El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, August 15, 1913 Page: 9 of 10
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EL PA8Q MORNING TIMES. FRIDAY AUGUST 15. liia.
w nnootvaa vr lurrox
WILL III in .)M IN
ARIZONA COPPER COMPUT
Baa Had the. Work of Ctu.trtwU.rn In
Pnmtr-m for the- Pm
nifton. Aril. Au(. 14. -Th new
smelter nf the Arisnna Copper corn
pany. Ud. which has baan under
construction for the past two years
will be blown In on Friday Aufcnet
it. according to a atatamant by Gen-
eral Manager Carmlchael who said
one reverberatofy furnace will be In
commission on that data.
Saturday morning August . wit-
nessed the A. C. ore train passing
through HHPa addition on their way
to the naw ore bine at the emelter.
The bla roaater will be started
Trlday morning. August tl and
nrat copper to be produced from the
new plant will follow one week Inter.
Warming up ona of the big reverbera-
tory furnace will atart the same day
aa ine master In put Into communion
Following the blowing In of the
flrat furnace another will be mad
reaily and with both furnacea In cum-ml-sinn
approximately 250 men will
be. employed about the new plant
for the first three monthe the naw
plant will be operated under the di-
rection of nr. U D. Rickets consulting-
nglneer and hi oorpa of assist-
ants Mr. Ambler personal represen-
tative of Tr. Rlcketa will be directly
In charge tiurlng the three mohtha'
trial several experiments will be
tried out and the plant thoroughly
tested in every department. At the
expiration of three months nr. Rlck-
etts will formally turn over the plant
to the Arlxona Copper company Ltd.
ami It will he officially received. At
this time It Is expected that several
directors of th Arlaona Copper com-
pany. Ltd.. will be in Clifton from
RICH COPPKH STRIKE
Reported n the Cabelloa Mountain
In Sierra County.
Engle N. If. Aug. 14. Emory
lib kok haa mad another good strike
of copper or In the Caballos moun-
tains. This strike la on a naw group
of claims which he located last spring
The group consists of fifteen claim
and Has north of the twelve claim
group which he waa working last
year. This latter group la now under
option to a company In which well
known copper man are Interested. '
The group on which the latest
strike of copper ore waa made Is
about four mllea south of the Ele-
phant nutte dam.
The chief claims are th Hlllsboro
Copper Queen and Black Swan. Th
copper waa found in the ahape of
ulance and malachite. The veins of
this rich ore averages eighteen Inches
with low grade atuff on the walla.
They are on th contact between lime
and granite and dip slightly towards
the east Water can be taken to the
claims by gravity aa they are not far
above the base of the mountain.
MILD EIOHT-HOl'R LAW
Arlxona's Modified Worklngwomcn's
Act Goes Into Effect Monday.
By Timet Bpeoial Carrttpondent
Phoenix Arlx. Aug. 14. The
Prooka eight-hour law for women
goes Into effect In Arlxona next Mon-
day 'morning. This statute waa'
passed at th third special aeaalon of
th state legislature. It provide that
no female ahall be employed or per-
mitted to work In any mercantile es-
tablishment confectionery store
hnkery laundry hotel restaurant or
telegraph or telephone exchange for
more than eight hours during any
one day. or more than flfty-atx hours
during any one week.
This part of the enactment Bounds
- as if the intention of the law la to
limit the hours of labor for women
to Just what Is said in the paragraph
above but this Is really not the ease
aa there are so many provlaos In the
I 111 to make It scarcely an eight-hour
' for women at all.
It was stated upon the floor of the
JO HI D.'S NON-1N.LAW
Harold MeCsrmtck. sun-la law e(
John 1 KtMkelaUer has as I ths million
aires uf th swttatry talalsg by kl
ti.nt at flying t a a (rss bla utile la
Ms fcyssTtsas'eiilatt Kdltk. Tk car Is
HnkV t'' "saxal
WM fl Bar- ' 1 ' W
legislature when th bill waa up for
discussion trim M eould have been
mad ccrvsldersbty shorter If It had
Just a Id that Women employed In
laundries shall hot work mora than
eight hour In any on day a or more
than 4 8 hour per weak aa th laun-
dry workers are practically the only
onea directly benefited by the act. In
th large telephone exchange nf the
state the thre shift plan WBJ In p.
ration long before the eight Hour law
for Women waa proposed .
