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londay, August 22, 1910.
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By Rex Beach
A3IERICAN IS HELD
i IX CAAXEA JAIL.
"The Spoilers" and
Capital, Surplus and Profits $160,000.00.
W. W. Turney, President.
S. T. Turner, Vice President
H. E. Christie, Secretary.
W. Cooley, Vice Pres. and Mgr
W. E. Arnold Cashier.
F. M. Murchison, Ass't Cashier
7E DESIRE to call to the attention of the Public 'the
exceptional advantages and unusual protection af
forded Depositors in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
FTRSTr Our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, in compliance
"with the State Law, is operated entirely separate from our
Commercial Department, and "we are required to have at"
all times -at least 15 percent of entire deposits in actual cash
'SECOND: We may invest the funds of this Department
only in Government Bonds, Municipal Bonds and First Mort
gages on improved real estate worth at least douhie the amount
These provisions give to our depositors security unparal
leled. INTEREST is paid in this department at the rate of 4
percent, and credited January and July 1st each year, no mat
ter where tie depositor may be.
Business nien, professional men, mechanics, laborers, peo
ple of all classes find a Savings account valuable in many
w&ys. -Always available in case of sudden need, yet yielding
a. moderate profit.
HOME SAV2JGS BAKE: PROVIDED FOE THE
Synopsis of Previous Chapters.
) Boyd Emerson and "Fingerless"
j Fraser enter Kalvik, Alaska, and meet
, a young- white woman. Cherry Malotte,
who shelters them.
t (Continued From Saturday.)
Late one stormy night Constantine
had been gone a week the two men
j whom they --were expecting blew in
ftlhrough the, blindim smother. Balt
refused rest or nourishment until he
j 'had learned why Cherry had sent
j for him. As briefly as .possible she
i outlined the situation. Boyd Emerson
saw a .huge, barrel chested, creature
whose tremendous muscles bulged be
neath his nondescript garments, whose
red, upstanding bristle of hair topped
a leather countenance from which
gleamed a pair of , the most violent eyes
Emerson had ever beheld, the domi
nant expression of which was rage.
His voice was hoarse with the echo
of drumming ratlines. He might have
lived forty, sixty years, but every year
had been given to the sea; its foaming
violence was in his blood.
As the significance of Cherry's words
sank into his mind the signs of an un-
We also buy and sell vendor's lien and other mortgage
notes, arid our Commercial Department is amply equipped to
take care of desirable business, be it large or small.
x SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
5400 SATISFIED DEPOSITORS OUR BEST AD.
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"I'IiIj GIVE MX LIFE TO IT."
DBY FARM PRODUCTS
-FBOM QUAY COUNTY
Are Exhibited at Chicago;
Opera House Is to Open;
Lightning Hits House.
Tucumcari, If. 2L, Aug. 22. As an ad
vertisement ofQuay county, Col. A. S.
Reaves and "W. L.. "Wilson have ship
ped to Chicago to be exhibited by""the
Rock Island railroad,n. their agricul
ture car, the following: products of dry
national tournament is being held. They
will wait, hem ever, for the national
encampment in California the middle of j
E. M. Huff is here from Cuervo, N
A. E. Curren has been appointed
register of the land office in the Fort
Sumner district. He was formerly a (
Messrs TV. F. Hierrymus and a. drawing or nis up corners.
holy joy overspread the fisherman's
visage, and his hairy paws continued
to open and close hungrily.
"Do you mean business?" he bellow
ed at Emerson, "pan you fight?"
This gang won't stop at anything,"
"Neither will I," affirmed the other,
with a scowl and a dangerous down
Copyright, 1909, by Harper & Brothers.
"We start in the morning. We have
no time to waste."
She felt a sudden dread at her heart.
What if they failed and did not re
turn? What if some untoward peril
should overtake them on the outward
trip? It was a hazardous journey, and
George Bait was the most reckless
man on the Bering coast. Emerson's
next words added to her alarm:
"We'll catch the mail boat at Kat-
"Katmai!" she broke in sharply.
