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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, July 26, 1910.
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-' Deeds Filed.
Lincoln Park Lincoln Park Realty
& Improvement Co. to Frank Schafer,
jr., lats 3, 4 and 5. block 22, Lincoln
Park addition; consideration, $450; May
El Paso County H. J. Clifford to i
Geo. W. Dixon, 19-20 interest in G63
acres in survey 14, block 66, township
T. & P. railroad surveys El Paso coun
ty; consideration, $500; July 16, 1910.
Plateau, Texas J. R. Day and Levi
Anderson to J. H. Feely, lots lOf 11 and
12, block 21, lot 24, block 4, lots 7 to 11,
block 20, Plateau, Texals; consideration
?1S0; May 21, 1910.
West Ma'in street between Can ova
and Maximilian streets. Sunset Heights j
viiw. jriicat;iiuei;v iLIiU Wile lO Ji.rs.
Ellen S. Allen, lot 16 and west lot
17, block 34, Sunset Heights addition;
consideration, $1250; July IS, 1910.
"West Main street between Canova and
Maximilian streets, Sunset Heights
Chas. Griesenbeck and wife to Edw. L.
Peyton, lot 18 and east 17, block 34,
Sunset Heights addition; consideration,
$1250; July 18, 1910.
Northwest Corner Alabama avenue
and Louisville street, Highland Park
Lee H. Orndorf f to J. J. Flanagan, iots
1, 2 and 3, block 97, Highland Park ad
dition; consideration, $350; March 30,
Southeast corner "Washington avenue
and Erie street. Highland Park E. R.
Bohllnger and wife to J. J. Flanagan,
lots 28 to 32, block 17, Highland Park
addition; consideration, $1125; June 5,
Park street, between 8th and 9th
streets, Magoffin Addition Jacob Good
man to H. Goodman, lots 3 to 6, block
29, Magoffin addition; consideration,
$750; July 25, 1910.
Iiieensed to Wed. j
Pablo Loya and Lucinda Agnilar. N
Miguel Acosta and Beatriz vega.
JuartIontes, jr., and Guadalupe Casa
res. WmF. Phillip and Carrie D. Frank
Mateo Rodriguez and Petra Rincon.
Frank Ashtonr-Tnining engineer, for
merly city engineer of EJ Paso, is now July 1 and up to July 16 68 bars of bul
located in Meadows, Oregon. ' lion, containing 70.000 ounces of silver,
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"The Memory Lingers"
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Eattle Creek, Mich.
MIXING A3TD OIL NEWS.
El Paso Concern Takes Over
Rich Property To
Build a Mill.
A mining deal of considerable magni
tude even in the Globe (Ariz.) copper
district, -which had been pending for
some time was closed in that city on
July 23. The Dixon Copper company
sold its properties, consisting of 20 min
ing claims located about nine miles
northwest of Globe, to an El Paso Com
paq' incorporated under the name of
the Globe-Arizona and El Paso Copper
Alining and Smelting company.
The deal was closed finally upon the
favorable report of H. Vincent Wallace,
the El Paso "mining engineer, who is
consulting engineer ot the Tularosa Cop
J 'Per m company, ot ueni, uiero cmuiy.
I fle.IS couyuiccu uiai me uiwu miiiius
claims afford a legitimate proposition
and tnat he will recommend that the
first. iort 1k done near the contact be
tween the lime and the diabase where'
much copper fetain and magnetic iron are
The Old Dominion smelter has all it
can do to handle the present' supplj-of
ore, he saj's. and its present capacitj'
is not adequate to handle the volume
of concentrates that will within six
months be produced by the great Miami
mine and mill, and this flood of con
centrates will be greats swollen by the
(production of the Inspiration, New Key
stone, .L.ive uaic ana utnei iiuiguuunus
mines within the next year and a half.
"With reasonable assurances of support,
the Paso company will undertake to
insufY a plant.
