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Monday, September 15, 1913 11
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El Paso and 10 a, m. to 12 m. Missouri Sts. Ready Reference business Directory. Adding Machines. Daltun Adding Machines. 216 Mills St. IILRROUGHS ADDING MACHINE CO. 1 PC W. San Francisco St. Accountants. K. Wlekstead P. O. box 964. Ph. U61. THURSTON AUDIT CO. PHONE 32G0 31-32 City Nat. Banfr Building. N. E. VEAZBY, Consulting Accountant. P. O box 827. Ph. 3655. Member of the Amr. Ass'n of Public Accountants. Automobiles. AIR-STOi heals punctures instantly and automatically. Does not Injure rubber and increases the life of the tire !0 percent. Satisfaction guaran teed or money refunded. Air-Stop Sup-pi-.- Co. sis Texas St. Cafeteria. WHY NOT 1VALK FEW STEPS fur ther something good to eat. Mrs. Clark's Cafeteria. ji07MilIsSt. Carpets Cleaned. SANTO VACUU3I CLEANER for rent, $2.50 a day. Phone 2888. CARPETS CLEANED, sewed and laid. -olors restored: linoleum laid. Texas Carpet Cleaning Co. Phone 1284. CARPETS cleaned and general house cleaning. Duntley Vacuum Cleaning Co Phone 3218. VACUUM CLEANERS FOR RENT. Dn Snns & Wellborn. Carpet Renovators and Upholsterers. Steam and VacuumClganlng. Ph. 3993. i China Painting. Lfon r.Oc; firing. Mrs. Nafe. Ph. 1494 Cleaning and Pressing. rrv-wn-- m - .a rT.llnmn fn A7 5 Stanton. Ph. 2530. Cleaning, pressing. 1 repairing. Hats cleaned ana DiocKea. Clairvoyant CLAIRVOYANT READINGS free with gale of face creams. 310 Texas. Civil Engineers. A. S. ALBRO, Civil Engineer. 806 Mills Bldg. Phone 227. S. IL McMULLEN, Civil Engineer. Phone 3648. 803 X.' Virginia. Dancing wivn' 4-v-r TSKfilXIVI'Tr? Tl A"Vf!T'Vfi- Fencing. Dramatic Art, Oratory, Elo ution and Stage Training. Children taken. Mrs. Jeannette Poole-White. Ktudio. 22 BucklerJ?ldg. Phone 629e. Dressmaking. BnttonM Covered Angelus Cl'g. Wks. SEWING BY THE DAY Phone 3524. TtTTING LESSONS GIVEN Ph. 1985. DRESSMAKING Phone 5918. SEE Miss Lucy Henderson for firstclass dressmaking and tailoring. Ph. 3814. Phone 1219. 141 Wyoming. Mrs. Brazil. WANTED Sewing, work guaranteed. Phone 432. X.ADIBS' TAILORING DRESS3IAKING College. Cutting. Designing. Making, professionally taught: perfect system. 00 Mesa. Phone 407. Dentists. DR. LEE McINTOSII, Painless Dentist. DR. BURTON. Dentist, 415-16 Mills Bldg Dead Cattle. FLLL GROWN dead cattle hauled away tree Ph. 74 immediately. V. Blot. Jr. Detective Agencies. WESTERN DETECTIVE AGENCY, 724 Mills building, can furnish you with' Gvrman and Spanish speaking, opera tives and dictagraph which -will get Wxf evidence. Reference, long list sat icfied clients. Phone ,376. Druggists. SAVE YOIK PATIENCE by phoning our orders to Love's Drug store. 213 i-.in Antonio St. Phones 258 and 819. Educational. SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION Miss Madi son, public reader, teach-jr of expres sion, gracefulness, dflsarte, natural Fpeaking. Brazos Flats. No. 11. Ph. 5694. Furniture Packing. Furniture Packing. F. M. Bagge. P. 3278 Furniture Repairing. WE MAKE AND KEPAIR all kinds Of lurniture. Office and store fixtures a specialty. Smith & Allen, 217 S. Stan t.'n. Phone 3381. Gasoline. S GaL B. Gasoline, 31.10; oU 75. Ph. 3565. EXPERT WACHMA1CEBS ArfD MANir I'AU-ruillftG JEWELERS. Watches cleaned, 50c; mainsprings, EOc: crystals. 15c All work guaran teed 2 years. Jewelry made to order and repaired. Stones set, 25c; Tings 8ized. 25c We employ only skillful mechanics. Prompt attention given out of town work. Highest prices paid for old gold. Geneva Jewelry Co 225 San Antonio St. o CLASSIFIED ADS. ON PAGES 10 AND u v -. i&e Jeweler UvT Phone 5l- oo-un- Ready Reference Business Directory. Junk Dealers. EL PASO IRON fc METAL CO- 1505 San Antonio. Dealers in scrap iron, rub ber, copper, brass, bones, etc. Ph. 4260. 