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STOCKS FALL TO
LOIST LEVEL
Leading Issues Decline and
Foreign Exchange De
velops Weakness.
"T1 Quotation reflect closing price
Pnurdaj. Feb. 20.
New York. Feb. J. Price were de
pinned to the lowest level of the current
u ovement daring todas short slock: mar
ket tesslon. declines ranging from one to
i nr.".t two point In leading issues. Con
nttuna were aggravated by renewed weak
ens In foreign exchange and the grain
i"ket
tin rlAtiine visa heavy, t
' oml-j were lower on additional foreign
! rings
N. Y. LISTED STOCKS
B 'Associated Press).
v, Tork. Feb. 20. The following were
ii. , f-ing quotation on the Mew Tork
m 1. exchange
Arnigtmatcd Copper 61
n an Sugar Refining l.2
l ison A. 921
rii i Copper ....... 35
-. .nhe ii Pacific ...... .LOl'i
! ling 1.41s
lit li m Pacific t8
1 ni..n Pacific 1.18
I -i toil Mutes Steel 41
MONEY AND METALS.
XBW ORK MARKKET. '
(By Associated Pre).
i lork. Feb. 2. Mercantile paper,
" . ir I
i ir i ver 4S'i
M 'irai dollars 37 !4
t eriiment bonds steady.
1 a Iruad bonds heavy.
1 n fctronc. five ton lot. 3S,0S1.0;
: ton Iota, 38 25940 M
i upper, dul. electrolytic 14.2$4H.7S;
lMligx 14.36(314 62fe.
Iron, xteady. No 1 northern, 14.H1S.M;
No . 14:314 75, No 1 and 1" wuthern,
14 -r,T14 75 . '
Lead 3 829187 '
Spelter. 9 1049.30
London Markets.
I union Kng Feb 29 The London ntet
h markets closed aa follow:
I cud 19 sl3 d9
Spelter 41, el
spot copper. 62 al5. futures, M, s2, dfc
--pot tin 184 futnres. 11.
St. Iul Lead and Speller.
m I mil Mo reb. 20. bead. 3.77;
pelier s 75 I 90,
TJIK LOCAL MARKET.
Metlcan currency, 15 '
Mexican pesos (El Faao bating prion) 31.
arr-nsa currency, IIH; Chihuahua or
r. ii. ii',
Et raw Smelter Quotations.
(Corrected Daily.)'
1 IK lead S K
Bar KlUer (Handy & Harmon quota-
ti .in 4S
I ndnn lead, f 19. alt d9
( opper Hire bars, 14 15
PoBlbyaHdPetJjlock
Al VM11I-Sitting hens. Phone 2492.
W NTE1) Sitting hens. Phone 334.
vTlUTK LKCHORX SITTINGS Ph. S0 W.
1 VNTKII Sitting hena. Phone Sit.
FOR SVLE CHEAF 1 Incubators.
i J
WHITE LEGHORN roosteri and pigeons for
--Hie Phone 6320
BROWN LEGHORN EGGS for hatching. Ph.
089
.t RANTEEO fresh ranch eggs. 16c, or 1
J for II delivered Phone POM.
THOROUGHBRED single comb White leg
horn sittings tor sale. Ph. 4840 J.
FOR SLE Brown Leghorn eggs for stt
tinr Phone 2077.
(U: lOU SEEN those beautiful Colum
bian Rocks. The breed that lay, weighs
mil pavs eggs for hatching Ph. S57T W.
BBV CHICKS, HATCHING EC6S AND
INCUBATORS. CATALOGS FRBK. TAK
sO"8 CHICKEN RANCH. EL PAfeO.
THOROIGHBKKD rose comb Rhode Island
Reds nilllngs for sale, 32 per 16. Mrs.
WelN 2817 Memphis. Ph. 5419 W
HATCHING EGGS and baby -oMeke. Rhode
Ii-land Heds one 240 egg Incubator cheap.
i.reenberg Phone 2016
HIGH CLASS Barred Rock sitting eggs, 14
for II The kind that pays. Phone R. B.
i.rav c-
SITTINGS FOR SALE. 51-
Bla k Orpington hite
Barred Rocks. Phone 5083
-Black Minorca,
Orpington and
1121 Magoffin.
BREEDERS AND PULLETS, $1 Ancona W.
Wjandottes, B. Orpington cockerels, ILK.
Measdny roultry Farm. Alpine, Texas.
BARRED ROCKS Best in southwest. My
Tannings at El Paso and other shows prove
t Lggs, prize and utility stock for sale.
lr A L Foote. 2715 Montana.
