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EL PASO HERALD
FRESH EVERY DAY
These cakes are strictly home made and placed in
our store fresh every day.
White Nut Iayer Cake
Chocolate Fig Layer Cake
Caramel Layer Cake
"White Fig Layer Cake
Chocolate Layer Cake
Price, per-whole cake $1.00
Price, per half cake 50
HOME MADE BREAD, Large Loaf 15c
ANCHOVIES IN KEGS.
Just received fresh shipment of extra fine Ancho
vies in small wooden kegs. Per keg, 35c.
Direct from the Connell Banch every day. The
best and -freshest eggs you can possibly get.
Only 40c Per Dozen.
FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT.
Extra fancy, sweet and juicy. Each 10c.
These are new crop, extra fancy potatoes. Per
pound 12 l-2c.
Ail afternoon trains are reported on
C 1 BJIIlHSrto-. 70S Magoffin. Tal. 1489
painting, paperhanglng, decorating.
James G. McNary, W. H. Vance and
George Buchanan have been appointed
Jury commissioners for the March term
of the 34th district court. They are to
day engaged In selecting 540 jurors for
the next term of court.
Dr. Starker, 318-31: . Caples Bldg.
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear. nose and throat.
Shot By Jealous Husband.
Reno, .Nev., March 1. Frank Rogers
Bhot and killed W. E. Lorton because of
25 Cents a Pound
15 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
06 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
FIRESTQHE AUTOMOBILE TIRES
C. D. FREEMAN
312 Mesa Ave.
EL PASO CYCLE WORKS
$2.00 to $3.50
$1.50 and $2.
$1.25 to $2.00
SEE OUR WIN
Cor. Mesa and
the alleged attentions of the latter to
Rogers's wife. Rogers Is in'jail. He has
An Honest Grocer
The Jackson grocery is popular be
cause it is honest and their prices are
f right practically on everything. This
store buys in carload lots for cash thus
getting the very largest discounts anu
those discounts they give to their cus
tomers. A little saving on everything
amounts to a great deal in a monthl
ron "Pablo Diaz y Diaz, formerly of
San Antonio, Tex., has recorded his cer
tificate to practice medicine in El Paso
county with the district clerk.
Dr.'Camcroa, Dentist, ror reliable den
tistry, reasonable prices. Office over
Guarantee shoe store. "Work guaranteed
"Set a .good table" seven days a week,
three times a day, and stay "within
your means." It's a matter of "man
agement." of knowing where to buy.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Tribute to Hctjrews.
Washington, D. C, March 1. In reoly
Ing to a protest against certain immigra
tion bills pending in congress pres dent
Taft paid high tribute to the Hebrews
who had come to America from various
parts of the world and became imbued
with the true spirit of patriotism. In
speaking to a delegation from the Amer
ican Association of Foreign Language
newspapers, he said:, "Insofar as I am
concerned, I shall sign no bill without
giving you men a full opportunity to
Suit for Divorce.
Mamie Johnson has filed suit for di
vorce from Ira B Johnson in the 34ih
district court. The petition "sets forth
that "he and the defendant were married
in El Paso October 10 1904. and- lived
together until October 17, 190S, when the
defendant removed to Arizona. There are
two children. Alberta Lee Johnson, a
girl 4 years old, and Rolla 'Beverly John
son, a boy of-2 years, at present In tne
custody of G. P. Johnson.
More Rooms at Y. M. C. A.
Bachelors may not be on the lncreace,
but anyway there is an increasing de
mand for apartments by solitary ones
at the Y. ML C. A. So three new bed
rooms will soon be added, and lncident
nllv a new class room. This will be
j done by slicing up the boy's class room.
This will make a total of 38 dormitory
rooms at the association building.
At this season of the year ripe
olives are just the nicest things there
are to eat. We have the veVy "best thero
is to be had. 35 cents a pint.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Chicago's Hat Prpblem.
