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EL PASO HERALD Monday. Nov. 29. 1920. COTTON OPENS LOW BUT LATER ADVANCES ;?w Orleans. La.. Nov. 29. Condi -- one m Liverpool dominated trading i cotton today, but the fire there did ct hae the effect it naturally would ! pcaue Liverpool refused to -Ise on To meet the fluctuation in this rt at the weekend Jverpool RALLIES AND DECLINES MARK DAY'S TRADING New York, Nor. 29. Alternate ral lies and declines occurred during thexj morning: of the stock market bat trading: lacked the feverish activity of last week's sessions. Additional losses of the first hour Included Cra- ou d have been 49 to 54 English Cible SteeL Chino Conner. Chlcasro ! -ir-. tiown, biiL Its declines were as , Prmematic Tool and some of the food bjjccittiuea m reactions ot w ice as 72 to 81 Mints at one time. Tb 3 fauser" a lower opening here snd the effect of the fire was fur er minimized by private cablegrams Mating that onlj 20,000 bales had t ep destroyed out of a stock of 874, I "fl bales, of -anion 507.000 bales were American, according to the count at ire end of last week. Prices here fell off Tfi to 22 points except that July at its lowest was still 2 points over i e close of Saturday. After the first selling: flurry there as. a reaction to net advances of 14 I I i points. January traded down ' i 1? 52 and up to 14.18 Liverpool's only explanation for its course was V &r st-ntiment was bearish. T ir.arket became firm and fairly e- the trading ap to 11 oclock reactions of points. Oils, eani omenta and tobac cos offset this movement at gains of - io aimost a points, out jieioeo to United Fruit fell 1 to !W nointK with Atlantic Gulf .and American Inter national. Rails were the only shares to pursue an Independent course. Reading. Norfolk and Western and Southern Pacific rising: 1 to X points. Call money opened at 6 percent. A steadier tone prevailed at the opening. liberty Beads Close. New York. Nor. 2. Liberty bonds closed: ssi 9; nrst 4a. f S7.2v; second 4m 5 7: first 4S, -T2; secoad 4a WHEAT "MARKET STRENGTHENED; FREE BUYING Chicago, HU Nor. 29. Fresh strength manifested itself today In the wheat market-- Signs, of further buying: for European interests had much to do with the upward tendency of prices. Besides, offerings were small, and the impending: close of navigation from Canada's ports at tracted some attention. ' Opening quo tations, which varied from one to renewed pressure ajrainst shinttines. I.Ioar cent tuner, witt wc. to Mercantile marine preferred and P and-Mareft l-&Ztt to 23 to 35 polns oer the ckw of Sat- ) S&3G; Vict cry, 3s, 9S.S0; Victory, 44 a. Jam..-' advanctnr to 14.38c. tj re o j-en ed stead . Decern br. c JannaT, 13.SSc; March, 14.9Se; U T2c, Ju, 14.25c. EW YORK COTTOX VrjTCRES. Yo-k, Nov 2 Cotton futures r 1 barelv sipatjr. December, 15.22c. "s-uarv. IS 0c4 . Marc. 15 88c; May. 15.20c. j'-. 1; 22c T GALVESTON' SPOT COTTOX. - on, T-z?', Xci 19 Galveston spcts, quiet, revised. M Id d I tat. 15 75c. Cooper Case Continued When Witness Is Absent Trial for Thomas E. Cooper, cat tie -man. charpred with the murder of Morris Keily in El Paso several :t onths gro, was continued from Hon way morning- until Tuesday morning v-ha Mrs Margaret Keily, wife of the man killed and star witness for the, stae, did not appear. 1 Mr? Keily is in Houston, assistant1 district attorney C. 1. Vowell an-j "ounced. and will be here Tuesday if nfr health will permit. Otherwise, a ' lather continuance will be asked, he sad. A special venire of 29 names has ten summoned for the case. Cooper, it Is charged, shot Kefly o dath on South El Paso street fol--wirs an altercation. Collar Bone Fractured When Auto Turns Over rant. H F. Stacy. 