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EL PASO HERALD
TRfflP. liPWS; STOSKSSTROHIE Market Shows Influence of Betterment in Industrial Conditions in U. S. T! Quotations d. Ma roll t reflect closing- prices - v TrW. March 8 Numerous indica- - of domestic trade bett-rmeni con u.f 1 to the strength aad. fcn., - stock market. K". Y. LISTED STOCKS IB ssoctxaeo Press-.. N. York Maruh 8. The following acre i inMrp quotattoas on the New York hangt, - ;a iiii?a Copper 51 rujn ,ujrar Reftninc J--C -w 5V i.i poer ..... 3CS n ern Pacific .................. l-ASa 'ing ..... -....,.. 1-43 k -i Pacific ............ 5 . Pacific LMS i States Steel 45 ..J Mate Steel, pfd. lt HONEY AND METALS. NEW YORK MARKKET. (By Associated Hrass. lork, March h. sTexcantlle nanex. H r iler. G i' .Kan dollars 3s "iMrnment bonds. Strang. Kn'road bonds, ttrong. Time loans, steady. 0 days. SH9SU: M , - -',. six months. l!is3s. all monej, steady, high, 2: low. 1; ral ig rate. 1 Tin nominal, tut ton lots, SSa,t)Sz.M. npper. firm, electrolytic St4.TS9sl4.ST: .stings. S14.2oei4.S2. Iron, steady. No 1 northern. "0. No. i JH.256H 7.: So. U4.I99 I J;ei4 75; No. 2. S14 lift 14. 7S. Lead strodg. S2.S904.99 .spelter, strong. S1L59 asked. Eonden Markets. London. Eag . March 6 The Loads, met- markets closed as follows. Lead. 29. si 3 d3. i-pel'er. 44. slO pl copper, 3. si f4. K xntimoner. f7S975. St. Toiuls Iead and Spelter. i Louis. J4o March S. Lead. 1.87; SPiler, SI 09 THE LOCAL MARKET. Mexican currency. 15. Mexican pesos (EI Pas. taring pries) 3S. Carranza currency, 12; Cxdhnalraa cur Ttnry. 11 , ' , - EI Paso Smelter Qaotations. (Corrected DaOr.l Bar silver (Handy & Harmon quota. ,tiir.i ;s. London lead. 19. alS. dSL Pig lead. US. Copper ire bars, 14 S5. TfEW YORK COTTON. CLOSE. sw Tork. March s. Cnrt Bpat m Udl.ng upUnda, J 8.79; sales, UN. Prtet: News Brevities (Advert lsemenL) Train Unlletln. Tiias 4 Pacific train No. 5. from the C's; aUe at 8:59 p. m.. is reported to . .. at 9 it p. m. Southern Pacific i 'i no. ioi, from the east, due at 1 " ,i m . is reported to arrive at 1 :S6 1 1 Tuesday. AH other afternoon and i. -in trains are reported on time. ak for Carbo steel posts. J- jmber Co Lander Poll Tax Case Dismissed. L us t Salrnas. against whom an I .ii iK-tment chaiEing false swearinsr in omiection with the payment ofnell ties was returned, was releasd Sat i "-ilzs afternoon on his own reeosmi. tv judge Dan M. Jackson, lr. A. T. suil Osteopatme Infirmary. rr lra W. CoUlcs. physician 1b chief: 1- H Alklre. lady specialist: Dr. Carl Gibson. 21 W. Mlssonrt street. They cured others. They can euro yon. Chanted With Swindling Tamale 3Ian. Francisco Enriane was arrested Sun ny tne police on complaint that be I had passed a bad check on a hoUtamale I nan on -seventh street for Sie. The I check bore the signature of W. C. Miite. Dr. "Warnock, dentist, over Postal T- legrapb. Co.; brMge work only JS. Calls for Bank Statements. Washington. D. O, March . The rontroler of the currency today issued i can for the condition of all national Kinks at the close of business Thurs-ua-., March 4. Dr. Jamlcson, diseases of Ktdoey, Blad der, Skill .ad Rectam. 18 Mills Bldg. Charged V.Hh Buying Soldier Clothes. Joseph Perolio, charged with buying 'lothes from a soldier, was given a rearing Saturday afternoon before 1 nlted States commissioner George B. Diver. He was bound over to the April grand jury in the sum of ?1M. EI Paso Distilled "Water Co, Ph. 4S9. Jaarez Mall Route Bids. Bids for handling the mall between 1 I Paso and Juarez will be received by tfie !c"jal postoffice up to March 1. -The ontract was formerly held by C H. Bhney, who died in January. Dr. Warnock. dentist, over Postal Telegraph Co.; gold crowns only $5. Limited Trains In Tito Sections. The Golden State Limited trains are running in two sections this week to ) and If all of the tourist travel to Cali- PUZZLE fy $ IfmSi-SSMi xsjl k villL If 4&. jv rial d s-,roi i I'ind two more airm- iu ANSWER TO SVTIRDVY'S PIZZLE. Left side dotrn In coat. Ipper right corner i'.oitii beside liny stack IBTIPIB; SALES K KM III UR9ED i ! Corn and Oats Rise With Wheat; Higher Hogs Make Provisions Climb. j Chicago II' Marr-h Biff ca,h .ales j since t-aturuaj. firm cable quotations and J unfavorable mcti.lj.er tn Argentina led to a j deciUt-d aivan.-e here today in the price of t wheat. The opening, which lanced from 1 to T vrim aigncr, was iuiiuv e j tenal farther upturn. The clone w& nervous at 4 I Sc f. 54c above Sataruay night. ' .rw..epas, wa-IOBa ss.bVsow sisufl result of the lightness of rvral fferings. After open ins l0.c to higher, the market con- tinned to harden. The close was unsettled at c to 0e net iraia St mpethy for other grata strengthened oats. Higher prices on hogs made proviaiona climb. A Grain and Provisions. Chicago Grains. Close. Wheat Mar. U.49k: Julr.15,. Corn May, 71e: Jaly, :c. Oats May. 5H4c. July. SSo. Chicago Provisions. Close. Pork May, J17.92; July, Ig.li Lard May, 19.C2: July, S19.9C. Rlba May, 19.J; July, (UJt. I . LIVESTOCK Kansas City IJvestock. Close. tvaasaa City. Mo.. March 8. Cattle Recta 9999: market steady. Prime fed steers. SS.2S9S.7S: western steers. J9.75J8.2i. calves, 1(59019.75. Hogs Recta. 