1 ILLINOIS BOTTLE AND JUNK CO. Dealers in scrap iron, rubber and metal of all kinds 507 X. Kansas. Ph. 1641. HERMAN BLOCII & CO. Highest prices, prompt settlements,- fair deal ings. Scrap iron, metal, rubber, copper, brass, bones, wool, hides. Phone 545S. Sell Livestock Buy. BULL SERVICE S03 Texas. Ph. 197S. FOR SALE: Car of mixed cattle. P. H. Harsh. Silver City. N. M. FOR SALE 1100 head of goats. For particulars address W. W. Snyder, Bumble Bee. Ariz. FOR SALE 10 good dairy cows, very reasonable and good terms. Phone or write Moffett. Canutillo. Tex. FOR SALE Bay mare, medium size, heavy built; in splendid condition; good traveler. P. O. box 450, El Paso. FOR SALE Gentle family driving mare, also buggy, 5150. Reo 2 cylinder touring car, good as new for work; not uptodate in style. $250. Dr. Weeks, 711 Texas. Phone 1840. Mercantile Agencies. it. G. DUN & CO. Mercantile Reports. El Paso office. 501 Guaranty Trust Bldg. LOCAL MERCANTILE AGENCY Re ports and rating on individuals, collec tion Member of the National Assn. of Mercantile Agencies. Harry Pate mnn. Mgr. Rooms 321-222 Herald Bldg. Medical. DR. WEEKS Chronic diseases. Ml Tex. Millinery. ) Miss LULA MASON, millinery work, I reasonable: material furnished: remod eling a specialty. sut r. Uregon. GRADUATE MILLINER All work guaranteed: materials and shapes fur nished: old materials renovated; hats remodeled. Phone 3941. 810 X. S tanton. Mining. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED from owner of high grade ore, -with object of working or shipping. Write W. 71, Herald. Musical. Nora Itoothe, Piano Teacher. Ph. 5040. WALTER DAVIS. Piano Teacher, $5.00 month. Phone 2693. Money I o Luan. PLENTY OF MONEY to loan nn nor. sonal property without removal: reas. rates. Equitable Loan Co.. 315 Trust. N urses. CONFINEMENT C VSES Practical nurse. Phone 53S6. Poultry, Etc. SAFE ARRIVAL of day old chicks, 15c PJ"-. -iu". !: xo egsa, i: siock, !. -n. -rtaua-y ruuury rarm, vipine, J. ex. ORIRIMTfinS nf "rnTioij-toir. -Ra-o Rocks. Hatching eggs, baby chicks and breeders for sa2e; catalog free. Parsons Chicken Ranch, El Paso. Best by nest. ROUPE Try Conkey's Roupe Cure. Cholera. Laying Tonic and Nox-I-Cide. Try our Meat Scraps, Oyster Shell. Charcoal and Bonemeal. El Paso Seed Co. Phone 363. OCULUM A remedy and preventive for Cholera. Roup. White Diarrhoea and Sore Head. Inoculate your breeding birds and note the results. 50c and $1 sizes. Guaranteed by the El Paso Seed Co- 519 San Antonio St. Phone 363. Plumbers. PRONTO PLUMBERS Call US for that hurry up job. "We don't hold you up In prices. Res, phene. 5043: office. 1063. Restaurants DINING ROOM at 511 Mesa is under new management, serving 3 good meals every day. DINING ROOM at 511 Mesa is under new management, serving 3 good meals everv day. Repair Work. WE CAN FIX IT SHOP Parasols re covered, locks and keys fitted, guns re paired. 347 Myrtle. Phone 515. SEWING MACHINES, furniture and stoves repaired, iron beds enameled, goods called for and delivered. 3129 Alameda. Phone 3204. 3IOTORCYCLES Overhauling and frame straightening our specialty. We make them as good as new. Allen Arms and Cycle Co., S. W. agents In dian Motorcycle. 404 N. Oregon St. Safe and Vault Experts. COMBINATIONS changed. Ph. 1375 M. Shoe Repairing. SL. ; Ut ui,.x. "uw mat tne 1 HP1.1 Shoe Repairing Co. moved to 1 9AC AJ CiantAn O- T?.T17,T'V01" llircil ..-&-..... ., .. Signs. TnHEEiD;SISX Srr?01. risn" vv i.. x UUliq DJ1. Second Hand Goods. HIGHEST PRICBS paid for ladies and men's 2d hand clothing. Phone ?0 6 6 ff"7",SSrJ SttSS" Prices for 2d """ ii.iiiim a.i ivm only. AVE GUARANTEE the best prices for 2d hand clothing. Phone 954. SECOND HAND clothing boucht bv new starter. New goods; pavs highe' pnee. Phone 5384. 407 & El Paso Vt HIGHEST PRICES PAID for 2d hand clothing, furniture: all kinds 2d hand goods Phone 26fl. 510 & El Paso St WE WILL PVY the highest price for mu nana ira1- anrj guns IL Mohr S"9 S. J1 i'aso St. l'lione 43L Spanish Lessons- 1 "- - ' 1 'A.III 'I'lTXl'linT T a - IF YOU DON'T G-ET TWICE AS MANY ANSWERS, YOU'LL GET YOUR MONEY BACK The Herald guarantees to refund the money you pay for any cash want ad that does not bring twice as many answers as the same ad in any other El Paso paper. Do Yon Mean What You Say? Rufcliyen. burned lie l-qulercnhiui Ready Reference Business Directory. Second Hand Furniture. WANTED 2d hand furniture. R. I. Daniels Fur. & Mattress Fcty. Ph. 1025. HIGHEST PRICES PAID for 2d hand clothing and furniture. , Phone 1066. CASH OR TRADE. ' We want your 2nd -hand furniture of all kinds. Phone 1106. Foutz & Zlnkler. PHONE 53S3 when you have furniture for sale. Reliable Furniture Co., 107 S. Stanton. WE PAY HIGHEST OASII PRICES for all kinds of household furniture, stoves and heaters. Phone 14S2. HIGHEST PRICES PAID for 2d hand furniture, stoves, carpets. Phone 4097. Texas Furniture Co., 406 S. El Paso St. WHY throw your old furniture away J -wnen we are positively the mgnest payers for 2d hand furniture and house hold articles. El Paso .New and Second Hand store. Ph. 3491. 