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Tuesday, March 29, 1910.
New Drug Cures
Fever and Ague
(From the New York Graphic).
Of all the prominent men gathered
at the medical convention last week
mone attracted more attention than
Prof. G. "W. LaTorne. whose new kar
dene treatment for chills and fever and
all forms of malaria has been so suc
cessful. "Wlille kardene is known as a blood
purifier and liver ihvigorator, its value
as a cure for malaria attacks was not
recognized until recently. Its use is
growing rapidly, not only because of
its wonderful merit but also on ac
count of its low cost- You can make a
full quart of kardene tonic by dissolv
ing one ounce of kardene and k tea
cupful of sugar in pint of alcohol
and then adding 1 pints of boiling
water. The dose Is a tablespoonful be
fore each meal and before retiring.
Kardene tonic Is doubly valuable In
the spring, when the system needs
toning up. Taken regularly for a few
weeks it will do away with that tired
feeling, restore lost energy and ambi
tion, correct deranged digestion, arouse
a torpid liver and purify and enrich the
blood, enabling it to cast out of the
system the impurities that cause sallow
nessf blotches, pimples and similar
symptoms of impure blood.
ITALIAN TO LECTURE OX
WORKS OP WATIVb- MASTERS
Flaming words of Dante, glowing
phrases of Carducci, radiant verses of
Pascoli all In the flovrti5&, Italian
tongue will resound "Wednesday night
in Casino Juarez. Ginao Galza. j-outhful
Italian poet, will lectuvc xnere on the
Immortal word musicians of his native
land, and recite illustrations as he
talks. He will lecture in Spanish, but
recite in his mother tongue.
The visiting Italian Is a young Roman
of only 27 years. He has been touring
Latin-American countries for a year
and more, lecturing to Spanish and
Palace Cafe, E. B. Thompson,
El Paso Herald Officer.
A. H. Richards. Jeweler
Jntfernati.wal Book Co.
Win. f:eller. Real Kstr.
Herald Lobby Cigar Stand.
H. I. Howell. Real. Estate,
agent Herald Bldgr.
Y. "W. C. A. Lunch and P.eit
John Bronner. Tailor.
J. F. Milner. C. E. E. M.. repre
senting hc White Sands Co.
Miss Pauline Hilpert, Drws.
Standard Home Co.
K. I. Nichols. Attorney at La--
J. E. Dutcher, Attorney at Law.
Colorado National Life Assur
ance Co., E. McMillan. Gen. Agent.
Southwestern F-ortland Cement
The Public Stenographers Co..
.rs. Jessie E. M. Howe and Miss
Ruth Williams Proprietors.
The Wax Jennlnr Co.. Xncl
aeera and Machinery merchants.
First Church of Christ, Scien
tist. Reading Rooms.
Mrs. A. P. Thompson. Mrs. "VTra.
Noble China Decorations.
Drs! Satterlee & Satterlee. Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Sattcrleo and
Dr. -Mettle Sctterlee.
Carter & Robertson. Mill. Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
Public Stenographers Co. Ruth
Mrs. J. B. Cas3 and Miss Garra.
iie Ludlow-Saylor Wire Co.
J. E. Kobertson. Mngr.
Royal Jackman, Upper Valley
Lee & Woodyard, contracting
R. E. Huthsteiner, Mechanical,
El Paso Printing Co., Herald
building, facing G. H. & S. A.
tracks and Main street.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Office
D. W. SecdlX2t. EJL, Proprietor.
Agent far Ore Shippers Assays mni
Chpmlcal Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Vpn. Bullion Work
Office and Laboratory:
Car. S&& Frcsdsco &. Ck&sakst Sta.
EL PAPO. TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
: Successors f Hushes & Critchett
A Mayers. Chemists, Metallurgist.
Asreats fr Or Shippers. '
122& San Fianclsce St. Phoa 33 1.
Wiite for Catalogue of y
"Wt loo! thi sun"
Phone Auto 1882
G$ Crwiey Co.
331 Texas Si. EI Pas. Texas
DR. Gk E. CAMERON
Reliable dentistry at reasonable price.
Office Over Guarantee Shoe Store.
Building Activity Continues
in El Paso Realty
Undoubtedly the building record for
March will show the most marked in
crease in building operations for any
one other month of this j'ear. for al
ready permits for buildings valued at
$118,000 have been issued and applica
tions for other permits are dally being
registered, in the office of the building
inspector. Monday there were five per
Santa Fe addition Z. T. White et al.
to Pedro L. Hernandez, lot 9, block E,
Santa Fe addition; consideration $200.
