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EL. PASO HERALD
12 Saturday, April 2, 1910. An U Paso factory nan yes Management THE MAGIC OF A BANK ACCOUNT THERE are so many desirable features about a bank account that it seems almost an insult to Herald readers5 intelligence to print an article on the sub ject very much the same as though we were to remark, solemnly, that water is wet. But just as there are some people who do not appre ciate how very wet water is until they fall into it, so are there people who could easily maintain a bank account, but who do not do so simply because they do not realize the value of it. Getting interest on your money isn't the whole idea it's only part of it, and the smallest part at that. A sav ings account sends the blood to a certain group of brain cells that create in you, by their healthy action, the ability to weigh the value and appreciate the power of every dol lar that comes into your hands. In other words, a savings account makes you think a little bit more about money, and a little bit less about the tempting opportunities for squandering it. After you once start a savings account you find, with some degree of surprise, that it is actually a pleasure to add to it not because the " habit of saving" is getting a hold on you, but because you have been doing some think ing, and begin to see what a fool you were formerly, to let a smiling but greedy world separate you from all of your, money as fast, as you earned it. The world's smile is not of the brand that "won't come off." Just go broke once, and then start to count the smiles on your fingers, when you have "hnished? you will find a couple of tightly clinched fists sticking up before you, same as when you began. So therefore, it becomes an uplifting satisfaction to keep, for yourself, a little of your own money "by putting it away regularly in a savings account. It's the right way, morally and legally, of getting the best of the fellows who are all the time scheming to get the best of you. And there is another thing about a savings account that exerts a decided and favorable influence over your life and your business affairs the benefit derived, from the acquaintance of banking people. It is valuable to you, no matter whether you keep on working as a clerk for somebody else all your life, or are spurred on by ambi tion to try being your own boss. Get acquainted Tsitfh the bank's cashier, and with all xthe officers ana even iihe janitor. When you enter the bank the more people who speak to you and give you a Triendly ncd, the better. If you are considering the purchase pr a3e of a. piece of real 'estate, or the taking out of an insurance policy for either fire, accident or life, or if you are a clerk and contemplate taking a new position lrcp in set tie bank and have a little confidential chat about it with one of the officers. , They will thank you to do so, they will give you their -best advice m the matter and it happens mighty often that two heads arc better than one. Bv all means, get acquainted at the bank. If you are depositing $4 once a month, change vour system, and go to the bank every week with one dollar. Give the bank people a good "chance to know you. Sometime you may need a eood reference, as to character or business ability. Your corner grocer may be only too glad to assure anyone that you are "good," but sending your inquisitor ground to the teink for this information is what will really close the deal. And in addition to all tftese benefits, you -further profit by the interest roar money earns. Idle money is a curse. Money profitably employed isan Inspiration. You can open a savings account in this bank with one dollar. Why 3on't you 7 Per cent interest on savings accounts, in terest compounded every 6 months. Percent interest on time deposits. 