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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 11 April 1907

ICE QUARRIED IN THE ALPS. Swiss Communes Make Money Ship ping Glaciers. Washington. Ice quarrying la a new lnduatry that has sprung up In Switzerland, according to a report re ceived here by the consular bureau. While blasting Alpine glaciers threat ens to destroy some of the magni ficence of the scenery, 3wgg com munes are making money granting concessions for quarrying these great masses of ice for distribution in large cities of the continent. According to the Information re ceived here, large sums have been ex pended constructing Ice slides, or V shaped troughs, In which blocks of Ice, often of large slue, blasted out of the glacier are transported to the vicini ty of the stations for conveyance, In carefully refrigerated cars to Lyon, and other large cities remote from the Alps. The method of blasting with black powder so as to avoid the dis coloration and soiling of the ice, and engineering ability displayed In erecting slides and in pro viding sufficient friction by means of ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 11 April 1907

roeoector, VoU VII. 2 3(fl Too A'u MtJioa. VKKIfONT C. 8TKVENH. PlIBUSHBR, VaUred SaOH4ClaM Mutter sf the JMlRlvarvHw Mteriro(.P6etnlnT. Psskly, pf r yr .11.50 HWkfy tlx months 75 Y3llj. 1 li re- months 40 rtRii ntntnr 'HtTiiv O.a to fv. 'M for RtnMonery. IB .T' lLtK'rt mi,? h'iinpjs trip 4HlSreTl'Trwi. In. t Snuirdsy. UN W'h'Im m Or.lt- from 4.00 Hprl6tHW at H. .T. Lnoo.t OV "f?he sawmill r. T'l.e Park wms fc-wd'thirronnd'h. past week j School a. ill lefin ii.-xt: Monday hMrsEdnaGiliresthinchar,e ; "Wh'n in iiiizabotiitown. call at MS? Wiher'a inn and KPt u"squnre Mrs. JmeB Vicker is in hwe W. i' and Joseph' Mclhtire ol Me Bally Dep Tnnnol Bartlltown, returned lost al t B IWI IbMtown, retiirnerl lt wk from ittsir w 1 p 1 1 to the Pacific coast SlO Villon abath' ?rliool'meoiB jd the school 1 nihliiur irrv Sun thy at J. 1'. H Kerv iin is unit laf?n be iireavnr. am! take pnitin Hi s ifirriises KtH VCEUT ft rnnr,li at the mouth of I te 1 ffHavC.ilftix country. Jtidt-e. Mrs. OA Hal ley,...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 April 1907

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. Vol. vii BED RIVER, TAOS OOUNTY, NEW MEXIOOl THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1907 No 40. 11 11 -I, . THE NEW STORE JOHN MELKON L R. PENN MELSON & PENN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats Hay and Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Card'es and Nuts. Tobacco and Cigars. OArLL N'KEE LTg AT THE POSTOFFK1E, Organizing the Bureau of ImoiiMon. nd - Gi-usdorf -McCar t h v Company. tiKADQ carters for Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes Farming Implements and Miners Supplies Hardware and Furniture. The new mempers of the Iinmi. K-ration Bureau met at Santa ,fe last week and organized bv elect ed J. Bible, president; 0. E. Ma sop, vice president; John A. Haley treasure; II. R. lit-ning, secretary. They then voted to remove the hendquaiters of the Bureau to Albvtquarque I). A. Macpherson one of the menber.i and editor of the Albuqwerqne Journal offered the Bureau an office room free of rent, heretofore, it cost the terri. tory fifteen dollars per month for rent. Next month the...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 April 1907

Red River Pmcpprtnr ' RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. "The Tyranny of the Roof." We think of the savage tribe as liv ing outdoors, and free from the re straints which come from civilization the garment, the house and the cook. But there la a barbarism which pends its winters in huts and holes from which every breath of fresh air Is shut out. and where the stifling at mosphere Is heavy with "old shapes of foul disease." Akin to the life of the hut and the slum Is the life of the home of whatever grade where cold Is dreaded more than bad air. The farm house, the millionaire's palace and the village grocery alike shelter miserable sinners against nature's laws. The crusade against the ravages of con sumption has awakened thousands to the fact that the need for pure air is more Imperative even than the need for good food, although it speaks with a less Insistent voice. But, remarks Touth's Companion, hundreds of thou sands of housewives yet need to learn the danger of the comfortable double wind...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 April 1907

