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U. K. RUS6SLL,
Sunt of Afente.
Optimism, Just Now, Hampers Giants
National Leagae Champtoat Appear Confident They Will Skew Burst ef Speed
ami Again Secure the Boa-ting "Little" Teams Snow Great Defence.
By SAM CRAKE.
NEW YORK, Jane 3. Although
occupying the lowly position
they are now in. tke Giants will
hae a chance to redeem themselves.
They must get in , and hustle and
lay away on ice that optimistic feel
ing that they are bound to get started
in plenty of time to make their cus
tomary rush penuatward and In the
final dash to land the gonfalon.
The Giants are living on what hopes
their past record affords to their will
ing minds. They are trying to make
themselves believe that what they have
done before they can accomplish again.'
But baseball has aff rded so many in
stances tbat the fondest hopes axe dead
ones that it would seem as if it was
about iliue they should awake to the
realism of the present. I hope they are
not kidding themselves, but they surely
will be unless they get the idea out
of their minds that all they have to
da is to wait for the golden shower of
victories that is theirs by divine right
as two time champions.
9Ss SMIAKc RSC' .(Mjorc.
Other champion teams have made
tke same grievous mistake and did
not awaken from their trance until
it was too lote'iand then wondered
hour. K all happened and brought up
the "alibi" of accidental champions as ;
a reflection on the winners that might
excuse their own slowness of percep
tion and laggardnes of action.
The Chicago Cubs becansV too
chesty, over confident if you
failed to see that they were "going
back." but it was plainly evident to
others that they wen. They were
loath to grasp the fact that other
teams were being strengthened by
young, ambitious players who played
a faster game than their own veterans,
nd that rtvsj clubs had profited by
the experience they had gained by suc
cessive defeats at the hands ot the old
Wise managers hav also profited by
the innovations in speedy work and
Inside plays made by such managers of
originality as McGraw. Chance and
others, and have builded teams that
are now better able to cope with the
RACES 3?0R THE PARK
ON JUNE 22 NEXT
A racing tournament with prizes
totaling $100 is the plan that Joe
Hyler has oa foot for Washington Park
for June 22.
He says he has not yet decided upon
the complete program, but that It will
consist of an entire afternoon of rac
ing, beginning at 1 odoek, and that
there will be a free barbecue dinner
at noon and a concert by the ntilltary
band in the afternoon if he can se
cure the band.
The- races will include some harness
events, a cowboy's relay race with 34
entries, a donkey race for boys ' IS
ears of age and under, a flat running
race of half a mile, a two-rMle- hurdle
race with eight hurdles, and a Romas
race between soldiers if the latter can
Mr. Hyler says he Is arranging tor
excursions on all railroads.
For Pure Distilled
From Tank Wagons, 3c par &L
Pox Offices (wMi cooler). 5c.
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and payments, according to your ability to pay, and
what yott are -willing to pay for good, honest and
conscientious treatment Varicocele, Hydrocele, Her
nia, Piles, Fistula cured in five days.
If you have been taking treatment for weeks
and months and paying out your hard-earned money
without being cured, don't you think it is high tiie
to accept our grand offer" and be cured quickly
as you will certainly not be out any more money if
not cured. If -we believe that your condition -will
not yield readily to our treatment, -we will be honest
tell you, awl not accept your money
of a cure.
M nnrrnDft SM Mesa At,
LOOK ST. J. THOMAS,
Seety. and Gen'l Jtgr.
clubs that were' rightly called the "big
three," simply because the other man
agers who were In the "little six" class
have adopted the same tactics and
styles of play that were for years ex
clusive with the leading trio.
Little Teamsi Improving.
Why, I have seen .the Giants this
spring stood on their heads by piaye
made by the "little" fellows that Mc
Graw originated and were considered
as solely integral parts of the Giants'
winning system. That shows progres
sion and also that those managers who
can originate new plays must start
something that will again keep their
Manager Stallings has the Boston
Braves playing splendid team work
and has shifted his plans of attack
and defence. In Boston, while the
Giants were at batting practice before
games, he always called all of his
players into their clubhouse to talk
over the plans of the coming contest.
