Newspaper Page Text
BE PASO HERALD
Brttiu'day, January 18, 1913
n.iM'ni'iii pihww'i' w.n iiipTnPwnrTii
lqjBFjagKAWpJEgat 1U11I I .MJSE
JMMHbW IW'S;B1a 6
Just Ten Days More; That's All, Men. This is Your Great Clothing Opportunity
9 "w c i &r
ic Uuittmff Dimness oaie Lovenni
"s e T&ir dTa 1
A S a
rhenomenal Reductions Wo UtH
OB askiflUa cv sbcs w mbuhi s" aim -p-smsj -- -- -v -w- - -
Dared to Offer Before
It is not necessary to pay a high price to get a good shoe.
It is a money saving proposition to buy the CHESTER -SHOE.
Their all around goodness appeals to the shrewd buyer. If you wall inves
tigate I feel positive that you will learn that it's just a hard-headed money
saving proposition to buy your footwear at thnew store. They make you
buy the second pair and then some:
30 FREE Shines Witli Every Pair
ASK FOR SHINE TICKET
Any Shoe in the House $3.00.
The Only Exclusive Men's & Boys' Store in El Paso
I ou save a if oiiar
on Every Pair
108 San Antonio St. Wigwam Theater Bids
TTSZ I '
FHl .1. ......
jcrm .. aJlS.-0 i 111 1 I !
' The Order Has Gone Forth to Close Out Entire Stock
At Half and Less Than Half of the Wholesale Cost
The savings to you on your Suit, Overcoat, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings are enormous
It will pay you to travel miles to take advantage of this, the most wonderful closing out sale
Such an opportunity to clothe yourself from hat to shoes is not likely to occur again.
HURRY is the word, for it means a quick clearance of the mighty stock.
Just Ten Days More, That's AIL Come, Everybody Come
The Last Two Weeks
Store Open as Long
as You Want to Shop
Just Ten Days More
Clifford J. Halpern
G OUTPUT IT
II III METALS BROKE
The Two-Republics Life Insurance Company j
EL PASO, TEXAS
A. KRAKAUER, President.
Good men wanted to sell policies that guarantee
C. R. KUSSELL,
Sunt, of Agents.
LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS,
Secty. and Gen'l ilgr.
VEIN OF EL TEMBLOR
Old Mexican -Property Proraisen Sensa
tional Results; Graaj Arizona to Re
sume, After Eerlod of Idleness.
Douglas, Aria Jan 18. What prom
ises to be one of the most sensational
lines in northern Mexico, since the
i lgre property was placed upon a pro
ducing basis, is EI Temblor, situated
.bout IS miles to the east of El Tigre.
Recent deelopments tend to show that
w ith development It will enter the list
"We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not he cured by HaH's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known P.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve mm perfectly honorable -In all bus
iness transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by
WA1.DING, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price Tie. per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
of large producers shortly. For a long
time the property has been known as a
"pocket" mine. It was supposed to
have but one vein cf about IBS feet of
high grade ore. which "pinched out"
where the main ledge met a dike. W.
L. Rynerson, who has a lease upon the
mine, now announces that he has
rediscovered the original vein, several
feet in width and carrying an average
of 300 ounces in silver, with several
ounces in gold.
A mill has been ordered for the prop
erty and is expected to arrive shortly.
It will have an initial capacity of 25
tons per day. Much ore of a fair grade
has been placed on the dump in readi
ness for the arrival of the mill and
commencement of concentration. A
hoist and boiler have arrived at the
mine and are being installed Ryner
son has shipped 20 tons of picked ore
to Douglas, averaging' from 500 to 600
ounces in silver to the ton and from
eight to nine ounces of gold. He also
has brought up several sacks of higher
grade ore, frequent kidneys of which
are encountered. This is reputed to
run several thousand ounces in silver
to the ton, with an increased gold con
tent. VThe Transvaal property, near Cum
pas, while it will be kept working
steadily, will not witness any increase
in force in the near future, according
to the statement of manager H. C.
Beauchamp, who has arrived here. Mr.
Beauchamp has a force of about 30
men at work clearing out the workings,
putting the camp in shape and doing
other preliminaries which will make it
possible to start up mining on a large
Stomach Troubles, Tccthlnft
Disorders, and Destroy
Tiadellcrk. in St boms. AtllDragxists,35ct.