Chicago. 111., Mar"h 1. "Are wom
en's long hat pins which menace the nose,
eye and face of other people, a public
nuisance?" and "ought women, despite
the danger of hat pins, to be allowed to
wear them for self protection?" were
the questions debated last night by the
city council. Alderman Herman J. Bau
ler introduced a resolution .with the view
of regulating the length of hat pins.
Dr. Carpenter, of rice at the Eye and
Ear hospital. Stanton and Wyoming
Mail Clerks Promoted.
Robert E. Carrlck and 'Claude Ander
son, clerks in the railway mail service
between Tuqumcarl and El Paso, have
been promoted, the former from class two
to class three, and the latter fronr class
one to class two.
Many Horses Imported.
Importations of race horses which
were at the Juarez Jockey club's stables
continue, the bureau of animal industry
Inspectors and customs officials being
An attack ot the grip Is often fol
lowed by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy has been ex
tensively used and with good success
for the relief and cure of this cough.
Many cases have been cured after all
other remedies had failed. Sold by all
USE & FOX
AND SAVE YOUR
The Fox Agency
207 Mesa Ave.
busy with Inspections and entries.
Through the El Paso port, 95 head of
horses -were entered Monday, andi It is
expectted fully 100 head will be brought
across the river again today.
Look Out for Burglars.
Burglars may enter your home, or
place of business, at any time. The
j safest and best protection is a Burglar
' Policy. We issue these policies.
A. I Coles & Bros.
Pay Day at Postofflce.
To the postofflce employes and the
mail clerks running Into El Paso the
I postofflce department today paid out
$3300, it being the semi-monthly pay
Dr. Magruder and Mnpei, Dentists,
Prize Masquerade Ball.
Fraternal Brotherhood hall, "Wednes
day, March 2. Grand march 10 p. m.
Tickets 1. Ladies free.
Almond Bar, 25 Cents.
Just as delicious as can be, our own
choice make, sells regularly at 40 cents
a pound, but Thursday only, 25 cents a
Potter Drug Co.
Police Sergeant In Trouble.
Ppwell Roberts, recently appointed
sergeant of police to succeed Walter
Williams, is confined to his home by
an attack of tonsllitis and sergeant I.
N. Davis, with hi left arm in a sling,
Is on duty.
R. B. Blaw r"nel Co.
Wood, coal. feeu.. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
streot. Phones: Bell .'49: Auto. 1S49.
There is nothing nicer than fresh
shrimp salad. We have the shrimp
at 25 cents a pint.
Jackson Sanitary Grocery,
Arrested at Station.
Auturo Rostaard. who came up on the
Mexican Central train this morning, was
arrested at the, station on charges of
being drunk and disturbing the peace.
Special, ladles' purses, snopplng bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, no-th sidi pla-za.
Say, Woman Robbed Him.
John Braen, who has been employed
at the racetrack, reported to the police
this morning that a negress on Broad
way held him up Monday night and re
lieved him of $60. but got away before
he could catch her.
Our vegetables are fresh
garden and consist of:
California head lettuce.
Egg plant. Bell peppers.
Green chili, loung onions. x
Radishes, beets, cucumbers, turnips,
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Drs. Mngruder and Mapes, Dentists,
We don't work for negroes.
Disturbing the Peace.
H. E. Grace was arrested on San Fran
cisco street Monday night by policeman
I. Loss and docketed at the police sta
tion on the charge of disturbing the
peace. According to 'the police. Grace
spoke to a woman, he thought he knew
who proved to be the wife of another
Office Chief Quartermaster. Denver,
Colo.. March 1. 1910. Sealed proposals
in triplicate will be received here and
at office of the Quartermaster at each
post below named, until 11 a. m.. April
1. 1910. for furnishing Wood. Fuel
Coal. Blacksmith's Coal and Charcoal,
required during the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1911, at Fort Apache, Fort
Huachuca and Whipple Barracks, Ari
zona; Fort Logan and Denver. Colo
rado; Fort Bayard and Fort Wingate,
New Mexico; and Fort Douglas and
Fort Duchesne. Utah. Information fur
nished on application here or at offices
of respective post quartermasters. En
velopes to be marked "Proposals for
Fuel at x "
J. W. Pope, Chief Q. M.
Too Many Physicians. He Says.
