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EL PASO HERALD
10
Tuesday, 'May 11, 1913.
STICKS DISPLAY
HSTJEiTH
Rise Buoyantly at Opening,
Recede Moderately, and
Again Advance
TK Quotations
;.lai. May lL
reflect dosing price
H
N
TrK. May 11. Stocks roe buoyantly
opening; receded moderately dur-
t h
iuil mid-session, but turned trons'
,i n in the final trading:
Tit hree hours of unusual dullness tae
.-,.. t jrrew more active In the final tour.
merit issues and speculative favorites
. r.'oered and in some instance -went
. npning prices, imparting a etronsr
it the close.
r i t.iles of stocks amounted to $!,
N. Y. LISTED STOCKS
B sociated Press.)
York, iiay IL FoUowiui? were the
i g ;uu. lions at the N'ew York stock
im-'cf for tii stocks mentioned:
n 'gumated Copper . S
tti an Smelting and ReftntBg- 7U
thison .. 1W3
iii'j ( pper 44'
.riifrn Tacific .. 1W
iMInc - I1
jthem Pacific -..-.- 88S
P.i-ific 1254
i, -r.l Si.tl Steel 53
rte.i Slates Steel. PM !
MONEY AND METALS.
NEW TOItK MARKKET.
(By Associated Hreest.
" - York, May 11. Mercantile paper, i
i.. - (Ivor. ii.
'Vvi'jn dollars. 3Si.
iO.rnment bonds, weak; railroad bonds,
F'-.-ag
Tunc loans, steady: and 34 days, 2i 0
3 i months, 3t3.
'all money, steady; high. 2K; w. 15i;
rj'mg rate. 2.
r.pp T firm; Electrolytic, 19.; casting,
; '.bis.Ti
Tie New York metaJ exchange quotes tin
u ,..,-: fne ton lota, 4.ev4.v; 5 ton
.-tp offered at 42.t.
I ". -teady; No. 1 Northern, 14.MlS-v;
n.i ': 14.?i14.75: No. 1 Southern, 14.vo9
M.n No t Sovihern. 13.76?14.?6-
i a. quiet; 4.1704.S2.
P.fitfr (East St Loots) 12.2S.
Ixinden Metals Markets.
London, Ens- May 11 -5 The London met
t market closed as follows:
jaI 19. sl7. d to 2t. sit.
Spelter. 62.
spot copper. 14.
ntimon. 9791M.
THE IjOVAT. MARKET.
Mexican currency. 13.
Mexican pesos (El Paso buyinr prke)
:s
Oa rra n za currency e ; Chihuahua cur
ZU rao Smelter Qiotationa,
iCorrected Dai'y.)
Bar silver (Handy & Harmon quota'
fin '"'.
TV.ndon lead. T, s3, dt.
Pig lead, 4.2.
I'pper wire bars. 1&.SS.
KANSAS CITY PRODUCE. CLOSE.
Knao City, Mo.. May lL Batter
amr, T7, firsts, 25; seconds, ZZi pack
p-. 17s
.S Firsts, 17: seconds. 15.
Poultry Hens, 14; roosters. 1; turkeys. It
ADCLUB TO NOMINATE
NEW OFFICERS WEDNESDAY
Kew officers of the Ad dub will be
i on mated at the i lunch eon -meeting
dnesday at Hotel Sheldon. The club
chansred Its bylaws so that new
i ers v.ll be elected to take office
Pt it
same time- the international of-
"fi's l'-ted at the June convention
ike office.
TL T.. Sherman has announced that
h -n ill not be- a candidate for reelec
ts. n and "W- E. Mix is beta? considered
to-- tne head of the club.
T. R. H. SMITH CASE WILL
BE ARGUED ON SATURDAY
T. A Dale will go to Las Cruces
'". Saturday to argue the demurrer on
15'0 J indictments returned against
T R. Jf Smith, former president of the
First State bank of that city.
The case has been transferred to So
c rro county on a change of venue, but
tne arguments against the indictments
v- ,11 be heard in JLas Cruces.
TED M'HOLD IS ELECTED
SECItETArtV OF CBSTR1L TXIOV
TVddv McHold was elected record
ing secretary of the Central Labor
u"ioti Monday evening at the regular
verting of the body. He will take the
P'ace of William Sachs, who has been
I'l'ointed to a city position and. under
thr constitution, cannot hold a posi
t on as delegate to the central body.
McHold was one of the organizers of
the retail clerks' union.
Thomas Lanpan, of the plumbers
.on. was elected a member of the
auuiiiiiK committee oi tne union.
Mf Hold acted as secretary-treasurer
f the antral union during the time
that there was a split In the body and
two sets of meetings were being held.
IWWrRYWEV TO MARCH
TO SUM- 3IKXICO RIFI.E RANGE
ol John F. Morrison and the first
and eco:l battalions of the Sixth In
iai.ti. -with the second battalion of
ihe 16th infantry, will leave FrWay
mo. :nns fcr the government target
jjnsre in rona Ana county. X. M.
fte- they arrive CoL Omar Bundy.
ruth the first and second hattalinn. r
1!
16th infantry and the third hat-
.t!i"p of the Sixth infantry, will re
iumi to camp Cotton in' El Paso.
PUZZLE
" l he "-pnngtinic.
Find two gardeners.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PlZZLIi
Left aide down, nose at right sbunldrr.
Upper right corner donn at left nrm.
sin hket
SVIGOR
Lessening of Tension Re
garding Lusitania Inci
dent Stimulates Buying.
Chicago, 111.. May 1L Wheat today showed
decided strength, the result of general buy
ing on the part of commission houeea. Signs
of renewed export demand continued to fa
or the bulls and pit offerings were light.
There appeared to be considerable lessening
of tension in regard to the possible conse
quences of the sinking of the Lusitania.
After opening at the same as last night to
lc higher, the market scored a material
advance all around.
The close was strong at & to Cc above j
Corn took the same course as wheat.
Speculators ho sold early were soon
forced to cover. The opening, which varied
from unchanged figures, to He higher, was
followed by a moderate general upturn.
