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Friday. August 12, 1910.
MINING AXD OIL NEWS.
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The, Great Family Resort
Extraction of Copper to Be
It is reported that the extraction of
copper will be stopped by the Imperial
j Copper company of Arizona for the pre
sent, on account of the low price of
copper, unuergrountt aeveiopinem .ui
continue, however, but none will be
hoisted. It is planned to dcot more
attention hereafter to the extensive por
phyry territory which the comoany
owns. One claim of 20 acres has been
explored with about 20 holes and all
attest commercial ore running at least
2 percent copper to 3 1-2 percent.
In a short time the Imperial company
has put in sight 8,000,000 tons of por
phyry ore, while there yet remain to
be explored about 20 additional claims.
The company owns a 300 ton concentrating-
plant and a smelter capable of
treating 750 tons daily. The directors
are considering the enlargement of the
concentrator so that between 2C00 and
3000 tons of ore can be treated daily.
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"JULY AT EL PASO
The importation of mineral ores from
Mexico into the United States through
the port of El Paso during the month I
of July, 1910, as shown in the records
of the customs house are as. follows:
Tonsf ore, 7212; number or carloads,
264; total value, $59.79S.
T HI -11 srfr
J. C alislier Dry Good
S Co, (tnco2ptfaieQ
Of the above shipments there were
1576 tons of calamine (zinc) of the
value of 51S.626, and 5636 tons of ore
containing lead, silver and gold of the
value of ?34,032, and copper of the
value of $7140. The duty on zinc has
decreased the shipments of that, min
LA CORONA MINE NOW
HAS TWO LARGE TUNNELS.
La Corona, In the Magdalena. district,
Sonora, Mexico, acquired about a year
and a holf ago by Bisbee mining men
has been actively developed Tor the last
three months. Two tunnels have been
driven, one 200 feet long and the other
75 feet. In the longer tunnel, one of
the ledges showing a width of only
three feet at the surface has already
been cut showing a width of 14 feet and
averaging $2.50 per ton in values. A
second ledge that will be cut by this
tunnel, is 40 feet wide at the surface,
showing good values. This tunnel will
also cut a third ledge which it is ex
pected, will be the richest of all, as it 1
has a surface width of 15 feet and as
saved at the surface $S per ton. -
Priest Stops Riots In NewYork City
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PLENTY Of IT DRINK
EL PASO PURE MILK
There is more food value In one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there Is in
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steals. El Paso Pure Milk is pure
milk. It comes from inspected, con
tented cows, and is treated by the most
scientific methods. Delivered to vou
in sterilized airtight bottles.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
, Phones: Bell 340; Auto. 1150.
Office 313 3f. Oresroa-
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ClfiKP fo nil Mionrroc ovij ,n l.n. nr v...rAnr. iu.t.4
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suburban placesof amusement, the mountains and beaches pass the
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ILXAPPS. MANAGER. Van Nuys. Los Angeles. Cal.
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Everything home-like. Prices Reasonable. Close to Shopning Center
over. Fifth Street, East of Main."
THOS. W. L. LAW. ManaaPr
Mesilla Valley Peaches Have
Supplanted the Elbertas
Price of oats Is expected
to take an upward spurt
The weekly Inventory of the produce , Fruits,
smops finds that Elberta peaches have i Mesilla Talley peaches.
Jrun their short
other hand, the
sweet race. On the
ilesilla valley peach-
erine dropped from 35c per baslcet to
25c, so life is not without its comnA-n-
: Valley peaches -
Fresh f igs
, Fresh pinapple
i Green apples
cof-inm. tt .. . .. I txreftn a
On fcQ clil-r o; t r e- I -""- xxuks va-ixey pears try them; -,,,: r
" ZT ""J "" vl xcfm ow, uPJt.. lor breakfast mav be had t Kc pr ilssl(n sr&pes..
ernmnp L.ina.iiT.Tr ixx?aai kvuv - -.