Chicago, 111.. March 1. That the
United States supports too many physi
cians and that the overproduction Is due
to too numerous low grade medical
schools and laxity of laws governing
them.t is the statement of Henry S.
Pritchett. of New York. The statement
wasmade in an address before the coun
cil on medical education of the Amer'can
Dr. Willis R. Smith, Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building.
Paul Heermans, of the El Paso Print
ing company, attended the laymen's con
vention at the Christian church Monday
night and while he was In the building,
someone stole his automobile. No. 57,
which he left standing in front.
Dr. Prentiss, specialty diseases of
stomach and intestines. Trust Bldg.
Hopped Train; Arrested.
C. J. Knoller and W. M. Coffin were
arrested at the union station Monday
evening on a charge of jumping on a
moving train and will be given a hear
ing In police court this evening. They
were attempting to get out of town.
Drs. Magrnder and Mnpes, Dentists,
References: Ask anyone.
MONfTION Notice is hereby given
that there has been seized in this col
lection district, for violation of the
customs laws, one aged mouse-colored
mule, with Mexican brand, which will
be sold in front of the custom house
at 10 oclock a. m., March 8. 1910. Any
one claiming the same is required to
appear within the time prescribed by
law. Alfred L.. Sharpe, collector of
Wants "Women Police.
Indianapolis, Ind.. March 1- Women
for the police force of Indianapolis is
the plan of mayor Shank. His plan is
to place women on the beats In the
downtown district with the idea of
clearing the streets of objectionable
Half Holiday for Postofflce.
Regular deliveries will be made Wed
nesday morning, but the postofflce will
close at noon in observing Texas Inde
Almond Bar. 25 Cents.
Just as delicious as can be, our own
choice make, sells regularly at 40 cent-?
a pound, but Thursday only, 25 cents a
Potter Drug Co.
Mrs. D. A. Dodds of the, D. A. Dodds
& Co., wholesale lands, is in El Paso on
business. Mrs. Dodds is connected with
northern capital and is at present In
terested in a large deal In El Paso Co.
For the present the company is making
Its headquarters at Sierra Blanca. Mr3.
Dodds formerly resided at Dubiique, la.
STATION MASTER .
IS A DIPLOMAT
John Mershon Always Cour
teous in Handling Crowds
at the Station.
To handle crowds a man must be a
psychologist, a mind reader and a diplo
mat all in one. To handle a crowd of
tourists many of whom are women with
excitable temperaments, requiies a sixth
i.euse, the intuilion which tells where
they intent to go, on what train and how
much it costs.
John Mershon. station master at the
union station. Is all that and more. He
is human along with his other accom
plishments. Answering 101 questions,
foolish and otherwise, in a' day, helping
women and -hildien to get the right
train, calling the trains and keeping
the force of Mexican cleaners at work
on the big station until it is a clean as
the G. H. yards just before the annual
and official inspection station master
Mershon is a busy man. Yet he never
gets his temper ruffled and continues
caring for the temporary proteges of the
union station company until they are
loaded on the trains and on their
Last night when the station was
crowded to its capacity with passengers
coming and going from the half dozen
limited trains the station master visited
a half dozen waiting passengers, looked
at their tickets, showed them the right
trains and even assisted one aged wo
man with her baggage In the absence of
a red cap. This is not what the station
company is paying "Johnnie" for, but it
Is what he is doing every day and many
times each day. Having the best station
between New Orleans and the coast, be
tween St. Louis and Mexico City. El
Paso also has the best station master
in the person of John "Mershon.
