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Wednesday, August 20, 1919. L PASO HERALD STOCK MARKET CORN MARKET S CLOSE IS Mj OFEiJTROIi Reactions Caused by Labor Disturbances and Foreign Exchange's Collapse. New York. -g 21' Reactionary tfdencies m today's stock market "'"ul'ed raain'v from renewed labor d s urbanctrs a"d the runner collapse ' fore'frn M'-bsng Sales approxi ma:d uO.000 t.-es. The close was Liberty bonds today f rst t4. second 4 i a 194. 1G, second 4, a. JM SC. fourtn ?. 3 s, $93 65. Vlctorj Orders to Sell on Upturn Cieck Early Advance; Market Then Sags. Chicago. Ill, Aug. VS. Corn today opened strong: with limited offerings, which were readily taken. Resting orders to sell on the upturn checked the early advance and the market sagged. Opening- prices ranged from He lower to llic higher, with Sep tember to ,1.84 anl Iejn- ETBAGK GIVEN IPOICES S IN COPPER MARKET COTTON MARKET! Uf hcer Who Executed Men Pending Appeal May Be Charged With Murder. Weakness Evident in Most F prices ;: t firs- Market Masts rirm. 1 ' Openinc Firm to Strone- ! La,'r Pric flnct nations were erratic J. f.rm lo rrrz tone prevailed at the prTOure muucuis ukuoci ' to' s kcck market a.fi.uc ZVZ" rrnm .he. hlch of the morning. OCJIlCiUUCr OCIU 113 SIICHjUl UU V ls; I -- on'y delivery to finish at an advance. tne other hand, Miami Copper was Industrial and Rail Stocks. Alter a further strong opening Wednesday the stock market suffered another setback similar to the ones it telt made for a lower market in cot .txperienced the latter part of last i ton today. week, and prices were extremely soft in the first half hour of business by noon, according to J. S. Curtiss & I prices were sent 24 to 27 points un- Improved Weather Condi tions Cause Weak Open ing at New Orleans. New Orleans, La, Aug. 20. Im proved weather conditions over the Co, Sheldon hoteL This -weakness extended to the cop per stocks, particularly Smelters, which sold down to 73. Butte and Su perior was off 14 point and Utah lost niiRinerc of the strike vote to le - by te-I ,rnplo es Equipments, i nrd tohsc r gu.ded the general list r i.fMf le'v Rai and shippings a.so i. t,'a-d betf- tendencies. Mexican ie-i-l-um regisr-rd an initial fractional "ar;,np, but Kon rallied almosi 2 point - . Fan-Amen-an Petroleum gained a r"".ii L'nifd S;it Stel rose half a , o t ard Ceo'rai Leather was amoDf the - " s p'lr" industrials. Trading Almost Stuprnded. 'hr c'oca market today less than 00 shar'i rh-tnged hatlds In the first ho-- -:Ltiing cr -r.ing almost to a stand- 1 :rer the opening. Early cm Ins wore . r' pu'a-Iy extended, various specialties - "s n th ariunrf Reassuring ad i s re,ecting th- Mexican situation Im r'r,e3 farther strength to oils, motors u e improving Before noon. howe-er. "jf-n -f the rise wis canceled, selling re 'xj ti'-g' from th further demoralization v. u ty foreign ex-hahge N. Y. LISTED STOCKS (By the Associated Press.) Vw York. Aug. 20 Following- are the Closing Quotation at the New York stock exchange for the stocks mentioned i:a low 4- ower on distant months and to 1 y.- 1 exceptionally strung. t higher for September Closing fig- Arlxona sold at 74. urea were September $1.84 to 5L84H ana uecemcer si. z to i.43. Oats Market Opena Firm. Oats opened film and moved in sym pathy with corn Opening figures were unchanged to c higher, with September at 73 c. The early decline was checked at about yesterday's clos ing prices. Provisions were dull, with prices slightlv advanced, figures ranging from 10c to 70c higher. PTOi?:ons mo, ed -within narrow limits i and closed nnrbacred to 20r higher, com mission hocse demand being an important lac tor. Grains and Provisions. Kanta City Produce. CIre. Kansas City. Mo. Aug. i. Eza Un changed from .Monday. Butter creamery, lc nlgner: otners un changed from Monday. poultry Brr-iiers. lc signer: otners nn- cnanged rrom Monday. Chicago Grain. Clee. Corn Sept., 41.84', Dec Oats Sept.. 73c: Dec. 7S3c Cfelcag ProTisiens, Po-k Sept-, S4S.10; Oct., $40.50. Lard Sept., :s S7; Oct.. S3S.7. Ribs Sept.. $24.-0. Cnieaco Prod ace. Ce. Chicago. 1IU Aug. 10. Butter Un changed. Creamerj 48 BUc- Eggs Unchanged: receipts. 11.0C cases. Poultry Alive, lower. Springe, 12 33. fowls. 3c - Pottoef Steady, arrivals, 40 cars. Min nesota earlr Ohios. sacked, ear lota. - York. Aus 10. Mercantile saner. 6 3.06 cwt.: Wisconsin mixed, red antl . 4 p-rcenu Sterling demand. I wnil vaneiies. sacKeo. car iota. 5 l . i. cables. !4 13. Government ' cwt- Irish cobblers!1 New Jersey, sacked. bc-i steady: railroad bonds easy. car lots 4-254.40 cwt. Ti money strong, unchanged. I Ci I money -trong. h-sn, H: low. 44:1 IilVeStOCk Market -u'.-g -at, 4U. coding bid. 5-; offered J-UVCOtUUXV -LTXaiXXCb a . G i3t loan. Chicago LiTrstock. Close. Ba- s.Iier. $1 10 Chicago. HI.. Aug. 20. Hogs Receipts, v -i-an dollar M9tC t 11.00; market uneven, but mostly ric i ipt iirm, eiT-.rolv tie spot and Aug- i o'gner inan yteraay s general traae. An"-ican Sugar A T ii i-da. , --b in Ct- no ' t" T Ir-i i'ation . --rn Pacific J z ng . in 'h"rn Pacific I n ri Pacific L s S 41 41 U 7i 11 MONEY AND METALS (By Associated Frra, Ttrnleilm dQDlicated Its low of laat week of 167. after opening Railroad stocks were wlthoot any In the equipment list American Car and Foundry was the center of bear ... . - hiirlHtf frnm 125 to 120. Baldwin Locomotive from 10 to 1M: I Betnlenem irom j io p ... sold down from US to H- Jai Alcohol was an exception to the list and at one time rejsisterea a. gam ' seven points. . On the curb Porphyry was H bid compared with K yesterday. Tonopah Dl-ride was weaic at per was off two .points on the bi Sriee. New Cornelia was quoted - t0 Cnrh Cepper Stoekps. Arirona Blnghamton. . Arkansas Arixona Ble Ledee Calcmet Jerome Consolidated Arlxona . Dundee Arlxona Green Monster It-1 19 tu Top. t:i.: heavrwelght. JlS.J5;e.; medium weight. ns.65l.0,; Itantweuht. SIS 6521 ,0. heavy packtnc sows, smooth. S17.59Q18.25; packlnr sows, ronch. llfi 0 ei7.50: pls. 1S.51S.J5. 