary and the balance we can arrange to suit pur chaser. We will take pleasure in showing you this place. Downing & Cro-jvell. RenI Esiate. Rentals, Fire Underwriters, Liability Insurance, Burglary Insurance, Surety Bonds. Bell Phone 578: Automatic 2050. 209 Mesa Ave. , Too Late To Classify. FOR RENT A 4 room completely fur nisned cottage, all modem conveni ences. 906 It,. Missouri. WANTED Position by firstclass pipe fitter;, 9 years experience; best refer ences. Adaress B. 63. care Herald. WANTED Position by a young man, college graduate: best references: ! ca" ao a" xma or worK, oitice. out- I SSI? ln a store' Address B- caru I WANTED Four foot flat top 'office desk, also office chair; must be irood and cheap. Phone 2245 M. FOR RENT 2 furnished or unfur nished rooms, bath and sleeping porch. 407 River. Bell phone 3557 M. FOR SALE C. L. Berger & Sons min ing transit, $250. at 421 Mesa. SINGLE ROOMS $2.50 WEEK. Santa Fe. Board optional. 625 N. POSITION WANTED by Japanese; gen eral xiuuneworK. 1. AL. 514 S. El Paso. FOR RENT-2 nicely furnished hoiTI sick or children taken. , "'""o V'""-3 " ymie xamuy; no 912 N. Stan- ton St. is AA TED a good maid. neat, willing and capable. Apply before 10 a. m.. or after o p. m. 1111 Terrace St. HOME FOR RENT 3 room house, partly furnished, on 4 lots, chicken fenced, chicken houses. Or will sell J. L. Tucker. Phone 26S9. P. O. box 847. ONLY $50 DOWN. Balance $20 per month, will ,buy this new 3 room modern red pressed brick; would consider lots as part payment. Jay F. Knox, Room 4 Stevens Building. Bell Phone 478. A BIG TEXAS ST. SNAP. SEE US ABOUT IT QUICK. -r. i ? Pnui?e bargain. '5 room mod ern brick cottage and 2 lots for $2950 Is the best buy on Texas St.; terms easy. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. 53475 BUYS A COTTAGE ON CALI FORNIA ST. South front, well located. Our terms are easy, only 5400 cash and the bal ance $3o per month. "It's a good buy. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. WE CAN SELL YOU A NEW AND MODERN COTTAGE ON RIO GRANDE ST. For only $4500. Has 6 largs rooms, 2 big porches, cement walks, curb and retaining wall and our terms are very easy. See us about It. Lone Star Land, Co., 213 Texas St.. "WANTED An American boy about 14 or 15 years old to work in erocerv store. One with wheel preferred. ' Ap ply 805 N. Oregon. WANTED by October 1st. suite of un furnished housekeeping rooms by young couple; state particulars. Ad dress C. Wi Caspary, 511 Corto St BASEMENT FOR RENT Large well lighted, finished basement; 50x50 feet floor space. Located under Richards Jewelry store, new Herald building. Apply to Agent Herald building for particulars. Room 326. Herald building. OFFICES FOR RENT Suite of 5 ele gant offices fronting on Plaza and San Francisco Sts., -on second floor new Herald building.. Attractive proposi tion to reliable firm taking entire suite. Apply for particulars to Agent. Herald building, 326, top floor. "WANTED By young man. work in restaurant; kitchen work preferred. Phone Bell 2202. B. Carson, FOR RENT Rooms furnished for light housekeeping; no sick. 1201 N. El Paso. STOCKMEN AND CATTLEMEN ATTENTION. Mule and horse breeding ranch. Get In and help organize. Owner has "15,000 acres 200 miles west of here and 15 miles In Mexico, with 50,000 acres to graze over. Has 200 brood mares and ca-n lease 700 m'ore. Wants some one to buy the jacks and stallions. A fine chance to work into big money for a comparatively small investment. John Barbrick &. Co., 210 N. Stanton. Both Phones. SNAP ON N. ANGE. This 6 room red pressed brick In a fine district. As" fine a sleeping porch as can be found. Price $4100 on good terms. Jay F. Knox. Room 4 Stevens Building. FOR RENT -Very large well fur nished room with good board; fine lo cation and all conveniences. Phone 2719. FOR RENT- 2 front rooms furnished for light housekeeping: bath, private entrance. 