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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, January 13. 1915
11
I
MiffiSl
ifir.?
The First National Bank Building
and Tlioje Who Occupy It.
Deatirtt.
IK. I.KK MeljmSl',pegit. Ph-MX p. 60j?
Detective.
tvl' MAMS Detective Agey. Pa, !& B.
P&VH.
AS BITII.ITIHC CO. Ph- im. K.
Physicians.
JAHL I- SW1TH Ph UIL BHa. 12.
Real Estate, Loans. Insurance.
J4MKH T. SMITH.
Boom 31T
For Safe RealErfatc yroper.
loll SALK Just completed, i room ban
tiloi. basemenb and. furnace, built In fea
ture Call 1014 J.
;l t KES best lass valley land little over
i n, from umn to trsde for property In the
u'h part of town H. J . care Herald.
I tUt NALE lots 31 and libjock
libJoc
iffer or
Hlgh-
umi IV rk Make cash offer or terms.
Ad-
1m 35. Alpine. Texas.
I.OTh ON l'AKU 8TRKKT 250 each
It HI 2 or more, eaey terms. Leavell &
Mi- rnmn. 207 Hills St. Phone 4220.
I'OK SAI.K Furnished or nntnrmshed.
ni'"lern cast front bungalow, highly. Im
prove! . dose in on a corner; terms easy.
fMrens Owner, care Herald.
I'OK SALK BY OWNKK t Jhary modern
house on W Missouri; good investment or
".nr also furniture, leaving x&tf- V- O.
I..i (.7-
MSOO 41 ROOM modern buigalesr. walking
.man. c Honie.i like this are acaace. Will
sell furniture. Cut Rate Real Kftata, 420
!',rl .Nut Bank Bldg
NOTH K that beautj i room tangaMw on
Mm, una and Luna, all buJIUn featuree,
liiniumid floor giassedln sleeplnt porch,
i t.r, plant laundry tubs, S4200, on
rmt inquire at arae or -phone 500S.
A.
HAE A 7 ROOM BUNGALOW, East
i I'mi on romer 5140. price 18000, m-
hjiiug furniture, mahogany bedroom set
. it li t U0 This H u real bargain for some
o.i" tlut Aants & home v,orth nblle.
Jlsnrhhw . l'hone St).
"Barnes Our Speiialt) "
110 DOHN.re PBK MONTH 75x140 On
Mi ntmii St- sooth fropt tn MOO block. J0O0
1' r lot ood corner on Trowbridge St,
JO" po- lot, easy terms
Hauklm Bros, l'hone 2860.
SEE THIS BARGAIN on Montana St New
..iii bungalow on 2 full lots. 1100 down.
1... like rent Price only S2050. See tt
Hawkln Bro. Phone 2WH1.
V SCKIFIC'E Good 4 room brick ia Grand
ii-v. i.jsxHO. must be sold this week.
!-' I..0 11500 dov n Rents for 122.50.
Hawkins Bros. Phone 2.S08. -
NE 4 RflOMHoT'RKTwOO.
Walking distance, close in and very de
- r .1.1
"LET'S TRADE."
T i.i i room houseb for t lose la lots or S
hiiue
il
ir .'1 room, Iiouee rear of debt wantei
modern close In house. .
IlovteJl Realty Co.
Herald Bldg Phone 5C7.
::v WITS. ALAMEDA AVE., 0 cash,
l',.l . per month
KrttHim-Rnell Co.
'1.: Firt National Bank Bldg. Phone MS.
RI'TaTs SOLICITED. "
mr rnl department is always prepared
i rrml.r ou prompt and efficient service.
i .i . M.ur property In our care today.
KIltmraeKw-sesl Co.
.Surirs. Tob'n Real Estate Co.
4.UEKNMENT HILL LOTS BARGAIN.
outh front, on maradamlxed street. 1
Mix k .f car line, perfectly level ajld high
iii-i .imp Price Sll7e each cash.
J. VI. Phllp. Willi Awiitfn A Mnrr Co.
ROK sale! ""
Vni fi room bungalon. blk. S6,9ear Coun-
ir- lub lot 50x120.
To 4 rvom cottages on S. E earner tyets.
blot k i: Highland Park. Would trade tar
1 trac bouse cloac tn and make cash payment.
Phone MSI.
GET THE HABIT,
GET XRbULT&
Tor bale-:500 Hereford St
g.,od ones. 1209 coming 2
-.prlng delivery; 100 comiBC
a aad 250 coming i'e, deliv
ered any time
50 acres extra quality salt'
land near Canutlllo at flVS per
acre. ,
11 S. 1'enmbnker.
Meal Estate. VaHey lands,
KanHies, Cattle, Mines,
El Paso, Texas.
S.VN JOSE ST.
num modern bungalow, basement, fur
hen;, garage, on 2 lots. S3S4H), terms
Deaglaw C. CroweH Agency.
;illlv Bolldlng. Phone 578
n iLi
FOR &4.LB WILTIIERN
CALII'X)RNL.
-0 acres between China, On
tario and Riverside. 5 acres In
Muscat grapes. Price SKM.
$1000 below ulue.
K. S. I'cnnrbaker.
Meal Eale. Valley Landf,
Hsutdie. Cattle, Miaee.
El Paso, Texas. "
ViiTw?