The close was stronr at IX. to 2 to Zc
net advance.
Improved domestic cat! gare. finances to
oats. Sellers were scarce.
Provisions went upgrade from the start.
The best demand, though, was from shorts.
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
Wheat May. LS7fc: July. l-SJ'.i.
Corn May, 7$: July. 78 .
Oats May. S3U; July. 13?,.
Chicago Provisions. Close.
Pork July. 15.15: Sept., 18.S2.
Lard July. 9.95: Sept., 1-17.
Bibs July, 1.S; Sept. le.M.
LIVESTOCK
Chicago Livefctock. Cloe.
Chicago. 111.. May 11. Cattle Rects. :;
market strong. Native beef steers, H.StfQ
.2S; eastern steers, J6.W)7.9B: calves. JS.S
Hogs Rects. Sett: market unsettlod. low
er to 5c higher than Monday's average ;
bulk. $7.4097.6v: lights. J7.5?7.65; heavy.
?7.W7.; pigs, u.ries.3.
Sheep Rects. 1 9,9M ; market stron g.
Sheep, S7.75S.7; UntVs. 3S.411.15.
Kansas City LlTestock- Cloe.
Kansas City. Mo.. May 11. Cattle Rects.
7; market higher. Prima fed steers.
?S.25e9.: western steers, $7-25S.2S:
stoekers and fe.oeriS.Se.JS: bulls. J5.7S
"iZTjJZ'.'S. .M-.tS." t.. w.v... v..,t
Hogs Recta. 11.: market hlghtr: bulk.
$:.3S.S7.4; heery, S;.:Ss7.SS; light, S.S
T.4S; piga, tS.7it7.:i
Sheep Recta i:.W: market strong.
Lambs. 5.61.7S; yearlings. I7.SflSJ.SS;
wethers. fI.HSS.71; ewes, JS.M.S.3.
Fort Worth livestock. Clote.
By Zelger Hotel).
Cattle Rects. 4. includios S0 calves.
Beef steers. llSe higher;, top. S7.JS:
bnlls. J5.Mt.7-38. Cows, strong; top, SS.7S;
bulk, t.5.6.:i. Heifers, steady: top, S7.M:
bulk, SS.7S.S Bulls, etrocg; top. St.:
bulk, SS.3Ses.9i. Calves, strong: top, 3S.IS:
bulk. S7.es.M. stockera, steady; steers.
S.e7.;cows. SSec.3S; heifers. &.?
7.S: calves. SS.e.S.
Hogs Recta. 3; strong to 5c higher;
tops. S7.SS; bulk, J7.30g7.SC.
Sheep Rects. 2S. steady. Barnhart
clipped wethers, St. lbs., S7.3S: Del Rio
clipped wethers. SS to SS lbs.. S7.S7JS:
lambs, S3 lba. .W!; Del Rio goats, Jl.SO;
average 67 lbe.
IfKVT YORK COXTOX. CI.OSE. s
Kew Tork. May II. Cotton Soot oul.L
Middling uplands. .S5; sales, St.
SAYS COTTON MILLS OWN
TOWNS, EVEN GRAVE YARDS
Washington. D. C, May 11. Dr A. J.
McKelway, southern secretary of the
national child labor committee, told
the industrial relations commission to
day that cotton mills of the south were
the chief opponents of child labor
reform legislation." He declare, cer
tain cotton mills throughout the south
were maintained as "show mills" with
schftols, churches, hospital and welfare
organizations.
"Behind these mills," he said, "all the
other mills hide. It is very difficult
j to secure remedy measures. What
diiiuums iu leuaausm prevails in tnese
mill towns. The companies own the
houses, streets, the schools and the
churches even in some cases the
graveyards."
BAILEY SCHOOL SPELLERS
RANK FIRST,IN CONTEST
The Bailey school children had the
highest average of spellers of any
school of the city In a recent writ
ten spelling test, held at the vari
ous schools. The principals of the
schools exchanged buildings and gave
out the words prepared by superin
tendent R. J. Tighe and also corrected
the papers. The Bailey school ledwith
the San Jacinto school second. The oth
er schools ranked in the following oe
der, Lamar, Vilas. Sunset. Alamo, Peal!.
Alta Vista, Highland Park, Aoy. loug
lass and Franklin.
TROPHY CUPS FOR TEX.VIS
TOtmXAMDXT ARRIVE
Twenty-one silver cups to be offered
for the winners of the different events
in the tennis tournament to be held
here May 26. have been received by
E. K. Neff. chairman of the general
arrangements committee for the south
western tournament.
The cups are now being polished and
will be placed on exhibition in a down
town window.
COCKT TAKES FIGHT PI 1.11
CASE IMi:it AHVISEJIEVT
Philadelphia.. Pa, May 11. The case
Involving the right to bring into this
country films of the Willard-Johnson
fight was taken under advisement TTv
the United .Stat, s court of appeals hero
today, after arguments had been
heard. y
PICTURE
BEGI
GOPFEH STOCKS
AflE STRONGER
General Confidence Shown'
,
in tile CODPer Market
on Tuesday.
Copper stocks generally were strong Tues-
day at the opening of the market, accord
ing to telegraphic advices to Curtiss-Man-ning
&. Co.. stocks and bonds. First Na
tional bank bullcing. The strength was
maintained during the morning session.
Confidence, restored by the speech of
president Wilson In Philadelphia, was re
flected in the prices of stocks Tuesday, rail
road stocks as well as coppers showing the
effect of the restored confidence.
Copper Stock Quotations.
The following wire quotations furnished
by Curtiss-Mannfng & Co., give the closing
prices:
Anaconda .' 32H
Amalgamated 07
Calumet & Arlrona H
Denn-Arlzona 114
Greene-Cananea 2
Inspiration . .. ....... 19
Miami 24
Mines Co. of America Z
N'ew Cornelia t
North Butte
Ray Consolidated .......
Nevada, Consolidated ...
Shannon ...............
Shattuck
United Verde Extension. .