1 Cattle Receipts. SM: market slow, mostly steady on steers and butcher cat tic; calves steady with yesterday's dose; feeders stfady. Top steers. tlS.S; beet steers, medium and heavyweight, choice hqq prime. ia.vo medium and goad. tl'.SaeiCM: common. l-Oi; 50; lishtwelrht. S14.S18.M: common ana medium. S9.Sei4.C0; butcher cattle, belt ers. S.25ei5.; cowa Si.2391X.75: ean ners and cutters. 16.8607.3,; real calves, light-. and handywelght. S19.502C,e; feeder steers. ti.M913.S0; stocker steers. Si.2S91I.(; westeia range steers. Sm.50 16 06; cows and heifers. S7.7501S.at. Sheep Receipts. ?:.0M; lambs mosUy 3ac lower; sheep about steady. T.sm1. S4 pounds down. 115.359 18.15: calls and common. Sl.5(eit.7S; yearllii wsthers. Sto.,i9l3.5A; ewes, medium, good and choice. S8.0C-91S.M; culls and common, S3.OO07.5O. Kanas City Livestock. CWe. Kansas City. Mo. Aur. 20 Hon Re ceipts. 0000: mark.t low.. uM.-i.. a'f . one of the best known civil and I iP--?.:i:i': .medium weight, sit.ooi, 1 ara.u.;i0, e"sE'neers the west, was :0 ii: pilTiit ei ' -Cc. S.Dt . 23a24c. Oct 2tc Jr 1 Meadj , Xo. 1 northern. S30; No. 2 rcp-Tcrn. S29, Si ; southern. S2S.50 !id rirn:. spot. 35.7505.90; Sept.. $ -'; 95. S c '-r quiet; snot. S7 621,; Sept. S7.70. LONDON METAL SL1KKET. LnTos. Eng.. Aug 30. The quta t.on . n the metal exchanee tod., w-r. as Iipllovf Gpot copper. 100. 17a d. I. ct-obUc. 109. Tp". t:7-l. 15s. I.1, d ;t. 17s. 6d. frp'!tr. 140. 10s. MEXICANMONEY. Kacioualea, 2Sc Loridres. 35c. S'ste bUls. SetOc Mexican gold, 5c, Mexican pssos, old, 14e; new, 4 Sc. Tostones. old. $tc: new. 27c IRRIGATION ENGINEER LOOKS OVER RIO GRANDE PROJECT B Lpt.incott. of r. An.i. arrival at the Paso del Norte Tues cai nigdt and spent Wednesday look mg over the L'nited States reclamation service project in the Rio Grande val ley tiun us manager. L. M. Lawson. Lipplncott is returning from Washington to Los Angeles. He is tV engineer who put in the great "ncr svaiem irom uwens river. In Ir.jo county, Calif, to supply Log An pcles with water and which supplies ; rartically all the power required for that metropolis and which also fur r shes the water to irrigate 100.000 r.crs of the fertile lands of Lpos An-t-e!es county and particularly in the Pan Fernando valley. Mr. Lippincott has Been engaged professionally in v ar i ork for two years past. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WILL RECEIVE COPY OF OIL BILL Tre chamber of commerce has been informed that it will receive a copy of the federal oil leasing bill before '"nstfFs for its files. The bill will be atai'.aDle. manager Karl it Rob cr's said Wednesday, to all persons interested in oil. The chamber also will receive for its f'les all treasurv department nuh- licaifons in future. These reports and Cattle Relcelpts. 17.000 market lower. Steers.. S9.OO01S.S5; heifers, 3C.1S914.M; cows. S6.00ei!.2F: calves. (15.00917.00: stockers. S7.M91L35. Sheep Receipts. 6000: market lower. Lambs. S12.350 17.75; ewes. j!m01-M. Denver Livestock. Close. -i-Sf'- olo A,w- 20 Cattle Rech.tr. :.mar,t't T. Beef steers. S10.M 014.00: cows and heifers. S7.M0t.25: yfZiTI ??a leeders. 37.90910-5O; carves. 12.00. """-TReelPts. 200; market 35c to 50c lower Ton. 511.85: halk mstaitw Sheep Receipt.. 60M: market steady to -'-"". inner lamoc, S7.509S.25. ea?y. Larata. Sf: 113.75011. 00; ew U. S. Red Cross Mission Aids Greek Orphanages Salonika. Greece. Ang. 20. The American Red Cross has sent , . mis?ion to visit a number of Greek ?KS.aM5.? w,th a Tiew to helping e he commission, headed by Mrsses Clonary and Currier, already !", inspected the instiations at Sa lonika, Cavalla and PravUhta. where there are housed many orphans whose ?h. , !T kilIed or di during 'ion oi aiaceaonia. ..rpn,anmBes on " Khlo and Hun rvMioer Howe Sound Jerome Verde Xacoxari Slagma Chief Magma Miami Consolidated New Cornelia Ray Hercules fnlted Eastern Superior Boston Verde Extension Verde Combination Cosden Gadsden Cresson Heda Iron Cap Porphyry Okmulgee Silver Kinr T.nn Ranrosd Stocks. St. Paul Canadian Pacific Pennsylvania Chesapeake Ohio Baltimore A Ohio New York Central Southern Railway Erie Iaaastrtal MorKs. American Sugar Republic American Car Foundry American Can American Locomotive Baldwin Locomotive Bethlehem Steel Lackawanna - lildvate Crucible Industrial Alcohol Goodrich V. S. Rubber Central Leather '. General Motors Stndebaker Westinghouae --- Listed Copper Stocks. American Smelter Chlno rtah Miami Nevada . Ray Butt Chile Kennecott Shattuck New York Oils. Mexican Petroleum Pan-American . Texas Oil ' 75 SO SO H 35 0 i 0 11-10 45 0 55 35 0 39 5 S 34 0 2i :X0 4t0 b 30 4 42 0 42 S0 7-l oe io 4 0 20 5 0 H 12HM 14 10 1 210 H 1,0 15-10 !l I der the final figures of yesterday. nnenlnr bid. were October. 830.47 December. 830.13; January. J39.38. March. 830.37: Ma 831.35 The continued weakness of the foreign exchange market caused increased selling and late In the morning tne active rounw were 61 to 55 points under the closing level of yestedday. New Oilcans reports of impending labor trouble in the stel industry increased the disposition to e 11 to that at 1 clock the decline was widened to 59 to 68 points. , Spot cotton quiet. 