It was a habit with Stallings when he
was manager of the Yankees to have
them meet in his room at different
hotels where they stopped while on
the road, during mornings, and have
his conflab, but by having them gather
just before a game Stallings instruc
tions are fresh in his players' minds,
and that must be an advantage if there
is any good in the scheme.
Anyhow, the Braves, manager has
succeeded surprisingly well with the
job lot of players that 'was thrown to
him when he took charge. He has
them working together and that .8
hart the baseball battle.
The fact that ddcGraw Tias made one
trade by which he secured Fromme in
exchange for two veterans and one
second string man Is evidence that he
saw his team was standing still, even
if not going back, and to stand still,
with the Giants' manager, when other
teams are on the path ' of progression
and improvement is as dangerous a
situation with him as if his team was
backing up. He secured Fromme, the
man he has long wanted, to bolster up
his wobbling pitching staff. He will
get another boxman on whom he can
depend very soon now and will not
allow his team to retograde to thefa
tal point if he can possibly help It.
XAVIX AGAIN DKAIKS HE
WILL.TKADB TVRUS COBB
Detroit. Mich., June 3. "Absolutely
nothing to it," said Frank X Navin,
president of the Detroit American
league club when he learned of a Chi
cago rumor concerning a. trade involv
ing Ty Cobb and Hal Chase. "The Idea
of such a trade is so silly that there is
no use discussing it."
Navin added that he is not consid
ering any other trade with the Chi
cago club at present.
W8L6AST TO FIGHT WATSOX.
San Francisco. CaL. June 3. Ad Wol
gast has signed for a 20 round fight
with Red Watson, a California light
weight, June 20. according to the an
nouncement of a San Francisco athletic
club. The weight will be 133 pounds
WBSTOX IS ON LONG HIKE.
New York, June 3. Edward Payson i
wesion, tne ages, pedestrian, who Is
walking to Minneapolis, has arrived at
Passaic N. J., 13 miles from New York.
His itinerary called for the night's stop
at Paterson, four miles farther on.
JOCKEY CLTTB AIDS CHARITY.
Baltimore. Md., June 3. The dlrec- I
tors ot tne Maryland Jockey club which
recently concluded a race meet at Pim
II co. ordered that $10,000 be. expended
for poor persons suffering from tuber
culosis. Y. W. C. A. CAMP AT
The Y. AV. C. A. Cloudcroft camp will
be completed on June 10 and will .be
dedicated. This camp will be for tin,
use of the El Paso working girls who
may go there for their vacations. The
camp was constructed from the proceeds
ot tag day and from private donations.
Tt contains four rooms, one a largc
(lomntnrx -where the girK mav stav at
ii'lif Xo lmals -n ill be served at the
Ei Pane, Texan.
CAUTIOUS IN DHLS
General List is Slow to Rally
T71 T A 4-4-a air
Prom. Bear Attack
Pressure is Evident.
NOTE All market news on
prices (unless buy or bid be
this pane reflects dosing sale
specified) Tuesday. June 3.
New Tork, June 3. Following yes
terday's severe slump the market pre
sented a most cheerful front today.
Commission houses reported a. better
investment demand, although buying of
ihi. XZZrinilm was not heavy. Cables
--------- m- .-.,,. h.tr nnHiin.
In iLrlinand there was a sharp re-
,r?rv Vrf Canadian Pacific In London
before tne opening imc.
London bought extensively of Cana
dian Pacific and also took some Union
Pacific The action of the market en
couraged hope among bull traders that
the urgent liquidation under which
prices have been breaking badly had
T,,a.shnoAa hnwtfr Tarawa fnfltfl n
tiously in view of the severity of re-
cent bear attacKs, wnne uanaaian pa
cific sold nearly five points above yes
terday's lowest, the rally in the other
standard stocks did not average more
than a point.
