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ME WESTS IF a P0;
BEET pi ffl
Crowd Going to Las Cruces
Wednesday to Boost the
Sugar Beet Industry.
Efforts to obtain a delegation of he
tween 110 and iOO El Paso husm -&
Special Train Brings Eastern Mining Experts While
Arizona and New Mexico Men Come Here to Meet
Delegation; Given Mexican Dinner at Toltec Club
and Ride Over City; Talk Mining Prosperity.
ArAnt i ox more man w men
ho have produced more wealth
than anr irroun of Its size ever
PARTY of more than 200 men
v. ho have produced more wealth
than any group of Its size ever
gathered together were the guests of
El Paso for several hours Sunday. The
expedition of intensely practical mod-
ern Aladdins. who have found the way
to wrest from mother earth her most
earefullv hidden treasures, were the
inptnhprs nf American Institute of Min-
mK engineers, which is holding its an-
, J: in A,I,M thl vear.
As befitted such a trip of notables.
the journey from the east was made in
palatial special train, one of the most
!uiu nous ever sent west. The t.ain
started Thursday from New York with
delegates from the Atlantic states The
maaie western aeiegauvua wcictMkm i
nn at Cleveland and Chicago. Occupy'
mg the place of honor at the rear end , '? " w" was one or the arrivals
of the train was the special ear "Ana- Saturday, said that Ansona had made
conda." of the Butte. Anaconda & Pa- flfns for a delightful series of enter
cific railroad, and occupied by Benja- tainments and sightseeing trips for the
min B. Thayer, the president of the j '"J0- ....,
Anaconda Copper company. Mr. Thay- . Tbjs ""rsl ?me Arizona ever
er joined thVparty Friday night in , entertained the American Institute
Chicago ! of Mining Engineers," said Mr.
Arizona Delesatr.. Here. I lh Wartiz- "and, are sol"Z to d ,ne
. . . ., . . j thing right. Arizona, as one of onr
aitmir at the union station to greet ! iAa4lne. minl., .. ,,ai.j ... i i
the travelers on the sPfCial train was
. .a ..1.., .Inn f.Am n T.c n4 In.
& UI& UCICKBiniu aiwaaa ut a .v a..u ....
zona and New Mexico points. The par
ts arried at 2:40 p. m, and after an
informal reception at the station were
taken m automobiles for a tour of the
city and Fort Bliss. Those who pre
ferred it were taken for a sight seeing
tour to Juarez.
A Mexican dinner was served to the
visitors at 7 oclock at the Toltec club
and at 10.20 n. m. they departed for
Santa Rita, N. M . and their tour of J
Arizona. The convention mis year win
be along novel lines, as it will be held
at a number of different points in Ari
zona and New Mexico, the delegates
making the various "jumps" by special
Dr. L. D Ricketts, t&e president or
the institute, called for a rising vote
of thanks by the engineers for their en
tertainment bv El Paso, and on motion
of TV. W. Rose, the El Pasoans ex
pressed by a rising vote their apprecia
tion of the visit here.
TV. "W. Roe, Chairman
W. "W Rose was chairman of the El
Paso engineers who met the party.
With him on the committee of welcome
were W. P Gordon. D. Y. Reckhart,
It Is a Natural Curative and
Certain Results May Be
Vitalitas will not ' do impossible
tkinM x-.t lare nnmbers of tests show
it frequently brings about results that
!,. . .haraptar ReTtnrtR
are marvelous in character. Reports
are constantly heard of relief and cures
in chronic cases where an oiner reme
dies hare failed. No one yet knows of
the full medical possibilities of Vitali
tas. People are dally finding new
health, strength and hope in its use.
There are two direct results that may
u TSi iiTs- firrf the cleansing I ners niinlnc magnates who was
hundreds of cases. JS ? clfia"0D. here; D. C. Jackling. of Salt Lake.