"You said you were going by the Iliam
na route." She turned on Bait angri
ly. "You know better than to suggest
such a thing."
"I didn't suggest it," "said Bait. "It's
Mr. Emerson's own idea; he insists."
"I shall be dreadfully worried lintil
I know you are safely over," said the
girl, a new note of wistful' tenderness
in her voice.
Nonsense We're all taken bigger
"Do you know." she began hesitat
ingly, "I've been thinking that per
haps you'd better not take up this
enterprise after all."
"Why not?" he asked, with an in
credulous stare. "F thought you were
enthusiastic on the subject"
"I am. I believe in the proposition
thoroughly." Cherry limped on, "but
well, I was entirely selfish in getting
you started, for it possibly means my
own salvation, but"
"It's my last chance also," Boyd
broke in. '
;'A few days ago you were a stranger;
now you are a friend." she said stead
Iljv "One's likes and dislikes grow
j rapidly when they xarenot choked by
convention. I like you too well to see
you do this. You are too good a man
to become the prey of those people
Remember George Bait"
"Bait hasn't started yet For the
first time he is a real menace to Willis
"Won't you take my advice and re
consider?" urged the girl. x
"Listen." said the young man. "I
came to this country with a definite,
purpose in mind, and I had three years
in which to work it out I needed
money God. how I needed money!
They may talk about the emptiness of
riches and tell you that men labor
not for the 'kill,' but for the pursuit:
not for the score, but for the contest
Maybe some of them do, but with me
j Kanfce and wives were visitors here f0 j go don't waste any time won-
"uul i" """- ., . I aering now tar ru go. wnat l want
F M. Hughes and -wife, from Solano, i . . . . ,,, . . .
-. i tn Imrvw is if vou will iom mv enrer-
iwere nere visiting irienas. i .. .,
The first home grown watermelon oi
farming: Sorghum, 5 1-2 feet tall, seven the season; weighing 20 pounds, was
full stalks from one seed; broom corn,
p 1-2 foot brush; Indian corn, 7 1-2
feet tall; two watermelons measuring
over three feet in circumference; Ger
man miHet, three feet tall, 104 stalks
from one seed; kaffir corn planted in
June, three feet tall, seven stalks from
one seed; milo maise, eight stalks from
one seed, five feet tall; native-grasses, J
including red top, white
Gramma grass and blue
' brought in from a farm .east of town.
Rev. W. H. DuBo"Se and wife have
JT11 give my life to it"
"I knew you would," flashed Cherry.
And if we don't beat Willis Marsh.
erone xo xneir nome a.c run jiuisiu, i - - - - -
monxn 111 J.U- uj &IUJ..V, x u to-iii luuu; uaii, auuuicu,
cumcari. ' fully capable of carrying out his
Colo., after spending
Harry Beckman has returned from a
month's visit to his former home m
Dr C. J. K. Moore and wife nave
and black , one' for a viSit to their old Jiome at
specimens of potatoes, onions, peppers
beets and cauliflower.
Robert W. Dozier, of the E. R &
S. TV. force, has married Miss Beatrice
Clement, of McCune, Kans.,' and re
turned to Tucumcari to make their
Thomas Goodrich, of Xettleton, Mo.,
arrived in the city from a visit in the
C. H. Rankin left for a trip to hia
old home in Schenectady, 2S. IF. He will
be gone about six 'weeks.
A daughter has been born tc 5lr. and
Mrs. H. S. Brickley. Mr. Brickley is
general manager of the Tucumcari Wa
ter and Light company.
During a. thunderstorm, theN resi
dence of C. H. Hittson, one mile east
of town, was struck by lightning, but
no one was injured.
Miss Alice Biggerstaff, who taught at
the North Side school last term, has
been appointed to a position in the city
schools this year.
J. D. Henderson, who will have
charge of the commercial department of
the high school, has arrived and is
at the Adams 'house.
The traveling auditor of the E. P. &
S. W. was in Tucumcari checking in
cashier James Jamison, who has re
turned from an l extended visit to Cali
fornia, The Rock Island road has granted
rates of one and ane-third fare for the
Labor day celebration in Tucumcari.
