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EI, PASO HERALD
Monday, January 16, 191L 9
Rates for Classified Ads.
One cent per word. No
charge less than $ 125
Six consecutive inser
tions, per word 05
By month, per line ,1.00
A LETTER FOR. YOU.
Replies sent in care of The Kerala
office -were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for
not later than one week after being
hulletined: .
A. 232 E. 25 '
A. V. L. F.S3
D. 471 G.. 103 '
d. as h. asi ti A
D. EL M. 311 '
E. 472 Auto.r1
E. J. -265 '
Oil Lands.
NOTICE On Feb. 1st we will advance
the price of all unsold tracts in the
Toyah oil Held xrom $iu to $z.ou eacu.
The developments and activity in the
field warrants us In making this ad
vance. Thirteen companies are now
organized to develop this field; more
gushers may be expected at any time..
"Warranty deed with each tract con
veys an interest in the wells to be
drilled by this pompanv. Send in your
order for a few of these tracts today.
Only 10 each. AddressDept. H.. Toyah
Oil and Mineral Company, 512 First
National Bank Building. Fort Worthy,
Too Late To Classify.
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL
GEO. D. KENDALL, 208 Mesa Ave.,
Makes Glasses Right.
JfBW BUNGALOW.
8 blocks from city. 6 xooms, mod
ern, in mission style, south front; &
beauty. Better see it before buying.
$5000; terms.
A. A. Hatcher, Real Estate
, Upstairs, Morgan Bldg.
DO YOU REALIZE
That you will never be able 'to buy
Rio Grande valley lands as cheap as
today? We have the bargains, know
the valley and have an automobile at
your service.
3Iatb.ews-Cfcampliit Realty Co.,
' 311 San Francisco St.
FOR RENT.
S room house, Wyoming St.. S5.QG
5 room cottage, Upson Ave 35.00
4 room cottage, Tularosa St 16.00
3 4-room flats, Missouri (each..) 17.00
5 room cottage, Wyoming St 20.00
6 room cottage, (fur.) Arizona... 50.00
Store room, Buckler Bldg 200HI0
Offices in Buckler Bldg., $15 and up.
AnderjjoH-Flller Realty Co.,
1 and 2 Buckler Bldg. Bell 491.
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL
GEO., D. KENDALL, 208 Mesa Ave.,
Makes Glasses Right.
TO LET.
Save yourself time, worry and shoe
leather . by calling on CASSIDY &.
.DAVIDSON, 211 Mills St., and getting
their complete list of furnished or un
furnished houses and bungalows.
JFiPIt SALE
COMPLETELY FURNISHED.
located on Rio Grande St. 2 story
red pressed brick, modern and upto
date residence, located In J.he best sec
tion of the city. This Is your opportun
ity. Owner must sell this week; leav
ing city. Lot 50x120, south front, nice
lawn and flowers, outbuildings, etc.
Make us an offer. Can give immediate
possession. Phone for appointment.
Cassldy & Davidson,
211 Mills St.
SACRD7TCE BARGAIN. SNAP.
Grocery store EastJSl Paso, doing
good business. Will sell property or
oods separate. Party needs money.
Act. quick. Call for particulars; no
phone. ,
A. A. Hatcher, Real Estate.
Upstairs. Morgan Bldg.
FOR RENT
7 ROOM HOUSE, 1006 RIO GRANDE.
35 per month.
Co&sidy & Davidson.
30 R003I ROOMING HOUSE SNAP.
Let us show yon this today If you
contemplate buying. We also have the
best house north of-tracks for sale.
3Iathevrs-Cnamplin Realty Co.,
311 San Francisco St.
v
A MONEY MAKER.
Restaurant doing good business. Will
sacrifice for cash. Selling on account
of sickness and other business; good
location with 2 years lease. Call 212
San Francisco.
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL
GEO. D. KENDALL. 208 Mesa Ave
Makes Glasses Right.
VALLEY LANDS. VALLEY LANDS.
13 acres 10 miles below city. 275
pear. 150 peach trees, 5 horse pumping
plant, 4 room house, on main canal.
$3800; terms.
35 acres 15 miles below city, half In
alfalfa, on main Toad and ditch. 4
room house. $135 per acre; good buy;
terms.
25 acres at the station of Belen.
Texas, 15 miles down valley on road:
good ditches, no imorovements. $150
per acre.
A. A. Hatcher, Real Estate.
Upstairs, Morgan Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
I have telephone stock in good New
Mexico company I wish to trade for El
Paso or vallev real estate above El
Paso. Address Telephone.
"WANTED By middle aeed widow,
cooking on ranch or in mining .camp:
experienced. Address Mrs. Reed, 311
E. Overland. El Paso, Texas.
FOUND Pair of spectacles in High
land Park. I. C. Ruby. 2409 Indiana St.
WANTED Work by American girL
Phone 8821.
WANTED BY LADY Position in box
office. 95. Herald. -
NICELY furnished room; no sick. 607
lesa Ave.
Announcements.
I hereby announce myself as a oati-
didate for the office of Mayor of the
City of El Paso, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
C. E. KELLY.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Alderman, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primaries.