andthrfwTf toxic6 pons" that are I h : William L. Saunders vice chair-fh-
.tranVuT nrhNur second the i man of the naval consulting board:
the rOTt:fan,Jd-4econ!,,l,dl? i Sidney J. Jennings, first vice president
I2"S!?0 5.7u f ?t. L nron I of tne Cn,ted pta' Smelting and Re
the body as result of its toning prop- . finjng and BradIey stough-
erH!?".i. i. -ioi .j r.1r i ton. of New Y'ork. the secretary of the
Vitalitas is wholly and purely a ms,itute and a wrifer 0 scientific and
natural product extracted from a min- engjneerins subjects, are also attend-eral-chemical
substance mined out or tb J? ,,
the earth at only one spot. It contains I ,ns lDe coJ"S" f or v,,,
a rare blend of health giving mineral , jg the interesting subjects, arti-
5. I, f nSSJjt to the clesnd lectures to be given during the
drugs and is not unpleasant to the wk. -nn.ij,T(, arp th following i,v
taste. It is recommended and guaran- "??h" ""rf e are toe following b
teed for indigestion, rheumatism. we""e"-n
bUiousness. nervous debility and dis- -' iVn-SPt? . (.M,neHJJ
orders generally of liver, kidneys and Jf I.xemplified by the New Electric
blood. i "oists or he Inspiration Copper Com-
You can sample Vitalitas freely at the' P"?-5;" by .iJ.Kn7on BJ?rch , and M- A
public demonstration now in progress! Whiting: TTie Water Problem of the
at Kellv & Pollard's Drug Store. Shel- Old Dominion Mine," by P. G. Beckett;
don Ho'teL Also sold bv Taiber's Drug "Power Plant of Burro Mountain Cop
Store. Las Cruces: Columbus Drug I rer company," by Charles Le Grand;
Store. Columbus. Douglas Drug Store, j "Geology of the Warren Mining Dis
Douglas. Bisbee Drug Store, Bisbee. 1 tnct." by T. Bonillas. J. B Tenney and
Advertisement. Leon Feuchere; "Flotation Concentra-
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quaintanceship was the wearing of j
oadges on which their names were ,
i we had a most enjoyable trin Irom I
Tew York." said E. P. Burgess, a mln- ,
I mg engineer of New York and a mem- I
)r , of, tt ?ock5:, Mountain club of ,
I that city. "No comfort was overlooked ,
I nt th. .....,,,.,,.,,.,.. ...... a-..- . :
I pleasure of the party were perfect. The
mining business in New York is bet-
, than it .tup tit! Kfo nH ,,.,
,.-, s,,,. ,. ..i,. i, ...-. i
ors ,n the deveiopment of new proper.
, Ueg of tne war in Europe has
jven the mine3 and metals industry
a reat boom."
Miami Jinn Here.
A. J. Schwartz, a mining man from
Miami, who was one of the arrials
; the convention before, but we hope to
I ..... r
make up for lost time."
Among the southwestern members of
the institute who welcomed the party
from the east were Y. Bonillas J B.
Tenney and Leon Feucfaere. of Warren;
Anthony Notman, Ira B. Joraleoman
and Harry Zeisman, of Bisbee; K P.
James and C. L. Schwick, of Miami: F.
L. Rayne. of LordsburgT N. M.; P. a!
Banes, of Douglas, Ariz.; N. C. Johnson,
of Nacozari. Son.; David Cole, of Mo-
renci, Ariz.; H. Kenyon Barch. of Ray
Ariz.; Andrew E Collins, of Miami; A.
U Mccarty, of Pinos Altos, N. M.; C F.
Brown, of Socorro. N. JL: E. B. G rider.
1 of Globe. Ariz.; S. II. Levinson. IX IL
. rr " "V -"" " -,""Z"' " .
Ariz.; L. A. Rickner. S. G. Dolman and
R. E. Rnssell. of Ray. Ariz, and M. H.
McLean, of Morenci. Ariz.
Other d sunguished engineers who
.'ere in Kl Faso Hlirinr- tt risv ar a l
were in El Paso during the day were E.
i: Aiatnewson, Harry ii Ware and c. R.
Knzell, of Anaconda, Mont.: A. L.
Bloomfield, P. M. McIIugh, D. W. Brun
ton. AVarren E. Hall and P. J. Hine, of
Denver; George M. RyalL George D.
Ryall and George D. Shields, of Los
Angeles; E. D. Lewis, of Salida, Colo.:
C. M. Goodaie. of Butte. Mont- and
j George T. McGee, of Helena. Mont.
An enjoyable party was held after
the Mexican dinner at the Toltec club.
with an impromptu program of talks.
E P. Mathewson. who has been the
superintendent of the giant smelters of
the Anaconda company, at Anaconda,
Mont, for the past II years, is one of
the distinguished scientists with the
"Anaconda and Butte are the top
crest of prosperity just now." Mr.
