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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, May 10, 1920. ia UMTS PRICES HIGHER Chicago. IlL. May 10. Notwith standing' that the corn market today opened somewhat easier, strength -oon developed as a result of cora - ission house buying. A big adrance -. Canadian wheat prices seemed to more or less responsible for re- wed bullish sentiment reearding- Trouble in obtaining: corn here for '"..mediate use led subsequently to irther pronounced gains, and so liaise did rcuewed talk of an Ar gentine embargo on wheat. The close as rirm. l frc io c net ntgrner. wth Julv $1.74 to $L75H and Sep '. Tibrr $1.62 to Jl.63. Tradf however, was not large. pen inr prices, which ranjred from .r decline to c advance, with July C. 71 5i-"l. and September ;iw to ,i.ik. were followed by moderate general sag and then by ,i nof-a upturns aii arouno. Oats swayed with eont After ..pening- He to c lower, including ."jly at 91c to lc the market -'ored a quick rally. Provisions were dull snd weak. The market lacked any aggressive - jpport. Grains and Provisions. Chisago Grain, Close. Chicago. III.. Kay 10. Fallowing are sins quotations; Cnrr May. SLH July. 91.74: Sep- . TI 62. i -a-a July, 93e: September. 77& Chicago Frovtden. Close. Tor May, JltH: July, tI7.2ft. tjlt6 July. SlX.e; September. 422.44. R.b Jnt. S1S.2S: September. IMS. Chicago Predoce. Go. r"hicag-'. lil , May IS. Better Lower. - -"sraery. 47 0S9& 1-kps Lower. Receipts, S7.2M eass. "irsts 41,,2e: ordinary firsts. M Z-, at market, cases Included. . rVmltry Steady. Springs, 27c; fowls. Potatoes Steady. Receipt, (t cars. 'orthera white. Backed and bulk, $T.tt -30: Canadian, mixed. 26.7507.. aew, .arket steady: Florida per barrel, No. L ?:.iH. No. I. n2.7R18.75. Kaasse Ctty Produce. Close. Kansas City. Mo May 19. Begs Cur--ent T-eTn. itc lower: firsts sst a Be -- -i-amery, 1c lower; first, Nc; ie-"d -,It,i, tec. down 2c, Livestock Market Cbteag Uveatock. Cose. 'h'cago HI.. May IS. Cattle llBCHptn, ::w. Beef steers liberal supply: trad w r"o-tj ISc lover; bearywetgttt hard- --' e '"-a. batcher stock: supply meder- e a -h early rales about steady; bat t1 ri-Hnn on r)aw t xLc: calYeS. 3(i. luik. ln.tnfii2.2S; Blockers sad 'iMcry. flteadr. Ij, p Rcelrta, 4:.M6; mostly Its) 15c -rhior mflnm hfiw advanelaa UK 3-'y top. 15. bulk light, SlS.2Sei(.4; tlK Z'-b pounders and over, $14.114-l I -;ad : bulk, 1W to 125 poandsrs. . J 7514.50. .sh4n Reclita. 6090: mostly 2Sc high- - ist shorn lambs. $1S 50; bulk abora imbH. i7.seis.4t: good shorn 142 pound . . arllngs. I15.W. Vua Pit TJYftsioek. Close. Kansas City, May 1 Hogt Receipts. e Market steady to a shade mgnor; r-ji $U Si balk lightsand medium. $14. 0t M 7f balk hcavie. S1J.T514.M. rattl" Receipts lt00 Beof teors c-any to rSc higher, top 21! 25: she stock -.a.-V. to 25c higher, eanoers and calves -ead Bulk choice vealers around til.. )l othr classes steeij. to strong. q,.., tRceipts 8. Sarket active. Killing classes itnerml!y 2fC bigberjSe- . d arnbs J20 2S. 70-pouna Arlsona 7r -c .an.'bs $1? 75. ACCUSED GF POSSESSION OF COUNTERFEIT STAMPS Antioco K. Tow, charged with vavtn in his poslon 575 coMiter-f-it internal revenue stamps for e en whisKv bottles, was given his pre ' nii'.a-y heartng Monday before A. J. v pchmid. rnited States commis- To-.ar said through an Interpreter .-.at he saw a man in Inarei drop ths stamps and that he picked them wp. -tenrtme to deliver them to th mm H? said he was unable to do tmis L h was on his way to El Paso, and "at when the stamps were found on i m several days later, he did not ;,now thev were on his person. Tbe s-airps had been made in El Paso. Tovar said. ... Tovar was held to the federal (rand .jry on bond of 100, which ho did "t furnish. BriLDtNG PERMITS ISSUED. vc A- Brooks, 3 711 Blshee, glassed '.re-'".; J0. r. j. Neil, block 10. Alexander addl-n-.. bnck bouse; J10.000. p N. Pappas. J3 Chester, frame ed. tl"". 1 When Girl is Engaged She Knows Whether f She Trusts the Man or Merely Wants Him I How Can Any Girl Go About WWi Man to Point of Love and Understand- 1 ing. Where She has Promised to be His Wife, Without Knowing Whether He s Honest Man or Liar? No Keason tor woman to be Koped In. By BEATRICE rERE seems to be an epidemic of letters coming in these days from girls who are struggling with a terrible doubt of the men to whom tney are betrothed. Here's a speci men which tells the story: "For two years Ive been engaged to a man who came here from a dis tant town about five years ago. Sow r-rre one tells my brother that my J?ck ia maxned and has been married . 1 the while. I won't let my brother ;5tm Jack by asking him anything bout it. but it worries me more than I can tell you. Won't you inform rae how to proceed there must be some r ne in th town Jack comes from who rould give me the facts in the case 1 love my bov, bat I'm sure you would '. the last to reproach me for being i m eruard Mabeile. Indeed. I am the last to reproach .ny human being for a little sane ummon sense I fairly ache when X t-ee girls throwing away their chances k f happiness with the lavish careless- r.ess and spendthrift extravagance of ur times. Sometimes when I see the rat-faced ouths with unhealthy complexions ha roam down our streets with the r of lords of cr.tion and observe he infatuated young creatures who in to the reedy arm of the unde i TabU. iral-v, I want to go to law ioout If Dancing partners, escorts o ti"-e mov.es, men to beau her iround, seern sometimes so necessary o th1 heart of a girl she'll go wlth--ut food ani drink to get the raiment Puzzle Pictures B WAITKH K!tH r I nT. R AXii;b to itnEDil'S ri ZZLE STOCKS CLOSE PROVES HEM New York. -ilay 19. Speculative Issues, particularly oils and steels, had periods of Intermittent strength Id today's stock market, bat reacted when the advance failed to enlist outside support. SaleE approximated SM,640 shares. The dose was heavy. Liberty bonds: Stts, UL7; first 4s. m.7; teoood 4a fSt.14: first 4a $&-2; oeoad 4HB. -; third 4s. ISS.04: fourth 4s. 1S.4; victory - !