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Resdy Reference: Bunnell Directory
Accountants.
Auayerc.
Assayer. Chemists. MetaHurgtsts.
critchbtt fkhcuisox.
F fjresentatiYes for ore shippers. Umpire and
rrtrol work a specialty. Send for ore mail
S envelope. 218 Sap Francisco. Ph. 834
RECKIlARrS IMIKrKSDBNT ASSAY
OFFICK.
7 San Francisco St.
I'hoae ?.
GBO. W. CAMERON.
ASMVKR ANI) C1IBJIIST.
28S San Francisco St.
Phone 5t7.
Auctioneers.
It. .i. Dllililrl tij.
uctlon Sales -and Commission Broker.
OIIili phone 1. Relence phone -
Office: Entrance to Caples Bids.
I Se'l Everything at Auction or Prrrate Sale
ii r. s. ARSir iiohshs roit salk is.
0 i "t, 115. at is a. m.. Tuesday, will
Et" at Billy Williams' corral. 88 Texas. 1!
1 & army horses. 18 sweaters. 1 shotgun.
Til I' condemned U. S. property.
W. A. Williams. Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALES rUXNEB. AD J5KTISBD
AMI EXKCITEK.
A r gular licensed auctioneer nnder the laws
't the city, county and state, also having
8 years experience. If you want results
give me your next salea
ALEX L1CATA.
187 First NatL Bank Bids:. Phone 438.
Auto Serrice.
..... .t.i. ,' criTinv.
REMAOETIZING. .MAGNETOS. COILS.
Fj .ine of Remy repair parts, we re
pa r TnaRnetos and coila
Texas Electrical Supply Co.
Ill N Stanton. Phone 1138.
..... .-u.v-cir VJITTIV
BANK ANI TRUST COUPA.M.
113 Mesa Ave.. Cor. Texas St
Phone lSos.
Books & Stationery.
. i ,- sj
Bmj. Stationery and Office Supplies.
Complete Line of Filing Devices.
4 -- vi Ae. Phone 184.
Business Colleges.
BRAIGIIOVS College guarantees positions.
Cement.
, EL TOltO BRAND CEMENT.
ntiansiEB.' tortland cement
COMPANY.
Cement Contractors.
rvr mv r riRU)'
Firt on jour cement work for a flrst
Uasa job. All work guaranteed.
, Phone 3415.
Cleamng&jjresslnf
SI ITS STEA3I PRESSED, 50 CENTS.
Morebrads Busy Little Shop.
- N Oregon St. Phone 51.
611TS MOXGED AND PRESSED JOc
Cieannell Tailors.
Oregon. Phonel834t
PHONES 4MJO-41DI.
YlILMJN-MILLltAN CLEANING WORKS.
"n Bst Cleaners. The Best Work.
s 112 E. Boulevard.
Carpets Cleaned.
COMPRESSED AIR, steam or vacuum car
leantnc:. sewing or laying. Da Sang A
v, . i irn. Phone 3899
lAClHI CLEANERS fo:
. orn Phone 3999
rent. DuSang &
RMENIAN CVRrBT CLKAXINC CO.
v- i k aned. sewed and laid. Steam pro-
1'hone L
RPETS CLEANED, furniture repairing.
net making, work guaranteed. Daatley
uu n Carpet qeaalng Works. Phone 3218.
WANTED Rugs and carpets to clean and
t r to'ors in. Lace curtain and men's
- naae to look like new. .
Texas Cleaninc; Co. Phone 1S95 VSZ
Ch&naey Sweeps
CIHMNEl SHEEP, stoves set up and re
o I hone 121S
China Painting.
C.IVTON STtDIO. lessons, firelng. Ph. .
CjlJEtneer & Sgrreyor. '
FORREST E. BKKR.
CHIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Tj lirst National Bank Bldg. Phone 397S.
R, 1 IIARDAWAY. C. E. consulting engi
ne - n I road locations and relocations. 35
y r vperialist. Address Demlng. X M.
A. S. ALBBO.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SDKVEYOK.
Clty and Valley Surveys.
Irrigation and Subdivision.
Plana and Estimates.
Ti: Mills Bldg. pnone J7I5.
Contractors and Builders.