400 S. El Paso. Specialists. DR. CARL SMITH f!OT-.sj:;..Hnn In. vited. 107 San Antonio St El Paso. Tex. Special Treatment. VIAVI Mrs. C. X. Beecher, Mgr. 704 Mesa Ave. Phone. Storage Warehouses. STORAGE EI Paso Trunk Factory. Typewriters. TYPEWRITER AND OFFICE SUPPLY- CO. All makes sold, rented, repaired. 21 fi Mills St Phone 832. Veterinaiy Surgeons. DR. R. A. HIGGINS Tel. 935. 303 S. Oregon. Hospital for horses and dogs. Sell Vehicles; Buy. SMALL runabout buggy for sale cheap. Phone 3SS6. LIGHT. FA NCI delivery waeon. horse. harness. $86; also mare buggy- harness, 1 v, xi in guuu t;uiiuiiiuxi. oee J.1U, Texas corral. 505 S. Stanton. Too Late To Classify. BUILDING SITES IN E. EL PASO. .Belonging to an estate. Must b Epld at very low prices within a short time. Let me show you some real bargains in good corners. W. F. Payne. $2400 WILL BUY 4 lots, 100x140 feet, with good 6 room White brick house and good sheds; terms easiest kind. Better see it. " F. Payne, Sole Agent. COOK AT THIS. 50x120 feet on Magoffin Ave. 900 block the prettiest street in the city with four room cottage. A good spec ulative buy. Price $4250: terms easy. You can't lose on this. W. F. Payne. Sole Agent. FOR RENT. Room suitable for garage or car penter shop, situated in business dis trict of city. S25 per month. W. F. Payne. Angelus Hotel Bldg. Phone 1250. FOR EXCHANGE. RIO GRANDE ST. HOME. 5 rooms, red pressed brick, lot 50x120. south front, price $5500. Would take good automobile In trade as first payment, balance $55 monthly, including in terest. The house is now rented for $40 per month. CaxMdy A: AilamM. Phone 920. 211 Mills St. TRAVELING NECESSITIES. Baggage Insurance costs you a very nominal sum and offers protection you Pi"?! afford to be without. Let us fc&in. .iiu mailer uver Wltn you Anderson-Filler Itenliv r 'Iller Realty Co. "WHY PAY RENT When you can buy cheaper, thus be coming a property owner, instead of i-j... uij,H mic. col uii oiner people's nrnnoptv fW-n -vi, lnM "fn PoJi". ., nome and be in- I dependent of landlords. We have for sale r. handsome home of 6 lovelv rooms, including bath, furnished in the most attractive manner, with all the latest bulltin features; hardwood floors, tiled mantel, high grade electric fittings and plumbing of the very best! A house to be proud of. Price S;sn $500 cash, balance like rent. a8U Co-Operatlve Realty Co. 409-410 Amer. Bank Bldtr Phone 5175. FOR RENT. S room flat in Kasmo S'S ftn 3 room house, bath and sleeping porch, on Montana St '0 00 5 room house. East E: Paso. " '"30 6 room house. East El Paso, never " occupied, buiitin features, on 4 lots as an 4 room. Highland Park " tZ'tn 4 room bungalow, buiitin -feature completely furnished, in Alta Vlstn' district. V18la Gillett & Turk. Real Estate nnd Insurance 202 Roberts-Banner Bldg. Phone 815. SOME BARGAINS IN VAL LEY LAXDS. A nice Income city prop erty in exchange for small tract upper valley land. This will make you a nice deal. Some splendid invest ment opportunities in val ley lands in large or small tracts. II. M. Maple. Phone 227. S06 Mills Bldg BARGAINS IN BEDS. Any kind, this week. Foutz Zinkler. 113 N Stanton. SOME BUtGinS Tn so "rd 'unj .iut'nobiI Fcnimore. l'honc 502 I fc (rrs a very) j ' 1 Difficult i Answers to Herald Ads. The following list of uncalled for answers to Herald Want Advertise ments are now being held for delivery at The Herald business off.'ce: B. & A. B. 53 C. L. H. G. H. 45 H. J. J. 30 J. C. M. 145 M. 129 M. E. R. 285 R. 305 378 S. S. 367 S. 358 S. C. 365 V. 54 Wr. K. L. W. 12 W. E. S. W. 81 Touring Car Driver Transfer Business W. M. Hall Durable Owner Railway Ass'n. Salesman 710 61 246 101 240 Too Late To ClassiFy. PICTURES, WALNUT FRAMES. Big selection. 