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Rates for Classified Ads.
One cent per. word. No
charge less than $ .25
Six consecutive inser
tions, per word 05
By month, per line 1.00
A LETTER FOR TOU.
Replies Eent In care of The Herald
office were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for
not later than one week after being
bulletined:
A. V. I - F. 4S4
A. 232 H. 1S1
T. 9$ H. B.
D. H. H. 213
D. J. J c.
E. M 31. 311
E. J- Kansas
E. 48 "Opportunity
F. 83 265
For Sale Real Estate.
FRENCH ADDITION Lots $1 down $1
per week. No ftiterest. No taxes. Auto
phone 1004. 409 E. Overland.
A BEAUTIFUL H03B3
On Montana St. Terraced lots, beau
tiful 2 story home, lots run back 200
feet to Rio Grande St. This property,
between Newman and Austin Sts.,
fronts south. We can sell you this
on long: terms with small payment
down. A big1 snap.
McGhee Realty Co.,
Room 14. Morehouse Blk El Paso, Tex.
V
25,000 will take a close In piece of
business property. The best buy on the
market today. Call and see us about
this.
$6000 buys 25x134 ,feet on the corner
of Fourth and El Paso streets.
$5000 takes a 5 room brick on 25x120
feet on Mesa avenue, between Boule
vard and Montana. ,
$3400 for this 5 'room modern brick
cottage, close in, in the Sunset addi
tion. $500 cash, "balance 1, 2 and 3
years.
VALLEY LAND BARGAIN.
$7500 buys 50 acres about 7 miles
belbw the city, near Smith's dairy. 1-3
cash, balance 1 and 2 years. All this
land has been under cultivation with
in the last 5 years.
BEER & "WATTS,
10G S. El Paso Street.
INSURANCE, LOANS.
Bell Phone 454. Auto Phone 1454.
"WHEN YOU "WANT ANYTHING XN
THE REAL ESTATE LINE YOU
WILL FIND JUST WHAT TOU
WANT ON OUR LIST.
HERE ARE A FEW OFFERINGS THAT
CANNOT BE DUPLICATED:
5 Toom cement block cottage. Boule
vard inside Cotton Ave., and the price
only"$3S00.
3 lots in Mundy Heights, level as the
floor. $900 each.
5 room cottage on Montana .St., south
Iront, $4000; easy terms.
t 6 room cottage, close in on N. Ange
St.. $4000.
5 room cottage, N. Florence St, $4200.
4 room cottage. East El Pa30, $2100.
5 room cement block cottage, East
El Paso, $2800.
LOTS LOTS LOTS.
We have them in every part of the
city and we can give you some bar
gains. We will also build you a house
and furnish the lots and you can pay
for it on easy payments.
WE "WRITE FIRE INSURANCE.
ANDERSON-FILLER REALTY CO
1 and 2 Buckler Bldg. Bell 491.
Oil Lands.
NOTICE On Feb. 1st we will advance
the price of all unsold tracts in the
Toyah oil field from $10 to $12.50 each.
The dsvelopments 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 companv. Send in your
order for a few of these tracts today.
Only $10 each. Address Dept. H.. Toyah
Oil and Mineral Company, 512 First
National Bank Building. Fort Worth.
Musical.
WALTER'S. DAVIS, piano teacher.
$5
mo. Phone 2o67.
Too La,te To Classify.
NEWMAN INVESTMENT CO.
4th Floor, American Bank Building.
TWO OF THE BEST LOTS
In East El Paso, south front and on
the Fort Bliss car line. You may make
your own terms.
Lee H. Orndorff,
Sheldon Hotel Lobby. Phone 530.
"WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS
SNAP?
Two story, 7 room, 'modern hrlck on
Rio Grande at a price so low. WS are
almost ashamed to mention it. Only
$4750; good terms.
Mathevrs-Champlin Realty Co.,
Bell 638 311 San Francisco Auto. 1638
Announcements.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the offibe of Mayor of the
City of EI Paso, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
C. E. KELLY.
I -hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Alderman, subje'et 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. f
L. M. TURNER
I hereby announce myself as can
didate for Alderman, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries.
SAM BLUMENTHAL.
T 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 Aldermant 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.
ADRLN POOL.
Too Late to Classify.
NEWMAN INVESTMENT CO.
4th Fioor, American Bank Building1.
EAST EL PASO LOTS WANTED.
We have a cash buyer for an East
El Paso bargain. List yours.
Mayaeld Realty Co.
Phone 6S4.
$10,000 EQUITY
In improved LI Paso residence prop
erty to trade for clear property. One
piece preferred. Will take valley land.
3Iayfleld Realty Co. "
SEVEN ROOM FURNACE HEATED
House on north side for $6200.. You'll
have to hurry.
Mayfleld Realty Co.
3EESA AVE. PROPERTY.