Utah Copper
ChJno
ZX
22
14K
27
64 i
44
News Brevities
(AdrertlaementO
Train Ilnlletin.
All
today
afternoon and nicht trains for
are reported on time.
Insurance Jlefand.
EI Paso"s good fire record for the
past three years entitles policy hoMcrs
living within the city limits to a la
percent rebate on all policies written
since January 1. 1913.
On account of the large volume of
tkii.in... T finrl it ImnAMlhla tn nulfA
all rebates at once, but I wish to assure
Imr customers that they will r.-ceive
their refund as soon as the clerical
work can be done, and therefoie ask
their Indulgence.
In behalf of my companies I would
thank our very efficient Fire Depart
ment and the insuring public for con
tributing; towards El Paso's low loss
ratio.
Horace B. Stevens.
Insurance & Real Estate,
Mills Bldg-.
Charged With Seduction.
Miguel Romo was arested Monday
afternoon and charged with seduction.
He was held under a bond of J75
which he was able to give.
Aat for Surety Bond Roofing at your
hardware dealer or Lander Lumber Co.
Man's Tg.Bnracd Off.
Cripple Creek, Colo, May 11.
Charles Irving, an employe at the Gol
den Cycle mine, was seriously burned
Monday when he fell across a high
tension feed wire carrying II.0M volts.
Ills right leg was burned off and he
received other xerious injuries.
Or, Jamlcson, diseases of Kidney, Blad
der, Skin .Jd Rectum. SIS Mills Bldg.
Phone C27. Wilson Mllllcan. the best
cleaners. White work a specialty.-
Students Break i'p ReTlval.
Fort Collins. Colo., May 11. A band
of -students of the Colorado State Agri
cultural college Monday night entered
a revival meeting being conducted by
B. J. Bui sen, and it is said, broke up
the services with a series of college
yells and "three cheers for Dr. Lory."
Dr. Lory Is president of the agricul
tural college- The students. It is be
lieved, took exception to some of Bul
gen's alleged criticisms. Kb - arrests
were made.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira 'W. Collins. Physician In chief:
Dr. M. Alklre. lady specialist: Dr. Carl
Gibson, 201 W. Missouri street. They !
cured others. They can cur. you.
Dr. Ilnrley. 319 Herald 951 dg. Diseases
of children, and nervous troubles.
Motle Actor Visits Here.
Frederick George Walker, a moving
picture actor who has heen working in
California for different companies, was
here Monday on his way to Dallas to
visit his mother. He formerly lived
in El Paso.
El Paan Distilled Water Co, Fb. 489.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. i2 Rob.-Ban'. Bide;.
Salt Lake Bishop Dies.
Salt Lake City. Utah, May 11. Lau
rence Scanlan, bishop of the Salt Lake
diocese of the Roman 'Catholic church
and a pioneer missionary of the weat.
died here Monday afternoon after a
long illness.
Dr. El.erl, dentist. 21S-218 Mills Bldg.
Dr. Anna Itcnnj, Buckler Bldg, over Blite.
PROPOSALS FOR LIVESTOCK. De
partment of fhe Interior, Office of In
dian Affairs, Washington, D. C, April
17, 1913. Sealed proposals, plainly
marked on the outside of the sealed
envelope "Proposal for Livestock for
thfe Indian Service" and addressed to
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
Washington, 1. C, will be received at
the Indian Office until 2 o'clock P. M,
of Monday, May 24. 1S15. for furnish
ing and delivering 451 heifers, 3 milch
cows, and 28 'mares for the Chevenne
River Agency, South Dakota: 20 bulls,
"19 heifers. -42 milch cows and 40 mares
for the Standing Rock Agency, North
lakota: 42 heifers, 178 milch coif's,
and 178 mares for the Pine Ridge
Agency, South Dakota: it heifers. 1
milch cows, and 2J mares for the Crow
Creek Agency, South Dakota; 20 bulls,
.'.".; heifers. 280 milch cows, and SS
marcs for the Rosebud Agency, South
Dakota; 33 heifers for the Lower Brule
Agency, South Dakota: SO bulls for
Klamath Agency. Oregon: M bulls for
Warm Springs Agency". Oregon; 20 bulls
and 500 heifers for Walker River
Agcnr-j, Nevada; 4 bulls and LOW
hr-tfers for Jicarilla Agency, New
M'-vico, and 10 bulls and 200 heifers
for Tulc River Agency. California, :ts
per specifications, conditions to be ob
seived by bidders, etc, which will be
furnished on application to the Indian
Office. Washington, D. C, the U. .".
Indian Warehouses at Chicago. Ill,
( 'maha. Neb, and St. Louis. Mo, the of
fice of the newsrjauer in whicti thi. a-
i ertleement appears, and the Superin-
icnuenis ot tne neenne Jtiver Agencv,
Cheyenne River, a D, Pine -Ridz'e
Agency, Pine Ridge, & D, Crow Creek
Agency, Crow Creek, S D, Standing
Rock Agency, Fort Yates, N. D, Lower
Brule Agency, Lower Brule, S. D,
Klamath Agency, Klamath Agency.
Ore, Warm Springs Agency, Warm
spring. Ore, Walker River Acrencv
j Schurz, Nev, Tule River Agencv, Pof-
terville. Cal, to the Supervisor in :
I charge ot the Rosebud Agency. Rose-
( oun. r.. jj, ana to tne special Agent
narge or the Jicarilla Agency. Dulce,
T ., : -T.U ...--". 1--
k ajcxico. is upon tne oianKs fur- j
They may be made in any other form, i
provlded the conditions are observed.
Cato Sells. Commissioner.
PInno Clearance Snle On nt "Bllllnga."
Do you really want a genuine piano
bargain? Make your selection early.
15-9 Ka&t Boulevard, or phone 1C7 for
our car. Billlnga Piano Co. Adv.
