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10 SPECIALTIES 1WHEAT PRICES 'HIT! MEET ARE FUTURE! GIB SETBACK: THE TAMERS Regain Most of Their Re cent Prominence in the Stock Market. VOTE Quotations Monda. Oct. 18. reflect closing pries I New York. Oct. 18. Specialties retained :no-t of their recent prominence today ith numerous gains and a. few new records. Italia were in better demand at moderate ad vance. n: y. listed stocks (By Associated Press. 2C- Tork. Oct. 18. FoHowinc were the ''"w quotation, at the New Tort stock . S" wT3tnriembr at 3L06H4 I seemed a curious and foolish political . -haute for the stocks mentioned: i- and MayTL07?e?T ' '' custom to me which makes it Impera merican Sugar Refining 1 r J. 71 t. "'?.:? .. . r. !,. ! tire that eacH r.ctltlcal f.rfUn .hnulri r."-onda Copper .5 Af-hison 17 i hino Copper 50 Inspiration Copper ................... 433 Heading 79 Southern Pactfie ............. 38tj I r.ton Pacific ...'.................. .13fiti T nlted States Steel 85? Vnited States Steel, pfd ........... .lHlu MONEY AND METALS. .f T5W YORK MARKET. CBy Associated Pree&l Tork, Oct. 18. Mercantile New paper Bar silver 49 Mexican dollars 3SH- Covernment bands steady; railroad bonds Ft rong. Time loan firm; W days SHfH; 9 days 2$3; 6 month 3. ran money eastern rulissr rate li. topper steady; electrolytic IIS. Iron steady: No. 1 Northern. $ltSJ6.;S; lo z Northern $1.1.5; No. 1 Southern ?.fi.Wei-K; No. 2 Sontfaent $15.7516.5&. The metal exchange quotes tin quiet iZZ.lt ;3 1. - - The metal excbaaire quotes lead J4.50. LONDON METALS. London. Eng.. Oct. 18. The London met a market cloved as follows; Lead 24, at, dfi. Spelter 6S. Spot roppex 72, si; futures tit. sl: elec r. lytic SS. Spot tin 1M, sS; futures 15 .19. Antimony ,125, THE LOCAL MARKET. fc Mexican currency 17. fe:..ran pesos 4. Carranza currency 8i; ChBiuabua cur-r-n y of a cent. 23 Paw bmeltcr Quotations. i Corrected Daily. Bar silver (Handy fc Harmon quotations! 4SS- I. -ad 24. nil. d3. Pig leud 4.60. Topper wire bars 17.Ce WOMAN'S PURSE IS SNATCHHED; $1335 IS FOUND ON SMALL BOY Tuan Trejo. a Mexican boy of 14 years. -i.ii alleged to have snatched a purse from a oman In front of the Grecian theater Saturday nicht at 8 o'clock. Ten minutes '. it he was arrested by detective A. C Va- . T :a in the rear of a pool hall on South El r.iJ street. In one cloed palm was $10 J and in the other J3.36. Trejo will be turned .vt?r to Mre. Bmma Webster, tne prooanon offifier Marcos Ramirez wan placed under arrest Sa mrdav nicht on coniplaint beinc made thdt he "had stolen chickens. Juan Remedez .-r.d Jesus Olivaris were placed under arrest Saturday erenlns for having portions of a Ien bicycle in their possession. The Alamo roomies house. 314 South El Paso street, was entered Saturday night and .1 (.;. Conde, a jruest. roebed of a pair of l.ints containing J3 in cash. HILLSTROM SENTENCED TO BE EXECUTED NOV. 19. Salt Lake City. Utah. Oct. 18. Joseph Hillstrom. convicted of the mur de. of J. G. Morrison and Morrison's -on here. Jan. IDT 1914. was broueht be fore judge 5L I Kitchie. of the district . ourt. at 10:30 oclock today and re-'-nteiiced to be shot to death, Friday, Nov. 19. Hillstrom was brought to the court j oom from the state prison in an auto-inoLiI- Few persons outside the offi cers knew he was to be sentenced today and onlv a small audience was present. Hillstrom declined to say anything be fore sentence was pronounced. EVANGELIST GETS RESULTS IN EAST EL PASO REVIVAL Rev. E. B. Airhart, who is conduct ing a revival at the East-El Paso Bap tist church, will preach tonight on "Weighed In the Balance and Found "Wanting." At the Sunday services there were three additions to the church by letter. Two were baptised, there was one con version and two backsliders were re claimed. "" AtTO DRIVER CHARGED WITH COMPLICITY I' AUTO THEFT. A charg of complicity In the alleged theft of an auto truck belonging to the Sheers-Laaenby company was filed in the police court Monday morning by J. JL Sheers. against Anderson iarKer. ; A delivery truck belonging to the Sheers-Lazenby company disappeared last Thursday and was later found wrecked in the eastern part of the city. ! FOLIl BOITLKS of- flUKi-iii.ttt POCXD ON JAIL FRISONER John Collins, who is said to conduct a small restaurant here, was arrested by the police Sunday night. "When he was searched at the police station it was stated that four bottles said to contain morphine were taken from him. He will be held for the U. S. officers. PUZZLE DECORATED FOR V 1LOR. "For Valor!" May he ever wear The medal that is but his due: And may his hidden comrade there Receive a decoration, too. ANSWER TO SATURDAY'S PUZZLE. I.cft side dons In front of her. Upside down behind bcr. Increased Receipts Result of Weakness of Quota tions m Liverpool. Chicago. Ill- Oct. 18. Wheat prices un derwent a setback today owing to unrespon- ) of "get-together" meetings with the sive cables, larger receipts northwest and voters in each precinct, for the pur a forecast of favorable weather. The com- ' pose of learnin ., , . h,nd he paraUve weakness of quotations at Liverpool ; JJlpj, , "V1 '? ,f , " i'-TJ , ,!?,' f was ascribed to Increased receipts and to, "J J each district and to foster a hope that arrivals hereafter would be on a ! fPlrlt of co-operation between the clt more liberal scale. After opening s to If ' tzens at lrjge and the city adminlstra lower. the market here rallied a little, but tlon. When asked about the proposed then suffered a decided break. I conferences, mayor Lea admitted .that Initial quotations for wheat were LOS to such a plan was under consideration. 