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L PASO HERALD
Tuesday, November 15, 1910 f Use Herald Want Ads for 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 ADS BY PHONE Call Bell 115. Auto 1115, tell wiat you want. The Herald boy will collect the next day. A letter' fob you. Replies cent In care of Tha Herald office were, awaiting the following ad vertisers this moraine These replies should be called for net later than one week after belnr bulle tined: . B. T. B. 64 C. 372 E. 407 E. 26 H. H. X. H. 382 J. 23 G J. A. K. K. C M. 166 O. ' ' S. 55 W. T. D. - - Piano Needy Mfcst Sell Drugs 106 , 44 201 For Sale Real -Estate. 5 lots in block 114, East m -aso addition, $250 each. 5 lots in block 94. Basse tt's .addition, $350 each. ly. lots, block 50, Bassett's addition, for $600. 2 lots, block 65, East El Paso addi tion, $225 each.' Anything in the valley that you want. We "write fire insurance. HENRY & HUGHES, 80 City Natl. Bank Bldg. Phone 269. LOWER VALLEY BARGAINS. 16 acres of fine land, most all In alfalfa; S miles below El Paso, 100 yirds from macadam road on Frank lin canal; good outlet. This is a bar gain. See it before you buy. We have anything you want. PETERMAN-LANSDEX REALTY CO., PkoBe 2266 Ring: 4 Black Ysleta, Tex. A BEAUTIFUL HOME IN MUNDY HEIGHTS ADDITION FOR $8400. Has 9 large rooms, 2 story red pressed brick. Faces the Mundy Park acd has a frontage of 65 feet. Hoi water heat, -full basement ith ce ment floors; two bath rooms, large sleeping porch, servant's room, etc This is an ideal home and has most desirable exposure. Is situated in a restricted district with paved streets and sidewalks. This is an exceptional bargain. We can give most liberal terms. We have a most desirable proposi tion on the corner of South El Paso and Fourth Sts. 25x120 feet of ground. Price $6d00; terms 1-3 cash. balance 1 and 2 years. A modern 6 room cottage In most desirable locality. This house is new and most desirable otherwise. Price $4250; liberal terms. An uptodate 5 room modern cot tage on Roosevelt St. Price .$3500. i Terms $500 cash, balance monthly in- I stfl.limpnr.R. !V BEHR fc WATTS. We Write Fire Insurance. MeHey to Loan. City National Bank BoildlHS. i 114 Pioneer Plaza. Plicae 454. ARIZONA. For Sale 400 head good range cattle. "600 head of good range cattle. 1000 acres of deeded land improved, in Sul phur Springs valley; abundance of water. 175 acres deeded, improyed Jand l ,ln Greer county, Oklanoma. Some val uable relinquishments in Sulphur Springs valley- Income property in Willcox. Ariz. i L. V. McCOURT, Heal Estate. Brokerage aad Insurance. Willcox. Arizona. McGHEB REALTY CO., Our Specialty Is VALLEY LANDS. PERCY McGHEE, 3Iaaager. Too. Late to Classify. FOIND Sunday morning on Texas St., rosary. Owner may have same by call ing at Herald office and paying for this ad. LOTS LOTS LOTS. We sell them. See us. Holman & Ha teller, Jloran Bldg. FOR SALE "AIN'T IT AWFrL 3LVBEL?" Trying to decide where to buy for a home- I will just go down to see Cassldy & Davidson, the Real Estate Men. I know they have the bargains. THIS IS Y'OUR OPPORTUNITY To get .one of the prettiest little 4 room cottages with bath, clqsets and pqrch, close in and near school, south front and one block from car line. The lot alone is worth $1200 and the price i; only $2000, $750 cash and balance on terms. Don't pass this up if you want a bargain. AHdersoH-Filler Realty Co., Over Watson's Grocery. Bell 491. "WHEN YOr BREAK YOUR GLASSES You do not need to bring me the Pre scription, just a piece of the "broken lens is all I need. I can make a lens exactly like the broken one. Geo. D. Kendall, JJ08 Mesa Ave., Makes Glasses Right. YOUNG LADY desires position as housemaid. Address 1215 Rip Grande. YOUNG COUPLE wants -small furnished apartment 'or modern 'housekeeping suite close in; give full particulars. P. O. box 862. ' "WANTED Man to drive wagon. Ap ply to Foreman El P.aso Dairy Co., Hand's Grove, east end- 06 Second St. STEAM HEAT Elegantly furnished rooms. Hotel Britton. 206 Texas at. IBOY WANTED for store work. David Iverner, 207 San Antonio St. OR SALE: Horse, harness and two seated trap, top. $S5. Bell 2608. tUPHOLSTERING. furniture repairing land packing of household goods. 345 IMyrtle Ave. Bell phone "7a2; Auto. 2367, POSITION WANTED by university man rlth S years business experience; sal- Hary no object. Write N. 204, Herald. 1940 ACRES Texas grazing land for sale at $250 per acre: must sell at once: all well fenced; good house; 13 acres Irrigable land. Address M. .P. Gibson. Berino, N. M. FOR RENT Close in nfcely furnished room or suite with heat, running wa ter and sleeping Dorch. 