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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, February 8. 1910
LOAD OF PLUNDER
JL0 1 1
National Monetary Cormiiis-
sion Publishes Data
Gathered on Banks.
25c Lace Hose, black tan and white, pair
$2,00 White Bed Spreads, limited quantity .
$2.50 & $3.00 White Bed Spreads, limited .
All Over Laces and Embroideries
35c to 50c White Waistings, yard
These special prices will clean up the above
lots, so if you want goods almost at your own
price, be on hand early. Doors open at 9 a.m.
F- J BRAY, Manager
Vogue Dry deeds Company
Overland Street Store Burg
larized Horse and
Using a crowbar, burglars forced open
the grating1 in the alley at the rear of
J. Amstater's clothing store, at 202
Overland street late Monday night, and
gained an entrrnee. The grating afford
ed an entrance into the cellar whence
the men ascended the steps to the store
roomr opening a trap door there.
Four watches and 30 suits of clothing
were the plunder they got out through
the little hole through ivnich they had
made their entrance. They loaded the
clothing Into a wagon, -which had been
stolen from Clyde Holmes and tnis -was
drawn by a horse stolen from Franklin
It was nearly 1 oclock this morning
The Fourth Estate
From the Great Play of the Same Name "by a Copyright, 1909, by Joseph Meaill Patter-
Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford 4? son and Harriet Ford
NOVELIZED BY FREDERICK R. TOOMBS.
Washington, D. C, Feb- 8. The bank
ing laws of all the states and tern
tones of this countnV have been sum
ZrrnA A vtvi -nod iii a remarKauiy
f.v. ... -- fwliv I "as ueariy x ucivck. mis muiuuis
under the auspices of the national mo"" j passing along South Stanton street and
etary commission as another output oi . becoming- suspicious he began an rnves
its exhaustive investigation or banking tigation. A man on the wagon seat
and financial operations and conditions jumped to the ground and ran up an
in this and otiher countries. This digest, aney getting- away from the officer,
praeticallv unique in scope, is the work Tne policeman seized the bridle of
of Samuel A AVeldon of the Xew York the horse and took the outfit to the po
t j ; zlc nnmfinn i.he compiler lice station. The clothins: was all iaen-
3ias had fhe assistance of the banking tifled by the proprietor of the store but
f;io f mnf f Mip states. ne discovered this morning
Although for practical reasons the watches had also been
compilation has been sharply conaen&eu, ""p""",
". -nmif'enf'the'i wandering about the streets early this
1L3 CitiAV w --, nJ !. 1 !-- 1- a. Trl?sa
several lttriscuc- , "" "" "- ",m '" luc "-w
charge of being a suspicious character.
He denies knowing anything whatever
regarding the burglary. Tee police are
stolen from a
still working on the case.
tl I i.. j- -k. t rt t:i it-. jv i -- - m.. w ... u-
1L lUUtvt'3 J. WJUil"- " .w- a m
vn'iwr lofwc rr tihf
; .-, S,- ;f ix.;il nrnvp. invaluable to
all students of banking and of bank
legislation and will no doubt be m great,
sA rv w t
It has not been attempted to present
anything but the substance oi me btuo
utes, for the reason that a digest deal
ing with their application or interpre
tation would involve great labor and
rtii on -ininnTit. of snace rreator tlian
the commission thought proper to give
to the subiect. The digest deals with
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THE BRABFIEID GO, ATLANTA, GA
PRISONER IX COURT SAYS
HE HAD HIS aiOXEY'S WORTH
Santiago aiadran and Ben H. Kllnfc
Fined on Charges of Xot Paying
Ttirn mon rchn stntprt thnt thev had
the general corporation laws ot the j passea the night at the Juarez dance
states (as distinguished from the bank- j nal, were arraigned in police court
in- laws) onlv where they were pecul- j this morning on charges of being
Ben H. Klink, who said he was a
railroad man. but refused to say by
It was said that he had engaged an
automobile in Juarez and 'when he got
to this sidA shortly after 4 oclock this
morning, declined to pay t'e driver.
