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12 "Wednesdav, Sent.
AGAIN UPWARD! Steel and Equipments Most Favored at Gains of Two to 17 Points. New York, Sept. 3 Improved in dustrial conditions encouraged bull colg to resume their operations n the stock market today. Steel and t julpments v.-ere most favored at -rains of 2 to 17 points. Sales app roximated 1.350,000 shares. The :osin?r was strong'. Llbertv bond final prices today ere: 3's. 99.98; first 4, 94.54; second 4's. S2 S; first 4 's, 94.56; -peond 4 92.94; third 4K's, 94 90; 'ourth 4's. 93.32; Victory 3Vs -50: Victory 4 Vs. 99.56. Opening Strong and Attire. tl equipments, motors. oils and re-i--d spoctalt'rs were the conspicuous tea--res j t the a ctiv and stronc opening r today's stock market. Crucible Steel, hich made a net gain of IS points yes !ii, soon added 84 points to this a$ tnr wh"c Chandler. Studebake, and t.eieral Motors. Mexican and Fan-Amert-n Petro'eum. United State Robber. Kel Pprinpfleid Tire and Goodrich rose 1 o l point. American Locomotive. At ntlc Ga'f Central Leather and second--v rail rom priced the other strong -j United States Steel was irregular "hi1" fractional bounds. Exreptkww to toward Trend. Inttrest contmned to center 1 Crucl - ifc!. which made a farther advance 13. an overnight gain of 15 point, "he- striking features cf the forenoon. J "was the liveliest and moat varied " th upswing fn almost a month. inc!ud Raltivln Locomotive. American Car, Jre-wed Steel Car. Republic Iron. Texaa ornpai:v. California Petroleum. American :rtmetional. American Woolen. Worth-g-oc Pamp. Sumatra Tobacco and the f. od and leather divisions. The move--nt wa not all the one way. however, i.rneral Motors reacting 4 points and vjthera Pacific losing 1 4. other rails i -o falling back. N.-Y. LISTED STOCKS f Bv the Associated Press.) New York, Sept. 3 Following are the ing quotations at the sew torx. stoca "hange lor tne atocas menuonea: -nerican Sugar rancan T. T naconda Copper vrhison hino Copper "io-ado Fuel & Iron inspiration Copper vthern Pacific SUading -Tjthern Pacific i nlon Paelfic I Tted States Steel .i:oh ..101H .. 70 .. 91 .. 93 .. 39 .. 50H ..10' ..1251, ..107 MONEY AND METALS (By Associated Press. 1 Vow "Vot-It smt. 3 VerTnrtito saner. .ft 54; sterling demand, 4.184; cables. i4 Time loans, easier; all dates, t bid. Call money, easy. High, : low. ; rul t s rate. 6; closing bid. S; offered at 5; t loan. . Bar silver. JL11H- Sooner, firm. Klectrrfytic. spot and ptember. 2JH9ic; October, 14. Small i ?ts of second hand about a cent less. Iron steady. No. 1 northern. S3S.M; No . northern. $24.99; No. 2 sptneni. $28.59. Lead. easy, fepot, I5.5S6-T; October. Spelter, firmer. Spot. 57.497.5; Oe- nMr, $7 4SS7.T9. LONDON STETAL UAKKET. London. Bag.. Sept. 1. The quota tions oa the metal exchange today were as follow?: Spot. 1191, 12s. Electrolytic. 119, Tin 17$. 15a l,ed. 24. IBs. Spelter. 41. MEXICAN"" MONEY. Naronales. ZSc. I ordres. lie. State bills. CffJvt Mexican gold, tfj. Mexican pesos, old, Se; new. 4c Tostones, old. C8c: new. 27c Comes lo Local 'Y9 as Publicity Secretary The central branch of the E Paso T JI C A. has added to Its staff A. T Wheeler, who recently left the '-my work as camp aecretary at Port Bayard. If. M- ilr. Wheeler comes to the local Y. M C- A as membership and pablicity secretary. He has had several years experience as a. newspaper man and association worker. He has been con nected with -three associations Port Worth. Texan. Cleburne, Texas, and L'ttle Rock, Ark. I n army T M. C. A. work Mr. U heeler served at Camp Pike and a "jmber of other army camps, where ho saw nearly one-half million men soldie Mr Wheeler J1I have oiarsre of the -dertiaing and publicity work of the issociation and as membership sec rptary be the chief outside agent for .U the activities. The tie that par ticularly holds Mr. Wheeler to the T. MCA. work is that Mrs. Wheeler and their two boys are located at 1S26 Boulevard and have already adopted ri Paso as their home. SIXTY FOUR PAY FINES FOR EXCEEDING SPEED LIMIT Seventy-five cases of automobile drivers charged with driving- more 1 ian eight miles an hoar past a school 1 oujp were called Tuesday afternoon .1 corporation court. Slxty-fonr de 'ndants paid 2 or J5 fines, depend-in- on the speed with which they issed 1 he school, four cases were Msm.ssed and seven drivers failed to appear Warrants ere ordered iaaned for the seven who failed to appear and hey mU he taken to police bead barters where they will be held until . ey furnish a substantial cash bond. Two Dollars Tanal Fine. 4 Most of the drivers were fined $$2, Vbout 25 other cases of traffic vio lations were called Tuesday after noon, ranging from those who parked heir cars at the wrong angle to plain speeding cases. BOIXD OVER TO GRAND J CRY ON CHARGE OP BURGLARY Tilton Grange, charged with bur r''ar, was bound over to the grand jr Tuesday following a preliminary ' paring in .lustice J. M. Beaver's court. H ? bond was fixed at $500. Gransre is alleged to have entered - an - '-.ent occupied by J. "Webber - and taken a plstoL H.U-UAy.,iNr44ISTOD ' THKEU 3 ears ago today. Septem ber 1S16. president Wilson -igned the Adamson eight-hour bill. tnd averted the threatened railroad t-ike. ' r.r.d a railroad man. lfWEH TO TUESDAY'S ITZZZLEi 1 -'t 'd down, ere at N.tnolLun'r STOCKS ME DEARS CONTROL GRAIN MARKET Assertions Crest of High Living Cost Is Reached Send Corn Downward. Chicago, I1L, Sept. S. Assertions that the crest of the high cost of llv Hug had been reached and that a con siderable drop was in prospect tended today to give the bears an advantage ha the corn market. Opening prices. which ranged from 2c decline to He advance, with September $1.70 and recember S1.SS to J1.J3,- were fol lowed by moderate upturns all around, and then bya fresh safe. Options Touch Lowet Point. Later the market snowed a pronounced absence of support: as" a result. Septem ber at one time dropped to SHe under yesterday's finish and deferred options fell to the lowest point yet this season, with December off more than 4$c as com pared with July 25. The close wa ner vous at 2 to Sc net decline. Including September at $1.67 to JLt and De cember 3L31K to SLX1. Oat Decline. Then Rally. Oats were governed by the action of corn. After opening c lower to Kc advance, the market underwent a general decline and then made a transient rally. Provisions sympathized with the weakness of grain and hogs. Business, though, was of only a scattering sort. In the later dealings pork rallied, but lard and ribs continued heavy. The monthly report of warehouse stocks was about what had bees generally expected. Grains an'd Provisions. pfclcaro Grain. Close. Corn Sept.. SL97; Dec. 11-31. Oats Sept.. CSc: Doc, 72c Chicago rroiWons, Close. Pork Sept-. 