75c up. Foutz t Zlntler. 113 ?J. Stanton. A VERY COMMON FAULT Is to neglect your Insurance. Place It with a firm you know is reliable and they will eliminate that fault by tak ing care of it for you. Anderson-Filler Realty Co. WASTED SOME GOOD BUILD IAG LOTS In tho suburbs, in exchange- for new 5 and 6 room' bungalows. Phone 1209. The Sutton Realty Co. Two Republics Bldg. A REAL BARGAIN. Modern 5 room brick house, south front, 50 foot corner, fences and sheds, close to Alta Vista school and car line. Price only $2250 J 1250 cash, balance 1 and 2 years. D. G. Helncmnn. FOR RENT Furnished, $30, 5 rooms and bath, 1006 E. Rio Grande St. Bailey Land Co. 306 Mesa Ave. Phone 206S. 51C0 DOWN. BALANCE LIKE RENT. Close in. In the vicinity of Upson St. This elegant cottage home of 6 good rooms, finished in tha most en ticing manner, with all the most n:od ern improvements; hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, tiled bath room, beamed ceilings. 2 large lots, bulltin features, furnace heat. Nothing nicer, nothing better. .See us. AVe can make you an ideal proposition. $160 down, balance like rent. Co-Operative Realty Co, 409-410 Amer. Bank Bldg. Phone 5175. LET US SHOW YOU A 4 ROOM BUN GALOW AVE HAVE IN ALTA VISTA On a corner. This place has bath and small basement room. For a short time we have the low price of twenty-three hundred and fifty dollars ($2350); stnaU cash, payment, balance -monthly. Austin &. Marr, Sole Agents. SAVE THE WOMEN By buying good furniture and exchange the old. Fonts & Zlnkler. 113 N. Stanton. FOR SALE. ONE MOHE LEFT. 5 room bungalow near Country club: all the new buiitin features; red pressed brick. 50 feet front. Don't fail to see this before you purchase your home. Crlsnmore Construction Co. 414 Myrtle Ave. Ph. 4652. BARGAIN. 4 room south from house, 1 lots. $2300 $350 cash. Balance $30 per month, including interest. J as. C. White Building & Loan Co. 11 and 12 Morgan Bldg. Phono 1549 LET US SHOW YOU PLANS OF ONE OF OUR NEW 3 ROOM BUNGALOWS We are building in the Alta Vista dis trict. These homes will be modern in every particular, hardwood floors in every room, beam ceilings, buiitin fea tures, large porches, basement and j heating plant. Will sell them on small casn payments, Balance montniy. Austin at Marr, The Original Home Builders. LOTS LOTS LOTS VERY CHEAP. Beautiful level lots on paved street and car line. $250 each, easy terms. The Sntton Realty Co. Two Republics Bldg. Phone 1209. PUT THE MAN IN THE KITCHEN And you'll soon have furniture. See Foutz & Zlnkler. 113 N. Stanton. LENS GROUND TO ORDER. T grind every lens that is ground to sons who understand the art of lens grinding or -who have had experience or machinery o.n which it is possible to grind lenses. Any Ions duplicated in a short time. Geo. D. Kendall, 208 Mesa Ave. The Only Lens Factory. S1ST.0. On an alley corner. Sun set Heights Add.. 40x160; terms cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. Jas. J. Wntls. Real Estate nnd Insurance. 101 San Francisco St. Phone 454. GOVERNMENT HILL BARGAIN. .. $475 buys 2 lots in best part of addition, close to car line. $200 cash. balance monthly. D. G. Hclneman, tiOi) Mills St. R. C BAILEY LAND CO. Wc guarantee the soil and titles as represented. 30"6 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 2068. 25 years practical farming. in the valley. El Paso. Tex. YOU HAVE INSURED tour home, furniture, store and stock against fire, but have vou insured your premises against loss by burglary? We write all kinds of burglary insurance. . Anilcrson-Flllcr Rcnlty Co. FOR SALE AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. Business property on El Paso St.. north of Second St. This property has a frontage of 21 feet and a depth of 134 feet. This property can be pur chased away below the market, owing to financial difficulties of the owner. An reasonable of ft r will be enter tained Vustln .t Mnrr. Sole gents. Hlt.ll C.IIVnK FIR-MTIRII x r ' ' ' - ' !' I'JimLnts Fouts .V Zlnkler, COLORADO MINERS MAYTOTE A STRIKE "We Will Win the fight Todny,' Sing ioO Marchers in Parade Miners ".Mother Jones." Trinidad. Colo., Sept. 15. Headed by a band and singing "We Will Win the Fight Today," 250 members of the United Mine Workers paraded the streets of Trinidad this morning be fore going into convention to take final action on the proposed strike In district No. 15. Mother Jones, who ad dressed the miners last night, was wildly cheered as they passed her ho tel. That a strike will be called today or- tomorrow is thought. More than 100 sinking miners from the .,-n,..