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DUEL TAKES PLACE
IN BISBEE ALLEY
Xegrd Susjd ended from tlie
School CHiost Scare By
BIsbee, Ariz., Jan. 11. A. regular duel,
without seconds, fought by two men in
the rear of the Copper Queen store at
tracted the attention of many people
Saturday night The two were armed
with long knives and were jumping at
each other according to the rules of
their own chivalry, -when deputy sheriff
Norton and constable jtfcRea ended the
fight by bringing the couple to the
The board of education of the local
school has suspended Eugene "Wright,
the negro boy who was recently arrest
ed on a charge of criminal assault and
who figured In a kidnaping case a few
The fact that BIsbee is considered one
of the best places In the territory for
labor is attracting a considerable num
ber of people who come here with the
Idea that they are geLng to get a posi
tion as soon as they arrive. Though the
mines around here employ a great many
men ,they cannot give work to all the
newcomers and at present there Is a
surplus of labor quite alarming.
Excitement was caused last sight in
School Hill district when Mr. and Mrs.
R, O. Jones ran out of their premises
asking help from their neighbors
against some strange noises heard In
their house. A "posse" entered the
"haunted" house and directed themselves
to Jone's kitchen, where It was found
that a small bird, whlcn unfortunately
could not find its way out of the chim-
A few minutes delay In treating some
cases of croup, even the length of time
it takes to go for a doctor often proves
dangerous. The safest way is to keep
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the
house, and at the first Indication of
croup give the child a dose. Pleasant
to take and always cures. Sold by all
Pioneer Music House
A. G. SPALDING .&
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PRICES IN EL PASO THE
SAME AS IN NEW YORK
Retail Agents for Eastman Ko
daks and Films, Premo Cameras
and Film Packs, Edison Business
Easy Payments. Catalogs Fur
nisfcejl on Application.
101-103 El Paso St.
EL PASO, TEXAS
ROUTES OF TRAVEL
Mexico Northwesters Rail
Tfcc- Rio Grande, Sierra Madre
Pacific Railroad Ce.
NEW TI3IE CARD!
NOV. 14th, 1808.
Effective this date Passenger
trains will leave our NEW STA
TION, corner Calles COMERCIO
CIUDAD JUAREZ at 1 P. H.
NUEVA CASAS GRANDES 7 P. M,
NUEVA CASAS GRANDES 12:15 P.M.
CIUDAD JUAREZ 8P.H.
Thus bringing Nueva Casas
Grandes and intermediate points sev
eral hours nearer El Paso and vice
versa, and allowing patrons oppor
tunity to transact their business
and be home next day.
HUNTING and FISHING such ai
found nowhere else on North Ameri
Write for full particulars.
H. C. FERRIS, T. R. RYAK,
Gcacral 3IjT. Traffic SHxx.
Louisville & Nash
villa EL B.
Offers the merchant the hest service
and the quickest time to Kew York and
other eastern markets.
Hew Orleans-New York Limited, an
all Pullman train, leaves New Orleans
daily 8.00 P. M.
Excellent service to Birmingham,
Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago
through sleepers to above points.
J. F. SULLIVAN,
W. I. Will I
f ney, was the cause of the terror.
The political strife for the prohibi
tion is increasing In Intensity every day.
! The saloon keepers and their adherents
are making great efforts to defeat the
"dry." These latter while fighting to
their best ability sny that a temporary
defeat would not mean much. They are
satisfied that the Idea of prohibition is
gaining ground every day and It will
soon have the approbation of the ma
jority of the people In this territory.
NEW7 MEXICO HISTORICAL
SOCIETi ELECTS OFFICERS.
Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 11. The New
Mexico Historical society has elected
the following- officers: President ex
governor Ii. Bradford Prince, of Santa
Fe; vice presidents, chief justice Wil
liam J. Mills, of Las Vegas; W. G.
Tight, of Roswell; R. E. Twitchell, of
La3 Vegas; treasurer, John JK. Stauffer,
of Santa Fe; recording secretary, Wil
liam M. Berger, of Belen; correspond
ing secretary, E. A. Johnston, and
curator, Henry Woodruff, of Santa Fe.