In its original form the bill waa op
poaed by hotel and restaurant keep-
era employe of th Fred Harvey hot "I
and restaurant sytm and th Ilk
and department stars. Th sue-
0 ceded in having the bill modified to
th extent noted
The penalties for violation of the
act are a fine of not la than II
or Imprisonment for not Ira than
days or both fin and Imprisonment.
BIO RoRUI.I.l ( IIEESE PLANT.
Swtaa Expert Lays Plana to Manufac-
ture on a Large s. ale.
By TfSte S rid cf'orWfaoSsV!
Itoswell N. M . Aug. 14. Another
cheea factory on a larger scale than
any now operating In theae part la
assured through the purchase thl
week of the George Holderfer quarter
action two mile northwest of Dex-
ter by A. Kemp a newcomer to the
valley. He la a native of Swltaermnd
with years of experience In the
creamery and cheese business II la
said to have paid f 14000 for the prop-
erty. Mr. Eemp will take immediate pos-
sesion. He already haa 100 fin dairy
cows and within a year expects to be
equipped sufficiently to handle th
milk of too cows.
Mr. Zemp has been In thla country
only about two years and decided to
locate here after looking over all sec-
tions. He Will be connected more or
lea with th Stabenow brother who
are largely Interested In the Home
creamery operated here a company
that haa had great success. ' One thing
in Mr. Zemp a favor is that he wilt be
able to ralae practically all hi feed on
hla farm which I on of the best al-
falfa belts In the valley.
shut HORSE TO SAVE MAX
Arlaonan Rewcue Runaway Victim
Who Was lielng Dragged to Death
By Time tpcoial b'orrespoasrst
Phoenix Arlx. Aug. 14. H. Tomp
ktns. a cowman from the south side
la In a hoapltal here In a precarious
condition with no skin left on his
back from his hend to his heels the
flesh scraped clean to the bones in
many places but with a chance for
life because of the cool head and
nerve of Joe Well another cowman.
Taking one chance In a thousand.
Wells killed with a single shot the
runaway horse that waa dragging
Tompkins to deo.Hi over the rocks and
I rush In the neighborhood of Qila
Crossing 2b miles southwest of here.
Tompkins was thrown by a fractious
horse and his foot caught In the
etlrrup. He was dragged with hi
head hitting the ground at every leap
of the horse for about a quarter of a
mile. Wells saw the accident from
a distance and rod hastily to the
scan. Balling to atop the horse he
drew his pistol and killed it with hla
TUCSON CORPORATION LOSES.
By rimer Special Correspondent
Tucson Artg. Aug. 14. Th state
corporation commission yesterday
handed down a decision to the effect
that they will not grant a rehearing
to the Tucson Oas and Electric com-
pany. The city officials recently cited
the electric company claiming exces-
sive and discriminatory' rates. Th
commission decided in favor of the
city and the appeal for a rehearing
was on the grounds that the new rates
are confiscatory. The local company
A merely a branch of a big New York
TOINGK8T TAX ASSESSOR
By Timet Special Correiponileni
Colorado Texas Aug. 14 Mitchell
county thinks she has th youngest
tax assessor In the state In Earl Cal-
laway who Is a second cousin of Os-
car Callaway of Comanche county. He
was born In Hill county June 2 1890
and was elected assessor of Mitchell
county tn 1011. His ambition led him
to enter the race agalnat a native-
born candidate who had served one
term and when the votea were count. J
co can na'i a majority.
FI.IKS TO BUSINKsa
named after bis Wlfs tl rsceaty left
bla kuens a tb uuisklrt uf Cklcagu
and rakd bis fiu In lig tint. M
aU st area gulng u. 4 II every day
U Us tysalkar wa tilvar Us I tssst
DONA ANA'S EXHIBIT
KTVTF FAIR PKWIhKXT SPEAK
OT IT AT LAS ('RUCK
Bring nst Intu sating Facta tag New
Mexico k.b uiinr.- In (he (nurse
of Bla Addrewa.
By Timet Special Csrvesposgraf
!.. l ri.ee.. N M . An 14 -Ralph C.
