Friday, January 7, 1910.
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Sold by Knoblauch Drug Company.
Is expected to result In operations on
a much larger scale.
The -work on the Creeper, owned by
Birchfield brothers, is showing some
wonderfully rich gold quartz.
KANSAS CITY MEX BUY
PROPERTY AT FLOURIDE.
Flouride, N. M., Jan. 7. The new year
has marked the beginning of a new
epoch for the Flourine mining district.
C. F. John and associates, Brown and
Yostes, of Kansas City, haye taken over
a property in Flouride consisting of
three groups of claims consisting of
Gold Dollar and Formation groups, all
centrally located In the 1 'online mining
At present 15 men are employed deep
ening the shaft and as soon as suffi
cient depth has been reached 50 more
men -will be added to the force. The
ore is a selffluxing easily reduced ore.
carrying telurides of gold and silver
averaging $S0 to ?S5 per ton. By Feb
ruary a 60 ton smelter will be under
way and development work is being
pushed as rapidly as possible.
Mrs. Catt Says 25
rt Their Husbands
CARE OF POWDER
Us MINING- CAMPS
El Pasoan Discovers Method
to Eliminate Danger in
Iklaj. Thomas McEnlry, a mining man
of this city, has furnished the follow
dng on the care of powder In mining
"Editor El Paso Herald:
"Please publish the following In your
valuable paper In order that it may
reach not only the mining camps in our
section of the Rocky mountains, but
those In far distant climes, saving the
miners from danger and probably many
lives. I made the discovery 25 years
ago and have had no trouble with pow
"To keep powder 'soft in any clime,
zero weather or colder, put your
powder In an ordinary flour sack, then
wrap in burlap In which salt pork has
been wrapped. In the absence of such
burlap, plcklo an old blanket In strong
brine, dry without "wringing out, and
then wrap the powder as above direct
ed. It will be ready for use in 20 min
utes or 20 hours. It -will not be neces
sary to take the powder underground
for immediate use."
j authoritatively on this subject, having
spent many years in close association
and on the most intimate terms with
the miners of several continents. I lenow
him to be a man of exceptional probity
and it Is but tardy justice to recognize
this virtue. The miner, it i; true.
hopeful and sometimes confessedly too
sanguine, but these very qualities are
indispensable to his vocation.
J "This tribute applies particularly to
1 the courageous. Indefatigable prospec
tor. I nave met him on the ever frozen
tundras of Siberia and In the impene
trable jungles of tne deadly tropics. I
l have met him on the high peaks of the
Andes and on the desert lands of Death
valley- Wherever I have met him I
have found him a man of hope of cour
age, of generous Impulse.
"This prospector is above all others
the real pioneer of civilization, ante
dating the missionary and the railroad
surveyor, and his discoveries it is that
have given the life blood to modern in
dustry. "Fianlly. if you have not been suc
cessful, blame not the honest miner or
the industry because of the fact that
you have not used good business sense
nad discrimination in your mining investments."
JOHN HAYS riASUIOXD PAYS
TRIBUTE TO PROSPECTOR.
Says Hopefulness and Sangnineness of
the 3Ien Seeking Minerals Are In
A great deal of literature has been
written on the prospector, whose life of
solitude, hardship and dreams of wealth
appeal to the poet and romancer. The
latest tribute Is from John Hays Ham
riond in his recent lecture before the
T. M. C. A., in New York, as follows:
"From my experience with the miner
himself, and I claim to be able to speak
3IAXY MIXES RELOCATED
j -3.X SlVJuMXfci, i. 11.
Gold Hill's Continued Operations Cnuso
Revival of Interest In the Camp
Rich Gold Qunrtx Fonntl.
Sylvanite. N. M., Jan. 7. There was
a recent rush for open claims in this
camp, where the legal work had not
been done. Scores of saddle horses were
mounted and soon the relocators were
selling up the mountain". Som-1 va'u
able properties are said to have changed
hands in this manner.
The Gold Hill mines, of which I. Rus
sell, is manager, is -working ahead, the
drifts still being in high grade ore,
which has caused a revival of Interest
in the camp.