333 W. Mis souri St. Phone 1626? FOR RENT Nicely furnished room or suite, heat and stationary wash stand with sleeping porch; close in. 333 W. Missouri St WANTED A wagon; must box 975. man to drive delivery glve references. P. O. Too Late To Classify. EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segall. NICE HOME IX HIGHLAND PARK. Will sacrifice if sold this week, & block from car line. Little cash and small monthly payments takes it. See us now. Hoi man A. Hatcher, Morsan Bldg. HERE'S A SXAP. NEVE LOTS IX ALT L HA PARK. All rnrnir lots. 4 of them on car IIti ? rtni hlrrVr from rn r linn. 51150 I for ail. If you want to make some L money address H. B. H., Herald. FOR SALE WOULD YOU BUY A BARGAIN? A swell 4 room cottage on 3 full lots; S. E. corner, near car line. East EI Paso; monthly payments. Owner will sacrifice, account sickness. Cassidy & Davidson, Sole Agents, i 211 Mills St. CHEAPEST ROOMING HOLTSE PROP OSITION IN THE CITY. When you consider the net income, which is about $100 per month. 14 rooms, rent only $25 and the price is only $650. Owner leaving city and must sell at once. Eocated on S. El Paso St. Now is the time to buy room ing houses. Anderson-Filler Realty Co., i Qver Watson's Grocery. Bell 491.. I FOR SALE 6 heating stoves, 1 china closet, 1 big base burner, 'J. nice ammg room tables. 3 box lounges, rugs and chairs, and kitchen equipment and dishes nearly all new. 333 W. Mis souri St. CHEAP 2 or 3 furnished housekeeping rooms. 301 Putnam Ave. FOR SALE CHEAP One fine full dress suit nearly new; extra white dress vest and dress muffler; coat about 36 bust, trousers 32x32; cost $80; too small for owner. Phone Bell 3169. TWO UNFURNISHED front rooms with gas range for rent. 706 San An tonio. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, elec tric light, gas. sleeping porch, base ment. Phone 3414 or call 90,0 Upson. FIVE LOTS IN ALTURA PARK. One block from car line. Make us an offer. Holman & Hatcher, Morgan Bldg. VALLEY LANDS. 9000 acres at $15 per acre. Cheap est thing in the valley. Mayfleld Realty Co., Plaza Block. Phone 6S4. 160 ACRES VALLEY LAND To trade. This land is above Las Cru ces ancTls of the finest soil. Will take residence or business property at the right price. Rio Grande Realty Co., Room 4 Stevens Building. EYEGLASS COMFORT? Ask Segall. APPLES APPLES. Now's the time to buy your apples. See our fine display next to Nations. 212 Mesa. Phone 346, Elliott's Apple Store. THIS BEAUTIFUL HOME Of 8 rooms, south front on corner N. Campbell St.; new and never occupied, rooms large, walls nicely tinted, mantel and electric fixtures, 3 large porches, basement under entire house, walks and curb in. This is an Ideal home a"d you should see It before buying elsewhere. The price is right and only $1000 Is all we ask down, the balance in terms to suit. Anderson-Filler Realty Co., Over Watson's Grocery. Bell 491. OWNER MUST SELL. 3 room red pressed brick, finished in mission, on 2 corner lots, fenced. This house is new and in good repair, bath and electric lights. For quick sale to raise money will take $1800. Answer H. B. H.. care Herald. FOTl RENT. 1113 Boulevard. 3 rooms (fur.) $35.00 203 E. Boulevard, 4 rooms (fur.) 40.00 513 N. Campbell, 4 rooms. 16.00 218 W. Franklin, 10 rooms..- 60.00 611 Montana, 8 rooms "S0.00 1112 E. Rio Grande, 8 rooms 40.00 602 N. Oregon, 8 rooms 40.00 2314 Wyoming, ,8 rooms 30.00 1509 Mundy, S rooms 40.00 531 W. Missouri. 5 room flat 28.58, 1116-N. Oregon, 6 room flat 45.00 709 N Stanton, 5 rooms 30.0G J "i1? TJflwm-n A. -T-nnmc IF n0 ' 513 Newman. 4 rooms 15.00 209 W. Hio Grande. 8 rooms 50.08 t Hnfford & Collier, 417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone ?13 FOR RENT ON BOULEVARD, $12.50 Per month. 4 room frame, located on. Fort Bliss car line. See ! American National Realty Co., I ath Floor, Caples uildlng. VALLEY LAND AT ?35 PER ACRE. The best bus in the whole valley. Automobiles at your service. Rio Grande Realty Co., Boom 4 Stevens Building. A H03D3 OF G ROOMS ON BROWN ST. $3075. Dot 40 feet frontage, east front. Let us show you. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St FOR SALE. 21 full blood light Bramah chickena 1 gas water heater (new.) 1 iron bed and mattress. 1 rolltop desk. 21P6 Bell phone or call 311S Oro St. WANTED TO BUY HOUSE Will pay cash for a bargain. 5 to 7 rooms, at once. New Mexico, care Herald. FIVE LBS. APPLES FOR 25 CENTS. At Elliott's Cider and Apple stand. 