FOR SLE If jou wish high class laying
ok I hae It. Eggs from White Wynn
khp. (hitched from hena with 229 egg
re irdi mated to cockerel hatched from
i tc- from Lady Agnes, record 232 eggs.
I'll me J S4
For Sale FanutHre.
IlIK SALE Furniture for a S room resl-
n Phone 4242 J.
1 OK SALE Furniture ( room house, close
in I one 5120 W
FOR SW.K 1 Metrollte pianola with 78
pie e- of muil.- Cost 1360 will sell for IBS.
Legal Furniture Co., 206 S. Stanton.
BIG KIM'Ol'NT on Circassian walnut and
m ipV furniture
er Chan. Fouli, 112 N Stanton St.
TOK HLK Velvet table, covers and bed
spro i 1h and curtains goose feathers and
her household articles, must leave town.
.on i, f L' Paso St
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
All new i.nd uptodate, cost 31160,
only been used a few months by
heallhv lpeople am willing to sacri
n. e for a quirk sale 626 Mills Bldg.
BARGAINS.
One flat top desk, 312 2 office chairs. 32
ii'li 1 brand new White machine, 15, 1
uenrr oak sideboard, 115. a beauty, new
.irff, 110 to 122 50 Other bargains. Call
in us and we will save you 50 to 1
percent
Legal Furniture Co.
206 S Stanton Phone ?79.
For Sale Vehicles.
W1GNKK GOCARTS The nest made, guar
anteed mohair tops.
Chae l'outr. IIS N. Stanton St.
1XR tVLE 9 Cunningham landaua. 8
broughams, 4 pal' bearers' coaches, 5
i.t-i some almort itew , monthly terms
i..tcd Address Williams Carriage Mearse
and Cab Co. 1900 Washington Ave. St.
J liliF 'HO
For Sale: Dog$.
IOR SALE Two Chihuahua dogs.
1'i't St
W VVTEI) Good home for female puppy 2
mo ilis old brovvu and white, part bird
dog Inquire 133J Myrtle, cor Newman
Dressmaking.
BITTONb CO MEEK!) Angelas CI'k! Wks.
SKHIN4. BY THKiA. Ph. 6MS 3.
DKhSMAKINU Work guaranteed.
Kr-i'--.. Phone 4032
Mrs.
l)KKSWAKtNG and remodeling. Mrs. Webb
PI. fin C399
Yt NTE1I
l.p ir unik.
Drcs .making plain sewing oi
Will sen bv (he dnv Ph. 49&C
1 sllloNAHrl,
ur-ii'i-is Ph ni
No II
IlRESSIIAItEH Also al-
t. 7.. t j II (.1. Mesa suite
8I-.MIN4. MtIIINL Mie ptindirl The
fi i"-t ni i le for the rronev Onlv $3 a mo.
PlM-ne 1106 ('has. J'ontr,
lri Rlr-'J-I fRESM VKER Man", -ew-1l
-. I 1 In n j.uMrante.1
pmc r l Mr i n p le .7--
IMQT.llin.flD uniuoiBF
CORN DECLINE:
Liquidating Sales Carry Oats
Down; Provisions Mar
ket Shows Weakness.
Chicago, Feb 20. Corn today tumbled
with wheat which, sagged sharply. The
opening, which ranged from 4o to l'c
down was followed by a little reaction and
then an additional drop.
The close was unsettled, l'ic under Fri
day night.
The close was nervous at Sec to lfjlttc
net decline.
Liquidating sales by longs carried down
oats.
Provisions developed acute weakness.
Grain and Provisions.
Chk-ago Gmlns. Close.
Wheat .May, 10, Jjly. 11 31
Corn May, 7Jc. July. 78c
Oats May, 68ic, Julj 54 kc
' Chicago Provisions, Close.
Pork May. 118 22. July. 118 67.
Lard May, 110 45, July, 110 67.
Ribs May. 319.07, July, 10 32.
LIVESTOCK
Kannos City Livestock. Close.
-Kansas Citv. Mo. Feb 20. jllogs Re
ceipts, 4000. Bilk. 36.406$ 60; heavy, 16.04
OC 50. pigs, 6 0006 50 '
Cattle Receipts, 200; market steady.
Prime fed steers, $7.2i8.25; western steenv
16 60O7.7S; calves, 6.50eC.10.
Sheep Receipts, none, market steady
Lambs, 8 0098.60. yearlings, 36.7608.00.
COTTON.
New York Cotton. Close.
New Tork. Feb. 2 Spot cotton quiet,
middling uplands, S 55. No sales.
KANSAS CITY PRODUCE. CLOSE.
Kansas City. Mo.1 Feb. 20. Butter
Creamery. 30; first, 27, seconds, 25; pack
ing. 18.
