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Tlrairsdav, June 2, 1910. News Of the Great Southwest
ews Of the Great Southwest
FOR BISBEE MINER
Was Injured on the Breast.
Increasing- Business at
Bisbeo. Ariz., June 2. Rube Davidson,
s miner who was injured on the breast
while at work, submitted to a skin
crafting- op?ration at the Copper Queen
hospital. Oscar Johnson, a friend, fur- j
r;shed the skin. This is the firt op- j
( ration of the kind in this district.
It 1ms been amnounced that lie EI
Pas & Southwestern will endorse the
annlication for Pullman service tehvpen
TtfsW an1 California
Miss Louisa Bailey, who has tnujfn;
school for four years in Bisbee, left for
Los Angeles, Gal.. wiere he will take
up her permanent residence. She was
presented with a gold watch "by her
Henry Bale has severed his connection
with the local police department.
Misuel Lopez Torres. Mexican consul
tit Xaco. who was in Bisbee, states that
1ie machinery and merchandise passed
i'iroufc Xaco in the ipast month has
broken the record, "and that business is
incressanjr at that port.
The children of the Christian Sunday
school will fdre their annual children's
dav program Sundsfy. They are being
& Virt 'fcaSi0n "y MeSdame3
Jones and Wallace.
:A "fl-1?0111 T" be added to there-
pairs w3nch are being made at ttie Tor-
rea meat market.
U the picnic of the Loretto academy,
heH at Le.wis Springs, 64 persons were
TITrtCiQn-f T.hQ ITYTTlT! I? WATD 1fWTTVT'l 71 Pl
bv father iMeurer and some sisters.
K. H. Acord. an employe of the Copper
Oi.een. his left for Artesia. X. M.. to
t ike a position with a mercantile firm
upt. Daniel W. Grant of the Obro
nado mine has left for the property
after a visit 'here.
Mis Margaret Hogue has left Bisbee
frr an extended trro.
Tho Cavalier club gave its semi
nriL,TIXG RETAIXTXG TTA17L
TO PROTECT Cr.IFTOX, ARIZ.
Clifton. Ariz., June 2. The Arizona
Copper company is extending the re
gaining wall along Chase creek beyond
th town. Temporary tracks have been
laul to haul the slag from the smelters
a a foundation of the work. .The creek
bed i also beirir made wider and deep
er where It enters the town. The creek
paes right through the smeJters,
-n here it iq bordered by high walls of
masonry, but It Is further up where all
the trouble has come from during high
The wnll will also be continued for
some distance In the canyon protecting
tl e tracks of the Coronado railroad.
A touch of rheumatism, or a twinge
of neuralgia, whatever the trouble is.
Chamberlain s Liniment drives away
the pain at once and cures the com
plaint quickly. First application gives
relief. Sold bv all dealers.
The biggest Pouftry Fad Mamifeciurtr
In the world. Try a bsg of his fmi.
PUBIM SCRATCH FEED
Saks Hans Lay
PURINA CHICK FEED
Stvts lafey Chteks
(Always In (sekfrboerd Sags)
FOR SALE BY
PLENTY OF IT-DRINK
EL PASO PURE MILK
There is more food value in one quart
of E! Paso Pure Milk than there Is in
on- pound, of the choicest porterhouse
steak. Ef Paso Pure Milk is pure milk.
If comes from Inspected, contented
cows, and is treated by the most scien
tific methods. Delivered to you in
sterilized airtight bottles.
El PasG Dairy Co.
Phones: 3ell 340; Auto. 1150.
Office 313 X. Oregon.
ODOM TRANSFSB CO.
I 3AGGAGE AND MOVING
ALT, KINDS OF HAULING
3e!l Phone 1054 Auto Phone 196S
109 MAIN ST.
PKONR BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will he up right away.
Careful men Reasonable price.
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
to Ellis Bid?.
110 S. Oregon
Ellis Bros. Printing Co.
STRIKE ON G. H.
! Demand Recognition of the
Union Plans Accepted
Sanderson, Tex., June 2. All section
foremen and gangs on the Del RIo
Sanderson division of the G. H., save
one, are out on a strike. The majority
are out between here and Valentine.