MANY PRIVATE CAB,
PARTIES ARE HERE
The Haselniere, of the Presi
dent's Train. -Is One of
The private car "MIshawaka," with
Charles T. Croker and party on board,
will arrive from the east Wednesday
morning. The Croker party is the first
of several that will pass through El
Paso this week. The James A. Regan
and party, in the private car "Rocky,"
on a cross continent tour, and the W. W.
Frazier party in the private car "Has
lomere," (one of the cars used on the
Taft special) en route from Mexico City
to the coast, are among those to pass
The Raymond and Whltcomb tourist
special with a party of 66, traveling in
a special train of four sleepers, a bag
gage and an express car, will arrive over
the Mexican Central at 7 a. m. the morn
lug of the 4th.
RACE HORSES ARE
SHIPPED OUT EAST
Texas & Pacific Is Carrying
Many of Them Away
From El Paso.
Six cars, containing 45 head of race
horses from the Juarez track, were
shipped out over the Texas & Pacific,
Monday. Most of the owners are ship
ping south and east, then up the Mis
sissippi valley. In order to miss the high
altitudes encountered by the northern
Two large palace cars, of 16 horse
capacity each, will be loaded out today.
The Texas & Pacific has added extra
Pullman service for the accommodation
of the horsemen and their familie.
MEXICAN USURPS PLACE
OF BAGGAGE HANDLERS
The monotony at the union station
was broken this morning when a Mexi
can, representing himself to be a sub
ject of Mexico, took charge by self ap
pointment, of the loading and unload
ing of the baggage and express on
Santa Fe train No. 816, and positively
refused to desist when kindly asked to
do so bj' those tha't supposed them
selves to hold the position that he was
Policeman Hord, of the depot beat,
was appealed to, and requested the citi
zen of Mexico to show his credentials.
When the latter demurred he was given
a free ride to the police station.
SURVEYING RAILWAY BRANCH
TO CENTRAL AND FT. BAYARD.
A survey is being made Tor a branch
line of railway from Bayard station, on
the Santa Rita branch of the Santa Fe,
to the big government hospital at Fort
Bayard. The survey is being made by
the way of Central, and the total dis
tance covered will be between three and
four mile.". It is rumored that the
Santa Fe has agTeed to build the spur
as far as the reservation line, and that
the government will build it on into
the post; also that a gasoline motor car
"Will be used in transporting freight
and passengers. The freight traffic io
Fort Bayard is considerable and Is rap
idly increasing. The new road will give
quite an impetus to the growth of Cen
tral. RATE FOR SHRINERS.
On account of the annual session of
the Imperial council. Nobles of the Mys
tic Shrine, at New Orleans, April 12 and
13. the Sunset lines have authorized a
rate of $35.15 for the round trip, with
final destination limit to April 25. when
arrangements can be made by the pay
ment of $1 to have tickets extended to
midnight of May 10.
Today being homeseekers day, -it is
expected that there' will be large
erowds in El Paso Wednesday and
Thursday, as Chicago and St. Louis are
sending out a special train each of
On account of the general conclave
of the Scottish Rite Masons, to meet in
El Paso, March 21 to 26, and the meeting
of the Arizona Medical association. April
-0 and 21, the El Paso & Southwestern
will make a rate of one and onehalf
fare for the round trip to all points
In Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
R. B. Jones, traveling passenger
agent and S. J. Alexander, traveling
freight solicitor, for the Pennsylvania
lines, with headqnarters in Denver,
Colo., arrived In El Paso Monday morn-
T b"slness for their company.
J- r. Sullivan, traveling passenger
agent for the L. & N.. with offices in
Houston. Texas, was in the city re
cently. itlulder. a brakeman on the
G H., has resigned anil taken service
Tvith the S. p. JjT
A. T. Thomas, secretary and treasurer
of the Arizona & New Mexico Railway
company, wit., offices in Clifton, Ariz.,
is in El Paso.