ZZS. COR. EEOX AND SECOND. Phone
i- w H. Epstein and A. Hoffman. Gener-
. 4tracting and Masonery. office fixtures
L ,-t are repair upholstering. Any work our
X i - Reasonable prices. AU work guar
er . Highest prices paid for wecond hand
.TUQK
Detective Agencies.
J. C. STANsEL SON" Detective Agency.
j. om j07 Two Republics Life Bldg. Ph. 3847.
The Ben Williams Detertive Agency Suite
1 I ust N'stl Bank Bldg. Phone 448.
Druggists.
WARNER DRUG CO
Special Attention to Telephone Orders.
Under OmdorfX Hotel.
Phones 731 732.
PEOPLE'S DRUG STOBE Agents for Ruy
ier's candy. Gibson water and Rexall rerae
u.es. 3:7 E. San Antonio. Phone 181 If
J. A. WEAKER Jt CO.
"NEW LOCATION". 11X K OVERLAND.
irm. -u 09 S El Paso. Will be pleased to
pkum' old customers and new. Phone 388.
KELLY POLLARD. DRUGGISTS.
2fll N. OREGON.
rilONE 17S.
OHI. DRUG CO.
A. E. RYAN. Prop.
212 San Antoaio.
Open All Night.
Phones s8-r9.
POTTER DRUG CO.
Frandaco and S. EI Paso
Phones 3S8-X75.
i "or San
FRED SC1LEFER.
DRUGGIST.
104 Mi Ae Phone 163.
Use schaofer'a Foot Wast
For Your Sore Feet-
Dead Cattle.
FILL GROWN" dead cattle, horses, mules,
dueJ away free. Phone 74 Immediate!)
Dentist.
DIC BRYAN, Dentist. Herald Building.
DR. K. F. EBERT. DENTIST.
Crrn and Bridge Work a Specialty.
216-13 Mills Building.
Phone 1149
UMng&GriURoms.
SHELDON HOTEL.
BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH. 50 CENTS.
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER. SLOP.
Educational.
l
TITO FUNG High school or college mathe- '
ati- history. English. Latin. Special at-j
- t'r to preparation for government
I a )mir Phone 4858.
Electrical.
E MODERN" Arqnalnr .ourself with the
ye t . L&rr&bee iu:tctrf Co. Ph. -S23.
Ready Reference Business Directory
Feed, Hay & Grain.
WALTER S. CI 4.Y10N
Oehee and Firt. Tbone -KM.
Phone Os for Pore teed.
Also Hay aa Grain,
Prompt T'tTery
Fire Iurance.
I-RAMJ A. M'ENCE. Real Estate and Insur
anee 48S Mills Bide. Phone 1MX.
Furniture Packing.
FURNITURE ITIIOLSTKKKU.
packed. lu iftmz & Wellborn.
repaired and
Phone J9.
FURNITURE reflnished upholstered, re
paired and packed "White enamel and ivory
work a specialty Work guaranteed Phone
2204. Factory 1808. Myrtle Ae.
llennigar ISros.
PACKING and shipping household goods oor
specialty Furniture repairing, finishing and
upholstering R. L. Daniel Furniture Mat
tress Factory. 418-13 Myrtle. Phone 1835.
Grocers & Meat Markets.
TRADE HERE AND SAVE MONEY.
On groceries and fresh neat. The best of
staple and fancy groceries, also fresh meats.
cut I'nce Grocery. 4 us ivyomin;
Phone 2S7L
Jgdetopl EtC.
FINNEGAN-BROWN CO.
Rides. Wool. Pelts. Tallow. Etc.
El Paso. Tex.. Albuquerque. K M.; Doug
las. Ariz.: Phoenix. Ariz.: Tncson." Aria.
Chihuahua. Mex.: ParraL Mex.
j&.
RIO GRANDE ICE Jt rCUL CO.
Pure Distilled Water.
Pure Dtatnied Water Ice.
Phone 3S
Jnnk Dealers.
ILLINOIS BOTTLE JUNK COMPANY
1HS Overland. Phone 14L
K.T EL PASO JfNK CO, srap iron, met
als, sacks and bottles. Phone 2984
WE BUY all kinds of junk and bottles. H.
Nelson. First and St. Vraln. Phone 2833.
EL PASO IRON Jfc METAL CO. 1505 San
Antonio Dealers In scrap Iron, robber, cop
or brass hftots. etc Phono 4144
Jewelry.