. The pumpers are also out at most
i places- The demands of the men strik-
ng involves but a very slight Increase
t of wages, the more important question
i involved being that of being recognized
as a union. Everything Is quiet here
and there has been no demonstration of
George Fenley has returned from a
business trip to Marathon, where he
secured the contract from the Marathon
rubber factory to gather the guayale In
C. C. Stokes, a wool buyer of Lam
pasas, Texas, Is here shipping the bal
ance of this spring's clip from the
Downie and Big Canyon ranches.
Charles Downie lost two fine mules
in an accident on Big Hill, 12 miles
northwest of here, caused by the
brake-chain breaking and a failure of
the brakes to work. The wagon ran
up on the mules and injured them so
! SS HU " taSS" aS
j jjV -;unDin
-An Qdd pellows lodse wfll be
Ized here at once by A a Murray
j deputy district grand master. He ex-
f pects to complete the organization at
Miss Maude Wood has returned from
Vn'in', whre she, has been teaching
The plans have been accepted for
the ne. 25,000 school building to be
erected here and work will commence
within the next 60 days. It will be
three stories high and will be built of
Evangelist Coleman of the Church of
Christ, is conducting a revival meeting
hre at tfte Presbyterian church.
MEOHEM AD JGUEXS&
County Seat Suit Arguments
For Hearing in El Paso.
Carrizozo, X. M., June 2. The .May
term of the district court was ad
journed this morning, the criminal
docket being disposed of and also a part
of the civil docket. A large number of
cases on the civil docket
till the next term of court.
The injunction case in the oounty
seat controversy will be argued before
law office of Hawkins and Franklin,
Judge J.. T. Hewett will appear for
Carrizozo and T. B. Catron and C. M.
Barber for Lincoln.
IVI. N. Price, of Jacarilla, who was
tried on a charge of giving perjured
testimony before the grand jury was
The following persons have been sen
tenced to the penitentiary by judge
Gllsebio Chaves, larceny of a horse,
four to five years; Pedro Salazar, lar
ceny, three to five years; Pedro Salez.
larceny, five years, sentence suspended
during good behavior; Jose Garcia, as
sault witli intent to murder, IS months
to three years: Sesario Guterries, rape,
15 to 20 years; Rafel Flores, assault with
deadly weapon, two to three 3rears;
Murdock Kelly, obtaining goods under
false pretences, two to five years; ilal
com Trapp, manslaughter, five to ten
District attorney Maj. YTm. H. H.
Tjlewellyn has returned" to La Cruces.
Clerk of the district court C. P. Downs
has returned to Alamogordo. County
interpreter O. Perea and family have re
turned to Lincoln.
irrs. Geo. "W. Hall Is back from an
extended visit to Douglas, Ariz.
The Dramatic club will hold a meet
ing Saturday night at the home of Miss
Nettle Lee to arrange-for the presen
tation of a musical comedy to be given
by home talent.
RANCH NEAR SAFFORD IS
A HOT WEATHER RETREAT
Government Nursery Has 200,000 Pine
Scedlinjcs: Sahuara Club Closing for
Summer; Plans Improvement.
Safford. Ariz., June 2. Cluffs ranch
I? a popular retreat, numerous parties?
going out for vacations. The lake is j
fine for swimming and boating and a
gasoline. launch has been placed on it.
A large crowd is preparing to spend the
weekend at the ranch.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Florence
Austin ras held at the Layton church
here today, having been brought here
from California, -where she had gone a
short time before from her home at
E-ouglas. Bishop Welker and others
spoke at the service. Interment was
made in the Union cemeterj'.
Misses Angia and Margaret Hobinson
and Luck Purdum and E. TT. Clayton,
Harold G-reen and H. M. Foster, visited
Camp Inception, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. II. BIrdno. The trip was
made on horse back. The Birdnos are
located in the government house at the
ranger station where 200,000 pine seed
lings have been planted. This is the
largost government nursery in the
Grcok national forest and is located 14
miles from town" at an elevation of 7500
The Sahuara club will close its ninth
club year with a picnic at Cluffs
Thursday. The past year's work has
been the study of the history of Nor
way, Sweden and Holland. The mat
ter of seats for the city park is still
under consideration. Plans are material
izing for the reading room and public
library but no actual work will be be
gun until fall when all the members
will have returned from their summer
W. D. Johnson, a pioneer of the val
ley, is very low at his home in Thatcher.
