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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1008
Madame Spectator's Observations I
0 I IB
A A I
a f Million In
DALWARA. Oct. ai.-Tnn fa-
( inco MliifiH in the Hostntipa
district of tli Ij statu are now tin-
tte, Mont., find New York, for
i ni l 1 11 1 v tin i.i mi i nTirin gtt r-
y K. Craw-font, u New York
engineer who has been in thin
for nearly three months, ropro-
tin- Daly interests in the deal
igned tlio contract in their he-
The option was given by Mar-
Cnrdonii of this city, who havo
the mines for a number of
Santa To man "nnciomla do ben
" where the ores of tho Cinco
havo been treated by tho patio
m. 14 lint Ifmlitflm! in (tin (amI
i long distance from tho mines,
tho event tho purchase is mndo
inn ninni nnnr run nrnnnrr ad
lib mil iiiiai; tir mi lllilliu 1'liriV 111
. , . . .
I Iff ' I illlTI LI1JIL. II IT IK 1 1 Ml 111 IWl
y the mines, substantial pay-
. tit "J .a. .
win do mnuu at intervaifl or ev
iL- a Yl - . tn!
iiii win. imu in i nniv nirtrt u-ii i
into alsoliitn possession of tho
in about a year,
eal is one of the most impor-
ire of the Daly interests into the
tipatilllo district would menu
to that important section of
( inco .Mi miff are' nntiguai, their
nptnent noting hark to Spanish
l I 1 1 fl lU. Hnv-sirfi I lit i r itHnfi ivfy
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wu cMiroiinti're.I tnrv, nnil the
iif tho nri iimiltiroil run lifuli in.
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i' iiiiiiitMin i iiiir iininiirii.iv mi
e ii ore mm neon i:Kvn out or tho
i nrs in aiitiir nnii i niv iiiii'ni.
work may uncover other bo-
v it iu i n i ii r it ti t ki vi ru i r
, in the event of purchase, to
a lout; tunnel that will open vlr-
i . il a l.
KMiumi wihh'i i hit jirrpcm uurn-
Crawford h n uradui.tc of tin
anil has liccri identified with hu
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timo at tho Cinco Minna during
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By catlierino Alltnan.
Vc (imrist Is o most wondrous urii
null, eapable of the most eurious im
pressioiis. WnsliiiiKton is the mecen
of then- harmless creatures, who wan
der about tho city of. magnificent dis
tances ndmlriiiK the many points of
beauty and interest. Some friends of
mine, a newly married pair, came to
the national capital on their Honey
moon. They had a glorious time and
went home imprevfed with all ' they
" Washington's just grand," sighed
the bride to me as we entered the
beautiful new station preparatory to
their departure; "so many sights of
interest ami beauty; Mount Vernon,
the .Monument, the Capitol, White
Ifoiife and Library; oh, dear, how
siiall I tell the folks at home every
thing!" "What diil you think the mot in
teresting, or, at least, what impressed
you deepest f" I asked curiously.
"Why, the city is all ao beautiful
and impressive; but do you know, the
thing that struck me most," Hlio said
after some consideration, "was a wom
an in the laud ollire the guide pointed
out to us. Her husband, years ago,
went with (leu. Greeley's polar expe
dition and was eaten up by his starv
And speaking of Washington and
tourists reminds me of a tali; they tell
on a dear old western ladv who had
ome thousands of iiiIIch to see the
apital city of the nation.
She trudged over to the Washing
ton Monument bright and early one
morning, only to discover it would be
half nn hour .before the elevator went
up. She east two or three half freight-
enml glances up, up the glistening
white side, againt which sae seemed
pigmy, and then reoiguedly took her
place ia line.
"My, my, dear me," she solilocpii.
ed aloud, "It's an awful (Ine big mon
ument, but I should have thought a
religious man like Washington would
rather have been burled iu a ceme
Exhibits Will Be In PUcb When
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n U7iii iii iniinu in ii:ji.c iiu
.t i . i It Ii .1
if In nii(HnMH. All preliminary
haH been talccn care of at thH
anil tho novcral department hu
. . 1 A L.lfA
ii 1 1 ii i n nri' in iTiiiki h i
of the several displays as tbev
t.f .1.- U.a
in Phoenix for tho past two
tt . irtsiiiiiir rniuiv inr luu iii.t
If 1 . t At norifil
fl ucromiiH. iirrivi'ii nuru iwu
and expetfts to break records in
Mill 1111'llLn III. L1IIT Alia lII.lFlllllLi
i iiiiiio in ii fiiiiii iiiiiii iiit-jii.