-&-; victory 4,s. $M.v- Improvemeat In the local banking sit nation was shewn by last Saturday's re turn at th ctearinc house and federal reserve bank statement which contributed measurably to the firmer tone of stocks at the o penis e of today's trading. The only noteworthy reversal was sustained by Crucible Steel which forfeited a part of Its recent substantial rally. Sails, ship pings, motors and coppers snared almost equally in the early gains which ranged from 1 to 1 poiuta Oils were hesitant awaiting news from Mexico. The market experienced its usual re versal Id the first hour today on further realizing for profits, but Improved with greater activity later. Oils, including Mexicans, rallied eastty. probably as a re sult of further advances in prtoes of crude and refined products. Their recovery was attended by a sharp rise in allied shares, notably American Cotton Oil company. American Unseed and Virginia-Carolina Chemical. Reading and Texas & Pacific continued to feature the rails. BeJdn Locomotive, the equipments, and American Woolen the specialties. Call money opened at last week's ruling rate of 7 percent and exchengs on London again favored that center. N.Y.MSTEU STOCKS. By the Associated Fresai New York. Mar 1. FoUowts: are the olostne auotats at the Iew York stock oxenange for the stocks mentioned: anoencaa esusar .................. i3i American T. T. 54 Anaconda Copper S7 Atchison S0 Chtao Conner 32 Colorado Fuel oc Iron 3S Inspiration Copper 53 Northern Paetfle 74 Beading . St Southern Pacific 2-SH Union Pacific 117 United States Steel 94ft MONEY AH1 METALS. (By the Assoctalea Ptesai Now York, May IS. Mercantile paper. 7 percent Exchange, steady. ' Storting. M dar MO& 13.71: commer. cieL 44) day bOta on banks. 22,71; com mercial gt day bilte. S.7S: demand, .: cables. 11SK. Gorernnveat bends, trregalar. Railroad hoods, irregular. Time loans, strong; t days. So days and six months, SH- poree&L Call money, steady. High, 2; low. 7;, ruling rate, 7; rtnstng bed, 7; ottered at 7: , last ioan. 7 percent; bank acceptances. ( percent. Bar stiver, X-fe. Mexican dollars. St St Copper, oalet. t Rlectrolytic. spot and nearby. It. like; Juno and July. lKc Iron. sted. No. 1 Northern. $il.ft4): No. 2 Northern, 24S.M; No. 2 Soflthem, 42.te. Antimony, tltJH- Tln. easy. Spot, eo."S; Jans-July, Lead, quiet. Spot and Stt&y efferod at W-7S. 7 - Zinc. Quiet. Eut St. cHrrery. spot ,- and Jtay offend at SMTV VOSDOX MEIAl, MARKET. London. Enc-. May M Tfe. quotations on the metal excaaatf, tay were as follow.: Spot copper. 11. 12 Sd. Klectrolytlc Oil Tin. St4. Sa Led. 7. 11a Zinc . ta. -MEXICAN-PBICES. lUltwac onotatlBas on Mexican seenii- ties and moneys are famished by the aaata rm Kxeeange a usmmisswn vow Flrsc National Bank fcotldter: Bid Asked Nscleaales 3L 24. Londrea 14. It. SoDoras . ......'.... ....... St. 24. Ooddentales . 54. .... Veracruz . 22. .... Monterrey 2. .... nsevo Leon ................. iv 12. Tncatecos . 1L ... Hidalgos Iff. Onerreros IS. Queretaros 7. .., Zacatecas 12. J7 Estado de Mexico 14. 21. Tabascos It. Tmmaullpas 14. San Lata Potest 12.60 It. Aguascallentes 12. Coahullas . 19. Moreloa 19-M IX. Mlneros 9. 19. Iurango0- 29. 11. Ousaaiuatos 4J9 7. Orteatsles 6-2- 6. Infaletficables So. Pesos 77. Teatoaee 62. Fraction 2.4) ... Mexican Gold 69- Monoda Nneva 46. FAIRFAX. which will Inre a man of a certain type to her side. If only slrls wonid stand off and take a rood look at the men they meet and strive to attract! If only they wouldn't let nature and youth throw atar dost In their eyes! Helgbo! I sospose I'm uaylne. "It only youth would act like sober, seri ous middle age! Of course It won't hot can't youth m a Bianco peiore n leaps ir a 'loolc is too ranch to as& of it? now can any sin go about with a man for two years, come to the staee of love and understanding where she has promised to be his wtfe-and then not have the slightest idea whether he's an honest man or a liar? I once knew a girl who told me with perfect candor that whenever a man treated her badly she blamed no one but herself. Said she: "Often I meet a chap who attracts me. but I know he isn't a good sort. I say to myself, "Gertrude, eyes in the boat! Watch where you are steering- my dear!' Of course I don't al ways heed my own advice. Some times I get so fascinated that It Just seems as if I can't. But I know who Is to blame when it all comes out badly." Sow that Is true of most of us. We have a sober realization of the real natures of the folks who '-uncinate us. We doubt some charming rogue and we are "sure" of some old sober sides we can't liUe in spite of know ing he has an admirable character. So. when a girl gets herself en gaged to a man she knows whether it is to a man she trusts and believes in or merely to one she wants. There's another side to it it goes deeper than the fact that most women don't get "roped in" when they are tied to scoundrels. It's this. If a woman hears rumors of a man or a man of a woman) and there's one jot of honesty in their re lationship, what Is more natural than to go straight to the person of whom the story is told and speak after this nshlon: "Dear, I've heard a rumor about ou. I think it maligns you but even If it's true. I want you to be ab solutely honest with me. Your bon tsty will give us a chance to start fair again Too owe it to me, because 