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EL PASO HERALD
Surrounding the Actual
Handling of Money
wkh every safeguard, we have at the same time made
basfcmg comfortable and convenient for the public
Our customers are free to come in and consult us
about matters, feeling sure of a cordial reception at all
There k no red-tape about the administrative part of
Capital and Surplus $360,000.00.
American National Bank
EI Paso, Texas
PLAY IS STARTED IN
Team RepreMBttag Bryan Brothers
Wilis From Walz & Co. El Paso
Plane Team Decfats Sheltens.
In the first game of the Commercial
league basketball series at the T. M. C.
Bryan Bros' team defeated the
Walz & Co. team Tuesday night by a
score of S3 to 20.
C Bowman, playing center on the
Walz team, was the star of the game,
n hile Hall, df the opposing five, showed
The lineup was:
Bryan Bros. Position. Walz Co.
Hall Forward H. Bowman
L. Marshall. ..Forward J. Robinson
Moelich Center C. Bowman
Archer Guard E. Bowman
Shade Guard A. Bowden
A Magical Game.
The El Paso Piano team following in
the footsteps of the Bryan aggregation,
played "Everybody's Doin It," to the
discomfort of the Shelton Payne team.
Enckson and Marshall played high
keys for the Piano bunch, and so well
tuned were their teammates that they
wrote a score of 43, while the highest
note their opponents could reach
E. P. P. Co. Position. S. P. .4. Co.
Marshall. Forward Teague
Eri ckson. Forward. E. Bowman, sr
Baker. Center Neal
Hubbard. Guard E. McEachin
laur. Guard Done
TEX YKA.R OLD BOV DIBS
FMOM FOOTBALL IXJUJUCS
Burlington. N. J., Nov. 20. Ten year
old Amos Pest ridge died at his home
near here from injuries receiTed in a
football scrimmage. He was kicked in
tbe nose and a blood vessel was rup
tured. For four days physicians tried
vainly to stop the hemorrhage.
Uives your Boy a start
Phone 1147. J. P. Muffin. Pjw.
It Strengthens Credit
to have an account with the Union Bank & Trust
Company and pay your bills by check.
-We cordially invite you to start an account with us
subject to check.
4 Interest Paid on Savings 'Accounts.
American Bank Building
El Paso- Texas.
KILBAXB TO FIGHT MORGAX.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 20. An agreement
between the managers of Johnny Kil
bane, of Cleveland, featherweight cham
pion and Eddie Morgan, English boxer,
l.as been reached whereby the two wil
meet soon in a 20 round bout for the
championship probably on the Pacific
coast within a -couple of months.
KLIXG LEAVES GOOD LEGACY
TO MAXAGER STALLING S
Boston, Mass., Nov. 20. Johnny
Klings legacy to George Stallings, nis
successor in the management of the
Hub National league team, is not to be
despised. The "Big Chief will find
himself the possessor of several regu
lar baseball players.
There is no more promising left
bander in either league than George
Tyler, a man whom McGraw would
be mighty glad to have. Otto Hess,
the come back, pitched wonderful ball
for the Pilgrims toward ibf close of
last season, while Hub Perdue did
well in front of the los-ng team.
The three pitchers give Stallings
the nucleus of a good nitchinc staff.
McTIgue has displayed some promise,
although Stallings would not keep
him at Buffalo last year.
Rariden is a fine catcher, and it is a
pity he cannot hit better. Hankus
Gowdy, the exGlant, has shown im
provement back of the bat. Bill Swee
ney is one of the great hitters of
the National league, and Marranville,
at short, is a remarkable fielder, but
a light hitter.
The weakness of the Boston club lias
not been so much in the pitching staff
as in the team play, and the general
lack of. speed.
MAKES YOU SAVE
Makes you save in spite of yourself. A small savings bank we
will loan you one if you want to start to save.
Your wages get into the bank whether you put them there or not
If you spend all, the other fellow banks your money.
Resolve to be the "Other Fellow." Come to us today.
Get one of our beautiful little savings banks and start the "Savings
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS
TATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1831.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
?nPWRIr T?idnt- C- W' BASSETT, Vice President
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pies. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst Cashier.
Small Accounts As Well
As Large Ones Are
Do not wait until your business has assumed great jropjrtions Heface open
ing an account, -r-j, , 2
Do It Now
Our policy is to give equal attention and courtesy .to all regardless of the
amount of business done; and we are prepared to perform all functions of
DU.VDEE OUTCLASSES COXLEV,
Los Angeles. CaL, Nor. 20. Johnny
Dundee, the New York featherweight,
completely outclassed Frankie Conlev.
of Kenosha, Wis, at the "Vernon arena, j
Alter using the Wisconsin lad as a hu
man punching bag for 18 rounds, Dun
dee shot in a terrific left to the jaw
at the beginning of the 19th that put
Canley virtually out. Referee Eyton
stopped the bout and gave Dundee the
31'COY ISSUES tlXOTHISR
CHALLENGE FOR GAMES.