Mrs. Ellen Kearny Bascome, of St.
Louis, was elected an honorary member
of the society.
TEXANS PLOWING BY STEAM
BOTH DAY AND NIGHT.
Dalhart, Texas, Jan. si. R. J. Ter
williger is preparing to put in 3000
acres in broom corn, having recently
received a gasoline portable engine and
plow. The outfit furnishes its own
electric light, and when once started
up the plow will be run day and night
until the whole 3000 acres is seeded.
Mr. Terwilliger calculates to seed from
50 to 60 acres every 24 hours, and in
the event of an average crop it will
require more than 200 men to harvest it.
MONTEREY'S MAYOR TO
REVOKE LIQ.UIR LICENSES.
Monterey, Mex., Jayn. 11. Mayor
Zambreno is said to be contemplating
the removal of liquor license to the
small tandajos and corner stores
throughout the city. This will be one
of the most Important legislative moves
ever made in Monterey.
Measures are being taken for the bet
terment of Monterey's city lighting.
SANTA ROSA. LOCALS.
Santa Rosa, N. M., Jan. 11. Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Ellison entertainel C. H.
Stearns and family, H. B. Jones and
family, Mrs. R. B. Brown and Guy Doty
at their home south of the city.
Mrs. Charles Woods has gone to El
Paso, to join her husband, who is em
ployed in that city.
District attorney E. R. Wright has
returned from Santa Fe, where he spent
the past week on official business.
Martin Serrano has been appointed
road supervisor for this district for the
ensuing year by the county commission
ers. O. H. Erickson, of Fort Sumner, ds
in town on business.
The county jail is filling up rapidly
after several weeks "dull season."
Sent to Demonstrate the Merita of
Pyramid Pile Cure.
What It Has Done for Others, It Can Do
We have testimonials by the hun
dreds showing all stages, kinds-and de
grees of piles which have been cured
by Pyramid Pile Cure.
If you could read these unsolicited
letters you would no doubt go to the
nearest drug store and buy a box or
Pyramid, Pile Cure at once, price 50
We do not ask you to do this. Send
us your name and address and we will
send you a sample by mail free.
We know what the trial package
will do. In many cases it has cured
piles vrithout further treatment. If it
proves its value to you order more
from your druggist, at 50c a box. This
is fair, is it not? Simply fill out free
coupon below and mail today.
FREE PACKAGE COUPON
Fill out the T)lank lines below
with your name and address., cut out
coupon and mail to the PYRAMID
DRUG COMPANY, 190 Pyramid
Bldg., Marshall, Mich. A sample
of the great Pyramid Pile Cure
will then be sent you at once by
mail, Free, in plain wrapper.
City and State
An Inhalation for
Gaueahs. Golds Catarrh
Bocn to Asthmatics.
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remedy for diseases of the breathing orgaaa than
to take the remedy into the stomach?
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For imtatea tnroat
there nothing better
than Cresoiene joiusepuo
Send 5c in postage
for saaple bottle.
ISO Fatten Street,
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RETURN FROM VISIT TO
FIND HOUSE BURGLARIZED
More Ranchers Are Arriving at Plateau,
Texas Contracts Are Let for
Plateau, Tex., Jan. 11. -Mr. and Mrs.
T. C. Turk, upon their return from
Blooming Grove and Colorado City, dis
covered thedr home, three miles east of
this place, had been broken Into, a
trunk lock broken, and robbed of a
fine slxshooter. A flask of whisky was
taken and the piano was left open.
That was the extent of the damage
I. D. Welty of Taylor county has
shipped in his household goods, and is
expected with his family soon. He will
put 100 acres in cultivation two miles
northeast of town. .
Ernest Carter, of Abilene, has pur
chased a section of land near town and
will at once erect a cottage.
Harry Akark has let the contract to
Jno. Mann for the drilling of a well
near his residence north of town.
S. F. Herrin has just returned from
Toyah, where he spent several days re
ceiving medical treatment. He came
near losing his arm from blood poison,
caused by a bone felon.
Herbert Kindred has gone to Salado,
Tex., to resume his school duties.