1.0HS for December at 51.09 to LOTH for , X have had thJs idea jn mlnd for a 'lay. Inn. , k :. ..1 ... -I .,- : Tk. rf.. ... ..t.i.j ..i-i-, t -i: to Corn nr way with wheat Opening prices, which opened H to He lower, were followed toy a moderate additional downturn. The close was steady at H to lUc net decline. Traders In oats toot their cue from, the action of other grain. Higher prices for bogs tended to lift pre visions. One thousand tierces of January lard were bought on a wireless -order from Austro-H u ngary- Grain and Provisions. Chicago Grains Close. Wheat Dec. JL0SH: Majr . Corn Dec. 53Hc; Mar 4c. Oats Dec 39UC. May 4Ua Chicaco Provisions Close. Pork Dec 15.10: Jan. 17.30. Lard Nov. 9.49: Jan. 9.37. Rib Dec 9.65: Jan. 3.45. Kansas City Produce Close. Kansas City. Mo, Oct. IS. Butter Creamery 27c; firsts 25c: seconds 23c: pack- Ing 19 HC Egg Firsts 24jc; seconds IS Sat Poultry Hens 12c; roosters 9c; broilers ISc. LIVESTOCK. Kansas City XJTestock. Close. Kansas City. Mo.. Oct. 18. Hogs Receipts sfiar market hteher. Balk SS.lSscX.fiO: packers and butchers ss.2S0S.CS: pigs !.s - ' : voted for me or nou Cattle Receipts 3LOM: market steady. I KIl should Pull Tocether. P,r1me JfL& " S?,1JiL.'1,s!taibn' i "The advancement of the city's In .lockei at,? feeders sSSSs W" "tffre, terests ! any direction is the objec Vm 4 ... calves towar1 wh,ch a sood citIlens Sheep-lVeceipa! 11.M: market steady. shonM strive, as such advancement Lambs J8.J5s.i: jearUngs tfi.iT.:5: ' Inevitably reacts beneficially on each wethers Ji.7iS.ie; ewes J6.5?6.1. individual, and It Is on the basis of Chicago Lliestock Close. j our mutual purpose along these lines. Chicago, I1L. Oct. IS Hogs Receipts 23,- I that I desire to meet the citiiens. I We: market slow, early advance of S cents cannot see how such a series of con mostly lost. Bulk 8.:es.S5. heavy JS.e; J fcrences can fail to be of benefit, as S.S5: nigs S5.37.7i Cattle Recelnts 15.W. market strong, i .Native oeei sieers .nv.tv. """"I st-ers Jt.ses.7S: cows and heifers ;. S.J5: calves J7.7; 11.7S. j Sheep Receipts 17.: market easy, "Wethers 1S.7.: lambs X.7S0 )t.avt.. I Ft. Worth Livestock. Close. (By Zeiger Hotel.) Hogs Receipts 3e. closing S to 10 cents higher. Top SS.Z0; bulk SS.10 to IS.:. litttle Receipts 4590. Including 17M calves. Market steady on all classes. Beef steers J5.9L;: cows S4.e9S6.M: heifers .97.M: buns 4.00 and S.:S: calves f-UO vro.w. eLVt&cr eircia .vi(.iv, irMfi .w v 4.2S: heifers 15.3007.09: calves Jt.eo&I.se. I SS.M. storker steers Jt.setst.7o: cows 5i-W Sheep Receipts 300, steady. - Cotton Market. New York Cotton Close. New Tork. Oct. IS. Spot cotton quiet: middling uplands 12.50: sales none. New York Futures Close. Cotton futures closed steady. Oct. Dec 1S.S0: Jan. 12.87; March 12.SJ 13.13. 12.42: May RECORD SHIPMENT OF WHEAT FROM CANADA THROUGH U. S. New York. Oct. IS. TSTiat is said by jrrain men to be the larsest movement of Canadian -wheat througrh the United States ewr recorded is now going on through this port. Records of the produce exchange com piled to and including Friday, October IS. show that 4,:5,791 bushels have been brought here from Canada, since the early part of August, and reloaded on steamships from shipments mainly to Engiamt France and Italy. This wheat, in order to avoid the payment of a duty of ten cents per bushel, comes through In bond. The Canadian wheat crop is estimated by grain men for this season at approximately 33i,tre.6(KT bushels. PROBE OF INSURANCE COMPANIES IS ORDERED Austin, Tex, Oct. IS. At the instiga tion of the state fire insurance com mission the attorney general's depart ment is to make an investigation of certain Insurance companies and their agents doing business in Texas, on the grounds that these companies hav.; been scalng the regular promulgated rules of the commission, -which is a violation of the law. This probe may result In the revoca tion of the permits of the alleged of fending companies. t. tTrv ..nnr. virTtuc IDENTIFY MORE VICTIMS vii i rn IN KANSAS WRFflf tVlLLnu 1 IWUiaAa rfKClIt. Randolph. Kas.. Oct IS. The names of P. T. Shields, of Huntington, Ore., and E. L Feterson.of Lincoln, rieb.. today were added to the list of iden tified dead, and the total loss of life in Saturday's motor train accident was officially set at 11. Several persons of whom no trace had been found since the wreck were discovered today in farm houses in thoj vicinity and neighboring towns. PICTURE j Will Have Meetings all Over City to Ascertain Needs of the People. ! Mayor Lea Is contemnlatlnc- a series - "". ;e :.". " ""? tire that each nolltlcal faction should hold meetings in each district prior to election, bat allows it to be optional with the successful candidates as to whether they shall ever visit that dis trict again. If it is so important that the votrfs should be given a 1 opportu nity to meet the candidates, before election. It certainly seems to me to be equally desirable for them to have a chance to meet the office holders after wards. Personally. 