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EL PASO HERALD
Week-End Edition, Jan. 24-25, 1920. 17 SHIP PROFITEER OBTUHS UBERTT -ttle "Wash.. Jan 24. Capt. John I air formerly northern Pacific -t district manager of the Emer- i b leet corporation, was at lib . t tocay under $10 000 bond, fol- " rg his indictment by a federal ind jury yesterday on charges of taring througn the sale of ma . for use on shipping board es- urther indictments were declared ossibility b W. C. poster, special i it for the department of Justice, tn the grand jury reconvenes next j sdav no indictments, one of which con ed 5 counts were returned r it i-apt. tJlain A charge in-if-d in the lrd ctments was that I t lIain had received secret com n sions amounting to $17,760 arising n contracts between the govern t p and a company for which he . a an alleged agent. ' ipt Blain is well known In Pa f f c coast shipping circles and at j 'on where he formerly was in- t ur ui iou ana Doners. Swindlers, Who Claim hand, Ask Financial Help I BIG BANKS ONE AFTER THIS WEEK New York. Jan. 24. Search for swindlers who are trying to convince thousands of persons throughout the country that they have inherited most of the land In New York's finan cial district was begun today by the police. In a revial of a swindle which netted its promoters nearly $1,000,000 t years ago, letters have been circulated advisiner the recini- ents that thev are heirs of Anneke -Turin anri that h.r Aa. Mnint(iT of rh nit nf ttw. ttnAiwAi, h.ii from the Texas Bank to the h irt ing. Trinity church and most of Wall Tne officers of the two institutions street, is to be divided soon. believe that they will have the mo - a contriDution lor legal expenses i ' compiciea w uwi jsoaaay morn- ik uxea. jewus ana monev varuea at millions belonging to the estate This Is "mown day" for the Texas Bank and Trust company, also the final day of itsexistence as a finan cial institution. Monday morning, alt the officials, records and cash of 'bis bank will become a part of the, First National. As soon as business closes today, the funds, records and such furni- v ture as is to be moved, will be taken have Just been discovered in a vault in wis city, tne letters say. As proof, there are enclosed what appear to be newspaper clippings. Anneke Jans was a real old Knick erbocker and she left all her property to Trinity church Litigation over the estate ended Tears ago, but at least 00.000 persons have claimed to be her heirs since thn. it i esti mated at the district attorney's office ing everything will be in ship shape at the hour of opening at the First National. T e only thing that may not be absolutely completed will be the safety deposit vault, which is being doubled In size. when com- Keeping Official Tab ' On Poultry Production Separation of Workers From Shirkers in the Flock Is ! Aided By Use of a Poultry Production Calendar; ! How System Can Be Put to Use. SJANT farmers know little concern- pallets he can cull them from the IM ,n- th. indH.dual products of I S.oVo'Me Ml 5T2SMS their hens and pallets, but this is a eSg production by altering and im factor in flock minarement which proving his methods of feeding and j merits close attention, particularly in , general management. Uiew nf th h.h nr. nf --M rtnr.n.. t The United State deartment of ag- " " riculture will present this material the winter season It is relatively as , to the various state club leaders, local simple for the farm flock owner to 4 leaders and to all the poultry club TWO KILLED; ONE MISSING IN WRECK NEAR SALT LAKE Salt Lake City. Jan. 24 Clifford W. Hoagland, brakeman, was burned to death. H. C Spencer, brakeman. j was killed outright and C P. John- , son. engineer. Is missing, probably burled beneatn tne wreCKage or sev- eral freight cars and ah engine. which went over an embankment at , Mldvale. 12 miles south of Salt Lake ; City, last night on the Denver and Rio Grande railroad, following a rear end collision. W. H- Kirk man. con- Iductor. was hurt and may die. and ! three other trainmen and I suffered serious injuries. & "woman v tandotte Ratching Bggs. Phone Ad PAYMENTS monHHy buys QtttriaMam stack or bond, fbnforser SectrrrS oti&tititndtA vv w w wsdhj wrrtw rortrzirv i si ana iju pamaikrrs - rtt CHARLES E.VAU R'PER w-,-, Cmsottdod Stock ticftanot 5OBBO0 SVNtWYMK MAX. COWICTED OP STB.ILIAG G01ER.MB.NT PROPKIITI. FUEED George Holmes, recently convicted in federal court here on charges of stealing government property and I with perjury, was released from the i county Jail Friday afternoon on ; bonds totaling J 15,600. The bond in the urst instance was $1,M and that in the second J 5 00 Holmes has been in jail for some time. The man is alleged to have stolen government arms and ammunition some time ago and to have engaged with others in a conspiracy to export it to Francisco Villa in Mexico. WHEN YOU KNOW OUR NAME, YOU KNOW OUR PHONE NUMBER PMonc S54 C0RNCR or COTTON AND MONTANA A E I 95-OTJR e; s WmSE CO. "RITE-NOW-SERVIGE" ANY TIRE ANYPLACE ANY ROAD RATES FOR SERVICE Within