PASO HER ATP
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Assurers. Chemist. MrtaHarcisis-
CKITCIIETT 4 FKRGUMIN.
Representatives for ore snippers. Umpire and
cnrmjl work a specialty. Send for ore mail-
r.g envelope. 21 San Francisco. Ph. SS4.
KECKIIAKT-h IM1KPENDENT ASSAY
MT San Francisco St.
GEO. W. CAMBRON.
ASsAYKR AMI CIIKMIsT.
Mt San Francises St.
W. A. WILLIAMS.
Auction Sales and Commission Broker.
Office phone (91. Residence phone 3W.
Office Entrance to Capita Bide
I SeH Kverytnlng at Auction or Private Sale
IS C 8. ARMY HORSES FOK &ALE 15.
Oct. 26. 1915. at 10 a. m.. Tuesday, will
cell at Billy Williams' corral. 8 Texas. 12
t SL armr horses, J sweaters. 1 shotcun.
This is condemned U S. property.
IV. A. IVHIismB, Anetloneer.
ACCHOX SLES PLANNED. ADVERTISED
A regular licensed auctioneer under the laws
of the city, county and state, also haying
years experience. If you want results
glre me your next sales.
I8T First Natl. Bank Bldg Phone 4 St.
REMY SEIUICK STATION.
BXMACNETTZINO, 3IAGNETOS, COILS.
ru'l line of Reroy repair parts. We re
pair magnetos and coila.
Texas Electrical Supply Co.
11SN Stanton. Phone 112.
RIO GRANDE ALLEY ,
BANK AND TRCbT COMrANY.
US Mesa Are., Cor. Texas SL
Books & Stationery.
P. IL CCKKAN.
Books. Stationery and Office Supplies.
Complete Line of Filing Devices.
S Mesa Ave. Phone 18L
DRAUGH0N"'8 College guarantees pesKtena.
EL TOBO BRAND CEMENT.
' -lOmiWESTBKN rOKTLUsD CEMENT
LET DAN L. CARSON
r jre on your cement wort for a
ilass Job. AH work guaranteed.
Cleaning & Pressing.
SlITS STEAM TRESSED. SO CENTS.
3!orehcsds Busy Little Shop.
4 ; N Oregon SL Phone SL
SlITS SPONGED AND PRESS-ED 36c
" N Oregon. Phone ItSo
ILSON-MILLICAN CLEANING WORKS.
L The Best Cleaners The Best Work..
114)2 E. Boulevard.
COMPRESSED AIR, steam or vacuum car
pel Fleming sewing or laying. Du Sang SL
.c orn Phone S999.
ACllM CLEANERS for rent DaSang
X trn. Phone 5999.
ARMENIAN" CARPET CLEANING CO.
i xpet cleaned, sewed and laid. Steam pro-
CARPETS CLEANED, furniture repairing.
net making, work guaranteed. Duntley
uuin Carpet desmng Works. Phone 121S.
WANTED Rugs and carpets to dean and
l tc colors in. Lace curtain and men's
. made to look like new
Texas Cleaning Co. Tbone 4595 W.
CHIMNEY SWEEP, stoves set np and re
OtNTON STIDIO, lessons, fireing. Ph. &.
FORREST E. BAKER.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
T-. Firt National Bank Bldg. Phone 2978
R. E. HAKDAWAY. C. E. consulting engi-
ne - railroad locations and relocations, 35 j
yer specialisL Address Demlng. N. M.
A. S. ALBRO,
CIML ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Oty and Valley Surveys,
Irrigation snd Subdirlston.
Plans and Bstlmatea.
7:: Mills BMg. Phons 172S.
Contractors and Builders.
S2S. COR. LEON AND SECOND. Phone
II J H. Epstein and A. Hoffman, Gener-
U C uracting and Masonery. office fixtures
'-Tiiture repair upholstering. Any work our
f rp ia ty Reasonable prices. All work gnar-
" r Highest prices paid for second hand
J. C. STANSEL SON Detective Agency.
r.oum 07 Two ReDUblics Life Bldg. Ph. SS47.
The Ben Williams DetectiTe Agency Suite
t.l- First NstL Bank Bldg. Phone 4I.