In addition to the Dixon properties,
the El Paso companv lias, through its
agent. John OTveefe, purchased another!
group consisting of 24 claims, comprising
the -Monteearlo. Mbntecristo, Anaconda
groups and the Boston and Dixon claims,
covering valuaible mineral ground in the
heart W the Miami district and lying
f between the Dixon group and the Inspir
ation and Black arnor mines. 1ms
will increase the company's holdings to
a total area of 910 acres.
The personnel of the management of
the Globe-Arizona and El Paso Mining
and Smelting company is anadeup largely
of well known business men of El Paso.
In the directorate are its president,
DavicLO. Baldwin, whose father is oresi
dent f the ISew Orleans Xational hankt
i and also OI wie xaiawiii narunaie wur
mv- it.c sfv-retarv. TT- D. Mavfield: its
treasurer. W. H. "Anderson, city health
E. C- 0 Keeffe, chemist and
metaluniist of the Socorro Mining com
panv of Mo-ollon: John O'Keeffe and M.
A. Dolan. The capital is $3,000,000, di
"vided.into shares of the par value of $1
MEXICAN MINES ABE
La Republica Makes Big
and Rio Plata Prop
The Chihuahua Investment company's
bank in Chihuahua received last week
from La Republics Mining company 20
tons of cyanide precipitates of the value
of 185.000 pesos, and from the Cienequita
Mining company one bar of gold of the
value, of 6,000 pesos.
The high grade ores and concentrates
from the Guanajuato. Mexico, mines for
the week ending July 23 had a total
value of approximately $f 51,000. This"
was shipped largely through the Dwight
Fnrness company to the Aguascalientes
Bullion, handled through the banks as
well as direct by the companies to the
refinery at Mexico Citv. had a value of
This made the total value of the
week's shipments from the camp of Gua
najuato amount to $281,000.
Xine hundred and fortv-six tons of
ore were treated in the mills of the Rio
Plata mine in the Arteaga district, state
of Chihuahua, Mexko, in June. 1910, the
output being 55.779 ounces silver. Since
IT EL QBE
I were shipped to the Bank of Sonora in
The Promontorio Mine.
Tlie Promontorio silver mine in the
Ousihuiriachic district, is said to be one
of the best paying small mines in Mex
ico. In less than a "vear it produced
enough ' to pay up the purchase price,
for the machinery and all operating ex
penses. It is shipping about Wo car
loads of ore per month of highest grade
ore which each net about ?lo,0u I nited
States currency, beeiJes other shipments
of -ore running 'ISO ounces silver per ton.
" INCREASES CAPITAL
El Mayo Co. Operating in
Alamos District Has 500
Acres Mineral Land.
The El Mayo Mines company Mex
ico, Ltd., is -operating properties inthe
Alamos district, Sonora, Mexico, under
the directoin of W. YT. Mitchell, mining
engineer, formerly 01 Chihuahua. The
property covers about 500 acres, con
taining silver, gold and copper bearing
veins. Though work was only com
vfnencea in March, 1910, a vein rich in
copper and gold has been developed, the
gold being visible.
At a second meeting of the stockhold
ers in London. England, the capitaliza
tion was increased from S0.0OO to
C100,000. J. Keating Pollick is nr-3itint
of the company. S. G. Burn of Chihuahua,
the consulting engineer, reports an
abundance of ore and everything ready
for a smelter..
OF MINES IN DURANGO.
Month's Record Shows a Large Number
of Claims Filed Upon In the Mexican
State, Many by Americans.
Torreon, Mex., July 26. Many mining
donouncements have been made in the
state of Durango this month.
T.eeodajo Rivera, of Baca Ortiz, has
applied for titles to 25 claims, situated
in the Perindongo mountains near l'e
pehuanes. Jesus Ramirez, a well known merchant
and mining man of Tepic, has taken up
four pertenencias embracing various veins
containing silver and lead. These prop
erties are located in the San Miguel
range of mountains, near the mining
camp of Tamazula.
Alberto Bolivar, of the Inde mininc
camp, applies for titles to a eroup of
10 mining claims to be developel for
gold and silver, sauie" being located in
the Santa Maria del Cro district. The
name applied to the new group is the
San Luis. v
Pedro Moreno, one of the most sue
cessful mining men of the Mapimi dis
trict, has taken up 21 pertenencias to
be titled under the name of La Reform?.