Bggs Firsts, 22, seconds, 17.
Poultry Hens, 12, roosters, 10H; tur
ieys, 15.
ELGIN" BUTTER. CLOSE.
Elgin. Ill , Feb. 20 Butter. c No sales.
NOTE Quotations
Saturday, Feb. 20
reflect closing price
"God BcWilh Me," Prays
Capt. Cooney, Wandering
To Death in Mountains
Santa Fe, X M. Feb. 20 "God be
with me, I pray," is one of the entries
in the diary of the late Capt. Cooney,
whose body was found last Sunday in a
canyon in the lofrollon mountains,
.where he had perished of exposure. The
diary, found tied to the saddle on one
horse which survived, related the prog
ress of the old prospector and his two
horses, "Tom" and "Jerry," from Octo
ber 28 to the last entry, on Monday.
November .IS, sometime subsequent to
which time death occurred.
It tells a pathetic story of wanderinff
trough rugged mountain fastnesses in
search of water for himself and two
horses; of sleeping night after night
in pouring rain titheut matches, and
of days of exhaustion.
Toward the last Cooney was evident
ly out of his head, as he wrote of smell
ing fresh meat cooking and hearing
voices. "A little sup I feel better," is
the last entry.
The remains were brought to Jjocorro
and will be burled today.
STORM STOP .SHIP
HASTENING TO RBSCUH
Norfolk. Va Feb. 28. The coast
guard cutter Onondago. which left.here
yesterday to assist tne united fruit
steamer Santa Marta. disabled. With
freight and passengers, reported today
she had been stopped by a gale 45 miles
from the distressed shiD and was wait
ing for the storm to subside before
proceeding.
Other coast guard snips in the vi
cinity are working toward the liner
She has been reported in no imminent
danger . ,
For Sale Misceliansous.
FOR SALE Ladies' fine second nana
clothes, sizes 36 and 38; not sick. Ph. 562 J.
POrLAR SHADE TREES for sale at 308
Findley St. Phone SOIL
FOR SALE Extra fine value bulbs. Phone
:977.
1000 LOADS Or DIRT for sale. 10c a load
Short haul H. D Jonnson. i"n. i.
!FOR SALE Horse, or horse and buggy.
1110 E Rio Grande St.
rOR SALE Homemade Jellies, cheap. Ph.
1062 J
FOR SALE One 9 inch lathe with chuck
and tools, one horsepower engine with shaft
ing and pulleys. 3312 Alameda.
SrDAN' GRASS Free sample seed. Full
information Will trade. Want agents. C.
Ullery. Lubbock. Texas.
FOR LK Pillows cheap, pillow slips,
towels, table ekiths. napkins and clothing.
15 Newman, between ALagoiuu nu xyroc,
50 IL P. MKITZ & WEISS twin cylinder oil
ensrlne. will develop 65 H P , used 9
months. Cost 13000. will sell for 11500. A.
L. Taylor. Pemlng. N M.
FOR SALE OR RENT Almost new piano
player, also tine piano and dandy Jersey
milk cow, easy terms. M. M. G. care Herald.
TCatl at 202 W Rio Grande St.
MATTRESSES A big stock of all sises and
grades -with high grade springs. See me
for the convention prices.
Chas. ronti. 113 Stanton St.
MOUNTAIN PARK APrLES.
Fancy and extra fancy white winter Pcsr-
matns and Roman Beauties, "real beauties,"
81 35 up Exhibited Ballard's Barbecue,
414 Mesa Phone Halle 1610
.. ir-r Dlemnni. nhnl.ffninhl. ViImIap., ftf
IU lull p,vi..". ...i6.-...v .....w w.
civil wir, bound In 10- beautiful Morocco
1 . H . F ....... ..I .u...... half ..!.
volumes, si v pbiusui ..,., .... .
Don't answer unless you want something
nlec. Call Wyatt Phone 1400
- Cattle1 and Commission Men.
COGGIN Livestock and Commission Co buy
and sell 212ij San Antonio. Ph. 4763.
FRANK A. SPENCE Cattle and sheep.
40 -. Mills Bldg, Phone 132
Rosebushes.
NOW IS THE TIME to start rosebushes.
Write today for my free list of best ever
blooming roses and plants for this climate,
also shade trees, finest stock, lowest prices.
FracisE. Lester Mesilla Park. N. M.
Too Late to Classify.
NICE three room apartment, close In; bath.
Phone C485.
YOU 11 ILL NEED field glasses for the fight.
Geo. 1). Kendall, 208 Mesa Ave.