55 feet close m at only $220 per foot.
Mayflela Realty Co.,
'Plaza Block. Phone 684.
52x120 FEET ON N. OREGON ST.
For sale at a bargain.
3Iayfleld Realty Co.
W. MISSOURI ST.
75x120 foot apartment house site,
very close in and desirable. Price only
$6750.
MaySeld Realty Co
Plaza Block. Phone 6S4.
Geo. D. Kendall Makes Glasses Right.
AUTO FOR VACANT LOTS.
New 2 passenger automobile to trade
for vacant lots. Price $710.
Rio Grande Realty Co.,
216 and 217 American Bank Building'.
ON W. MISSOURI ST.
Only a few vacant lots are left on
the "Apartment street." I have a big"
bargain in two south front lots.
Lee H. Orndorff,
Sheldon Hotel Lobby. Phone 580.
ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE
AT A BARGAIN.
11 rooms for $500 and a brand new
place in splendid location.
Mnthevrs-Chnmplin Realty Co.
311 San Francisco St.
FOR RENT.
8 room house, Wyoming: St $35.00
5 room cottage, Upson Ave 35.00
si 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 200.00
Offices in Buckler Bldg., $15 and up.
Anderson-Filler Realty Co.,
1 and 2 Buckler Bldg. Bell 491.
BEAUTIFUL HOME MUST BE SOLD.
Two story brick. Uptodate in every
respect. We offer for sale this, beauti
ful 8 room home on" Rio Grande for
$6500; terms.
Mathevrs-Cnamplln Realty Co.
Bell 638 311 San Francisco Auto 1638
$15.00 PER MONTH.
Only $100 cash, balance $15 per
month, will buy a modern brick cot
tage in the bes't residence portion of
East El PaTsro. Price $1500.
Lee H. Orndorff,
Sheldon Hotel Lobby. Phone 530.
WANTED EAST EL PASO LOTS.
We have one of the best built 6
room houses on the north side of the
tracks that we will trade for good
lots In East El Paso.
"Anderson-FHler Realty Co
Rooms 1 and 2 Buckler Buildinjg.
Phone 49L
FOR RENT PHONE BELL 478.
6 rooms (fur.) fine location $50.00
6 rooms N. Campbell 35.00
6 rooms N. Florence 37.50
4 rooms close in. Overland St. . 18.00
4 rooms modern, on car 15.00
Furnished rooms in all parts of city.
RIo Grande Realty Co.,
216 and 217 American Bank Building.
FOR SALE.
Rooming house netting $200 per mo.,
newly furnished, fine condition, high
priced trade: gopd location for tran
sient business. Let us show you this.
Address P. O. box 18.
FOR SALE Lee's chicken brooder and
incubators at Clifford Bros.
STORE FOR RENT 104 N.
Stanton..
FOR QUICK SALE Corner, 500 block,
Rio Grande. Will net 8 percent on
price asked. A 6 room house, 910 N.
Campbell, for rent, $35 month. Phone
2347.
FOR RENT On Feb. 1st, 5 room cot
tage, 1106 N. Campbell St. Apply 1106
N. Campbell St.
BOY WANTED fqrstore work.
Lerner, 207 San Antonio St.
David
FOUND Collie puppy. Owner may
have same bv callin"- at SOS N. Ore
gon and paying for this ad.
WANTED 'Position bv stationary en
gineer. Address Engineer, Herald.
WANTED Second hand piano; name
make, condition and terms. Write
Piano, Herald.
POUXD A rosary in mesh purse.
Herald office.
At
WANT TO LEASE good hotel, fur
nished complete with the privilege of
buylnsr: 10 years experience. Apply to
box 150 Alpine Txas.
DON'T GET HOODOOED on trees and
prices. Fruit and shade trees that are
adapted to your ground, cheap; apple
trees grown here at 10c; Bartlett pear
trees lie and un. See me B-4-U buy
trees. Geo. W. McNally. Phone 3103,
El Paso Nursery Co.
FOR RENT 5 room cottage with
sleeping porch at 809 Arizona St. Will
be vacant Feb. 1st. Inquire of Drs.
Strang and Phelps, 709 N. Oregon St.
Phone 171.
ONE FRESH JERSEY COW will ex
change for horse and busrgy. Bell 3342.
FOR SALE Rooming house, 53 beds,
netting $200 per month; sickness rea
son for selling. Address Owner, P. O.
box 1091.
Geo. D. Kendall Makes Glasses Right.
FOR RENT 3 f urnlsneS housekeeping
rooms. Call 209S. Florence.
WANT TO EXCHANGE One large
residence, close In on Boulevard, for
ranch up or down the valley. Address
J. W. H.. care Herald.
FOR SALE Diamond brooch, cost $150,
will take half. Address H. 242, Her
ald. YOUNG MAX, 24 years old, wants po
sition; ranch or farm; understands Ir
rigation. Address H. 24, Hetald.