The newly denounced properties are lo
cated in the San Lsidro mountains in
that mining district
Albert Range, who, is mining on an
extensive -scale, in tli San Juan de Gua
dalupe district, has filed on eight claims
adjoinnig-some of his properties in th
Prieto mountains, to be titled unde- the
name of Avuntamiento Anexas.
William W. Eleneo, a well known
American mining man of Mexico City,
has taken up the old El Carmen mines,
located in the Mexquital district, near
Pascual Lcmelin, of San Luis Potosi,
has applied for titles to nine claims to
be known as the Ramirena group. The
properties are located in the San Juan
'de Guadaluoe district in the San Pablo
canyon on the Cedras ranch.
George C Bates of Torreon has de
nounced nine pertenencias to embrace
the San Juan gold and silver mine in
the Chavarria district, west of Durango.
Dr. Herman Lemke. the prominent
physician and mining man of San Juan
de Guadalupe, has applied for permis
sion to rectify the survey of the Berze
lina mine, located in the Prieto moun-,
Pedro Araix, Manuel- Buado and Re
fugio Salas, all of this c-tiy, have taken
up eight claims in the Huarich canvon. at
the foot of the San Lorenzo mountain.
These properties adjoin the old Tur
quesa mines, and will be deveiope.i for
gold, siLver and lead.
Manuel M. de la Garza of Sahims TTi-
-dalgo, Xuevo Leon, has filed on 14 per-
Lcneucms m tne aan ljorenzo mountain,
near Cuencame. These pertenencjks exn
brace various veins containing iron. lead
and silver, and the group will be titlef
under the name of Guatro de Julio.
Edward B. Sowers, a well known
American mining man of Rajada, has de
nounced tour pertenencias, containing
gold, silver and lead, in the Topia dis"
trict. These are located near the San
Jose deja. Bkinca mine, and will be titled
under the name Alicia.
OIL PROSPECTING WILL
CONTINUE AT DEL RIO.
Death of Geo. D. Russell the Promoter,
Will Not Affect Plans Well Ma
Del Rio, Tex., July 26. It is an
nounced here by those in charge of the
outrrc, tnat the death ot Georjje D. Rus
sell, of Xew York, will affect in no way
the exploration for oil in the district
north of here. Itfr. Russell died in San
Antonio. He was here about ten days
ago goms over the .propertv in which he
is interested and accompanied the mana
gers who have the drilling in charge
over the country. Those in charge here
CQV Trior rj-. .- TJ-....i
2j - c -ii mtuitrstea neaviiv in
the undertaking, but that the neces'sary
money for the fulfilment of the test
wa& all paid in.
Of the extraordinarilv large shipment
of material and equipment for the test
all has been freighted to the site of the
i'nni r? Xpt re Lo5Ier W the
3000: foot cable.. This equipment will be
freighted out this week. The riggers are
expected here within n wool- i.:
their contract and everrthino- connected
-icn tne test is working smoothly.
Although it is strictly a wildcat prop
osition, the indications are so favorable
tnat people m tins temtorv familiar
with the country and with " the men
hacking the proposition, are confident
that a strong field will result from the
tests now going on.
Property In State of Mexico Reported
oujq oy ixovemor J&nnque Ureel
American capitalists are reported to
have purchased from governor Enrique
Creel and senator Jose CasjeHot the
Coetzillos and El Lucero mines in the
Zacualpan district, four miles west of
the city of Zacualpan in the state of
Mexico. Five veins from 10 to 14 feet
wide run through these properties ear
ning ore which at the surface runs from
eight to 14 ounces silver per ton. Be
sides these, there are othei veins carry
ing gold values.
