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EL PASO HERALD
"Week-End Edition, June 12-13, 1915. 7 B Ready Reference Bnsiness Director; Accountants. NORMAN E. "VBAZEY. P a Box 827. HtM sss. f Ii?i5,ENCE l-ONGXKCKEK Phone S34. -0 First Natq Bank BIdg. IL H. IJEXDBICK. Public Accountant. Audi- "r. 211 yean experience, Phase 115. uiuee ' 1 Pint National Bank BulldrBg. Adding Machines. DALTON Adding Machines, in Mills St. Assayers: Aasayers. Chemists. Metallurgists. fcETrCHBTT & FERGUSON. Representative for ore ehippers. Umpire and control work a specialty Send for ore malt ing envelopes. 21 San Franclson. Ph. 334. BECKHAKTS INDEPENDBJiT ASSAY OFFICE. ?? San Francisco St, pnone 70 GEO. W. CAMERON. ASSAYER AXU CHEMIST. 20S San Francisco St. P hone Wl. SEAMON ASSAY CO. 404 -gen Prandeea St. Agents for Ore Shippers, Phone 143 Architects. O. H. THORMAN CO. ARCHITECTS. 41S Roberts-Banner Bide BI Paso, Texas. Faqao S. Auctioneers, W. A, WILLIAMS, Auction Soles and Commission Broker. Office Phone SSL Residence Phone SilO, Office: Entrance to Caplea BIdg. I Sell Everything at, AuotVm or Private Sale, AUCTION SALE. IT bead of condemned horses. 24 head of condemned mule 2 sets harness, B. B. single. X sets harness, ambulance single. SSS sweaters. O D and 1 Overland O. D. "Wednesday. June 16th. ISIS, at' Ken- saa 'Wagon Yard, Second aaa) Kansas St, El Paso, Tex. The United States reserves the right to reject any or aH bjds. Pur chaser must remove property iuiioediftteir- after sale. Cash most be paid, no checks received. Stock can be seen day before sale at Kansas Wagon Yard.' TniMam. ration. Major C M. Corps, Depot Quartermaater. Alex Licats, Auctioneer. Automobiles. EL TASO AUTO i TAXI LITEBY. 116 W. San Antonio St. Phones 2 44 MIS. Anto Repairing. WE WANT TO REPAIR your rasrtoters and lamps. We make and repair fenders, tanks, aooda, etc Quick service and prices Teasen able El Paso Radiator and Lamp Co.. 320 Texas Phone Sail "Air Test," Automobile Service. RCTIT KT!tE STATION REMAGNETIZING. MAGNETOS. COHS. Full line of Remy repair parts. We re pair magnetos and colls, Texas Electrical Supply Co. 11 N. Stanton. Ptxme 1120 Jl55fe RIO GRAXDE VALLBY BANK AXD TRUST COMPANY. 113 Mesa Ave., Cor. Texas St Phone lias. Bsoks & Stationery. P. II. CTJRBAN. Boozs, stationery and Office Supplies. Cemntete Line of FtHsg Devices. -I0S, Mesi, A- Pbona Hit. Business Colleges. DRArGHON'S SulMK College guarantees position Cafes. W 1STEKLT CAFE 214 San Antsnlo. It win pay ij to give this xuaoa a total E. M. TEXAS CAFE Rooms and board. open June 2 Home cooking J. W. Qoon. Prop . 911 E. Missouri, Phone 1-4 1 J W. , i -irr.-i ., Caroets Cleaned. STEAH AND VACUUM Dn Sang & Wellborn. Carpet Cleaning. pnene sswc CARPETS CLEANED and general house- I wo-k Puntloy Vaoaass Cleaning On, Pfa. 3J18. , CTRrETS steam cleaned: germs poattlveiy r-Ttr-m nated. look like new: See to SL50. Morton Steam Carpet Cleaning Co. Ph. 1116. Cement EL TOKO BRAND CEMENT. SOUTHWESTERN PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY. Cement Contractors. lG. LET DAX L. CARSON Figure on your cement work for a flrst- class lob. All work guaranteed. Phase 2445. China Paintm?. SONS in china painting Figure work a specialty and water col- y. FMne 2813. Gvil Engineer & Surveyor.. JTXJ-XJ-li.-rW-Wii iir-frii-" - . ,. -w,i---Mi FORREST E. BAKER. CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. ?;i Fir- National Bank BIdg. Phone 397S. A. S. ALBRO. CIT Jl. ENOINEBR AND SUKVEYOR. tlty and Valley Survi rvsys, vision. rtcauan ana sanaim Plans and Bsthnatea. 72; Mills BIdg Phone 17M. - SI ITS STEAM rRESSBD, SB CENTS. Morehend's Busy Little shop. 40.' N Oregon St Phone 5L PHONE 6S7. WILSOX-MILLICAN CLEANING WORKS. The Best Cleaners. The Best Work. 1102 E. Boulevard. Dead Cattle. PILL OK4J1VX dead cattle. hauled away free. Phone 74 lsamedtatery. Oentisti. OR. It. P. KBERT, DENTIST. Croun an! Bndre Work a .Specialty .G-1S Mi'la Building 1'hopo 1H i). j Ready Reference Business Directory 1 ueiecuve Agencies. J. a STAXSHL & SOX Detective Agency, Room S7 Two Republics Life BM. Ph. 3117. The Bui Williams Detective Agency-Sulta m. First MCL Bank Bids. Phono 41SS. Dininf & Grill Rooms. SHELDON IIOTK1. BCS1NESS MEN'S LUNCH. CO CENTS. TABLE. D'HOTE DINNER. SL00. KELLY POLLARD. DRUGGISTS. 