1 want the citizens of HI Paso to feel that I am more anx ious to meet them now-, since they have chosen me as their chief execu tives than I was when I was seeking their votes. To Solicit Ideas of All. "But the main purpose of these meet Ins will be to give the citizens in each precinct a chance to tell us what they want In the way of local improvements and betterments, to give us a chance j to explain some or tne proDiems we are trying to solve, and to promote a spirit of cooperation between the citi zens and their officials. I want to lay great stress on the fact that these meetings will be absolutely non-par-tison. I want to meet the citizens, not as the representative of any political party, but as the mayor 01 an tne people. I would like every voter to be present, regardless of whether he t n ..inn n m a l-a thtt m.Pttn-B ItlSt 98 irt,i -t,h cnj.fartl nis wre nossiblv " - T, ... ... ,. citizens In ram "n. It will gle the citizens in eacn precinct a chance to explain the needs peculiar to tneir own section aim c are sure to receive nmny imwh: a&- zestlons that would otherwise escape our attention. To Tell Cltlsens Everything. "As everyone knows, the biggest obstacle to improvements is the cost. but I expect to find, as a, result of these meetings, that there are a great manr minor betterments wnicn can --- -- . , ., . . be effected at comparatively slight ex- pense ana nmca vn auu ,&i. . the comfort and conveniences of our people. Suggestions along thexe lines will be welcomed and every idea ad vanced will be given the most care ful consideration. If improvements are sugsested which it is impossible rnr th cit-r to undertake because of lack of funds, that fact will be fullyv explained. To Take Citizens into Confidence. -We mean to take the cltlsens Into our confidence and let them see the difficulties we are trying to overcome. I believe the average man to be rea sonable and just and I am confident our explanations will be received in the proper spirit. I expect these meet ings to result In a better understand ing all around. It will slve us an in sight Into the views of the citizens, and at the same time, it will enable them to see Just what we are up against." FUNERAL SERVICE HELD FOR FRED R. IIOL'SB SINDA The funeral of Fred G. House was held Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock from Peak's undertaking establishment. Rev. C lj. Overstreet conducted the service. The burial was in Evergreen cemetary. Sir. House was almost 65 years old and had lived in El Paso IS years. His death occurred at his home. 1115 Bast Missouri street. Friday night at 10:35 oclock. Mr. House was an old soldier, having served an enlistment with the eighth cavalry SO years ago. He is survived by his -widow, and three sons. Hiram H. House. Frank W. House and James E. C. House. LITTLE 3IEXICAX BOY KILLED IX JUAREZ DY FREIGHT TRAIN" Crushed by a moving freight train in Juarez and brought to the American side at : oclock Sunday afternoon for treatment, Servino, the tilne year old -en nf Mr nnH Mrs. Servino Cenicerva, died at 4 oclock at the home of friends. 91S East Missouri street. Justice J. J. Murphy held the In quest and rendered a verdict of acci dental death. The body of the child was conveyed Monday at noon to the Mexican side -where interment was made. The fu neral was under the direction of the Peak Undertaking company. MRS. CAMILA C. MARTIN DIRS: WAS NATIVE OF ALABAMA Mrs. Camila C Martin, wife of TV. B. Martin, aged 47 years, died Sunday aft ernoon at the family home. ISIS Tre mont street The family came to this city from Alabama. Mrs. Martin is surviVed by her hus band, and a son. Jack Martin, aged l" years: a sister. Miss J. O. Roberts, and a brother, O. H. Alford. The funeral was held at 2:20 oclock Monday aft ernoon from the home on Tremont . . I.W 1. . U- l...A..(r,.AAn i sireci who iiiLciitirui -in ia.c,,cti, i cemetery. Rev. I. N". Langston of High- ' lnnrl Parlr Rnntist church officiated. WIFE HIES TVniLE HUSBAND IS ILL N HOSPITAL Her husband critically ill at a local hospital, Mrs. Pansy Simmons died 'inda- afternoon at her home, z3o Memphis street. The remains were shipped Monday morning by the Peak I'ndertaking company to Marshall, Tex. for interment and were accom panied by a sister of Mrs.. Simmfens. Mrs. Lola Stevenson. Mrs. Fimnmss ' survived by her husband, TV. B. wbs mons. tw'o children, and another sister. Mrs. Booker Seagrave. FATHER or J. TV. HOWE DIES AT LOS AXGELKS OX FRIDAY J. W Howe left El Paso Friday night for Los Angeles, where he was called by the death of his father. J. D. Howe, which occurred Friday morning. Mr. Howe had frequently