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RATTODAY, NOV. 1(1, 1B07
ALBUQUERQUE F7E2TETO UTTTZSIf.
TO 5 PER CENT SAVEI
Most of Them Are Having
Plenty of Work Despite
Olobe, Arls., Nov. 1. P. A.
Woodward, general manager of the
National Mining Exploration com
pany, which Is operating the old
Fumarole mine In the Gila moun
tains, ten mile north of Pa fiord,
state that the development work
on the property Is malting a good
showing and he la convinced that It
will prove an exceptionally rich
Ml ni lift (VniMiiiy OrjranlWNl.
Several citizens of Hagerman, X.
M., have organized a mining com
pany for the purpose of working a
group of 15 claim near Meek. In
the 4'apitan mountains of New
Sale of tiolil Mine HOMr(ol.
The Torreon Star says that reports
have reached that city of the re
ported sale In Inde, Durango, of the
Guadalupe, gold mine for $1,250,
000 cash. The Guadalupe is owned
Will Not fin's Entirely.
ISIsbee, Ariz., Nov. 16. The Shat-tuck-Arlzona
mines will not be
closed entirely according to superin
tendent Pattlaon, but a force of
men will be kept at work on Im
portant development work. At the
l)enn-Arlzona, which is owned by
the jjime Interests, the force will be
curtailed, but enough men will be
retained, to take care of the prop
erty and carry on the diamond drill
TJio WarAii District.
Illshee, Ariz., Nov. 16. Commenc
ing Nov. 17 Sunday work will be re-
Mimed in the mines of the Phelps
Dodge company. This announce
ment was made by general manager
Walter Douglas following the re
duced wages brought about by the
lowered price of copper. When the
new wages were announced, the
foremen were Instructed to tell all
their men that if they wished to do
so ihey could put In all day Sunday
as overtime, and in this way their
monthly pay check would not be re
duced very much. This is being done
by many of the men. It Is said that
the pay roll Is now as large as it
has been any time during the past
Xt IxMjjp at TombxtoiK".
Tombstone, Ariz., Nov. 16. The
recent slump in copper price has
had no effect on this camp and work
In all the mines is going along as
always. The metals mined here are
principally gold and silver and the
copper market has no effect on the
price of these metaLs.
Other Values In Oopiit-r Ore.
Wlnkelman, Ariz., Nov. 16. An
Important item in lowering the pro
duction cost of copper In this dis
trict Is the almost universal presence
of gold and silver values In the sul
phides. A recent assay from the
Two Queens gold copper mine near
Wlnkelman Is probably a fair Illus
tration of this matter. This assay
was from a test shipment of 2,044
pounds sent to El Paso, and showed
values of $32.76 gold and $3.77 silver
to the ton. The consensus of opin
ion has been that the Two Queens
would develop rich copper values at
depth, yet already the gold and sil
ver values are so high that they
should yield a good profit, even
though copper values should fall en
tirely. Will Iilow In Smelter.
Chihuahua, Hex., Nov. 16. R. J.
de Morambert, general manager of
the Knclnillas Smelting work at
Santa rtosalia, Chih.. states that he
will blow In his company's present
smelter there about December 1. He
also states that he will be ready to
blow in the new furnace of 250 tons
daily capacity by January 1. which
will give a total capacity of 350 tons
dally. The plan Is to order a second
250-ton furnace to replace the pres
ent small one.--, which will give In the
next few months a smelter of 500
tons dally capacity.
EASE AND RELIEF FROM SUFFERING
THAT IS WHAT YOU WANT.
It is astonishing what quick relief a per
son gets from just one application of Bun
sen's Catarrh Cure: it croes riaht to the seat
of the disease and gives instant relief. Bunsen's Catarrh
Cure is the most remarkable remedy in the world for Nasal
Catarrh, Catarrhal Deafness, Hay Fever & Cold in the Head.
For all such complaints Bunsen's Catarrh Cure has suc
ceeded again and again where everything else has failed.