4 Nation; auk o EL PASO, TEXAS. f Ooiiiifisrae, DEATHS AND BURIALS. FATHER OF REV. P. J. RICE Rev. ?. J. Rice, pastor of the First Christian church, left on the Golden State limited this afternoon for Medina, 0., where he was called this morning by a message announcing the death of his father, Edwin E- Rice. Mr. Rice was 78 years of age and his death ss stated to be due to a stroke of paralysis. Rev Mr. Rice expects to remain in Ohio two weeks. He will arrive in Medina on Tuesday. Scott "White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. THE WSATESE EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY '. MEASURE IS AMENDED "Washington, D. C, April 2. -The sen ate amendments to tho bill to amend the employers' liability law were agreed i to by the house this mornings The measure now goes to the president for his signature. Union Iron and Brass Works to Make a Stronger Bid for Business and to Lend Greater Assistance to the Upbuilding of El Paso. From this date henceforth the Union xiuii dim xrass w orics win De unaer me i general management of H. C. Waugh, a j gentleman who understands the busl- ness thoroughly and will lend much to the betterment of El Paso. J. G. House, the former spcretarv ! and manacer will devote his time to ' other departments of the business. The Union Iron and Brass Works has taken' a firm hold in El Paso and is recognized as one of El Paso's leading j manufacturing concerns and under the new order of things -nrill make itself more strongly felt and bring into El Paso a line of business that has been .going elsewhere. The following letters speak for them selves: March 25,1910. To Our Customers and Friends: At a recent meeting of the stockhold ers of this concern, by unanimous con sent a decision was reached to change J tne management by the employment of Mr. H. C. "Waugh, who will assume the duties relating to the business in the capacity of general manager on April 1, 1910. Previous to this action a rigid inves tigation of the business was had to de termine its needs and devise means whereby its scope may be enlarged, im proved, and generally benefited. This company has been in operation in your community for a sufficient length of time to demonstrate its purpose and ability to do many things necessary to ward the upbuilding of our community. it has received the loyal support and ( patronage of many of our best institu tions; it has tried to deserve the con fidence and consideration so imposed upon it to the end that it has grown and has caused the stockholders, as above mentioned, to feel disposed to put their shoulders to the wheel in view of its perpetuity and enlargement. "We heartily commend tc your consid eration the new manager, feeling that he is qualified inasmuch' as he is' a thorough, practical, energetic man, and beg that you continue to sunnort our institution which has always endeavored to prove worthy of your confidence and patronage. Very ruly yours, Union Iron and Brass "Works By J. G. House, Secretary and Manager. April 1, 1910. El Paso Herald, El Paso, Tex.: Gentlemen: In connection with the enclosed gen eral letter, I beg to advise that the policy of this concern shall be along the general lines as heretofore, except that personal attention will be given to each and every detail of any work or business which you see fit to entrust to us. "We shall continue to make a spe cialty of brass and bronze castings, as well as the manufacture and finish of brass parts for users of machinery. "We shall enlarge our ornamental brass ami iron departments. Intending to in stall special equipment heretofore need ed, as well as mechanics who are spe cialists in their lines. Our precent stock of manufactured brass, such as sheet, tubing, rod. wire, stick brass and bushings will be enlarged. "We believe that we have the best equipment for general repair work in this section of the country and by de voting the closest personal attention to the details of your orders, following same from the entering of the order to the completion of the work, I firmly