Don't accept Sample muted FREE. Address,
an j substitute. A. S. OLMSTED, La Roy. N.Y.
scale as soon as peace conditions are
Grand Arizona to Start Worlc
The Grand Arizona property, about
15 miles northeast of Douglas, will
probably begin operating in a short
time. T. M. Davey, of Houghton, Mich,
who is interested in the property, is
now in the city. Mr. Davey states that
he has been on the ground for several
days, having been busy getting the old
property in shape for starting up. The
Grand Ariaona has experienced many
vicissitudes. It was at one time worked
profitably by an eastern company.
Later it was closed down because of
litigation. It was reopened again
about a year and a half ago, then suf
fered a fire which burned the shaft
house and damaged the machinery. It
was recently sold by the sheriff for
LAST FURNACE TO
OPERATE BY MAY 1
Output For Cananea Consol
idated Will Reach
Cananea. Sonora, Mexico, Jan. 18.
The production of the Cananea Consoli-
. dated copper company tnis montn
i promises to be in the neighborhood of
9,000,000 pounas 01 copper gross, ai
present the third new converter of the
Great Falls type is being installed in
the smelter. Two were installed sev
eral months ago and have been in
operation ever since with excellent re
sults. The company Intends to supplant
all its barrel type converters with the
Smelter Is Operating.
The smelter of the Democrata Min
ing company in Cananea is operating
steadily at present, in fact it'ls making
a little over 20,000 pounds of copper
dailj. The new portion of the plant
only is in operation, consisting of a
250 ton furnace. The old part, with
a 125 ton furnace, is not in operation at
present. The comypany is employing
350 iren at the-present time. The prop
erty has been placed in excellent con
dition underground, all the various
workings which have needed cleaning
up, straightening out, etc, having' been
fixed up and the mine is in better con
dition now than at any time since the
mine was closed down in 1308. The
smelter production is to be gradually
Increased until an output of an aver
age of about 1,250,000 monthly Is
Transanal Again Active.
Following an idle period lasting since
last spring; when the rebels visited the
camp, the property of the Transvaal
Copper company is again being oper
ated, work being recently resumed The
property is located near Cumpas, in
the Moctezuma "district. Shipments of
ore have been resumed to the Copper
Queen smelter in Douglas. Mining
operations arc not being conducted on
a very large scale at present, but it
conditions permit, the "company will
soon be busily developing the various
ore bodies of importance which have
been located during the past few years
by means of extensive diamond drilling
The four new Wilfley tablea and four
Callow tanks recently received by the
Moctezuma Arizpe company have been
installed in the mill and the capacity
has been doubled, from 50 to 100 tons
dailj capacity. The crusher has a ca
pacity of 140 tons daily, which will al
low further additions of tables in the
Tuture. Shipments of concentrates con
tinue to the smelter.
"While Calumet JL Arizona Smelter Will
Aot be Completed IntH August,
Part Will Start In Spring.
Douglas, Ariz., Jan. 18 Announce
ment has been made that while the
Calumet & Arizona smelter will not be
completed until next August, at least
a portion of the plant will be in ope
ration in May. The part to be operated
then will be the blast furnace and
converters. The reverberatorles will be
put into service later in the summer.
Work is progressing well at the smel
ter. Installation of the machinery is
now underway. The latest innovation
was the 60-ton electrie crane which
will operate over the main converter
"Dse Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
"" '' ... i i - ' , , . ...- . ,.
For the New Term We Have a
Complete Line of Books
DEAL ON FOR SALE
OF PEACOCK MINES
Behson, Ariz., Jan. IS It is reported
here that a syndicate of Denver, Colo ,
capitalists has secured an option to
purchase the Peacock company hold
ings near Johnson for $500,000.
Shipments are being made regularly
from the old Peabody eaoh (lay while
the Texas-Arizona company is ship
ping from its property near Dragoon
MONITION Notice is hereby given
tht there have been seized in this
collection district for violation of tliro
ustoms laws one dun horse, one gray
horse and two bay horces, with Mexi
can brands, which will be sold in front
of the custom house. El Paso, Tex.,
at 10 oclock, a. m., January 27, 1813.
Anyone claiming the same is required
to appear within the time prescribed
by Jaw. Alfred L. Sharpe, colleotor
: : : : : : : :
ADDITIOAI, MIMJ.G MJWS
. O-S PAGE 7, THIS-S12CTION-.
