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Tuesday, July 19, 1910.
PASO HERALD MEXICAN IS KILLED IN CARTHAGE MINE Fell Down Shaft Dying In stantlyCountry Roads To Be Repaired. San Antonio. X. L, July 19. Ramon Carroso, a Mexican miner, was instant ly killed In the Carthage mine by fall ins down the shaft. A brother, who tv as working xvithin 40 feet of Mm ran to him as he fell, but the man died be fore he could reach him. At a coro ner's inquest held here it was deter mined that death had been accidental. The deceased and his brother came here a few months ago from Mexico, sirce which time' both had been em- plt- ed at the Carthage mine. The board of county commissioners i v ill take some steps at the next meet- , jus to arrange for making a good road. ,....... sn Antonio and Socorro. Thtre is considerable travel over this stretch of roadway ana at tnree ui ii points It is hazardous. Miss Felice Hilton, of San Antonio, i. ..,.. - Mmnlnir trio at Rosedale f r several days, accompanied by -Miss Bovers, of San Marcial; Jaiss amuey. ui Socorro, and Miss S. Scott, of Magda- lena. , . ,,, George H. Justice, formerly agent of the Santa Fe at this point, has been transferred to Fiero, N. M. He is suc ceeded here by P- H. Lacy. CoL A. H. Hilton, who has returned from a tour of different states, will commence work on a. new hotel, bank and store here. The bank will, have many local men among the stockhold- The Newland railway, of which Fred Ixmcks Is superintendent, has haa many new improvements made lately, and the road Is now In fine shape. David Baer, president of the local school board, states that last year's -work was the best In the educational history of San Antonio. SANTA FE 3IEN-ICANS ARE HELD ON ROBBERY CHARGE. Santa Fe. N. 3L, July 19. Florenclo Apodaca. Ben Tucker, Ezequlel Cortez and Adolfo Quintana were held ior the grand jury' -on the charge of highway robbery and assault with a deadly weapon, being charged with having held up Sabino Salas at the point of a gun within the city limits. ACCUSERS ARRESTED IX V RAID AT VAUGHAN. Santa Fe, X. M., July 19. Twenty five persons were arrested at Vaughn, Guadalupe county, charged with viol ating the Sunday closing law, and other saloon restriction laws. One of the peculiar developments was that several of the persons arrested were among those who had complained of conditions and were therefore responsible for the raid. HITCHCOCK GOES TO EUROPE ON VACATION Frank H. Hitchcock, postmaster gen eral, who roccntl Filled for Europe on a brief vacation. Mr Hitchcock said that the departimnt had saed $10,000,- and an order, check or certificate of in debtedness, issued to laborers in the employ of the Shannon Copper com pany. It appears that the company, follow ing a long established custom, has been issuing checks or orders in payment of wages, and. when presented at Taylor's store, the amounts due were deducted, and at times other orders given redeem able in merchandise. The "Boleto law," which prohibits tho issuance of tickets, is held to include the system of store ordecs, and the present case will very likely develop into one of test on the specific meaning of the law. The system of store orders is followed by several mining compa nies in Arizona. ENGINEER'S DEATH STILL A MYSTERY. Colonel Silas G. Comfort, whose body was recently discovered in Crum creek, two miles from Chester, Pa. The discov- 000 since the first of the year and that this sum would probably be doubled by the end of the year. Mr. Hitchcock said that the receipts of his department had been increased 10 per cent and expenses increase, only 4 per cent. BOLETO TEST CASE WILL ' BE HEARD IX TOMBSTONE Indictment Charges Minlngr Company Employes and Merchant With Vio lating; Territorial New Law. v Tombstone, Ariz., July 19. The first caseof its kind to be tried in the terri tory of Arizona as the outcome of the indictments returned by the last grand jury of this county against H. H. Dyer, superintendent, and P. M.j McDonald, bookkeeper of the Shannon Copper com pany's interests at Gleeson, and B. A. Taylor, a merchant of that camp, for alleged violation of the "Boleto law," will be called for trial here. The Indictments aljegle the issuing of store orders unredeemable at face value GOVERNOR MILLS NAMES DELEGATES TO MEETINGS Santa Fe, N. M., July 19. Governor Mills has appointed the following dele gates to the American Prison associa tion at Washington, X. C, September 29: E. McQueen Gray of Albuquerque; Harvey M. Shields of Dawson; Mrs. John R. McFIe