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EL PASO HERALD
10 londay, !May 10, 1915 STOCK MARKET STILLDECLINES War Specialties Are Weak; Cotton Loses 57 Points But Rallies Later. Tr Quotations reflect closing price iltnuaj. May 1. ru Tort. May 1 The Laritanla dw- t Toda. continued to dominate the stock Turkft price falling away soon after a H , p niny Decline were moderate at i! . ni,. t but gained in extent during the f - u ...r War apedaltiex. particularly T H i nfm Steel and WMtlnghooee Blectric r. -ik from the start, loetsg three to '-. po nt. u ion broke badly Just before noon today. ,- in all 57 points as the result of mi ng rumors which reached broker it Washington and elsewhere. The re , - u crc promptly denied and the market k'x rallied. T. uu.-iation of stocks generally became - , effViti e towards midday, at which ii liriK stocks were at lowest levels for i urrent movement and the general Hst -i i acute weakness. The moemeut got part of Its Impetus tr n rumors from WaahingtoB and from - vu rt f , v. hich bore upon the tense financial i a 1 1 tin. N. Y. USTED STOCKS (By Associated Press.) .Icimated Copper 64S Ai . n an Sugar Refining 19t A. Iwn CWr Copper .................. 42K ,.r i rn FadOc .....................1. iiiiK - .......... ... T41 . hv-n PartflC ..................... Si, ( non Pacific ...... ................ .-123 I ntA states Steel ?i t rii'd States Steel, Prf...............l& MONEY AND" METALS. KE1V XOKK MARKKET. (By Associated Press). vii Tork. May 1. Mercantile paper, fi . i in dollars, 36. rrment bonds, weak. hi r m,i bonds, -weak, l it. loans, firm: (0 day. 25i3: 3 l , -j 3U. six months. HJi-.. money. Arm; Uca. 2"n; low. 2; rul i i rdTe. 2. topper firm: Electrolytic. 19.; casting. 1 "ftlSTo Tin. quiet and nominal; flve ten lots, in "0S44.0. Iron steady: No. 1 Northern. l.StlS.K: N .. lt.2StJU.7S; No. 1 Southern, lit) n No. 2 Soothern. 13.7St)lL25 l..art Qttlet: 4.17494.22. Spelter, neglected, no quotations. London Metals Markets. London. Ens-. May It. The London met s - market closed as follows. Lead. 20. sit. dt. Spelter. f2. Spot copepr. 7. sit: f stares, 1st. dlS. Spot tin. fl5. sit: futures, fit. AnUmony. f791tt. TOE LOCAL tM-TT. Mexican currency. 12M. . . Mexican pesos (El Paso buying price) 25c carranxa currency. 6: Chihuahua cur reney, a1. 1 Paso Smelter Quotation. (Corrected Dally.) Bar sliver (Handy & Harmon quota- t 1 i ill London lead. 2, St. d2. Pig lead. 4 St C pper wire bars. 18.55. Nevs Brevities (Advertisement.) Train Bulletin. 1 .fternoon and night trains for t . jn- reported on time. Insurance Jtefnnd. ' T'a-o s good fire record for the 1 -' thr. e ears entitles policy holders li. 11 within the city limits to a. 1 i ent rebate on all policies written ti- t January 1, 191a. on . count of the large volume of 1 u. 'ess I find it impossible to make . 1! rt 1 .ties at once, but I wish to assure Tin lustomers that they will receive their refund as soon as the clerical t or it can be done, and therefoie ask the.r indulgence. In behalf of my companies I would thank our very efficient Fire Depart Tuent and the insuring public for con tributing towards El Paso's low loss T.UIO. Horace B. Stevens. Insurance & Real Estate, Mills Bldg. Aafc for Surety Bond Roofing at your hardware dealer or Lander Liunber Co. CharRcd "With Carrying Gun. Complaint was filed in the county 'ourt Monday morning against -ftdolfa Martinez, charging him with unlawfully i.trrng a pistoL Martinez was ar rested by the police Sunday. Dr. Jamieson, diseases of Kidney, Blad der. Skin -ad Rectum. 61S Alills Bids. Hotel Clerk Sentenced. or York, May 10. Frank D. Saf- X f . i a. hotel clerk convicted of perjury in connection with the SsO.eoS breach of promise case of Miss Rae Tanzer . gainst Jame vV. Osborne, was sen t need today in federal court to nine months' imprisonment and fined 3L. Phone 67, Wilson MlUican, the best clearer- White work a specialty. Smeltinc Official Dies. Duier, Colo., May If Franklin Omurman. general supeintendent of th mencan Smelting and Refining npan. Colorado department, died Sundae at his home in New Tork city. a' cording to word received here by PUZZLE ' V r 1 X ind two fnns. YNSWER TO SlTlHUlVl FIZZLE. Right side down In man's bod. HUB FEATURE GRfi Trading Is Active But Trend of Prices Irregu lar; Frovisions Firm. Chicago. III. May 1. Unusual nervous ness and rapid changes In price today char- acterised the wheat market. Trading was i aeaaeaiy kcutc Aiier opsins inc ww to Sc higher, prices advanced well above Saturday night's level all around, but later suffered a material general break. The close was unsettled at to lUc net decline. Corn swayed with wheat. After opening c off to 34 to Sc up, a moderate ad vance was scored and then a sag ensued. The close was fairly steady at c off to fe to 4c up, compared with Saturday night. Oats, like corn, had no Independent actioa. Provisions showed firmness. Grain and Provisions. Chicago Grains. Clote. Wheat May. 1.52: July. L2. Corn May, 71: July. 7tX. Oats May. 51. July. 51. Chicago I'raiMoiM. dose. Pork July. J7.ti; Sept., lg-JS. Lard July. S7. Sept., S S. Ribs July, lt.5t: Sept.. It. 75. UVESTOCK. Chicago Livestock. Cloe. Chicago. I1L. May It Cattle Recta. 