Aug. 25, 1905.
Sierra Blanca, Terns W. J. Briggs
et al. to H. F. Boykin, lots 11, 12, 13
and 14, hlock IS, Sierra Blanca, Texas;
consideration $100. March 19, 1910.
Southwest corner Alabama avenue
and Richmond street. Highland Park
F. M. Filler and wife to Channing W.
Hale, lots 17 and 18, block 97, Highland
Park addition; consideration $10.
March 22, 1S10.
Magnolia street, between Piedras and
Rayner streets. Garden addition R.
Moremen and wife to F. E.Ross, lots
5 and 6K block P 2, Garden subdivision
of EastEl Paso addition; consideration
$460. Sept. 29 1909.
To Mrs. Lydia B. Taylor, to build a
brick residence, 32x56x16 feet on the
south 40 feet of lots 12 to 16, block 53,
Franklin Heights addition; estimated
To Mrs. Lydia B. Taylor, to build a
brick residence, 32x56x16 feet, on the
north 40 feet of lots 12 to 16, block 53,
Franklin Heights addition; estimated
To Mrs. Louis Hammer, to change
front and build partition in store, at
204 St. Louis street; estimated coat $S0.
To Roy Bean, to build a sorpened
porch. 6x25x9 feet, in rear of residence
or. lots 8. 9. 10 and 11, block 133, East
El Paso addition: estimated cost 525.
To James I. Hewitt & Son, to build
a brick wall for a passageway next to
Crystal theater, in block 6, Mills map;
estimated cost $40.
To. Mr. and Mrs."W. L. Hamilton, 1001
California street, girl, American. March
To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Robb. 911
North Ochoa street, boy, American.
March 24, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. John W. Jackson, 208
Douglas street, boy, American. March
To Mr. and Mrs. Jesus "Vasquez, 412
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Mrs. Jett, of McMinnville,
Refused to Be Operated on
But Took Cardui Instead.
And Was Cured.
McMinnville, Tenn. "Having used
Caxdul, the "Woman's Tonic, and know
ing Its value, I can truthfully praise
it," writes Mrs. Ocie Jett, of this place.
"I don't believe I would be living
today, if It- hadn't been for Cardui
"After my baby was born, I lay in
bed for 27 days, and the doctor came
every day, but lie did -no good.
"Finally, he advised an operation, but
I would not consent, and Instead, took
five bottles of Cardui, and now I am
going about the house, doing -my work
and even do my washing.
"I can say that Cardui worked won
ders in my case. "When I commenced
to use it, I wasn't able to sit up. Now,
I am In better health than I have been
for 5 years."
Try cardui. It is a strengthening
tonic for women. It relieves pain,
tones up the nerves, builds strength.
It has been doing this for 50 years.
Have you tried it? No? Then begin
trying it today. It may be just what
you need. Tour druggist sellsit.
N. B. "Write to: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions,
and 64-page book "Home Treatment for
"Women," sent in plain wrapper, on request.
The fright is often worse
than the disease; don't lose
your head, cheerful courage
is half the battle. Rest, plain
nourishing food, out-door life
is the other half. Take the
Emulsion regularly; it's the
most strengthening and flesh
producing food-medicine in
Send 10c, name of paper and this a4 far ear
beautiful Savings Bank, and Child's Sketch
Book. Each bank contalusaGoodLuckPenny.
SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St, 2L Y.
South L.eon street, girl, Mexican. March
To Mr. and Mrs. TVebster E. Brewer,
Silver City N. M., girl, American. March
To Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Chia, 90S
South Campbell street, boy. March 17,
To Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Elliott. 1011
Mundy avenue, girl. March 4, 1910.
To-Mr. and Mrs. J. M.. Thompson, 1407
East Overland street, girl. March 23,
Licensed to Wed.
R. Pedragon and Celsa Nunez.
Jesus Hernandez and Josefina Chavez.
No. 434. Nagley & Raster, 110 North
Campbell street; gasoline Maxwell.
No. 435. C. G. Barber, 207 Mesa; seven
passenger Pope Toledo.