-.. fields arrived here today and marched In the narade. All is quiet in the camps of Las Ani mas and Huerfano companies today, and all mines are in full operation. A statement issued by the Victor American Fuel company today says a complete poll of their men shows 79 percent opposed to a strike. DENIES STRIKE WAS SETTLED AT POINT OF A REVOLVER Johannesburg, South Africa, Sept. 15. Sensational stories are current re garding the conference between the government officials and miners' lead ers, which resulted in a settlement of the gold mine strike on the Rand on July 5 last. Some of the labor leaders assert that Gen. Louis Botha, expremier of the union of South Africa, and Uen. Smuts, minister of the interior, mines and defences, were compelled at the point of a revolver to sign the agree ment. Gen. Smuts has Issued a denial of this. STniKERS PARADE BUT KEEP ORDER IN CALU3IET DISTRICT Calumet, Mich., Sept. 13. Quietness reigned in the copper strike district to day, the usual morning disturbances falling to materialize. The strikers started the largest parade since the strike started, men and women being in the parade. AVcathcr forecast fair and colder until next April. Buy coal now from Southwestern Fuel company, and get full measure. Phone 531. Advertise ment. EXPLOSION WRECKS HOUSE; EIGHT DEAD Coburg, Germany. Sept. 15. Eight per sons were killed seven others are be lieved to be buriel. in the ruins, and six more were injured by the collapse of a tenement house ear. - today as a result of a gas exploion. Buy your coal Irom Southwestern Fuel company, where 2000 pounds make a ton. Phone 531. Advertisement. See "In the Coils of the Python," the biggest snake story ever told or shown, at the Alamo theater Tuesday, the 16th. One day only. Advertisement. For Rent Housekeeping Rooms. A DISABLED MAN Is usually an impatient and irritable man. Better'not be in this class. Pro tect yourself with an accident policy. Anderson-Filler Realty Co. REAL ESTATE BARGAIN: 4 room white brick in Orchard Park, block and one-half from car line. line. $1350. cash $725. balance terms. FcnimOi-c, 30S Trust Bldg. HAVE OV 3500? Then invest it in this 5-room new bungalow all buiitin features, furnacd, fences, sleeping porch, large front porch, hardwood floors in all rooms, shades to all windows. A home to be p.roud of. $4500. $500 cash. $40 month including interest. Get busy. Creel A Greer Phone 5075 421 Mesa $1050. Well located building site in Sunset Heights Add., 40x100; terms cash, bal ance 1, 2 and 3 years. Jan. J. AVntts. Itenl Bstatc and Insurance. 104 San Francisco St. Phone 454. THAT LAND BARGAIN. 640 acres of fine land 45 miles east of EI Paso, adjoining valley; about 20 acres valley, balance smooth land, good soil, shallow water; railroad runs througn land and has switch. Price only S6.50 per acre, good terms. D. G. Hclneman. '20il Mills St. IF YOU HAVE BAGGAGE or anything to haul, call Herman Transfer and Storage Co. Phone 253S. YOUNG MVN wishes position as col lector: am at p.-esent employed by large El Paso concern, but desire a change: can furnish reference from my present employer. Answer, state sal ary and chances. P. O. box 989. SHOW CASES, counters and shelving for sale cheap. Phone 3601 or call at 4UZ0 Alameda Ave. LARGE front room -with porch and all modern conveniences; 1 block from Ma sonic building. 805 N. EI Paso. Ph. 2141. 1. A pair of tongs. WANTED AT "W. Missouri. ONCE Good cook. 327 MOTORCYCLE WANTED Phone 4696. Yeager. YAJrED Saleslady, one who can luccn. Iranian nnu -cjiikusu; sLeuuy em ployment; must come well recom mended. Write O. A. A.. Herald office. WAJiTBD Woman cook, white or black: no one but firstclass need apply. 