Field Rarll Sc RoUrlffaes. 421-42: 1C&
ma.. iifTnai u.-ni KHUtf, Rental and Bo
nasi propositions. onme snaps on pA
li. i w 4jaji- ana .ovesuvaie. iii your
tfftlonn wlttt them and get Maul La
3 room' ftGolfe. tH c&bB. HI
per roon;i 1Rcnfiuif interest.
4 room. Z lots, etesf to Alta
lsta school; modern. ' Bargain.
VatW$
& room bsngaicrw. basement.
3 lota, corner, a . IfWe cash.
k lance aa you tike.
MKS.
4 room, frame, bath, modern.
S100 cash. SU per ntdnfji.
40 acres level land near La
Una. Will take T0 aa acre
net 10 days.
Whtte-PiaeVui KaHlty Q.
I1-12-13 MorganBmllding.
Phono 1343.
mm 4.KJCAT BARGAINS"!
Tno Dougisk 8L lots for 300: terras. J
rour Aitura parte lota on car line and paved 1
road. SlOtW, terms. Nen modern four room 1
l.u.ignlou on tno lots with glassedln sleep- f
ng porrn. servant s house unri garsge la
res-, on" b'm k from rar line and near Man-liatt-in
Height.!. $3000 with ternik One prac
tirelly new Kord touring car. run only 2500
miles, with folding teat, speedometer. Saxon
hum eleetrii ngnt-. u . Insured for C
1 Kjntlir JiOO f i-l. S'tr.ll ectlons of
- nuni Und i! -.ell one or all at 33.S0
ptr ." rsh net bonus Owner's Interests
in no vt fi.'npel Imn to dispose of his (
Tlu- j Salle Kcaltj Co.
i.r ii.r hi B'dg. phone 1S9
a ....-
For Sale Real Estate City Property.
NIK SAMS Xlceljr furnished 4 room flat.
, Phone iii ,
I 3 JtUUH red pressed trick home on 2H ft.;
bain, mantles, etc., modern. Price $3250.
Will take lots and W6 per month, interest
included Write Parr, care Herald.
MANHATTAN 1II3KJIITS IHJJfOALOW 5
I rooms. with, sleeping- porch, heating plant.
hprduood floors; on 2 full lots, paved street.
ITIre ftlvt; small cash payment. be) a nee
, like rent.
J.caell & Sherman.
I 107 Mills St Phone tKO.
MsVl'MAN INVrfefllKNT CO.
REAL KSTATK. IJiSUKA.NCK. BONUS.
I WO SAN ANTONIO ST.
47jO nu bungalow, basement. Boule
j.rd. feouth front, splendid location. Worth
Ij-SO. will take small part vacant property
in good location, bal terms to suit
tttm i rm. bungalow. Rio Grande St,
E. El Paso. 9500 cash, bal. easy terms.
IJC30 -5 rm.' bungalow. Grand View.
JS00 cash. J 30 per mo.
14500 rm. bungalow, furnished; furnl
', lure cost JIO00. S1000 cash, terms to suit.
J7000 8 rm. California bungalow. San
I Trsl a" 1 ati:aiilM tiaalilaniM eanllnn .
. , ra Vise property '
9375V uauiamia oungaiow, neaonue Ave.,
Long Beach; exchange for El Paso property.
10 acres 5 raL Tsleta, 6 ticres in
alfalfa, no other Improvements, except fence
on 3 sides. $121 per acre, 1-3 cash. Great
bargain
50 per acre Several numbers on the
Island. Can exchange for El Paso property.
ISO acres Socorro, county road, fine loamy
land, 10 per acre. 10 percent cash, 5 per
cent a month.
Neunian Investment Co.
ANOTIIER BARGAIN.
S1S50 buys 11 south front lots in blocKs
46 and OS, East Kl Paso.
W1IA. TRADE.
1 of tbe best south front Iota in Govern
ment' Hill as first payment on bungalow In
Alia Vista district.
YVIM. PAY S150 CASH
As first payment on 4 room bungalow In
Alta Vista district close to ear line. '
WIM, TRADR
5 good
cash as
close in.
lots in Highland Park and some
i first payment on fi room house.
A VALLEY SNAP.
20 acres of the beet land in the upper val
ley, all In alfalfa. J1800 takes it. .
FRUIT USD 50.30 PER ACRE. '
040 acres of the best fruit land In Texas,
45 miles east of El 'Paso, adjoining tbe val
ley and railroad runs through tt
$130 CASH
Bi s modern 5 room house on Tolarosa St. :
cement sidewalk and street paved; on car
line. Price S3S00, balance easy monthly
payments.
1). G. Ifelneman.
Phone 843 20) Mills St
WILL SELL OK TRADE ONE OR ALL.
6 room new bungalow, i lots.
: Iota, Upson Ave., near Muady Park.
146 ft. corner, Arizona and Cotton Ave.
102 ft frontage on Upson Ave., corner.
ISO acns near Artesta, N. M.
SO acres In Liberty county, Texas.
40 acres In Malhner county. Oregon
S acres finest land on the Island.
Will trade for property up to 140,000
and pay difference.
Rio Grande Realty Co.
311 -:ii Tlrst National Bank Banding.
For Sale Farms and Ranches
100 ACRES IN VALLBY.
About 25 miles below El Paso; railroad
and new county road run through It. As
fine land as can be found In valley. It takes
4000 eaah to handle.
