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la PASO HERAL
1 Paso Bank &
319 SAN ANTONIO ST. .
R. M. Turner, President.
F. P. Jones, Vice-president.
A. F. Kerr, Vice-president and Cashier.
Lee H. Crews, Assistant Cashier.
A. F. Kerr
R. M. Turner
F. P. Jones
CITY SAVES PROFITS IP YOU VOTE
FOR MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP
"Uaier the conditions existing In El
Paso Tre re of the pinion teat 10 per-
jcemt en tbe cask investment Is a fait
amd reasonable return, on capital."
TRY DR. CHE HOiCS VEGETABLB
ity or weakness
of men, women
all Skin Diseases.
tarrh, Heart Dis
ease, IiUng Trou
ble, Liver Com
plaint and Con
stipation. Female Internal
tlon or acute
LY CURED. Of-
fice 105 N. Campbell.
Bell Phone 2910.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Office
D. W. BrcxEAET. E H., Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assays and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
i Speclahy. p. 0. Box as
Office and Laboratory:
Cer. Sas FrcscLce k CfcMauiea Sfc.
CL FA0. TEXAS-
Custom Assay Office
CRrrCHBTT A FERGUS ON.
Soncessars te Hughes A Critchott.
Aeyers. Choatisti. Uct&liurcUts.
Asrents for Or Shippers.
S22x SiD Francisco St. Pheae 334.
El Paso Pasteur Inst if uie
For Preventive Treatmenl
325 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Ren., 3457
J, B. Sutton Comply
Embossing, Engraving, Printing
328 Texas St. Bell Phone 68p
CREDIT, lav boy, is ,of more importance in the business
world today ttian money. Without credit, you will never
climb very high on the ladder of Commercial Success.
Without credit, the merchants of El Paso would carry less
than one third of the merchandise they now have on hand.
Without Credit, our busy city would never have
grown above a country village. Without credit, your city,
state and county would go bankrupt. Credit is that unseen
quantity tjiat enables a man to purchase four times as
much merchandise as his money alone would buy; it is
tjte very foundation upon whicluhe builds up his business
and upon the strength of it depends his future success.
Credit can not be bought it must be earned, and you can
not start too early in life to earn it. The average boy, in
applying for his first position in business life, is hard
pressed for want of suitable reference he offers the name
.of his Sunday school teacher, his minister and possibly one
'or two of his neighbors. The young man does likewise
with possibly the addition of a former employer. These are
all very good as far as they go and in a small community,
ao doubt, sufficient, but to the busy business man of the
city there is but one absolutely reliable source of reference
to which he turns THE BAKK. What does your local
banker think of you can he recommend you That's
the all important question. Take for instance the ease of
the young man who applied for a position in the general
office of the Pennsylvania R. R, a few years ago. Out of,
about forty applicants he was the only one who did not
have a letter of recommendation, having had no previous
experience, but something in his appearance appealed to
the examining official and he pressed him for information
as to his habits, etc. ' ' Haven't you anything to prove your
reliability?" he asked. "Only this," replied the young
man, producing a well worn bank book showing over
eighteen months steady savings deposit. "Only that!"
exclaimed the official, "why, that's the best letter of rec
ommendation I've read today, report for duty tomorrow."
That bank book only showed a little over $50 in cash, all
told, but its great number of small regular weekly deposits
was what attracted the attention of the employer THAT
Lee H. Crews
From the report of the Robert W. Hunt
Co. If the city lias got to pay rates to a
private company to give tbo orrners of
the company 10 percent profit, why not
buy the plant and pay the profit into
our own pockets?
H. J. Simmons general rife.nager of the
Southwestern, returned Jtfonday evening
from Chicago, to which point he ac
companied vice president A. C. James.
Read Hoyt Furniture Co.'s advertise-
ment on society page, this issue.
Extra good values in
patents, tan and M&
leathers; light or heavy
soles; 10 new shapes at
Misses' and children's
Oxfords and Ankle
Strap Pumps; patents,
tan and calf leathers,
- $1-25 to $3
I SHOE CO. I
Nothing ever invented to in
duce one to save steadil
than one .i r i
of these Little Bank
In Bes Moines, Iowa, They
Take a Rap at the
Des Moines, la., May il. Denuncia
tion of the tariff bill and the men who
passed it, characterized the speeches
of senator Jonathan P. Dolliver and Al
bert Cummins, who opened the pro
gressive campaign In Iowa (last night at
the Coliseum here.