Uf-- home vnllc egs.
i TEXAS UPHOLDS
i THE PRESIDENT
(Coationed From lBe One).
appropriation bills or other measures
have reacited the exeeutitre depart-
ment lor approval, aitnougn tnse
money bills are in fair shape to reach
the free conference committee during
u has developed that mot an of the
I preliminary work done by the sub-
committee on appropriations which be-
can its labors on April S. has resulted . ttol friu c. 364. Herald.
in really accomplishing but very little. I '
as all the work done bv it had to beiT'OK KENT. I.EAt-K OR SALtGarage on
Sone ovc' j?!!!
several times in the
1 senate and senate commutes as
whole.
The governor is desirous of submit
ting: many other measures, but he will
not do so until he sees his way clear
an-
to do so, as he has positively
nounced that there will be no more
extra sessions of the legislature.
.i iffy unliu Acw l.nml lialldlncr.
An item has been added to the de-
partmental appropriation bill carry ine
I an appropriation of $300,000 for the
-erecuon oi a new general jana oiiice.
which will also include the housing of
the department of insurance and bank
ing and the state department of agri
culture. The present land office is an
ancient structure, having been erected
many years before the civil war and
has been patched from time to time.
JUDGE SAYS ROOSEVELT'S
ARTICLE CONTAINS LIBEL
Syracuse, N. Y.. May 1 1. Justice Wm.
S. Andrews, presiding in the trial of
Wm. Barnes's suit for libel against
Theodore Koosevelt. remarked in re
fusing today to strike from the record.
testimony concerning Mr. Barnes's con
nection with direct primaries legisla
tion, race track legislation, the fran
chise tax and his opposition to gov
ernor Hughes, that such evidence did
not show any corruption or impropriety
on the part of Mr. Barnes and was al
lowed to remain in the record to show
the plaintiffs position in the Repub
lican party.
In a discussion with TVm. Ivins, chief
counsel for Mr. Barnes, justice An
drews remarked that he considered the
article upon which tire" suit was based
libel per se, because it charged a cor
rupt alliance between Mr. Barnes and
Mr. Murphy.
Counsel for Col Roosevelt then be
gan to marshal evidence regarding
printing.
HATTERS MAY LOSE HOMES
TO SATISFY BIG JUDGMENT
New York. May 11. How to satisfy
the S23S.O00 judgment obtained by
Loewe and company of Danbury, Conn,
In a suit against the Danbury union,
was the chief business before the
convention of United Hatters of
America In session here today.
The judgment with Interest now
amounts to about $300.04). The homes
of 250 members of the union were
pledged as seem it y during litigation.
Loewe and companv have given warn
ing that the judgment must be met,
but the organisation Is said to have
no funds for that purpose.
VILLA VICTORY IS CLAIMED
BY MAYT0RENA IN S0N0RA
Nearly 500 Carranza. soldiers were
ifciiiea ounuar in a. U4uif wiui nun
troops under Gen. Jesus Trujillo at San
Pedro de las Cuevas, according to a
message received Monday afternoon by
Villa consular officials in El Paso from
governor Jose Maytorena, of Sonora.
Maytorena's message claimed that tho
Carranza, column retreated aft?r a It
tie lasting six hours. Two mr.-.tn
guns, several thousand rounds .. am
munition and foud supplies were cap
tured by Trujillo, It was reported.
Trujillo's tosses were 29 killed, among
them two officers. It is said that two
majors were, among the Carra-.za dead.
Lost and Fount?.
LOST Xoe classes oa Bio Grande or Mon
tana. Phone 2SZ7.
I-ObT Bunch of keys. RCsrn to 11 MUIs
St. at newstaod. Reward.
LOST An all metal watch fob with
blue lodge Masonic charm attached.
Phone 188 or leave at 1M Texas St. for
reward. .
Personal.
WANTED Lace cnxjalns to wash. Ph. SS7S.
SPIRELL. Corsets. Mrs. Hulett. Ph. SS7:
AILEEN BERG'S preparations at Ryan's.
YOUNG ARMY MAN wishes advanced Eng
lish lessons. Write A. . Herald.
WANTED Address of Randolph Thomsan
(carpenter) or n.as of him by his sister.
R. D. 1. box 571, Mt. Washington. Mo. '
M'ANISH GENTLEMAN who writes and
speaks correct Spanish desires to exchange
conversation with American who speaks and
writes zood English. Coffee Mill, 72 S.
Stanton.
EYES EXAMINED.
I do not chars, for examining eyes for
glasses. My examination is the moat thor
ough and comprehensive examination that
can be made. There is no waste of time,
no faker', but when completed the exami
nation will give results not obtainable
elsewhere. Tjpen I grind lenses to correct
the deficiency and they are absolutely cor
rect. Geo. II. Kendall. 208 Mesa Ave.
Makes masses Right.
Special Notices.
ANY BOOK delivered for less than regular
price, even school books. Write P. J. An
drews. 292 Naslnllle St, El Paso.
HOUND TRIP to
automobile. Si.
4271 W.
Elephant Butte dam in
For information phone
WE HAVE THE BEST FACILITIES In El
Paso for writing Fidelity and Surety bonds.
jfouxiu' u. irowcu Agency.
2t Mills Bide. Phone S7S.
LONE STAR HORSESHOEING SHOP.
J. P. MOKAKTY. Manager.
417 a Santa Fe. Phone S1S7.
MEXICAN CLVIMAXTS American citlsens
having claims against Mexico for damages
inflicted by revolutionaries, are Invited to
cooperate with us for Joint action. Give full
details of your claim. Write X. 2S7. Herald.
AUTOMOBILE. EMPLOYERS LIABILITY
AND WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
INSURANCE.
All losses adjusted here. Get our rates
before Insuring.
Douglas C. Crotrcll Agency.
, : Mills Bldg. Phons S7S.
Cleradcroft Announcements.
CLOUDCKOPT COTTAGE for rent. Mod
ern furnished cottages on Chipmunk Ave.
Phone Sts mornings.
IN CLUUDPKOPT For sale or rent. "Wood
row" cottage. room?, bath and 2 toilets.
See P. W. Still with H. B. Stevens, Mills
Bldg , or phone CC5L
CLOUDCHOFT COTTAGE Sale or rent.