Jav F. Knox Company.
! Lobby Hotel Orndorff. Phone 477.
3
Dressmaking.
BUTTONS COVERED Angelas Cl'g. Wka.
SEWING BY THE DAY Phone 154.
SEWING Children's
Phone 117
clothes. Mra. Hoes.
DRESSMAKING Remodeling, repairing.
Mrs. P H. Clarke. 611V, San Antonio.
MME. THOMPSON, Dressmaking Parlors,
room St. Buckler Bldg. Ph. Tt08.
Too Late to Classify.
EXCHANGE six1 5 room new modern
bsmgmlowa, one 7 room new residence, rent
about JSStf month. Price S3t,0t0, incum
brance SSOH. Give parOcuIars. Write
Porter, care Herald.
WANTED Contractor -who ea,n famish'
money for - story house and take up SI 5M
incumbrance, security 11 'city lots; not
homestead, owner has additional property.
Don't answer unless you actually have the
money necessary. L A B.. Herald.
Ready Reference Business Directory
Acconnlanb.
NORMAN E. VEAZEr.
Box S!7. Phone SS55.
P. O.
CKVRENCE LDNGNECKER Phone SSL
M0 First Natl. Bank Bldg.
Adding Machines.
DALTON Adding Machlnea, ilt Mills at.
Auctioneers.
W. A. WILLIAMS.
- Auction Salei and Commission Broker.
write Phono 631. Residence Phone S5S0,
O trice: Entrance to Caples Bldg.
I Sell Everything at Auction or Private Sale.
Auction Sale.
AUCTION SALE AT FORTdlUSS.
Office of the Quartermaster. Fort Bliss,
Texas. Jan. 9. 1015. The fallowing con
demned public properU) will be sold at
auction to the highest bidder in front of
the quartermaster'!, office. pVrt Bliss, Tex.,
at 10 a. m.. Jan. 20. 1915. vtar
7 horses, draft.
It horses, saddle -'
1 mule, draft.
7 moles, pack.
2 ambulan;
48 lockers, trunk.
3 saddles, riding. .
1 scales, platform;
1." wagons, escort;
1 wagon, sprinkling.
The' United States reserves the right to
reject any or all bios.
Purchasers must remove property from
reservation within 24 hours after purehase.
Cash must be paid, aa no checkfc- will be
received. A. p. Watts.
Captain, Quartermaster Corps.
A. Williams, Auctioneer.
w.
Bottle:-
TJ BUY AND SELL anv kind of bottles.
H. Nelson. 1401 Myrtle. Phone 5233.
Carpenterj.
K. O. McCULLUEOII, carpenter and job-
onig. jut worn guaranteed l'hone 6791,
Carpets Cleaned.
CAKPETS CLEANED and general honte
wirk. Dnntiey Vacnuro Cleaning Co. Ph. 3318
Chimney Sweeps
CHIMNEY SWEEP .stoves act up and re
nalroi. Phone 83$. Ask for Simon.
China Painting.
finnlon'K Stmliii.
Lucerne Apta. Ph 300S.
Civil Engineers.
1C. .T. OW'EN, Civil Engineer. 11 First Nat'l.
Bank Bids. El Paso. Tciaa.
Cleaning and Pressing.
DKINU OS VODR CLOTHES TO PRESS.
Only sac a Suit. Morchead, the Tailor.
"3 W. Oregon Phone 3336.
Dead Cattle.
l'L'LL jtiltOWN dead cattle, horses, mules.
naaien asray rree Phone 74 immediately.
Educational.
NKiltT IIIUH SCHOOL at high school
building Mon . Wed., Frt at 7:15 p. m.
All branches taught. Terms, 33 per month.
A UKAHUATE of a New York School of
Expression will give lessons In Expression,
Physical Culture 'or English literature In
exchange f6r music, either instrumental or
vocal. Phone S3S7 J.
Furniture Repairing.
Jl'l ENITl I1L reflmshed, upholstered, cush
ions ma.le i'lior.c 1S;
Ready Reference Business Directory
FnrMtnre Packing.
PACKING and shipping household goods our
specialty. Furniture repairing, finishing; and
upholstering, rt. I Daniel Furniture, Mat
tress Factory. 410-13 Myrtle Phone 1028.
Jnnk Dealers.
IMJNOIS OBTTIJ: & JUNK COMPANY.
1095 Overland. Phone 1011.
HERMAN ULOCK CO. Scrap metal,
copper, brass, bones, wool, hides, horse hair,
skins all kinds. Ph. 5413. 30SE. Boulevard.
HI. PASfl IKON Jfr UTITTAt. rO.lMS Sn
1 Antonio. Dealers In ecrap Iron, rnbber, cop
nr bras hone, etc. Phone 42g
Manicuring.
MANICl'ni.NG 410 Oregon St
Mercantile Agencies.
R. G. DUN CO. Mercantile reports.
I'aso office. Gul Guaranty Trust Qldg.
El
LOCAL MERCANTILE AGENOl Reports
and rating on Individuals, collections. Mem
ber of the National Assn. of Mercantile
Agencies: Barry Patcman. Mgr. Rooms
atl-at. ITtrald Bldg.
Musical
WALTER DAVIS Piano teacher, JO ntenth.
Volce, 5. Phone 2092.
