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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, October 4, 1910. 9 I Use Herald Want Ads for) Prompt Results. Eates for Classified Ads. One cent per word. No charge less than $ .25 Six consecutive inser- 4-t-m j ric blOnS, per WOrCl U By month, per line 1.00 A LETTER FOR YOU. RepUe; cent In care of The Herald flice were awaiting the following ad vertisers this moraine Theso replies should be called for nol later than one week after being bull-rined: A. G. B. S. W. B. J W. T. J. C. C. H. IL XJ. 44 D. C. C. U. 53 F- C A. B. H. C. Y. B. J. R. H, Y. J. 397 Close In L. M. 229 M. 100 , 999 O. 555 For Sale Eeal Estate. FOR SALE Easy terms. 1 1-6 acres, fronting on Alameda road, 10 minutes ridr from center of town. Ideal spot for home. Address box 221, Las Cru ces FOR SALE CIDZAP Valley farm. Im proved, near El Paso. Price $14,000. $5000 cash. "Will wait long time for balance or take other property any where. P. O. box 604, El Paso. $400 BUYS SQ.UATTER RIGHT to 160 acres fine hay laij under fnce-house, fine wii euuloned with hSrseporverJ One mile to school; 8 miles from Ro deo. For Information write Charles L. Cassady, Rodeo, N. M. ANOTHER BARGAIN. $1250 TEN LOTS $1230. We sold the 10 lots in block 10, but iave 10 south front lots in block 19, Altura Park. The lots are high and perfectly level .and less than block from Fort Bliss car line. If you want a snap buy these Jots. HeIn,emaH-MorrIson Real Estate Co 207 Mills St TWO LOTS, 3 ROOM HOUSE, NOBLE ST., 5300 AND $35 PER MONTH. THIS IS A SPLENDID BUILDING SITE, AND IS OFFERED AT A BARGAIN. OWN ER LEAArING CITY. SIX ROOMS, ARIZONA ST. $4000, EASY PAYMENTS. FOUR ROOM RED PRESSED BRICK, ON FT. BLISS CAR LINE, AVITH FILLY EQUIPPED POULTRY YARD, OA 3LOCK AND HALF. $2200, EASY PAYMENTS. EIGHT ROOM BRICK, WEST RIO GRNDE ST. BEAUTIFUL HOME, AVILL SACRIFICE '$S500, 1-3 CASH, BALANCE EASY. FOLR ROOMS EAST EL PASO. WILL J EXCHANGE FOR VACANT PROP ERTY. NYTHING THAT YOU LIKE IN THE VALLEY. TELL US WHAT YOU WANT. LET US WRITE YOUR FIRE IN SURANCE. . HENRY & HUGHES, 30 CITY NATL. BANK BLDG. PHONE 2G9. HERE IS ONE OF THE BEST BAR GAEVS IN THE UPPER VALLEY. 45 acres mile from La Mesa, on main ditch, all in cultivation, at $67.50. Terms. It is worth your while to in vestigate this. SIX ROOM RED BRICK RESIDENCE, 1905 Arizona, south front, lot 43x120. good outbuildings, 2 basement rooms, Bcreeired porch and modern every way. This beautiful place can be bought for 4650 and paid for monthly. Why not put your rent monej" In a home? HERE ARE TWO NICE HOUSES In JSast El Baso, block 10, on carllne, built on 6 lots and they must go at the low price of $4000 for both. Ask to see thtse. AV. F. PAYNE, Angelus Hotel Bulging. A MONEY 3IAKER AND A MONEY SAATER. $500 cash buys S room brick, 2 mod ern 4 room flate, lot 41x129 on Wyom ing St; street paved, balance $35 per month. This place is rented for $40 a month. It Is the best savings bank in the city. IlelBemaa-MorrlsoH Real Estate Co., 207 Mills St IF Y'OU AVANT SOME BARGAIN'S YOU AVILL FIND THEM LN THIS LIST OF PROPERTD3S. , SEA'EN ROOM TAA'O STORY ajfceJSE, On corner Rio Grande and Lo Sts., one block from Montana St This is one of the best bargains we have had to offer for some time, the rooms are large, the Interior finisjj is of the best large mantel, plenty of closets, nice electric fixtures, and nothing in the city to equal It at the price of $5000. Terms if desired. NEAY EIGHT ROOM TWO STORY RED PRESSED BRICK, Lot 40x120. south front corner Camp bell and Cliff Sts. This house Is just be'ng completed and has lare rooms, plenty of closets, elegant mantel, elec tric fixtures, cement porch In front large sleeping porch upstairs and down in rear, basement tinder entire house. If j'ou want one of the best built houses in the city, look at this one. Price $6800 on easy terms. NEAAr SIX ROOM HOUSE. On N. Kansas St, east front lot 39s 120 feet 6 large rooms and plenty closets, dining room beamed ceilings and- paneled walls, handsome mantel and electric fixtures, large cement porch in front sleeping porch In rear, stone balustrade and columns on front porch. Uptodate in every particular. Price $5000; terms. Call us up and we will be glad to show you these and any others we have on our list ANDERSON-FILLER REALTY CO., Over Watson'.s Grocery. Bell 491. Too Late To Classify. EYEGLASS COMFORT? Ask Segall. MILLINERY Hats made and trimmed to order. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. White flats No. 1. corner Kansas and Franklin. Phone 3472. FOR SALE One heavy horse, 2 wa gons. 1 set of heavy single harness. 311 Erie St Phone 1947. AATILL BUY 25,000 OR 30,000 .ACRES very, very cheap land; will trade clear residence of farm property for two 8 section claims in El Paso, Brewster or Presidio. Write quick if you can de liver goods. E. B. Power, Amarillo, Texas. AVANTED By 2 young men, working, room with sleeping porch in private family; state if will give board; ref erences. Addres H. C. 77, care Herald. Too Late to Classify., IIAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley land. I VALLEY LAAD .fcVRGArXS 10 and 50 1 anrps. Spp AV. F. Payne, Angelus Hotel Building. ONE OF THE PRETTIEST COTTAGES XN TOAVX. , -L.oca.ted in tne Dest residence portiuii j of the city and within walking dis tance oi tne Dusiness centei.. a, uixi gain at $4200. $300 cash, balance easy. ( Lee H. Orndorfr, 200 St. Louis St. $4600 AVILL BUY" all rooms, laxge basement, on lot 43x j izu, south iron' Arizona at. $uu uuwu, Daiance iiko .rent. Hul.nan & Hatcher, Phone 1242. Morgan Building. THIS 3IAY INTEREST YOU. A modern 5 room cottage with full J basement; near high school. Only $50t down, balance like rent, price -izuw. Cwssidy & Da- Idson, 211 St Louis St. HERE ARE SOME SAPS IN R003IING HOUSES. 6 room house, furnished $ 250.00 8 room house, furnished 350.00 9 room house (fur.), close In.. 400.00 10 room house, furnished 900.00 12 room house, furnished 700.00 13 room house, furnished 1200.00 14 room house, furnished 900.00 16 room house, furnished 1000.00 18 room house, furnished 1000.00 25 room house, furnished 1000.00 47 room house, furnished 3000.00 John Barbriclv & Co., 210 N. Stanton St. NEED GLASSES? Ask Segall. HOME ON EASY TERMS. Five room modern brick cottage on 1 lots; near S. W. shops; $150 cash, .balance $25 per month. "OB$LeenH;OrHiJ0xff, 200 St. Loni.s St. AVILL TRADE THREE TO RE S ASfI S.MALL COTTAGE In Highland Park, rented at $65 per month, for unimproved city lots. What have you? Phone 1242. Holmnn fc Hatcher, Morgan Bldg. EIGHT ROOM HOUSE. Opposite Southwestern shops, on Wyoming St- New and modern, bath, large screened porch, splendid loca tion for renting rooms. Only $30 month. R. C. Bailey Land Co., 306 Mesa. (Orndorff Bldg.) FIVE ROOM COTTAGE, 1700 block, Boulevard; south front, nice yard, and is a bargain at $3500. Price has been reduced $1000 for quick sale; good terms. W. F. Payne, Angelus Hotel Building. 10 PERCENT ON YOUR INVESTMENT FROM THE DAY Y'OU BUY. We have a double house, two 8 room apartments, on Arizona St, that is giv ing this return. A small cash pay ment will take this. DovralBS & Cro-iTell, 209 Mesa Ave. AVHY NOT OAA'X i Your own home. Quit the rent pav ing habit. We can sell j'ou this swell 4 room brick, east front, close in on N. Kansas St., for $3750; small pay ment down, balance easy. Cassldy & Davidson, 211 St. Louis St. HOME. $100 CASH. ?15 PER 3IONTH. Buys a modern 3 room brick cottage In East El Paso, near the Fort Bliss car line. Lee H. Orndorff. 209 St. Louis St. 45 ACRES AT-' $67.50. One-half mile from town of La Mesa, all in cultivation and is one of the best buys in the upper valley. Ask us about -this. AV. F. Payiw, Angelus Hotel Building. SEE OUR LIST OF CITY PROPERTIES Before buying. We can save you money. Hoi man & Hatcher. Phone 1242. Morgan Building. FOR RENT. 105 E. Missouri, 4 rooms $32.50 203 Boulevard, 4 rooms (fur.) . . . 35.00 610 N. Campbell, 4 rooms 26.00 709 N. Stanton, 5 rooms 30.00 709 N. Stanton, 4 rooms 20.00 513 Newman, 4 rooms 15.00 209 W. Rio Grande. 8 rooms 50.00 2312 Wyoming St., 3 rooms (fur.) 20.00 2917 Durazno St.. 5 rooms 1S.00 604 Stewart St. 9 rooms 40.00 913 Mesa. 8 rooms 50.00 411 Willow St, 5 rooms., 20.00 Hafford & Collier, 417 Mesa Ave- Bel) Phone 613. CORNER SEA'ENTH AND BROADWAY' 78x120 feet The best buy in the city at $5250. Lee H. Oradorff, 209 St. Louis St. FOR sale: NOTHING LIKE THIS In El Paso for the money. $5500 is all we ask for this beautiful 6 room red pressed brick cottage; located on Mon tana St; south front, a corner; easy terms. Cassidy & Davidson, Sole Agents. 