$!. or In part trade for eitv bunratoxr.
or rent 31-5 the scafcon. Phone venlngs,
S3 J.
Business Chances.
I'OK SALE General
long leas-e. located at
merchandiso store.
71 & El Paso St.
WANTED Partners with capital to develop
copper, sold and silver mines. See O. C
Vasquez. 4 S. Ochoa. room Xo. 8.
jk s.VI.E C1IK1
store building and
M. H. A. Thomp-
, homx, ., Hatch
FOR SALE Small restaurant doing a gom!
btfsineas; live town: small capital required.
Address box 32S. Las Cruces, N. M.
GOOD lyWING RESTAUILINX niaist be
sold this week at sacrifice. See owner at
103', K. 0erland St.
IXHl SALE Best known reMuurant in Doug
'h, doing good buinri owner has other
liuMnes, no reasonable offer refused. P. O
1-"X 19", Df-Jt'la--. Ari
Business Chances.
FOIL SAI.B Restaurant,
ton.
108 K. Stan-
I ;KNF.KAI, merchandise easiness for sale at
i Invoice in rancn omnn; " "" r"Hr'
I worth donbie: can prove it: bad heaitn.
i invoice in ranch district: S1.M will awlns:
j Call on Macron, Angelas HoteL
I'OB SAI,3 tood manufacturinr baeineas
of made in E' I"aso prodncts: now payinc
1M percent net profit. For particulars ad
dress Z. SI. Herald.
i-avtkii Small rrocerv. dnwr store.
or cigar stand doing rash business; in or
. ... -. -. ni(' haar liArvuic'h in vesti-
noraeriana rouie ana "," ...
Ariz. parties must nave money w
stock same.
Address box .;. nenson. atis.
knwa. II f Y IMII Is mhaiiniitl nr Jvll
fireoroof building. 1 or more stories and
h..mnt a. oover lot fttx7 at X. W. corner
of Anthony and old San Antonio Sts.. to suit
ICnani, On yrr Duuuni ;. A tavnm woav.
port SALE.
Diubt store equipment, excellent condition.
! larca and small show case; RX partition
and shelving, at a bargain. When you want
store fixture see
"Winner Jfc Kemper,
Lighting and Store Kixtuiea of SI Kinds.
;0C Herald Bai ding.
Financial.
WILL IJIV good first or second vendor Hen
notes or loan money on elty or vauey reai
estate. CIV First N'al'l. Bank Bldg.
,r.-n&- mi-ca hI. f
liberal Us
will stand
rnunt stnetlv firslclass naner
invest! cation
Write X SSS. Herald.
Wanted Help Male
DRIVER-SOLICITOR for tailoring esUbtbh
ment. 417 Texas.
COMPETENT TAINTER W,yrEn J Up
son Are.
1VANTKD Boy with wbL
cry. 1C4 Montana St.
Lamar Groc-
WANTEO White boys with wheels.
Tiptop Messenger Service.
WANTED Rehab'e driver for milk wagon.
Address Driver. Herald.
WANTED Flrstelass wall man. Right Way
Laundry. 4S Texas St.
ITKRIA CFE. 314 San Antonio St.
good place to eat at reasonable prices.
WANTED Experienced bookkeeper who can
handle typewriter, one with knowledge of
Spanish preferred. Write B. 14. Herald.
WAXTED Competent bookkeeper, quick
and arruratc; state salary expected: give
references- bond necessary. Address B. SS.
care Herald.
ABLE BODIED MEN, good eyesight, for
firemenad brakemen. SIS monthly; ex
perience onnecessary; promotion to engineer
or conductor. SIS-:. Write Railway,
care Herald.
WANTED Men young and old from out of
citv tn learn the barber trad, and accent
positions in small towns, lmposetbls to get
city barbers for these positions, although
the vasri are good. Write for particulars
today. Moler Barber College. Ft. Worth.
Texas
Help Wanted Male and Female
WANTED Man and wife to work on farm.
Call :4 San Antonio St.
Help Tanted Female.
WANTED Kxpriencftd woman for central
noti(worK: rerence reotiirca. jfc- 21.
i IVAXTED Dining room girl at 417 N. El I
"VANTKD Girl to answer phooe.
Applr
KXontana. Grocery and Market.
WANTED Woman as honaekeeper on farm;
to cook for 2 men. Apply Long Lumber Co,
Texas and Austin St. '
WANTED Nurse for 4 year old child; col
ored girl or Mexican who moat speak Eng
lish. Apply 7S Mesa Ave.
LADY BOOKKEEPER aad stenographer
wanted at once for real estate office.
Hawkins Brp.
Situations Wanted Male
WANTED Houseeleaning. Phone :S W.
WANTED Windows to clean. Phone 1174.
COI.L.VKD deans windows and walla.
:7;.
FOB rKOMPT ATTENTION In odd carpen
ter Jobs call 7S W.
JOB WORK neatly, promptly, reasonably
done: references. G. A. Jackaoa. phone 44S&.
CHAUFFEUR. 2S years of age. cartful driver
and mechanic, wife nurse, wishes posftion.
Write W. P. Herald.
MAX OF SO wants job as press feeder er
work In restaurant kitchen. Writ. B. 3SS.
Herald.
COOK. JAPANESE, wants position as cook
or butler er valet in city or country. Write
C. 155. Herald.
WANTED Position by flrstelass engineer
aad pump man: make own repairs: age 34:
sober; speaks Spanish. C A. B, Nev 5
Grand Canal. Venice. Calif.
WANTED Situation aa janitor or Bight
watchman by reliable mlddleagod married
man- handy with tools: references. Address
Janitor. 4 X. Campbell.
WANTED Position by experienced chant
moor; prefer private family: am American;
have had experience in repair shop. Ad
dress P O. H, care Herald.
MAN AND WIPE desire good position on
ranch: 25 years experience in fruit, vege
tables and poultry. Address R. 24, care
Herald. Phone "81.