1 xpect it of you. Not for worlds would I go behind your back and try to find out anything you don't choose to WU me But X hope you ft 111 choose to set me straight In this matter nhirh is worrying me so" AfTer that if there's one Jot of hon e'y m The roan or woman who ia so feguarMv v;iven his chano. what an he do but be honest in turn? COTTON PRICES SHOW DECLINE New Orleans. La.. May 10. An Ir regular market developed in cotton today. After a hesitating opening. there was a fall of 15 to 20 Mints on fairly good weather conditions over the belt, but from this there was a recovery. In which July led. that month rising: to 228.10. or 10 points over Saturday's close, at the end of the first hoar of trading; Other months stood 16 to SI points under Saturday's dose, October trad ing at 235-45 Some of the strength pf July appeared to be due to un doing of s trad tilers, in which July was bought and October sold. Opening bids were: May. 229.25; Jnly 237.97; October, 235,61; Decem ber. $24.69; January, 5 3 4.0 L The demand continued until prices were st a net advance of 12 to 27 points, but late in the day reports of widespread can cellation of orders booked by mills far finished goods, were received from mill centers and the market fell off to levels S points over to 2 points under the close of last week. The forecast of showers far almost all sections of the belt was regarded as un favorable, for while showers would bo of benefit In some parts of Texas they would be detrimental nearlv everywhere else, ac- i cording to the opinion zeaeralty held. ! Late in tne morning prices were 3 points nnoer to si points over tne ciose ec i&s. week. Julv trsdlnr un to 223.22. spot cotton ouiet ana unenengea. sales on the spot. 215 bales; to arrive. S9. Low middUna. 22L3C: mlddline. 2.2.: eoed middllcc, J 4 4.26. Receipts, 4161: stoCK. tw lOTK tattoo rutares. New York. Mar IS. Cotton futures dosed very steady. May 1 46.1S ; Jnly, 228.12; Oct JH.SI; Dec 224.M; Jan- 331.4. GALVESTON SPOT COTTON. Galveston. Texas. May Is. Spot cotton. quiet; rjuddnng. J it STEEL ORDERS IX CR CASK. New York. May 10. The United States Steel corporation announced today unfilled orders for the month ended April 30. totalled 10,259.747 tons, a gain of 467,672 tons over the previous month. The total of unfilled orders was brought up to the highest point since August 1917. when the un filled tonnage was slightly more than 10.400.000. flSESHEZ GIBLII HALL Officials of the new regime in Juarez Sunday cancelled the lease and license of the gambling house operated in j a ares oy Koy aiartin and hereafter the concession will be a nerated bv the new irovernmenL according to information received in El Paso at noon Monday. The of ficiate themselves did not discuss the matter. Saloon men have been given to understand that all licenses will be doubled. This Is given as the cause for a IS percent increase in all liquor prices, which became effective last Saturday. il WLittleBobbie'sPa'l Br WTI.I.TAM F. KIBK J QPRING is well on the way. sed Fa, ,j I nave got the spring- reeling. X WUQ iIKe ID SO 1IBJ1JBS IWSDI row, sed Pa. A trip wnd do you good, sed Ma. But my father newer went after fish until May. sed Ma, & he was known alt oaver his hoam state as a famus fisherman. . I otfen went fishing with him. sed Fa. & I always caught moar than he did. & I finished the Job by catching his fair cblW. meaning yureself, sed Pa. As a angler I showed ysre dad up. sed Pa. I hoap you havent lost yure wun derfal skill. Bd Ma. I wish you cud catch fish enuff to keep us going. Pish is like everything else In the food line now, sed Ma. It Is out ragns the prices themb butchers charge for a little mack-rill I know it, sed Pa. & a mack-rill lsent half as good eetlng as a hally butt. I remember onst wen I was hanging around Novy Skoshy. sed Pa. I used to haul out a hally.butt every morning & eet It tor breakfast, din ner & supper. Well, sed Pa, I will soon be starting ou. & then watch me grab them trouts. Thay are a fine fleh. them freckled buties. Speckled, sed Ma, not freckled. Speckels Is butlful & freckles Is un beecuramlng. That is why a trout looks nicer than & lizzard, sed Ma. But I hoap you git sum wen you go. Ijeeve ,4t to me. sed Pa, I caught a trout onst In Elephant Butts lake. sed Pa. wich wayed three (3) pounds. ieave it to me. Tou ought to rite my Satber & have him Join you. sed Ma. He Is gltting quite old. Ma sed. hut he is still very fast on his feet & I know he wud luv to go. Tou doant have to be fast on yure feet to catch a treat, sed Pa. Trouts Isnt sprinters. Fa sed. How sparkling you are tonlte, sed Ma. I doant beleeve you want my deer old father along wen you go fishing. I suppose yon wud rather go with Bill Orr and Ed Anderson Sc yure pal. George Theisen. sed Ma. Go abed, then, sed Ma, I will newer speek of my father joining yen aggenn. Thare, thare, sed Pa. I didn't mean to hurt yupe feelings. Z wud be glad to have yure old gent cum along If he cares for fishing now since all the wet bait has went. Bed Pa. We will so together. Pa sed, & we will enjoy them buties of N'atur wich lies spred all about us in the sun of Morn. sed Pa, only yure old gent cant see , vary good wen he first gets up, sed , a. Pa is all the time gluing Ma X cited about her old gent, and then Ma gits cross & I cant git any Dough Nuts. Carnival Is Held To l . Aid Kin of Soldiers Port Leavenworth, Kan, May 10. Lnder auspices of the Fort Leaven- ' worth chapter of the Army Relief society, a two day military carnival will be held here today and tomor-roi?s- Te Proceeds of the carnival will go toward a fond for the relief of dependent widows and orphans oi the soldiers officers and men of tht regular army, who