City Limits 75c Out of City, per mile each way 10c Call Us When You Have Tire Trouble. CITY DISTRIBUTORS FOR tises Tfre$ftt TUBES 1 . : rM"B"""""l"M""""""""'"l"""WB""M""M"""MMsasswssBMsssMsassssssM: stationery. checks, eta. a are printed. in - m 1 iXhr Pqv frw o m-tfilr i; w k v m sin. w a fi - h 9 h b . a-a. j -j . '1 pleted. it will be 15x30 feet in one of the largest tn Texas. Workmen have been busy for month past rt modeling the Interior of the First National for the consolida tion. They will have their work so nearly completed. If not entirely, by Monday that a reception is to be held for the general public from three to ex after the usual banking hours The public will be welcomed all dn Monday, but the bank i s to re zr a 1 n open from three to six for the uur pose of allowing an inspection by those who cannot get around rtum business hours. All the old private offices have been torn out on the west side of the main lobby and the of fleers w 1 1 hereafter occupy desks in double rows, ten of them having desks in this space. EA. Gillette will have an office tn the southeast corner of the .building, in a newly constructed mar- Tble enclosure where he will give ! general supervision to that portion for tne nans, a new marnie encios- !ure has been constructed In the mam lobby for an information or "new I business" department. This depart ment was opened some time ago. but the enclosure was of wood. It has now been constructed of marble to cor I respond with the rest of the Interior j finish. A similar enclosure has been constructed in the northeast corner of the bank on the Oregon street side, for collections. There has been a general over hauling and rearrangement of tellers' windows, to care for the increasea business. All windows have been en larged with double gratings, so that a paying a&d a receiving teller- can stand at each window. Nine of these window have been arranged, so that IS tellers can work at once. Behind each cage Is the book keeper for that particular cage. rne oanKS oosmess is done on the unit system and loose leaf account books are used lnsteau of the old time ledgers. The book keeper for each cage keeps the work ud almost as fast as the tellers can handle ft. A window for the head teller has keer tab on the nroductton of his hens also been provided for In place of as it is for him to keep track of the the old exchange window. Tne bead milk vie Id of h s cows and. in every teller will handle payroll and other respect, the keeDing of flock records large accounts exclusively. The results as profitably as where simi Mextcan money window and the ear- j lar accounts are kept concerning cow ines department cago remain where activities. I thev were. There will be five tellers Efficient use of tht tran nest is the I for the savings department, as the most satisfactory method of detect consolidated banks have 8W savings' ing th1 unprofitable hens and pulfets depositors and $,0M.Ot in savings J In the flock. As soon as the trap deposits. I nesting recoraa snow tnat certain The total deposits of the First Na-j birds are "loafing on the Job" the tween $14,000,000 and $15,000,000. and I the better as poultry feeding stuffs I tne total resources or tne name are are oorresponatngiy nign in price as about $17,000,000. tare the commodities which form the Amonsr other Improvements made In human ration. the bank Is the cleaning of the inter,- vhat Flock Should Troduce. tor walls, the refinlsblne- or all the! woodwork and the instalatlon of ad- t A rea.t.nTnZ PnIlry nTe dinona! lighting facilities, giving Hltt-- -T.rWi.., Z? 7 both direct and indirect lighting. .. l:t?lnXJZbZlr- ?J"lh 2E? It la not generally known, but the ''V "1T," .."TTr.'- sr?;J c bank operates Its own printing plant. '" f?ITOK JL V.Sr. t on the mezzanine floor, where It. a ?,. JH2. fS S?"1 necticut) agricultural experiment sta tion, are of special value. These rec ords cover eight years result. In poultry keeping and Include data Aver&c number of cr th coed farm I ja BBomta ir ! PBrVlssBSB5ssSSsKaBiBB ' Hdv bbbssbshHbIhI BsnS BSBSSSSSSBSsBk sj assss! B9l J. -'i''-- -5SstSffSB BBBSSBfiBsSa lBBSBaPPWPBi r'itB Sr-'-Jgygy?ji i 'j I lil'i'll JHeaaJWgWiaMi Ue Better Looking Take Olive Tablets To have a dear, pink iHn, bright eyes, do pmiptes, a feefing of buoyancy Bee childaocid days, you must keep your body free from poisonous wastes. Dr. Edwards Ofive Tablets (a vege table compound t"'t" with ofive oa) act on the Ever and bowels Eke calomel yet have no dangerous after effect. Take ane nightly and note results. They start the bile and overcome constipatxon. That's why raiBions of boxes are soJd annually, 10c and 25c .rl wit It's Only the DEAD ONES ThatDon'tKnow That real service for motor car owners is to be had with us. Overhauling our specialty. SERVICE DEPARTMENT Motor Car Sales Co. HUPMOBILE JORDAN COS Montaaa Telepksne ST3 Tbe man who keeps a record of hu hen's production need not depend on appearances. members as a standard of attainment toward wnich to direct their flocks This standard of production is ot special value, as It furnishes a defi nite goal toward which all the club boys and girls may work. Similarly it Is valuable to every poultry pro ducer as an incentive to Improve flock production. Prepar as Firemen. Brakemen. lateror ban Votermta, Cet ored Train Porttra II if -SIM per month to itart Chances quick promotion. No experience necessary Uniforms and panes fur nished Texaa roada. Mall us thla ad vertisement, name and address and we will fend ApDlleatlon Blank tT return man. ?ft3tE POSITION WANTED. INTER-RAILWAY. Dept. lis. Indianapolis. Ind. Hewitt Rubber Company OF BUFFALO. N. Y.. U. S. A. ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF J. B. Wood Hardware and Rubber Company SUCCESSORS TO SHEERS HARDWARE CO. 310 TEXAS STREET EL PASO. TEXAS AS DISTRIBUTOR OF MOTOR TRUCK TIRES CORD TIRES FABRIC TIRES ilLilUli ' INNER TUBES FOR NEW MEXICO. SOUTHERN ARIZONA. WESTERN TEXAS AND MEXICO. IT'S THE TREAD5 Three Times? j Kim. KiTraAM' S V.v Demb' 7 Jnft. jaasarr July ' Fetoury 12 abcsm .March U SepWmktr Apia it Oetoktr .. Sen. 2 .4--.it 17 It 1 .It. I. ThepPurchase Price The Initial cost of an ordinary truck is but one item in the price you pay. Inferior quality must be paid for time and again after the truck is put into operation. WHITE quality costs money to produce, but saves money in the long run. Its cost comes but once in the life of a truck. 2. The Operating and Maintenance Expense A constant charge against the truck's earning power. The poorer the truckvthe more it costs for fuel, oil, re-, newals and repairs. WHITE Trucks operate with the utmost economy. 'They are known money savers. 3. The Cost of Idleness The largest item of all. Loss of earning power for a day makes a serious inroad on profits; a three-day lay-up may easily equal" a month's operating cost. That is the direct loss. The Indirect loss, due to halted and delayed operations, may be far more serious. t T N White Trucks the purchase price is your total investment 1 The operating item is absorbed in high earning power. The loss item is'little or nothing. White Trucks have the staying power to keep going. They do most work for the least money. M. L. NAQUM DISTRIBUTOR FOR WHITE TRUCKS Hen's total fr ta year from thousands of hens. The accom panying table or xnontklT calendar of I esg production is offered as aa Indi- cation for the flock owner of what ' good bens should product In each month or the year. While the production of IM eggs a ben a year hi higher than the av erage. It .furnishes a goal toward which the flock owner may work through syst&maUa culling and good breeding. This figure la approximately 64 eggs more than the annual output of the average New England farm hen, while It la approximately 5 eggs more than the average farm hen of the United States produces In a year. It Is worthy of note that the aver age hen according to the results of the egg-laying contest under discus sion produces a maximum yield of eggs during the months of March, April, May and June As a rule she Hytrin lavns In Kmiamlur sj I uallv tunes up her nroduetlon until March, when she Is producing welL one maiauiDg mis orcaucrion smii August or September, when her egg yield again declines In nreoararJon for the molting or vacation period for tbe producing fowls. i.se or small Kreord Sheet. Every fjock owner could profitably eaulD hlS DOUltrr house with a small record sheet, such as Is used in the average oairy staple. He should re cord in tbe allotted space each day the yield of each ben. and at the end of the month he can readllv aaMrtain tbe total 20-day production of each iowx in tne hock, xnen he can check back this monthly Yield anlnat tK , average yield from the International csB-iymg contests as presented la the poultry production calendar. When he locates unprofitable hens or i Oil Maps County Sectional Maps Oil Development Maps. Geological Maps Metcalfe Map Co. 202 San Antonio St. El Paso, Texas. Th ristocrats M armon "A THOROBRED" J See Our Window for BARGAIH IH LIQUID GLUE When you sit at the wheel of a Marmon and slowly push the throttle a little higher you realize the power that is hidden away beneath the hood. When you ride in the tonneav of a Marmon you get that feeling of pride that gold and precious jewels will not give you. When you stop by our salesroom you will see the .new series Marmon on the floor aad if interested we will take you out for a ride. tudebaker "AS GOOD AS THE NAME' The new Studebakers, especially the touring models which we are now showing are the ultimate in medium price cars. We have a few cars on hand and can make imme diate deliveries this should mean something to you in view of the fact that a big shortage of motor cars is predicted for 1920. Come in the first opportunity you have and look them over or if time is pressing, telephone us and we will bring the car to you. arrett Motor Co., Inc. 500-6 West San Antonio Street Telephone 953 1 1 I i ' i Qts. 75c; dez. .-,$&25 Pti 45c; dor. "... $5.00 603 Mofitasa TcL 3-486 Tuttle Paint and Glass Co. LN EJ. PASO 37 IE IB'