Red River Prospector HED RIVRR, NEW MEXICO. The Stage of Air Trivel. Reports of the proposed thousand mile voyage of the Aero club from the Atlantic coast to the west Indlcete tho factor on which the ballooning of the age falls down. It was proposed to voyage to nboiit the longitude of Chica go if the wind would take tho bal loons In that direction. The wind did not seem favorable, and the balloons did not start. There is a limit to the pure balloon as a means of travel. It la In the same comparative stage as those early navigators who had learned to put sails on their boats and let the wind blow them along, but had to wait in port until the wind blew In the direction they wished to go. The combination of balloon and propeller la the earlier Santos Dumont type, ays the Pittsburg Dispatch, repre sents an advance to the stage of those navigators who could progress across a side wind, and perhaps work ahead lowly under a head wind If It was not too strong. The equal of the mod ern stea...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 April 1907

( iLilesmen Who From -r.ph. copyright, bj CmlciwooU A 1'nd.rwood, N. T. Several members of congress, led by "Uncle Joe" Cannon, the speaker, ailed on the Hamburg-American liner Bluecher, the other day for a junket tb the West Indies, the Spanish Main, Panama Canal, and other points In tne West Indies. The persons en the photograph are, from left to right: Repre sentative Wm. M. Calder of New York, (not in the party); Representative James A. Sherman, Speaker Cannon; Representative J. Van Vechten Olcott of New York; Representative James A. Tawney of Minnesota and Senator Charles Curtis of Kansas. relics of catholics INTERESTING OLD CURIOS UN EARTHED IN NEBRASKA. Silver Crucifix Believed to Have Once Belonged to Friar Padilla. Who Worked Among Indians in the Sixteenth Century. Lincoln, N'eb. Throe Interesting cu rios, recently unearthed In Nebraska, and each at least more than a cen tury old, are attracting the attention of Catholic dignitaries in the United States. The three curios, a...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 April 1907

TO PB1BF FRAUD COAL fir TINuEft HIEVE8 TO be'uuntid down by gov ernment bLEUTHS. STARTLING DISCLOSURES ColorstJo It to be Freed from Fraud That Retard Progress of the Western Spirit. Denver That Colorado Is to become ne s'oini center of fraud Investigation by the fe eral government Is indicated by Hie action of the department of Justice V', ihlngton In organizing a corps w P' 'al assistant attorneys general w am n the work of ferreting out an! ii"i)h,-v aing violators of fed eral laws. Fof months rumors of fraudulent roal, timber and mineral land ent; In Colorado and other western t ati ve been countless. That th ( government plans aggressive an inn 'g manifest. That It may result In n osures so startling as to shake more 'han one wostern community f'om enter to circumfer ence seems certain. General M. Dutch, special assist ant United St" rney general, has been locatt'l In H ver for several months. It hat n li arned that he was sent out by Ihc t- i. irtment to or ganize a corps of a...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 April 1907

-ibv y-Voh vtl. ateuy-r . .. -' -.H pwrv Thurday nt Jtrt J, Taft County, Wet Mrieo. W !, i VBIMfONTi C. HTEVENS. PtlBi.rsHKK iter1M. 5iciond-C-Mttor Met j i- - ' " r RATWVOI rWRSOR.PTION. kljVPryear l-r,n ifaeklj , monrt a 7r three- months 40 LOCALS. Wrtb-Steve's, for Stationery . Tb sinw is melting; very rapi IK iee waitn nn1 wunly rJaye., Htatfcb worKiny on tin You 9eV nenivMle month of PI-hh . i asT ii on popper Hill'. H'hfti in- Rllisabethtown, il -l Blrr'eT'B Itm nod' ul a "qnar nl. Mn. James V'fkor m L MR-, The Rbd R.ver public heliod'. aptsed laa Monday for a Wiree IBsatHa and' perhaps a four nionihs Mm of eohool. Son. Bhmon S'litic.he.'of Pena1 mn hiB been appointed a Notary Jfeblir ;n and for Taos county by Aavenjor. H. J..Hagerman. - l and G. B; Crow ni it Rliaahetlitbwu, Monday. 3ir..?r:v . aother returned with fOBem RMpeod the summer in camp. FOK BENT A raneh at the mouth of' Ute reek, Colfax comity. A.idre.a, Mrp. C A. Uailey, Hterlinc:. lvansaH. J. o. Gdl has entBged B...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 April 1907