50 points lower. Sales on the spot. 722: to arrive, none. Lw mlaaiing, r se; miaauns. iw.u; wu middling. S21 13. receipts. 2682: stocks. 318 34C Cotton futures closed steady Tues day at a net advance of 87 to 99 points cause he th- ugh' Wilde had won. Wb closing bids: Oct. J30.S1: Dec. $30.55; Jan. 330.57 March .30 53 May 30.oo. Cotton Futures. Close. New Tork. Aug. 20 Cotton futures closed steady: October. 830 20; December. 330.47: January. 830.37. March. 30.49. May, 830.45. Bid Asked El Paso Burkbumett 7.25 7.25 El Paso Ranger 63 .70 Erma Marie I- -0 Giant Duke 1100 ; Hueco Ranger 1 90 2.:S Imperial Oil 1-15 I. X. L. 4 50 6.50 Jaggers Wallace 1.35 . 1.75 King Eight 2 50 4.50 Ocean 1.77tj l.s. Prudential Pet, SO 1.50 Ranger Burk i 90 1.95 Ranger Central 1 30 1 i0 Royal Duke 12.00 Sliver Cycle 1 72H 1.72H Sunrhlne .90 T.xa. Control 25 .75 Weimar ., 1.70 2 00 Delta . J,i Ulle. France, Aus. J. (French Wireless Service). Evidence adduced before the. French military court in quiring into crimes committed by Ger man during the occupation indicates a charge of murder may be brought against von Ileinrieh, a former mili Ury governor of Lille. Mme. Jacques and lime. Martens widows of men shot by the Germans, Chinese Claim Japs Provoked ClashJulyl9 Japs Aggressors In Chang Chun, Manchuria, Af fair, Report Indicates. Pelt-in, China. Aug. 20. (By the As sociated Press). The official report of the Chinese government regarding the clash between Japanese and Chin ese soldiers on July Id at Chang Chun. Manchuria, it Is said tn govern ment circles, indicates the Japanese provoked the trouble. The Chinese claim the fact that Japanese soldiers forced an entry in- Oil and Mining OIL LEAM XI LAN KM al Ellis Bros. Prnt lng Co Stock certificates and seals. BHi PKOFITs IN Oil Ground flooc op portunities in Childress county. Texas drilling ar.d commercial leases; loTeatlgate. N S Mitchell. Childress. Tex. WANT to buy P.anger Central. King and Ranger Bark oil stock at reasons b'e price D. J. 107 EL San Antonio St.. El Paso. OIL LANDS. I will locate parties of S men on 1 sec tion at Slso per section In the Tamplco oil fields of New Mexico, close to railroad and water. J. S Clari.. Box Las Help Wanted Female WANTED Good cook for wag, would consider a i Ma honey. 15 X. Florence WANTED- M ("hrittun Yr . washing, trun "S41W s or aged or per, four neay ' it tent mi-! h ri"-h good w , " - Tfaur-M Help Wanted Male WANTED An experienced scda dispenser. t'nlon Drug Co HKMT class cook for - -if-:-rla. Apply Sanitary Farm. 4 E Pan Antocio WANTED Young man as a "hipping c!-rK. 1S Texas St. a alters wanted. Apply Pu , COOKS at v-w-k raf HINTED T-tyA truck dntr for milk rout- Apnlv SlS Piedr: testified Tuesday that after sentence ! to the Chinese military encampment - WANTED-vew. .ryboj ;h wheeL High- . I , . . HitI Drug Mrr Ph. 4S1. ..1S4H .. 43 .. 70S 23. ...14 81 ...120. ...4 ... stH .. .loofc ... TH ... 7 ... 47H ...114 ...M3 ... 71 ...11-i ... 88 ...:i4H ... ... 51H PIGEONS CVHBV LETTERS. Junction City. Kas . Auk. 19. A large number of carrier pigeons from Camp Pun st on were taken to Sal ma. where, after business men nan writ ten letters to Junction Citv business men. the birds were released. of death had been passed on their hus bands, von Helnrich authorised their lawyers to appeal to the German em peror While the appeal was being made von Helnrich. it was declared, ordered that the men be executed and they were shot 4 hours later. Charge Deportation of Glrlv. The court also has heard evidence against von SSoelne. former quarter master general at Charlevllle. It has been testified that he was responsible for th deportation of girls from Lille in 191. Dr. Van Henverhnv, a resident of Fives, near Lille, told the court that his 19 year old son, was killed with a bayonet by a German soldier on or ders of Capt. Himmen Le Blafre. The doctor testified further that the can tain, the German governor of Lille and the German frovemment of Ron baix were responsible for the tortur ing of French youths In German work camps. The court also is inauiring into the case of Lieut. Boysel von Grranltx. charged with the attempted murder of Abbe Hall in ck. of Marcq-En Ba rouL It is declared that the officer, while drunk, stabbed the priest, m whose house he was living. Afterward he smashed the furniture and stole some moner. snwa Li.ory wzC -ftS-ov.o. I WANTED Hf !S years. must pek Chinese report says 18 Japanese were ' snanuh ,-n.i Ernt'h 614 s Santa Ft killed and 17 wounded and 12 Chinese! WANTED ll around g'aiicr were killed and 14 wounded. One hun- for . hour- rsmth western sash fc Door dred Chinese soldiers are missing but if" Phoenix. Ar-z. It is believed many of them fled and wanted Ad t.r using solicitor. rear to return. comrr. I-- slon. for T-eek s qu ck work. Border Ad vertising Arn--v 31: Herald Bldg. FIRE TO KILL 3IOSOITITOS SET FIRE TO RESIDENCE A mosquito smudge set fire to a bed at the residence of E. E. Sellings. 3920 Chester street, at 11 oclock Tuesday nignt. sugnt damage was done. The Japanese embassy at Washing ton nnnni)nfr1 fht Chinese trovern- mont a result nf the incident at!0r'KOn Chang-Chun, had dismissed from of fice three leaders of the Chinese sol- W ANTED American truck driver r- tween age of Is and 22- Apply 606 N- BARBER want M at Harnita. N M . gir wck. Write W AN rti- keen-r part. E 14 WANTED 1000 HOlEWH l-S to visit our and st e.