Quality Sweets. Propwly
EI Paso Pasteur isisflfufe
For Prevemtlve Treatmeat
325 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Re 3457
pound ana for the farseeing housewife
there are preserving pears at $1 per
box of 40 pounds. That will be about
all for the fruit. As to vegetables,
tthere has been no change in prices
since last week, nor "has anything new
appeared on the market to goo-goo the
appetite. Still one des not live to eat,
and there is still suffcient variety of
stuffs in the market for those "who eat
The prices on meats at the butcher
j shops remain unchanged. "
Following are the local current quo
tations on fruits, vesretabls. mp
s? Photo Supplies if
Supplies for Engineers,
Architects and -Artists
FINE KODAK FINISHING
El Paso, Tex.
oc per bskt.
20c per ib.
10c, 3 for 25c
- 25c each
.10c I1CT Vh 5 -f or-
ATaUn , , .. . ' " "r tJU
w", 5,lcipes iwnite; loc lb.
Cantaloupes . 8 for ,5c
Peaches (California lOc ner "lh
California Plums i L ,11 ,w '
j Mexican Aguacates ....3 for 95c
Lemons 25n to sn A
Wlmes 15c ner rfn"
"ranses 20c to 50c per doz."
Bananas 25c to 30c per doz.
Sweet potatoes 5c lb
Cauliflower. . . i ." Vn" , J
Parsl0evn,a peas--:-...10c lb.. 3 for 25c
Rhubarb 10 ..
g"en chI" 10c per Si
Bell pepper 15c ..
Cucumbers (fancy) o Pf ".'
Radishes. ... 5c two bunches
Beans, wax and green ioc per lb
Beets, valley - 10c per three bunches
Cabbage (valley).. 5c pcr lb
a1rrots 5c per bunch
Celery . . ........ loc per stalk, 2 for 25c
Eggplants, southern isc per lb
ettuce 10c head. 2 for 15C
Onions, green ........ 2 bunches for 5c
Onion, white. 5c per ,
?n?fS' neW '; 25c ten lbs.
Spinach A Sn ,.
5c per lb
10c per lb
oc per lb.
.. 15c per b.
20c per lb.
20c per lb.
20c per lb.
..20c per lb.
20c per lb.
EI MAYO MIXES HEADY
TO ERECT SMELTER.
The El Mayo Mines company of Mex
ico, limited, is operating mine proper
ties in the Alamos district, state of So
nora, Mexico, under the direction of
"W. W. Mitchell. The property covers
about 500 acre's, containing copoer, gold
and silver bearing veins. Though work
was only commenced March 10. V1910, a
vein rich in copper and gold has been
developed, the gold being visible. The
consulting engineer reports abundance
of ore and everything ready for the
melter to be erected.
GREET? CAXAXEA MAKES'
.SEVENTY TONS DAILY.
Reports from Cananea, Mexico. state
that production is averaging approxi
mately 70 tons of copper bullion daily
and that the July figures will be proba
bly about 425,000,000 pounds. At the
smelters, six out of eight blast furnaces
and one reverberator- are in operation,
two blast furnaces being held in reserve,
but under a policy of copper curtail
ment production will of necessity be
t cut down.
7c per bunch
El Paso School
Upper Intermediate, full hlgfc school, &t
.-...w. ciwTG wuisea, -j.neory,
and appreciation of music under
instructor. resident director
training and outdoor snorts.
MISS SLATER MISS TA2rBL, m
620 Prospect Are. ra P Texas!
Teething children have morn nr !,
! diarrhoea, which can be confront v..
giving Chamberlain's Colic. Choldra and
Diarrhcfca Remedy. All that is neces
sary isfto give the prescribed dose af
ter each operation of the bowels more
than natural and then, castor oil to
rleanse the system, It is safe and sure.
Sold by ah defers
Butter and Eggs.
Butter, fancy grade 35c per lb.
Eggs, Sunflower 30c per doz.
j Eggs, ranch .. 45c per doz.
Camembert, 35c; Imported ..50c per can
Cheese, cream dairy 25c per lb.
Edam, small 51.15
Neufchatel 10ceach, 2 for 15c
Pineapple 63c and 70c each
Roquefort 60c per lb.
Swiss, imported 40c per lb.
Limburger 25c per lb!
Sage 30e per Id.
Circle Brand ioc each
Dutch Girl . 40c per "can
Brick cheese 25c per lb.
Sirloin steak v 20c patjb.
Rump steak 12fc.c per lb!
Round steak i5c ner lb!
