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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, August 4, 1910.
We receive two full shipments each week of large
fancy Aguacaties. Delicious in all kinds of salads.
10c Each; 3 for 25c.
FANCY MESILLA PARK PEACHES
Extra large freestone peaches.
20 Pound Boxes $1.50.
VALLEY WATERMELONS ON ICE
Fine real meat melons the best on the
market, -per pound Wit
GREEN COOKING- APPLES
Nice large baking apples, per pound.
Extra fine and white, per rack. .j. -. . .15c
NANSON SMOKED SARDINES
'A delicious Sardine, slightly smoked and put up in
Pure Olive Oil. Try them
15c or two for 25c.
Phone 151. 210-212
608 & 629
A. E. RYAN & CO.
BURT0N-LIHGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
Residence Awnings, Curtains, Etc "Everything That's Canvas."
AH Work Guaranteed and at a Cheaper Price. Anto 1G82
El Paso Sheet
Cornices Bell 548 321 Texas
Skylights "Let us give you
Fox Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Pasr St
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
-- CAitR DRUG CO.
202 Texas St. ,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
?sr EL PASO BRICK CO.rl'S
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
"Will be up right 'away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men.
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
sole agent for JH EASY
Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing
? RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable" Rates.
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
300 S. El Paso St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tools, all
kinds. Saddles. Harness. Cutlery Tents O'.'i Paint. Etc
Texas Si Auto 115L
EL PASO TRimK FACTORY
Bell Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Anto.
1054 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 19GS
We store goods. Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
Street Spouting Auto 1148
an estimate." Roofing
Bell 1 Auto 1001
t A MrtlB&ir Auto
ii u ifi v eii
Machine. Also House Furnishings
Bell 632, Auto 2106. 310 Stanton St
Upper Intermediate, full high school, and a,
var.ced elective courses. Theory, practio
and appreciation of music under the beat
Instructor. Resident director of physical
training and outdoor sports.. (
MISS SLATER 3USS TAFEL, Principal
C20 Prospect Ave. El Paso, Tcy.ai.
MIMN'G AND OIL JTEWS.
Operators Are Down 657
Feejt Numerous Oil
Shamrock, N. M., Aug-. 4. The con
tractors drilling the well are keeping
everything- pertaining to the -well a secret-
They will not give out any infor
mation not even the depth; but a tab
has been kept by outsiders who are
watching the operations and are as well
informed possibly as the contractors
Drilling was started July 16 and the
operators went down 544 feet, cased the
well, and then they shut down to wait
for repairing parts for the pump, which
were ordered from Cincinnati. The
parts arrived July 30, and they com
meced drilling August 1. They are now
down 657 feet.
At 470 feet oil was encountered in
small quantities, also gas and contin
ued down to 544 feet, through 74 feet
of oil bearing strata. At 559 feet, a soft,
white sandstone was found, with a blue
shaie above it. When they penetrated
this there was a little oil and quite a
gas pressure. At 5SS feet they went
through sis feet of shale and one foot
of oil sand and there was some oil and
Between these strata there is the
toughest kind of gumbo, the drill going
down only about a foot per hour.
The conditions in this well are much
better than those in the old well. The
drillers are also putting down casintr
and can tell the different oil strata as
they come to them, as the strata above
are cased off.
liook for Gnsher.
J. A. Brent, who gave the contract
to the Mayo and Sons to put down the
well, expects a gusher to be brought in
at between 1300 to 1400 feet.
Several parties are in the field taking
up, staking and recording claims. Everv
claim staked out by El Paso people has
run out, with one exception, but all have
been taken up again and the law com
plied with. The supposition is that the
large oil companies are back of these
parties. The recorder's office I?
swamped with claims to be recorded,
having a stack of several hundred.
Everything Is quiet, but every one is
preparing for the rush that will come
when the well Is finished. The small
quantities of oil encountered consist
of a black streak about two Inches wide
by three or four feet long that would
come from the well: sometimes three or
four of these would follow each other
and when the thick, mtddy water that
Is being pumped in to wash the well is
taken Into consideration, there must be
quite a quantity of oil and ga3 to
make such a showing.
Taking Up Claim.
Brent and the contractors have re
quested everyone here not to give out
anything for publication until thev had
something definite to report. The fact
has been demonstrated that the oil is
S? e"eT t strongly enough
","u'""c ui' every claim they can find
and are not sparing expenses.