- - tore needed lor the hc-ne. i. is good BIO GRANDE FLKNITURE CO. 109-11 F Stm'on S Ph.- . WANTED i J i r! for gcnr . must be exT"-)f net A and rj work light but pond memorj tion to business iery essenti..' Kid WANTED iood roltahl- M x mast speak Ergh-h, ac " . and kep rmll house for or in house n!jrht or Am'- rai Take Hirh'.-ri pirk ca- ez c'' man. rotr. tvo tiocks north. Z Phi S- Situations WantecJ Male Fl" KNIT I RE of i rooms -porch. diidd into 4 apts , gocd r n Ph 7"4 JAPANESE f r" cla co. " rancy pas'ry w -k. trams p dre G F 11 IS S. Stntoo THOROIGHLY etnerlenced n hardware and furnltur mat i itlon in citv no health er. ' T M7. nrf H-n'd Bst of BOOKKEEPER ACCOINTANT ficlent. ex'.nso xperi-n qualifications, employexl bu: des - wire J. U. suitable conrwtifn. confider. " requested Ad-!-'--' L ll'i ra- H ante S"0 diers and had reorimanded the gfner-'e- nn e.mA1.9l nf TTfrln nrnvtnrp ThBiCDOK for R. R hot e . on Of town must TRnttAr r.HI.Y , mnrn H, statement said the clash was provoked J he ood mat cutter. $70 month, board , office trtountar' with 12 t by the Chinese. Who fired upon the1 room, tryn-portatlon furnish.. in- , ence wlsh-s pesl'ion lth rp Japanese. 5 Dedal fionces TeL 3910- 503 S. Florence St.. El Paso. Tex. A SELECT SCHOOL For Mexican Toung Men and Boys. Reguar Graded and High School Course. Also Spanish Commercial. Gymnasium. BibI. Theological. Music and night classes for business people and employes. Boa nl ers and day pupils received. Ladles re ceived in night classes and special courses. Sixth year opens September -. For catalogue giving full Information a dress Rer WANTED Experienced booKk-epT. rf- after Spt 1. vh pre-o-t erence required, salary 3125 month. Call Trn. Adi T 24a. nr. h-- Room 304. Raynolrls Bldg. , YOING msn x -rvir.. ope WANTED Three good men on com mis- 1 with som- -tab'.hment m " P? sion to solicit and collect. Al proposl- t the S. W bgjjnng about S'n- Is tion lnouir 202. Herald bldg- ng to fael ln-e-vlw re WANTED A fl-st rn carpenter. $7 per 1 dr P 1 '3 rar nl 8 hours Please address P O. Box 71. r Al ACCOt'NT NT vlih m - - Alamorordo. N' M enre In bankmr Hiarnfactur- sale institutior ou!d IiV-j month, boar'l furnished Ph 3394 room, transportation WANTED Good, all around -ountry printer, good wages and steady work oration about October 1 . a-i j tion ally good credit m-n. r1-'-- Dem. J r f-rflpp- 'CO, I'T was fut. " . primer, gooa wapes ana kmuj oi lu amfcinnn. tJ . M right man. Carr.zozo Outlook. Carrtxoro. ! "T ' ourr) LflKreuee ReynnM. B. President. ' x M I ln New T r r l ri . .i M- ! Royal Flyint- Co-p Legal Notices. WANT AD KATE CARP. One cent per word each dally Insertion. two cents per word each .Saturday in ertlon. Three consecutive Insertions. Including Saturday. cents per word. ; - .i v. r,-, n I 7waart;uiio isseniona. a wau (rvr Oirus mnue me nun n ih wax.. ; fforfj where the letters were detached and j The above rate Is based on a minimum Drought oy courier to mis cuy. nvrv they were delivered An English law r-M wa man to marrr his dead wife's x.n-r. bu' prevents a woman from marrin her d ad hus band's .brother. AriVFRTISERS. ATTENTION. Entire state of Texas can ba covered at the lowest possible rat with the largest, most thoroughly distributed circulation. 8 cents per word Sundays cents per word Dally SO word minim am. A guaranteed circulation SaO.OOf Sun days; 225.000 dally. This is the combined circulation of The Dallas Times-Hera Id. Fort Worth Star- Telegram. The San Antonio Light. El Paso Herald and Tne Houston tnronigit Tour ad sent to any of the above papers with h will be handled for you and your ad will appear tn all of them. Wednesday noon should see your copy In any one of the offices for your ad to appear in these papers the following Sunday- of a 20 word count. Ads containing less than this number of words, will be count ed as 20 words. One dollar and thirty cents per line per month. Bold face U-tt doable price. I No ad run far an Indefinite period CT. P ) taken over the telephone. Orders to discontinue (T. P.) ads most be made ln writing. Accounts for classified ads are doe after! first Insertion. Net responsible for mere than one incorrect Insertion. In order to give time for nroner classi fication It is necessary to dose The Herald ::: o i ... 2 ... 17 ... 23 ... 244 ... 22H ... 5Ti ...14 ...It ...10S ...250 OIL QUOTATIONS. Tons quotations fcralsfced dally by J. & Cartlss & Co- Hotel ShMdoo. Lanlr Horaltx publications will not be available to Vitllln iiT. the puoiic at lame, but may be ex- I YillHl J.T Li" where theTe a mined bv bankers and other persons Kf ino. - , " rescnea Irom Asia m financial institutions Si.1 ,0, w?re .visited. The Red Letters To The Herald NOT HIS FAt'LT. El Paso. Tex.. Aug. 19. Editor El Paso Herald: Referring to the Item recently pub lished In The Herald relative to the wrecking of a Hudson car formerly opwnedby me, you state that the Texas law requires the transfer of licenses cars soM. The item seems to con ey the impression that I failed to comply with the law m this transac tion and being a strictly law abiding "ttizen I would like to have this er roneous impression eradicated. Nearly two years ago I traded the "r that was wrecked to the Lone Star Motor company for a sedan which I lafer sold and both cars were trans ferred according to law at that time ard it was none of my business to see that it was recorded any more than it would hae been had I sold any other p!pce of property. J W. Ketchersid. ATTENDS MEETING OF HOTEL MEV Samuel G. Humphreys, manager of he Paso del Norte hotel, returned Tuesday night from Chicago, where he and his son. Fred B Humphreys, attended the Hotel Men's National Protccme association convention, and ilso of the Stewards' National assocl it on. Fred Humphreys remained in "hirago to take a course in a com - 2L "flIO 18 10 soon on pJolSnne1 Dd Hikes 3,000 Miles In Search For Relatives r td' , Au- W Nicholas Cascarmo walked from New York to Frisco in an attempt to locate rela-Mj-eiV ,. Re8tiff here on his return trip h saJs. ne re'd 1673 offers he counted 'em to ride. -ROUGH HOUSE" RODMAN GIVEN BRITISH HONOR (Continued from page 1.) JBR.ES 14 4 W . OlK cara go toda. .AUfaabt l. I 1515 - The Little Grandmother of the Reolutiop." madame Breshkov aa, was banished to Siberia. Fi p.