HATCHES CLEANED 3c. MAINSPRINGS
50c: crystals lac Work guaranteed. Manu
facturing jewelers. We buy gld and sliver
for manufacturing purpntea M San Antonio.
Geneva .len-lrv ro-
Live Wires-
GET TT1E HABIT
Of calling on the -Live Wires" Ready Ref
erence Baslncss Directory for any and every
thing you want.
It's a Good nahlt.
Mattresses. "
MATTRESSES . made to order Old mat
tresses made new. carpets steam cleaned.
Krvln Steam Renovating Co Ph. 8838
Mercantile Agencies.
R. G. DUN 4 CO. MercantUe reports.
Paso office. 5411 Guaranty Trust Bldg.
LOCAL MERCANTILE AGENCY Reports
and rating on Individuals, collections. Mem
ber of the National Assn. of Mercantile
Agenc.es. Harry Pateman, Mgr., Rooms
m-:t Herald Bldg
Millinery.
WANTED To make over your old hat or ,
sen you a new one t ine wora. cneapest
prices In El Paso The Elite Millinery Co.
Opposite Everybody's.
Musical.
MR. I. N. CORRINGTON. violin. Ph. 1235.
WALTER DAVIS, piano teacher. SS.8 month
voice 38 M. Phone 2843. J
Painting.
Yelton Pnint Co, 389 N. Stanton. Ph. 1247
Paveraenls.
TEXAS BllCimnc CO, PAVEMENTS.
Beet by Every Test.
Built Upon Honor.
787-785 New First Nat'L Bank Building.
Phone 235S.
Pianos.
Oldnt rlano House In El Paso.
EL PASO PIANO CO.
W. E. Schutz. Prop.
Strictly -ONE PRICE" to alL
283 South side of Texas St.
STEINWAY-EVERETT-WEBER.
PERISCOPE FINDS RANGE
Tins ihu!uraiIi slmv s a m-ihii ai"tillerjiuan in a ticnrli in 1 lamli rs locating
the ran'e ami p.is-t:on ol the n" my h nn-ans o a specialK mn'trn t. 1 pi-r mo.i'
nt. tin -li'ni tni' ti.mli n ortj'' on nlm'i lie is tan,l : r ft-, .,ii,iii. and
t'1' "" ' I'lm a ul t .j. i.is aie in cu. ivc us flm3 dc imsImu iitmt
i i s ,i'i ,f , i ni-" h rar is
Ready Reference Basinets Directory
Plumbers.
X. E. NATIONS Plumbing. Phone IS8.
j PRONTO I'LCMISEK Call us (or tbat Harry
dp joo. e tnn ooia you up m pneea. j
Res, phone 8843: afftce. IMS. .
Printing.
HIGH CLASS All kinds commercial, society,
color, show and catalog printing, guaran
teed. Southwestern xVintlnc Co.
Geo. L. Mil (on. Sler.
13 Chihuahua St. Hmsf 13t.
Real Estate.
B. F. Hamraett. r. P. llammett
B. l HAMMETT SON".
Real Bstate and Mining Brokers. .
Rents Collected Money to Loan. .
I'nr.ne 229 Hnmmet: Block. 34 Texas St. I
Second Hand Clothing.
Ladies' second hand clothing bought. Ph. Btl
Mens second hund clothing bought. Ph. 884S f
POSITIVELY highest payers for all kinds
second hand clothing and hoe& Ph. 33.
t BROOKLYN TAILORING CO,
hand clothes, pay big prices.
SecondHandFurrjlrire.
WANTED 2d hand furniture. R. L. Daa- '
lets Furniture and Mattress Fcty. Ph. IIS.
EXC1i7NGE"nEW FfRNITCRE. J
For second hand Western Furniture Co.. y
38 a El Pao St. Phone 143 j
EASTERN IXRNITCRE STORE Highest
prices paid for second hand furniture. New j
starter. Need goods Phone 1737. ;
HIGHEST cash price paid for second hand
furniture and bouse furnishing goods. Phone i
ln5!. Wills call. I
WANTED Your second hand furniture, coal I
ranges, cook stoves, rugs. refrigerators,
dressers, tables, etc. Texas Famiture Cow !