die in the service during peace time. Iuii-u the war times congress gives the necessary relief, but in times of peace outside aid is neces sary i Mrs. Henry L. Stimson. wife of the former secretary of war, is president of th national organization, while ! lira. Leonard Wood, wife o the com- ; tnander of the central department. U. S. A- is a vice president. The late president Roosevelt, during his life- f time, was an active honorary rice- t president . m - "Loco lane" is the center of the , amusement "zone. AVIATORS PHOTOGRAPH ELEPHANT BUTTh DAM A photograph of Elephant Butte dam has Just been taken by Lleuts. Lleoerbausen and Gaffney and is on exhibition at military headquarters. The photograph was taken section ally at an altitude of :000 feet and pieced together at the studio of the fJr. r:lto"LFl.r.JL "IS??, and Is the first ptotograph taken of the entire project. ( COPPER PRICES ARE STATIONARY The copper stock market was fea. turesless Monday and trading; was almost entirely by professionals, ac cording to J S. Cnrtlss It Co, Se curity bank building. Changes were only fractional. Corn Copper Stocks. Arizona Btaraamton T9 1S-1S Ark.au. Arfsoa. 1, 9 IS Bit Lose t-l i CtL Jerome 46 J-I COBMlldated Artsoas SD 3 Dundee Alisons ... HO IM ureen Monster Hun Copper Howe Sound Jerome Verde .... Nscosari Magma Chief MlaDU .3-l 9 . f Jw . 29 f . 47 9 . : 9 . 14 9 .l-t v : "2 t 9 SO s 1 : .."l 39 . 50 ;s IS 1-11 10 1 K m "S V 1i 3H 1 I n Miami Consolidated Nw Cornelia , Hay Hercules United Bastern Superior & Boston Verde Exteasioa ... Verde CombtnatBan . Cosdeu , Oadodea Cresson Silver King .., ferpnyry Dean , Glenrock . Consolidated Copper Shea Copper listed "Vmpcr Stocks Anaconda American Smelters Chino Calumet Arixona chUo Kenaecot Nevada . Ray Utah Bs Broad Stocks, Atchison Baltimore : Ohio Canadian Pacific Chesapeake A Ohio Brie Pennsylvania Southern Railway St. Paul Industrial Stocks. American Car f osrdy, American Can American Locomotive Baldwin Locomotive Bethlehem Steel . Laekawana UMvale Crudbte Industrial AJoohol United States Rubber Central Leather General Motor Studebaker New York Ofis. Mexican Pet Texas OH SiDclair Pierce . Rval notch Fan. American hk SXK u lH 1X 1H ns ti 14 lit U 1IH : .... ii ,. .... tH ... IM ... it .... TI ... IS .... 14 ... H ... t ... Tl ... i ... "H ... lit ... 4Sft ... IS ... IT ... Ill ... IMS OIL QUOTATIONS. These qsetatloa. faratelMd danr by J. 3 Cart!, & Co- Hotel abrtdi. Furt Worth OHa. Asked I M Bradter J .41 Bmtt Vaner .1114, .Z. LIS X.S .MS 4.71 1.SS .1 1.J4 .14 .J5 i3.rx mwm ........ .7. Caldwell Oil ITS ComaBOb. Nrthtra .... I.S. Jtcffero-Wallae. it KiBC MMu I.M Klar Bight LIS Ztoyal Dele, 15 Racser R.k UUad.... l.SS Baaccr else. is Hanger Brook. R. Raarer Texas .s Koral Stephens 9.SS Four Days By Skf, Two Hours By Air North Par. CJol, May 18. J. H. Dickens, wealthy rancher, consumed tour days in Journeying from his snowbound homo here to Denver on skis and by sled, so he decided to -make up for tost time" oa the re turn trip. Leaving Denver at S oeloek In the morning, in an airplane. Dickens ar rived home shortly after 10 a. nu consuming little more than two hours in the 8 odd mile flight. Shot Trying to Slop Officers Entering Home Jacksonville, in. May W. At temptior to prevent officers from en tering' his home at Jacksonville to interrogate his housekeeper cost Henry Hardy. 8J, his life. Police man James McGtnnls shot him when MeGInnis thought Hardy was going to fire at him. The officers were only trying to locate another woman through Hal iys housekeeper. Me GInnis was exonerated of the kill ing by a coroner's Jury. COUIIT DRESS OPPOSED. London, Eng, May 10. Mere man Is grumbling here over the threat of a return to the prewar court suit Royalty shed all frflls during the war and many or them haven't even yet been revived. The black velvet suit, with trimmings, cost It 58 be fore the war, and none know what the post war cost would be. FORM "BUY NOTIII.VG CLUB." Peoria. IlL V is thi. iv l... a -Buy Nothing Club," organised to supplant the overall fad and beat down the high prices. The aim is to ban car fares, theater tickets and all luxuries. Members are urged to wear old domes and bank all money saved. Bernhardt, 76, Minimrc cioitr BVDTiritipriT ., ADAJHE SARAH BERHHASDX, t IBBsssSy' $P3B TtL, $ HsssSBsflSatf - x$iWbSi JMjjjKM : sHKSifwrk'MMfe 11 aHiPii sssssssrPiiHLdgLj liijw' uei mi ' 1 Ssssssek?saslikt ; BsesSBSjaVSIl 'JSHSS'MgiSlm&mKKmBl i -jwram'iRaumar- i' A the role of Racine's "Athalie. plavine at her own theater in Pirit Thii i photograph shows the great emotional actress in her dressing room upon tie ' opening night, surrounded by flowers which were showered upon her. President i nhnt.Mrr.nh .how. the rrt .mntinr,.! Deschanel, of France, who attended the performance, congratulated Bernhardt, ' addinz that "she was indeed the everlasting glory of France." S FIGHT ON RATE INCREASE The Increase In rates which the American Railway Express company recently announced it intended to make will be (ought to a finish by the El Paso chamber of commerce along with practically all traffic or ganizations of the state. Announcement of the intention to fight the proposed Increase was made Monday by A. U. Tadlock. manager of the chamber of commerce traffic bu reau. A meeting is to be held in Dal las Hay 14 and 15 by the Texas In dustrial traffic league, to consider ways and means of opposing an in crease. Mr. Tadlock .has written to the managers of all commercial or ganizations In the state asking them to attend the Dallas conference or hare representatives there. Mr. Tadlock has been Instructed by the traffic committee of the chamber of commerce to attend the Dallas meeting and to