MOYE BUYS SITE
Gets 43 Feet Frontage on
Leon Street Adjoining
E. Moye, who ovns S7 feet frontage
on Ieon street, upon which a ware
house, has been built, has purchased 43
additional feet frontage on Leon street
from Z. T. White, giving him a front
age of 130 feet on L.eon. The price
paid for this ground was 2500, and it
is understood that Mr. Moye, who is
now in Chihuahua, will Improve the
property with a warehouse. '
CH.VXCE FOR. POSTOFFICE
MEASURE SEEJIS SLIM.
"Although congressman "W. R. Smith
is wbrking hard to secure an appro
priation of $150,000 for the purchase of
a postoffice site for El Paso," snip"
mayor Sweeney, "and l has consulted
with the committee on appropriations
several times, they do not seem inclined
to increase any appropriations this yeai
but are cutting down everything."
ELEVATORS ARRIVE FOR
XEW TOLTEC BUILDING.
The battery of elevators for the new
Toltec building has arrived ajid -will
be Installed at once by an expert ele
vator man. The new club building to
ready for the Interior woodwork p
the force of woodwork finishers will
start to work on the Interior tills week.
LAS CRUGES AND
Dr. Lyman B-. Sperry Speaks
to the Boys and. Girls
Agricultural College, r. M., March
29. Dr. Lyman B. Soerry, who is at
present engaged in the T. ir. C. A. work,
will speak three times to the students
of the college today. Two of his talks
will be to men only, one of these taking
the place of the regular general assem
bly, and the other being at the T. M.
C. A. building at 7 oclock in the even
ing, and one to girls only, being given
in the Y. "W. C. A. room at about 1:30.
LA 3IESA LOCALS.
1a Mesa, N. M., March 29. The "West
Side Literary society held Its last meet
ing at the home of Mrs. R.- S. Jackson,
with Mrs. "White as leader. Mrs. Abba
Linn will be the next hostess.
The Merry Villagers will give a ball
and supper at the La Mesa hall Tuesday
night for the benefit of the park.
Earl Stamper and A. M. Greenwood,
having purchased the butchez sTiops of
J. R. Llvesaj- and Herron Bros., will con
duct the business in the lierron snop.
Mis?es Ruth and Grace Hyland return
ed to Mesilla Park after spending a few
days visiting their parents in San
Mrs. Longnecker, of El Paso, Is a
guest of Mrs. Vlljoen.
Mrs. "Walters has returned from Cut
ter, where she has been visiting rela
tives. , A. H. Betzel, of El Paso, was here
Monday on business.
Miss Mary Cocke went to El Paso
and from there she will return to here
home In St. Louis.
Mrs. Harry Nelson, E. H. Reynolds
and "W. C. Mead are all on the sick list.
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and "Wednesday fair; colder tonight.
For New Mexico: Tonight generally
fair; colder souih portion; frost. "Wed
For west Texas: Tonight fair, colder,
freezing in the 'Panhandle. Wednesday
fair, colder in southeastern portion.
NEWS FROM PASTUIU, N. M.
Pastura, N. M.? March 29. Mas Nord
haus, vice president of the Pintada
Trading companywas over from Las
Vegas looking after his interests.
Don Jose Lucero has moved his family
back to Puerto de Luna to look after
Mrs. Fay Shipp and Miss Dorsey York
drove through the country to Santa
L. H., Cates has sold his relinquish
ment to Chas. "Williams and has re
turned to Tucumcari.
Conductor LaLonde working on the
'ballast train, was taken suddenly
and had to go to Alamogordo hospital.
He was relieved by conductor "Green.
Charles Curry, of Santa Fe, N. M.,
left for his home this morning after a
several days' visit with Charles J.
I SUFFERING WOMAH EHDS HER OWH IRF-BULUUN i Va '
1 LIFE WITH 10 PISTOL SHOTS MAKES BEPORT! iW
Mrs. .Charles A. Kaufman
Leaves Note Stating Tnat
She Cannot Bear Her Suf
"Goodby all; you will never know
what agony I am suffering. It is get
ting so the medicine does not give me
rest any more. Goodby. my darling
Chail'e and little baby. Oh, if I could
only live, but I can't live in this tor
ture. Oh, my darling husband and
baby. Oh, this is awful. "What can It
be? Everybody is so good to me."
This letter left by Mrs. Charles A.
Kaufman, 37 years old, in her home at
1107 San Antonio street. Monday after
noon, and found beside her lifeless body
by her aunt, Mrs. Sarah Colby, tells
the story of her death.