Bunsen's Catarrh Cure leads all other catarrhal ointments
because of its purity; containing no harmful opiates or other
ingredients mat; tend only to
Hiram Hadley, formerly superin
tendent of public Instruction at San
ta Fe, who lectured here Friday at
the hall In old Albuquerque, left to
day for his Las Cruces home.
Father Tom Sherman, Catholic
Evangelist and son of General Sher
man of Civil war fame, Is the guest
Tor the week at the parish home of
Father A. Manda'larl.
It Is understood that Los Unos
Muertos, a dance club organized by
a number of the younger social set
recently, has discontinued dancing
until after the holidays.
Bishop J. B. Pltaval, of Banra Fe,
who la in the city administering the
sacrament of confirmation, is a guest
of Father A. Mandalarl at the par
sonage of the Immaculate Concep
Card Mrs. A. D. Henderson, of
South High street, has Issued Invi
tations for a card party to take
place at the Henderson residence on
next Saturday afternoon. The game
will be 600.
Luncheon After the regular
meeting of the Womans Rellf Corps,
which was held at the Red Mens'
Viall last Wednesday afternoon, Mrs.
Martha W. Mulligan, president ef
the corps, delightfully entertained
and served an elaborate luncheon.
Twenty ladles were present and all
had a very enjoyable time.
Owning Ball The Elks wfll open
the social season Wednesday evening
November 20th, with a ball which
will be held in their handsome ball
room at the club. The committee on
decorations Is already at work and
when the doors are thrown open. It
Is said, the ball room will present
one of the most artistic effects seen
in local social affairs since the Mon
tezuma ball. In addition to the local
Elks, their ladles and friends, there
will be a number of Elks from San
ti Fc. I.a: VKs ap.' other points In
this vicinity In attendance. The Elks'
ball room was formerly used as a
skatlog rlnk. Since the rink closed
the ball room has been remooelled
and repainted. It Is now the finest
in the southwest and. with the ef
fective decorations now being placed
It will greatly add to the pleasures
of the occasion. The local order of
Elks has rown in numbers and
wealth until it is one of the strong
est orders in the city. The Elks say
they will take an active part in the
H E .
ZZZ FOR SALE DY Z
J. H. O'RIELLY &ICO.
By buying Stoves, Ranges, Cooking Utensils, Enamel and Tinware, Nickel and Silverware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Builders' and Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools etc., etc., at
Tlhe Great Oosiinig' Ovit
WHITNEY COMPATS RETAIL DEPARTMENT
115 SOUTH FIRST SREET
social life of Albuquerque this win
ter and their dances will be among
the social features of the season
The dance on Wednesday night is
I the nrst of a series and in all prob
ability it will be the moat elaborate
with the exception of one which it
Is understood is being planned for
Christmas week or New Years. This
ball formally opens the new ball
room for the season. The club
rooms, which have recently been
renovated, will also be thrown open
to the balladores upon this occasion.
Phantom Party The Phantom
party given by the Misses Chapman
on Wednesday evening at the Wo
man's club, was a very delightful af
fair. The guests, seventy in num
ber, met at the Chapman home, 117
South Seventh street, and donned
their masks. From there the cou
ples seperated. the young ladies pro
ceeding to the club house in one
crowd and the youg men In another,
which mixed them up splendidly.
There were refreshments served.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
S. Stern, 1. B. Stern. S. Benjamin,
C. Denitz, D. Roxenwald. K. Mc
Donald. H. Yanow and 8. Neustadt.
Mv.3o.cmes P. Glraldi. F. Stortz, B.
H. Briggs, M. L. Stern. Misses B.
Sterne, E. Lewinson, A. Kosenwald,
J. Kosenwald, E. Wllley, B. Chap
man, J. Chapman. Messrs. H. B.
Welller, W. Jaffa. B. Jaffa, R. Jaffa,
L. Oambener, J. Staab, L. Benjamin,
J. Frledberg, J. Dreyfus, M. Frlch
man, E. Gudeman, G. Knhn, L. Man
doll, J. Msncicll. W. Weinman, S.
Roaenwall. A. Far.er K Schloss and
Dr. E. M. Chapman.
