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Northward to Chi
MuaWHl Be Cut Off by
WL Federals if Present
1 plans Work Out.
iSs BEGIN TO
"WAR THE OUTCOME
mki However, Insists That
BjeCan Be No Peace Un
jBprancisco I. Madero
pMGivs Up Presidency.
7jlfepAso, Te May 17 ' A fcd
AJBtrtDom nrirlng 250 men,..
(IKj on Juarez, arrived at;
jKJucio, forty-five miles cast
.fceolwon expects to co-opcr-fjflH&ti'a
force from Sonora now
Efrom HcrraosUlo and Ba
rmnmaaded by General Ob-
lEj federals advancing up the
jt Tire recruited mainly from
Ea They arc commanded by
VAfc Siachw of El Paso.
-UKrASO, Texas, -May 17 Should
ckK pjD6 0f tho federal com
jsdtri he consummated, the
1 Ml imi' of General Orozco
, jKy (Islf hemmed in on all fides
Kening of tbc bijr engagement
SMierpttttd daily between the main
g.JfjjXef both sides.
tMEfu Jewed odav that tho fed
?rHtn 600 ncn under Captain Ob
' SKijsilj Yaqui Indians, who lert
gjfcllo, four dnvf ao and should
iflSEpint on the railroad between
AKuini Jimenez, the Tobcl base.
..JBem Tvith this fnrne if expected
ijHii fift flF General San.iinea is
W to moving from OjinaRa
'HUh same point. Both bodies
H fmtut the rebel roar.
w-f jBtlift two days there have been
ijBBt disturbances to the teleprraph
J "qBi&M' behind Orozco, which m
jfcthl tbe covornraent is aiming
jjBtti ii retreat.
Hliki from the federal and rebel
' jip iHt racajre tonight and indi
4ijMkt tie two armies aro still too
JpHo promise a f ipht, before, an-
itit Jynty-four hours or more.
iHrTas Saints' day for the Or-
jyBfcsfly, it boiiie tho birthday of
fctn, taint, Pascual. after whom
gJBjirr leader and Iiif father wevo
"K at Jimenez, General Orozco 'a
l prelum a banquet. In Juarez,
"gOfoico, Sr., celebrated with a
ia thfi customs house. Alto
"SH"!3 a da- of feaBtinjj rather
MSBwUty action in the rebel zone.
1JWCO TALKS BIG
pVE OF BATTLE
jRAL OROZCO'S ITEA-D-"MtgA
JI3IRNEZ, Mex.. May 17.
-Sumuiary execution is tho
-jMunrthree workmen If it Is
a sK thcy arG S,JutJ' of burning
n ('R Bf Horcaeltas, "Wednesday
, V iHc.nf'wa" and federal telegraph
k ""WP', Jlmcnez and Chihuahua
aaVaWii. ,nrec 8'nah bridges were
of Ortlr. Wire communl
1 iMfv? hf?n re-established, and to
. J ''K: "P'cd that Ihr. bridges will
'Hv'1 Art VneBFases sent today
ii'KiiF8' of lbe men under a
tM 1KL .e rcbo1 decree of snspen
f 1 MTf1"'. an act almost identl
I 1 of thc federal sovcrn-
'I'SBwr? n Immediate InvoBtl-AJE-.d.eB.Ul
oCHlic offenders If
HiriT ?, xatlsfird as to their
aaaF wln ,ak Place at Chi
..aaaVJL1' Prenunicrt that the ar
empIJ'ed by agents of
jBl cJ.anBes in their posl
ilBPtS.hT,?nfln,shftd' t5lc thrcft del
lllHfmv C,"t! of SocIal Defense
K'5S eforc tho revolution
VMSfe1!?" rcne the tak
St hiLncl anateB Ktill la
(7 nt Elven serious conoid-
i&mlVmiTr niBht and .just
20wf. th6 inakfl tlle "s of fans
VoU? ,lancc at Saltair last
etob' to combine
Jhc last danco bo-
IWm110 ' oC tlle TCS0Tt
1 !Hruiit hM? 0 Pramme- tbo
PraiscB Wflrn honrA
-'fri. tfS of nU for the poat
p i-BIScS the d:,ncc
from n "owBtoo
1Bi:tt rnoth Hot
1BKel the rit b' frm
i H Kro,nFonui?JhotsoutnnomJ-
KSi3!S!?n,,a tho nom-
Emil Seidel of Milwaukee Gets
Second Place on the Ticket
Over Two Competitors.