212 Mesa. Phone 346. FOR SALEt New Mexico lands well located; pure soft water for irrigating and domestic purposes; some good snaps. See Hellberg & Blair, 418: Roberts-Banner Bldg. IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN OUR AD under the classified heading you have missed some very interesting reading. In justice to yourself read them. Then act as your good judgment dictates. 3Iathevrn-Chaniplin Realty Co., 117 N. Stanton. SEVEN ROOM HOUSE, South front, heating pla.nt. etc. Price very low. Mayfleld Realty Co., Plaza Block. Phone 684. 440 ACRES TO YAH OIL FIELD. Will sell at a bargain If sold within the next 10 days. Rio Grande Realty Co.. Room 4 Stevens Building. a HANDSOME HOME ON CALD70R- I NLA ST. OF S ROOMS, 2 STORY, ?6S00. ! Only $1000 cash will handle this, bal ance easy. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. POSITION WANTED by flrstclass ac countant as bookkeeper, auditor, book keeper and stenographer, or secretary. 14 years experience and can deliver the goods. Address P. O box 173, Trout, La. FOR RENT 1622 Boulevard, 4 and bath, large yard; rent '$20. rooms Frank R. Tobln. Tobln Arcade. The Fosiofflce is Be' hind. Phone 803. COOKING APPLES 51.00 BOX. Elliott's. 21-2 Mesa. Phone 346. Pure cider, 60c per gallon. WANT TO BUY A 4 or 5 room house, close in; can only pay S100 down, balance in reasonable payments. Address B., care P. O. box 2S3. $100 CASH, BALANCE $2,1 PER IIO. Will buy a 4 room cottage in East El Paso. It's a modern brick, two big porches. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. TWO LOTS OX WYOMING ST $500. Bassett addition. The above price takes' the two lots. Only $100 cash eeded.. balance fo suit. Rio Granule Realty Co., Room 4 Stevens Building. Too Late To Classify. FOR RENT BY HAWKINS BROS. j 4 R. brick, 191 Newman $20.00 a n. oncK, iii uciiua,. i-.ou 3 R. brick, 1809 Rio Grande 18.00 6 R. brick, 2109 Myrtle 25.00 S R. brick. 1119 Montana 65.00 Store room, 600 SV El Paso 30.00 Store room, 305 Overland (double) 45.00 Store room, 416 Overland 40.00 BUY THIS Biggest bargain in El Paso. New 8 room 2 story brick, cut from ?8000 to only $5500. (There is nothing the matter with it.) Owner needs money. HAWKINS BROS. See our big list. NEW BUNGALOW", $500 down, balance monthly. '$4500. HAWKINS BROS. JUST COMPLETED 6 Toom bungalow. Will take lots in suburbs as part pay ment. HAWKINS BROS. . R003I BRICK ON BOULEVARD Only $3250. HAWKINS BROS. "Homes Our Specialty.!' HAWKINS BROS, have it if it is for sale. "Homes Our Specialty." Big list. WILL TRADE FOR YELLOW DOC! Owner has modern 3 room brick close In. Says trade for yellow dog and some money. Will also consider something in . Los Angeles. HAWKINS BROS.. Morgan Bldg. $50,000 TO LOAN on El- Paso real es tate. HAWKINS BROS. BROKEN" GLASSES? See Segall. ARIZONA ST. BUILDING SITE. South front, near Newman St. Only $1150. 3Iayfleld Realty Co., Plaza Block. Phone 684. AUTOMOBILE TO TRADE for city property. Rio Grande Realty Co., Room 4 Stevens Building. WE ARE OFFERING A 4 ROOM MOD ERN COTTAGE ON A N. KANSAS ST. CORNER FOR $4100. South front, lot 4 feet frontage; terms easy. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. FOR RENT 2 rooms furnished for housekeeping; $15 per month. light Address J. J. B., care Herald. WANTED Competent white girl or woman for children's nurse. 1215 Rio Grande. Phone 824. POSITION WANTED by thoroughly re liable young man; several years ex perience in office work and collection era! salesmanship; best references, Address P. O. box 213. city. 3IUNDY HEIGHTS BUILDLVG SITE. We have listed most of the prettiest sites in this addition. Rio Grande Realty Co. ON ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH I will sell my 6 room modern cottage at a sacrifice; cash payment of $1250 neces sary. D. Li., care Herald. NEED GLASSES? Ask SegalL FOR RENT Desirable 10 room house, good location: also 6 room steam heated apartment. Phone 2132. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Two suites, gas range, electric light, hot baths, light and sunny, close in. Phone 2906 Bell. 408 Wyoming. WANTED A white woman to do cook ing and general housework for small family; a good home for the right party. Apply 1319 Montana. WANT TO BUY a second hand gaso line engine, 6 horsepower. Call 209 Caples. FOR SALE OR TRADE for real estate in city or near by valley lands. The best paying soda fountain, Ice cream parlor, confectioners and cigar busi ness in the city; splendid location. Au Ph 41S Caples Bldg., or phone 894 L. FOR RENT Two tfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. 