15. ttt; market steady. Native beef steers. S6.6. tt: western steers, S5.S507.7t: calves, SCSt9.45. Hogs Rects. 2S.ttt: market, strong. 5a above Saturday's average: bulk. S7.M497.5S: heavy. Stt07.5t. pigs. S5.2S49t.tt. Sheep Recta. lLttt: market strong. Sheep S7.tlyS.S, lambs. J8.25tvlt.34. Kansas City Livestock. Cloe. Kansas City. Mo, May It Cattle Reds. Sttt: market higher. Frime fed steers, S8.2S etlS: western steers, S7.tttrS.2S; calves. t( tt01t.25. Hoes Recta lt.ttt; market higher: bulk. S7 25C7.25, heavy. S7.257.S5: pigs, SC760 7.25. Sheep Reots. lt.ttt: market higher. Lambs. SS-Sttlt St: yearUngs. 7.25S.:S. Fort Worth Livestock. Close (By Zelger Hotel). Cattle Rects. 7ttt. including lltt through. Beef steers strong, active: top. S7.50; bulk. $7.t?7.2S Cows steady. S3.5t4)t-5t. Hetf ers steady. SS-tt4)7.5t. Bolls Itc higher. S5.St0C.tt. Calves. S5.250S.2S. Stockers steady: steers. SC.2507.tt: cows. Jt.Stt S.25: heifers. SS.tt07.tt: calves. S5.tt07.5t. Hogs Rects. 2ttt. cloeed ltc higher; top. S7.52H: bulk. S7.tt07.25. Sheep Rects. 7t. ltc higher. Spofford slipped, SI lbs.. $7 It; Ft. Stockton t lb. lambs. S5t; clipped wethers ltt lbs.. SS.S5: goats t2 Iba. SS tt: KerrvUle clipped wethers and ewes i- lbs., J7.lt. K.XSAS CrTV rRODCCX. CLOSE. Kansas City. Mo.. May It. Butter Creamery. 27. firsts, 25: seconds, 2S; pack ing. 17fe- Eggs Firsts. 17: seconds. IS. roultry Hens, 14. roosters. It; turkeys, IS NEW TORK COTTON. CLOSE. New Tork. May It. Cotton Spot Quiet Middling uplands, 9.t; sales, 2ttt. Piano Clearance Sale On at -Bllllnca. Do vou really want a. genuine piano bargain? Make your selection eajly. 1428 East Boulevard, or phone 1ST for our car. Billlncs Piano Co. Adv. officials of the company. Death, It was stated, was caused by pneumonia. Mr. Guiterman was widely knjwn as a mining engineer and had been active In the development of Colorado coal and mineral resources for more than 3 years. Or. A. T. still Osteopathic Infirmary. Dr. Ira tV. Collins, physician In chief: Dr. M. Alklre. lady specialist: Dr. Carl MJtbson, 261 W. Missouri street. They pured otners. xney can euro you. Dr. Hurley, 319 Herald Bldg. Diseases of children, and nervous troubles. El Faso Distilled Water Co, Ph. 4S9. Dives lo Street; May Live. Pocatello. Idaho. May 10. In the presence of a large number of jdes triane. B. F. Coleman of Salt Lake Sunday leaped headforemost from a railroad viaduct in the heart of the city to the street, 40 feet below. Al though mangled and unconscious. Cole man is said to have a chance fir re covery. . Dr. Cameron, dentist, 02 Rob.-Ban. Bldg. Dr. Ebert. dentist. S16-S1S Mills Bldg. Dr. Anna Ream, Buckler Bldg, over Elite. Advice To the Lovelorn By Beatrice Fairfax. TRY TO REGAIN HIS IXTEUEST. Dear Miss Fairfax: A young man I had met at a frien s house had been calling on me for four months. About a month aso I made some sarcastic remarks. He did not re sent them at the time and made an other appointment with me. -which he did not keep. Since that time I have not seen him or heard from him. 1 would like to apologize, but as it is such a long time since I am at a lass to know what to do. M. S. It was b no means courteous of the young man to pay you back in your own coin. Yon had no right to make him the victim of your mood, but it was far worse for him to fail to keep his appointment However, if in spite of this you feel a desire for his friend ship write him a pleasant little note and invite him to call. You might say that jou missed him and are sorry If PICTURE innppFRqTnnscq UUI I L.E1 U I UUiVU ! K: SHIBKiSS, Market Monday Irregular; Copper Demand Con tinues Very Heavy. Copper stocks cpenea weak in New Tork Monday and failed to rally during the morn- :ng Hours, according to advices to tlrnw Manning Co. Mocks and bonds. First Na- tlonal bank building. Miattuck and C. A. Off. Calumet & Arizona was ott and by noon was at t. Shattuck at 2J, was also one of the stocks that lost strength during the morning session. The market generally was Copper exports for the week ending May tth were 7t28 tons, an increase of S29 tons over me same perroa o Base year. Copier Demand strong. The Utah Copper Co. ia said to have sold Its entire output for the next six months ., .,. . Tk. .n.. rr th metal conUnues strong with a large foreign demand- Copper Stock Quotations. The following wire qootattOBS. furnished by Curtiss.ManmnN Co., give the closing prices: Anaconda. .... 