Card Part- Airs. A. Borders, West
lo.J n.vnut. ncwrli-ined at cards
on Monday afternoon. Six-handed
euchre was the game. Mrs. E. R.
Edgar won the first prize, a bronze
sti tio ei.il the gtniral j rlze, a bon
bon dish went to Mrs. Easter
day. The house decorations,
were pink and white carna
tions. Those present were Mrs.
Chamberlln, Mrs. Frank Ackermun,
Mrs. W. P. Johnson, Mrs. Samuel
Thormnn, Mrs. M. K. Wylder, Mrs.
T. S. Hubbell, Mrs. W. L. Edgar,
Mrs. W. R. Forbes, Mrs. Sol. Benja
min. Mrs. Harry Benjamin, Mrs. M.
Mandell, Mrs. J. L. Clark, Mrs, Roy
McDonald, Mrs. J. R. Farwell, Mrs.
Rife, Mrs. W. H. Hahn. Mrs. W. W.
Stronge, Mrs. Ward Anderson. Mrs.
Chas. While, Mrs. F. A. Hubbell,
Mrs. E. R. Edgar. Miss Brent. Mrs.
A i ir Hunting, Mrs. Kodei ick Stover,
Mrs. Clayton, Mrs. Beta Mansch, Mrs.
B. A. Shoup, Mrs. J. T. Mr-Laughlin,
Mrs. D. H. Cams. Mrs. Easterday,
Mrs. R. L. Hust. Mrs. Felix Lester,
Mrs. Glen Bearrup, Miss Be.-wle Bald
rldge, Miss Under. Miss Abbott, Mrs.
Sroln Miss Yrlsslri. MLs Edith
Everltt, Miss Lela Armijo. Miss Sal
ter, Mrs Kcl.iir.cress. Mrs. M. O,
Chadbourne, Mrs. C. H. Conner.
Reception Probably the most no
table event of the week, and for
some time to come for that matter,
was the reception of Mrs. William
P. Johnson, 1122 West Central ave
nue, this afternoon. The hours were
from 2:30 to 6. The affair was In
honor of Mrs. Samuel Thornvan, Mrs
Johnson's mother, who Is soon to re
turn to her home In Cleveland, O.
Mrs. Chas. F. Wade and Mrs. Ig
naclo B. Koch, recently from the
east, wives of officers of the Ameri
can lumber company were Intro
duced, Mrs. Johnson was assist
ed b Mr. W L. Strlckler. Mrs.
L. H. Chamberlln and Mrs. F.
A. Hubbell. The house decorations
were pink chrj'5"" them urns, pink
carnations, pink roses and smylax,
and the favors were minature rose
bushes bearing budding roses of
pink. Ah elaborate luncheon was
Mrs. Johnson's guest list Included
the following names: Mrs. T. S.
Hubbell, Mrs. Arno Hunlng, Mrs.
Bernard Ilfeld, Mrs. Noah Ilfeld,
Mrs. Bessie Jaffa, Mrs. A. A. Keen,
Mrs. F. H. Kent, Mrs. I. B. Koch.
Mrs. Felix Lester, Mrs. S. J. Lewin
son. Mrs. J. F. Luthy, Mrs. D. A.
Macpherson, Mrs. A. J. Maloy, Mrs.
O. N. Marron, Mrs. Roy McDonald,
Mrs. A. B. McGaffey, Mrs. O. S. Mc
Landrejts, Mrs. J. T. McLaughlin,
Mrs. Margerlte Medler, Mrs. S. Neu
stadt, Mrs. J. H. O'RIelly. Mrs. H.
P. Owen. Mrs. Frank Moore, Mrs. A.
B. MeMiHen, Mrs. Frank Ackerman,
Mss. Rupert Asplund, Mrs. Andrew
Borders. Mrs. R. W. D. Bryan, Mrs.
Summers Burkart, Mrs. O. L. Brooks,
Mrs. Clark M. Carr. Mrs. M. O.
Chadbourne, Mrs. Amado Chaves,
Mrs. W. B. Childer. Mrs. F. an
cy, Mrs. John F. Coffin, Mrs. C. H.