615 N. Florence. FOR SALE BY OWNER 7 acre ranch on interurban. Call 320 S. El Paso St. WANTED Situation by middle iievri woman as housekeeper for 2 men. Write Z. 147. Herald. QUICK AND BEST SERVICE Herman Transfer and Storage Co. Phone 253S. WILL TUB PARTY who called up 3626 at 1101 E. Nevada St. Saturday morn ing please phone again? FOR RE.NT 5 Phone 4794. room house close in. 21 NEWLY furnished rooms, splendid bargain for cash. Phone 3175. 2. In thi dictionary. BOY WANTED for store work. D. Ler ner Jewelry Co.. Mills Bldg. WALL PAPER HALF PRICE, painting! papering promptly done. Phone 3583. FOR SALE New mission furniture of j 3 room apartment, business center. 3 I prXatebath" SSlSh'if SS ! water, elevator service: can rent one . room and pay rent. Will sacrlfice. Call 5104. A. MUST SACRIFICE buslnoss on account of other Interests out of town: fine location, cheap rent. Address Business Sacrifice, Herald. FOR SALE interurban, easy terms. 2 acres of fine land on less than market value. Apply 320 Texas St. WANTED Boys to work after school. Apply room 14. Herald Bldg. KEEP IO: R BOY OUT OF MISCHIEF, j T-et him help provide for his shoes and ' clothing. Snd him to room 214, Her- ,' aid Bldg lln will exnlaln. 3 Bfiause lont. t is seldom seen after yVYNTKB J.I hand furnltine Herman Transfer ajid .SK;ra;i. Co. rhon- -ij!. HUNDREDS op B()vs provide "their own school books, clothing, etc Why not you all at loom J1 4. Herald Bid:; l'VCIvl-NG n SIIIITI-NG h.m-.hoM t-'is '"'' -r.. iiilu !lU-itu-. i,,,ur- '- in 1 1 ,.1 1 1 i -n- i: 1 HMD CM snr nnnnr i nuirn BE SNIDE LOW! Russian Shipments and Lack of Support Affect the Grain Markets. Chicago, 111., Sept. 15. Larger Rus sian shipments and more favorable weather an' crop reports from Europe tended totiav to ease wheat. The open- i J3K, ,? ,?,,, off" and an The close was weak, varying from c net lower to an advance o a shade. Cofn laeked any notable support. Opening figures were a ISth to c lower, and there was an additional sag Tk. 1 ,ol- 3L li ,.n,l,iT- a3"Tvnen Med TnTlnat In prlsloB teSnearby options 1IIC V.JE5T7 0 t-Cfcrk. TK IU KV, UUUt were firm, the distant months weak. First sales varied 2 to 5c lower to 7iAo dv.n Trodo w mmiAnt. c advance. Trade was moderate. Grain and j revisions Chicago Grain. Close. w neat Sept $ 88 Dec 94 May 95 Corn Sept 73 3ifty T Oats Sept 41 Dec 4344 May 46 Chicago Provisions. Close. Pork Jan $19.66 May 19.82 Lard Jan $10.S May 1Q.9T Ribs Jan $18.37 May 10.52 UYESTOCK ; Chicago Livestock, dose. Chicago, 111., Sept. 15. Cattle Rects. 16,000; market strong, generally 10c higher. Beeves. $6.689.30; Texas steers. $6.75 8.90: western steers, $6.'' S.00; stockers and feeders, $5.50p S.60; cows and heifers, $3.65S.60; calves. $6.75 11.50. Hogs Rects. 31,000; market slow. 5c higher: bulk, $7.908.40; light, $8.25 S.5; mixed. $7.65S.90: heavy, $7,500 8.55; rough. $7.507.75: "pigs, $4.50 S.60. Sheep Rects. 53,000: market steady to 10c lower. Native. $3.484.$&: western, $3.6O4.60; yearlings, $4.75 5.60: lambs, native, $5.257.50; west-' era, $5.75 7.60. Kansas City Livestock. Close. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 15. Cattle Rects. 23.000: market steady to 18c higher. Prime fed steers, $3.609.OO; dressed beef steers. $7.5008.60: west ern steers, $6.40S.15; southern steers, $5.2506.60: cows, $4.006.50: heifers. $4.759.00: stockers and feeders. $5.35 W8 00; bulls, $4.50 6.50; calves, $5.50 10.00. Hogs Rects. 5000: market 5c higher: bulx $8.008.50; heavy. $7.90S.3Q; packers and butchers. $8.00S.60; light, ?7.90840: pigs, $5.7507.25 Sheep Rects. 12,000: market strong. Lambs, $C757.50: yearlings, $4.50 5.25: wethers, $4.254.85; ewes, $3.50 4.10. WOOL St. Louis "Wool. Close. St Louis. Mo., Sept. 15. Wool lower. Northern and western mediums, 15 19: slight burry, 1518; fine burry. 141S. COTTON Nctt York: Cotton. Close. New York, Sept. 15. Cotton Spot cotton steady. Middling uplands.