111. president nf the Stele Fair ".! -lion
rlslted ! CraeM sad vicinity
tVednesder. sad spoke at tbe Klks' risk
here In Ike t'ltramn oa the "State Fslr
and What Pons Ana County gbonld Do to
' lb I .In He.t Results "
Mr Kly has Just completed a tear of
the H.iel IIISH4 lines ami la new trsrellng
oer the awaM t'r He hna talked te
thousands about th state fair and Is
confident of Its success
I mi ring I be eanrae nf hla address here
Mr. Fir stated thai every community haa
Its owa Individual problem It mast dis-
cover the things that can be done aud
then do H.. n. II relied attentlna tn the
feet that fT.nW.nnil g-nes out ..f the a lute
aannally far eggs batter milk chees
etc.. snd that only H.aOAnon u realised
trout tne sheep industry --the oae great
Industry nf th Sunshine Stat. He
stated that as fsrni will ever produce its
Unit until farmers feed their products
eg the farm. -
Mr. Kir stated that the fnrtner nf New
Mexico does ant take proper advantage
of gls upportanlllea The ugrleiiliiirsl
enllegr and experiment station are located
lu the heart of the Meellls vslley. ret
wry fee farmers obtain any luforinstinn
from theta. Outside nf this cnuuly th
college Is little known or felt. Plfty-flvs
per cent nf the pnpnlallsiti nf the stats
Is native and more than half nf the farm-
ers are native They read very little and
It is almost use Ions tn attempt to reach
them from thst source.
While New Mexico bus leas I ban Mm.nnn
population It ruuid suppnrt tunnnm with
proper cultivation aald Mr. Kly.
The speaker urged Iona Ans county to
send a good rXklhl! to Ibe state fair. H
atated that 0!ax will he spent oa the
fslr snd that lions Ana county abould
not be lacking. Mr. Kly left for the north
on the evening train.
The J. O. Miller carnival company la it-
trneilng large crowds this week.
Moses R. Stevens will exhibit a number
of pedigreed hlrda at the state fair this
Town Manager R. I. Anderson la snemr
ing several days on the outlet. The ontlet
to the river ..as only nne-foot fall to s
thousand feel and la giving some trouble.
The river end la filled with mull for :ibout
Kdward C. Wade. Jr.. of I.ns Truces.
has been ipp.d d assistant I'lilted Slates
attorney with headqnsrters st Rnnta Fe.
The new XflO.dOO nonsuit building will
soon he completed. The gronnd floor will
be occupied by the First gtnte Imnk
Myers compnny and T. nonsuit. Jr. t'p-
stiilrs will be law offices snd lodge
Mrs. Edward C. Wade. Tr had s card
party at her boms oa the Alameda road.
Those present were: Meadamea Kdivard
C Wsde Kr. Hamilton. Peterson J. O.
Stuart. I.. K. Kdwarda. Clay. Thomas
Ilranlgan Henry D. How-man Vincent
May Fitting. I.ytton. R. Utylor It. 1..
Young. 1. F. Campbell. Thatcher. W. J.
Stereo; Misses Sadie Stuart Klennr
I. yon. Marlon Wade Ruth Day sad
Wilson Wsdt has given up his position
In the pnstnffire and will take a six-
week's vscntlon lu Texas towns Loui-
siana and Oeorxls.
This week It Hew snd So club will
meet with Mra. C. W. East In Minion ad-
dition. The members decided tn meet
every two weeks during the coming yesr
Instead of every week.
Mr. Hngk Clsry of State college gave a
bridge parly Thursdsy afternoon
The farmers of the Mesllla valley are
hsppy over the water In the river
brought by the recent ruins. While the
drought sa Injured a great many cropa
there la probably sufficient water tu lu.
anre another cutting nf alfalfa
City Marshsl Pete Onnanlea haa had n
gang of six tn eight prisoners on the
atreeta this week cutting ue.cN snd
The telephone teiegri.pb aud electric
light reiupanlea bare beeu saked to re-
wove their pole from Main street.
Invltstlons sre out for sa "at home" tn
be given Monday evening. Aug. IS from
8 to 12 by Mr and Mrs. deorge Frenger
snd Mr. snd Mrs -vuma Frenger st the
home nf the former.
Mrs. N D. Lsne nf El Psso who haa
been visiting here left Thursday after-
noon fur I. a I'nlon where au will visit
fcer euttlag a bb aviation coal be-
fore a flight te k:a office Mr Mc-
Osrsilrk I believed lo b th. first Am
rlvsn to actually fly to bsalusas Othgr
vsailby bmdnsas ssea vb are inter.
td La avIatissB aaay Uy IL
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Miss Hsnderaon or Kl I'aao Is the guest
of Miss I. Inn flrnwnls.
Mrs. IlongbsnU aud little daughter.
Ellsalieth are spending tb summer In the
Mrs. lieraldlnr Derher Is spending sev-
eral weeks In Kansas CMf snd points
AITOINTM' NARIIOW K8CAPK.