Phone 497 4c a El Paso St. Louts Rob
blna. Prep t J
Spanish Lessons.
H"ICK MimiOIl. 761 N. El Paso Ph. 58l.
PnOF. BR.WO. Ph. 3IM. 24 Buckler BMc
CONVERSATIONAL Palroore collece. Phone
2430
GENTLEMAN will exchange Spanish
English lessons. Phone 8121
Storage Warehouses.
EL TASO TRUNK FACTORY New ware
house, safest location, positively lowest rate.
Office 187-89 E. Main. Phonel54
Stove Repairing.
STOES repaired, polished and set up.
Phone 333.
STOE REPAIRING New parts made and
carried for all makes of stovea L. J Peeler
with D and H Iron Works. Phone 344.
Tacks.
TANKS, CULERTS, irrigation pipe, alios,
garages, etc Ask for catalog Pnoae I486.
Hills. Sutton ft White Manufacturing Co.
Taxidermists.
Mrl.EI.LAN BROS, Ph. 7C V9 'Fri St.
Transfer and Storage.
VOMEROVS EL TASO TRANSFER
JS5-119 a Oregon. Storage, baggage
freight transfer. Phone 2444.
CO
and
EVEKYBODT IS DOING IT. (
Doing what Moving. BJt Odotn's Trans- j
fer Is doing mosr? of It. There Is a reason.
Get wise. Storage. Piano. Safe moving.
Phone 1854 ,
Tools.
I
j WANTED To buv -d hand tools and
ft Jinnr, 3 st ti riuv n.
Typewriters.
itiir wVV-- V-l-llv w Fm tvsawrilsr.
;X1 latest model 335 P. O Box 424
TYPEHTtlTER AND OFFICE SLTPLY CO.
All makes sold, rented, repaired. Corona
Typewriter 218 MRU St. Phone 833.
Veterinary Surgeons.
MAX MASER. D. V. S. Phone 1157.
DR. T. BROWN, veterinary Phone 4517.
MAX MASKS.
Veterinarian and Pathological Ilsrse&hoer.
Ex-horseshoer of Troop L. 7th 0. S.
cavalry. Proprietor of "eteriaariaa
hospital at Chihuahua. Mex.
1215 San Antonio St. Phone; 11 57
Welding Shops.
HEAVY MACHINE and automobile parts
welded promptly Brown Welding Co.
EL PASO HERALD
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DEPRESSSTDCKS!
Opening Shows Advances
But Drop Follows Soon;
Bonds Remain Firm.
NOTB Qut itioiu
Sa tarda r. Oct. 2X
reflect closing
prlcj
New York. Oct. 23. Today's short session
on the HliHk exchange gmv promise of
higher price and Increased activity, the
opening showing general advances, with
more high records In lb specialties.
In toe second hoar, however, heavy real-
i tug together with Increased weakness la
foreign exchange soon obliterated most gains,
some ?pectaUIs falling well nnder Friday's
fin I prices. The dosing was irregular.
Bonds were firm.
N. Y. LISTED STOCKS
(By Associated Press. )
Ner York. Oct. 2J. Following were the
closing quotations at the New Tork stock
exchange for the stocks mentioned.
American Sugar Refining 1.11
Anaconda Copper 7818
Atchison . is 1
Chlno Copper ls
Iiupimimii -uj,isr . . . ........... .
Northern Pacific 1.11 sj I
' Kcaaing .
I Southern
' I'nlon Pa-
I Refill! ns- 78 1.
Pacific SJ
Pacific l.JS
United States Steel 88ts
United States Steel, pfd LIS)
MONEY AND METALS.
NEW YORK MARKET.
(By Associated Press.)
Xeu Tork. Oct. 21. Mercantile paper
::-
Bar silver 48.
Mexican dollars. 37 S
Goremment bonds steady.
Railroad bonds firm.
Copper steady: electrolytic S18.8.
Iron firm: No. 1 Northern S1CMAI7.M;
No. 2 Northern Ilt.lisjll8.75. No. 1 Southern
tic 5817.. No. 2 Southern I18.!8ylC.7S.
The metal eacbaag quotes txa qsjlot tn.2
81.88. d
The metal exchange quotes lead $4.76.
I.ONDON Mt7TAIS.
London. Eng.. Oct. 21. The Loadom aaai
als markot closes as follows:
Lead IZi. si. d.