OF INDE PROPERTY
Famous Patrilln IVHriA "Re
ported Purdiased by
At Inde, Durango, south of Parral a
big deal is reported to have been
closed last week in which Messrs. Mar
tos sold the famous Patrillo mine to
an American company, which has had
five engineers on the ground the past
five months examining the propertv
The sale price Is understood to have
been $150,000. The Patrillo is consid
ered one of the big mines of that dis
trict with large bodies of good ore
The purchasers will erect a mill to
treat the ores ln the near future.
The Ia Roca Smelter.
A new company has also been or
ganized to operate the La Roca smel
ter of the Inde Reduction company,
which has been idle some time, and
work will be resumed in August
GEO. FITZGERALD SUES FOR
RICH CALIFORNIA GOLD MINE.
Man Well Known in Organ 3Iountaia
District Seeks to Secure Control
of Famous Champion Mine.
It will interest mining men of El
Paso and New Mexico to learn that
George E. Fitzgerald, the well known
mining engineer, formerly -operating
the American mine at Hachita, N. M.,
!the Hazel mine In El Paso ocunty,
the Bennett-Stevenson and Torpedo
mines in the Organ mountains, N. M.,
organized last year the Champion Gold
Mining company, of Chicago, to oper
ate the mines of the Champion Mines
on sale this week for
Worth up to $27.50.
See Our -Window.
company, in Nevada City, California.
A special from Nevada City says.
"The Champion Gold Mining company,
of Chicago, has commenced sdit
against the Champion mines company
fon the ' Champion mines at Nevada
City, also for .$50,000 damages. The
plaintiff -company -was- -dispossessed- on
April 6, 1010, for failure to complete
payments on the Champion properties
on which it held a bond. Manager
George -E. Fitzgerald arrived in Ne
vada City a few days ago. and offered
to complete the deferred payment,
isjtating fchat his company now had
ample capital and was prepared to
take the property over on the original
agreement. The owners declined to
consider the offer and Fitzgerald had
suit filed Immediately in the federal
court at San Francisco.
Since taking back the property the
owners have opened eight teet oi ex-1 for nIs resigrnation. It has developed
cellent grade ore on the 800 foot level j tnat both the secretary and the senator
and have kept 30 stamps in, commis- j gj-g ln the sajne hotel yesterday and it
slon. The bonding company (Fitz- ! js generally believed, although it can
gerald's) has the credit of discovering r not be confirmed, that a conference was
the vein, and It is evident that a oe-
termined struggle for the property
will be waged. Eminent legal talent is
being engaged by both companies. The
Champion is the foremost gold prop
erty In Nevada City district, and has
yielded millions of dollars.
IRISH MAG, OP CAIUMET,
HAS NOT CLOSED DOWN.
When the word came early in the
week to discontinue, temporarily, sink
ing ln the Irish Mag shaft of the Calu
met & Arizona mine In Bisbee. the
rumor was started and widely pub
lished that all work in this famous
old -shaft vas to be discontinued. This
rumor was promptly and emphatically
denied by the C. & A. management,
and the statement was made that this
report was absolutely without foun
dation. There were few in Bisbee who
credited this sensatlona story. The
Irish Mag shaft, although the oldest
mine of the C. & A. company, Js yet
full of great possibilities and to have
had It shut down at this time, says the
Douglas International. would have
been a calamity to the entire district.
The electric hoist continues to give the
same splendid service and is hoisting j
even more ore than Its ouimers
claimed for it.
PARRAL DISTRICT REPORTS
THE LAST WEEK IN JUIA.
Parral, Mex., Aug. 4. The approxi
mate production of the Parral, Mex
ico mining camp for the week ending
July 30, was 10,840 tons, disposed of
as follows: '
Shipped to smelters 3.S70
Locally treated ..
6,9 1 0
The approximate production for June
was 41,575 tons, disposed of as fol
lows: Shipped to smelters 13,355
Locally treated 2S.220
The steel workers on the new mill
of the Palmilla Milling company will
finish their work this week. Good pro
gress is being made in installln
manhinpc and it is axnected to have
the plant ready for operation by Oc
tober. LA REPUBLIC SHIPMENTS
OF ONLY USUAL SIZE.