2717 East Mis sen street, sustained a fractured ollarbone when the automobile in wh.cn he was riding with Earl jfaxon. ."Jpf. Pershing Drive, was sideswiped and knocked into a ditch near Tsleta v a rar driven by Barry Johnson, of :re xwo-ftepuDiics garage, late sun- ay afternoon. The car which Mr 3Iaxon was driving was overturned. PECOS RIVER BRIDGE FALLS UNDER HERD OF CATTLE Roswe'l. N". M, Xov. 29. The bis .iSri bridge over the Pecos river east ui Hagerman is a wreck as a result of being too heavily loaded by cattle. a 1 uiicn of cattle was being driven .i -oss the bridge when the structure nay on one side, letting 45 head of steers drop 40 feet into the river &m Twenty-seven head were either drowned or so badly maimed that i" had to be killed The damage o -he bridge will run into several touards 'dk PRINCIPLES of PROFITABLE INVESTMENT Uo.SS. N. Y. LISTED STOCKS Xew York. Nov. Is (By the Associated Press.) Closing Quotations: American Sug-ar 74 American T. & T. 99 Anaconda 40 Atchison 84 Chino Copper 184 Colorado F. I. 2H Inspiration Copper S4 Northern Pacific it Readlnc J Southern Pacific 11? S Union Pacific Jt2 United States Steel SZ MONEY AND METALS NeV York. Nov. 29. Bar sSver, domes tic. 99 He; foreign. 71C Mexican dollars. 54-J.c Prime mercantile paper, 7 OS percent. Exchange, heavy. Sterling, demand. $3.41. Cables. $2.49. New York exchange on XontreaL 11 percent discount. Time loans, steaar: e oars. 1 oays ana six months, 7S7 percent. Call money, steady; high, 7; low.i; rl iag rate. (; dosing bid, f : offered at ?; last loan, 7. Copper, nominal; electrolytic, spet and nearby, U014Hc; first rrter. 149 14 e. Iron, nominal No, t Northern. )4S.MV 4.M; No. 1 Northern. S4i-0ef45.4:; N4. 2 Southern. $tS.944t.M. Antlmony, JS-ST. Tin. weak; spot and nearby. I.!; fatures, 9S5.ee. Lead, easier; spot. $1,599 - Zinc. qolet. ast St. Loaia delivery, spot, 15.7twS.8s. LONDON HKTAI 3cLRKET. London. Eng., Nov. 2t. Foltowing are the quotations: Standard copper, 77, 7s, fd. Electrolytic JS7. Lead. 25. lfts. Zinc, St, lfts. were folio ved by alight additional gains and hen aomewhat of a reac tion. subsequent: r. absence of seUteg pros warm was m. mitdi mare noticeable featmre. sod the market acquired a new upward impetus, which, however, failed to last. Th ciose Wi.i unsettled. to lc net higher, with December Ji.wji to nil llarrh X1.S2U t- Sl.CX. Enhancement of corn values accom- Dundee Arizona paaied the rise In the wheat market. Ernpcion After opening c to lfc op. Including ! Green Monster May at 11 to 74c, corn continued to Hall Copper harden. Howe Sou ad Xiaapoouitlng husking returas from Jerome Verde niineia. tea-ether with Iowa reports of A'acoxaxi COPPERS SHOW LOW TENDENCY; RAILS HIGHER There was a slight genets! tnprove ment in values, with only a few Issues showing reactions, according to X S. Curtiss & Co., Security bank building. Trading was on a light scale. Rails were slightly higher and oils showed fair improvement, with cop pers showing a tendency toward lower prices. Chino and Cananea were the two weakest issues in the cop pers. Industrials generally showed amall gains. Sales for the first two hours amounted 10 only 280,100 shares. Opening renewal rate for call loans unchanged at percent. cam cooper Sieeks. Ark. Arlsona I 0 Big Ledge .....5-l CaL Jerome - a Consolidated Arisoaa 1-1C a 1 j-sdcu .mi. Ac -Js, rural effects for higher prices, led sob MnvMtlr to trsnafMit &iUttloaal aalns. The close was U to e act higher, with May 7JA to Tic Oats reflected the uptunr of other grata, starting unchanged to 44 - to c higher. May. 4tW to ic. and showing additional firmness later. Provisions were lifted by the action of hogs and cereals. JjsMlTbegsd Tiathmmdbookaf 64 pages wig help any maa or wotsaa to rhoouc mrtzneiit, Bora vriteiy. It rrpinmt the fimdaaeBUi of iTcbnr, yet it it not "keary" or hrtMae-M! Ac costmry it u inteiuer interettias. hwS P T "cloKnp" rinr of too Mock mrnrket sad