Spelter ttS. si.
Spot copper C71. s. d8. futms 71. sl:
electrolytic 88.
Spot Ha C1S1. sis. futures USl
Antimony C12S
THE I.OC.M. MARKET.
Mexican currency 18.
Mexican pesos 4.
Camera currency 8s. Chihuahua cur
rency not orooted.
19 Paso simeiter trueiatlons.
(Corrected Daily
Mar stiver (Handy A Harmon quotations)
48.
Lead 24. St. d
Pig lead 84 7
Copper wire bars 17 8S8
HIGHER PRICES GOVERN
WORLD'S WOOL KIARKET
Boston. Mass., Oct. -.3. Hlh-tr prices
have governed In the wool market this
week, according to the Commercial Bulletin
today, which adds
There Is onqoestionably a firmer tone to
.the market and manufacturers rroold find
a practical impossibility to duplicate nun
of the low prices of which they have been
able to take advantage of daring the past
two or three week Manufacturers are re
ported to be getting a healthy trade In do
mestic goods and further large war orders
are hefptng out the woolen mills.'
Scoursl bartH Tex.. fine 1 2 months. M
S. fire eight months. -.?
Territory Fine staple 7r73; fine ma
dium staple. CvTt. fine clothing. 7fr7:
fine medium clothing j . half blood comh
Inc. 71; throo-elghths blood combinfi.
Pulled Extra. 48 TO. A A. SC7: fine X
C4(9.: A supers, C09
.sCATTgllS t-tllt-l LAIIS. JIH1.1J.
Adolfo Alvare was placed nnder ar-
rest saiuraay mormnaj oy omcer J -
M. Lapin for distribntinB circulars oa
South El Paso street without a permit.
He was released at the station whea
he stated he did not know there was
such a law.
Tne Seek
er
Ily DKVTIUCIi FAIRFAX.
"I
AM a woman of education, a col
lege graduate and am now doing
literary work which I like. I am
just an average girl with a reasonable
amount of attraction and called good
company because I am full of life and
use my brain. Aetat thirty. So much
for so much. 1 am not a freak nor a
genius: just an average person I llko
fine things, cultured things and I love
to dance.
"Perhaps the whole crux of my prob
lem is this: I come of good stock
conventional, bromidic people. It la
easr for me to hold the centei to be the
leader but I am not stimulated. 1
nave to some extent got out of my cta&s
and I don't belong to any other at
least I don't meet any of the people
with whom I do belong. Recently my
engagement was broken because my
fiance's family, tremendously staid and
ponderous people without a gleam oz
humor, didn't approve of my nature.
"What would ou do if you were I?
Somewhere there must be dozens of
men and women in just my predica
ment. Isn't there any solution?"
This letter, which I have reprinted
only in part, came to me recently un
der the signature -Seeker." It voices
what seems to me to tfe the greatest
tragedy of modern womanhood lone
liness. And loneliness has in the end
to work out its own problem.
A woman as sane and strong and fine
as I judge my unknown correspondent
to be will of course work out ner proo
lem in the end. but first she must know
much unhappiness. Out of that unhap
piness new strength 'will come, and be
cause of it she will be the finer woman
some day. but today that does not help
her at all
in the signature "Seeker" lies. I
think, the best answer to her problem.
Women who not only think and work
but also feel and long, must always i
seek, and eventually the search is re
warded perhaps not just as the would
have it rewarded But fulfillment has
to come. That faith Is the sawrn? grace
that gives one courage to go on fight
ing. Friends come unexpectedlx into one's
life Through work, through chance
introductions, through all sorts of un
seemlr unmomentous trifles one sains
new friends Th" letter, which speaks
with a voice of all womanhood, seems
almost to have brought me a new
friend. I could wish that I knew the
woman who wrote it, that I could go to
hues nnii s.n T am & VOtnail. too. We
' .ire sisters We both understand. And
' the fipht ou .ire making today is
; north while It is the fight of a pio
neer, and pioneers alwas must suffer
jaLhat those who come after them may
KABIBSLE
KABAREf
"peARMR-KABJBBie-.
A "fOUNfr MAN HAS VEfJ ME"
WAMOfft RlNSKES ME "15
WEA-me W ALL AFTAIRS.ViHAT
IS IT A SlffH OF?