visited his son In El Paso. He leaves .two other'sons. who live in Los AngeUs. ANDY YOUNG'S FATHER DIF.S. Andy TV. Toung. a resident of El Paso and an engineer on the G. H. & S. A. railway, received word Friday of the death of his father. IV. I Young, at the family home near Dover, in Pope county. Texas. Mr. Young was 75 years old and. besides his son here, is sur vived by seven sons and daughters. CELEBRATIOX MEETING FOSTrOXEO The meeting to plan the big Ele phant Butte celebration which was to have been held Tuesday night, has been postponed until later because of the Inability of some of the men be hind the movement to attend. . SPECIAL FEDERAL CEXSUS. In ar letter to John M. Wvatt, l". S. senator Morris Sheppard states that he will ask the president at once to authorize a special census of LI Paso. ! TWO MEN AND WOMAN FIGHT; I ONE HAS EAR CUT FROM HEAD Jose Morales. Aurello Carbajal and Fran cisca Ayala were placed under arrest Satur day night at 11 o'clock on a charse of as saalt to murder on the person of G. Mantonez who lives at Ninth and Santa Fe streets. Mantonez was at the home of Franctsca Ayala. Ninth and EI Paso street. A quarrel it Is alleged took place between the man and the woman. the bark of his neck, one two inch cut on the right shoulder, a wound on his' left wrist ana naa nis ten ear cut on. lie was taken to the emergency hospital for treat- He was ' J&"ryz At ereu witn oiooa ami locnea up in jm . .ti j three will be transferred to the county JaH- HOME OF MRS. L M. ROBERTS ROBBED OF CLOTHNG SATURDAY The home of Mrs. L. M. T.oberts. 202i Montana street, was entered Saturday night and two dresses, a suit of clothes and other wearinir annaral were taken, A room at the Menger hotel, at IIS Overland street, was roMied Sunday of trs-ee razors an a quantity of clothing. A Ford car belonging to A. K. Powell was stolen Sunday night and found later. Frank Duran was arrested by the po lice on complaint of Petra Oavis. who claimed two blankets had been stolen from her and later were pawned for 5 cents. , NAVY DEPARTMENT AWARDS rmiTDHPrc rno CUDMADIWCC ''''-' V rfwa-.- - Washiucton. D. C. Oct. ll-fVlS. for 16 submarines and six destroyers were awarded today by the navy de partment. One destroyer will be built a! the Norfolk saw yards and one at Mare Island, Calif. Six of the sub marines will be built on the Pacific coast. The Bremerton. Wasl. and the Portsmouth, X. 1L, navy yards each will build one. ST. l'I,EllU.VrS VEW.B CHOIR CIVRS FIXK SACKU!) CONTKUT Because of the absence of Rev. Henry Baiter, rector of St. Clement's church. the choir or the church gave a special song service Sunday evening instead of the .usual preaching service. The concert was enjoyed by an audi ence which filled the big Montana street Church. The program of sacred music was rendered in a perfect manner by the vested choir and these concerts are becoming one of the most attractive features of the St. Clement's Sunday services each month. Votfce To Classified Adictlisers AM Classified Advertising ordered to run indefinitely (t. f.) must be In writ log. No t- f. advertisements accepted over the telephone. Orders to discon tinue t. f. ads must also be to writing and cannot be accepted over the tele phone. A stop order receipt wilt be given when all ad Is ordered discontinued. Answers to Herald Ads. The following list of uncalled for answers to Herald Want Adevrtise meats are new being held for delivery at The Herald business office: A IT P D A 14 RAG B 27 V JS2 B B ' V I C SS V t ' C St TV 4JI I 4 W P Dit W 11 D X 1 : c xx xt j n a z ait J z t M C X tit Railroader Lost and Found. LOST or strayed brtadle color Boston ball terrier, female pap. Finder please return to 916 W. Bealevard. Reward. Phone SS19. STRAYED OR STOLEN Jersey cow; brand ed -J H." on right hip: also 1-year-old heifer calf. Jersey color. rth white spot on lert side. Reward. B. R. Illffeltliiser, 322 Grand Ave. Station A- Phone 216. Perior.al. SPIRELLA CORSET, ilrs. Hnlett. Ph. S5I2 WANTED Home for a blue eyed baby girt, perfect health. Call Providence Hospital. Special RoDcm- AILEEN BERG'S preparations at Ryans. DR. VERA BECERKA. Mexican surgeon. Phone 5680. CHIMNEYS cleaned, stoves cleaned, repaired and set up on short notice. Phone 1738. ROUSE'S TRAXFER Phono 1350. Prompt and reliable service. MATTRESSES renovated and made to order. R. L, Daniel Furn. & Matt. Fcty. CUIMNEY SWEEP Stoves set np and re paired. Phone 47CS. 414 S. Stanton. FOR SALE Coal and wood, sack coal our specialty. Bankhead lee Co. Phone Kit. TURKEY shoot oast of dint on north loop roau sunoay irez. -4. 