-i -i i easa it Ayvn:a to lEvrERiJAi's rrzzi.B ' nrer rifct corner down, nose at t- .t. ffii.hJbat,le 1uron of the grand fleet during the war with Germany. .rtl ,ro'S ot knlsht conferred on 2?m. Rodmn was similar to the f,ls: K?;.the.2ritfab. kin the irt : oiricer could accept because American resulatlons did not P" bers of the military or naval establishments to accept deco rations from foreign nations, liter acceptance, were allowed. Among naval men Rodman is noted 2?,; Lmlxfr when off duH-. but or! j2Xie. 'f credlte Ith allowing Vi.in,er(ere " It" the perform iff the task before him He Is without affectaiton and Is declared to dislike being called lr Hugh7" as un-American and to prefer the .i,., , -"" w men under him with ,heheMSU!l1 'Samm "setter witn the old man.' in which hi. personality Is referred to, Iccortine 'o those who have served nndw bin? Y. M. C. A. DIRECTORS ELECT TREASURER AND DIRECTOR cur1,lnblIf.t?eS- elected ireuanr of the local Y.'iL cJ A., and Pranlr R .! the membership committee, was added .Srt'.S! ira f "'""ors'of the a sociation by directors at their meet ing Tuesday night. The extension work being carried on in the city by the association was tevleweppby the board. The El Paso association voted to loin with other western associations in a merger can vass of the west General secretary F. J. Brient recommended the introduction of an ,'f cart?7 -mberhlp system, which would permit young men ofi moderate means to purchase the i privileges given by the association by the a. month, three months, or six months British American .. Bark King Bark King. Jr. Bark Extension ... Brnie Lvcas Burlder . Caldwell Comanche Central . Comanche Duke . . . Comanche Northern Contractors Dixie Dak, Dome Eastland O. A R Falcon Galloway Goleonda No. 2 Great Western . . . . Donble P King Midas ....... Luekv 2 M. P. Bnrk 1M.M Mary Elisabeth National O. O O'Boy Phoenix No. 2....... Prudential Pioneer Ranger Rock Island. Ranger Cisco Ranger O. & G Southland Summit Sure Pop sine springs Tarrant Texas Crude Texas Dnke Walker Caldwell .... Waurika No. 1 Waurika No. 2 Wichita Fan. OIL (Quoted on $100 far.) Bid Ast-ea . - Lit 1-15 .ii .S a-l 1.17 , X.M 1.6 Li i.;s . 24.S9 .ss- i2Sk X.4 1.U 1.1. 1J.SS 11M T!.i MM 3.30 S.0S 7 OS 7.: tt.M 45 J .7 -7i l.i I.4. 1C2.S. 185.SS 4.SS t.M .9 1.M 22.5 2J-M IAS. 1.50 10..SD 4S8.SS :5. l.SS 1.7 SS.M IS.M .SO 4.50 . l.M- 4.50 t.SS 2.4 1.11 . 4.50 1.10 1.15 2i.M 27.50 2.00 2.60 la.0 COO 7.00 .S5 .00 1.45 1.S0 si eo ce.ee I0.75' 31.00 9.75 10 00 RAILROAD TIME TABLE All trains rrH- and del art fron Union Ct. .1 nl Fnnrl.ri S'r.U AH arrivals and departure- cr.-n in El Paso H5S or mountain stTnfarrt time fl SANTA FE. . H- For Albuquerqu". Denver. Chicago. t,oa j H NOTICE TO rCBIJC. Certificate, ot the Delta Oil Co-n-panr. of Tul5a Oklahoma. igCTe. catln. the sum of nine thoiiear.d dollars, have, by mtrepreenta tion. come into the pesesion of a local oil broker. This is notice to the nubile tbat the Delta Oil Company, or Its officers, will not be held responsible fcr the resale of this stock. THE DEI.TA Oil. COHXANT, Tuba, Okipabema. HAE you an opr,injr for in en-- 5 man b- i 1 recer-t y . . pv.l Plvtn rn'pii who tt - - WANTED Bricht oiitff man (Mexican p in w..t- aep "i h-n3 v-.. ' who can .pea Ensltiph to make himII wtd. experlerce in stpcks. ba-.-T f -nsefnl in itore S.nger Sewlny Machine excellent reference from ' ' Co. ro; P EI Pas- St. tanks Whit a' von f-r - -i Ti ANTED Window trimmer and sil-?- . Michael K. Stoil man for clothirff and furnishing Apply , fork c'.ty Crotcna Ave at 3?3 E. San Ant nio. POSITION a. t-aff c mana;-- WANTED EIo--tri- power linemen at 1 mining- company o- -ther i-pj-.-Phoenix. Aria- $6 01 per day for a hours by army officer raf d..-cha-g- ' - -on the Job. Applr General Superlnten.'.r-nt. i had number year -rperinc. l e Pa-lflc Ga E'ct-ic Co. Phoenix. Ariz. ; traffic and operating depar:-icr.a ' w, . , . fins railroads, m work witn e HIGH gr.e ,ffic,. malL canl. o, hand- , tranpertation a-' -a" line crri.'.n- and ofr-ee detail, for n(J am ,r.. .. , larre lobb-nc he use. state and qualiricatlon. Addri H-"-a'.l R 131. car-t ."r...;. V.YTE1. ALL EX SERVICE men can ob tmn tmplo; nT.t. working in Th" man's, bv apV; Ins; to th Examiner- at 'h Liberty Statue daily. 