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HERALD
Jonday, March 28, 1910.
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Will- not satisfy men
and young men capable
of judging real clever
ness, authentic style is
imperative and is cre
ated Nonly by such
bouses as
GLOBE
TAILORING
CO.
The amazing
of Globe
selling power
strength
d selling power is due
to tiie excellent worn
I and finish put in their
E clothes.
I WE GUARANTEE EVERY SUIT
WE MAKE. ?
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(u El Paso, Tex. Douglas, Ariz.
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By James Forbes
Copyright, 1908, j G.
W. Dillingham Company.
novelized From Forbes's,
Play of the Same
Name by
John W. Harding
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Continued Prom Saturday.
f JefiiiJI exclusive I
I MILLINERY
I &P inthesodthwe5t- 1
Tho inv rf ihn cif Tnman whori nf- 7
-. jv, - :r . "wltn a
tne supper table he announceu nis plan
and extended liis invitation was a rich
i recompense for the sacrifice of expense
It involved, for Mallory was very fond
of her. O'Brien's satisfaction was
scarcely less than that of his wife.
Doubts and fears were dispelled as
though by magic. Mrs. O'Brien recov
ered there and then her old time ener
gy. A proposal by Mallory that they
should keep the news of their coming
from the girls and take them by sur
prise was adopted with almost childish
enthusiasm.
The few days of preparation were
busy and lively ones. O'Brien was so
glad to see his wife herself again that
he enjoyed the ordering about, admon
ishing and snubbing that seemed to be
part and parcel of all extraordinary oc
casions and from which for several
weeks he had been absolved, his spouse
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boxes, scaled frith Blue Ribbon.
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DIAMOND BHANG PILLS, for Kj
years kaam as Best, Safest; Ahrtys ReBsila
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having been too apathetic to take an
Interest in things. The trip was an
event of no small importance to both
of them. They had not been to New
iork In many a long year and had
been able to judge of the transforma
tion the city had undergone during that
period only from the descriptions giv
en by Patsy when she came home for
the holidays and from the pictorial
postcards the girls sent to them from
time to time. Such an overhauling of
long hidden and carefully preserved
treasures of the wardrobe the journey
necessitated had never occurred in the
household.
At last the great day when the trio
found themselves amid the towering
buildings of Manhattan arrived. It
was early evening when, a little tired
from their long journey, but buoyed
by excitement and expectancy, they
reached the metropolis and put up at a
hotel near Times square, where Mrs.
O'Brien arrayed herself in her gala
uttire, and Mallory telephoned to
Crawford's residence and to McGovern,
the prospective purchaser of Lady
Belle, who promptly followed this call
FINANCIAL.
J
FINANCIAL.
u"WiATii'M"yiT"inii"irryirvi"' i " m w3-
First National Bank
,' United States Depository?
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
OFFICERS AND BISECTORS:
W. W. TDENEY, Chairman,
JOSHUA RAXNOLDS, President.
James G. McNary, Vice-President. Walter M. Butler, Asst. Cashier
Jho. M R&ynoi&s, YSce-Preadent. Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. CsshSsr
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
visit. Then after refreshing
themselves with a substantial meal
they set off for the theater, the old
couple, gleeful at the thought of the
glad surprise they had reserved for
the girls and prepared to enjoy the
treat of their lives in seeing them act
It was with much ceremony and. a
proud consciousness of the attention
she was attracting that Mrs. O'Brien
took her scat in the orchestra with her
husband and Mallory. But soon after
she had settled down and looked about
her she was much vexed to discover
that she had no fan. This was an aw
ful oversight. How could any one sit
in a theater in a black silk dress and
lack a fan!
"Pat" she demanded in a stage whis
per, "didn't Oi havea fan wanst?"
O'Brien, with a very dim recollection
that at some remote period she had
possessed this coquettish article, re
plied: "Oi believe yez did."
"Thin phwy didn't ye think to bring
It?' she wanted to know.
"Oi dlsremimbered that yez had such
a thing," he answered apologetically.
"Bid yez foind it among the clothes?"
"Ye're the most coutrariest man,"
she said, ignoring the question. "Ye
nivir think av annything when it's for
me. I do belave ye'd forgit yir head if
it wasn't screwed on."