211 St Louis St FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall. FOR RENT S room house, Sunset Heights, $40 a month to a good tenant that will take care of the house. R. C. Bailey Land Co., 30G Mesa. MONEY TO LOAN $50,000 to loan on choice real estate paper. HAWKINS BROS., Morgan Bldg. -FOR RENT BY HAWKINS BROS. 4 R. flat, 1216 BotilevaTd (nice).. $22.50 4 R. brick, 199 Newman 20.00 9 R. brick, 702 Mesa Ave 65.00 4 R. brick, 121$ Overland 22.50 3 R. brick, 1210 Texas 17.00 6 R. brick, 1206 Florence (dandy) 30.00 4 R. brick, 820 Lebanon 15.00 8 R. brick, 1016 Montana (dandy) 47.50 5 R. brick, 2518 Wj'oming 20.00 Store room, 600 a El Paso 30.00 Store roon 416 Overland 40.00 Store room, 305 Overland (double) 45.00 Room 5, Morgan Building. 3IONEA' MONEY MONEY TO LOAN. $50,000 to loan on choice real estate paper. HAWKINS BROS.. Morgan Bldg. AVILL TRADE FOR, VALLEY LAN A line 2 story residence. Will trade for valley land as far down as Fort Hancock. HAWKINS BROS., Morgan Bldg. THE VALUE OF SPECTACLES. Depends upon the accuracy with which the eyes are fitted and the glasses an made. I have the most perfectly equipped dark room for the fitting of eye's and the only laboratory in El Paso where glasses can be ground to order. This is the reason that I make the glasses of El Paso, both wholesale and retail. I make them Right. Geo. D. Kendall, SOS Mesa Ave. AArANTED to buy from owner, building site close in, north side, south or east front. Address Lots, care Herald. FOUND On Alameda St, book, "Mat thew Henry's Commentary." Owner may have same by calling at Herald and proving property and paying for ad. ROOMS Single or en suite, with board. 325 Prospect BUSINESS PROPERTY 925,000. Do you want a bargain for $25,000? If so, see us at once. We certainly have an investment worth your atten tion. You can't do better. Mntkevrs & Dyer. Agent. NEAV HOAIE RESTAURANT 311 Tex as St NoV ' open. Everything new. Regular meals 25c: short orders at all hours. We will sell S5 meal tickets for $4 during our first season in business. Too Late To Classify. MAYFIELD REALTY CO., Valley land. FRONT SUITES, light housekeeping; modern conveniences. 619 A s. El Paso I AVE AVAXT one 5 room house close in I a"bove tracks; will pay half cash. Also . one 6 room house, Sunset Heights; must be bargain for the "long green." One 3 or 4 room nouse close in on easy payments, now. We have buyers ready. No agents. AIOXEY TO LOAX. Citv property and chattels. WAREHOUSE LOCATIOX FOR SALE. The best on the market for the money. See us. Davisson Realty Co., Corner Stanton and Texas'. WE ARE OFFERING A HANDSOME HOME ON RIO GRANDE ST. FOR $4500. Is a modern brick cottage of 6 rooms. large screened back porch, broad front porch of cement construction; cement walks and curb. Is new and modern and a bargain at our price. We can arrange very easy terms. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. A BEAUTIFUL HO "HE ON PROSPECT AVE. OF S LARGE ROOMS, 2 STORY, FOR $G500. This Id a special cut price for im mediate acceptance. See us about this and see us quick. Lon,e Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. 40 FEET ON WYOMING ST. FOR $1100. It's a bargain. Better see it and sje it quick; terms. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. FOR SALE TWO NEW MAXWELL AUTOMOBILES CHEAP. And you'll have to hurry, several figuring on them now Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas SL TOYAH OILi LANDS. If you, are looking for an invest jrt5Jit in oil lands we have some of the bestNvftlrifl-leTC miles of the Texas company's well at K price. Several sections. Will give full Particulars i you call. -v . Anderson-Filler Realty Co., Over Watson's Grocery. Bell 491. MONTA3A ST. BUILDING SITE. This side of Cotton avenue we have two south front building sites, one on corner, two lots each. The best in vestment in the city in vacant lots. "Will advance 33 1-3 percent Inside one year; eas terms. Anc'erHOn-FIller Realty Co., Over Wa-son's Grocery. Bell 491. AATTY PAY RENT When -nc can sell you your choice of pretty lomes at from S15 to $25 per month. Rio Grande Realty Co., Room 4 Stevens Bldg. Bell 478 AVANTED White man for hotel run ner; good wages to right party. Hotel Carlye, 416 San Francisco. WANTED Competent white woman to do cooking and general housework. 