MISS BOSK GOODMAN, piano teacher. VK-
asss j. 311 w. jjevaqa.
Painting.
Yellon Taint Co 109 K Stanton. Ph. 1J.47.
Piano Tuning.
riANO TUNING, ft T. Rltner.
70 Mesa.
Plumbers.
BUSU PLUMBING CO. Phone 2475
PRONTO PLUMBER Call us for that hurry
up Job. AVe don't hold you up in prices.
Rea, phone. E04: office. 1002
Storage Warehouses.
EL PASO STORAGE WAREHOUSE Larg
est, best equipped in city. Goods called for
and stored. Cheapest and best Ph. 2 in.
Stove Repairing.
STOVE REPAIRING New parts made and
carried for all makes of stoves. L. J. Peeler,
with D. and H. Iron Works, corner E. Etb
and a Florence Sta. Phone 344. 0
Second Kaad Fnrrutoe.
WANTED 2d hand furniture. R, L. Dan
iels Furniture and Mattress Fcty. Ph. 1026.
EXCHANGE NEW FURNITURE
For second hand. "Western Furniture Ce.,
308 B. EI Pago St Phone 1482.
HIGHEST PRICES TAID for second hand
furniture, stoves, carpetn. Phone 4097. Texas
Furniture CoC. 406 S. El Taso St
WE BUY. SELL or exchange anything in
household goodA'Rlo Grande Hardware and
j-urmture Co.. 407 N. Oregon 8t rn. 36.
Second Hand Goods.
LADIES' AND MEN'S second band cloth
Ing bought: highest prices paid Ph. 1M4.
Spanish Leoa$.
rROF. BRAVO. Ph. JSW. : Buckler Bldg.
MRS. F. A. CARREON Phone S435.
International Institute. 1215 Sas Antonio.
CONVERSATIONAL Palmore College. Ph.(
J4.
Signs.
CITY SIGN CO.. 309 N. Stanton. Pa. H47.
Tools.
WANTED To buy 2d hand tools and guns.
If. Mohr. W a El Paso St
Turkish Baths.
40S N. OREGON Phone 1080. Clansager
Typewrite.
TYPEWRITER AND OmCE 60TPLV CO.
All makes sold, rested, repaired. Corona
Tvne writer. SIS Mills St Phone lit
111 1
Taxidermists
McLELLAN BROS. Ph. 700. 309 '.-Tlsoo St.
M. CLVJGSTON 1631 Morencl. Ph. M4 W.
Veterinary Snrgeoas.
Veterinary Surgeon T. Brown. Phone 4517.
TODAY'S AMUSEMENTS
"MADAME X" AT THE CRAWFORD.
Sometime cold type cannot be fired
with sufficient enthusiasm to tell in
adequate terms the credit that is due
for the work well done, and this is one
of those instances, referring to the
emotional acting of Bdith Pollock in
the title role of "Madame X," the
drama that truthfully lays bare a les
son depressing If one wishes, but none
the less strongly true.
Miss Pollock has played roles that
have called for every bit of force she
possesses, but it is doubtful -If her
large number of followers have seen
her in so trying a character as the
one essayed in "Madame X." Marking
as it does the first stock production
here of the well written drama, interest
naturally centers in it. and in the
same way attention must necessarily
be directed to Miss Pollock, because
she Is the real player iB the produc
tion, written as it is around her part.
In the cast supporting Miss Pollock
the player were at their best, all nf
j them having a desire to make tho well-
Known urama tne biggest success of
the popular stock company. Mft Gag
non makes the part of the lawyer for
the woman stand out by the way he
acts the part. .Sharing with him in
the honors are LeRoy Lewis and Lyman
White, the former as the husband, and
the latter his true friend. Both of
these players sustain their excellent
reputation Here. Claude Gaganon, Jo
seph Echazebal. and George Hanna did
well In their roles.
Gladys Bush, Adelaide Irving and
Minnie Louise Ferguson filled the
other roles very satisfactorily.
"Madame X" is mounted with special
care as to scenery, costumes, and- fleet
and should set the attendance recordi
of the playhouse. Advertisement
"TIIC IXTrUGUEnS" BIJOU.
A two-act drama entitled "The
Intriguers," showing how two society
parasites make their livelihood by
fraudulently obtaining invitations to
society functions where they, through
different methods, make their living.
This Is an up to date drama with well-
dressed scenes and a stirring story. The j
ueaumui urrm uawiey and a select
Lubin cast make'thls an exceptionally
good picture. Sunday, the "Weight of
a Crown." another one of those Sunday
specials in three fascinating parts, will
be shown. Monday. "The Tango," a
military society drama, will be here for
return showing. Advertisement
''KEYSTONE KOJIBDV" SPECIAL.
For the benefit of the many who did
not get to see "Hushing the Scandal"
yesterday we have arranged by wire to
3hojv It again today, but this is posi
tively the last time. Sid Chaplin's work
in this two reeler stamps him as the
greatest comedian in pictures. He is a
juggler, acrobat, magician and panto
mlnlst He must be seen to be appreci
ated. "A Flyer in Spring Water" is a
single9 reel comedy which is also on the
bill today, which makes it another nil
comedy bill. Come early. Advertise
ment rOCK NEGROES REPORTED
LYNCHED I1Y GEORGIA MOB
. Atlanta, Ga., Jan. ir. Dan Barber, his
Ron Jesse, and Barber's two married daugh
ters. Eula and Ella Charles, negroes were
taken from the .laaper countv Jail at Montl
W'o Thursilal night l.j a mob and Ivnthed.
a'conlme tn n telenhone mesairA received
there lale todaj.
j at f
news Brevities
(Advertisement.)