of Santa Fe; Mrs. J. W. TVillson of Roswell and Rev. B. F. Sum mers of Estancia. He has appointed the following to the National Good Roads association at Ni agara Falls, October 29: Pitt Ross, Albuquerque; J. "W. Stockard, Roswell; E. N. Burch, Raton; A. E. Curren, uio vis;Martin Lohman, Las Cruces; E. P. Bujac, Carlsbad; R. DeGraftenreid, Yesb; Romuldo Duran, Lincoln ;C. N. Cot ton nnii.in- O .1 TVfrlrLkG. Silver City; Juan Natorro, Mora; A. B. Fall, Three Rivers; Donald C. Stewart, Tucumcarl; Thos. D. Barnes, jr., Tierra Amarillo; T. J. Molinari, Portales; E. A. Miera, Cuba; Frank Staplin, AzVec; Robert Taupert, Las Vegas; J. M Diaz, Santa Fe; A. TV. Harris, Kingston; A. D. Coon, So corro; Bert Phillips, Taos; John W. Corbett, Mountainalr; Carl Eklund, Clayton; William Berger, Belen. v AMUSEMENTS. AT THE AIRD03IE. Another large and appreciative au dience witnessed the second perform ance of "A Fictitious Nobleman" at the Alrdome last night. The vaudeville of fering to LeRoy and Shattuck In a med ley of songs and "Just fur a Girl" re ceived numerous recalls. The bill Is wellcast and the electric valentine Tfith master Joe Webster as cupid, which is by far the best novelty yet of fered, makes an evening's entertainment well worth your while. j r9 7. ESKiMfiKKfS&l S mm MINING AND OIL NEWS. coithTlet for deep ill ii shamrock and new machinery, necessary to com plete the plant, will be installed. The operating company owning the plant is the Black Range Reduction com pany. Recent samplings of the workings at the 200 foot level of the TJ. S. Treas ury mine, show general conditions to be fully as good as at the 100 fjpt level. The company is concentrating its work in opening up and blocking out ore in anticipation of the early erection of its own treatment plant. the lth level by running a crosscut from ithe main workings. This west ore body is now demonstrated to ex tend from the 10th. to the 15th level, a total depth of high grade, self-fluxing oxide copper ore. Prospectors Secure Nearby Land From Sacramento Association. RICH STRIKE REPORTED IN BLACK PRINCE MINE A rich strike is reported in the Bla- lc Prince mine in the Bradshaw moun tains, Arizona. Several samples assayd mm n. s.io-v. oc , nnn onnoft silver ner IIS UIV1I in-ai:iicm ,...... ; v. uo & " -..-"' ------ - struck some fine ore. It is the first high j Both mines are now under one manage grade found since beginning the long I ment and have records as great pro tunnel. It shows chalcopyriter bornite j ducers In the past. j and native sliver. t -- THE MANGUS COMPANY ! STRIKES RICH VEIN Silver City, N. M., July 19. -The Man- t w;t nfa. ctrilm in thp Str drill hole In l - j,uuu V w--v- - . ,, ,T TT "nnlfA Tif X A. "Rrpnt. cinita.lists I tt..,.i.i o-niii i rha Titrrn mnnntnlns. I and oil men of San Francisco, Cal., have i The strike was nade at a depth of 700 ,, - x- , . x t ' -r i feet. The drill has? been In ore from a i dnnh nf ?Kft fft hut at 700 feet the I Earl A. Mayo of Alamoordo, to j ore ,ncreased greatly in quantity and drill a jrell for oil at Shamrock, j In jts values in copper. New Mexico, formerly known as Camp n'u drill is novr down 740 feet, which The well is to be. put down lo00 is probably the deepest working In the Lake has re- City. The well is to be. put down 1500 is probably the deepest feet and the contract price for the work Burro mountain district. is $2500. It is 3tipujated that if oil is Superintendent H. A. IS f.DUU. Xx. is aiipuiaieu liixl il uh - developed in commercial quantities, ! Capt. JUayo is to receive a oonus ol 51500. The new well will be drilled about 20 feet from the original drill hole where oil 'was reported to have been struck, which Is within 200 yards of the track of the El Paso & Southwestern railway. turned from an "Inspection of the Su perior and Boston and Miami mine3, J uuiir uiuut-, .'iiii. NOTED LECTURERS FOR SCHOOL NEAR SANTA FE Santa Fe, N. M., July 19. The an nual summer school of the School of American Archaeology of this city op ened in the Rito de los i'rljoles canyon, 20 miles west of here. Dr. Ergar L. Hewett is in charge ana among the lecturers will be Charles F. Lumaiis, John P. Harrington, F. "W. Hodge and other noted ethnologists and archaeologists. ery created a sensation. A coroner's autopsy showed that he had died from drowning. The examination eliminated the theory of suicide and left the police still In doubt whether the colonel fell into the stream or whethor he was at tacked and hurled to death by assail ants. He was professor of