believe no opportunity will be given you for complaint. My life and efforts here tofore have been devoted exclusively to this line of work, which I feel quali fies me to perform same In a manner satisfactory to you and with credit to this concern. Assuring you that I shall appreciate and perform to the best of my ability any business which you may entrust to me, I am Yours very truly. H. C. "Waugh, General Manager. REACH BASEBALL GOODS DETROIT5 GRCTiT PITCHER The World's Best Pitchers Recommend Reach Balls 4 ' r ft 1 "" IS J" ijiPw t - JijL '23OTrB75 cetoSit E3C3PE2?x ATHLETir a' wato 5TAK. We Guarantee Every Piece of Reach Goods That We Sell OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE ORDER AT ONCE, as any special goods not in stock will be sent direct to you from the factory. INTERNATIONAL BOOK ? STATIONERY CO. Herald Building, El Paso, Texas Hmws Visitors Are Playing the Militaiy Institute This Afternoon. I TOO LATE j.'o CLASSIFY. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. Boston Consolidated 17 Calumet & Arizona . 66 Copper Range ., 71 Daly "West 9 East Butte 1 8 Giroux . 8 Greene Cananea 9 Helvetia 3 Miami 21 Nevada Consolidated "21 Nipisslng. 10 North Butte 34 Old Dominion 39 Shannon 12 Superior & Boston 12 Superior & Pittsburg 13 Trinity 7 Utah Consolidated 2Si Utah Copper 44 U ..-W A UOLSli UK JLOT in any part of the city, on any kind of terms, or wish to trade for valley land or ranches; or -wish to trade city prop- erty, ranches or valley land, for a stogS Jfn ffered E1 PaS; PriCe $UQ (By UNLISTED STOCKS- Spjclai Wire, to Tne Herald frocs H. H. Bru Co.. Gluoe. Ariz..; Scott White & Co., now nt 204 St. I,ouis. CHAS. CLARK REARRESTED OX COMPLAINT OF IKE ALDEHETB Charles Clark, against whom com plaint was dismissed in justice ircClln tock's court Friday, was rearrested this morning by deputy constable Hinckley on a warrant charging him with forgery, the complaint being filed by assistant county attorney J. J. Murphy in justice Watson's court. Clark was released on his personal recognizance and -the case will be called to trial some day next week. ' The complaint follows: "On February 21, 1910. Charles Clark did then and there unlawfully and without lawful au thority, and with intent to injure and defraud, did wilfully and fraudulently make a false instrument in writing pur porting to be the act of another; towit. the act of J. B. Larazola. which said false instrument to the tenor following: 'District clerk. El Paso, give C. Clark or order any jury scrip due me to date. Signed J. Larazola-Clark.' I. Alderete complainant." The El Paso 'high school baseball team this morning defeated the team of the Xew Mexico Agricultural college of Mesilla Park at Washington park by a score of 4 to 1. Loretz was in rue box for the locals and struck out si-c men; Bausman for the visitors retired two I batters. The lineup: i El Paso hierh school: ChenoweUi, ss; Allen, 2b; H. Grady, lb; W. Grady, 3l; j Cordova, part paid Corninr. If: Lvman, ci : Parker, c: uai- oraova. iuii pam iligan, rf: Loretz, p. .Ayri cultural college: Howard, e; Boat, 2b; Thomas, 3b: Bausman, p; Blain, cf; Beckwifch, ss; Ployd. If; Kirk patrick, lb; Mayer, rf. Aiie 'mgn scnooi moue iour sscjn-s in 1 ljvg Qak Devel the fourth inning and the college one in j Mason Valley ..."!! il.. it- i "Vo -t-.- TC ujt seveiiLii. 1 i"-c. --"o- --y Rrorp It. 1LE. eY" keystone E. P. H. S 4 :$ 2 Agricultural College 1 4 4 -Merritt and Gowan pf the El Paso White Sox officiated as referees. The Agricultural college and the El Paso Military Institute teams are cross ing bats this" afternoon. Arizona-Michigan, part paid 40c Butte Balaklava ... 9 Cactus .' 3 Ts Calumet & Montana 75c fhino Copper Co 13 Chemung ,S 10 Chief Consolidated 2 75c l'A Cumberland Ely 6 juavis uaiy 2 ?& Denn.-Arizona 2 Ely Cent J 65c Gila Copper . . ." . 