Bonds were easy.
Hill stocks lacked support. Northern
Pacific falling to the year's lowest.
KlftwliArp there were indications or
mild pressure, but the list in general'
The general market showed no less
resistance to bear pressure as the sea-
sion lengthened and by mldafternoon
most stocks were ruling at about the
lowest. Northern Pacific's break of
Z to 110 created an unfavorable
impression and encouraged short sell-
10- at AtliA. v.tlnfr
The market closed weak. Failure of
dividend paying stocks to resist: the
Intermittent pressure of the bear fac-
tion caused renewed liquidation in
which a considerable portion of the
list went down to yesterday's new low
figures or below. An added factor in
the market's depression wasthe gov
ernment's weekly weather report
pointing out the danger to crops in the
continued lack of rain in certain sec
tions. New York city 4fc's again fell
MONEY AND METALS
XKW YOKK XARKST
fBv Arsociated Press.)
New York. June 3. Money on
steady, z .
Time loans, stronger; SO days. 3 9-1
percent; 90 day loans. 4; atx months,
Prime mercantile paper. 5K pereent.
Commercial bills. 4.83.
Bar silver. 59.
Mexican dollars. 48-
Copper, nominal: standard, spot to
August. 15.00 offered.
Tin. quiet: spot. 4fi.25944.75: June.
Lead, steady: 4-3004.40.
Spelter. 5.25 5.35; dull.
Iron, quiet: No. l Northern, 1C5O0
17.25: No. 2 Northern. 1COO01S.75; No.
1 Southern. 1COO01S.75.
St. I,l; Lead and Spelter.
St. Louis. Ma. June 3. Lead steady,
4.20: spelter duU, -5.15.
TIJH LOCAL MARKRT.
Mexican Mosey Bi Pas 8,BetetlB.
Mexican pesos (El Paso buying
Mexican currency (El Paso buying
EI 1'nso Smelter Quotations.
Bar silver, G9.
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb) 1&.325.
. Copper (wire bars) 15.40.
Lead Of. Y. sabs price) 4.SS.
Lead (London) 1. si 2. d.
W eekly Averages.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
NEW YORK LISTED
(By Associated Press.) i
.w.v.a - --- ....... v -73
ovuinern I'BCiiic .......
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J Overlook. Bisbee. Ariel
Arizona Commercial lu
Calumet ft Arizona at
unino copper Co St
Copper Range uyL
Greene Cananea sif
Nevada Con ifc
North Butte ,7
Old Dominion 45
Ray Consolidated 18
OUOUIIUU .. ..... a
Superior A -Boston v 2
U. S. Smelters, common xau.
Utah Con 72
Utah Copper 49
30ST0N t.IJtsd STOCKS
By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J. Overlook. Bisbee, Ariz.)
umer con -. i
Denn-Arizona .... t
Gold field Con ij
Inspiration Copper uu
Majestic Copper of Utah 40
Mason Valley gu
New Keystone ju
Ohio Copper g
Ray Central j
San Antonio, part paid 3
AT ROSWELL BURNS;
" LOSS TOTALS $20,000
RoswelL N. M , June 3. The beauti
ful country residence, with relics, li
brary, furniture and clothing, of Dr.
R. Keith, two miles northeast of
the city, was destroyed
night. The loss Is 320.000.
lie fire broke 'out about 10:30 oclock.
The blaze was first noticed by Mrs.
Keith, who went Into the garret Just
before retiring. A slight wind was
blowing and before she could get her
oldest son, Langford. out bf bed, the
roof was all ablaze, and they had no
time to save anything.
Dr. Ke!h just recently finished re
modeling the home, which was one of
the finest in this section.
There was $5,000 Insurance on the
household goods, but tWT will in no
way cover the loss.