Rib roast isc per lb
Beef livers lOc per lb.
Lamb leg ".22c to 25c per lb.
Lamb racks (whole) 28c per lb!
Lamb loin chops 30c to 35c per lb
Lamb shoulders' iSc per lb.
Breast pieces Sc to 10c per lb!
Lamb livers ioc each
jLeSr 17c per lb.
a,CK 18c per lb.
LoIn 18c to 20c per lb
Shoulders ioc per lb
Neck pieces Sc per lb.
Breast pieces 6c per lb
Crown roasts 20c per lb
Jff 18c to 20c per lb.
hops 18c to 22c per lb.
steaks .20c tn 22c Der lb
There has been no change in the lo
cal alfaSfa and feedstuff m?rirp
though dealers look for a rise in oats
soon. Corn alsk has a rising tendency.
Following are thelocal quotations for
Alfalfa, wholesale $13 per ton
Alfalfa, retail ?15 per ton
rsorthern Texas hay $is per ton
Corn, wholesale $1.65 per cwt.
Corn, retail $1.75 per
Texas oats, wholesale $1.50 per cwt
Texas oats, retail .$1.60 per cwt.
Chops, wholesale $1.65 per cwt
Chops, retail $1.75 per CwL
Bran, wholesale 1 $1.50 per cwt
Bran, retail $1.G0 per cwt
All crippled and convalescent children
who desire to attend the children's pic
nic Monday, August 15, will be called
tor, ir names are reported to Mrs. Thos
O'Keefe, 815 North Ochoa street.
Let us suggest a dainty frozen dessert
Phone the Elite an" time.
YOQTJIVO'S CYANIDE PLANT.
The Yoouivo Development comnanv
j has just concluded a 30 days' run of
..w .. .. jemiut: H""ll O.HU lilt; piitllL lliiS
been temporarily shut down to permit
ofr changes of a minor nature. Mean
time regular shipments of high grade
ore and concentrates are being made,
a recent car lot returning over $40,000.
The mines are at Yoquivo, Rayon dis
trict, in the southwestern part of the
state of Chiuhuahua. and are controlled
bj- the Qualley brothers.
STRIKE OF- SULPHIDE REPORTED.
Another new strike of sulphide is re
ported in the Mascot mine near Dos Ca
bezas,, Ariz. It- was made in a drill
being run from the station at the ina
1 foot level. Practically the whole face.
vk, oium ttuu uulluih 01 me aritt are
in sensationally high grade copper sul
phide, ore, similar to that encountered
in the Oregon open cut of the same
SIERRV DE COBRE.
At the Sierra de Cobre mine of the In-diana-Sonora
group In Cananea. which
has recently become an important fac
tor in the companyvs silver production,
developments are proving satisfactory.
These ores which are smeltod tfirect. in
addition to carrylng'Iiigh values in the
precious metals, carry approximately
7 percent copper per ton.
THE DESERT GOLD MINE SOLD.
The old Deport gold mine, two miles
north of Vicksburg, Ariz., owned by the
Mount Antelope Gold Mining jompnny,
has been transferred to Bemannn P.
Hall, of New York, and associates. The
10 stamp mill will be started October 1.
There is said to be enough ore on the
dumps to keep the. mill running the
next 12 months.
Rev. Father William B. Farrcll, pr!est of the CKureh of St. Peter nnd St.
Paul, New York, vrho recently stopped the riotixjp: betneen the Ntrikers of ike
American Sugar Rcfitiins: company's AVI Iliamsbur?: plant, the strike breakers
and the police. Father Karrell ivns at the rectory when the riorinjr broke oat
and immediately ran to the scene. In the stiower of bricks and other znissiles,
the priest stumbled ocr the form of a man on the ground. Tfc.e man was dylHsr
Ircm. a shot slleged to lie fired by an employe of the snsir company. Tke
priest knelt and gave him the consolation of the last rites. After that the priest
went among' the strikers who were Ktill shoctinzr and hurling bricks, command
ing them to desist. He spoke but a few -words end the men, most cf whom are
foreigners, Immediately ceased rioting and accompanied the ariest to the
church where Re. Father Farrell spoke to them from the steps of that edifice.