J. L HEWITT".
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of City Treasurer,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries. L. M. TURNER.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Alderman, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries.
SAM BLTTMENTHAL.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of Alderman, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
primaries.
W. S. CLAYTON.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate "for Alderman, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries.
PERCY McGHEE.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of City Assessor
and Collector, subject to the action of
the Democratic primaries.
LOUIS E. BEHR.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of City Recorder,
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primaries.
ADRIAN POOL.
- - Too Late to Classify.
FOR BETTER CLASSES Ask SesralL
NEWMAN INVESTMENT CO.
4th Floor, American Bank Building.
NO CASH NEEDED.
We will sell you a new 5 room house
in the 1000 block for $3300, and you
may pay for It at the rate of 50 a
month, which will pay interest and alL
Still you insist on paying rent Instead
of Owning a home. Don't miss this
chance. i
Perry-Brooks Realty Co.,
419-20 Roberts-Banner- Building.
JUST LOOK AT THIS.
Please make us an dffer on lots 7
and 8. in block 133. Highland Park ad
ditloi. LeTel lots -with a south fro
age. One and a half blocks from car.
line.
Austin & Marr,
Phone 352. Caples Bldg.
EASY TERMS.
A modern "5 room ibrick cottage,
close In. south front; $300 cash, bal
ance $30 per month. Price $3300.
Lee H. OrndorfE,
Sheldon Hotel Lobby. Phone 530.
NEWMAN INVESTMENT COT
4th Floot, American Bank Building.
VAL.LEY LAND BARGAIN.
We 'have a tract of the best land in
the lower valley, 101 acres, Just below
Ysleta, 6n county road. .Half cleared
and faax been Cultivated. VWe are of
fering at the low price of $80 iper
acre, cash, balance in 3 years. We
wont fr cVin-nr trrtil thin fnr t Is fh
best -snap we have ever been able to
offer. Our automooiie is ready any
time you want to see this.
, Perry-Brooks Realty Co.,
419-20 Roberts-Banner Building.
FOUR ROOM BRICK,
1 $1500,
EASY TERMS.
You can't beat this if you want a
home. .Two lots close to can line with,
a 4 room modern brick. You make
'the terms.
Downing: & Crotvell,
I 209 Mesa Ave.
915.00 PER MONTH.
Only $100 cash balance $15 per
month, will buy a modern brick cot
tage in the best residence portion of
East El Paso. Price $1500.
Lee H. Orndorff,
Sheldon Hotel Lobby. Phone 530.
3IYRTLE AVE. BARGAIN.
75x120 south front, close in. We
have a bargain price on this property
for a short time, ' $5000. This is an
other plum.
Austin & Marr,
Phone 352. Caples Bldg. '
VALLEY LAND BARGAINS.
We have a tract of "the best land In
the lower valley. 101 acres just below
Ysleta, on county road. Half cleared
and has been cultivated. We are of
fering at the low price of $80 per acre,
4 cash, balance in 3 years. We want
to show you this, for it is the best
snap we have ever been aula to offer.
Our automobile is ready is ready any
time you want to see this.
Perry-Brooks Realty Co.,
419-420 Roberts-Banner Building.
DOWNING & GROWELL,
Real Estate.
Fire Underwriters,
Surety Bonds.
t 209 Mesa Avenue.
HAVE YOU SOME GOOD VACANT
LOTS
To trade in on a new 8 room house?
We will take lots as first payment and
the balance on easy terms. This house
is built of red pressed brick, 8 large
rooms and basement, closets, pantry,
etc., and finished in firstclass style;
south front on corner, north side. Let
us know whatyou have.
Anderson-Filler Realty Co.,
1-2 Buckler Building. Bell 491.
EGGS from Gemoets Poultry Yards are
the product of none but the choicest of
grains and meals, which insures strict
ly. Only 50c per dozen; a- guarantee
with every dozen delivered. 3125 Fru
tas. Phone 3820.
WE ARE BOOKING a limited number
of settings from our heavy laying
train White Leghorns. $2 per 13. Come
and see stock before ordering. Gemoets
Poultry Yards. 3125 Frutas St. Phone
3820.
WANTED Boy for grocery. One that
knows East El Paso streets; one with
wheel preferred. 2200 Mvrtle.
FOR RENT Restaurant location, in
heart of city. A fine stand, kitchen,
dining room, steam heat, etc Only $35
per month. Apply to E L Howell,
Agent, 826 Herald Bldg.
DESK ROOM FOB. RENT In modern
office, center of -city. Price, including
steam heat, lights and janitor service,
only $10 monthly. H. L. Eowell, Agent,
326 Herald building.
OFFICES FOR RENT Fine suite of 2
modern offices, best location in city.
Price, including steam heat, electric
lights and janitor service. Only $25
monthly. Apply to H. L. Howell, Agent,
'326 Herald building.
TWO NICE FRONT ROOMS at 416 N.
Oregon. Free bath, gas heat.
FOR SALE Fine cow, reasonable.
2412 Texas.
NEWMAN INVESTMENT CO.
4th Floor, American Bank Building.