The letter was written in lead pen
cil on the back cover of a pad and was
Her body, with the head and shoul
ders propped up, was found by her aunt
when she returned to their home Mon
day afternoon about 5:30 from a visit
to friends. In the body were two bullet
wounds, one over the left nipple, and
the other a little to the center and
slightly lower, the second shot having
evidently been the fatal one. The wea
pon used was an old style 36 caliber
brass mounted, rim fire revolver, which
she had borrowed two weeks previous
OFFERS FROM WHITE DID LOOK FOR
HOTEL SITE ON EL PSSO STREET
At a meetinsr of the special hotel committee held at the chamber of
commerce yesterday, definite offers were submitted by Georjre iLoole and Z. T.
"White for the jrroand on "West San Antonio and El Pnso streets, where the
proposed hotel has been contemplated. The offer of Mr. Look vras in writ
ing, while Mr. "White's offer was verbal. Xo definite action was taken on
these offers, although It .Is understood that one of the offers was considered
Although the offers were made separately, they form one site for the hotel,
and unless an agreement can be reached it is said that the San Antonio and
El Paso proposition may be abnndoaed.
Another offer is also to be taken np by the committee, which will be pre
sented by outside Interests this week.
People In El
From Xew Mexico.
At the Zeiger:- Thomas G. Aitken,
Deming; Alfred Strum.. Demlng; Mas.
Fleischer, Hillsboro; M. M. Dunson,
At the Grand Central: F. T. Beckett,
Tucumcari; Fernando Mayorga, Tucum
cari; M. Simms, Tularosa; Mrs. Simms,
Tularosa; G. A. Snyjna. Taluna; J. E.
Weir, Monument; Lee Harlan, Telles.
At the Angelus: Rev. J. H. GIrma,
At the Sheldon: R. V. Pesquara and
At the St. Regis: M. Masea Carenas,
At the Orndorff: Carl Clausen, Bis
bee. At tha Zeiger: Mrs. "W. F. Goldberry,
At the Angelus: TV. H. Geraty, Tuc
son; R. J. SUter, Tucson; J. M. Hall
and wife, Naco.
At the Sheldon: J. B. Forinmait. Toy
ah: Mr. and Mrs. Normand, Marfa; "W.
"W. Mayer, Fort Worth: H. Marx. Fort
Worth: W. L. Rockwell, San Antonio.
At the St. Regis: W. L. Wollett, Wa
co: Mr. and Mrs. Cormand, Marfa.
At the Orndorff: W. E. Robertson,
Marfa; L. E. Cartwright, Marfa; L. W.
Roberts. Marfa; W. W. Bogel. Marfa; R.
B. Russell, Marfa; John Humphreys,
At the Grand Central: J. W. Berry
and wife, Big Springs.
From Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon: C. F. Rensch, San
At the St. Regis: Mrs. L. Wilson,
mother and sister, Los Angeles.
At the Orndorff: H. M. Sproul, Los
At the Angelus: Juan Rivera, San
At the Sheldon: Rafael L. O'Xe.-ll.
Chihuahua; Ramon F. Lujan, Chihua
hua; Lie. Juan Prieto Quemper, Chihua
hua; Jose Asunsolo, Chihuahua; S. G.
Burn, Chihuahua: J. Z Bryce-Jones,
Mexico City;- R. Bernal, Mexico City;
John T. Maury, Mexico City; J. T.
Evans, Cananea, Sonora.
At the St. Regis: J. Ameyer. Mexico
City; Rudolf Petersen, Hermosillo, Son
ora; M. F. Wilson, Hermosillo, Sonora.
At the Orndorff: Lie. Alberto Cin
cunegin and family, Durango.
At the Zeiger: Jose Asunsolo, Rafael
O'Neill, Juan Prieto Quemper, Ramon
If You Have It, Read This
Letter. Kelly & Pollard
"I was taken last August with a se
vere stomach trouble. The doctor said
It was nervous dyspepsia. I t,ook his
treatment four weeks, didn't feel any
better. I took everything I heard of.
The first day of December, 190S, I got
a box of Mi-o-na. I took them that
afternoon and the next day and haven't
had one bit of pain in ray stomach since
the 2nd of December. I took five boxes.
Feel well now. sleep good that is
something I haven't done in a number
I of years." Mrs. M. E. Maxfield, R. F.
D.. 2, Avoca. jST. x., June 9. 1909.
MI-O-NA in the form of a tablet is
the best prescription for indigestion
It relieves after dinner distress,
belching of gas, foul breath, heartburn,
etc.. In five minutes.