9999: market higher; bulk. SCTStJCSa; heavy. SS.7i0C.sa-. pigs, J.2St C.7S. Sbeep Recta 17.999: market steady. jjamsw, ts.s.vs.ja: yeariiags, ea.9y9.7. Chicago IJvestock Close. Chicago, IIL, March S. Cattle Rects. 1C 999: market firm. Native steers. SS.SS0 .1S: western. $5.2907.(4; calves, (.S90 Hogs Recta 2S.999; market slow. Sc above Salorday-s average: balk. SS.S90S.SS; heavy, J4.4907.99; pigs, S5.7S0S.7i. Sheep Recta. 5999; market weak. Sheep, S7.M07.sr lambs, J7.C90S.S5. l'ort llorth Uvestsck. Close. (By Zetger Hotel). CatUe Recta 3899. incrodlng 159 calves. Beef steers, steady: top. S7.25: bulk. SC.990 75. Stoeker steers, strong. 19015c higher: top. S7Z5; bulk, S7.9907.25. Cows, steady: top. S5.S9; balk. Ji.2505.25. Heifers, steady: top. S7.S9; balk. SC990C.9. No stoeker cows nor hetfers on sale. Bulla, stead: top, 15.49; balk. S5.9905.Si. Calves, steady; top. SS.99: bulk. S5.M0C.S9. Stoeker calves. S4.Sa0S.59. Hogs Recta ISM: closed 5 to 19e higher than Saturday. Average top. SCS9. bulk. 4a.sa0s.sa. uuaiity good. Sheep Receipts none. I Kansas crrr pro isions. close. Kansas City. Mo.. March S Barter Creamery. 29. firsts, 31: aeceadss 25; pack lag. 17. " Eggs Firsts. 1T4: seconds. IS. Poultry Hens. 14: rooster. UK: tor. keya, IS. fornia. The trains will sections until Saturday. run in two Ask for Surety Bond Roofinxr at vour hardware dealer or Lander Lumber Co. N'evr Oil Man In Jntr.r. G. A. Steele is now in charge of the ! Pierce Oil corporation's offices In ! Juarez. He has been appointed man- agir of the northern division to sue- ceeC P. rf. p x". tan Wagner. I Paget. dentist. SW Roberts-Banner Ask for Carbo steel poets. Lumber Co. Lander Will Reduce Bread Prices. Uew York. March S. Announcement Sunday that one of the large baking companies In this city bad reduced the price of its bread from S to 5 cents a loaf, brought the prediction in .trade circles that similar action would be taken soon by other baking concerns. Lower wheat prices was assigned as the reason for the restoration of the old rate by the company today. Dr. Anna Ream. Buckler Big, over Elite' United Umpire Club to Meet. The annual meeting of the United Empire club will be held at Rvan's hall this evening. Officers will be elected lor tne ensuing year. Fonowina- the business session, there will be a smoker. Dr. Bryan, dentist. 2g Herald Bldg. .. Dr. Cameron, dentist, re 5 Rob. -Ban Bldg. Bids for Car of Oats for EI Paso County. Sealed bids win be received at the office of the undersigned at the Court House in Bl Paso, Texas, until (S) five oclock March IS. ISIS, for a car load of No., 2 Northern White Clipped Oats. This is for immediate delivery from elevator point and price is tote based on F. O. B. car EI Paso. R. D. Barnum. County Auditor. Rri;r. Gen. Anderson Dies. New Tork, March S. Brig. Gen. Geo. & Anderson, aged t. U. & A, retired, died here Sunday. - Ask for Carbo steel posts. Lumber Co. Lander Edison Discovers Plre. West Orange, it. J, March 8. Thomas Edison, at work In his laboratory after midnight Sunday, discovered a fire in one of the buildings of his great plant here, summoned the firemen and pre vented what might have been a serious loss. The fire practically destroyed a building where the most valuable pho nograph records were stored. Phone C7. Wilson Milliean, the best cleaners. White work a specialty. Dr. Ilbert. dentist. 21-lg Mills Bid:;. PICTURE HBP WATTLE: j President Nations, of Pan handle Association, Fa vors Big Bank Here. . "A cattle loan bank with a capital stock of SS00.MO is what El Paso needs right now to insure its place ss a per- manent livestock center along with Fort Worth. Kansas Citr and Chicago,' .- ' .-. t i. ti -v-..i. i.9A... -.4P aW . Th Bw .. .. 4. 