342 99; Oct 337.29. Lard Sept.. $27. Is; Oct. $29.19. Ribs Sept.. $21.99; Oct. $2L4T. Chicago Produce. Close. Chicago. II L. Sept. J. Butter Higher. Creamery. 490 SSc Eggs ttigaer; - recerprs, n,iw c-. Pfntts. 42fi4e: ordinary firsts. 39039c: at market, eases Included. St4Bc:t storage packed firsts. 45CMe. Poultry Unsettled ; alive, springs, 2$Hc. fowls. Potatoes Strong: receipts. M care. Minnesota and Wisconsin earlv Ohlos. sacked, car lots. $3.99 ewt; Wisconsin, ukMt. ramWI whites, ear lota. 13.99 CWt: Idaho rurals, sacked car lots partly grad ed $3-S9 cwt. Kansas City Produce, Close. Kjitumx Cltv. Mo.. Sent. X. Butter Un changed. Creamery, extras. S4c; first. 48c; seconds. 4&e; pacaing. sc Poultry Unchanged. Hens. 2 He; roost ers. 15c: broilers. 32c Eggs He higher. Firsts, 43Hc; sec onds, 35 e Livestock Market flilMra IJtMIMk. llMr. CMtarn. m SeoL Z. Hos RrcrptK. 11,990: nmrkrt steady with Trstrrdsr'a dm. Heavy, 917.S9S19.59: medium. iiiHtniH: itsat. fiiNtns: Utht- smOOtB. 910-ZSSf ll.Z; PKDDT Ml rank 119.9CS119.ZS: Diss. SM.M01t.7S. Cattle Receipts. 11. 99; market firm. nrf tr. saedlsm asd beau'Viefcnt. choice and prime. 919.M9919.90: XMdlum and good. Ill-Mtfll.M; eomnan. 99.909 11.50; Ushtwelsht. good and choice, 11 J' 9 HiT itT . imi ii am ana meamm- as.z.w.-... butcher caTtle. hetferi. SC.TSS11.S.; eow. .S: real calTea, S19.S2t.U: feedr rteers. T.Zii:.75; atocker teen. IC7t 18 2i: western ran5e..beef steera, St.MV li-i: row. mad hetfera, M-7S1I-7S. Eheep Recalpta ti.: market firm. calls and common. 97.75011.7i: yearllnc wethers, 91tMfll.H: ewes, me and choice.. J7.:5tjS5; culls. TCnnLnn cfrr TJvr.tocL. How. Kansas City. Mo Sept. . Hogs Ke- ceiptSi .; market steaajr to lower. Heavies. IM.2t?19.4a; mediums. IltlOp la.9: llcttts. 917.90019.95: sows. 915.900 17.50: pits. Jll.WetlS 25. Cattle BeceiDts. 1J.9 and J50 calves: market Irregnlsr. Steers. J17.1O019.9O; heifers. 5C.15014.9: cows. 99.1901Z.OO: calves. 919 00015.00 stockers. 99.7S01O.55. Sheep Receipts. 19.90; market steady. Lambc 910.514.50: ewes. 99.OO09.OO. Ifcnrcr urriw. wv. Tienver. Colo.. Sept. S Cattle Releelpts, 9000: maiket 2c higher. Beef steers. 59.50 013.00: cows aid heifers. 57.5005.00: stockers and feeders, 7.5t01U5; calm. 59.50012.0. Hogs Receipts, 100; market steady Top. $l-00. Sheep Receipts, tens; marsct aicw I.nhL 519.OOifM.00: ewes. 57.007.50: feeder lambs. ill.5teiZ.00. Gen. Wood Favored Candidate in North, Declares Visitor Ve.4 ". T nr-rl WwwY iff fhn ttltTst !rea presioonuai i.u.;v Recublicans of the eastern states, ac cording to C L- Hndson, of Trenton, N a newspaper man who Is touring the country with a view of securing first hand information on political and social conditions, and who arrived in El Paso Wednesday. Other presiden tial Dossibilitiea much talked of In the east, he said, are Gov. Frank O. den, or Illinois ana senator niram Johnson, of California. THE WEATHER. C S. DETAITOlKVr OF M.K1COLTITRE. WEATUEK BUKEAD -. Observation taken bOiH TIMES t at 8 a. mw 76th ycuw1shth' person That FORTH meruuan trme. cepi X 119. Forecatts: El Paso and vicin ity: Partly cloudy tonight and Thur d a y; not much chance In t em pf rat-ire. New Mexico: Gen WOULD BURST erally tair. except showers in northeast portion tonight or Tharaday. Arbcoaa: Tonight and Thursday gen erally fair; not much c nance in tempera tore. West Texu: Te- niffht and Thursday aau uj ciowj , i( mocB caasre in tem perature. Relative bnmldftv fn Ri . i m Wednesday vu 21 percent ; temperature at l u. uiv wis a i. Temp, at a. m...l I f iubbmi. a nap. z earay.i Lowest Temp, lost nJht State of weather FreexplUtlon last 24 hour lnebea).. Abilene Cft 94 SS Clear Amarillo 19 Atlahta (4 SO 2 Clear umcasTo 79 7 Cincinnati . ....5 78 54 Clear 5 Clear ; Denver ..90 BZ 20 ' Duluth EL TASO ... I Galveston . 1 Havre . ' Kansas City . 1 Little Rock . . ixis Anfeles . . New Orleans . j New York . . , ; Phoenix . , Roswell . . . . St. Louis .52 JO - 50 Clear 91 S Clear ..74 22 74 Cteady ..56 99 59 dowdy ..2 It 0 PtCIdy. ..: 5 52 Clear ..58 TC 59 Cloudy ..7! 24 72 Pt-Cldy. ..94 72 51 Cloudy 6 is, to Clear 94 92 Clear 94 Clear ..94 0 Salt Lake Cfty 54 90 90 Clear San Antonio" 99 9 59 Clear San Francisco .54 92 54 Clear Santa Pe 5 92 90 Clear Seattle 59 74 56 Rain Washington 57 76 59 Clear Comparative 13 Paso Precipitation. Jan. 1 to Sept. 2. inclusive. 1915, 7.28 In. Jan. 1 to Sept. 2. Inclusive, 191. 5.73 In. Jan. 1 to Sept. 2, inclusive. 1917 5.99 In. Jan. 1 to SepL 2. Inclusive. 1918. 5.35 In. Jan. 1 to Sept, 2. inclusive, 1910. 4.54 In. Normal Jan. 1 to Sept. 2. inclusive, 6 4S In. 3IISS WALKER WINS I LA CCS. In the awardinir of tirix at th Labor day celebration In Washington '""" "ivv-r n tne iw vara oasn tot women and also the jrace for girio over li jears. i I BUBST3 FORTH WOULD Au BURST T COPPER STOCKS CHANGE LITTLE Chino- Gains Slightly, While Calumet and Ari zona Is Lower. Copper stock? did not Chang ma terially Wednesday In New York, ac cording to J. S. Coition & Co, Hotel Sheldon. Chlno showed a sain of point and Utah Calumet & Arizona was off SI per share. United Verde sold at 45. Accord ing to the Jerome Sews, Verde Con solidated, is Just about readyto open n a large body of ore, samples of which artf" running four percent. The r,wir i. mnrh stronger. 