iiii tan nvpnni nn ni n. inw nx inr
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i n ii ii r ryiiu ii rai iiirnniiv iiii liiu
nun. ami 'inr himpuiiicu p im
r. At.tu nnflv ilnln Mi. tmlf 1 ft
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Innlnn tnii? 1 1 il nil mi I III 11 11 1 X
holds all trotting and pneing rc
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h wiNt nf thn IlKSlHAlpp . il
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automobilo contests, and it U ex
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At ii fi r awiTfi ft rnrnr i nn ikiiii liihl-
lUll 1MU nvmi v. rt
l itn mmin in Hnvflrni 01 inrau
1 bo speed trials by tho fast mid
weight car, "Koo Hird." whtcii
contracted to do a mllo in better
n SO seconds on tho 1'hoenlx track
no nmnsement ami onienninineni
vided for fair visitors thin year
exceed anything ever attempted
the fair commissioners heretofore,
Onlnf. 1jnltsin isiHJB fnT aula At
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Landlords and landladies have had
their share of trouble, from toe fa
mous .Mrs. I'odger who, according to
Dickens could never furnish enough i
gravy for the ravenous commercial
gentlemen, to the dear, rapacious old
creatures of the present day. Two of
them were confiding their troubles to
each other at the meat stand in the
"I can get along with men board
ers all right," said one, "but the
women! Oh, Lord, tney'll bent you
out in spite of yourself. I just got rid
of a stingy one that was a bird. Wiyf
lo von know, she'd take coffee every
meal and put Ave teaspoons of sugar
in her cup. At the end of the meal
she'd scrape out her cup and carry the
residue of sugur up to her room, where
she'd dry it out. And then -what do
you thing she didf She waited until
sne had a pound of it and then tried
to sell it buck to me for eofr-e A su
Still another boarder, of the male
persuasion I'm glad to say, took of
fense at his landlady for some reason.
That month her gas bill was larger
than usual. She went about caution
iiiir her servants to economize on light
and watched the jets like a hawk. The
next month it was even worse, and
idle was in despnlr.
Hut the. chambermaid who was "do
ing up" the vengeful boarder's room
made an all-enlightening discovery.
He had bought a long tube, attached
it to the gas jet, turned the flow on
full tilt, and during his presence day
and night the gus escaped merrily out
of the window. Thnt morning ho had
forgotten to disconnect ttte tube be
fore leaving the house.
in of his unshaken (nU in no'otiii
natuie. Hi- mother disliked -in
him ulieedli'd out of his few pnsiro
slims o easily and tried to Instill into
him the principle of barter, lint alas,
he came into tho house the other day ,
minus his raret cigar band specimen
and with nothing to show for it. 1
".lohn Henry, wnere is the cigar
band father gave you this morning?"
his mother impiired.
"l')h, Men's got It," was the reply.'
"Why'd you give it away, honey"
" I didn't give it to him; I tra cd
"Oh, what did you get for it" Ins'
mother asked, glad to see the eommer '
rln I spirit of the age manifesting i
self at last. i
"Viy, I traded it for an apple.",
There was a paue as the mother's
mind ran in other channels while her
eyes remained absent-mindedly fixed
on her son. He wiggled uncomfort
ably. "Milt, I I didn't get the apple,"
he finally stammered.
The parlors of a down-town millin
ery establishment were thronged with
fair inspectors mid .Madame and her
assistants were buzzing, about apply
ing their hypnotic nrts on perspective
purchasers. Some were seated before
mirrors trying on this creation and
tnat "dream;" others were Miperill
iously inpccting ehapeaux through lorg
nettei, while othere were Hitting from
bonnet to bonnet intent upon looking j
Two fashionably attired women bore !
down upon this mob of beauty, and
Madame herself waited upon them.
They were critical, almost impossible
to please. .Madame wrestled w'ith
them in spirit.
' I tut this hat has quite an air of
its own, so suited to Madame 's pi
pliant face," alio was snying.
"Don't care for all that," was the
rejoined r. "they arc all quite alcurd.
I want a small not, something rhi-.
different. Why, heie is just the
thing," and she adjusted a smart lit
1 1 ehapcau which had been .lying un
noticed upon the table. "This pleases
me; tell me the pi ice, please," the
customer went on haughtily.
.Mmlame looked at the hat in per
plexity. Then1 was not mark trnu
hie in store for some careless assistant.
lint .Madame was equal to the occa
sion. "That is an imported nat," she
said, "just in today, a month ahead
of preent styles, and the price is er
thirty-flve dollars. Reasonable for
such a design, isn't itf"
"Send it up nt once," commanded
the purchaser, opening her purse.