1 a a..! Oav- kA.tArn Stneksun'. onuwiation hxfnre he lef t "-' " - - - for San Antonio to attend the Texas Cattle Kaisers association meeting. ti. .ii m. .nSlff. iiaaHllne" tions. all of them, and they are handling the mamwreul hnaineas of the dtv in ..ii..t .k.n. nut what ia nied the worst way is a great cattle loan bank which has for its purpose only the loaning of money on cattle and cas tle ranch lands. It should have no con nection with any other bank and should do no general banking business. Two men Have come here recently to discuss Wltn me tne possinillties Ol Iioatina: such an institution and I consider the pi event time the most favorable. ''By reason of their restrictions, the national banks are not permitted to make heavy loans on real estate and the changing scheme of the cattle busi ness had made Jt necessary for the cat tlemen to invest large parts of their earnings in cattle ranch land. This and cattle are all they have to offer as se curity and while the ranch lands are especially desirable as securtiy. the bank ale restricted in their loaning powers. Loan on Herds and Lands. "This would be where the cattle loan bank could perform its great service. lt a.nlti loan on cattle herds and cattle ranches and finance the growers from one year to another. Subscriptions could be obtained both locally and In the east for such an institution. The local banks, no doubt, would be willing and glad to take stock in sucn an insti tution for it would haye no connection with any other local institution and. by bringing the big cattle growers here, would encourage men with means to corrte here and their accounts would be available for the commercial banka Fort Wcrth does not finance her great rattle business. Neither does Kansas City. Xot alone.' Both go to the east far their money and why cannot 1 Paso do the same thing. The paper could be sent east for discounting with the cattle loan bank's endorsement on it and this would form one of the gilt edge paper since the cattle business is one of the most stable in the country and the cattlemen a high type of citisen. Demand Is Here. "Local bankers have told me that they have had no great demand for cat tle loan money and have doubted the wis dom of such an institution. The reason for this is that the cattlemen, by ex perience, have learned tsar, the money tney aestre is not to ue ntta in ei faso from the banks in the amounts and on the securities they have to offer. For this reason they have gone elsewhere for their loans. Let the cattlemen start coming here to get their money with which they carry on their business and they will come here to do their trading I and to live and their deposits will swell the regular accounts of the local banks. sroo,oeo Institution. "A ISOe.OOe institution sounds like a big one but It would take such a sized cattle loan bank to meet the needs. It could be started with I0.MH and in creased as the demand for cattle money Brew, as it will surely do. Outsiders stand resdy to invest in the stock of such an Institution and I know, for a fact, that financial experts have been here looking over the field with Just such an end in view. "A bank of the character I have In mind should carry no general deposits, should not undertake to finance valley lands or commercial affairs but should confine Itself to the cattle business strictly. When it became known to the cattlemen of the southwest that there was such an institution right here in the the very heart of the cattle coun they would no longer look to the east for their cattle money but would come to Bl Paso, keeping the money and the business here at home." "Would you consent to head such a cattle loan bank?" Mr. Nations was asked. "If it was the desire of the organizers and the cattlemen I would head it but I would be an equally cheerful worker in it witn some otner wen Known cat- , tleman at its head." I DALLAS BANK MAY ESTABLISH CATTLE LOAN BANK IN EL PASO ! Arrangements for the establishment ' of a cattle loan company In El Paso are i being made by W. H. Moses, of Dallas. Mr. Moses has been in the city for i some days Interesting local cattlemen j and returned to Dallas Sunday. i It is reported that a Dallas bank Is ' behind the. project, which will be strict- I ly a loan company and will not enter the local banking field. , DAUGHTER OK E. Ii. NOLI) DIK: CLASS TO BC PALLBBARRRS Miss Grace Nolo, aged IS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Nold. died this morning after an illness of a year and a half. The funeral will be held at the residence, 252S East Boulevard, Tuesday afternoon at S oclock. Rev. H. G. Porter officiating. Miss Nold was a BinmlMr nf th.. T " T." class of the First Methodist Sun day school, and as long as she was able was a faithful attendant. The pallbearers have been chosen from the class. They are i Misses Coral Bias. Marion Doollttle. Marlon Rullman, Ruth Ilyten, Hazel Ma honey and Helen Mahoney. ORVILLE JOXKS. PIONESlt C1RPBNTBR, IS DEAD Orville M. Jones. J years of asre. was found dead in his bed at 3". Chi nuahua street. Sunday morning, death having been doe to rehumatism of the heart. Mr. Jones came to EI Paso about in ,vr afctf ana nan lonoweo tne car- ' penter trade. He was widely known in i the city, particularly among the older residents, with whom he was very pop- ' ular. He was a native of Georgia and . n:i& iiui miirnffl - . Ills mother. Mrs. W. M. Jones, who is ndV in feeble health, and two sis ters. Miss A. Jones and Mrs. P. .. Brown, survive him. All reside in this city. MEXlCW IS POUND IMiAH: MOTHER LIVES IN rABBNS M Credo Lopez, a Mexican about 38 eas of age, was found dead near the corner f Third street and Broadway ?bout T oclock Monday morning. When d scovered the body was lying with the face downward in the gutter. Little is known about the man. ex cept that he had a wife with whom be had not been living and that his mother resides in Fabens. -GlNMX-JIARSIIAI GRANTED NEW TRIAL FOR KILLING, fheyenne. Wyo, March 8 The ..cfiiiiiik: supreme court today granted new trial tn RnhAi-t Mlr..m .. ' famous u..n.n.n ....va1.. e ,i . t Pre. r .nS-Tt;".""