JIESV I.CTS Level, hjgh, only $150. Ad-
dreis oor .2f. El Paso t '
COLLECTION of foreign coins for sale,, rare
rnnce K J34. Herald
A GOOD 3400 piano to trade as part pay
ment on a good 1 ord card Phone 5329
FIELD GLVES for the fight
Geo. I). ,Krndnll. 208 Mesa Ave.
MR. HOUSKKKIU'HK Just one minute. If
you want a real home, above smoke and
. dust of a noisy -clty. with magnificent view,
' buy that six room cosy bungalow in Al
l tura near car line ca3h 1400 Phone 7060 J
; PECOS Y ALLEY 80 acre ranch with per-
ipetual w iter right partly in cultivation
alho nice resldenct at Artesia for exchange
with LI Paso propertj Address box J29, El
i Pa o
i M E ARK SHIPPING car of household goods
to Loq Angelc about the 27th There is
( r on for inothcr lot i anp car If you
t h to hip irid f ic oivine; local frrivt
Inn ,ie 10. 1) ill" ' i i nture i 1 Ml us
EL
mm
British Reports Say Fourth
Assault on Meuse Posi
tions Is Failure.
(Coi.ti.nied From Pare One.
l silencing them. The enemy firedshpts
..1.1,1 ,U1!.. i ,.ci. IA1IUQI,
"Three hostile armored ships were
damaged. One of them, a llagship, was
damaged seerelj"
Another version of the Turkish re
port as received from Constantinople
says that on the Turkish side one was
killed and another slightly injured.
Bnyonct U.-ick RepulHed.
Concerning the war on land, the
official statement Issued this afternoon
at Paris by the French war derail
ment says.
"In Belgium: The en6my bombarded
Nieuport and the dunes His batteries
were effectively countered by ours.
The Germans appear to have employed
important forces in Friday's attack
against our trenches to the east of
Ypres. After a heavy bombardment of
our positions the Germans attacked
with the bajonet but were repulsed,
and our artillery held by its fire the
reserves, wnfysh 'supported their line
attack. The German losces were very
great" .
German llntlnllun Destroyed.
"It is confirmed .h..t the eneae'S
loses in the campaig of the last -w
days hao been considerable. Accord
ing to statements of prisoners, a bat
talion has been destroyed.
"On the height? of the Meuse, to
wards night Friday, the enemy made
his fourth attack against he trenches
which Ate took at Lea Bpargnes. This
atlpek was beaten back, like tne tbree
preceding ones, by our artillcry
"ln the Vosges the enemy continued
unsucce33i .lly his counter attacks on
hill 007, south of Lusze. South of Lea
Fccht, the enemy succeeded In gaining
a footing on the eastern spur. Fighting
continues at this point, where we had
an advanced post. Italn and snow; are
falling in theVosges"
French Urenlc Into Trenches.
Berlin, Germany, Feb 20 (Via wire
less to Sayville, I I.) The official
statement given out today by the Ger
man army headquarters says:
"Iu the western theater of the war:
Strong French forces Friday attacked
the German positions north of Perthes
and Lesmemls. All attempts to break
through the German lines, however,
failed. Ir some places the enemy en
tered into the advanced " German
trenches -where fighting still continues.
Otherwise the enemy was repulsed and
suffered severe heavy losses.
"To the north of Verdun a French
attack was also repulsed. Near Coin
bres, preparations for renewed French
attacks were "mado by violent artillery
bombardments.
ItUKftlsns Driven Back.
"In the eastern war arena:
"In the district to the northwest of
Grodna and to the north of Suwalki
there have been no important changes.
I
To the southeast of Kolno tne
I enemy has been driven back into his
aavanceu pusiciuii ui xumsti. ouum ui
Myszynsiec, northeast of Przansnys
and east of Raclonz there have been
engagements of a local character.
From the south of the Vistula there
is nothing new to report."
FRESH JAPANESE TROOPS
WILL BE SENT TO CHINA
Tokio, Japan, Feb. 20 A represen
tative of the war department is quoted
as saying the Japanese troops now In
service in Manchuria would be replaced
by fresh forces from Japan. This" per
haps explains a report that two divis
ions of Japanese troops would be mo
bilized to proceed to China.
It is explained that the negotiations
now in progress between Japan and
China have not resulted in a strained
situation such as would require mili
tary moements.
R0UMANIA TO CONTINUE
ARMED WATCHFUL WAITING
Petrograd, Russia, Feb. 20. The
Russian minister to Roumania, M.
Poklevskj -Kozell, in a report to the
Russian foreign minister, says that, act
cording to such information as he has
been able , to gather, Roumania will
continue hsr present policy of armed
and watchful waiting, taking sides
neither for or against Russia and her
allies.