6 Inspiration Copper 8 la ivose i 21 .::... i 3Sc a XL Ohio Copper 4 " Pinto Copper 15c Ray Central 3 7.15 Ray Consolidated "nv. San Antonio, part paid 9x4 OUU.UUUH 9S Superior & Globe, part paid ...I! 55c Tonopah "?.... 6 ( of drygoods, groceries, or drugs, Iican f turnisn you witn some excelent proposi tions, bee Geo. W. MdNally, B. 4-U. buy sell or rent. Phone 3103. Mundy Bldg. CHANCE TO GET A HOJIE - On easy payments, Small amount of cash down. Houses In Highland Park. East El Paso. Grandview, Altura Park or Government Hill. Let us show you. Automobiles at your service. Newman & Son. Phone 914. 304 Mesa a.sdi FOR RENT . 9 room house, $50 5 room cottage, $30.00. 9 room brick, not quite finished, $50. W. F .Payne. MUST BE SOLD In a few days; 4 room frame, 2 lots oa Rio Grande St., the biggest real estate FOR RENT 5 rooms, 102S Rio Grande, $3g. 5 rooms, 914 Octavia, $27.50 4 rooms, 125 Cotton, $22.50. " 6 rooms, 120S Magoffin, $30.00. Flsk, Trust Rldgr. Scott White & Co.. now at 204 St. Louis. TODAY'S MARKETS Forecast. For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight and Sunday, fair. For New Mexico: Tonight, fair; warm er north portion; Sunday partly cloudy. For west Texas: Tonight and Sunday, partly cloudy to cloudy weather. River at El Paso: Height of surface this morning above fixed zero mark. 13.6 feet. Scott White & Co., now cr 204 St. Louis. SUPREME COlltT JUSTICE BURIED BESIDE FIRST AVIFE. Leavenworth, Kan., pril 2. The body of the late justice David J. Brewer, of the supreme court of the United States, was today interred at Mount Muncie cemetery, beside the remains of the justice's first wifeand her daugh ter. The body arrived from Washington this morning. It lay in state at the First Congrega tional church, where it was viewed by hundreds. Col. L. M. Powell, of Bisbee, of the C. & A. and L. S. & P. Mining com panies, left last night for his home. He has been in El Paso several days. Scott White & Co.. now at 204 St- Louis. "BRAINS, NERVE AND SUCCESS" TO BE DISCUSSEO BY FORUM The meetings of the Forum of the Y. M. C. A. will during the months from April to September be held twice each month the first and third Saturday evenings. Tonight's meeting will be an open one. Dr. Lyman B. Sperrj' will give a talk on "Brains, Nerve and Success.' Senor Gavoche Miro, a talented pianist, of Mexico City, will give several selec tions. This program will take place in the assembly room of the association building. Tomorrow afternoon, at 3:30 Dr. Sper ry will give the last of his series of ad dresses in El Paso. His subject will be: "Avoidable Causes of Disease." Scott White & Co., now at 204 St Louis. Rob A. Moore has returned from Chi cago and Joplin. Judge Burton Parker, special agent of the treasury department, has re turned from an investigation trip to Los Angeles, y AYRSS HIABR VIGOR Ingretficnts; gSaSuQa5?aiiSffi,-fapS2: Show this to your doctor. AVer's Hair Visor prreapuy destroys the germs Ayers Hair Vigor just as promptly destroys the that cause falling hair. It nounshes the hair- germs that cause dandruff. It removes every bulbs, restores them to health. The hair stops trace of dandniff itself, and keeps the scalp falling pat, govt! more rapidly. clean and in a healthy condition. Does not Color the Hair H Y. IV. C? A. NOTES. .J. : : : : : .; . Over 70 girls belonging to the T. W. C. A. clubs of Lamar, Sunset, Vilas, Mesa and San Jacinto had a jolly "April Fool Party" at the Y. W. C. A. rooms Friday afternoon. Music, games and many clever charades were en joyed by the Juniors. An oriental entertainment will be given Monday at 7:30 p. m. at the Y. W. C. A. roonis by Mrs. Kenneth Brown and several assistants. The Y. W7 C. A. Vespers will be led tomorrow by Miss Laura Bass, of De3 Moines, la. The board cf directors of the Y. W. C. A. will meet Thursday morning at 10 oclock. Y. W. C. A. Vesper services are held at 4 oclock every Sunday in the asso ciation rooms. Herald building. Miss Laura Bass will speak tomorrow on settlement work. A most Interesting meeting is expected. All women are in vited to atkan MONEY AND METALS. call New York Q,uoUitiem. (By Associated Press.) New York. Anril 2. Money 23 percent. Prime mercantile paper, 4o Per" :ent. Clnvinc Quotation: Today Bar silver. 