-' - "' "'1 i Creek and Baegs who wis convicted SZP&JVSS. agodr0 v!J , sentenced to Ii ears imprisonment. I-ITTKI, JIJIY DISIGIICRS. The jury in the case of Ethel LUtel apainst the Kl I'aso & Southwestern Railway com pan , a. suit lor $15,090 damages for personal injuries, failed to reach a verdict and was discharged Saturday afternoon at t oclock Thv jui is said to hare been c.ely di- idea BEL m ! NUT Receive Much Condemnation For Failing to Run When the Weather Is Bad. There was much complaint today of the 5e automooiie service. Few or these automobiles were in service today , . . Deo,e . tave deoend ine upon the Jitne to iret them to their work mornings, were sadl disap- ' nointed fair wcather" . .i.rmrfr.rtAn " T.mrlrMl . 1MM WKA . ." rjTTrr:. . 7Z . - Z il Til: nnu waiim nsu an nvur ir is jiun .uu then had trudged to the street car. -but i wh lt ,", hd weather thev.fall n it ' keP engagements. We find the i ,. ZL hand however rtnrlni- all street cars on Hand, however, during an . sorts of weather. This comment was often repeated. and manager H. S. Potter received many telephone calls during the - fday commendsing the street car service, many of the calls from people who confessed that they had been riding the June cars, out who nwciarea mey m- i teimsa la&iin; ine etrirci. csurs in iuiuic. "ret few wilfaccuse Mr. Potter ef lvw. ing brought On the snow. It was considered a fair test be tween the transportation facilities of the city. The street cars did not alter their scbeules in the least, but ran reg- 2h? , r??.Sr ;fd. Tl. wv awhile a five cent auto made its wa over its regular route but the trips were so few that people who depend upon them in fair-weather found that they could not do so during the snow. I wny snouio we patronize mese jitne cars in fair weather and hurt the street car service,' asked a man dis cussing the situation, "when Ihey fall doa n' on us when the weather is bad? What Kl Paso wants to encourage is a transportation service that works all the time; we need it most when the weather is bad. In fair weather it is not hard to get any place: it is when the weather m had that we need ser vice." TREE PIVNTING TO START AS SOON AS TREKS ARRIVE. The first consignment of the order of trees recently placed by the civic im provement committee of the chamber of commerce is expected to arrive this week. Walter Kohlberg. chairman of the committee, estimates that about lCww .e. will Tfw. nrrf.r i .ii m r. i i. i . .u. -c.i K.A Bach of the I luciu iKiiig . u.i un& schools has placed orders and. as they are delivered, they will be planted at There will be no special ceremony or day set aside for the planting as the trees are expected to arrive in odd lots. DOl'GLASS I'ARE.VT-TIi.CIIEnS DISCUSS INTERESTING TOPICS. A meeting- of the Parent Teachers' association nf the riAnsflaiut Innernl school was held Friday afternoon in the j scnooi ouuaing. An interestin sting pro- S. Jacques I on "Wars gram was ctven. Rev. A. and lira Flora Wilson talked on "Ways in which our Modern life could be sim- plified " William Coleman, the pnnci pal of the school, spoke of the "False standards of life." Mrs. K. C Cole- man and Mrs. A. Mabn talked on "Dress, food and home surrofindlngs." Miss A. L McGowan and F. S. Clopton talked on "The folly of trying to keep up with others of more means. Miss E. C. Gur ley talked on "Real respect gained by honesty of life, rather than vain shew." Miss O. Fowler spoke on "Extrava gance as the cause of many failures." CALL IS ISSUBD FOR STVTK nNK 5TITBMKVT Austin. Tex.. March S. Commission er of insurance and banking Patterson today issued a call on the state banks and trust companies for a statement of tbeir financial condition at the lose of business on March 4. These banks have 10 days In which to file these reports with the department here. Rates For. Classified Ads: One Cent ner Word. No charge (ess than $ .25 Six Casjccunve laser- ' tio, per Word .05 Notice To Classified Advertisers All classified advertising ordered to run indefinitely (t- f.) must be in writing No t- f. advertisements ac