9-16 being bid with no stock offered for less L.DTD vopper ... Arlsona BlnaThamtan. Arkansas Arlsona Big- Ledse Calnmet A Jerome ... Consolidated Arlsona Dnndee Arizona Green Monster Hull Copper , Hosre Sound .... Jerome Verde Naeoxarl llanu Chief IISKTBS 1S-1 10 0 IS iO 9-lf 1H0 e i9-i ! S5 t 0 H0 HO i 9 i lam 1 uonsoiioaiea Sew Cornelia J9H9J 29 Ray Hercules Z United Eastern tfeG Superior Boston 31 9 Verde Extension 45 0 Verde Combination 5-1 9 Cosden Cresaon 20 Hecla 6 ? Iron Cap 15 Porphyry Hw OkmnUree Sliver King ll-is W Uenn - Sallroad -Stocks. St. Paul Canadian Pacific Pennsylvania Chesapeake A Ohio Baltimore Ohio New York Central O 29 ...49 ...1JIS ... iili ... 97 ... H ... T914 Southern Railway Erie Reading Industrial Stocks. American Car Foundry American Can American Locomotive Baldwin Locomotive Bethlehem Steel , Lackawanna ... 29 ... 19 ... 99M ...199 ... 19 ... 971 ...11914 ... 90 ... 70 Mldvmle Crarible 194 ... Industrial Alcohol Goodrich '9 IT & Rnhhr 127 Central Leather 99 Osneral Motors 249 H- Stu.rb.krr IIOH Westlnshonse 99 S IjBtcd Copper Mocks. Arasriean Sm.lt.r 79 H Chlno 41Vi nt.l. 97 i Nerada 19 Bay 244 Bntt. 27 Vi Chile 14 Kencecott 97 H New York Oils. Mexican Pet. lii Pan-American 1291i Texas Oil , Ml OIL 'QUOTATIONS. These qnotatieas fMnltecd dally by J. S Carttss & Co-. Hotel Sheldon. Fort Worm Oil. Bid Air.ed .. .95 2 .95 .29 .50 . . 15.00 20.00 .95 .90 2.25 2.50 1.90 1.79 .. L2S 1.50 i M 9.00 .. T.S0 7.T9 4.00 4.50 ..- 20.00 40.00 . . 95.00 90.0 1.20 1.9 .. 12.50 11.00 3.00 5.50 . 19.90 21.00 1.25 9.50 .90 LOO L76 2.00 . 10.00 10.75 9.50 10.00 .45 .50 4.00 4.25 . 20.0 22.00 5.00 C.00 .72 .90 5.50 5.0 . 40 00 52.00 7.50 - 9.0 9.5 19.9 Bearer Valley British American ... Bnrk Lneaa Bufc Bxtenslon . Caldwell Oil Central Texas Comanche Heme . . . ComanetM Northern Duke Dome Dixie O. R Mrfdend ". RastTand O. R Gal lo war - Great Southern Great Wrgtrm Kinc Midas Kins Klrnt Lanier Royalty . . National O. e G. New Pool Royal Dake Rancer Cisco . . . . Ranser O. & G Tarrant Co Texas erode ..... United Oil Wslker Caldwell Weowna Wanrika No. 2 TTlrhita Fan, on. Furnished dally by J. a Curtis Co. (Quotations bated oa 9100 par Talne.1 Bid Asked Blue Ben 30.00 $ 40.00 Bsrk Crest 49.94 90.00 25.00 Bark Reserve Bark Drehmer :. 110.00 45.0 105.0. 115.00 SO. 00 115-00 9..0 95.0C 70.00 SO-08 20. 00 17.50 39.0O 125.0 Burk ImDenal East Wichita Doable F Fern Jewel V Old Glory 0.M 290.0 15.00 345.0 115.00 Summit Fet. United Southern No. 1.. Waurlka No. 1 Waurika No. 2 EL PASO OILS. ' 1 Paso Stock Exchnosc. Basement First NaUonal bank. These flcures taken from the board after noon session: Bid Ak.a ; L20 3 1.35 1.30 1.40 .50 .90 2.40 2.90 L47H 1.65 5.50 9.0 1.9 .40 .7 . 110.0 .90 LOO .75 . 10.50 10.60 2.90 2-99 5.50 7.0 1 25 2.12S 2.12 54 1.25 2.00 2.50 L65 L75 2.25 2.90 UIH L75 3 . -.V L0 1.45 L70 15.00 chsnge. i Street Bid Asked .. .90 1.30 1.30 2.40 1.55 1-5S 13.00 19-00 3.50 2.90 6.50 6.75 .55 1.. 2.26 2.25 3.2 2.30 L65 L65 90.90 .7tt .99 M .95 L4 1 49 Beaver Valley i BUr Four Bnrk Imperial ...... Caldwell Comanche Home Comanche Northern .... Comanche County Columbus Valley w. w. cox Duke of Dublin El Paso Ranger El Paso Burkbornett Hueco Ranger 1. X. L. Jaggers Wallace Ocean Prudential Pet. Ranger Burk Ranger Central Ranger Rock Island..... Silver Cycle Southland Sunshine Texas Crude Weimar Weona Burk Imperial 9 Big Four Comanche County Comanche Homo El Paso Burkbnrnett.... Hnrco Ranger L X. L. Lulu Pearl . Ocean Ranger Bark Ranger Central Silver Bark Sunshine Southland Sliver Cycle MURDER INDICTMENT FOUND AGAINST MRS. DE LEYVA Emma Hogntn de Le va was indicted on a charge of murder by the errand jury In criminal district court Wed nesday in connection with the death of her bnsband. Jesus Eeyva. who was fonnd dead In his home in East El Paso several weeks ago. Six other Indictments were returned Wednesday by the grand Jury. They were as follows: Lino Aguliar. bur. elary; Magdallno Flerro. theft of goats; Jesus Hernandez, criminal as sault; Epifanio Lopez, criminal as salt; H. J. Deering, forgery, and Juan Hernandez, forgery. They ; N ECHOES JUST GOT HOUGH, THEY TELL JUDGE POLLOCK. "Judge, we wasn't honestly fightin . We was lust scnfflln and got rough." i nisK was tne testimony oxtered by two negroes fn corporation court Tuesday afternoon when they were uried on a charsre of fltrht nsr. ' 'dc Charles E. Pollock fined each jj. COTTON DP.0PS AFTER ADVANCE Strength Developed at the Market Opening rails to Continue. New Orleans. La.. Sept. 3. A better Liverpool market than du caused a rise of 3 to 12 points around the opening In cotton today, but the hard spot Immediately attracted selling or ders so that half an honr after the opening the most active months were a couple of points under yesterday's close. Opening bids were: October, J39.79; December. 930 78: January. . 330.75: March. J30.86; May. 330.90. Daring the noon hour the market Ten . . ' .1,- .hnrt side and a I quick break resulted which carried prices I - - . . . tt -A nti nndiV the finals to i.. ci. . - . of yesterday. Cetten Futures. Close. New Tork. Sept. 3. Cotton futures cl.2e7 steady. cE-tober. 330.22: Decern ber 330?5ll: January. 330.4: March. 330.95: May. 330 PRIVATE IRRIGATION PROJECT NEAR HOT SPRINGS JCT, ARIZ. Phoenix. Ariz.. Sept. 3. That there is a private irrigation project em bracing nearly 20,000 acres near HM Springs Junction, well under way. has come to light with the comple tion of a survey by the state engi-ner-a office regarding the feasibility of the project. The project Is contemplated by Wittmann of Morris county, N. J-. who purposes to erect a modern dam and Impound the flood waters of the famous Hassayampa river for Irrl- ........ under the Carer act. which allows the withdrawal from entry and sale of desert lands to those who will reclaim them The proposed dam is to be locatea at the same point as the old Walnut Grove dam, built In 1888 for hydrau lic mining, which went out in 1890 with a loss of life estimated at 75 persons, in a flood that carried; a 40 foot wall of solid water. BIDS VS1CED FOrt FIVE B NEW DEPOT BUII.DIXGS Ranger. Tex.. Sept. 3. Bids have been Invited by Hamon &. Kell for construction of five depot buildings each 30 by 300 feet in dimensions. In the five principal stations on the new railroad. The buildings at Ranger and Jakehamon are needed at once and the others will be required by the time they are ready. WANT AD KATE CARD. On. cent P word each d.ny Insertion. Two cems per viu Three consecutive Insertions, tneludlns Saturday. 3 cents per word. ii-r MniecaUve Insertions. 6 cents per word. ... .'l li. 'f ."J? ntaiSns i. 1 than this snmber or words, will bo connt- ed as i, u. One dolUr and thirty cents per line per month. . Bold face H5 double price. N? ad run for an Indefinite period T. F ) taken over the telephone. Orders to discontinue IT. F.) ads must be msd. in Accounts tor classified ad are du. after tlrst Insertion. Not responsible tor more than one Incorrect Insertion. in order to give time for proper classl ncatlon it is necessary to close The Herald ii7..lrtid naze at 12-30 p. ra. daHy Wan. ?d. reeeived' sJier this hour will appear the next day. Orders to discontinue wsnt S. must bi tn Herald office before 9 a. m. of day ef pshllcatlon. RAILROAD TIME TABLE trains arrive and detart from Union cj..n- r,f f sn F-sncisco street- n'1 Sstatlon. foot ot son r nnw i,0 no aeparxure- . - - or mountain standard time. For Alboonerani. Denver. Cheago LOJ Annies No. 909 lva 9:00 a. m-. No. 910 at 9:00" p- .m. T .,.,.. wnm ainnanernae. - ChicagoNo. 901 arvs. 10 s. m No. 1 at 9:00 p. m. EL PASO SOUTHWESTERN. (Western Division.: For Arizona ar" Calif jrnla No. 3 lvs. 4:00 p. m-: No. 7 lva at 7 4. p. m. From Arlsona .nd California No. I arvs. 9:95 p m. ,,, SJ fYT 3S& Pst" rrtrSo-'t .? 75 j p. m. v i-v.i.a st ion s and Kansss City No. 1 ervs. 7:00 a. m.; No. 3 at 3:40 p. m. SOCTHEBN PACIFIC LINES. For San Antonio, New Orleans and Washington No. 102 lvs. 3-":o p. m.; No. 10 at 10:30 p. tw u'..hi..tnn Xi. Orleans ana &n Antonio Arriies at 9.aa a. m.. No. 9 4:90 p.m. , , . jror A.nzona ana l.h"u - t 7:15 a. ra." So. 101 at 7:10 a. m.: ' 4U - 0 C -n n m FYom Arlsona ano aiiiorni. arra. at li:45 . m.; No. 102 arra. p. m.: No. i. at iw:o p. m. TEiAs & rACinc. For DaHaa and St. Louie No. 26 lvs. ( a. m.; No 2 at 4:15 p. m. A Torn st. Lxnia ana iau rt. at 1:45 p. m.; No 25 am. at 19:19 p. ra. MEXICAN CENTRA L. No regular schetlol. MEXICO Jt NOBTHIVESTEKN. No rtralar ch8diito. AOTOMOBILE TJME TABLE TTPRIt VAILEY. rTPFTlt VALLEY HKKALD AUTO Lts. El Paso Herald Office daily, except San- day, for Laa Crucea. arrlToai Las Croc 4:ifl p. m ; reinrnintj car temm um - eett for El Paso, front of E. T. John Clear Store. 5 p. m.', arrlTtac ta Bl Paso 7:15 p. m. Phone Herald Office for reaer rationa. Phone E. T. Johns. 14 Las Crn- f or rr. rvatlona. EXILE TO ELEPHANT BUTTE DAM AVI) HOT SPH1NGS MeeU all trains at Karl'. Oldest dam driver: best dam car on the dam line. Try these springs beat j ID inr wdiiu. v. r . "t"1 "osoo. Springs. N M. LOWER VALLEY. YSLETA. CLINT, FA BENS AND TOR- via south loon roaa. Hetuming via north loop road. Oillisple's car leaves Her ald office dally and Sunday at 3 39 p. m. Make reservations at Herald or Ph. 9098. NEW MEXICO. MOGOLLON Dallus to and from Stiver Citv and Moaollon. Cars leave Sliver City on arrival of Santa Fe train No. 317. JdOgoiion a. m. tsenneti Motor irawii Co Phone 10. Opp. depot. LAKE VALLEY Hillsboro and Kingston auto meets all trains at Lake Valley. Wm. D Slesse. Hillsboro.' New Mexico. ims WKI.l--rARKIZn7.fi am Ifin Rot- well at S-30 a. m.: 'stop 30 minutes for breakfast at Plcacho, arrive Carriaoso at 11 a. m. Car leaves Carrizozo at 4.30 p. arrive Boswel! at 9:30 u. m. White Line Stage To. TUCU91CAR1 - CLO VIS Leave Tucumcan 7:39 a. m arrive CIovis 1 p. ra.: leave Clovls 7 a. m.. arrive Tucumcsri S p. m. We pass oil wtlls twice daUy. Fry & ueeier. contractors. ARIZONA. APACHE TRAIL Great Scenic Route. Globe to Phoenix via Roosevelt dam. Make xeerations at the Globe-Phoenix Stage company office. Dominion Hotel. GLOBE- MIAMI- CIIRIbTMAh- WINKLE MAN STAGE Cars leave Globe Dally at 8 a. m.. jnaktng direct connections for Haydep, Ray. Superior. Florence, Phoenix and Tucson. Cars leave Winkelman daliy for the return trip at 2 p. m. Globe tele phone No 180 or 163 WEST TEXAS. MONAHANS-HUENA V1TA Connecting T. P. and G H. 4 S. A. Rys ; Mona hans. Grand Falls. Imperial. Buena Vlta, Oswegv Orient train , Ft- Stockton. Al pine. ONE DAY DAILY except Sundays. Phone or wire reservations. W. R. lieat ty. Monahns: J B. Storey. Buena Vista MA It FA. FORT IA1S A I TO lVM r,.rt Invi h,liy a.-iJ Su.Ih S m. ; Ira vet , I M.irf - Z p m (Jii u .v i" ,0: round jUlp, 34. U. V. lia, pryrietor. i RAINS BENEFIT T X RANGES Inspectors Report Ship ments of the Week to Livestock Markets. Good rains about Alpine. Fort Stockton and Marathon. Texas, where for the week ending August 30, was the report of inspector Charles W. Harmon to the Panhandle and South western Stockmen's association head quarters in E Paso. t It was very dry in many spots up to that time. Good rains were reported about East Vaughn. N. M., but drying up In spots Range and weather conditions in the Canadian, Clarendon and Dal haxt sections of Texas were reported good by the respective inspectors dur ing the same week. Cattle shipments from the Alpine district for the week mentioned were as follows: W. T. Henderson to Pey ton Packing company, two cars of cows, from Abilene to El Paso: George Benson to Daggett & Keen, three cars of steers and carves, from Alpine to Fort Worth: John Dial to E. W. Mc Donnell, one car of colts, from Alpine