-13.25: gulf, 13.50. PEODTICE Elgin Butter Market. Elgin, 111.. Sept. 15. Butter firm. 31a BOYS BE INDEPENDENT Earn -your own clothing and spending money. For particulars call at room 214, Herald Bldg. - WANTETl Bonkkeener not nvnr 40- must be of good habits and make appli- l cation in nis own nanawriting. Ad dress H. 254 Herald. CHEAP FOR CASH Rooming house. Owner. Phone 4786. "WOMAN COOK wants position: is good worker and efficient: would like mess I or club. Write P. S.. Herald. ANSWER TO SATURDAY'S PUZZLE. Upper left corner down, in body and under arm. BUNGALOW FOR 51C0O $150 down. X. 45, Herald. .t. to, nvnuu. . j FURNITURE packing Herman Trans- I FOR SALE Good vendor's lien notes drawing 7 percent interest: leaving i city, neea money, j. a. w.. care Herald. 4. To keep a check on his stomach. WANTED A girl for general house work: must stay nights. Phone 5768. WANTED Housekeeping rooms in the Lamar district. Phone 2S3S. FOR RENT Furnished rooms close in; ; minutes walk from P. O. 615 N. Ore- jon St. WILL SACRIFICE 5 room modern pressed brick bungalow, close to cars, between Mesa and Highland school to quick buyer. If interested write 611 K. Fifth. Tucson. LIGHT housekeeping rooms, sleeping porch, furnished or unfurnished. 910 'N- -h-ansas. YOUNG LADY wishes office work. Write Experienced, care- Herald. WANTED Roommate, young lady who is employed. 322 W. Missouri, room 1. WANTED Cello player; must be good reader: small orchestra. P. O. box 436. BROKEN AUTO AXLES brazed and made stronger than new. Cylinders. pumps, manifold pipes, cranK cases welded Anv metal. El Paso Welding Co.. 610 N. Kansas. 5. When his nothing to take. father leaves V him , I I-IVK PAT HIGHEST CASH PRICES for all kinds of household furniture. 1 I stoves and heaters. Phone 1482. s AVANTKD White girl or English 1 speaking Mexican for kitchen: must ! stay nights. Apply mornings. 1110 N. - Ph"' 1M" , I FOR RENT completely iu , ' .mm Xnnmlntv Hardwood floors. y." ' "" ""--"-" ..r " an latest ?""" JiTrTS twM 5 month: no risk. Write Z la. Herald. ; FOR SALU 4 corner lots in 2500 block, 1:. Rio Grande SL. in front of Mock now being built up by Phoenlx-Bl P Building company, in heart of May field restricted residence district, buildings all around them: one .block from Manhattan Heights, one block off Montana, where lots are selling for $960 These lots for sale for what thpv eost owner a year ago, plus ! percent money G. A. J percent, if taken quickly. OnwwMts , lor Dimness puriw-a.. '"S -wA-i tti P4,A ithiri or call .natuu, - .-. -- pnuiji- .e.w -.,..ft-j ... ; AVANTED To Phone 3145. buy young pullets. ; Wal- 1 BEDROOM furrniture lor sale lace Annex. Apt C. Phone 4654. WYNTED Neat woman fre cooking and general housework. Good wages , to risht pait 1523 .IiOna ireri. V. YVI - i-i r .TED V t ai bfr street shop porter 108 t ni isi 1 j Mi . i ' v M-: Too Late To Classify. NICELY furnished rooms, steam heat. Phone 2395. 710 Mesa. :d ij!; Ult !ol lU SUPPLIES I nnrnv rminrmn CHECK PKPISE Copper Shares Rally Briskly on Announcement of 17 Cent Price. NOTE All marKei news on this page reflects closing sale prices (unless buy .or bid be specified. Monday, Sept. 15, 1913. -o New York. Sept. 15. The scarcity of siwts in me closing aays oijast week. ', wi1i0Ict..ttrea-w?3 market when thu V t,iw tfbeTa'fVp&eTfrom &d sources ! "ictlUiilJ UHtl.-R.eU efforts to put - n-iAn lIvlx. US 2T&& SSV i ""S.-Sj i"?' ler ?"?? save aa ' "'"'V,X" i a Jr"lJr marKeT; , ::; "i, 7;; rrJiJl r,'k c ot confirmation of the rumors put out to explain tne advance in Union Pacific, Reading and Canadian Pacific made buyers cautious, and the fact that large speculative interests were sup plying stocks, furnished sufficient in ducement to the bears to begin sellL.g. Copper shares rallied briskly on the announcement thnt thfi nrloA nf thn metals had been marked up to 17 cent3 cy one large selling agency. Bullish operations in Reading and Can were resumed with some success toward midday, exercising a strengthening in fluence all around. Bonds were irregular. A wave of selling orders struck the market after the rally had been car ried to a point where the list was rul ing at or above Saturday's close. On the rise Redding eclipsed its early hign figure, toriching 168. Tobaccos were also buoyant, American