.- .; .; . . . . .
ONE DOSE RELIEVES
A COLD-NO QUININE
Pape's Cold Compound cures
! colds and grippe in
a few hours.
Tou can surely end Grippe and
break up the roost severe cold either
in head, chest, back, stomach or
limbs, by taking a dose of Pape's Cold
Compound every two hours until three
consecutive doses are taken
Tt nriTnntltr rftllAVoa tho mnot mt.
1 erable headache, dullness. had and
ue taiuiiea uyy icvoijjiihbbh, sneez
ing, 'sore throat, mucous catarrhal
: discharges, running of the nose, sore
ness, st urn ess and rneumauc twinges.
Take this wonderful Compound as
directed, without interference with
your usual duties and with the knowl
edge that there Is nothing else in the
world, which will cure your cold or
end Grippe misery as promptly and j
wunoui any otner assistance or bad
after-effects as a 25-cent package of
Pape's Cold Compound, which any
drugclst can suDply accept no sub
stitutecontains no quinine belongs
in eery home Tastes nice
Copper, Silver and Zinc Pro
duction Reaches Enor
mous Kgures in 1912.
Washington, D. C. Jan. 18. Recor-1
breaking production of minerals was
attained in the United States during
the past year, according to a report
today of the Geological survey.
The production of copper was the
largest in the history of the indus
try, the high water mark reached In
1911 being handsomely surpassed. Ac
cording to the statistics and estimates
received by the survey the output of
blister and Lake copper was 1,249,000 -000
pounds in 1912, compared with
1,037.232,749 pounds In 1911. the re
spective values being nearly 8200,000,
09 and S137,IS4,9z. The production
of refined copper is estimated at
1.560,000 pounds in 1912, compared
with 1,433,875,026 pounds in 1911
The production in Arizona may hate
exceeded 350,000,000 pounds, not onU a
record output for Arizona but a reco-I
for any state for any one year.
The gold mining industry of the
United States was generally normal
in 1912, but the surrey estimates in
dicate the smallest production slncr
1907, when the output was valued at
290,435,700. That for 1912 is esti
mated at 91,685,168 In 1909 the g lu
production reached very nearly te
In silver production In the United
States in 1912 the indications are for
a possible output of 64,000,000 fine
ounces, the highest figure since 18t:
when the production was estimated at
63.500,000 ounces. The high prices
generally paid for silver, copper and
lead in 1912 stimulated production.
The average price for silver for the
year is stated at 60 9 cents an ounce.
In lead the preliminary figures of
the survey show a small decline in
1912 from the high record figures ot
1911, the output of refined lead, de
silverized and soft, from foreign and
domestic ores, being 480.965 short tons
in 1912 and 486,976 short tons in 1911.
The value of the 1912 output is stated
at 343,286,850 The domestic produc
tion of lead ore is stated to be about
20,000 tons greater than the 1911 out
put of 441.187 short tons.
In the zinc industry the figures show
a phenomenal activity. The producr
tion of primary spelter in 1912 Ts esti
mated at 323.961 short tons from do
mestics ores and 14,669 tons from for
eign ores, a total of 33S.630 tons, val
ued at 346,731,000, compared to 286,
526 tons, alued at 332,663.964. in 1911.
Quicksilver production in 1912 shows
a heavy gain over the 1911 produc
tion, which itself showed a jrreat gain
over that of 1910 The '1912 figures
are stated at 25.147 flasks of 75 pounds
each, worth $42.04 a pound, or 31.
057.180. The United States continued to lead
the world in petroleum production in
1918 in fact, produced more that! all
the rest of the world and is esti
mated to have about maintained the
tremendous record of 220,449,391 bar
rels made in 1911 The geological
survey's estimate for 1912 Is 220,200.
AJO DISTRICT NOW
WORKS 400 MINERS
Tucson, Ariz., Jan. IS Ajo district,
80 miles southwest of Tucson, and one
very infrequently heard from, has 400
miners working in it, according to C.
o.umj.. -urlii has luat returned
from a visit Six diamond drills are j
being worked oy me aiumet anu
Arizona, and other mining companie"
STVTE CIIBEIC ItKDUCTIOX MILU
Prescott, Ariz.. Jan. 18 Col. R. A.