Besides the furniture and relics, the
Keiths had $4000 worth of cut glass,
and $3000 worth of linens and a large
library, considered one of the best In
dividual libraries In the west.
What the family prized possibly as
which they had been offered H500 for. !
auun u anvming was a. Bedroom set
by an old friend of Topeka, Kans. It
was a hand carved set, made of syca
JUAREZ DEATH RATE
SHOWS DECREASE IN WEEK
There were 17 deaths in Juarez during
the past week, compared with 26 for thu
week previous. Three of these were
caused by tuberculosis, one by bullet
wounds and the greater percentage oc
curred among little babies. Their deaths,
for the greater part, nere caused bv
-nmmer comr.Inint According to the of
ficial rfports of .Tuare7. there J not one
case of smiil'nx m the tit, ajuj our.
one east oi tubiuulusis.
, Oats Weaken Under Heavy
I fl 11 ' "T n-s r. C r. r SIITV
Selling Increased Sup
ply Weakens Tovisions.
infeae in th European visible sup- tiently. Tou will not find words float
p"yening Prices were to e ng in the air but you will find them
lower to a shade advance. July In The Herald's dictionary,
started at 90 to 90 to 96o. vary- I Don't go groping about for words
ing from c decline to a shade gain, keep them at your elbow. Get the
and then fell to 90c . dictionary habit. It grows on you.
The close was flrrn with Juiy
not hUh.r -,t oi u to 91'A.c
Scantiness of offerings gave firmness
! to corn. July, which opened un-
changed to a shade lower, at 57 to
Improved eastern demand led to & I This dictionary is brought up to the
further upturn. The close was steady present date in accordance with the
at 58 c for July, an advance of 1 to i8t authorities from the greatest uni
114c net. ,.,i. ..diversities.
Oata -urA&lretlMf under Rellinft DV a Qlg Tk. Uai.M will nvACAMt vAn -nrl.l.
elevator concern. After starting a ltth
to c down at 38 to 38c touched
j 39c. and later sagged to38ftc
c. and later saggea w c wtmtmmA .
Plentiful arrivals of nogs caused a
setback in provisions. The first sales
rernrSW5orrknn:i.WiorUrUo not knowstare at you from
and Jll-37 to J11.4S lor nos.
Grain and Provision
Chicago Grain, Close.
: 90 90
' Sept .....
I Sept a
I Jnlv .....
Sept 38 M
Oaleage PrevisieBfi, Ctare
rSK -.. ..
i ulJr fi"?ilz
I - Sep ,?
sept ................ xt.se
Kansas City Grain. Close.
KasMKi City Live Steele. Cluse.
Kansas City, Mo June 3. Cattle
Recta. 9000: market steady. Prime fed
steers. S8.t8.6: dressed beef steers,
37.40&8.25: western steers. SCTSA8.15:
southern steers. $5.5067.(3: cows. $4.75
7.e: heifers. $.358.40: Blockers and
feeders, $8.5008.05: bulls. $B.7Se7.25;
Hogs Recta. 21.000; market Sc low
er. Packers and butchers. $g.5O0S-t;
light, S8.55e8.67tt: pigs. $7.50 8.00.
Sheep Recta. 9000; market steady.
Lambs. $7.0068.31; yearlings, $5,606
8.75: wethers. $4.5065.75: ewes. $4,000
5.36; stockers and feeders, $4.5065.00.
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago. I1L. June 3. Cattle Recta.
2000: market steady. Beeves, $7,106
8.80: Texas steers. $6-7007.50: western.
$6.8067.90: stockers and- feeders. S5.80
8.00; cows and heifers, $3.6067.80;
Hogs Rects. 15.00: barket weak to
5c under yesterday's average. Bulk.
$8.6568.70; light. $8.5068.80; mixed.
$8.4568.80; heavy. $8.2068.70; rough.