"Can't yez. use yir handkerchief or
yir programme?" he suggested.
"Patrick O'Brien," she exclaimed.
"Oi'm ashamed of ye. Wheriver did
yez learn such manners?"
O'Brien subsided, and Mallory, tell
ing them he would rejoin thereafter
the first act,, went out to seek raw
ford. Rirst of all, however? (hV re
paired to the stage door and, having
ascertained that Patsy was upstairs,
sent his message announcing their
presence in the theater.
While Dan was on his way uptown,
chuckling at the thought of the aston
ishment and delight of the girls, the
O'Briens were trying in vain to recog
nize their darlings among the array of
beauties on the stage. Throughout the
first act the mother was straining her
eyes and fidgeting and demanding of
O'Brien whether he could see their
He had to confess that he could not.
and a dime-In-the-slot opera glass
failed to aid tliem, except to the extent
of confirming Mrs. O'Brien's pronounce
ment that none of the girls was Patsy
or Nora. At the conclusion of the sec
ond act, When they had not appeared,
her growing conviction that something
was wrong became a certainty, and
with wild alarm she started out to investigate.
CHAPTER XII.
EELING perfectly safe behind
the door which already had
sheltered her so effectively and
familiar now with tne room,
Nora was seated on the bed. She was
tired of trying to listen to the con
versation she could not hear, except
as a confused murmur, and having re
gained her cemposure was waiting for
Patsy to go and intending to follow
her at once. She realized that Craw
ford had gone too far, was dangerous,
as Patsy had warned her he was and
that it behooved her' to be extremely
careful. She surmised that her sister
had come to get the note and, not hear
ing her voice raised in anger, assumed
that Crawford had succeeded in molli
fying her and that everything was go
ing along ell right She wondered at
the length of her stay, however, and
was getting impatient
(To Be Continued.
BELL PHO.VE 11G
Will get you a nice room.
MINING NEAYS.
MIXING NEWS.
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Concentrates Shipped to Bl
Paso Ore Bodies Are
Uncovered.
ELHUJK
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Assets -
$4,500,000.00
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C. 2. MOEEHEAD, President GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH KAGOFFUf, V. Pre. C. H". BASSETT, Vice Pres.
L- J. GILCHRIST, Asst Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AlfD PROFITS, $175,000.
A- Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in AH Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICASf MONEY.
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co
W. W. Turaey, Prest W. E. Arnold, CasHer.
& T. Turner, Vice Preit. 5". M. Murchison, Asst Cash.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr. H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SUBPLTJS AND PEOFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS -DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
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CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital. S150.000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
' ' OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
TJi S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg b. Blmnenthal
J. F. Williams J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
Silver City, X. M., March 2S. A ship
ment of concentrates from the Socorro
Mines company for El Paso, has ar
rived, valued at- $1500 per ton. Four
large gold-silver bricks, valued at ?6000,
have arrived from the Earnesline Mining-
companj-, Mogollon, X. M., E. Craig
being the owner of the Earnestine
mines.
This property is developed to a depth
of IJOO feet. The vein Is about 20 feet
wide at .Ms depth and much , higher
gradf Is encountered on the 1200 foot
level -than at any other portion of the
mine
The F-urnesrine mine is now in .better
rhape than ever to supply the Increased
tonnage necessary to supply the 40
stamps. The mill is ideal in every respect-
The large Corliss engine, which
is belted to a Westlnghouse 31 phase
175 K. W. generator, runs perfectly.
Good Ore Uncovered.
A large and ever increasing ore body
is being encountered in the Top mine.
TVhat the sho-wing here portends, -with
the 750 foot back, is very significant.
The face of the drift is nine feet six
inches Tvide and runs 60 grab sample.
The rich streaks are pure argentlte or
brittle 'silver, -which separately runs
?1050. The largest streak hugs the
hanging -wall, -with minor streaks dis
seminated throughout the face of the
'
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; Tlie AutHeiitic American "Wfaich
V
It is universally acknowledged that the United States has
produced the hest machinery in the World. American agricul
tural implements, electrical machinery, locomotives, clocks and
Waltham Watches lead in the markets of the World. As long
ago as the Centennial Exhibition in 1876, the Commissioner from
Switzerland visited the Waltham Watch factory and picked out
a watch at random from a lot of others. When he returned to
Switzerland he told the Swiss Watch Manufacturers that not one
Swiss watch in 50,000 would compare with that Waltham watch
he had picked up haphazard at the Waltham Factory. A state
ment even fnore4rue now than then.