Senator Dolliver referred to presi
dent Taft as the "Titular leader" of
the Republican party, which meant, he
said, "A good man surrounded by peo
ple who knew exactly what they
Senator Aldrich was referred- to as
the man "allied with the Guggenheim3
I BY BS EVERYWHERE! j
and the Ryans and Paul Morton in a
mammoth trust, incorporated as a rub
ber company, which is allowed by the
articles of incorporation to participate
In any kind of business, anywhere on
the face of the earth, and which is one
of the holding companies in the Guggen
heim syndicate for the control of the
wealth, in Alaska."
"These are the men who are respon
sible for the tariff bill," declared sena
tor Dolliver. "The bill is only a scheme
to rob the people and to increase the
holdings of . gigantic syndicates.
"The troubles in the Republican
party have come not because of what
has been said, but of what has been
"I am going to have some trouble
in keeping inside the breastworks of
the Republican party, but I know some
thing of its doctrines. I do not Intend
to retire from it, although I have been,
invited and have declined the Invita
tion. I do not recognize Mr. Wicker
sham or any other man who comes out
here into the west to read men out of
the Republican party who were known
before he ever was in it."
Leaders In League "With Trust.
Senator Cummins declared that the
present Republican leaders are in
league with corporations. He said:
"Most of them have been brought up
with these Influences all around them
and therefore whenever a law is pro
posed that restricts or reduces corporate
power, their .rst inquiry is not, will
this measure bring help to the people,
but 5s it recommended by the captains
of industry, the masters of high fin
ance, the directors of mighty business
affairs, the managers of our unpar
alleled railway systems? As I have just
suggested, these leaders of ours always
find themselves so busy hearing what
these princes of the earth have to say
about proposed legislation that they
have scant time to consider the wants,
desires and needs of the great mass of
humanity, made up of millions whose
voices are unusually faint and distant,
but who now and then are heard in
tones that shake the whole structure
or organized society.
"I have no hesitancy in naming the
present leaders of the Republican party j
in the congress of the United States.
In the senate one man stands solitary
and alone, and hitherto his word has
been law to that august tribunal. In
trie house Mr. Cannon, the speaker, has
exercised a dominating control and
after him come Payne, Dalzell and a few
others of the same type.
HE VIOLATED RULES
Secretary Admits That He
Did Sbt Observe AH
Land Office Eules.
Washington, D. C, May 11. The ex
istence of rulings In the Interior de
partment which Mr. Ballinger must
have violated in appearing before the
general land office in behalf of the
Cunningham coal claimants after his
retirement as land commissioner, was
brought out by attorney Brandeis in
cross examination of the secretary of
the interior In the Ballinger-Pmchot
Mr. Brandeis secured an admission
from Mr. Ballinger that he had
been barred from appearing beforeothe
land office by a a similar ruling in
another case subsequent to his activity
in the Cunningham cases and prior to
his becoming secretary of the interior.
Mr. Ballinger salf he had not called
these rulings to the attention of the
president to assist him In reaching a
conclusion of the Glavis charge because
he did not think there was any law to
The committee decided to grant the
request of attorney Brandies that Os
car Lawler, assistant attorney general
for the interior department, be asked
to furnish the original or copies in
his possession of the memorandum
which he prepared for the president
last September and which Mr. Brandeis
has intimated the president followed
i in writing his letter vindicating Bal
linger and dismissing L. H. Glavis. By
unanimous vote the committee refused
to ask the president for similar infor
mation. Secretary Cornered.
Mr. Brandeis asked the secretary
about his connection with several com
panies that had cases before the land
office. In all of these cases Ballinger
said he represented the companies
purely out of accommodation, as It
belonged to that class of business
which his firm did not care to develop.
Reading a letter written by Mr. Bal
linger as the representative of the Han
ford Irrigation company In which he
used the term "we," Mr. Brandeis ask
ed the witness what were his relations
with that coinpany.
"I have no hesitation in saying," said
the secretary, 'that I had $2000 worth
of stock in the company. I have since
disposed of It."
"Why did not you state that fact dur
ing onr direct examination," inquired
"Because I did not think of it and
did not think it cut any figure and don't
think so now." I
Willing to Accommodnie.
Returning again to the Cunningham
claims. Mr. Brandeis asked the secre
tary why he had appeared as counsel.
for the claimants before tne lanu oi
fice after he had passed upon the
claims as commissioner of the land
office. Mr. Ballinger replied that he
drew up the affidavit for Clarence Cun
ningham and presented it to secretary
Garfield more as a matter of accom
modation than anything else. He said
he had not "appeared" before the
land office In these cases as a lawyer.
Questioning the secretary as to
whether the impropriety of represent
ing the Cunningham claimants before
the land office had occurred to his mind,
Mr. Brandeis pressed the witness for
a d'rect answer.
