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ALnUQUEItQfTE EVEtfma CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER IT, 1007.
Arizona Copper and Other
Companies Are Rushing
Clifton. Arls., Oct 17. Last month
the Arizona Copper company turned
nt l.Sb tons of Bessemer copper,
whlcn 18 tl' bejt tonnage made for
swveral months, In fact since the last
flood. With their smelter now in
perfect condition a also other things
In and around the camp, the com
tmny expects to reach its former rune
of 1,400 tons per month.
New Road to Mine.
The wagon road which has been
In building for some weeks up the
canyon to the iBoran and Iangerman
nines, near Morencl, has been com.
Anted. The mine hare not yet been
rorkfd a month, and though but
Si men are employed to do the work
A shaft haa been sunk to a depth of
ISO feet, with very treasurable show
ings. In many instances small nug
tTet of sjold have been found and
frequent cropping of ruby silver are
Adjoining the Bacon A Langerman
property are the claims of the Camp
bell brothers which, if surface Know
ing Is anything, the mine la startling
iy rich in gold and silver. From a
two foot ledge some ore, it is under
stood, assayed at as much as 1 1,000
4o the ton.
Riuh Strife In Old Camp.
Recent arrivals here from the Lau
ra mine, at Steeple Rock, usually
known as the old Carlisle camp, re
Iort a rich strike on the 800 foot
level, where a large body of ruby
silver and silver glance ore was
found. The ore carries rich in gold.
The ore at the Laura, however. Is
high grade gold and silver and runs
easy 8100 to the ton. Some assays,
it is said, go 8500 to the ton.
The ore Is shipped to the Shannon
melter. At present P. Perry is
working this mne under lease; the
property being controlled by H. E.
Hpenee. who has bought an Interest
and controls other interests, in fact,
controls the principal part of the
camp, which consists of hundreds of
One shaft Is down 2S5 feet, but ore
is being mined from many shafts and
over ten tons per day are being
It Is rumored that the Clifton Gold
and Copper company has under con
sideration the advisability of at pres
ent disincorporating until such time
avs copper stocks become more active.
.At a recent meeting it was found
that a sufficient amount of stocks
had not been disposed of to further
develop the mines and as expenses
have heretofore been otherwise met
President B. Shannon, Vice President
Hill and Director Roeecrans deemed
it best to resign for the present.
There are, however, some exoeedlng
&f good mines In this collection, no
tably the Oregon, from which re
cent specimens bearing large streaks
or copper ihave been taken.
To 'Check a cold quickly, get from
your dcugglst some little Candy Cold
Tablets called Pre ven tics. Druggists
everywhere are now dispensing Pra--ventlea.
for thev are not only safe,
out aeciaeaiy certain ana prompt
Pieventlcs contain no Quinine, no
laxative, nothing harsh nor sickening.
Taken at the "sneese stage" Preven-
tics will prevent Pneumonia, Bron
chitis, La Grippe, etc Hence the
name. Prevention Good for feverish
children. 4 8 Preventlcs 26 cents.
Trial boxes 6 cents. Sold by all
HUNTER BADLY HURT
BY EXPLODING GUN
Weapon Klcw Up as He Mrnd at a
wild 'turkey, j4ucratii)K Man's
Head and Shoulders.
Prescott, Arli.. Oct. 17. Tester
lay afternoon Dr. Mouthworth, Joe
Archambeau and Dan Genung, all of
this city, were hunting at a point
about twenty-two miles southeast of
"Williams. Here they found wild
turkeys. Archambeau and South-
worth had each killed a turkey, when
Genung raised his rifle, fired and the
run exploded. (His right hand was
badly lacerated, chunks of tleeh were
torn from it; the little finger of the
left hand was taken off at the sec
ond Joint and a piece of the flying
jun barrel peeled the skin from one
or his eyelids. He had a narrow es
cape from Instant death. An artery
In his hand was severed. Joe Arch
ambeau tore on his own shirt and
bandaged up the wounds. He tied
a. rock above the bleeding artery to
mivp the flow of blood.
DUTCH GIRL IS MOTH
Then Sailed Over
Ocean to Meet Her
New York. Oct. 17. To keen a
promise he had made while playing
In the fields of Ktnderdyk, Holland,
Lawrence Van Haaften married
Minna (Maussert, yet the huaband was
not present at his own wedding, he
being in this country and she in
their childhood home.
But married they were Oct. S and
two days later the bride Hailed for
this country on the steamship Nlew
Amsterdam, which arrived yester
.Mrs. van Haaften is a little wo
man about 22 years old. She was
timid and retiring on the boat and
was often seen on the deck forward,
her eyes riveted on the distant horl
son in the direction where she
knew her husband must be.
four weeks ago the husband sent
a glove to his father, Marcus, as a
sign that the father should act as
proxy for the son, Oct. 3, the day
the marriage ceremony was performed.
A cable message was sent to the
absent bridegroom asking If he took
Minna Maussert to be his lawful
wife," and the one word "yes" came
back during the ceremony.
This was not a requirement or tne
Dutch law, but It gave a romantic
side to the affair.