"Russia should not relj upon the co
operation of Roumania," says the min
ister. AUSTRIAN BOMBS KILL
SERVIAN WOMEN, CHILDREN
Pans, Trance, Feb. 20 It was semi
officially announced in Paris "today
that an Austrian aeroplane flew over
Cettinje, the eapital of Montenegro, on
Feb 1$, and dropped nine bombs. Two
women were killed and four children
were wounded by the explosions
according to the statement.
WEATHER BULLETIN.
u. s.
DEPAKTMEXT Or AGRICULTURE,
WEATHER BUREAU.
EVEttf-riME-n SIM&-
Observations taken
at 8 a. m, 76th me
ridian time (6 a. m.
El Paco time). Feb.
20, 115.
Forecasts.
El Paso and vicin
ity Cloudy tonight
and Sunday.
New Mexico To
night and Sunday,
probably rain south
portion and snow
north portion; slight
ly colder
Arisona Tonight
and Sunday, gener
ally fair south -portion
rain or snow
north portion; colder
"TnAT"PERPECT WW
SONGr- IT MOKES MV
GlRLCRYAN'-fHWC
ABOUT ANOTHER-
FEULOW-
tonight.
est Texas Tonight and Sunday,
ally cloudy
Weather at S a. (n.
I I
Lowest temp, last night..
Highest yesterday I
Temp, at t a. m..... j
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1
I
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S3
32
36
30
4
36
23
38
23
41
53
16
4
46
50
36
54
3
23
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40
44
3
58
44
20
44
26
4
Aoiiene... ....a
Amarillo 32
Atlanta 34
Boise, Idaho 38
Boston 32
Chicago 42
Cincinnati 21
Denver. 30
Detroit 28
Duluth. Minn 28
El Paso 41
Galveston. . ,. 58
Havre, Mont 18
Jacksonville 40
Ltttletock 48
LosAngeles 5
Nashville.. 36
New Orleans 5G
Nw YTk SS
Omaha 26
Phoenix 50
Rapid City, S V 24
Roswell 42
0
58
44
48
42
44
56
46
40
28
52
2
li
56
62
54
61
4
40
68
33
4
54
2
68
68
40
46
46
43
rain
cloudy
ctevdy
clear
pt. cldy
clear
clondy
dear
toggy
clear
cloadr
cloudy
clear
cloudy
rain
clear r
cloudy
dear
rain
cloudy
cloudy
cloudy
rats ,
dear
cloudy
snow
cloudy
clear
cloudy
dear
.
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2
At i
0
J6
Jtl
0
.16
.41
.12 I
0 i
.92
.2
i St. Louis 44
Salt Lake City 36
San Antonio . .j... 58
San Francisco 44
Santa Fe 3
Seattle 42
Washington 2
Wichita. Kans 40
Yuma
Jan. 1 to Feb
4 . C
46
18. Inclusive. 1911..
18 rnchieive; 19M..
.1.10 In.
Jan.
J in
ian.
to Feb
to Feb
to Feb
to Feb
. in.
18. Inclusive. 1913 ...ISO in
18. inclusive 1914 ... J I In.
IS. lncluslve,19l5....L08 in.
to Feb 18 inclusive.. .86 In.
.1 in
Normal Jan 1
"1IVDK IN CL PVSO."
One dollar spent at home is equal to
$10 put into circulation as against the
dollar sent out of tnn n, whether it be
the banker or the man with the pick
ter ono hinefits bv the dtvelopment
of ho i indutriCb .nd the ouiitlms ui
PASO HERALD
-
Entries Juarez Jockey Club
Sumla?. Feb.
01 Ii Day.
First race
-Sel .ng, 2 year olds, five fur-
longs.
b02S
5980
6028
6017
Joy . 3-
Smuggler 100
John Spohn , 12
Alkanet 105
(4165)
Rebecca !
5949
Baby Lynch no
Lenore U"
Effle May 1"
5968
5848
5918
Gl5
519
5812
692
5959
Ypress ,. HO
Ravenhall HO
Finales HO
Charity Ward HO
Boggy Johnson H2
B A. Jones 112
Lanchorne HS
5987
Second race Selling; 3 year olds and up
ward, five and a half furlongs.
6019
Marie o ilrlen i
0037 Twilisbt
93
1,023 'Rose King ...
1853 Satin Wood ...
6D45 Tyree
C007 Uoldfinn . .. .
6025 Judge Uheens
(6015) Marts Mac ...
