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MEDALS AND HONOR,
MOSTLY THE MEDALS
Bob Rinehart Sees Teddy
and Also Sees Funny
Sights at Coney
Island. K. H- Einebart left for New York.
"Roogh Rider Bob" returned from New
York. And there you .are. Leaving
here In the seclusion of private citizen
sulp and as a sedate business man,
Rinehart was stung by the bug of fame
before he returned from the celebration
incident to the home coming of another
equally well known rough rider. The
Uoosevelt bug stung Bob som place be
tween Newman, N. M., and BToboken,
tndyhe has returned, a chronic sufferer
Iroia the dread disease of de-lightedltis..
Riding in the vanguard of the parade
which, was given for T. R., Rinehart re
ceived, the plaudits of the public, from
the battery to the Bronx, in the famous
parade of that historic Saturday morn
ing -when the river front dock walloper
teas shoved into the slimy depths of East
river because he Innocently asked who
this Roosevelt person was.
Hobnobbing with Richard Harding
Davis, the Abernathy boys from Okla
homa City and the moving picture men,
Rinehart rode proudly at the head of
the column, mounted on a charger
which had been borrowed for the aus-r-'rious
occasion from the city street
cleaning department, bowing and ac
knowledging the applause which he and
tts brave comrades of the First Volun
teer cavalry received, as they rode as
an escort of honor to the roughest rid
ing R. R. of them all.
"When Bob came back to tell the
folks at home about the doings, he was
covered, with honor and badges. He at
tended the luncheon given by the
Rough Riders at the Harvard club
when Col. Roosevelt told what the em
peror of Germany said to him about
bat no more. Bob Is sworn to eternal
tecrecy on that subject af the request of
his brave colonel and there will be no
breaking faith with him.
But there were other things, many
other things, which happened during
the history Saturday when Teddy came t
marching, home. Rinehart Is consider
ing -writing the story of his experiences
for the magazines and may lecture be
fore the moving picture screen on the
historic campaign of Saturdav, June IS,
1S10 A. D.
But Bob is not going to tell anybody
how long he stood out at Coney Island
in front of that device loaded with com
pressed air that blew up the skirts oi
the women who happened to step on an
innocent looking little grating; Bob
eays that's nobody's business.
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Quarantine Against Mexico
Is Eaised Street Paying
"I've been to Cincinnati and got the
money." was about all that mayor Rob
inson had to say to members of the
council just before Thursday morning's
session adjourned. The mayor returned
from Cincinnati Wednesday and. pre
sided, as usual, at the session of the
city fathers. He had sold the bonds for
opening San Antonio street.
Health officer Anderson presented his
report for the week. Dr. Anderson
"The city has been free from small
pox noTV for about 10 days; there are
no cases in the pest house and no
further necessity for further quaran
tine, now in force between El Paso and
Juarez. I therefore recommend that it
be raised tonight."
This the council ordered done. Dr.
Anderson further stated that -while the
quarantine tvos in force, the city health
department had vaccinated 4666 people
and issued 11,609 certificates. This
shows a large number unva'ceinated, a
large portion of whom are thought to
City Officers Reort.
City engineer Tpdd presented his re
port on 'improvements to Mundy avenue
and other street ends in Mundy Heights
addition, also the final estimates for
work on Mundy avenue and Putnam
streets. Action on the report was de
ferred until the next meeting.
City electrician Samworth submitted
his report, which showed a total of
$411.S0 collected. Plumbing inspector
Moloney's report showed 185 inspections
made? with collections of $128, whicU'
have been turned Into the city treas
ury. Sewer inspector Hadlock also sub
mitted a report, embracing only a few
minor cases of inspection and repairs.
Alderman Clayton stated that every
thing was ready for the paving of Ma
goffin avenue, near Cotton avenue
crossing; that arrangements had been
completed with the railroad company
and nothing was to hinder the work
going right ahead. This iill be done.