201 X. OREGON. PHONE 178. PQTTEK DBTJO CO. Cor. San Francisco and s. El Paso ata. Phones lit lis. LOVE'S DRUG STORE." WHERE OUAUTY PREVAILS. Prescriptions filled correctly and promptly delivered. Agents fer "Whitman's" Candies. 211 San Antonio, Phones 813 250. KNOBLAUCH-WARNER DRUG CO. Special Attention to Telephone Orders. Under Omdorft Hotel. Phones HI TIL PEOPLE'S DRUO STORE Agents for Hay lei's candy, Gibson water and Rexail remei dies. 381 K, San Antonio, phone 161 162, , FRET SCHAEFEB, DRUGGIST. 201 Mesa Ave, Phone Its. use Sehaefer's Foot Wash For Your Sore Feet. am, DBro co, A. E. Ryan, Prop. 212 San Antonio. Qpen AU HUM. Pbenes (as-rfV J. A WEABEK CO. NEW LOCATION, 113 E. OVERLAND, Formerly 243 S. Bl Pato. will be pleased to welcome old customers and new. Phone 3S. Educational. SHORTHAND 2nd typewriting class for Mexican only. Mrs. Williams. 7)0 North Campbell, Facial Massage. Popnlar Beauty Parlors, .R. 10 Buckler Bide. Feed, Hay & Grain. aj-sj-li"iLJ-'i " ti " i 'J' '' ! "i -, - i sr TVALTER S. CLAYTON. Oehea and first. Phone 291 Phone Us for Pare Feed, Alas, Hay and grain. fien empt Delivery Fire Insurance., FRANK A. SM5NCE, Real Estate and Insur ance. 405 Mills BIdg. Phone 1923. Furniture Packing. TORXITrKE UrnOLSTERED, repaired and packed. Un Sang H Wellborn, Phone 38M. UPHOLSTERIXG Furniture repairing. eashiena made, mattresses renovated, auto, mesne upholstering our speolaltj. Ph. 5185. PACKING and shipping household goods our reci&lrr- Ftzrnitnre rfinairi&s;. flniahlns; and upholstering. K. L. Daniel Furniture, Mat. J tresa Factory. 112 Myrtle, j-nene iv.u. GroceK & MeatKbrkejiL TRADE HERE AND SAVE MONEY On aroeerlea aad fresh meats. The best of .staple and fancy groceries, also fresh meats. lilt race urocery, iryomuig. Phone 157L FINNEGAi-BBOVrN CO. Hides. Wool, relts. Tallow. Etc. El Paso, Tex., Albuquexaue, N. M.; Doug, las. Aria : Phoenix, Ariz. : Tucson, Ariz. Chihuahua. Mex,: Parral. Mex. A. BROWNBTETN CO. HIDES. PELTS. TALLOW. WOOL, ETC Office and Warehouse. 1201 Texas St, Phone 41L Main office Los Angeles, Cal. Horseshoeing. LONE STAR HORSESHOEINa SHOP. J. P. MORARTY, Manager. 417 S. Santa Fc Phone 3U7. lce. BIO GRANDE ICE A FUEL CO, Pure nttUttsd Wa,ter, Pure Distilled Water Ice. Phone 2250. T. N. PIERCE ICE, FEED AND FUEL, GoveTSient HTO. Hlhlnd Park. Altura and ' special attention given to fast za x-aso. Grand View. Regqlar down - tewn prices. prompt service and IuH weigt gaaraateea. Phone 237S . WATCHES CLEANED SOc. MAINSPRINGS SOc; crystals l&c Work guaranteed. Manu facturing jewelers. Wo buy geld and silver fer roai-uiactaring purposes, ttt San Antonio. Geneva Jewelry Co. Jeweler. relics bought. Davis, 24)7 San. Frsaotsao st I - Jack Dealers. ILLINOIS BOTTLE iJ 005 Overland. Phone 164L wE BUY all kinds of iuak and bottles. Nelson, First and St Vrain. Phone 2633. I1KK.MAX BLOCU & CO. Scrap Metal, Copper, Brass, Bones. Wool, Hides; highest prices paid. Ph. 5452. ,305 B. Boulevard. EL PASO IRON METAL CO. HOB San Antonio Dealers In scrap iron, rubber, cop per, brass, bones, etc Phono 42v. WANTED TO BUY All kinds of scrap metal, rubber, bones, rags, sacks, rope. Buy and sell second hand bags, machinery, pipe, relaying raits, etc Special pfice on Mexican army shells fired. Fair deal and prompt rotnrns. Carl Htrach. Busk Ave. ana I. Ac N. tracks. P. a box 1271, Houston. Tex. Kodak Finishing. ANY ROLL FILM developed for 10c Prints 3c. 4c and 5c 7 hour service T$e want your mail orders. The Camera p. 311 N. Oregon. Mills BIdg. UveJWes. GET THE HABIT Of calling on the "Live, Wires" Ready Ref erence Business Directory (as any and every thing you want It'a a Good Habit, Manicurists. 112Vi TEXAS Room 4. Phase 3755, It G. DUN A CO. Mercantile reports. Paso office. 501 Guaranty Trust BIdg. Bl LOCAL MERCANTILE. AGBXCY Reports and rating on individuals, collections. Mem ber of the National Assn. of Mercantile Agenc ea. Harry Pateman. Mgr Room 321-322 Herald tdg. Nurseries. EL PASO NURSERY CP. Pratt and ornament! trees, shrubbery aad evarsreoBs. eut flowera and cat plants. Everything for the garden. 3200 Alameda, Phone 3330. il f v.iuht, vruruToruyrmas- Ready Reference Business Directory Usteopaths. DR. A. T. STILL OSTEOPATHIC INFIRMARY. 11 rear; In El Paso. Established IKS. Dr. Ira W. Collins. Physician In Chief, Dr Margaret Alklre, Lady Specialist, The thousands of invalids they have made happy after tne medical profession bad failed on them, suffering with every kind of dl. ease, speaks for Itself. Never followed by Heart Failure, Cancers or Consumption, as they rest the system and restore It Xelten Paint Ok. SO J N. Stanton. Ph. IJil. Pavements. Texas bituijthic co, pavements. Best by Every Test Built Upon Ilonsr. 