Ballinger merely replied that there
was 'no occasion for it to occur to his
mind as he was satisfed he was violat
ing no law In doing so.
Rullnsrs of No Force.
The attorney referred to attorney
general Wickersham's resume of the
Glavis charge which had been prepared
for the president. Mr. WIckersham
construed section 190 of the revised
statutes as containing nothing to pre
vent Mr. Ballinger from appear
ing as counsel before the land office
within two years after he had left it
Mr. Brandeis asked the secretary -why
he had not called to the attention of
the attorney general or of the presi
dent the fact that secretaries A.utch
cock and Garfield had both made rul
ing to the contrary and that assistant
secretary Pierce had ruled that Mr. Bal
linger himself could not practice be
fore the land office.
Mr. Ballinger replied that he did not
consider the rulings had any statute
to back them up.
IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST VOTE
FOR aiUXICIUAI, OWNERSHIP
"In the case of the -waterworks com
pany the profit becomes nvailaole to
distribute to the owners of the company,
while in the case of public ownership
and operation of the plant the profit can
be appropriated to make public im
proi cments or can be distributed in the
form of lower water rates." From the
report of the Robert "W. Hunt Co., ex
perts in municipal water supply.
By virtue of its unequaled
properties, is the
one Great Spring Medicine.
Get it today in usual liquid form or
tablets called Sarsatabs. 100 Doses $1.
MONITION: Notice Is hereby given
that there have been seized in this col
lection district, for violation of the
customs laws, the following described
articles, which will be sold in rront of
the custom house at 10 oclock a. m.,
May 19, 1910. Anyone claiming tho
same is required to appear within the
time prescribed Dy law. Alfred I.
Sharpe. Collector of Customs.
Seizures Nos. 760". muffler; 7605,
2 panama hats; 7606, 2 silk handker
chiefs; 7607, 6 silk handkerchiefs; 7608,
7 silk handkerchiefs; 7613, 1 wool blan
ket, 1 silver spoon; 7614, 1 wool blanket,-
8 pes. drawnwork; 7615, 1 zarape;
7616, 2 handkerchiefs; 7617, 2 drawn- j
work handkerchiefs; 761S, 2 bullfight
handkerchiefs, 1 pc drawnwork, 2 prs.
hose; 7619, 1 silver spoon; 7620, 1 pc
drawnwork, 1 cut coin fob; 7621 1 po
drawnwork; 7622, 6 doilies; 7623, 2 pes.
drawnwork, 1 watch fob, 1 waich chain;
7624, 4 silk handkerchiefs; 7625, 1 pc
drawnwork; 7626, 2 pes. drawnwork;
7627, 1 silk scarf, 1 lace collar; 762S,
2 silk handkerchief; 7629. 2 drawn
work handkerchiefs, 2 silver brooches;
7630, 1 silk handkerchief. 1 belt pin;
7631, 4 silk-handkerchiefs; 7632, 2 prs.
silk "hose, 2 bullfight handkerchiefs, 1
horn cup, 1 cigar holder, 1 meerschaum
pipe; 7635, 1 pc. drawnwork; 7636, 2
silk shawls, 2 prs. hose, 1 pr. shoes, 1
child's cap, 2 wool hats; 7647, 1 pr. kid
gloves; 764S, 1 pc drawnwork; 7649, 1
pc. drawnwork; 7650, 2 pes. drawn
work; 7651, 1 pc. drawnwork; 7652, 1
wool blanket; 7655, x shawl; 7656. 1
bottle Brllliantine; 7657, 1 box face
nowder; 7659, 3 willow baskets; 7662,
1 silk shawl, 3 pes. drawnwork; 7663,
9 pes. drawnwork, 1 zarape. 24 post
cards; 1 664, 2 prs. gloves. 1 doz. lace i
wheels; 7665, 1 zarape; 7669, S pes. Jew
elry; 7670, 1 pr. Eld gloves; 7671, 1 fili
gree, bracelet; 7672, 5 pes. drawnwork;
7674. 3 pes. drawnwork; 7678, 2 pes.
