14 EL PASO MORNING TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919 FINANCE AND MARKETS POLLY AND HER PALS. HERE'S ONE AMBITION REALIZED BY CLIFF STERRETT New York Stock Exchange. Ml Anorintei I'rtii. New York. AiiriisI 7. Prices In the stork market crumbled in tlie tttrbiusly artivc flail hour of trading today. The declines, the mo-i sever In many month, rune "unexpectedly." When the market opened sperulslne Interests resumed opera-Sm lii a rtieerrul frame or mind, evl-tlemiv taking little heed of such recent events as the ultimatum of the railroad brotherhoods and other disturbing developments. Decidedly less optimism was shown however, by ronaervattve rtnanrtai Inter-: which expressed the oiinlon lliat Hie railroad slfuallon and the general trend If affairs at Washington were Calculated an unsettle commerce and Industry. The setback began with steels, equip-ments, oilaand miscellaneous shares whlrn have made up a large part of the markets of the past few months, rails dlsply-Ing comparative steadiness. Liquidation was hastened by circulation of rumors dealing with the proposed teneral Droseriillon or numerous import ant Industrial concerns, particularly the packing companies. The market was demoralized at the flose when trading assumed surli enormous proportions as to delay final prices by almost hair an hour. Net lOttef or five to ten points extended throughout tlie list. Sales l,KO,W0 shares. Bond? were Irregular at the outset but weakened wllh storks on limited orrer-Ings. Sales pur value, to,450,000. Old l ulled States bonds unchanged on tall. New York Curb Market (gurrliritd tr I. 8. turtlea 4 Co , Bhelaoo Hntel I V Ml .- A :' tv Uxtty reneeMeiual a ( wcrat Unit aua-k 'in liat U.t in t it a.lrra, Wm The tn t lite market ed comlitkaj mieti ned a. are. Eer tt eellliig t:r ilin I atari wbtl there . :r th ' IT'.- t4 tnrTMIrS If, W aiUl ,,.l n;.t;i., -,t ,:f Ihlva r.la Thm taliM fit tha leUinl wee h rrtglitftSied and wra hohlera, who elsefe tcolurt li,lo the rttuaet eilee It haa hail a I 1.14 ilee, ei,rf It Bejel be r. i, ,i tweed Uial man) i si-, ape'lall Industrial an.) equipment, haee ah ntaUi- new blah levels tbl yewf. Tlie blaaeat lEiaaea were re-orrtei I United BtetM j ltul lt. It Mnt: tVritraj laltwr, II point : Tfiii Cnee, 11 jeMeti. Indaatrtal Alcohol, I Mtlta, arid Habruln IKmotlea, I pnttita. I ' itnera mi an average i7 2 piilnu Inwer. lit it were itmlutrlr wlthoul New York Cotton. Kit AittxA&M Prtm, New York, AUKil.tt 7.-Cotton closed Barely steady at a net decline of 13(1 to jfojxdnts. , f Delinquent Tax Roll UNRENDERED ROLL tion T H Unknown, west 80 feet of south li fret of lot f,, block 56, Sunset Addition 3 Unknown, xv -t let of south l feet of lot tr,, block 25. Sunset Addinon Ifj Uniueta, L. 0.. into t w Tribe. I'm., lots 13 and t, blork 3. Washington ' 6! Urine, Pee,, loll r. and 7, block 1, Washington Add 15 M tlrnision, A. B., all block 45, Woodlawn Adtlillon .. 21 m t'ninlrles, A., lots ti! to 16, Weith- nians I M t'rrulla. A., nolo 1" 31 lit, pile D auto 8 81 TDK ISTATK HI' TLXA9, ) County of 1:1 Paso. 1 I Wm. I'. It MeSBln WS0f rolleclor f tuei fof the ' itv or El Paso, Texas, do hereby rnrllly that the foregoing land', IflWft lots and personal property .! -.. . I on the tin rolls of said GKy ror the year t!dk are delinquent -for the Uses of the year (fit, Witness my hand and seal of office! this rd day or J 1 1 v A. D. 1019. (Signed) WM. P. H. MeSAIK. Htv Tax Asenr and Collector. TIIC STATE OF TEXAS. ) County of El Paso. ) TI foregoing list of landj, lots and personal property in tlie City of hi Paso, Texas, delinquent lo rllm fiscal year ending 1'ehniaiy in. 1110. have been exainln-fid, rorrected where necessary and approved bv the cliv council. Iltd Hal Is I by iipi'ftjfed by me and Is hereby certified is rot ran and ordered published In 1.1 Pao Motutqg Tinie, a newspaper published In the city of El Paso, Teiai. once a week for lour con- W Paso, Texas. July 3rd. lino. (Signed) CHAS DAVIS, Mayor. Tor the city or El I'aso, MUaX: . LAPWSkT. Clly clerk. h:,;.i- AtlaiAa Bltifluttn1 Arkanftaa Arjaotia Kll llia t'aiumrt Jerome . ' t 'tmni'i i'lalet Aria i .r: li-i Arlarifia tlrrerj Mntirtre . llnil t 'Mr .... Ihiwe eun4 .... Jef (awe Ver Ja . . . li i.l-l-n t'ltv,fM llerla .. ur-ti H : a is j 4S 105 4 t a I 'ii s i'i I.,. C . ra.ai.i TMii ir.j' JJI .waXtl- .Vk'-ia. I .li. IDT ..II As TV , urieM; ai AniAi II rTvtorRfes, MlllJA 1 I T-k.W i Ana I UEvJfcR, StAl L J ) Ofil IC I ltr.?A...l',Sl 1 TallV iZtT aOalfc ,at?.T.t IM t-M tj'rtvxj SB-" i J, w wrgt. lri l I Ut-rrxJ It a. . . .at 7.l?tjiTl iTtt 'o.l kflD. LCMML VOfT ,..ft-ri v- - - UmBiTioaJ HbtJAie- ii Lif-r Livestock Markcls. LISTCD STOCKS. AtrUUrm t uitiii riiiftf .. N'oruirfl Futtbt Ht. f'BU) .Mitvliirri )'at irk Sfnthrrti Vr1fit' l'(iutylFiffa . - Am. Miiiw Kfimbli'- p. a Mt.i Am. Tar Kr. Am. f'wi Am. MiflBWWM . Hnlri loTuniotHe " frtf). Fllfl IlMl ielicklHatniaft ..... 