Santiago Madran, who came over i
from the Mexican city shortly before 5
oclock, was fined $5. Complaint was
made by Luis Camone, a Juarez hack
man, that the police on the other side
had engaged him to take Madran to El
Paso and the latter had not the $1 to
pay for the hack upon ws arrival. He
told judge Lea that he had $40 last
night and could not account for its
When asked if he had $40 worth of
fun he said: "Yes, sure mister."
'Rather short notice for such a sunr
protestingly. "Where shall I see youV"
"At my office."
Your onk-e the Advance! No, no.
I prefer you to come to my chambers
4ibout noon tomorrow. We shall be
quite private there."
"I can't wait that long for it, judge.
I've got to have it tonight"
"Oh, is it something of that sort?
Well, then, come to my house after
"But I've got to be at my office," in
sisted the editor.
"I hardly like to go there, Mr.
'That's rp to you, judge. But if you
don't come the story goes to press to
alght. Well? with a rising injection.
Judith- Baxtelmy entered,
"Will you .come now, paaf? she
"JtHst a moment, my dear. I intend
ed' to ask Dupuy to dine with us."
"Oh, can't you take him to the club?"
"That wouldn't be convenient, my
dear. You know we're going to the
opera." lie step
ped back toward
the library "Mr.
Brand, 111 see
jrou again before
There was a
rassed silence be
tween Judith and
Wheeler Brand as
the judge disap
peared. "How do " you
do, Mr. Brand?"
she finally asked.
"How do you
do, Miss Bartel
my?" His man
ner was awk
ward and strain -A
moment of embat
(Continued from Yesterday.)
"I haven i ieei you all winter." She
placed her hands on the back of a
chair near a settee.
"No; I haven't been anywhere. I've
been kept pretty close at work." He
paused. "Won't yon sit down?"
She moved to the left and occupied
the settee. After a few moments of
silence she said:
"It's strange I haven't seen you all
winter. I suppose it will be another
hundred years before 1 see you again."
Brand looked intently at her.
"It won't be if you wish to see me
any sooner, Judith," and, thus speak-
i ing, he leaned over the back of the
settee toward the girl he loved.
"Why, of course I wish er You
were having a talk with father when
I came in, weren't you?"
"Yes," rising and stepping back from
"Wheeler, come here," the girl asked
wistfully. "I want to talk to you '
He moved to a chair Hose by her sid
"Aren't you beginning o realize that
you may have been a bit headstrong?'
she said tenderly, iooking into hi1
eyes. "I'm afraid you are getting In
very deep. i'our friends, most oi
them, have been patient with you s
far, but there's a limit, you know, and
you'll lose them."
"Oh, Wheeler" she was intensely ir
earnest "is it worth while (o let thorn
go just for an idea?"
"A man must act according to hl
"And a woman according to hers
Perhaps you don't realize it. but that's
what I've been trying to do. You
know. I've been alone a great deal of
my life. I've had more responsibilitj
than most girls. I've had to decide
things for myself and the jounger
ones and do the best I could for ail
Yes, I know that There's nobodv
like you. Judith."
"I'm glad if ymi think that."
Grand Opera Concert
ALL WGSLB ARTISTS
Caruso, Serobrieli, Journet, Tetrazzini, Melba, Pai-
rar, Selmman-Heink, Scotti and others, in selections
from Lncia, Traviata, Lohengrin, La Farorita,
Fanst, Rigoletto, Tosca, Tannhanser, etc., etc.
Thursday Evening, 7:30 Oclock
103 EL PASO ST.
"I'll always think that, Judith," he
exclaimed passiou:sreJy. "And I'll al
ways feel all that I've lost."
"Haven't you brought it on your
self?" she asked quickly.