819 Montana. FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow. 160S. Phone FOR SALE SO acres patented land at Columbus, N. M.; Vx. mile from sta tion. Worth $40 an acre. Will sell for $20 if taken at once. A bargain. Box L. B. D., Herald. FOR RENT Nice single room and good board in private family; location very choice. Bell phone 2745. NICE furnished rooms for rent 509 Mesa. OFFICES FOR RENT Suite of two splendid front offices opening on plaza in new Herald buil&ing. Price very reasonable. Including steam heat, jani tor service, etc. Apply for particulars to Agent Herald building, room 326. DANCING every Saturdaj' at Wood men hall, East El Paso, by Gutoch's orchestra. AVANTED A boy about 15 years of age. Remington Typewriter Sales rooms, 216 Mills St. AVANTED Millinery apprentices at once. White fiats No. 1, cor. Kansas and Franklin. Bell phone 3472. FOR RENT New 5 room brick cot tage, bath and sink, $7.50 per month; walking distance, 2 blocks from street car; pleasant location. 1501 California. MAYFD3LD REALTY CO.. Aralley land. FOR SALE A BARGAIN Three flat house. 17 rooms, 3 baths. 6 sleeping porches, 1 large front porch of cement. Now rented for $95 a month. Terms to right party. Deal with owner and save commission. P. O. box 423. FOR SALE CHEAP 9 room rooming house. 412 Wyoming St HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping rooms, single or en suite. 412 Wyoming St AUTOMOBILES TO TRADE. New and second hand automobiles to trade for real estate or vendor's lien notes. f Rio Grande Realty Co., Room 4 Stevens Bldg. Bell 478 SINGLE OFFICE FOR RENT Second floor new Herald building. $20 per month, including steam heat, janitor service, etc. Apply to Agent. Herald building, room 326. RESTAURANT LOCATION FOR RENT Splendid basement under Richards jewelry store in nev.- Herald building; has electric light fixtures, steam heat splendid large dining room a-i kitch en, and the most central location in town. A live man can make jnoney here. Rental ven' low. Apply to Agent, Herald building. AVANTED To buy a good milch cow; must be fresh and giving not less than 3 gallons of milk per day. Phone 483. Bell. PIANO FOR RENT Will rent for $4. Phone 3162. FOR RENT Furnished front rooms. 501 E. Boulevard. Bell 3313. FOR RENT Strictly modern house keeping suite, reasonable. 1309 Ma goffin. Phone 744. FOR RENT The most select furnished 2 and 3 room housekeeping rooms In city; close in. 309 W. Boulevard. FOR RENT 2 front rooms, unfur nished: suitable for housekeeping. Ap ply at 812 N. Ochoa. AVANTED Position as stenographer or bookkeeper, S years experience. Bell phone 1030. ROOM YTITH BOARD 329 Prospect. WANTED 3 firstclass Ironers. Only flrstclass; permanent and steadv work. 1211 E. Missouri. Bell phone 1350. VALLEY LAND TO TRADE. Several tracts of good valley land both up and down the valley to trade for El Paso property or vendor's lien notes. Rio Grande Realty Co.. Room 4 Stevens Bldg. Bell 478. BROKEN GLASSES? A?k Segall. AVANTED A good American woman for general housework, small family: good salary. Apply 823 Rooseveltl or Bell phone 3420 in evenings. FOR RENT 2 nicejv furnished house keeping rooms with private bath. 612 N. Campbell. Phone 2104. LOST Boston bull terrier, brindle with white neck. Answers to name of "Trouble." Return to 325 W. Mis "ouri, and receive liberal reward. THREE OR FOUR un-furnished rooms nmdern convenience. Bell 'nhonfl .141 j' Call any time after 4'p. m. No children I 3 Too Late To Classify. EYE TROIDLE? Ask Segall. FOR RENT Sheet iron automobile shed near Franklin and, Mesa; tine for small automobile. $3.50 month. Phone 1582. FOR RENT Close in, low rent. 5 room house, Sli Mesa Ave. 15 room house. 419 N. El Paso St. Frank R. Tobin. Phone 2271. WASTED Partner in good paying business in El Paso, with $3000 to $4000. Address F. H., Herald. FOR SALE Completely furnished 4 room flat in Bassett Flats. Annlv No. i 14 after 3 p. m. FURMSHED ROOMS Newly furnished rooms, single or en suite, modern home; easy walking distance; on car line; meals convenient; no consump tives. 219 Arizona. Bell phone 2341. ROOMING HOUSE BARGAIN Newly furnished. Buy from owner and save agent's commission. Cajl 305 Trust building. FOR SALE One roll top desk, second hand. Price $10. Bell phone 1171. FOR SALE Black mare, weight about 900 lbs.; perfectly gentle; suitable for family use. Phone 397 or 2S4, or call room 5, 204 Mesa. ONE SUITE housekeeping rooms, $12. One front sleeping room, $10, block from car. 1107 N. Stanton. AVANTED A capable servant; must be jrood cook. Apply at 1025 E. Boule vard. Masonic Notices. EL PASO LODGE. NO. 136, A. F. &A. M. Regular meetings 1st and 3rd Wednesdcys of each month. X.. E. Glllett. W. M. E. W. S. Neff, Secy. Manonlc Relief