WAKNEE DRUG CO-
Attentlon to Tetephone Orders.
Under Orndorff Hotel.
PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE Agents for Hny
ler"a candy. Gibson water and Rexall rent
Cits. 327 E. San Antonio. Phone 1(1 1C2.
i. A. WE.BER CO.
NEW LOCATION, IIS E. OVERLAND.
nn -li 209 & El Paso Will be pleased te
t i a old customers and new. Phone 38C .
ELLY & POLLARD, DRUCGISTS. '
Ml N. OREGON.
OWL DRUG CO.
A. E. RYAN, Prop.
712 San Antoalo.
Open All Night.
rOTTEB DRUG CO,
Francisco and S.
Bi Paso Sts.
204 M"a Ave Phone 165.
Ise Schaefers Foot Wash
For Tour Sore Feet.
XTLL CROWN dead cattle, horses, mules.
i aalel away free. Phone 74 Immediately
DR. 11K1B, Dentist. Herald Building.
DR. R. F. EBERT. DENTIST.
C-own and Bridge Work a Specialty.
216-18 Mills Building.
Dinhur & Grill Rooms.
BrSIVESS HEX'S LUNCH. 50 CENTS.
TAnLE D'HOTE DINNER. 81.00.
TUTORING High school or college mathe
nistory. fngusn. Latin. Special at-
It u to preparation
J ' " p i r Phone 4S59
HL MODERN Afqualnt
rye tr a Ljrracee L -
onr-ielf with the
ttr Co Ph. ,'S3.
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Feed, Hay & Grain.
WALTER S. WATSON.
Oeboa and First.
Phone Cs for fure bced.
Also Hay a Grain.
rRANK A. SPENCE. Real Estate and Insur
ance. 4S Mills Bids. Phone 1SU.
1TJRNITPKE UPHOLSTERED, repaired and
packed. Dn San; Wellborn. Phone 3999.
FURNITURE refinlshed. upholstered, re
paired and packed. White enamel and Ivory
work a specialtj ork guaranteed. Phone
I2t, rTactory Myrtle Ave
PACKING and shipping household goods our
specialty Furniture repairing finishing and
upholstering. R L. Daniel Furniture Mat
tress Factory. 414-1 Myrtle. Phone lt:S
Grocers & Meat Markets.
TRADE HERE AXD SAVE MONEY.
On groceries and fresh meats. The best of
staple and fancy groceries, also fresh raats.
Cut Trice Grocery, 40ft Wyoming.
Hides. Wool. Pelts. Tallow. Etc
El Paso. Tex.. Albuquerque. K, M.: Doug-
las. Arts.: Phoenix. Ariz.. Tucson. Arlr.
Chihuahua. Mex.. Parral, Mex.
RIO GRANDE ICE FUEL CO.
rare uisuiled water.
Pure Distilled Water Ire.
ILLINOIS BOTTLE JCNK COMPANY
10s Overland. Phone 1S4L
EAST EL PAo JUNK CO, scratf Iron, 'met -sis.
sacks and bottles. Phone 2984
WE BUY all kinds of Junk and bottles. H.
Nelson. First and SL Vrsln Phone 2JJ
EL PASO IRON i METAL CO. 1505 San
Antonio Dealers in scrap iron, mbber. con
nT tirasn bones, etc Phone 42S
WATCHES CLEANED 5Cc. HMNSpKINGS
Sc. crystals 15c. Work guaranteed. Manu
facturing Jewelers. We buy gld and silver
for manufacturing purp--Les. 2t San Antonio.
Geneva Jew, Irv l
GET THE HABIT
Of calling on the -Live Wires" Ready Ref
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thing you wanL
It's Good nabIL .
MATTRESSES made to order Old mat
tresse made nw carpets steam cleaned.
Brvin Steam Renovating Co Ph. tt3.
R. G. DUN & CO. Mercantile reports.
Paso office. Ml -Guaranty Trust BMg.
LOCAL MERCANTILE AGENCY Reports
and rating on Individuals, collections. Mem
ber of the National Assn. of Mercantile
Agencies, narry Pateman. Mxr Rooms
l-2i Herald Bldg
WANTED To raske over your old hat or
sell you a new one Fine work, cheapest
prices in El Paso The Elite Millinery Co.