YOUNG MAN. age 2:. good health, desires
position in bank: lis years experience: will
ing to begin at a board and lodgingr salary;
good referencos. ' Address J. P. Bess. Tu-
cumcari. X SI.
Situations Wanted Female
EXPERIENCED stenographer desires tem
porary or permanent office nork. Write X.
SSScare Herald.
GRADUATE TEACHER wants position as
tutor on ranch, or with parties traveling:
can teach piano music. Write A. 42. Herald.
LADY STKNOtiKAFHKR. S ears experi
ence. wlsheo employment at once; references.
P. o. box :s.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper and stenogra
pher desire, position Jua 1st; would leave
city: references. Write A. 47. Herald.
WIDOW aith year eld baby, good cook,
wants permanent position out of city. M.
B . care of Herald.
WanUdjteaHate
WANTED 2 lots as first payment on 4
room house, good location, 2 blocks asaHh
of Montana St . S25M; baL S2 per month.
E L. care Herald.
WILL PAY ALL CASH SVant a
house, modern in ei-ery respect: prefer Gov
ernment Hill district. If ou have a good
building site submit It. D. L L. care Herald.
Wanted to Rent.
WANTED Tn rent room bungalow close
in. Phone 4S94.
WANTED a or I room furnished
desirable location. Write B. Stt, Herald.
WANTED TO IEBNT 4 or S room house.
Highland Park or east, furnished or un
furnished; not over $25. S- B, Herald.
IftSlLTIIY COUPI.K with 5 year child
desire 4 or S room furnished bungalow
within walking distance bv May 2;
will take best care.. Write AJ3S Herald.
WANTKD By 2 adults, small unfurnished
apartment or hou:keepinff rooms with pri
xate bath, iloee in: references exchanged.
Phone 4713.
Wanted Board and Rooms.
FIRST CLSS room and board for two
ladies. Write particulars. S. T, Herald.
WANTKD By oung business, man. room
and board uith private family to have a
chance to pmtlce English: give details la
answering. Y 32. csre Herald.
Wanted MisceQaneons.
WANTED TO BUY One or two second hand
plate glas.- floor --how cases. 5 to 7 ft. long.
Addre , ?,;z MilK or phone r0-
WANTED Srrap hra--5. wnii zinc and scrap
opper Will p,y !ilr!iet market price Hcr
in. m li'u k A Li- I'll 1 ..' 3n'j J. Blvd.
Wanted Automobiles.
business
I WANTED Automobile to store in
. enter opposite Del Norte hotel.
IS per
I month. See Bob Hilaartner. iter.
MfPaso
Anto and Taxi linej. 118 W. San Antilo St.
I . - ,
por Rta Houses runiisned,
. MCKI.Y famished modern cottage.
5J8I between 7 a. m. and a p. m.
TWO KOOH furnished cottage, sleeping
porch: Highland Prk. Phone 357 J.
i HOl'JK FOR KENT Fumltnre for
i (lea. in on north side, phone 4793.
sale:
I
"
PflK RENT to permanent pmrty. attractive
and new 5 room home, either completely or
partly furnished. 911 Roosevelt. Ph. 513.
j ruK kilm room iwnsora -w.m.
sleeping porcn ana nam. . inquire v
I Octavta.
i pOK KENT for entire summer, modern new 1
bnncmlow close
in. completely
furnished;
rent .reasonable.
Phone S1SS.
10 K RENT 5 room furnished cottage, bath,
electric lights, gas: block from Highland
Park car. Phone lt.
filTt Itt-'TFntlr ranm hmiSA Forrii-
tore for sale. Apph, J10 E. Boulevard,
Phono t07.
KOOH COTTAGE, Highland Park, fine
sleeping porch, closets. 1 block ears. Ill:
also 4 furnished housekeeping rooms. Inquire
POB KENT T6 small family, modern fur
nished cottage, suburban, about 2 miles oat.
bv sentlemnn tn exchanre for board and
room: frolt. vegetables and poultry on the
place: well situated. Answer folly, glvine
.tNMrt .drtr... and teleohone. and state
' chnrrb affiliations. C M. car. Herald.
For Rent Houses Unfiirnished.
POi: KENT t room hone, at 141 Wyom
ing. Ph. 141 afUr I p. m.
FOR RE-NT room cottage, modern,
close in. Ph. 271J.
FOR. RB.NT unfcTraished, new five
room bungalow, near Country club.
Phone 144S.
FOB RENT Strictly modern 4 room bunga
low with sleeping porch, on main rs.d near
Washington Park. For information Ph. 214S.
7 Montana. S rooms, screened steeptn-ff
porch. A real nice bungalow. S40.
121 Hutton. 9 rooms (snap) SS.
Jameo L. Marr Co. Phone 4SW.
For Rent Apartments Furnished.
3 KOOM AFT i:S X. Oregon.
Fl'RMSHED AFT. 9S N. Kansna.
rURXISIIED APTS-111 W. BMlevard.
ALEXANDRIA APT!:. Summer rates.
FOR RENT Flat, close In. Phono :7.
FURNISHED APTS. SIS and up. Ph. SSIC.V
THE D1YYER High location. Phone -
HOUi-EKEEPING APTS. SS.
roams IS. Ph.
j 41
TWO ROOM front furnished apt, JJS W.
I Missouri.
BE.tTiytLLY fumtehetl apL in Sonact
HetffhUt. Phone 73.
3 KOOM APT- vrtrata bath. waUctaff dts
tance. Phone (4SS.
NICK SMALLirT.,
M An tana.
aloeslnc porch. 45
MODERN APT, hot water, private bath,
walking distance. Phono S716.
MODERN furnished apt, sleeping porch. 125.
(11 W. Missouri. Phono SS4.
ONE furnished
for rent, close 1:
phone s:i.
id two untarnished flats
Apply H. B. Stevens or
BEUTIFULLY famished mo)ern t room
apartment- This can't bo beat. Address
Permanent, care Herald.
FOR RENT. FISK ArTS. Small apartment,
shower bath, hot water all hours; furnished
or unfurnlahadL Flsk- Ramsey Realty Co.