expbua how tomakeaMlxtaBriaJpTBrk f KRIEBEL r-CO. INVESTMENT BANKERS FOR SALE Red Crou Norse' House and Headquarters Hoaae at Caasp Ccdy. Both BnUdincs veil coa stracted and in good condrUoa. Ea?i!y convertible into dwellings. Sealed bida will be received up to noon December 15th. Mail all bida to 3. E. WIH TEES. 531 14th Street, DEHVEK, COLO. This Is Better Th Laxatives Negro Folk Songs To Be Presented Dec. 7 Rehearsals for the negro folk son? festival to besstaged here December 7. are being held regularly In the negro churches Here anaer direction of Rev. J. E. Boyd, founder and super intendent of Campo Normal Indnstrial institute. Boyd declares that so en thusiastic do the negroes become that rehearsals closely resemble out lasn loned eamo meetinjrs. Mrs. Boyd, wife of the director, -who is recognized as one of the foremost singers or ner race, ana wbo is a srraiinatfi of Fislce university, is ex pected here this week to assist in the renearsais ass to iae pari w festival. The festival is held to obtain lands to pay a mortgage on omidings ox the institute. Trie concert nas oeen endorsed by the ministerial alliance and the chamber of commerce and al ready substantial donations nave neen made to assist the negro school, which is interdenominational. Membership Dinner Of Y.M.CA.WillBeDecl A mantnlv membershiD dinner. open for all members and prospective members will be held at the Y. M. C A Wednesday. December 1. at :1S p. m. The membership secretary asks that each bring a friend. The object of the dinner is to pot the Kl Paso membership ny to lose. Speak ers for the evening are H. D. Slater and Frank Farrell. There is to be another dinner Kiven the early part of January at which the member securing the greatest number of members will be presented with a goU emblem button. GRAIN. PROVISIONS Kansas CHy Prod see, dote. Kansas City, Mo, Nor. St. Eggs Jn chanaed. Firsts. sc: seconds. See, Batter Three cents lover. Creamery. 5Cc . packing, 77c Poultry Uncnanged to 3c lower. Hens. 2lc: roosters, lc; springs, 31c: tur keys, 13c, Chicago Prodoee, Close. Chicago. D!.. Nov. 39. Butter Easier. Creamery, USlc Sgav Higher. ReceiDts. MS ea firsts. 7SOTle: ordinaxT. eC4e: at mar ket, cases Included, (esc; standards, 73 V'e: remgeratsr srsts. UH-fHne. Poultry Alive, higher; fowls. IS 22 He Potatoea weak. Aecetpts, tl ears; northern white, 1-?!. St cwt.; Idaho ra rata. .svz.sa cwt. Chicago Grains, Close, Wheat Dec. March. L52. Corn Dec, e; May, 7334c OatsDec. 4&Hc: May. 4Mc Chicago Provisions, Close. Pork Jan.. S32.se, Lard Jan., SI Li. Rlhe Jan., 312.37. Magma Chief Kitmt . pflaml Consolidated Z0 Ray Hercules United Eastern . . Verde Extension . . vrde combination CMdea . Gadsden Creason . .. Silver King Porphyry . Dean Glearock . Consolidated Copper anea uopper Urted Cepper Stocks. Anmcu ometiera CaJumet Arisoaa cnue ten Caaaea. Kennecot R. . Prilchard Resigns AtC. of,C; Goesio Gallup R. J. PritcharC manager of the Young Hen's Business league and the automotive trades and highways de partment of the chamber of com merce, has resigned, effective Janu ary l. Mr. Fritchard may become secretary of the Gallup, N. 3f., cha.ru ber of commerce. He has been with the local chamber of commerce more than a year. Mr. Prltcfaard will be succeeded by k. ix Bennett or tee 1 raso over' land company. Alfonso Pesquiera Is Reinstated By Mexico Douglas, Aria, Nov. 29. Alfonso Pesaulera. Mexican consul here, who was relieved from duty over the vis ing or a passport for senator a. is. Fall, of New Mexico, was reinstated today, according to advices from Mexico City. A misunderstanding caused his sus pension, it is understood. LIVESTOCK MARKETS Chicago Livestock Close. Chicago, X1L. Nov. St. fCmlted S1 Bureau of Markets. Cattle Recc 23, see ; early sales oeet xat can mgr. steady: too. S13.7S: other beef steers. slov. biddrcr lower on oracticallv all. graoes; onut nauve steers, t.Pwzr; batcher cows and heifers, aow; hulk SCTS oi.se: cancers and cutters, steady, a S1.594.:S; trail, steady; bulk bolognas. S4.t5eL50: veal calves, steady, practical top. 111; stackers and feeders, steady. Hogs Receipts, 40.se; zaoatly 15 to lie higher than Saturday's average; big pack ers Bsxina snannsxr: one hma. zia.v: nraetlcal ton. 210.45: bulk. 31.Oe01.2S: Pigs. 25 to Ste higher; bulk dealrable. It to i pouno pigs. aigner. Sheev RocelDta. 