WASTED Small furnished cottage,
close In; give full particulars. H. 213,
Herald. .
WrANTED TO RENT Good piano. Will
give best of care. Give fulT particu
lars. Box 862. city.
WE WANT AN OFFICE BOY Inger
soll Rand Co., of Texas. Box 716.
WANTED Girl. General housework.
1417 Montana.
MR. INVESTOR This is your oppor
tunity. One of the best corners in the
city. We know the value of- this prop
erty. Price only $15,500. See the Knew
Kummers Realty Co., "rooms 10-11
Buckler Bldg.
MR. PROSPECTIVE BUYER This Is
your chance. Forced sale. Lot 60x120,
4 living rooms, store room, bakery,
established trade, fire oven and all
utensils ' complete. 1 block from car
line. This won't last 3ong. Price only
$1975. Knew Kummers Realty Co.,
rooms 10-11, Buckler Bldg.
BOY WANTED with bicycle. El Paso
Printing Co., 108 W. Main.
NEED GLASSES? Ask Segall..
FOR SALE Watch. Waltham 15 jew
el with 14 m K. solid gold chain; goo'd
as new; cost $50. Will take $25; need
cash. Address Watch. Herald.
WANTED POSITION A good all
around baker, experienced in shop, ho-
tel and restaurant work. F. W., El
Paso Herald.
FOR RENT 1622 Boulevard. 4 room
brick house bath, large yard: rent
$18. Frank R, Tobin. Phone 803. To
bin Arcade. Behind the Postoffice. .
WE RENT ROOMS all over town, fur
nished or unfurnished. Park Bros.,
Morgan Bldg. Phone 575.
WANTED-pXeat Mexican nurse girl;
must understand English. 1317 Rio
Grande.
BROKEN GLAS3ES? Ask Segall.
LOST Persian cat, cream color, an
swers to name Nugget. $5 reward If
returned to Lena Baker. 1026 Texas.
WILL PAY CASH for gas water heat
er. Phone 2059 or call 1418 N. Camp
bell. WANTED An English speaking cham
bermaid at Hotel Carlyle. 416 San
Francisco St.
'Too Late to Classify.
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL
GEO. D. KENDALL, 208 3jesa Ave.,
Makes Glasses RighU
WANTED Experienced man dish
washer; one can help out at times on
short orders preferred. Call at 206 N.
Stanton.
LOST A diamond. Liberal reward. H.
C. Myles,
FOR SALE Two room house with
sleeping porch J all fenced and shed, on
2 lots. $700. Bell phone 2004.
WANTED Good girl for general
housework. 606 Gladstone.
NEWMAN INVEST3EENT CO.
4th Floor, American Bank Building.
FOR SALE One complete typewriter
in,earrying case. Will trade for Edi
son. Victor or Columbia phonograph
with records. Write 208, Herald.
WANTED A good cook. ApRly to
Mrs. Ramey. 110 Montana.
FOR SALE Or will trade 3 lots In
best part -of Tobin for horse and buggy.
Address Trader, care Herald.
WANTED for short time, practical wo
man to do- cooking and tend baby. Call
1120 N. Florence.
DlAMOND--2 karat, for sale cheap.
Phone 2681 X.
BRIGHT, sunny housekeeping rooms,
single or en suite: private porch. 616
N. Kansas.
-EYEGLASS COMFORT? Ask Segall.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Mrs. ' Mary
O'Brien, 508 N. Kansas.
FOR RENT OR SALE: Good 5 room
house, corner Noble and Nevada. 1204
I Navada. Phone 1999. - J
FOR SALE Half interest in a well es
tablished manuracturing ousiness ior
$5000; half Interest $25,000 a year busi
ness. Address JC. B., Herald.
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL
GEO. D. KENDALL, 208 2esa Ave.,
Makes Glasses Right.
ROOMS FOR RENT Ligfrhand attrac
tive. 417 N. El Paso.
WANTED An invalid char. 803 Tex
as. Phone 3500.
FOR SALE Restaurant and lunch
room. Nice, best paying trade. Com
plete, practically new; unexpected cir
cumstance compels me to sell. Only
$750, part cash, to good iarty; experi
ence not necessarv; best running order.
Address H. 211, Herald.
"WILL PEOPLE who Baw accident Dec
26, 1910, in which Urmel Holeman was
Injured be so kind as to communicate
with me at once. Care R. W., Herald
tffice. N
EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segall.
Masonic Notices.
EL PASO LODGE, NO. 130, A.F.&A.M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
S Wednesdays of each month.
,lgaf' L. E. Gillett, W. M.
T j. d. Mason. Act Secy.
Masonic Relief Board 106 Mesa
Ave., hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
A. & A. S. RITE OF FREE MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. H. McCuIJonsrh, Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY, FHA
TERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL. EV
ERY WED. AND SAT. NIGHT.
ADS BY PHONE.
Call Bell 115, Auto lllo, tell wfcat
you want. The Herald boy will collect
the next day.
REBELS GAINING
DOWN XNEONDURAS
Are MaMng Splendid Pro;
gress in Their FigM
Against Federals.