attend the bearing to be held in Houston by the interstate commerce commission on June 14. At this hearing, examiner F. H. Barcfty will bear the express company's peti tion for an Increase or CO percent In class rates in this eectldn and of 10 percent in commodity rates. Protests of Texas commercial interests also will be beard. Mr. Tadlock has been instructed to fight the proposed In crease with every available resource of the chamber of commerce. Ir. Tadlock proposes to pro rate the spe cial expenses of the traffic league conference among the cities Inter ested. RAILROAD FIXES SUMMER RATES TO CL0UDCR0FT Season roendtrio tickets. El Paso to CHmdexoft. will be sold for VSi. plus war tax. It was announced Mon day by Bt Paso A Southwestern rail road oiiiciais. -rickets win go on sale May 2 and be good until Oc tober 31. The weekend tickets from El Paso which will be on sale Saturdays and Sundays will be good for It days. will cost xs.6. plus tax. Tea week end tickets first will be sold May U. and the sale will continue until September. Ten ride tickets. El Paso to ciouderolt. win be sow at i;. plus war tax. Passenger rates from Texas points to Cloudcrott. as determined by the Texas & Faclflo railroad, and an nounced by George Dock. - district passenger agent tor the road here, are as follows: Fort Worth to Ckradcreft and re turn. t?7.ca, plus war tax. Dallas to (Jlouderoft and retnrn, S3, plus tax. Passengers from Dallas and Fort Worth, must change trains at Ef Paso. "Wi expect a largo volume of busi ness from Dallas and Fort Worth." said Mr. Deck. But EI Pasoans pre dict this city will be well represent ed on all Cloudcrott trains. M. B. Hntehlns, who has managed the lodge at Clouderoft for several years, will arrive In EI Paso early next week and make preparations for the season at the resort. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TO CARE FOR MEXICAN TOMATO CROP American consul Dyer, stationed at Nogales. Sonora, reports that the Southern Pacific of Mexico has its lines open only to San Bias, Slna loa. bat that this territory will en able producers to market the bulk of the huge tomato crop In the avest rn states of Mexico. Uberallst Imrters say the. Unes will resume full service In tiraa to market the entire crop, and that every effort will be made to assist the growers in getting their crops marketed before they are spoiled. Unable to Find Flat, Man Houses Family in Garage Svy'iWk n: T. May 16. William R. bnertdan Is a contractor. He 1llds houses. Forced to move from a flat he occupied on short notice Sheridan, because he had three chil dren, was unable to find & house or flat into which to move his fam ily One salvation presented Itself a three car irarage and in it Sheridan has established a home, meanwhile planning to build a house of his own where children will not be barred PAJAMAS FOB. PARIS DOCS. Paris. France. Mav la. Paiamas for dogs is the latest freak fashion. Mile. Jane Asslmlnot. an actress, rigged out two of her Pekinese In silk pajamas of blue and rose and presented them to her friends at a reception. Within a fortnight dogs In pajamas began making their ap pearance In restanranta around the opera. CLOVER RAISUVG PROFITABLE. Langford. S. D. May 18. EL L. Bo land, of Independence township, has found the raising of clover to be a profitable business. On a 40 acre clover field Boland ex pects to realize nearly tll.frW. Last fall he sold SUM worth of seed and still has about Co bushels with a value of nearly IS. Oriental folk are very superstitious about an eleuhant's sneeze, and be lieve to hear one brings good luck. Scores Again 7c .. ..j . j 76, has scored a tremendous success in ,rtr.. ,' v., ..i .v. I 1 LETTERS OF THE CZARINA TO THE CZAR IN WAR TIME ! Empress Thinks Humanity "Will Become Purer and ! 3 3 .Nobler as Kesult.ot World War. ! So Glad to Find That Czar Seej Less of Asia, But Fears for I Latter Life. 8 .,..ini.. , By ISAAC AHTICLE XXXHX mvtttt.t. k. wnH f. ..(..n.ratMT W after the great warr TheN czarina asks this Question in one of her letters of March. Itlf. -Will there be a reawakening and new birth in all shall once more ideals exist, will people become pure and poetic or will thay continue be ing dry materialists?- The czarina cannot believe that humanity will not become purer and nobler as a result of the war. The czarina expresses h.r satisfac tion with the czar's cooler attitude toward Anla. who. durinsr his last visit, "never had an occasion to see him alone. In spite of this, the czarina Is afraid for Anla's life, think ing tne plotters asainst Rasnutln were capable of revenglni themselves upon Ania. A Love Letter -Tzarskoye Selo, March 3. Hit. "Mr very own Sweetheart: "Oh, It's lonely without you. and I miss you awfully. So sad to wake p and find an empty place beside me. Thanks tenderly for your evening's telegram. Such sorrow without you, every moment one expects you to be looking In. -I cover you with tender kisses and remain, your zonaiy loving, enwessiy devoted, own old "StrjJNT. "Anla Is sad sha never had an oc casion to see yos alone: personally. I think she gets calmer and more normal, less aggressive when she has less chance, because the more one has, the more one wants, iz you need talks, then of course, ifs an other thing. But she gets over those things much better now. You have trained her and in consequence her temper is calmer and we have no stories. She was killing about tele phones and visits and stories about our Friend, flinging her stick about the room and laughing. Oh. how I long for you!" The Case of SukhomlrnoT -Tzarskoye Selo, March 4, Ult. "My very own Sweetheart: "I can imagine how lonely you most feel again at Moghllev. -Countess Klelnmlchel. who