FIGHT IN CONVENTION
High-Brow Element Wins Out
.'Over the Men Who Favor
By Interna llonnl is'ev.a Srrvico.
TJvDT'AKAPOLlS, Ind.. May 17.
JCuccno V. Debs of Tndiana was nom
inated for president by the Socialists
in national convention at Tomlinson
hall late this afternoon on tho first
ballot, as ivaa Kmil Seidel of Wiscon
sin for vico president. .Tfour other
prorainont mombcrg of tho party verc
7)laced in nomination for first place on
the ticket: Emil Seidel of Wisconsin,
Charles "Edward Hnssel of New York,
fob iJarriman of California And Dun
can McDonald of Illinois. Before the
ballotine was benn., however, McDon
ald and Hnrriman withdrew. When it
was announced that. Debs had received
a majority of the ballots, Seidel moved
that, the nomination bo made unani
mous and this was seconded by Rus
sel. The motion was carried amid great
Tho voto for president was as t'ol
lows: Debs, 165; Seidel, 56, and litis
Seidel for Second Place.
Several men were mentioned Tor tbc
idacc of vico president on the ticket,
but thoso who said thev would be will
ing to make the race were Kmil Seidel
of Wisconsin, John W. Slayton of
Pennsylvania and Dan Hogan of Ar
kansas. The balloting then proceeded.
Tbo voto resulted: Seidel, 159 ;,
Slavton, 2i; TJocan. 72.
The reopening of a. bitter contest
between fcho conservative and radical
elcmeuta of the Soci3.1ist party, in
which W. K. C4aylord. a monibor of the
Wisconsin state lceislaturc, denounced
the use of crime and violence in the
emancipation of the working class,
and the successful oratorical appeal
of Miss Anna Malcy of Washington
for revising the party constitution so
that it will, require all applicants for
nicmbrrsltip in the party to rccopnize
"unrestricted nolitic.nl riphts for both
sexes.' marked the proceedings of the
national convention, before the con
vention suspended other business in
the afternoon for tbe nomination of a
president and vice president of the
The convention, after one of the
stormiest, sessions in its nistory, went
on record against "sabotage in
America. Tiitlcr personal denuncia
tion was indulged in and Congressman
Victor Bcrger of Milwaukee threatened
if this action was not taken, lo
strengthen the party's earlier repudia
tion of all "direct action' other than
political, to bolt the party aud Torm
another movement. The specific denun
ciation of "sabotage was the h'rst
sweeping" victory for the so-called "in
tellectuals during the. eonvcnf.ion.
The Socialists held their parade to
night and red flags wero conspicuous.
Mrs. M. Bishop, Columbus, Kaneas,
euffcre-d from a weak back a good many
years, as a result of kidney trouble "I
began taking Foley Kidney Pills and
soon after the pain left my back and
today I am fully cured.' Schramm
WILL SEI TIFF
Bv International News Service.
WASHINGTON, May .17. Tariff leg
islation will be pressed by the Demo
cratic members of the senate from now
until thc closo of the session uuder an
ngreomont reached In a caucus tonight.
Senator Simmons was selected to lead
the Democratic forces.