"Pardon me," an indignant voice
broke in, "but I should really like to
have my hat when you arc through
In amazement they faced an indig
nant little woman, plainly dressed,
who had been trying on at anotner
"I trimmed that 'imported' hat my
self at a cost of ten dollars, and"
here she cast a significant glance in
the direction of the crushed Madame
"I think I shall open an establish
in cut; it seems to be so profitable."
Are You a Lard Eater ?
Half the time when a person feels blue and out of sorts yoti may take it for
granted that he is a victim of the "lard habit." Lard-cooked food and good
stomachs are never friends for long. Lard fowl is not healthful food and no
ordinary stomach can thoroughly digest it.
Lard comes from the pig-sty; Cottolcnc from the cotton fields of the Sunny
South. Lard is greasy, indigestible, and sometimes absolutely harmful; Cottolcnc
makes food digestible, nutritious, delicious. Cottolcnc is the perfect shortening
and frying medium. It is pure and healthful. It contains not an ounce of hog-fat.
Cottolcnc is today in use by thousands of housewives who would no more
think of going back to lard than they would of reverting to tallow dips for light
ing their homes.
Cottolcnc is one of the products which pure food advo
cates always endorse.
COTTOLENEis Guaranteed vfK'occr hereby
tborized to refund your
money in case youarc not pkaicil, after having given Cottolcnc u fair test.
Never Sold in Bulk CottoUne xcUtUn mii with an .h-.
tight toptokccpitcl. in, fresh mid whole
some, and prevent it from catching ilmt and absorbing disagreeable odors,
such as fish, oil, etc.
Cook Book Free I?or 2c stamp to pay postage, we will mail
you our new " I'URK FOOD COOK BOOK"
ttlited and compiled by Mrs, Mary J. Lincoln, the famous Food Expert, And
containing nearly 300 valuable recipes.
Made only by THE N. K FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago
"Nature's Gift from the Sunny South"
It is well to he explicit in giving in
structions to servnnts, especially 10
those hailing from "ould Ireland.'
Mrs. Hrown left her eook, .Mnggie, in
charge of her household while she took
a two months' trip to the eoasi.
"Now, Maggie," she admonished,
nv..n the house clean, get .'
Hrown 'h breakfasts, and he sure to
Change the sheets on his bed every
"Vis, mum," was Maggie's smiling
Upon .Mrs. lirowu s return n no
thing seemed us it should be, but
when she chmo to inspect thu linen on
her husband 'r bed It looked surpris
ingly murky iu tone and rumpled from
"Have you changed these sheets
this weekf " she inquired gently, "they
"Vis. mum, changed 'em this morn-
in'. Sure, It's the won's turn on top
t ... t .1.. f.. tf. fulfill '
this wceK, mum, out ji i"im'
the two av them will he wornt out in
tlrely if ye don't tako 'em off soon.'
The craze for cigar bands has suc
ceeded foreign postage stamps, and
smokerH of cigars are beseiged by
youthful "collectors." Kven the lit
tle tots, too young to understand tho
fad, treasure up the bands, only to he
despoiled of them by older children.
There is a llttlo chnp on our street
who is a particularly easy prey by rca
EXPECTS REPUBLICAN TICKET
TO BOLL UP ANOTHER
By Associated Freaa
HOCHKSTKR, Oct. 31. After
week's campaigning in New York City
and state, which ended here totifglit
with a duplicate of the rousing de
monstrations inspired everywhere,
Tnft made this statement to the Asso
"The state of Now York is the most
Republican state in the United States
even more Republican than Pcnnsylva
"From every indication througli
that part of tho state above Uronx
thero will be u majority for the He
publican ticket nearly equal to that of
Roosevelt four ywirs ago.
"The Doiiiocratic majority in th
city of New York will probably not
exceed 70,000. This will ho overcome
by a Republican vote above Hroux
with such overwhelming force as to
give the Republican ticket in the Mm
pirn ntnto n clear majority 01 irom
This roseate view of too candidal
reflected each of his ten speech
In this city tonight his presence in
spired a great parade, which he re
viewed before going to the convention
hall, whero ho spoke to thousands
After the meetings hero he left for
Huffnlo, whero iio will spend Hunday
with his wife.
MONTANA FAVORB BRYAN.
HI.I.KN , Oft. .11 -Democrats pla e
Hrvnn's majority in Montana at It,
Mill, and claim the elect. on of Norns
for governor by 1,300 The Republi
ans claim the state by ,t.0(K, and the
gm crni'Mhip by ",3fKi.