engineer ing at the Pennsylvania Military col lege. He was a graduate of Syracuse university. His recent appointment to consulting engineer of the city of Ches ter made manv enemies. R. M Allgood has been named con ductor and Guy Bunting brakeman on the new run on the S. P. between Tuc son and Nogales. The run is a mixeri service train Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Mob- Coddling L1VB OAK INDICATIONS CONSIDERED FLATTERIXG Prosnectincr in the Live Oak mine re- The drill was stuck in the old hole and veals constantly ncreasing o bodies the operators were unable to extricate f of commercial value Ever drill It. This-was on a 40-acre tract owned i hole confirms the belief In its extensile bv the Sacramento Deep Well assocla- I ore area. The result of the drilling op-.- - Pmtnns at this mine has Droved an area 1600 feet from east to west and S00 feet wide from north io south, and from 100 to over in depth or thickness of commercial ore. A safe estimate complished is that about 10,000,000 tons j of ore are aeveiopea. I If you "want the best I meats at the lowest I prices, call Iflnitz Market 1 9 IS Rnth Phones ! tion. Relinquishments have been made by owners of oil placer claims adjacent to the well, and Brent & Duke have re located them. One of thesexrelinqu5?h ments was made by the Sacramento Deep Well association. . Frank M. Leeland. of Phoenix. Ariz., has gone to Shamrock, where he is In terested in development work. a by Congressmen A measure to protect the people f people against the biggest and most was butchered by cowardly Congress- j hurtful trust we have. men. and saved by a brave president j The authorities to whom honor is due for his protec tion. $200,000.00 was to be appropriatea for use by the Dept. of Justice in pros ecuting offenders against the Sherman Anti-Trust law, which is Intended to protect men at work, whether they be working with hands, heads, or both. Protect them from "combinations and conspiracies In restraint of trade.'" That means combinations of men who conspire to prevent other men from earning a living. forget there are about thirtv million -workers In this country and only about 1,700,000 mem bers of the Labor Trust and that most of them are coerced into membership. How can the authorities answer to the vast army of 2S million free work ens, farmers and householders (vhose affairs are from time to time Inter fered with and who have to bear the loss of wages and the general heavy loss of slopped industries brought about by the leaders of the Labor Trust in -t-boi-r- mnrannlaHnTi nf Tripn ?pkinr to Two or three large oil companies might drive them Into fee-paying slavery? "combine and conspire" to freeze out j The 2S.000.000 workers, not members a small dealer. j of the trust, object to being driven "Ho Tiilk a rlcrht to conduct- a busl- j from work or having R. R. trains stop- r,oeo QTirt arn a living: for his family ' ped with all the far-reaching losses. ar,a honld have nrotection from "com binations" which "conspired" to ruin hiai. . ,, , It lso applies to "combinations' or workmien who "conspire" to drive other workmen from mork. The great "Labor Trust" has been seized by certain men who now have control. They force every member to pay fees, which aggregate several hundred thousand dollars a year. They intend that no men who refuse to pay fees to them shall work. "Whenever Independent men or those who form their own union seek to work, the big trust orders strikes on me juuo, iu i.vm.k.1. ."c x . man or indenendent union men out of I -r--ir t,Tin tiiov iom hft bic trust and , ered pay fees to the leaders. One illustration will suffice: On June 22nd, 1910, the N. Y. Build ing Trades Council (part' of the Labor Trusts declared a strike of all trades on a 12-story building at 35th and 6th Ave., because of the employment of members of an electrical union, not members of the trust. "Work on the entire building was stopped. The Sec'y of the "trust" said that general strikes would be ordered on every building where the "obnoxious electricians" are employed. These electricians belong to a union formed under the arbitration plan some time ago and kept their jobs. The employers afterward contracted, under pressure, with the big trust and were told to and did order the independent union to join the Labor Trust. The men refused because they did not like the trust methods of coercion, bullying, slugging and general violence. This is only one illustration of hun dreds of cases where the trust "con spires in restraint