'Kti rn Krtu ... 1!mi11iii Induitrlttt. Ii9 li. , i.. .in i U. . MtHMT, t vijual lapufiier ',i '-th. r Wft!ltiiilntU .. I & nitio r v 'M.i'., m Dilfll, fjfl H. .... 2f.to Mi.tvaU no CrodIM iw lit.)iilr)fil AltTlinl..li1H 71 Am Buir'lle Armrunlit ... Jn'tJ'.FillMi .. I'llillO .t...a. I'lilt .Mlainl 1'au Auicrlcttii ., ij 4,1 SI Coppers. 7.1 Nevada H llav llooa Chile. lireisie Cananea. Knuiri nfl ..... Oil.. .m Tetai Oil 21 ..nm .. m ..til . lnni .. MV. 10S -'1',. Sit 4-V4 150 I'roduce Markets. CHICAtaO, By AtKwiate.il Vicsh. Chicago, III., August 7. Huttrr Ulfher. Creunery, Uaftt, hggs- liereipis. B.IIH rases; unchanged. Flr.sls. ll'j'-i i."ic: onllnary rirsta, wm 4oc; ot niHiket, cases included, 3D2MO'.i(:; Itorire parked flraUt, 43tJt34r. POliitn -Alive; higher. Springs, 333-"'C; P,H Is, 3Kc. I'lilal -. ri ii al, li cars , Minnesota, UlliOIIrl lOd Kansas harly Ohlos, sacked, Ci lota, H.bO ewt..- calirornla Long White, sucked, i allots, M.7,'i.fi ewt. KANSAS t ITV. lin A'tfirtatril I'i tea, Kansas City, Mo., August 7-Iluttcr Creamery, unchatiRtMl; packing, Uc lower, 43r. hggs-l'nclunfed. First. 45c; seconds, DOc. I Ilry -Hons, 4c lower, 5o'V8S7c; oth- eis unchanged. Nrw York Financial. m . .1 Rnnounc; , . .. U wi ro witotriWK M licit a tiai 1- H VfJ i the ril lo I: line til EH I Inir. in nor M M i I Bj aB -.mi,, sol. test National Hank H yj I gt l li. M .MM' ikii w. 1 M uSSSBBBBmSUBKmm New York, August 7. :,,' t per cont, Sjci'ltng, 14. 3S; comrn si 371 demtnd, M.3i Krattca Dettltnd, 7.s Tlrne loans, itrortf: inonliis, 15 per cent hit Call money ea-v In.' rate. Ii: clo-lntr hid. I l i -I lOwh, 4 pet cent. liar sliver, si. to onn Mexican pesos, 8r,c.c. Mercantile paper, (TCltl H dav bills, I (HIT Willi I II. liit AMWt-liti'l rf'iraa. Fort Worth. Texas, Augitat 7. Cattle ItecetpU, i.'Mi; market aleady. Beeves, ff.'.M'n 1.1 j:,, Blockers, 7.W)ti.lS0: cows, e:,.ii-,t'j-:,; heirers. M.Wlt(l0.5ii; bulla, 6.(XI ttM; calves, tri.rjOOtS.Mi. Hugs- lien-ipts, MM; market atcady. Heavy, !.:,'it t"; tnedluro, 21.SMiL50; lltit, l-.'I.Oo'fl-.-l.rA); mixed, liS).(s;ii(i; no, commons, ii'.i.vsiwau.wi; pigs, ilo.oo'Kai.oo. Sbeep flKi-eipta, too; market steady. I.aiiihj, fi3.SiwUtS.8i): yearlings, llo.WMi. 13,01); wethers, fSjrfiftlo.isi; ewes, .5fetf 0.(; culls, 6.0ti7.riii; goats, (4.M&7.50. citii M.n. li Tior(le! VruaH. UhleifO, III., August 7. Hogs- Itecclpts, 14,("J(i; Dioltly Kn0( higher than yesterday's average, lop, nf.H; beavywelglil. 83H.3MeW.at; inedmin xxelght, 120.:,04(AiVi. lightweight. hW.antiW.Mi; light-light. Illi.ai 'i !:r.i. heavy packing sows, smooth, $lf.25 -..: packing -na, rougli, lis.uo'illi.wj; lugs. Jis.wijtW.M. Cattln-lteccliits, O.fXKi; market strong. Peer steers, medium and beavywelglil, choice and prime, 117.4019.11; metlluin Hid good, 113.0017.40; common, tlo.'iVy, 13.(10; lightweight, good and choice, llt.ou ti!S33i common and medium, hi.amM I.'-!'; butcher cattle, heifers, I7.3SOIS.00; cows, 7 i i .v.. cannci s and cutlers f. iet tl.isj; veal calves, light and heavyweight, i :.iii;i.s, feeder steers, .nl3.ai; stork steers, f7.w)j'l1.nii; western range .-leers, '.i, no-it r,.r,ii; cows and heirers, 7.iCiild3.Wl. Sheep- liecclpls, si.iloO; market strong. Limb!, si pounds rtnwjitJi3.THM7.flO; cuili mid common, lO.WlOIS.K; yearling xveth-ers, (9.766 !.' JWl ewes, medium, good and cliolir, s7,2Mti.ti; culls and coiiiinon, ?3.75ffi.7S. It lsts III . Kanili City, Mo August 7 Hogs P,e-rcipts, 300; market lilglier. Mediums, 131.60033.50; lights, '3I.00O3S.00; sows, fl9.DOW30.SO; ilgs, .