714 N. Virginia. WE WANT PARTNER Immediately with few hundred dollars to assist In handling of enterprising business pay ing big returns. Only open two days. Address P. O. box 1132. J?Ctn 4TITnMnRIT,T;S Tft TTTTIP' nVmno 478 Bell. . . FOR RENT Completely furnished six room house on north side to reliable cuupib t party. inquire noiman 6c Hatcher. Morgan Bldg. CHIMNEY SWEEP Stoves set up and repaired. Bell 431 X. Auto. 1367. --WANTED Gas' range and small heat ing stove. Address N. 218, Herald. FOR BETTER GLASSks Ask SegalL Masonic Notices. EL PASO LODGE, NO. 138, A. F. A. M. regular meetings 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. D. E. Glirett. W. M. E. W. S. Neff, Secy. Maionic Relief Board 106 Mess Ave.; hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. EL PASO CHAPTER NO. 157. R. A. 31. Called convocation of El Paso Chapter No. 157, R. A. M, Tuesday evening, at 7:30 p. m. sharp. Work in Mark and Past Master's degrees. Visiting sojourn ers cordially invited. Jas. C. Mollinary, Secy. J. M. Hughes, H. P. A. & A. 5. RITE OF PltKE MASONRY. Meets the second and third Mondays of each month in Masonic Temple. W. H. McCuIInnsh. Secy. SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY, FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL. EVERY AVED. AND SAT. NIGHT. ' THE WEATHER. Forecast. For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight and Wednesday fair. For New Mexico: Generally fair south portion, snow north portion to night or Wednesday. For West Texas: Tonight and Wednesday unsettled weather, local rains tonight or Wednesday; warmer tonight in north portion. Local Office U. S. Wieather Bureau. El Paso, Tex., Nov. 15, 1S10. El Paso Readings. Today. Yesdy. 6 a.m. 6 p.m. -barometer (sea level) 30:00 Dry thermometer 36 Wet thermometer 34 Dew point 33 Relative humidity ...'... S7 29.84 56 42 23 26 W. 10 Clear uirection ot wind S.E. Velocity of wind State of weather pt. Cdly Rainfall last 24 Jiours 01 High. temp, last 24 hours 65 Low. temp, last 12 hours 34 ALL ARE ROBUST YOUNGSTERS Ogden. la.. Xov. 15. Mrs. -William G. Clark, wife of a railroad, man, has given birth to a third set of triplets. All of the children are livincr. The quicker a cold Is gotten rid of the less the danger from pneumonia and other serious diseases. "Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of Waverly, Va., says: "i firmly believe Chamberlain's Cougn Remedy to be absolutely the best preparation on the market for colds. I have recom mended it to my friends and they all agree with me." For sale by all dealers. BOND ISSUES IN THE COUNTY School Bonds to Be Voted in District 9 ;Road Bonds in Precinct 8. - Commissioners' court adjourned Tuesday noon to meet at 2 o'clock at the First National bank, to count the county's money on deposit there. The balance in the treasury is $55, 016.01. Later the commissioners left on a trip up the valley to inspect the new road to the New Mexico line, recently completed and to view the lands in justice precinct No. 8, where the resi dents have petitioned for an election to vote on the issuance of $10,000 in bonds for road building. In accordance with petitions from residents of school district No. 9, elec tions were ordered Tuesday to vote on the proposition of a $21,000 bond issue to build a new schoolhouse and also a tax to supplement the slate school fund. The request of C. E. Kellogg a"nd others for crushed rock for a" church foundation at Clint was denied. The appointment of Juan Salcido as alcaide of the island ditch was con firmed. The resignation of Gus Bogel as con stable of precinct No. 6 was accepted. Will Davis, road inspector, was ap pointed nieat inspector outside the city and instructed to collect the same fees a.s the city allows. The candidacy of E. M, Lapowski for adjutant general of the state militia was given indorsement by the commis sioners. At the meeting of the commisfponers Monday the vote cast at the state elec tion was canvassed and the officers receiving the highest vote were de clared elected. The vote has" not yet been tabulated. The total number of votes in the county is 2458, according t the election returns. Congressman Smith received 2307, the highest polled. governor, received 2078 votes; Terrell, Republican, 328, and Houston, Prohibi tionist, 52. No action has as yet been taken rela tive to the tie vote for constable in precinct No. 5, at Sierra Blanca. A. T. Duncan, the present Incumbent, will hold - the office until "the dispute is settled. Counts engineer Nunn was author ized to construct a siphon at the Sali- tral ditch on the county road rather than raise the roadbed to afford the water necessary passage. ' An