H. R. RIchburg has returned from a
two weeks' visit to relatlevs in Asper
mont. J. H. Rowley, Texas & Pacific rail
road agent at Toyah, visited his family
on the ranch north of this place re
cently. J. T. Leavell left recently for a sev
eral days' visit in Van Horn.
A. C. Kendric is clearing and plow
ing preparatory to putting a larger
acreage in cultivation, next season.
San Antonio-Arizona Com
pany Strikes Some Kich
Ore in Claims.
Patagonia, Ariz., Jan. 11. The San
Antonio-Arizona Mining company, of
which Wm. Kemp of Tucson is presi
dent; T. E. Mumme of San Antonio,
Texas, vice president; E. E. Bethell,
treasurer and general manager, and F.
E. Bethell, of Patagonia, secretary, is
doing extensive work on its group of
)ne shaft is now down 80 feet and
shows a vein of lead and zinc ore two
and a half feet wide, " averaging 15
ounces silver and 10 percent lead. This
vein at the surface is 30 feet
wide and shows out-croppings for a
distance of three miles. There are sev
eral veins running parallel with this
vein, and a shaft of 20 feet deep sunk
on one of these parallel veins has un
covered an ore body three feet wide,
carrying copper, silver and lead, the
last named running as high as 66 per
cent. A little to the south of this the com
pany has sunk another shaft 110 feet
and drifted westward 35 feet uncover
ing an ore body three feet wide, show
ing rich in native silver and copper.
Assays taken from this show 186
ounces in silver and 15 percent copper.
There Is a 10 foot sump showing the
same kind of ore as in the drift.
Two hundred and eighty-five feet west
of the main workings is a shaft 60
feet deep and at the 40 foot level a drift
of 18 feet has uncovered another body
of high grade ore, and stratas of this
ore run down the main shaft. Every
discovers' hole in this property shows
ore of a dianlte and porphyry forma
tion. Development work will be con
tinued and contracts to that end are
now being let.
GOOD ORE FOUND
Properties in' the Globe,
Arizona, District Are
Globe, Ariz., Jan. 11. Hoval A. Smith,
in speaking of the Cordova, Live Oak
and Warrior properties recently, said
that the development work for this
year will prove beyond a question of
doubt the extensive ore bodies contained
in these properties. The management,
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VALLEY RANCHES ARE IN
CONDITION FOR CROPS
"Wedding at the Old Church Ysleia
People Enjoy Dance El Pasoans
Entertain at Luncheons.
Ysleta, Tex., Jan. 11. Valley farmers
are very enthusiastic over the recent
cold snap. The ground was frozen hard
and is in good condition for the coming
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Kennicott were
recent visitors to Mrs. Wuerschmidt.
Miss Birdie Symonds came down also.
Benito Rodela and Miss Bartola
Baeza were married in the quaint old
church at early mass by father Cor
dova. The attendants were: Misses
Emilia RodeSa, Adela Grijalba. Messrs.
Francisco Candelarla and Francisco
Francisco Candelaria and Francisco
Rodela gave a dance recently compli
mentary to Mr. and Mrs. Benito Ro
dela. An orchestra from El Paso and
the Ysleta orchestra played through
out the eventing. Wine and cake was
served at midnight.
Benlgno Alderette and son Abe are in
Miss Carrie Coleman and Mrs. W. D.
Landsden organized a Sunday school
Sunday afternoon In the dining hall at
Mrs. W. E. Curry and daughters went
to El Paso recently.
Miss Annie McSaln and Mrs. Cecil
Crichett were the guests of friends In
El Paso recently.
Gunther Lessing entertained at
luncheon at Valley Inn lately a number
of . aung society folk of El Paso. Those
who enjoyed Mr. Lessing's hospitality
were Misses Kathleen Myles, Nan Lack
land, Doris Frederick, Allle Heard,
Messrs. Walter Arnold -and J. B. Kil
patrick. Ballard Caldwell entertained at
i he said, during the past year, met wltn
great success, and had demonstrated
that within the next year these proper
ties would be in the class of the large
Live Oak Work.