Various vouchers for accounts, bills,
etc, also the weekly and monthly pay
rolls of the city were ordered paid.
Alderman Hewitt on the petition of
the Modem Brotherhood of America,
who asked for the use of the East EI
Paso fire hall as a meeting place, rec
ommended that it be denied. Granted.
iue ininrance .Redaction. f
A communication was read from ex
mayor J. U. Sweeney, giving an account
of his trip to Austin with senator Huds
peth in connection with their appear
ance before the Texas fire rating board
to obtain a reduction in insurance rates,
schedule and key rates. He stated that
from developments, their mission had
been a decided success. He met mayor
Robinson in Austin and together they
took the El .Paso street opening bonds
to the attorney general for registration.
"'A 25 percent insurance reduction -was
obtained," said mayor RoBinson. "I
think it would be no more than proper
to extend Mr. Sweeney a vote of thanks
for his work, and senator Hudspeth al
so. Both men worked hard and faith
fully." "Yes. From what I hear, the El Paso
delegation just about saved the state,"
said alderman McGhee. He moved that
(he vote of thanks be extended and the
motion was unanimously carried.
Work Stops on Residence.
A communication was read from Mar
cus Samuels, who is erecting a $6000
tno story brick residence, asking that
the building inspector -for once disre
gard the rule, that' all foyers be seven
feet wide. He is building one five feet
wide and work was t slopped until the
matter could be threshed out. The
communication stated that it would be
a great inconvenience to change the
foyer now. The matter vras referred to
alderman Heuitt with power to set
Harry & Co. requested permission to
place an iron post in front of their
store, 422 San Antonio street; Selby
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Information, telling all about the kid
neys. "When writing be sure and men
tion the El Paso Daily Herald.
Decorating company, to erect an elec
tric sign in front of the Palace of
Sweets on North Oregon street; the St.
Regis hotel to erect an electric sign.
They were all referred to" the proper
committee. A. S. Geissinger, J. M. Phil
lips and I. Snider wanted hawkers'
licenses, their petitions being referred
to the sanitary department.
A petition signed by H B. Stevens,
"W. R. Martin and others, asking that
Upson avenue, between Missouri and
Dawton streets, be paved, was adopted
and the matter referred to alderman
Clayton and city engineer Todd, -who
will visit all the property owners and
ascertain their views on the proposed
Improvement. The petition asks for bi
A resolution calling for bids on the
paving of North Campbell street was
read and adopted, bid's to be In by
10 a. m. July 14.
The estimate of city engineer Todd
on the work done on the South Stan
ton street pavement was received and
a warrant ordered dra-wn for the
amount, S12.SS5.91, subject to the ap
proval of the city attorney.
After the park commissioner had
been granted a three weeks vacation,
beginning July 5, the council ad
journed. City's Health.
Health officer Anderson made the
following weekly report:
Total number of deaths, 21; seren
Americans, 17 Mexicans.
Births, 18: Americans,' 6; Mexicans,
11; negroes, 1. ,
Tuberculosis feported during week,
one; whooping cough cases remaining.
45; smallpox, none; measles, 16; ty
phoid fever, 11; fumigations, three.
Fermentation water tests, 36; plate
cultures water, 41; indolreactions, 16;
complete water analysis, one; milk
analysis, two; meat markets Inspected.
203; meat condemned. 171 pounds; dai
ries inspected, 115; slaughter houses
inspected, 20; dairy notices, five; in
spected cattle, 144; hogs, eight; calves.
70; sheep, 52.
LAS CETJCES AND
MESH.LA PARK FARMER
LOSES TWO V.VLLABLE HORSES
Death Supposed To Have Been Cansed
By Animals Eatingr Bearded AVheat
Planted With Alfalfa Crop.
Las Cruces, N. M., June 30. J. C.