cepted over the telephone. Orders to discontinue t. f. ads must also be in writing end cannot be accepted over the telephont. A stop order receipt will he given when a t- f. ad Is ordered discontinued. Answers to Herald Ads. The following list ot uncalled for answers to neraW Want Advertise ments are now being held f(r delivery t The Herald business office: I a. ass B. ic. 287 I D. 315 ; E. 2C M. 1SS M. U. N. M. 3S12 K.,499 . e. us r. g. sex T. 412 V. IS X. T. X. Graesry SSsssseaosf Ds Luxe .lMattst 'o4aaiat H. H. H. 1225 J. 237 J. 44 X. ttt k. sc: L. 41S L. L. 424 U 144) L. 4S M. 427 It. G. Lost and Fonnd. J.OST Crown ehsaed breastnin. with Mrla j and diamond. Reward 21 San Francisco. I.ovr Book railroad paasea Finder return to city office Santa Fe and receive reward. Xo questions asked. Personal. HAIR MANUFACTURERS SCS Myrtle Ave. AUTO FOR HIRE SL59 per hour. Ph. 2ST. Lore Curtain Made IJLe New. Ph. SC J. AILHKN BERG'S preparations at Ryan a fM'IRELL, Coraets. Mrs. Hulett. Ph. 3572. MRS. CHONLA'S sale. 319 Texaa La Belle Face Cream for WANTED Christian home for a girl baby. In perfect health. Call Providence hospital. HAVE YOU TRIED the'uneria CafeT-It not it's your loss. SI 4 3an Antonio. 3. K. CURTIS, Y. St. C. A-Pleaaa munlrate with Owl Sign, aad Paper Co. OING private LADY wants board and In famll. close In. Addi White House millinery departmeat. LADIES wanting flrstclass manicuring, snar-ipooing and facial massage call Mrs. Harrington, phone 5825 W Will call at our home if desired. T. . . - TUBBHCULOSIS -CATARRH -If you de- inioi-TOAiJon aooai Srnl S eizT'S l-ao Texas. ' Financial. WANTED Money on first morta-ace on Puduc uuuty in a arowiaa; town. Write A. 7? Herald. Q.r.p..,. . - Stfc IS if ou hace good notes to sell oe . loan .nettel mortgage or col Equitable Loan Au n. 214- lilt-ril s-ecarit 2I Tiu t Bids Stocks and Bonds. INVESTMENT BHOKERS FOR INDIVIDUALS AXI INSTITUTIONS. We Ksv. NOTHING OF OCR OWN TO SELL, bat an Intended only la what will beat meet the sssrisl requirements t each IndlrMaal client," laqalrr invited. Curtfes-Manaiac C Investment SeeurHieft. First Nat. Bank Bulldiag. Bl Pass. Texaa Money to Loan. MONEY TO LOAN :i Mills Bldg. ;! . THE DIXIE CO. Money advanced arled people C M. Harley. Mgr.. :tS T-. St- R. 1. over Ughtbodr'a store. Ph. lila BIHflTl? T XTIT t . . 1 i . t. . ' nva, P""" tnamonos. eic : aotes oougni ! mMttt Courteous treatment, confidential dealings 392 Two Republics Bldg. Ph. 1444. We 3Iake loan on chattel mortgages and collateral securities: alas buy good notes. Equitable Loan Asafn SU-lli Trast Bldg. Special Notices. MANICURING SCS Myrtle Ave. I MILL NO LONGER be reapooslMe for any bills contracted by my wife. F. Hattanua. ELECTRIC MASSAGE and scalp treatments. 21 2 H San Antonio St.. room i. Fairmont AOtel. WE BIY AND SELL, pack aad store house hold goods. Sell your goods t the eae thai; pays the most. II. L. Stewsrt. Furniture. 225 a Stanton. Phone CS. KD OWNERS make the front seat of , ,OIdm; h., and eeet?wlth corn- . fort whlte enm , We , are especially eunlpped'tor this work. Phone (js. WANTED To sell from 199 to 599 shares of "La Concordia French Oil company, owning 25.S42 acres of oil land la the petro leum belta of Taato-Toca and Tuxpam. Max.. where no one has lost a penny. Lot No. 127. property of the company, baa 23 oil seepMres on the surface ground and one hole unfinished, which produces 19 liters of good oil per minute. In said lot the new city of Tnxpam will be erected a-sd the sale of 3 million of cubic meters will pn- duce not loss than 39 minion douars. ifrepa. ...lAn. h... -h.. m.A. for th. .viww.tlnn of 59 tons of good asphalt dally without ronslderat'.on of the petroleum produced. For more Information Paso Texaa write box ST2. El Business Chances. I FOK RENT Fuel and feed j 4S12. I vnr. nnvr i-.i..j .1 .mil .iJT . -B KENT Garage aad repair shop. 4913. FOR SALE Boarding hoaae doing good . business, call sis Montana. Pboae 4s5 u. GARAGE FOR SALE la good town, estab lished trade. For particulars address M. 138. Herald. SSe.eee PAYROLL- monthly upper valley. Take the La Mesa auto from Herald office J-30 p. m. RESTAUR.VNT. bakery aad grocery, living room, chicken yard, long Snap. Call owner SSS9 J. lease; rent I IF TOU 1LVVE S1290 to lav. j vleea in paying business, with i address M. 427. Herald. Invest with ser- salary. HARD TTMEST NO SIR! Make JI99 grot to SI999 withla year's time VostUvely Phone 79(9 J. FOR SALE Grocery near school, bnstness 3S94) per month: Invoice, reasonable rent; sickness calls. Add. Grocery, care Herald. FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CASH Best pays? lag restaurant: show for you to make money oa small Investment, big profits. Better harry. Address Investment, ear Herald. bssteeas TlTlS TpasT atI-e-amt xittiS si- pTcS? cleaf prU:uTTmirbr.ci: uob: .cheap rent: wllil stand laspsction- Write'v 44. Herald - TO TRADE Will trade long time vesstor'a lien notes aa part payment oa dwelling, or or for valley land, or city property. Write P.Obn 251. El Paso. Texas. to contractor t. rarnian material and build. FOR SALE Moving picture show, good town, no opposition, guaranteed to clear S159 monthly. S99 will handle if taken at once. Best of reasons for selling. A snap for someone. W. G. Shomsker. Naca. Aria ; OWING TO ILLNESS I offer for sale my Busy Be. Confectionery store, doing a 329. 