He has been ill more than a j-ear.
Grand chief Nellie Olney of the
Pythian Sisters of Arizona is soon to
instal a lodge of that order in this
jlace. The Knights of Pythias, of which
this Is an auxiliary, has installed a
A Skin of Beauty is ace? -rsrovsr.
""iU il ! - H B B mi,. ,-ffJ 9 mu mm ma i mi Mil
T. Felix Gouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Baautifler.
Removes Tan, Pimples,
Freckles, iloth Patches,
Bash, nd him Diseases,
ana every Diemisn
on beauty, and de
fies detection. It
has stood the test
o C2 years, and
Is so harmless isre
taste It tobesureit
Is properly maae.
Accept no counter
feit of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Sajre 6ald to a
lady of the haut
ton (a patient):
"As you laaier
will use them,
'GoHraud's Cream' as the least harmful of all the
Ekia preparation"!." For sale br all druggists and Fancy
ds Dealers In the United Stases, Canada 3aa Jurop-o.
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hSjirafc 37 Great Jones !&eHwfak 1
confronting anyone in need of a laxa
tive Is not a question of a single ac- i
tion only, but of permanently bene- !
ficial effects, which, will follow proper
efforts to lire in a healthful way, with
the assistance of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna, whenever it is re
quired, as itv cleanses the system
gently yet promptly, without irritation
and will therefore always nave the
preference of all who wish the best of
The combination has the approval
of physicians because it is known to
be truly beneficial, and because it has
given satisfaction to the millions of
well-informed families who have used
It for many years past
To get its beneficial effects, always
buy the genuine manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co. only.
Del Rio Negro Rescues Two
Mexican Women Prom
Den Rio, Tex., June 2. Del Rio has a
candidate for a Carnegie hero medal in
the person of an old negro.
Tiwo Mexican laborers who were deep
ening a well pit used dynamite to break
up some of the hard, earth encountered
and the action of the explosive created a !
quantity of deadly gas in the well. The i
Mexican who iwas at work in the pit was I
overcome J the gas. An old negro and i
the other Mexican were at work above, j
J he negro lowered the Mexican into tine
well and gave him extra rbpe to tie to
the unconscious companion. The man
roecame confused and tied the rope which
had lowered him into the pit about the
other's body and at once collapsed.
With the heln of two Mexican women
the negro pulled the unconscious man to t
the top and immediately volunteered to
go below for the other unfortunate. He
was lowered a sihort distance and be
came choked and had to be brought to
the top. A flame was then lowered, into
i the jpit in an attempt to creat a draught
i j ..I- j.3 -i
ana xsie negro msisieu on going aown
again. He was once more lowered into .
the pit and withstood the ijas long ,
i Zh S01 hls 1 to the sur- j
Artificial respiration was practiced on J
the -Mexican tor a considerable time be
fore the chances for his living were fa
vorable. All three men are now out of
danger, due to the heroism of the aged
VI,PIXE .F"-T70'r FOn.F1! l
AND HELPERS QUIT WORK
Maintenance " of W ay Employe Vsk
Recosrniyoti of I nfon: P. W. Kelley
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ATnlno T1-- Tuna T'Vu-k c?-ist-m J
foremen, pumpers and bridge gangs on
the G. H. are striking as a result of the
refusal of the railway company to
recognize their union. H. M. McCul
lough, section foreman at Alpine, struck
with the remainder and was notified to
move out of the section house. He
v-ill probably leave Alpine. The
mmper also struck.
P. W. Kenney is ill and the members
'f the Knights of Pythias lodge of this
place are sitting up and caring for him.
He Is also a member of the Woodmen
of the World.
M. S. Burke has returned from San
Antonio, where he went to have an
operation performed, and lias again re
"' ""d his work as deputy county
V H. Terry has purchased 75 head of
cattle from A. M. Turney.
J. H. Benson has purchased about 200
head of cattle from the Pulllnms, near
CROPS RIPE XEWS NOTES.
Solomonville. Ariz., June 2. The
wheat and barley crops are ripe and the
farmers are beginning to cut the grain.
