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TIimSOAY, SKITKMBKn t, 1907.
PARK 8TX. WITH AMPTiH MEANS AND Xjy SUH PASS FTD FACILITIES CLASH EXPECTED ooooooooooooo ooooooooooooo From Diana's Diary ALBUQUERQUE ETETTTd CITIZEN. o ROPES EXCURSIONS US! IN JEROME FIELD Pioneer Arlzonlan Says Thai United Verde Will Fight Others. Aitnln Miss rlllplckl-s iroen Into the world for cxtIpih-p, anil find-1 lio lin IuckI a dowl oa Hik. ooooooooooooo ooooooooooooo FIGHTER Tied Redskin Hard and Fast And Then Secured Officer. Man-Held. Arl., Sept. The general manaiter of the Mansfield Mining and Smelting company re ports large bodies of milling ore In the Bliu-k Cap mine nt the t.0-fiot level, with some good sixed streaks of shipping ore. Stoplng will be be gun a soon as the upraise Is com pleted to supply the necessary venti lation. Grey copper has been cut In both the lower levels of this mire, and assays show 34 per cent copper, 80 ounces silver and .7 ounces gold, or a total value of $171.95, figuring on 15-cent copper. Recent assays from the BO-foot level show values of from $57 to $214. It is stated that the management and leading stock holders of the company have taken steps looking toward the Installation of adequate milling facilities for the i'ansflcld ores at a very early date. Claslir Kxpertrd, Jerome. Ariz., Sept. 2. Ell Bar rett, a pioneer Arizona prospector f t) irty years' practical mining ex perience In the southwest, has the following to say In regard to the Jerome district: "I confidently expect to see clash es between the United Verde, the Jerome Verde and other adjoining properties. In Butte there was an underground warfare between the Amalgamated and Helnze over the manner In which the veins of ore ere followed. There are likely to be troubles of the same kind at Jer ome. But all that aside, outskirts do not begin to realize the great copper deposits In Arizona. There l more copper in the hills of Arizona than exists tn all other copper district In the world combined. In the Jerome district alone there Is enough copper to almost equal the entire production of the copper mines of Montana. The sulphide ores are nearer the surface, too, and they have already been en countered. These statements are of especial Interest to such companies as the Verde Grande, the Cleopatra and the Ho-Bton and Jerome, whose proper ties are directly contlnguous to the holdings of the United Verde. Copper Itenrlng Ores. Phoenix. Ariz.. Sept. 26. Invest ors returning from the Copper Creek district of Yavapai county describe the Sunset copper property, which has lately been attracting consider able notice,' as fairly bristling from end to end with copper-bearing out crops. There are eight or ten paral lei ledges, all trending In the same direction, and ore samples can be picked up right at the surface which assay as high as iziu per ton. The ledges frequently reach i height of several feet above the sur rounding ground, and show a width at tha surface of from two to ten feet. The machinery now In opera tlon on the property la of the most substantial character. The consen us of opinion seems to be that the Sunset group will fully equal the Rosalie, Its Immediate neighbor, which is now among the heaviest shipper of the district. . A Hnmane Appeal. A humane citizen of Richmond, Ind.. Mr. U. D. William. 107 West Main St.. says: "I appeal to all per sons with weak lungs to take Dr, Kings New Discovery, the only rem edy that helped me and fully comes up to the proprietors recommenda iton." It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together. Used as a cough and cold cure the world over. Cures asthma, bronchitis, crouo. whooping cough, quinsy, hoarseness and phthisic stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up. Guaranteed at all dealers. 