70T-7M New First Nat'L Bask Building. Phone 2355. Pianos. Oldest Piano House In EI Paso. EL PASO PLVNO CO. TV. K. Schulz. Prop, Strictly "ONE PRICE- to all, 2S South side of Texas St. . STEINTVAY-EVERETT-H'BBEB. Plumbers. X". E. 'NATIONS Plumbing. Phone 220. PRONTO PLUMBER Call us for that hurry up Job. We don't bold you up In prices, l:es. Bhono 5e(3; office, 106Xy Printing. HIGH CLASS All kinds commercial, society, color, show and catalog printing, guaran teed. Gala Press, Geo, L. Wilton, Met. 13 Chifaua&sa St. Phone 1JJ. Real Estate. APARTMENT HOUSE IN LOS ANGELES. Lots in LongBeach. California, will ex change for El Paso property. Business prop erty dose In, exchange for land or lots. W. N. Carl, Boom IS. Stevens Bide, Phone 6$ B. F. Hammett. P. P. Bammett B. F. HAMMETT ft SON. Real Estate and Mining Brokers. Rents Collected Money to Loan, Phone 22$ Hammett Block. 30 Texas St. Roofinj. ALL KINDS OF ROOF WORK New, paint ing, repairing. Estimates furnished. Clark & Weeks. Props.. L X. I Roof Paint Co, phone it- Second Hand Clothing. HIGHEST POSSIBLE PRICES paid for all Idnde second hand clothing. Phone 4937. LADIES' AND MEVS aeeend band dstfa. lng bought; highest prices paid. Ph. SliS. TTTLL PAV GOOD TRICES for second hand clothing. Phone 4104. GET FULL VALUE of your second hand clothing. New starter. Need the goods. Phone I5. SpanishLessons. MRS. FIDENCL. A. CARREON Ph. S4SS, PROF. BRAVO. .Ph. 38f0. 21 Buckler BIdg. CONVERSATIONAL Palmora college. Pn. 3430. Second HandFragifarre, ri hELL your furniture (or cash. Ph. 3011, WANTED 24 hand furniture. R. L, Dan iels Furniture and Mattress Fcty Ph. 1025, WE BUY, SELL or exehange anything In household goods. Sjo Granda Hardware and Furniture Co.. 407 X, Oregon St Ph. M. EXCHANGE NEW FURNITURE For second hand. Western FBfaiture Cow 3J S, Bl Faro. St. Phono 1412. WANTED AT ONCE M second hand gas ranges, 15 lee box' refrlgeratara, sarpotg, ruga, office f ami lure sad all kinds of, fur niture, W1U pay eaah or exebcage for new goods. Call today. Texas Furniture Co. Phase 4017, 40f 8. El Paso St Signs. crry sign CO, Jj x. stsjuea. Pn. mi. Silos. MADE IN Mr PASO. Qalv, Steal, best mAs. Jiliia, Bqiieq t rvniis aianuiactunpg -fa, Sheet Metal Works, ACME SHEET METAL WORKS. Chaa, A. Kauffman OlUo B. Moore. General sheet metal aoatraetara. Heat, r A 'iB ?if.2i,I'r' " ,x" St, ETFese, Tex. PhOBO tlla. StcrageWreaonse?, EL PASO TRUNK FACTORYNew ware. bouse, safpat location, possibly lowest rat, Ojflee 107 MaJa St phone 1054, StoreiRejiMLuiriff. STOVE RtPAimXG-Nw parts made and fiFici, or ii owl of "wyea, t, j. reeifr, with u. n4 Iron Wwrks, Phoaa 1(1, TANKS. CULVERTS. Irrigation pipe, sjkw, enrages, etc. Ask for eatileg. Passe lilt. I Kills. Sutton White Manufacturing Co, Taxidermists. McLELLAN BROS. Ph. 700. 300 'Frisao St Tools. WANTED To buy 2d hand tools and guns. ii. ,jionr. U9 & .1 taso st Transfer and Storage. LYON'S TRANSFER and Storage Co. Safe, prompt satisfactory. 312 a Ochoa. Ph. 430. POMEROVS EL TASO TR.XSFEB CO, 309-310 S. Oregon. Storage, baggage and freight transfer. Phone 24(4. EVEKYBUDZ IS DOING IT. Doing wbstr Mevins, But Odoaj's Trans fer la doing most of it. There fa a reason. Get wise. Storage. Piano. Safe movbg Pnono 1054. TcrkiA Baths. 406 N. OREGON Pa, 190. L, Wacht Prop. TYPEWRITER AND OFTICE SUPPLY CO. All makes sold, rented, renal red- Corona Typewrites. 2S MiUs St Phone 32. Veterinary 5urgeons. T. BROWN. Veterinary. Ph. 4517 Office 222. DR, 1', THATCIIHR, Pbatlo W. practice limited to dogs. A t MAX 3USKK. veterln4rlaii and tTattioIoylcaJ norseshocr. J-horseaheer ot Trooa U 7th tj. a . cavatry. i-rprUtor of Veterinarian IsOSDital flt r'hlltnakii' tar 1215 Son Antopla SL Phone UK. ' hvh 9 s-ittiw ,,,. " 1 ---. ... refc.w..i Welding Shops. HEAVY MACHIKE sad automobile parts of welded, promptly. Browp Welding Oo. Wholesale Metal Dealf"- WE PAY IIIQHHhT maisM psiee fw ehl aad saw Copper, BVass, Sine, Lead, eta Obf. respokdence solicited. Herman Bloch & Oe, The ordinary coat of a Want Ad in The r:i IMS.) Herald is 35 eentt It re., hes .in .ierie of about 100,000 readei 3 cu ti i -ue J 1.1 lcn O (Advertisement.) Train Bulletin. All afternoon and night