. 97
,10
.106
.106
.106
.107
.108
905 Kenneth
(6019) Senator James j 106
5881 Gemmell ...1S
1972 Ruvoco 108
0041 Rio Brawls 108
s25 Edmond Adams
.108
.116
j (5953) Oriroar Lad
Third race belling; 2 year olds and
ward, six furlongs.
ujf-
.102
.108
.106
.106
.107
6059 Thistle Belle
(59SC) 'Bermudlan
601$ F!orence Roberts
6030 Charmeuse
6018 Osaple
600 Kootenai -. Ill
(601) Seneca Ill
Fourth race Two year olds; Mexican sell
ing stakes, four furlongs.
6021 Little Bigger 10
f5955) Sangallo 106
6009 Carl Roberts 100
(027) Aunt Sal 106
027 Baby CaV 113
(6006) Julia L. IIS
Fifth race Three year ojds ana up; San
tiago purse, one mile.
6988 Miss Fielder I S3
(5988) Conning Tower 95
630 Koad master 102
6030 General Marchtnont 12
6042 Be 105
654 'Injury . 105
642 Executor 17
5992 Pan Zlreta 18
Sixth racs Selling. 4 year, olds and up
ward; mile and a sixteenth. ' I
644 Lady Innocence 83
6032 'Hester , 88
6020 Toynbee S
629 Falcada 95
38 Brynllmah 100
6020 Voladay. jr in
6042 'Nannie McDee ... in
'Five pounds apprentice allowance claimed.
THE COURTS
11ST DISTRICT COURT.
P. IL Price. Presiding.
J. W. Newbrough vs. Joe Dunne et
al, suit to foreclose Hen; filed.
Virginia M. Mmjares vs. Galveston.
Harrisburg & San Antonio Railway Co.,
suit for $7000 damages; filed.
M. D. Lincoln vs. Texas & Pacific
Railway Co, suit for $25,000 damages
for personal injuries; filed.
Juan Ortiz et al vs. Guy Sallai; suit
for S204M) damages fdV personal in
juries: filed.
Katherine Louise- Metsger vs. M. P.
Metzger, divorce; filed.
Arthur Vaillencourt et al vs. Guy
Sallai, suit for 34000 damages for per
sonal injuries, filed.
William H Ford vs Southern Pacific
company, suit for 350,000 for personal
injuries, filed
Companla MInera de Tenuco vs.
i n i "iio
1 KAIE.D
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State S
Made and Guaranteed by the Oneida A
Community, the Largest Manufacturers
" of High Grade Silverware in the world
START YOUR COLLECTION NEXT WEEK
JUST THE OPPORTUNITY YOU HAVE WAITED FOR
ENTIRE C0LU3CTI0N OF
,J.miF0mi SLAPE, SIZE A2sTD
DESIGN, DrpJKEKJJ
IN STAT? SEAL. -
DESIGN, Dri?JKEKING
A P1PFERENT STATE-.'
SPOON OFFERED -IN EAGJET
WteEK-END ISSUE. , i
GET YOTJR ORDER TiST EOR
NEXT WEEK-END HERALD,
as. ayithout'the' COUPON ,
that it will contain
yotj wtll:ntot be able to ;
V
get the spoon.
IWells-Fargo Co, suit to recover 36
bars of silver bullion valued at 123,000,
filed , - ..
Charles Freberg vs. El Paso & South
western, suit for 210,000 damages for
personal injuries; filed.
J D Love vs. James T. Smith, tres
pass to try, title; filed.
G A. Hummel and Erma Hammel vs.
H L. Stewart, damages for personal
I injuries, tiled
I Conrad Botz vs. Milton Melvin. suit
1 to recover stock certificate or the value
thereof: filed
Dr. J II. Monford vs. Joe Dunne and
Lizzie Dunne, suit on notes and fore
closuie of lien.
J E Bowen vs. R. J. Carr et al, suit
on notes: filed.
Dora Cllne vs. O. R. Cline, divorce;
filed
Little Rourke vs. William Rourke,
divorce, filed.
Robert L. Adkins vs. Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance company, suit on in
surance policy for $19d;.20; filed.
Robert L. Adkins vs. the Continental
Casualty company, suit on insurance
policy for S 1952.20: filed.
F. N Hall vs. J. Y. Carmon, garnish
ment; filed.
W. AV Woodson vs. El Paso & South
western e) al., suit for $25,000 damages
for personal injuries, judgment for
plaintiff foV 6000.
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
Dun M. Jackson, Presiding.
Fred I Gilmore vs. Ethel Gilmore.
divorce; granted.
State of Itexas vs. Dan W. Cullum.
false swearing, dismissed.
State of Texas vs. A. Suprlnski.
false swearing, dismissed.
State of Texas vs. Jose Palomino,
false swearing, defendent released on
hid own recognizance.