999 business a year. Cost originally 1(999: -alii sell cheap for cash. Will sea ad rigid inspection. If you want a mint boy this . ww pswwn. jkwji muKusM H. W Sehntxe. Maria. Tavu MIDLAND OPERA HOUSE Overhauled and remodeled: best show town In West Texas: country in fine shape; guarantee packed house to fh-steiass attractions. Ask n- Siee REWARD for any uncbmpllcated case ot Pi!e me fall to rare without the Knife. ugature. Cautery or Carbolic Acid InJecOoi Internatlenal SpeeiaNsts. Corner Texas and Mesa. El Paso. Tex. Cattle and Commission Men. COGGIN Livestock and Commission Co. buy and sell. 2121 San Anionic. Ph. 474X ITLVNK Mil'. A. Sl'ENCE Cattle Bldg Phone 1S3S. sheep. Drewmaking. SEWING BY THE DAY Ph. iSfS J. BCTTONS COVERED Angelas CTg. Wits. DRESSMAKING Phone C299. and rsxnodeliag. Mrs. Webb. EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER wants sew- Ing by the day or at home. Phoae 7. WANTED Sewing by the da . work guar- ' anteed. Phone 5417. Can evesuaga DRESSMAKING S15 N. (115 W. El Paso. Phone RENT THE EASY RUNNING WHITE, best kztasKll.ai iga tha as-Asslat J- rVli -. ' - - - vvasu v lauuij sasjea tvT' pairs for all makes of machine. VbHe ieirlnr MaeWne Of Her. H. lav Stewart. Aceat. S:s S. Stanton. Ptwtne S3. Wanted HelpMale ROY ABOUT IS wanted at Saa Antonio re pair ahop. , REAL ESTATE SALESMAN WANTED. Hawkins Bros. m . l DENTIST An all around man registered In New Mexico, married man preferred. Ad dress Dentist, care Herald. il ANTED An experienced man for bot tling room work: mast give reference. Write , Dairy. Herald. nAVTRILll,n .Hth m.Mw.l .1. W... with waeela Can make anod immv Xem. Tip Top Messenger Service. WANTED Good Sd boy energetic ' i to wideawake boy caance for promotion willing to work and learn. Herald News Editor. WANTED Sober, middle aged American 1 vot apeaks Spanish fluently to distribute , nermaneat noa ''"U" gosa pay to right man. Call room Stevens Bldg.. and I nnng references. JLIVK, KXTKHIRNCBU MAN to take order for my fine 1 year rotwbvabes. also shade and fmlt trees; best tested sorts, lowest prices : food commls-non. 'Write qaick. Francis K. Lester. Mesflla Piwk. N. M. ABLE BODIED MEN, j firemen and brakemea. , good eyesfa-ht. for .rood wages; expert- ! cdv;r"7l79.2e5,,,3,suT?Iy,0 SSeTazr ! "" itanway. rare iicraia i H'IpWanted-MaIe and Female EXPERIENCED FARMER with wife AKMK with wlf to ork on farm. E. L. Wetzlg. Clint. Texas. WWTHn RMl,i.una. ...! rZ v."" ! -"-""- avavirti w .Tl4sj,l apUTT. 1 Aiwmer in own handwritinx. In 1A eit. I ? Writ- M. O.. i ire Herald ..ANTKIlu-Man and wife for ork on small f.i rn. lilts ti a. as llasa laT,br1 sses4 l b. .. ....... ........ viiv iivvu fs .(sxrav vs uu Bfs tl.. - i..uKhl . apable tj handle the work satl.- f lonU Please gle full inforui-ition aai .Iesi.-el work li;h:. famllc 2 II ral.l. for dates. W. A. Taylor, Mgr. Hoose. Midland. Texas- Piles Cured. i ----es---bs-y- i Wanted HeIp- fe aiale. It vTE.n't niirM with h.hv a month oiq Pnone 1438. 19 to II a m.. I to I P m. WANTED English speaking Mexican girl Avoir tn person at 1713 Montana. Ph 4921. 'WANTED Experienced dining room girl .th reference 497 E. Franklin. ' WANTED Maid for genera! housework: . moat be goon rook Fort Bliss o'd No new Na 1 2 l ANTED English speaking sir' for cook- jlng aad general housework, ao washing I ioAalaa Hfaa.iuua oaAnlraul Phlla 8mwl ironing, references required. Toon 2894 WNTEB Mexican girl who speak- Knsr ! lish to help clth housework must he .b - ; to do hand sewing. Phone 6027 N 3H- J I Bliis St VIMFACTIRBR di,ltes la.lles trate. sell toilet preparation, oi on, both English and Span'h r, - 4S1. Herafd. o il.mon- onimi spesking. WANTED Experien'-ed girl for genera! housework. Moving shortly to new house v miles down xalley on tar Hne Good pine for competent (.irl aid permanent . family of 2 reference-, required vpply 5412 Fort Boulevard on Fori Bits, ur line. Pit. 2-4 Sitaatioas Wanted Male WANTED Windows to uas. Phone 728. COI.LAKD t loans windo (275 offices. Ph. WANTED Work 22SS. Janitor or porter. Pa. 11 ANTED Firs-class paper hanger. Address Paper Hanger care l!rjld I JAPANESE firs-1 la - .