mar ried the doctor, came to Asia looking young and handsome- I am really anxious about Anla: once & man was capable to try and buy others to kin our Friend, he is capable of reveng ing himself upon her. She had an awful row by telephone with Greg ory for not having gone today, bat I entreated her sot to: besides, she has a terrible cough. Then the wo man came and made a scene to her for not going to town, and he sort of predicts something Is going to hap pen to her, which certainly makes her yet mors nervous. -This war has made everything topsyturvy and turned all minus. "I saw by the papers you have said Sukhomllnov is to be judged: that's right. One says there will come out bad things against him. that be took bribes: that's her for sure. Ifs so sad. Dear mo. what bad lock one has! No 'gentlemen.' that what It Is. no decent bringing up. and Inner de velopment and principles which one can rely upon. One get's so bitterly disappointed In Russian people: they are so far behind still. We know such masses and yet when one has to cnooae a minister, none is capaots to hold such a post. "Fondest, tenderest kisses, from your very own old "WIFY.- hiu tae war jrarxer -Tzarskoye Selo. March S. 1916. -My Sweetheart: Are you reading no in tne irencn book La Dame au Farfum? I had a collection of English ones brought me todav. but I fear there ia notanur very Interesting amongst Utem. No great authors already since a long time and in no otner country eitaer, nor celebrated artist, or composer a strango lack. -One lives too quickly. Impressions follow in rapid succession: machinery and money rule the world and crush all art: and those who think them selves gifted, have in minds. "I do wonder what win be after this great war Is over? Will there be a reawakening and new birth in all shall once more ideals exist, will people become roCTS pure and poetic or win th.y continue being dry ma teriaKsts? But such terrible misery as the whole world has suffered must cleanse hearts and minds and purify the stagnant brain and sleeping souls. -Our Friond came to Anla Yester day, be finds it a good thing that the Put.lov Plant has been taken by the war ministry and doubts that there will be any more troubles: others set the workmen on to strike. -I know the little admiral gets himself under bad Influence. I had a vile anonymous letter yesterday, hap pily only read the 4 first lines and at once tore It up. Fancy Asdronnlkov and Khvostov used to occupy them selves writing anonymous letters sometimes. Our Friend got me one a month ago and is convinced An dronnlkov wrote It. Asia continues getting them and with black crosses on them and telling her what dates sho must fear so cowardly! -So nearly all Is ready for to ad vance, must Just get the snow to melt a bit first. -Now, beloved. I must end. Many a fond kiss and blessing from your very own old wife, "AI.TX." On Political Matter. -Tzarskoye Selo. March 6. ISlt. "Myown Sweetheart: "Well, Sturmer sat with me sigh upon an hour. We talked about the strikes. He finds the fabrics ought to be militarized during the war. and that paper Is a long time at the duma. but does not get looked through as they are against it. He Is rather ad- i verse to prince Tamanov"a wish of ! very strong measures and would pre i fer Kuropatkln naming some clever ' man in nis place, m course, tnat zooa ! they had a strong talk about sending , representatives from the committee coroniiiiee maaes nis to London, as Rustn brouebt the In vitation. Judging by the example of the behavior of these delegates In America, it's clear one cannot permit trem to go as they act against the government- Polivanov. Grlgoro vitch and Ignatlev (the liberal) are for It but Grigorovitch onlv because Rusin brought the invitation. Poli vanov is his despair, and longs you would change him, but understands you cannot do so without having a good successor. He says bis one aid ia aucb a bad man and does much barm. Polivanov simply treacherous the way he repeats at once all that Is spoken over in secret at the coun cil of ministers. Spoke of th. re sponsible government which all scream for. even good ones, who do not realise we are not at all fit for it. "It seems that there was a horrible article In the "Retch against. Ania: how vile people are to drag, a young ' woman in like that. Sew Governor Liked "I am glad you find the new nr. ernor a nice man. Where was he be- e .. I "I saw the nomination nd change; came out this morning in the papers. I Yesterday at I sturmer did not know yet when he would get your paper I back. les. Khvostov told Sturmer he did not understand why he left. If on account of that story. The other did nor answer anyuung particular, in any ease he did not come up to wha,t I you expected of him. was most prom- i ismg at the beginning and then all . i,,Z abo chaaged. Now he doe. certainly not . .!.. t-i. .1.--. ... Anias letter to members of skcuuciuaiu. Ian Diiu H ru 'J' duma. in which she asks to -e -SrVgJr-'s VCm acerum mght '.r DOS tEVISE. 