(siwt.oo. Cattle Recolptl. son; market higher. Steers, f0.3.V,l8.MO, heifers, fts.00014.40; rows, ti.;io-n .3.Mi; calves, fl3.33ftl4.75; stoekers, , SoOtl.181. Sheep Receipts, wm; She higher. Lambs, lly.0feO16.60j wetfieri, fo.ooOll.SS; owes, in.sii'a.i5.ou. DENVER. lilt inneitlttil I'niit. benver, Colo,. Atifuit 7. cattle ite- relpU, : market strong. Beet Bteers, lop. 3311.7:,; hulk. 8ili.3iKu 30.60. Hog,- - Receipts, 1,700; market 111.60116.00; cows and heifers, lu.35; calves, fl0.50OI5.00. Sheep rtecelptf, IJ00; market s sluing. Lambs, ( 14.75l6.wi; cwei 18.85. DOUBT U. 8. FOOD SALE WILL LOWER RETAIL PRICES Dealers Expect But Little Effect on Market When Postoffice Sells Supplies. Knle to the public of (surplus army food by the war department will probably have little or no Immediate effect on at) I'aso retail market prices In the opinion of butchera and grocers. Many do not look for a drop In price for some time, If at all. Others say If the quantity lasls long enough and the quality Is hlph-grnde there must be a reduction. Many do not care to venture a predlc- Wholesale Grocers Ask Right to Buy Big Lot U. S. Sugar ADVERTISING RATE CARD CLASSIFIED. 1 rent per or1 etch dally liwertlon. Vk retitj Pr wotd etcn Httnday uunioo. Tbrefl coruKiitlve bumioni, not lacJudlnf Sunday, 2 Mi cent per word. Three cuDaeoitl.a iuaertlotu. lncludini Sunday, I ceii 1 per word. Seven (mttuin Insertion!, 6 ctou per word. The at'i.te rate art; bued en a mlnluiiira of 1 Utetitj-wfjrd couhl Ads contatntnc leva than tnii uuicber of worda will be cvuntrd as twenty words. Htandlnf cluslfled, rhania peroillied not more (ban unto a week, 11.50 per line per month. All closured ad tor Qa iti not covered by contract will rw charged rv ihe word. Ada eliargetl In telephone Bubacribera only. No ad run tor an imleflnlle period (L f.) UMR orcr the- telepht-fl. Order to discontinue L t. ada must be made writing. Accounti for rlalfied ada are due arter flrat insertion. Nut rupoualbla for more than one lncor- '""""""-LEO-M. A0VCRTIS1NQ. Oiwn rate, per Inch, column wtda, each Uuertlon. dally anil Huiulaj. H.tO. Slajliilnl tllaplay aili. per Inrh. per month, 125.50. READING NOTICES. Ture readlnt eaallor. eadi Itiuutiffl, per lit. 25c Lotala, per line, ea.h insertion. 25c. Contiada fci latae ajotunla cf dlaplar id apera readera eui-Jert to dlarounL umLjBkt Death Notices. AI.FSOM William Alfson died Auttust 6 at hi, residi 1 1 1 i , i'ortland St. lie was .; yoar.s or ajje, a native or flew York and resident of El I'aso for one year. He was employed by iho border .National Hank. He leaves a wife, who was at his side at tlmo or death. Funeral services Iroin Peak & lliincilun's chapel at 0:30 Friday moriilnif. Bervlcea In chiirite of Hex. McCall of Calvary baptist church. Interment In Evergreen cemelery. lower. tM'a idv to I8.00Q Chi cai Board or Irade Metal Markets. I NtW VOHK. flu I naitcmreii m ia. Sew York., AnRilst T. CoppSr (fillet ; elerlrnlytlr t. Vi'i'dW-jC; Aiitiist. iHraiic.; September, S4c. Iron steady; So. I norlhern, MO; S'o. i northern, -,i; So. s southern, f.HMt. I.ed weak; sjiot, io'u.'i.fJi; September, f:.,Mi. Speller xve.ik; Fn- St. Louis delivery, spot, (7.30; September, 7.l(Kir7.4'i. L. J. OVERLOGK, Broker KIVATat LEAStO Wtltt Ltiquii A llrxiui. t hleatio A Nrxv York, MM tVelibrr A CO., MwtM. Ilolidli. td Karth Oftiwi M . it Mli INUt, I'll - '.ii-M LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD Wo handle sound Investment stork'- and hnnda. Elmendorf & Company 109 Msra Avenue. I CORNELIA li f EXTENSION hH WHO tin' 1 1 i nt rise m New H I EJJ norneJIi both Cornell! Ellen urn I Mon and Cornll-AJn stocki H t H ictlv. ,9 B We buy and sell i oroella H " M Rtttnilon nod Cornelli-Ajo, kj H J. S. CURTISS & CO., I 19 oidt)ii H I i I Inn in I I Ptiro, H -iiiiiiii unit i. ii immi H I H four Bank WW Reeomrarnd H S I I B BB ! i mmpj IBBaflBaWaBBMan i ll'l xHiiritiliii . I (Jhlrniro, III., Anmist 7. nnllroad strike I trouhleti tvrilcji hsrnporod arrtvi1 of corn lure lilted tin' corn market today, imi the ettert was Inter partly counterbsl-nnced bv tlie federul trade connnlsslon re-j 1 r i mill food lirtrpllM were larger thin w i the Caae a year iiko. ( orCTJnotntlons I I in-i ii ansottleil, lUo lower to t'ic ad-vanec. with September tt.K to ai.HrVt. and herenibor i.50 to tl.ri(. Oats finished oni'liiinited to tc lower, and provisions down in lo MX). Uwmir In toe fact lliat contract stocks of corn here amount to only K0,p00 liilsliels and because or the cliance lliat a complete shut off from new supplies mlRtit .- -iii lake place, material advances xxliicli rcnlted in Hie price or the September delivery were maintained llironaii- nit the session, tin tlie oilier hand, sentl-iii' nt ii- in Hie more distant months chamr-i'd radically dnrini.