Brand seized both her hands, and in
a tempest of emotion, iong -suppressed,
he rose and bent over her.
"Ob. "dearest, can't we have this one
moment" he was aroused to a pilch
she had never seen him reach-before-"ereu
if we never have another, with
out thinking of anything except ex
cept each other?" He seated himself
close to her.
"Wheeler, I've a little story I want
to tell you," she said fondly, yet sadly.
She spoke as one pleading in a vital
cause. "Once upon a time there was a
girl, and she rather liked a somewhat
gloomy young man. But one night
something happened and then they
didn't speak for a long time oh, a
very long time. But there were other
young men. and one of them has asked
to call tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock
He was very serious about it. You
see, the girl has been whiting so long
that she's beginning to be afraid
afraid that er Oh, Wheeler, why
won't you drop it all? It's not too
She rose to her feet, still with her
hands in his. and in anothPr moment
he stood beside her. fie threw both
his arms around her and held her close
to his bosom.
"Judith," he whispered passionately
"Why don't uqk call tomorrow at 4?"
was her response.
As thoy stood there in fond embrace,
her lips raised to his. Judge Bartelmy
appeared at the extreme end of the
rdoin. He gave a suddeu start as he
saw their oblivion to all else but them
selves. His cold blue eyes shone with
the satisfaction that filled him. He
had done a good day's work, he con
gratuialed himself. He had arranged
to buy Brand's "silence for $30,000
when it was really worth twice that
sum to a man of the United States
judge's wealth and' standing. Why. he
had originally planned to give Brand
twice that sum as a wedding present
when he married Judith.
"Mr. Brand." the judge declared. "1
will call at your office tonight at 9
o'clock. Judith. 1 am ready to go
The couple drew apart in confusion.
(To Be Conttnuea.5
;-ri-P ioocsihlp cr ifche uaiiK suii-uLea
left -blanks which needed to e supplied.
Tmi-tcic f rti st;itp laws dealing with
circulation are omitted as 'being of no what road he is employed, was fined
practical value, in view oi tne present
control of circulation by the national
The statutes are systematized as iar
as possible under the head of each
state bv division into three general cap
tionsbanks, savings banks and trust
The taible relating to state banks
shows that the minimum capital re
quirement is in many cases below that
of the national banking law, even since
that was reduced in 1900 to $25,000.
Among the cases where the minimum
is comparativelv low are: Alabama
$15,000; Colorado $10,000; Florida
$15,000; Kansas $10,000, Kentucky
S15.000: Louisiana $10,000; Minnesota
$10,000; Mississippi $10,000; Missouri j
$iu,uuu; -eorasKa $xu.uuu; -jvuuu.
$10,000; Xorfch Carolina $5000: North
Dakota $10,000: Oklahoma $10,000:
Oregon $10,000; South Dakota $10,000;
Texas $10,000; Utah $10,000; Virginia
S10.000: Wisconsin $10,000: Wyoming
$10,000. These are in each case, the ; - Chicago; C W. Brown and wife,
minimum (for the smallest communities, ' gan iarojaJ, X. M.; G- Hoppenrath,
and a higher minimum is required in pncblo, Colo.; Manuel Aguilar, W. E.
some states in towns above a certain Brod Parral. Mex.: G. L. Evster. Paul
population- I Brcck, Rock Island. 111.; W. R. Mc-
State Inspection. I intosh, L. M. Paquinn, Chicago, 111.;
The summary in regard to state su- J Frank Harbuck. Leon J. Kahn. Shreve
pervision shows about half the states p0r La; Putnam, Parral, Mex.; W.
to rely upon some otfrer official than a . Read and wife, Prankie Donnell and
superintendent or commissioner of bank- ! ,frjend5 Portland. Ore.; C H. Price,
ing, although in some of these eases ' Odessa, Tex-: Jennie Goldcock. San
examiners are appointed. Thus, in Ala- ( Francisco; Has Rhodes. Colorado
bama, the duty of supervision falls upon j Springs, Colo.; W. W. Bush and wife,
the state treasurer; in Arizona, upon ( Sacramento. Calif.: F. Giesler, Naco,
the auditor of the territory; in Dela- . Ariz.; Wflliam T- Haase and wife, Ghi
ware. upon the insurance commissioner; cafTQ) m .: Mrs J. W. Blackville, Three
in Florida, upon the controller; in RiverSj X M.;H- M. Woods, jr., E. P.