wool dress goods; 76719, 7 drawnwork
handkerchiefs; 76S0, 7 pes. drawnwork;
7682, 11 pes. drawnwork, 4 silk hand
kerchiefs; 76S3, 1 shawl, 2 pes. Jew
elry; 76S5, 1 suife underwear; 7686, 3
prs. kid gloves; 7687, 2 silk handker
chiefs; 76SS. 2 pes. drawnwork: 7689,
1 pr. kid gloves; 7690, 4 pes. drawn
work; 7691, 8 pes. drawnwork; 7692. 10
pes. drawnwork; 7693, 1 doz. doilies, 3
pes Jewelry; 7694, 1 pc drawnwork;
7695, 4 pes. drawnwork, 1 stiver spoon,
2 prs. kid gloves; 796, 1 silk scarf, 4
handkerchiefs; 7697, 5 silk handker
chiefs; 769S, 1 zarape, 2 handkerchiefs;
7699, 1 handkerchief, 1 leather purse;
7700, 5 pes. drawnwork; 7701, 1 pc
drawnwork; 7702, 1 pc drawnwork;
77Q3, 1 pc. drawnwork: 7704, 1 scarf;
7705. 1 silk handkerchief: 7706, 2 pes.
drawnwork; 770S, 1 pc drawnwork;
7710, 2 pes. drawnwork; 7711, 3 pes.
drawnwork, 1 celluloid figure, 1 fiber
purse; 7715, 2 pes. drawnwork: 7716. 2
silk handkerchiefs, 1 linen handker
chief; -7717, 5 pes. drawnwork: 7718,
3 pes. drawnwork; 7719, 2 pes. jew
ery, 3 silk handkerchiefs, 2 purses;
7720, 9 pes. drawnwork; 7723, 1 silk
shawl; 7736. 1 razor; 7742, 14 cut
stones; 7743, 1 leather pocketbook;
7744. 1 dagger: 7751, 1 pr. Chinese
shoes: 7752, 2 silk scarfs; 7753, 4 onyx
ornaments, 4 purses. 1 pc drawnwork;
7757. S prs. sox. 1 handkerchief, 2 pins,
cuff buttons and stud; 7765. 3 pes.
drawnwork 1 stickpin; 7766, 4 pes.
drawnwork: 7767. 5 pes. crochet work;
7769. 3 opals; 7770, 5 pes. drawnwork;
7771. 5 opals; 7772, doz. onyx pen
holders; 7773, 3 pes. drawnwork. 2 sou
venir spoons, 1 cut coin fob, 1 cut
coin stickpin; 7774. 12 onyx ornaments;
7776, 5 .pc. drawnwork: 7777, 1 silk
handkerchief, 1 opal stud; 7778. 2 bull
fight handkerchiefs, S pes. drawnwork,
2 fiber purses, 4 pes. pottery, 9, pes.
filigree jewelry, 6 miniature ornaments;
7779, 3 silk handkerchiefs; 7780, 3 pes.
drawnwork; 7782. 2 pes. drawnwork, 1
silk handkerchief, 1 souvenir spoon;
77S3, 2 pes. drawnwork, 2 souvenir
spoons: 77S4. 1 silk handkerchief. 1 za
rape: 7786, 1 cut coin bracelet; 7787, 1
souvenir spoon, 1 purse. 1 clay plaque,
5 pes. drawnwork. 2 silk handkerchiefs;
7792, 1 drawnwork collar; 7793, 3 pes.
drawnwork, 1 souvenir spoon; 7794,
drawnwork doilies, 1 paper cutter. 1
stickpin; 7796, 1 drawnwork doily;'7797.
15 pes. drawnwork: 779S. 1 bottle per
fume; 7S04, 1 Mexican saddle; 7S05, I
crocheted bedspread: 7806, IS pes
drawnwork, 6 opals: 7S07, 3 drawn
work handkerchiefs. 10 opals; 7S09, 1
drawnwork doily; 7S10, 2 silk handker
chiefs, 1 drawnwork doily, 2 fibr
purses: 7S11, 6 pes. drawnwork; 7S12, 6
cut coin pins; 7S13..1 metal belt clasp;
7S14, 1 cameo; 7S16, 5 pes. drawnwork.
1 wool blanket. 1 cushion top; 7S17, 1
wool blanket; 7819. 1 dirk, 1 razor;
7S20, 1 dirk: 7821, 1 leather purse ana
belt: 7822. 3 drawnwork collars: 7822.