of trade." That is, by combination they con spire to and do stop iwork, interfere with industry, and prevent men from or the street cars stopped and "men and women prevented from getting to and from work, or factories istruck and perhaps destroyed, the weekly pay roll stopped and the sustenance of at least part and perhaps all of a community withdrawn. The great Philadelphia street car strike was forced by the big Labor Trust, not on account of vwages and hours, but to throw out about 4000 men who had their owji union, a peaceable one. These men did not want to pay fees to the trust leaders and be subject to their whims po they formed their own union for self protection. Thereupon jthe big trust called a strike, blew up and hnrned-cars. attackedand slauefht- men, kept people irom getting V (the Labor Trust side and thus im preses the members of Congress with the belief that the whole mass of .labor ing men are crying for exemption from niin1;hmpnt for law-hreakinrr. In this particular case the President induced Coftgres to reconsider the vote and protect the masses from the pro posed tyranny. Don't forget the isue. The Labor Trust leaders called for exemtpion from prosecution when they break the Jaj of conspiracy and they thus sought to be free to drive millions of free workmen into idleness. These, freemen will not soon forget the effort of their representatives in Congress to force ithem into he irksome slavery of the big Labor Trust which seeks to dictate first, monthly fees, then, when and where they can work, for whom, or what wages and how long. That kind of "hand tying" is not relished by ihe millions of free men or by thousands of "tied" men now forced into membership in order to get jobs and not be sluerered. vet they are or- dered on strike from time to time and made to boycott, picket and act a? law breakers at the behest of the leaders fighting to hold power over 1,hem. "How can the citizen and free jnan 'protect himself?" "Write to your Congressman and Sen ator. (Address them at home now.) Say "WhWever any measure comes up. presented by the Labor Trust leaders and intended to give them more power over us. and restrict our liberties. please protect us by voting it down; analyze each measure carefully ana vote only for laws Intended to protect the great majority of your constitu ents in their freedom, uncontrojed bv any set of men either of capital or labor. It is dangerous to give any combination privilege or power o d.c tate to other citizens. "We wiU sup port 3'ou If you protect us., but we must put in a representative who will de fend the majority of the peopie if you refuse." "Write him and write him now. Don't sit in silence and permit your liberties to be takon from you because the big Labor Trust, supported by fees, stirs its local managers to cantinud activity, while the plain every day citi zen says nothing, having no organiza tion. Experience in the past has shown that the great big factor known as the "common man" may not be so quick as local Labor Trusl leaders to write his Congressman for protection, yet he reads and votes; that is why many a candidate who thought he could help push through trust laws of eit'ier Capl- ANOTHER BIG STRIKE AT COURTLAHD GAMP Curamings Woleott Prop erty Has Value Copper Queen May Buy. Courtland, Ariz., July 19. The excite ment continues in Courtland over the reported discovery of gold qre in a vein 12 feet wide, all miml bearing, on the property of Cummings & Wol cott, of Tombstone. The Copper Queen company has sampled the vein, taking 35 sacks of ore for a mill run at Doug las, to determine whether- to purohase the mine. The hanging wall Is porphyry, while the supposed foot wall is lime stone. But tne lime stone is suspected of being an interloper and not the true wall, for It is said to carry much quartz which has gold values. The 12 feet of ore betwen these walls is all of one kind, except some rich stringers, a sample of which It is claimed assayed ?13,00iL per ton. This came from the depth of 100 feet, from a streak carrying gold, silver and lead. BIG- DIVIDENDS FOR PHELPS, DODGE & CO. In the securities holding class. Phelps, Dodge & Co. lead for the present year with a total of $2,426,730 in dividends? Its nearest competitor in this class for the year is the Amalgamated. McGulIough's SANITARY efienery ! Coiif i On the shady side of Oregon St., opp. Postoffice. Quality Sweets. Properly served. Phone Orders Promptly Delivered. Bell 1000. ' Auto. 1158. BURRO MOUNTAIN" MINES RESUME ACTIVE OPERATIONS Kelly, X. M., July 19. The new -nruir. mill hor. hoii nm r1fred nnd is UiAU1 0 "WW.