Robins, the Mesilla'Park farmer, had
the misfortune to lose two of his best
horses. Death is supposed to have
been caused by the horses eating beard
ed wheat which had been planted as a
nurse crop with young alfalfa.
L.AS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M., June 30. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of re
cord have been filed with the recorder
of Dona Ana county.
J. D. Wollett to Oliver Marty, war
ranty deed to lots 5 in block S8 of
Westmont Heights addition; considera
tion $20; dated June 29, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Mamie L. More
land, warranty deed to lots 10 and; 11
In block 19 of Miller's "Washington park
addition; consideration $1 ariu other
valubles; dated June 2S, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to J. C. Sherley,
warranty deed to lots 16 and 17 in block
20 of Miller's Washington park addi
tion; consideration SI and other valu
ables: dated June 28, 1910.
D. H. Vanderwerf to Mrs. Minnie
Sherley, warranty deed to lots 28 and
29 in block 32 of Miller's Washington
park addition; consideration 51 and
other valuables; dated June 28, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to J. M. Raly, war
ranty deed to lots 18 and 19 In block
18 of Miller's "Washington park addi
tion; consideration $-1 and' other valu
ables; dated June 28, 1910.
3lHrrIiig;e License Issued.
Lebrado Molino to Guadalupe Telles.
LAS CRUCES LOCAL NEWS.
La3 Cruces, N. M., June 30. A. R.
Coleman, secretary of the chamber of
commerce, has gone to EI Paso to join
judge Fall and party for a two weeks
outing on Tlyree Rivers.
Joe Smith, who has been quite sick
for several weeks at his ranch home
near Mesilla Park, with pneumonia, is
Arrangements are progressing for the
big celebration in Las Cruces on the
Capt. S. J. Woodhull was a passenger
ior Jui .faso tnis iorenoon.
Mrs. W. E. Foulkes and children left
this forenoon for Deming to visit rel
- Jeff D. Isaacs went down to the Pass
City this forenoon.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., June CO. The fol
lowing guests are registered at hotel
Don Barnardo: James Barry, Chicago;
J. H. Smith, Albuquerque; W. L. Will
iamson, Silver City; O. B. Wood. Cham
berlho; S. F. Balleu, Albuquerque; G.
Millikin, El Paso; A. A. Anderson,
Solomoriville, Ariz.; Miss Marie Lawshe,
Dripping Springs; Mrs. John D. Bovd,
Organized for Murder.
Kansas City, Mo., June 30 The work
ings of a gang of murderers and rob
bers In Chicago were described to the
police of Kansas City, Kansas, by James
Tenoff, a Bulgarian, by his own con
fession, one of the assassins employed
by the ganjr
MIXING AND OIL NEWS.
MEXICO MINES HKVE
Candelaria Mine Heavy Ore
Shipper El Pasoans
San Pedro, Chihuahua, Mexico, June
SO. The Candelaria Mining company
has ordered three new pumps, each
with a capacity of 1000 gallons of wa
ater a minute for the Congreso
mine at Leon camp. When these
pumps are installed, the com
pany will be able to pump from
12,000,000 to 15,000,000 gallons of wa
ter from the mine daily. It has al
ready three big pumps and Bacon air
lifts that are pumping now over 3000
gallons a minute. This pumping plant
when completed will be the greatest in
stitution of the kind in any mine in the
world, exceeding that of the Tombstone
Consolidated company, of Arizona.
It is estimated that the Candelaria
company has over c,000,00u tons of ore in
sight in the Congreso mine, the ore body
being over 400 feet in width in one
place. It is now working over 750 men
and supports a population of about
In the same camp the company is al
so operating the San Benigno mine, only
a mile distant from the Congreso mine,
which is producing from 100 to 300 tons
of ore daily, over one-fourth of which
is good shipping ore. The shipments to
the El Paso smelter are from one to
two carloads a day.