Tucsxin Tarty Kurf.-r Only Minor llnrta
Win n Okr Turn. Turtle
fly ris.es ftip. del f orrrfpoadr
Tucson. Arlx. Aug. 14. H. Dahl-
gren who haa been the posaeaaor of
a new Ford touring car for the past
thre daya had a narrow egeape from
d.-nth on the apeeSway. Laahlgrrn
wl'h three guests was making the
drive around the loop whan suddenly
the ear became unmanageable left
the rohd and rolled over.
HI Corbett who has entered his
Stutx ra.cr In the coining Kl Paso-
Phoentz race waa a mile behind. When
he rea'-hed the scene he Mftod the
overturned rord sufficiently to per-
mit th Imprisoned driver to crawl
ont. Every one in the party suffered
from minor Injuries but no one wss
seriously hurt. The oar was righted
and towt-d Into the oily.
KKW TUCSON V. M. C. A.
By Timet s coil rerresgo adrss
Tucson Aria. Aug. 14. Th new
T. M C. A . whlrh was made possible
by th 170000 gift of th Kl Paso and
Southwestern railroad last Christmas
will soon bs erected. A alts haa been
purcbasod on Congress street near the
K P. A S. W. depot and the plans
wr approved by the committee In
charge yestesday afternoon The
plana provide for a two-story building
with a Isnaemen'. At the front there
will be two store with th main k-
tranc between ibem There will be
a gviin.naiu.il and a swimming pool
On the second floor there will be 14
i. m II W WTS VK.VI K CVAMUB
By Timet -! I orretpnn4M
Itoswell. N. M. Aug 14 Judae W
W Gatewood. counasl for Jim Lynch
stated yeaterdsy thsl lh dafens
Would ask for a change of venue from
Kddy county. If such a ehanae
should be gwaated th second trial of !
Lynch for lh murder of Marshall I
Roy Woofter would be held at 1'or- i
tales or Claris Judgs la is wood aald
the cbat.ss- would Is asked far on tne
grounds that the ease had hen m uch
dtscusd in Kddy county that J00
veniremen were summoned the first
mo. before jury wag secured and
that there is now about a half sVuaen
lections la p. of r w a th uu.h
r TTlssIr HI I I I
FIFTH AND OLIVE KTS.. IOS M.l .' I s
Overlooking beautiful Central Park. Bvery modern ac-
commodation; furnished for absolute comfort; large lobbies
and private parlor. Special summer rates.
D. F. i. Hi I V Manager.
NEW MEXICO CHAUTAUQUA MET
Sixth Ainus AoM-tnbly at Mountain-
air Aura ts a llix-nn! Iir. iiKIiik
AtUimlajK-cp cHih t outfiitlonn.
By Timet ggrcial Correspoad. st
Mountalnalr. N. M Aug 14 Chau-
tauqua park nestling nmong the pines
st the fispl of the Manxnnos is this
week thronged with visitors to the
sixth annual Chnu auiua ussemiily of
Now Mexico. Besides the regular
Chautauqua departmental courses lec-
tures and entertainments a county
teachers' Institute nnd flvn convention
sre attracting attendance to c number
that marks a rscord for the slate
During the sssamhly on August 20
the New Mexico Good Ituads associa-
tion and th New Mexlro Automobile
association will hold a Joint program
to be par Iclputed In by Governor W.
C. McDonald. Hlute .Secretary Antonio
I.ucero. Mate. Engineer Krone h and
On the opening night Colon. I Ualph
Twltchell. official hiworian of New
Mexlr-o lectured on "Gds 1 Have
Bought Gods I Have Met and Gods I
Th feature of th aecond day's pro-
gram were two lo. urea by former
Governor I- Bradford l who
spoke on "Old Mission gf New Meg-
loo" aad John It. Mc Kir of Santa Fe
who lectured on "Oenaral Jamea H.
Carleton and the California Column."
Th federation of women's clubs of
Torrance county is to have charge of
an all-day program tomorrow. Major
W. Hi H. Llewellyn will address til
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EL PASO PEOPLE
Meet at the San Diego on Rroadway.
assembly on "Kxperlnnces on an Apu-
che Indian Agent" this evening.
On W. c. T. . day k class of orators
of Torrance county will compete for
a gold medal on i"ao day August
17 lllruin lladley Veteran educator
and president of the New Mexico
brunch of the American s. of
Peace league will lecture on "Uni-
versal Peace " The afternoon of th
name day u claaa of orators will con-
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