order was made establishing a new school district out of a portion of the Ysleta district, No. 9, and naming the district San Jose. ARREST COMMANDANT OF JUAREZ CUSTOMS Wholesale Smuggling Al leged to Have Been Dis covered on Mexi can Side. . Jailing of the commandant of rexl- can customs inspectors has followed the investigations in Ghrdad Juarez of J. Larreaj special examiner of customs houses. Desiderio A. Paredes, for many years chief of fiscal guards at tihe border city, was arrested Monday afternoon, and is now servinc the preliminary "in communicado" period pending- examina tion. Until the end of the preliminary period, the court will maike no annoirnce onent, hut the matter is connected by sequence (with the investigation cf mer oliandise smuggling. Two wagons be longing to Jesus Garcia, have been con fiscated but Garcia himself is said to be in El Paso. rVe have learned, that here has been extensive smuggling of merchandise from El Paso," said. !Mr. Larrea yesterday, "it is true that the wagons of Garcia were confiscated. "Eegaiding Paredes, I know nothing except that T understand he has been detained. I have made no charges against him, nor received official notifi cation of his arrest. He is the onry one arrested. I do not believe that any in spectors ihave disappeared. There are four or five absent, but from sickness." Examiner Larrea has been in Juarez more than a week. ASSESSED VALUES EXCEED $31,000,000 . The work of the city council as a board of appeals has been completed, and it is estimated that the total value" of taxable properties In the city will, amount to about $31,200,000. The prop erty is supposed, to be assessed at about half its actual value. AlAliitl XMAW ld.VXiljr A. f GOOD TIME IX ASYLUI Albany, N. Y., Nov. 15. Attorney general O'Malley has filed in the court of appeals affidavits in opposition to the appeal of Mrs. Mary C Thaw in her application for the transfer of her son, Harry K. Thaw, who killed Stan ford White, from Matteaan State hospital to some other asylum within the state. Dr. Amos T. Baker alleges that since Thaw was committed to Mattea wan he has gained 37 pounds in weight, is permitted to play cards w'tn congenial companions, to receive vis itors, take outdoor exercise, read the best literature, and is not compelled to associate with anyone who is not his equal intellectually and morally. On.e of Mrs. Thaw's contentions is that her son is compelled to associate with patients who use vile language in his presence and who often assault him. Dr. Baker says these assertions are unfounded. SUPPOSED OPIUM APPEARS TO BE ONLY COALTAR Because there is no druggist or chem ist in El Paso who can analyze opium, the government authorities have post poned the trial of Andres Gulterrez un til November 28. Gutierrez was arrested Fridav nierht I and had in his possession 10 opium cans but no one is able to say what the con tents are. Officers say the stuff smells like tar and some are of the opinion that a practical joke is being played. The cans must be sent to St. Louis for analj-sls. FATHER ARRIVES TO CLAIM BODY OF SON WHO WAS KILLED Shreveport. La., Xov. 15. W. H. Fur nev, a prominent Sulphur Springs, Tex., citizen, arrived here today and took charge of the bodj of his son, J. G. Furney, aged 23, who was shot and killed late last night by policeman Ru dolph Telly, while resisting arrest. CRITICIZES CAMPBELL. Dallas, Te.. Xov. 10 R. E. L. Knight, in welcoming the delegates 'to the Na tional Wholesale Druggists' association convention this morning, attack? I the administration of governor Campbell, saying he is hostile to capital investing in Texas- Financia and Commercial MONEY AND METALS. Nevr York Quotations. New York, Nov. 15. Call 33 percent. money Prime mercantile paper. SS per cent. Closing Quotations Today. Bar silver, 55. . Desilverized le.id. steady. $4.404.50. Copper, quiet, standard spot, $12.50 12.60; Dec. 12.55 12.65. Spelter (St. Louis quotation) higher; $5.90. Mexican dollars. 46. Current Smelter Qnotations. (El Paso Smelter. ) Bar silver, 56. Copper (wire bars) 12.775 Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12.65 Lead (London sales prices) . .13, s6, d3 .-co.u ij.ew iuik aaies prices Weekly .Averacei. ..4i.4j (Douglas Smelter Quotations.) Bar silver 513 Copper t. 12.71 NEW YORK LISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.) Amalgamated American Smelters ..'.'. Anaconda 4 Colorado Fuel & Iron" trie Ry M. K. & T "" Missouri Pacific 69 81 42 34 29s 34 50 Readins r,. fe ; 152 Southern Pacific -.10?? Union Pacific '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.177& ! U. S. Steel, common " r.n4, Atchison 103 V Great Northern, pfd. ..."