We advise you to buy a Waltham Watch adjusted to
temperature and position and to buy only from a jeweler because
he can regulate it to your personal habit and occupation. Tever
bur from Mail Order Houses. They cannot have the thorough
knowledge or the equipment for regulating high grade watches.
WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY,.
WALTHAM, MASS.
Send for the "Perfected American Wateh,'our book about watches.
Extensive Development to
Be Made on the Braxton
Property.
The San Pablo Development company,
composed of El Paso people, has re
cently taken over the group of silver
mines formerly known as the "Braxton
mines." situated In the range of hills
called "the Sierras de Las Inas," in
the Bravosdistrict, state of Chihuahua.
Mexico, six miles east of Ojo Caliente.
a station on the Mexican National, 90
miles south- of El Paso. -
The names of the properties consti
tuting the group are the Willis, the
Constancia, the Tessordo Escondlda and
the Bismuth, aggregating 29 pertenen
cias, or about 75 acres of mineral
ground. These properties -were de
nounced by Maj. A. C. Braxton in 1893.
and have been owned and operated by
him. on a smal scale, till the present
time. He has taken out of the prop
erty and sold to the smelter of El Paso
nearly $90,000, doing all this unaided
by outside capital and starting -with
very limited means.
There is at this time about 5000 feet
of -work on these properties, consisting
of open cuts, tunnels, shafts and drifts,
of -which much -was in dead -work and
done merely for exploration -work.
Development.
Geologically the formation is lime
stone and porphyry, and the strike of
me mam veins are northeast and south
MIXING NEWS.
GHO ID PUT IN
REDUCTION PLANT
r!ft, Jl6 I?Sta"c? ?f tMl Stoike ath-est. ith a stock -work of smaller veins
all over the property, the dip of the
veins being nearly perpendicular. The
width of the main vein varies from two
to eight feet. Some of the lodes have
been traced over three quarters of a mile
In length.
The development -work consists of two
shafts, one of "which is down 485 feet
and the other down 78 feet, together
With some 300 ff nf crnssrmts two
! tllnn15 nf i)m,.t orn .. j nr .-
The Beadweod mine, managed by Earl I resnw,tlwlv ", t.. , "
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this depth, 150 feet below the Socorro
mine's 600 foot level. Is realized, as the
same will obtain in all the mines of the
district when this supposed sulphide
zone is reached.
Tlie Little Fannie.
In the Little Fannie some five dif
ferent ore chutes have been opened up
on the 500 foot level, by upraises,, and
on the 600 level is a breast of ore five
feet wide of $25 ore.
C. Cleveland, is the scene of great activity-
It is said to have nearly 100,000
tons of ore blocked out, though it has
orly reached a depth of 400 feet. The
ore bodies are 350 feet above the rich
strike in No. 17 of the Last Chance,
which gives some idea of the possibili
ties of the Deadwood and Last Chance
lodes, which parallel for some thousands
ot ieer ana are supposea to merge on
the Sunburst mine, which is the exten
sion of the Deadwood, south.
WELL DESERVED
'GUARANTY TSUST & BANKING CO.
a tt- i-i4- 1ttttt Anfn -Mm Tirliinrhiiil Ten uirements of
each patron is the one that appeals to persons in private life
as well as to business and -Drofessional people. It ir the con- ta
stant aim of tins institution to Tender a service to its aepusi-
tors that is suited to their personal needs. i
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Ths Praise That Comes From Thankful
El Paso People.
One kidney remedy never fails.
El Paso people rely upon it.
That remedy is Doan's Kidney Pills.