The next meeting of the local "W. C.
T. U. -will be held at the home of Mrs.
J. H. Eady, North Main street, Tues
day. In a letter received here, judge E. R
"Wright, of the circuit court, has an
nounced that the October term will
open at the regular time, the third
Monday in October, and will not be
.postponed until November, as rumored,
to allow some of the attorneys who are
delegates to the statehood convention,
to be present.
Nate Prather. formerly in the emploj
of the Elk Drug company, is visiting
his mother a1 Temple, Okla.
Both Robert Littleton and Frank
Perry, who participated in the competi
tive shoot at Las Vegas, qualified for
jifhomas, Okla., to be present at the
I 4-;.r.4- lp. ilov nloHri firm
IU3L aCtUCl A.J a...w.
The new Evans opera house will open j
on September 5, for the firemen s an
nual ball. The interior finishings are
now being 'installed.
KTX-'S PUP "GETS HIS
v BREATH m LONG PANTS."
A 'pupX pants are usually short ones.
"Opp," which is the abbreviated name
for J. B. Kilpatrick's dosr, "Optimism."
got his breath in long pants Sunday i
morning. Kil and Glenn are serym g
three year sentence on a tract of gov
ernment land near the future city of the
plains, Oanutillo. Saturday night Kil
patrick and Glenn wheezed out to their
country estate in their little red auto
with the trunk in the rear.
The ne(xt day being Sunday, Kil folded
his trousers carefully on the back of
the only chair and retired. When he
looked again on tiie beauties of the Sun
day morning, the trousers were missing.
Down across the mesquite brush flat he
heard the call of the wild. There was
the pup having the time of his innocent
young' life with Kal's nether garments
as the piece de resistance.
He gave chase and the pup did like
wise. It was ring" around the ros3' for
an hour, when Kilpatrick finally over
took the pup. Bjs trousers were (or was)
ta wreck and he came to town in hfel
week day garments. Kill ds now having a j
muzzle made aor upp, the pup, big
enough to muzzle a mastiff.
threats for his bloodshot eyes were
lit with bitter hatred. -Turning to the
girl, he said:
"Now give me something to eat I've
been living on dogfish till my belly
is full of bones."
Long after Cherry had gone to bed
she heard the murmur of their voices.
"If s all arranged," they advised her
at the breakfast table. "We leave to
morrow." "Tomorrow?' she echoed blankly.
from mining to other ventures, and
the town burned. I awoke in a mid
night blizzard to see my chance for a
fortune licked up by flames, while the
hiss of the water from the firemen's
hose seemed directed at me, and the
voice of the crowd sounded like jeers,.
"I was among the first at Nome and
stake'd alongside the discoverers who
undertook to put me in right for once;
but. although the fellows around me
made fortunes in a day, my ground
was barren and my bedrock swept
clean by that unseen hand which I
always felt but could never avoid.
Once a broken snowshoe, in a race
to the recorder's office lost me a for
tune; at another time a corrupt judge
plunged me from certainty to despair,
and all the while my time was grow-'
ing shorter and I was growing poorer.
"Two hours after the Topkuk strike
was made I drove past the shaft but
the one partner known to me had gone
to the cabin to build a fire and the
other one lied to me, thinking I was
a stranger. I heard afterward that
just as I drove away my friend came
to the door and called after me, but
the day was bitter, and my ears were
muffled with fur, while the dry snow
beneath the runners shrieked so that
it drowned his cries. He chased me
for half a mile to make me rich, but
the hand of fate lashed my dogs faster
and faster, while that hellish screech
is outdinned his voice. Six hours
Jater Topkuk was history. You've seen
fetampedes you understand.
i "My name became a byword and
caused people to laugh, though they
shrank from me, for miners and sail
ors are equally superstitious. .No man
ever had more opportunities than I.
andytio man was ever so miserably
unfortunate in missing theni. In time
I became whipped, utterly without
hope. Yet almost from habit I fought
on and on with my ears deaf to the
roices that mocked me.