Secretary Charles Montfort, of La
Renublica Mining, company states that
owing to the difficulties recently over- j
come in unwatering the iepuDiica,
mine and which have forced a reduc-
tion in the recent output, and no ship-
ment out of the ordinary has been j
made in recent months; that the cya- j
nide precipitates shipped by tne cum
min v and received by the Chihuahua
Investment company s bank in uninua
hua was only 20 cans of the value of
18,000 pesos, instead of 1S5.000 pesos
as heretofore stateo. in vaiwus uco- j
papers. He further says that the most
,. -,i.,t., nf ha TTitriA ha; been I
n l """"' "" " ft7ii ; "fune.
23.000 pesos for the month or June
Everv thine is progressing finely at
the mine since it has been unwatered.
SUN SETS FIRE TO
A fiOSWELL HOME
Lea Lake Club Opens For
mer Eoswell Resident
Eoswell. X. M.. Au?. 4. TheWw resi
dence of Dr. C. T. AlcClane. on Missouri
avenue, had a narrow escape from total
destruction. The house was ignited b'
an oiled 'mop that was left standing
against the house. The sun beat down
on the mop. causing the fire, which was
extinguished by the department after
the fear wall -had. been burned. The
loss is fully covered by insurance.
Mrs. Rustler Lovelace and b&by have
gone rto Magdalena. X. M.. to join Mr.
Lovelace in making their home. Mr. Love
lace is a ranger on the national forest out
of Magdalena. He was formerly a Eos
The formal opening of the newly or
ganized Lea Lake club occurred at the
lakes, 14 males southeast of the city. A
bag dinner was the feature of the day.
J. W. Walters, who resided in Eoswell
and Lakowood for seven years, is dead
at his home at Shawnee, Okla. lie was
a iwealth v and prominent citizen and is
survived bv mother, wife and two
dauErhters. one of the latter being Mrs.
Claude Dean of Eoswell. Burial will occur
CARRIZOZO WILL HAVE
A XBW SCHOOL HOUSE
Many Other Building Improvements In
Progress: Personal Xevrs of Cnr-
rlzozo and Suburbs.
Carrlzozo, N. M., Aug. 4. The con
tract has ben let for an addition to be
built to the school house. The lowest
bidders were Beagle &JTennis, of Polly,
N. M., whose bid was $6347. The build
ing will be completed before the first
of next year.
A. H. Harvey is building an addition
to his residence on Alamogordo avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Fairbanks have
returned from a visit to El Paso.
Night hostler Jerry Kelly is again
at work at the round house after a 60
days' leave of absence.
Mrs. S. E. Arnold has returned to El
Paso after a short .visit with Mrs. J. E.
Mr. and Mrs. P. "W. Johnson and fam
ily, accompanied by T. E. Kelsey and
family, have gone for an outing on the
Sufferers Leara of Mudlavia !
If you have Rheumatism or Kidney
Disease, send today for book that tells
of the famous Mud Baths that have
cured thousands. Big Hotel open all
var. A" dress R. B. KRAMER, Pres..
All afternoon and evening trains are
reported on time.
Crane Returns East.
Chicago, 111., Aug. 4. senator Mur
ray TV. Crane, who is generally sup
posed to have come west to intimate
to secretary of the interior Ballinger
that the secretary's resignation from
i the cabinet would be to the interest of
j the Republican party, has returned
east, just oeiore leaving nereiuseu
either to deny or confirm the report
that h liar? n;lrod spprfttjirv Ttallinfrer
j neia between them.
Dr. IV. R. "Weeks, chronic diseases.
Good in Hot "Weather.
These are the days when ice. cream
tastes best and if It's Smith's ice cream
It will taste much better.
"Wireless Telephone Officer Arrested.
New York, N. Y., Aug. 4. Seven of
ficers of the United Wireless telegraph
company, most of whom had previous
ly been arrested "vrere indicted by a fed
eral grand jury today on two counts,
l one charging conspiracy to defraud by
use of the United States mails, the oth
! er to buy worthless stocks Those in
dieted are president Christopher Co
lumbus Wilson, vice president Samuel
Bogar, secretary W. W. Tompkins, fis
cal agent G. H. Parker, general man
ager C. C. Galbraith. treasurer W. A.
Dibolt and Francis X. Butler, counsel
and director of the company.