Capt a McCoy, of the football
team of battery B. Third field artil
lery, has issued another challenge to
any team in this section. He says
that games had been scheduled to be
played with the Second cavalry and
22d infantry, but tbe latter teams can
PLAX to expaxd league.
Chicago, 111., NeT. 20. Word has been
r ceived here of a move on the part of
several Western league club to break
r a j vu case jfi coui iu iui i, Aiau Jk.
pand. The invasion of Chicago and the
establishment of rival clubs in several
American Association cities are in
cluded in the plan to form a new "out
Dr. Milam, who resided in this city ten years ago, and
recently of Fort Worth, where he has resided since
leaving here, has returned and opened offices in the
Dr. Milam is recognized as the leading Specialist in
Texas and in order to become acquainted at once will
30 Days Free Treatment
to all chronic sufferers. This is no humbug proposi
tion. I want to prove to the. public my ability to cure people. Therefore the
Free Offer for 30
There is only one exception and that is contagious private diseases.
I cure Varicocele, Hydrocele, and many other conditions with one treatment.
Stricture by tha only uptodate method, without operation. Weakness, Nervous
Debility in men and women cured. Catarrh, Stomach, Kidney, Liver, Bladder,
Rectal, and all Chronic and Private Diseases of men, women and children. Do
not put off until too late, as many will accept this generous offer and Dr. Milam
can handle but a limited number. Bank and other business reference.
OLD GUARD BOWLERS
COME BACK STRONG
Team Scores 20S4 Tins In Winning
Prom TuttleH Clerks Arc ' Victors
In Industrial League Game.
Bowling like they used to bowl, the
Old Guards defeated the Tuttle five at
the Cactus club Tuesday night. Houck
made high score with 579, but it was
Briesh of the Tuttle team that carried
off high game, with 227.
In the Industrial league, Rogers was
the star of the game, making high
game with 179, and high total, with
498. The Clerks defeated the Mine and
Smelter team. The Calisher team will
play the Courthouse five in the City
league tonight, while the contenders in
the Industrial league will be the E. P.
& S. W. team and the Moose club.
Weaber. 1S6 167 300 527
White. 154 107 189 540
Foster. 170 213 151 524
Christie. 124 170 201 494
Houck. 170 184 226 579
777 931 956 2664
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
- JOSHUA S. EAXNOLDS, Presideat !
JAMBS' G. MeNARY, Vice President.
W. L. TOOLBT, Vke President.
E. M". HURD, Viee President
EDGAR "W. KAYSMK, Cashier.
WALTER M. HUTTKR, Asst. Caaiiiar.
GLEN T. MOORE, Asst- Gfekc. fe
135 155 208 49S
Davidson. 103 147 146 396
Lucker. 137 154 139 43d
Abbott. 161 181 177 609
183 227 577
Rooms 5 & 6, Entrance on San Antonio and Oregon Streelst
Points won, OW Guards 4.
High game. Briesh 227.
High total, Houck 579.
Strike out. Houck. Christie.
Buquor. 167 151
Chenowith. lg 147
Rogers. 155 164
Chernin. 139 167
Fowler. 167 138
784 769 777 2320
Mine & S. & Co.
AlberthaL 163 147 154 464
Sterling. 157 143 137 437
Swearinger. 106 172 134 406
Savage. 129 122 107 358
Ralennan. 165 118 109 392
711. 702 641 2057
Points won .Clerks 4.
High game, Rogers 179.
High total, Rogers 498.
COURT DIS3IISSES ABDUCTION
CASK AGAINST JACK JIIONSON.
Chicago, 111., -Nov. 20. A charge of
abduction against Jack Johnson, negro
pugilist, was dismissed before muni
cipal judge Hopkins, because of the
prosecution's inability to prove that
Luclle Cameron, the white girl, whose
association with Johnson led to his
arrest, had been abducted by him.
The girl and her mother. Mrs. Cam-eron-Falconnet.
of Minneapolis, both
of whom are witnesses against John
son in the federal action for alleged
violation of the Mann white slave
act. were not in court when the city
case was dismissed.
RIO GRANDE VALLEY BANK & TRUST CO,
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS
y Capital and Surplus $360,000. Resources $2,500,000
OUR OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
W. W. Turaey. President.
S. T. Turner, Vice President.
W. Cooley, Vice President.
T. M. Wingo, Viee President.
E. M. Bray.
J. E. Robertson.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
Sig. X. Schwabe, Assistant CasMer.
H. E Christie, Secretary.
P. L. Atkinson, As&iataat Casaier.
J. H. Pollard.
B. M. Worahasa.
H. D. Bowman.
I Held Brs7
I Wholesale and Retail 1
I Hay, rain I
I Field Seeds 1
I Cotton Seed Meal and 1
1 Phone 36 & 210. I
I Leon and 2nd Sis. I
1 El Paso, Tex. I
KKISCO FIGHTER. IS HERE
LOOKING FOR A SCRAP
Joe Gorman, of San Jrancisco. is in
town looking for a scrap. He weighs
in at 158 pounds and wants to take on
anyone who is looking for a go. His
last fight was with Jack Dillon, at
Memphis, Tenn. . The bout went eight
rounds and the decision was given to
URICKXEV KICKS THREE GOALS.