338. COR. LEON AND SECOND. Phono 5232 TV. H. Epstein and A. Hoffman. Gener al Contracting and Maaonery. office fixtures furniture, repair upholstering. Any work our specialty. Reasonable prices. All work guar anteed. Highest prices paid for second hand furniture INSURANCE. We write fire. HabiHty. compensation, acci dent, paste glass, borglar, hafl, and automo bile Insurance. Phone us and we will send man with rates. , Davis Bros. 10S Texas Street , Phone 118. Business Chances. GOOD location, livery and living rooms, P. O. Box 267, Las Cruces, X. M. FOR SALE Established business. Invoice price 8100. Address c IS. care Herald. FOR SALY2 sod business requiring small capital. Take Ford car as part payment Electric Shoe Shop. Tyrone. New Mexico. OWING to leave country, for sale. In .little town New Mexico modern general merchan dise store doing good business, farm and mining section, clean -stock, good fixtures. In voice about 3000. Write G. 17. Herald. WANTED Mad capable of managing small business Salary Its per day and expenses. Must Invest 350. Honorable business. No fake. No agency. Ideal pUce for health seeker, net too ta Write L. L.. sare Herald. FOR SALE A bargain in a first class plan ing nsfu. manufacturing sash doors and house trim. Also paint and glass business. Address W. E. Baker. Tucson. Arix. 116 N. 0th Ave. 3200 clear income vt month on an invest ment of 31600 cash. Cigar and boot black ing stand. See this at once. Ree Geo. cxgll. With James L. Marr Co, 301 San Antonio. Phones Nos. 4150-435L WANTED A man capable of running laun dry doing about 3275 business per week, and who will purchase one-third Interest Rtouires about 31000 cash. Laundry la lo cated tn one of the best mlnlBg camps In the southwest Write G 16. Herald. POOL ROOM SACRIFICE. Look this over and make offer. Must sell on aecount death of owner. See Geo. Segll, With James L. Marr t Co 301 San Antonio. Phottes Noa 4350-4351. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SNAP A dandy restaurant right down town doing. me ousiuess. xours xor istft. win invoiee 11000. See Mr. Rice, Raroey Bros. 609 First Xat Bank Bldg. Phone 613. Money to Loan. WE DO a general loan business, buy notes, can make loans to be repaid in easy In stalments to suit your Income. The money is always ready No delay. Equitable Loan Assn- 314-315 Trust Bldg. Helrnnted-lale Fall Mitchell. Employment Agency. ;0S San Francisco St- WANTED American delivery 1213 N Campbell. boy. Apply WANTED Spanish American printer. Write Standard. San Marclal. N'ew Mexico. WANTED Boot and shoe maker. Wm.' Batch. IIS S. Second St.. Albuquerque. N. M. WANTED POKTEK Good worker, reference 1 reaulred. Phone K. Tsleta. Call Central Ice t Cream Parlor. zttvvi, w wlh rihotoirranhlc ezner- J-'T;'a"LhBP0rfIh?,r,"I?io f A""' - M" 8:M " " - ATII.E TtODIED MEN. good eye sight, for firemen and brakemen on railroads In J Paso vicinity. JIM. SIS monthly. Expe rience unnecessary. Answer In English. Write Railway Association, care Herald. ... vi.t p.n.Mrarf man to care f or i l . .... .M.. - small orchard, garden ana lew im -v- ferabl one with wife who will do house- v.ork. Cerman preierreo. r. k.. hcik. wu - thony. Help Wanted Agsnlt. WANTED Agents sell water purifiers. Local and foanty. Call ljjMIHaBldg. Help Wanted Salesmen. wPERIENCEI specialty salesman. 424 irust Miog. WANTED A few aood real estate salesmen. Extra good proposition, publics Bldg. Call Sle Two Re- s t.(I.!OH'Tr,.n hftll.wftAa- fr Tff'IK. Aril.. ! - cai" ..quire He7Sh..don. Room 1. afternoons. Wanted Help Female. K-M'ERIKNCKD Mesa Ave. waitress wanted at 4r WANTEll A girl or woman to cook and keep house for small family. Must live on premises. Not particular as to race. Phone :.3S or 1S0. Situations Wanted Hale WANTEW Call 4700. -Painting to do. Work reasonable. WANTED Position as retail cigar clerk, ex. perlenced. Address F 7C. care Herald. WANTED Position as chauffeur or cook, private family, by first class Japanese. Ad dress Jap Cook. 43 care Herald. ICOOKKKEFEK not employed mornings, wants small sets of books to keep. Call Mr. Stephens. Phone 3470 J. IV1VTRII TA.ltlAn In KftAkVMnlnf. Ar ftf. t flee work by young man of clean habits, ons years experience, uood referencea. .Aaaress F. 73. rare Herald. EXl'KKIKNCED accountant, thorough man j ufacturing lines and wholesale: executive ex t perlence. health good, married, age thlrty ! three, desires poslfJon with going concern with opportunities for advancement- Refer ences. Write. Mack. Herald. NORTH Texaa lawyer of 15 years exper ience. 11 years of age. good trial lawyer, of good character and who can give the best of reference, desires Kl Paso connection, either partnership or salary about the first of the year. Address O 22. care Herald. YOUNG MAN. 28. American. Protestant. 8 years' experience R. R. clerical work, good health, at present employed, wants make change. Can faralah first class reference. Wants permanent position office or outside work- Good with typewriter. Write A. P. M. rare Herald- Situations Wanted Female WlfeN want Mexican wash woman! Ph. 23S). PRACTICAL nurse, excellent references. Terms Sl-Ss per day. Phone 64)48. WANTED Washing and Ironing, work guar ante.1. Phone 2573 J Wanted Money. WANTED J4ee at once, same to be paid 820 per month, ample security. Write G 83. Herald. WANTED To borrow SIM on three lou I worth 81e for one year. Address 298 care I Herald. I Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT on shares an alfalfa farm. Cood reference. Write C. H. cate Herald. WANT TO LEASE ranch to accommodate from 500 to ISO cattle. West Texas. Xew Mexico, or Arlsona. Address M. K. Wright, 3601 La Lux St.. El Paso. Texaa Wanted Board and Rooms. YOUNG MAN wishes room and board In a healthy family. Price not to exceed 825 per month. Address G. 79. care Herald. Wanted Bids. PROPOSALS FOR DEPOSIT OF SCHOOL FUNDS. Bids will be received bv the Trustees of the El Paso Independent School District, at their office In the Bailer School, in El Paso. Texas, uo to Tuesday, the 19th dav of Oc tober. A D.. 1915. from hanklnr instltu tiona. private or Incomorated. desirtns: ta become treasurer and denosltorr of the school funds of the El Paso Indenendent S.