Board 100 Ave.; hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. Mesa i.CiA' KITE OF- FIXEK MASONRY. "Meets tfrpvsecond and third Mondays of each mont jn Masonic Temple. AV. H. Stcxz.ill cfa. Secy. SELECT DANCING 5$SCMM, FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT. RAILROAD NEAVS. NOETHWESTEEN MAY GO TO THE COAST Party of Engineers Goes to Aguabampo on the West Coast of Mexico. It is authoritatively reported that a party of 12 American engineers in the employ of the Mexico North Western recently left Minaca In quest of a feasi ble routte for the extension of the road southwesterly, presumably to go to the Pacific port of Aguabampo, next in im portance to tlie port of Topolobampo, the proposed terminus of the Kansas City, Mexico and Orient The road holds a federal concession for the con struction of such an extension. OEIENT OFFICIALS MEET AT DEL RIO Del Rio, Tex., Oct 4. That the Orient railroad is anxious to complete its Del Rio line and that the work is to be pushed as fast as possible, has been evidenced by the presence here for some days of many of the road's of ficials. AV. W. Colpitts, chief engineer; AV. L. Blanks; attorney; A, M. Denny, field agent, and Walker Stansell, head contractor, have been here in consul tation with the local railroad commit tee and adjusting minor difficulties and approving city right of way, ter minals, etc. The work of acquiring town right of way is being rapidly pushed so that work can be commenced in the city. A great many condemnation suits for right of way are being filed. The purchase of this right of way will go forward until the Rio Grande is reach ed, in order to hurry the work of con strudtlng the large railroad bridge which is to span the river and which will be used by the Orient and the Mexican International lines jointly. o MAY EXTEND TARIFFS OF AA'ESTERN TRUNK LINES Washington, D. C, Oct. 4. An order probably will be made by the interstate commerce commission 'extending the existing tariffs in classificaition and western trunk line association terri tory from November until some subse quent data-"-possibly on or about January 1, in order to enable the com mission finally to pass upon the cases pending before it. No time has been fixed for the issu ance of the order. o CLOUDCROFT DAILY TRAIN SERAI CE DISCONTINUED Effective October 1, the daily train service of the Alamogordo and Sacra mento Mountain railroad between Ala mogordo and Cloudcroft was discon tinued until the next resort season opens. However, there will be a weekly train service bertween Alamogordo and tue leauri, Liie train leaving Alamo gordo on Monday mornings at 8 oclock and arriving at Cloudcroft at 11:25 a. m Returning the train leaves Cloud croft at 12:45 p. m. and arrives at Ala mogordo at 4 p. m. ORIENT NOT TO ENLARGE EL PASO OFFICE? The Orient's office quarters in El Paso will not be enlarged at present Regarding the report that the road had rented offices in the New American Na tional bank building, both the bank officials and Cecil P. Hostetter, the lo cal representative of the Orient, stated tlat they had no knowledge of the leasng of quarters n the bank build lug. o ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE. G. S. Waid, division superintendent of the G. H., returned Monday from an iispection trip of his division. J. S. Ramsey has been employed as hrakeman on the G. H. THE &RAND JURY INDICTS ONLY TWO Both Charged With Burg lary; Yoiuig Girl Appears Before the Tribunal. Indictments against Foutunato Fa qilla and Clito Chavez were returned Tuesday morning by the grand jury, vhich then adjourned until October 1L loth men are under arrest and both jre charged with forgerv. i Miss Annie M. Johnson, the prose cuting witness against J. H. Hicks leld at the county jail on a charge of betrayal, and her mother, Mrs. p y. Johnson, were witnesses before the gfand jury Tuesday, returning home fiom Sabinal, Texas, where Miss John sm went to attend school. Hicks's esse is pending in justice McClintock's .'CUVt hilt hrt lino rrxi- , 4. 1 . peliminary hearing. ,i i iCL ueen given a Financial and la MONEY AND METALS. New Yori,- Quotations. (By Associated Prfsa. New York, Oct. 4. Call 22?s percent. money Prime mercantile paper, 56 jr cent. Closing (iuotatloRs Today. Bar silver, 53. Desilverized lead, quiet, $1.37 4.50. Copper, dull, standard spot, $12.10 12.25; Dec, $12.10 12.30. Spelter (St. Louis quotation) quiet, $5.40. Mexican dollars. 