Regular shipments are also being
made by the company from the San
Pedro and Candelaria mines two miles
distant from the Congreso. The com
pany has put up a small 100 ton ex
perimental mill and expects to mill the
entire Candelaria dump, containing a
million tons that have accumulated in
The Candelaria company is today the
biggest shipper to the El Paso smelter
of any mining company in the south
west. Gold Strike by El Pasoans.
A very rich gold strike has just been
made by L. C. Bryant, who with other
El Paso associates is operating the San
P,ablo mine in the vicinity of the Con
greso mine. Sir. Bryant has opened
up a two foot vein, showing free gold
and running high in values."
Antoine E. Turner, who has leased
and Is working the Tsabelita mine,
which lies between and contiguous to
the San Benigno .and Congreso mines,
has opened a vein of ore varying in
width from three to IS inches, assay
ing 5G0 ounces per ton in silver. Mr.
Turner, who has been a long time co
owner with Capt. 'J. M. Smith, of El
Paso, in the Progreso mine In the Oapu
Hn mountains about- 25 miles north of
here, has just sold his half interest In
it to Paul Tray nor of the same camp,
and will devote his whole time to open
ing up the Tsabelita.
KELLY 3IIXIXG CAMP
Graphic's eiv Mill In Operation Lead
and Zinc Carbonate Opened on Cook
Lease TrI-BnIIIon Mill Rnnninjr.
Kelly. N. My, June 30. The new
Graphic mill has been completed and
Is in full operation, turning out a
large amount of concentrates -in sul
phides. There is talk that the capacity
of the mill will be Increased soon.
The Mistletoe Mining company, which
has a large group of claims with a
fine showing, is repairing its miill and
will begin mining.
The Cook lease has opened up a four
foot shoot of lead and zinc carbonated
ore near the old stopes, and is making
average shipments from old caved
The C. T. Brown lease has opened up
a large body of lead carbonate ores in
the old stopes which were supposed to
have been exhausted and is shipping
more lead than zinc ores at present.
This new discovery contains a higher
grade of lead than has ever been pro
duced before in this camp.
The Trl-Bullion mill is running night
and day and shipping the usual amount
of concentrates. The Grand Tower
property of the Tri-Bullion is produc
ing good quantities of sulphide ores
which will be milled. Its new shaft is
down SO feet showing good signs 'of
ores. A new' roaster is being added
to the plant, which will, when com
pleted, increase the output. Diamond
drills are employed for prospect work.
The Germany company has installed
Its new compressor and a mile of new
pipe line connecting the p3ant and
new tunnel on the north end of its
property. This plant is one-fourth of
a mile east of the Tri-Bullion mill,
with a capacity to operate machine
drills on its various properties.
EL PASOANS DEVELOP SONORA
COPPEU MINE PROPERTIES
The Cobriza Copper company, the
properties of which are west of Noria
station on the line of the Sonora rail
way, Sonora, Mexico, has in course of
construction a 100 ton hot blast smelter.
A heavy mine pump and pipe have been
installed and are in operation. The
company has been prosecuting develop
ment work for several years, and has
sunk a work shaft 500 feet deep, has
5000 feet of underground work, and de
veloped a great body of copper ore, of
the chalcoclte class.
This property was originally discov
ered by A. H. Parker, the well known
surveyor, and W. T. Stewart, of El
Paso, who sold it a few years ago to
Fred C. Emery of the same place for
$12,000. Mr. Emery promoted the prop
erty successfully in spite of every ob
stacle, and as president and general
manager has blocked out over half a
million dollars worth of ore carrying
copper, silver and wold.
DECISION IS HANDED DOWN
IN NOTED MEXICAN MINE SUIT.
Mexico City, Mex., June 30. The
second civil court of Mexico handed
down a decision in favor of the Mexi
can Mine Development company
against its president. George D. Bar
ron, whereby Barron is commanded to
pay over to the company $1.529,542.
