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rvW!aJUl!n&m! n iiuw1 -,ai,f-ii ffl 2 Cor. Kansas & Boulevard j 1 HEW YDH KUWYER WEALTH Days More i r CLEAN SWEEP SALE Tomorrow and Monday Only 2 days more of Clean Sweep Sale, and we intend to make them the biggest days of the whole sale. The extra specials for Monday you will find in Saturday's Herald we list be low the special values for tomorrow. Clean Sweep Sale has been a success straight through. But the final two days will surpass all others. Be here, without fail,- tomorrow and Monday. I - . (Saturday Only) Lingerie Dresses at (Saturday Only) SE23l3HH3iHEi9HHIi3EHHHHIBIH9IHlHllHHIHS3 Ass SBmb EW? & dsKa 4 B9 H b $28.50 Dresses It's really a little less than half-price. Tomorrow being the last Saturday of Glean Sweep Sale, -we propose to make it the best day of the sale an the "way of business and Tallies TShere are both high and kw necked dresses in this extra special lot. They are made of the finest, sheerest summer fabrics batistes, organdses and similar fabrics and ex quisitely trimmed with delicate laces and handsome em broideries. Many dresses have overskirt of the allerer embroidery. These dresses come in white, bine and lavender. There are, literally, hundreds of different styles in faot, there are scarcely any tAVo dresses that are just alike. All sizes. Regular $28. SO dresses; to- Wash Suits I Stylish, serviceable little suits .well cut and carefully finished. Made of a su perior qualtay linene, that washes well. Come in .whiite and colors. For a "gen eral utility" suit you can't do better than select-one of these. Regular $5.00 values; tomorrow tf only the price is 5 J. (All Sizes) (Saturday Only) Silk Kimonos morrow only we ma Clean Sweep price of Full length silk kimonos, edged with satin ribbon. Both sleeveless and long sleeved styles are offered, both the regu lation straight kimonos and the belted Empire styles. A thin silk kimono is the only comfortable garment for t&ese warm, sleepy afternoons and these ki - memos are so pretty no woman would mind being caught in one. Our regular $6.75 silk kimonos; very (frO AP special tomorrow only at.. Po53 EXTRA! $40. 00 Handmade $7.50 Tailored Skirts $3.95 If you don't need a tailored skirt for immediate wear, choose one of the more conservative models and put it away for fall service. These skirts are made of light weight ail-wool materials in black, solid colors and fancy mixtures. All the late models are represeneed pleated, tunic and plain gored both but ton-trimmed and self -trimmed. Regular $7.50 skirts; Clean Sweep price They look like silk hose, but in reality only the foot and ankle are silk, he rest is lisle. That's why we sell them for 50c a pair. Come in black only. for One of the biggest values of the whole Clean Sweep Sale. There are only two or three of these coats left they "make exquisite evening coats. Come in white and champagne. Worth to $40.00; Clean owesp price tomorrow (P 1 ifi and Monday is f) A $J J New Potatoes and Pine apples On Local Market Celery Advances; Alfal fa and Grain Stationary Look who's here. It's Not the "dymmicrat" of Hennessy roundtable, but 3Ir. Dooley. Elberta peaches 50c crate the Dooley-J Green apples 5c lb he autocrat! Malaga grapes (white) 15c lb of the dinner table, fresh dooly pota toes. The;- came on the market during the weelr and are selling- for 10 cents pr-r pound and finding takers at that Fresh pineapples' are also on the mar ket, retailing at 25 cents each. Aftor dangling for a time at 1 cents p r stalk, celery advanced to Its cents, two for-a quarter. Squash dropped from 10 to 5 cents per pound. Prices on other vegetables remain unchanged from last week. Berries. Blackberries 15c per box; 2 for 25c Strawberries (California) i 15c per box; 2 for 25c Loganberries. . .15c per box; 2 for 25c Raspberries. . ..lac per box: 2 for 25c TnItB. Fresh pinapple 25c each Apples $3.50 to $4 per 50-lb. box "Watermelons lc per lb. Cantaloupes 2 -for 15 cents Peaches (Texas) 20c per basket Peaches (California) 20c per lb. California Plums 15c per lb. Ciifornia Currants 15c box Mexican Aguacates 3 for 25c Lemons 25c to 30c per doz. Limes 15c per doz. Oranges 20c to 50c per doz. Tangerines 15c to 30c per doz. Apricots -. 