- the last hair of tlie day. Other reasons ascribed for late downturns in the quotations or new crop months were a walkout ot white employes in the stockyards hero anil reports of railroad aiiibaT(Oxti on xvheat. In the oats market the (iiivernliiir factors were virtually the same as In corn. Provisions turned xveak when new tabor trouble)! developed In the paCliDf houses lute. ' 1 1 1 i n ir ipiotiitions: Com Sept., tLM; Hcc., fl.!iO. Oats -Sept., ".".'; Dac, ': Fork Sept., tr..(ki; Oct., . Lard-sept., tai.JUj (KM., 131.10. Illhs-Scpt, mM, Maxklnft a request direct to President Wilson, iigking that they bo permitted to tnlte over 1,000,000 pounds of eugar from government warehouses nt Fort Sam Houston, wholesale grocery Interests bavt united In a stand which protests ngainat action of the sugar equalization hoard in authorizing shipment of the fiugar to Chicago despite a serious short-aire In south Texas. The wholesalers ask for an investigation and urge Wilson to order shipments withheld. The wholesalers charge In the telegram to the president that the sugar ordered shipped to Chicago by tho equalization board Is to be delivered to con-cenis having no cssentlnl need for it. Several nieat flackers and candy manufacturers are mentioned as consignees. Peach Season to Be at Height During Coming Two Weeks Rebel Activities Lower Importation of Cattle Here During the next txvo weeks the pencil season xvlll be at its height, xnd housewives will hove the best opportunity to purchase first class fruit st lower prices than at any time nfterxvnrds, according to Roland Hnrxvell, head of the agricultural department of the Chamber of Commerce. Kl Paso housewives are urged by Mr. Harwell to ran ns mnny peaches as possible, and to use the fruit generously for table use, so that the Immense crop can be utilized xvith as little loss to growers as possible. Mr. Hnrxvell has a list of peach grow-tr;i xvlio have available supplies, and if anyone is unable to find peaches for ra'e, they may call Mr. Harwell up. A. A. Howell of Canutlllo brought In the largest peaches yesterday th have been seen at the Chamber of Coi mcrce. They were Klbertns and soi of them measured 11 -2 inches In c eumfarenoi NogaloB, Ariz., beats VA Paso as a goat center. Two goats were Imported through tho port of Nogales from Mexico for exhibition purposes, while none entered the United States through KI Paso, according to the regular report of Dr. Thomas A. Bray, Inspector In charge of the bureau of animal Industry, for the month of July. Imports of animals from Mexico through tho port of Kl Taso have been extremely low recently, due to the revolutionary troubles, which caused the cutting of the railroads south of Juarez. During the month of July, 29 horses were Imported through Kl Paso and 80 through Nogales. Forty-four mules were Imported through Kl Paso and five through Nogales. Two hogs were Imported through Kl Paso. Only four head of steers, four cows and eight bulls were Imported through Kl Paso, while there xvere D25 head of steers, 083 bead of cows and 30 bulls Imported through Nogales. The horses xvere Imported chiefly for work purposes, xvhlle the cattle were brought oxer for grazing. Wichita Fails Oils. IFumWiid hy J. Stork: burl, treat .... blue Ii. . Ilni-,,n nklliam lliltk Key Ilt.ii'ip htftii brlll.li American Call Slater .... I'I i 'fnvlnf . ; IMmitiuil II ... i Ensle , IVIi.it XX'kalil . r Da i Sun-,1'op i.'iiaiin No. 1 Vui ('leave Willi, llkaail A'aan oil a ttrfielnr WMea Itntel ) Ulil. AJked Promoting Railroad to Open Farm Lands About Guadalupe O. I Jimenez, a member of the Jun-rez city council, wants to build a nar-roxv gaugo railroad from that city to Cuadalupc, a point f,5 miles east on the soutli side of the river. Ultimately he xvould extend the line to ojinaga. Yesterday he asked American Consul Doxv to assist him In getting American catalogues of railroad equipment. His purpose Is to provide better menus for getting out tlie crops that are TOWn In the C.itadnlupe country. Under Daily Record HI ilium; PXUOT8, Joe Ravel, Kl Paso and San Antonio streets; sign, 1100. Joe Ravel, Kl Paso and San Antonio streets; alterations. $1 50. I.. O. Clreer, 1405 Kast Nevada street; garage. $50. J. W. Bolton. 412 Kast Snn Antonio street ; sign, 135, C. J. YVoodworth, 1203 Arizona street; glassed-in porch, $500. BIRTHS. WOODS TO Kugenia May Woods, S528 Tularosa street, July 17, a boy. II I T .1 1 K 11 HA N D To N. O. Hlldohrand, 4414 Hastings street, July 17, a girl. CARRAJAI, To Jose Cnrbatal, 3900 East San Antonio street, August 3, a boy. ! Mexl j tion work lI.IV II . tnlte e the Jua will nexv 'Ceeds ed In Central Oi Stock Exchange. Ilurklmt Italian II Oil b.... llnl Peer, 1,-im Hurt al Ihe chiae it Did. AVr.l. lis no ii 40 l.tS .... t.JJ .... 