- WV .-... V , in full operation, turning out a large nv Ynnr Tallf AlTlTa Tlf KPfr amount of concentrates In sulphides. It 1 DUJ I OUr aiUOfflid AlCrJEL Is said that the capacity of the mill will soon be increased. The Mistletoe Mining company which has a large gronp of claims with a fine showing, is replacing its mill and" will begin mining. BIO ORE SHOOT FOUND " IN OLD DOMINION MINE The Old Dominion management re ports having cut its west ore body on dWf Ffaj. inaieall b v-.srA.-.f ?rV 9 rr tcaiTK rr " "- --- STOMACH As Far As Pizmo Beach. The ideal pleasure resort of all coast beaches on the Pacific coast. In San Luis Obispo county, Cal., half way between Los Angeles and San Fran cisco, on the Southern Pacific Coast Line; 5 trains daily from Los Angeles. FIrstclass hotek Tent city in conjunc tion. Pleasure and comfort and all kinds of amusements. Pizmo Beach Is the safest beach to bath, and tht most beautiful, the widest and longest- on the west coast or me unitea otaiea. You can eltm- chances I Special weekly and monthly rates to spell 'from some BITTFPSWT . ,lver III LflJor bowel disor der by taking i the Bitters promptly. It is 1 for Poor Appetite, Indigestion, Cramps and v Diarrhoea. uests. Now under new management. SL PIZMO RESORT CO- tgiHBifi J...M,lr-ngiillgi 1 Hiirfs,t fe s .ymphalg!!! Nature's own rem edy lor depleted nerve force; far ez haustloa; for de- 9 eility; for insomnia; now prepared in most hienly elSca ceous tablet form. $2 per box. Lasts one month. Sold in "El Paso onlr by Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel. Stoat L I IPiSMl in and from work, forced their other slaves to quit work and cost the people of Phil, several million dollars and untold suffering and inconvienence solely for the purpose of "showing" them the power of the Labor Trust to "force" people to '"imind" and force these indpendent men to join the trust, "obey" and pay fees to the lead ers. v That i& a serious state of affairs in this free country and is enough to awaken every American to the nec eslty of curbing such men In their insane race for notoriety, power and fee-gathering. Citizens want industry, commerce and wages to continue without Inter ference from any set of men either employers or employees who seek self ish gain to themselves alone, without regard to how much all the. people out side the trust may be inconvienced and damaged. The trust leaders, to make stronger their control of members, fight valiant ly to De auoweu to uujtuu imu tuiispnc 1 -- . , . , , to ruin all free citizens either employ-! tal or Labor, seeking gain or control ers or workmen who do not pay fees to the trust leaders. Therefore when this $200,000.00 ap- ustrv, ana prevent men xrom . , .,,, .. . ,, - '' - - I nrnnr attfin Mil IaTTH 11D theV delUJTed fTrSf Congress with demands to exempt corn to the trust leaders. binations of labor from prosecution if There is perhaps never one single . broke the law and . Startl! ng as it day in a year but what the Labor 1-. over a hundred Congresmen Trust is engaged somewhere m America, vot-ed tQ sQ exempt them. In other in "restraining trade,' preventing men vords voted to permit one set of men from working and stopping the f low Jt break the law and dominate the of Inrtricii-i-i.' ?Cn trn.st in this eountrv I , t .. i.i v-n,. u great majority ui cuiciis, iuiuc me breaks the law one-tenth as many times, or takes the bread from men's mouths as frequently as the Labor Trust. Xo trust has ever "restrained" such volumes of work or stopped the pay ment of so -much money. ( Xo trust has maimed and killed so many men or blown up and destroyed so much property and yet the attorney general has been held back from pros ecutions for some unexplained reason. "WTiat does a workingman care about the prosecution of the oil trut when the big labor trust keeps him out of work every now and then. - Suppose yon write Pres. Taft and ask why the Att'y Gen'l does not protect the majority must keen the law and sub mit to the damage, losses, insolence and idleness put upon them by the comparatively small band of trust mem bers. "Why iwere these Congressmen cow ards?" you ask. Because the trust managers sent word to their local man agers in all parts of the country in structing them to fire in letters and telegrams to Congressmen whenever a bill to give the trust more power Is introduced. The great mass of citizens who are to be tyrannized over have no organ ization to warn