"And something tells me that I have
left that ill omened thing behind at
last, and I am going to win!"
"But you're too late," suggested
Cherry. "You say your time was up
some time ago."
'Terhaps," he returned, staring into
the distances. "That's what I was
going out to ascertain. I thought I
might have a few days of grace allow
ed me. That's why I can't quit now
that you've set me in motion again.
Conductor of Train Which Killed Mex
ican Boy 3Iay be Kcle:sed SMn
1'erwonal 3e.s f !; C:mip.
Cananea, Mex., Aug. 22. Conductor
Joseph Corrigan s still confined in
the local jail. Corrigan was arrested
two weeks ago when his train ran over
a small boy and cut him in two. Since
that time the authorities 'have been
hearing evidence and a few days ago
the train which killed the boy was j
used to illustrate how the accident
occurred and the witnesses were given
an opportunity to show how the a$- j
cident happened. The witnesses for j
the prosecution have testified that the j
boy was hanging on the car on an j
iron step, while one, a policeman, tes- j
tified that he saw the conductor kick j
the child to his death. j
The policeman. Morales, was given
an opportunity to show the judge and
his court how the accident occurred
and in what manner the boy was
J. I. Cohn testified that the boy -was
running with the train and that when
he caught hold of the swiftly moving I
car he stumbled X)r the tra!n jerked
him off his feet and threw rim under
the train. The boy killed. In his opin
ion, was not the boy seen hanging on '
the car, and the dea aoy was not on
the car at all-
The court has considered the tesci- '
mony favorable to Corrigan, and it is
possible that he wil: soon have his
Dr. L. D. Ricketts is spending a few '
days in BIsbee and Douglas. !
Miss Cora Sprau, of the Bisbee post-
office vforce, is the guest of Mrs. W. j
W D. Gooch, manager of tna lumber j
department of theFour C's company,
has returned from Phoenix. I
Word has been receivod here that
Gen. Emilio Kosterlitzky is the proud I
father of a daughter who arrived at
his home in liagaalena.
C. D. Kirby had the misfortune to
Mrs. C. H. Davis has returned from j
St Louis, where she has been visiting
Williams has gone tb the hot springs
F. W. Jorden and wife, from Hous
ton, are here, having taken charge of
the Brown New&restaurant
Louise and Elizabeth Turner have
returned home xoaQsI Rio after spend
ing several daysheije with their broth
er, W. T. Turner 'and; wife.
Jno. Doke and'Sfjamily, of Bel Rio,
-passed through here' etf route home,
after spemding several weeks stay with
relatives in Midlands'
Misses Lizzie and Georgia Black
ihave returned from a. tripvto Van
Mrs. M L. Reed and children have
returned home jto Del .Rjp -Afte.r a
week's visit to relatiJves. lifieJ
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bond, of Leaven
worth, Kas.. spent t Saturday in the
city the guests of Mr. Bond's sisters,
Mrs. Herbert Xunn nSL Mrs. " Thomas
Quigley, en route to Mexico City. Mr.
Bond is the present county attorney
of Leavenworth county, having been
renominated at the August Republican
primaries for the fourth consecutive
time. He expressed surprise at the
wonderful growth and improvements
in El Paso, which 'he visited four yeara
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For Pre-vemtive TreaUaeal
S25 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
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row and go by way of the Katmai
(To Be Continued.
it was sold I needed, gold I had to , now that you've given me another
have, and I didn't care much how 1 cfiance. auats wny we leave tomor
got it so long as I got it honestly I
focused every power upon my desire,
but a curse was on me a curse,
nothing less. At first I took misfor
tune philosophically, but when it camp
and slept with me I began to rage at
It. It was terrifying because my time
was -shortening, and the last day of
grace was rushing toward me. I
"Just to show you what luck I play-
IN ITS DEALINGS WITH ITS CUSTOMERS FOR
"THIRTY YEARS THE
Has demonstrated its purpose in giving depositors every advantage ob;
tained by years of experience and it is a definitely settled .policy to study
their requirements thus meeting intelligently their needs. Diligence in
every department with this end in viewThas brought success to the bank
and its customers alike.