The schist on the 300 foot level of
the Live Oak property has been found
to carry good copper value in a'.l parts
thus far opened by the development
work. Five working faces on this level
are in ore averaging 2.S percent in cop
per. One of these, a raise from a junc
tion of drifts 309 and 306, has been
driven upward over 50 feet and is still
in ore. The sump of the shaft shows
the same character of schist as do the
wrokings on the third level.
Work on the Cordova.
The Jennie shaft of the Eureka
group of the Cordova property has been
sunk 125 feet by hand drilling and
hoisting. At this depth operations
have been temporarily suspended on ac
count of the inefficiency of the wind
lass for hoisting the rock and water.
The shaft is in granite-porphyry.
The crosscut eastward on the 475
foot level of the Sullivan shaft is be
ing given a northeasterly trend at the
prese-nt distance of 340 feet from the
shaft, and will explore the north part of
the Eureka claim. A churn drill began
prospecting this property Monday.
The mining operations at the Warrior
mines continue to produce about 73
tons of chrysocolla ore from the second
and third levels for shipment to the El
Paso smelter. The average copper con
tent remains at about 10 percent, but
exploratory work has opened 11 percent
copper ore on the 300 foot level.
One of the two churn drills that have
been ordered by the Warrior has ar
rived and was put into operation re
cently. The results of the advance un
derground development work on this
property continue to be favorable.
ASBESTOS DEPOSIT IS
FOUND NEAR YUMA
Tuma county, Ariz., has for years
been known to be rich in gold and
other minerals. Recently H. B. Fish, a
prospector and resident of Tuma, found
a bed of asbestos in a locality called
Yuma Wash, which lies about half way
between Yuma and Ehrenburg, about 30
miles up the river from Yuma,
The deposit of asbestos is said to be
of Immense size. The discoverer has
crosscut it on the surface 34 feet and
has not found the side walls. It is said
that its value Is from $200 to $400 per
F. J. Fish, chief of police of Vin
cennes, Ind.. and W. A. Harbison of
Chicago, passed through El Paso re
cently to visit the property. In which
they are interested.
It is a crisp, golden-brown
food that quickly tells its own
,W) comforting story.
' The-Memory Lingers '
Ltd., Battle Creek, ilich.
luncheon at Valley Inn Sunday compli
mentary to a party from Ft. Bliss. The
entire party came down horse back and
included Misses Ouida Woolsey, Mary
Louise Kennedy and Lleuts. E. C
Desobry and A. Gutensohn.
During the recent dance. Simon Ro
dela stepped out of the hall and was
knocked down. Taken unawares, he was
hit several times before he realized
what had happened. Several men gave
chase but the assailant escaped.
ARTESIA METHODIST COLLEGE
OPEN; LIGHT PLANT SOLD.
Artesia, N. M., Jan. 11. Artesia is
now a real college seat. The Western
goods of the .L,owery-Looney company,
tlon of the Methodist church in the
southwest, Is now open.
The school has been receiving stu
dents since the first of September, but
many improvements have been made
since that time, and the parts which
were then unfinished have been com
pleted. A deal is on foot whereby the owner
ship of tne eiectrlc light plant is to be
transferred to Gayle Talbot and J. W.
Lowery, in exchange for the stock of
goods o fthe Lowery-Looney company.
This will mean the strengthening of
the light plant and the establishing of
a new clothing firm. The deal Is prac.
tically closed, although ownership has
not been transferred or possession
Joyce-Pruits will put in an under
taking department under the direction
of Frank H. Snell.
The Christians are holding a revival
conducted by evangelist Rankine, of
Australia. A number of conversions
In a football game between Artesia
and Lake Arthur, at Athletic park,
Frank Daniels had his leg broken dur
ing a tackle.
TO INCREASE FORCE
Calumet & Arizona To Have
Largest Hoist in the
Courtland, Ariz., Jan. 11. A new
gallus frame for the Germania shaft of
the Calumet & Arizona is ready to raise
which will be the largest one in the
district. The foundation for the double
drum hoist Is ready to receive the big
machine upon its arrival.