trains are reported on time Tor today. Dr. Bbert. dentist 216-118 Mils Bids. Carnentera Will Arbitrate. Chicago, I1L. June 12. Union carpen ters. whoso strike has tied nn build ing operations here for a month, to- day agreed to settle their differences j with the contractors by arbitratroa. I Onr light trucK wiell get lumber, t uuors. windows, rooitns, screen aoors and builders hardware to yon NOW. Lander Lumber Co. RIacLhand Kins Killed. Chicago, 111.. June 15. Peter Cata Ientto, called by the police the "king of the blaekhand," was shot and killed Friday as he passed a passageway be tween two buildings near the north side Italian quarter. Four shots were fired into the -victim's body, two after he fe)l to the sidewalk. The murderer disappeared In the passageway. Cata lentte was said by the poliee to be the leader of an inner circle of black handers much feared by the Italians. Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary. Dr. Ira TV. Collins, nhvsiclxn In -ntf; Dr. M. Alklre. lady specialist; Dr. Carl f uioson. 2V1. iv. Missouri street. Tney cured others. They can euro you. I)r. Hnrley, 319 Herald BIdg. Diseases of children, and nervous troubles. Chief Sam's Roat Reachr-i Africa. New York. June 1L The steamship Liberia, chartered by "Chief Sam and the Akim Trading company, which sailed from Galveston early in 1914, as the announced forerunner of a widely heralded "back to Afriea movement," is reported as having been picked up oy an Knglfsh cruiser and taken into Dakar, on the west African coast. Dr.Jamlcson. diseases of Kidney. Blad der. Skin .nd Rectum. CIS Mills Bids: County Anto Ambulance. A new autp ambulance has been Eurchased by the eoHnty (dr the county ospital and has replaced the old horse drawn ambulance. Oar steel fence posts will end your fence troubles. Lander Lumber Co. Dr. Anna Renm.Buckler BIdff, over Elite. Credit Man to Convention. Charles A. Brandberg, credit man or the Momsen-Dunnegan-Ryan Hardware company, left Friday night for Salt Lake, tTtah, to attend the national meeting of credit men. He wfU aisr visit the California lairs while away. Phone S7. Wilson tc Mllllcan. the best eleaieK, White work a specialty. Dr. nawllngs. Practice limited to obste trfts & ehUdres's diseases. 4S4 Rob-Ban. Bl Paso Distilled Water Co. Fb, 4SJ, Union depot information bWeae, phone 7I, LoflgweH's. Ask about our reinforced ilaltbold agbeatos top root in colors. Lander Lumber Oo. 13TH CAVALRY TROOPS WILL MARCH BACK TO COLUMBUS Like the fclnf's men who marched up the hill d lurched 4own mr-Un, Cupt. Asphrey tipisvcolt, who marched Ufa Celmmhtw. N. M . ! Fert BlUe with three lrt ot the 1 3th cavalry, will trn areaad aad march hack oa Headay. The Itth eavalrr ww ordered t? Pert Bllae t relieve th It, which ha4 erdars te se tm the fhittpptnea; A(Tr th ar rtvrC troM It II aad K, of the lMh, the Itfrth waa ordered to remain on the her der ad the three troetwa te retam. After 1 Toetiac ha men aad mweU over Sohdar t uipt. uraiBcm, wiu Prv pevK won m. ride to eofvqrilMie early Monday menUOoT- Trooy M. or Blaaca. Tea., Slice to )oln Troeoa A. B. Bliaa. Friday aad their ptastte are beinc take hr the rlret panadron ef the Jilh, now la tlm Bif; Ben4 cowalry- MURDER CHARGE MADE AGAINST W. LEGGETT With the , receipt of news lrWay afternoon of th death at Port Han eoek of Gregorto Rivera, the eharsTc avatnat Will Leggett, who turren dered Friday morning to sheriff Pey ton X Edwards, was changed from -stvlilt to murder te murder. . Coroner J. M, Deaver, In company with C L. Vowell. special prosecutor fop tne state, made a trip to rori Hancock early - Saturday morniBg, where the remain were viewed. No Sf Aarl sasissiSBi ax bra ea Tea Iran THREE CLUBS ARE RAIDED; POLICE ARREST THREE MEN Three arrests wsre a3a Prldar night by the police on charges ef selling tlaaer with out Ijeenaes. Ths arrests were the result of an Investigation of saealled rlabs In operation sesr the Sixth lataniry eamn In Camp Cottaa, The msa arretted gave their names as J. J. E4wr4. Charles Asrteis and . lisekor. Aaalela stated to ths Bailee that he was a msavssr of caeapany O, With Isfsatry aad Marker said he betenged te sonpaay S, the same regiintnt t TIIRBE CIIAROUn WITH 11UUA11.1U jll,irriL .i ,r.stwB. "jeSdU. '& fif-iSJ: J out! iiTSSSTJajST CrIsmorJ'r.r violation of the traffic ordinance. '" X SJ2.""' ." . Lri. the Empire Bottling works ww fined far 