H. H. Rockwell, traveling inspector
for the Pullman company. Is In El Paso
RACE HORSES ARE
GOING THEIR WAY
Bedwell! "Won Most of Ithe
Money and Garner
Blanketed horses led dv favored cuf
fers, instead of saddled gallopers with
jockeys up, is what visitors ait the
Juarez track can see today. Soon the
last pony will be safely on equine
Pullman cars and speeding away to
Jacksonville or Oakland, or back to the
training stable. The Mexican race meet
Although the attendance was not up
to par, as American meets go, there
were few track scandals which found
their way to the limelight, at "least.
As the horses go, the little mare
Sevenful, holds top place. There are
eight victories chalked up to her credit
with a nearest competitor hung at the
six hark. Leading the stamding of own
ers's list is H. G. Bedwell, whose
horses won 24 first places, 35 seconds,
and 25 thirds. Mr. Bedwell's horses
brought him $12,525 during the meet.
Powell & Parker stand second in the
winners's list- Garner leads the jock
eys's honor list by a good margin. From
330 mounts he won 75 first prizes, 57
seconds and 43 thirds. Jockey Moles
worth stands second.
First race, futurits course, selling
iMarse Abe won, Adena second, Duke of
Milan third. Time, 1.13 1-5.
Second race, three and a half furlongs.
Edda won, Salali second, Ritta
third. Time, 0:43.
Third race, mile, purse Raleigh P.
D. won, Chester Krum second, Inclem
ent third. Time. 1:43 1-5.
Fourth race, six furlongs, Alviso han
dicap Lewiston won, Right Easy sec
ond, Richard Reed third. Time, 1:15 2-5.
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth, sell
ing Mr. Bishop won. Rosevale second,
Gethem G. third. Time, 1:52 1-5.
Sixth race, six furlongs, purse Dad
dy Gip won. Phil Mohr second, Dr.
Dougherty third. Time, 1:02.
First race, six furlongs, purse Clay
won. Hawklike second, John Pendergast
third. Time. 0:38.
Second race, five furlongs, selling
Cooney K. won. Horace E. second,
Square Deal third. Time, 1:03 4-5.
Third race, seven furlongs Collis
Ormsby won, Ferrand Cecilian second,
Lady McNally third. Time, 1:32 2-5.
Fourth race, seven furlongs, purse
T M. Greene won. Eve Bright second,
Hasty Agnes third. Time. 1:31 2-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling
Font won. Camel second. Earls Court
third. Time. 1:17 3-5.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth, sell- I
ing Joseph P. won, Mamie Algol sec
ond. First Peep third. Time, 1:53 3-5.
First race, fire and a half furlongs
selling Ametus won. Belle of the Ball
second. Lou Lanier third. Time, 1:12 1-5.
Second race, six furlongs, selling
Kith and Kin won, Creug second. Fire
Brand third. Time, 11S4-5.
Third race, five and a half furlongs.
:" "" tT" w?;,en 0ii'Ave turned xz? in Paris, wiere divi-
Fourth race, six furlongs San Gil
won, Cloisteress second, Mere Man third.
Time. 1:17 4-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling Nat
tie Bumpho won. Tallow Dip second,
Ninantic third. Time. 1:1S 2-5.
Sixth race, mile and 70 yards, selling
Countermand won. Lafayette second.
Confessor third. Time, 1:50.
The first match game of the new three
men bowling tournament at the Y. M.
C. A. was rolled off last night. No. P
team lost to team No. 10 by the follow
Team No. 9. 1 2 3 Total
Slocum US 125 162 101
Critchett 166 146 173 4Sr
Campbell 194 143 169 511
Totals 47S . 419 304 1401
Team No. 10. 1 2 3 Totnl
A. C. Zozaya 172 140 144 45G
Alvarez 174 176 167 517
Avlna I42 165 1G7 474
Totals 48S 4S1 47S 1447
Margin 46 pins.
High game Campbell. 194.
High total Alvarez, 517.