I RED RIVER PROSPECTOR Vol. vii RED ttt?8B, TVOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1907. No. 4.1 THE Is1 HI JOHN MELSON MELSON & PENN Starve and Fancy Groceries Ftr h and Salt Meats i-Sav and Grain. GENERA,. MERCHANDISE Car ' es and 'u 3. 0 VLL an'm f - rs AT itond - G usdorf - McCarthy Oompany. VB OAtlftX EVERYTHING. If yow wane M J a ("national Harvester Go's Kc." a J. I. Case thresher, a fax a John. Deer plow, a Ein v m n., .i bug e a separator a sew ing r ladhiiie. furniture, jkwuehold utensils, a rifle, hardvvare.of any it : . ''prion, a nobby suit of clothes r to date in style and work m a thiy " a suit for the boy. or a dress for the tniss, a silk or Irish Poplin dress and ac reasonable prices. for the Mrs., Of ft hot for the lady, ' TRY Til EM. BOND GUSD0RF McCARTHY CO, Taos. New Mexico. ru ni 1 - umuminan noiei, T AO. NEW MEXICO. Rates $2.oo IVr Day. Fine Sample Rooms and Good Accomidatiou. JMRS I. E. HAR IMA , Pjoesietor. IF Por Ycur REALEsr.vr ox Bi.jfS.S53 I CA...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 April 1907

lW1aWawBHeMBaKWBMWMsW Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Magnetic Pole Not Stationary. Amundsen, the Norwegian explorer, la In Paris, where he has been lion ized, made a Commander of the Le gion of Honor and brought before various scientific bodies. In his Inter esting talks he tellB much about his experiences in the polar region. In cluding his discovery of the northwest passage, through which he sailed, al though that was a secondary consider ation. Amundsen spent three years In the north, 19 months of which were devoted to making careful observa tions, day and night, of the magnetic pole. He finds that the pole is not stationary, but while he has a vast amount of data on hand the exact re BUlts have not yet been completely figured out. At all events, says the Troy Times, new scientific knqwle4ge has been gained which will be of much value to the world, oven if the northwest passage shall prove Imprac ticable for ordinary commercial pur poses. And if the pole Is an oscill...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 April 1907

sMasvasamassassassssBi OLD CANNON CAN'T BE BROKEN. OUR P03ITION A3 EXPORTER8 OF MANUFACTURES. Development of Factory Facilities Lead to Trade Advance Raw Material in Demand Here. Washington. The United States ranks third among the world's export ers of manufactures, according to a monograph issued by the bureau of statistics of the department of com merce and labor. Not only do these exports exceed $700,000,000 a year, having doubled in value In a decade, but the share which products of the factory form of the total exports is Increasing steadily. A comparison shows that in 1880 manufactures formed only 15 per cent, of the total domestic products ent abroad, while in 190G they form ed 40 per cent. With the rapid in crease of population in the United States and consumption of natural products the quantity of food and raw materials remaining for shipment to other parts of the world has not grown, but with the development of manufacturing facilities and the trend of population to the m...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 April 1907

V Prospector, A i Vol,. V IT. f ,,,-, 'Jhurndriv nf Red 7fo- LoviUy, Nf,i Mexico. Ml'.MdVT C. HTEVRNH. hnustm, vtrr'l ne Dmand-OWi MMMrRl4lH anRat on jm-Si iao, vntoflie-. p.avw oi simsmfprioN. ItW rryMW.... T.5n -i.:( raott 'is 75 IrV irfrne rnontus 40 ... - yofr Steve'a for Stationery. Ii). Pi'ce Yinn moved hhclc up fwrr ' ; finished his work with LIT McDs Barry Ptrneiimr; ha late-lv c . opper property that they 2Aim armwa tip flonttf fltoe looking Whn in Filizabetlitown, oall at BaMH-nr'a Ion and ct a aqnawi al. JJis. James Vickor is in flot:t 1'2'to 15 i indies of snow "I Cl IT. .Briham was down from fj;l;oi th. Hrstof this week and MEed h I most like a stranger as this i t!i- :i,-t time he has bem in town br n. - -month. B Wi Thompson is helping Al. Mh t s cut tin lead at a lower lev tl in tm VVillard mining property. Ihe uwne-rs as soon as the lead is mt export! to start, the amstra and Skyin ittkiig out the yellow gold. If ynr pay up all -.r-ears, if any, nd no yenr in advanc...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 2 May 1907