1 operating without lights Others fined In- InAaul Joe Bush and 11. D. JOhBSOB, for violation of tbe traffic ordinance. CHAltliEll lOTlI BKIXG DESERTER. Marina Corby, said to he a deserter, was arrested Friday evening and turned ever to the military authorities. Corby Is said w nave urtr ..w. ... -. - -- raosins ago ana w re w., ... . El Paso Electric Railway company since then. United we stand. Let's unite In buy ing home valley products. Ordinance. IN OBPINANI PS0"!?;.?; ro THE ' EsJLtUnJUwU .SiliJJi; ?S.XK.. AVING I? AHA ro iwi,r.rirn; ! WITHIN THE COKPORATB LIMITS OF ! THE CITY OF EL PASO, TEXAS. AND ' SRSVBteS -f,??!1 FOR WB j B fTgflTHE CITY COUN- CIL OF the ciTv rue ai. rxsirt n-Evia- CIL OF THE CITY OS" Kr. Pll TBVis SECTION L )t shall b unlawful for any ihob. firm, eerperatiaa or saseciatiea ol persons to sell, barter, exchange, give away. of haie in his or their possession, wlth.a the city limits of the cly of El Paso. Texas. an"J!rl!,"B "f Idian hems. ( ,..B?TlON. r. An?rBBn whs shall vlo-, Isats AHtJI thia erdiaanc shall few niiBJeheatl hv rnc.".h?irBaWVhdWbr. 'fin. ' ? of net more than Two Hundred (,200) Dol tars SECTION S. The danrtH-aas and powerful prooertlea ef Marihuana or Indian Kemp and the lacreaatnK sal of the same in the City of VI laao with the r mil tin- injury to public health and public morals, creates 4 J re?i wbllc mwnMr. JMIfriw U - . pension of the charter rule retftiflrlne that a, ordinances befor final adODtion shall be SJielO . esITrul. VTttPSUi J2 vote of tb,e Aldermen present and wltn consent th Sayor. suspended, aad thia ordinance snail laae erreci Tram ana arter lis passage. apnroval ani publication. rasseu ai June. A. D. Passed and auareod thia, the 3rd day of . isia. TOM LrlA. Mayor. J. P. DAWSON, Oltr Qwrk. tne iota cavau-y, left sierra ";""' " . . u. jtuLBcriora. I caving away rapidly , Saturday morning far Pott i Wyoming street She came to Kl j D. and K. left Marfa for Port I ana and was wall linnon r .n th. oi ; ItAbUh ML) nit '"NIIETSTII; COPPERS ME! Large Deals in IT. S. Steel Send Entire List Up in the Early Hours. In a market which opened strong and as. tive throughout the entire list. Chino, Ana conda sad Calumet and Arizona, were the most active and strong among the coppers, accordlag to advices to Curtlsa-Mennlng & Co.. stock and bonds. First National Bank bulldinK. A continuation f the large deals I In II. S. Steel, which crossed H. carried the entire list to tOD prices In the first hoars of trading ustpDl Ol uiko cujniur Klines. I nn.uw,. mwih murw uih mwra Kmv.ci. Boston advices say the May output of Americaa Smelting sd Guggeahelm Ex the Lake Superior mines Is estimated at j ploration also added to recent gains on re 25,,e pounds, not laetudiag the Whit I ported sales of copper at 16 cents, and Pins nraduct. Wolverine produced 450 tens-f lead at 7 cents, other metal abares rose of msVsral last ntoath, osmparing with 4K ' In. varying degrees tons la April sad 41S toss In May. 1014. Ths I war Issues, notably Bethlehem Steel and May UBBt of the MajMcrk was (4 tons of r " York Air Brake advance two to rise mineral: In the same month last year thtr , points. . later falling back. The closing was pttmnnv mM1ncd 88 tons, and In 1912. 4sg irregular. tons. Winona resumed operations this week, snipping at first 300 tons dally, and graou, ally Increasing this to COO tons. The Lake Copper company will be us able to resume mining for st lesst six weeks owing to unexpected difficulty of unwsterr ing. Franklin la increasing its yield of roek dally from the Allouex lode and will soon be able to Keep one stamp at IU mill busy all me time Tin and Lead Soaring, Interest in the metat trade was centered la the sensational advances in the price ef pig tin and pig load. Tin cfewd at 40 coats a pound, against 30 easts jvcnlay. Active trading In tin has been la evidence for a week or more. Trade authorities estimated that 1000 tons were sold yesterday, and the turnover since June 1. has amounted to over 2500 tons. The market for tin had beep quiet for some time with prices at what Importera considered a low level. Under normal conditions the available supply would have been ample for an requirements, and as no material price changes had been anticipated, consumer) took hold in a hand to mouth way only. Spelter Price Prohibitive. Wtb spelter selling at 27K cents a pound, as sgalnst 5H cents