Celba, Honduras; Jan. 11. (By way
of New Orleans, Jan. 163 Truxillo was
captured by the, revolutionists after
a hard skirmish with a small Sfjuad
of government soldiers. The govern
ment lost seven killed including mayor
De Plaza and 12 wounded.
Three hundr.ed government soldiers
have left Celba for Nueva Armenia 2S
miles east, where they expect to meet
the revolutionary army, which is said
to have left Truxillo on a march toward
Ceiba.
The revolutionists htve cut the tele
graph line to Truxillo and further de
tails of the battle there are not avail
able. The news received here was
brought by a messenger.
A report reached here yesterday that
the Revolutionists nad taken Tela and
were marching toward Celba, but the
action of the commandant in sending
practically his entire force to Nueva
Armenia would indicate -that he does
not expect an attack from the west.
Nothing has been heard as to the
movements of tie revolutionary gun
boat Hornet.
Tor several days the gunboat has
been conscripting soldiers but many of
these now in the army are known tOi"b
friends of Gen. Manuel Bonilla, - lha
leader of the revolutionists. At the
sight of the Bonilla forces It Is be
lieved one-half or more of the gov
ernment troops will join the former.
The sympathy of the citizens of Ceiba
Is plainly with Bonilla and he would
have littld trouble taking this port.
SANTA FE CUTS THE TIME
ON THE ALBUQUERQUE TRIP
Changes in time of the local Santa
Fe passenger trains went Into effect
Sunday, but the card alteration la
merely a cut in two runs on the local
division. It has been expected that the
time on trains of the mainline would
be changed, but the matter has been
dropped for the present.
The Chicago and Overland, train No.
810, will leave El Paso at 7:05, instead
of at 6:55 p. m., making a cut of 10
minutes on the run. The Albuquerquo
El Paso train, No. 315 will arrive at
35 p. m., instead of at 6:55 p. m. The 55
minutes will be made un on the run
.without cutting off any stops. The
morning trains remain as heretofore.
a
SANTANA ARRESTED ON
CHARGE OF HAVING OPIU3I.
Sixto Santana was arrested Saturday
afternoon by customs Inspector Louis
Holtzman and arraigned before United
States commissioner Geo. B. Oliver on
a charge of having two cans of opium
in his possession. His bond was fixed
at $500. He went to jail.
ISOUTHWESTERN OFFICIALS MEET.
A meeting of the traffic department
of the Southwestern system will be
held here upon the arrival of trafflo
hianager A N. Brown from Chicago,
fie is exDected to arrive Monflav nfor
fcoon. Dr. James Douglas, who is also
f expected to arrive here this week will
uiacuu luu iiainv; ucjjtuuiient meet
ing. o .
CHEEF JENKINS GOES TO
TESTIFY IN THE BELL CASE.
Ben F. Jenkins, chief of the police
department, left Sunday afternoon for
Los Angeles, where he has been sum'
moned as a witness in the Bell mur
der case. .
HE MAR KETS
MONEY AND METALS
Kew York Qnotatioas.
New York, Jan. 16. Call money
23 percent.
Prime mercantile paper, 44 per
cent. t
Closing: Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 53C.
Desilverized lead, quiet; 4.454.55.
Copper, weak, standard spot, 12.00
12.10; March, $12.0012.10.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) steady;
$5.40 5.45.
Mexican dollars, 45. .'
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter. )
Bar silver i 53?4
Copper (wire bars)! 12.375
Copper Cathode (cts. per Ib1.)'.. .12.25
Lead (London sales prices. 13, si, d3
Lead (N. Y. sales price) 54.30
Weekly Averages.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver ....-, -4 ., 54.69
.Copper 12.39
NEW YORK LISTED
STOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald front
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Amalgamated 63
American Smelters 75&
American Sugar Bid . . 114
Atchison ......!. 10254
Colorado Fuel & Iron!., . ... 32
Great Northern, Jfd ;;i. 124
Northern Pacific 117
N. Y. Central 109
Reading ,. . 156
Rock Island 31
Southern Pacific 116
Union Pacific ! 175
TJ. S. Steel, common..... 76
U. S. Steel, Pfd 118
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Arizona Commercial . , 14
Calumet & Arizona 47
Giroux 6
Greene Cananea .. &ya
Helvetia ! 1&
Miami . 19
Nevada Con 18 ?6
North Butte .'. '..... '." 28
Old Dominion 41
Shannon 11
Superior & Boston 5
Superior & Pittsburg 14
Utah Copper 45
XJNLISTEDSTOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Arizona-Michigan, part paid 5c
Butte Balaklava ., 21
Cactus 75
Calumet & Montana 21c
Denn-Arizona , . ? 4
Ely Central . .. 5c
Goldfield Con ;... 6
Inspiration Copper ......8 7-16
Live Oak Development 23
Mason Valley 9
National Mining Exp lc
New Keystone 2
Ohio Copper - is
Ray Central 1
Ray Consolidated . 18
Shattuck . 2J.
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
Wheat '
May .-.$1.00 1.00
July -..-.:-..' 9596
Corn ' -
May tf 49
July - 5050
Oats
May 3434
July r..".. - 34
Chicago Provisions. Close.