2 Amalgamated .................... . C4 Cfaino ................................ '. m 1 Shattock ............................. 24 Inspiration 27H (Sreene-Cananea SS Utah Copper SI7 New Cornelia. S United Verde Kitension JU Calumat &. Ariaova 52 Miami .- 2i Ray Consolidated 2l. The market was slightly stronger at the close. any thoughtless words of yours have hurt him. X THE 5LVN WAS RUDE. Dear Miss Fairfax: A young woman with a friend was riding home from business one eve ning. A business acquaintance of the young man's happened to come into thi car, and immediately both men engaged in conversation purely business ig noring the young woman, which natur ally caused her to feel embarrassed. Was the young woman justified in feeling insulted on nqt being Intro duced? The oung man savs "no that such introductions are neither neces sary nor proper. G. C lt is never courteous for any one to start a conversation with a newcomer and ignore the presence of a previous companion. If this business acquaint ance of the young man was of such a sort that he could not be introduced to the girl he should not have been al lowed to absorb her escort's attention. However, this was merely a mistake in judgment and is not worth quarrelling about. BE PATinNT. Dear Miss Fairfax: I am seventeen and working. My parents never allow me to go out, say ing that they never went out when they were young. I can't make them under stand that times have changed. I could go out if I did it in an under hand way. but I don't like to do that and I don't care to "run around to all sorts of places R. R. Suppose you suggest to your parents that if they will allow you to go out two evenings a week you will come in by 11 o'clock and that you will be glad always to tell them where you are going and to have them meet your friends. If they will not agree to this be patient and wait. It Is really better and more wholesome for a girl of your age to live a. quiet life without the artificial stimulation of the city. LISTEN TO lOUIt PARENTS. Dear Miss Fairfax: I am eighteen and still at - nooL A man of 21 has told roe he loves me and asked me to wait three years so be can save a little money before we marry. My parents do not approve of him. Father says that he did rot do the right thing by coming to me. He earns SIX. Mother sas I am too young to love anyone. My parents I v that th.v will rn.t anvthln vnn ' say that they will respect anything you say. A Constant Reader. Y'ou could npt have wiser counselors than your parents. I do not believe in long engagements and think IS too youthful an age to choose a life's partner. The young man's present wage does not justify him thinking of marriage. Evidently you are one of those splendidly fortunate girls who have parents with whom they can dis cuss their affairs Don't see this youth too frequently and keep on a basis of friendship. INVITE 1IIJ1 TO DINNER, Dear Miss Fairfax: A friend of my husband's went to considerable trouble in developing and printing pictures for me, and I -would like your advice as to what way I could show my appreciation fcr his kindness -without creating any feeling on any side. Will you kindly suggest some inexpensive token to send ii pay ment of the same. V. D. X. Why not invite this thoughtful friend to dinner? It would be in 'very good taste to offer him the hospitality of your home, and in equally poor taste to try to make any payment eveji with a gift. I'Inno Clearance Sale On at BHUnes." Do ou really want a genuine piano bargain' Make your selection early. 142 East Boulevard, or phone 167 for our car. Billings Plnno Co, Adv. Answers to Herald Ads. A. 32 P. It A. 1S4 & 2ST A. 338 & T. A. J. B. T. 23 A. 2 V. SS B. W. STT D. W. IS D. 1S1 w. -vr. F. 35 K. Si K. ltt Y. 32 L. St T. Stt UK Z. 313 X. 13 Z. 31 X. 15 Rooming II SOS c O. 154 CaWornta. o ltt Buyer P. 184 32t P. 211 Ph. 4JS2 W. P. 2 Lost ed Fount?. LOST In Sunset Heights, bunch of 17 keys. Reward. Phone 1817. ' FOUND A grip. Owner may have same by describing property and paying for this advertisement. Phone 2723. LOST An all metal watch fob with, blue lodge Masonic charm attached. Phone 188 or leave at 10S Texas St. for reward. ; Persona!. WANTED Lace curtains to wash. Ph. 1S7S. AILEEN BERG'S preparations at Ryan's. SPIRELLA Corsets. Mrs. Hulett. Ph. 3672. YOUNG ARMY MAN wishes advanced Esg Uah lessons. Write A 32S. Herald. WANTED Address of Randolph Thomsan (carpenter) or news of him by his sister. R D. 1, box 372. ML Washington. Mo. SPANISH GENTLEMAN who writes and speaks correct Spanish desires to exchange conversation with American who speaks and writes good English. Coffee MUL 72 S. Stanton. EYES EXAMINED. I do not charge for examining eyes for glasses. My examination Is the most thor ough and comprehensive examination that an be made. There Is no waste of time, no fskery. hot when completed the exami nation will give results not obtainable iWewhere Then I grind lenses to correct i lie 'efi l n and th.v are ahi-olute!) tjr rci t Geo. II. Kendall. 