under normal condi tions, consumers of this metsl have beea farced to look around for a cheaper ma terial Prise or galvanised sheets have ad vanced to a point where consumers ere turning their attention te terne plates. Terns plates n steel plates coated with an alley of Un and load. Most of ths Independent producers of load virtually disposed of their entire output at former low levels. The Americaa SmeHisg and Refining company now controls the vttn atioa and prices have advanced from a basts ef 31.20 to 15.75 a pound. Copper Moeks Quotations, The fallowing wise quota lione fwuobed by crUss-Maaaiag Co. give the cleeins prices Amalgamated von ArisOSfls ,.,.,,,..... 17f Calumet and Arlaana Hfe Chine , K Grrta-tBCea yjaj IJJ4lt Mines Os. of America es. Mevada Cesnhtaied un ?forlll BsrUo 331 Ray Consolidated jjv .snasjaoa . Unltsd Verde Exteaeloa 4K Ut) Copper oj? .... tadntrlal and Railroad fetoeks. Allls Chslmers -j Central Leather , """ ,(ii Callforata Petroleum ."........',... lfS Mesleaa Pewoleam 7 Mtsseuri Pacific i.P Oeaeral Motors ..""lm Colorado Fast and iron SS FUNERAL IS HELD FOR MRS. JULU CALDWELL, PIONEER The funeral took place. Saturday morning, of Mrs. Julia Caldwell, Tl ,, vi ,g,, wuv uica uaursosy even cseracpis oi tne city. i itetjuiem mass was celebrated at the j Church of the Imnsetilal, njiMMtlM and Interment was made In Concordia vm?oo consetcry. ms 1'eatt under taking company bad charge of tho ar rangements. Mrs. Caldwell Is survived by a broth er, A. Curtis, who lives in Louisiana, and a stfatv, j. n. Stacy, who llveo at Shreveport, La. Mrs. Caldwell's sister 4104 only a few week ago. BODY OP MBS MOONBY IS rtBTUIINBD TO LONCVIEW The body of Mrs. Addle n iinnnev who died at a local hospital on Thurs day, was shipped to ber hora at Lonff yiaw. Texas,, en Friday by the Peak UnderUhinsr eempan'. Mrs. Mooney came here some three weeks ago in th hope that a change of climate would benefit her health. Th body was aooompanled by a sis ter, Mrs. Battle A rant, who Htcs at ll Newman street, ' STHPIIHNS BABY'S FCMSMAL. The funeral of Dorothy, the Infant daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. H. W. Bteph- J n, wno ui so -Bursaay, iook piaee on Fritlay from tb family rtildenoe, S9S Caltferfnw street to Vvergreen ceme tery. Services were conducted by the Rev. J. T. Williams. SAN DIEGO OFFICER COMES FOR MAN HELD AS FUGITiVE DJ!IZ'k S ! Diego. Cal.. has arrived here to return with Louis Lemoin, who has been held here as a fugitive pendlne the arrival ' California officers. According to deputy sheriff Stewart, out of San Diego. When arrested here he r's SJid by the oolice to have had S20.000 in Mexican national bank notes and J798 in American money in bis pos sceelea. Thaodoie Thiela, who Is being held tusutlve, will be taken back to . ie.J v.. ojn.francisco by Lieut. A. D. Layne, of th San Francisco police force. He fs safci by the officer to be -wanted i mere on a cnarge 01 navin? jumpeq 1 his. bond. I 0 I ISSUES REQUISITION FOR MAN HELD HERE Phoenix, Ana.. June IS. Governor Qeerge Hunt has Issued requisition pa- Per for Rrnast K. King, now in cus- ,wy - r It Is charged that K,n f ave th? Nogales Auto compan a worthless check for S170. Sheriff John MeKnight. of Santa Crux county, XtArison.'18 ' man oack to Ansona. j C1I t-HOKIl WITH TAKING CLOTIIINIi FROM ROOM Restinald W. Thompson was arrested Friday night at the comer of San An- tonlo and Oregon streets and docketed "? P"" UUop on a charge of VUIKWIJ The man is said to have entered a room in a rooming house near the cor ner of San Antonio and Qregon streets and. dressed himself in a suit of oiothei found hangintr on the waU. TORRBOX COTTON NOW COMING TO TUB BORDIIIl The movement of Torreon cotton to this country la now in progress and an average of about six cars per day are being entered at thia port The largest single shipment made this season uas on Friday, when 2 cars were entered Three cara of ixtle fib r. aloo from the Laguna district, jvere entered here Friday. TRAFFIC CLUB TO MEET. The Traffic club will meet this evening at the chamber of commerce The elub Is perfecting it organization and i planning to ntarf a anina!;n !' se. ure better freight Kites fur El ?i,n ,nl the CI Paso trad T rrltor Th. mvl ng Mill be htld at c h; tit uk - ! 