Mathewson said. "All the mines are
working at capacity and our smelter
is turmiur out the greatest output of
j copper in its history. Anaconda is en
1 joying a building boom because of the
demand for residences. Several anart-
' ., .l - ., .. .. ...
ment houses, the first in the city's bis
tory. are being constructed. I look for
long continued prosperity in all the
Dr. Rlrketts In Party.
Dr. L. D. Ricketts. whose headquar
ters are in New YnrV and Warrn.
Ariz, was another of the eminent enci- '
WE CAREY IN STOCK
Varying in size from ai inch dis
harge to 10 inches and from 10 to
2000 gallons capacity per minute.
Don A. Carpenter & Co.
EI Paso, Texas
Mail Orders Prompt Attention
and 206 E. Orerland St
auuch jitvam t r. jiuu4iidu auu s:-
j era. others A novel feature adopted j
I by the welcoming committee and one
1 : . s n: .i. .. !
i men for the Sugar Beet day celebration '
Wednesday at Las Cruces are bem..'
i made by the chamber of commerce com- j
I mittee.on land and irrigation, of which !
V. G. Roe is the chairman i
Among thoe who'have signified their .
intention of attending are 15. Burt
Orndorff. Robt- Krakauer. W ft" Roe. '
George II. Clements. W s. Crombie. C. .
II. Finley, Jpmes A. Pick, John M I
Vyatt. -V. G. Graham. Malcolm A. Fra
ser and G. A. Martin.
The Santa Fe railroad has grante.I
' a lf f. ne ?"!. J,, frS."lf
I?""?:'?,- J?S "t" AlLtS '
" " "cuu .""" "" "" 'J. "
work of enlistin: farmers who will ,
agree to raise beets for the proposed i
sugar factory having met with unex- '
pectedly gratifying results.
?1,(X)MXI Factory. I
The proposed factory, which will be
built by the Holly Sugar company of
Colorado, will cost approximately 91.- t
000,000 and will add a valuable new :
industry to the Las Cruces and El Paso
sections. The exact site for the plant !
has not yet been selected, but will be !
chosen later by the Holly company's
"We should send as large a delesa-
tion as possible to the Las Cruces cele-
I bration," said W. G. Roe. the chairman
' of the committee. "Through the efforts i
of A. W. Reeves, the traffic manager j
of the chamber of commerce, low rate
hnta lwn nhtainAil Tha paicini, rt I
I sugar beets in the vallev will be t '
j powerful new source of revenue, from :
I which all the people of the southwest
j wi" benefit."
I Extra cars will be attached to the i
( ?nta Fe train leaving here Wednes- '
I "" raing to carry the tl Paso dele- ,
, ?a,on, f nd Jhe same cars will be at-
! tacnc1 to, the southbound tram in the ,
i ere'"s ior the return trlp- ;
I Z T ZT1 TT .
JIo.n at Anaconda. Mont., by Frederick
Laist and Albert E. Wiggin: "History
oi tne rioiauon ixocess at inspira
tion." by Rudolph Gahl, "The Advent
of Flotation in the Clifton-Morenci Dis
trict, Arizona, 19U-1913." by David ,
Cole; "Comparative Test of the Mara-
"""J.' Hh,".en ""1 ,ta"K M,Us- OJ
f- G- Bllckensderfer. "The Inspiration t
i ". Concentrator and Other Equip-
meni, o 11. tvenyon Durcn.
1 transportation of the partv
..... . .
eharce of the
posed of Arthur Notman. of Bisbee
Bradley Stoughton, of New York; Guj
C. Herner. of the New York Central
lines: Garnett King, of the El Paso &
Southwestern railroad, and I. T. Sparks,
of the Southern Pacific, at Tucson.
Special Train Party.
The list of the party who arm eu
from the east is as follows:
J. J. Ambrose. Hayden. Ariz.
George I. Barron and Mrs. Georg
D. Barron. Rye. N. Y.; A. D. Beers. New
York, N. Y.: L. A. Blackner. Ra Ariz
A L. Blomfield. Denver, Colo. , W " u
Boggs, Douglaston, N. i.: S. L. Bridge,
Comfort, Texas. D. W. BrunSon. Den
ver. Colo.: H. A. Buehler. St- Louis. Mo..