Tt is guaranteed by ICellv X- Pollard
to permanently cure indigestion, acute
or chronic, or any uisease of the stom
ach or money back.
MI-O-NA stomach tablets are sold by
leading druggists everywhere and by
Kelly & Pollard at 50 cents a large
The first time you use Booth's Pills
you'll be delighted with the result, 25c.
) Cure constipation.
from E. Schwartz, a tailorvin whose resi
dence she and her husband lives. She
i,aid she waited to protect herself while
her husband was away on a hunting
For years the woman had been suf
fering from tuberculosis and since the
birth of a child, four months ago, she
had suffered considerably, both from
the ravages of the white plague and
severe nervous shock.
At times she had become most de
spondent, and but a week ago remarked
to her aunt that she knew she was
going crazy, but the latter assured her
that she was not, and In order to re
lieve her mind, took her 'baby and
placed it with friends to be taken care
So intense had been the pain she
suffered that Monday she was driven
to desperation while left alone, and
ended it all. After writing the letter
she laid down on her bed, fully dressed,
and, propping up her head and shoul
ders with pillows, fired the two bul
lets into her breast that ended the tor
ture. Both bullets went through the
body and must have struck bones, for
they were found on the mattress under
tho body, flattened out.
Justice E. H. Watson, who was called
soon after the discovery of the life
Jess body, found that the deceased came
to her death by pistol shots fired with
The deceased, who was the wife of
Charles A. Kaufman, of the El Paso
Sheet Metal works, came to El Paso
two years ago from Phoenix. Ariz. No
arrangements have yet been made for
At tho Grand Central: U. Delgado and
wife, Guaymas, Sonora; Mateo Talurero,
From Xew York.
At the Sheldon: Leo Weil, E. T. Ham
ilton, C. B. Griggs, R. B. Lamb.
At tho St. Regis: Leo Weil, Edward
Haase. A. Jiberat, Ell Jacobson.
At tho Angelus: G. B. Ward;
At the Sheldon: Miss Louise Carrrico.
At the St. Regis: J. M. Dourak, H. E.
Greene, D. Mackenzie and wife, Master
Phil Mackenzie, E. C. Chambarim.
At the Orndorff: D. Mackenzie and
wife, B. G. Loos.
At tho Angelus: O. M. Williams.
From St. Louis.
At the St. Regis: T. A. Rukauff, D.
Kriegshaber, Edwin Rumsey.
At the Orndorff: John J. Burke.
From Evcrr vhere.
At the Sheldon: 3. Ferguson,
Schenectady, N. Y.; E. J. Ivetcham. In
dianapolis, Ind.; D. L Levitt. Boston,
Mass.; W. D. Crouch, Racine. Wis.; J.
Walker Goodwin. Philadelphia. Pa.; J.
C. Massey, Kansas City, Mo.; F. S. Pe
tershagen, Jefferson City, Mo.; Earl
Mintur, Kansas City, Mo.; S. Forier,
Washington, D. C; C. H. Leach and
wife, McHenry, X. D.; M. S. Loury, Mil
waukee, Wis.; Mrs. M. S. Loury, Mil
At the St. Regis: Mrs. S. M. Vanclair,
Philadelphia: C. P. Vanclair, Philadel
phia; E. P. Dodge, Trinidad; Mrs. GH.
Hagton, Denver; J. W. Carence, Kansas
City, Mo.; W. A. Maurer and wife, Coun
cil Bluffs, la.; Nathaniel Grant and
wife, Kansas City, Mo.; Charles Johns,
Kansas City, Mo.; J. R. Jewett, Denver,
Colo.; R. McM. Coif el t, Boston, Mass.;
Dr. J. E. Roberts, Philadelphia, Pa.;
Mrs. E. A. Beattj-, Boston, Mass.; Miss
H. E. Godchalk, Bethleham, Pa.
At the Orndorff: A. G. Galley, Den
ver, Colo.; H. H. Schuster. Madison,
Wis.; Nathaniel Grant and wife. Kan
sas" City, Mo.; J. A. Lister, Lebanon,
Tenn.; Fred Lister, Lebanon, Tenn.
At the Zeiger: Bert Evans, Garden
City, Kan.; G. E. Seyjnour, Kansas City,
Mo.; P. J. Tillmont, Centorville, la.; B.