(uit Ttlatrl 1 tttr- th. Mi.nln. vhMil vjir f Contract for deoosit of funds will be award- I ed to the banking Institution offerinc: sat isfactory bond and best hid on averare dailv balances- Each hldder Is Invited to state terms uton which It will cash war rants in payment of teachera' salaries and other school -warrants, in the absence of funds to meet such warrants, statins: what rate of interest will be reaulred to carry such temporary overdraft Tlr order of the Board of Trustees. F. E. Sawyer. Assistant Secretary. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at office of Mrs. Carl Price, secretary board of school trustees, school district. Dona Ana County. New Mexico, on or before 10 a. m. Novem ber 16. 1915. for the erection and comple tion of the school building located in Beriao. X. Mex. Plans and spociflearioas caB be obtained at the office of Trost & Trost. architects. Mil's Bldg.. El Paso. Texas. Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified check for five per cent tS per cent) of the amount of the bid made payable to Mrs. Carl Price, as a guarantee that the con tractor will enter Into a contract for the con struction of the building and furnish & surety bond satisfactory to the board. If awarded to them. . The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. LEGAL NOTICE. BE IT RESOLVED BT THE CITT COUN CIL OF THE CITT OF EL PASO: That the Cttr Clerk be and herebr Is di rected to advertise for bids for the con struction of a nammnt on Xevsda street ! from' the intersection of the east line of St vrain street to tne west line ox nxni avenue Said pavement in all respects to conform with the specifications therefor prepared hv the City Engineer, and nos on file in his office, which said soerlflcatlons have been annroved by this Council. Said ad vertisement shall annear in each Issue of the official paper n hlch appears during the ten 110) davs prior to the 38th day oC Oc tober. 1915. All bids must be sealed and eacb be accompanied bv a certified cheek in the sum of one thoussnd (Sl.000.00l dol lars, payable to the Mayor of the City of Kl Paso, and which shall become the prop erty or the City tn the event that the bid der. If successful, does not within ten (10 days of the acceptance of his bid. enter Into a contract with the City of El Paso to com plete said pavement in accordance with said speclticstlons within two months from the time of th slcninir of the contract AU bids must be filed with the City Clerk on or before ten M0 oclock a. m. the 38th day of October. 1S15. The City of Bl Paso reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Passed and approved this, the 14th day of October. 1916. Tom Lea. Mayor. Wanted Miscellaneous. WANTED baseburaer. must be In good con dition and cheap. Phone 3540 J. WANTED Second Phone 5113. hand sewing machine. WANTED Two second hand pool tables and accessories, good condition. Harry E. Jones. Hanover. X. M ' For Rent Homes Furnished. 3 ROOM furnished house 808 Texaa FURNISHED house for rent 5 rooms and porch. 312 X Stanton. Phone 1162. IN GRAND VIEW, for sale, four rooms fur nlture Rent J3S. Apply 317 Texss St EHiIIT room n.tt house on Montana neli furnished for rent Phone 1025. For Rent Housei Famished. OPPORTUNITY, ll-l E. Wyoming, four nice rooms and sleeping porch. Furniture must be sold. 8 KOO.M furnished house with large sleeping porches, most desirable location in city. 'Phone . 1T Montana. HALF of room house, bath, pantry. steeping porcn. separaie yaros. ,m. x.- For Rent Homes Unfurnished. FOK RENT Large homey house Sis month. Phone Dr E. D Strong. 277 or 1577. i 2 i-SSL- jz:? gas stove and heater. Servants quarters. Bent for the winter. Address P. O. B. 15. For Rent Apartments Furnished. I FLATO apartments and rooms. j Fl'RN'ISHED apartment 55. Slf-Wost MIs- . -.,- ; ii. x ww .. I .,.. ,-,. . -. kitchen and i vK-iia bath Phone US. 5 ROOM flat tarnished, lights, water Phone 411 W. ssc ' 4 ROOM furnished apartment. Panns Court, S55. Phone 5 J. after i. FOUR and two room apartments; no cfatl' dren. Phone i4M, 7M N. Stanton. COLORADO APTS. z and I rooms, modem. Die. Phone Test. ICI Myrtle. j K003IS. private bath. bow. modern apart. ! menta. 71J E. Overland. Phone 1S77 J. I ST. REGIS APTS. Modern apartments, trt ! East Missouri St corner of Kansas. Ph. Szsa. ' 1" J" - ' " 1 1 Z I " " "InLJrlTr rent, basement anarrmelit. Phone sl. 1 Fl'RXISHKD apartment. 