1IBR VIEWS OX WAR. t if a n.t affaln a chantaz. storr. she wrote, -fie was tc return th. letter to Sturmer as the parents heard of it, out luivosttov aia not. now a friend of his said It was untrue, be was shocked on. should say such a thing and that be had lust now found the torn fragments in his basket! (he got It more than a week ago) and that he would glue them together and return them to her tomcrrow. Can only be a big lie. this answer of the basket. Bang that dirty story and I am glad you are out of It. MMI nilsn yVU. nwouiemri. jaanx tender Idea, nrecious One. from your deeply loving old wiry. AUX." (Prlse. NWeUl E. ' Tumaaev was a anbar of tb council of war. Vlv. ad miral Ru4n was es a .pedal ralMloa to Oraat BrlUia. "a. behavior of tboM dMaat6. In Aarica" refer, to ttt. mili tary njMlon snt to th, Cslted State. by RTttsia esrly la th. war, to purchaM tnaalttaa. and other war material.. Tfali mtsfseo. nader Oea. BapoahaUoT. with hMdqvrtr, la the Flattroa mlldlnE. Kw Tork, became notorious for It, ex travagance and eerraptlOB. Oen. Seposh Blkov na racalted at the nd of ltlt. Tb u. soveTBor- apparently rtfBi t. copyrtgnt. lizi. by uueago uaiiy News company. AH rights reserved In Great Orltaln. Seandanavia. France. Italy, Spain, South America, and all other countries. Published by special arrangement with th. Me Clue Newspaper Syndicate. STOLEN AUTO TIRES FOUND IN THICKET NEAR LANARK Eight tires said to have been stolen from the Snodgrase Motor company at Demlng. N. M-. were found In a thicket near Lanark, N. M.. Sunday by Doming and El Paso county deputies, according to deputy sheriff J. C StanselL Jesus and Francisco Losano are at liberty under JI5 bond on a charge of hav ing robbed that company's store Sat urday. They were arrested by deputy Stansell Saturday morning near the smelter tn an automobile which con tained sight other alleged stolen tires. THE COURTS. 34TII DISTRICT COURT. Judge W. D. Howe, Presiding. State vs. Vicente Rogers, charged with burglary; oa trial Rita Savelis vs. H. B. Savella, suit for divorce; tiled. John B. Cunningham vs. Ida Mae Cunadagham. suit for divorce: filed. Helen Robidon vs. Fred Koblaon, suit for divorce; filed. I1ST DISTRICT COURT. Jndse P. R. Price, Prenidlag. Margarita O. Revllla vs. I. Rodarta suit for cancelation of deed; filed. Marlon Lee Moots vs. T. B. Moots, suit for divorce; filed. 65TII DISTRICT COURT. Judge Ballard CoIdweU. Prealdlnc a N. Bassett vs. Herman Preefer. iwtAu mwt Aw .lIaal Tz (uawui- u. N. Basseu vs. J. c Rous, Judg- mant for pUlnUff. . COUNTY COTS? AT LAW. -o - a. unre;. 2-rc.taia-r. State vs. Lee Bates, charged with i..i ,i. . j- ,.. m. " ' J . fl,.u,. .Wllj KUU . iinoa 9isv ana costs. POLICE HBCOVKR STOLEN GOODS. Th. police Monday recovered a typewriter. IM fwt of steel tape, a pair of wire cutters and several pad locks which were stoles Friday from the warehouse of the Rheinheimer Lumber ' -company, Alameda and Pledras streets. Martmer F. Hernsk and Bdear Hodblna were arrested In oonnection with the theft. The prop erty was recovered in an auction room. HOLDS BOND ISSUB LEGAL. Phoenix, Ariz.. May 1. Upholdlmr the action of the board of supervisors, judge Stanford in the superior court Saturday declared legal the J40.0o bond issue for drainage purposes Issued by the directors of the Buck eye drainage district No. 4. The court order was issued on petition of th. directors of the district some time ago. HELD TO U. S. COURT. Paul Albritton. charged with Illegal possession of four gallons of alcohol. m .: oi inree gallons, was ar- ' ralgned before A. J. w. Schmid. ; United States commissioner. Saturday ! ..uwn. xo pieaoeo guuty ana was held to United States district court on bond of J1S00, which he did not furnish. , AURAIGVED OX DRUG CHARGE. Charles R. Metcalf was arraigned before A J. W. Schmid. United States commissioner. Saturday afternoon, charged with Illegally Importing one eighth ounce of morphine. He waived preliminary hearing and was held to the United States district court on bond of 1750. which he furnished. MARRIAGE LICEKSES ISSUED. Charles Carter and Rebecca Leech. Sgt- Harry Goodman and Minnie House. Jose Lopez and Josefa Macias. a D. West and M. M Austin. James C Kennedy and Laura Balard. H. KI.NKD FOR CARRYING PISTOL. Lee Bate?, charged with carrying a Pistol, pleaded guilty Monday morn ing before Juda-e J. M. nia.r in th. t COUntV Court at law mwJI , - t 189 and costa to ..nwi.r.t.a.W. till 1LAL.I Remodtling of the, interior of the city hall began Monday morning. One stairway Is to be removed and new offices are to be created on the sec ond floor. ADVERTISE FOR FIRE 110812. Five, hundred feet of chemical fire hose are being advertised for by city purchasing agent Johnson.' Toklo tramways now employ wo men as conductors. WANT AD RATE CARD. Tw Ma,, -m. .a h ... T?r0e.CBS,,Tr'45..", !: Saturdu iii.B.Ty3 --.. Sli coBMCBtlv. L-7t .. word. ':,,MK:,,tl"' iBBSrtloBB. I cents per "ST. .k- .- .- . . . of . u wordunr. TS tsSSTS i thar this numtwr of r,i. win k A-.- ! One tSoiiar and fifty enu pw aamts tine pr montb. Utolmom of tbres lines on monthly rate. Fold face llnea, doable price. Two moU per word tor stock or band. on. mining or other promotional utver- -So ad ran for an tndf!nlt period T. P- takes orer ta Uwphon. Order to dlcontinnt (T. P.) ds muat W mad ta All new advertisements appear flr in bome edition. Account for eJasatfied ads art doe alter ftovt imenlon. Not ronxuuibl. tor more ibrn one incorrect inwrtVi-. or .. ' ." iv time for proper elam ',"" "BeceBBir, to close Th. Henld ciasn:?i rara Sarurtifsiw t i in . ... .--- j -.. .a.vv k. iu ?" tDfr '''' . 1S . w.n! ,d. . .. - -..-.,. u,a win .ppear tne I ne' AiLy (rd-r. To dliicont'nue &nt id. Bio.t tw "i Mfr.M oKic. before I a. m. of day at rubiicauoa. 1 COMMISSIONERS OOX"IDB4 PAVBD ROAD FROM FABEXS Connty eonunlsslo&ers will meet this afternoon to ooneMer bids fpr the construction of a paved highway from Fabena to the east edge of th. county Una. This road will cost ap proximately 34M.OM and will give tin county a paved road from east to Tax anestions will also beconsld- nd at this meettok. during which the commissioners rs aii. i . as a board of equal uatien. Special flptfces you WILL find aerrtc at NtaTs Caraze, 7is Taw- . MATTKEBSE8 reamled, z.M: nifs. U. claad. It. Brvla Mfg. Co- Ph. ills. BUGS lill. cf-ntO. II: mattrea, reno vated, Zt-M. Brvtti MXg. Co- Pa. !. ELTO.N I-AIXT CO. PslBtlnr. PJSjr; .1as. dworztlBg. Ml N ataBtoa. FhH4T CUBTAINb IACNDEBED. fancy table eovera. bed wads, .tc: qalea "rrlea, rol saarmaM-i. Mra BJchmocd. PaTTiZW UEMSCTTrHIN'G, ptoot work. seeerdUB BlalttBC MISS B. COBCM. Modiste, II Bsckler Block. Ph. lllt- IIBMMTZTCHING and pwot ed. wora dm. oa sbM net!, any ald cftaa MrUI Slwer fenrlng Machln. Co- JS & 1 Po M. WOKKIXJMEN Cut year aboe bill. rv .rameac reel used hoa, only Z3. a. -at v. STORE. S.. tfir eresa from pototrle A BLACESUTTH MADE THE rlBST WATCH. Today BMehaalo with tear azpoine. noolred rep-lr them, e u. BAKagrra. aia rwa.