The expected visit of E. C. Newcomb,
of Colorado Springs, oneof the chief
owners, to Inspect th recent work done,
E TO ALL
3IARFA PEOPLE HAVE
-ILVE IX MEXICO.
Frank Whelan, superintendent and
maanger of Lluvia de Oro mine in the
Tigre district. Sonora, has returned to
the mines. The owners are a close cor
poration, composed of Marfa, Texas,
people. The development work is pro
gressing steadily and ultimately the
owners will lnstal a milling plant. The
ores are free milling gold and silver
quartz. The mine Is 2700 meters from
El Tigre mine.
Isew York's Working Wives
Think Paying Eent More
"Vital Than Darning
SEES BIG- PSOBLEM
IN THE DIFFICULTY
Park Benches a Great Help
to Marriage, IsTot Neces
sarily Unhappy Be
PROSPECTORS ARE LOCATING '
CLAIMS XEAR SIERRV- BLVXCA
John Gilcrease, jr., of Sierra Blanca,
Texas, is in the city, and reports that
Maybery & McDonald are beginning
work on their mines in the Quitman
mountains, and that a good many pros
pectors are locating mining claims.
Types That We Meet Every Day.
By Bobbie Babble '
After all the-noise and din,
Ushering the New Year in, '
By the fire Prudentia sits
In a pensive mood that fits
The first days of Nineteen-Ten.
"Now's the time," she whispers, "when
I must make a few severe
Resolutoins for New Year!
"First Resolved, that I won't be
Engaged at once to more than three.
Last year, keeping track of five
Made my head buzz like a hive.
Or. perhaps, I'd better say
I'll have just one fiance.
Bless me! That's a most severe
Resolutions for New Year!
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you your money back, what is your
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OF A DIG CITY
Twenty-five thousand wives in
New York support their hus-
Paying the rent is more im-
j portant than darning socks. ;
v There Isn't enough work in the
J home to keep a woman busy to- J
! It's a good thing for wives to
know how to help their hus-
There is a job in New York
for? every man ifhe can find it. !
There's no sense In a woman
being idle when the man can't
support the family.
J Large families for the poor
are a hardship.
Difficulties in the way of
courtship is another problem.
New York, N. Y., Jan. 7. "There are
25,000 wives in New York city who
support their husbands," declared Mrs.
Carrie Chapman Catt today to a report
er for the Evening Telegram, "and then
somo men raise the question, 'Shall the
women vote?' "
"The cry is often raised," continued
Mrs. Catt. "that the women should stay
at home and look after the children and
darn socks. This is so foolish. What
has a woman's voting got to do witn
darning socks? There is a greater prob
lem than that In this or any other large
city, and that is paying the rent.
"Men seem to think that the homes
of today are very much as they were
50 years ago. As a matter of fact,
there is a tremendous change in en
vironment and conditions. The. making
of clothes and all those other house
wifely tasks of a half century ago are
now transferred to the factory.
"There isn't enough in the home to
keep a woman busy there all the time
nowadays. So a great many of our five
millions of women wage earners are
performing almost those identical tasks
In factories and getting paid for do-
"It isn't always the husband's faint,"
Mrs. Catt went on, "that their wives are
obliged to support them. In my per
sonal experience I have known of sev
eral wives who havo been compeled to
act' as the bread winner through force
of circumstances. One whom I have in
mind now was a capable stenographer.
Her husband could not find employment
and she could. So he .stayed at home
and -took care of their four children. It
was a hardship on both of them.
"But it was better for them that the
wife did have some business knowledge
or their condition would have been
"The average man on a salary in New
York gets an income barely enough to
support his family on.' If he gets a
raise they live a Iitle better, but rarely
save any money.
"The fault for so many married men
being out of work lies in the complexity
of our city life. I am satisfied there is
a job for every man in New York if he
could but find it. Tho hard problem
here is to bring the work and the
worker together. Perhaps a state or
city bureau of exchange that would
have the confidence of the public might
in time solve this problem.
"Conditions today for men and wo
men are practically identical," Mrs. Catt
asserted. "It is just as necessary,
sometimes, and woman has exactly the
same right to work as man. There cer
tainly is no sense in a woman re
maining idle when her husband can but
half support the family.