Conner, Mr. Otto Dleckman, Mrs.
E. W. Dobison, Mn. 3. W. Elder, Mrs.
H. B. Fergusson. Mrs. N. B. Field.
Mrs. Alfred Grunsfeld, Mrs. James
Grunsfeld. Mrs. Ivan Grunsfeld, Mrs.
A. Grunsfeld, Mrs. W. H. Hahn, Mrs.
Smith, Mrs. Wallace Hesselden, Mrs.
W. G. Hope, Mrs. W. 8. Hopewell,
Mrs. F. A. Hubbell, Mrs. J. B. Cutter.
Mrs. E. R Edgar, Mrs Charles F.
Wade. Mrs. Roy Lyon, Mrs. Hugh
Cooper, Mrs. W. J. Johnson. Mrs. E.
J. Gibson. Mrs. R. Frost, Mrs. Wood
head. Mrs. M. E. Hlckey. Mrs. E. B.
Crlsly. Mrs. Solomon Luna, Mrs.
BradMhaw, Mrs. Hodgln, Mrs. Simon
Stern, Mrs. Roderick Stover, Mrs.
Mrs. Wallace MoMillen, Mrs. W. S.
Strlckler. Mrs. L. II. Chamberlln,
Mrs. W. Y. Walton, Mrs. David
Welnmann. Mrs. J. II. Wroth, Mrs.
M. K. Wylder, Mrs. John Borradalle,
Mrs. Jaoobo Yrlsarrl, Mrs. J. F.
Pearce, Mrs. Loekwood, Mrs. L. B.
Putney, Mrs. R. L. Putney, Mrs. Ross
Merrltt, Mrs. W. P. Metcalf. Mrs. B
S. Rodey, Mrs. D. S. Rosenwald,
Mrs. Pitt Ross. Mrs. T. J. Sawyer,
Mrs. B. Spitz. Mrs. R. B. Stamm,
Mrs. I.. B. Stern, Mrs. D. A. Blttner,
Mlws Lela Armijo, Misses Lee, Lou
Lee. Entella Lewinson, Spaulding,
Abbott, Din. Salter. Francis Borders,
Helen Cowels, Anna Thomas, Maude
Custer, Mary Brent. Ethel Wylder,
CENTS PER D0X.
ALLEGED WIFE SLAYER
' FOUND ON RANCH
Las Vegas, N. M., Nov. 16. Fred
Mayez, who escaped from the coun
ty Jail at Los Lunas, Valencia coun-
iy, auuui a momn ago, wnere ne naa
been Incarcerated to await trial for
cuttlnir his wlfA's throat i u ,an, .
tured yesterday on the Hand ranch
i lios Aiamos.
City Marshal Ben Coles learned
that the badly wanted man was em
ployed on the ranch as a broncho
buster and cow puncher and Imme
diately notified the sheriff of Valen
cia county, Carlos Baca. Yesterday
the two officers drove out to the
ranch and arrested the man, who
was found to be the person wanted.
He was brought to this city and last
night was taken back by the sheriff
to answer for his crime.
Accidents will happen, but the best
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrlo Oil for such emergencies.
It subdues the pain and heals the
PLATS WILL UK FILKD
IN THE LAN O OFHCE.
Department of the Interior. U S.
Land Office, Santa Fe, N. M., Nov.
Notice is hereby given that plats
o' the following townships will be
tied in thia office on December it.
Townshln It Nnrth a ir...
Township 4 North. Range 10 east.
.n ana arier the above date, en
tries and fi'llrars will ha xk.u
the unappropriated lands In said
MANUEL R. OTERO,
A Good Liniment.
When you need a good reliable
liniment try Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. It has no superior for sprains
and swelllnirs. A nlra f
"lightened dampened with Pain
uaim is superior to a plaster for
lame back or nalns In th nr
Chest. It SlsO rllVika rhutimatln
pains and makes sleep and rest pos-
wuie. f or sale Dr all druarirlsti.