Trnin Bulletin.
Texas and Pacific train No. & from
the east, due at 9:30 a. in, is reported
six hours and ten minutes late. AH
. other afternoon and night trains are
. reported to be on time.
I
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopataic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief:
Dr. M. AJkire. lady specialist; Dr. Carl
Gibson, 201 W. Missouri street. They
cured others. They can cure you.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 262 Rob.-Ban. Bids.
Mexican Ilnliy Una Smallpox.
The Mexican child, two years of age,
was taken to tho eruptive hospital
from the smelter settlement, Thursday
afternoon, suffering from smallpo,
LoiicvrellVi Auto Painter. "
Best paint and material and best
painter in town. Reasonable prlcoe.
Call and see us.
LongiTell's Transfer.
Rubber, Corn and Lumber Imparled.
Importations at the port Thursday
afternoon included "one ear of guayule
rubber, one of cottonseed cake, two
cars of corn, one of beans and 12 cars
of lumber.
Dr. Dcmly, 318 Mills Bide., phone 22S4.
spec, attention diseases women; surgery.
Smoker it Postponed.
The smoker for the Itotary club at
the new Hendricks sanitarium near
Fort Bliss was postponed from last
evening to next Thursday evening; at 7
.Aioflb -..han ii i. v. ... ....
-"rrr: r.rr s; .'"c. ."'"" ' ie
S1? .c,uo " ue tne guests ot JJr.
Hendricks.
Dr. Ebert, dentist, 31C-218 'Iill3 Bids.
Dr. Anna Itenm, Buckler Bids;., over Elite
Golduaum la Held.
Louis Goldbaum, arrested Wednes
day by Wty detective Fred Delgado
on complaint of Augustin Bamirez, who
claims to have lost 21S0 as' a result of
his dealings with Goldbaum, appeared
before Justice ,T. J. Murphy Thursday
afternoon and his ease was set for Sat
urday. He is charged with attempted
forgery.
Dr. Jamieson, diseases of Kidney, Blad
der. Skin ..rid Kectum. 61S Alllls Bldg.
Phone 627. VVlison Milllcan, the best
cleaners. "White work a specialty.
False Fire Alarm.
A false alram turned in from box
171, corner of Nevada and Brown
streets, caused a run of the fire depart
ment Thursday evening shortly after d
oclock.
Bl Paso Distilled Water Co, Ph. 489.
IIII1, Optician .f FrecIslon,v421 Jlcsa.
I
Sen Svrcepa Into Tovrn.
Seabright. X. J.. Jan. IS. A higher
tide than has ever before racked this
- resort swept almost unimpeded throagh
the Tillage streets Thursday morning;
wrecking cottages and sweeping out
to sea thousands of cubic yards of
solid earth. The new bulkhead in
stalled to keep back the ocean after
last year's disastrous tide, was crum
pled and swept out to sea.
Dra. Jones tc Jones, Foot, Specialist..
Mills Bldg., 9 to 6 p. m. Other hours at
house or office by appointment. Fh. TSS.
Dr. racer; dentist, 502 Koberts-Banner
American Weds German Prince.
Berlin, Germany, Jan. 15. Miss Elis
abeth Reed Rogers, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Reed Rogers, of
Washington, D. C. was married at noin
Thursday in Trinity church to prince
Christian, of Hesse. The prince is a
nephew of the German empress and is
a captain in the German navy.
QUEEN VICTOIOA OF SPAIN
SICK WITH SCARLET JFEVETi
Madrid, Spain. Jan. 15. It was made
known in Madrid this afternoon that queen
Victoria ot Spain Is confined to her apart
ments with scarlet fever.
The Story of a Young Girl's Struggles
The Fortunes of Farmy
Fanny Has a Tilt with Her Landlady and Her Rent Is
Raised.
Chanter XJlXIII.
S"
HE had effectually concealed her
mental suffering. Fanny Uedden
told herself, when she at last
reached her own room. It was dark
here, yet she did not light the gag.
Sinking -down upon her one chair, the
burled her face In her bands. Hie
I room swam around her.
wnen jranny and Grace had extri
cated themselves from the theater
throng, they found Nellie and Helen
awaiting them on. the corner. With
them was a young man whom Helen in
troduced as her c-usln. .
"He was up in the peanut gallery,"
she explained, "and saw us. but the
crowd was so fierce he couldn't get to
us. He wanted to meet you. Fanny."
The man lifted his hat at the Intro
duction, smiling frankly. "Halen-s4tne
to think that because I'm her cousin,
you'll know my last name is thesame
as her's," he said. "And i' Is I'm Jo
seph Brown."
"'Joseph:'" Helen scoffed. "He's Just
Joe Brown, Fanny."
"I'm glad to meet you." Fanny heard
herself saying. If she could only get
away and be alone! "I'm tired, girts,"
she continued. "I'm going home."
"Don't!" Nellie begged. "We're all
Ueoing to our flat and have doughnuts J
jo.r- I
Joe
"Sure!" lie agreed "Joyously. "We'll
have a real jolly Christmas evening."