20S Mea vc. Jl k L,las;;s r-sUt. i Special Notice. j$2S LEATHER COUCH for 1S Bait Fura. to. Zl. K- ManiDiL I none vis. ANS. BOOK delivered for less than regular prlre een school books. Write P. J. An drews. 2SJS Nashville St.. El Paso. HE 1IAVB THE BEST FACILITIES In El Paso for writing Fidelity and Surety bonds. Douglas C CrowcII Armey. tS Mllla Bid?. Phone 57S. MEXICAN CLAIMANTS American citizens haing claims afralnst Mexico for damages inflicted by revolBtionarles. are invited to cooperate with us for Joint action. Give full details of your claim. Write X. 2S7. Herald. 1MIITB KHING MACHINE office Is still at 225 S. Stanton. H. L. Stewart Furniture Co. "We carry repairs for every known make For rent. Phone 631. . ,.,.., virnvvR iitmrrrr Al-TIIMOB ILU JJIPL OYLRS LIAniLITl. AND WORKMf S. COMIENbATION i . , J"."- CL . I All losses adjusted here. Get our rates ; before Insuring. DouglM C. Crowell Agency, ! ; Mills Bldg. Phone . I CloudcToft Announcement. ; ilul Ul.l&tir l luii.iurj lor reoL jaoa- ern furnished cottages on Chipmunk Ave. I phone 542 mornings. - - , ;; IN CLOCDCROFT For sale or rent. "Wood- CLOIDCKOFT COTTAGE for rent. Mod- ' row" cottage. rooms, hath and 2 toilets. See P. W. Still with IL B. Stevens. Mills Bldg.. or phone SC5L CLOUDCKOFT COTTAGE Sale or rent. Slttt. or In part trade for city bungalow, or rent S125 the season. Phone evenings, 53S J Business Chances. Kolt SALE Restaurant, ton. ! N. Stan- FOB SAI.E General long lease: located at merchandise store. ;tl S. El Paso St. WANTED Partners with capital to develop copper, gold and silver mines. See O. C Vasquex. 4tt S. Ochoa. room No. 8. FOR SALE CHEAP One store building and store houses at Hatch, N. M. IL A. Thomp son. Nutt. N. M. GOOD PAVING KESTAUBANT must be sold this week at sacrifice. See owner at ltsi K. Overland St. FOR SALE Best known restaurant In Doug las, doing good business: owner has other business, no reasonable offer refused. P. O. box 1SS. Douglas. Ariz. FOR SLE Good manufacturing business of made In El Paso products, now paying ltt percent net profit. For particulars ad dress Z. 31t. Herald. FOR BENT, LEASE OR SALE Garage on Borderland route and Sunset Short line. Ben son. Aria Parties must have money to stock same. Address box 52. Benson. Ariz. OWNER WILL BUILD substantial, or ever, fireproof building. 1 or more stories and basement, to cover lot Ctx78 at N. W. corner of Anthony and old San Antonio Sts, to suit tenant, on 5 year bonded lease. Phone 5S18. COMPLETE MOVING PICTURE SHOW at RoswelL N. M-. value SI Stt. to trade for El Paso lota, houses, autos. horses, or any thing good. There is an excellent chance to make a lot of money out of thia show dur ing the summer months. Loeis O. Howell. 202 Herald Bide. FOR SLK Drug store equipment, excellent condttlen. large and small show cases: RX partition and shelving, at a bargain. When you want store fixturea see Winner Jt Kemper, Lighting and Store Fixtures of All Kinds. 2t Herald Building. Financial. WILL BUY good first or second vender lien notes or loan money on city or valley real estate. Sit First Nat'l. Bank Bldg. PERSONAL NOTES for sale at liberal dis count: strictly firstclass paper: will stand Investigation. Write X, 2S5. Herald. WanteJJep Male BOY WITH WHEEL wants work. Ph. 4 J 12. WISTERIA CAFE. 314 San Antonio St. good place to eat at reasonable prices. DRIVER-SOLICITOR for tailoring eatabiii ment. 417 Texas. WANTED Firstclass wash man. Right Way Laundo. 4t2 Texas St. WANTED Experienced bookkeeper who can handle typewriter, one with kreawledge of Spanish preferred. Write B. 34. Herald. WANTED Competent bookkeeper, qnick an,a rate. "tate salary expected: give references, bond necessary. Address B. St. care Herald. ABLE BODIED MEN, good eyesight, for firemen and hrakemen. 312t monthly: ex perience unnecessary: promotion to engineer or conductor. 315t-2t. Write Railway, care Herald. WANTED Men young and old from ont of city to learn the barber trade and accept positions in small towna Impossible to get dty barbers for those positions, although the wages art good. Write for particulars today. Holer Barber College. Ft. Worth, Texas. Help Wanted Agents. WANTED 2 or 3 hustling solicitors, men or women, who possess honesty, ability and energy, to work on salary or eommissioa. Call at room 3:9 Trust Bldg. El Paso, be tween 12-St and 1 St. or between 5 and 7 p. m He!pyarited Fernale WANTED Experienced woman for general housework references required. Ph. 273. WANTED Dining room girl at 417 N". El Pa-'O St WANTED Girl to answer phone. Montana Grocery and Market. Apply WANTED A girl for general housework to take care of children: must stay Bights. Apply 1317 X. Kansas. WANTED Firstclass woman to work at Normandy hotel: good steady place. Phone 2451. San Antonio and CampbelL LADY BOOKKEEPER , aad stenographer wanted at once for real estate office. Hawkins Broe. WANTED American woman or settled young girl in prliate home to do light housework and care for children; no cooking; room furnished. Phone 5422. Situations Wanted Male WANTED Housecleanlng. Phono 2t8S W. WANTED Window s to clean. Phone 1174. COLLARD cleans windows and walls. Ph. (275. FOR PHO.MPT ATTENTION" in odd carpen ter jobs call 75 V JOB HORK neatly, promptly, reasons My done: references. G. A Jacksoa. pboae 44SC CHAUFFEUR, 23 years of age. careful drlver and mechanic, wife nurse, wishes position. Write W. P. Herald. I'O-ITION by middle age American thor- ougniy competent witn horses; win room, board and small compensation. Ad Bress room 227, Angelus Hotel, city. WANTED Position by firstclass engineer t and pomp man. make own repairs; age 34: sooer. speaas spanlsn. tj. A. B, No 5 Grand Canal, Venice. Calif. WANTED Situation as Janitor or night watchman hv reliable rafoullMred married man. hanriv with iaaIm- rrfmm. UiImm Janitor, (tt N. CampbelL WANTED Position by experienced ebaut meur; prefer private family, am American, have had experience in repair shop. Ad dress p O. H-. care Herald. YOUNG MAN. age 22. good health, desires position in hank: 1H years experience; will ing to begin at a board and lodging salary: good references. Address J. P. Boggs, Tu cumcart. X. M Situation Wanted Female LADY STENOGRAPHER, 5 years experi ence, wishes employment at once; references. P. O. box Its. EXPERIENCED bookkeeper and stenogra pher desires position June 1st- would leave city; references. Write A 47. Herald. WIDOW with j ear old baby, good cook. uants permanent position out of city M B c-r. of Herald GRMH T1 TKlrilKK ml- p..-iti7n is 1111 1 .t 1 h .r uith parties tnv.line: tan I a Ii iru u.u-.i. V rae A 4., II- rj 0. Situations Wanted Female i WILL CAKE for children at my home or nill go out by day or hour Phone AVIX M EXPERIENCED stenographer desires tem porary or permanent office work. Writ X. rs. care Herald. , Wanted to Rent M ANTED To rent 5 room bungalow close 'In 111 take lease. Phone 44. i WANTED 8 or It room furnished house, desirable location. Write B. Stt. Herald. J WANTED TO RENT 2 or S unfurnished housekeeping rooms, walking distance. Ph. I Edmondson SS4J W. ' ... . i.i.... .. VL'ltWf, eill'l'l ka ehtl dren. furnished house for summer or longer; moderate rent. Write A. 32S. Herald. HKALTIIV CIIL'I'LK with 6 year child desire 4 or 5 room furnished bunBralow wlthin walking distance by May 29: will take best care. Write A338 Herald. WANTED By 2 adults, small unfurnished apartment or housekeeping rooms with pri vate bath, close In. references exchanged. Phone 4713. WANTED By couple by the lSth, house keeping room with connecting sleeping porch in walking distance: must be reason able and clean, private family. Write B. 34. Herald. Wanted Automobile. WANTED Automobile to store In business center onoosite Del Norte hotel. S5 per month. See Bob Hilgartner. Mgr. El Paso Auto and Taxi lines lit W. San Antonio St. JVajtedReaiEsjate WANTED Two or more Iota In Military Heights, part cash, part trade. Inquire 411 K. Overland, city. Wanted Board and Rooms. FIRST CLASS room and board for two ladies. Write particulars, S. T, Herald. WANTED By young business man. room and board with private family to have a chance to practice English, give details In answering Y. 32t. care Herald. Wanted iuiseeu'aneoiis. WANTED TO BUY One or two second hand plate glass floor show cases. 5 to ft. long. Address 322 Mills or phone 22(2. VI ANTED Scrap brass, scrap zinc and scrap copper Will pay highest market price. Her man Block A Co Ph. 5433. JOS E. Blvd. For Rent Houses Famished. NICELY furnished modern cottage. Pi 5383 between 7 a. m. and C p. m. 3 ROOM furnished house, sleeping porch. Highland Park. Phono 474. FOR RENT to nermanent uortv. attractive I and new 5 room home, either completely or I ONE SLEEPING BOOH partly furnished. 1I Roosevelt. Fh. 5S12. 1 Phone 5483. FOR RENT 2 room furnished cottage. -.leening porch and bath. SIC Inoutre 5t7 J Octa ia. FOR RENT or furniture for sale, S room bouse la good neighborhood. Ph. 247 W. or 28t3. FOR RENT i room furnished cottage, batii. electric lights, gas; block from Hlghlana Park car. Phone lCtC FOR RENT Four room house. Furni ture for sale. Apply 310 B. Boulevard. Phone 6697. 