4 large rooms and sleeping porch in exchange for board for couple, excellent locatlos, 1007 Montana. r-hone 4408. NEWLY and elegantly famished steam neatea apartment, roar rooms, iront ana back porches, an built in featsrea. tile bath, walking distance. Sunset Heights. Phone 210. -THE ROSRMONT" 1 The Boost elegantly and Individ ually f nrnlahed Apartment H H a e In th Southwest. FOUR and SIX-ROOM ' APARTMENTS BACHELOR APARTMENTS HOME LIKE. ELEVATED LOCATION SPLENDID VIEW OF C1TT SLEEPING PORCHES PRIVATE PORCHES FRONT AND BACK . 1217 X. Oregon St. Phone 14- For Rent Apartment: Unfurnished. TWO unfurnished apartments, modern, clos in. steam heat. Phone S24S. CLOSE IN o room apartment. No children or sick. Phone 2112. FOR RENT Large two room apartments with place for automobile, cor. Copia. and Madera. Inquire of G. Blum. 717 Magoffin. FOR RENT room apartment, close In. steair heat, sleeping porch, complete fur nishings, curtains, pot planta. etc. for sale altogether or by piece. Phone mornings 617. VICTORLV APARTMENTS. Oregon and River streets New, 4 rooms each, strictly up-to-the-minute, bed. refriger ator, gas range, shades; linoleum on kitchen floor, steam heat. Make your reservations now. Ready shout Nov. 1st. Anderson-Filler, Sole Agents. " Phones 491-1420. Apartments Furnished & UnfurniiherJ. FURNISHED or unfurnished modern apartment Apply 1100 -Wyoming. Phono 2116. AUSTIN APARTMENTS, furnished and un furnished. Xew. modern and sanitary. Prices reasonable, ill Virginia St. Just off of San Antonio St- Phone 1024. For Rent Housekeeping Rooms Furnished. : LIGHT housekeeping rooms. 305 X. Kansas. HOCSEKEEPIXG rooms 615H X. Campbell. HOUSEKEEPING and bed rooms. 512 Myrtle. HOUSEKEEPING rooms 811H San Antonio. SINGLE housekeeping room. 1106 Wyoming FOB RENT Two furnished housekeeping rooms. Phone 2657. j HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, close In. 501 rss. mono osi. THREE room suite, steeping- porch, also garage. Phono 6021 J. HOUSEKEEPING rooms newly 1316 San Antonio. furnished. TWO nicely furnished rooms, running water close in. private family. 620 W. Missouri TWO light front housekeeping rooms, 203 S Florence. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms and sleep Ing porch, fine for 4 friend. 149 X. Ochoa. FURNISHED or unfurnished housekeeping rooms. Wabash Hotel. Phone 5812. SUITE housekeeping rooms. Phono 6547. steam heat. CLEAN beosekeeBtng rooms for rent. Phone 4712. TWO or three W. Franklin. housekeeping mHt. 216 SINGLE Mtteekeeplag and bed rooms. 1023 Olive. NICELY furnished front rooms for house keeping. 905 X Stanton. NICELY furnished Phone 3239. with ose of kitchen FOR RENT One large housekeeping room. walking distance. 117 San Antonio. FOR KENT Light housekeeping room, fur nished. SOI Montana. Phone 440X. LARGE front housekeeping rooms. 1010 Arlsona. Phone 4996 W. NEWLY famished housekeeping rooms, pri vate bath. 616 E. San Antonio. TWO newly furnished front rooms tor housekeeping, no children. Phono 5017 TV. TWO nes No- sick. ly furnished housekeeping rooms. 910 N. Kansas. LARGE room with kitchenet nicely trlshed very convenient Phone 3833. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished house keeping rooms, private bath. 612 X. Camp belt TWO furnished housekeeping rooms to healthy couple without children. Phone 5678 W. 1118 Magoffin. FOR RENT Two completely furnished housekeeping rooms, private bath, also gar age for rent 1000 Myrtle Ave. FOR RENT Two pleasant and completely fumlebed housekeeping rooms, gas range, phone and bath. Xo sick, no ebBdren. 821 g. Boolovsrd. For Rent Housekeeping Rooms Unfurnished. THREE unfurnished rooms, 1207 Ssn An tonio. Phone 6117 J. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms. 918 Olive St. No sick. No children. THREE rooms with bath unfurnished, ground floor, back yard, water and phooe Included. Rent reasonable. 1107 San Antonio. For Rent Rooms Famished. MCE clean room. 114 Mesa. DESIRABLE room. 707 Mesa. BED ROOM. 901 Olive. Phone 317 J. NICE clean rooms. 1015 N. Stanton. FOR RENT Large front room 908 X. Oregon BOOM for gentUmen. no sick. 411 Montana. FAYETTE ROOMS CHEAP Close In. Wills St Phone 1719. 213 DELMAR ROOMS 417 N. Stanton, ring, water, free hatha. 50c 31 day: 32.00 up wkly. COMFORTABLE rooms, hot and cold water, hatha steam heat 3I5H Myrtle. NICELY furnished rooms 503 E. Boulevard, rhone 4565. -... : , r - I BRIGHT, airy front room, nice bath. 1525 E. ( Boulevard. Phone 5122. i For Rent Rooms rurohHed DOWN TOWN Block. rooms it up Court House SOITHEIIN HOTEL Outside week op. 4:1 S. 19 Paso. rooms S3 LOVUIA afeeptttg porch, close In. Phone 14C4 J. ONE nicely furnished all conveniences. , M. N Oregon. Phone 1IM. FOR RENT One nicely furnished front room on Montana, dose in. Phone 531. , TEX.VS TAVERN" rooms with bath. 4.5 up, j Phone S47. " FURNISHED looms near court house Phone ' THE KE.VX.tRU 4Mi Ni Oregon, modern rooms. NICE front , Phone 218L room, hot water, lights, bath.. NEWLY fnrwohed sfeepfsg rooms, Saa Antonio. - ! BEAUTIFUL large light front room. suftaMa w two. J Olive. I LKillT. airy room adjoining bath, steam I beat, close In. Phone 2TI2. i J??jJz'L.& J2".. "" or huly. reasonable. Phone 1988 J. WANTED roommate by young man. large room, hath adlolBlng. dose In. Phone 4S90 W. FRONT room, nicely furnished. 