2 SO to 3:0 p. m. Resorts. SANTA MOMCA. CAI- rllfled nas-e at 1S-3S n. m Amttw WiBa'"'" eimiy nTOWMO-rr nm rf. reeelwT.ffef tM. hri .in -.r. l?Wiow. three blocks from Pa!wde ada received after this hear will appear toe next aay. uraers to aueonamie want ads raust be In Herald office before 9 a. m. of car of Dubuca Uoc ANSWERS TO HERALD WANT AD. The foliowinjc list ef nncaled for an rwers to Herald Want Advertisements are now being- held for delivery at The Her- aia outness oi'icc: A 15 A 291 B IT D 14 K 20 No Ancelee No. SOS Ivs. 9 03 at S:M p. m. , From Albovqoerque. Tcnver. Lcs Anjeies. Chicaro No SOI ars. 10 a. m . No. . at 9:09 p. m. EX PASO 0 CTH WESTERN. (WeterB Iiriion.! For Arlxona and Callforn.i No 3 Its. 4:0 p. m. ; No. 7 Ivs. at 7 U p m From Arizona nd Caiifornia No. 2 arvs. S:35 p. in (Eatern iirtAtetn. For Kaneas City. Su LouIji and Chicago No. 4 Ivs, 12 01 p. m.; No. 2 at 5:56 P-J . . - rrom unicaRo m wis -nu v Clt No. 1 arvs. T 00 a. tn ; No. 3 at 3:40 p. m. SOUTHERN TACIFIC LINES. For San Anton.o New Orleans and Wasiilnrton No. 1"'2 hs. 30 p. m.. No. j 10 at 10:39 p. m. Antonio Arrives -5 n. n. : No. 9 at 4.20 p. m. For Arizona and Califomlt No 1 Ivs. 715 a. m o 101 at t.l'i a- m . No. 109 at 5:00 p. m. From Arizona and California No 4 arvs. at 11:43 . m ; No. 10 arvs. 2.4S i p. m.; No. J10 at 10 00 p. m. TEXAS ft TACIEIC. For Pallas ar.i St L,ouH No. fi a m . No. 2 at 4 1j p m. From St. Iui" and Dalian No 1 arvs. at 1.45 p. m ; No 21 arvs. at 10:39 p. m. MEXICAN CENTRAL. No relar schedule MEXICO & NOHTMWESTESN. No ripiljr srbednle H 97 H 9 J 31 K 11 K S9 L 113 L 11C M 122 M IS2 M 127 M 123 M 131 R 1SS R 135 S 141 W 3 Lodgs Notices. Ketrnlar meeting of Harmony Chapter to. .'44. O. Kv S-. Thnrsdaj, Aus;. 21 sC 8 oelof-k. Ma sonic Temple. Visitors examined at 7-3. Elsta Forbes. W M. May Overton. Secy. Undertakers. WUshlre Boulevard. Inquire Mr. Kiea. City Tranrfer Co Ph. 2409 Mon-y to Lcaa SEE CS for any kind of loan. Equitable Loan Aasn.. W. 8. Miller. Mar. 315 Trnst 3IONE' to lonn on watches, diamonds end Jewelry- 222 & El Paso St. Lone Star ivan Jewelry Co. HIGHEST price paid for watcbea. dia- monaa, Atnamora jewelry co.. zi a. ki Paso. $4 TO SJtf loaned ooseac employes, cheap st rates, eoofldentlal Quick. Sattsfactorr -ervie i-cae zoi Roberts-Banner MONEY TO LOAN Have large amounts of money to loan st 7 on close In buxi- ness income property. See Leo R. Scnus ter 914 Mills Bldg S.O.N K TO LOAN. Money loaned on dlaaonda watches, lew elry. and automobiles, at the lowest rate ox interest. Business strictly conxlden.iaL , SECURITY LOAN CO. Cor. 8n Actonlo and U Paso. Ph. 2794. Rooraio? Honses For Sale and Ren ROOMING and boardlnc house, close in. rooms foil, a good Income, must sell quick. i.ees easn will ttanOie. Fh dS5J MlsT sell quick boosesbold troods. desir able location, 1 block from Cleveland Square on Upson. Ph. 221 L PEAK-IHGEDOX UNDERTAKING CO. Open day and nlxht. 59C-S9S Texas St. Ph. 132. Private ambulance service. Lost and Found LOST Automobile curtain on valley road. Ph :T'v Reward. LOVT parse containing $12 or $15. cbt-CK and receipt. Finder vail Mrs. UcGUt, 799J receive reward. C.OLI locket between Hotel McOy nd Modern Cafe. Initials H. O. P. enrravea outside. Leave at Hotel McCoy. R-warJ. IiiT trtv'M tpnlH wt-fer wiirh wtth en- 1tb- I itrraved links, vtlued as a memento, re- irara. Ktarn to zrzl laaita. rn. AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLE IPPEB LBV . Bid Asked Burk Sf . HE 13 Burk George 07 ilhi Burk Imperial 35 Diamond D 100 Fowler No. 2 US 115 Ford McConkey 100 Gladstone 100 Golden Rule ' 75 S5 Gold Lear - 35 45 Heam 40 50 Hartford 0 2M Jewel V 0214 70 King 32 33. Mona Marl, S 105 New Pool No. 1 105 110 New Pool No. 2 to Sky Lino to 100 United Southern .......... 20 30 Western Globe 300 Wichita rails Pet. :o EL PASO OILS. El Pau Stock Exchnnre. Basement First National bank. These flrures taken from the board after noon session: Bid Bur Four S l.ftO Burk Leader Bark Locus J5.9 Asked 1.19 .9 Comanche Home Comanche County Duke Extension ........ Dnke of Dublin El Paso Ranajer El Pzso Burkbnrnett ... Gilbert True Hueco Ranaer Jaegers Wallace L-mu reari Ocean Ranger Burk Ranger Central Silver Cycle Sunshine Sliver Burk Twin Gusher Texas Crude Weimar LS9 2-2 '.90 . 9.09 .9 L9 1.49 .99 L75 1.99 1.29 1.95 .80 1.50 Central Stock Exchange. 209 North Oregon Street. 1.&9 2.2 1.25 1.25 99 8.0 .95 3.60 1.-5 .9 L77H 1.75 1.25 1 75 1. 129.09 .79 .92 1.75 VALLEY. UPPER VALLKY IIEKALI AUTO Lvs. El Paw HeraM Office daily. excpt Son- day, for Las Cruce. arrive?. Las Cruc-s 4:30 p. no. : returning car 1 raves Las Cru ces for El Paso, front of E. T. John's Cigar Store. 5 p. m ; arriving in El Paso 7:15 p. m. Phone Herald Office for reser vations. Phone E. T. Johns. 145 Las Cru ca for rt rvatlons. KNOLE TO ELErilANT BUTTE DAM AND HOT SPRINGS Meets all trains at Engle. Oldest dam driver; best dam car on the dam line. Trv these springs best In the world. J. F Heffernan. Hot Springs. N. M LOWER VALLEY. YSLETA. CLINT, FA IS ENS AND TOR NILLO, vis south loop road. Returning via north loop road. Gltlisple's car leaves Her ald office dally and Sunday at 3 39 p. m. Make reservations at Herald or Ph. 8092. NEW MEXICO. MOGOLLON Dallv to and from Silver City and Mogollon. Cars leave Silver City on arrival of Santa Fe train No. 917. Jtogoiion 8 a. m. Eernett Motor Transit o rnone is (pp. depot. IOST Reu back collection book between Herald building and Sat ti P R R. yards. Return to 293 Herald Bldg. Reward. FOUND The store that saves yon money on furniture and allows you an easy pay ment plan. The KIO GRANDE FURNI TURE CO.. 193-11 8. Stanton St. Phone 201 Persona riRELLA CORNETS. Mrs. Miller. Ph. 9394 WANTED Children boarders. Ph. 8813W. HOME care for girt. 5 years by kind, re sponsible family In pleasant surroundings, reference required. Address T 389. care Herald. FOR SALE HOTEL SAV. Net earnings, five to fifteen nundrrd per aw, one hundred rooms will sacrifice. C C. DLLS, MGR. Motormen and conductors, station opera tors, linemen, car repairers, machinists and maintcnan'-e of way men, strike con ditions; ii per day. board and lodging; round trip transportation; contract Herald B'ds , Ro"n 311. Call get results AM'"t T 237 Siinah"onj Wanted Female PRACTICAL EXPERIENCED ounnr larfv desires position, ttfio.1 r"'."r EXPERIENCED stenoph--s.tion on or bfore Spt 1, ri' r4i Tt 1 1 r- Hercr'd Wanted Money WANTED Loan of J2500 curity. Addre D IZ2 n Real Estate Waated I PERCENT results fit m re: TURNER. KEMP COLD WELL WE m-ant real estate to - 1 -r r- LE.VVELL & SHERM N . 