State of Texas vs. D. Sigala, false
swearing, defendant released on his
own recognizance.
State of Texas vs. Manuel Chavs,
false swearing; defendent released on
his own recognizance.
COUNTY COURT.
Adrian Pool, Presiding.
Texas Bank & Trust Co. vs. B. F.
Clutter, suit on note and foreclosure
of lien, filed.
John P. McCue vs. Rjdolfo Cruz, suit
on contract; filed.
American Grocery Co. vs. G. F. Wor
den & Co, suit on debt: filed.
F. A. Christian vs. Southern Pacific
Co.. suit for damages; filed.
Hotel Sherman Co. vs. Jack Curley,
suit on account for $229.46: filed.
C R. Ashbey vs. J. H. Gray and John
H. Richardson, damages for 5992.36;
filed.
V. C. Gould vs. J. H. Bowling, suit
for accounting: filed.
State of Texas vs. Cal Musgraves.
carrying a pistol, plea of guilty; fined
1100 and costs.
State of Texas vs. R. Benson, swin
dling, plea of guilt , sentenced to 60
days in jail and eoats. '
Ex parte Juan M. Peinado, writ of
habeas corpus issued.
State of Texas vs. Pedro Delgado.
theft, plea of guilt) , senteneed to 60
days in jail and costs.
JUSTICK COURT."
J. J. Murphy, Presiding.
State of Texas vs. Ivy Flnley, mur
der; on trial.
State of Texas vs. Jose Contreras.
disturbing the peace; fined $10 and
costs.
State of Texas vs. Jose Contreras,
assault; dismissed.
JUSTICE COURT.
J. M. Denver, Presiding:.
State of Texas vs. Bob Lang, theft by
bailee, cause set for Feb. 2 and bond
fixed at $750.
State of Texas vs. I B. Williams,
theft over $50, defendant' released on
his own recognizance.
The CrosDy company vs. G. J. Grom
mett et al, forcible entry and detainer;
filed.
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Week-End Edition, February 20-21, 1915
News Brevities
(Advertisement.)
Train Bulletin.
G. II & S A. train No. 9, for the west,
due to arrive at the union station at
8:40 p. ra., is reported 30 minutes late.
Westbound train No. 5, on the Texaa &
Pacific, due to arrive at 8.50 p. m, is
reported 30 minutes late. All other
afternoon and night trains are reported
to be on time.
NOTICE TO CITY TYXPAIBRS.
Citv rt.rei nr nflVCLhl this month
' and become delinquent on March 1st,
1915
D. F. Sullivan.
City Assessor and Collector
Navasota, Texas. Feb. 20 G B Ash
ley and his son, Tom. were shot dead
from ambush toaav inree miics ruum
of Navasota Pat Sullivan has surren- ,
dered to Navasota officers. Both Ash
leys leave families. I
Dr. Brynn, dentist, 208 Herald Bldg . . j
PROPOSALS tor Bulls and Heifers--!
Department of the Interior, Office of ,
Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C 1 eb- .
ruary 4, 1915 Sealed proposals, plainly j
marked on the outside of the sealed en-
velope "Proposal fprBHlls and Heifers ,
for the Indian Service" and addressed
to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
Washington, D C, will be received at
t)A Tnrilnn OfflCA Until 2 OClOCk P HI
March 12, 1915, for furnishing and delivering-
at Blackfeet Agencv. Brown
ing, Montana, 60 bulls. 1,800 heifers.
Fort Apache Agency, White River, Ari
zona, 50 bulls. Fort Belknap Agency,
Harlem. Montana, 60 bulls. 1800 heifers;
Havasupai Agency, Supai, Arizona. t
bulls, 15d heifers; Kaibab Agencv.
Moccasin, Arizona, 10 bulla. 125 heifers.
Klamath Agency. Klamath, Oregon. 50
bulls; Mescalcro Agency, Mescalero,
New Mexico, 68 bulls 1,200 heifers;
Moqui Agency, Keams Canyon. Arizona,
10 trails: Xavaio Sorinas Agencv. Nava-
i jo Springs, Colorado, 75 hulls. 610 heif
ers; Kosaoua Agency, rtoseoun, aouin
Dakota, 30 bulls, 300 heifer; Standing
Rock Agency, Fort Yates, North Dako
ta, 80 bulls, 1.800 heifers; Tongue River
Agency, Lame Deer, Montana. 25 bulls,
500 heifers: Warm Springs Agency,
Warmspring, Oregon, 30 bulls. 552 heif
ers; Western Shoshone Agencj, Owi
hee, Nevada, CO heifers; as per specifi
cations and conditions to be observed
by bidders, etc., which will be furnisheu
upon application to the Indian Office,
Washington, D. C, or the V. S. Indian
Warehouses, Chicago, 111 . Omaha. Neb ,
St. Louis. Mo, at the offices of the su
perintendents of the agencies named
Above, and at the office of the journal
In which this advertisement appears.