$8.2068.35- pigs. $6.6068.35.
western. $5.9065.75; yearlings. 35.506
6.35; lambs, native. $5.5067.40; west
ern. $5.50 7.50; spring lambs, $6,006
YlAMiAn Wanl. fMAaa.
I Boston. Mur. June 1 TiUlar In
j domestic wool consists largely bf clear -
moderate purchases of the new clip at
The heaviest recent sale was several
hundred thousand pounds of unwashed
Ohio delaine at 22c Territory wools
move slowly, moderate transfers being
made at 22 to 23c for mediums. Buy
ing has been more pronounced In the
west, especially in Nevada and Utah.
where the greater part of the new clip
has been absorbed. Offerings -of Texas
stocks are limited and California wools
are very quiet.
Xerv Vortc Cnttnti. rinve.
New Tork, June 3. Cotton Spot
closed autet. Middllncr unlanda. 11 70-
j middling gulf, 11.95: sales, none.
CCSTOMS KKCB1PTS FOR
may DKCitEASE ?,ee6,eee.
Treanrv Department Report Sheiva
9iSS3"5 SurplHN af Receipts
Washington. D. C. June 3. Govern-
' m.eut revenues from customs receipts
1 fell off more than $6,000,000 during
May. as compared with the same month
; of last year. Treasury officials attri
j bute the loss to the period of tariff re
t vision, which it is declared Is invaii
I ably characterized by business firms
1 "marking time" to await advantages of
lower tariff duties.
! Despite the differences, the current
fiscal year up to date shows a surplus
i receipts over expenses ot $6,378,375.
as against a deficit for the corres
ponding period of last year of $6,
462.136. The general fund contains $133,977.
282, Including 361.330.914 as a- working
balance. The latter will soon be re
duced by 310.000.000 by the deposits of
that additional amount in the national
The outstanding circulation of the
748S national banks amounts to $733,
754,815. HEAVY MOVEMENT OF
CATTLE ON CENTRAL
No Mexican Cattle Nor Coming Over
Mexico North Western; Interstate
Shipments Are Made.
While the stopping of traffic on the
Mexico North Western road has prevent
ed the shipping of cattle from that sec
tion, there is a large movement ef live
stock brer the Mexican Central into El
Booker and Nations brought in 80S
head from the Babicora ranch of W. R.
Hearst Monday. This was the only im
portation. However, there were several
shipments of cattle which had been held
here for some time and some interstate
shipments. Haley, Harris and Parkev
shipped 450 head of 3 year old steers to
MoOTPCroft Vvv Thee Mtfla ttw.v mir.
chased from Myers and Carpenter of
George Perry shipped 18 3 year old
steers to Frank D. Mossman, of Vera;
ivan., j. h. Canons shipped IIS cows
and calves to J. M. Shaw at Estancia,
N. M.. while Kent and Burkev. of South
Omaha. Neb. shipped through' 385 4 year
old steers from Douglas, Ariz.
WIKK OP SKAATLB MAYOR
WILL SBItVK OX JURY
Seattle, Wash.. June 3. Mrs. Cora R.
Cotterill. wife of the mayor of Seattle.
has accepted seriee as a juror in the
superior court, for June, though she
wouiii Hae n, n cusrrl if h hail
! avkert t mution Mis t"oU'ii!l siM
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unon receiving the dictionary has sent
a message of appreciation to the "Best
and Cleanest Paper." He congratulates
The Herald upon the great educational
value of the yenture.
The secretary of one of the best
known civlo uplift organisations in the
city called today to get a second copy
of the 'work for office use. She said
that she would be kept busy trying to
satisfy the demands of her friends who
had seen her copy of the book.
Start your certificate clipping now
BY SILVER CITY
Fra KlhertUH Liken the Location For a
Sanatorium aad Wmmtn Moose ta
Locate ae There. 1
Silver City. X. M.. June 3. "When I
write Jim Davis tomorrow I shall toy
him that for climate and good fellow
ship Silver City is the logical place fu
tile Moose sanatorium."