WANTED Saddle hourse, young, styl
ish and well gaited. Phone 3733.
AUTOMOBILE TO TRADE FOR CITY
PROPERTY".
t A dandy 4 cylinder 5 passenger car,
1910 model, to trade for lots or Im
proved propertv
Mathews-CIiamplIn Realty Co.,
Bell 638 311 San Franciso Auto 1638
NEW BUNGALOW.
S blocks from city. 6 rooms, mod
ern, in mission style, south front; a
beauty. Better see it before buying.
$5000; terms.
A. A. Hatcher, Real Estate.
Upstairs, Morgan Bldg.
TO LBT 1006 Rio Grande St.. 7 room
house. $35 per month.
Cassidy & Davidson.
A BARGAIN
On Boulevard. 8 room house on corner,
south front, heating plant; modern in
every respect. "We have a sacrifice
price on it for a few days. The prop
erty Is worth $10,000; our price $7600;
tsrms.
Austin & Marr,
Phone 352. Caples Building.
FOR RENT.
4 room cottage, 710 Lee St, $20; 3
room flats, Dallas St., $12.50; 7 room
suite of apartments in the Lucerne,
very select
Lone Stnr Lnnd Co.,
213 Texas St
CROICEN GLASSES? Ask Segall.
EL
Too Late to Classify.
Geo. D. Kendall Makes Glasses Right.
S7xl20. CORNER N. STANTON, close in.
$20,000. HAWKINS BROS., Morgan
Bldg.
S ROOM BRICK, 100x120, corner, on
Boulevard. $12,000 for quick sale. HAW
KINS BROS. "Homes Our Specialty."
HERE IS A SNAP 50x120, corner, on
N. Oregon St. $11,000. Two houses on
this. Must sell. HAWKINS BROS.
TWO STOBlY BUILDING, 104xl20, close
to E. P. & S. W. building. Renting now
for $175 per month. Will trade for
something on south side. HAWKINS
BROS, for city propertv.
ESTABLISHED TOWNSITE in New
Mexico, with income of $6000 yearly.
Will trade for most anything. $50,000.
This will make you a fortune. HAW
KINS BROS. Morgan Bldg.
FINE H03IE ON MONTANA. One of
the best in El Paso. Will trade for val
ley land.
$100 DOWN. BALANCE MONTHLY,
will buy new 4 room brick, mission
finish. $2300. HAWKINS BROS.
WILL TAKE GOOD building lots as
part payment on new S room 2 story
house. HAWKINS BROS. See our big
list
WE WANT YOUR RENTALS. Qet a
business man who is making a success
of business to attend to your business
Jike it was his business. HAWKINS
BROS
FOR SALE Gas range and one gas wa
ter heater, round oak heating stove
and hat rack. Apply mornings, flat 3,
T.aTnr
WAXTED Two white women cooks,
boarding house, out of town. $35 per
month, board and room. Bell phone
7S0.
NEED GLASSES? Ask Segall.
FOR SALE; Singer sewing machine.
418 N. Oreg'on.
ENGLISH speaking governess wanted
to go to Mexico to take charge of 3
children. Write, giving references, to
L. 100, care Herald.
REWARD for return of handbag and
contents. Mrs. M. J. Eltchcpck, 1020
Prospect.
FOR SALE 18 shares Government Hill
stock cheap. Peyton J. Edwards. Phone
292.
EYEGLASS COMFORT? Ask Segall.
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH Com
plete Ozo gas outfit. Call C. H. Brown,
Happy Hour theater, city.
CORNER R003I with porch, all con
veniences. $3.00. 806 N. El Paso.
TWO SINGLE housekeeping rooms. 317
E. Franklin.
FOR RENT One large furnished room
with telephone and bath, 3 blocks from
court house in private family. $12 per
month. 314 S. Florence St
Geo. D. Kendall Makes Glasses Right.
FOR RENT Half 6 room furnished
cottage, housekeeping. 215 Wyoming.
FOR RENT One large furnished room
with telephone and bath. 3 blocks from
court house, in private family; $12 per
month. 314 S. Florence St.
WANTED Lady of refinement to han
dle high class proposition; excellent
opportunity for trained nurse; bond or
reliable surety required. In replying
give phone number. I. 27. Herald.
FOR SALE New wagon, team and har
ness; also riding and driving horses.
326 Erie St. Phone 1277.
EASY TERMS.
A modern 5 room brick cottage,
close in. south front; $300 cash, bal
ance $30 per month. Price $3300.
Lee H. Orndorff,
Sheldon Hotel Lobby. Phone 530.
DOWNING & CROWELL.
F Real "Rstatn
Fire "Underwriters,
Surety Bonds.