The husband's father presided at
a wedding breakfast served in the
bride's house in Kfnderdyk.
When the couple met at the pier
they laughed and cried and then re
versed the order, so happy were they.
Van Haaften Is a mechanical en
gineer. He "was at work at Sault
Ste. Marie, Canada, but will now go
to Kew 'Mexico and start In busi
ness for himself.
He comes of a family of rutcn
engineers who have made millions
building bridges and dykes in Hol
land. His grandfather built many
years ago a bridge over the Mass
river between Rotterdam and Dor
drecht which at that time was con
sidered the greatest bridge In Hol
If real coffee disturbs your stom
ach, your Heart or Kidneys, then try
this clever coffee imitation ur.
Shoop's Health Coffee. Dr. Snoop
has closely matched old Java and
Mocha Coffee In flavor and taste,
yet it has not a single grain of real
coffee In It. Dr. Shoop's Health Cof
fee Imitation is made from pure
toasted grains or cereals, with Malt,
Nuts, etc. Made in one minute, rto
tedious long wait. You will surely
like It. Get a free sample at our
store. C. N. Brlgham.
NEW SMELTER FOR
SILYKH CITY SOON.
Brockman Interests at Flcrro are
Figuring on Knvtlon of a
Silver City, N. iM., Oct. 17. There
Is a rumor that the Brockman In
terests at Fierro will in the near fu
ture commence the erection of a
large smelter at this point for the
treatment of the large deposits of
copper ore at Union Hill and in their
numerous other mining properties in
Afflicted With Sore Eyes for 33 Years
l have been artuctea witn sore eyes
for thirty-three years. Thirteen years
ago I became totally blind and was
blind for six years. My eyes were
badly Inflamed. One of my neigh
berlaln's Salve and gave me half a
box of It. To my surprloe It healed
my eyes and my sight came pack.
bors Inflated upon my trying Cham
P. C. Earls, Cynthlana, Ky. Cham
berlain's Salve Is for sale by all drug'
NEW GENERAL SECRETARY
FOR DOUGLAS Y. M. C. A.
1860 PIONKKR 1EI)
AT YUMA, ARIZONA.
lie Was Active In Mining Pursuits
And Has Worked all Over tiie
Southern Arizona Kldda.
Yuma, Arls., Oct. 17. Henry R.
wlft, 80 years of age, a pioneer of
the Yuma section. Is dead here. He
was active In mining pursuits and
was superintendent of the Cargo
tMuchacho mill near the Hedges
nines nearly fifteen years ago. As
far back as ltt0 he mined In the
district now known as Kofa, and
twenty years later In the Castle Dome
IUr, pndUlrDTOTpoUoorourlunc. If roe
eouib btbo from a tlioDle cold only you should
always baal. sooths, and the irritated bruo.
chlal tubes. Don't blindly suppress it with a
tupulfluf poisua. It's straa. bow t"wif thluas
Anally oom about. For twenty years Ir. Shoos
baa cotuuuitlr warned people not to lake cough
sutxturv or DrvecriDtloos eontslulns Opium.
'Chloroform, or similar poisons. And now llttls
lata though Congress says Put it on the label,
it polsous are in your Cough klixtun." Good I
Vers moud 11 Hereafter for Us tare reaaonmotliors.
and others, should insist on having Pr. Bhoop's
Couch Cur. Mo poison marks on Ir. Sbonu'i
labele and Done in the mediouie. else it must br
law be on the label. And It'snotonlf sale, but It
Is said to be br tnoseUiat known best, a truly re
snexkaule coush fwmeriy. Take no chance then.
particularly with your children, luslston having
lr. Bhoop's Cough Cure. Compere carefully the
Vt. fcuoup package with others and note ti
aine euce. ro poison marks inerei sou c
-always be on the sal sloe by den landing
lie Will Arrive There Within Two
Weeks and Will Immediately
Take CI large .
Douglas, Arli.. Oct. 17. A tele
gram was received at Douglas by
International Secretary McDIU of the
Y. M. C. A. building In which W. D.
Eastman announced that he accepts
the call extended to him to assume
the secretaryship of the Douglas
branch and that he will close up hi
business at Jnresno as speedily as po
slble and may be expected to arrive
there and asrtume the duties of of
fice in the course of the next two
Quirwy Sprains and feweUlngs Cored.
"In November. 1901. I caught cold
and had the quinsy. My throat was
swollen so I could hardly breathe. 1
applied cnamberiain s Fain Balm
and it gave me relief In a short time.
In two days I was all right." says
Mrs. L. Cousins, Otterburn. Mich,
Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is a lini
ment and Is especially valuable for
sprains and swellings. For sale by
ROYAL ARCH CI I A ITER
AT I'REStXITT, ARIZ.
Order Instituted There With Kxerl
lent lrHMtM and Itrgn Nuni
tier of MonilxT.
Prescott, Artx., Oct. 17. A chapter
or the Hoyal Hrch has been Institut
ed In Prescott by L. K. Blumberg of
San Francisco, an organiser of the
order. The olncera elected were H.