E. E. Bugsbee. Boston, Mar .
Charles, A. Chase, Denver, Colo . G H
Clevenger. Palalto. CaL
S. H. Davis. G. Dewey. Selby. CaL: R.
H. Dickson. Warren, Ariz.. S G. Uol
man. Itav, Ariz.
Howard Eckfeldt. South Bethlehem.
Pa.; J. -- Ede. La Salle. Intl.. Kari
Eilers. New York. N. Y.; M Eleasser.
Los Angeles, CaL; E. N. Englehardt.
Robert Faulkner, Lebanon. Pa . Leon
Feuchere. Warren. Ariz.. Siegfried
Fisher, jr.. Golden, Colo.; F N. Flynn.
W. 11 Gaby. Butte. Mont . Walter
Garms. Ray. Ariz.; W. B. Gohring, War
ren. Ariz.; C. W. Goodaie. Butte. Mont .
J. C. Greenwpy. Warren. Vriz : Alden I
Groff. New Y'ork. N. 1.: W. vross. Perth
Amboy. N. J : Justice Grugan.
fk. &d,vauu ua.i. .ten i om. .. 1 .
IL T. Hamilton, Nacozari. Sonora. Mex- ,
ico; R. S. Handy, Kellogg, Idaho; Justin
IL Haynes, Denver, Colo , Stewart Ilai- i
elwood. San Francisco. Cal..; E C. Hick-
man. East Helena, Mont: F. G. Hills,
Denver. Colo.; E. N. Kobart. Nogales. I
Ariz.; J. P. Hodgson. Bisbee. Ariz.
T. IL Jenks. Wickenburg. Ariz.; S. J.
Jennings. Mrs. S. J. Jennings, Miss Amy
S. Jennings. Miss Mary A. Jenniiigs,
New Y'ork. N. ".. F. E Johnson. Salt
Lake City. Utah. William Striekler
Jones. Atlantic Citj. N. J.; Ira B.
Joralemon, Warren, Ariz
D. N. Kay, Ray, Ariz.; G. W. Kays,
Kinsman, Ariz.; R. W. Kerns, Bis
bee. Ariz.. 3- J. Kidder. Mogellon, N.
M.: E. H. Koenig. Perth Amboj. N. J ;
J. J. Kruttshnitt, jr., Tucson. Ariz.;
O. M. Kuchs, Salt Lake City, Utah; C.
R. Kuzell, Mrs. C R. Kuzell, Anaconda,
E. H. Laws, Salida. Colo.; William
Lennox. S. H. iet inson. Hayden, Ariz
W. E. McCourt. St Louis. Mo.; W.
T. McDonald. Ray. Ariz., A G Mc
Gregor, Ilibbee, Ariz.; P. ... McHugh.
Denver, Colo.: R. Mcintosh. Mrs. Mc
intosh. Lake Linden. Mich.. J. F Man
ning. R. F. Holkol. Chosen, Korea. E. K
Marble. Hayden, Ariz., x.. P. Mathew
son, Anaconda. Mont.. C. W. Merrill.
Mrs. C W. Slernll, San Francisco. Cal ,
F. J. IL Merrill, Los Angeles. Cal .
Kdwin W. Mills. Holkol. Chosen. Korea.
C. A. Mitke. Bisbee, Ariz.; Phillip X.
Moore. St. Louis, Mo.. P A. Mosman,
New York City. Seeley W. Mudd. Los
Angeles. Cal.: II. T. Murray, Hayden.
Ariz.: Jt. T. Morrill.
Arthur Notman. Warren. Ariz.
R. C. Pellon. Bisbee. Ariz . E. C Pot-
,ter. Clearwater. Mont.
F. L. Ransom. Salt Lake City. Utah.
William II. Ilea. Mrs. William II Has.
Miss Ilea, Pittsburg. Pa; C. E. Rhodes.
Pasadena. Cal.; Miss
Schenectadv. N. Y- .1
Marion Rice, ;
! South Bethlehem. Pa.: Mrs. Is. D. i
Ricketts, New York. N. Y.; E. B Rider. ,
i Warren Arizj; Ambrose E. Ring. Flat,
j ....v., .iiw.. ... .-. ituuci lauii. (nuaiuni
j OnL. Canada. Burr A. Robinson, New
York. N Y.; E Moore Robinson. South
j Bethlehem. Pa., E. W. Rouse. Balti
more. Md.. B. E. Russell. Ray. Ariz.