"But my head aches," Fanny protest
ed, "and I must go home." She laid
her hand on Nellie's with a warning
pressure. "I must go, Nell," she re
iterated. There, is a telegraphic and telepathic
means or communication between worn
en, and Nellie answered Fanny's un-
spoken appeal
"All right." she agreed. "You can
so nomor oniy u you ieei Dewer jaicr, i
come on aown to tne rial.
Fanny IlcfiKiea Escort of Joe.
"I'd like to call at your house for
you." Joe suggested eagerly.
"Oh, no.
thank you!" Fanny do-.
murred
Yet.
now that she was 1 ere in her j
on room, what could le do? The
solitariness nai worse than the pres
ence of-her chattering companions had
been. Snringing up. she took off her
furs and tossed them on the bed. but a
moment later she buried her -face in
her muff as she had done that morn
ing. v
The necessity of action of some kind
nu upon her. Lighting the gas, she
took off her coat and hat and put
them awa : then she laid the neckpiece
and muff in the Jox in -'hich they had
come She had just done this when a
knock sounded on her door. At her
summons to "Come In" her landlajy
entered.
"Good evening. Miss Uedden," the
harsh vojee said. "I suppose it is not
too late 'to wish jou a Merry Chrisi
vmas?" "Oh. nb." fttltered Fanny. "I wish
you one, too. Won't you sit down?"
She pushed forward the chair, and
sank upon the edge of the bed. Some
thing in the woman's face made her
feel frightened and we-1".
"I came." Mrs. Sharpe said, "to speak
to you about the room rent that is over
duo."
"Oh, M"s, 1 kno ," Fanny broke .n,
i
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Secondary Issues Effect
Substantial Gains Dur
ing Day's 'Dealings.
NOTE Quotations reflect closing price.
Frldaj, Jan. 15.
'New Tori:, Jan. 15. Greater activity and
diversity of movement were recorded by to
day's stock market, with substantial gains
in eeeondar.lasues.
N. Y. LISTED STOCKS
(By Associated Prase).
New York. Jan. 15. The, following were
the closing quotations on the New York
stock exchange for the stock market:
Amalgamated Copper ''fj'
American Sugar Refining lz
Atcison a
Chine Copper "Js
Northern ae(iic ;"
JleadlnsT "i.
Southern Pacific ,?2,T
Union Pacific "f3
United Stales Steel JJ
United States Steel, pfd
MONEY AND METALS.
NEW YORK MARKKET.
By Associated Proas).
New
York, Jan. 15 Mercantile paper.
3b4.
steady; high. 2,i; lew. 2;
call money
trulliig rate.
nr silver. 4.
1 Meiican dollars. 31M
Government bonds, steady.
Railroad bonds, strong. -
Time loans, soft; days, 3; 90 days, .!.
ma-nths. SHS'4. .,,.-,. ea- s
Tin. quiet; five ton lots, S3.10e3-.50; Z5
ton lots. 32.O0e3S.50. ..-.,,..
Cupper, steady; Electrolytic, 13.G2H87:
castings, lS.58ei3.63. ..,.., aa.
Iron, quiet; No. 1 Northern, 14.50015.00;
No 2, 14.25014.75: No. 1 Southern; 14.2IJi
14 78; No. 2, 14.25014.75.
Lead, steady; S.S53.7.
Spelter. .004.10.
London Markets.
London. Eng.. Jan. 15. The London met
als markets closed as follows;
Lead. fli. slO.
Spelter. 29. slO.
Spot copper. . s2. d: future 09. s5.
Snot fin. -52: futures. 145. alO.
St. Louis Lead and Spelter.
8t. Louis. Mo.. Jan. 15. Lead, 3.50.;
Spelter. 5.3505.05.
THE LOCAL MARKET.
Mexican currency. 1.
JtCexlcan pesos (El Paso buying price) 49.
Xarranza currency. 14 4: Chlhuahna cur
rency, nil.
El Taso Smelter Quotations.
(Corrected Dally.)
Pig lead, 3.70.
Bar silver (Handy & Harmon quota
tion) 49.
London wire bars. 13. slO.
Copper wire bars, 13.15.
AMERICAN STOCKS SELL
STEADILY IN LONDON
London. Eng., Jan. 15. The stock market
waa cheerfully steady today with a good
vBtntt fn 1m American seettafi. Balti
more & Ohio, Canadian Pacific. United
State Steel and Union Pacific were promi
nent in the dealings, although the closing
was below the best. .
Ships the Winter Coal
Supply By Parcel Post
Albuquerque, N. 31 Jan. 15. Black
smith's coal, 5060 pounds of it, waa
shipped from here by parcels post to
Holbrook. Ariz.
The shipment was made by J. Korber
and was sent in 50 pound sacks.
It will cost SIS a ton, laid down In
HolbroojC
MRS. ALMA COX GRANTED
DIVORCE MIOM W. J. COX
Divorce has been granted to Mra Alma
Cox from W. J. Cox la the 31th district
court.
W. J. Cox Is a weir known southwestern
cattleman and ha been In El Paso tor a
number of years.
Build up your Home valley.
products.