them to notify Con gressmen of their wishes and so the heavy fire conies from but one side of the average citizen has net defeat when he comes up for reelection. Xo one leads the common people but they are neither fools nor children and they are at least 90 percent in the ma jority. Many new and peaceful organi zations of labor are being established free from the fee hunting tyraany.of the big Labor Trust. One of these, The Xafl Trades and Workers Ass'n, with headquarters at Battle Creek, Mich., recently offered Ex-Pres. Roosevelt Its Presidenc;'. The Ass'n hadn't means en nigh to pay a suitable salarj' for his great abil ity and moral worth. I became so strongly impressed with the honesty of purpose and progressive principles of this labor organization that I considered it worth while of fering him $100,000 a year if he V0Uld accept- This organization take-.-? in many of the best skilled workers m various crafts. They are pledged to no strike, no boycott, picketing, coercion nr vio lence of any kind. They present the'r cause peacefully and with d'gnlty. If settlement cannot be made, the case goes to a carefully selected board of rpediatlon. When the facts are brought out in friendly conference a settlement is reached in a great ma jority of cases. If not. the facts on both sides are given the local nress and thus the citizens of the commun'tv become entirely conversant with the matter and public opinion sleps in. It's hard for either side to stand for a wrong, with the great weight of public opinion opposed. Up to the time of the medST'tor: pro ceeding the men keep at work and the flow of money through the commurity is continued. If, thereafter, -.hey foci they can do better elsewhere, they have a right to withdraw 5 percent of the men each day and go to j lob Let ter liked but they make -no objection s.o the employer putting new men in the places they leave. It seldom comes to that. The practical working of ihe plan shows the industries go on and the em ployer holds his time-tried men to him on any reasoi.able terms and they and he are friends working together whereas if they settled by the club and force, hate would invariably follow, greatly to the detriment of the Indus try and the men personally. I Tho Trades nnd Workers Ass'n .3 ! growing rapidly among some of the best workmen in America. It marks a new epoch. Let workmen write the Trades and Workers Ass'n, of Battle Creek, Mich., for a constitution and bylaws and study the new peace movement. Practically all real workers dislike to have their negotiations conducted by strikes, violence, hate and general disturbance, but the noisy ones have gained control of the big Labor Trust and they force the peaceful .ones, and by such methods have brought much odium on the name of Labor. A better day is coming. A day of peace and steady prosperity for the workers, but it will be delayed by cow ardly" Congressmen if they mistakenly vote to put more power in the hands of the trust loaders and make them im mune from orosecution when they boy cott, slug, bum and dynamite, using such means to hold workmen In their power to extract monthly fees from them and to force the rest of humanity to "obey" them or take the conse quences. It is high time the people were protected by the strong arm of the law. . Header if you want to retain your freedom talk plainly to your Congress men and Legislators. Remember the high, priests of the Labor Trust are alwaj's busy hounding Congressmen to pass new laws to protect them in their attacks on workmen and citizens. Do your duty-and compel your repre sentatives to protect you. If they don't respond, see you are at the polls and cast a vote for the man who has first agreed to stand by the majority and give "exemption" and special privilege to no tight and snug combination of either Labor or Captital. Guard y-OUr sacred personal liberty actively and atall times, for the inter ests which would like to harness you are busy day in and day out. Permit no set of men to gain power to force you to buy only what they order, hire only those men they name, also to order when you can work, where, for whom, at what wages and how long. Fail in watchfulness and you will drift into humiliating servility from which it will be difficult to free your self. This is a time when individual lib erty is being attacked. Guard yours as iou would your soul. There's a Reason. S C. W. POST. WHITE OAKS DISTRICT REPORTS MINING ACTIVITY Eagde Company Has Good Output: Cnr- rizozo Visitors Numerous; Rainfall Reported