.Pork f.
May ?18.75,
Lard j- '
May 9.95
July i.... 9.90
n Ribs
May , $ 9.'87
LIVESTOCK
Chlcnero Livestock. Close.
Chicago, 111., Jan. 16. Cafctte Re
ceipts 35,000; steady to 10c lower.
Beeves? $4.807.00; Texas steers. $4.20
5.40, western steers, ?4.606.00;
stockers and feeders. $3.s05.90; cows
and heifers, $2.60G.40; calves, $7.50
9.50.
Hogs Receipts 37,000; slow at Sat
urday's average. Light, $7.70 7.95;
mixed, $7.80 7.90; heaw
rough, $7.70 7.80; good
heavy, $7.80 7.95; pigs,
$7.70 ,7.90;
to choice
$7.50S.05;
bulk. $7.80 7.90.
Sheep Receipts 36,000; 10c lower.
Native, $2.504.45; western, $2.60
4.40; yearlings, $4.505.70; lambs, na
tive, $4.75 6.45; western, $5.00 6.40.
Kansas City. Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 16. Caittje
Receipts 16,000, including 600 south
erns; steady to 10c lower. Native
steers, $5.25 6.75; southern steers,
$4.756.25, southern cows. $3.255.00;
native cows and heifers, $3.006,00;
stockers and feeders. S 4.50 5.90; bulls,
$4.005.10; calves, $4.508.50; western
steers, $4.75 6.25; western cows, $S.25
5.25.
Hogs Receipts 11,000; weak to 5c
lower; bulk, 7.707.80; heavy, $7.75
7.80; packers and butchers, $7.707.80;
light, $7.707.75. '
Sheep Receipts 12,000; steady, to
10c lower. Muttons, $3J504.50;
jlambs. $5.506.20- fed. wethers and
yearlings, $4.005.75; fed western
ewes, $3.504.10.
Fort Wortli Hvetaek. Clone.
Fort Worth. Tex., Jan. 16. Cattle
Receipts 2000, calves 800, ' hogs 500.
Steel's steady, tops $6.00; cows steady,
tops $3.60: calves higher, tops $6.00.
Hogs Higher, tops $S.40.
WOOL
St. IiOnls Wool. Close.
St. Louis. Mo., Jan. IS. Wool un
changed. Territory and western me
llums', 21 23; fine mediums, 1719;
fine,' 12 13.
'
WORK IS RESUMED AT
THE EL PASO CEMENT PLANT.
Work was resumed at part of the
Southwestern Portland Cement plant,
west of the city this morning. Me
chanical stokers are being placed In
the power house and two of these are
already working. There are at present
31,000 barrels of clinker on hand, and
as soon as this Is ground tfnto cement
the whole .plant will resume work. It
is expected that this will be during
the latter part of February.
TWO HUNDRED SOLDIERS
COMING TO JUAREZ WEDNESDAY
A detachment of 200 soJdrers is ex
pected to arrive in Juarez Wednesday
from Jiminez. It is not known whether
the troops wall be- stationed at the
Juarez barracks or be sent to Casos
Grandes. over the Mexico North Western
line.
MARKET BURGLARIZED.
The Overland market on Overland
street was burglarized early- Sunday
mnrniner. The work -was vronti-ir dAnn
by vegetarians, as no meat was taken.
AHOTHERHARDWARE
GUI FOR
The Moyes Will Start New
"Business fr Buy in the-
Kxakauer Concern.
Definite action In the JCrakauer,
Zork & Moye receivership hearing be
fore judge J. R. Harper in the 34th
district court has been postponed un
til Tuesday morning. This announce
ment? was made by judge Harper when
court was convened Monday afternoon.
As a result of the receiver's sale, El
Paso will secure another large hard
ware and machinery house. Edward
Moye announced Monday morning that
interests he controls will bid on the
stock of the Krakauer, Zork & Moye
establishment and that they are pre
pared to take over the business. In the
ovent," however, that Mr. Moye does not
buy the present store, a new concern
will start business In El Paso.
"The Incorporation of a. ?500,000 to
?7504)Q0 hardware company is now in
progress," attorney John L. Dyer, rep
resenting E. Moye and son, Max, said
Monday morning. "Plans are indefinite
as yet, as the receiver's sale is neces
sarily the basis for beginning active
work," Mr. Dyei continued.
As to the stockholders and interests
in the new company, neither Mr. Moye
nor Mr. Dyer would make a statement.
They also refused to discuss the pro
posed location of the new store, in
the event the Moye's back it.
If the Moyes' buy the present
Krakauer, Zork & Moye establishment,
It Is more than probable that El Paso
-will secure another large hardware
store, for, although the Krakauers re
fused to make a statement Monday
morning, it was said they Intend to
continue in business.
Krakauer Interests at the Monday
morning session of court proposed either
J A Gillespie, Capt. W. B. Brack or post
master J. A Smith for receiver. An
nouncement was made by the Moyes
that either Joshua Raynolds, J. G. Mc
Nary or Edgar Kayser would be ac
ceptable. As neither side offered the
bame of a mutual receiver, judge Har
per was asked to name the official,
but he demurred, stating that he would
prefer to confirm the selection of
kian agreeable to both sides.. Turnay
j & Burges; representing the Krakauer
mterests, ana jonn lu. jjyer, represent
ing the Moyes, then witnarew ior a
'conference but were unable to agree.