Cambridge. Mass., Nor. 20. The Har
vard football men were given a half
hour's blackboard talk and an hour of
scrimmage in preparation for Satur
day's game with Yale. In the stadium
the team went through a number of the
known Yale formations, after which the
'varsity took the ball and went against
the scrub for short, sharp rushes down
the field. The ball was rushed to with
in kicking distance for Brickley, who
made three field goals during practice.
flBT Texas Bank
9H & Trust Co. jM
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON
Assayers Chemists Metallurgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Francisco St
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
YALK INCREASES SPEED.
New Haven. Conn.. Nor. 20. The Yale
'arsity football team lined up against
the scrub for light scrimmage. The
scrimmage was more to test some new
offensive plays than anything else, and
U is understood the coaches were
pleased with the increase of power acd
speed in the back field.
SUTTOX LOSES TO DB3IAREST.
New York, N. Y Nov. 20. Demarest
won from Sutton in their game yester
day 500 to 160. Demarest had an easy
time defeating Sutton, as the latter is
still off his gait. Demarest played pr?t
ty billiards and ran out in his 21st in
ning with 120
DCFPEV GETS DECISIOX.
Cleveland. O., Nov. 20. Jimmy Duf
fey, of Buffalo, received the decision
on points over Harry Thomas, the
English lightweight, at the close of
their 12 round fight here.
MILLER THROWS SUTOR.
Duluth, Minn, Nov. 20. Walter Mil-
inefapendeni Assay Ullica
D. "W. Kicxhjlbt. E.M., Proprietor.
Agent for Ore 8Mpptrs Aaaeyt mi
Chemical Aoalftls. Ulnen Examine"
erni Reported Upon. tlulUon Work
Spetlelif. p 0 Box 8B
, Office and Laboratory:
Ct. Sax Precise ft Ckfeaiaa Sib
EL PASO. TEXAS-
j K 1
Se us for bargains in city property
and valley lands.
Keene, Ireland & Park Co.
Phone S313. 214 31111k BIdg.
EI Paso, Texas.
ler, of St. Paul, defeated Walter Sutor.
or Cleveland, welterweight wrestlirg
champion, in two straight falls here.
One hour, six minutes and 30 seconds
was required for the first fall, while
the second was made in 23 minutes.
TRAILERS ON FORT CARS
RELIEVE TRAVEL CONGESTION
Trailer parties are the newest things
in street car joy ridinjj. The new steel
trailcrs are now in service on the lort
for jour Boy and Girt. It BiW
be a real pleasure for ihem to
accumulate a "Santa Claus"
reserve between noa and
Deposit a dollar for the Bank
The dollar will be returned
when hank is surrendered.
Bank & Trust Co;
Just below Pest Office.
Grmer's Electric Garage
Trill Biore to their new building,
SOS X. Kansas, Nor. 16.
We have an expert battery man
uptodate equipment. All work guar
anteed. Phone 1934.
XOSLKR SAFE FOR SALS
Has Burglar Proof Chest.
Hall Safe S1S0.00.
BLLIS BROS. PRIXTIXG
DIFFERENCE IN METHOD OF
The Neal THREE DAY Liquor
Treatment Superior To
Breaking with as old habit is oae of
tha hardest things in the world. The
man. who drinks to excess finds it Im
possible to stop without help that will
take from him the craving for liquor,
which is the cause of his excesses.
The Neal Treatment for the Drink
Habit does end all craving, restores the
drinker to self mastery and takes away
all desire- to drink. And this is accom
plished in Just three days, by a method,
preeminent and unrivaled in its sim
plicity as well as efficiency. The treat
ment consists in a vegetable compound,
absolutely harmless, yet powerful in its
action. It is administered internally,
thus avoiding dangerous hypodermic
The Neal Institute of El Paso, re
cently opened at No. $15 Mesa Ave., is
prepared to receive patients for the
Neal Three Day Liquor Treatment, af
fording them every care and con
venience in strict privacy, yet without
any restraint whatsoever. The Insti
tute is conducted by men who have a
large experience in administering the
Neal Treatment and under the personal
care of a regular qualified physician.
The Management of the Nsal Insti
tute of El Paso will give full informa
tion of this wonderful treatment Call,
write or phone. If desired we will have
a representative call at your home and
give you all desired information.
THE NEAL INSTITUTE
OF EL PASO, TEXAS
915 Mesa Ave. Phone 4642
line and have relieved the congested
condition of the post line care. The
trailers are run on all of the big fort
cars and furnish seating space for as
man- people as the longitudinal cars
do. The seats are upholstered in cane
Book-keeping. Slrnocrnphj. Spanish.
-DRAIGHOVS BISINESS COLLEGE
It. F. DbtIs, Manager. Phone 14S4.
and have cozv corner seats in the ends
of the ears where the passenger may
sit in the obeercaUoa eod and view the
A snap 100 "A" grade doors at a
bargain. Lander LHBaber Co. Adv.