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Saturday, August 24, 1907
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WAS IN EL PASG
Grand Master of Order Called Back to
San Francisco by Death of Child
Has Lived In This Country for Years
and Is Thoroughly Amoricauized.
Woiifj Sam Ack, grand master of the
Chineso Freo Masons in America, left
El Tnso yesterday afternoon for his
homo in Oakland, Cal., bearing a great
burden of grief which ho did not bring
to El Paso with him, says tho News.
This intelligent and interesting native
of tho Celestial kingdom arrived in El
Paso tho latter i:rt of last week on
his way homo from New Orleans, where
he had bcon on an official business trip.
He had planned to spend a longer time
in this city than ho did, but after
reaching hero ho received a message
announcing the death of his baby.
Wong Sam Ack, so his friends say,
was married almost two years ago to
tho most beautiful Chineso girl in San
Francisco. A year or so lator a bright
little girl baby camo to bring sunshine
into their home. When ho kissed his
wife and baby good-byo a few weeks
ago to make the long journey to Now
Orleans, they were well and happy.
There was no indicatio'n that tho hand
i .i i i '
finiers out for tho liulit of Wiinir Siinr
Aek's life, and tho news of his baby's
death came to him in this city with an
almost unbearable shock.
All plans for tho entertainment of
tho Chinese dignitary by tho people
from his country residing in El Paso
were declared off, and a delegation of
local Chinese sadly accompanied him to
tho first train which left for the Pacific
coast after tho shocking news was re
ceived. However, the local Chineso Masons
had soino opportunity to do honor to
the national grand master of their or
der. Ho was with them at their moot
ing Saturday night, at which eight now
members were recoived into the El Paso
lodge and ho oxprossed himself as being
highly pleased with conditions among
tho Chineso Masons in this city. Tho
local lodgo now has 175 mombors and
has a nice hall at 222 South Orogon
"Chineso Masonry is rapidly gaining
ground in tho United States," said
Wong Sam Ack, "and is doing a gront
work among tho Chinoso people in this
country. Its aims are laudable, as you
know tho aims of Masonry among all
nations to be, and whenever we make a
Chinaman a Mason wo mako him a
better Chinaman and a moro desirable
citizen. We nro trying to uplift tho
Chinese citizen of the Unitfid States;
and, while wo eannot accomplish every
thing at once, wo can already plainly
see somo good results from our efforts."
Wong Sam Ack has bcon in tho Unit
ed States thirty years and has adopted
American customs. Ho wears his hair
short, dresses neatly in tho latest Amer
ican styles and has a bearing of dignity
and a faco full of forceful character.
RU i ill 1 lly Fiifv "
I'lV AiVil I Vi'll ffro- " o
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YOUR MIND IS A
Young man, your mind is a mine, but ovcry mino has to bo opened up
by tho expenditure of time, labor, and money beforo it will yield up
lt3 treasures.. Unless you pursuo a like- course by means of careful
study and persistent energy, the great possibilities of your mind will
It would bo just as foolish to enter tho business world and hopo to
'succeed without a business training, as it would bo to expect a mino to
'produco wealth for you without Its being dovelopcd.
Do not put off tho very important matter of training your mind, but
"begin at once to devclopo it so that it may in return produco for you
'a good income.
Lot us tell you what you can accomplish in our school.
The Lamson Business College
HAVE A VANADIUM MINE
Phoenix Doctors Report Rich Find in
Mino In tho Kelvin District
Drs. Plath and Foss aro stopping ton
feel at a step these days, says a Phoe
Tho cause of this exuberance is tho
discovery of vanadium on their mining
claims six miles from Kelvin. Tho
vanadium has becn'found in a big ledge
with the outcroppings eight foot wide.
Dr. Plath is up there now looking after
tho matter and investigating it.
Dr. Foss has iu his ollico now a speci
men that runs 10 per cent vanadium.