."! i-4 New York Central mi , o0"16 Northern Pacific '.'.'.'. 1 '.'.'. 115 A "cuumg irii w. . tccJ, u 117 BOSTON LISTED STOCKS (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.) Arizona Commercial ig Boston Corbln -tri' Calumet & Arizona 55 Copper R.nge '..'." 714 Giroux " r-til Greene Cananea '.'.'. 774 Helvetia .' -"" o Miami '.'.".'.'.'.'.'. '. 20 Nevada Con '. 204 North Butte '. 35 Old Dominion ' 42 Shannon '.'.'.'. 13 V, Superior & Boston 8 " Superior & Pittsburg 14 U. S. Smelters, common 37' Utah Con 24 i Utah Copper 50 ' unlistedstoce:. (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.) I Arizona-Michigan, part paid 10c Cactus . , 33C Calumet & Montana 1 Chino Copper Co 20 Chemung . 4 Chief Con . 1 Cordova, part paid Asked 25c Cordova, full p'aid Asked 1 Denn-Arizona 3 Ely Central .' 6c Goldfleld Con 8 & Inspiration Copper ..- 914 Live Oak Development 26" Mason Valley J.0 National Mining Exp 5c" New Keystone 2V- Ohio Copper 1 13-16 ' Pinto Copper 10c Ray Central 2 3 Ray Consolidated 20 GRABS MONEY WHEN TELLER TURNS BACK -Rio Grande Bank Scene of a Daring Theft Two Arrests Made. Two strangers giving the names of A. C. Nichols and J. L. Blayer, are un der arrest charged with forgery. Tne Rio Grande Valley bank is out a total of $73. Thereby hangs, a story of a coup which was pulled off at the bank during the rush hour Saturday after noon. According to manager Winchester Cooley a man presented two checks for payment at the paying teller's window Saturday afternoon. The checks were signed by persons who had no accounts in the bank. The money was counted and the paying teller turned to look up the names on the books of tne bank when one of the men reached through the wicket, Mr. Cooley says, and grabbed the money, making his get away before the lpss was discovered. Billie Smith started to wbrlc on the case and Nichols and Blayer were ar rested Tuesday morning at the Union station. APPOINTMENT TO WAIT ON OPINION Pending the receipt of advice from the attorney general, it is not prob able that a county auditor will be ap pointed in El Paso county, according to the statement of judge A. M. Wal thall. The act providing for the estab lishment of the office was passed iu 1905 and states lat a county auditor shall be named in counties w'ith a pop ulation of 40,000 and a city of 25,000 at the last federal census. In the event the auditorship is cre ated, It is more than probable that J A. Escajeda will be appointed. FILES SUIT FOR $20,000 DAMAGES Dolores R. Carrasco 'nas filed suit In the federal court for $20,000 damages against the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad company in her own name and those of her two minor children. The suit results from the deatJT of her husband, Amador Carrasco. on No vember 10. He was watching the Mex ican National train cross the bridge when, it Is claimed, a Santa Fe engins bore down on him in the Santa Fe yard and ground him under the wheels. RAILROAD COMPANY WINS IN HART SUIT Judgment for the defendant has been announced in the 34th district court in the suit of .luan Hart against tho Southern Pacific railway company. The plaintiff asked judgment for $5000, al leging that fiood waters 'damaged his property near the smelter. The case will be appealed. Chamberlain's Stomach and Li"er Tablets do not' sicken or gripe, and may be taken with perfect safety by the most delicate w'oman or the j'oungest child. The old and feeble will also fJnd them a most suitable remedy for aiding and strengthening their weak ened digestion and for regulating the bowels. For sale by all dealers. STOCKS AUD BONDS, COPPERS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS, LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT-TOM. JL San Antonio, part paid Snatfcuck Superior & Globe, part paid . 23 . 10c G-rain'and Provisions, Chicago Grain. Close. Wheat Dec" May Corn Dec May Oats ; Dec .-May- .$ 91 97497v8 46 4S4S 3131 34 Close. , . . . . .V Chicago Provisions Pork Jan .. $17.45 Mav " '. 16.27 La'ru ' Jan $10.22 May Ribs Jan May 9.77 9.25 S.95 S.97 WOOL St.' Louis Wool. Close. St. Louis. Mo., Nov. 14. Wool lower. Territory and western mediums. 