"Women are not in the way of men,
despite the many statements to the con
trary. There Is no conflict of the sexes
in the industrial world. Each has his
and her special .occupations, both of i
which have vastly increased in the last i
SATURDAY EVENING POST "Years aeo wnmon t tim rtld srnt
PUBLISHES EL PASO STORY in men's way when thev worked cheap-
Another .1 iJaso story has the best cn Dut that sort of comnotition is nrac- '
position in the Saturday Evening Post tically done away with. Women now i
this week. It is by -Eugene Manlove demand and. for tho most nart. c-et a I
fSi 7 7 7 j J
"Second I resolve herewith
Not to flirt with Tommy Smith,
Not to hint to Billy Slow
That I'd like to see a show.
Not to mimic Polly Sage,
Not to lie about my age
Oh! They're awful these severe
Resolutions for New; Year!
"Third Resolved, that if I try
Nat to break these rules oh, nyl
I'll begin to fade away!
All alone from day to day.
For, of course.. I'd be too good
For human nature's dally food!
I must make some less severe
Resolutions for New Year!
"Well, then, rourth and last of all
(Guess I'll make this last orie -mallj!
Let me see. Because I break
Every new resolve I make,
Here's the best that can be done
Last Resolved, I won't make one
Easy, middling or severe
Resolution for New Year!"
Copyright. 1910. by the New lork
Evening Telegram (Nexv York erald
companj'). All rights reserved.
Health Grnks and
Have Evolved Sorae Stranjre aHd "Woh
derful Theorle Concerning:
2vraS.CARfciE CHAPMAN-CATT 1
young woman whose lot in life falls
among the wage earn'ng classes should
not marry. Marriage is a good thing.
Life Is more complete for the congen
ially wed. I would advise giris not to
marry for money.
"It is a great pity that the men and
women of this city have so many ob
structions to marriage. It is so diffi
cult for young women of a marriage
able age to meet men in a similar posi
tion who are suitable. It Is hard to
make acquaintances here.
"Opportunities for courting in New
York are scarce. It is another of our
problems. In the summer young folks
can sit in the parks, but on a day like
that of the big blizzard, courting would
not bo very romantic," added Mrs. Catt
i laughingly. "I do not believe that un
happy marriages are due to haste in
choosing. In fact, one of the happiest
couples I know fell in love at first
"There are two reasons for unhappi
ness: False pretenses, where both are
decei". ers. This always results in dis
aster. The other is iack of ability m
i tuitviely to discern character." t
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A Trial Package of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets Sent Free. "
Within the last 20 years there has
sprung into existence 'theories by the
score relative to the kinds of food that
human beings should eat, and should
avoid. With the tremendous increase
in nervous and stomach diseases which
are caused by the strenuous life of this
neurotic, neurasthenic age In which we
live, we are constantly having our at
tention called to some food faddist's
"new Idea" on the subject of alimenta
tion. Most prominent among these theo
rists Is the vegetarian who Insists that
meat was never Intended for the hu
man stomach, despite the fact that his
ancestors for 6000 years or more, used
it as their principal article of diet; and
the old patriarchs of Biblical History
who lived to prodigious old ages, were
. .. ... m i - . !.,r- r-f
meat eaters, ah oj. me sreut iiitnuuo v.
history have been users of meat, and
all of the most powerful and advanced
countries of today employ It extensively
in their dietaries, and their superior de
velopment and high degree of civiliza
tion are in strong and striking con
trast to the decadent and degenerato
nations of Asia and the tropics, whosa
inhabitants are vegetarians.
Another fallacy which has lately be
come a fad, is the so-called "low-pro-teid"
diet. Nowr the -foods which arc
rich in protelds are the ones which
build up nerve, brain, muscle and blcod,
so that any great reduction in the
amount of proteld used simply means
semi-starvation for the most important
centers of the system the ones on
which we depend the most to enable us
to successfully fight the hattles of life.
Those nations whose people use foods
containing but lltle proteld are never
of large frame or well-built. The Japa
nese, who have always been small of
stature, have, since adopting a more
liberal preteid diet, shown a remark
able increase in Size, vigor andgeneral
development: and It is only since Japan
became a meat-eating nation that It
has developed into a worldpower.