60c. ad $1.00. Trial bottl free. Tuchoii, Ariz.. Kept. 26. After be ing roped and bound by a seven tet n-year-old boy In such a manner that It took Undersherlff Meyers several minutes to release hint, Je- u Valencia, a 200 pound Indian as arrested and placed In the coun ty J""- ... ..... Manuel norquez, me lau wno uiu the roping act was riding into town on the Silver Inke road, ami Just s he was passing near the kelson ranch he heard agonized cries, evl- entlv coming from a woman. A second later, Valencia, the big In- ian, came running from a noarny ut, swinging a heavy club In his and. Ho ran down the road and ,as closely followed by the boy on orseback. After hearing ine reams and seeing the Indian with he club, Borquez suspected that he ad been in trouble. ItatKtocd lied Mail. The horse soon overhauled the fleeing man. and as he drew closer, Borquez unloosened nm rope ana prepared for the throw. A second later the noose went swinging hroueh the air and true to Its aim fell across the man's shoulders and .1 , .-. V. I .. b nnu. Tha hnv nn the other end then stopped his horse, I A girl who sets out to earn ner nd with a Jerk the man was thrown I own living Is un nealnst a fierce to the ground. He was stunneu ror i proposition an insiauL uv me i ( 1 1 aim uuiuitr . i uKa oithA in a ,tAr. could regain his feet the boy had or ,n R mll, or u( housework. But lea mm bu ioniiiriuij m,i. I'v not h zher Amnions. ould move neuner nana or iooi. t .... . .. -ompthnir different. Woman l nniiiMioiis. So that's why I've started out as i-.orqueB men iiiuuintu ""'""la lady canvasser. nd riding into town imormeo. T'oin an nd where the Jinn Henry Meyers. The undersherlff at Household Specialty Co. wanted re- nce made for the cene ot tne pe- flned iue. to canvass for the great ullar happen ng and sure enough Mt nouspnnid convenience of the TWO ACQUITTED OF MURDER CHARGE William Gibson and John Ingrain, Accumm of Killing Frank Wat. tun, Freed by Jury at Sliver City. Silver City . Sept. l. The Jury In the case of William Gibson and John Ingram, charged with the mur der of Frank Watson, returned verdict of not guilty late yesterday afternoon. This was one of the longest murder cases tried In Grant county for many years and has been In progress lor the past nine days. The killing occurred in the south ern portion of Grant county and all the parties concerned In the shooting were cattlemen In that section. The case has attracted consider able interest in the whole of south ern New Mexico. The killing occurred where a num ber of cattlemen were rounding u me hogs and the bulk of the leBti mony was that deceased rode up to point near where the work was I progress and that when Gibson an Ingram went towards him. havln heard that he had threatened them he drew his gun and the firing the commenced. fff ijlli IllIiisiiBra ound the Indian lying at one side f the highway bound so that he could not stir. Before releasing the mnn Meyers went to the houst? where Uoruuez heard the cries and found a woman. Kosa Valenzuela lying on the floor aparently dead. She recovered however, after tne onicer naa worK- d over her for some time, and told him that she had been struck over the head by Valencia. The Indian wac a total stranger to her, she said Valencia was then untied and taken to jail, DeWltfs Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve la good for boils, burns, cuts, I scalds and skin diseases, it is es-i necls.llv good for piles. oid Dy J. H. O'RIelly & Co. JUROR BECOMES TOO "MR. JIGGS, A YOUNG M AN WITH I NTK RESTING HAIR." rtsmirpfl I figured that fifty per would Just snout suit. So I drilled down to the JIggs Hcusehold Specialty Co. and stocks up with $10 worth of the Jiggs Pat ent Potatoe innheis. They sell for 60 cents apiece and only cost the lady canvasser 20. Mr. Jiggs, a young man with Interesting hair. said I couldn't afford to take less than $10 worth as they were going like hot cakes. I hope they do; for you can't eat potato mashers, and you can hot cakes when you're overstocked with em. My heart beats high. age, the "Jiggs Patent Potato Mash er. Potatoes mushed In a Jiffy. A snap for agents. Fifty dollars a week To Colorado and east ern points. On sale daily until Sept 30th. Re turn limit October 31st. Rates to principal points. Denver and return $23.70, Colorado Springs and return $20.75, Pueblo and return $18.95, Chicago