-ook wants position: dtj or out eit) Address u 4n. care Hernia. MAN AND WIFE nant work on ranch, ex perienced with s.oik Write H. 38,. Meraro (iOOD COOK iirs position Write H. 389. Herald hotel or camp, MAN Cnlon carpenter satisfaction guaranteed. must haw nork. rlte H SsJ. Hr- aid. ! - "-? ;" orl- "5 ,'":.. 2."" in bo Phone i afte- hCOWl DUUI3 .UU O..WU.ja. t.4: 11 IPPLR ALLEY MEN to nde with the La Mesa Auto line. Lea-.ea Herald office 3 3o p. m. Al BOOKKEEPER deaire- position of trust fan furnish ap.endld references or bono Hi rite X 45 Herald STORE MANAGER nants position oat of ! toss, speak; Spanishl can get results. rite H. Ms. Herald I Llnd of clerical work, good references fur- nisheJ. F. H. Pen-In 213 W 3n Antonio St. SI rKlNTEXDKNT and foreman reQuest ! inte-vi-w reffardinr buUuIng construction j aad detail dranrhtlns- Address N. 423. i Herald Situations Wantcc' r eaak I . WANTED Family washing Ph. 4ST9 W i kxpkhIBNCED Nl'RSE Had hospital training, suits nursing Pbose re STENOGRAPHIC or office work for sev-, eral .tours a da . ill do extra work. Ad dre.s N . Herald WANTED B-. middle aged widow with well behaved girl 8 years old. posittob as ' housekeeper, good cook. Phone 2959. i COMPETENT and experienced young lady . stenographer desires position, good refer- ctif es l-'lone asas evesuBga i COMPETENT and experienced lady ste rograpaer and office assistant desires posi iioii Phcre1 -510. . PRttTlCAL and experienced la Eu- ' rjpe and America will go out week or outh Phone 4931. WASHING AND IHONINfa done, work guar anteed cai'eil for a.ui delivered. SI do:, l'ltone 478( W .. lth references desires posd- HIlNb LADY I tion as canler or i . Write M 4:5. Herald. position ox 'trust. I E-T. REFINED LADY will keep house In i.Y ""JStreSs "HouSkeTpercixror r gllV '" A,!ar3 Housekeeper, cars . '. "CT"- Wanted Reai Estate. WANTED Small -nodera brick house. High- " vTr-,rltr"iVJ, rv?M CMh- " - ' mor.th' Phone (541 WANTED Mocitrn buagalow of 4 or 5 rooms, and -fccping porta good location. not to ctceed .:,,. yUl pay cash, or ul Iea-e furmsh-U Phone 3775. bungaiot.. Montana. Wanted to Rent. i WANTED TO KENT by March IT. 4 or 5 i room nuuse i-tii ruruisnca, siui gswagc. !..ivl. ..,.. !...., hnol Welt. M walking distance Lamar school. 423. Herald. Wanted Automobile. M ANTED Second hand antomabile. most ffood rhape. chean Ford preferred. Write X a - care Herald. WANTED S lottd hand automobile 5 pa- S2,,"',S- " ... - .-- Wanted iVu$ceaneottj. WANTED Good 2d hand top baggy Wetxle. Clint. Texa PRIATB PARTY wants to Iriture: no house wanted. M buy used HeraNL i WANTED TO BUY DIAMOND Mut be uergs'n. ite tlze and be t cash price Wr-ic ii '40. Herald. I .T . . .. . 7 " IW VNTED i ierL or bu a rot hdrau- IK well Crillln- outfit. AddrVsi C N Ha- I gins Serrosa. Arii. RELICS WANTED cold, silver, wood of any tlescriptioe Any Dzvis. 207 San Fraaciaco St. metal aro old coirs. HIGHEST PRICES PAID for second hand lurnlture. stotes. clothing, books aad junk. cme Second Hand Store. (IV iSan Antonio SL Phone 42S. ! pcr R.at Apartments Furniihcd. HRMSHEI) APT.. STS Phone 5J4C. i FOIK ROOMS and priate bath. Ph. Z:i. UK H'lTTE APTS. 5 rooms furnished, pn it btti. 11 one 11 Si) ' HOl-iEKEEPING APTS. ! Te-... and rooma I jKKMSIKI) - rooms with sleeping porch. Uouievard. ' FOl R ROOM F-an! In APT.. 4 Vppiy lie E. 1 HIGH" IN TOWN Court H.- i-c block. X.se furnished ap. l'l RNISHKD AITS, steam heat, private bath tine walking distance. Phone 5715 FOR RENT Newly furnished apts.. steam healed. 129S X. Oregon. KKY DRMRABLE. close In. best and hot i water scr ice . ideal for business women. I phone 2517 mornings or after ( p. m. aa .ii-.tiuaaj 15 Finest la EI Paso. one ,cJi:. steam heat. Janitor service. ' 1 IIAN1MWIM3LY FURNISHED PARTMBNT .-"'l'"' tenants only, refer-nees. Phone "- IkTlKK l'l OOK private home, irood Ixona. Phone 7c7 nclahborhood. 14M Arizona. Call SaturdH or Snnday or after other d-zys Races to destrablef. 4 PL BL 1ST. HBT.IS APARTMENTS. Slnsrle aprrtmeatJ. furnished, steam heat, Janitor rer ice 5 blocks from business cen ter. boljtely modern. 4wt E. Missouri. ro-nei nf Kansas ForRePt-ApartaeaU Unfaraisned. fur hstvti -. .., . J." . -- - - .vw .s isuivsit, BVPSJeU SUCVIT- inc porch. Phone 9S4 roK RENT t nfunrlshed pt . rouri Phone JJJT J. 317 W. Mia. TWO Dfrt- ROOM unfurnished apt. with kltch- t bath Jarre aleeplnr pocxh and steam i AppU H RSt-cns or phone S;4 j bat,! j - For Rent Houses Fwaislied. FOR RENT b; the month or leae. S room farnlshed house Datii Bro- 199 Texas EIGHT ROOU rtc-elj fcriil.he.: houe Tx.th 1 "t. CI- 0 oion h i'hot.e 3c35. For Rent Houses Unfarnished. FOR HBNT ( room house, on ro--i - S29 month. EL S. Peaeebaker. Phone J .11 FOR KENT e r-, -n bungalow on r r-ier good repair 1539 vc ng St. R'-t L' J7I9 FOR RENT room home with bat i Mills 8t auto from Southwestern st-op Phoa Whlttaker 51. 