OFF THE PRESS
The second annual El Paso Fair and
Exposition catalog is off the press and
is ready for distribution. The new cat
alog is an improvement over the one
southwest by secretary Frank Rich
from his office In the Crawford thea
?s5iipr? Inst vpnr in a mimhrtT. tf xi.-ivs
ed in. at Dawson I found a prospeel ! lt is being sent out to all parts of the
that would have made most men rich,
and, although such a thing had never
happened In that locality before.
pinched out. I tried again and again
and finally found another mine, onlj
to be robbed of it by the Canadian
laws In such a manner that there wan
not the faintest hope of my ever re
cover lug. the property. 1 finally shifted
DAYTOX PUBLIC SCHOOLS
ARE NOW STEAM HEATED
ADDITIONS TO EL PASO
Y. M. C. A. ON SEPTEMBER 1.
Faculty of the local Y. M. C. A." will
be enlarged September 1. From Albu
querque will come Charle3 S. Learning
to become a general assistant, and from
Chicago. E. X. Robinson, to be assistant
in the physical work. Mr. Learning has i
Asred Spaniard Dies; Mexican Become
Insane; 3Ian Trades Honsc for an :
Auto; Methodist Revival.
Dayton, X. if., Aug. 22. The board
of directors of the Dayton public school
has contracted with the Carlsbad
Plumbing company to instal a complete
heating system in the school building,
men are now at work.
A Mexican named Juan Baca, went in
Albuauerque. and !Mr. Hofoinson is par
ticularly fitted owing to much experi
ence dn playground work in the middle
west "metropolis. H. B. Durkee. local
secretary, thas returned from the loun
tainair Ohautauqua,.nvhere -he had chare
of the bible study work, but he will not
resume his duties until September 1. the
the trip to Camp Perry, O., where the j expiration of his vacation.
l.nnM nnrwiiwJ wtnyn yi'T- rtTTI T"
JZZr- iX "; F- A. Todd has traded a part interest
AT THE ALRDOME.
Tlie Blue Monkey," a three act bunch
of nonsense, is the offering at the Air
dome this week, and it appears to please
as well as usual. There are some very
pood musical numbers and specialties in
the bill. bu). the offering itself is not
up to the usual standard of Airdome
T1, j. ; .vA i.j. -ii .t ii..
sane and became so violent that it was xjlu wlaL i "niaiifout an wjose ui me
necessary to chain him. He came hereh8 gave satisfaction to the audience.
only a fev.- days ago and said that he 'liL'Tu"u.Vims- Y spouea tne part
ad been in an asylum. The sheriff
sent him to Carlsbad.
Sheep inspector Brogden, of Ros-well,
wag here looking up the herds. There
are still many thousand sheep in this
L.ee Atkinson has finished drilling a
shallow well for George Frisch.
Louis Ocha. 6o, one of the leading
residents of "Mexican town," died very
suddenly. Mr. Ocjja, Tvho was a span
lard, has acted esin interpreter and
also taught school.
MissXizz'e Vailes has spent the past
two weeks in Artesia, attending the
Eddy county teachers' institute.
Miss Rosie Kendrick is visiting at her
former home in Texas.
Misses Bee and Olive George of Hope,
are the guests of Mrs. F. M. Jorns.
p r Principles and Practice JJ
in a stone business house for a Brush
automobile. This is the fourth auto Mr.
Todd has owned since coming to Day
ton. Revival services are being held at the
Methodist church. Rev. .T. P. "Wheeler
is, being assisted by Hevs. Lewellen, of
Malaga, and H. X.. "Wheeler, of Hope'
twjurr. j . r . jc-iaxx rexurnea to nis home
atSAnson, Tex., after
at the Hotel Dayton.
of the widow, which -he otherwise han
died splendidly, iv ringing in a regular
honkatonk finish with his song specialty.
One of the feature of the oerformance
was the Toreadore song from "Carmen''
by Harry DeVere and chorus. Several
other good musical numbers were of
fered, among the most enjovable being
Peck's "We're All Here to See You Off."