2 lbs. for 25c Bananas 25c to 30c per doz. Vcgretebles. Cauliflower 20c per lb. 3Iustard greens 5c bunch; 3 for 10c California peas 10c lb., S for 25c Parsley 5c per bunch Rhubarb 10c par lb. Green chili 15c per lb. Special Bargains In Good Things to Eat Apple Cake, on Special Sale Saturday, c f only OC Bate Pie, it's delicious, on Special Sale Saturday, g g each X3C Lemon and Custard Pie, on sale Saturday, -j g each, only IOC BELGIAN BAKERY 210 E. Overland St. Both Phones Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of Mexico Today Magazine Address MEXICO TODAY MAGAZINE Apartado 5 Bis. Mexico D. F. Bell pepper 25c per lb. Cucumbers (fancy) 5c each Radishes 5c two bunches Beans, wax and green 10c per lb. Beets, valley 10c per three bunches Cabbage- (valley) 5c per lb. Carrots 5c per bunch Celery 15c per stalk Eggplants, southern 15c per lb. Lettuce 10c head, 2 for 15c Onions, green '. . 2 bunches for 5c Onion, white 5c per lb. Potatoes, new 25c ten lbs. Spinach 5c per lb. Squashes 5c per lb Tomatoes 15c per lb. Turnips 5c per lb. Watercress 7c per bunch Roasting ears 30c doz. Okra 15c per lb. Jfuts. Almonds 20c per lb. Brazil nuts 20c per lb. Filberts 20c per lb. Pecans 20c per lb. English "Walnuts 20c per lb. Butter and Eggs. Butter, fancy grade 35c perylb. Eggs, Sunflower 30c per dozl Eggs, ranch 40c per doz. Cheese. Camembert, 35c; imported ..50c per can Cheese, cream dairy 25c per lb. Edam, small $1.15 each iNeuf chatel y. .10c each. 2 for 15c Pineapple 65c and 70c each Roquefort 60c per lb. Swiss, imported 40c per lb. Limburger 25c per lb. Sage 30c per lb. Circle Brand lOc each Dutch Girl 40c per can Brick cheese ..25c per lb. Be-f. Sirloin steak 20c per lb. j Rump steak 12c per lb. i cound steak 15C per lb. Rib roast 15c per lb. Beef livers lOc per lb. Lamb. Lamb leg 22c to 25c per lb. Lamb racks (whole) A. 28c per lb. Lamb loin chops 30c to 35c per lb. Lamb shoulders 18c per lb. Breast pieces 8c to 10c Der lb. Lamb livers lOc each Mutton. Leg 17c per lb. Rack ..lSc per lb. Loin 18c to 20c per lb. 'Shoulders lOc per lb. Xeck pieces 8c per lb. Breast pieces 6c per lb. Crown roasts 20c per lb. Pork. Leg 18C to 20c per lb. Chops 18c to 22c per lb. Steaks 20c to 22c per lb. Alfalfa. The alfalfa and grain market re mains from last week, the following quotations being in effect: Alfalfa, wholesale $13 per ton Alfalfa, retail 515 per ton Xorthern Texas hay $18 per ton Corn, wholesale $1.65 per cwt- Corn, retail 51.75 per cwt Texas oats, wholesale $1.50 per cwt. Texas oats, retail $1.60 per cwt. Chopgf wholesale $1.65 per cwt. Chops, retail $1.75 per cwt. Bran, wholesale $1.50 per cwt Bran, retail si.flo nr -t sup- Peach! ice cream delivered after per. Phone the Elite IXVEXTS DEVICE FOR LEVELIXG SLAG DUMPS. mixmne. j VrSJSsK"-":" Keep The Complexion Beautiful i? r 4 face rodder (In Green Boxes Only) Produces a soft, -velvety appearance so much ad mired, and remains until washed. 011. .funned by a new process. Will not clog the pores. Harmless as water. Prevents return of discolorations. White, Flesh, Pink, Brunette. By Leading Toilet Counters Or Mail. Price 50 cents. HONEY BACK if Not Entirely Pleased. Prepared by NATIONAL. TOILET CO., PAE:S,TBB 'Sold by Kelly & Pollard and Other Druggists." Douglas Mechanic Claims Machine, Operated by Electric Motor, Will Prove Great Time Saver. A new machine for leveling the sur face of smelter slag dumps has just been invented by master mechanic Alex Adamson, of the Copper Queen smel ter, Douglas. Ariz. Slag from copper ore hauled away in cars in huge pots and dumped away from the smelter, frequently leaves an uneven surface which Is leveled by laborers with crow bars, picks and shovels. The new ma chine it is claimed is able to accom plish in less than two hours the work It required 15 men four days to do. The device is similar in principle to the Qifcnner machine, consisting of a shaft on one end of which is a pulley for receiving the power, and on the other end eight arms to each of which is attached a 30 pound steel hammer, all hammers reaching the same level. This shaft and equipment is on one end of a flat car with the hammer end extending on the right side, the ham mers covering a space of two feet be yond the trak on which the car rests. On the other end of the car is an elec tric motor which receives the current from the overhead wire that pulls the