Jumping five points. The reaction forced down. Union Pacific a point and Chesapeake & Ohio also became weak. Otherwise the pressure lessened after prices sold off half a point or so. The market closed weak. . Bears were active in the late deal ings and succeeded in uncovering some weakly margined long accounts. The lowest prices were made for most oC the representative stocks, with partic ular heaviness in Steel and Union Pa cific. Reading went back below Sat urday's close, and Can reacted two points when the general pressure be came too severe. . MONEY AND METALS NEW YORK MARKET (By Associated Press.) New York. Sept. 15. Money on call firm, 2 3. Time loans, strong: 60 days, 4U 4; 90 days, 4 4; six months, 5 Prime mercantile paper, 5 6 per cent. Commercial bills, 4.82. Bar silver. 60. Mexican dollars, 4S- Copper, firm: standard spot and Sept. offered at 17.00. Tin, firm; spot, and Sept, 42.75 43.00. Iron, firm: No. 1 Northern, 16.00 16.50: No. Northern. 15.7616.25: No. 1 Southern. 15.2515.75; Ne. 1 South ern soft, 15.25 15.75. Lead, steady: 4.70 bid. Spelter, steady; 5-S55.95. ' London Metnl Mnrket. London, Eng., Sept. 15. The London markets closed as follows: Lead, 19, sl7, d6; spelter, 21, So. St. Lonts Metnl Market. St. Louis. Mo.. Sept." 16. Lead quiet, 4.65; spelter easier. 5.75. THE LOCAL MARKET. Mexican Money EI Pnso Quotation. Mexican pesos (El Paso buying price), .37. Mexican currency (Bl Taso buying price), .37. New York exchange in Mexico City, $2.70. EI Paso Smelter Quotation's. (Corrected Daily.) Bar silver. 60. Lead. 4.75. Copper cathode (cts. per lb.) 16.425. Copper (wire bars) 16.50. Lead (London) 19, s7, d6. AVeekly Averages. (Douglas Smelter Quotations.) Copper, 16.33. Silver. 59.58. NEW YOSK LISTED STOCKS Amalgamated ... rs Sugar II J Atchison 96'4 Reading ............... ..16K Southern Pacific 94 Union Pacific 15s- Steel Pfd 109 BOSTON LISTED STOCKS (By Special "Wire to The Herald from I. J Overlook. Bisbee. Ariz.) Arizona Commercial ............. 54 Calumet & Ariaona. ............. 6SH) Chino Copper Co 44l Copper Range ... 40 Giroux ls Greene Cananea 3 4 '-3 Helvetia 40 Miami 24 Nevada Con 17i North Butte 2S'3 Old Dominion 53 Ray Consolidated ............... :n's Shannon ............ 6i Superior & Boston ..j. ........... r.'w Trinity 4'.. T". S. Smelters, common........... 4I!- Utah Con Si Utah Copper 561 TJNLISTEDSTOCKS (By Special "Wire to Th Herald from L. J. Overlook. Bisbee. Ariz.) Cactus ........... 3 Chief Con is, ! Dc-nn-Arizona. ........... .... 6S I Goldf ield Con 1TS I inspiration Copper 161 I Majestic Copper of Utah. ......... 4.; Mason Valley .. 61 New Keystone .. .......... Ohio Copper San Antonio, part paid....... .. 1 . . 55 nazxuciv ......... ... ..1 Summit ............ ........ 6 Tonopuh 4 STOCK EXCHANGE TO CLOSE II VLF DAI FOR GAYNOR'S FUNERAL .ew orK. Sept. 15. The governors of fhe New York Stock Bxchamre vot.i today not to open tne excMuige until noon on Monday. September .22. the day i of mayor Caynor's funeral. - The Con- 1 solidated Exchange had decided to re- main closed an oay Monday. Too Late l o Classify. COLLECTOR WANTED Salary pLs -tion. must furnish bond and best . T references, can oJl. Trust Bldg. -ntkd motorcvele must TH cheap for sn.t cash. Phone 1S08. Ro, - T uuuu liUAiui and room $30.00 p. r month close in. 601 Mrtle. . ' FOR SI.E Chairs, $0 40- arm rhpn- ji.ou. center taoie. $1.00. dinner table. $1.00: screm. $4.00; sas range, $10 00 carpet. $10 00; tabouret. $150; bamboo magazine stand. $4.00. 705 Wyoming street. TWO hous-keepirg roon in nnvat" home, ciote in. 709 Wyoming. m.nnm'nB rrtiMr ti.. v.. . rant to eat; qui(.k s,erxIO,. nith ' , " nalite waiters: onpn .' . , 1 -i-v.. 1.1 . . - -.- .r - ' 'I'ii.. - rexas ai. 1 ee pov. riron 1 urch coun- ter an aining room. WANTED Single man i'ii under nd det ,i ir city. Ap " -iter stanas installing machi" wells, to work on ranc v. ply Frickelton. Crawfo-d FOR RENT Six room houe. furn shei on Grand View Ave. Phone 4027. ! FOR RET Two rooms, nicely f . hot water, prh 225 W Mssoiri nisheti dr-xrtr"pnt . itr.'- olo ir : (its "U-.. 1 T"I) n- - 16, 1 1 11VIT- ut I Hera'.a j i-ji " A- .l;it. An -.