Georgia, upon t-he state treasurer; in I.; H. G. McLaughlin, San Francisco;
Illinois. Indiana and Iowa, upon the t x,. r Millican. Alamore, Tex.; B. L.
state auditor; in Kentucky, upon the j Worther, Bisbee, Ariz.; W. A- Hance
secretary of state: in Nebraska, upon i and -if Preeport, 111.; Talbot C. Deter
the state bankimr board, consisting of j an(j wjie p River, N. Y.: G. W. Mc
the governor, auditor and attorney gen- Ewen, Cleveland 0.; K. L. Bernard,
eral; in North Dakota and Oregon, upon Xew York; L. Brawn, Indianapolis,
a similar board; in North Carolina and i . Frank H- Wrisht, San Francisco.
A'lrgima, upon the corporation commis- . Qaj . p b. Fetzer. Parral, Mex.; G.
B. Xdppincote, Denver, Colo.; J. P. Mar
tinez, Boston, Mass.; R. E. Hayslett,
Kansas City, Mo.
" Grand Central J. E. Bo wen, Berino,
N. M.; T. A. Van Tocn. Temosichic,
Mex.; R. Anderson, New Mexico; W. H.
Berryman, Los Angeles, Cal.; H. J.
Litten, 2L.03 Angeles, Cal.; E. M. Gll
patrick, Grand Junction, Colo.; Mrs. M.
Morgan, Grand Junction, Colo.; J. N.
Hayes, Simon, Ark.; W. A. Carver,
Washlngotn, Tex.; J. A. McGonaglll,
Clint, Texas; M. J. Pardee, Demlng, N.
M.; Carl H. Phillips, Misadino; Bruce
ICelloud, Chicago, 111.; R. Mettler, Los
Angelus S. A. Nunn, Atlanta, Ga,;
K. V. FIzzell, Tucson, Ariz.; F. T. Of
ferle, Chicago, 111.; W. P. Moore, Al
banj ST. T.; A- D. Walker, Chicago; J.
D. Murtee, Tucumcarl, N. M.; W. J.
Musgrave, Tucson, Ariz,.; S. B. Smith,
Los Angeles, Cal.; C. Gaclie, Chamlte,
Kas.; "W. F. Bullard, Tucson, Ariz.;
James Ashley, Tucson, Ariz.; Mrs. J.
r. McMurtee, Tucumcarl, N. M.; W. T.
Gass, Nevada, Mo.; Miss Daisy Lius,
Sheldon J. A. Dailey and wife, Terre
Haute. Ind.; J. M. Bovajian. New York:
R. B. Garderer. Oklahoma. Okla.: C. E.
Mills, Morenci, Ariz.; S. C. 'Smiley and
wife, St. Louis, Mo.; n. jj. .caning anu
The national monetary commission
consists of Nelson W. Aldrich, Rhode
! Island, chairman: Edward B. Yreeland.
New York, vice chairman; Julius C.
Hart and wife, Guadalajara, Mex.
Zeiger J. A. Riche, Albuquerque, N.
M.; J. G. Stevens. Denver, Colo.; E. C.
Adams. Antfhonv N AI- f! CI "Rrort.
T . ! 1 1 -r-.I TT -I. ZZ . ' - " J. '' . ' :
uiiuwa, -uiraiKan; raigene xraie. i Jingle, N. M.; B. J. Haley, Rifle; H.