About 10 years ago the Coetzillos
KMining company spent a 'large amount
oi-money installing a mill which, how
ever, failed to pay. It is said that tests
have proved that the ores can be profit
ablv treated by the cvanide process, and
such a plant will be installed by the
ON EUROPEAN TRIP
New York, July 2 rsenor .Tose Yves
Limantour, secretary of finance of Mex
ico, with his familv. has sailed for Eu
rope. The senor said that there wan
no politics mixed up with ms visit
here; that his journey was solely for
the benefit of his wife's health. The
Limantours are going first to London,
thence to Paris and will stop in New
"Vrtl.- in -fVixi foil rn t-Vil- tr-o hopl- trt
Mexico. Mr. Dimantour is a close per-
sonal friend of president Diaz or Mex
ico, and has frequently been named as
the most nicely successor to that 'long
Smith's ice cream is served at all
leading soda fountains and ice cream
parlors In town. "Why?
DEPOSITS OF RARE
METALS IX ARIZONA
Washington, D. C, July 26. The re
cent increased demand for certain rare
Lmetals,such as tungsten, which is used
In electric lamps and in hardening steel,
has. given great interest to the search
for deposits containing them. Some of
these metals, as platinum and nickel,
are especially rare in the United States.
The Geological Survey publishes ev
ery year a bulletin containing many
short papers and preliminary reports on
mineral deposits examined by its ge
ologists during the preceding year.
Howland Bancroft now presents a
report on cinnabar (an ore of quicksil
ver) In Yuma county, Ariz., on platinum
in southeastern Nevada, and on tung
sten near Deer Park, Wash.
- F. C. Schrader and J. M. Hill make a
report on molybdenite in the Santa Rita
and Patagonia mountains', Arizona. Mo.
lybdenlte yields molydenum, which is
used chiefly in hardening steel.
Mr. Hill also makes a report on
tungsten minerals near Calabasas, Ariz.
Pure, wholesome and delicious are
Smith's ice creams. Because the in
gredients consist only of whole cream
(pasteurized) and pure flavors proper
GLOBE HAS TERRIFIC
STORM AND DAMAGE
Globe, Ariz., July 25. The unusual
weather conditions prevalent throughout
southern Arizona during the last week
brought a terrific storm to Globe Mon
day tiiat lasted half an hour and caused
damage estimated at more than $20,000.
The wind partly wrecked several build-
ings and a heavy ram nooaea numer
ous business houses and residences. Gas
mains and electric wires in the north
ern portion of the city were so badly
damaged that that section is without
lights and fuel tonight.
TtTTftni ITir TTT.ATriOTTARTRRS
XOW DESERTED AND ALOXE j
The Democratic headquarters on
Scuth Stanton street are deserted'. The !
attraction which drew tne politicians
fnr fine Tcnrl-ora tn tViA vnpfint rnfttn
with the American flag on the rear wall !
has lost its power to draw and the I
flies and an empty -water cooler are
the only occupants of the headquarters
which hummed with precinct workers,
ward healers and county visitors no
later than Saturday.
DISASTROUS FOREST FIRES.
Denver, Colo., July 26. Disastrous
forest fires are ragingrin two "sections
of the state and forest rangers report
both beyond control. Fire fighters have
been sent from Denver- and nearby
,towns - The fire in the Routt preserve
in the northwestern part of the state, is
the most serious. The Routt preserve
fires have burned a line around 50,000
acres of the finest pine timber in .the
Chicago Strike Ordered.
Chicago, HI., July 26. A general tie
up of building operations in Chicago,
Involving sympathetic strikes of 18,100
construction mechanics, has been de
cided upon by the Chicago Building
Trades council, effective Wednesday,
unless employers yield in the meantime.
The action was taken at a secret meet
ing to compel the Otis Elevator com
pany to reinstate striking -members of
the Elevator Constructors' union whose
places are being filled by members of
the International Association of Ma
chinists. At the meeting it was stated
that the American Federation of Labor
has sanctioned the drastic action.
Col. TV. A. Farish, a mining engineer
of New York, is at the Shelden, arriv
ing this morning from a three weeks
trip to Sayahauacan, in western Chi
huahua, where he has been examining
mining properties for New York capi
talists. ifvEl :
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A Story Of
Copyright, 1909, by George Barr KcCutcheou- Copyright, 1S09, by
SYNOPSIS OF FIRST CHAPTERS.