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TVcek-Eud Edition, Octoln-r 2:3-21, 1!13.
iFBESy LELUK5
FEATURE WHEfiT:
j Liverpool Demand However
j Tends to Stabilize the
Market for Grains.
ChHaffo. Ill
. H-t. 2X Freih declines tt-ok
I place in the
t-hesrt market today, wlnK to
good weather northwest and the continued
rells IJv.raAAl. howaVOT.
laaoeu so gi
values here a little SUDBOTt. It was denied .
by a leading British authority that any im- !
portant amount of supplies was likely to be
forthcoming from Russia.
opening prices wnicn raageu own -s- .v
fee lower.
With December at c to 81
and May at 81214. were followed by a
moderate further loss, and then something
of a reaction.
r.A .im. a. .t.s.iv is.a,lr to 2hr
. iAr..r with nssmMr at S?be and May
.. !
Rone of European business lifted com.
... l ,... smI 1. U hHrbnr fh
h- --- ' mMM mmmI 4msm
Pis. .Um wns Mk at tbc le lite net
., vw . .-
i Oats were steadied by the flimniii
Higher prieos oa hogs helped prorunonn .
Grain and Provisions.
Clucago Grains Close.
heat Dec, 74c. May. 81 MS
Corn Dec ;7Sc: May. SI,,.
Oats Dec 17?,c. May. 8c
Chicago Provisions Close.
Pork Dec 1J.S. Jan. 18 IS.
Lard Nov .:. Jan.
Ribs Oct 8 17: Jan. 8.M.
Kansas CHy Oralns Close.
Kansas City. Mo.. Oct. IS. nneat-
-No.
hard. 81 yl.7. No. 2 red. Jl 1-81 14.
December. te: May. SSic
Corn No. 2 mixed. S8SSc. No. 2 white.
SXsSec. December. ilfSZc. May. S4w
SSc
Oats No 1 white. J7418c: No. 2 sailed.
1S02SC
Kansas CHy Produee Close.
Kansas City. Mo.. Oct- 21 Batter
Creamery. 28c: firsts 28c. seconds 2Sc. pack
ing lSc.
Eggs Firsts ISH. secoads 1C.
Poultry Hens 11 He: roosters e. broilers
lie.
Btgha Bailer, t Use
Elgin. Ill . Oct. II Butter IS tubs setd
at 27Vic.
LIVESTOCK.
Chlrago Uvestocl. Close.
Chicago. III. Oct. It Hogs Receipts.
4: market strong, ic above Friday's aver
age. Bnlk. I8.M8P7S: heavy. S 8. 807.8 J.
pigs. J8.se 7 15.
Cattle Receipts. 7. market weak. Na
tive beef steers. !(. 14: western steers.
SL7yS-8: calves. 7.1S8yU.M.
Sheep Receipts. 1M: market steady.
Wethers. t6 .; lambs. M.18BI8 75.
Kansas Citv Ltveoteclc Close.
Kansas City. Mo.. Oct 21 Hogs Re
ceipts. 1M. market higher. Balk. S7.1t
7.S: heavy. 17J7l: psehers and batch
ers. 17.1Sj7 S: light. J7.17.8: pigs,
88 Met 7..
Cattle Receipts. IM. market steady
Prime fed steers. 8.8Srl.M: disss id beef
steers. 8S2Sr8. western steers. 88.788)
8,73. stockers. 15 S80S.2S. calves, l.Mr
150.
Sheep Receipts. 13: market weak.
Lambs. 8S.w S. -yearlings. -ST.:
wethers. 8S.7Se4: ewes. IS. IS ..
rt. Worth Llrestoek. Close.
(By Zeiger HoteLl
Hogs Receipts. 1: market strong u Sc
higher Top. $7.. bulk. 8S.88.S: market
81 14, lower for the week.
Cattle Receipts. Kt. market nominally
steady and unchanged for the vreek. Beef
steers, lee to ISc lower, cows, heifers and
bulla lc to ISc lower, calves. 5e to 7Se
L11.M .neli.r steers ?Sc to ISc lOWOT . COWS
land heifers, 25c lower, csltes. Sc to 7Sc
Sheep Rcoeipts. aone: market steady tea-
Cotton Market.