ONE LEFT Feanell A pea. private bath, hot
water: idisal for 2. 712 X. Santa Fe, or
phone 3Sr7 mornings or after C p. m.
A NEW BUNGALOW APT, newly (uralabed.
4 rooms, alsoplng prch; will reat to re
sponsible parties very reasonable- 121S
Ange. No. 4.
UIVEKVIEW APT. 2 and 4 roam fur
nished and unfurnished, private bath, sleep
ing porch, hot and cold water. 7S W.
Slain 8t-
EXCELLENT nOUSEKEEPEVG APTS.
Cool and pleasant, garage: phone, summer
rates and other conveniences, none but re
sponsible parties accepted; References. Ph.
FURNISHED AIT. of 2. 3 or 4 rooms, with
large screened-tn sleeping porch: has large
front veranda overlooking Hosjston Square;
beautiful location. Phono - 1M7 Mon
tana. ST. REGIS AITS, close la; elegant single
apta. special rates.
Lucille ApU, close la. 3 room apts, spec
ial rates.
Jornn I Marr & Co. Phone 43$.
304 San Antonio.
For Rect Apartments Untarnished.
ALEXANDRIA APTS. Phone 5424.
IAMBETH APARTMENTS Phone (9S9.
UNFURNISHED APT.
SS3 M. .
In the Montana. Ph.
HCLO APARTMBNTS 2 rooms, kitehenet.
bath and sleeping porches. Call SI Wyom
Ing. Ph.no 1328.
NICE AITS, in Wright, summer rates. v
choice apt. In the Rio Grande, summer
rates
James L. Marr A C Phone 49. .
34 San Antonio.
For Rent Hotuekeepkg Rooms
Famished.
Hskpg. and Fur, St.S wk. up. 417S E. Over.
3 OR 4 HOODS for ho
.keeping. Ph. 2194.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 11S E. Overland
HOUSEKEEPING aad bedrooma. S12 Myrtle.
HOUSEKEEPING BOOHS.
Mesa. Phone 4SL
dose In. 61
NICE COOL KOOH with kitehenet. also
single room. 4S. Wyoming. Pbon. 4S71.
TOK KENT Housekeeping nnu and one
sleeping room. 714 X. Campbell.
j HOUSEKEEPING and also nice
bedreema.
127 X. Florence.
NICK hauackeeping; rooms, dose in.
c:cs w.
THREE lata,
sleopies porch.
eool
S9 X.
HOUSKKBBP1NG
tie. Phone S.
and bedrooms. 41S Myr-
3 FURNISHED rooms for rest,
fin. Phone Mi
ni Magof-
HOUSEKKEEP1NU
sour!.
BOOHS Ml E. Mis-
iSINfJI.K houaekeeping
I N. Kansas.
NICK COOL furnished front unsjs far reat.
nouaeneeptng or sleeping. S1I 21.
TWO furnished honsekeefang
ottagc. Phone 319.
HOISKKKBPING ROOMS for resit.
X. Campbell. .
415)4
TW O FRONT
Phone J33r-
light houaekeeping rooms.
TWO nicely furnished eel
rooms, private family. 91
FURNISHED large
1S24 Magoffiiw
room with kitcb
THREE
S4 Meal
light honaakaeptBc ;
FURNISHED housekeeping suit, 944 N. XI
Paso.
FOR RENT; and 3 furnished
ng rooms. ic Magoffin Ave.
T10 OUTSIDE ROOMS for
prHate family, no children,
tard. Phone 748.
ta
Bowie-
HOUSKKKKriM, Also alseping room, nice
ly furni-he.l. r-ut reasonable; close in. 1M
E. Miv-,un Phone S7S4 W.
TWO ROOMS, i
slelc or hildren,
X .stantnti
leeptng porch, pantry; no
references exeiiaaged. S5
lOlv KENT: completely furnl.hed house
keeping rooms. pri.:e family, no children.
:i E Boulevar.l
TVtO ROOMS :
kit h. -i, r .it i
k't--cntt -ilso on- room.
For Rent Rooms Fumisned
I AIRY FRONT ROOMS :1T Arl-ona,
FBtINT ROOMS
311 N. Stanton
. KOOM
5 week. 4Mt Oregon
NICK CLhiiN" ROOMS 7ft X. Kansas.
KOOH and sleeping porch. Phor.e Z'.ii
MOI1KKN clean rooms. 417 X. Oregon.
I.AIW.K front bedroom, tit N. El Paro
Faiael Reami K. Oregon. Ph. -:2
l MR RKNT Irg cool room. Phone -Tt"
I,
! ...r . ...... u -HA.H
Braxos Na 6. Ct
!.--.-.-
""""
(KLY furnished room in private fanu..
11& Tea
ONK SLKEriNG KOOM 71i San Anton.
Phone 54 J,
DELMAK ROOMS 417 J. Stanton, rag. wa
ter, fre. baths. Sc SI day: S2-0 op wKW-
unAITfnT.I.V fnmtMi room with bath.
j in tbt Brasoa Phone .
I HOOM Close in. private heme.
Urande. Phone !
Ml W. Ri
' BBDROOM for rent, hot aad cold ronn-nc
i '' " N-
! FRONT BOOM, t windows. rannJnr hot and
I """ "" t " ' J"'
I TnK KBN'XAKD 4Slft I. Oregon. Coc
LARGE furnished col tmmer rooms, bath.
hpard near. Ill N. El Paso.
FOB KENT Nicely fnrntahed room In prt- '
j vale home, good board 1 block. Ph. S24S.
1 -
' LARGE I1EDHOOH with sleeping porch.
suitable for two. MS N. SI Paso.
FOR RENT Room with adjoining bath, tor
gentlemen; waiktng; dSntane. Phone S5SL
PAYETTE ROOMS CHEAP Close In. Ill
Mills St. Phone !!.
NICE ROOU
21S1. -Hot watsr, lights, bath. Ph.
NICELY furniahed room connected with.
bath. 79 Arizona.