Sweet has purchased a 20 ton reduc
tion plant, which will be Installed at
his property on Slate Creek. The prop
erty has a large tonnage of developed
ore. running from $6 to S200 a ton in
gbld, silver and copper
600 JT. Stanton. Phones 16 and 897.
Hotel Past, ael Norte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until midnight-
Meals served a la carte excel
U. S. Morris, advance agent for the
"Lottery Man" company, is here to ar
range fr tbe appearance of his show
and is a guest at the Hotel Paso Del
Use Domestic Coke.
W lilt FINE FHESH CAKE -"1
18 IKii ALWAYS If Ynn Use frusta! al
I - ' j---j.7 :
SOCIETY LIFTS BAN
Newport. R. I. Jan 18 Societi, it
appears, intends doing its ocean bath
ing in more democratic fashion than
in past summers Many are taking
private bath houses at Eastons beach
for the early morning plunge in pref
erence to the dip at exclusive Bailey's
Heretofore Easton's beach has not
been looked on with favor by the
social colon v owing to the fact that
it was public
$3.50 RECIPE FREE,
FOR WEAK MEN.
Miss Duncan, of Oklahoma,
Makes Tew Plain State
ments For Publication
in Interest of
I have in my possession a prescrip
tion for nervous debility, lack of vigor,
weakened manhood, failing memory
and lame back, brought on by excesses,
unnatural drains, or the follies of youth,
that has cured so many worn and ner
vous men right in their own homes
without any additional help or medi
cine that I think every man who
wishes to regain his manly power and
lrllty, quickly and quietly, should
copy -of the
a plain, ordinary sealed
any man who will write
Jut the thine to keep you warm
What? One of those handsome uncalled
for tailor-made suits or overcoats at
Pearson's, 110 Texas. $10 to $15 saved.
Auto for hire Phone LongwelL
Vhc DoraeKtle Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
rtiatvl ("ft-la "PI.aA. r.r?nf h?"
SBN'D NA3IB .VXD ADDRESS TODAY ! "
ouJS45yS.-iTSHSUlD BE letter, writes Miss Mollie Duncan or
Jiitunvr j.a- auuivvvc
this place, as it may reach, and help,
some poor suffering woman.
For 17 years. I had been afflicted
with womanly troubles, and had tried
different treatments, but none of them
helped me any. I suffered so much I
could hardly bear it.
.1 had such drawing-down pains, and
a pain in my side. Also headache and
those awful dizzy spells. I was very
weak, and could not be up, at times. I
decided to try Cardui, the woman's
tonic, and I will say I am not sorry
that I did, for it helped me wonderfully.
I feel like an entirely new person. I
can wash all day now, and attend to my
other household duties, and not feel
tired when night comes.
I intend to keep Cardui in the house
just as longs I live, for it has done
me soAnuch good."
Cardui is the ideal tonic remedy for
women. Its ingredients are especially
adapted for women's needs. It soothes
pain, helps weakness, nervousness, drag
ging sensations, headache, backache,
and other symptoms of womanly
Cardui is purely vegetable, and has
no bad after-effects. Is good for young
N. B Write to: Chattanooga Mef'
cine Co , Ladies' Advisory Pept Chat
tanooga, Tenn for Special Instructions
on our ease and 64-pasre book. Ho"
Treatment for Women sent m pis a
me for it.
This DrescriDtion comes from a nliv.
sician who has made a special study of
men and I am convinced it is the
surest-acting combination for the cure
of deficient manhood and vigor failure
ever put together.
I think I owe it to my fellow man
to send them a copy in confidence
so that any man anywhere who is weak
and discouraged with repeated failures
may stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines, secure what I be
lieve is the quickest-acting restorative
upbuilding. SPOT-TOUCHING remedy
ever aevisea, ana so cure himself t I
home quietly and quickly. Just 'drop I
K "l1,1,8; : .? RoblnsranP
t i - j "R "Cl", -Mich, and
I will send vou a copy of this splendid
fii-'l p,a,n or,Hiry envelope
free of charge, a great many doctors
would charge $3.00 to $6.00 f & merely
writing out a prescription like this
but I send it entirely free Adv
(A GARDEN MANUAL)
100 pages fullof valuable information,
with 350 illustrations. This manual tells
you what to plant, when and how to
plant it. Write or phone for it now.
AGGELER. . MUSSER
113-115 N. Main St, Los Angeles, Cal.