Still another theory lately advanced
is that sugar, pepper and salt are gas
tric irritants and irritate the mucous
membrane of the stomach, although it
is known that sugar possesses a high
caloric value, while pepper and salt
assist digestion rather than interfere
with it, as is claimed.
The no-breakfast plan, the two-meal
per day, and even the one meal daily
has been advocated, while some advise
a two or three weeks fast, during
which all food is withheld from the
stomach "to give It a rest," completely
ignoring the fact that .the system's tis
sues are being constantly torn down
and cast off, and new. material to re
build them .must be suppliedfrom the
It Is utter nonsense to concern one's
self about all these absurd and Illogi
cal theories, as life is entirely too
snort, and there are other things re
quiring our attention. Eat what you
want when you want it, and as much
as the system needs to replenish Its
waste, and then take one or two of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, and forget .'
ail about iooa raas ana stomacn irou-
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Get a box from your druggist for 50c,
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Rhodes and is called "Good Men and
"True." The author is a native of New
Mexico and has written a number of
stories In which El Paso played a
prominent part. The latest one is about
the adventures of a visitor to El Paso
in the gun toting days and a detailed
narrative of his adventures on the bor
der with a judge who is prominent, but
secretly heads a band of murderers
ZELAYA FEARS FOR 1,..FE
AND CARRIES A PISTOL.
Mexico City, Mexico, Jan. 7. Fearing
an attempt will be majde to take his
life. Jose Santos Zelaya, former presi
dent of Nicaragua, is carrying a pistol.
The police have warned Zelaya that
they have received information that
two Salvadoreans and an American are
in Mexico City and are awaiting a fa
vorable chance nfo take his life. Two
secret service men have been detailed to
man s pay.
' UrsrcK 31nrrlajrc.
"I don't believe, however, that a
GONXCtT. T05ZD !&y MT.? "WPT.l.TN'ftTOSr
CGt "THS "kXiLIE, OF liR-ilT'.A.Nir 'o." ,"HOTO aY Fos
Even in heated bedrooms a Avarm n egligce is best for the semi-invalid
whose circulation is apt to be low, and a modcjlikc garment of fine rose pink
albatross would bs most desirable. It is both lig1??&and warm, snows the new
sleeve, cut in one with the body of' the garment, the end of the sleeve being
drawn in around the wrist to insure warmth. Tho negligee is belted in loose
ly below the waist by a strip of tho heavy lace which forms the trimming.
The draped scarf, of rose pink liberty silk, adds beauty to tho model.
SON IS HELD FOR THE
MURDER OF HIS 3IOTHER
Cltampoton Sceae of a HerrlWe Crime
Matricide Does Away WItk HI
Merida, Yucatan. Jan. 7. A horrible
crime has just been committed at
Champoton, state of Campeche, where
Jose Ramos killed his mother, NIco
lasa Chable in the annual fair a.t that
place. Ramos had ben drinking hard
all day. and when the hour for the
bullfight came his mother objected to
his going, and when he refused to obey
her. she slapped him. They apparently
made up their quarrel, for they both,
went away together at nightfall, to the
place where Ramos warked. In seem
The next morning the latter went
around from house to house, asking for
his mother, in tearful voice, evidently
with the intention of dissimulating his
crime. Her body was found on the
beach with the cranium smashed in,
and signs upon the body indicated that
she had been dragged through the sand
with the apparent Intention of burying:
Ramos denies having been the au
thor of the crime, but stains upon his
clothing, and other signs which in
dicate that he had been in the sand have
given people generally the profound
crnvictlon that he Is guilty of matrl-e'Ce.
lk&' mP'tifo Ml
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CLOTHING AND BEDDING NEEDED.
Clothing, bedding, shoes or anything
that will keep the poor people warm, is
badly needed hy tho Women's Associat- '
ed Charities and the people of El Paso
are appealed to for any castoff gar- '
ments or spare bedding that they can j
give. Telephone 1645 and they will be t
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of thf oniirthntise. i
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All subscribers to Tue Herald
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scription account is made, this date
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allowing, of course, reasonable timo
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should immediately call the attention
of this office to the oversight. By
doing this when the matter is fresh in
the minds of all concerned, all further
trouble and inconvenience will ba
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