to Waco: Roy Reld to Burnett & Yonnt three cars of horses, from Hovey to Fort Worth: E. W. MeKen zie to Dnimra Commission company, one car cows, from Fort Stockton to Fort Worth: E- W. McKenxle. eight cars of steers and yearlings from Fort Stockton to Guadalupe county. New Mexico; George Hayes to Hamm Bros., two cars of cows, from Chan (ellor to Fort Worth: Lee Hancock to Clay Robinson, two cars of cows and calves, from Alpine to Fort Worth: John Dial to J. C Jacobs, seven head of .horses from Alpine to San Antonio. vn.f A". n ir li ti Shlnments. No shipments were reported from ShinTn.nts from the Canadian dlst- trict during the week to Kansas City were: J. W. Payne, two cars of cows, from Glailer: J. L. Plvlt. two cows of cows, from Giaater: Hoover x i-anon, one car of calves, from Canadian: anil... A- Pattnn. nine cows of COWS from Canadian: Lockhart Bros, four cars of cows, from Glaxier: Thomas F. Moodyt eight cars or cows, rrum Glazier: J. W. Wheat, two cars of cows from Glazier; J. . Kellv, five cars of mixed catte, from Canadian; E. H- Brainard. one car of cows.- from Canadian: Tom Blzie. one car of cows, from Canadian: J. L. Flowers, one car of cows, from Canadian: D. Barton, two cars of cows from Glazier: Alex Barton, one car of mixed cattle, from Glazier: V. W. Allen, two cars of cows from Glazier. - Clarendon Shipments. The. week's shipments from the n....nn iti.tvirt were: To Fort ! Worth: Bennett & Sims, two cars of Knapp & Weatherfcy. on. car of cows and calves, from Goodnight: Jack Roach, one car of cows and calves, from Goodnight: Bonrland Bros, one car of cows and calves, from Giles: Barefield, one car of cows and calves, from Clarendon: St W. Mosley. one car of mixed cattle, from Leila Lakes: M W. Mosley. one car of cows and calves, from Hedley: A. R. Letts, one car of cows, from Esteline: W. J. Lives, six cars of cows and calves, from Clarendon:. Jack Woforrl. three cars of cows and calves, from Clar endon to Kansas City: Guy Taylor, two cars of cows and calves, from Le ila Lake to Kansas City: Frank Finch, two cars of cows and calves, from Hedley to Dalhart: Frank Finch, two cam of cows and calves, from Hedley to Kansas City. Shipments from the Dalhart dis trict during the week were: To Kan- sas city: u. xteynoios to aucii v,. . fmm Middle , - - " s .-. - . Water: D. C Reynolds, two cars of cows and steers, xrom Miaae water. Stewart Bros, six cars of cows and calves, from Rehm: Davis A Johnson, nine cars of cows and calves from Dalhart: Meter, two cars of stock cat tle, from Dalhart: Jackson Penle ton, one car of cows, from Stratford: C. Vanhassen, one car of cows, from Stratford: Price U Wlnginton. eight cars of steers and cows, from Strat ford. STOCKMEN'S ASSOCIATION IN. GOOD SHAPE, IS REPORT At the meeting of the evecutlve committee of the Panhandle and Southwestern Stockmen's association In TCI Psro Taearlav and concluded late in the afternoon, only general affairs nf the organization were discussed. The report of secretary J. N. Sanborn showed financial and other affairs of ... , . - i ' CATTLE I3IPORT5 SHOW There 'were imported from Mexico through the El Paso oort during tn'e year ending1 Jnne 10, ltl9. 9606 head of cattle, accordlnir to the reoort of the collector of customs. The value plared j on tnem. for rnstorns purposes was J 28 2.75 4 or an average of about J3" per head. 'This is the smallest total of cattle shipments through this port In five years. Importations dnrinc the previous four years follow; 118. 20.fi29: 1917. 27.2: 1916, 69,137; 1915, 104.756: 1914. 144.292. WYOMING? CATTToE TO BE SHirPED TO PANHANDLE Reports are that large shipments of cattle from Wyoming are being made to pastures in the Panhandle region of Texas, especially about Amarillo. Lodge Notices. Regular meeting of Harmony Chapter. No. 144. C E. S. Thursday. Sept. 4th. Masonic tem ple, at S p. m. Visitors examined at 7:39, ELS A FORBES. W. M. MAT OVERTON. Sec. Undertakers. PEAK-II AGED ON UNDERTAKING CO Open day and night. 59C-999 Texas St. Ph. 13S. Private ambulance service. Lost and Fornd LOST Pair shell rim spectacles. Satur day night. Finder return to Schneider's Market. Reward. FO U D between El Paso and Deminr two auto tires, party can have same by paying for ad. and trouble of hauling tires In. Lockle Hotel. Room 1. H. Llppe. LO:T Airdale pup, 3 months old, strayed from Ft. Bliss Aug. 99. reward, no questions asked. Return to post quartr maxter's office. Ft. Bliss. Ph. 79 Ft. Bliss. FOUND The store that saves you money on furniture and allows you an asy pay ment plan. The RIO GRANDE FURNI TURE CO.. 103-11 s. Stanton St- Phone 2891 Personal SPIRELLA CORSETS. Mrs. Splawn. PhUCT WANTED t'hlldreio boarders. Ph. 391 3W. HOLEUOLD goods, trunks jtorcd. packed, shipped, least coat. EI Paso Storage Ware-hoo-e. Estab. 10 years. Ph. 21. WHEN YOU THINK of furniture, re member that the RIO GRANDE FURNI TURE CO.. 191-11 S. Stanton St. will save you money and allow you the EASY WAV TO PAY for It, Phone 2S02. i dp rial Nnfir'pt CURTAINS laundered Phone 7792W ACCORDION plaiting hemstitch) iemstitchlng. plcot- k.v-rhlk ph 11 , h. rreM '"P I iruni 3, Hiii f AKI'KNTl- K . or other job wurk. Fb. 661 " Special Notices tHE ONLY si ram carpet cleaners. tll2. J I tSrvtn Mfg. Co. 1110. . Ol'K mattresses renovated ll.7l op; car tta cleaneiL ErTln Mfs. Co. Phone 1110. ' Mli. CUOLA Woman a Ex.. crochet and tatting . orders taken. i- -"h. wnyri'' TAINTING, psper hancing decoratlni yelton Pslnt Co 503 N. atantoa Ph. 1247. imfijmTrillNG. lsltinr. machine couch- ins. men's shirts, dressmaking, alterations and button holes, prices reasonable. Mrs. Alma Chandler. 