Use her
flushing hotly. "I will pay It on Mon
day, and nest week's rent tn advance
at the same time. You can count on
It
She was gone, slamming the door be
hind her. A sudden panic at being
alone with her thoughts seized the
girl. Without waiting to analyze her
feelings, she put on her hat and coat
again and hurried from her room and
from the house, determined to go to
Nellie's, where, at least, she could hear
something besides her landlady and the
whisperings of her own fears. But, al
though the night wag bitter cold, she
did not wear her furs.
(To be continued.!
(Copyright. 1914, by "Star Company.)
WEATHER BULLETIN.
7. S. DEPARTMENT OF ACniCCLTCBE,
ilAllllliil UUlSXiAU.
Observations taken
at S a. m.. 75th me
ridian time (6 a. m
El Paso time).' Jan.
13. 151S.
Forecasts.
El Paso and icin
ill Fair tonight and
Saturday.
New Metlco To
night and Saturdav, j
generally fair south. ,
probably snow north
portion : colder to
night and east por
tion Saturday.
West Texas To
night, fair, colder In
north portion. Sat
urday, fair, colder In
southeast portion.
PfeoJnluUoa last 24 hours (lnoii)
weatnr at x a m.
..I
Lowest temp. last night
t
I
cloudy
clear
tossy '
cloudy
cloudy
clear
totey
pt. cltly
aloud y
snow
clear
tsey
cloudy
cloudy
clear
clear
lossy
tossy
fogey
cloudy
nignesx yesterQay.
Temp, at 3 a. m.....
: 0ij.ae 44
j" . jj
! ASIJ0 48
LbSK. Idaho so
u
04
CO
40
34
44
44
:s
20
iu
64
IS
Boston.
'sit
, 30
Chicago.
Cincinnati . 39
Denver ""
Detroit.
Dulnth. Minn .1
El Paso j'
Galveston "
Havre. Mont ., lb
Jacksonville....'. ... '
Little Rock 44
Lea Angeles -
Nashville S3
New Orleans ;-'
New York
Omaha 33
Phoenls 44
Rapid City, S. D... -'0
Roswell
St. Louis -8
Salt Lake City 30
San Antonio 4G
San Francisco 44
Santa Fe :?
Seattle -8
Washington 38
"Wichita, Kana 40
uma 42
0
0
.20
0
0
.03
. 0
.03
8
.14
0
9
0
.03
0
ot nu t.1 trail j
36 IS Uoudy'
GJ 36 clear
clear
38
30
46
44
24
36
36
38
43
clear
cloudy
clear t
clear
snow
rain
clear
clear
clear
.18 :
.01 !
0
rvvrnWr at m ik
Tarc or w oj,tt
10 t,K, "&.,,
Snui 4wti
Comparative El Pno Precipitation
Jan 1 to Jan. IS. inclusive. 1S11 00 in.
Jan. 1 to Jan. 13. inclusive. 1911' 00 In.
Jan 1 to Jan. 13. Inclusive. 1913 .Jt, in.
Tan 1 lo .lun JC. inclusive. 1'iM . .00 in.
tun 1 to Jan 1J. inclusive .Stl 00 in.
-Vrmdl, Jan 1 w Jan 13, inclusive . .J7 in
Wmm, ' ITHUNS PEPPER;
HT BGIHS HIS
i
i
TTrtrPTip.v nf "RnvfinpaTi Tp.
mand, Despite High Prices,
kscuue) uriaius xngiiei.
Chicago, 111. Jan. 15 Urgent of Euro
pean demand, despite m record breakiae;
prices, drove tbe wheat market today higher
and higher. After opening at c off to
to c higher, prices receded moderately
all around and then jumped to 1.44 for
May. as against l.'.JS. the tip top price
Thursday.
The close was nervous at l'i to 2 to
23ic ne advance.
Export call brought about a rise in -ora
as web as in wheat, the opening, which
varied from ' to ft to higher, was
followed by a good general ra:ly
The result was an extraordinary bulge in
prices, the market Moving strong at J is to
'.e above Thursday night
Oats iswung with other grain.
Firmness in the hog market helped give
a Oft to provisions.
' Grain and.Provisions.
' Chicago Grata. Clofe.
"S Wheat May, 1.45; July, 1.37', .
Corn May, 78- July. 79
Oats May. 56 ; Julj . :.4 i
Chicago I'rorWoin. Close.
Pork Jan.. 18 35: May. 18 97.
Lard Jan . 10 "3 May. 10.70
Ribs Jan, '80; May. 10..';
LIVESTOCK.
Pllls-Ofn l"tVsifwI- rTsuA
Chicago. HI . Jaa. 15. Cattle Rtcs. SOW",
martiet steady. Native steers. i. Si ft 9. 4);
Hogs Rets. 18.00: market steady to- a
shade above Thursday's average; bulk
( 63496.83, heavy, 3.S4t6.00, pigs, 36.35
06. SO.
Sheep P.cts. 12.000; market slow. Sheep,
35.6566.30 lambs. 36.6508.33.
Kanins City Livestock. Close.
Kansas Cits. Mo.. Jan. 15. Cattle Rets.
300. market steady. Prime fed steers, 38. IS
93: western steers. 37.2508 50: calves,
36 50910.50.
Hogs Rcta 1000; market steady; balk.
36.70fl6.85; heavy, 36.8066.00; pigs, 36.35
6 65
Sheep Rcta 3000: market steady. Lambs,
I7.OO08.35 yearlings. 36.6007.35.