801 "Wyoming. Phone 103S. FOR SALE Phone 2333. CHEAP Heavy horse. FOR RENT Suite of furnished rooms with private bath; meals IV desired; best residence district: private familv: references exchanged. Phone 1994 Bell. Masonic Notices. EL PASO LODGE. NO. 13C, A. F. A A.M. Regular meetings 1st and 3rd Wednesdcys of each month. Ix E. Gillett W. M. E. W. S. Neff. Secy. Maiionlc Relief Board 106 Mesa Ave.: hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. A. & A. S. RITE OF- PitEK 3L4.SONRY. Meets the second and third Mondays of each month In Masonic Temple. W. H. aTfCiilIonch. Secy. SELECT DANCING SSE5LY, FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL, EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT. MOONSHINING IN TEXAS IS CHARGED Dallas. Tex., Sept. 22. Following the discovery of a small still 12 miles southwest of Kauffman, M. T. Tucker was placed under arrest and brought here where he was lodged in jail today. His examining trial wll be October 1. It is the first case of the kind in north Texas in five jears. RAILROAD SELLS OLD RAILS. Houston, Tex., Sept. 22. The San Antonio and Aransas Pass railroad this morning closed a deal for the sale of 100 miles of 52 pound steel rails to the National Iron and Stdel company. The railroad Intends re placing the track with 80 pound rails. The old rails will be worked over by a steel company here. and MONEY AND METALS. New Yorfe Quotations. By Associated Press. New York, Sept- 22. Call money j. & a z. Prime mercantile paper. 56 per cent. CIounc: (iuotaUoHa Today. Bar silver, 53. Desilvered lead, firm, ?4.37& Copper, quiet, standard spot, 12.20 fp 12.25; Oct., same. Spelter (St. Louis quotation) ?5.5. Mexican Conai-s. -J4c. Current Smelter Quotation. EI Paso SniPlter.) Bar silver 53 Copper (wire bars) 12.4 Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) ..12,275 Lead (London sales prices). 12, sl3, d9 Lead (New York sales prices) $4.40 Weekly Aernsc (Douglas Smelter Quotations.) Bar silver 53 Copper i 42 itew yoke: listed SHOCKS. (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz. Amalgamated 63 Amer. Smelters .... ' 66s American Sugar, pref .116 ' Atchison 99 Anaconda '.'.'. 39 Colo. Fuel & Iron....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'. 29" Erie Ry jreat -ortnern, pref 1267& M., V&T?. ?. dIv-"--'----"'"-lJf 1 wo. .fac R53: Northern Pacific nci! Reading 143 Rock Island 31 Southern Pac '.'.'.'.'.'. "lla Union Pac 166 IJ. S. Steel, com 116 BOSTON LISTED STOCKS (Br Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co., Glone, Ariz.) Ariz. Commercial 16 DOSL. v.orD 13 Calumet & Ariz 59 1 Copper ..Range 66' Giroux 6 Greene Cananea 6 Helvetia '. 3 3i6 Miami 19 Nevada Con 20 North Butte 278 Old Dominion 35 Shannon 9 Sup. & Boston 7 Sup. & Pittsburg 11 Trinity 5 U. S. Smelters, com 36V Utah Con 22 Utah Copper 45 UNLISTElTsTOCKS. (By SpecialWire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.) Ariz.-Mich., pt pd .'.. ISc Cactus .... 1 Cal. & Montana .' 90c Chino Cop. Co 17 Chief Con -" 1& Cordova, pt pd. Asked 25c Cordova, full'pd. Asked lr Denn-Ariz 2-& Train Bulletin. Southwestern train No. 33, from the east, due in El Paso at 7:40 p. m., Thursday, Is reported 40 minutes late. All other afternoon trains are reported on time. Watson Cries "Fraud." Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 22. To disregard the nomination of Hoke Smith for gov ernor because of alleged fraud in the primary which1 chose him was the ad vice of Thomas E. Watson, once Popu list candidate for the presidency, in a speech at a mass meting called by him self here last night. Home Made Horseradish. "We -have some excellent home made horseradish which goes nicely with that Weisel sausage In our Delicatessen de partment. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Trainmen Ask Increase. Chicago, Sept 22. Seventy-five thou sand locomotive engineers, trainmen and conductors on all the railroad sys tems in the west are preparing to open negotiations with railroad managers for a wage increase of approximately 15 percent The englners' general com mittee will arrive in Chicago next Mon day to meet the managers. Dr. Anna Ream, lady physician, rest dence 812 Magoffin. Both phones. Peach ice cream delivered after sup per. Phone the Elite. Smoot's Son Weds. Salt Ilake City, Sept 22. Harold, oldest son of senator Reed R. Smoot was married here yesterday to Miss Alice Nibley. The ceremony was per formed in the Mormon temple to the rights of that faith. The bride is the daughter of C. W. Nibley, presiding bishop of the church. Mr. Smoot and wife will live In Washington. Colorado Peaches. We have some nice Colorado peaches, both clings and freestones. Make good peach preserves. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason able price. Over Guarantee shoe store. C. L. BHIIngton, 709 Magoffin. Tel. 14S9, painting, paper hanging, decorating Bnllinger Promises Exposure". Denver, Colo., Sept 22. "When I get foot loose from public office I intend to aevote a part oi my time to giving to the American people some idea of the purity of the lives of my traducers," said secretary of the interior Richard A. Ballinger at a banquet given in his honor by the Denver chamber of com merce and the real estate men. A Barrel of Sauerkraut. Another barrel of tlmt most excel lent Heinz sauerkraut was opened to day at this store. ' Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. More Land Withdrawn. Washington, D. C. Sept. 22. Presi dent Taft has withdrawn from entry approximately 70.3S3 acres of land in California and Colorado. Lands approx imating 1327 acres are situated alonj r 1 jkj ews Brevities the East Walker river In California, j tive Indian is rapidly becoming -VmeH-They are believed to be for power pur- icanlzed was demonstrated here ves- woco. .Hi-joe iu vuiviauu aac in mo STOCKS A2TD BONDS, COPPERS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS, LIVESTOCK, WOOL AUD COTTON. Ely Cent 50c Godfield Con S& Inspiration Cop 1 8 Live Oak Dev . 16 Mason Valley .- 9 Nat. Mng. Exp 8c New Keystone 3 . Ohio Copper 1 Pinto Copper 15c Ray Central 2 1-3 Ray Consolidated ..-. 1,4 San Antonio, pt pd 5 Shattuck 24 Superior & Globe, pt pd .". . 20c -, Grain and Provisions. Chicago Grain. Close. Wheat -' Dec .. May Corn Dec . May . Oat Dec . May . .$1.00 . 1.06 " 51 54 3434 37 ?i - Chicago Provisions. Close. Fork Oct $18.95 Jan 18.00 Iara Oct a $12.35 Jan 510.60 10.62 Ribs Oct $11.25 Jan 9.57 LIVESTOCK Chicago Livestock. Close. Chicago, 111.. Sept. 22. Cattle Re ceipts 5500, steady. Beeves, $4.90 8.30; Texas steers, $3.75 6.00; western steers, 54.40(g) 1. 10; stockers and feed ers, $4.30 6.00; cows and heifers. $2.25 6.50; calves, $7.0010.00. Hogs Receipts 12,000; steady to shade lower. Light. $9.00 9.40; mixed. $8.259.35, heavy. $8.159.20; rough. $S.158.35; good to choice heavy. 5S.35 9.20; pigs, $8.409.30; bulk. $8.508.95. Sheep Receipts 33,000; weak. Na tive, $2.654.45, western, $3.254.40; yearlings, $4.755.70 lambs, native, $5.25ri.00; western, $o.507.00. ' Kansas City Livestock- Close. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 22. Cattle Receipts S000, including 600 southerns; strong. Native steers, $5.25S.OO; southern steers. $3.75 5.00; southern cows, $3.00g4.2o; native cows and heifers, $2.60 7.00; stockers and feed ers, $3.25 6.25; bulls, $3.25 4.50; calves, $4.00 8.50; western steers, $4.50 7.10; western cows. $2.75 5.25. Hogs Receipts 4500; steady to shade lower; bulk, $S.909.25; heavy, $S.S0 9.10; packers and butchers, $S.959.20; light, $9.109.30. , Sheep Receipts 1200; steady to 10c lower. Muttons, $.4.004.60; lambs, $6.007.00; fed wethers and yearling; $4.00 5.50; fed western ewes, $3.75 4.35. Fort "Worth Livestock. Cloce-. Fort Worth, Tex., Sept 22. Cattle Receipts 5300; hogs 2000. Steers steady. $4.S5; cows steady. $4.25; calves steady. $5.65. Hogs Lower, $9.25. WOOL - St. Loula Wool. Close. St Louis. Mo.. Sept 22. Wool un changed. Territory and western me diums. 