Accordingi to .the petition in the case,
the assets of the Krakauer, Zork &
Moye store amount to about 5700,000,
and the liabilities to ?S0,000, not in
cluding $220,000 owed by the El Paso
house to the Chihuahua -ouse. The
plaintiffs, are Mrs. .aainnie Krakauer,
who is Edward Moye's sister; Adolph,
Julius and Robert Krakauer and Gus
Zork. The defendants are Edward and
Max Moye.
In the defendants' answer to the
plaintiffs' petition, it is recited that
terms of settlement were agreed uon
on December 23, 19 ID, but that the
plaintiffs later renounced the agree
ment. . ,,
SILK TRAIN THE
LATEST FAD HERE
Silk trains are the latest style in
railroad drosses these bright and
balmy days. A train of silk, or a silk
train take your choice passed
through El Paso Monday at noon.
It was real, Asiatic silk, which was
being carried fronu the Pacific to the
Atlantic coast in bond. It was from
China and was for English cqnsump
tlon. It was handled across the United
States In five S. P. baggage cars oper
ated on the same schedule as the fast
est trains.
The silk left San Francisco on Jan
uary 14 over the Southern Pacific line,
arrived in El Paso as the second se
tion of the Gol'den State limited Mon
dav afternoon and left as the same
; train over the Southwesterh-Rock Isl-
i and road for Chicago. From there it
will be carried by the Lake Shore to
New York for transporting by water
to London.
PETER KUHN DIES
AT MESA 4VE. HOME
Peter Kuhn, aged 57 years, died Sun
day at 12.30 at his residence 913 Mesa
avenue. He had been an invalid for
nearly a year as a result of a stroke of
paralysis. Mr. Kuhn had been a prom
inent property holder in El Paso and
had taken an active part in affairs In
the southwest for many years. He had
been connected with mines in northern
Mexico, and was also the vice presi
dent of the Cactus club In this city.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Do
lores F. de Kuhn, and two brothers,
tone who lives in Kansas and the other
in Mexico;. The brothers have been no
tified of the death and funeral ar
rangements will- be made when they
arrive. K
MOTHER OF EL PASOAN DIES.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Willis, of 417 Pros
pect avenue, are in Center, Texas
where they went to attend the funeral
of. Mr. Willis's mother, -Mrs. Lucy Wil
lis, who died there last week. Mrs.
Willis who was 52 years old, was the
widdw of James Willis and was well
known in El Paso, having visited here
a year ago. She leaves two children
In El Paso, Guy Willis and Mrs. John
C-. Schuller; two sons, Willie and
Leon, and three daughter, Mrs. John
Lynch and Misses Jimmle and Margue
rite Willis, who reside at Center, Texas.
W. W. HOWELL.
Died of pneumonia, Woodrow Wilson
Howell, infant son of L. O. Howell and
Rose Howell, of 807 Roosevelt avenue.
CARLOS LOPEZ KILLS
HIMSELF IN JUAREZ
Carlos Lopez, age 25, shot himself
Monday afternoon at his apartments.
No. 10 Lerdo avenue, Juarez, death fol
lowing soon after. He was formerly
connected with the custom servfee on
the Mexican side and is well known in
Juarez. He has a mother and father
living in the Interior of Mexico. No
motive for the suicide Is given. ',
ARE- LOOKING FOR PARTY WHO
THREW ROCK IN CAR WINDOW
Street railiway officials, are hunting
for the person who threw a rock
through two windows of a smelter car
Monday morning. The car was in charge
of oohdfuctor Socoloff and motornmn H.
D. Jones and was passing in front; of the
smelter when a rock crashed through the
windows.
Who killed the high meat prices
in Bl Baso? Ardoin's Market,
JFIEE IN HOUSE;
FAMILY AWAY
Joe Brown's- Residence Is
Damaged While Wife is
Sick in Hospital.
Mice and matches are believed to
have been responsible for a fire which
damaged the home of Joe Brown, 417
Prospect avenue, at 11 oclock Sunday
evening.
'Clothes in a closet and some in a
dresser which had been placed against
the door of the loset, were badly
burned and it is believed that the fire
originated there. The furniture and
clothing in the house were damaged to
the extent of about ?400 or $500 while
about $150 or $200 damage was done
to the roof. Marks on the rear door
Indicated that it might have been
broken open by burglars and the fire
started by them.
There was no one at home at the
1 time of the fire except a pet fox terrier,
which was overcome by smoke but was
brought out of the burning building
and resuscitated.
Mrs. Brown is at Hotel Dieu, where
stfiti has been confined for some time.
. and her husband was visiting her
while her sister and brotherlnlaw, Mr.
and Mrs. Guy .Willis, are at Center.
Texas, where they went to a.ttend the
funeral of Mr. Willis's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown's little son, Joe,
has been with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hag
berg at 419 Prospect avenue, since Mrs.