BALLPLAYERS PLAY BALI,
IN SNOW WITH SNOWBALLS.
Salt Lake City, Utah, March 1. The
White Sox team has been delayed on
the special Chicago American train
which was delayed by the blizzards of
yesterday. The Soxies amused them
selves by throwing snowballs during
MANY RACE HORSES
BROUGHT BACIC MOND V Y
Inspectors of the bureau of animal
industry were in Juarez Monday ir-
The Corset Section
The Corset Section here can always be depended
upon to supply the latest models in the best cor
sets made. Assortments of the spring models fa
vored by fashion are now complete. From the fol
lowing splendid makes a satisfactory selection will
You should keep in mind that correct corseting is
the kevnote to perfect-fitting gowns. Our Corset
Department is in charge of an expert, who will
take pleasure in assisting you in selecting just
that particular model best suited to your figure.
LCahabar Drafcocd Col 0s
specting fully 100 race horses which
will be shipped east, west, north and
south from El Paso, some of the own
ers going to other tracks while otherd
are taking their stables "home, An
Importation of 1G cars of cattle was
made through the local port yesteiday.
FRANK GOTCH EASILY DEFEATS
"THE CHAMPION OF SCOTLAND.
Chicagx, 111., March 1. It was easy,
dead easy, for Frank Gotch to place
the shoulders on the mat of one Jimmy
Essen, "champion of Scotland." The
first fall was made In 11 minutes and 25
seconds; the second In 13 minutes, 23
seconds. The Scot was on the defensive
from the start.
RACING MEN'S MOVEMENTS.
Peter Clark, compiler of the racing
form and editor of the souvenir book
let of the Juarez track, will leave
Tuesday for Oakland to continue the
same work at the Mudvllle track dur
ing the remainder of tie California
meeting. Harry Forsland, editor of
the Racing News and representative of
the New Y-ork Telegraph and the Chi
cago Racing Form, willl visit Mexico
City and other places of interest in
the republic before returning to his
home in New York. He will be ac
companied by Mrs. Forsland.
AMERICANS LEAD IN SPORT.
Oxford, Eng., March 1. Two Ameri
cans, both Rhodes scholars, lifted first
place In two events here Saturday at
the 'varsity sports. L. C. Hull, of
Michigan, won the 100 yard dash in
10 1-5 seconds time, and G. E. Put
nam, of Kansas, received first place in
the shot put with 57 feet 5 inches.
ANOTHER SMOKY CITY PLAYER.
Pittsburg, Pa.. March 1. Edward J.
l Abbaticchio, utility infielder, has signed
with the Pittsburgh Nationals, making a
total of 24 players carded for the com
Buffalo, N. Y., March 1. Leaders rep
resenting 11 teams were away at 2:30
p. m. 3-esterday in a six day 60 hour
bicycle race on a 10 lap track at the
Broadway ai-senad here. From the start
the pace was hot.
ARRESTS IE MEXICO
CITY BANS AFFAIR
Geo. I. Ham Is Under Ar
rest and Extradition of
Others Is Asked.
That the extradition of Ira Brisco, as
sistant to George I. Ham as president
of f United States bank, and L- C
Tndd, one of the directors, will be asked,
for in connection with the charges of
abuses of confidence brought bv patrons
of the bank was stated by judi?e Enrique
Rodrijruez 3Iiramou of bhe 7th court of
instruction, by whom the case is being
investigated, says the Mexico Citv Rec
ord of Feb 24.
Attorne Rendon, representing. Har
wood A. "Simpson, who had $60,000 in
shares of La.- Dos Estrellas mine on de
posit with, the Kxnk as security for a
Iran of $19,000. lias asked for the arrest
of the managers and directors of the !
, Lank. Some of the shares, it is set forth, j
dends were paid on them.
Abuse of confidence is the charge I
which is made in all complaints.
This, together with the fact t'hat ifr.