I rib RED RIVER PROSPECTOR Vol. vii BED RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, MAY 2. 1907. No. 42. THE NEW STORE' JORK MELSON L It. PENN M ELS CM & PENN Staple ami Fcr.cy Groceries Fretftt and Salt Meats Kav nd Grain. GENERAL M E Candies and Nuis. CALL A N I K E r;-AT Bond- Grusdorf-McCarthy Company. C AUH Y Internet If yon wnt an 'irn ,R I. ;.j Hai ester o's Reaper, ase thresher a h.t- press a John Jeer nv a I in wagon, n hng-l .y, a ., pa.ator, a sewing t. artTne. j . i i.. i.i ... .. rifle, hardware of any description, coffee and five grades of flour nobby suit of clothes fp to date ! I inluding Pillsbury 9 & Colora UiitvleMlflwOTkmanship,) i wit Mo.) In a word, anything von tm the boy. or a dress for the cant at the Mammoth Emporium StttS, a silk or Irish Pophn ilr ' uid at reasonable prices, for the Mrs., or a hat for the lady, TR Y THEM. BOND GUSDORF Taos, New The Columbian Hotel, T AO, NEW MEXICO. Rates $2.oo Per Day. Pine Sample Rooms i d tiood Accomidatiou. MRS ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 2 May 1907

m Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Deterioration of the Mastiff. Some breeds there are that have been driven Into obscurity by the un bridled craving of breederR for par ticular propertW Mont lamentable of these Is the case of the mastiff who. 16 or 20 years ago, was the king of the heavy brigade. Size and massive heads became the alpha and omoga (if the breeders. Increase in size result ed In lumbering, overfed apathetlcs. that could not get out of their own way, and only by an effort could sup port their calflsh carcasses on sprawl ing legs and splay feet, says R. F. Mayhew, In Everybody's Magazine. And In the intensity of desire to pro duce massive heads, the hither end of .the wretched animal was forgotten, and paralyzed or semiparalyzed hind quarters were the result. Hence, the downfall of the mastiff and, in a meas ure, of the St. Bernard. Their former position in the dog world is now occu pied by the Great Dane, the deerhound and the Russian wolfhound. The Homemake...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 2 May 1907

GAIN IN POPULATION CENSUS FIGURES SHOW MARVEL OUS GROWTH IN SIX YEARS. Nearly 8,000,000 More People in United States in 1906 Than in 1900 New York Still Largest City, Chicago Second. Wnphington. Tho population of continental United States, according to the estimates of the rensiis bureau, was 83,941. H10 In 1900. This Is 7.946, MM more than the population In 1 900. The estimated population of the United States, Including Alaska and Inmiliir possessions, in 1906 was 93, 182,240. The growth In population In continental t'nited States from 1905 to 1906 was 1.367,315. The population of continental T'nllcd States In 1905 as obtained by adding to the returns of the states which took a census In that year the estimated population of the remaining states and territories Is 82,575.195, an Increase over 1900 of 6,579,610, or 8." per cent. Computed on the basis of the esti mate the density of population of con tinental United States In 1906 was 28 persons per square mile, as compared with 26 i...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 2 May 1907

11 ' ' roBoccto. Vol. . II fHthed ftwrf TTWirfny i' -Red J3m , 7Vjo rou,. y, Ajit ..?., Proum ejtv Ijrternl n ond-Glai MMtTiit t.lir 12! RATES OF H(in(TRIPTION. WteMjs pw yer.. "I0 AfasV.y. . vx montHs. .7 R m v,e it) Pttjfc mvr .nontha- w I ! ; 1 LOCALS. I UrtfpStare'a for Sfntiorery. ikre you going to- ntteud ooiirl1 aofiveck'' w kn L OldhHtn repa sjonl orxan lftK'iwwfc.. d tb Tie- "knoiffker" ie-uvoofthe low M pecimeii of humanity JbhituL .CninmiuB waB the gneaw Mr. ChNirga Mellette hint, week Be Itojui "ovot trom-EliB thtwnj. the punt; w. el;, d.imt; brntioa Wovh If. U. Oh'.ha-n in heluiOO. J O Bi develop the .lefTerr.on mining! jpoperty on hhiiu mouutaiu.. Mr. and. Mm . J.. A. Knowla nl. M down.fiooi their dairy muou sidtttoelling.on friend . VhMn in RliaebethtowOi call at flo d ii 1 1 -r Balnexend yet a "Bijuare .meal V 'Mie. Janoea Yicker in in liai . Gih'H. llrown, Bupenntundent the Bdieon b1 Anchor, weein ijM Saturday, tor the first tlmeleerry einc in payihg qnamuea ix over...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 9 May 1907