Brown's removal to the hospital.
,The fire department, in answering
the alarm, had considerable difficulty
in finding the fire, as" the alarm was
turned In from box 121 at the corner
pf Santa e street and Prospect ave
nue, a block and a half distant. An
effort will be made by residents to- have
another fire alarm box located near
there so that there will be no con
fusion in future.
DEMOCRATS URGED
TO PAY POLLTAXES
For the purpose of urging Democrats
to pay their poH taxes, about 150 "ring"
members and. their friends met in the
county courtroom Saturday night. 00X0
mittees were appointed to canvass the
city in the interests of the candidates.
The date for the primary election has
not yet been fixed, but it will be held
some time between Feb. 10 and March
11, as it must be held 30 days before
the city election, which is fixed hy the
charter for the second Tuesday in April
and this year that day will be April 11.
W. H. Burges called the meeting to
order, Maury Kemp was elected chair
man, and James J. Murphy was chosen
as secretary.
Speeches were made by W. H. Burges,
Judge A. S. J. Eytar and Maury Kemp,
all irrginor those present to get out 'and
work hard to get poll taxes paid, as there
is a possibility that the prohibition
question will be brought up this year.
The "ring" supported Colqxntt and will
therefore oppose prohibition.
THE COURTS.
34TH DISTRICT.
J. R. Harper, Presiding;
Adolph Krakauer and others vs. E.
Moye and others, petition for receiver
of Krakauer, Zork & Moye hardware
store; called for hearing.
41ST DISTRICT.
Jndse A. 31. Walthall, Presiding.
Helen A. Hensley vs. Harvey Hen
sley, suit for divorce filed.
A. P. Haseltlne vs. Tularosa Copper
company and other's, suit filed asking
judgment for 1530 damages as result
of alleged termination by defendant
of plaintiffs contract as mill foreman.
P. S. Phillips vs. Ed. Marsh, suit
on ?600 bond called for hearing.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge A. S. J. Eylar, Presiding.
J. I. Broyles vs. H. W. Goldman,
suit asking judgment for 250 on dis
tress warrant; judgment under consid
eration by the court.
JUSTICE COURTS.
E. JJ. 3IcCllntock, Presiding.
Texas Electric Supply company vs.
S. Xtefkoviiz, judgment for plaintiff for
29.
H. F. Stacy, Presiding.
Edward Walsh, charged on five
counts with forgery, bound over to
grand jury with bond placed at 300 In
each case.
SPECIAL VENIRES
FOR FOUR CASES
Capital cases set for hearing In the
34th district court Include that of
Yrleno Sanchez on February S. He is
charged with criminal assault md a
special venire of 50 men has been or
dered. Special venires of 60 men have also
been ordered in court on February 15
and February 20, when the cases of
Aniseto Medlno and Catrino Rodriguez
are scheduled for trial. Both men are
charged with criminal assault
Huperto Figueroa, charged with
murder, is scheduled to face trial on
February 27. A speqlal venire of ufl
men has been ordered.
CHARGE THREE WITH
ENTERING BOX CAR
Informations have been filed in justice
McClintock's court charging' Teodora
Barron, Carlos Sebredo and Juan Tega
with the burgUary of a,4fox car.
Informations have also been filed with
iustice McClintock charging Catarino
lEspino, Alberto Resa and Severiano Bar
rieutas with assault to murder. Santa
Ana, Valdez is the prosecuting witness.
He was injured in a fight at a Florence
and Seventh street saloon in which Bar
rientas sustained a wound which pene
trated his right hing. He was also cut
across the right arm.
3IEXICAX CHARGED WITH
ROBBING MAN OF HIS HAT.
Negro Held On Charge of Carrying
Revolver and Criminal Assault
Women Accused of Sell
ing Cocaine.
A total of 48 arrests were made by
the police department from Saturday
night to Monday morning.
Arrests Include those of Hosendo
Romero and Juan Morales, the former I
charged with robbery by assault. He
Is alleged to have taken Morales's
hat. Morales is held as a suspicious'
character.
Tom Harvey, a negro, was arrested
on a charge of carrying a revolver. He
is also charged with criminal assault.
At the Saturday afternoon session
of police court Mrs. Laura Walker and
Miss Annie Walker were each fined
50 on charges of unlawfully gelling
cocaine and morphine. Lulz Alvarez
was fined 25 on the same charge.
' Martin Hernandez, arrested Sunday
on a charge of theft under 50, is al
leged to have attempted to take some
brass from the Pass City Light com
pany. Pedro Herrera Is held as a suspicious
character because he had several ar
ticles said to have been taken from
Brazos flats apartments. v
RELIABLE
BUSINESS
' PEOPLE
WHO WANT
YOUR TRADE
Dentists
DRLEE McINTOSH, Painless Dentist.'
Room 608, American Natl. Bank Bldg.
Specialist
DR. CART, SMITH (SEEN ONXY)
107 San Antonio St. Auto 2151.
Upholstering
Repairing, packing, upholstering.
Fred M. Bagge. Phone 327S. -
Chartered Accountant.
S. A. SIMMERS.
Audits and Investigations.
tBell Phone 3193.