45c . Current Smelter Quotation. EI Paso Smelter.) ij.L sjiiver oi,4 j copper (.wire oars; i..a Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.)... 12.175 Lead (London sales prices). f 12, sl6, d3 Lead (New York saies prices ) $4.40 Weekly AvsrnjreiL. (Douglas Smelter Quotations.) Bar silver 53.73 Copper .- 12.30 NEW YOES LISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire to The Herald frons H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.) Amalgamated , 65 American Emelters 68 Is Anaconda 40 " (joiorado Fuel & Iron 32 Erie Ry 27& M., K. & T Missouri Pacific Reading Rock Island Southern Pacific Union Pacific U. S. Steel, common Atchison Stigar , Great Northern, prefd... .. 32 .. 54 ..147 .. 31 -.115 ..16S& 69 ..100 -.117 ..126'A ..114 I In". T. Central . NorWrn Pacific s 11S U. S. Steel, prefd US BOSTON LISTED STOCKS (B? Special Wire to The Herald from H. H.' Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.) Arizona Commercial Boston Corbin Calumet & Arizona Copper Range GIroux Greene Cananea Helvetia 4 : Miami Nevada Con '. ! 17 14 59 66 ? 6!6' 2 19 20 North Butte 2S Old Dominion 374 Shannon" ; 10 Superior & Boston s' Superior & Pittsburg 12U Trinity 1 s U. S. Smelters, common 38 Utah Con j 23 Utah Copper 4714 U23XISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire to The Herald "from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.) Arizona-Michigan, part paid 15c Butte Balaklava 5 Cactus 11-15 Calumet & Montana S0c Chino Copper Co i9T Chemung 5' Chief Con 1 Cordova, part paid 50c Cordova, full paid iyx Denn-Arizona 2 Ely Central 25c Goldfield Con s & Inspiration Copper s Live Oak Development ; 201. Majestic Copper of Utah 45c" Mason A7alley $U National Mining Exp 5C New Keystone 3 AVnshington, D. C, Oct. 45. One In an explosion this afternoon in the fu navy yards. BOSH HASHANAH IS CELEBRATED All Jewish Stores in Citv -Closed While Services Are Held. "Good morning! Happy Rosh Has hanah!" According to the Jewish calendar, Tuesday, Oct. 4, is New Year's day with a considerable portion of EI Paso's pop ulation. All of the Jewish business houses are closed and the proprietors and clerks who belong to the Jewish sect are paying for mal calls to their friends today. The Hebrews comprise a good part of the population and the holiday leaven has put an air of celebration over the whole city. The celdbration of the Jewish festival commenced Mondaj- evening at 6:30 oclock with special sen-ices at Alt. Sinai temple, when rabbi Zielonka preached a. sermon on the theme, "JNever satisfied 3et never dissatisfied." The rabbi preached again Tuesday morning at the temple. The festival will close at 6 oclock Tuesda3T afternoon and El Paso's Hebrew citizens will begin another j ear. THE COURTS 24TK DISTRICT. P. II. Clarke, Presiding. John Leech, charged with" murder, on trial. 41ST DISTRICT. A. M. Walthal, Presiding. J. R. Daniels vs. Southern Pacific, $50,000 damage suit, on trial. Gene D. Hicks vs. Chas. M. Hicks, suit for divorce filed. JUSTICE COURXS. E. H. Watson, Presiding. J. T. Bentley, alias J. T. Smith, charged with assault to murder po liceman Chas. Henderson, bound over to grand jury. A. A. Morrison charged with for gery, bound over to grand jury in sum of 500. -t E. B. McCHatock, Presiding. Mrs. Nora Barr vs. R. J. Bronson, suit to rescind contract, judgment for defendant. Mrs. Ohas. IcCullough, accompanied by her son, arrived in El Paso yesterday from California, to join Mr. McCullough. Peach Ice cream aelivered after sup per. Phone the Elite, STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS, LIVESTOCK. WOOL AND COT-TOX. Ohio Copper 1 9-16 -into copper . ... j.c Ray Central 1 11-13 Hay Consolidated 19 ijan Antonio, part paid 5 Shattuck 24 superior & Globe, part paid 15c Tonopan 8? G-rain and Provisions. Chicago Graiu. Clone. Wheat Dec $ 9797 May 1.03 JA Corn--Dec 50 pOVs 53 y 33 334 36 2 6 3s' 1 -uay uati Dec May Chicago Provisions. Cloae. Fork Jan $17.57 May 17.00 Iaiu Jan $10.52 May 10.12 10.15 Ribs Jan ? 9.32 9.35 May 4 9.27 9.30 LIVESTOCK Kau.sas City Livestock. Close. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 4. Cattle Receipts 15,000, including 1500 south erns; steady. Name steero, $4.75 7.75; southern steers, $3.604.75, southern cows, $2.754.10, native cows and heifers, $2.60 6.25; stockers and feeders, $3.405.75; bulls, $3,25 34.25; calves, $4.008.00,- western ateers, $3.206.50; western cows, $2.754.75. Hogs Receipts 8000, weak; bulk, $S.35(S.75; heavy, $S.258.45; packers and butchers, $8.408.75; light. $S.65Q 6.S0. Sheep Receipts 1000, steady. Mut- j tons, $3.504.25; lambs, $5.75C.75; fed wetners ana yeaning, $.j.augo.uu; leu western ewes. $3.50 (& 4.00. Chicago Livestock. Close. Chicago, III., Oct 4. Cattle Re ceipts 9000; steady. Beeves, $4.60 7.90; Texas steers, $4.10 4.60; western steers, $4.006.70; stockers- and feed ers, $3.40'5!5.70, cow's and heifers, $2.20 6.30; calves, $7.50&9.75. Hogs Receipts 12,000; slow. Light, $S.C59.00; mixed, $8.209.00; heavy, $8.10&S.90; rough, $S.108.30; good to choice heavy, $8.30S.90; pigs, $3.10; S.90; bulk, 8.408.75. Sheep Receipts 45,000, steady to shade lower. Native, $2.4004.20; western, $2.75 4.1a; yearlings, $4.30 5.40; lambs, native, $4.507.00; west ern, $4.75 6.90. Omaha Livestock. Close. Omaha, Neb., Oct, 4. Cattle Re ceipts 10,000; steady. Native steers, $ 4.4 0 7.30; cows and heifers, $3.00 5.50; western steers. $3.756.40; Tex as steers, $3.005.30; range cows anrt heifers, $2.80f?4.60; canners. $2.75 3.40; stockers au feeders, $3.0Q6.00; calves. $3.007.00;''fcllls. Stags, etc, I $3.00 4.75. Hogs Receipts 4200; shaae lower. Heavy, $8.20 8.55; mixed, $S.30S.4O; light. $S.50S.75; pigs, . $S.00S.75; bulk. $8.25 8.40. Sheep Receipts 35,000; steady. Yearlings, $4.505.40; wethers, 53.6005) 4.25; ewes, $3.25 3.85; lambs, $6.40g? 7.00. Fort AVorth Livestock. Close. Wnrt Wnrt-h Tpt. Oft 4. HattTe Receipts 7000; hogs 1000. Steers steady, """- .-w.w... -, vv. -- top -$4.00; cows lower, top $3.50; calve" rr V -fl ao li'Afl lower, top $o.60. Hogs Lower, top $S.S5. WOOL St. Lonls AVool. Close. ' St. Louis, Mo.. Oct. 4. Wool - un changed. Territory and western me diums, 1S23; fine mediums, 1720- ' fine, 1417 . nnn was killed and three badly iHJered se and primer shop of the AA'nshlngton MANY CHINESE ARE ORDERED DEPORTED Federal Judge Maxey Hears Cases Appealed Fi'om Commissioner. Chinese deportation appeals continue the order of business in the federal court. The morning session Tuesday was taken up with hearing the appeals from the United States commissioner's de cision and when the court met at 2 oclock after noon adjournment it again took up the appeal docket. In the ma- jorit3 of the appeals the commissioner's find has been sustained. Following are the cases disposed of: Chin Way, ordered deported; Wah Deung, ordered deported; 3Iun Hay, or dered deported, case appealed to "court of appeals and defendent placed under bond of $1250; Yee Li, motion for con tinuance overruled, to which applicant e.cepted; Yee Heuncr case continued: Chin Ah filling, ordered deported and case appealed to court of appeals; Mon Roy ok, commissioner's finding over ruled and appellant discharged ; Lou Pak case continued; Yee Yine. ordered de ported; Louie Sam. ordered deported; Clan Puoj-, continued until next term. MAYOR AND CLERK SIGN WATER BONDS Affix Their Names to Docu ments Issued to Purchase Xf" ater Plant. c .Mayor C. E. Kelly and .city clerk C. W. Fassett on Tuesday finished signing the bonds, amounting to SS75 -000, for the initial payment on the properties of the International Water company, contract for the purchase of which has been made by the city The transfer of the water company to the lai. nowever, will not be made for several days, as considerable detail j work yet remains to be perfected aor Aeiij Tuesday morning stated he did not know when the actual transfer would be made. The water works bonds have already been signed by city treasurer Turner. CHARITY ASSOCIATION MEETS. WITH COUNCIL lne Woman s charitv association is meeting with t?ie mayor and cit" coun id to discuss charity work for the com ing year I "PlT'T.TA-DTl? BUSINESS PEOPLE WHO WANT YOUR TRADE Millwrights SIDEBOTHAM BROS. Are prepared to Instal all kinds of mining and milling machinery, hoisting works and conveyers. Residence 3418 Hueca street. Bell phone 1116. Specialist DR. CARL SMITH (MEN ONLY) 307 San Antonio St. Auto 2151. Mattress Eenovatin METROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO. Furniture repaired and varnished. 219 South Stanton St. Both phones. Kair Dressing ESTHER ALLEN. AIanIol 211 St. Louis St. Bell 196 Dentists T" dr. lee Mcintosh Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St. HAT CLEANLNG. aT,Te fH oId hat look nev-. cleaned and blocked. 