Vanadium is worth $7..r0 a pound mid
this bit of ore is worth fill cents a
M)imd without being worked. Dr. Plath
will return from Kelvin tomorrow and
will bring down somo more specimens.
While tho claims have not been thor
oughly investigated, it is said that the
largest deposit of vanadium in the
world has been' found on these claims,
and there aro ton claims on, which tho
ore appears. Already tho ownors of
the claims aro valuing tliom at $200,000.
These aro tho claims in which Mr. Sul
livan is also interested and belong to
tho local company, of which Dr. Foss is
Vnnadiuni is a raro clemunt, discov
ered in 1S110 by Sofstrem, anil is now
used in hardening steel. It is a kind of
iron analogous to e.hrouium and is boiug
mined at present in Europe on a small
scale. In fact, it is so raro that tung
sten is used in its plnco for hardening
steel, although tungsten is not as good
for the purpose as vanadium.
Making a Stab at It
"Vou'ro rather a young man to bo
loft in chargo of a drug store," said
the fussy old gentleman. "Have you
any diploma I"
"Why-or-no, sir," replied the drug
clerk, "but wo have a preparation of
our own that is just as good' Phila
Go to tho Indian Hot Springs and
tako a swim iu .ho finest lake in the
Eagles vs. Elks Sunday at 2:fl0 sharp.
Tickets at liarrott's.
Come out and see the Eagles fly off
with the Elks Sunday. Tickets at Par
Wo framo pictures. Naqnin &-Co.
Chocolates kept cool and fresh in
tho hottest weather at Van Wagcnens
Post Oflico Storo. Call and bo con
vinced. Admission 50 cents; grand stand free;
box soats 50 cents. Elks vs. Eagles
Sunday. Tiokots at liarrott's.
Reflections of a Bachelor
A'manl.can beepmo celebrated unloss
ho lfti!iiil('('orous life. ?
Thow.iy a girl wantit yopTo kiss hor
mostiitho way s,ho says .you mustn't.
It would bo n great satisfaction to bo
rich po as not to euro whether people
said you woron't.
It's queer how ninny different times
a girl has to learn to swim if there
aro men enough to teach hor. New
Go to Nicholson
Perfect Fitting Suit
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403 to 423
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UNCLE SB 11
If Lost Bullion Fakors Aro Convicted
in Donvcr, Othor Wildcat Promoters
Will Bo Froceodcd Against by Fod
oral Authorities in Colorado.
DENVER, Colo., August 1G. If tho
defendants in tho Lost Bullion Spanish
Mines company enso aro convicted tho
government building will bo a busy
placo botweon now and October. A
conviction of all or a mnjority of tho
elovon defendants would bo tho groatest
possiblo incentivo to the government of
ficers to use all possiblo vigor iu push
ing the big batch of mining fraud cases
that tho postodico inspectors nro now
investigating. On tho othor hand, if
tho Lost Bullion defendants should bo
acquitted, a largo number of new cases
would probably bo dropped.
As was stated yesterday, thcro arc
about ono hundred cases of alleged min
ing frauds now being investigated by
the postodico inspectors. J. Jl, Harri
son, tho inspector in i'harr,o of tho dis
trict, refused to give out any informa
tion in regard to any o' these eases.
"Of course, we aro loohing these mut
ters up," ho admitted this morning,
"but somo of tho enses may como to
nothing. I enn say nothing about the
cases at this time."
Harvest of Fakes Possiblo
District Attorney Earl M. Cranston
is also roticent about the government's
campaign against alleged mining frauds.
"I cannot discuss tho subject at all,"
ho said positively. "Tho only thing
that I can say is that Judge Lewis has
as yot expressed no opinion iu regard to
calling a grand jury."
In spito of tho roticonco of tho gov
ernment officials, there is no doubt that
within tho past year tho postofiico in
spectors havo been very active in prob
ing alleged mining frauds. There has
boon a regular campaign on tho part of
the government against tho supposed
fake mining schomes. Unless all indi
cations aro at fault, a harvest from
tliis work of the inspectors will bo gath
ered at a session of the federal grand
jury iu October.