TMi .,oiia iiA nni. fix lition anv par-
The caucus ukj nov ns upon ji"
ticular steel reduction bill, but tho bill
drawn by Senator Cummins was con
sidered. A. Democratic, bill based on the Oum
mins 1)511 will be drawn. Senator
Rayner of Maryland -urged such a course
in view of the fact that the fight by
the Democrats in the coming, campaign
must, be based upon their interpreta
tion of tho tariff.
The caucus determined that the ex
cise income tax bill shall bo pushed.
Tu view of the report made by the
senato finance committee today the
members of thc caucus behove that
thc Republican members will bitterly
oppose the excise bill.
Senator Ravner proposed that tho
Democrats should not rest their c.asc
on one tariff bill, but should seud to
the president two or throe of tho house
bills reducing the tariff. Ho was not
supported in such a plan, however.
. was agreed that only one tarilT
bill should bo sent. Thc caucus could
not agTce on any date for votos on any
tariff bill and the house plan J or ad
jourumcnt on .Tunc 15 was not conaid-
erCl'l the Democratic senators but six
participated in the caucus. Among
the absentees cro Martin, chairnjan
of the conference; Chilton of West Vir
ginia, and Bailey of Texas.
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I MM STRIKE
(Continued from Page One.)
number of apitators have been Imported
from Salt IaUc and other points lor the
oolc purposo of goading on I bo strikers
It is declared that tho rioting of Thurs
day night, in which attempts were made
to dynamite tho kos tanks and assas
sinate Superintendent W. W. Horton, was
thc direct result of the coming of agita
Since tho outbreak. Thursday a. spirit
of threatening unrest pervades the ranks
of the foreigners and a crisis ia looked
for at any hour. The number of deputy
sheriffs on K"ard at tho smoltcr was in
creased lo thlrtv vestorday and a reserve
force Is bi:lnp: held at the county jail in
readiness to proceed to the smelter town
at a moment's notice.
KfTorts on the part of the Btrlkora to
restrain atrlke-brnalicrs from entering
thc plant vestorday mornlnpr caused a
haud-to-haud fifjht botween tho guard
ing deputies and tho strikers, in which
many blows were exchanged and seven
strikers were a-rrested. They aro held
at tho countv jail, charged with resisting
offiocrs. inciting a riot and disturbing; thc
That tho national guard will hn cyuled
out .should a repetition of Thursday's
rioting: occur was mado plain to thc
Ktrikcra yesterday afternoon at a meet
Ins held In tho. city hall at Murray, at
tended by Sheriff Joseph C. Sharp, Coun
ty Commissioners .Tolin C. Mackay, W. J.
Burton and Oscar W. Carlson, County At
torney T. EL Willey, tho mayor and com
missioners of Murray and a- delegation
of the strikers.
In forecful language, Sheriff Sharp
told tho strike loaders that no further
disorder would ho tolerated. Any at
tempts at violence would bo met with
armed rceistonco and his deputies would
be authorized to tjhoot to kill. The sher
"The law is not against you men so
lone a you behave, but you will not be
allowed to endanger life or property un
der anj- circumstances. And remember
that reslstanco to an officer may land
some, of tho strikers In the Slato prlHon.
Wc arc not here to aid the FmcJter peo
ple, but only to preservo order and pro
tect property. Tf necessary, wc will call
out thc suite mllltla to help ua smd that
would not be healthy for you pcoplo."
Despite tho attempt upon his life
Thursday night, which failed because the
assassins mistook one of their own
countrymen for him, Superintendent W.
W. Norton took an active hand In the
guarding of the smelter last night. Ho
walked freely among the strikers and
was offered no violence. Every effort Is
being made to apprehend the men who
fired from ambush at what they sup
posed was thc figure of tho superinten
dent coming down the path from the of
fice. There .'ire now about 375 Afrikcra out.
They arc demanding an inoreaso in
wage? from .1.!0 to $2.33 a day.
Company officials at the smelter posi
tively refuse to give out any Information
regarding tho situation.