1 bottle perfume, 1 pc drawnwork:
7824, 3 pes. drawnwork; 7S2S, 2 silk
handkerchiefs: 7829, 42 drawnwork
dollies: 7S30. 1 amber cigar holder. 1
hair hat band; 7831, 7 drawnwork
handkerchiefs, 1 pr. kid gloves; 783 -2.
pc. drawnwork: 7S33. 1 cicrar case;
7S34 3 silk handkerchiefs; 7835. 3 silk
handkerchiefs: 7S42, 3 pes. drawnwo-k:
7843. 4 pc. drawnwork; 7S49, 1 fiber
basket. 4 silk handkerchiefs: 1 sou- !
venir spoon. 7
n. 7S50. 1 razor; 7S51, 6 chif- I
L3ii? 1&.1 r JSi
fon scarfs! 7S5
2 linen handkerchiefs
Is a prety, hard thing to accomplish
when you're blue, bilious and out of
sorts. There is a sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and liver complaints
constipation and dyspepsia. Ballard's
Horbine Is mild, yet aosolutely effec
tive in all cases.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by
v tn-r imj . -
. of ths
sarns9 ESeof ne
q P1! n h
i Rat asidReagl? Paste
' T7111 rid your premises of rats. mice, cock
roaches, waterbues. etc Ready for imme
diate use; for 30 years the only guaran
teed exterminator. Money back if it fails.
ii oz. nox z&c lb oz. box $1.00.
Sold by dealers everprcher.
rERNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO.. Cfi!caes.ltf.
MW T17HT.. tf.JHrMKTggMJi
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You may want a Trunk, a Suit Case
or Bag. We carry the best line
of these in the Southwest. .
. We also sell the Wardrobe
and "Indestructo'1' Trunks
It wiil pay you to look at our line
of Trunks and Bags before you
buy5 if you want the best.
Everything to Wear
At the BImnenthal Corner.
Southwestern Distributors for
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Athletic Goods. .
BALLS ' SHOES SCORE BOOKS
BATS CAPS SUPPORTERS
MASKS GLOVE SOFTENER PROTECTORS
GLOVES TOE PLATES BASES
MITTS HEEL PLATES . GUIDES
UNIFORMS SLIDING PADS - ETC.
Send for Illustrated Catalog.
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
101-103 El Paso Street. El Paso, Texas.
handkerchief, 1 opal; 7S54, 1 ivatch fob; silk handkerchief; 7S97, 2 silk hand
7E56, 4 yds- -wool cloth; 7S57, 1 drawn- kerchiefs, 1 pr. sox, 1 ash trayj 7893,
work collar; 7S58. 1 coin bracelet; 7S59, 4 silk handkerchiefs, 4 pr. sox; 7900, 1
2 silk handkerchiefs 1 leather pocket
book, 1 cameo stickpin; 7860, 2 pes.
dra-vrmvork, 7861, 1 pocket knife; 7SS2,
2 hat pins; 7867, 1 suit underwear;
7S72. 1 souvenir spoon, 1 German sil
ver jewel box; 7S73, 1 German silver
jewel box, 2 drawnwork doilies; 78S0
1 panama hat, 1 pr. kid gloves; 7SS1
1 razor; 7832. & sillc nandkerchieis; watch fob; 7916, 5 drawnwork dollies, 2
7SS3, 1 leather purse; 7SS5, 14 blank-J drawnwork collars 1 drawnwork hand
ets; 7891, 1 silver thimble, 1 bead neck I kerchief, 1 silk handkerchief; 7921,., 1
laco; 7S92 1 belt buckle, 3 filigree pins. silk handkerchief; 7922, 9 silk handker
1 silk handkerchief ; 7S93, 2 silk hand- j ch'of "S 1 drawnwork collar, 1 silk
kerchiefs, 7894, 1 wool blanket; 7S96, 1) handkerchief.
C, R. MOREHEAD, President
JOSEPH HAGOFFHf, V. Pm,x a H". BASSETT, Vic Prat
L. J. GILCHRIST, Aart. Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
CITY NATIONAL .BANK .
EL PASO TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers 2L J. Simmon
A. G. Andreas . Kohiberg B. Blnmenthal
J. F. WilKams T. H. Ma-
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS
I Rio Grande Valley
W. W. Tnmey, Prest.
S- T. Turner, Vice Preet.
W. Cooley, V P. & Hgr.
CAPITAL, SUBPLTTS AED PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
Persons desiring the safest form 6f investment for their
money should confer "with the officers of this bank con-
'erning our 'first mortgages on choke farm property in the
-icinity of El Paso -which yield interest at the rate of So
"Xot how cheap,
but hoTT good."
bolt "woolen cloth; 7901, 2 drawnwork
collars; 7902, 3 silk handkerchiefs;
7904, 2 pes. drawnwork; 7905; 5 pes.
drawnwork; 7906, 5 pes. drawnwork;
7907, 1 filigree necklace 1 opal; 79QS,
1 wool blanket; 7909, 10 pes. drawn
work, 1 souvenir spoon, 7913, 1 bottle
, ; perfume; 7915, 1 pocketknife, 1
G350. D. FLORY, Cashier.
Transacted in All Its Branches.
FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
Bank & Trust Co.
W. E. Aracld, Cashier.
F. H. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
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