Eureka Shaft Reveal
Picture Values In
(JI.OHK, Oct. 31. The Arizona (rn
mcrcial Copper company has resumed
operations nt the old incline shaft
near the east end of the Hlack Hawk
mine. Preparations were made yes
terday to open an intermediate level
below the 5th, at a depth of abont -130
feet, which will correspond with the
ISO level of the Great Eastern mine-
The vein at that level in the Hbck
Hawk is twenty-five fect wide and a
lrift will be started toward t'ae west
on a face of 7 per cent ore. The ore
body at tho old shaft has been opened
on three levels and for one hundred
fect in length, and at water level the
ore runs about 12 per cent copper.
The new intermediate level should op
en up fine ore.
The Kureka shaft, nearly 1000 feet
west of the old workings, is now down
about fifty-five feet below the C0Q
level (actual depth 575 feet). The
Vhnft is still in well mineralized ledge
matter showing some carbonate of
copper, and the last day or two ns
developed more water, which is very
encouraging. The Hlack Hawk vein
carries the best ore on the footwall
and it is probable that the Eureka
shaft has not yet penetrated the vein
far enough to develop commercial ore
At 700 feet, which should be reached
in the Eureka shaft by November 15,
another level will be opened and
crosscut at tnat depth will open the
vein in the reinriehed zone. It is al
together nrobablc that the rumps will
soon begin to drain the Hlack Hawk
vein, and that the management will be
enabled to resume sinking below the
present water level at the old shaft.
Yesterday morning's 3 o'clock shift
on tlic 1200-foot level of the Mallory
mine struck sulphides in the west
drift. Although the snowing looked
very promising, Manager McCarthy
was not prepared yesterday to say just
how important the strike really was
Oiobe has shown great Improvement of
late, the development of the Gem vein
beini: especially noteworthy. The vein
has held up well in both size ana tne
grade of ore, and shipments to the Old
Dominion smelter continue at the rate
of from two to three cars a week.
CLIPPER MINE CHIPPER.
Work Makes Oood Progress on Cherry
ana most comionatxe
cheapest In the
end because It
waterproof CatsJog free I
II. I i
ay j foyrn eft nairo u i a
TOwra Cm OA- CO IfwiTfO fCOT0 CH
.aal ir. I a al
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E.E. BURLINGAMR & Co.
assay office cassa'
EaUblUhcd In Colorado. lt(A. Samolni hi
mall or exnrcaa receive Drnmrt and oirefn
attention. Gold And Silver Bullion
Refined, Mtltd and Aapi or Iurchji
Concentration Teats 100 lb. or Cat
Load LoU. Wrllo for Terms.
tft.t73 Lawrence 81 DENVER. COM
StiadarJ rsmfdf lor Gl4t.
Conorrttota ind Runnings
IN 48 HOURS. Curt kid
I tier snd Blsddir Troubkt.
Notice is hereby given that tle 11
dersigned, owner of the Neiman gru'
of claims, and located nbvut 30 inn.-i
west of Hillside and adjoining the pa'
ented claims of Lawler Wells, it.
the Eureka mining district, Yavap-o
county, Ariz., will not be responsible
for debts of any kind contracted for
labor and improvements on said proj
erty, while it is being worked uade
By 8. J. Gnash, attorney-in-fact
" Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned owners of the mines known
as the Lute, Compromise, Hlack Mw
Aztec, Gold Note, Iowa, Maine, Olyn.
pia, Vesuvius, Surprise, Center and
Oregon, and the improvements, ma
chinery, and tools located thereon, alf
at and scar Ricbinbar. Yavapai County
Arizona, will not be responsible fo;
debts of any kind contracted for labor,
supplies or improvements on said prop
drty or any of it, while it is being
worked nnder a contract and lease, and
that said property is now being worked
under snch contract and lease granted
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KENTUCKY STANDARD MININO
By Hunter M. Meriwether, Pres.
RICHINBAR MINKS COMPANY,
By Hunter M. Meriwether, Pres.
First publication, March 20, 1007.
Journv' Miner for bigb class job work.
(From Saturday's Dally)
W. F. Fry has a force of men in
stalling a new hoisting plant nt the
Clipper mine in the Cherry Creek dls-
triCt. 1I1H DOIier, OI ninoijr nunc
power capacity, is now on the ground.
When the plaut is installed develop
ment on a larger scalo than ever be
fore attempted on tho property will
The mine is located sixteen miles
east of Dewey, the nearest railroad
station. It had n good record as a
gold producer in tho early history of
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