FURNISHED ROOMS across from Cleve
land square. Pbon. 747.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room
SS per month: smelter ear line. Ph. 24.
FOR RENT Small, nicely famished room.
iloso in S5 N. El Pas. Phono 2141.
NICELY furnished front room, summer rates.
Phone 239S. 71 Mosa.
FOR RENT One nicely furnished room,
cioa. in. on ..rth aide. Phone 4943.
LAKGK.
porches.
cool front
with sleeping
11S X. Stanton.
Phone 516S W
ONE LARGE front room for gentlemen.
Magoffin. Pbon. 27.
SOUTHEVbT cctnt room. S minutes walk
from poatoftlce: hot water all hours. 43S
K. Misaanxt, St. Regis Apt. SI.
GENTLBSIAN WANTED to share room
separate beds. At CSS X. El Paso St. Phono
114 Bachelor Apt.
TWO nicely furnished clean bedrooms: Ideal
for sommer: private home; SIS per month.
HZ Boulevard.
ARLINGTON HOTEL Summer rates, rooms
S3 per week up. 322H San Antonio. Ph.
(ZS7.
FOB RENT Large front room, cicely fur-
maaea: conveniently wcatea; close ra, ti&
Myrtle. Phone 34.
TTIE TEX.VS TAVERN.
Modern rooms, service, comfort, eonveal
w: awmmar rata.. SIS W. Missouri.
For Rent Rooms Unfnrnisned.
TWO unfurnished rooma 112S E. Overland.
FOR RENT-
large unfurnished rooms.
Phone lUt.
For Rent -Room and Board.
NICE ROOMS and board. Phono CS22 "W
BOOJIS AND BOARD Strictl r Crstciaax.
Mrs. C F. Loary. 333 W. Missouri.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished room, board If de
sired. 71S X. Oregvm.
KOOH AND. BOARD S3 month; good hok.
rcoklng. 913 Mesa.
XICE ROOM with board, sleeping por-ii.
suitable for 2 gentlemen. 73 X. Santa Fe
BEDROOMS with sleeping porches ani
board. 121 X. Oregon. Phone 672.
SELBCT BOARD at reasesabls rat. 312
Montana. Phono CS3 W.
BOARD AND ROOM
reasonable. Phone 372.
Firstclasa prices.
NEAL-S, SIS MESA Phono 3417.
strictly uptodata. TaU flrstelass.
Rooms
PRIVATE room and board for S young mta
Phone 1S91 W.
CONVALESCENTS Room, board and sleep
ing porch. Sl per week. Phone JS J
WAXTED Two gentlemen to room together,
will board; nice cool room. 911 X. El Past
ROOMS WITH BOARD Ml J
X. EI Paso.
nono5zr.
For Rent Stores and Offices.
LIGHT, airy offices for rent in Herald B.dj
FOR KENT Good store building suitable r, r
any business, located near new postorr
station A. Apply next door to new poa -office
or phone 624 3.
For Rent Mucenaneont.
FOB RENT Hotel. If rooms, completer
fcrctahed. Apply to S. Kotosky. Etgh RoliX.
Poultry and Pet Stock
FOB SALE Turkey eggs. Phono 3SSS.
THOROUGHBRED Belgian hares. Ph. 2Jt
GUARANTEED fresh tin. dozen for Si
phon. 7S11.
SITTING K(.GS Thoroughbred As or. a,"
Sheppard strain. Phone 41K. r
SnTTXG EGGS Theraaghbred Ascraa."
heay winter layers. S2.5 sittiag. Ph. 57'S
BARKED ROCKS Selected hatching eggs.
SI for 15. Phono 477 J. 141 Arizona,
INDIAN RUNXBR DUCES Whlta Leghorn.
White Wyandotte. Barred Reck sitting egg--Phon.
SS3 J.
S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS, baby chicks $15
per hundred; egg. SI per IS, SS per hun
dred. Little Florida Peeltry Ranch. Sem
ing. X. M.
PET STOCK AXTJ POULTRY Fine brel
. coine pups for sale: will deliver la El Pas".
I price reasonable. Jullna Kistnr. ranntli:-).
Texas
HATCHING BfiGS from trapnested h-gi
cg record Barred and Whits Rocks, de. -ery
after May 15. S3 per IS. two sittings
Sanitary Farm. San Antonio. N. M.
FIiM AR1ETDSS BABY CHICKS. ISc ear a.
1J. $14. Two varieties. 2c. IS eggs, $1 an i
SI.j: 1. $; and SS. Stock. $1 up. Try ns.
Meaaday Poultry Farm. Alpine. Tex.
For Sale Furnitnrt,
f room
Phone 15 J.
PCRMTURB of S room house for sale
Ph. 116. Call MT San Antonio.
NICE MAVENroKT te exchange for beu--keepina;
furniture. Phone 474t -
FOB SALE t
T
hole raage. round dim-g
cabinet. IIS eN. Ochoa.
laoie. Kitchen
Phon 2S50 J.
FOR SALE Kitchen table aad chair, bei-roo-n
table. 4 rocking chain, music cat- -"t-t
Tireless cooker, gas stove, iron beo.
Phone 37S7 J.
FOR SALE Furiuiare of 4 re.ms. all nf.
t i-irgaln, house for rsnt $r month, rh
S,3i t
FOR ALK i.'heap tor cash. One dining
room st t. one he-lroom set. Almost ad go.- i
as new. At Jt3n Mamedi Ae, East Ei Pa-
FOR &.LE-t'iie n.ahgany table, one b-i '
settee, one fcatr-w !c. vn? carpet, one c-ii
ranse l'jrl'i-, i iter.-ted isll 113 V Li:
Lramle
For Sale Vehicles.
f&rnzrrzrzf
W.(.l)
fur ale.
eiu-;ied for trellng and tram
Phone 4811 w.
:ood wc;o horses and harness fut
sale cheap 207 S. t:i Paso St
FOR S1I.E ,, ,i .i-lnclT-wag..i a
-in -' i ,k n at o-n-.. App'j 4'. Le -

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