The Non-Sectarian Benevolent Am.
soclaflon will give a charity ball on
inunnsgivinf evening in the ball
room of the Elks' club. The public
is cordially Invited.
A Significant Prayer.
"May the lord help you make
Bucklen's Arnica Save known to all,"
writes J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill,
N. C. It quickly took the pain out
of a felon for me and cured it in a
wonderful short time." Best on
earth for sores, burns and wounds.
25c at all druggists.
TIIK C'IjFINI;RS combination.
The Browns and Thorntons have
Joined hands the Browns do the
cleaning and pressing, and you know
what Thornton does. Just call Thorn
ton and the Browns will do the rest
121 North Third street. 'Phone 460.
Trial Catarrh treatments are be
ing mailed out free, on request, by
Dr. .Shoop, Racine, Wis. These tests
are proving to the people without
a penny's cost the great value of
this scientific prescription known to
druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's
Catarrh Remedy. Sold by all deal
Eat your Sunday dinner at the
Jiome Restaurant. Big turkey ar-
Best remedy for morhers to use '
Kennedy s Laxative Cough Pyrup. It
taste nearly as good as maple suirrir,
it contains no opiates. Sold by J. H.
Pal Pinto Wells. Mineral Water
cures and prevents constipation. Ask
your grocer ror it.
lane pome rcliaNe ana safe dl
cettain like KODOL for I5ysp-psl:i.
KODOL Is the best remefly known
tmluy f'r heart burn. belchlnK and
a!l troubles arlsliiff from a disordered
digestion. It Ih pleasant to take
und aficu-d-- relief promptly. Sold
by J. II. O'Jtteily.
A healthy man Is a king In his own
rltflit; an unhealthy man Is an un
happy hlave. liunlock Blood Hitters
builds up sound health keeps you
Tin- Mining Camp of Colorado,
I Ian nun .NPvaiia; to IN-mer, Colo,
rmlo spriiiKH und I'ueblu in via the
Through tlie fertile San Luis Valley,
aln to tlio Sun Juan county of Colo
rado. I'or information ma to rules, train
M'rvi, uWTlptlve literature, etc.,
call oil or addn-rt
F. II. MciminE.
Aeoiit, bantu iVj, X. M,
S. K. IIOOI'Ul,
G. I. & T. A., Denver, Oofcx
U luierfvi iumI tbonld know
klxmt th wonilcrful
in AH VLL Whirling Spray
bit-ll oM ronimv
It'll. It linav
Am f fmr rtntwtat
If he em.;not mti th
H K V K l. ".'r.t no
Otlir. lint JKna atJtniD fur
HI unrated book M-tlfil. Tt
full PivrUmi)iri uul ilirctuioii i.t.
VftLttftOlp to 1.H.. M Al t L 4 O.
44 kMt 4 lirL NEW VUUk.
. account of the
NOVEMBER lOto 1607
GOOD FOR RETURN
NOVEMBER 18, 1907
No Stopovers Allowed
Wb Are Glad to Answer Questions.
T. E. Purdy
The St. Elmo
JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'.
12 0 West Railroad Avenue
IV. . PATTERSON
Livery c i Boarding Stekles
S11-S1S West Silver Avenue. Telephone B7.
ALnUQUKRQCK. NEW MEXICO.
it is real
$352 $QO $soot
soidb Wm. Chaplin
121 Central Avenum
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
tt. m. HALL, Proprimfe
Iron and Brass Casting; Ore, Coal and Lumber Can; laaft
Inp, Pulleys, Grade Ban, Babbit Mstal: Columns as J Xrosj
Fronts for Bullllnsa. - -
mapatra am animlmm aad MM MaaMmary m Baaalalty
B ronndry east aide of railroad track.
The flexible sole Red Crosi
Shoe is comfortable from
The burning and aching
:nused by stiff soles and the
(evils of thin soles aie pre
sented by the Red Cress. It
snables a woman to be on her
Feet for hours at a time with
r Zet us fit you.
121 Railroad Artnua
Wines, Brandies. Etc.
Albuquerque, R, H,