22 23; fine mediums and fine, 1213. Boston Wool. Boston, Mass.. Nov. 15. Heavy ship ments of wool to factories and a fair volume of trading continue In the wool market with values holding firm. Bos ton wool merchants generally believe the election will have no effect on the market. It is certain that schedule K, of the tariff bill, which applies to wool, cannot be changed to affect the percent of the clip. A good demand for half blood fleeces Is reported and 30 cents has been -paid for Ohio with Michigan at 29. Heavy transfers also have been made in Montana clothing at 60 cents on a scoured basis. The best fine staple Is quoted at 65 cents. Pulled wool is moving fairly well with 52 to 56 for supers. CHIHUAHUA CONSUL IX CITY, STAYS IX HIS R003L 1 4. J. Kenna, American consul at the city of Chihuahua, arrived Tuesday morning in EI Paso. He is registered at hotel St. Regis, but has not been at the hotel since his arrival, when callers asked for him. HAD EL PASO POLICE BADGE. Because Andres Le Chuga was wearing an El Paso police badge, he was arrested Monday afternoon by Juarez police for j "impersonating an officer." The EI Paso police olticials sard that the man was no officer. MEXICAN TRAILATE. The train of the National Railways of Mexico is reported 14 hours and 30 minutes 'late,' and nobody seems to know why. Railway ofices have onlr received information as to the lengti of the tardiness. TEQUILA STOLEN. Juarez police are investigating the theft of 18 cases of tequila rrom a- box car in railwav yards. Six cases have been recovered". INSPECTS BANKS. G. de Ganale, a special agent of tfce national banks of Mexico, is in Ciudad Juarez, on a trip of inspection of bank ing conditions. TOLTEC CLUB BAXaUET. The Toltec club's annual banquet and election of officers will be held Wednesday evening. , GETTING JURY FOR TRIAL OF JACKSON Trial For Alleged Murder Starts Tuesday in 34th District Court. The qualification of jurymen for the trial of Marshall Jackson, charg'ed with the murder of Madison Graham, was commenced in the 34th district court Tuesday afternoon. The trial was or iginally set, for October 2?. Graham died on May 20 last as a re sult of wounds received the night pre vious on Second street, when Jackson is alleged to have shot at him. Gja nam at the time of "his death was un der indictment charged with the kill ing of a brother of Jackson's in the "66" bar. SWEARS HE SAW - SOLTERO KILLED During the inquest heard by justice E.- H. Watson Monday afternoon, Gon zalo Sbltera testified that he saw Jose Yanez'stab Pascual Garcia following endeavors of Yanez to secure a loan of 50 cents from him, while they were drinking in the Sixty Six bar. Justice E. H. Watson found that Garcia ljad come to his death from a stab wound inflicted by Jose Yanez with felonious- intent. Francisco Yanez, a brother of the man charged with the stabbing, was arrested Monday night. BELL'S $30,000 'SUIT IS SETTLED The $30,000 damage suit of G. J. Bell against the Southern Pacific Railway company was set for hearing Tuesday afternoon in the 41st district court, but was compromised. Bell alleged that while driving a Wells Fargo Express' company wagon west on Main street on the night of November 13. 1900, Ke was struck by a Southern Pacific -locomotive and sustained injuries to his spine. He appeared in court on crutches. ABLES ACQUITTED OF CATTLE THEFT W. S. Abies, indicted on a charge of cattle stealing, was declared not guilty by a jury in the 34th district court Tuesday morning. Abies and Roy Bur nett, the prosecuting witness, live in the Guadalupe mountains. In the east ern part of the county. Abies Is about 60 years of age and an old cowman. He did not go on the witness stand in his own behalf. HAS FOUR CHARGES TO ANSWER TO IX COURT. Jesus Ramirez, charged with crim inal assault, drunkenness and disturb ing the peace, and carrying a pistol, occupies a cell at the police station! Ana Narango, the prosecuting witness In the criminal assault charge, lives near the corner of St. Yialm street and Myrtle avenue. The alleged assault occurred near Washington park. Ra mirez was arrested Monday night. T. S. Lainer and T. D. Blanca ranchmen, are in stock business. Love. Sierra the city on RELIABLE BUSINESS PEOPLE WHO WANT YOURTRADE Dentists dr. lee Mcintosh Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St. Hat Cleaning Make frne old hat look new. Hats cleaned and blocked. 402 N. Oregon. Specialist DR. CARL SMITH (HEX ONLY) ju ban Antonio St. Auto 2151 Upholstering - Repairing, packing, upnolstering. Fred M. Bagge, Phpne. 3278. 'MONTOYA APPOINTS MAYOR'S RELATIVE DEPUTY CONSTABLE Domingo Montoya, Monday afternoon, succeeded R.