209 Mesa Avenue.
FOR SALE
BARGAIN IN ROOMING HOUSE.
12 roo'ms. furnished, in paved dis
trict, 15 boarders. Will sacrifice for
a quick sale. ,
Cassidy & Davidson.
TWO LOTS, SOUTH FRONT
On Arizona St. A pickup at $1500. See
us quick.
Austin & Marr,
Phone 352. Caples Building.
I ROOMING HOUSE, 26 rooms, clearing
$laO per month above expenses, will
bear Investigation. Price $1500, 1-3
cash; terms to suit- 33 rooms, nicely
furnished, hot and cold water in each
room. Rooms always occupied. Own
er wishes to leave city. Will take
$3100; terms to suit See Knew Rum
mers Realty Co., 10-11 Buckler Bldg.
FURNISHED ROOMS for light house
keeping; large, private sleeping porch,
1001 N. El Paso St., about 2 blocks from
public llbrarv.
WANTED About 30 acres of land
within 25 miles of El Paso; state full
particulars in first letter; no agents.
P. O. box. 747.
FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask SesrsUl.
SACRDTICE BARGAIN. SNAP.
Grocery store, East El Paso, doing
good business. Will sell property or
goods separate. Party needs money.
Act quick. Call for particulars; no
phone.
A. A. Hatcher, Real Estate.
Upstairs, Morgan Bldg.
FOR SALE
COMPLETELY FURNISHED.
Located on Rio Grande St. 2 story
red jpressed brick, modern and upto
date residence, located in the 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.
Cassidy Sc Davidson,
211 Mills St.
A BARGAIN
In 6 room house a few blocks from La
mar school, lot 50x160, south front.
?500 cash, balance easy terms. ,
Austin & Marr,
Phone 352. Caples Building.
NEWMAN INVEST3D3NT CO.
4th Floor, American Bank Building.
VALUABLE English bull, a beauty, 11
months old, brindle; excellent watch
dog, house broke, for sale. $15. Can
be seen after 10 in store, 214 Texas.
MONTANA ST. HOME for rent
rooms, close in, $40. Phone 52.
Six
Geo. D. Kendall 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.
$3S00; terms.
35 acres 15 miles below city, half in
alfalfa, on main road 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 imnrovements. $150
per acre.
A. A. Hatcher, Real Estate.
Upstairs, Morgan Bldg.
TrKT?V. TS t f5T5VTITTSR TlATJCirv
T"Tn a home. 5 room modern house with
basement under .sart, on terms: on the
best part of Novada St. for $3200; no
bargain like th's In El Paso.
Ask Hodge Realty Co.,
303 Texas St Phone 815.
ONE. HEATING STOAT, 1 kitchen cabi
net for sale. Call 2065 Bell, and get a
bargain.
NEWMAN INVESTMENT CO.
4th Floor. American Bank Building.
EYE TROUBLE? Ask Segall.
Try Herald Want Ads.
HERALD
Too Late To Classify.
"WE CAN SELL YOU S03IE SOUTH
FRONT LOTS ON MANZANA AVE..
East El Paso, for $400 each. Terms. 10
percent cash and Bpercent month. Bet
ter see us about them.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
WE ARE OFFERING A HANDSOME
NEW AND MODERN BRICK
COTTAGE FOR 52400.
Is splendidly situa&ed in East El
Paso; has just b.en completed; has 4
attractive rooms, 2 porclies, yard
fenced, interior walls tinted. Price
$2400, and only $100 cash, balance $25
per month.
Lone Star Land Co..
213 Texas St.
WE HAVE A REAL BARGAIN ON A
RIO GRANDE ST. COR?fER.
It's a modern home of 6 large rooms,
large closets 2 big porches, back porch
screened, handsome mantel, a modern
kitchen, "in fact its faultless; all for
$4500, and onl-' $500 cash will get you
possession, balance we can arrange
very easy.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St., Sole Agents.
Ma-sonic Notices.
EL PASO LODGE, NO. 130, A.F. &A. M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
L. E. Gillett, W. M.
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. McCulIougb, Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSE3D3LY, FRA
TERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL. EV
ERY WED. AND SAT. NIGHT.
ADS BY PHONE.
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell what
you want, The Herald boy will collect
the next day.
WHITE HOUSE TAKES
A NEW LEASE
Will Occupy Entire First
Moor and Basement of
New Plaza Block.
The White House has closed a con
tract for the first floor and basement
of the new Plaza block, which is to be
built by the Central Building and Im
provement company, which owns the
building and site of the old Plaza block
on Pioneer plaza.
The new store will face Pioneer plaza
and will have a solid glass arcade
across the entire front, with a mezza
nine floor above the first floor.