11 Texas St- t -: WILL pay cash, we ha Vasr- bu two story. S room resld r;re r" - " school or Alta Vista schools Sc P boroagh fc Dyer 2k Mills B'dr F' WILL bay from owner. 5 room b j-ji. Alta Vista section, want two lo- front, modern bou garag can ca-h pasment. Address M CIS. ca-e H aid f Wanted Bids PROPOSALS for the erection a-d cn-, tion of an udobe courthouse bui d " r Sierra Bianca. Texa will be a-ctr"d i the comni'rtinners of Hndjo.th c-- j Texas, on or before Saturday n'-on -- ; 30th. 1519. at the office of B-jt.e . Hardle. architecT 915 Capias R tic Hefa WaHteC Agents Paso. Tex. Drawings and ?;.Ca- vvvAeVwweWvvev.. be had at th ShltCCts' off a - - AGENTS Wanted to sell the best oil deposit of ten do lars (510. will b re pro position on Ihf marCet. Write Westfrn ' Q"trM to guaranty the-ir return Petroleum Co Vernon. Tex. Help Wanted Salesmen Wanted to Rent i FIVE room racdrn house w.th SALESMAN Prefrab.v wiih accounting"" house partly furnished ana knowledge or experience to sll a sewn- ' Ph. 31J. tlflc office incr.:on. J. A Paker Paso HAVT del Norte Hotel. ing rooms or small house. mnt I e ' A REPRESENT.! TI E of facturer of a nationally known line is in j WANTED To ren. a large manu jab'e. Ph. 4J aationallv known line Is in HAxTKil Tn ren 5 nr c w, El Paso to employ an active, capable local I with sieeoinr north. mut l U'AVTltn ut.n xZTZ . a. i representative, upwards of 33500 per year' nuhed and In eood nelkrhtwi-h it close In. north of tracks, w-ll furnished I ,or tn rtbt mn- age. experience. 1 rhw.. Ph 1FT iuh particulars. Address M 133, crei,""V" V f""" Herald. ( number Address r 145. care Herald. ilONEY JLADE E.VY. In a well located apartnent bBe. I ha.e three good ones for sale; will sell the apartment houses alone or will sell the property, if desired. ust take my wife to a lower altitude. I own this stutf. will trado for good notes. SEE CONWAY. Phone 4571. 48 Wyoming St. Oil and Mininj MRS. IV. M. GRANT, formerly ot the Hotel Grant. Is now at ths Alberta hotel and will be glad to meet her old friends and also new. U11EN lOU THINK of furniture, re member mat tne isiii UK..iJt; rutiM TUBE COH 109-11 & Stanton SL. will save you money and allow yon the EASY ri nt tyvv ior It. none zssi. J5pedal NoHcei CURTAINS laanderecLf Phone 7792W P.CMONTKr Practical translator. Ph.S44 CAKl'KNTKK will flanre norches. Kmraxex. or other Job work- Ph. 9913. LAKE VALLEY Hlllsboro 3nd Klngsfm auto meeU al! trains at Lake Valley. Wm. D Slease. Hllltboro, New Mexico. KOSWELL-CARRIZOZO cars lease Ros well at 5-30 a. m. . ston 10 mlnutti foi breakfast at Plcacho, arrive Carrisoao at 11 a, m. Car leaves Carrizozo at 4.30 p. m.. arrive Roswell at 9:30 d. m. Roswell Auto Co. TUCUMCAHI - CLOVIS Leave Tucumcan 7:30 a. m.. anie Co ii 2 n m - leave Clovts 7 a. m.. anie Tucamcari 9 p. m. We pass oil wells twice daily Fry 4 Heeler, contractor "APACHE T RA I L" Grea t Scenic Route Globe In Phnf vis U r,ni..l fsm Stage company offfe. Dominion Hotel, uiooe. Arizona. Bid Asked Bankers Lease .59 8 .90 Beaver Valley 1.4 Big Four 1.J0 1.20 Burk Imperial fi5. i no fo-nanch1 Home 1 ft ; 7S V," TT Tnx 110 fjo I ul'.e of Dublin 80 1.00 GLOBE- MIAMI- CHRISTMAS WINKLE- MAi STilUB Cars leave Globe Daily at 8 a. m.. making direct connections for Hayden. Ray, Superior. Florence. Phoenix and Tucson. Cars leave Wlnkelman daisy for the return trip at 2 p. m. Globe tele phone No 1X0 or lt2. YOUR mattresses renovated S1.75 op; car peta cleaned. Brvtn Mfg. Co. Phone 111, ACCORDION plaiting, hemstitching, plcot Ing. Mis Coram. IS Buckler blk. Ph. 191L MR.N.CIIONLA Woman's Ex.. crochet and tatting: orders taken. 129 N. CampoeiL OIL mi nir I am comp-l.ed to raise prices on loca tions In the Hueco district, township 2. 8. range 9 Otero county. N. M. ; the price to Sept 1st is S10 for 2 acres, after Sept. 1st. $20: this doe nit ..ftwt atrontta ac tional h'ue print oil maps. 1. . I KOZ1ER. Rwm 399 Trust Bldg. Phone 20;. Wanted Room and Board CAN use live salesmen in New Mexico. Arizona and Wnt Texas selling Ford light ing system. hst selling proposiUon in mark ft. furnish bright light at all speeds, keeps magneto up to Its maximum efficiency, prote--: globes at high engine pp-eJ and outlasts rar. olJ on money ba-ic guarantee and rttail at 15. one sent nn- where for aboc amount, agent makii g CAH PAID rr o d furniture i uii'iir t . write nr exclusive county ATKl Rom for man with drn and board and neces--arv chlidrAn K1-' 12 nd tx c. r Wanted Fiirnitare Kl Paso Tex rtlt- iq JaclntJ. Ph. V - - - UltiHET cdsh pri-t-s paid fr fu rl i In Wnfec! MM- srrr! Pr.U r-arn'ture Co Phone li-1 WANTED All kirda u? fur.. Christian .Spanish speaking' DaiJ Union Fun'tjre Co :J WANTED Primary teacher tor Mexican mission j WILL PA the ttn pr.ces school In the wet. Address Princtoal. P. and h.inH h-nuehn' U. I5ox .3. Kl Faio and of; f jr j TEX-S FTRXITt RE CO. Phn-i 4 J COTTON PICKERS Want 1.90 hcln Dick WE HAY niehe, .), nr. biggest crop in 1 istory. com.