This came as a response of 'Elb r
Hubbard at the banquet siven in tiw
honor by the chamber of wnraifr
and brought the banqueters to their
feet and bedlam broke loose.
So well pleased was Mr. Hubhar.
with .the climate and the people that
he refused to bid godbye. savin c ,v.
revoir. and that he would be back
again and that soon.
TWO POLICEMEN ARE
REMOVED FROM FORCE
"Conduct unbecoming an officer" is
the alleged reason for 'the dismissal
of patrolman Bob Lee and Eugene
Hennesy from the police force. The
two men were given a trial Monday
afternoon before the police commis
sion. The charges against the patrolmen
are said to have grown out of a fight
between the two men at the Lobby
saloon. For several davs after the
fight Hennesy carried a black eye.
Lee's statement to police chief I. X.
Davis was that he and Hennesy were
in the saloon together, and he askei
Hennesy what would become of them
"laying off so much." This, he said,
led up to the fight. Hennesy's state
! ': M? b... "SB sr ,.
ment was to the effect that he wanted
suited In blows beine struck.
The members of the police commis
sion present were Winchester Cooley.
Maury Kemp. J. F. Primm. Dr. J. B.
Brady and police chief I. X. Davis, ex
offlcio secretary of the commission.
Mr. Kemp was elected chairman.
WE'RE AHEAD FOR
HEAT AND RAINFALL
There was a deficiencv of 0.35 of
an Inch In rainfall In El Paso for May
compared to the average demanded b
the weather bureau records, but El
Paso Is still ahead of the average for
the first five months of the year
Just a quarter of an Inch.
We are likewise ahead of the average
on temperature with an accumulate.!
excess of 430 degrees for the five
months, or an average of 2.8 degrees
a day since January 1.
There was no freezing weather In
May. neither was It very hot. as 96 de
grees on the 26th was the hottest
day of the year and then the humid
ity was so marked by absence that
the heat was not lu the least oppres
sive, which is a natural thing for
most hot days in Kl Paso. There were
22 absolutely clear days out of the
31 and only one that 'was real cloudy
with eight "partly cloudy."
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
Dan M. Tackson. Preatdhur. I
Jack Matthews, charged with theft by
bailee; not guilty.
41 ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. Walthall, Presiding.
Frank R. Tobin vs. A. K. Albers, suit
for specific performance; on trial.
j A. S. J. Sylar, Presiding.
Oeto Chavez, charged with carrying
a pistol; complaint filed.'
Tom as Chaves, charged with theft;
E. B. McCHatock, Preaidteg.
Rufus II. Chester, charged with bur
glary; complaint filed.
CAS0LDTE RUNS OUT ON TRIP I
But for Timely Arrival of Dr. P. G. Cor
nish City Executive Would Have
Had to Hike 35 Miles.
Albuquerque, N. M., June 3. If it had
not been for the opportune arrival of Dr.
V. G. Cornish with a supply of gasoline,
mayor Sellers's short vacation in the
mountains would have ended in his hav
ing to walk 33 miles to the nearest store.
Dr. Cornish caught the mayor's "S. 0.
ST hovewer, and went to his rescue.
The mayor and Mr. Sellers, -who left
for the mountains last Friday, were re
turning last Sunday night. Just before
they pitched ramp "the mayor discovered
that th egasoline tank was enfoty. When
thev arose in the morning Mrs. Sellers
heard the chug-chug of Dr. Cornish's
automobile and the mayor sprang to the
horn. He was sending out the "S. O. S."
in a minute, and the doctor answered.
The mayor and Mrs. Sellers arrived in
Albuquerque yesterday afternoon.
JUDGK I'ETIOOLAS MAKES
CLOUDCROFT TKIP IX CAR.