11X0 .... .100 .... 3 00 1 M 1 at .to ft .... (0.1 ..it .ts 1 M ., I. at voo llii i h .... 1.3$ 1 S3 1..VX 130 11.23 1.1 Oil LIS l.lu 1.39 1.1 Wtli vr K1UPMEKT8 CDRTAIUD, Kensas City, August 6. Itailronds britiKlug wheat Into Kan: us City must Curtail their daily arrivals to 200 core, compared with the former dally average xvheat movement to this market of 850 care, officials of the Kansas City Terminal Hallway company announced late loday. The fact that nil railroad shopmen here are on strike Is assigned as the reason for the order. W.MtHANTV DEEDS. Mrs. Simon Dnughlln to Jesus fiareln lot 10, block "C" 1, Moeller's addition consideration, $300. M.-irr Bros, Invc tment company to John W. Phillips, lots 30-32, block II, aovernrnant Hill addition; consideration, $900, Mnrr Bros. Inxestment company to John W. Phillips, lots 26 and east half of lot 27, block 3, Hoxerntnent Hill addition ; consideration, $5.10. S. K. Albright to Ray Coleman, south 40 feet of norlh 80 feet of lots 1 to 5, block 99, Bassett's addition ; consideration, $4,092.40. W. P, Brady to Asa Tortcr, south 80 feet of lots 15 and 16, block "C," Alamo Heights addition; consideration, $5,000. C. P. Simpson to I.. F. Wolcott. lots 36 grid 37, block 19, Manhattan Heights addition; consideration, $5,500. Francis i. Pellmnn to J. Van der Stay, lot 3. block P-3. fSarden's subdivision ; consideration, $350. Male Help Wanted VOLiXi. MAM with a good knowledge or Lnglish to fill a position as typist and Mulliicraph operator for one of tlie largest mining companies operating In this sec- lion; a knowledge or shorthand or or tne Multlgraph la not necessary, but desirable; a good position awaits euch a young man, with plenty of opportunity for advancement. Hhein specialty Agency, H-8 Buckler Bldg. , VjrfA.TED Young men, unmarried, 18 to " ill years. Must be thoroughly cxper-li riced in groceries. Prefer those with recent experience. A good opportunity for the right kind. Apply afternoons Plggly Wlgfly, oiiSan Antonio st &7ANTED Planing null titan capable or "operating Herlln .No. 81 machine. See 1. A. TATUM, Friday ami Saturday, Hotel Sheldon. Permanent address Alamogordo, Ti. M. MEN and buys to learn the automobile 1 'business; driving lessons, $15; driving and repairing, $50; unlimited course In repairing, lis. w. Franklin st. Call 19S7. pxiKiilL.CFli YtciioKrapher; must be "quick and accurate and have good memory; state qualiricatiuns anil salary expected, p. O. Boi t. Situation Wanted Female 4 VJIANTED Man cook, 4 to B people. In "mining camp; good pay for right person. I'lione 4S34 or write p. o. Box 52. Deferences required. ANTEn Mexican truck driver; must be nlile to handle hltrh class truck. Apply at orrire Santa Fe Fuc Santa Fe. MMI Ii - H.-iker. al "once; wages 36 p xvlth; six days' work. Olobe, Ariz. .ftil'KitA Ions lor comptometers ana burroughs calculators. Mauy calls of this kind. Why not prepare? We teach you and guarantee positions. DraugUoo's Bujslriesji Hese.Pn'jne A No. 1 phone operator wishes to work "on Sundays as cashier or relieving on switchboard, six years' experience. Phone 6649. 'HAUTICAI NURSING. 8114. Business Opportunities 7 GO INTO THE SOFT DHirxK BUSINESS." We Supply the Equipment On Easy Payments, rioda Fountains Carbonators Store Fixtures Showcases Tables and chairs Luncheonette Outfits Steam Tables Hoot Beer Outfits Ice Cream Freezers BOTTLERS' AND CONFECTIONERS' MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS. Classware, silverware. Crushed Fruits, Syrups, Extracts and Colors. EMPIRE BOTTLINU WORKS, Corner Mills and Florence Streets. EL PASO. TEXAS. $850. ' round man, at week to start Quality Bakery, nSANTED-Experlenced soda dispenser. " Apply i "I H I' IH i!K ill 10 STORE. WANTEn-Young? man to drive truck. "..Apply 513 San Francisco St. tyArlTED Order VsIirST for grocery; "stato exrerieiice and salary expected Address A-Wi. care Times. tt&ANTED Experlcni-eirboy to work-in " soda fountain and sell candy. Apply 400 E. San Antonio. WANTEP-Flrst class baker and pastry " cook. Nexv Mexico Cottage Sanatorium Sllxer City, X. M. START RlflHT. Los Angeles Y. MTcTaT A"'Q slhool. Service men rate. HERMAN Transfer Co. moves everything.' Salesmen Wanted We have an excellent proposition to ofrer a rexv good salesmen or saleswomen In LI i'aso and neighboring towns, selling ono of the best oil stocks now being ottered. Liberal commissions. Experience Hut upuiuaajlj lieecs.'