JUDGE GARY MAKES
REAL NICE SPEECH
NEW YORK, May 17. "Elbert H.
Gary, chairman of the board of direc
tors' of thc United Statoa Steel
corporation, said today at the
second general meeting of tho
American Iron and Steel in
stitute that "several labor leaders had
for years been waging war on the steel
industry but had not yet succeeded."
Ho added that, at no time wore em
uloycos of the corporation better
"Competition is necessary,' ' said
tho .iudgc, "but 1 do not bclieyo in de
structive competition and neither am
I in favor of secrecy in the steel busi
ness. T think the public should. know
what wo are doing. I have no spirit of
defiance toward tho Jaws of the coun
trv, but we must stand, together and
compel each to recognize the rights
Touching on polities Jxiidgc dary
said: , ,
"The name progressive is not. dan
gerous. Because a man is called a pro
gressive it doesn't mean that he is a
domagogne or a Socialist or au anarchist"
j STRAW HAT FREE
Just the thing Lo wear around thc yard. One with each 50c
purchase. One -white enamel saucepan -with $1.00 purchase.
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I Store News for Saturday Shoppers
The milHfiPiy deparh-enfc is offpring Spring Millinery at One- W M J J J A S 1
The suit department (Main floor) is selling their finest Suits, W W 3 m mLm WjMm .'
j Dresses and Coats at One-fourth Off. fl&HlJf m WrJ& if:
I The silk, department will show you Silks worth up to $2.00 a gffffHa J flu ji inii-ggF
yard for 45 cents. mxMkJ ,
The wash goods section is olf'erihg a large variety of new want- la" a" DcpartmP8HONE3: indep8nd0nt-2EXCHANQE V - '
I ed wash fabrics at especially low prices. ' '
ims. Special Sale 25c Ladies' Vests, 17c I
I lS8esi mfizn ' Ladies' lisle vests, low neck, sleeveless, sizes 4, 5 and 6, I
I Wwl in Of Iefl'S Iiichelieu ribbed, 25c value, at 17c 3 for 50c. 1 j
1 iibsr S!h' Ladies7 Union Suits, 75c 1
I vfiWiTMMll Ladies' ivhilo cotton uuion suits lace trimmed or plain 1 j
vw ' '"' ' nee' 'ow DC0,C' no secvcs sics to 9 special 75c each. j.
I lm' Coat Ptyle fUffsat' blisses siljc J'iuished hose, black and tan, 0V2 to 9ny special 1
I Hw dered: 'white grounds $2.00 Corsets, $1.25 1
1 ySS witll black, blue and 0,ur 3hl65c oP two models o Royal Worcester corsets, for 1 .!:
1 SMStt hello stripes $150 c'ther slender, medium or full figuresj $2.00 and $2.o0 val- I
I SPpiW TalUeS ?1'15' $5'00 Midline Petticoats, $2.48 I
I RuMmmm Redman Collars, . Silk racssaline petticoats in Roman stripes. Persian and I
I 'JftZ sizes 15c 2 for 25c " plain colors, narrow accordion pleated flounce, with fine I '
I ? ' tucks, regular $5.00 for $2.48. j I j '
j Saturday WeoffZavs Special Values The Juvenile Section I ;
I Being no school, it is convenient to bring the boys and girls, and wc always welcome them they are our 1 j
1 future customers. 1 1
1 $5 Wash Dresses, $3.69 Infants9 White 65c Boys9 Blouses, 45c !
1 We have grouped all our $5.00 DreSSeS 69c Boys' Regular 65c K. & E. Blous- I j
I and $6.00 W asb Sailor Dresses and es reduced for one day only, 45c.