Ham was declared bierf preso. or formal
ly a prisoner, bv iudge Miramon after
t-he expiration of the 72 hours from the j
Time tne court receivea tne iormai noti
fication of his imprisonment, are the im
portant developments in the case of the
United States Banking company.
Ira Brisco, Mr. Ham's assistant and
nephew, left Mexico shortly after the
failure of the bank. He closed up his
'Ve Have Good -Salesmen and
GENUINE HAND-FORGED GOLF CLUBS $2
j rait grips, best Swedes iron, Deauiiiiu tinisii,
1 perfect balance. Lots of comfort in a clnb that just
j suits you.
We received yesterday an
express shipment of B&ir
Turbans. These are now on
sale atj 25e.
affairs here and stated he was gorm? to
Xew York to accept a position-
L. C. Judd, one of the directors, was
in Mexico a few days before the bank
failed and left for California after sell
ing his stock in the bank to Mr. Ham.
He is now in San Antonio, Tex.
J Ten arrests in all are asked in com-
plaints now before the court. Of the
directors, there are: M. Elsasser, first
vice president John T. Judd, second vice
I Trsdpnt- .Tames Tj Tynr "RVir?oTTv-
! Griese, R. J- Dwyer, L. C. Jndd, W. F.
Layer, directors; n. j. Morden and G. K.
Stewart, managers, and Ira Brisco, as
sistant to the president.
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
fair and colder; "Wednesday fair.
For New Mexico: Fair tonight and
For west Texas: Tonight fair and
j colder; "Wednesday fair.
UNITED STATES y
ELEVEN CANS OF OPIUM.
No. 239. D. C Law.
In tne district court of the United
States Y or the western district of Texas.
Notice Is hereby given that oa the
31st day of January, 1910, there was
filed in the district court of the United
States for the western district of Texas
at El Paso an information in rem'pray
Ing for the forfeiture and destruction
of eleven cans of opium in said infor
mation fully described, and which said
information is now on file in the of
fice of the clerk of said court whera
j same may be inspected, and which al
J leges that said eleven cans of opium
were heretofore in the western district
of Texas, and the collection district of
El Paso del Norte at El Paso, Texas,
seized by one H. B. Lane, deputy col
lector of custom for the district of Paso
del Norte, for that the said eleven cans,
of opium were' unlawfully imported and
orought into the United States from &
foreign country, ito-wlt: The Repub
lic of Mexico, in violation of the Act of
Congress of the United States of Feb
ruary 9, 1909-, by reason whereof and
by force of the statutes aforesaid, the
aid eleven cans of opium became and
are forfeited to the United States and
should be condemned and destroyed,
and that In pursuance of the prayer of
said Information and an order of tha
court dated January 31st, 1910, said
cause has been set for hearing on the
first Monday in April, 1910, if that bs
the day of jurisdiction and if not, then
on the first day of jurisdiction there
after at 10 oclock in the forenoon and
all parties claiming the said property
or knowing or having anything to say
why the court should not pronounce
against the same according to the
prayer of said information must ap
pear before the said court on the day
above mentioned at the United State3
court house at El Paso, Texas, in said
district there to Interpose their claim
to the said eleven cans of opium, and
make their allegations in that behalf.
Eugene Nolte, U. S. Marshal, W. D. T.
By H. R. Hlllebrand, Deputy.
NOTICE BANKS TO DISCONTINUE
On account of recent rulings from
controller of currency of the United
States and the superintendent of bank
ing of state of Texas making any loss
to banks ou account of overdrafts a
direct liability of the officers, the un
dersigned banks, members of El Paso
Clearing House, have decided to discon
tinue the practice, and respectfully ad
vise their clients that after March 15,
1910, no overdrafts win be permitted.
State National Bank.
First National Bank of El Paso.
American National Bank.
City National Bank.
National Bank of Commerce.
Guaranty Trust and Banking Co.
Rio Grande Valley Bank : Trust Co.
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and the payroll in El Paso.
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