Opposite Everx body'.
I SIR. I. N. CORRINCTON". violin. Ph. 1235.
WALTER DAVIS, piano teacher. It. month
voice Phone 2C9S.
Yelton Paint Co- 299 N Stanton. Ph. 1247.
TEXAS nreCLTTHIC CO- PAVEMENTS.
Best by Every TesL
Built Upon Honor.
787-798 New First Nat'L Bank Building.
Oldest Piano House In El Paso.
to, PASO riANO CO.
W. B. Schutz. Prop.
Strictly -ONE PRICE- to all.
28 South side of Texas SL
PERISCOPE FINDS RANGE
m JeP irjfl ' jfeffiyft SrSgS7iy3ip wsSfS m Usra
llni i liitivrah sin i a 1 ii mU art ill rynian in a tri mli
i rant ,n .1 position of t trumv b mooii3 oi a Sipci.i1!t
ii in ii it ran tn r u ui -tar en -n. 1. 1
'" l ' ' ' n Ji r i '-, are m rxt
n c e 4 j. j.t i iily by ja.
Ready Reference Basinets Directory
X. E. NATIONS Plnmblnc Phone St.
PRONTO PLUMBER Call us for that hurry
np Job. We don't hold you up In prices.
Res, phone Ssti: office. IK 3. ,
HIGH CLASS All kinds commercial, society. .
color, show and catalog printing, guaran
Southwestern fVintinc Co.
Geo. L. Wilton. Mgr. j
1S Calhnshua St Pnone 118
It- F. HammetU P. P. Ilammett ,
B. r. HAMMETT SON. ,
Real Bstate and Mining Brokers. .
Rents Collected Money to Loan.
l-aoiw Ms Hsmmett Block. Texas St. '
Second Hand Clothing. i
Ladles' second hand clothing bought. Ph. M4S
Men's second hand clothing bought. Ph. CS4&
POSITIVELY highest payers for all Mads
second hand clothing and shoes. Ph. SMS.
BROOKLYN TAILORING CO. buy
hand clothes, pay big prices. Phone 3SC0
WANTED 2d hand furniture. R. L. Dan- '
lels Furniture and Mattress Fcty Ph. inf. I
EXCHANGE NEW FIKMTVKB,
For second hand Western Furniture Co.,
M S. El Paso SL Phone US.
EASTERN" FURNITURE STORE Highest
prices paid for second hand furniture. New
starter Need goods Phone 177.
HIGHEST cash price paid for second band
furniture and house furnishing goods. Phone
4S52. Will call.
WANTED Tour second hand furniture, coal
ranges, cook stoves, rug refrigerators,
dressers, tables, etc Texas Furniture Oat.
Phone 497 40C S. EI Paso SL Louis Rob-
wns. Prop t t
(ItlCK MSTHOD, 71 N El Paso. Ph. 58S. j
PROF. BR.WO. Ph. SIM. 24 Buckler BMe ;
CON ERSVriONAL Palmore college Phone
GENTLEMAN" will exchange Spanish fir
r.ngltsn lessons, t'noae ilZL
EL PAno TRUNK rACTORY New
house, safest location. noaitieIy lowest rate. I
Office 197-S9 E Main. Phone 19S4 I
polished and set up. i
STOK REPAIRING New parts made an4
carried for all makes of stoves. L. J Peeler
with D and II Iron Works Phone S44;
TANKS, CULiERTS. Irrigation pipe, altos,
garages, etc Ask for catalog Phone 14K.
Hill- Sutton Jb White Manufacturing Co.
MrI.KI.LAS BROS- Ph. 7. 9 'Fri. St.
Transfer and Storage.
FOMEROl-S EL TASO TR.KSFEK CO-309-310
S. Oregon. Storage, baggage and
freight transfer Phone 2444
EVEKYBOKT IS DOING IT.
Doing what Moving. But Odom's Trans
fer Is doing most of It. There Is a reason.
Get wise. Storage Plana Safs moving.
Phone 1954 ;
WANTEI To buy 2d hand tooe and gwna.