H. O'Connor, Garden City, Kan.
At tho Grand Central: Allen A. Mac
Lean, Butte. Mont.; G. Snyma, Johannes
berg,' South Africa; Mrs. G. Snyma, Jo
hannesberg. South Africa; G. C. Pringle
and son. Hot Springs. Ark.; R. N. Millar,
ST. CLEMENT'S CHl'RCH
HAS ANNUAL ELECTION
The annual meeting of St. Clement's
parishwas held last night, with a large
attendance. Reports of the va-rlous
church organizations were read, and
the vestry for the ensuing year elected
as follows r .T. J. Ormsbee. senior war
den; L. H. Tucker, junior warden; H. E.
Christie. A. F. Fegan. J. M. Goggin, W.
A. Hogarth, R. P. Kyle. J. C. Ponsford,
R. H. Smith, H. B. Stevens. B. M. G.
Williams. During the evening refresh
ments were served by the women of
Five Chinamen, who have been held
in jail several months, were arraigned
before United States commissioner
George B. Oliver this morning and were
all ordered deported.
HELD TO GRAND JURY.
Miguel Sabia, charged with smuggling
five quarts of tequila was held to the
federal grand jury, when given a pre
liminary hearing before United States
commissioner George B. Oliver. His
bond was fixed at $100.
Fred C. Kollenberg, an attorney
who came here recently tron silver City,
N. M., is ill at his home, 1115 Brown
street, from typhoid fever.
The Herald has arrai-gtd to take
tvant ads by phone. Call Bell 115.
j Auto 1115 up to 2 oclock dally. Your
ad will De receiveu, uneneu promptly
and collected for ne.it day.
;nW 7,hm ATill Ts to Ee Orer-
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ated in Kelly District.
Kelly. N. M., March 29. The Tn-Bul-llon
Smelting and Development com
pany reports for the year ending Oc
tober 31, 1909, the products of its mines
in Kelly, N. M., as follows: Income
frcm ores mined and sold, $105,874;
royalties from lease $43.4 rz; ores In
transit, $20.23S; total income from
mines $159,581: other income. $816; to
tal income, $160,397; total expenses
$88,020; net income. $72,367. less expen
ditures upon development cf Kelly mine
for year charged off to income ac
count, $29,459; balance, $42,908.
The Tri-BuHion Mining company i3
drilling with the diamond drill in Its
knit claim, ancL it is believed a good
vain of copper will be encountered.
Xew Zinc Mill.
The new zinc mill, which is being
erected near the old smelter by the
Ozark Mining and Development com
pany is nearlng completion and within
the next few weeks will be in active
operation. This, will mean much to
Magdalena. and Kelly, as there will be a
large number of men employed in run
ning the new mill. The Sherman-Williams
Paint company Is the largest
stockholder in this company, and it is
thought that with this amount of capi
tal behind the concern this will be one
of the finest and largest plants In this
section of New Mexico. This is the
third mill in the Kelly mining district,
the others being the Tri-Pullion mill,
and the Mistletoe Mining and Milling
company. All of these mills will be In
active operation in the next few weeks.
To Instnl Power Plant.
The Germany company is to commence
breaking ground to instal a power plant
In a few days. The contractors on the
Germany tunnel are through with this
allotment and from indications the
chances are very favorable that the tun
nel wiH soon be driven further.
Socorro County Resources.
In a recent interview. Hon. C. T.
Brown, of Socorro, the mine owner and
engineer who was in company with
Col. W. C. Wetherill, of Denver, con
sulting engineer of the Empire Zinc
company, said: "Socorro county is
slowly but surely coming to the front
In the mining world. Its resources are
tremendous and have just been sounded.
Take for instance, the Kelly district.
It has been practically a continuous
producer for 40 years and is today pro
ducing more ore and enjoying more' ac
tivity than ever before. There are now
about 350 men actually employed in
"There is a large amount of develop
ment work in progress. New properties
are being opened up and the whole dis
trict has a very favorable outlook for
the immediate future."
WICKS SHAFT IS
DOWN 335 FEET
Work Continues on Proper
ties in Sierra County,
At the Wicks mine in Sierra county,
N. M., shaft sinking has reached a
depth of 335 feet, producing good mill
ing ore all the way down with succes
sive lenses of rich shipping ore, some
of which encountered ran nearly $300 to
The most encouraging factor in the
development of the Wicks is that there
has been a constant increase in values
in depth and especially in copper val
ues. Assays of what was considered
mill dirt from the bottom of the shaft
made recently showed 11.7 percent cop
per. "Manager Vieg of the Wicks mine is
at present in New Orleans in the inter
est of L. L. Summers and company, who
are developing the mine
Considerable activity has been going
on in the properties of the Statehood
Mining company, which took over the
Sierra Consolidated. All the machin
ery has been put into shape and the un
watering of the workings is under way.