Fort lVorth Livestock. Close.
(By Zelger Hotel).
Cattle P.cta. 2000, Including 300 calves;
market steady, top on beef steers, 37.25
bulk. 36 50t7 25; Stocker steers, top 37.00
bulk. 36 0006.85. Cows, top 35 85; bnlk,
34.7505.50. bolls. 34.5005.75; calves, 35.00
08.00.
Hogs Rcta 1200. market 5c higher: top
36.05. bulk. 16 6006.85. P
ghoen Hi-N 45A in tn -t? i.... t i
$$.15; yearllags. 7.00.
COTTON.
iw York 6tin. Cfo-te.
New York, Jan. 15. Cotton Spot quiet,
middling uplands. 8.10; no sales.
EL PASO BANKERS MAY
REORGANIZE LAS CRUCES BANK
Las Cruces, N. 3r Jan. 14. It is be
ing rumored here that El Paso bankers
may take hold of the First State bank
of Las Cruces. reorganire the institu
ting. ttH.1 fa.n. I
It is not stated who the EI Paeu j
..,... . c, iut iv ia tuun steps are ne
iag taken to have the closed bank re
organized on a substantial basis.
FIRE ON KRAKAUER RANCH;
600 BALES OF ALFALFA BURN
La Mesa. X. M., Jan. 13. A fire oc
curred on the Julius Krakauer ran-h
Tuesday night and S00 bales of alfaira
were destroyed. The cause of the fire
Is unknown.
OUR SEMI
STOCK
m Full Details in Saturday's Herald
of the GREATEST SALE of
f FURNITURE 1
I EVER HELD IN EL PASO 1
1 25 PER CENT W jd 1$ PER CENT TO M
50 PER CENT -ff 50 RER CENT
asssssssBsBslssBSJtaEIlm1iUl, V14 r"Tl
ssssTiLi-5r5'2J'T Y'i ' -ISi
IsHteilfei?' i iS&S
ssassssSsssW 'i!r Jil)sssssssssesssr '
Starts Monday, Jan. 18th.
Xo restrictions no reservations (except on jjbods on which the price is set
by the manufacturer i. Y.a aitiele of Finnituii'. Stoves, Rugs and Carpet-.
sacrificed st from 25 to 50 percent discount.
Read Saturday's Herald and come early Monday.
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1QB-110-112 NORTH
American Bids Victim Good
bye as He Throws Chili
in His Eyes; Escapes.
Throwing a handful of chill pepper Into
the face of C Y Gonzales, salesman in a
jewelry store at 203 San Antonio sweet m
unknown American escaped from the ' i a
with three large diamond ring valm-d at
1700 about 1230 p. m. Friday.
A man came into the store about hai
part 1J." said Mr. Gonzales ?He askKl mi
to pep spmc diamonds and X had takn
three from th case and lHd thm out :
bis Inspection, when he stMdenly readiest
into his pocket and threw some chill pv
per into my face.
Says Goedhye.
.s he did ho he bid me eoodbye cath
ered up the diamoiids and rushed throuE-i
the door. gotVay west on San Antonio street
Fortunately, my spectacles wevented :lw
pepper from ffettfns; into my eyea, but a 1
uas alone at the time. I could not lea
the vtcre to pursue the man, and he suc
ceeded fn raa-dns' his eacape.
'T'he same man came into the store Thurs
day nighc hut prooably did not find caadi
tions Hffht to pull off his game."
The same store was robbed several mont.n
ago. when one of the men was locked in a
safo by robbers in daylight, after which the
men escaped with a quantity of jewelry.
Nolhk
tins am Lemons
Comes To Me!' Sighs
Secretary Tumulty
Washington. I). C. Jan. 13 Secre
tary to the presiJent Tumulty threw
Uii' his Hands in despair and heaved a
'sfga today when he read a published
story saying he had tone to the capitol
to work against a bfH for prohibition
in the capital. Haedeclareet it a climax
to a run of hard luck wfeieli contained
the following instances:
A Methodist clergyman sat on his
silk hat at Indianapolis.
A policeman refused him admittance
to the Indiana Democratic club re
ception to the president because of the
aforesaid battered hat.
In New York, later, he stopped at
one hotel and the proprietor of another
wrote him a letter of protest, contend
ing that because he was a good Demo
crat, Mr. Tumulty should have stopped
with him.
He went to Jersey City with his wife
for a social visit and the newspapers
said he went to settle an appointment
fight.
At the earnest request of a Demo
cratic member of congress be wrote t.
letter endorsing a man for office and
later discovered the man was connected
with the "lemon trust."
"I seem to get nothing but lemonV
sigheTl secretary Tumulty, as he fin
ished the recital.
Out Of Town Visitors.
Miss" Blsinor Sheiton is expecting a
guest. Miss Grace Montague, of Foi t
Worth, who will arrire the first of th
week to spend a month's visit in i-:i
Paso.
Mrs. J. B. Cook, of Willcox. --
who has been visiting Mrs. J. R. Kiln
for a short time, has returned to .
home. Miss Gladvs Cook will remain i
few weeks longer.
Mrs. Travis Webb, of Alpine T.
and her daughter. Miss Miriam TN et i
are Che guests of Mra Hubert Smit
110. East Boulevard. TAey, will oe i
Kl Paso until the last of nxt weeJT
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