Four of the working shafts of three
of the companies have been connected
up, and it is now possible to go un
derground from the Brown shaft of the
Copper Queen through the Mary mine,
of the Great "Western, to the Germania
and April Fool shafts of the Calumet
The force of miners at the Gold
Queen property has been increased and
a tunnel started to -tap the shaft at the
100-foot level, which will be used to
take out the ore. This tunnel will be
completed by the time the mill of the
Commonwealth company at Pearce Is
ready to treat the ore. James Suther
land has been appointed superintendent
and is making a splendid showing" at
this promising gold mine. Material has
been ordered for ore bins, which will
bo constructed as soon as It arrives.
BIsbee, Ariz., Jan. 11. The Warrior
Development company Is going to start
work on its property with two star churn
drills, one of which will be put in placa
Wednesday. The other will be put at
work on the Cordova property as soon
as it arrives. This company has been
sending about 75 tons of ore daily to El
Paso for smelting. The ore carries about
10 percent copper.
El Paso Merchants to Give
Benefit of Their Eating
PerTeet protection for the El Paso
merchants tvho are members, is -what the
Business Men'a Protective association is
-working for. At the meeting: at the as
sociation's office in the City National
bank building: Monday evening: to hear
the report of the affairs of the associ
ation for the past month, it was de
cided to extend the operations of the
association to the towns snrrounding: El
Paso as far as the El Paso trade is con
cerned, in order to offer better protec
tion to the local merchants and their
The report of the business agrent, J.
G. Ingrels, which was read by secrotary
H. Y Ellis, showed that during: the past
month 357 applications for reports on
prospective creditors had been made to
the association. This is an increase OTer
any previous month in the history of the
association and shows the use that the
merchant members are making: of the
association. Almost every line of busi
ness was represented in these applica
tions for reports on the prospective cred
itors and, upon the information furnish
ed by the association, a large part of
the credit business for the past month
In order to protect the local mer
chants and also to make the association
of even greater benefit to its members,
it was decided at the meeting- last night
that information on outoftown creditors
would be gathered where possible by
the business agent for the assistance
of El Paso merchants. It was not the
intention of this extension to Interfere In
any way with the local or general cred
it organizations existing In these towns.
Another Innovation Is the compilation
of a form letter to be sent out from the
office of the association upon request of
the members urging creditors -who were
In arrears more than 60 daj's with their
accounts to settle or adjust them as soon
as possible in order to obtain a first
class rating on the books of the asso
ciation. A plan was suggested by Julius
Krakauer in a letter to the Protective
association mat was aaopiea at tne j
Monday night meeting. The suggestion
USEFULNESS OF CREDIT ASS0GEAT10N
TO fit EXTENDED TO OTHER TOWNS
TULAROSA SEWS NOTES.
Tularosa. N. M., Jan. 11. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Jette have moved here from
Mescalero, Mr. Jette being ldentifed
with the J. W. Prude Mercantile com
pany. Dr. Calloway has returned to Mes
calero. after a month's vacation in
Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Hilburn have re
turned to the Hondo, after a brief visit
with Mrs. Hilburn's father, G. W. Da
venport. J. W. Prude and son. Andrew, made
a short 'trip to Mescalero recently.
Matt Gllmore has returned to Alto,
after a short visit with his brother,
TO ORGANIZE DEMOCRATS.
Globe. Ariz.. Jan. 11. For the pur
pose of perfecting the organization of
the Democrats of Gila county and at
tending to the completion of this branch
of the territorial organization, M. G.
Burns, of Prescottjl John R. Hampton,
of Clifton, and Carl Hayden, of Phoe
nix, are expected to arrive In Globe
The three men were selected at the
meeting of the territorial central com
mittee, held in Phoenix during the fair,
for the purpose of visiting the different
parts of the territory and organizing
the members of the party.
Dalhart, Texas, Jan. 11. Thieves had
easy access to the postoffice safe at
Haydon, It having been left unlocked
by the office force. One hundred and
twenty dollars were taken, with a
quantity of stamps. Suspicion points
to local persons having committed the
EL PASOANS SELL
NEW MEXICO MINE
Colorado Buyers To Erect a
50 Ton Mill on the
A big mining deal was consummaied
in this city recently in which park com
missioner R. A. Harris and associates
sold to a mining company of Colorado
City, Colo., the Polar Star and the Web
ber mines, situated in the Black Range.