AMUSEMENTS.'
SEATS FOR "POLLY."
Ida St. Leon will be sen here Sunday
and "Monday, January 22 and 23, at
the El Paso theater, in "Polly of the
Circus," which was one of the big
New York; sucesses, running for neaiS
ly an entire year at the Liberty thea
ter, where crowded houses attested its
great popularity. The ilay, with all
Its attractive scenes, quaint characters
and elaborate stage effects, Is said td
be one of rare delight. The scenic
equipment Is lavish and elaborate.
Five big circus acts are employed in
the big sawdust scene in the third act.
Seats go on sale Wednesday, January
18.
SHRAPNEL IS EFFECTTVEILY
DROPPED FROM BALLOON.
San Francisco, CaL, Jan. 15. For the
first time in the history of aviation
in this country, a loaded bomb was
dropped from an aeroplane on Camp
Self ridge field Sunday and exploded.
The experiment was "made by Lieut. M.
S. Crissey, of the coast artillery, flying
with Phillip Parmalee in a Wright bi
plane. At a height of 475 feet, Lieut.
Crissey released the shrapnel shot,
aiming at a clear spot on the ground
near the lower end of the field. A
puff of smoke as the missile struck
showed the success of the experiment.
The shot was capable of wounding
within a radius of 70 yards and great
care was exercised in selecting the
place for dropping It.
CHINESE OPPOSE MEASURES
TO CURB THE PLACfUE.
Pekin, China, Jan 16. Reports from
Harbin say. the Chinese are vigorously
opposing the summary disposition of
the bodies of. those who have died from
the bnbonic plague. The authorities
do ritot burn them, the people desiring
that they remain intact so that their
ancestors may recognize them in the
future life. They also oppose the burn
ing of houses, some of which contain
the dead bodies of entire families.
Some of the corpses have remained
in the city for days, but they are now
being taken to the open country, where
trenches for their burial have been
prepared. N
Who killed the high meat prices
in El Paso? Ardom's Market.
NO ANSWER IN HOTEL
MATTER UNTIL THURSDAY
No new developments in the hotel
situation are expected until Thursday,
when a definite answer Is expected
from Andrews & Co., to the offer of the
El Paso men to give 100,000 bonus to
build the hotel on El Paso street. J. G.
McNary has received a message from
Mr. Ulman that the matter Is being
taken up in New York and his com
pany would be In position to give the
Ei Paso hotel promoters an answer by
Thursday.
NEGRO JOCKEY SUSPENDED
AT THE JUAREZ TRACK.
Jockey Murphy, the only negro riding
at the Juarez track, was suspended
Sunday for the ride he put up on Har
rigan last week. Harrigan quit to
nothing when the negro boy was np
on him, and In Sunday's race he ran
well -up In second position in a. much
better field, causing the judges to take
the negro's case under advisement and
start an investigation of his previous
ride. mJd, J jtn
Who killed the high meat prices
in El Paso? Ardoin's Market.
ROAD QUARREL IS CAUSE
OF SHOOTING NEAR DENISON.
Denison, Texas, Jan. 16. Frank
Boyd was shot in the face and serious
ly wounded today iby H. C Harring
ton, near town. The men quarreled
over the right to the use of a road
and gate. Boyd received a charge of
bird shot in the face. Both parties
were arrested.
RUMORS CIRCULATED THAT
BRYCE I& TO GIVE UP POST
London Enr., Jan. 16. Rumors that
ambassador Bryce contemplates early re
tirement from his post at Washington
are again current. Sir Maurice DeBun
zen, ambassaior to Madrid is mentioned
as his possible successor.
CHINA5IAN RELEASED.
Yee. Sing was arrested by immigra
tion officers Saturday afternoon and
released on bond by United States com
missioner George B. Oliver, when ar
raigned on a charge of being an Ille
gal resident of the country.
St. Yves Wins. Race.
Baltimore, Md., Jfscn. 26.Henry St.
Yves of France defeated John Svan
bergjof Sweden in a 15 mile race here
Sunday, winning by' half a lap on ths
13 lap track in one hour, 25 minutes
an4 41 seconds.
CHILD KILLED IN" FALL.
Tucson, Ariz., Jan. 16. Jesse Stew
art, the elghtyearold son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Stewart, died Sunday of a
fracture of the skull, caused by fall
ing from a tree.
AID SOCIETY MEETING.
The Women's Aid society of West
minster church will meet with Mrs,
Rena Parry, 1005 North Florenqe, in
stead of at Mrs. Nash's, as previously
announced.
TRINIDAD'S POPULATION.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 16. The
population of Trinidad, Colo., is 10,204,
as compared -with 5345 in 1900.
' Who killed the high meat prices
. in El Paso? Ardoin's Market.
PAY AT THE POSTOFFICE.
The ghost walked at the postofficv
today and the postal employes are all
smiles.
Joints that acfee. muscles that are
drawn or contracted should be treated
with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT.
It penetrates to the spot where it Is
needed and relieves suffering. Price
2ic, 50c and r.89 per bottle. Sold by
Scott White & Co., 204 Mills, and Depot
Pharmacy.

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