El Paso testimony proves it always
reliable. y
F. H. Wieland, 920 "Wyoming street.
El Paso. Texas, says: "I can highly
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as I
found them to live up to the claims
made for them. For a long time I
suffered from a pain In the small of
my back, so severe at times that I
could scarcely get about. My kidneys
were also disordered and the secre
tions became unnatural and too fre
quent In passage. Reading about Doan's
Kidney Pills, I thought that they might
help me and I begun their use, pro
curing a box at Kelly & Pollard's drug
store. They entirely rid me of all
my aches and pains and , corrected the
difficulty with the kidney secretions.
The fact that I have had no return of
kidney trouble since, gives me a high
opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills."
For. sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. JPoster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York." sole agents for the United
States
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
open cuts.
The character of the ore Is sulphide,
and the metals in the same are silver,
epper and a small amount of gold.
The ore will average without sorting
from $40 to $60 a ton, and. with sorting,
it .vill run as high as $250 to $300 per
ton. Some very rich ore is found in
pockets running sevpral thousand
ounces silver per ton.
Illch Ore Token Out.
In "tunnel C," on the Willis claim,
rich horn silver v?as taken out by Maj.
Braxton, netting $15,000. In vein No.
12, which crosses vein No. 25, the ore
3varagod COO ounces silver per ton. On
veil No. 19, 12 inches wide, quartz and
iron, a prospect"hole only six feet deep
yielded a bunch of free gold worth $1200.
Vein No. 24 produced ore running 543
ounces silver per ton, and vein No. 25,
running the entire length of the Willis
claim, has produced horn silver running
15,000 ounces a ton, found in quantity
at the surface.
There are various improvements on
the properties, consisting of 10 stone
houses, horse whim, windlasses and a
gasoline hoist, with capacity of 1250
feet depth, tram cars and tracks.
NEW FURNACE BLOWN IN
, AT CHIHUAHUA SMELTER.
Chihuahua. Mex March 28. The
American Smelting and Refining com
pany has put in operation the second
of its new furnaces of the Chihuahua
lead smelter, and will blow In the' other
probably next month. These will give
the plant five furnaces, and an easy
capacity of 750 tons of ore daily.
Ever since the Chihuahua smelter
was put In operation it has been taxed
to Its utmost capacity and it has been
given out that the company will .quit
shipping lead ores from here to tHeEl
Paso plant. The company has built
one aerial tramway to facilitate get
ting ont the ores frcan its own. mines
in Sta. Eulalia, 15 miles from here, and
will soon have another, a branch Hue
to another mine.
Copper Company to Spend
$250,000 For Improve
ment 'Big Ore
Tonnage.
J. iT. Scully, general superintendent
of the Chino Copper company, reports
It now has over 16,000,000 tons of ore
blocked out In its mines. The Santa
Rita is about the busiest camp in New
Mexico, as a result of Chino activity,
and as soon as the reduction plant is
completed and put in operation, the
district will take rank with the Miami
and Rny camps of Arizona, and the Ely,
Nevada, and Bingham, Utah canyon
camps, in the magnitude of its opera
tions and production of the red metal.
In the office- of territorial engineer
Sullivan at Santa Fe the Chino Copper
company has filed Its application for
3.1049 second feet of water from Apache
Tejo spring, near Santa Rita, Grant
county. New Mexico, to be utilized for
miningj smelting and other purposes,
the proposed works to cost $250,000.
This is the first announcement of
the future plans of the Chino Copper
company in regard to Its concentration
property. Drifting Is in progress on
the pay streak which has been exposed
I several feet, showing continuity In size
and values. The ore was encountered
at a depth of 120 feet below the apex
of the vein.
The mine was formerly known as the
Kent mine and was purchased several
months ago from W. C. Kent and now
work hag begun on modern Ideas.
It Is located on the Senator range, a
mile west of the Senator mihe, and half
a mile west of the old Howard mine,
which produced some of the richest gold
ore ever mined In the district.
TIG-RE TO IN3TAL
CYANIDE PLANT
Mill to Be Istalled at a Cost
of $400,000 Much Ore
in Sight.
A big cyanide plant, capahle of hand
ling 500 tons of rock a day Is to be
erected at the Lucky Tiger mine In
Sonora. There are 50,000 tons of old
tailings ready for handling when this
new plant Is Installed, which it Is claim
ed will net $7 a ton. Besides this there
is an immense tonage of ore in sight in
the -mine that will not pay to ship to
smelters under present tariff rates, bnt
which can be profitably treated by the
ber of the house "today. "I suspect that
the new plant will cost about $400,-000.