52Vc. Desilverized lead, $4.i2--50. Copper, standard spot, $12.70 13.0u. May, $12S0 13.10. Mexican dojlara.. 4-lc. . Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $-4o- Current SmcUcr notations. (F.l Paso Smelter. Bar silver 27 Copper wire bars (cts. per lb.) -13 3-ib Copper Cathode (cts. per lb) . .13 i-a Lead (London sales price) . . .12. slj, " Lead (New York sales prices) --DU Weekly .tveroffes. (Douglas Smelter Quotations.) Engineering and Mining Journal. (New York.) . , Bar silver a - Copper 13.16 NEW YOEK LISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire to Tue Herald from H. EL Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz v- Amalgamaited "3 American Smelters 80. Anaconda ..-.."...'..- 46 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 7 Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul .. 1404 Colorado Fuel & Iron 39 Erie Railway :...'.-. 20 Missouri. Kansas & Texas 0 Missouri Pacific .'-- 6s & Reading 164 Rock Island 45 ?i Southern Rallwav ".'.'.'. 27 Southern Pacific". 124- Texas Pacific 31 Union Pacific '. 183 United States Steel," "common 82 Wabash 21 rn Grain and Provisions. Chicago Grnln. Closr. Wlioat Chicago, 111., April 2. Close: y $l-144vi July 1:07 Corn ' 60 rt Jl 63 v Oats y 42TS43 Juy 40Tb41 Chicago Provslcn!. iJlose Pork May July May ?25.10 .. 25.10 13.55 Ribs JuU' 13.32 May July 13.45 13.17 Fort Worth livestock. Fort Worth. Texas. April 2. Cattle Receipts 500. Hogs Receipts 700- steers none. Cows higher. tops-$G.00: calves ' 1 Lups, ji.au. iogs, steadv $10.6S. tops. St. Lonli Wool. St Louis, Mo., April 2 Wool dull Territory and western mediums 3(5i re fine mediums, 1522; fine, 1116. ' COTTON. GnlvcNton Spot Cotton. Galveston. Texas. April 2. Spot cat ton quiet. 1 1-16 off; middlings, 14 ll-ifl cents. No sales. OX THE PAVED ROAD. 23 acres this side of Clint. 14 acres in alfalfa. The rest good level lane For price and terms see Lee H. Orndorff, 209 St. Loais St. Terms. See Austla and. Marr. Phone 352. Caples Bid?. A FINE HORSE, surrey and harness for $350.00; also a pony; will ride or drive, for $25.00. Auto 2422 or Bell 511. BEST BUY ON MESA AVENUE W. F. Payne. FOR SALE A manufacturing plant, good business established, worth $3500. Address S. J. R-, care Herald. "WANTED TO RENT A small ranch on shares, suitable to "raise chickens. EI Paso. Ysleta or Las Cruces. Address F L. M-, care Herald. BUILDING SITE ON ARIZONA Street at a bargain. W. F. Payne. ' 54 ACRES ON THE ISLAND. The best buy in the valley at $29 per acre Lee H. OrsKoriT, 209 St. Louis St. FOR RENT ModWn house, ten rooms. 3 porches. toHet and "lavatory upstairs and down. Close in. Phone 2132. Scott White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. Say, Fellows! Have 3rou ever thought of the many advantages and' opportunities to be derived through a mem bership in the El Paso Y. M. C. A? Privileges that appeal to every man and boy : Gymnasium, swimming pool, baths, bowling alleys, billiard and pool tables, evening educational classes, practical talks, debating club, reading room, social events, employment bureau, etc. - j t Now! Scott White. & Co.. now at 204 St. Louis. BOSTON LISTED STOCKS CBy Special Wire to Tne Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.; Arizona Commercial 19 Boston Corbin 13 ih iiijijl vi strong, durable, comfortable garments for workingmen THe BEST Investment You Can Make Adding tq the above we wish to express our sin cere appreciation of the courtesy of this space extended by the Hoyt Puiniture Co., whose well known lines of "Hoyt quality" furniture supply the scheme? for comfortand good taste in the ar- rangement of reception, reading and lounging rooms of the V Y. M. C. A. 1 f V.