Among the principal stockholders of
the company who will benefit by the
decision are E. N. Brown, president of
the National Railways of Mexico; J.
N. Galbraith, general manager of the
"Waters-Pierce Co.. of Mexico, and
Thomas Milan, president of the Vera
Cruz and Isthmus railway.
' By the decision Barron must pay the
the company within eight days the sum
of $8,239,879 gold and interest on that
amount from December 1, 1903.
The plaintiffs alleged in their action
that the companies had authorized tho
purchase of certain copper mines near
Tezultlan, in the state of Puebla. They
charged that Mr. Barron secured title
to the property in his own name and
then called a meeting at which the
Mining Development company of Mex
ico was illegally dissolved, leaving
the mines In Barron's hands.
ORGAN MOUNTAIN MINER
TELLS OF TORPEDO 3IINE.
Patrick Breen, fire original discov
erer of gold in the Organ mountains,
New Mexico, has returned to El PasD
after a long period of prospecting In
Arizona, -particularly around the Globe
district. In speaking on conditions he
"The Torpedo copper mine at Organ,
which is only 50 miles north of El Paso
is, I believe, the greatest copper prop
erty in the entire southwest. Its ores
are richer and more extensive than
those of any mine I have seen. All It
needs Is competent operators. The
copper is as high in tenor and purity
as the Lake copper, which commands
the highest market in the world."
Mr. Breen owns the Mountain Chief,
which is about 10 miles north of the
Torpedo and will go there soon to re
sume work. He found this mine about
29 years ago and took out ?13,000 from
the first ten feet. He then sold a half
interest to CoJ. Noble and several
other Teaxs & Pacific officials who
came from St. Louis to see the mine.
STEA3I SHOVEL EQUIPMENT
FOR CHINO MINE PROPERTY
"We shall be shipping the overbur
den from the Chino, New Mexico, prop
erty ores inside of 30 days," said D. C
Jackling, general manager of this com
pany before leaving El Paso for the
property. "The steam shovel equipment
for the work has been ordered and
should soon be on the ground ready
for business. The work in mill, power
plant and machine shop construction is
very satisfactorily advanced, and the
mine management will accomplish its
share of the task by having the ores
in shape for mining when the mill is
Mr. Jackling states that only a
portion of the big ore deposit has been
developed, in spite of the tonnage at
present, which is up to the 19,000,000
ton mark. He thinks that fully 40 per
cent of the mineralized ores can be
reached by steam shovels. The total
tonnage of developed and partially de
veloped ore now in sight aggregate 1S,
79S.07S tons of an average grade of
2.59 percent copper. The amonut of
'ore per acre now averages 323,000 tons.
T03IBSTONE MINE INSTALS
BOILER OTHER DEVELOPMENT.
Tombstone. Ariz., June 30. At the
Tombstone Consolidated Mines com
pany shaft, mechanics are erecting tne
new 460 horsepower toiler, double he
capacity of any of the other 10 bo'lers
now in use. J. Frye, dlnecing c-ngi-neer
for Charles C. Moore & Co., of
San Francisco, has the work in charge.
Several new sinkers have arrived and
two more are expected to arrive this
week. It is practically conceded that
by July 15 rapid headway will have
been made in the plans to clean the
1000 foot level.
MACHINERY AND SUPPLIEIS
FOR ARIZONA MINE PROPERTY
Three carloads of heavy machinery
and two cars of merchandise and min
ing supplies have been sidetracked at
Aldrich, on the Southern Pacific for
the Cicero Smith Mining company lo
cated east of the Dragoon mining camp,
Cochise county, Arizona. There are
30 men working. The stamp mill will
be running by August, it is thought.
BIG STAMrS FOR ARIZONA MINE.
The new stamp mill being erected at
the Vulture mine, in Arizona, is of ex
traordinary character. The large num
ber of immense timbers used resemble
the trunks of giant trees. However, whf-n
the size of the stamps to be used in tho
mill are considered it can readily be
understood that only the heaviest tim
bers could be used with good results.