'FOR RENT Modern 5 room brick uttjs near Southwestern shops. S29 per mrnrh rrlta fin, i rlt fa. or I ;tj rnt Nat'L Bank Bldg Phor.. 8)3 ' For Rent Hoatekeeplnj Rooms I Fanasaed. HOfSEKEEPINC ROOMS 14 X El Pj- TTrlO large front housekeeping rooiii. r sick. 1295 San Antonio Phone 564S I FR RENT T furnished houe .eep - . xoonia 1913 N N K'orence Phone U4i THREE keeping. furnishf! rooms for light houe Phone Sl TWO LIGHT . u.i housekeeping modern, llu. X Stanton. FOR RENT Two light housekeeping Phono 55SS W. TITO LARGE 995 N. Stanton. clean housekeeping roo- FOK RENT Contenient hous' p rooms. 797 Texas St MHOISEKEETINO SUITES (15 's bell I ixe OR TWO TRONT 1 gbt house- . I rooms close In call -oM w. or ,1 Pj. FOR RENT Housekeeping 1 Phone SI 29 W , ONE FRONT light housekeesinr room i j . Santa ire. FOR RENT 3 loe'y rooms furnish-i light housekeeping, nice porch; all m.i. 1J30 Wyoming FOR RENT Tro nice large housek-T rooms -Alth large sleeping porch. SIT ,j p month. S14 S- Virginia i TH O ROOMS for light housekeeping i , suitable for two young men: rcaaonab E 1 1104 N Florence. Phono 2J1L For Rent Hossekeeping Rooms Uninrnkhed. TWO light famished or anfurnisheti roo-ns 1S321T San Alton For Rent Rooms FonuiLed. FtRNIgnBD ROOMS Court House B FRONT furnished room. 1911 N. El Paso, t A LARGE nicely furnished room, rea-fon-. tbl7 Phono S122 J ! DELM.tR ROOMS 117 N. Stanton, rag , ter. free baths. 50c SI day? S2.59 up w,. 1 FTRNIsHED ROOM, nesr home. Ph -- ' J after p m i FOR fami': H1TNT Ecdroom arl . 512 N Stantor PI NICELY furn shed ! N" Oreg-w room and garage i "EAI TIFTIXY furnished front room a - ing distance no sick 1.19 L El Paso L.-LRCE. nicely furnished front room bat' connecting, private entrance.. Ph. 4to , l FRONT BEDROOM with prtvsts entranc adjoining bath no other roomera Ph. 53s I NICELY furnished front room on Montana ' neam heat. Phone Si 27. COMFORTABLE ROOMS for employed '.i Ules. private family Phone 3S-9L NICELY furnished .outh loltec club. front room, " 112S a Ochoa. NICELY furnt-hed rooms, private hom ' - l roomers or light housekeeping. Ph T05 FOR RENT Sleeping porch, all modern t oa eniextces. SS per month. Phone 4281 FIRNISHED R4MM. connecting bath, f -gentleman. 911 X Stanton. FURNISHED BOOM for rate. 415 Cpoon. rent, reasons u 4 I FOR RENT Furnished room with bath. Roosevelt Ave. Phone SSSO - guex2-c" gentiemea. c Farnlshed room for 1 or 2 close in. no si k. Phoae 5134 J BEDROOM Steam heat and bath. 42 Xo. 4 Lucerne Apts I , IjnM, lv .. a,,,,.fc," aith fa naee heat for renA Phone 472S. I : ONE fa -a, NICELY furnished Phone. 3197. room la p-ivs YOUNG MAX vould like a iiiinniiis nwi rate price aad close in. Phoa. 384. i r.pvn miiv . ...n ii,n f.t . . I GENTLEMAN ctMnug modern front room o- , Stressing porch in new home pfeone 2176 TV 1 NICJ V furnished room, lt) iron, plaza eery comenieo momh. Phone i4l. mteutea a re; J1139 p- K SUNT Kumlihed bedraom with sle-f ' '" porcn. if m.naies wwi 10 ion n ovuieiosu r uuuis .j)i. BRl BESIKARLE ROOM for lady -tra- leal bath: close in on street car line, r crences required. Phone 1459. FOR RENT One nicely farnlshed 7r ' room for lady or gentleman, ill E. M von. 4.L.SSKD-1N sleeping porch, twraishfd bedrooTu. suitable for young lady; boaru 1 !.- ed Phone (454 1ARGE FRONT ROOM, park exposure eds and bath sui'able for 2 er 4 gen men. II N El Paso S- Pbsae (7:T KXCKITfONALLY crean more per ons rea-omhie i .-f.rer.,-. phoire --n ; "'""', rnone -n for one private entran tvR RENT Furnished roont la pr Phone 9'i i fj.ni ; separate cnlranc- 1215 ilcTUe For Rest Rooess Unrnrnisbed. FOR RENT Two Mil Brown. nice unfuraished roois For Rent RooiBS and Board. ' FOR I'ENT-Rooro with firatclmsa boar Pht.-ie 1ZZ RMJ. HOARU end -Jf-Tim; porch for ilscrnt. Photic S34J SELECT ROAKB and rooms. , ton. I bone 51a W 1915 X Stan- , iaiAKI) 1 :- c f. UNO KOOM s ctly Lsary 235 t aiiourl. first, i -Ph. tcs 1 JOHNSON HOiNk ,lr..nc room opened i a der n v nraxcagcaient Boarders wantec FIR.STC LA!, room a-1 lwrd with sleepn j i porcres. 1097 Montana. Phone 5194 ! NEAL-S. StS MBSA Phone S417. 1 init!y uptodate faole flrstclasa. ROOMS AND BOARB. Both exceptionally (94 N. Oregon. For Rent Stores and Offices. LIGHT. AIRY OFFICES for rest in He Bid; ' R BT- room for pnWic sie.i pb"r. nr3t National Bam. bsdldin o 47 Herald. For KchL HWE MHH PASTrRE for few heart ur hor-f-i Phone S93 J r. I'OK RUNT itht.'jt cpi on one of t er tnwi btuine locations in the t. - I1 inter"tel ts-ite to box s7 ith pa- u n to hat kin J uf luin. eu wUh it FOK RENT. 49- San FrancH.o b. - or-room ? 3i Mrtte A ftore-i om 10 OoacUiK C. trouell cesey. 0t ii)i Bui .1it For Sale Dogs. lKi:illLt PIPM f. r -.1 25 rhan; In the pedigree Phone 4557 1820 M c For Sale Vesrkks. FOl K TOP WAGONS Ucr'a.id incl horse t tr - VII -10 L.