20. see: fat lambs. higher; soots, 59o up; choice native lambs to shippers, 212. t: bulk native lambs, 31 SetlLfrs: fat sheep, stron- to 3Sc higher bulk aaUvo ewes. 94.2504.M; leooers in lioerai suppty; stow anu weax. dcdtct u restock. Oose, Denver. Cokx, Nov. 3s. Cattle Re ceipts. S5; steady to slow. Boot steers. 27.54 7.9:-. cows and heifers, SS.sS)sN; calves. S.S9.; stockers and feeders. es-3vse.i. Hogs Receipts, IS: steady to strong. ivp, iw.ia; B4UK, s.zkcyis.ie. bdp naeaxpia, ss; ZAmba 29LBe)lM: e feeder Iambs. 2t.Msllt.2a. Wamws CsMy Zirertoelc. Close, Kansas City. Mo.. Nov. 21. TTJnlted States Bureau of Markets.) Cattle Re ceipts. 24,0; eanners, steady, bulk, S3.M OLM: vealers ooened ateadv: elosiar fmlW I 5 to lower: early top. tit. St; other celvex, weak to $1 lower; all other classes bulk, with sales mostly 35c Sower. Early sales. . llSt: bulk abe-stoek. UM0aM; only small part of receipts seed early. Hogs Receipts. IS.; generally steady to lee higher than last week's close; part load to yard traders. 21t,lt; balk of sale. J9.t4va.tt; pigs, 3Se higher; good and choice fat pigs, SSe higher; good and choice fat pigs. ft.2SO.54. Sheep Receipts, ISM; very uneven: fat lambs mostly steady to 9c signer; fad lambs, 1X Few natives, 311.3S: some sales show more advance: no feeding lambs sold early but dealers bidding oharpty lower. irket steady. 3S.tt)4-t; Secrets Of The Mooies Revealed I i Q. On? R Tablet Each Sight For J ffk WIH Correct Tour Coasti- yatWn asd Make Constant Try It. Poor digestion and assimilation h an a poorly nourished body and low i jtally. Poor elimination means (oggea Don cisF xenzienia.(.ion, i-uiri' the formation of poison- APPEALS FROM SECOND VERDICT FDR MANSLAUGHTER RoowelL N. M, Nov. t$. For the seoond time in three years Stephen Crosby has been convicted by a Jury in district court here of voluntary man slaughter. Crosby on Oct. 14, 1917, killed Julian S. Schafer near this city. Afti-r the first trial he appealed i eases which are absorbed by the ' to tne state bud re me court and the blood and carried through the body, case was reversed and remanded for a new trial. Now attorneys for Croe- The result Is weakness, headache. dtzz:ness, coated tongue, inactive liv r bil.ous attacks, loss of energy, iif rvoujnBs, poor appetite. Impover ished hi rod. callow complexion, plm pk-s, sKir disease, and often times se rioas illress. Ordinary laxatives, purges and ca hart:cs salts, oils, calomel and the .tee xay relieve for a few hours, bat real, las tine benefit can only come hrough use of medicine that tones up and strengthens the digestive as well as the ehrum&tive organs. Get a 25c box of tare's Remedy fNR Tablets, and tak one tablet eacft night for a week. 3elief will follow the very first dose, but a few days.stem. has returned from an exten- wJl eanse before vou fee and realize 1 aa eaien the fullest benef When you get j 5n'ghtened cut and feel Just right j ur xuvlbot wn again you need not take medicine I Tjesri 2 mSSfSrw. eery day an occaaicnal N'R Tablet Satu7da" country on will tbn ke-p your system In good -.For ' wk" -o"d.tion a-d ou will always feel v- i. w.-J . 