Juda-e AV. M. Petlcolas has returned
from an automobile trip to Cloudcroft
In his Velle "J2." and reports art ex
tremely pleasant trip over srood roads
vrith irt mi'tmrti rn tmnKlj oni nlw
one puncture ana one blowout. He I
also ran over to the Indian reservation
from Cloudcroft and found the toads
irood Upturning to i:i r.To h. found
Ueorce H.i'r s'. hiiim.. r f. ml - ..-,t on
the trip ti 'o . i i n h -'nncln H
nA !' " ' '' ri t.ip i'i ui a h"Ui.
nr.i laiLL sUi a.
' H CosdfiB Statement af tke Cstfiltism
The First National Bank
of El Paso, Texas.
At tke Cleae ot Business, April 4th, 1913.
Loans sad Investments. . 5,13,585.83
United States Bonds. ... $ $55,009.00
Cask a hand .' 797,553.72
Eekw .... .V 1,448,066.75 300,016.47
Capital Stottc ...-.
Surplus aad Profits
Are You Going East
For the Summer?
TRY OUR OCEAN TRIP FROM HEW ORLEANS TO
If you are interested, for rates and full information address,
W. C. McCormick, G. A. J. E. Monroe, C. P. & T. A
City Ticket Office: No. 206 North Oregon.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APSIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AWD PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. HOREHEAD, President. C. M. BASSETT, Vict Presides.
JOSEPH MAGOPFIM, Y. Pres. GEO. D. FL0RY, Ca6C.
L. J. GILCHRIST. Asst Cashier.
Jut as easy to open a. savings account with ns as thongs yes
lived next door.
WE PAY 4 percent Interest compounded Twice Every Year. We
do business nnder the Depositor's Guaranty Law of the State of Texas
and axe a Guaranty Fund Bank as provided by such Law. '
Our plan, in addition to being convenient, is safe, profitable and
liberal. Nobody has ever lost a dollar ia a State bank in Texas.
Write today for our free booklet "BAHKTJfG BY KAIL" or
simply mail your deposit.
1 Paso Bank and Trust Co., EI Paso, Texas
Summer Tourist Rates!
ash ville. Tena
ilut-firld, w. Va . . . .
Buy Now and
Potion las price wilt prevail dur
ing the MinaKri
. 7.50 6.5fi
July deNVery .
August deHvsry 8.00
anthracite priees duriBfc
SANTA FE FUEL CO.
YAVAPAI PIONEER IS
KILLED IK A RUNAWAY
Prescott, Ariz.. June 3. Isaac Pat
rick, one of the pioneers of Yavapai
county, and founder of the town of
Crown Kins, was killed at that place
by a fall from a freight wagon. The
mules hauling the wagon became
frightened at a pack train of burros
and turned the waa-on over. H. R.
! Bushon. the driver, was not injured.
but Patrick was thrown among some
rocks and received injuries which
caused his death almost immediately.
He was 72 years old and had lived
In the Crown King country 40 years.
Going wy for Summer?
Notif Th.- i:i r-.o H.-rald circuln-
.iii di tii-ui, nt to in-, e TI-e Pailv
rill - t. ' - "ier I'.jriss,
RATES ARE THE SAME AKD OUR SERYIOt IS
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
Two Fast Trains Daily
7:15 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & PXRGU90M
Aasayera Chemists Metallurgists
AGSKTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Francisco St.
Bell Phonej334. Anto Phone 1334.
JOHNSON ASSAY CO.
Agents for Ore Skippers
Assmyera, Chemists. Bullion Assay
era. Buyers of high grade Ores aad
independent Assay Oftfoa
J. W. RscxBAxr. JUL. Proprietor.
Agmtftr Ore BUfBtn iss tmt
Chcmloul Xsafstta. tlhnt txmm.'mt
a MtporU Up. 4MfM Wtrt
Omee and Labcrstsrr:
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to to Earope by the North Ger
man Lloyd Gai Ye sion-Bremen
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PARES: Cabin $80 and J7 50.
Steerage J35 00
Apply to local agents or ti
AUbllEn HOI.1. tirseral Agent