3120 Portland. Ph. 9791W. UFA 1"T1 FI I. tmbrolderr and open easily and quickly made on sewing; ma chine without attachments; also colored floral design, sis lessons for 95. Ph. 9030. IIKil.sTITClllNG and plcot edge work dona on short notice, any kind ot ma terial Singer Sewing Machine Co. 209 S. El Paso St. THEKE is no need to wait when your credit is O. K. FOCTZ-MOOBE FTJBXITtntE CO. Legal NoHcei. NOTICE. A meeting of the stockholders of RIO GRANDE VALLEY BANK TRUST CO. will be he'd at the offices of the com pany at 4 p. m. on October 29th, 1919. to consider a proposal of consolidation of Interests with the City National Bank of El Paso. W. COOLEY. Pres. T. M. WINGO. Vlce-Pres. J J ORMSBEE. Ylce-Prea H. V. WATSON. Cashier. J. H. POLLARD. J. B. BRADT. H. T. PONSEORD. G. ZORK. E. M. BRAT. Directors Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Company. FinandiJ, LlttERTY UONDS. We pay the most for Liberty bonds. Sena us your bonds by registered mall ana check will be forwarded to you same day. J. S. CCRTISS CO. El Pase Tex. Oldest Brokerage Firm In 93 Peso. Money to Loan iEE CS for any kind of loan. Equitable l.oan Asan.. w. s. Miner. Myr. ia 1 lit. i I EST price paid for watches, dia raonda Al ham bra Jewelry Co 211 & El Paao. MO.NKY TO LOAN on dUmonda. watches and jewelry. FCLLAN'S 114 N. STANTON ST. MONEY to loin on watches, diamonds and Jewelry 22 S. El Paso St. Lone Star Loan Jewelry Co. $S TO 9JU loaned aonest employes, cheap eat rates. confldenttaL Quirk. Satisfactorv i-ervlee. D'cke 201 Roberts-Banner MONEY TO LOAN Have large amounts of money to loan at 7 on close in busi ness Income property. See Leo R. Schus ter. S14 Mii Is Bl-lg. aiONEi Tt LOAN. Money loaned on diamonds watches, jew elry, and automobiles, at the lowest rate of Interest. Business strictly conflden.ial. SECURITY LOAN CO. for San Antonio sod El Paso. Ph. 27S4. Basis ess Chances PASbPOKT I'lCTUKB. ! Texas St. EL PAbO TRANSFER CO, phone 37X WANTED Account of strike on Los An Baggage and moving, hauling cf all kinds. ' Railway, permanent employment is Hi K sALR Ail m- half interest with management In well located grocery, good , and conductors. JIM a month minimum proposition for right party. Pa. 4443. ' wage guaranteed Apply Room 7IL Fa 1IUUSB AND MON PAIXTINO. tinting. cWe Wtrtr Btd- paper banging and decorating: best work, lowest prices. Joe Fnentea. Ph. fttt. FINE chance for moving picture theater, have lot for sale, lease, or would go part nership. Address Box Kl. Coiuinbua. N M. TAILOR business, fairly well established, rent paid to Sept. 14. owner engaged In other work- Call at 02 N. Oregon, ask for tailor. 178 takes It. GOOD business opportunity, small invest ment, good returns, reason for selling, fall ing In health. Address' K ICS. care Her ald. FOR SALE Fresh stock of groceries, fix tares and lease, with apartments, fax nlshed. cheap for quick sale. Ph. 172L I X. Oregon St. Grocery. EXCELLENT paying hotel, health resort, always full, well located, making money, reason for selling W. L. Wood. Merlin. Tex. DKl'G STORK WANTED Want to buy a drug store somewhere in New Mexico that will invoice from I'M te SS0v. Ad dress Box 15. Turamrarl. N. M. , FOR SALE. Fruit and confertiuttery. must sell at some price, other business to attend. 313 W. San Francisco. HERE IS YOCK CIL1NCE to buy fur nJtare for aur home at a very tow cost. ana pay tor it on montaiy insuiiraenu. H1U ULUU rUiLMTUKC (JO. ltt-11 S. Stanton St. Phone 2SI2. I1RCG stores and- cosrCactloney stores, well locatd. for sale at bargains. rAusow-CEoucn co. El Paso, Texas. CONFECTIONERY and drusr stores mak ing money, for sals at bargain prices on terms. rAEBOCT-CBOUCIl CO. E! Paso. Texas. WANTED Man with sufficient means to establish a first class, un to date cafe In newly opened hotel building; good propo sition to right party; town rapidly In creasing In nooulatlon. also steadv flow of transients. Address Palm HoteL. Abi lene. Tex. ESTABLISHED manufacturing corporation uuv.iDi QiUDC waulV CTpwoiS OIUC BMti ager to take stock and devot his time and energy to the business, excellent op portunity for right party, 1S.990 cash re qnlred. Address O ISC. care Herald. HAVE space to lease for vulcanising shop, also one for storage battery station in biggest garage. located la cracker Jack oil boom trwn; this offers big 'opportunitlei to an experienced man In either line. G. E. Mn'larky Garage. Gorman. Tax. GO INTO TUB MJFT DRINK BUSINESS We Supply the Equipment. Soda Fountains Carnonalers Store Fixtures Show Cases Tables and Chairs Luncheonette Outfits Steam Tables Root Beer Outfit Ice Cream Freezers Bottlers' and Cor reckoners' Machinery and Supplies Scld on Eay Payments. Glassware. Silverware, Crushed Fruits. Syrups. Ext racts. and Colors. EMPIRE BOTTLING WORKS Cor. Mills ana Florence Streets. El Paso. Texas. Rcomine Houses- -For Sale and Ren! J NICE, newly furnished apartment house with some sleeping rooms, modern. Ph. 5S72. 21 ROOM apartment house for sale, good ' Income, 31.009 cash, would consider good second hand Ford or Ruick 9 car as bal ance. price tl.SOO Ph. Z4S7. Oil and Mining OIL LEASE BLANKS at Ellis Bros Prt ing to stock certificates and seals WILL trade valuable oil land for auto. roru preferred; quick, leaving city. Herald 31dg. Ph. 1237. TILAHOSA BASIN OF NEW MEXICO., authority; I can put you on the ground 1 I floor In Tularemia Basin proper; don't ask : me for cheap $10 claims, tn the bills and me canons Aoaress w. E. Harden, Stockholders of Burkbornett Home Oil Company No. 4. ATTENTION. Attend a meeting at 207 Texas St,, on Thursday. Sept. 4th, at i.15 p. m. Very Important. L. BAR GBR. ACT. CHOICE COMMERCIAL LEASES TULAHOaA BflSIN STATE hCIIOOL SECTIONS. Money In oil lands' Why not get some of it? Compare location ot our leases and prices oeioro you buy. Major anticline close to Cox and other drilling sites. P. O. BOX I5t. LAS CRCCES. N. M. PRODUCTION WANTED We want from SO ti 150 buyer or production in any oil field In Texas, provided the price Is right Let us know st once what you have and all particulars. Warren & Blackafaoar. Corsica ni. Tex. OIL oil, nil. account or tne manv mail aDniica- ttons for placer c'slm lotatlons for 110 1Z' V";',' 1", "i1 , ,rf,Uf,'on ,rairt5 b,y the ml-e from . Mm Z V ' , ' ?' i Xt' nd ' AJ. S. Croiier, 3u Trust Bidg. Pb. :0ai- " ' - " i ' s OP and riErung vns sAl.st 11 R TRADE For car. silver- lead mining c-lsim. partly developed, tn Arisona Aaorees J care n.mu- 96X00 OIL shares, par value mill to 31, sell entire lot at Bargain, nave to have some money Frank Grimes, Box Hurley. N. M. Help WanttuBlale ASSISTANT engineer and firemen. Paso del Norte. WANTED An experienced brush maker. apply 304 Truet Blag. H ANTKD Cook Apply Modern Care. bas.