electric slag motors. When the power is applied the shafts and attached ham mers make 500 revolutions per minute, which remove the projecting slag and iave a level space for moving the track. MERRILI, GOLD MIXE 2VEAR COCHISE DEAT3L.OPS RICH ORE Cochjse. Ariz., July 15. The last ore body struck in the Merrill gold mine, northwest of Cochise, is proving rich It was struck in a cross cut at a 70 foot depth, after running 60 feet. It was found to be all pay ore for a width of 10 feet. The ore is free milling gold ore and easily mined. Sample assays returned $1S0 to $200 gold, and the entire ten feet in width avbrages $10 per ton. which can be 'mined and milled easily for $3 per ton. After drifting 18 feet and finding the width to be the same, Oliver Merrill has begun sinking a winze and cross cutting from the shaft to cut it at a depth of 100 feet. There are hundreds of tons of this ore on the dump and thousands In sight in the mine. A mill will be installed. MIXERS VISIT EL PASO. L. R. Budrow, general manager of the Lucky Tiger Combination Gold Mining company, of Sonora, and D. L. H. Forbes, who is formulating plans for a new power plant to Increase the mill and cyanide capacity, who have been In El Paso, returned home Thurs day night. It is stated that arrange ments are made whereby power will be transmitted frnm Douglas, Ariz., for mill and hoists of the TIgre district Visits Chihuahua Camps and Closes Deal for Big Property. "I have just returned from a business trip, a hurried trip 10 Chihuahua," said judge Floyd B. "Wilson, of Xew 'fcork City, upon his return to El Paso, "and have seen more mineral wealth in place than one can conceive. I was the guest of A. L. Eaton, manager of the great Potosi Mining company, and of W. J. Mitchell, general manager of the mines of the American Smelting J and Refining company in Santa Eu- lalia, near Chihuahua. I have seen in the subterranean vaults all the way from 25 to 50 million dollars worth of ore. The Potosi Mines. "In the Potosi mines are immense bodies of ore running 20 ounces of sil ver, of which the company is mining and shipping about 1000 tons a month and clearing $5 gold a ton. The ores are silver, lead, zinc, carbonates, sul phides and calamine. The main depos its or zinc carbonate run as high as 38 percent and are found at 1700 feet depth. The holdings are the Potosi, Quince de Mayo, Santa Gertudls, and Santa Ana mines in the Santa Eula lalla range a great limestone uplift with intrusive porphyries. Just to think of a mine yielding $600 a day profit. "The Potosi is a close corporation of New York capitalists. They market their ores at the lead and zinc smel ters. Other Mines Rich. "In the same camp are the mines of the American Smelting and Refining company, Comprising the Santo Do mingo, Mina Vieja, Sin Nombre, Hi dalgo, Valerdena, Dolores and San An tonio mines, covering about 300 per tenencias and producing silver-lead carbonates in great channels or cav erns In the limestone. There are nu merous shafts on the properties, some over 600 feet deep. I saw the great "death hole" in these Vnines where a cavern occurred 14 years ago, burying and crushing the native miners like rats 147 of them in the 500 foot level. They have never been exhumed to this day. j "These vast cavernous excavations I are among the wonders of the world. Untold millions have been taken from them. " Great cathedral-like vaults, large enough to thrugt your court house into, are mute witnesses of the immensity of those old ore deposits. The company recently struck a great chamber where the ore Is blocked out into several million dollars. The low est grade ore carries 20 ounces sliver and rich streak from 50 to 500 ounces per ton. The ores are shot down to the railway on aerial trams and thence hauled to smelters." Judge "Wilson closed an important deal on some great old. mines in the great canyon of western Chihuahua, called the Barranca del Cobre, and ex pects to return next September, Phones s 804, 844, 823, Auto Phone ; 189 Fancy Elberta peaches, per crate 50c J Fancy Elberta Peaches, per basket -. loc Watermelons, fresh ear, per lb lc Valley Cantaloupes, fresh every morning, 2 for 15c IsTew California Grapes, per basket T 50c Green String Beans, per lb 5c Few celery, extra nice, per bunch 15e 1 New cooking apples, large