1IET ACTIVE Ill SPECIALTIES! Guggenheim Group Makes Sharp Advances; War Is sues Gain and Belapse. NOTB Quotations Saturday, Jane 12. reflect closing price New York. Jsae 13. Todays stosk mar ket was active and strong, bvt ths' rise was ao largely restricted to spesisltles as to lack conviction. Issues comprising The Guggenheim group were the early fsaxures. Federal Mining common and preferred asak- i j lag maximum galas of SO aad five points j Bonds were steady. N. Y. LISTED STOCKS (By Associated Press. New York, June IX. Foltowtetr was tne closing emotaUons at the New York stock . exchange for the stocks msatlsmrt .ajmugamatea copper American Sugar Beflnlng Ateblsoa NartswrapacilVel" ,' .' .' .' ?.'.'. Heading Southern Pselflc I..I"" Union Pacific United States Steel United Statea Steel, nfd , LOO MONEY AUD METALS. NEW YORK MARKET. By Associated .Press.) New York. June 12. Mercantile paper. Sterling. 00 day bills, 4.752S; demand. 4.700s, "" gar sorer. Hi. Mexican dollars. 30 1,. Government bosds, steady. Baiiroad sends, steady- Oepper strong: electretytse $XMHeM.3. Ttw Y?r!J-1,eto,. exchange qooies tin "" as vi- euiu ales un tgvM Z.BssssarsIT JsJssT,A?rXlNrtnr, l-l.tJ No. i. 314.250)14.75: Na. 1 Sowtheral lit eea 1441: No. 2. lltHems. !. Lead. KM M4 Spelter: no martzt. LONDON METALS MARKET. London. Eng.. June IL The London met al, market closed aa follows: Lear 27. S17, df. Spelter 110. Spot copper 4. sU; futares iSS. slO. Spot Un (ISO. futares (10. THE LOCAL MARKET, wii"" noser aaotaUess supplied by Mesteaa enrreaer 12H. Mexicaa peeps (Bl Paso Jwyisg price) Carranza. currency, 8; Chihuahua cur rency 3. Ill Paso Emelter Qsetatlons, f Corrected Dally. 4Sr UTr H"eB qsotatieasr Uwdon lead SST. sir, d. . Pig lead. .e. Opeer wire bars, lf.se. COLORADq RIVER BREAKS LEVEE; SEHLERS ASK AID Calexiee. CaUt, Jane 11. The Colo rado river broke through a levee in Lower California today and washed bst 3M feet of the embankment. Appeals for aid have been sent by residents to representatives of the Calttoraia De veiopment company, which has con struction equipment in the vicinity. Brig. Gen. W. L. Marshall, TJ. & A, retired, in charge of government recla mation work at Tnma, Xrix, tele graphed today that the banks were IS ROBBED: SILVERWARE IS STOLEN Ttnrvl, Airif 'h. hA.- A r. vr Tesgae, 1111 Lee Angeles street. Friday night andveseaped with a qqaaUty of silver ware. " Entrance to the home was gained from a kitchen window. When the family re turned about 45 they found the house ransacked. The home or George F Capies. SIS San reBSKyrrwr. na onrglawS frightened aay Juan Rodriguex and Lucas Rocha were arrested Friday night by the police on a charge of taking lumber from the ware- house of the Longtreil Transfer company oa Third and 'Chihuahua streets. 77 LOOM -M3 ........... .1,07 L4C S8 L2H sea: FREE Alhambra Theatre Tickets In These Columns! EVERY erasing in the Classified Columns ot Tbe Herald, way be found a number of invitations for folks who Hve in and near 1 Paso to visit the Alhambra theatre at the. expense of The Herald. The purpose of the feature is to popularize nort than ever the live, fast-growing C3asvfieil Colamng of Th HeraM. It will pay you to watch the Classified OohiBtitg ef The' Herald for these. Tickets, not only for their value, but afeo because an opportunity is often presented in the Want Ads that may be of distinct value to yoa. All you need to do is to clip your invitatioa and present it at The HeraM office before 6 s'efoek cfc eeiog and the tickets will be given yoa.' TICKETS GOOD ANY TIME THE ALHAMBRA THEATRE is 1 Paso's leading Photoplay house, showing osry the bigfcest elaes features. The Alhambra fe comfortable and cool Ventilated with a constant stream of water washed air. The largest and not luxitrioiM theater in the city. LOOK TONIGHT AND SEE IT YOU ARE INVITED! HM ' ' as snSBBSSS3BBBSBBBSBBgBSBBBBSs3BHEm EL PAS O HERALD An Independent Daily Newspaper D. Slater, Bdltor-In-Chlet nnd controlling owner, baa directed The Herald fur 17 Years; G. A. Martin Is Sews Editor. The Q Paso Herald was established in March. IS8L The El Paso Herald Includes a!. b3L sorption and succession. Vhe Daily News. The Telegrai h. TheJ .si1' Tha Tribune, The Graphic. Tbe Sun. The Advertiser, The IndenentiAnt Th jnnrMi Th. iu,akiiM. nkH n-u.,i. Kntered at ths Poatoffice In B Paso. 31KMI1KH ASSOCIATED PRESS. AMBISICAX NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS' ASSOCI TIO.. AMI AUDIT BUREAU OF C1RCUUVT1QXS. irj L. s ' Dally Herald, per month. SOc: per year. S Wednesday and Week -Sad tsaoea 1 '.urty-mih Year Of PubUcation Superior excluoive features and coaaflete news report by Associated Press Le?Sl w,re and Special Correspondents covering Arlsooa. New Mexico. t, .ye,JTeia"' Mexlco- Washington. D C. and New York. Published by Herald News Co, Inc : H. D. Slater (owner ot two-thirds Interest), President: J. C Wilmarth (owner of one-fifth interest). Manager: the re maining one-eighth Interest Is owned among 12 stockholders who are .is follows: H L. CapelU H, B. Stevers. J A. Smith. J J. Mundy. Water? Davt V .A- "rue. McGlenncn estate W. r Payne, R. C. Canb, G. A. Mart a. A. u Sharre and Joht P Ramsey. IHTGIITTI LOWERS PRICES First Bulge Is Overcome in liater Dealings; Corn Re flects Wheat Action Chicago, HI., June 12. Reports that cut ting of wheat in Kanaaa had beun with favorable woatlwr, lowerwl lh market te 4y leMwffeetaadlBff that prteea at first allowed a btUg. After oaenros 4e to lc higher. otftrJes receded mre than one cent below Friday aicht'a lereL The cloee waa strong at c to lc net advance. Corn aimply reflected tin action of whett. The oeenlnT. which rasped from, a shad te H & c up. waa followed by a moderate aetback. a The cloee waa etronff at le to lHc above laat atsht. Oat war comparatrrely heavy The mar ket lacked th annl eopport from ahoru. Lower prices for hoga weakened proti atonn, Ob th decline, however, packra turned te the hvyinff aide. Grain and Provisions. Ohlengo Grains. Clee. Wneat July, tL. September. SLOO. Own July. 7lc: September. 74 Sc Oats-ASaly. 45c: September. 43c Clilcago Previsions. Close. Pork Jnly, 317.10; September. $17 50. Lard Jnty. 0.47; September, tr.75 Rlbe July, U.37; Sentamver. S1.M. KANSAg CITY OKATSg. CLOSE. Kansas KJty. Mo, Jane IX Wheat No. 2 bard. S1-12L13: No. 2 red. !L106Lll! July, ?L02; September, JI.i. Decern ber. vn0UH. Cora No. 2 mixed, 72S472i: No. 2 white. 73c: No. 3 yetkew, T3H4j74c. No. J. lie. July. 72i; September. 71,971c. Decem Vs, 1S,C OstsKa. X whrte. 44H4c; No. 3 400) 42c LIVESTOCK Sfansns CHy Livestock. Close. Kansas City, Mw Jvse 12 Hogs Be ceipts, ISM; market slew. Bulk. 37 00 7.7S: heav. S7.054J7.75: light 37.6007.10: Pigs. 3C.St-7.se. .yaHte Receipt. 100: market steady Prime fed steers: ss.oetSS.OS; dressed, 57. stockers, .! s.10: saKa, IC 00 7.00; carves. S4.5nt ' I-- gbeep Receipts. SO; market steady. Lambs. 11.000)11.5: yearlings. 37.7Se3v2i; weaovrs. ea.aeae.ia. ewes, ee.eveje.oe. Fort Worth Llrcstocli. Close. (By Zelger HoteL) Hogs Receipts, 1200; market 15c lower. Tea, 37.75. bulk, 37.5007.70. Cauie Receipts. TOO. including 240 calves; market nominally steady, mostly Mexicans; Mexican steers, SS.2S5J0. Mexi can enwa, fUS; Mexican bulla, Sl.35e4.75. fer week, chain steers, steady; others ISO) 3e higher; caws aad heifers. 35c higher; bans, 10015c lower; calves SOc higher; stecker cows and steers, steady; heifers, stroag; carves. Sec higher. Sheep Receipts. 250; market steady. Lambs, 13.0010.5; yearUngs, J7.25 S2, wethers, l(.M.5: ewes, 35.71 .35. culls, S3LS4)1.S; gaats, 32.MV4.M. For the week, sheep See higher; lambs 25c higher. KANSAS CXTY. PRODUCE. CLOSE. rsnsas City, Ma, June 13. Butter Weak; creamery. 23027c leggs rMcerpts, 3,sS eases: market mj- FstatosM Reeelsta. 12 cars old ziew ns- csnageq. ' Pesdtir AMve, lower:, fowls, IS. NEW YORK COTTON .CLOSE. New York. June 12. Cotton, spot. qum. mlddUng uplands. J.8; sales 331 bales, ELGIN BCTTBB. CLOSE. BglB, HI, Joe 12. Batter. 37c PRICETOP LEAD ADVANCES TO SEVBN CENTS POUND evr York. Jose 12. Announcement a aaaste today that the American Smelting in.l RetlBlBg eampaay has advanced the pnee t lead frosh to 7 cents a pound. RBAK ADMIRAL FREFERS COLLIER SHIP TO AWATOUS Annapolis. Md June 12. That re i admiral Fnllam. cnperintendent of the inited States naval academy, said Ke would be inclined to resign if the na y department, did not back him op in the previous investigation of Irregularis in examinations was stated todai to tne court or Inquiry investigating the I recent rBrouerins- Kraiulgl ,. ",..i I tution. """ ! R.ISamT'rfonTrkn TVrf I "1C?,ariK-. Ad.am. honor San of this PS?-.8 Srfduation class. Adams said ! ;dm'ral Fullam also declared he at I leant would rather ho sent to sea it 1 command of & collier ship than stay ' at Annapolis. Texas, aa Second Cto'S Matter. 09. will be mailed for S.'tV per year.'