.Hry. xvrito OF EI, PASO 110 SHELDON ST. PHONE 14fd. to sell rapnt; Dig op portunity for right man. Spanish speaking pre ierred. Call between 8 and SO a. m. J. A. SoSo mon & Co., Female Help Wanted H2 WANTED Sales ladles in our basement " cloak department! must be experienced. Apply to Mi. Harris in basement T II ft W 11 1 T E HOUSE. EXPERIENCED stenographer; must bo "speedy and ramlliar with oftlce rou-tlno; state qualillcalions and salary ex-PMWttj tlT references, P. o. Box W. I REE t.l 1 1 EMI'LOYMkni BUREAU. I'hune 63& lor Female Help. Phone bo4 lor Male Help. IN THE BASEMENT OK CITY HALL. WANTED Young woman in store; one "wbn can sell and watt on customers; uiU9t speak Spanish. Singer Sexvlng Machine Co. i -'.ilrl ror general iintisexx m k and care for children, ni'i Randolph St. Must stay nights. Oood home lor right party. MXituiXi i: i. M i:stv Carl doers and Carn Bayless. Andres Sosa and Holores Pena. Hugh M. Neighbour and Nellie E. Crixxford. PranehMO Casteneda and Filberts Ro- Fort Worth Oils. iFxirnlahcil In Stork; llro.ee Voiles III lame ... SItI.Ii-ii Unlet I 111,1 .t.kr.t . 11.10 11.00 I 11 COSS AUTO STAGE, LINE TURKS CAR I DAILY ii!nxil rtCHON Mi Mm Leaving Tucsiin :' "' H'' p. m. 1 i leaving Nogales 8:30 a. III. t:30p. m. ":U0 CARS LICAVIC Ill-ON Mill OHM I I. MXXHIIIIH XMM.I1 MAN. iivxiu v KVV i.l urn lliilllMl. Mi (IIIIISTMAN I s .'W A. H. AMI 3:30 P. M. Rest EnuiPDed Stage Line In the southwest Cadillac ai Vnin.no II IH IHiM II III s lll. lilt II M XI El Slock Exchange. Tnllcx ae-.i ii 01 tho clear of On limit Imperial Hute. Rxinialcn . , . Central Traaa Cowatlehr Central . Cri;ui0l.'hr I Mike. , . Cini-ooelir Nortla-rh LIS its' litlWlt True lliw ( m I'rtr, Iri.iii IX L Jaatrr. XXallarr .... kltio Kitlil I.e. il Biler lltll AKI DATA IOK HOAHI). Hendiiunrters of the High Une canal committee will be opened at the Chnm-i 1 1 of Commrce building Monday and xvlll be In the rhnrge of ft. H. Brook. Mr. Brook, accompanied by Urorge M. Clark and P. W. Hnrker. members of the committee from the upper valley, left x i st.-rday linn nine fr their homes. Mr, Brook; will return Monday. Manager K. M. Roberts of the Chamber of Com-merc commenced yesterday to xvork on the preparation nf data for presentation to the hoard of engineers that xvlll sit In Kl Paso and make n final decision on the project It Is believed that this board will be spnolnted within two months. State National Bank KM Alii IMII.II APIHI , ISSI. rjauattai, tarflaa ad Profits, im,0l.W. Interest Cold no haxlnja Atrounls t. It MOIII.HatAD, PrealtlfoL IMUffR MXl.nHIN. tier l'rrlilrul t. N Bsrn. the Preaieesl. e.F.llltt.K II rlORY. taahler R. W. MeAFEK. Assistant Cashier. C M. NKI.KKet. Asalslanl I as liter. Oetej. 1. XI Retiree Rwk K'anil t XX 5,45 New soxilli TS tWiltanare Oil Oa) S ts , faeatiHunl j 1.00 1 Hanger Ati, l.M 1 I'tuilet Ul I'eeo i.uiii TS . : Rrrnwilr tH See jlimtee llntk 13 1 IX 1 Summll r- I Rontet Cjslfal 1.1ft Elf Sindlwrr 4 ei 150 "'I A -- ..... JW S M ( Tetta 1 oi.lr I MM Roe l-lan.l , 110 3 in , Tmaa Huka 10 LSt . H. Oil a (la. IS CM I 1 ill. n (III A Brflmni It "deer .(! lit LM l'nliwi I eailral If .It S-siihland tnllr.1 till IS .... Simxlilnr , ai 1 00 Wrlmae . I.M l.M PttODl'CI hi x 1 tun 1 ir iiomi. Nine men who appeared nt th clly market before 4 a. m yesterday morning. In violation of a city ordinance, xvere taken Into custody by policemen. Complaints have been sent In to headquarters that these men cam In early In the morning with thlr produce snd make so much noise that th people nesr the market cannot sleep Th nine men, who pre Mexican produce raisers, xvere released on ftl bond. They did not appesr In police court yreterday, preferring to forfeit their bond WANTEH-YOU.MI LADIES roll PARLOR. " ELITE CONFECTIONERY. IflTCHLN HELPER wanted by baptist ""sanatorium. No objection to Japanese or Mexican. Phone I7flr. TM. one year's liuspil.il training and be & able to earn SI 5 to S50 a week. Rox 051, Kansas City, Mo. taf ANTED Mexican woman for rooking 'v and house work; must stay nights. 