Truxton King, an American million
aire's son, tired of the humdrum life
and sets out to have some adventures.
He reaches the kingdom of Grsustark.
(Continued From Yesterday.
-'T will rule Graustark or destroy her.
Those of you who do not expect or
desire to live under my rule, which, I
promise you, shall be a wise one. may
leave the city for other lands," he said
calmly, "just as soon as my deputies
have completed the formal transfer of
all your belongings to the crown treas
uryall, I say, even to the minutest
trifle. Permit me to add ini:hat con
nection, gentlemen, the transfer will
not be a prolonged affair."
They glared back at him and subsid
ed into bitter silence. I
"I an well awareChat you love little
Prince Robin. Now, respecting yonng
master Robin, I have no great desire
to kill him."
He waited to see the effect of this
brutal announcement His hearers'
stiffened, and yes, they held their
"He has one alternative he and his
lords. I trust that you, as sensible
gentlemen, will find the means to con
vey to him your advice that he seize
the opportunity I shall offer him to es
cape with his life. Let me interrupt
myself to call to your attention the
fact that I am punishing the anarchists
at sunser. To resume, the boy may
return to America, where he belongs.
I will give him free and safe escort
to the United States. If he chooses to
accept my kindly terms, all well and
good; if not, gentlemen. I shall starve
him out or blow the castle down. It
may interest you to hear that I expect
to establish a new nobility In Grau
stark. I trust I may now be address
ing at least a' few of the future noble
lords of Graustark. Good day, gentler
At the castle the deepest gloom pre
vailed. It was like a nightmare to
the beleaguered household, a dream
from which there seemed to be no
awakening. Colonel Quinnox as com
mander of the royal guard ruled su
preme. General Braze tore off his
own epaulets and presented himself
to Quinnox as a soldier of the file.
Prince Robin, quite recovered frenr
his fright, donned the uniform of Jtsj
colonel of the royal dragoons, buckled
on his jeweled sword and, with boyish
zeal, demanded at a council of war
Colonel Quinnox's reasons for not go
ing forth to slay the rioters.
"Your highness," said the colonel
bitterly, "the real army is outside the
walls, not inside. We are a pitiful
handful, less than 300 men all told,
counting the wounded. Count Mar
lanx heads an army of several thou
"He wants to get in here so's he
can kill me. Is that so, Colonel Quin
nox?" The prince was very pale, but
"Oh, I wouldn't put it just that way,
"Oh, I know I You can't fool me:
I've always known that he wants to
kill me. But how can he? Nobody
can. He ought to know that. He
must be awful stupid."
'We must get word to Tuilis!" cried
several in a breath. A dozen men vol
unteered to risk
their lives in the
attempt to find the
American Hn the
hills. Two men
i w e r e chosen by
lot. They were to
venture forth that
"My lords," said
the prince as the
council was on the
point of dissolving,
"is it all right for
me to ask a ques
in," said the prime
"he's sate, your
"Well, I'd like to know where Mr.
"He's safe, your
'Well, you run in and tell Aunt Lo-
ralne tnis minute that Mr. King sends
his love to her and begs her to rest
easy. See if It doesn't cheer her up a
At night two attempts were made
by Haddan and another subaltern to
leave the castle to reach Tuilis, but
I both sorties proved failures. A day
later tarianx sent two men under a
flag of truce to offer his infamous ulti
matum. His offer of a safe conduct
of the prince to America was refused,
for the inmates of the castle knew full
well the count would doom the lad to
instant death if he should get him in
A single distant volley at sunset had
puEzled the men on guard at the castle.
They had no means of knowing that
the committee of ten and its wretched
friends had been shot down like dogs
in the public square. Peter Brutus was
in charge of the squad of executioners.
, CHAPTER XVII.
TRUXTON- EXACTS A PROMISE.