I offer them Saturday at $3.69. They A few infants ' dresses left from Boyg5 3011ses for snmmer wear, j
I are made of extra good quality lin- a drummer's sample line that are ma'ae 0f g00d quality waah fabrics, 1 i j 1
j enc in white, triinraed .in blue slightly soiled from handling; made such as fine madras, chambray, sat- I . i
I and red wash braid and wide of fine sheer lawns and mulls, neat- een and percales, in gray and blue;
I colored denim collars; positively y trimmed rn lace and insertion also numerous stripes; all sizes
worth $5.00 and $6.00, for $3.69. ' your choice, 69c. 45c.
I Girls9 Spring Jackets, $1.98 Boys9 and Girls9 Koveralls I !
Odds and ends of Girls' Spring Jackets reduced a . airlsJ, and Boys' Koveralls especially priced for 1
to $1.98 There are just 12 jackets in this assort- Saturday s selhng Tins line ot guls' and boys' I y
E ment, and for quick clearance we have reduced them Koveralls is truly named, and we feel every mother I . ,
$i 9g "will be interested rn them on inspection. They are I
1 ' ' made of extra good quality navy denim, turkey red ;
1 Th.e3r are shown in mixtures, in sizes S, 10 and 12, trimnnng, low neck, short sleeves and pocket on side I
I and are exceptionally good values $1.98. all sizes. I j .
I Saturday's Attractions in the Main Aisle I
Toilet Goods Department White Shetland Veiling Stationery ' i.
I 50c Madame Isabel 's Pace Pow- New white Shetland veiling, 25c pound paper 19c I j' .
I der (with a coupon) 15c n0W in so great demand, at from Zoe tally cards, dozen. ,19c 1
$1.00 Turkish Bath Oil (with a 35c to $1.00 yard. 25c linen box stationery 19c j.
1 coupon) 35c nnrrpffo feTttf TlnlrJ" Box stationery, gilt initial 50c 1
1 $1.00 Skin Pood (with a cou- Barrettes Best Hold Score nads all stvles 10c 1
1 P nn, 35c Shell and amber; small, medium Sc Paas?" hV ies; . 1UC ,ii
Pon ' n,T loi,n v ' i ' ncn Waterman Ideal fountain pens, I '!
1 We have sold these goods for and large; special 25c eycry oue TOrrantcd $50 .; ;
I over a year. They give good satis- New Bags 1912 calendars the year half g ' -
I faction and the manufacturer :is New Macrame and Ratine Bags, gone and thev are.'. .Half -Price (
I putting these out at this price to n(VW jfre correct thing to carry, in 25c tablets, light blue paper 15c ' 1
1 get them iuto more general use a large variety, from 50c up. Envelopes to match, per pkg. . .15c .'.
I without a demonstmtor. Handkerchief Special You will find in our stationery I j
I our ?oK& ttonwniboTund coS: White all-linen Handkerchiefs, department everything wanted for 1
I ro&wThtho hemstitched; special Saturday, SOCIAL AND BUSINESS I !
I Cd WEST OUT RATES PREVAIL. ; KEEPS. I ; .
I In Our Shoe Department ,$$L I f;
I Broken Lines of Oxfords and Pumps A &gmm I i
I oit tl valu offered
-y. y No trulv economical shopper ean afford not to include a I
J ECOnOUiy H&Sem t t toW ISeonomy Basement in their Satm-day shop-
"That thrift Is not com
JflL posed wholly or ths abll
tHMl Ity to save Is amply dem
,jeJk onstratcd In the prescnta
fttpfflX Hon for payment of Ihreo
"iis!''$ money orders by the Salt
&"$k Luke JKsl office. Tho
!:SSh!'KV money ordnru wcro Issued
IiMSIh "15 years ago, and were
ISlfwtS n.ayabl In England. Had
,Saa; 'in orders, aggregating
S-IO boen cashed at tho time of Is
Sui'ncn and the proceeds placed in
a "livings banks at i per cent In
ternet compounded annually, the
li d now have 5110.30 to
ffi crodU." From Salt Lake paper.
hbolder of those orders loot
Sn.90 in Intrest. Don't YOU make
the same mistake. Put YOUR mon
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