' R. H. Sales. Butte. Mont.: F. S. Sehi-
merks, Clifton. Ariz.; Carl Seholz. Chl-
IK. ni .
cago. I1L: Gerald Sherman. Bisbee. I
Ariz.. IL R. Simpson. Los Aneeles. CaL:
. ,-1 . t
iiowara tmiin. San Kraneisco, Cal.. T
li. spilsDury. .New York
: x y' p.ul 1
Stoughton, Mrs. Bradley
,ew lork. X. 1.. R.
John' C. Taylor. Denver. Colo. Kno '
Taylor. High Bridge. N Y
B. B Thay- I i,
er. New York. X. Y.
R. E. Venlng. Perth Amboy. N. J.
If. A. Ware. Anaconda, Mont., Joel
H. Watkins, Washington, l. C . A P
Watt. St. Francois. Mo. A. J. Weimg
Telluride. Colo.: IL U. Williams. Mrs. 11
K. Williams. Calumet. Mich . Philip
Wiseman, Mrs Philip Wu-eman. Los
Angeles. Cal.. William Wraith. Salt
Lake City. rtah.
II. M. Ziesemer. Bisbee. Ariz.
Among the El Pasoans who left v. ith
the party are: F. T. Anderson. W M
Iirury, W. re Gordon. C. A. Grabill.
IS. P Mannahan. H. 1. Pallister and J.
E. W. MITCHELL WAS
E. B. THAYER'S SECRETARY
When B B. Thayer, of the Anaconda
j Mining company, and one of the big
j mining engineers of the special train
J delegation, was here in his private car
Anaconda Sunday, there nas
anu "e. w "Vheii. o" E.mpa"e To
," 'raete "'."2.":!;" Tr
lioo? SnlnTconUny t1
Altos. N AL Mr. Mitchell.
Thajers iriate se retar wa -with
j ilr Thajer mu b of the time and bi - I
ame a .lose personal friend of the I
Mr Mitchell had planned to drive to
Hue. o natural park Sunda. but aban-
?"e,i-a.'hc tr'p when he learned that
Mr. Thayer would be her, uiih tha
NFW PFNTDAl Midift
IS OPENED TO THE PUBLIC
R proclamation of mayor Tom Lea.
nnd.r who ,,-,.. . z , . S: '
.:' --Zr" "- - ""use oay in jm ,
the day foVhTfo op1U,ao? h8e
rr2 ,,ntral "'arket at San Antonio I
nd rlorence streets. The market was !
. .. -" . a
IVr:""'.. V"'""elf.a. " " noiv tuny
'"l",Ha iu IIUIIUlinaT mt IMrKM HBK1-
ness of the city. The market will be
,"VI"lur'I under the supervision of the I
jasS - w - aast - - as
Tm. marKet waB bullt Dv tne Centrai I
?eL ""?""? "L1'.''
N Bassett ii president of the com-
pan. S. Cromhia. im vi nr.siH.nr
i iarx niman stcretary and manager,
j anil J M Watt treasurer,
i The market was formally opened at
; noon Monday and was open for inspec
tion Mond ij afternoon especially for
' the women and will open again" this
' eemn for the public.
! W. J. GUNTHER'S HOME
ROBBED WHILE OWNER AWAY
T!ie home of W. J. l.unther. who is
absent in California, was entered by
burglars Saturda afternoon and a
number of household articles taken
The robbery was discovered by neigh
bors and was reported to the poll,.
It is not yet known what was taken
from ihe home which is at S4j Doug
las :-treet One of the side windows
was found open where the men en
tered. W. J. FREEMAN'S HOME
IS ROBBED OF TWO PISTOLS
Hurglar .ntered the home of W 4
1- reemun. at lln, California str. et.
sometime Saturday afternoon and. tfT. i j
going throu-h the house, took two j.i- I
iois which wne In tne drawer or i
I.,, raiue into th loiiltn.i .- tnj.j
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Dr. J. J. Caldwell says that this eTceedlncly
dtatreflstns disease Uu s m & nl'orten life,
but does not appear to be curable. Suffer
ers from this affliction a" condemned to
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New York 67 " 26
Boston 70 " 00
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