RTJXTON KING had been in a
resentful frame of mind for
nearly forty-eight hours. n
the first place, he had not had i
so much as a single "glimpse of the '
girl ' he now worshiped with all his J
heart. In the second place, he had
learned, with unpleasant promptness,
that Count Vos Engo was the officer
in command of the house guard, a
position as gravely responsible as it '
He had, of course, proffered his serv- j
ices to Colonel Quinnox. The colonel, I
1 " !B
who admired Ihe Americans, gravely
informed him that there was no regu
lar duty to which he could be assigned,
but that he would expect him to hold
himself ready for any emergency. In
case of an assault he was to report to
Count Yos Engo. -"
But he was not satisfied. Loraine
had not cone forward with a word
of greeting or relief in fact, she had
not appeared outside the castle doors.
Toward dusk on Monday, long after
the arrival of the refugees, he sat in
gloomy contemplation of his own un
happiness, darkly glowering upon the
unfriendly portals from a distant stone
A brisk guardsman separated himself
from the knot of men at the castle
doors and crossed the plaza toward
Judge the dismay and anger when
the soldier, a bit shamefaced himself,
briefly announced that Count Vos
Engo had issued an order against
loitering in close proximity to the
Xruxton's cheek burned. He saw in
an instant that the order was meant
for him and for no one else, he being
the only outsider likely to come under
the head of "loiterer."
Truxton turned to him with a frank
smile. "Please tell Count Tos Engo
that I am the last person in the world
to disregard discipline at a time like
His glance swept the balcony, sud
denly becoming fixed on a couple near
the third column. Count Vos Engo
and Loraine Tuilis were standing there
together, unmistakably watching his
The next morning he encountered
Yos Engo near the grotto.
Catching sight of Yos Engo, he has-'
tened across the avenue and caught
up to him.
"Gocd morning," said Truxton. Yos
Engo did not smile as he eyed the
tall American. "I haven't had a
chance to thank you for coming back
for me last Saturday. Allow me to
say that it was a very brave thing to
"I do not like your words, Mr. King,
nor the way in which you glare at
"I'm making It easier to tell you j
the agreeable news, Count Yos Engo;
that's all. Take your hand off your ;
sword, please some other time per- j
haps, but not in these days, when we ,
need men, not cripples. I'll tell you
what I have discovered, and then we'll
drop the matter until some other time. '
Frankly, count, I have made the grat- i
tfylng discovery that you are a mis- J
erable cur." !
Count Yos Engo went very white. I
"As you say, there is another and a I
better time. We need dogs as well as j
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men in these days."
Truxton strolled 'off to the stables,
picking np Mr. Hobbs oh the way.
"Hobbs," he said, "we've got to find
John TuIIIs; thafs all there Is to it"
"I dare say, sir," said Mr. Hobb3,
with sprightly decisiveness. "He's very
J much needed."
I "I'm going to need him before long
Later on much of Truxton's good hu
mor was restored and his vanity pleased
by a polite request from Count Hal
font to attend an Important council in
the "room of wrangles" that evening
at 9. '
Very boldly he advanced upon the
rastle a few minutes before the ap
He came upon Loraine Tuilis at the
edge of the terrace. She was walking
slowly in the soft shadows beyond the
row of lights on the lower gallery. He
knew her at.a glance, this slim glrljn
"Loraine I" h.e whispered, reaching
her side In two bounds. She put out
her hands, and he clasped them. Plain
ly she was confused. "Fve been dying
for a glimpse of you. Do you think
you've treated me"
"Don't Truxton!" she pleaded, sud
denly serious. "You must not come
here. I saw well, you know. I was
, so ashamed; I was so sorry.
He still held her hands.
"Yes; they ordered me to move on, as
if I were a common loafer," he said,
with a soft chuckle. "But where have
you kept yourself?"
"I have been ill. Truxton truly, I
have," she said quickly, uneasily.
"You told Yos Engo to ride back and
pick me up," he persisted. "He told
me in so many words. Now, I want a
plain answer, Loraine. Did you prom
ise to reward him if he well, if he
saved me from the mob?"
"No," she said in a low voice.
"What was it, then? I must know,
(To Be Continued.
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