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GOOD PROaRESS IS
MADE BY HEMBRILLO
El Paso Man Gets Samples
officii Ore Encountered
IL C. Marks, connected with the
Houck & liieter Co., who Is also secre
tary of the Hembrillo Mining com
pany, whose mine is situated in the
San Andres mountains, New Mexico,
says the company Is driving a cross
cut tunnel to tap the vein below the
surface croppings at a vertical depth
of between 400 to 500 feet. , This tun
nel has already been driven 725 feet,
and it is expected that anywhere from
50 to 150 feet further will Teach the
vein making the tunnel all of 800 feet
in length. When the tunnel is com
pleted the company expects to cut into
a mountain of ore which is indicated by
the surface showing.
The tunnel is still in very hard rock,
but small streaks of high grade copper
are found. The company also has a
.shaft on the property sunk to a depth
of 150 feet, carrying a rich vein of
high grade Copper 18 inches in width,
which, from an assay Mr. Marks has
just had made, runs 37.4 percent cop
per, 0.06 ounce gold and 2.8 ounces sil
ver per ton. The rest of the vein will
average from 20 to 30 percent. The
company has sent up another lot of
mining supplies to H. G. Douglas, their
foreman at the mine, who expects to
be able to report something extra good
from the tunnel soon after the first of
the year. Mr. Marks has just received
some fine large pieces, of rich copper
ore from the mine.
SALE OF HIDALGO
AN IMPORTANT DEAL
FOR THE BABY
In maMng up the gift lists for the family, don't over
look the baby. We have made special preparations for
baby's Xmas. Thin'gs that not only will he appreciate,
but-some thing that vrill be useful as well.
These liandy little articles arc just
what every iba'by should have. Not
only do they teach 3m to walk, but
when' locked inside a walker, he is
always safe and -happy. These are
unusually strong and fitted with
spring seat. As a Christmas week
special BaLy Walkers that sell regu
larly for $3.00 are tf OJ?
offered at : ... tPi imtO
These are absolutely the best go-carts
manufactured. They are of a well
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Regular ?12 carts as a Christmas spe
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We also have an exceptionally fine line of High Chairs
at much less than you can buy elsewherev in El Paso.
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m Ml M 'T 'liJWMW I
TO RESUME WORK
Ttisbee. Ariz.. Dec 17. -The Glance
property, once a famous mine, located
in the Huashuca mountains, is to uc
again operated, according to the sta'e
merit of Jos. McCabe, who was in this
RICH GERMAN INSPECTS
3IIXES NEAR TORUEON, 3IEX.
Torreon, Mex., Dec. 17. The Penoles
Mining and Milling company's proper
Hoc wpro insneeted this week by J. Mer-
ton of Frankfurt, Germony, who, with
his bride, is touring the world. Mr. I
and Mrs. Merton were met at Torreon i
by Dr. Kuno Heberlein, the manager
of the properties, and Mrs.4 Hpberlein ,
and escorted to tne 'mines, .air. merton
is the son of one of the richest Ger
mans, his father being at the head of
the Frankfurt Metallurgical company
and the principal stockholder in the
Penoles mines at Mapimi.
3IEXICO GRANTS CONCESSION
FOR ROAD ON THE WEST COAST.
The Mexican government lias grant
ed a concession for the construction
of a railway from Port Lobos on the
gulf of California to Sasade on the
United States boundary. Twenty miles
of the track must be completed by
the 26th of April 1911. This line, .when
completed, will penetrate the rich Altar
gold district of Sonora, and do much
towards the opening up of the placer
and other mineral deposits which are
known to exist in that region.
ElEayo of Parral District
Produces 4800 Tons a
A recent deal of weighty moment to
Parral Chih., was the sale of the prop
erties of the Hidalgo Mining company
to an American syndicate headed by A.
J. McQuatters of Dallas, Texas, for
$1,500,000, the transfer including the
corporation mines, mills, railroad and
timber lands in 'the Parral vicinity.
The former owners are Pittsburgers,
and James L. Long was their general
The El Rayo of Parral district is
producing at the rate of approximately
4800 tons per month, the milling ore
averaging $15 the ton. An auxiliary
electric power plant is being installed,
and numerous other extensive improve
ments are being made at the mines and
reduction works. The stock of the El
Rayo Mining and Development com
pany is listed on the New York curb
and the company is being merged, with
the $9,000,000 Mines of America com
pany, which owns, valuable domains in
Chihuahua and Sonora. One of the new
ly acquired properties of the Mines
company of America is that under the
former management of, the Dolores
Mines company of Chihuahua, which
is shipping to.the El Paso smelter con
centrates that go 10 ounces gold and
900 ounces silver per ton, the richest
concentrates marketed by any mine m
States. Since their incorporation these
mines have paid a total of $361,781,623.
This makes a return of 289 percent on
their total capitalization of "$124,691,-614.
Servants' Influence on Manners.
"The women of ray acquaintance,
writes Josephine Daskam Bacon in the
American Magazine, "are more "con
siderate In their manner to their serv
ants than to their relatives and friends
and for the best of reasons theV are
more likely to lose the first mentioned
through Inadvertence than the last,
and It is practically of far more im
portance to consult their idiosyncrasies."
I Locusts are mentioned as one of the
plagues of Egypt brought upon the
land of the pharaohs by Moses and
Aaron in 1491 B. C
If you want
a proven medi-
cine for use in
T CTOMAHH IV cases of
Ol I I Cl0 Dyspepsia,
SHIP FOUR BARS OF GOLD
THAT ARE WORTH $00,000.
Dast week the Tom Reed and Gold
Road mines in Mojave county, Arizona,
shipped four great bars of bullion.
Three of these of the value of $70,000
came from the Tom Reed, while the
Gold Road sent in its weekly bar of
$20,000, the two shipments running
Buster Brown shoes for boys for
girls. Tne Bee Hive, 208 E. Overland.
Full assortment of delicious confec
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UNITED VERDE NOW
HAS SECOND PLAGE
With another month of the 1910 cop
per production of the world passed, the
result in the 11th mQnth shows that
Jerome's great copper producer, the
United Verde mine, owned by senator
"William A. Clarke, has moved into the
second place among the dividend paying
copper mines in the world, outstripping
the great Anaconda of Montana and
the Calumet and Hecla of Michigan.
As a dividend payer the "United Verde
stood third on the list for the first 10,
months of 1910, but the past mofrithj
saw ner move past tne Anaconda and
take second place.
Jerome is naturally proud of her
great producef, the "United Verde. This
with 24 copper producing dividend pay
ing mines operating and turning out
bullion" during the year. All but one I
of the 24 are located in the "United!
Colds & Grippe
take none hut
the Bitters. Its
Say, daddy, when do the first per
manent teeth come through?
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of. the "baby set"
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called "6th year molars."
Dr. H. A. Magrxxder
I D0ITT WORK FOR MEGR0EC
Our 9th year in El Pas.
New Hotel Fisher
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All newly furnished and
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