HMohr. 209 S. El Paso SL
FOR SALE Practically new Fox typewriter,
I latest model 135 P O Box 424
TYPEWRITER AND OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Al. makes sold, rented, repaired. Corana
Typewriter 21t Mills SL Phone 832.
MAX MASEK. I). . S. Phone 1157.
DR. T. BROWN, veterinary Phone 461T.
Veterinarian and Pathological Ilorseshoer.
Ex-horseshoer of Troop L. 7tfa U. S.
cavalry Proprietor of Veterinarian
hospital at Chihuahua. Mex.
1215 San Antonio SL Phone 1157
HEAVY MACHINE and automobile parts
welded promptly Brown Welding Co.-
r ipiiili r loiatin
t' ti 1 ptr - "in
i i iji 11 in T
ll' Ti -tr I i, t
!i Wr iS
r.jVe u ai
t Cp,rlht. 115. International Neirs Service.
CAM I RtTDRM A MAM BY
THfftS HARPER TO J0 THAJ1
SHOOTS OFF A CANNON A
li mir err at a Tiiab
f . i . . rj
REflLIZIME SALES IFRESffDECLINES 1E0PPEB STDGKS
DEFIES STOCKS! FHTIEBTi OillET IB FII
Opening Shows Advances
But Drop Follows Soon;
Bonds Eemain Firm.
NOTE Quotations reflect closing price
Saturday. Oct 2X
New York Oct. 23. Today's short session
on the stot k exchange gave promise of
higher prices and Increased acti ity. the
opening shorn tng general adaaces, with
more high records in the specialties.
In the second hour, however, heavy real
I ing together with increased weakness in
foreign exchange soon obliterated most gains.
some specialties falling well under Friday's
final prices. The closing was irregular.
Bonds were firm.
N. Y. LISTED STOCKS
-By Associated Press.)
Jiev York. Oct. 23. Following were the
closing Quotations at the New York stock
exchange for the stocks mentioned:
American Sugar Refining 1.11
IAnaconaa copper ?n
Atchison . r
Inspiration Copper . .
Union Pacific . ...
United States Steel .
United States Steel, pfd
MONEY AND METALS.
NEW YORK MAHKJTT.
(Br Associated Prearn.)
New York. Oct. 2X. Mercantile paper
Bar silver. S.
3f exicaa dollars. 37 ,
Government tioads steady.
Railroad bonda lirm.
Copper steady; eleetralytle I1S.M.
Iron firm No. 1 Northern tic S.01T.M;
No 2 Northern tlC:301C.7s. No. 1 Soathera
SICS17.M. No 2 9sBthera n.ZlCK.
The metal escaaas aootca tte endet SSS.SS
The metal xehaua-e qnotes lead S'.Ta.
London. Eoc. Oct. 2. The lionioi as)
als market closes as follows:
Lead 124 rj. da.
Spelter J. si
Spot copper f7J. az. At. falaies CTI, lil;
Spot tin (lil. sis, fotores flSi.
rift: I.OC.M. MAKKBX.
3iexlcan cvrreney 1C
Jfexican pesos 4i.
Carranza ewrency h. ChiliSStham car
rency not onoted.
M rno SmeHer OsstnHons.
(Corrected Dally )
Bar silver (Handy A Harmon sjootrntlcns)
Lead 24. aj. d
Pig lead 14 7 a
Copper arise hars 17 v
HIGHER PRICES GOVERN
WORLD'S WOOL MARKET
Boston. Mass, Oct. 21. Higher prices
have governed In the wool market this
week, according to the Commercial Bulletin
today, which adds
There Is unquestlonablya firmer tone to
the market and manufacturers would find
a practical impossibility to duplicate some
of the low prices of . hich they have been
able to take advantage of during the past
two or three weeks Manufacturers are re
ported to be getting a healthy trade in do
mestic goods snd further large war orders
are helping out the wooien mills."
Scourcil hatls Texss fine 12 months. Ci
: fine eight months. 0iC2
Territory Fine staple. 7-t72. fine me
dium staple. (S07. fine clothing. 7t?7:
fine medium clothing. C5: half blood comb
ing. 7071. three-eighths blood combine.