2 ROOM COTTAGE, Highland Park, fine steeping porch, closets, l block cars. Sll also 4 furnished housekeeping rooms, lnouire 13 Gold. Phone 3757 J. For Rent Honse Unfurnished. FOR RENT 6 room honse at lltl Wyom Ing. Ph. HIS after 3 p. m. FOR nBNT 1 room cottage, modern, close in. Ph. 2713. FOR RENT unfurnished, new five room bungalow, near Country club. Phone 114. FOR RENT Strictly modern 4 room bungs- low with sleeping porch, on main road near Uiuhltietnii Pmrlt Pne Infimniiiiin Th 1A Mil C N OWN a beautiful home by paying I ome caeh down and a little mm Meh month than you are now paying for rent. 1 or yon can rent ont a nart of house and sur I the same or less amount than yon are bow ( paying en your own property. Instead of j someone a else. The honse la question is a - iunj ooo oi class on jsontana. Bargain price For particulars see uuiip, ituu ,unn i jiarr lo. 34 San Antonio. Phone 4SSS. For Rent -Apartments Furnished. ' 3 ROOM AIT. 138 N. Oregon. FURNISHED AFT. StS N. KanaaZ FURNISHED APTS. Ill W. Boulevard. FOR RENT Flat, close in. Phone 2tt7. FIRNIMIED APTS. S35 and up. Pa. SSIS. THE DWYER High location. Phone 4Stt. IIOlsEKEEPING APTS. S5 rooms L Ph. 4lt TUfl RfKIU fnMit fnmlal .k, C -Q Missouri BEAUTIFULLY furnished apt. la Sunset Heights. Phone SS73. 3 ROOM AIT, private bath, walking dis tance. Phone (485. GEORGETTE AITS. -bath 711 N. Stanton. kltchoaet. NICE SMALL APT, Montana. stuping porch. 43 ONE furnished and two untarnished flats for rent, dose In. Apply H. B. Stevens or phone 524C RULO APARTMENTS 3 rooms, kitchenet. bath aad sleeping porches. Cad Sit Wyom ing. Phone 1S2S . BEAUTIFULLY furnished modern ( apartment. This can't be beat. Address Permanent, care Herald. FOR RENT. FIsK AITS. Small apartment. shower bath, hot water all hours; furnished or nnmrmsneo Klsk-Ramsey Realty Co. ONE LEFT Fennell Apia, private bath, hot wer. Ideal for 2. 712 X. Santa Fe, or piivnv Hii mornings or alter a p. m. A NEW BUNGALOW AIT, newly furnished. 4 rooms, sleeping porch, will rent to. re sponsible parties very reasonable. 1215 Ange. No. 4. RIVERVIEW AIT.: and 4 room fur nished and unfurnished, private bath, sleep ing porch, hot and cold water. 75 W. Main St. EXCELLENT HOUSEKEEPING APTS. Cool and pleasant, garage: phone, summer rates and other cooveniencea: none but re sponsible parties accepted, Referencea. Ph. 32 FURNISHED AIT. of 2. 2 or 4 rooms, with large acreeneu-ln sleenlns- noreh: baa lars-. fCi..;.'r..". 'SL"0 SSmLS"Sn- , . x .., ..... iw. '- For Rent Apartment Uafnrnisned. I ALEXANDRIA APTS. Phone 5424. I UNFURNISHED APT. In the Montana. PhT j (553 M For Rent Housekeeping Room Furnished. i3 OR 4 BOOMS for honseke-enlntr Ph ?10 I ,T.. ... HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS ltl5 K. Overland I HOUSEKEEPING and bedrooms. 512 Myrtle. H.kpg. and Fur.. 11. St wk. up. 417 H EL Over. TWO FRONT housekeeping rooms, no chil dren. StS X Stanton. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, dose in. 51 Mesa. Phone 43L FURNISHED Urge room wtth' kitchenet. 1324 Magoffin. THREE Ught housekeeping rooms for reatT Stt Mesa. FOR RENT; famished rtam: tl XoMe. Phone 2(57 FURNISHED housekfan- swtte. StS X. Rl fl ITKM-IIKll rooms for rent I fin Phoni- 6tv( Sll Magof- I SINGLE li-ukeeping room.. Slo and Si . 1' K n-- Mil. COOI llMltM-k 1 fe -1 t-1 '1 ii r". ii for rent, ' 1". -. 1 JLit rj rl pti a' (.. 11 E t't-r-- -1 1 ' j ill X ureg n. '- ' For Rent Housekeeping Room Furnished. THREE nicely furnished housekeeping rooms, no children, tit N. Kansas. NICE COOL ROOM with kitchenet. also single room. 4t8fr Wyoming. Phone 457L FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms and one sleeping room. 714 N. Campbell. HOUSEKEEPING and also nice bedrooms 127 N Florence. NICE housekeeping rooms, elate in. Phone C3t5 W. TIIHKE large sleeping porch. cool Stt N. i Tl O housekeeping rooms. S5.S per week: bath, telephone. 55M J. Tit O furnished cottage. Phone Sltt. IIOtbBKEKPING BOOMS for rent. N. campbelL fl5H T O FRONT Phone 33SC. light TWO nicely furnished cool housekeeping rooms, private family. Ml TWO OUTSIDE ROOMS for housekeeping In private family, no children. 14t7 K. Boule vard. Phone 74 S. TWO ROOMS, sleeping porch, pantry: sick or children: referencea exchanged. N. Stanton. no St5 TWO ROOMS and kitchenet. also one room, kitchenet and sleeping porch, newly fur nished, for light housekeeping. Ph. 5124. 1..1I, C7.t. (nMilduJ ... tin , furshed, on Blvd, t blocks from South western snops. ail eia .. rwreM-c. FOR RENT S pleasant and complete ly furnished house keeping rooms, gas range, telephone, bath, private family. No sick, no child ren 821 E. Blvd. For Rent Housekeeping Room Unfurnished. FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms. It) N Oregon St- Phone 353. For Rent Room Frirnished. AIRY FRONT ROOMS 21T Arizona. ROOMS 2.5t week. 4t84 Oregon. NICE CLEAN ROOMS 71 N. Kan ROOM and sleeping porch. Phono S7t. MODERN dean 417 N. LARGE front bedroom. SIT N. Kt Fuml.hed Room. St X. Oregon. Ph. 52(2. FOB RENT Large cool room. Phone 27S7. NICELY furnished room. Brasos No. S. Call mornings. MfKI.V fnrniahed room im nrivate family. ' 121 s Texas. -Tit San Antonio. ; IIELMAR ROOMS 417 N. Stanton, m. v- ter. free baths. Stc SI nay. 32-f op wkly. BEAUTIFULLY furnished room with bath In the Brazos. Phono SSS4. ROOM Close in. private home. 34)1 W. Rio Grande. Phono ltSt. BEDROOM for rent, hot and cold running water. Sts N. Oregon. FCONT BOOM. 2 windows, running hot and cold water, summer rates. 