IJev. Father Farrell is now attempting to bring abont a settlement of tko
strike. The ugar trust officials have already promised to grant all concessions
with the exception of talcing back all of the former employe.
COPPER QUEEV IMPROVEMENTS.
The Copper Queon Mining company
of Bisbee, Ariz., has prepared plans for
expending ?o00,000 111 .the installation
of McDougal reverberator' furnacts
In conection with the company's smelter
at Douglas. A haf million brick have
been ordered from the El Paso Brick
HANOVER WORKS STEADILY.
The Hanover Copper company is
prosecuting active development on its
mines at Hanover, N. M.. and making
occasional shipments of zinc ore in car
Peach ice cream aelrrered after sup
per. Phone the Elite.
ABOLITION OF CAITTEEH
BAD FOR THE SOLDIER.
Boston, Mjiss., Au. 12. Although he
did not directly advocate the reestab
lishment of the army canteen. Rv.
Father George Jr Warinjr, chaplain of
the lltih cavahy, U. S. A., in an ad
dress before the national convention of
the Catholic Abstinence union, implied
that its .abolition was a mistake.
Father Warinjj declared that the sol
dier Tvns driven to drink lately by the
fact that hev was practically barred from
hiffh elas; ahniseinent and refreshments.
"He has been deprived of a canteen
where he "was accustomed to get a qlass
of pure beer without jroinir away from
his home, and wliere he couid neither
meet bad eomnany nor drink to excess.
He i shunned by all respectable peo
ple. His self respect is crushed within
him and he naturally enters the only
open door that of tfli saloon."
for three weeks past getting data from
the county records, have returned to
Lon Moore Is spending the week at
the Indian Kot springs.
Sheriff A. A. Anderson has returned
from Clifton. f
WOMAN DRINKS MATCH
HEAD POISON, RECOVERS
Maria Coronda, the routMful Mexican
actress who took home made Dliosnhnme
poison, has recovered. She lr.is cone to
the dty of Chjjhuahua to join a theatrical
ampany. Frompt action of El Paso
physicians is all that saved the life of
the unhappy young woman. She swal
lowed the sulphur contained in a whole
box of matches, which she had dissolved
At the Hotel Rosslyn. Los Angeles:
H. D. Homlln, Nogales: G. G. McLennan!
Tucson; Mrs. D. C. Livingston. "Douglas;
Miss C. M. Davis, Douglas; TV. j. Ricke
inan, Wlnslow; C. M. Sturges, Phoenix;
L. J. Bolm, Phoenix; M. Hendrickson,
Tucson; D. C. Livingston, Douglas; Mrs
E. Helm. Tempe; Carrie Brittlngham!
Phoenix; Pat Holland. Tombstone; Mr.
and Mrs. R. E Kalfns, Prescott; Mr.
and Mrs. "W. M. Ross and children; Pres
cott; Chas. King, Jerome; Guy Acuff.
Phoenix: Ira TV. Lovell, Tucson; E. M.
Neeley and wife, Tucson.
Use Herald Want Ads for
Solomonville, Ariz., Aug. 12. Trinidad
Michelina Is homo from school in Los
Miss. Bilby of Graham, is topping
with Mrs. L4 B. Gunther and preparing
for the teacher's examination to be
given September 1.
Mrs. Conie Robinson, late of Willcox.
was married to Chas. E. Yett, of Solo
monville. A hay ride and a gypsy supper were
indulged in by the young people of
town. After their ride they cooked
their supper camp" fashion and all en
joyed it even if It did rain.
Mrs. A. Ablel and Mrs. C. F. Ford of
Tombstone, Ariz., who have been here
"When the stomnch fails to perform its
functions, the bowels become deranged.
the liver and the kidneys congested
ausmg numerous diseases. The stomach
md liver must be restored to a healthy j
condition and Chamberlain's Stomach '
md Liver Tablets can be aeperded upon
o do it Eas- to take and most effect
ve. Sold by all dealers.
Thf biggest Pwttry Fiti Mnwteeiwir
m ihs wsrid. Try a fcig tf Ms HU
I FUmm SCRATCH FEED I
j M$ks Hns Lay
FUBiNA CHICK FEED
Ssvts Zafcy CkUkt
FOR SALE BY
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