518 Randolph. SALESLADY, WITH EXPERIENCE" AND III I I PENCE? PEACH'S All I SHOP. anled buy elm kens, rabbits I II :::( XV. Situations Wanted Male 3 jSTsi'TloN wan 1 1 ! Mali bookkeeper, 3i, married, experienced in lumber, hardware, grain, automobile, furniture, xxants to move xvest for permanent position; can furnish the best or references or bond. Address C. J. Miller, uos Commerce Si., Houston. Texas. ytU St 1 MAN, fli xcats old, college gtad-iiale, 5 years' practicing altoniey, ex-seiitre man, desires connection with clothing or shoe Jobbers or manufacturers or Insurance and banking agency; best nf references. Address S. R. ., BOX 451, Waco, Texas. AtVTEb A position ln riM,lt ,h4 psy reasonable salary; hsxe had eight years' experience In loan department or bank; married man with rainlly; can give references. Address care nines. itl'AM'ED A ' chailireiir's J0I1; cvpcri-" ence.l man- lust nut of service. Phono h oily sanrord. WILL SELL BEST LOCATED SOFT lilii.NK, LUNCHES, ETC., STORE IN CITY Tor 1350. FREE steam, hot water, free lights. Rent 150. (The lease Is worth Sl.iHSi.) rxice income, improving dally. SNAP! See Mr. Harry Towle about this. P a r-k B-r-o-s., 105 Main (Facing Plazni. FOR SALE. Well established retail business Wbose sales amount to sioo.ooo a year; wonderful possibilities for further Increasing the sales of this successful business; owner selling account of leaving El Paso; stock and fixtures will Inventory about S5,000. BOX 617, CARE TIMES. Stock and futures worth about 15,000 had to bo taken by us to protect our interests; can be gotten for about W,500; only a small amount of cash needed ll taken bv right party. THE RO W.MAN HANK t TRL'ST CO. Las Cruces, N. M. COR LEASE EXCELLENT LOCATION r FOR M EDI I'M SI.LTI DAIRY, CLOSE IN, WITH FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE. CALL PRICE'S DAIRY, 4001 ALAMEDA .WEN IT. PHONE iM40. FOR SALE Nice grocery store, good location; must be sold at once on account other business; something worth buying. Hurry. Address II. b. Mayes, 1032 Wyo- mingSt. POR SALE Only laundry ln Bclton, do-'ing 8oo weekly; can be greatly increased; half rush, balance terms. Bclton Laundry Co., Bclton, Texas. CAVE KM: OR 50c you pay extra to move trunk and buy War Savings Stamps. We only charge you a quarler. Herman transfer Co. PASSPORT PICTURES, infi Texas St. Oil and Mining In every city, toxvn ami hamlet of the Southwest to -sell Southwestern-Tularosa Rasin OH k Refining ' company stock. This company has 5,(o0 acres In the center of Pennsylvania formations near Tularosa, New MeXICO, We believe that TulOr rosa Basin xvlll be the "Next Rig Oft Field." Art for us and help develop tho Southwest; a liberal proposition to live salesmen. Apply nt once SOUTHWEST-ERN-TDLAROsA RASIN OIL k REFININO CO., 108 Sheldon St., EI I'aso, Texas. Rooming Houses for Sale 8 Rooming House Specials 43-room. consisting of one and two room housekeeping nparunents. North Side, close in. Always tilled. uai 'lain hi r.t,,jo. 53-room hotel. Steam heat, hot and cold running water. Oood furniture. Rent SIM), xvlth lease. Down-toxvn. rioing for quick sale at (i,u.m casn. Clear 14-room high class, near Library. Every room connecting with sleeping porch, ftfioo piano Included. Cheap rent, doing at fl.ojo. Leo. Weiler & Co. PHONE 12. TRUST BLDG. Ground Floor. AND Business Chances LARGE OR SMALL See Weiler PHONE 122. TRL'ST BLD0. Ground Floor. 13 ROOMS, rinse In, very handsomely furnished, steam heat, modem; reasonable rent. For quick sale $3,000. isklRamsey Realty Co, Phone 1073. Trust Bldg. For Sale, Miscellaneous 1 1 .. 175.(I0 .. n.'i.im .. 150.00 .. 225.00 .. 200.00 Foil SALE The following motorcycles ln good condition: 1 Harlry-Pavidson No. 5701.., I Harle;'-Davi(bon No. ROT.. I Harley-Davltlson No. 5709.., 1 Harley-Davidson No. 57ns... (With side car.) 1 Indian No. 5710 (Willi side ear.) Mako orfcr on tlie billowing: 1 125 II. P. Filer A: Stoxvell engine, ln good order. 2 100 H. P. Krie horizontal water tube boilers. (Including about 15U 4-lncb and J-lueb steam pipe and valves.) A. H. JOHNSON, City Purchasing Agent. Phone 570. cltyjlajl, "good hose, LOW PRICE, Seo Us for Cotton and Rubber Hose. Easy Terms. RIO GRANDE FURNITURE (.0. 100 S. Stanton. Phone 280?. SAFE Terms. 205 W. San Antonio. can make n living, but the man that gets rich Ik Hie man that takes a chance. A row dollars Invested now in the Hueeo-Tularnsa Rasin Oil lands might make you Independent for life. Ask for our 21-page prospectus. Hueco Tularosa Basin PEACHES AND PEARS AT PARE.VS RANCH. ?2 per bushel. Drlxe 111. Phone 1700 or Vsleta 532-J. BoEE TOP DESK, 5-foot standing book-n keeper's desk, sectional bookcase five sections high. Box L-747, care Times. COR" SALE Peaches, Alberta and Bella r Georgia at Sunset Ranch, one and one-hair miles xvest or Canutlllo. ViuO POUNDS fine Alberta peaches only ftl.riO per bushel. Patterson Ranch, first bridge west of CSBMUllO, BEACHES, choice Albertas, ftl. 50 per bushel. Patterson Ranch, 2 miles west of Canutlllo. HANDSOME WARDROBE, pi 1)1 steamer; bargain. 