Ag the water has covered the pump
at the 425 foot level it will be neces- j
sary to use a bucket to lift the water
out of the drifts.
TO ERECT MILL
Plant to Be Installed on Gold
Queen Property Sil-
Courtland, Ariz., March 29. As a re
sult of the burning of the mill of the
Commonwealth Mine and Milling com
pany, at Pearce. that was to treat the
ores from the Gold Queen mine at this
place, the Courtland company has de
cided to erect the first unit of a null on
its own property near the camp. A sav
ing of several dollars a ton will be made
over the most favorable charges of the
Commonwealth if the company has ite
own mill on the property. Ores of at
least $6.25 value would have to be
shipped to break even- while with a mill
near the mine all of the big bodies of
low grade ore can be worked at a
- The Copper Queen has again bonded
the Sllverton claim, located In the center
I of the Courtland district, from D. W.
J Brown and brothers. This is one of the
properties the "Queen was -working
when it stopped operations in the camp
Collin Timmons, mining engineer of
Mexico City, operating mines near
Taxco, state of Guerrero, Mexico, is at
George P. Hyde, mining engineer of
No More Greasy Dongfennta.
A lady in Greenville, S. C, recently
wrote a friend as follows: . . .
"For vears, after preparing doughnuts
with the" utmost care. I was disappointed
to see them come out 'h0dvHnS111:
some looking. However, with my first use
of Cottolene for frying them, I was de
lighted, as they were brown, crisp and
deForUmaklng doughnuts pastry light
bread and flaky biscuits I prefer Cotto
leno to any other shortening on the mcr
kPt. We even carry a pail of it on our
annual camping trips through the moua-
Cottolene is a vegetable oil cooking
fat, made by The N. K. Fairbank Com
pany, Chicago, and is much purer and
more' wholesome than lard. It is car
ried by all good grocers.
4 AMONG MINING MEN.
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Detroit, after spending a week In El
Paso and BIsbee, returned to his homa
S. W. Traylor, of New York, and of
the Traylor Engineering company, of
Allentown, Pa., and Edward W. Wai
ters, of Denver, formerly superintend
ent of the Giroux Copper company, at
Ely, Nevada, were at the Zeiger after a
trip through Arizona and left for Den
ver. I. C. Colbath, manager of El Rayo
Mining and Development company, of
Chihuahua, is at the St- Regis. The
production of the mines of El Rayo for
February was $48,000 in bulaon, and
$11,000 in concentrates, he says.
Morris R. Parker, mining engineer,
has returned from a trfp to Kansas City,
concerning the Fortuna and North Tigre
J. W. Miller, of Douglas, Ariz., who is
operating mines of silver, gold and cop
per in Sonora Is in the city from a visit
to New "Fork. He says that there Is a
general reVival of business and that an.
unusual interest is being manifested in.
mining enterprises in the southwest,
particularly on the west coast of
TRI-STATE COMPANY TAKES
OUT INCORPORTIOX PAPERS
Santa Fe. N. M., March 29. The Trl
State Telephone company, with head
quarters at Denver and Santa Fe, has
filed incorporation papers to operate In
New Mexico, Arizona and Texas. The
capitalization Is a million dollars. The
New Mexico representative Is Richard
H. Hanna, of Santa Fe. The incorpora
tors and directors are: E. B. Field. E.
B. Field, Jr., J. E. McDonald, Philip
Hamlin and R. F. Morris.
The territorial Doara .of educatioa
today granted the following certificates:
Honorary life; sister William N. Gartin.
of Taos; first grade, Mrs. W. McBride
Brown, of Lucia; S. L. Dryden, Curry;
Miss Mary Haskett. Anthony; Marvin
Holland. Reserve; Martha Savage, Gib
son; Miss Lucille Taylor, Artesia; J.
O. York, Glenwood.
ITALIAN COLONY PROMOTER.
O. Blass. an Italian-American hailing;
from Omaha, Neb.. , is in the city in In
terest of promotion of a local Italian
political club. A meetlnjfe of Ei Paso
Italians will be held Friday night-
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