TRY DR. CHE HOfCS VEGETABIJS
COMPOUND.
MEDICINES for
hereditary debil
ity or weakness
of men, women
and children.
Chronic Blood
Poison, Eruptions
all Skin Diseases.
Rheumatism, Ca
tarrh, Heart Dis
ease, Lung Ttoh
ble. Liver Com
plaint and Con
stipation. Female Internal
trouble, Inflama
tlon or acute
pains INSTANT
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ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Offioe
ESTABLISHED 1888.
D. W. Rbcxhakt. E Jt, Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Skippers Assmga tmt
Chemical Analysis. Mines Exami4
and Reported Upon. iuMon Work
Specialtg. p.0.lox8
r Office and Labcraeory:
Cr. Su Fraiaten k fTifcii 1W1 Tit,
EL PA0. TEXAS.
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TURQUOIS FOUND
NEAR SHATTER, TEXAS.
Marfa, Texas. March' 2S. Prospectors
Kauntv v-riioVi- -tn "TfT-fn a. tiiimher of
nlo nte o-rirf j.kwi a. r.t- $v i APfltnn . s. tv; J
rVi o .! j tJ" i fine specimens of sky blue turquois
tine of procedure to secure water rights
for the big reduction works that It is
understood will be erected In the vicin
ity of Apache Tejo, on the Santa Rita
branch of the Santa Fe railroad.
PLAN TO INSTAL
30 STAMP -MILL
Ww York-Arizona Company
Pushing Work in the
Morenci District.
.T. A. Wester, manager of the New
York-Arizona Gold and Copper Mining
company, which owns a group of 30
claims near Morenci, says the company
intends to put in a 30 stamp mill to
treat the ores from the Buzzard Shadow
and Lillian claims. He reports worn,
on the properties is progressing satis
factorily. The tunnel which was started on the
Lillian claim, and is now In on the
Buzzard Shadow claim, has reached a
distance of 1400 feet. The vein which
surveys about two feet in width, car
ries gold that runs from 40 to $1000
to the ton, and also good values In
silver and copper.
Considerable ore has been taken out
and the stamp mill is planned to reduce
the ore, which will later be treated by
cyanide.
God copper showings are found on
the other claims of the company, he
says, and the prospect is good for open
ing up another big copper camp In the
Morenci district.
STRIKE MADE IN
HASSAYAMPA CAMP
Good Values in Gold Ore Un
covered in Big Ring
Property.
Reliable information of what appears
to be the richest mineral find made for
a long time in the Hassayampa district,
Arizona, has reached here. Ore carry
ing rich gold values was uncovered in
the main crosscut of 175 feet from the
face of the opening in the Big Ring j
fr.nnrl seren miles west of Shafter. It
has been known for some time that val
uable deposits of this stone existed In
that locality, but the land upon which
it is located belongs to a number ff
heirs, which prohibited Its being mined.
People here will make an effort to ob
tain permission to prospect the prem
ises and mine the stone. The larger
percent of that which has been found
has a sky blue cast and takes a fine
polish.
SAX PEDRO PROPERTY MAY GO
TO IT. S. S3IEL.TING COMPANY. I
Chihuahua, .Mex., March 2S. It ap
pears to be quite certain that the Amer
ican interests which have the option
on the great silver-lead mines, known
as the San Pedro, in the Nalca district,
for 6.000.000 pesos, are those of the
,TTnitof! states SnieltlntT. Refining and
Mining company. The mining men of
this state are very hopeful that if the
deal is consummated that it means a
custom smelter at some point in Cui
huahua Independent of the Guggen
heims. It is known that the United
States company Is anxious to get hold
of some large mines and then build one
or more smelters In Mexico. It was this
company which bought the great Real
del Monte mines at Pachuca, Mex., about
three and a half' years ago.
Custom Assay Office
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Dr. Lyman B. Sperry will speak to
the young women
Thursday evening
of
at
El Paso next
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Mrs. Kenneth Brown, with eight assist
ants in beautiful foreign costumes, will
give an interesting program. No ad
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