The store will extend"" back to the
alley and the arcade will have an en
trance from the Mills building and
Herald building sides . N
EL PASOANS BUY
BANK AT GALLUP
Francis B. Gallagher and T. M". Que
bedeaux, of t'he First National bank,
have purchased; the McKinley county
bank, of Gailirp, N. M., and will take
charge of it on Feb. 1, resigning their
positions as assistant cashiers at the
First Xational.
They will be associated 'with M. W.
Flournoy, of Albuquerque, who will be
president of the GaJhrp bank. Mr. Gal
lagher will be vice president and Mr.
Quebedeaux will be cashier.
2so successors have been named at the
First Xational.
GLOBE MAN SILLS
WIFE AND HIMSELF
Globe, Ariz., Jan. 17. Thos. R.
Brown shot and killed his wife and then
turned the revolver on himself, firing a
shot through his right cheek this morn
ing. The wife lived only a few minutes,
and Brown survived her an hour.
Domestic troubles axe said to have
been the: cause of the tragedy. Brown
formerly worked at Clifton.
THE COURTS.
41st DISTRICT.
Judge A. 31. Walthall, Presiding.
P. S. Phillips vs. Ed Marsh, suit on
$600 bond called for hearing.
Elsie Sohn Biesswinger vs. Charles
Biesswinger, suit filed asking divorce
and injunction.
Henry B. Albertus vs. CafisherDry
Goods company, suit filed asking judg
ment for 5000 alleged damages. Plain
tiff alleges forfeiture of his contract
on January 16, as manager of the wo
men's outer garments department for
which he was receiving $150 per
month.
Brunswick-Balke-Collander company
jvs. J. H. Adams ana u. t. i? elKer. suit
on deot or ztio.tb inea.
W. L. Tooley vs. J. S. Rogers, suit on
notes and for foreclosure of Hen filed.
34th DISTRICT.
Judge J. R. Harper, Presiding.
R. G. Richardson vs. El Paso and
Southwestern railway, suit for $25,000
damages for alleged personal injuries,
on trial. Theury disagreed at the
first trial of the case In September.
Richardson asks judgment f ot" alleged
injuries to his left elbow, said to have
been sustained at Torrance, N. M.,
while he was in charge of a cattle
train.
A Krakauer et al. vs. E. Moye et al.,
aplication for apointment of a receiver
for Krakauer, Zork & Moye establish
ment, on call.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge A. S. J. Eylar, Presiding.
Stewart & White vs. county of El
Paso, suit asking $15,000 judgment on
trial. The plaintiffs ask judgment on
the score of the county condemning a
strip of ground 12x125 feet, for the ex
tension of the street car line to the
cement plant. A jury viewing the plot
of land awarded the plaintiff $690.
They appealed.
JUSTICE COURTS.
E. B. McCHntock, Presiding.
S. H. Newman vs. B. Weiss, judg
ment for plaintiff for $15.50.
Justice Stacy, Presiding.
Martin Hernandez, charged with
theft of brass from street car barns.
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
JOHN CLOW.
A telegram was received in El Paso
this morning announcing the death of
John Clow, which occurred In Los An
geles, Cal., Monday night Ms. Clow
was well known in El Paso and
throughout the southwest, having trav
eled through this section as a repre
sentative of the Hardsocg Drill com
pany, of Ottumwa, la.
TWIN BOYS BORN.
Twin boys were born to Mr. and Mrs.
F. F. Norton, at 3210 FInley street,
Tuesday morning.
Hot Chocolate with whipped cream
and cake. Elite Confectionery Co.
9f
MOtfEY AM METALS.
. Kevr York Quotation.
New York, Jan. 17. Call money
22 percent.
Prime mercantile paper, 44 per
cent. Closing: Quotations -Today.
Bar silver 53.
Desilverized lead, jquiet, $4.404.50.
Copper, weak, standard spot, 12.00
12.15; March, 12.00 12.15.
Spelter (St- Louis quotation) lower;
5.375.40.
Mexican dollars, 45.
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter. )
Bar silver 53
Copper (wire bars) 12.375
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12.25
Lead (London sales prices). 13, si, d3
Load (N. V sales price) ?4.ul
Weekly Averages.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver 54.69
Copper 12.39
tNEW YOBiTlXSTEB
STOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald front
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Amalgamated .. v. 645
American Smelters 76
American lSugar .... 115
Atchison 104
Colorado Fuel & Iron .!.. 32
Great Northern, pfdv 125
Northern Pacific 118
NewNeark Central 111
Reading 156
Rock Island 32
Southern Pacific 117
Union Pacific 176
U. S. Steel, common 77
U. S. Steel, pfd 118
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special "Wire to Tno Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Glob'e. Ariz.)
Arizona Commercial 13
Calumet &. Arizona ....).. . 47
Giroux . 6
Greene Cananea 6
Helvetia 1
Miami 19
Nevada Consolidated 19
North Butte 28 "
Old Dominion 40
Shannon . . n
Superior & Boston 4
Superior & Pittsburg 14
Utah Copper 46
UNLISTED STOCKS.