0 Cantaloupes for U5 Cents
We are now getting the nicest valley
cantaloupes of the season, fresh picked
every morning and are selling them six
for 25 cents.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Head Chinese Smuggler Arrested.
Sau Francisco, Cal., Aug. 4. By the
arrest here of Jew Low Sing, a wealthy
Chinese merchant, immigration inspec
tor Richard A. Taylor claims to have
, disclosed a method whereby hundreds
of Ch-inese have obtained fraudulent
j entrj- -to this country. According to Tay-
lor the clerks office of the united
States district court for northern dis-
trict of California is badly involved by
the disclosures. He stated that the ar
rest of Jew was brought about by the
confession of a youthful deputy in the
C. L. BllliriKtou, 709 Magoffin. TeL
14S9, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Good Eaters. ,
Will find Just what their annetite
likes best in our delicatessen depart
ment. For Instance try some of that
Home Boiled Ham.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Socialism Alarms Archbishop.
Diiititn. Minn., Aug. 4. In an after
amner address here archbishop Ireland
said he considers socialism the most
mementous question America will be
You can have any flavor of Smith's
ice cream delivered to your 'home. Both
Government Pays For Tips.
Washington, u. C, Aug. 4. Govern-
ment officials and employes who pay
tips A ' waiters o n shipboard, as well as
gratuities to other servants on board
boats, may charge the expense up to
the government under a rulinrr of the
controller of the treasury. "
Drink plenty of Kl Paso Dairy milk
and you will be healthy.
Tnft Speak nt St. Fnul.
Baltimore, Md., Aug. 4. Following
the receipt of a telegram announcing
Taft's acceptance of an Invitation to
speak at the conservation congress to be
held at St. Paul next -month, Bernard
N. Baker, of this city, who will pre
side over the congress. "Wednesday an
nounced the list of those In addition to
the president who will speak at the
same time, saying: ''No personalities
will be alloTved." .
For Particular People.
You will find coffees here that other
dealers do not handle, and. if you have
been hard to suit, we want your trade 1
on Cha.se & Sanborn's high grade cof
fees. No other compares with them. "We
are sole agents in EI Paso.
1 Jackion'w Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. Cnracron rellaxic dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee sheu store.
California "White "Winter Permains and
Missouri Pippin apples, $-.50 per box.
Kite Flyer Dies.
Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 4. Capt. Eu
gene Childs, a veteran of the civil war,
who as a child flew a kite" across Ni
agara Falls, which permitted the en
gineers, who built the suspension bridge
there, to draw the cable across,, died at
his home 'Wednesday.
Smith's ice cream is just as pure as
can be, therefore it's very healthful.
There is no better milk than El Paso
Dairy milk and a great deal of milk not
Italians "Would Mob Countrymen.
Florence, Colo., Aug. 4. To prevent
a threatened lynching at the hands of
his fellow countrymen, Peter Salvl, an
Italian who shot and killed Tony Ba
tiste, a fellow Italian, in a saloon at
Coal Creek, a mining camp near hero,
tv as rushed to Canon City In an auto
mobile b3 the county authorities. Ba
tiste was a leader among the Italians.
H. F. "Wright, M. P.; D. O.; Claude
Riddle, osteopath, assistant, 214 Tex.
It's All Milk.
"When you get milk from the El Paso
Dairy you get all milk, pure and whole-
Mexlenns Released From Arizona Prison
Florence, Ariz.. Aug. 4. Magon, Vil
lareal and Riveret, the three Mexican
revolutionists sentenced to 14 months
in the federal penitentiary at this place
for a violation of the neutrality laws
of the United States m the alleged fo
menting of a revolution against presi
dent Diaz, were released from prison,
having served their terms. The men
-rcere arrested about three years ago
in Lot Angeles.
Auto Kills Two.
Chicago, 111., Aur 4. a 3yearold girl
Tomorrow Is Again Remnant
Day in the Basement
15c Laces for 7 l-2c
Point de Paris Laces, all new patterns, edges and in
sertions in widths up to 5 inches, worth Y-i-
to 15c a yard; Extra Special Friday 2 C
(Limit 10 yards to a customer)
"Women's Kitchen Aprons
made of standard quality
gingham, 46 inches long and
made very full, worth 85c;
Extra Special Eriday (one
to a customer),
Have You Seen the New
) "Fisk" Millinery?