-. vr, rs,,.Dcl..
j Xrw to,. Oct. t. Cottoa futwres closed
: steady December. 12 42. Jansary. iz.t.
J March. 18 74-Mav l: ts. July. 12.12.
1 Uverpoot i Cotton.
I Uverpool. Eng Oct. 21. Cottoa spot
i steady: good middling. 7.S2c: middling,
7 2d: low middling. 8.72d: sales 1 ..
The Woman Who Has
Not Found Herself '
find the trail biased and the settlement
beiran."
The problem for you is to keep roar
sanity and pome, to so on belierins in
your self and in the joy of working.
to make friends with the events Qi ev-
eryday life aad to trust that tney are
all tending; to carry yoa to some worm
while goal.
Not by a definite search, not by b'o
ir.g ont and lookiuc; for friends, does a
woman like yon make them. She has
rather to keep her lamp trimmed, to
keep herself In readiness, to be recept
ive for all Impressions and all friendly
advances.
EL PASO
ophelia
tBORinfe eJl
Vt air4rWvSra
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tr sHS I
aiSsikfclfc
. D. Slater, editor and controlling; owner, has directed The nrraW for IT
J. C. Wllmarth la 3Innacer nnd G. A. Mnrtin Is News IMitor.
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER Tne El Paso Herald was established
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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Dally
Wednesday and Week-End Issues
THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR OF PUBLJCATION Superior exclusive features and
complete -lews report be Vssociated Press I.eiscd Wire and Special Corre
spondents u,fnn i izoDa. New Mexii u, ftet Texas. Mexico. W?hinr.
ton D t and New York.
7-B
BBPPEII ST
illETOD
The Market Opens Slightly
Stronger Than' Friday's
Close; Holds Firm.
(roriUna to ad v lies to Curtlss Manning
ft Co . storks anJ liond. First National bank
j nBItr 9,tllrtlaT than Friday night's -lo
huildlaa:. the stock marsei pn !......,
., -,-- ,i, short e-sion showed tlrm-
rnnM km auiet anu lirm. sun
the exception of Creent- Canan.a which de
diaei on reports that the nwn .e rnent wa
boat to close the property on a. count of
. 1
Imnendlnr Invasion by HU t..ne R'
j aoru from N'aco that the rallrol Had bes
j ,, MDii u i.u'ie was imponiinit sent mt
, ,to K, ,ivn sharp!) i-.ilu.net .v Arizona.
Chlno and Inpirat.on wre ntu. and firm.
rrsleo Petrefeuna Mas ncalc
SmAnc the war FPeit kltt H(lln
con-
tinned its one tacular 1 ure
esterday.
1 .diamine 819 per shire l'
. .lin.nr .it the Close tO 144
1 . and de-
l nlred States
it is', while
Kt.el ws a. tie and firm
Colorado Fu 1 &
Iron adaned sharply to
. .
Virginia-Carol'na Chemical
6 up iroi-'
and Amerii an
A rounsiry maai iuwi
I
aBiiirosd t.,. ks were doll ar.l firoa while
i.i.n.Uk I'.ues continued their advanca
Capper r-tock. tjuetalloils.
The following wire quotations furnished
j by Curtlss Manning ft Co. gi.e the closing
j prices .
IAnaior.da " 1,
Calumet c An.-na "s
I Chino ... . "1?
Daia-Oaly -- .J
I croeae-Caneaea --- J?
i Insprretloa
United Ve-e Extension is,?
Miami ;,,
. North Bu
MS
2S
28
7
144
sss
8
31
Ray consolidated . --
Shannon -
Shattuck
U Inwassrial and Kallread Mocks.
American Car Foundry
American Smelters
Baldwin Locomotive
Baltimore A Ohio
Bethlehem Steel
Colorado Fuel Iron
Mexican Petroleum
General Motors . .
Missouri P-iciflr ?
I.acaswsnna isieei
Texas Company L'z
Plrginls-Carollnj I'hernicat '
FIIBSTK
LESBEfiS IT
flifton. Ara.. Oct. 23. Under strons
pressure. Juan Guerra and Kocardo
RokrieTtiex resigned today as president
and secretin respectively of the Clif
toa local. Western Federation of Min
ers, i'. J. Lucero was elected presi
dent without opposition and a new sec
retary will be named by the tiecutite
committee.