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Arizona-Michigan, part paid 5c
Cactus 20c
Calumet & Montana 71c
Chino Copper Co. ...,. 21
Penn-Arizona 4
Ely Centrali 5C
Goldf ield Consolidated 6
Inspiration Copper sia
Live Oak Development ; 23
Mason Valley 1 9
National Mining Exp. lc
New Keystone 3
Ohio Copper 1
Ray Central ' 3'
Ray Consolidated .... 10c
Shattuck . ... 21
G-rain and Provisions,
Chicago Grain. Close.
Wheat
May
July
.1.01
97
50
51
Corn
May
July
Oats
May
July
Chicago Provisions.
3435
34
Close
Pork
May $19.05
July 1S.65
19.07
Lard
May 10.05 10.07$
July 9.97
Ribs
May and July Asked.. .9.92
LIVESTOCK
Kansas City. Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 17. Cattle
Receipts 14,000, Including 800 south
erns; steady to weak. Native steers,
$5.406.75; southern steers, $5.256.20;
southern cows, $3.255.00; native cows
and heifers, $3.006.00; stockers and
feeders, $4.505.90, bulls, $4.005.10;
calves, $4.50 8.50, western steers, $5.00
6.25; western cows. $3.25 5.25.
Hogs Receipts 13,000, 510c higher;
bulk, $7.S07.S5, heavy, $7.S07.90;
packers and butchers, $7.S07.90; light,
$7.75 7.85.
Sheep Receipts 8000; steady. Mut
tons, $4.004.50; lambs, $5.506.10;
fed wethers and yearlings, $4.0Q5.75;
fed western ewes,J3.504.35. (
Fort Wortn Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex., Jan. 17. Cattle
Receipts 2300; calves 600; hogs 1500.
Steers steady, tops $6.25; cows steady,
tops $4.40; calves higher, tops $6.10.
Hogs Steady, tops $6.20.
WOOL
St. Louis W00L. Close.
St. Louis,, Mo. ,Jan. 17. Wool un
changed. Territory and western me
dium, 2123; fine medium, 1719; fine,
1213.
Boston Wool. Close.
Boston, Mass., Jan. 17. Wool mar
ket continues fairly active, although
actual sales are small. Prices in gen
eral ar,e unchanged, "and fleece wools
are quite firm. There is a distinct ad
vance noted In delaines for which there
Is a lively inquiry. Washed delaine
brings 34 cents, while medium half
blood Ohio is held at 30 cents. Terri
torv wools are not so active, but con
siderable Wyoming has changed hands
at 16 to 18 in original bags. Pulled
wools hold fairly steady and the de
mand Is better.
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REPORTED FIGHT AT
CHIHUAHUA DENIED
A report is current in El Paso
and Ciudad Juarez that fight
ing Is in progress near the clty
of Chihuahua. The report can
not be verified.
An authentic report from
that city at 3:10 p. m. denies
that anything has occurred in
the vicinity.
ELKS TO ENDORSE RASBURY.
The Bl Paso Elks will meet tonight
for the regular weekly session. It i3
understood that C. A. Rasbury, of Dal
las, will be endorsed for election as
grand exalted ruler of the Elks at the
Atlantic City convention next summer.
CHARGED WITH SPEEDING.
Dr. S. T. Turner was arrested on a
charge of speeding, the warrant having
been dssued by justice Louis Foix, of
Ysleta and the case set for hearing
there.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS CHARGED.
W. H. Kinwas arrested Tuesday by
the noiice and a cluwsre of cruelty to an?.
j mais registered against mm.
SUB nt an n n nil 1 ffc
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Governor of Territory Says
President Will Eeeom-
mend It and Con-'
gress 'Approve.
The New Mexico constitution will be
accepted by the popular vote of the
people of .January 21, will be recom
mended congress by the president,
and wilr be approved by congress and
New Mexico will be a state by March
or April at the latest
Governor William J. Mills, or New
Mexico, said so Tuesday while in El
Paso and no one in the territory is in
a better position to know than the gov
ernor. Gov. Mills was here on his way
to Alamogordo to attend a big State
hood meeting which will be held there
Tuesday evening.
"I have no direct assurance from the
president that he will recommend the
constitution," he said. "He would hardly
do that But I have had positive as
surances in an Indirect way that the
president approved of the measure
as drafted by the constitutional con
vention. I am also positive that con
gress will approve the constitution
when it is recommended to it by the
president and we in New Mexico will
have statehood by March or April and
will then elect our own officers for
the first time."
Will Have Good Roads, Too.
Gov. Mills is also sure that New Mex
ico is to have good roads in the im
mediate future. He has been observing
what Dona Ana county has been do
ing in the cause of good roads and
says that the territory is willing to
help them in their efforts to have a
good highway.