1S(23; fine mediums. 1720; fine, 1417. Gronwood springs section and amount toN about -69,055 acres. They are coal lands and were withdrawn to permit the general survey to classify the grades of coal. This withdrawal makes the total of coal lands withdrawn in Colorado approximiatedly 6,295,138 acres. Dr. Prentiss, practice limited to dis eases of stomach, intestines and liver. Rio Grande Bank building. Dr. J. A. iledrick, surgeon and1 gyne cologist Roberts-Banner building. Charged With Theft of Gold. Seattle, Wash.. Sept. 22. John Ti berg, the young miner who arrived here from Nome last week with $14,435 in gold slugs and was arrested on the charge that he had stolen the gold from the sluice boxes for the Pioneer Mining company, agreed to return to Nome for trial without extradition pro ceedings. A dispatch from Nome says that two other employes of the com pany have been arrested. World's Best Table Water. "White Rock table water is superior to any other known water. A carload is here, bothdistilled and charged. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Valuable Alaskan Cargoes Seattle, Wash., Sept 22. The steam ship Umatilla, which arrived yesterday from Nome, brought a cargo valued at $1,000,000. Besides gold, the ship car ried whalebone, furs and walrus Ivory. Other steamers yet to arrive from Ber ing Sea will bring similar cargoes. A letter from Iditarod estimates next year's gold output at $5,000,000, the writer asserting that the claims have only been scratched thus far. NOTICE. We have understood that there Is some report circulating among our for mer patrrns that we were going out of business. Any such report is erroneous and false We have some new men with us that are experienced transfer and liv ery men and fully capable of runnins our business in perfectly satisfactory1 manner with our patrons and we appre-' elate favors extended us in past and I are ready at all times to serve our irjenas Pomeioy El Paso Transfer Co. W. J. Harris, President W. C. Davis, Vice President J. W. Davis, Manager. Mexican Celebration. Mexico City. Sept. 22. The new wa terworks system of Mexico City was inaugurated here yesterday by vice president Ramon Corral. Another fea ture of the program was the unveiling of a marble tablet in memory of the imprisonment of the patriot. .Tosp Maria Morelos, just prior to his execu- tion by Spanish soldiers. The National university or .Mexico was inaugurated today in honor of the first centennial. Welsel's Snnsnges. Weisel. of Milwaukee, is "known all over the United States as the king of sausage makers. We handle Weisel sausage because it's the best. Just received the following: Headcheese. Hard salama. Liverwurst. Bloodwurst. Weinerwursts. Ring bologna. ' All in our Delk-atessen department. Jnckyon's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Indians on a Strike. Phoenix. Ariz., bent 22. ty,- ,. iwuii - wnen ou men of the Pitta tribe, RELIABLE BUSINESS PEOPLE WHO WANT YOUR TRADE TVnilwTights SIDEBOTHAM BROS. Are prepared to instal air kinds ot mining and milling machinery, hoisting works and conveyers. Residence 341J Hueca street. Bell phone 1116. Specialist DR. CARL S3IITH (3IEN ONLY) 107 San Antonio St. Auto 2151. Mattress Renovating 3IETROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO. Furniture repaired and varnished. 219 South Stanton St.- Both phones. Hair Dressing ESTHER ALLEN. Mntnl.w 211 St. Louis St. Bell 1966 Dentists DR. LEE McINTOSH PainlessJDentist.. 211 San Antonio St. ebployed in building bridges for the government, went on a strike because of the nonarrival of pay checks. Re cently those same Indians struck for an eight hour working day. Their de mand was granted. Dr. w. r. Wceics, chronic diseases. Dr. Leslye Hyde, osteopathic physi cian, S14 Mesa. Let us suggest a dainty frozen desert. Phone the Elite any time. Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's. PEOBLEM IS PUT UP TO BAILROADS Must Meet Constantly In creasing Cost of Oper ation, but How? Chicago, 111., Sept 22. The inter state commerce commissioner, Lane, today indicated at the rate hearing in. progress here that the railroad wnnM have to meet a constantly Increasing cost of operation by some other means than that proposed increase of rates. "As the country develops," said the commissioner, "there will he more and more freight delivered to carriers and by the reasoning of railroad officials here, that means increased cost per unit of service upon which they will demand an increasing scale of rates. I regard it as a serious menace to the western country if the rates are con stantly increased. We must work out this problem on ofther lines. If not there is no time when we can say the maximum rates have been reached." Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's. SOUTHERNERS ARE EOR ROOSEVELT Lakes to the Gulf Waterway Association Endorses the Colonel: New Orleans, La., Sept 22. That the Lakes to Gulf Deep Waterway associ ation will give Roosevelt its support if the colonel wants to go back to the white house for a third term is indi cated in a letter to W. K. Kavanaugh president of that organization which mas made public here this morning Kavanaugh bitterly arraigns Taft fbr his attitude towards the waterway project and especially condemns the president for his failure to appoint Ly man Cooley a member of the board of engineers. He cites Roosevelt's speech at St Paul. v The waterways and allied organiza tions have 350,000 members. The letter was received by Phillip Weilit. presi dent of the New Orleans Progressive Union. ' Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's. H. PASSSNGEE LOSES HIS MONEY Had $200 in a Metal Box Which He Left on Seat of Morning Train. Gaspar Giron, a passenger on G H train No. 9 Thursday morning, lost a box containing , $200 in cash and a number of endorsed checks. He was coming to El Paso on a business mis sion and alighted from the train at the Stanton street depot, forgetting the box containing the money, which he" left on a seat in the car. He missed the box after going down town and immediately gave the alram, but it has not yet been found. Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's. THE WEATHER. Foicavt. For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight and Friday partly cloudy weather. For New Mexico: Showers tonight or Friday except fair southwest por tion; colder east portion Friday. For West Texas: Tonight partly cloudy weather, colder in northwest portion; Friday generally cloudy weather colder in north portion. Local Office U. S. "Weather Barean. El Paso. Tex., Sept 22, 1910. El Paso Readings. 6 a.m. 6 p. m. Today. Yest'dy. Barometer (sea level).. Dry thermometer Wet thermometer Dew point Relative humidity Direction of wind Velocity of wind 29.80 29.76 6S S9 53 59 40 34 36 .15 E. S, E. 7 3 State of weather Clear Pt Cldy Rainfall last 24 liours.. 0 High. temp, last 24 hrs. 92 Low. temp, last 12 hrs. 6S Phone Ardoln's for channel cat. Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's. CHARLTON'S INSANITY PLEA REFUSED BY THE JUDGE Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 22. Porter Charlton lost the opening skirmish in his fight to escape -extradition for the confessed murder at Lake Como, Italy, of his wife, Mary Scott Castle Charlton. Judge Blair, before whom he was arraigned, declined to admit a plea ot Insanity and took the application for his return under advisement An attack on the treaty with Italy, on which ex tradition is asked, thereupon became the main prop of the defnsc. Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's. Phone Ardoin's for channel cat.