and return $53.30, St. Louis and return $52.90, Kansas City and re turn $44.55, Norfolk and re turn (60 day limit) $72.90. Account I. O. O. F., Sov ereign Grand Lodge. Socorro County Fair Sept. 28-3Q, 'Q7 Rate to Socorro and return 3.7 O. Tickets on sale Sept 27 to 30; return limit October 1. T, E. PURDY, Agent. BANK OF COMMERCE of ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. No Breaking-in needed AFFINITY CASE EXPERIMENTAL WELLS BEING HAS ECHO IN TUCSON in io m usr ' ..""2 " I uuiu rv 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 vui Santa Fe. N. M.. Kept. 26. After the jury had finally been completed In the Chaves-Konqulllo murder case at a special session of court Tuesday night and the trial was being pro ceeded with yesterday morning, Mother." Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 26. Accord- It I Ing to a dispatch from Toledo, Ohio, was brought to an abrupt halt by I the strange case of Patrick H. Hir- the sudden Illness of one of the Jur- I sch, the wealthy railroad builder, ors. Oarplo Valencia announced from I who, with his "affinity" Mlse Ruby the Jury box that he was too slcK to reargain, nas Deen arrested in xew go on with the case and the court York under the Illegal relationship ordered him examined by a physl- law, had an echo In Tucson. It Is clan who reported that the Juror was alleged that the six year old son of totally unfit to sit In the case. Hlrsch and his wife was hidden in Dr. David Knupp, who examined itnis city last winter wnne tne momer the nick Juror, found that the pa- I of the boy and a corps of detectives tlent's temperature was 103 and his I were making a frantic search for pulse 125. Counsel for both sides I him. Early last spring It is claimed consented to having Mr. Valencia re- I the boy was taken from here to Cal- lleved from Jury duty under the clr-l ifornla and still later to Europe in tne cuniHtances and when court recon-1 effort to keep him from his mother, vened after the noon recess the work I With the child part of the time, ac- of securing another talesman to fill I cording to the detectives, was Miss the vacancy was begun, owing to tne I xeargain, wirscn s "soul ainnuy. unexpected Illness of this Juror and I Mrs. Hlrsch claims that her husband his dismissal It was necessary to re-I ana aiiss xeargain taugnt tne cnua empanel the Jury and re-examine I to call Miss Yeargaln "mother." The the first w ltnej placed on the stand. I mother finally regained the boy In :sew YorK recently. Don't neglect your stomach. At I "Soul Mother" In Tucson. the first Indication of trouble take I The entire case la one of the something that will help i'. along In I strangest on record. Hirsch quit his Its work of digesting the rood you I wife and went to the home or Miss eat. Kodol for Indigestion and dys-1 Yeargaln, where he lived with the pepsla will do this. Bold by J. ILIglrl and her mother. Miss Yeargaln s mother has admitted taking entire charge of the affair, and says that she helped wean the rich man from his lawful wife, because Hlrsch and her daugher were "soul affinities," f with theot'zJP The flexible sole Red Cross Shoe is comfortable from ne start. The burning and aching Agricultural Colleoe Having Ttoa'ttortZTlZ Them Sunk on Mesa Near rented bv the Red Cress. It Las Cruxes. O'RIelly & Co. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. rMj.unHH sfV must Pass usuaHy so full ol lvisffl!inniTP danper and fear that she loo IMQHHuini iL to the critical hour with ap 1 UMlUHau w anddread Mother's Friend, Is to love children, and no horn can be completely happy with out them, yet the ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass usually is so full of suffering-, looks forward ipprehension by its pene trating and soothing1 properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for th ordeal that she passes through the event safely and with but .little suffering, at numbers bare testified and said, "it is worth its weight in gold." $1.00 per bottle of druggists. Cook containing valuable information mailed fre. THE BIUDfJLU) SICL'LATOR CO., Atlanta. Ca. Xatiniml Iienciip. At St. Louis: St. Louis, 3; Brook-1 who had been together In a former lyn, 1. I exigence. Because of the "soul af- At Chicago: First game, Chicago, I nnuy- iaea ma itirscn ooy was lan- 5: Philadelphia. 