"The road fund is raised by a mill
tax and amounts to about $50,000 per
year. If they raise too much for good
roads in Dona Ana county the terri
tory will not be able to duplicate, dol
lar for dollar, the funds raised by pop
ular subscriptions. Of course we can
not devote $30,000 or $40,000 to the
building of roads in the southern part
of the territory only, for then we would
have no funds on hand for the other
road work. But the territory is willing
to do all it can to help the Dona Ana
people. The work on the Camlno Real
is now being confined to the northern
part of the territory and it will bo
some time before it will be completed
to El Paso, but it will eventually and
will be a splendid highway connecting
El Paso with New Mexico and the
north."
Gov. Mills was accompanied to El
Paso by Maj. W. H. H. Llewellyn, of
Las Cruces; E. L. Medler, of Albuquer
que; H. O. Bursum, of Socorro, N. M.,
who is chairman of the Republican cen
tral committee of New Mexico. Speeches
will be made at the meeting by these
men and others, including former gov
ernor George Curry, of Tularosa. The
meeting will be non-partisan.
NO ALTERATION IN
SEWAGE PLANT PLAN
"The speedfications and contracts of
Soxenson. ,& Morgan and W. E. Ander
son, whose bids were accepted for the
constiruction of the city's new garbage
and sewage disposal plant, will not be
lohaneed." This statement nvas made
Tuesday morning- by mavor KeHy.
The location has not heen announced.
The contracts for the construction of the
plant axe ready for signing-,, it is said,
.but action wall be deferred until all
plans- for the plant are definitely ar
raoEcecL SAFE IS SOBBED
IN BEOAD DAYLIGHT
The safe in the office of tihe Howard
Hade & Leather company, on First
street was robbed of $29.35 and ?5 worth
of stamps late Monday afternoon. The
manager of the company was in the
waavhuase at the time. The stamps were
found Tuesday morning- tinder a pile of
pajpers on the top of a safe.
FINISH GRADING-
ON DAMSITE ROAD
Tie Elephant Butte railroad has been
completed by G. B. Brady, the contractor
constructing the roadbed, but the laying
of rails by the Santa Fe company will
not be completed until next week. About
two miles of rail3 remain to be laid. At
rpresent surfacing work is in progress.
There is a surplus of men, and no labor
is desired.
HOME OF H. G. BUCHOZ
IS ROBBED SUNDAY NIGHT
Burglars entered the residence of H.
G. Buchoz, 712 North Virginia street,
and secured $2.25 in cash, and a silver
mounted revolver. The entrance was
made some time between 8 and 10
oclock Sunday, night, when no one was
iu the house. The burglars entered
through a front window.
TWO ARRESTED ON CHARGE
OF ENTERING POOL HAI&
Believed to have entered the Wig
yram pool hail after midnight Sunday
night, Bennett Bremer and Sam Ber
ger were arrested late Monday after-
J noon by city detectives on descrip
tions supplied by Frank McClaln, man
ager of the pool hall. The men are
held at the police station jail.
ORDERED DEPORTED, TWO
CHINESE APPEAL CASES
Tee Neen and Ng Ung Wi were ar
raigned before United States com
missioner Geo. B. Oliver Tuesday morn
ing and ordered deported, but appealed.
Poon Kew was arrested Monday night
on a charge of being an illegal resident
of the United States.
CHARGED WITH HAVING
OPIUM IN HIS POSSESSION
Jose Rodriguez, alias Constantino
Saldana, was arrested at the Santa Fe
bridge Monday night on a charge of
having smoking opium in his posses
sion. Six cans, which are supposed to
contain opium, were taken from him.
CONGRESSMAN FOR JUDGE.
"Washington, D. C, Jan. 17. Presi
dent Taft today sent to the senate the
nomination of representative Walker L
Smith, of Iowa, to be JPnited States
circuit judge for the eighth district.
This is the circuit from which judge
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me aupreum uencn,
frr
MjXTEU3ST TO TAIN.
Jefferson City, Mo., Jan. iV Repre
senitive Sosey, of Marlon, hKs intro
duced in the house a "bill appropriat
ing $10,000 for a monument toSam
uel Lr. Clemens (Mark Twain) at Han
nibal, Mo.
Tuesday, January 1 1911 11
I EEUABLS
BUSINESS
PEOPLE
WHO WANT
YOUB TEADE"
Dentists
TYR. TEPT "1T.TXTO!sTT Pnlnlma Dentist.
! Room SOS, American Natl. Bank Bldg.
Specialist
DIU CARL SMITH (JIBIf OITLX)
107 San Antonio St. Auto 2151.
ITpholsterini
Repairing, packing, upholstering.
Fred 21. Bagge. Phono 3273.
Chartered Accountant.
j. a. snnrEits.