Maine: Philander ?. Knox. Pennsylva- j Fogg, Ft. Worth, Tex-; Qharles C. Grif
nia;TTh.eodore E- Burton 01"; John . fin, Y. L. McGee, Mexico; F. C Mc
W Daniel. Yircinia; Henry M. Teller, J Kinney. Merced, Cal.; Philip Dourdron,
Colorado; Hernando D. Money. Missis- , Hachita, X. M.; Ellis Richardson, Al
srppi; Joseph W. Bailey, Texas- Jesse - anv, Tex.: John Z. Warren. Enirle. X.
uverstreet, Indiana: John W. Weeks, M.; AY. J. White, Bisbee, Ariz.; L Ran-
Colorado; Sylvester C. Smith. Califor
nia; Lemuel P. Padgett, Tennessee;
George F. Burgess, Texas; Arsene P.
Pujo, Louisiana; A. Piatt Andrew, spe
cial assistant to commission; Arthur B.
Lest tc forjret let" keep our money
at home ind still get the best. Globe
UWOIN LABOR PLANS
km, Bakersfield. Calif.: J. S. Lenier.
T. W. Lenier, Sierra Blanca, Tex. ,
Orndorff: J. M. Bryojie, New Yorlc
city; H. C. Robei New York city: Mc-
Fadden. New York city; Charles A. Ro
j madka, Douglas. Ariz.; S. N. Deldini,
ana wue, los Angeles. Cal.; iuan Gorge,
Cananea, Mexico; W.'E. Thurber, Mex
ico City; Jose M. Almada, Mexico Oity;
Mercedes de Almada, Mexico City; J. C.
Marhnez, Boston, Mass.; Clara V. Du
rau, Chihuahua, Mexico.
St. Regis: R. B. Brown, Trinidad,
Colo.; S. M. Gunsaul. Denver. Colo.; R.
RELEASED OX HABEAS CORPUS.
P. C. Weaver, arrested on a charge
of burglarizing a room In the Defanar
hotel, was released from the county jail
Monday. Weaver was given a prelimin
ary hearing before justice "Watson Sat
urday and bound over to the grand jury,
but Monday he swore out a writ of
habeas corpus in the 34th district court
and secured his release.
ASSAYEBS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Offsoa
D. TV. Recxhart. E3L, Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Skippers Assays aid
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
Office and Laboratory:
Cor. Saa Frsadsce k Ciiraaha Sis.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON,
SiiernronTS tn TTn'Ji fc nrltrth I
Asayers, Chemists. Metallurgist.
Agents for Or Shippers.
522 3& San Francisco St. Phone 33.
CHARGED WITH TOTTXG PISTOL.
m Mariano Tbarra was arrested by the
police Monday night and docketed at the
police station on a charge of carrying
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KNOTVLTOX DASDEIUXB CO,
FIRST NATIONAL BAK
imiTED STATES DEPOSITOEY
Capital and Surplus 600,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TURXEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA RAYXOLDS, President.
James G. McXary, Vice-President. Walter ii. Butler, Asst. Gashier.
Jno. M. Raynolds, Vice-President. Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier.
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
WE SOLICIT YOUE BAKKIN& BUSINESS
"EV-.W- TTr, in -r 2. T T ' B- Fo"ler, Dallas, Tex.; H. Kelley, To- 1
Jb OTt V Ortll Man tO Deliver I peka, Kan?.; S. iL Rohman. Minneap- I
Address on " Labor
IP YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE
About the size of your shoes, It's some
satisfaction to know that many people
can wear shoes a size smalled by shak
ing: Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic
powder, into them. Just the thing for
Dancing Parties, Patent Leather Shoes,
and for Breaking- in New Shoes. When
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Allen S. Olmsted. L,e Roy, N. Y. Don't
accept any substitute.
olis, Minn.; J. L. Eyster. Rock Island,
111.; Paul Klrsc-h, Rock Island, 111.; L.