The stamps weigh 1600 pounds each and
are of the California pattern with the
latest devices in connection whereby the
handling of the big stamps is made
BISBEE ORE FOR EL PASO.
Through the Higgins tunnel, the Wol
verine mine. In Bisbee is shipping 300
tons of copper oxides averaging 10 per
cent. On the Don Louis side of the
property Ed Stiffler, and associates,
lessees, are taking out galena ore. and
preparing to. ship a carload to the El
Paso smelter. -
WORK AT BISBEE EXTENSION..
The Bisbee Extension, according to
George P. Hyde, of Detroit. Mich., who
is in Bisbee, has started up its pumps
and is now drifting on the 700 foot
level, where it encountered copper wa
ter before it shut down to instal the
pumps and additional boilers.
The managemout expects soon to re
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MINING AND OIL NEWS.
Organization Is Completed
and Plant Is to Be Oper
ated in Itfew Mexico. -
Wednesday afternoon an organization
was completed in this city which means
much to a number of prominent local
people and the business interests of the
southwest, when the Black Range Re
duction works elected its officers and
prepared to increase its activity in the
Black Range mining district-
This company has been steaally push
ing the construction of its large cus
tom mill in the Black Range district of
Sierra county, N. M., north of Fairview,
and has purchased thousands of dollars
worth of milling machinery and sup
plies from local dealers, and as those
behind the enterprise of giving that
section a custom mill for the treatment
of the great ore bodies were amply
able to carry on any kind of operations
there was no hurry shown In the final
organization of the company. It was not
until yesterday generally known that
a number of the most substantial citi
zens of this city were interested.
At a. meeting here "Wednesday after
noon the following officers were an
nounced. President, Herbert W. Wolcott. Mr.
Wolcott is a brother of the late sen
ator from Colorado, and himself built
the Kansas Citj- & Leavenworth Elec
tric railway. Another brother is Henry
O. Wolcott, of New York.
Vice president, judge J. U. Sweeney,
of this city, a leading attorney and for
Secretary, F. G. Rodolf, a wealthy re
tired mill owner of Wisconsin.
Treasurer, Richard Caples, a capital
ist of this city.
Directors: Herbert W. Wolcottf J. TJ.
Sweeney, F. G. Rodolf, county judge A.
S. Eylar, with Hon. F. W. Hobert, a
Colorado mining man of national repu
tation, and R. O. Rodolf, a retired1
wholesale plumbing supply dealer of
This company is doing much to de
velop the Black Range district by en
couraging mine owners to develop their
properties and have ore ready for the
starting up of the great custom mill
now under construction.
Company representatives Saturday
purchased machinery for handling the
heavy pieces of the milL and hurried
them to the camp. The company is, not
experimenting, but is constructing a
mill for the treatment of the ores of the
district by the same process found so
successful in Colorado, Nevada, Mexico,
and more recently In the Ernestine mill
at Mogollon, N. M, where the same
class of gold ore is found.
NEW STRIKE IN MASCOT.
At the Mascot mine, near Willcox,
Ariz., another good strike is reported
to have been made in a drift from the
three compartment air shaft of a body
of good grade copper sulphides.
BIG COPPER DIKE. DISCOVERED.
A tremendous strike of copper ore is
reported to have been made on the
Mitchell property at Swansea, Ariz.,
consisting of a big copper bearing dike
which runs through the country for a
distance of three and a half miles.
Linden Hotel, 515 N. Oregon street,
opens July 1. f
POSTMASTER SMITH JOKED
OVER FIRE LOSS AT DAIRY
Sny It's Easier to Haul Cows to
Water: Uninsured Lock Expected
To Total Almost $4000.
A joke's a joke for all that, but
uncle Jimmie Smith is becoming just a
little peeved over the friendly jests he
Is getting as a result of the fire at his
diary down the valley when the pump
ing plant burned.