402 N. Oregon That the El Paso T. M. C. A. is aver age of Z4 ber associations in the United States in cities of from 40,000 to 55,000 population, and above par In a general average, was the gist of what was said Tuesday noon at Hotel An gelus. About 50 reDresentati-L-o. holi ness men of the city saf at luncheon as guests of the association. The object of the midday 'affair was to present in brief the standing of the association from three points of view, and to ask for good will more than financial aid of non-member friends. Toward tnis end there were three lo minute talks after 'the meal. J. H. Na tions, president of the association, pre sided. He said that first was the need of more members; that the building was equipped to handle more than 1000 men, and that now few more than 700 were enrolled. He told of the mem bership campaign which will begin next week. The financial standing of the associ ation was given by James G. McNary, chairma'n of the committee on finance. He explained that no association was supporting from its natural resources and nat he local association needed from $5000 to $6000 each year. He told of the fight of two years, and the suc cessful battle against an overly large deficit stating that the maintenance lund was $2200 less today than six mo3.ths ago. The speaker displayed a chart fhowing a great improvement m .finances m this the third year of the new assocfeSon's life. Loeal Equipment. Then H. B. Birckee, managing sesxs t- t.ii t. Luutv n: lii TKiiri .11 frfi irrTSnrttr t.nry, took up the gjeneral effixnsHcy of i zh. ,... -, w, 'ZS ," I - - v . xxi . aa urease in traffic, that dormitories, lobby, reading room, and the games were taxed, of the work m the shops. He said that the boys department had grown 25 per cent over last year. Employing a chart showing the standing of 34 best cities as to munic ipal population, Y. M. C. A. equipment and association membership, E. M. Bray, chairman of the membership committee, made the last appeal for in terest on the part of twe guests. The chart showed El Paso in the center of the list with a credited city population of 40,000. a memberslfip of 750 men and boys, and a plant expenditure of 5110,000. The speaker said that last year's high mark was S30 members; that after the summer's Inactivity it remained at about 700 members, antt that this year dt must go to the lOffQl mark. THE WEATHER. Forecast. For El Paso and vicinity: Generally fair tonight and Wednesday. For Xew Mexico: Generally fair to night and Wednesday; not much change in temperature. For west Texas: Generally fair to night and Wednesday; warmer tonight in east portion. Local Office U. S. Weather Bureau. EI Paso, Texas, Oct. 4, 1910. El Paso readings: Today Ye3'y 6 am. 6 pm. Barometer (sea level 29.S0 29.77 Dry tiiermometer 54 79 Wet thermometer 44 53 Dew point ". . 32' 2S Relative humidity 44 16 Direction of wind NE XW Velocity of wind 4 5 State of weather clear clear Rainfall last 24 hours 0 Highest temp, last 24 hours 81 Lowest temp, last 12 hours 54 DEATHS AND BURIALS. 31. T 3IarIovr. Funeral services for M. I,. Marlow, who died suddenly in Juarez, were held Tuesday afternoon. Rev. C. S. Wright officiating. Interment was made in Evergreen cemetery. PRAXK VAX A3IBURG TO BE RETURNED TO COLORADO. Frank Van Ambnrg, "Who Attempted to End Life In City Jail, Goes Back to Georgetown for Trial. To return Frank Van Amburg to Colorado for trial, sheriff T. W. Cun ningham and Oscar Wing of George town, CoL, have arrived in Ei Faso. Thej- leave Tuesday night with Van Amburg for Georgetown, where he is charged with tapping 'a safe and se curing $400. Van Amburg arrived in El Paso Wednesday of last week and was ar rested Thursday by detectives Stansel and Briggs on advice from Colorado. He was accompanied by a woman giv ing her name as Gussie Burchard, wno said she came to El Paso to marry Van Amburg. The man Saturday night attempted to commit suicide by swal lowing some disinfectant, but he was revived by Dr. A. H. Butler, assistant city health officer. GIRI DEAD, FATHER SHOT BY "BLACK ITAXIT GA'G Dallas, Tex.. Oct. 4. Joseph BIconio shot last night by supposed black hand ers, was alive at noon today and may recover. His daughter, Caroline, aged 9, was shot and killed at the same time. Joseph Soabj- and Frank Connor, Ital ians, were arrested at mddnlght by the police as suspects. Immediately follow 'ng the hooting the assassins fled la a carriage.