4. ?o:-best. l .member, keeping well :s 1 him- ' cia hed 8 bcen bothering eas'er ana -.err than ptjng welt 1 ' amir' Remedy 'NR. Tablets) are ZZZZZZ-ZZ-IZZZ"--- o.a j tr sri recommended by by have given notice of a d Deal from the second Conviction and the case will go back again to the state sa I preme court- I RAILROADS WANT MOXEY. Washington. D. C Nov. 2Ooart 1 action to compel the treasury depart ment to make payments to the rail roads under the guaranty provision - the transportation act is under . onsideration by the .carriers. I RAILROAD MAN RETCRXS. Eugene For. creneral traffic man. arer of the El Paso Southwestern Who is the movie actress whose horse ran away with her recently while she was portraying the part of "Lady Godrvaf A. .This blushing experience be fell May Allison recently while en acting the famous ride of Ladv Go- diva in Hollywood. The scene was maoe at night and Miss Allison clad only In a long flowing blonde wjg was riding her horse down the street when the animal took fright at the brflHant lights and made & bolt for a public street. However, attendants overtook the horse and res coed Miss Allison. Qu What famous film beautr re- -cently became the mother of a nine and a half pound bahy daughter? A. Gloria SwaBson. the wife of Herbert Somborn. has named her lit tle., daughter after herself, Gloria Swanson Somborn. Gloria, Jr., was born October 7, 1919. Q Prom what famous movie vil lain Is Gloria Swanson divorced f A. She was at one time the wife of Wallace Beery, famous film char acter actor. Q. Is ft necessary to send one's photograph when submitting a scen ario to a photoplay company? A. Good looks are quite necessary for film actors, but quite unneces sary for scenario writers. All the scenario editor cares about la your story, not your looks. The editor only has time to look at photoplays, I so don't send a photograph with it. I Q. How did Chester Conklln get f his nickname WalruawT ) A. He sOt his sohriant f mm tfi i drooping mustache he affects in his ; com edit makeup. Copyright. ItSO ! xnompson feature service. waar is the average number of ptetureo a year In which stars now appear? This question will be answered tomorrow In this department. Kansas City Special Due Saturday From Mexico A soecial train re rrvl n v TTanu City. Mo., business men back from the inauguration of Gen. Obregon in Mexico City will pass through El Paso about Saturday, it was an nounced Monday by Walter flrav. agent for the Orient railroad in El ruo. jrrom r.i so tne special train ' will go to the west coast of Mexico, i It entered Mexico by way of Laredo. Mr. Gray succeeded T. JC Partridge , In El Paso. He came from Kansas City, where be was 18 years In rail- road work. Mr. Partridge has taken I a position with the Southwestern i Portland Cement company in Los Angeles. The orient office will con tinne to be at 401 Mills building. IzMe '7 I GRECIAN ijSas? jVALL WEEK! I EVERY DAY THIS WEEK 1 Another Elknay F E YEAR S GREATEST FILMS! u i I wrfT p,i tm&m Y8?m I k llvil; .'mnsaMnsNBassnsmi i i i t mmemsBr. Tggmmzm i e smwsnsaii ai i nni i in ami -:::::::::::::::: AZ .i I TT IfsmliKsl i ' r II IM 'i' ! 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Jr. Horaesiioe iMBU .... Hoeco Balsa Oil Co. do Basin O. A D. do Rancor . . Invader of Texas Jan-era Wallace Klnr 8 Pullman Ranrer Brooks . . Kaacer tmra . Raaeer Rock Island .... Roy I Dune Sottthwestern O. ft D. . . . Sonthwestera Talane B.. Sunshine im Chief Texas Petroleum Walker Caldwell Weimar W. W. Cox IS.M DR. WALLACE PREACHES. Dr. Wallace of Los Aneeles. a con in of James 6. McNary and Mrs. H Bowie former sudd it oastox tn First Presbyterian church of El Paso preached the sermon Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church. Dr. Wal lace is nearly so years oia. Kodak Finishing-. See Oandara- TCIQU M now VIOLA DANA' In a Retera Skowks of "Dangerous To Men" Asi BUSTER KEATON Convict "13" n Sera hf George CocdduM. 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