- now. plenty j hand furniture and sewing machines, work, good pay. accommodations. fine YOUNG Fl RMTfRK m country For further information address we wrvr Hr m Tr t tne cenDa h-W acker Co., Bart let t Tex. m,T ' ' : j ranges and all iiind of co -tn. WANTED 5 060 cotton ilckri for short ( the nrt IS TFTV n Rin h I staple, big boll: bale to acre yield, grow- CO. Phone 4097. 1 iJe!'tnd- "P"4"! Pck- I WB PA more fv good fumltu-rT" any firm In the r-it Get onr f-gus PAINTING, paper hanging decorating. Tenon raint Co. 58 N. Stanton. Ph. 1347. THE ONLY steam carpet cleaners. 9xlX Krvin airg. co me. HEMSTITCHING and picot edge work uooe on snort notice, any xrao os ms- lenat. singer sewing Machine Co 3s & El Paso St. . THE Midway Park Produce Exchange so- producers of fruits, vegetables, poultry. -"J Duitver reguiariy. a .mkiiwj Blsbee. Ariz. WEST TEX.S. M ON AH ANS-B U EN A LSTA Connecting T. 4 P. and G H. S. A. Rys. . Mona hans. Grand Falls. Imperial. Buena Vleta, Oswego Orient train; Ft. Stockton. Al pine. ONE DAT DAILY except Sundays. Phone or wire reservations. W. R. Beat tv Mona ha na: J B Store. Buena Vista. NATIONAL TUBERCULOMA Sanatorium. Alamogordo. N. M. Now under new man agement: rates SIS and S17 per week: doctors services Included. For further in formation write H R Teaser. Alamo gordo. N. M.. P. O. Box 29L THERE Is no need to wait when your credit Is O. K. FOUTZ-MOOKE rURNlTTJRE CO. IS your advertising "pulling?" Have yoi worries in placing it and getting proof of publication? Our service and Informa tion alwsys open to you; correct publish- i iipa .-f .. -; r -.-a quut.t-ta; we write, illustrate, nis daf'. -.T i s S . lv."l F"rlIPlac nd P-rt on advertHing anywhere; f , . " , 1 VWDl! JO" r.oming ro inquire. Border Ad- trm -i" n r. ? 5, ? ' roun(1 1 vertlying Ag"nrv. Rufe P. March, Slti Hcr- tnp. ,4. G V.. Dai5. pr )prictor. aid Bldg.. El Paso. Tex. TULAROSA B.ISIN ACREAGE. COilHETCLVL LEASE. I hve either large or smatl tracts ef acreage leased from THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO for FTVE YEARS, with privilege of additional FIVE YEARS RE NEWAL, which is the BEST that can be bought, and which GEO LOGISTS say Is located on a well defined anticline. GEOLOGICAL report on application. This is not "Placer Claims' Land. w. d. Gsrcorr, Phone 66:cj. 37C9 Douglas St. El Paso. Texas. ers made S5 to 310 day. steady work from middle September to Febrnsry. practically no rain, mild climat. good opportunities for home-seeker Write Randall Hen- 1 aernon. sec y Pickers" headquarters. Box 7, B vthe. Cal fore you sell. -TEEING CO. G. D. HOLDER iruut "hone 4110. Hei Wanted F em ale WANTED Woman cook on ranch- Ph. 59. WE WILL PAY more snot rmh ?r- Irurnfture than any firm to the city, call on short notice BERRY HILL FURNITURE CO. I 41-403 Texas St- Pho- ; U ANTED Engl is h eral housework. Phon 499 r'akfnr girl for gen ts: WANTED Governess on ranch for two children write M z Magda'ena. X. FIRST class took for restaurant in city. Address E IS 5. care Herald. BUY DIRECT UTtOM OUNEHS. own and uff-r for ui .. k, is or 20 acre tracts In the Electra-Clara dle- Vienna countyi. near Cauble, Burk Peyton we'ls (now drilling), and Spur and Burk-Kev wells rnrcnarin tA .hii Ht about 3 miles from production now. At tractive prices and some terms to respon sible purchasers. For further information communicate with m .!- win h shown bv appointment -MATH. At BIN X PEAY. 0j Onto Ave Phone 2167. Wichita, Fails. T WANTED Girl for housework and cooking 22t Mountain Ave. WANTICD u -xi'neneed stenographer. rH Q9 MlHt Ftdg GOOD, clean rook for itx at once. $40 per month- Address Hooker ranch. WHIcox. Aria. VI ANTED An experienced cook, only i in famtls. good wages. Apply at once li Mca. EXPERIENCED stenographer wanted im mediately, permanent or Irmpor.ir) em pomcrt Arpi 70S Caples Bldg. WANTED Wcman for housework. mu.t rook, speak English, and stay on the place. Ph. 7CS3W. WANTED A good colored woman who knows something about nursing Apply Mrs E. M. Lawrence. SSJi Montana WANTED STOVES. R-VNGES AND KE.TEEr win pay toe highest cajh prices in town. We also want used furniture of all description. Sea us first before vou sell. Our representative will ca'.L RIO GRANDE FURNITURE CO. 109-111 S. Stanton St. Phone 3M2. WANTED Saleslady, active vonnr womm to watt on customers, must speak Spanish. .-xiigr-r arwinic aaacmne IO.. 70 S El Pai". Wasted Miiceflaceoaj WANTED Young rromn housekeener for - lamiiy, aiso ao some orrice erK, na.rcu Ry :he El Pao pub Id reply state age. Address S 12. care i back ti'" of the Mining m.! 1 Press Ph i:il Herald. ENGLISH speaking woman for general i W NTED Thrc Al tock 5 i-t iinau, smaii lamny. quick seller tala-y or mm- good salary, no washing. era. &4 Texas. Pronto Plumb- Mr Mason Friday Sbelaon Hotel, Th Drey sin akin e )RFMKIN, i. rx irfadetirg H ANTED Middle aged American woman to do housework and care for two chil dren, parents employed, miut stav nights. Apply In ptn-aon. mornings. 1717 E. Blvd. WA.NTI-.U Dressmaker and alteration , MR. S. JONt H.-mstH. h nr - . women, capable of taking charge of dept.; ! Silk Krnporlnm. 20s tv Pt v, stat reterences and salary expected. The piri 1 7Z: r White Housf. Santa Fe V M SPECLL , dign in bung-.o ar-. a'-o uTrvn , Ji . Ifaiwy underwear made at M s 8 .... . - au, -ru iinnwifare oi 1 ' :l- ;.. bookkeeping for clerics curat, in figures, ab'e to figurt" di- DRESMAKING H counts. Mr. Meagher, 309 W. OverUnd. 1 Pb. .209.' asonable.