715 X. Vlr atnla. Phone 1336 W. NICE front bed room for rent 88 per month. 1113 Wyoming. DESIRABLE room, porch, healthy gentle man. 403 Montana. . I tlDKIrTI- wa-VT?- JT t m a 1 New . rL PB. 2S? El PaaO St. CLOSE IN small sunny room, very reason able. 616 W. Boulevard. Phone 2184. TWO light well furnished rooms, private en trance, no other roomers. 201 Boulevard, cor ner Mesa. FOR RENT Nicely furnished bedroom tn private 'family, furnace heat. close in. Phone 2630 J. THREE large steam heated rooms, single or In suite, private bath, new and desirable far men. Phone 1003. 1213 N. Oregon. NICELY furnished front room, new bunga low, bath adjoining. 812. Car and Jltne line. Xo sick. Phone 4438 J. NICELY furnished room adjoining bath, pri vate home, gentlemen preferred. Phone 6612 R. IS MINUTE'S WALK from postofflce. two bed roosM suitable 3 or 4 gentlemen, ad Jeinlug bath, hot water always, furnace heat, sleeping porch. Will rent separately. Phone 2176 W. For Rent Rooms and .Board. ROOMS and board 320 month. Room Wabash Hotel. 258 Pledraa. ROOM and board 35.50 279 M. per week. Phone NICELY famished front bedroom in private family, board If desired. Phone 6166 J. ROOM and board on Montana, garage If de slred. Phone 6127. ROOM and board for two young- men. SS month. Phone 6872. TABLE board, home cooking, also bright. airy bedroom. 1S26 K. Boulevard. LARGE rooms, first class board. 1801 North Stanton. Phone 1476. SELECT BOARD at reasonable Montana. Phone 6458 IV. rate. J12 GOOD table board, rooms. Mrs. "Washburn. 405 Prospect. Phone 2947. ROOM and board. Mrs. Depew. 702 Myrtle. Phone 5138 J. UU NORTH EL PASO STREET. nicoToom and board for gentlemen. Phone 2J73. BEST BOOMS with sleeping porches and board. 1310 X. Oregon. Phono 673. FURNISHED rooms, running water, furnace hear, sleeping porch, board. 212 W. BJo Grande. NEWLY furnished room In private home. couple or gentleman, board. 1123 E. Bio Grande. Phone 6612 S. ONE young- lady convalescent may secure board and sleeping porch. In private home In Highland park; reasonable. Telephone VON BRTESEN-S SANATORIUM, for con valescents on Ft. BHss car Une away from city dust and heat Trained nurss in charge. Home cooking. Rates 310 to 315 per week. Phone 1874. ,-, JjfeffrrStprc qd Offices. FOB RENT Two desirable offices. Elevator service, light, steam heat. Apply Sunt. Her alo building. EIGHT STORE ROOMS for rent, on Franklin St. Just east of X Oregon. 14Sx2Sii ft 323 4 to 345 per ma See R. A. Ainsa. 200 S. - For Rent MaceDancons. HOTEL for rent. P. O. box 267. Las Cruces. - For Safe Automobiles Wanted. CADILLAC, 1914. T pass, for sals or trads fcr Ford and cash. Phono 672. FOR SALE 2 Ford delivery trucks la good condition. Phone 3313. UPHOLSTERING. aU kinds furniture. Auto sllvi covers and tops to order R. L. Daniel Furn. & Matt Fcty. FOR SALE Ford touring car 1914 modew in good condition, in dairy use now. 413 Tex Phone 210. FOR SALE 1915 Studebaker 4 touring ear. 5 passenger 360. Elliott Garrett Co.. 500-05 W. San Antonio. Phone 953. OWTvEK leaving will sell fine electric auto, almost like new. with charging apparatus. all for 3500. Phone 3271. FOR SALE One Iron Portable Garage, largo aiae. Can be seen In rear of 503 E. Overland. Jno. M. Wyatt at First National Bank. Win trade 115 five passenger automobile for lots or as first payment on 5 or 6 room Blair t KIoss. 411 Roberta-Banner Bldg- or Phono 1446. WE want to sen your automobile. Bring your cars. We will produce results. Roseboro c Howard. Santa Fe and Main Sta. (Xeff Stlles Building.) 1011 CADILLAC, 1913 Cadillac. Inter 8tate. Studebaker 30, Ford. Bargain In second hand Wlnton. All cars Just overhauled, rfl Paso Auto Sales Co- US Kansas St Pboss 1915 VELIE. S PASS- ONE MAN TOP ran 5000 miles, coot 31900. 5 months age Paint like new. guaranteed to be In abs -lately A-l condition. Biggest bargain la town. Leo Benham Modern Garage. Phone OS. REO ROADSTER. 1915 Reo roadster t&.pped with Lee tires andeverytbing ta good condition. Price 87S0. Would take Ford or small touring car as part payment Jay F. Knox. 300 Mills St r-hnn. ,4- For S afe Venides. GOOD buggy for sale or trade. Phone 2112. FOR SALE Extra good buggy Hoeco. 330. 3504 For Sale Furniture. FOR SALE furniture. Phone 601 J. DARK oak serving table. 46x24. 312.50. Phone 2630 W. a bargain. REFINISHING furniture and pianos. Color cnanged to suit R. L. Daniel. Furn. Matt. Faety. FURNITURE of 8 rooms, all fitted up for housekeeping, every room full, house for rent 1319 X. Oregon. FOR SALE CHEAP Brass trimmed bed. dresser, desk table, rugs, etc , 2200 San Jos St Highland Park car. OFFICE FURNITURE Oak typewriter desk, letter file, sectional book case. taMe. rug. and chairs -all practically new. Cheap. Phone 4449. HALT FURNITURE COMPANY. FURNITURE AND S.TOVES. BOUGHT SOLD AND EXCHANGED. 20 8. STANTON. PHONE S04S.V. FURNITURE reflnlshed. repaired and up holstered, white enamel and ivory work our pvCTny. turnuure ana glassware pacfcetL Guaranteed nerk. ot our prices Heardiar Bros.. 444 San Franusca Phono I2D4.