Pulled Kxtra. :. AA. 57. fine A.
14i. A supers. (SACS
SCATTSRS CIItCULAHS. HELD. I
. i . iT"reI w P- -"?" New Tork. Oct. 22.-OM.toa futures closed
reat Saturday morning by officer J.,teaar, December. 12 42. January. 12.54:
M. Lapin for dlstribatintr circulars on J jiarca. 12.74 May 12.S&. July. 12.J3.
South E3 Paso street without a permit. I Urrrpool pet Cotton.
lie was released at the station when I Liverpool. Kng . Oct. 33. Cottoa spot
be stated be did not know there was I steady: good middling. 7.52c. middling,
such a law. 7 2d. low middling. 72d. sales 1.
fc (, "2" AM a woman of education, a col
I 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. I am not a freak nor a
genius; just an average person I like
fine things, cultured things and I love
"Perhaps the whole crux of my prob
lem is this. I come of good stock
conventional, bromidic people. It is
easy for me to hold the center, to be tbe
leader but I am not stimulated. I
nave to some extent got out of my class
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 Sleam ot
humor, didn't approve of my nature.
"What would ou do if you were I?
Somewhere there must be doxens of
men and women in Just my predica
ment. Isn't there any solution"
This letter, which I have reprinted
only m part, came to me recently un
der the signature "Seeker" It oices
what seems to me to be 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 stronc; and fine
as I judge nw unknown correspondent
to be will of course work out her prob
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 dav. but toddy 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 lone, must alwas
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 savin? crace
that gives one courage to go on fight
ing. Friends come unexpectedly into one's
life Through work, through chance
Introductions, through all sorts of un
seemly .unmomentous tr'fles one ?ains
new frii'mls. Th" letter, wh'ch speaks
with a voice of all womanhood seems
almost to hae brought me a new
friend. T could wish that I knew the
woman who wrote it. that I could go to
her and say, "I am a woman, too e
are sisters. We both understand. And
1 the fiKht 5 on are making todav is
worth while It is the fight of a pio
neer, ana pioneers mwas must sutler
that those who come after them may
A "fcWr MAN HAS rriVEW MrT
DIAM0.fi RlrrS,TRI3 WE ID
IS IT A SIN Orf
I THINK HE'S FLIRTJHff '
Liverpool Demand However
Tends to Stabilize the
Market for Grains.
Chicago, 111 . Oct 3 Fresh declines took
place in the wheat market today, owing to
good weather northwest and he continued
receipts. Liverpool, however, tended to give
nltua laAwsas lit ln wnAfkntv It aTaa atsaMaaSMi
bv a lesdiwr British authoritr that any 1m
nortant amount of supplies was likely to be
forthcoming from Russia.
Opening prices which ranged from K-
Uc lower with December at M to $1
nd May at $1 31. were followed by a' tUt and a battle v.- impen.ing. sent the
moderate further loss, and then something i sotks .na sharp., c?Iune Arizona
of a reaction. chino artl Inspiration ner. u-tne and firm.
The close nss steady l&wle to c ; Mcxlcttn Petrelrani Hat liTeaL.
net lower, with December at 7c and May Amonp the war rpciiltf; B ildn-in con
st $LM4- i tinuen it i spectacular t urse of yesterday.
Rone of European buslnesn Hftod earn, t advai me $10 per Khare to 1 : an., de-
I After opening unchanged to He higher,
I market scored a slight general advance.
The close was weak at e to c
j Oats were steadied by the firmness
I Mf-lMr nrion m hoffs hdned wvtsiniia
Grain and Provisions.
Chnrafo Grain Close.
Wheat Dec 7c. May. SLH.
Corn Dec. 57c. May. Stc
Oats Dee. I7Sc: May. SSe
Chleusw hfrisiH Close.
Pork Dec 11.5s: Jan. 1 IS
La-d Nov. S.12: Jan. A
Ribs Oct. 9 17. Jan .
Kansas CHy Orams Cle.
Kansas City. Mo.. Ot. 25 Wheat No !
hard. lil7. No ; red. Il.i:llt,
December. Jc: May. c
Corn No. 2 mixed ss09c No. 3 white.