34H Myrtle. THE KENNARD (JSV, N. Oregon. Cool room IFOR RENT Nicely tarnished room la pri vate nome. gooa ooara x otocx. xn. ezvs. LARGE BEDROOM with steeping porch, suitable for two. Stt N. El Paso. FOR RENT Room with adjoining bath, tor gentlemen . walking distance- Phono tSSL ,,,..K,rvi7ntx.s. k 1 ii Jtc Xfwe tie Vhon &BCC FAlETTE ROOMS CHEAP Close Is. 21 ! ' St- Phone 173t. ' vfiii rfat mi room in nrtvata family for lady 807 X- Florence. Phone 23C 5. . NICE BOOH Hot water, lights, bath. Ph. i 218L ' rsii;x,L.i lurnisneu room counecieu vim bath. 7tt Arizona. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room. I SS per month: smelter ear line. Ph. 242. XP Iuix' -Furnished room. 54)5 f awwa- FOR RENT Small, nicely furnished room. cloee In StS N. El Paso. Phone 2141 FOR RENT Nicely furnished room c'ose in. north side, private family. Phone 3242. COOLEST front room In town with bath con necting, private family. Phone 184S J NICELY furnished front room, summer rates. Phone 235. 71t Mesa. FURNISHED ROOM, private famll). 13 Nevada. FOR RENT Otto alcely tarnished room, close In. oa north aide. Phono 443. LARGE; cool front rooms with sleeping porches. 1115 N. Stanton. Phone Sits W. ONE LARGE front room for gentlemen. 712 Magoffin. Phone IM7. SOUTHEAST corner room. 5 minntes walk from pootoffice: hot water all hours. 45 E. Missouri. St. Reds Apt. X4. ORNTLKMAN WANTED to separate beds. At (23 N. XI Paso St. Phone 114 Bachelor Apts. ARLINGTON HOTEL Summer rates, rooms J! per week an. 322 H Sen Aatonkx ph. (387. FOR RENT Largo front room, aicely fur nished: conveniently located: close In. 715 Myrtle. Phone 34. THE TEXAS TAVERN. Modern rooms, service, comfort, conveni ence: summer rates. 315 W. Missouri. FOR RENT Largo east front room In pri vate home, adjoin bath: 15 minutes walk ! north from postofflcc Phone tlt7 W. I - For Rent Room Unfurnished. J TWO unfurnished rooms. 1123 E Overlan.1 ! FOR KENT 3 Urge unfurnished ruomi Phone 412S For Rent Room and Board. NICE ROOMS and board. ROOMS AND BOARD Strictly Ursulas. Mrs. f F Lean. 331 W. Missouri. REAITIFI l.l.V furnished room, board if de sired. 713 N Oregon. ROOM AND BOARD S3 month, good hon.-. cooking. SIS Mesa. SELECT BOARD at reasonable rate. 313 Xontina. Phone ((SS W. BOARD AND ROOM Flrateiaas prices: t reasonable Phone CS72. 1 NFAL'S, 312 MESA Phono StlT. i Ftru-tlr untodate. Table firs WANTED Two gentlemen to roosa together, will board, nice cool room. 11 R. El Paso. FURNISHED ROOMS with sloe plug and board. 121 N. Oregon. Phone ROOMs -H1TH BOARD Ml JC. l'none 822(. FOR CONVALESCENTS Room, board and sleeping porch in home of graduate nurse Phone (2 J. NICE ROOM with board, privilege of sleep ing porrn. suitable tor 2 gentlemen. 03 ' Santa Fe. BOARD AND ROOMS for limited number of young men or couples; best board in nt for desirable people, large, airy rooms, bath. and sleeping porches: no sick. Address 1207 Arizona. Phone 453. For Rent Store: and Office. LIGHT, airy offices for rent la Herald Bldg. FOR RENT Good store building suitable for any business, located near new portofflr-e station A Apply next door to new post office orphone S243. For Rent Miscellaneous. FOR KENT Fire proof Karaec 515 W Rio Grande Ph 2242. FOR KENT Ho'el. IS rooms, completely furr -.hed pn! to S Kotosk r-irh Rolls. N M 'FOR Kl.NT-Mri. r... n .J oo!v Ponitry and Pet Stock FOR ALK Turkey eggs. Phon Z TllOHOL'OHBHED Belgian Mrf I h GCAKANTKEII fresh eggs. 4 Uoa-n f Phone Ttll. MTTIXH KGGS Sheppard strain. Thoroughbre i Phone 41. -ITTING K41GS 1 r- roughbred A heavy winter iaer 4- t sitting T' THOROUGHBRED 1.1 Island 1. for hatching Phir ..! BAKRKD KOCKS bel, ted hat h SI for 15 Phone 47 r. J 1410 AT : 1 INDIAN HLNNEbIh C KS Wh :e ii White Wyandotte. Bjrre i Rock -it s Phone S80J J S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS, baby chi. X3 t per hundred eirg SI per 15. S3 p"r 1 ired. Little rlenJa. Poultry Riiii-a. L Ing. N. M ! HATCHING EGGS fr. in trapne-fd ' ( egg record Rarrea and White Rot is I ery after May 10 S3 per 15. two iiu eg , sanitary Farm. San Antonio. N. 31. FHE ARIBt7eTbABY CHICKS, Ur el ltt. S14. Two varieties. 2te. 15 eggs. ! Sl.St. ltt. 5 and SS. Stock. SI up Try Measday Poultry Farm. Alpine. Tet Dogs, For Sale, Wanted, Etc WANTED Good watch dog. Address J Buckler. Tsleta. Texas. For Sale Motorcycles. TWIN INDLVN Fine tandem, burn g 4 tire, cheap Phone 5843 t For Sale Vesicles. FOR SALE 2 spring wagon. tavia. WAGON for sale. equipped for traveling; and le. Phone 4S13 W. GOOD WAGON' horses and harness sale cheap. 