X. Paguln, Chicago, IH.; J. A. Crowell,
! Iron Mountain. Mich.; E. G. Kinrsford.
Iron Mountain, Mich.; O. C. Dearborn.
Iron Mountain, Mich.; H. O. Dearborn,
Iron Mountain, Mich.; Will H. Trent,
Goldwaite; C. C. Conipton, Denver, Colo.;
Mrs. R. Rivers, Kansas City. Mo.; B. F.
Hinds, Peterfleld. 111.; C. I.' Swan, New-
Wednesday will be a pet together dav
for the organized labor of EI Paso if the
plans of tihe labor leaders materialize
0. F. Goodridge of Fort Worth, who is
a member Of t.hp ininh IfiUnr forriaWiirn
board, will speak at the Red Men's hall
moofinf, ..!: t. . i. .1.1 .L xi 4 t
f'n; ikon V , . ," at Lne j!iDor i gee. Okla., S. H. Frenkel and wife, Free-
Lmon hall Monday night. . port. III., A. H. Clinker. New York; W.
Vf'xrn16' is a conductor at J a Hance and uife. Freepor 111 . J. B.
Lrr..ortu anl a laentber of the Order M Dermott. Nct Orleans. Ia.: Warren
I man. Toy V A PitTsimnnc Vonv Vnrlr-
''' ThU nT3y 11 , Le?3La" H- s- Snortfugua and wife.' New York;
Central Labor n ZZZJSl "l. b"orUUSua.- 1L- "'k; ." e
; jorown, .New xotk; iu. w . uiix, uitraui-
or itaiiwav Uonductors as well as a
member of the joint labor board, will
arrive here Wednesday morning on th
Kock Island -and an effort is being made
to have, him remain here until Thurs
day morning and address a mass meet
"at?1 'ie va"us labor organizations
at tae eourthouj? Wednesday evening,
x lll spial business meeting cf tho
"Jf . -hor union which was held Last
anght it was decided to lease the third
ilooT of the buiklhi'r on the corner on
Kansas and Overland streets at piesent
occupied by the Central union and to .
make tuiis the official union labor hall. J
Ihere are four large halls on the third .
"?.?.r. .of t,flis building and the varicus '
awihated organizations will be provided
wath (meeting places in these quartcT. ,
I he application of rhe bond of ttie sec
retary and treasurer of t-he Central i
union, Henry L Walker, was also an- I
Proved sit. o Tino ;rli- -mfiptiurr I
ST. LOUIS CAPITALISTS HERE.
Thvo (private cars filled with St. Louis
capitalists were attached to the Golden
State limited, westbound, en route to
California last night. They are going
to California on a, land deal and are
headed by I . P. lVttu-. a vouns linan- I
I cier of the Missouri metruaolis.
C E. MOKEHEAD, Presiaeflt. GEO. D. FL02T, Cishler.
IOSSPH MAGOFFUT, V. Prt C. N. BASSETT, 71 tm,
L. J. GHCH2IST, JLset Cash.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED AP2IL, 1881.
' CAPITAL, SUSPLTJS AHD P20F1T5, nTl.OOe.
J. Legitimate Banking Bnxiaew Tranjacted im AH Ita 5raaciu
HIGHEST P2ICSS PAID POB MEZICAK KOIfltT.
bio mmt mm villey mm trust go.
W. W. Turney, Prest. W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest. F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr. H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS.
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CITY NATIONAL SANK
SL PASO, TEXAS.
UNiTSD STATES BEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
TFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
tf. S. Stewsrt Powers h. J. Simmw
A. G. Aafireea Kohlberz 3. Blumentcal
j. F. "WHIiamg j. h. Slay
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;r fails t
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TO ITS NATURAL
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J olin T. McEIrty, V. Pre
W. E. Anderaors.
J. K. Goggin, Vlc Pra.
W. L. Toelsy, Caas.
XL PASO, TEXAS.
CAPITAL STOCK -. $200,000 f
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