General. Ca.rizozo. X. M.. July 19. Work has again been resumed by the Eagle Min ing company at Parsons, 120 tons of ore is being mined dally and run through the stamp mill. The mining industrj- ts more active in the White Oaks district at the present time than for a number of year?. Sev eral mines that have been dormant for a long time are again being operated. "Felix Guthrie, who ha? been wim the Hollands Brothers rug Co.. for the past four years, has resigned his posi tion and gone to El Paso. Storekeeper Tom Davis, who ha been away on a two weeks' leave of absence. smnt In U Paso, has returned. Mr. and Mrs. Kilgore Collier have re turned to Tucumcari after a brief visit here with Mr. Collier's mother. Mr?. F. W. Graney entertained at cards in honor of Miss Elizabeth Car son, who i visiting here from Kl Paso. Mrs. F. W. Brockway has reutrned to Carrizozo after an extended visit wltn her parents at Picacho. Miss "Tnv Rnvkins. of Greenville. Tex.. has r&turned from the Ruidoso countrj' where she wa the guest of Mrs. A. J. Rolland on a fishing expedition. The new addition to Rolland Bros. store is completed and will be occupied as a men's furnishing department. Heavy showers have fallen all around Carrizozo the past few days, but the town has been entirely missed by the rain. ' Wm. F. A. Greek is here from Lin coln arranging his bu iness affairs prep aratory to moving to Albuquerque where he will engage in the practice of law. Miss Allie Johnson is away on a va cation, which she is spending with the Reiley camping party 011 the Bonito. John A. Haley will go to Chicago and Milwaukee. L. Barnes Chase is in Oscuro having repairs done on his ranch house. Railroads, Steamship Lines, HcteUTEtc., throughout the world honor and accept the "A. B. A." TRAVELERS' CHEQUES. Very easy to negotiate, because Self-identifying. Not available to finder or thief, in case of loss or theft. Convenient denominations. Take them, on your trip. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, El Paso, Tex. iTllalThtfwrM---'V '-ffiP?F jPMyMwuHiiu" ' Vf'J.yfc ? SMBiHftnBKMKM'J Mi 1 in . steammtKtaasaatsimKmmsmsmmmamBammmsmammBBiaamaaasiBKmBmmmmBmammBmammmKm 3 SUNDAY AVORIv AGAIN RESUMED ON THE 31 1 AM I COPPER .MILL Plnns Made to Complete Work on the Conipnnj's Mill by January, 1011. Knee Smoke-stack In Place. Miami, Ariz., July 19. The Miami Copper company has resumed Sunday work on all construction operations. Superintendent Gottsberger plans- to have tho big concentrator in operation by January 1, 1911. There is not an idle mechanic or carpenter in Miami and work on the mill is progress ing rapidly. The mammoth smokestack is completed and is receiving the out side coat of plaster. The stack is 200 feet high. The concentrator is rapidly assuming shape and an army of painters and car penters is closely following the iron workers as they place in position the massive pillars and girders of the structure. C R. MOREHEAD, President- GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier. JOSEPH MAGOFFHT, V. Pres. C. N. BASSETT, Vice Pres. L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass't. Cash. State National Bank ESTABLISHED APR6., 1881. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 175,000. A. Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY. r BLACK RANGE .MINES CITY NATIONAL BANK v 1 EL PASO, TEXAS TTNTTED STATES DEPOSITARY Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00 OFFICERS AND-DIRECTORS: TJ. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons A. G. Andreas E- Kohlberg b. Blumenthaj J. F. Williams J- H. 3tfa7 YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED m 1 I 3IAKE GOOD SHOWING Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co. Phillip xbunc 31111 Being: Rebuilt; High Grade Ore In Silver 3Ionument U. S. Treasury Makes Showing:. Chloride, N. M., July 19. Messrs. Sohlel. Chapman and associates, of Colo rado Springs, have made the first pay ment on the Ivanhoe property and oper ations are to begin at once under the supervision of Mr. Chapman. The ores are gold-silver and copper, the copper being chiefly bornite. Rapid progress is being made in re modeling the old Phillipsburg mill. Por tions of the old maehinerv. available for j use with the new process, are retained W. W. Turner. Prest. S. T. Turner, Vice Prest. W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr. W. E. Arnold, '"ashier. F M. Murcliison, Asst. Qishier. H. E. Christie, Secy. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS Try Tlic Herald Waist Ads i