Wm. Boggs. late of Miami, Ariz., is
visiting his family. He was formerlj'
engaged In the blacksmith business
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burch are visiting
Mr. Burch's father, probate judge
Burch and his wife.
The elder daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Slxto Molino, MIcala, died at her fath
er' home east of San Jose, of tuber
culosis. Miss X.ucy Windsor, of Thatcher, has.
gone to Franklin for a visit with her
sister, Mrs. McBride.
Judge W. C. McFarland has returned
Mrs. Gertrude Anderson and daughter
have continued their journey to Flag
staff. Mrs. Anderson has been visit
ing a daughter, the wife of the Rev.
Mr. J. P. Bray, of the Methodist church.
Mrs. I. E. Solomon lias recovered from
an attack of grip.
MOXTEREY CATTIE SHIPPED
TO PAXHAXDLE COU.VTRY
Monterey, X. M., June 2. Douglas &
Smith are loading three carloads of
cattle for shipment to Panhandle, Tex.
- John Cravens, of Alto. Is visiting his
Louise Slaue and Henry "Walker of
Sunnyside, X. M., are visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Oscar Hyde.
John Darty has resigned his position
with L. E. Lumbley.
Little Howard Howell, who has been
ill, is improving.
CAXAXEA XORTHERX 3TAY
XOT SEL.I, aiEXICAX MIN'E
Bisbee. Ariz., June 2. At a meeting
of the directors of the Cananea Xorth
ern Mining company, in which several
Bisbee people are interested, no decision
was taken In regard to the sale of the
property to eastern capitalists.
Torreon, Mexico, June 2. J. D. Good
rich, former editor of the Torreon Star,
who was imprisoned last week on a
."barge of assault, has been released on
a small bond and the case will prob
ably be dismissed when it comes up for
another hearing. The plant of the Tor
reon Star which was attached for in
debtedness, is still closed and will no
doube be sold at public auction.
PORTAL.ES STORE IUR..
Portales, X. M., June 2. The coal
and grain store of Servls & Hart was
burned to the ground. The building
occupied by the firm was a frame struc
ture and it is probable that it will be
replaced with a brick building,
A. J. King, general manager of tle
-" e .u.a.yo mines ri lares ue Teras.
sonora. is at the st. Reins.
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Cincinnat i and Return
President Will Deliver Sev
eral Addresses in Four
Philadelphia, Pa, June 2. President
Taft came to Bryn Mawr today to de
liver one of a number of commencement
addresses that he is to make this
month. The president's daughter.
"Helen, is a student at Bryn Mawr.
The president is now on a four days'
trip which will take him as far west as
From Bryn Mawr the president goes
to Ada, O., where on Friday he will
speak at the commencement exercises
of Ohio Northern University. Fridaj'
evening will find Taft in Detroit,
whore he will attend the annual ban
quet of commerce and spend the night.
Saturday morning he goes to Mon
roe, Mich., to speak at the unveiling of
a monument to Gen. Custer. Saturday
evening at Jackson, Mich., he will be
present ai mo uuvemug ui. a uiuiei
-i- -ti: ii-i.
commemorating the birth of the Re
Leaving Jackson early Saturday
night, the president returns direct to
Washington, reaching there Sunday
AND GENERAL NEWS
Valentine, Tex., June 2. Mrs. J. R.
Baskin and daiurhteiFay, of Houston,
have returned from a visit to El Paso.
The' are the guests of !Mr. and Mrs. AV. i
G. II. Garlick is ill at the river ranch
of Tohn Y. Means.
Mr. and Mrs. A. . Price have re-
turned to their country home after a :
visit with their daughter. Mrs. Lester i
Smith. . S
Kay McClain, who has been visiting
his fat3ier, has returned to Sanderson.
G. W. Evans is in from tlhe EV ranch
bo visit -his son Will, irho has an attack
of tvvhoid fever.
J. M. McReynoIds and D. R. Pierce
are at the Moore ranch.
BAILEY AMENDMENT TO
RAILROAD BILL DEFEATED
Washington. D. C, June 2. By a vote
of 25 to 31, the senate refused "to chal
lenge the supreme court of the United
States to another decision regarding the
right of common carriers to transport
commodities produced 03- tihemselves.