SSSc. December. .HSWIc. May. H
Oats No 2 white. !73Se; No. 3 mixed.
Kashas CRy rrodaee Ctese.
City. Mo. Oct. z uutter
Sc. firsts 2Cc. seconds 2Sc. pack-
Fin Tin Is 25 H: soconds lc
Poaltry Hens HHc. roosters c: aroUers
Elcln flatter. CIssc
Elctn. Ill, Oct. 25. Batter IS tabs sold
CWrajo Lltesloel. Close.
Chicago. ML. Oct 23. Hess Receipts.
4ao. market strong. Sc above Friday's aver
age. Bulk. $4 M7 Se. heavy, I.MOT-tS.
Cattle Receipts. 74: market weak. Na
tive beet steers, t 18 4. western steers,
tC7t.M: calves. 37 2S0ILM.
Sheer) Receipts. 24). market steady.
Wethers. JCMtcC Ca. lambs. K.:e.7s.
Kansas City LivrMoFk. Ookj.
Kansas City. Mo.. Oct. 23. Hogs Re
ceipts, lefts, market higher. Bulk. 17.10
7.54. heavy. S74?7 4. packers aad batch
ers. I7 15tr7.. light. 7 17.4; piga,
Cattle Receipts. 3. market steady
Prime fed steers. ti10.J. dmssed beef
steers. JS.:5i40. western steers. T
.7i. stockers. JS5r!.:i. calves. itMCJ
Sheep Receipts. 15: market weak.
Lambs, tSsJ54. yearlings. tt.57.M:
wethers, 15.7i.4. ewes. S 3S0..
rt. Unrth UvestoeL. Clese.
(By Zeiger Hotel I
Hogs Receipts. 1. market strong to 5c
fiigher Ton. !;.. bulk. 384jc;. market
31 1 loer ror the week.
Cattle Receipts. 300. market nominally
steady and unchanged for the week. Beef
steers. lc to ISc lower, cows, heifers and
bulls. lc to l&c lower, calves. 5c to 75c
aad helfera. 25c lower, calves. Sac to 75c
Sheep Receipts, aaac; market steady far
New York CstCen (Seee.
New Tors. Oct. 23. Cotton future
The Woman Who Has
Not Found Herself
find the trail biased and the settlement
The problem for you is to keep your
sanity and poise, to go. on believing in
your self and in the joy of working,
to make friends with the events of ev
eryday life and to trust that they are
all tending to carry yon to some worth
Not by a definite search, not by go
ing out and looking for friends, does a
woman like you make them. She has
rather to keep her lamp trimmed, to
keep herself In readiness, to be recept
ive for all Impressions aad all friend;
EL PASO HERALD
. D. Slater, editor and eontrollln- onner. has dlreeteil The llrrali' for IT yearst
J. C. Wllmarth Is Jlnnsser and G. A. 3Iortln Is Nc UiHtnr.
AN' INDEPENDENT DAIL.T NEWSTAPER The El Paso Herald was established
In March. 1381. The EI Paso Herald Includes also, by absorption aad succes
sion. The Daily News. The Telegraph. The Telegram. Th Tribune. The
Graphic. The Sun. The Advertiser. The Independent. The Journal. The Re
publican. The Bulletin. Entered at the Postoffice la El Paso. Texas, as
Second Class Matter
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TH1KT1 -FIFTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION Superior exclusive features and
complete news report bv Associated Pres Leased Wire and Special Corre
spondents cmerlnc A-izona, Nev Mexi. o nc:t Tesj-s Mexiro, Washing;
tDii D c and New York.
The Market Opens Slightly
Stronger Than Friday's
Close; Holds Firm.
According to advice to Curtlss Manning
A ' 2tok' an I lomK Firt Nct.onal banlc
building, the -to( k m irket opened slightly
stronger SaturUiv thn I- ndaj night's close
and during the short '-"siui showed firm-
- ' n.'