Some of the strikers wanted to escort
Gnerra and Rodriguez ont of camp, but
It wit decided to let them remain, but
to watch them closely to see that the
-do not sow seeds of discord amons
tae Mexicans, or convey any informa
tion to the enemv -
WEATHER BUI.LETIN.
V. F
DEPARTMENT OF AORlCUIoTTJBE.
WBAT1IKK UURBAU.
OtestrvacKns lura
tt la. nu 75th me
ridiaa fn- a. nu
El Pavso ttrne.) Oct.
ZX 1915.
Freca.t.
El Pa. so and Ticin
itjr Fkir tonight nl
Sunday
Xew Me-;ii-s F-tir
lasright and Sunda
not mtveh chanse in
tempera i jrt
riznna "air to
night and Sand
warmer onifrht in
nkrlh8a.t psjurtion
Wes t Texas Fai r
tout giit and Sanda.
THCKES THrT2r
IX3IT lS5JMTrV-C
mmxs v)tB mi jp-
HE BETTER 065S
EgrHS. e-&EVi
rTTPVEtslC'sTED
Relative kamldity in El Paso at 2 n. I
Saturday. X percent.
Predsttatlon In last 24 honrs (in Inches)
Weather at s
Lowest temp, last night
Highest yesterday ....'..
Temp, at S a. a I
Abilene 41 7
I ( I
e'en
Amarttlo
clear
-1ar
elear
clear
clear
eteir
pt cl'iy
i ltar
t-le ir
clear
ciea1"
i!oud
clear
toSg
clear
clear
Atlanta
. g
, Bastes
Calcajf $4 J2 (
CInctanaU .... 44 SC :
Denver 4 T 4
DetrtMt ...Nt J 4-
Da!ath ZZ 44
Kl Paso 51 S :
Gal est on . . . C 78
Havre ... 40 : 3t
JsxkconvlUe . ... CS 1 64
Lilt If Rock ... 54 TC 54
Los Ang-eles ... 5 72 3d
Xajshvi'Ie . . 5 74 -0
New Orleans .... CC S
New Tork . .. 4 14 4- r.ea-
Ornaha ... 54 7S iZ ctea-
Phoentx ... 4 M S? (tear
Rapid Cit 5. 8 it pt t'tir
RtfSWetl 41. i 4 tlar
St. Loui ... 5 3 clear
Salt Lake Ot . . . i . lomlr
San Antonio .. . 5 92 3s ,f-
Saa Francis.o ... 5 70 ". louriv .t
Santa Fe 4( I: 41 -ir
Seattle.. 4t 0 4 ran .0
WaahlMyStou 5 i - t-tr
Wichita.. ' 5 T4 3J dwr
Tama 5 9S 5S clear
Note: Amooats ot preclpiutiu. of les
than 91 of aa Inch are not published hereon
Comparative El r Precipitation.
Jan 1 to Oct zi, imlikl- 1 1 1 . le r3 in.
Jan. 1 to Oct. il. inc.tssiTe. 191 : ...- in.
Jan. 1 to Oct. 21. inclusive 1913 ...5.3C m
Jan. 1 to Oct. 21 Inclusive 1914 .11 7H In
Jan 1 to Oct. 31. In'usive 1913 h; in
Nomal Jaa 1 to Oct 31. inclusive. .1.37 la.
Wafer Conditions, RXo tirande PtoJc2is,
Heisot ot
Water Behind Cent en M
Dam a. m Aere Ft.
Klephaat Butte reservoir 93 :s 357.3til
Increase In 24 hour (i 0J 1ST
Flow of liver at SUn Marital 173 MconiJ ft
Flow from reservoir .... second ft.
For Irrigation Le auburn canal 0 second f
For Inicatlon. Franklin canal 3 wcond ft
For lrria-atkm.
Three Salntt Dit h " -econa it.
Date. Oct. 22 1915
CllItED AITH K1I11N4. l'ITOI
Cristobal Kejllla was arrested Fridav
afternoon at 5 o'clock at the Brewer
garden in East Kl Paso on i th.irge of
discharfrlnr a pistol He Has arrested
b officer Dan Thompson a-i'l on Satur
day morning was transierred to the
county officials.
Build up our home vai
products.
Use her
HERALD
yenni
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