The kimino song .by Miss Shattuck and
chorus was a'iso "good.
PICTURES OF "HOBBLE" SKIRT.
A laughable corned', written around
fashion's latest freak style, tlie "hobble '
skirt, will be shown at the Crystal thea
Iter tonight. It shows the trouble which
the "wearer of the skirt encounters. Views
of the bii anniversary pageant at-Yokohama
and a cowboy picture will com
plete tlie bill.
Tonight is "Yitagraph" night at the
"Wigwam. A comedy and a drama by
this well known company will be shown.
SUSPECT ARRESTED IN
STAGE ROBBERY CASE.
Globe. Ariz.. Ausr. 22. William Day
10 days' stav ' rnas nrreste(l Miami, near here, ac- . as tin? arbitrator who is to hear the mat-
j cused of being one of the men who held i ter for -the United States and Mexico is
J. AV. Balke, trustee, to Mrs. M. F.
Beuhring, lot 14, block 22, Boracho; con
sideration, $30; Jan. 26, 1910.
J. W.' and Florence K. Johnson to
Bettie T. Feslet, lot 10 and part of lot
9, block 43, Alexander's addition; con
sideration, 53300: July 27, 1910.
Trinity Methodist church to Mrs. Ona
Wells, lot 20S, section K, Evergreen
cemetery; consideration, SS2.50; Feb. 12,
J. L- Dyer to Alice M. Birdsall, tract
of land in Socorro grant; con
sideration, ?945; Aug. 6, 1910.
H. F. and Leona Gaul to C. I. Leslie,
1550 acres in the Ysleta grant; consid
eration, $5250; July 16. 1909.
T. TV.' Wells to Joseph L. Wells, 640
acres school land; consideration, $1;
Dec. 22, 1909.
T. W. , Wells to Johnny Wells,
acres school land; consideration,
Dec. 22, 1909.
T. W. Wells to Nona V. Wells,
acres of school land; consideration,
$1; Dec. 22, 1909.
Henry D. Bowman and wife to Bow
man Bank & Trust company, lots 1, 2,
3, 4 and 5, block 123, Highland Park;
consideration, $2500"; July 30, 1910.
Jesus Cobos and wife to A. X. Hoskel,
104 acres of San Elizario grant; consid
eration, $5220; May 7. 1910.
licensed to Wed.
Elijio Rbsas and Beatrlz Almanzor.
Capital ..... $ 600,000
Surplus and Profits 225,000
Deposits i 3,500,000
We cordially invite new business connections.
Our new savings department pays 4 per cent on deposits.
OPEN SATURDAY EVErilNGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK!
C. S. MOSEHEAD, President. GEO. D. IXORY, Casfeier.
JOSEPH 3IAGOFFIK, V. Pres. a X. BASSETS; Yfee Pm.
L. J. GILCHEIST, Ass't Caafc.
ESTABLISHED APSIL, 1S81.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AMD PROFITS, $17000.
A Legitimate Baskisg Business Transacted is All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN STOITEY.
Rio GrandeValley Bank &Trust Co
W. W. Turney, Prest.
S. T. Turner," Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F M. Murchison, Asst. Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
CASASUS TO ARGUE
THE CHAMIZAL CASE.
Mexico Names Former Ambassador as
Attorney to Fight Claims of
The San Antonio Express of Wednes-
da3' says that attorne3' Joaquin Casasus,
former Mexican ambassador to the United
States, has been named by Don Enrique
Creel, minister of foreign relations, to
represent Mexico in the Chamizal case
(involving disputed territory claimed bv
Mexico and now embodied" in the cor-
jumie limits oi uri raso, Texas), a soon
The care, efficiency and promptness to
which we strictly adhere have giv.en this
banking institution a reputation for sound
financial wisdom and fair dealing.
Tew accounts, subject to check whether
jarge or small, are cordially invited.