M. Belcher, past valiant commander:
(ieorge H. St-huerman. valiant com
mander; Hen Hartwlck, lieutenant
commander: Charles Manderfelt,
treasurer; K. B. Modn, recorder.
RANDSON WOULD SH ELD
EACH OTHER IH MURDER CASE
Each Willing to Plead Guilty to Killing
Boy's Father in Order to Save
l h r h
MrH Clias. W. Chad wick.
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 17. Out of a
murder mystery of the northern
Mlchlgen pine barrens has sprung a
tragedy of human hearts, a desper
ate struggle for supremacy between
a mother's love for her only son and
a boy's tender devotion to his mother.
Chas. W. Chadwlck, well-to-do
mill owner, the father and husband
was shot down from ambush.
The boy, Eugene was arrested. He
pleaded guilty. The mother, over
whelmed, wrote a confession, exon
erating the boy, and asserting her
own guilt. Later, standing side by
side before the judge, each withdrew
the confession, and each pleaded not
"I will prove my mother Innocent
when the time comes!" cried the
Chadwlck was killed recently on a
lonely road not far from his home In
Atlanta, Mich. Suspicion fell on his
son, Eugene, 14. The marks of the
boy's shoes were found near the
scene of the crime.
An Inquest followed. Mrs. Chad
wlck was kept under surveillance as
a possible accessory. The second
night of the Inquest, when she learn
ed of the boy's danger, she demand
ed pen and Ink, and wrote a full
confession. She raid she wore the
boy's shoes. Then she tried to kill
herself, but was prevented.
"I alone am guilty," she wept.
"Let me die."
It was a pitiful statement that the
mother wrote In her afterward re
f'Oh, dear heart, I never would
have done It." she wrote, "if he had
not been so mean to me. lie has
wronged me. O so much, and only
Ooo dknows how I have suffered. It
was the only wicked thing I ever did,
me, who could not even kill a chick
en. He had killed me a thousand
"He loaded the gun for me. You
know, dear heart, 1 never could load
a gun, and If he had not done that
for me, I never could have done It."
The letter was wild, and fre
"He flew Into a rage." she went
on. "He had lost I7S down town. He
said he was ruined. I grew so afraid
so afraid, and then the wlldneas
came in my head. He said I need
not look at him. He could steal or
plunder for a living. I went over
the hills in a pair of shoes I took
from the stairs. My little feet that I
am so proud of made me able to put
my fhoes Into them, but, O God. I
thought they were his, and they
were yours, my darling. He said he
would finish breaking my heart be
fore he died. I don't know how I
got home. But I stood the gun In the
barn, went and got the ramrod and
"Dear Eugene, how you must
have loved me. Qod knew how
lonely I was, and the cruel life I
led. And darling, when I think how
many times I have put my body be
tween him and you and have taken
blows Intended for you on my head
and kicks on my body, do not won
der that I am a nervous wreck, and
that brooding alone has finished his
On one point the authorities are
satisfied: Chadwlck was murdered
by a member of his own family. The
question to be determined now Is:
"Whose hand sent a charge from
his own shotgun crashing through
his brain? Was it the son's? Or
was the wife's?
A dramatic scene occurred In
court when mother and son were er
rested. It was plain that the thought
of each was to save the other.
The woman repudiated her con
fession with the words: "I am not
guilty." There was strong empha
sis on the word "I."
Turning to the boy, the Justice
"You are charged with murdering
"I am guilty," came the muttered
"No, you did not. I can't believe
you shot him," exclaimed the
"You plead guilty to murder?"
continued the Justice, amazed.
"No, I don't. I am not guilty,"
the boy declared.
And thus the matter stands, pleas
of not guilty being entered In each
In the meantime the public prose
cutor of Montmorency county Is
working on the theory that the boy
was the principal In the crime, shoot.
Ins; his father to save his mother fur
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ANT UNSCRPASSKD FACILITIES
Mattresses made over at Chaa. L.
Kcppeler's 817-18 South. Second.
DeWltt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel
Salve Is gcod for little burns and big
burns, small scratches or bruises
and big ones. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly.
KILL the COUGH
and CURE thk LUNGS
Bk- A si Art
OLDS IfUl Bonis frss
Nothing New Under the Sun
Solomon says there is nothing new under the sun, and
Solomon is an authority. He may have done some things
that were somewhat shoddy, but it has never been satisfac
torily proven that he ever misrepresented.
Conceded, then, that he knew what he was talking about
when he made that statement, how do you account for the
queer things that bob up now and then that nobodyeyer
saw before ?
My dear Sir, they are all merely new combinations of old
things. You can't even think of a really new thing. Try
to think of a new animal. To save your soul, you can't
help thinking of legs and eyes and teeth and tails, which
are all old and well known things. Try something else.
The Albuquerque Citizen doesn't claim to have discovered
something elementally new, but they have some fellows
around the place who are mighty slick at hanging the old
things together in new and taking ways. They'd fix you
up an ad that would make even Solomon himself have some
doubts about the old proverb.
People Do Read Our Advertisements
Aren't You guilty of the Act Yourself?
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