0. Second game, Chi-I en from his real mother and spirited cago, 0; Philadelphia, 6. i to l ucson, wnere u is ciaimea ne was At Cincinnati: One nnati. 5: Bos- I taught to call Miss Yeargaln "mom ton, 9. I er. Mrs. Hlrsch spent thousands At Pittsburg: P ttsburg. -14: New to regain her son. but was unable to York, l. I get him until recently. Last Thurs- .meirlcnn ICague. I any in rsew iorn sne cinimea io nave At ' New York: New York, 1; 1 learned of a plot to kidnap the boy Cleveland. 3. land again turn him over to his "soul At Boston: Boston. S; Detroit, 4. I mother." Then she caused the ar- At Philadelphia: Philadelphia, 6; I rent of her husband and Miss Year Chicago, 0. I gain. I lllrsclt a .Millionaire. Sick Headache. I Hlrsch. the f. it her of the boy. is This disease is caused by a de- I reputed to be worth $5.0iiu,00n. Miss rangement of the stomach. Take a I Yeargaln formerly lived In Toledo dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and I Ohio, and It was from that city that Liver Tablets to correct this disorder I shr- brought the boy here when she and the sick headacne will dlsap-1 le irm-d detectives were seeking nim. pear. For sale by all Druggists. I 'I'Iip dl-patches do not state where o I M iks e.inc:iln and the bov lived in Fresh sourkraui at Highland Meat I this cltv and an effort to Hud out the Market, corner Arno street and Coal I location today was unsuccessful. It is probable that the woman and boy uere In seclusion as much as possi ble while here. Laa Cruces, N. M., Sept. 26. (1rn-uu.) rne jouege or Agricui-i t . . , ture and Mechanic Arts, the terri-1 " StyllSil l.,rtal InaHtlirUn Im.nta.l a .Vital place, Is putting down a number of I Jl06 tJiaC S experimental wens tor irrigation I , purposes on the mesa", east of the I lOSOlut&lv fnllovA 1 1 1 LI i m o-a Tha tt rut nf (ho 1 wells is now down 71 feet. The well TOmfoticble ls 10 us ariiieu vj u. aepta ox xiiiy feet more. It is cased with cement to the water level and a twelve Inch pipe will be put down the rest of the way. At a depth of seventy feet the Rio Grande water level Is reach ed. Dr, O. H. Brown ls the contrac tor, who is sinking the wells. The real esate firm of Sattly and Baker has purchased a tract of 600 acres of land north of town about two miles, and is dividing the land Into 15-acre tracts. The firm will build houses on the land and will sell them on the Installment plan. The Mesllla Valley Land company Is developing a tract of seven hun dred acres of land just across the river from Mesllla Park. The com pany will take water out of the Rio. Urande river for the irrigation of the land. Rev. T. 1.. Lalance, pastor of the M. E. church south, left today for Alamogordo, where he goes to at tend the meeting of the conference of his church. Mrs. Katherlne Moore will leave the latter part of this week for a visit ot two months at ner old home in Kentucky. Tne new public scnooi Duiiuing ai Mesllla Park is completed. The building is very much needed for ad ditional room, ror tne rapiaiy in creajfiuar school enrollment. The new college Y. M. C. A. build ing will be. commenced at the agri cultural college the first or next week. The building ls to cost 115 000, and is to be paid for entirely by private subscription. It will be the first college Y. M. C. A. building west of Kansas City. The board of regents has leased the association the grounds for the building, just outside the campus. w. re. Baker, tne manager or me Las Cruces Telephone company, 1s doing some extensive improvements n the plant The omce win oe en larged and cable will be put in from the centcal to all the main leaaa. ;nables a woman to be on her Feet for hoars at a time with :omfort. MMhers ftlmi Stomach troubles heart and kidney ailments, can be aulckly corrected with a prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr. Khoop s Re' storatlve. The