1318 I'lione 8028. jtiillY your trunk, suil'iise, traveling bag "xvherc made; wo repair and exchange. El I'aso Trunk Factory. FRUIT jars cheap. Pit 422J. HISS. EIJPsso. second-hand bicycle for sale !v, Mesa. PASSPORT PICTURES. 104 Texas's t. If, Si is 5s t: 50 II r i n trunk and N. El Paso. 420 Trust Rldg. El Paso, Tex. I'hone 474. OIL! OIL! OIL! Am compelled to raise prices on locations In the Hueco district, Toxvnshlp 2d s . Range 9, Otero county, Nexv Mexico. Hie price to September I is ftln ror 20 acres; arter September 1 2o. This does not affect agents. Sectional blue print oil maps. II. J. S. CHOZ1ER. Room 309, Trust Bldg. Phone 8055, For Quick Sale I 100 acres, block 33, section 03, Ward ctiiititv, rive miles from Laura well, 4.(K) per acre. 100 acres, section 72, $3.50 per acre on flw-year lease. J, II. JOHNSON, I 201 Mills nidg. Phone ISS7. Who Said Oil? Will sell lease on 010 acres, near big well, which was sold for three million dollars. If taken at once xvlll sell lease ror ftl.50 per acre. See "GENE," 304 Herald Rldg. Phone 770. x K xoii 1111 v idea tu.-t what 20. 40 or 80 'acres' In Tularosa Rasin will do within 12 months? Come In and Investigate or Phone and I will call. Mr. Flaherty, Stewart Land Conxuation. Sheldon Hotel Lpbby. Phone SMI. Branch I4L Fun -Nine sliver claims, 4 patented, Washington camp. Anions; also 7 copper in Molybdenum In Ducane district, Arlxona, patented. I'bone 7430. 1 ,100 acrea to lease tor oil" and gas, only 1 :t miles from Laura well near Pecos. Ir interested write us. Moran k Son, Mid- Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous 1 2 WE BUY ""aTTkltids ortnTlldi"S"Tnaterlal, old houses. W est Texas Wrecking Co. Phone 4'.i',2. Furniture for Sale 14 Lost or Found 10 PocKETBOOK containing Ho, railroad passes and other papers, Finder keep money, return papers lo W. R. Broxxn, Male and Female Help H3 Wanted cT r.xll.i:s ritursdays and ".ilurdays. Mother's Place. 71 E. Missouri. Situation Wnttrf MtU 5 and Femitifl Experience!) man and wife want Job on ranrh. Phone 8745 W. or 3M4 Re- If I.-- I It-.nK i i-- bo 'k ate! papers tinder . ,'. 'i nt i i .' cue rexxai I, I'll ilie 'm.VI. MTriy Times Twy, i?6 bill between Times ofrire and La Lux St. Reward. I bono 19M-W. Rooming Houses for Sale 8 Situations Wanted Fomaie 4 yrwii I- hisnii 1 x- x-1111 11 or "1ELF.PIIONK OPERATOR 111 YOl'NO t.ADY.ADPRES lelR.. 1 l(l IIVl- EaPERT CANNIrlO and preservlnr of trull! by the day. Phone SVcA ti 'it sai r EI ROPEAN PLAN HOTEL Fifteen rooms, all modern, nihllc and private batb.e; nice kit'hen sod (liiiing room for prnpiletnr, also :tih potch Threi'-xear leanc. All transient business . best Iocs-lion. Terms lo right party, ftv.opp. Address "R,'' ca e Times. XJF. Altl shipping furnuure; can ES "more than any rirni In the city. Rim lit. Berryhill lumituie Co. phone IMe. M Texas St. ffi n D - . 5 ; 1 E ii ruriiltuFeT-high-" est cash price raid. Call Rex rorm- lure Co. Phone IMI. WE WILL PAY a good price ror your "second-hand rurnllure. Rio Oranoe earnlture Co. we mid car or i!e5" ruMftttflil al once, Call ua; we pay cash, any amount. Union Fumlturs Co. Cbone iwL WE BUY, SEI L AND EXCHANGE All kinds or rurnllure. Come and see us. Don't sell your 1 111 injure before you get our prices. THE FAIR DEAL FURNITURE CO., No. I, 517 E. San Antunlo. I'lione 915. No. 8. 31 8. Stanton. Phone Wit REFHiliERAloH B.AIi'.AINS. Big Slock, Low Prices. Easy Terms. Trade Nexv :or Old. RIO URANDE I URNITURE CO. 10) S. SUnton. Phone 2808. We Need the Furniture net our bid befrre "011 sell. Pierce Fur-nlliire 1 n :(r, Tens st. I'lione 204K. TOfilY not ring Berryhliii Tricy coriie on " short notice and pay csh lor all your ruriiilure. Phone HMO. Jiti Texas. KjoW is in- time to buy second-hand 4 " gas ranges. Your credit Is O. K. FnuU Moore Furniture Co. Call Us for Storage. Western fransrer K storage Co. Phnne 7S. '. "!. sai 1 une 1 lun.bu 'irafanofa" and 38 records, or will cichange for young hens. 4223 Rosa Street, R. F. P. Box 37. A TEA wagon Is a great convenience; tt doxvn and a dollar a week. Your credit IsO. K. Foutx Moore Furniture Co. Wanted Furniture 1 7 'WANTED 500 Steves, Ranges and Heaters Will pay the highest cash prices In toxvn. We also want used furniture of all description. See us llrst before you sell. Our representative will call. Rio Grande Furniture Company, 09-111 , STANTON ST.
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