Get' ticKcts at Barrett's fpr Sunday
game, Eagles vs. Elks; 2:30 p. m. sharp.
Lost on tho Desert
Three people wero lost on an Arizona
desert. But were found last night nt
tho Iris. " This is a great moving pic
ture. Seo it tonight.
I am tho man who .will, without extra
charge, go anywhere in tho city to take
ait acknowledgment, day? or n'jl rain
or'sliinoj also draw, ap.-dceds, 'releases,
mortgages and willsuit sinall cost; bug
gy always ready in front of Brown's
store. Phono 411. L. II. Brown, the
notary public. tf
American convicts break jail but aro
captured at tho Alexander tonight.
Van Wngcnon, next door to tho post
oflico, (Iocs a general painting and pa
per hanging' business. All work guaran
teed. Hal ha! ha! This is tho funniest yet.
"The Amateur Photographer." A laugh
for everybody and then some at the
Alexander for four days only.
"Do you think, wo ought to keep sum
mer boarders, Nancy?"
"Lan' sakes, Hiram! There ain't a
thing to eat in tho house. Wo'vo just
got to." St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
By Paul Thicman, Editorial Writer
Tho excuse of the Boulder firebugs is
that they wore drunk. Both
of the men who set firo to tho railroad
yards, causing tho death-dealing igni
tion of a carload of explosives, aie
described as having "borne a good rep
utation," which means that thoy wero
regarded as honest and well-monnirg
fellows. Tho shocking crime
they committed is an impressive illus
tration of tho danger of drinking.
t Alcohol is a concentrated food cle
ment and a burning stimulant.
Tho ordinary effect of indulgence in al
cohol is well known. It loos
ens tho tongue, oxcitcs hilarity and,
finally, stupefies, so that tho man who,
at a certain stage, was exalted and elo
quent, becomes a drooling swine.
But there is a psychological effect,
which is comparatively unknown.
If tho 'man who "drinks happons to
bo affected by some strong emotion, tho
alcohol powerfully intensifies tho feel
ing. Tho man who is brooding
over his enmity toward somo other per
son becomes fiendish in his hate.
Whatever tiio emotions, it is inten
sified, whipped into fury and set aflame
N. Broad Street
by alcohol. The tragedy nt
Boulder happened becnuso two men who
Wero interested in tho Colorado & South
ern strike, drank dcop and worked
themselves into a fury against the
"scabs." Finally, they swore
they'd burn the "scabs."
Anil they set fire to tho yards, with tho
direful consequences of tho cnlamitous
Ono of tho terrible incentives to
drink is tho production of "Dutch eour
age." The man who is cow
ardly and who knows his own coward
icecan bring himself to tho fighting
point on tho stimulation of alcohol.
Indeed, in days gono by, they used
to sorvo liquor to soldiers and sailors
entering battle. It was a reg
ular custom. Tho old-timo
American warships carried great quan
tities of rum. And it has been
a custom of mercy, in executing crim
inals, to give thorn heavy draughts of
liquor to braco them up to meeting
death bravely. This element
in alcohol is ono of tho mysteries.
Thp vjetim of the drug hnbjt becomes
a inisorablo coward, whilo .tho man
drunk on alcohol scorns danger,
And there js terrible menace in this
mystery. A largo proportion of
the crimes of violenco aro done by per
sons erased by alcohol. And
.ono of the most terrible features of it
is that, after the madness lias passed,
tho man who did somo terriblo thing
docs not remember what he did.
His mind is a blank on the subject
and he knows only whnt others tell
him ho did.
Ono of tho worst tragedies of tho sort
happened some years ago, in Minneap
olis. Two young men, who
wero rivals for tho affections of a
woman, met late in the night in the
billiard room of a hotel. Both
had been drinking, but they acted pleas
antly for a while, and, together with
acquaintances, played jkoI in seeming
harmony. Suddenly words
arose and a light' started and t lie rivals
clinched and fell to tho floor.