prompt and surpris Ing relief which this remedy Immedi ately brings is entirely due to Its re storative action upon the controlling nerves of the stomach, etc. A weak stomach, causing dyspep sia. a weak heart with a palpi tation or intermittent oulse. always linearis weak stomach nerves or weak heart nerves. Strengthen these In- xide or controlling nerves with Lr. hhoon s Restorative and see how quickly theae ailments disappear, Dr. Shoup of Racine, Wis., will mall samples free. Write for them. A test will tell. Your health ls cer talnly worth this sin pie trial. Sold t'Y an iruggltts. No. Si, KiJ Otm Paum Celt Bluckm U-OO xfords, $3-5 ligh Shoes, $4.00 Let us fit you. WFA. CHAPLlh 121 AmUromd Annum extkmw to rKPosrroRs kvkry rnornn acccwmodatiox AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS. CAPITAL $ 150,000.00 Offlcrn and Directors: SOLOMON LfNA, President. W. S. STIlK KLKIt, W. J. JOIIXSONv Vice President and Caatiler. AsxiHtant Caahter. WILLL1M MoINTOSII, J. C. DALDRIDGC, A. M. BLACK WKLL O. E. CROMAVELL. MONTEZUMA TRUST 0. ALBUQUKRQUK NSW MEXICO Capital and surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAYINGS DEPOSITS On FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO OrrtCKR AND OIRKCTOR JOSHUA I. RATNOfcM . PrfMt M. W. FLOURNOT Vic Pmldant FRANK IfcKJU ,...Calil X. A. FROST , Assistant CasbJw H. F. RATNOLDI Director u. m. ompomirottr Authorised Capital tEOO.MMf Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $2W,80O.M Depositary Isr Atchison, Topeks k Santa Fe Railway Company 1 WHEN YOU WANT MONEY CAREFULLY LOOKED AFTER DEPOSIT YOUR FUNDS IN THE STATE NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE INJsVVVB's GROSSp KELLY & CO., INC. THEY MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD! PAIN Never disorder your digestion or make life no longer worth tha liv ing. Writing about cakes, plea and other pastry from our ovens. Care- ftdn fa ths hssd-psui yw.hr;i, fully made from high class mater nln UoonsMtlon Mtln Is blood prjur"-ootnui0 iMususll? ai iout so M7t Dr. tiboop, anl to tals why ahouldn t they be goodT LUS?HbbT Everybody knows about our bread. eoii blood orauurs wy from p:n centers. WhatT You don't? Better get ac- KMS nualnted. Heavy, Imtiure blood nukes a n.U'My, il tn jly complexion. head ui lies, n.iu'tf.i, indigestion. Thill blood r.uke you weak, pale, sickly. Hur ilock Itlood bluer! makes the blood rich. red. pure restores perfect health. It rou hT beadscb. n l diooq pn-um. II I.' - ..;. .. 1 with wnnwll. B&inA CADSH. II you sra tleeple-, rwtleis, nerreo. Il Wood eonstlon blood preuura. Tbt urlr 1 a jte.rtuli.i 1': I " Bhran'a tfld&Clie TftblttU MOD It in JO minutes, snd tba tablets suiujI dlsulbuta JSM1 Mill ISH1 11 UltMM aS rimm 1 I . I .nrt rinacn'tlt et red. and swell, and psia yout' Ol eourss 1 does. H's coo, seMlon. blood preuurs. You'll find It wbers pain Wa aoU at 'A uau. aad euearfuUy rooommand Dr Shoop'8 Headache Tablets "ALL DRUGGISTS" PIONEER BAKERY 107 Sooth First tili-wet. Every Woman uuurrria ana tooaia kdow about tha wonderful iMARVELWhirlingSprsy I BOW ftlSJIBBl 7 r-T". lti(. It CsCAIiatit 5:itsuiUy -Hilar. if he ciinut tui'pir the ilivil. , , i.t n alli.r. hilt b-nll Blaliiii fur 'lliuinml buok-vkli'il. It sim full tiarUoalHrt aud ilire'-l oii m. niM.I'iliulM. UlllMLIH t..r;ti9ii..n:vv wl. Wholesale Grocers Wool. Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS GROSS. KELLY & CO., INC. "OLD aXIi.BUD." ESTABLISHED 1171. il. B. PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE GROCER FLOUR. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carriaa tba lara-eat and Moat Kxclusiye Stock of Btapla Orocaiiaa U Ut Southwest. FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD AVENtrm. ALBUQUERQUE, N. 1c. mc9Q09omo909omcmomcmo9oo OwOwX3wOwOeOSXDww Convenience - Comfort - Security no telepbooei makea tba ,atlea Ucfater, ttie oarea leaa and the worries fewer. The telephone preserves your health, prolenfa yew LUa and protects yon home, TOU KELJ A TELEPHONE IN YOCTt IIOMR THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. fj