J.Calisher Dry Goods Co. QnecrperaiQ
and an unidentified -woman were run
down and killed by automobiles in Lin
coln Park here "Wednesday. The acci
dent happened nearly at the same time
within sight of hundreds of people re
turning homeward from an evening
California White Winter Permains and
Missouri Pippin apples, $1.50 per box.
Special, ladies purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factor-, north side plaza.
Eat Smith's Ice cream and be cool and
When you think of milk think of the
El Paso Dairy, which supplies neariy
all the families in El Paso.
Peach ice cream delivered after sup
per. Phone the Elite.
TO HAVE FIELD DAY
"Will Hold Athletic Games on SevU 2;
Many Building Improvements In
Tucumcari; Personal Xcws.
Tucumcari, X. M., Aug- 4. The local
fire department will have a field day
Sept. 2. The program will consist of
ball games both morning and afternoon,
together with various other athletic
events, including foot races and polo.
In the evening there will be a band
concert and drills by the company. A
grand bail will close the festivities.
Mrs. C. H. Chenault, wife of the coun
ty treasurer, is expected home Thurs
day from an extended visit to the home
of her relatives at Richmond Ky.
Ernest Simpson has been appointed
Mayor J. A. Youree has purchased I
from C. M; Rice the home built by the
latter on South Second street.
H. L- Boone is building a home on
South Second street, opposite the high
school building. .
Harry McElroy will soon have his
new bungalow 'on Adams street fin
The "Woman's Home Mission society
of the M. E. church. South, gave an
ice cream social at the Elk drug store
on- Main street.
J. C. Jones, the jeweler, has installed
a moving picture and stereopticon ma
chine in front of his store, and will
give a free show each evening.
Miss Kahn, -who has been visiting her
sister. Mrs. Hutchinson, on Adams
street ha -left for a tour through
Colorado and California, after which she.
will return to her home in Pennsyl
vania. George Shaub, formerly connected
with the Gross Kelly company in this
city, has accepted a position with a
business house in Chihuahua, Mex.
Mrs. Sarah J. Gustin, who has been in
poor health for some time, will leave
for Oklahoma to spend the rest of the
summer with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. A
D. Gaudin and fam-
Ily have been on a visit to the mother of
Mrs. Gaudin at Cimarron.
L. U. Morris, division superintendent
of the E. P. & S. "W. railway, has left
with his family for one month's visit
among friends at Rossville, Kansas.
The outside -work on the new con
crete building of the Methodist church I
will soon be completed, the last of the
pebble-dashing now being applied.
Mis-s Margurita Blair Is here visiting
Styles change in framing and matting.
We do the latest style of matting.
Tutt!e Paint H Glass Co.
See Us or Write for Prices on
cks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham
and anything in the
Saddlery or Sporting Q-oods Line.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
W. T. Johnston, clerk at hotel St.
Regis, has returned from a month's vis
it to his old home near Lexington, Ky:
Mutt and Jeff axe with, us; Another
appearance today on sport page- Every
day in The Herald, nereafter.
AT50DA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE
Original and Genuine
RICH WiX, KU.T 6JUJX EXTRACT, W WWK
No! in any Milk Trust
JInsist on "HORLICK'S"
Special Sale on Our
25 Cents a Pound
Sliced Cocoanut Bar
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
205 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
FOR ITCHING- AND
Imperial Remedj is believed to be
the most successful remedy for the
treatment of torturing humors of the
skin. It affords Immediate relief in
the most distressing forms of Itching,
burning and scaly humors, permits
rest and sleep, and points to a per
manent cure when all else fails. Im
perial Remedy is a pure antiseptic, is
prepared in accordance with the most
i advanced pharmaceutical knowledsrs
, OT,i ;c ? nnntri m-r-m Tmn.(.i t..
I u..u . ... .... ..w..... wiuiai iwciucuj
penetrates to the roots of the -disease,
and kills the germs. It is nice and
clean, has a pleasant odor and is in
no way disagreeable to use. Do not
suffer another day, but get a bottle or
Imperial Remedy from your nearesc
drug store. Price $1. Sent, express
prepaid, upon receipt of 1. if your
druggist cannot supply you, by Im
perial Medicine Co., Houston. Texas.