ones, 6 lb for 25c Extra firood lemons, per dozen 20c I Fancy tomatoes, per basket 35c Large white potatoes, 11 lbs - -4 25c ii. and M. .Baked eans, 6 cans tor . v 2c B. and 'M. Baked Beans, la rge cans, each .15c Kellogg Com Flakes or Post Toasties, 3 pkgs. for . .25c Puffed Eice, per package , 15c Puffed Wheat, per package 10c Shredded Wheat, 2 packages -. . .25c 1 Scotch or Quaker Oats, per package 10c J Large package Gold Dust 20c 1 4 lbs. bulk Starch 25c 4 large rolls toilet paper for 25c 5 gallon best Gasoline 85c 5 gallon best Eupion Oil 80c 3 lbs. best head Rice 25c Xice large Mackerel, each 10c Fresh Elberta Peaches, per crate 50c & rrv?. se& if I Cor. Kansas & Boulevard The Store Where YGy Ban Buy If Fr Less The entire plant will again be in op- GREAT STRIKE IN TEXAS eration at an early date. j ARIZONA GROWS RICHER At the Deadwood mines the sinking Benson Ariz., July 15. The strike of the shaft continued until work was j made by Ben X. TVilliams, manager of temporarilv abandoned on account of tIfe Texas-Arizona company located the inflow" of water, the large station north of Dragoon station, on the summit pump not Demg msiauea on LEAD AND ZINC ORES DUTIABLE United States Appraisers Overrule Importers' Contentions. In overruling the protests of the Con solidated Kansas City Smelting and Refining company, the board of United States general appraisers decided that ores containing lead and zinc are duti able, not only on the lead but on the zinc as assessed by the collector under paragraphs 1S1 and 193 of the Payne Aldrlch tariff. The importers claimed that only paragraph 181 applied and that the assessment under paragraph 192 was an error. General appraiser Fisher, who over ruled the importer's claim said: "If it be seriously urged that ores cannot be separated for the purpose of classification. Jen It is true that as zinc bearlngores containing less than 10 percent of zinc are provided for free of duty under paragraph 193. the lead content of such ores would escape the duty provided under para graph 181. It would be error to hold to this effect. The duty is assessable on the lead or the zinc, or both as the case may be, irrespective of the classi fication of the remaining constituents of such ores, under other paragraphs. As well may it be said that as silver ores are provided for free of duty, it is permissible to ignore the lead content when present in such ore. An exami nation of the amount of lead and zinc in the respective shipments shows at a glance the varying proportions and the substantial amouVts of both met als present in the importations. I am not persuaded that either of such metals should be ignored for cla;sifica tion purposes." No. 4 station. The Helen Mining company mine crew has Deen increasea xo id men which will be further added to in a short time, the work at present being cleaning out and retimbering portions i of the old workings preparatory to j general development. uoou nwu- ceeding it. way is being made on the instalation ; taken from of the pipe line up hitewater creeic. At the Enterprise Mining company all work is being prosecuted main tunnel. .on the TEXANS FINANCE AN ARIZONA MINE of the Dragoon range of mountains. about 20 miles east of Benson, is at tracting more than ordinary attention. The last shipment on which returns have been received from the smelter ran. 61 percent lead, 93 ounces silver and values in gold and copper, the net profit on the carload being ?205S.22, abouc four times as" much'as the car last pre- The higher grade ore was the incline at a depth of between" 50 and 100 feet, while the lower grade shipment came from less depth. Another carload of better ore is bemr shipped this week. It is reported that "Williams has also struck a body of high grade zinc ore. PRESIDENT WITHDRAWS CO VI, I LANDS IN TERRITORIES j Beverly, Massv, July 15. Tresldeni. Whlfpfflil PmnPrfv ?TOYe Taft has draTrn several million lULtJLd.ll JTlUUtULN J. i U CO acre of caxTtenas in different states Greater YalueS With ot. the west bringing the total acreage j ot coal lands witharawn made by him Deptll. j up to the enormous total of 71.518.5SS. me a.i triis tucu ;ue iv& ium&. Tombstone, -Ariz.. July BURT FILTER FOR MOGOLLOS MINE Will Increase Socorro Pijop erty Capacity Entird District Active. ilogollo-n, N. M., July 