37 S. 1-.1 Paso SL FOR 2.ALH Good delivery wagon a tw gala If taken at once. Apply at Lf Grocery Co. For Sale Pianos. FINK TLNO. Concert Grand, cheap t trade for lots or automobile Phrne .." FOR SALE Mason Hamlin parlor gan. suitable for Sunday school. 2713. Dressmaking. SEWING BY DAY Phone 4610 SEWING BY TUB DAY Phone 535 ST BUTTONS COVERED Angelas c r H ki 3Ir. Ctom, Dieasiualring Ph. 1484 W ei g DHK&bHAKING Vi ork guaranteed. Renfro. Phone t43? J 1L- TIVh.af TTXT (si ' El Paso. Pb as I C1S5 W. DRESSMAKING and remodeling. Mrs. Wt,A Phono 3 W. DRESSMAKING Reasonable, or will sew 1 day. Phone 7tlt J. Mrs. Newbrough. PLAIN and fancy dressmaking. T12 N Santa Fe. Apt. 7. Miss Fowler Ph 43 ! l ' WANTED Embroidery work of tl L infant clothes and underwear a -pec a. prices reasonable, guarantee satifat i Phone C182 J KA1LR0AD AND AUTOMOBILE TIME 1ABLES. All -rata arrive and depart from L'-uoa station, foot of San Francisco street. A arrivals and departures given in Ei Paso or mountain standard time. SANTA FE. For Albuquerque. Denver. Chicago. Lot Angolas Lv. S.5t a. m. and 8 tt p. ra. From Albuquerque, Dener. Chicago, Lea Aageleo Ar. It a. m. and 6 33 p. m. EL PASO i SOUTHWESTERN. (Western Division). For Arizona and Sonera Lv. 2 50 p. m. and 7 45 p. m. From Arizona and Soaora Ar. 7 45 a i -and 1.45 p. m. tEustern Division). For Kansas City. St. Louis and Chicago Lv. 2 p. m. and 4 45 p. m. For Tueumcan Lv. 8.45 a. m. From Chicago. St. Louis and TTwni. Ciy Ar. t.St a. m. aad 2.5 p. m. From Tuiumcari Ar. 7:15 p. m. G. IL . A. AND S. P. TRAINS. For Sua Antoate, Now Orleans and , -v .; lagton Lv. t 45 a. m. and 10 3 p. ra. From Wasatngton. New Orleans and S 3 Antonio Ar. :3 p. m, and 11p.m. for Arizona aad California Lv. Hi 1. m.. ( p. av and 1:15 p. m. From Artzoaa aad California Ar. 1 L a. 9L. 4:3 a. m. aad 1 p. m. TEX.1S PACIFIC. For Dallas and St. Louts Lv. 10. SS a. nx. S.S p. m. From St. Louis and Dallas Ar. S.30 a m.. S:5t p. m. MEXiaVN CENTRAL. For 'Aguaacalieates aad lnt&rmeI.x e poiats Lv. Juarez at S p. m. From Aguaacalieates and InterxneiLa: i poiats Ar. J dares 7 2t a. m. MEXICO NORTH WESTERN. j For Pearsoa aad intermediate poiats Lv I Juarez Mondays and Thursdays ats&n rrom I'earsun Ar. Juarez s p. zn. Wed neadays and Fridays. GLOBE TO PHOENIX. Eight hours. Via. Roosevelt die Leaves Dominion hotel. Globe, dally. S 30 a Arrive Phoenix 4:3 p. m. Fare SIS. Make reservations ra advance. GHa t alley Aato Stage Line. Globe. Aril. ItUSll XiLL-UAKKIZUZU MAIL LINL. Passenger servic leaving both Ro -we aad Carrizoxo daily aad Sunday at S a. . for Picacbo. Tinnie. Hondo, Lin-.o n. FX Stanton. Capitaa aad NogaL Through fare one way, 53.40 Intenre dlat points at Se per aille Baggage car ried up to 175 pounds. 6t pounus ftee. Excess at lc per pound, Koswetl Auto Co. Owner-t and operators. LAS CRrCES AUTO-LINE! FOR MES1LLA VALLEV POINTS. Leaves RcnM offle each week day at 3.3 p. m. Faros from SI Paso to CaautiUo 3 -. ABtn-ny , ......... L Berino T ! ldo 2 I Slesqulto L" aiesuia Park I 1 Lair Cruces ... 2f Leaves Las Cruces Drug Co. for El Pa st 1 a. m. dai'y BLACK RANGlFAlTO STAGE AND EXl'KEss LINK Paaseager service, leaving Eng.e 11 Ch ride dally except Sanday. at 7 a. m r , LK pbant Bu.te. Cuthnlo, Willow Sw i -( .ii tl Fairlen Through fare one wu S 1 Intermediate pointd. lee per mile Bg I gage carried dO pounds free, excess cents per pound. j MOGOLI.ON SILVER CITY. , Hsutjr MaH and Pangrr Autemesile Stage I Leaves SlUer I ilv 7 -o s- m.. arrive AI-- gollon 5 p. no. Leaves Slog mi o a m., arrries Si. r City Ip. u. Speeiitl car. on re.tje-t- Forwarding agen. 1 jr the Mogol.on 1 trict lie lier Oars to any point. Bennett Motor Transit Co. Siler City. N M. EX. PASO-L MESA AUTO LINE. UPPER ALLEY. WEST SIDE. HERALD DELIVERY. Loaves Herald offue each week day at 3:30 p. m rare, from El Paso to the to lowing points axe as follows: Caautiilo .... 7 j La Union store 1 1 trnamberlno .... 2-3 La Mesa 1 60 Car leav-s Ld M.-"-i for El Paso at 10 a 'ai y. Telep iyne CXI. Thompson Bros. La Mesa. N M. BIG SPRINGS. I MESA. TEN-. AITO LINE Leave Big pnuK9 daily except Surdaj 1. .0 a. m arrl. nc Latnesa via Soah 1 renberg. at 1. noon, returning to 1 a - r ng same !a .it 3 p. m. S3 aO one wu Si, (iv rouotl trip JorrflH 4 omith. Prorek. Bsc Springs, Tex. ! LIBB4ICK. -.I-ATOV T.HOkTaiTO LINE NV H HERE ANYTIME. Slatop to Tihol. t ana return . . 3" j-ii to i.u ui k -t rnrsou .. i,j II 1; ltoiltngswortR, Prop. 1! r. 1 1 s ayton Tn Hlt'KOIv 1IOTEI ANDAlTO LINE. Lncle. N. M. TV ps to F .pi . t 1 ute and Paicias . Spr ri;. Crs meet all train. I MDNAHANS-I.BAMl" FLLS l TO LInE 1 W. R. Benty. Prop. I Round inpili 11 i,v .suril 1 trv I BIEN IST STALL LINE. I AG.. p irra, I'ri p. J Rocnil lr p iet. tai.dji ULb w-y S. -j.