Bids upon the blanks furnished are noi
absolutely essential; thev- may be made
in any other fornr, provided the condi
tions are observed.
Cato Sells, Commissioner.
Will Sign Billi.
Carson, Nev, Feb. 20. Gov Emmet
Boyle issued a statement Friday ar
ternoon annottneingf hat he would sign
tie two racing bills passed by the leg
islature cheating a racing commission
and legalizing a pari-mutuel system of
betting on horse races. He refused to
say, however, whether or not he would
sign the six months residence divorce
MIL
Aik for Carbo - teel .posts.
Lander
Lumbers (Jo.
Dr. Paget, dentist, 502 Roberts -Banner
Ask for Surety l?ond Roofing at your
hardware dealer or Lander Lumber Co.
Assailant Dies of Wound.
Seattle. Wash.. Feb 20. Richard
Imento, the crippled section hand from
Montana who shot and killed Chas. O.
Dryden and R. W. Fatten, Northern Pa-
SOUVENIR SPOON.
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cifit railway clerks, because of a
grievance he had nursed against their
employer for failure to be compensated
for the less of his leg, died Friday from
bullet wounds inflicted by the police
who besieged and captured him.
N . .
Dr. Thompson W. Graee, 218 Mills Bldg
Dr. Anna Ream. Buckler Big , over Elite
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief:
Dr. M Alkire. lady speciaUst; Dr. Carl
GlDson. 201 W. Missouri Street. They
cured others. They can cure you.
Dr. 31. P. Schuster, Providence Hos
pital Bldg. Office hours, 7 to 10 a. m .
2 to 5 p. m. Phone 365v
Dr. Cameron, dentist, 30J Rob. -Ban Bid.;
Ak for Cafbo steej posts. Lander
Lumber Co. -
Korett Fire I.oxex Ileal y.
Washington, D C, Feb. 20 ri.e r
forests in the west in 1914 caused a l"s--to
the government of nearly 340.000.Ouo
board feet of merchantable timber
valued at 1307,303, and of reproduction
or joung tree growth valued at $ia- -408,
statistics made puolie by the foi
est 3ervjce show There were 6605 fires
of which 1545 burned over an area of
10 acres or more About 77 percent of
all the fires did damage of less than
$100 each.
Dr. Ebcrt. dentist. 216-218 Mills Bids
Dr.Jomiesou, diseases of Kidney, Blad
, der. Skin id Rectnm. 618 Mills Bldg
Groceries.
We save ou iO percent on your gro
ceries, and sell you -a pounds of sugar
for 5100. with every $10 00 purchase
Write for our free catalogue.
Sooth western Groeery Co
El Paso, Texas.
Ask for Carbo steel posts. Lander
Lumber Co.
151 Paso Distilled Water Co, Ph. (89
SAYS FOREIGN SHIPPERS
CONTROL MARITIME EXCHANGES
Washington. Feb 20. Charges that
representatives1- 'of foreign shipping
control the principal committees ot
many chambers of commerce, boards
of trade and maritime exchanges ami
have "h(ftie combed" the American
maritime field, were made todaj bv
Wallace Downey, a New York ship
broker before the -special committee
investigating the allesed ship lobbv
asainst the administration ship bill
The maritime field of this nation,
said Downev. "has been honej combed
with representatives of the fo-cign
shipping interests Innumerable or
ganizations, such as chambers of com
merce, boards of trade and maritime
exchanges, have fo'aei in this coun
trj Representatives of foreign ship
ping interests have joined these or
ganizations, secured control of the '
principal committees and when the or
ganisation takes a position on a- rrnri
tirre matter where the line must be
drawn between fo.eign shipping in
terests and Amencn interests thev
dictate the resolutions. Thus, you gen
tlemen ta congress and other le -lsla-tive
bodies do not get, the real Amer
ican -viewpoint in such matters for
this reason we made the limitation
FEARS ENGINEER MIGHT
KILL RAILROAD OFFICIAL
Chicago. Ill Feb 20 Warren -Stone,
head of the Brotherhood of Loco
motive Engineers, told the board of a"-
I bltration in the western rauroaa was
I arbitration todav that for two year- h
j had been haunted bv the fear that some
. engineer, his nc-ves shaken hy a sur
pribe efficiency test, would assassinate
I the operating official who ordered the
j test.
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