"Are you still hauling water for your
cows, Mr. Smith?" one Innocent bystand
er asked tho postmaster-dairyman
"No, we are hauling -the cows to the
water," he answered between telephone
Mr. Smith states it is no joke to hav
a fire loss of $7000, the ma
jority of which Is a net loss. But the
machinists have rigged up the pumps
for work, and the engines have been
repaired in order to allow the daily
routine oj the dairy to proceed un
molested. Mr. Smith estimates the net
loss on his plant and machinery at
$4000, the gross loss having been
FOR M RUCK
DEAN OF DEMO
CRATS IS DEAD
(Continued From rag one.)
statesman. He was ever faithful to
the ideas of Democracy and never once
was the confidence of his people shaken
In him. An indication of his character
was showiivwhen he assumed personal
debts of his father amounting to $100,
000 for which there was no moral claim
upon the son. He felt it his duty,
however, to discharge these and on
his 65th birthday had the distinct
pleasure of making the last payment.
Senator Daniel was a loyal confed
erate veteran, having been for years
commander of Dearing camp, at Rust
burg. His last public utterance was
before Garland Roses camp of Lynch
burg, when that organization commem
orated the recent anniversary of the
birth of Gen. R. E. Lee.
It is the general belief that governor
Mann will appoint former governor
Swanson to fill out the unexpired term
of senator Daniel In the United States
senate, though the governor has never
made a public statement -to this effect.
The governor's appointment will be
for the rest of the present term. Sen
ator Daniel was reelected for the ensu
ing term of six yearsjbeginning next
March. . -
At its next session In January, 1912,
the regular assembly will elect.
Linden Hotel, everything new and
modern, opens July 1.
ALASKA REPUBLICANS ARE
OPPOSED TO CONSERVATION
Juneau, Alaska, June 30. The Re
publican territorial convention adopted
a plank for its platform favoring home
rule when the proper time comes. The
convention asks for division of the ter
ritory and opposes conservation as now
practiced in Alaska, citing that coal
lands are being allowed to lie idle
while coal is imported from British
Columbia and Japan. Resolutions were
adopted lauding the administration of
Taft and governor Clark.
E. S. Orr, of Valdez was nominated
for delegate to congress. He was once
mayor of Tacoma.
NEW HOTEL IS OPENED.
The one thing El Paso has needed
a first class hotel Is open and ready
for business. The Linden is the name
of the hostelry that will fill the 'long felt
want. Everything new, every modern
convenience, centrally located with bath
in every room and a shower bath on
every floor with a first class cafe in
connection, is something El Paso can
now claim with pride. The manage
ment announces that he is ready to re
ceive first class transient trade. It is
located opposite Carnegie Square, N
Oregon street, and known as the Lin
den. The rates are reasonable.
and. gently reared, women will find in
all the seasons of their lives, as maid
ens, wives and mothers, that the one
simple, wholesome laxative remedy,
which acts gently and pleasantly and
naturally and which may he taken at
any time, when the system needs a
laxative, with perfect safety and real
ly heneficiaUeffects, is Syrup of Fig3
and Elixir of Senna.
It has that true delicacy of flavor
which is so refreshing to Jhe taste,
that warming and grateful toning to
the stomach which responds so favor
ably to its action and the laxative ef
fect which is so beneficial to the sys
tem when, occasionally, its gentle
cleansing is required.
The genuine, always bearing the
name of the California Fig Syrup Co.,
may be purchased from all leading
druggists in original packages of one
size only, price fifty cents per bottle.
Where to buy hay, oats,
grayi, etc., etc. This question
is satisfactorily .settled if
you decide to favor us with
your orders. We carrr a
large stock on hand which as
A Pointed Question!
sures prompt delivery. Also
headquarters for fresh field,
garden and flower seeds.
Third and Chihuahua Sts.