-m.-nt Mills Bldg ' TWO irood milkera. Apply 1301 Mon- tana St. WANTED Baker. Apply Modern Cafe, baagmer.t Mi,s Bldy. WANTED Two experienced dish wash era Gllba Cafe. Bay City. Tex. WANTED American boy to work In cffJce and plnmbing "hop- Apply 14 Texas. WANTED Porter who ander stands Ford. Crawford Hotel hMELTEK timekeeper, knowledge of Span ish necessary ylve fall detatB. Address A z. care neraia WANTED Cleaner and preaser. colore, who understands ittm press. Telegraph nrazos Brazos Gallnp. K M. LINEMAN helper, all around man. mostly switchboard and 'ns.de work. Valley Tel ephone Co Anthony. N. Jt WANTED Salesman for local trade, mid dle as;ed. no disqualification salary. Ad drew O IhS. care Herald. WANTED Three good men on comnris alon to solicit and collect. Al proposi tion. Inquire 2oi. Herald bide. WANTED First class, neat appearing barber, guarantee 25 per week; all my men make more. Wire J. A. Collier, San itary Barber Shop. Gallup. N. M- BOOKKEEPER, experienced, for out of town, food opportunity for rsrht man. Civ complete information in first letter. Addren A 4J. care Herald. WANTED First class meat cutter, must be willing to work and not sleep an the job. salary SIM month. Address A 391. car Herald. WANTED Boy with some experience to drive delivery truck: also saiesutay to wait on trade. Inquire at Gmjbel'a Gro cery. Ph. 209. , WANTED Chinaman cook, must be first class cook and baker on ranch, first class working condition, all modern con venience, must have reference 99 and board Address A 54. care Herald. WANTED Men wishing positions fire men, brakemen. colored train porters. sxz 299 month, ho experience necessary, southern-northern roads. Write Inter Railway. Dept. S3V Indianapolis, Ind. ' BOOKKEEPER Mexican with fair knowl edge of English tor large company In Northern Mexico, submit written applica tion la English. Address A 4L care Her ald. WANTED City talesman, with experience In wholesale candy business prererrea. ex cellent opportunity Is offered for advance ment, most speak Spanish. Address, stat ing experience, references and salary ex pected. P. O. Box 85. CENSUS CLERKS 44 needed. $52 month, age 18 upward, examinations everywhtre soon, experience unnecessary. For free particulars, write Raymond Ter ry (former government era miner). 372 Continents Bldg.. Washington. PAINTERS WANTED. We want four good union painters; If sat isfactory we have the work, scale $7 per day. Write or wire Lam and Nichols, P. O Box 1394. Globe. Aril. . offered men who can qualify as motormen WANTED. 300 men for nndergxesrad work with a reliable mining company. HIGH WAGES, EIGHT HOURS PER DAT. Labor conditions fa vorable. EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY. Apply to Examin ers Liberty Statue. Help WiuHed Agents , AGENTS Wanted lo sell the beet oil nMMssjt., A- h vrtt WMtrrn petrt-leutn Co.. Vernon. Tex. I ..uv-tit, I A good selling article, do 12 bnsteess per day ana make sis. write lor parricwtszs. MORE MILEAGE GAS SAVER CO. 2K W. ISth SU Fort Worth. Tex. WANTED Hotel cook, man or woman. Colorado. Tex. Address X. A. Bareroft. COOK Male or female, must be good and reliable, also good dining room girt to combine with chambermaid, country hotel, modern. Write or. wire Hotel Geesrio. Glenrio, Tex. SSJB90 ACRES Arizona long staple cotton In Salt River valley, cotton pickers need ed, paying 3c per pound, furnishing tents for living quarters, ideal climate, work every day. For particulars address Art sons Cotton Growers' Asea, Tompe, Arts. jlclp Wanlej Female LLNCII counter waitress, experienced pre ferred. Sanitary Farm. 494 B Ban Antonio. GIRL wanted to keep bouse m 292 H E. San Antoftlo. Room 19. YOUNG girl for store, light work, eve nlngs only. 4929 Alameda. WANTED. Girl for cigar store at Lynchvttle. Ph. 99- f ANTED English- speaking girl for gen eral honeevork. 1203 Arhtoaa. WANTED Young lady to do arrands and answer phone. Apply 912 Herald Bldg. DOOKKEBTEK and stenogmnber. Apply In own handwriting, stating experience and salary. Address J 27. care Herald. WANTED Teacher on ranch fr two children, third and sixth grades. Addres L. J. Lawson. Lanark. N. M. NEAT girl for small family, light work, day only. Call between 4 and 9, 31 Ara gon Apta Rio Grande St. ' tr.lVrFI) rr,mntnt MaV un p. Sin. etonum. WANTED Good girt for general houfce work and cooking. Pa. 8793W. 2C31 Hi las st. WANTED Middle aged lady to do tight housework and care for child. AodIt in person after 5 p. m 1503 Dakota St. WANTED Woman daily to serve dinner In the evening. cook and a 19 Mon- WANTED American dining room girl, must have experience. Apply tn person. 09 Upson. j WANTED American woman to cook and ' do sreneral housework. Ph. 9999W or call do general housework. Ph. 9999W or call u'Trii-Hnr,..nr , WANTED An English speaking woman for light housework and help In office good place for right party. Hotel Glean 31S San Francisco. ENGLIH speaking woman for home as sistant, no washing. Ironing nor heavy work, room tia house, must stay night, good home and good wages. 