15. At the Socorro mines the third Burt fil tpr. n monster cast iron cylinder weighing over 10,000 pounds, fitted with filter levers, numerous valves and a massive door operated by hydraulic pressure, has been delivered on the Fannie Hill during the week. "When installed it will increase the capacity of the plant 30 percent. Mine development in the lower levels continues in the same good grade of milling ore. The vein on GOO east has attained a width of 19 feet, while the west drift holds its width of six feet. The ore from both drifts is above the average. The June ship ments of refined gold and silver bul lion exceeded 32.00D ounces in addition to heavy consignments of concentrates. Approximately 3000 tons of ore were milled. The Ernestine Mining companies has been shut down for general repairs and improvements the past two weeks. l. Joseph , "Arizona, 161.2S0 acres: Colorado. I,arrieu, a member of the board of di- c,191,151 acres: Montana, 20,20S,SS5 acre-; rectors of the "Whitetail Mining and Xew Mexico, 2,9-14,273 acres; North Da Milling company, has arrived in Tomb- , kota, 17,S2s',lS2 acres; Oregon, 192,462 stone from east Texas, where he has acres; South Dakota, 2.S70.2S7 afr-: been interesting capitalists In the prop- J utah, 5.S14.297 acres: Washington. ert?', , . if . i 2,207,967 acres: "Wyomino- 13.099.713 It is situated in the Paradise mining j acre; district located In the Chlricahuamoun-j .. total of coaI lands n(yn. wirh. tans of Cochise county. The White-j drawn in tne UnIted States is therefore tail group consists of 1 claims tinder ' i 51s SS acres" bond from Doran & Gallahre, and eight J '. .'.!'" ..1. , claims adjoining which have been filed """ " on belong to the company. It is the j intention of the directors of the com- pany to instal machinery and conduct operations on a large scale. s Four feet of ore carrying about 1 percent copper at a depth of about 120 feet, is a showing made on the TVhite tall group. There are also very good showings in the east drift, on the same level, there being from six to 1S inches ot ore In two different places. The ore value in the west drift, most particular ly copper is increasing as the drift pro ceeds. The vein at a depth of 40 feet is from two and a half to four inches in width. On the 120 foot level, by cross cutting 20 feet from the shaft, it was found to be eight feet wide a gain of from four to five feet in SO feet. The "V hitetail property has three veins, within a radius of 40 feet from the shaft, and it is thought that one more vein will be encountered as depth Is reached. Tne property is in the highly mineralized zone of the Para dise district. The shaft has an unusually good snowing, oeing mineralized por- phyry nearly all the way, improving in j depth, and bottomed In rock that is al- ' most ore. carrying from Qne to one and a i half percent copper. I in the Paradise mining district, it has ! Strain, etc., etc. This Question UV.MUUCU a. "lusi laiuduic iiiuup an llie Whetstone mining district, in the Whet stone mountains of Cochise county. The company has also taken over -he Newman & Gallen errouT conaitin!?- nf two full claims and adjoining the Lar- rieu property. The group is considered by those familiar with it to be good as shipping ore is available on the sur face and runs high in copper, carry ing some gold. In Jhe neighborhood some 2000 feet of development work has been done. It U the Intention of the Whitetail management to put a force of men at work on the property and prosecute further extensvie development work. mceauuestion! tion! fellra&3Stl Where to buy hay, oats, is satisfactorily settled if you decide to faror us with your orders. We carry a large stock on hand which as-c sures prompt delivery.' Also headquarters for fresh field, j garden and flower seeds. 0. a.SEETO&SON, Third and Chihuahua Sts. When the digestton is all right, the action of the bowels regular, there is a natural craving and relish for foodd. When this Is lacking you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They strengthen the digestive organs, im prove the appetite and regulate the bowels. Sold by all druggists. Kodaks, Photo Supplies IBM Supplies for Engineers, Architects and Artists FINE KODAK FINISHING FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY EI Paso, Tex.