The vote was taken upon an aimend
anent to the railroad 1ill offered by sen
ator Bailey of Texas, making it unlaw
ful for any railroad company to trans
port from one state lo another ""Any
article or commodit3' manufactured,
mined or produced by it or under its
aiutihority, or by any corporation, joint
stock eompoary, or partnership as said
railroad company holds, owns or con
trols directly or indirectly any stock or
St. Louis and Return
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SJiOPS PALLING friABR
Ayer's Hair Vigor is composed of sulphur,
cum, sage, aiconoi, water, perfume. Ask
f Promptly checks falling hair. Completely
1 13oes not; Color the
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Citv and Return K
w York and Hetum
ed Stopovers Allowed at AiS Points- Enroute
e 1st to Sept. 30th Limit
C5TY TICKET OFFICE--ST.
UAVEMBYER SAID, "TAKE
CARE OF THE BOYS"
Head of Sugrar Trust Before Death Or
dered That They Be Protected In
Fight With Government.
New York, N. Y., June 2. That the j
late Ji- u. iiavemeyer, tormer presiaent
of the American Sugar Refining com
pany, gave directions two weeks before
his death in 1S07 to "take qare of the
boys," was part of the testimony in the i
trial of three officials of the company !
cnargea wiin cuuipiwuv iu a cuiispinury i
to defraud ne government of customs
"Take care of these boys; get counsel
for them; see them through It," were
the orders Ernest W. Gerbracht said he
received from Havemeyer when he in
formed him after the first ar.rest of
checkers that the men insisted on their
"Taking care of the boys," Gerbracht
later testified, bad extended to paying
their wages from the day they left the
company's servc until the present
time. The salary of Oliver Spltzer, for
mer dock superintendent, who was par- j
doned from the Atlanta penitentiary by
president Taft, Gerbracht said, was pard .
to Mrs. Snitzer while her husband was
I . .... i
j n prison and he believed she was still
getting it. Spitzer, when on the stand
for the prosecution, testified that hlSy
salary ceased when he was locked up. 1
Berbracht was the chief witness in
his own defence. - i
DEXEEX TO APPEAR IX
THE BRIBERY IXYBSTZG ATIOX
Springfield, 111., June 2. States attor-
ney Burke Is to confer with governor
Deneen today regarding the various
charge of bribery that have been made ,'
concerning the 46th general assembly, j
The country prosecutor will give gov- I
ernor Deneen an opportunity to discuss
what he knows about the doings of the
In appearing before a grand jury the
governor would waive the privilege of
his office which exempts him from a
Washington, D. C. June 2. The sen-
ate will not enter hastily on an official 1
investigation of the bribery charges
against senator Lorimer. The commit- ;
tee on privileges and elections has no j
formal charges before it at this time ;
and the members are inclined to wair j
until something definite is filed here.
TESTIMONY AGAINST POLICE
CHIEF IS NOT STRONG
Cleveland, 0., June 2. The second day
of , the trial of chief of police Kohler, j
Cleveland's "golden rule" chief, on J
charges of immorality, intoxication and ,
insubordination, was favorable for the I
The prosecution put upon the stand
their star witnesses, a woman who wr.s
expected to -prove the more serious
charges of "lranoralitT. In substance all
the testimony she gave was that she
had once seen thief Kohler drinking
wine in a disorderly house.
C. R. Troxell and wife loft for Toyah
oil fields yesterday.
glycerin, quinin, sodium chlorid, capsi-1
vour doctor about this. Follow his advice.
destroys dandruff. An elegant dressing.
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First National Bank
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $800,000.00
Assets -..- $4,500,000.00
ALL "NATIONS" WELCOME.
Also Small and Large Accounts.
W. W. TURNEY, Chairman ' '
JOSEPH H. NATIONS JAMES G. McNARY
JOSHUA S. RAYN0LDS ' 'JOKE M. RAYN0LDS
a R. M0REHEAD, President
i JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres.
L- J. GILCHRIST, Ass't. Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
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CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITAEY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
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U. S. Steward t Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas ' E. Kohlberg B. BImnenthal
J. F. Williams J. H. Ma-
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