- F. Mitchell as constable and at once announced his deputies as J. W. Brown, who was chief deputy un der Mr. Mitchell, and H. Mebus, father of Ed Mebus, a former city detective, who is to be county jailor undpi- Pevton Edwards, sherlf Select. Meous is closely ieia.iea to mayor C. E. Kelly. H. F. Stacy, who succeeds E. H. Wat son as justice of the peace, qualified Tuesday. Mr. Watson will be In the office for several days assisting Mr. Stacy. At the meeting of the county com missioners Monday, the bonds of Mon toya, as constable, and J. J. Smith, as commissioner from precinct 2, were approved. EL PASO SCHOOL TEACHER DIES Telegraphic news announcing the death of Miss Anna Newsome at Mor gan, Texas, was received in El Paso Tuesday morning- by friends of tho young woman. Miss Newsome taught for two years in the Aoy schooL For a month she was confined in an El Paso hospital and was then taken to her home, wuere she lingered fwor an other month, dying there Monday. PRISONER ESCAPES FROM YAN HASELAN Manuel Perez, charged with theft un der 50, escaped Monday night from deputy sheriff Van Haselan while the officer was escorting him from the city to the county jail. Perez is alleged to have hit the offi cer on the head. He then ran, AMUSEMENTS THE CRAWFORD. "'Graustark," or "Love Behind a Throne." is the best bill the Glass company has produced, manager Rich declares. He says the company is de lighting large crowds nightly. The same bill will run the balance of the week. Seats are -now selling. The prices are 15, 25 and 35c WEDNESDAY DOUBLE BILL. In connection with the production of 'Graustark," or "Love Behind tha Throng," at the Wednesday matinee, at the- Crawford, the great miracle pic ture, "Shadow of the Cross," will be shown free between the third, and fourth act. "This picture has created a sensation wherever shown, and should be seen by every person in the city," says manager Rich. "This will be the only chance to see this miracle picture. It will run the balance of the week; at the Crawford theater. The prices remain the same." --GOLXG SOME." Manager Frank Rich says: "'Going Some, a comedy of the westwith a charm and atmosphere that is all its own, will be the attraction at -the El Paso theater Thursday and Friday, November 17. and IS, when Lawrence Sandusky bring their company and complete production, fresh from tri umphs In both east and west, for an engagement in this city. The story of p,ong Some was written ay. RoX 'Beach and made over into a play form by the author and that prince of play builders, Paul Armstrong. It is by far the laughiest comedy of recent years and it tells a straightforward story. which is part and parcel of all the fun. ! ??in.g, Some' v'in b& seen but once in this city ,this season. The prices are 50c to $1.50. Seats are now selling at the Crawford theater." ARIZONA COURT SECTION IS BEIXG PREPARET1 Phoenix, Arlz Nov. 14. The ju diciary proposition as made thus far. provides for a supreme court of three. 11 superior judges in as many coun- l ties or districts, all to be elected at the regular election, but the names are to be placed on the ballots alpha betically without party designation, and with six year terms for supreme and four year terms for suerior judges. The committea on education report ed unfavorably the proposition provid ing for the segregation of negro chil dren in the public .schools. RIOT CALL SENT IX TO PUT STOP TO STREET FIGHT A. Moses, charged with fighting, was arrested- Monday night following ths unsuccessful attempt of Hazel Clark a Broadway street negro, to commit sui cide by swallowing morptaine. Tha couple became involved in it diffi culty that resulted in a riot call being telephoned to the police station. BAXIv FILES SUIT OX XOTE. Suit on note for $100 has" been filed in justice McClintock's court by the Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust company against KT. N. Bowington and separate garnishment suits have also been filed by the bank against C E. Kelly, mayor of El Paso, and J. M. Wyatt. of the American National bank.- RETURX FROM HUXT. Chief Armstrong, John T. Sullivan and Xu M. Barber returned Monday night from a hunting trip on Cox's ranch, 50 miles norfh of El Paso. They report bagging a number of quail. BITTEN BY DOG. Helen, daughter of William G. Cross, supposed, to reside at 114 San Antonio street, is reported bitten on the right cheek by a dog Monday afternoon. W. C. Haight, a G. H. railroad con ductor who t has "been confined to his home at S13 North Campbell street, from a severe attack of pneumonia, nas been removed to Hotel Dieu. When you have a cold get a bottle of Chaniberlaln's Cough Remedy. It tvill soon fix you up all right and will ward off any tendency toward pneumonia. This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confi dently to a baby as to an adult. Sold by all dealers.