Capital and Surplus, $240,000.00
Sale, of Fort Davis Abandoned Mili
tary Reservation. Department of the
Interior.General Land Office. Wash
ington, July 31, 1910. Notice is hereby
given that the Fort Davis abandoned
military reservation, Texas, which has
been surveyed Into thirty lots, contain
ing 290.09 acres, and duly appraised,
will be sold at public auction under act
of Congress of July 5, 18S4 (23 Stat.
103), by James "W. Witten. Superintend
ent of the Opening and Sale of Indian
lands, on or near the reservation, on
November 21, 1910, commencing at 10
oclock a. m. Each Jot will be sold
separately at not less than the ap
praised price.' but any person may pur
chase any number of tracts for which
he is the highest bidder. Payment must
be made xit the time of sale either in
postofflce money order, certified check
drawn on a national bank, or New
York draft drawn by a national bank,
each payable to Fred Dennett, Commis
sioner of the General Land Office,
Washington, D. C. S. V. Proudfit, Act
ing Commissioner. Approved Aug. 1,
1910. Frank Pierce, Acting Secretary.
up the Mogollon-Silver City stage two L preparea to take the case in hand,
weeks ago. when stage dyiver Dominguez j The dispute is to 'be heard iby a board
was killed and a larsre ouantitv of silver presided over by a Canadian iurist. in ac-
bullion stolen. The arrest was made on ! cordance with a treat v between the
a telegraphic advice from the Xew Mex- j United States and Mexico signed lasjl
1V TnmintJirl nrli 4-.alKiirr rtf TVit'c rvrna. ! AlsLV. The tlpiClSlOn f tho KrkOT1 avltofnvnr
ico mounted police tellimr of Dav's ores
ence here. Dav admits he is the man
sought, but denies any connection Avith
Oapt. Fred Famoff, of the New Mex
ico mounted police, was in El Paso Sun
day, en route to Globe for 'the prisoner.
RUNAWAY HORSE CAUSES
J2XCITE3IEXT ON UROADWAY
Augusto Porras, driver for the Pom
eroy Transfer company, was thrown
from his express wagon in a runaway
Saturday morning, and -then the horse,
wagon, a trunk, and a bed spring
started down Mesa avenue, dasheS
across- San Antonio stret, and came to
an abrupt halt, runnig into an iron post
at Broadway and Overland streets. The
horse was unOijurtd, and the driver,
though slightly bruised, is working.
The wagon suffered most.
CAPITAL, SUSPLTJS AND PROFITS 150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITAEY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers C. H. Leavell H: J. Sjimmona
A. G. Andreas TV". B. Latta B. Blumenthal
, J. F. Williams H. M Andreas J. H. Mav
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTIVELY INVITED
I'Pfr , '"I'1 IP1 if l i IFiflW
m idle runds mil
M Money should be constantly enrploved. Idle monev is like
idle hands. The only excuse forallowmg money to remain Sg
idle is the nossibilitv nf loss aHsinor from iinivi imjactJtS'
r ment. Our Real Estate Mortgages, however, afford a'bso-jf?
gal lute security for money while they yield a profitable rate(s
percent per annum.
a i eiij i
Ma3". The decision of tlie board whatever
it may be. must -be ratified by both gov
ernments to become final.
El Imparcial of Mexico City confirms
BX1B.Y OF RUSSIANS
TJECOMES STRINGENT !
Washington, D. C, Aug. .22. The en- J
try of Russian Jew immigrants at th '
port of Galveston, Texas, is to be reg
ulated mere closely in the future. The
department of labor and commerce I
reached this decision after an investiga
tion which con nced them the laws had
beenfloosely enforced. The action of the I
department officialsln refusing admis- t
slon to 100 Jewish immigrants has beqn
the subject of protest. TnV department
disavows any intention ofiscrImill:,t
ing against this class of immir:lnts. but
is determined that immigratiJn sand-
ards at Galveston shall come n to ne
standard reauired at other ports'
EI Paso Bank & Trust Co.
329, San Antonio St.
Solicits Your Patro'nage
E. US. TURNER, Pres. F. P. JONES, V-Fres
A F. KERR, Cashier LEEH. CREWS, Asst. Cash'r.