Coppers v. ere qu.et and tlrm ith
the exception o orev-n- t ananea which de
clined on report" tl.it the mamgement wai
uout to cltsNC the property on account of
the npniii.g lnvaior y "V II
fon s Rp
00 . ,rt fr , N .tt, that th- r 'r -d had be-n
the i riinJiuT at the cloe o Hi I iite.1 states
i Steel ws active and firm at iS while
net Colorado Fu. 1 A Iron at' trend sharply to
f C2H up fr. m "' irin a-Ca-oima Che mica.
of and American Car A Foundry made good
. Ballrad stocks iverp dull and firm while
Aatainobile lsae. continued their advance.
topper tork ((uotations.
The fo lowing wire quotations furnished
by Cortina. Manninz ft Co. site Che closinj
Calumet A Arizona ...
Greene Ca nan ea .....
Lnifil erdc Bxtcnloa
New Cornelia . ...
I North ISu.te .
Ray consolidated .....
Industrial and Railroad MoeLs.
American Car A Foundry
Baldwin Locomoui e .
Colorado Fuel A Iron . .
(Missouri Pacific .
Viraiuia-Carolina Chemical ...
Cllftoa, Arlx., Oct. 23 Under stromr
pressure. Juan Guerra and Kocardu
RodrlKuex resigned today as president
and secretary respectively of the Clif
ton local. Western Federation of Min
ers M J. Lucero was elected presi
dent without opposition and a nea sec
retary will be named by tbe executive
Some of the strikers wanted to escort
Guerra and Rodrlfruex out of camp, but
It was decided to let them remain, but
to watch them closely to see that the
"do not sow seeds of discord anion;
the Mexicans, or convey any inforr.ia-
Hon to the enemy."
DBTARTtrENT OF AOIUCCLTCBE.
at 3 a. m 7th me
ridiaa time (C a. m.
El Paso time Oct.
aUfvtJSS WTCrl rt PUP
HE BETTER CXT AW
El Psjo and vic'n
Ity IWr toalcht and
New Mexico F r
tonfeht &o4 Simda.
not much change In
Xriioiia Fair tf.
nitrht and Snndax
v. armor talyht in
TV est Txae Fair
totugnt ana Sund&
Rtiv k ainiwit t in El Paso at 2 in m
Saturday, j aercent.
Precipitation In last 24 boars On inches)
Khes) . . i
Lowe-t umik, laxt Bight.
HielMst yesterday i
Tuna at Sam I .
! Abilene 44 75
: A marl Mo 43 76
j Atlanta so 7:
I Soiae ... .
Jackson il.e C.
Little Rock 54
Los Antreles SO
Na9h.l .... Kt
New Orleans C.
New York 42
Phoenix .... 4
Rapid City 5S
St. Loui ..... 5
Sat Lake Ot SO
San Antonio . . . . 5
San Francisco ... 5$
Santa Fe 44
Note: ABtoants of precip. u 1.0 a of less
than .1 oC aa Inch are not pu Mrs hod hereon.
CemanraMTe S Paso Precipitation.
Jan 1 to Oct. 31 inrluii.e 1SU ..10 5 in
Jan. 1 to Oct. XI. inc.usi.e. 191.' ...S.6a in
Jan. 1 to Oct. 21 tnUusive 1913 . ..SJt. m
Jan. 1 to Oct. 21. include. 114 ..11 7s in.
Jan- 1 to Oct. 21. inclusi. ims . r in
Norma. Jan. 1 to Oct 21, inclusive. .2.27 In.
Water Condition. Tito Urandr ProjecsV
Water Behiad Coetentf
Dam a. m Acre Ft.
Elephant Butte recroir X2f 357 SSI
Increase In 24 hours a.Ct2 IS"
Flow of river at san Ma-cial 175 second fi
Flow from reservoir . ... second ft
For Irrigation Loahrs cantil t eecon.i i
For irrigation, Frarlin canal 25 second ft
Three Saints Dttt h second ft.
Date. Oct 2 !!,
tllVKf.KD WITH KIKI- PISTOl-
Cristobal Kejtlla w.is arre'eii Frida
afternoon at 5 o'clock at the Brewer
ciden in Eist Kl Paso o 1 1 t harge of
discharging a pistol H mas arrested
b' officer Ian Thompson and on Satur
dav raorninp w is tr ii5ferrel to the
Bnlld tp our home -iIi4
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