In Socorro county, X. M., a few miles
north of Fairview and about two miles
from the old camp of Phillipsberg.
These properties were acquired last
year by the El Paso people who "have
been quietly developing them and ex
posing ore bodies of trreat richness. In,
fact, the samples of gold ore taken,
-from the workings were among the
richest ever brought to this city.
Telurlde of gold Is the conspicuous
characteristic of these mines; and this
doubtless attracted the attention of the
Colorado purchasers. The vein is three
feet wide and averages $40 a ton.
The purchasers will erect a 50-ton
plant on the ground to "treat the ore
after tho pattern employed in the re
duction works at Colorado City, owned
by them; the ores to be roasted, milled
and the tailings cyanided. Work of
installing the plant is to begin at once.
The plant will be called the "Black
Range Reduction "Works," and being In
the center of the famous gold belt, will
probably do a custom work on ores
from other properties. When completed,
it is the Intention to double the capa
city as soon as possible.
Jjcst we iorjret. let's Reeir o-jr money
at home and still get tho test, Globft
was that the rating books, which are
furnished each of the members of the
association, be changed by the associ
ation each time a new rating list is sent
out. This would eliminate any danger
of old ratings being applied to credit
cases and would facilitate the work of
The Business Men's Protective asso
ciation now has a membership of 147
and is organized for the purpose of pro
tecting the merchants who are members
in their credit accounts. "Walter S. Clay
ton is president of the organization, H.
Y. Ellis, secretary and J. G. Ingels,
HELD TO GRAXD JURY.
John Murphy, who was arrested by
the olty detective as a suspicious char
acter and later turned over to the fed
eral authorities on suspicion of having
been implicated In an opium smuggling
affair, was bound over to await the ac
tion of the federal grand jury, yes
terday afternoon, by United States' com
missioner George Oliver. Murphy
waived preliminary hearing and his
bond was fixed at $200.
C. C. Howard, wife and baby, of
KIrksville, Moy are in the city, guests
of Dr. Ira WT Collins, on their way to
California to spend the balance of the
winter. Mr. Howard recently owned the
KIrksville Express, of which he was edi
tor, but he sold out.
Miss Minnie Thompson, of 1115 "Wy
oming street, is at Providence hospital,
following an operation.
Do It Now
Tomorrow A. M. too late. Take
a CASCARET at bed time; get
up in the morning feeling fine and
dandy. No need for sickness
from over-eating and drink"
ing. They surely work while you
sleep and help natee help you.
Millions take them and keep well.
CASCARETS ioc a box for a weefc's
treatment, all drarg&U. Biggest seller
- h wasld. AUUien boxes a aaoatk.
ARCHBISHOP MARRIES EL PASO
MAN TO CHICAGO GHIL.
Chicago, 111., Jan. 11. The marriage
of Miss Sadie Fitzgerald, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Fitzgerald. 3581 Pine
Grove avenue, to George Bentley Ryan,
of El Paso. Texas, was celebrated here.
The ceremony was performed by arch
bishop Quigley in his private chapel.
The bride was attended by her sister,
Miss Florence iJitzgerald, and Edward
Ryan, jr., assisted the bridegroom. At
a wedding breakfast at the family resi
dence only the family and relatives
PAXHAXDLE CAT1XE3IEX DENY
REPORTS OI STOCK SUFFERING.
Dalhart, Texas, Jan, 11. The reports
that appear with persistency from va
rious points in the lanhandle to the
effect that great hardship is ensuing
to the cattle Interests throughout the
Panhandle, following the winter weath
er of the past two months, are being
vigorously denied by cattlemen.
Santa Fe, N. IL, Jan. 11. The Santa.
Fe land office, one of five in New Mex
ico, reports for December that 33,000
acres were filed upon during that
month, 72 of the entries being original
homestead entries, 29 filings for en
larged homesteads, and 14 desert ap
plications. SCHOOL days are the days
when most of the im
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