Audits and Investigations.
Bell Phone 3193.
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WAS BLIGHTED LOVE
BEHIND A SUICIDE?
Former Customs Inspector
of Jitarez, "Who Ended
Life, Mysterious
Man.
The case of Carlos Lopez, who kHled
himself ilondav afternoon in Qudad
Juarez, is peculiar and cLraTnatie. The
motive of the suicide may be evident
from a few known facts.
Lopez, who was aboufc 25 years of Cge,
was employed as a customs inr-pector.
He came to Juarez about one year ago,
andMttle was known of his connections.
He was a bright fellow, and generally
vreU liked. It was believed that he came
from Puebla.
About a month ago, a strange young
man appealed to the Juarez poKce. He
said that he came from. Puebla, and that
he was seeking- a man. named Carlos
Lopez, who, he said, had killed a young
woman in Puebla. about, five years be
fore. The stranger admitted that the
young woman had been his sweetheart,
and that in revenge he had sought
Lopez in many parts of the country.
Tfee strange young man and a detec
tive were sent out to find a man named
Caijks Lopez. On that day Cerlos
Lopez, the young customs inspector, dis
appeared. He had not been seen in
Juarez since, until three days ago, when
he rented a room, at No. 10 Aveneda
Lerdo. But the first time he "VTaa, seen
ffgniin by the police was when the officers
entered ifae room and saw the dead body
of Carlo? Lopez lying on: tie floor, a
bullet hole ovr the heart.
So it appears Ghat GarlossLopez re
turned to his fatiierland to die, perhaps
from remorse, perhaps on account of
something else.
PUTTING HEDGES IN
THEEE CITY PABKS
Three of the city parks are being
extensively improved by park commis
sioner Harris. Privit hedges are being
placed around the edges of Houston
square, Cleveland square and San Ja
cinto plaza, while hedges of the same
kind are to be placed about the fed
eral building.
The shrubs are being brought from
Sherman, Texas, 11,000 of them having
been ordered.
DOES NOT LIKE TTBKDICT
AXD SAYS HE TVTL.I, APPEAL
Near trouble between Justice E. B.
McCHntock and S. H, Newman follow
ed the announcement by the Justice of
a $15.50 judgment in Newman's favor
Monday afternoon. Newman asked for
38.25 in a case against B. "Weiss,
whom he charged with buying property
alleged to have been taken from his
office by Charles Jones, a negro jan
itor. Following the announcement of
judgment, Newman is alleged to hav
made sarcastic and derogatory re
marks that finally provoked justice
McCHntock's wrath. Newman stated he
could have made a better settlement
outside of court and announced he
would appeal.
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ENGINEERS ON S. F. IN
MEXICO MAY STRIKE.
Naco, Ariz., Jan. 17. Engin-
eers of the Southern Pacific in
Mexico have presented a de-
t mand. to general manager In-
gram, at Bmpalme, Sonora, for
a wage schedule similar to
the one In effect on the South-
era Pacific in the United States-
If not granted by seven to-
J night, all engineers on the road
are expected to strike.
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TWO MORE ARRESTS
IN HOIiDUP GAS9
Two more of the eight men alleged
to have robbed Jose Rodriguez Her
nandez, manager of the Juarez bull
ring, have been transferred from the
police station to the county Jail, mak
ing six now held on that charge. Tha
latest arrests include Reyes Molino and
j Carlos Sebedra. Molino has been identi
fied by Hernandez as one of his lassau
ants, and lottery tickets formerly in
the possession of Hernandez were
Jound on Sebedra.
Hernaadez was robbed the night oi
January 10.
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EIGHT MEN KILLED
ON BATTLESHIP.
"Washington. D. C, Jan. 17.
Eight men were killed or in
jured on the battleship Dela
ware, en route from Guantana
mo to Hampton Roads this
morning, according to a wire
less. The men were hurned by
steam, but the details are not
given.
CITY DETECTIVE MARRIED
AT CRUCES NEW YEAR'S DA'S
Belated congratulations as a result
of their marriage are being received
by O. W. Smith, a city detective, and
Mr! RmiHi formsrlv Miss Mfih7 Tlftv.
f mond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Raymond.
The marriage occurred at Las Cru
ces, N. M-, on New Years day, and news
of the event Is just beginning to leak
out.
JOHN HUDSPETH FILES
PETITION IN BxVNKRUPTCY
John Hudspeth, who Is employed as
a plumber, has filed a voluntary peti
tion in bankruptcy in the federal court.
He givos his liabilities as $385.15 and
assets at $230.
WILL BE REBEASED.
Ygaacio Acosta, arrested Monday
night by the police on a charge of as
sault to rob, will be released, Victorl
ano Bsplnosa failing to identify him
Tuesday morning. Esplnosa alleges a
guitar was taken from him.

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