When thoy wero soparatcd ,ono was dy
ing. A rough clasp knife,
used in cleaning billiard cues, hud been
driven into his chest, sovcring the clav
iclo artery. Tho othor young
man who, undoubtedly, had seized the
knife and struck tho blow, could not
recall tho affair tho next day.
His memory was a blank.
Ho could not remember any detail of
the tragedy. strive as hard as
ho could, it was impossible for him to
recall any part of tho occurrences of
tho bloody evening beyond a certain
point- One of the mysteries
of alcohol is that a man -who is drink
ing heavily may bo in stimulated pos
session of his senses, but, suddenly, he
is no longer himself. One
drink too much will do it.
Ho may remain on his feet, nnd talk,
and act, but it is his subconsciousness
or subliminal nature that possesses him.
? Ife is' not tho same person.
Ho Is possessed by his primary
nature, and, when ho awakes, his me'm
ory reaches only to tho point of tho
transformation, and then a denso cur
tain falls. Of what ho paid, or
of what ho did,' ho has not tho slightest
knowledge. Nevertheless ho is
responsible, for deliberately ho drank
tho stuff that produced the transforma
tion. Tho young man in Min
neapolis was convicted and sent to tho
penitentiary for a crime that it will
never bo possiblo for him to remember.
His primary nature, usually in
suppression, reached out for the knifo
nnd stabbed tho rival. Ho did
it, but he could not remember, for it is
impossible for tho usual awake-a-day
nature to connect with tho primary
nature. Thoy aro strangers in
tho same body, tho same brain and tho
Tho crimo at Boulder does not appear
to have been a crimo of the total blank,
for the guilty men remember what they
did. It was a crimo of intensi
fication, in which their hatred for tho
strikebreakers, and tho railway, was in
tensified by liquor to a degree of des
peration. nd $t, j3 nn 0j
saying that tho real character of a
man is not disclosed until ho is drunk.
All human beings dissemble;
most of us live somo kind of a prc
tonso; and, truly, tho best that most of
us do is tho suppression of some part of
our natures. Most men, who
amount to anything, nro a result of
suppression and elimination, dona by
themselves upon themselves.
You think you know your friend.
In truth, your friend, ns you
know him, is what ho would havo you
think ho is. Tho human crea
ture plays a part. Ho selects,
and she selects, tho part appoaring most
good, and plays it with a skill that tho
art of tho stage can't copy.
Tho great actor and tho great actress
aro eoarso beside tho subtlp work of
tho average human crcnturo in the
infinite art of dissembling.
And tho old saying is truo that alcohol
destroys the cheat. Inflamed
by liquor, tho fino gentleman becomes
tho bra to that ho is; tho moral man be
comes tho immoral thing ho is primar
ily; tho mnn who "bears a good repu
tation" becomes a firobug and a mur
doror. "I wish to bo hung at
onco," wails tho culprit of tho Boulder
disaster. It is tho cry of his
trained nnd civilized nature.
His crimo was tho work of his real
As a fino point of law, it is' said that
while tho man is responsililo for drink
ing up to a certain point, at somo cer
tain point ho becomes irresponsible.
Not so very long ngo, in Denver,
a policeman who slow a woman wan
tonly in a drunken frenzy was convicted
despite tho fino point of law.
And tho avcrago .point of view is that
being drunk is no excuse for crimo.
Tho alcohol has revealed tho man
as ho is, and he should pay tho penalty.
Stop drinking whisky. Tho McKarfna
Threo-Day Liquor Cure. Sanitarium.
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ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
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Try one of our fancy
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1 5c per lb.
Gcnuino Sheep and Lamb always to
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square deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JAMES PITTS, Manager
Have too many and must make room for
Fall Goods which Mr. Geo. Hunt is
now in the East buying:?
White Waists and Skirts
This has been a remarkable sale, but we
still have some left
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