-iiu- DIST1NCTHT5 4DVEBT1SISO preparec. publtab, ehecked. local and aaOoaat tun Masaa w. reilev. advertisers of d.talla U mn get mr "Bio. Sky Book.- (n : w, point t fields for stoek aad lease soli las. campalCBS amazed by mail or Chan. BordM' Adwtbnac AzMicy. 11 Eer-M Bids- za raso. SOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY C4WCEBN. Th. m Pm Trrmk Faeta ". or J. 3. Flaaaiam, wtu not be nsposslbl. for any debts contracted aader said oacMS b1m .a a wrftteB order by tb. uadcraisned. J. J.' Flaaazaa. B-ke QaBeei. HAVE TOOK Fbrd av,rBaslI for 1U at ar.r. oarare. ii iow. KATE I10 to laveet with MtTbi. What can you Uer mT Addres. O III. car. HeraM. FOB SALE Btoetrle laaadry. rjuy MlBlpped. good paylBC baslaaM tos It MlUng oa aceoaat of slckima. A. Ism- Booo. rmtasoPM'. jjj. MEN AND BOYC4 tab. saaunw merbar .hlp la T. M. C A. rrm dim .bower batha, wlnu-la pool, good til! Smttsbw . PrteM: Bb-oms men. lit: reenUr. II. St. Older boys, law; yoBB-er an. -. NATIONAL Ch BeztMer. eoffe. Bra. water cseter. three lea bozea, d bu and arc fixtnn m for restaar it. HIS out ABMrleaa Each Cafe. LyBCbvule, Texas. PB. IS41. FOB SALE A nll b-HneM Cieirttr UN per moatb. ca win bandlj. BBlaBe. as '. CaU Wtaura. with J. B. Crosl-r. iw Trust Bide- Ph. 5 WILL TRADE oil lwM. IB prodticrnr field for aatwBoaH. or di.rn.ag rm c. What bav. rim to offer HALL-SIMPSON REALTY CO. 134-4J7 Trot Bldi; PboB. 1IIR BATTKKY S1EN with temt capital to han iDa Calvv-1 Baturks and Parts m vrr town ta TBxaa 'Lfber I diMooatt and turn terrtMn p to rlsht partl-i. addw MITCBBLL UILBEATH CO. D-tribsters. IBS BBIIIT1 ztani gx- rvn wwm ..a S1UN. bom. paiatmc and tmnag, M work. 4owt prl, Jou rMBtea, Ml s. O ob. Ph. IIS. .voajnSB Wt FOB S.1LE Gi n '. Ic cream aad .oft drink store, rive Potnta Good cation tor dry goods, oetlo&a tors aad novtles. Livbac rooaa dJo!nis: cheap rant. 7w bBBdred dollar, will handlt. or will trade for car. Ma-hattaB aroory. HOT Elra 8t. J -.- ., i 4lia 1arsTf nn i i &VTTSinSrT.Tu- ..V iZ I SUa.-o.'blr' & KSrmSSSTBp AddroSB Oarage, T 11, ear. nrraio. .r.7-.- . ... . ,.n V.VKi ",tt" : ."'.rjrv.rT! Win pay op to llftOT fin pay- -Bt. VB1CK 1 what roa bar. HAUsiMPSeS BBALTT CO. 4M-4I7 Tn at BWr. Phon. 1IH. WHOLESALE AND BETAIX. llOTS capita I for rr. growlBr bBaraca wr!l MtabU ted. tf yoa ha., canty for work aad abllHr to baadl 1M per month, give fall taformatioB. refereBce. aad aecortty; onv1! attoBtleo reaairod In other boslaosB Addrn. W in. oar, HormW. BE.IL ESTATE IN CH1HCAHTA Trmker I da Oraihic I da UIbm. P4 pecta Oty Property. CoTlectioas aad Ren tal,. Writ. IK Aldan St- Ellis H.r narida, tor a few day. to El Fz. Pb. 1441. , RsorsiBg Homcj-For Sale and Real BOOHING HOCSE. HOTEL? PABK BROS. Of coarse, UriW Deater Blczeit Lht .Iw.ra 111 Main tf.dnr paial ATABTMENT HOUSE of 4 apartment. rMBi each Mthrfaetorlly rent. wed lo cated en corner, larg. lot. parktBC aad pavutg la. a real rArgalB. Will consldr bUBsalwr part payrMat, IISW cash will handle It Terms. Pt- 141. IT OB WANT ta wr r Mil yoor room tug boa., or amaB bBSla.n. usl us with HHmrx. JAMBS L. MASB COMPANT. 114 Saa Ateto St WE ILVE ONE of the beM p&rlac hot.! proposltloB. 1b the city for sale, tenrla. Call Jadn Hair HalI-3tmpo 8alt? Co.. IM-IK Trust BW8.;Pa. HH. WANTBO ApmrtmeBt i raomUic boum direct from owaor, must b. modem throasbont. nertb ld. clos. m. II room, or raor. sootl toe. U forBiriied. i-rt terms, ra. a.i.. HOTEL. INVESTMEST. runtehiBSB of oa. of th. bMt hotels n El Pa. paylBS 15 pir ceat aet oa lavrat moat, long t;m. 1..M, ar sad strletiT modvm bmadlBg. TBILUPS-CBEEL BBALTX CO. PhQB. IK HOTEL FOR SALE. ?3 room hotot bot asd cold water IB lcn I room, mil wni.wiw nvu mgwcbi limbi i hir. r.111 1135 . month, wfti .tv 2 or 3 year lfM ia heart of th. ctty. party matt silt this week, I2IOT caB; nrarrt b. aee& to appreciate. Sec Karl P. Goodman, with GOODMAN BROTHERS CO- INC. Real Estate. IBjoraace. ;i K. Stanton St Pbon, 4?1. MONET MAKING HOTBL. Loeattoa first claM. M roams, roa ahv water, satin, first atai. rsr attare. win hc Bhoat 4e pr OMit ob ta ravtMtawnt. fpod 1 year laue; tf mterMt-d, pteiie dosTr pboB-. ean at etfle.; yen wto bar. te harry. BITE BBALTT CO. Ml N. Stanton Street. APARTMENT AND BOOMING HOUSE BARGAINS: Twenty room hotel wttb l.bby. centrally toeat.4. rest ealy HOT pr moBth wltb sood ibbi. a svod BtMr maker: price. I SCO, cub payBMBt llttM. Tweatylz roa hotel, fro. locatloa. iteam heat, a btc money makr. bntrreot: prlea. HISS, tut reqalrad SJS. fc.isnx apartmenta .team Bear, ia neat "tv ., elt,. la, r-aioaabl. rent, nu cos ur. and an ow "v1 barsalB at HOT sad about llieo cub. See Rrr.1 with OOODMAS BBOS. ft 430- TNC, 'F? stSSo SZ. ,apoBr--4-. - araaton St. Pnon .4.1. RESCCKI FHOK 93tOO TO S37M 13 rooms, nntninc water la each room good faraltvxe, oentralty located. eha p rent, this place la a money maker, owner has to leave city, hence the sacrifice. Pandy little transient botei. right neai dtpot: this place is always fall, is a bs money maker, price S4IM. about ball rash, this won't last long as K is a good boy, investigate csi! Melera JVHES L MABR t COUTANT. Phone 4 55 9.