802 Cincin nati. Ph. 737C. WANTED 1999) H0UEW1YB of El Paso to visit our store and select the furni ture needed for the heme. Tour credit Is good. RIO GRANDE FURNITURE CO. 109-11 S Stanton S.. Phone 2992. WANTFD Young woman to do cashier work and bookkeepinr. one who uadar- stands English and Spanish preferred. tight stenographer, references. Apply Boston Store. WANTED J t once, a colored woman for cooking and housekeeping tor smalt fam ily. Ph. 9879 or call at 2703 Bliss after 9.30 P. m. WANTED Young lady quick at figures j for extension department of wholesale houre. permanent position. Write full par ticulars as to experience, education, etc. P. O Box 703. lvivvvn uiiiH experienced and at.ie to handle high class trade, would prefer one who spoke mom sI'jn'"h '"and iwy ith wheel who Mes s" si" cni cinunL Uliva Jimn Slnmiif. WANTED Girl for studio, also opib for house work, must speak sn Engl-. a. Apply Westrup Dean Studio. Sitnationi r?anted rMale CARPE-lTEB wants to do your bulMlrg or repair wprk. prices reasonable, ca'l 1541. yot"G man wishes night work of any kind while attending school. Addre., L 27, care Herald. KXFERI ENCED Japanese cook wiahs po sition, city or country. Address K II. care Herald. YOUNG man wants position as portr. oifht clerk, watchman ta hotel or room-lna- honse Addre L HZ. cary Herald YOUNO man desires employment, hw had railroad clerical, wholesale order clerk lag and eellinf expensaee. hiich nchool graduate, best of references. Ph. 4S7J. WANTED Position by upto date wH low trimmer and advertiser, strong on char acter display, thoroughly familiar with department store. Address A -. care Herald. BOOKKEEPER ACCOUNTANT Pro ficient. exenstTe experience, dependants qualifications, employed, but desire more suitable connection, confidential interview rvvraested. Address L IK. csr Herald. Sihiab'onj Wanted Female PRACTICAL nqrse solicits nursing I5W. WANTED By white woman, family wash and Iron. 75c a dozen. Ph. 367. WANTED Position as housekeeper tn western Arlsona or California. Ph. S29 1221 Ohle. WANTED By American lady with child, chamber work. Call at 1129 E. San An- tt-mlo or Ph. 777S. FIRaT class Laundress wishes washing to take home, special pains taken with Gosorgette and Crepe de Chine. Ph. 852. EXPERIENCED white weman wanU rook ing; or general work In family Address M 3. care Herald. A. GOVERNESS or teacher of Bp an tab and music, prefer ranch or rural district. Ph. 121 or address L 119. care H-ralA YOUNG lady desires cashier or clerical) position, will consider one which Includes light stenographic work. Address K 34. care Herald. Wanted Money WANTED To borrow 32509 one year at can giro gilt edge security, or will take la partner; this ts big business. Ad drs K care Herald. RcaJ Egajg .Wantrf 140 PERCENT results fn ra tenements. TURNER, KEMP A CO LOWELL WANTED To buy or rent, a 4 or & room bongalow on paved street. Write E. L. M . care Herald. WANTED To buy 2 lots In good resi dential section, give location and price by letter. Address W 24. care Herald WANTED To hoy. S room bungalow. 19 down, balance 39 per month, lor lad' nil Interest, state location. Address P lit. car Herald. Wanted to Rent WANTED Five or 6 room modem hous9 by couple, most be well famished and in good neighbor hoed. Ph. 4S3. WANTED Furnished room and sleeping porch by convalescent lady. Address L 121. care Herald. COUPLE, both employed, would like 1 or 3 rooms and sleeping porch, furnished or anfurnished. in Highland Park. Pb ?35 WANTED By permanent couple w Ux small baby, small house, fursished. i Ft. Bllas- but wilt consider other !ocs;:on Address J. S. 49. care Herald. Wanted Room and Board ROOM and board te good home fur bov t2 years old, state full particulars. Address K S. care Herald. Wanted Fnrnitnre CASH PAID for old fuTniture. WANTEI H hold goods. ERVTN 19 Sas Jacinto.. Ph. 310 WANTED All kinds of furniture, csj paid. Cniori Furniture Co, Ph. 1S94. U1GHBT cash, arieea nold for furniture. Rev Fsinltuie Co. Phono 1(1. WB RAY highest cash prices for second band farntture and sewing machines. YOUNG FURNITURE CO. WE CAN still use S.u4 worth of secnd hand furniture: will pay good prics Texas Fur. Co., Ph. 407. 4 S. El Paso. WANTED Two cam of second hand fur niture this week, will pay top cash prices. Ph. 3S4C WE PAY more for good furniture than any firm to the city. Get our figures be fore yota selL G. DiHOUSER IFHOL STEwING CO. Phone 41I9, WANTED Fifty base boxBers, 105" ga.s heaters and all kinds heaters, coal ranges. TEXAS FURNITURE CO. Phone 4997. 495 & El Paso. WE WILL PAY more spot cash for your furniture than any firm In the city. Can call on short notice. DEKRYHIXX iXENTTUBE CO. ei-43 Texas St. Phone 154. ATTENTION If vou have anything to sell and want quick action and good price for your goods, call 199. Will sell on commission, no sale, no commission : w pay spot cash South Americrn Auction Heue. 299 S. Stanton. WANTED AM STOVES. RANGES AND lTEATERf Will pay the highest cash prices in town. Ws also wast used furniture of all description. Sea cs first before you selL Our representative wOJ cxIL RIO GRANDE FTJ1OTTURE CO. 1SS-111 S. Stanton 8L Fhene 3SI2. Wanted MisceHaneom WANTED Lumber, t and 2 inch stuff. Ph. 1249. P. D. Strantoa. 199 N. Stanton. For Sale or Excnans? LET'S TRADE. Wo will pay cash or allow yon new fnr nitnre for your old. ROGERS TRADING CO, lit V. Stanton. For Rent Rooms and Board BOARD AND ROOM. 219 Arixona. ROOM AND BOARD. 799 Mesa. ROOM and board. 193 Wyoming. ROOMS snd board. 391 N Oregon. G4M1D board and room? near. Ph. S33W. ROOM, excellent board. 1911 K. Nevada, BOARD, room. 1110 Nevada. Ph. 1304. t GOOD room. S P.. hoard, dose tn. Ph. 4130. ROOMS and board strictly first class. Mrs. C. F Leery 314 W. Missouri. WANTED Two ladles to room and bcar3 near Alts VW school. 3929 Montana. R0O31 snd board In private family, con venient to Lamar school Ph. 23S7. NICELY" furnished front room with boafU tn gotSd home, for men only. 192? Mon tana. Ph. 9. SUNNY CREST SANATORIUM For Tutercaloals. Phone 4607. SLEEPING porch with room and board for convalescent gentleman. 2S20 Louis ville "Ph. ;w DmsTakht2 SEWING nestle- done. Ph. 99?;. DRESSMAKING. remMlellng Ph. :64W. MR S. JONES Hemtlto-h(l(- nit- Ine Silk lTamoorlum. SOS Txa. Pa. rss. DKKHSMAKING HemstlTrhinr wril a-uaranteed. reasonable. 1127 Msgoffln. to3ws wora c-jnett for and delivered i