a RED RIVER PROSPECTOR Vol. vii li'D ttl Y, NEW 11! 'DAY, WAX 0, 1907. No. 43. THE HEW STORE JOHN MEL.soN L 11. pN) MELLON & PENN Sta?:. id Fancy Groceries 'fficel Directory. Prem (fa? fefiltsu W- II. , h -v R U. ". r if. p. T W. r. it' i j r: m Pomimf P-, V"l." M EXKJO. Dplefjotp. to fnnprpqe lahnr etlyn riniin ':nvprnor qeerpturv Tctriton'I Treasure fevi A. Hughes has reigned and Acting Governor W. Ravnouh reapi j pointed J. i!. Vatighu as his sue. NEGERA", MERC ANDISE Candies an J I OATtL A'( u 3. Tobacco and Cigars. 1 its AT TBR PO8TOFFI0E. Bond - Gsdoarf- McCarthy Company. Surveyor nenorM, I''npr ttentral. IT, S. Mnrn-qi. Itpp-Mpr i ,-vnd Offlcf I'wriTOr T and Of) ". WVT, 'I r I'fillvi rT.l. picf-lt JtfV IT"".... t (Upv 'tlffH r.l)iHc Il-,..if!.v.. T tT. , !('!. n 1'rnnaiiro f: I'pnt All(IMr '"Inc V, affor1 YflVeUff And''. A. A . K 'i n d Onr.it n'i-.rr, w. .T, !i:io 1 ' " .iinr A. M. 1 ler-vera P out- from t hs J n Jiini con", i e i lies were i M r.Tir.if Ifh, Kansas, L fi...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 9 May 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. The Music of Man and Bird. If the discovery of Independent evo 'utions of human music all tending In the same direction Indicates the exist ence of an Ideal standard toward which progress leads, how much stronger 1b the evidence afforded by the fact that bird music is developing along the same lines? It seems a far cry from a lleethoven symphony or a Wagnerian opera to the simple lay of sparrow, but as we trace the course of the mighty river of music back to ward Its source, the stream becomes narrower and narrower, until It Is con tracted to a point where it is no broader than the little rill of bird music, says Henry Oldys In Harper's Magazine. Nor does the decrease stop there; for, remarkable as It may seem, there was a time when the music from which ours has been evolved was inferior to some of that which floats to our ears from the woods of spring. This is not to say mere ly that the songs of certain of the birds involve more interval...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 9 May 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO Are All Criminals Insane? If the niurdrrrr may rscapr. legal punishment for Ml OfftM because, the emotional exploBlnn which tirouglit about the homicide Is adjudged to be a temporary insanity, where is the line between n Irresponsible condi tion and mere hate? asks Collier's Weekly. How many emotional Ital ians, poorly nourished, badly bred, In heritors of none knows what taint, are yearly convicted of varying degrees of homicide, and swiftly punished, who. had they the money to employ able experts and counsel, might prove thai I he state of mind in which they jabbe Btllettos into (he other men, was com parable to a neurotic cyclone, in which their poor physical members whirled In a state of complete mora anesthesia ' In a hundred years will our whole crude legal machinery foi drawing hard lines about responslblll ty seem as barbarous as the ancienl tests for witchcraft? Plainly, in th relation of punishment to crime, w are . yet children g...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 9 May 1907

Once a Forest King. , , v Ik : : m will he hold prlraarily for tie exploita tion of Alaska. Late last mimmer. while President J, K. ChUber of the exposition Was t Nome word was brought In that a co n lIete Rpeelmen of a mammoth Incased In Ice had been discovered by W. G. Thomas on t'leary creek. Mr. PhlllierK Investigated, and learn ed that the specimen wai practically perfect, the flesh and hide being Intact except In one small place, which the rtiatttni Ice had exposed, where some animal had eaten away a portion of the flesh. Aside from the small hole In lt back, the animal was In excellent shape. It i probably the finest, ex ample of the preservative powers of cold storage extant, for the animal s-t caught long before people knew even how to keep Ice during the summer months. President ChMWTfl learned also that the mastodon could be removed from the Ice, preserved and shipped to Se attle at comparatively small cost. It was too late then to send a cruw of men to preserve the speci...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
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