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Saturday, September 2, 1911
ORDER EARLY MONDAY
We (Hose at 11 A. M.
Only one delivery 9:30 A. M.
EL PASO HERALD
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We Are Particular!
If You Should Visit El Paso's
If It Is To Be Had We Have It
3?or tomorrow's offering we call particular attention to
I the following in onr
Home Boiled Ham
Home Boiled Veal
Home' Boiled Pork
WeiseFs Milwaukee Sausage
- , ; Cervelot
- Thick Bologna
Blood 4 - ;
Stuffed Pigs Head
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acute on the Northwestern, the Bock
Island and the Chicago, Mllwaulafee &
Mar Be Hope Yet.
Notwithstanding the apparent gloomy
outlook, the prospects for a peaceable
settlement took a more favorable turn
today when It was learned late that the
union loaders had again got Into touch
with the railroad men. A brief confer
ence between some of the International
union officials and E. E. Calrin, gen
eral manager and vice president of
the Southern Pacific, was secretly held,
and was also learned that another
brief meeting was held with Julius
Kruttschaitt prior to his departure for
The fact that the opposing interests
had resumed negotiations was careful
ly guarded and neither side would dis
close the nature of the proceedings. Not
&I1 of the men composing the com
mlttee -were present at either confer
ence, and the meeting with Mr. Calrin
and that with Mr. Kruttschnitt, were
held at different times. It was after
Mr. Xruttachnitf s departure that two
WILD SCENES IN
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supporters of Gomez declared they
would have nothing more to do with
suoh a "farce."
The first ballot was in 'progress and
Ir. Gomez and Pino Suarez were far
in the lead, running side by side. Fer
nando Iglesias Calderon was in third
place with Alfredo Robles Domlnguez
a bad fourth.
Gomez Is StreHgr.
The supporters of Gomez had devel
oped unexpected strength during the
day and every available vote was
guarded jealously. The supporters of
Suarea had already been charged with
Irregular methods; so when a dele
gate from Chihuahua pleaoed 60
votes representing 5000 members In
his state there was an instant com
paring of notes, with the result that
he Tras charged with abusing the con
fidence placed in him by his constitu
ents who had instructed him to vote
for Gomez. -
After much yelling and Impromptu
oratory a majority of the disgruntled
delegates left the hall.
joss jfmo suarez naa oit votes as a
or three of the labor leaders saw Mr. j result of tne progressive convention's
There seemed to be a general feel
fag that the situation had cleared a
little, though neither side would dis
close the reason therefor.
As a result of today,'s meeting with
the international president the execu
tive committees of the various Inter
national unions have been summoned
by telegraphvto San Francisco and a
general conference will follow.
Although the international officers
hare received a rote of confidence
from the men and are fully empowered
to act for them in regard to their de
soands, they wish again to canvass the
situation before taking further de
cisive actions. This will be done at the
general meeting here next week.
Jfe Reast to Abrogate.
Chicago, HI., Sept. 2. Emphatic de
nial was made today by officers of the
Illinois Central Shopmen's union that
a SO day notice had been given the
railroad to abrogate the existing wage
agreements. At a meeting of labor
chiefs it was decided that no such no
tics is necessary.
5WO 0302S" ASE 1XJJJHESD
JX AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT
Denver, Colo., Sept. 2. Two young
women of Golden are under the care of
physicians for injuries .received, when
an automobile In which they and tyro
young men were riding, turned turtle.
The accident occurred on a narrow
road near Golden Thursday nighty but
details did not become known until to
day. Miss Francis Townsend and Miss
Blossom Hatch were badly cut an?
bruised. Cregar Quaint&nce, a college
student, who was driving the machine
was knockedunconscious, while Max
Beehmer. jr., escaped injury.
first ballot for a vice presidential can
didate. Dr. Francisco "Vasquez Gomez
received 600; Fernando Iglesias Calde
ron 321, and Alfredo Robles Domln
Robles Domlnguez was officially de
clared out of the race for the vice
presidency after the first ballot and
the convention adjourned until today
notwithstanding the agreement to
make it continuous.
ODD ALIEN LABOR
SUITS ABE FILED
First Suits of Kind at Santa
3?e Against Blanket
Santa Fe, N. M. Sept. 2. The United
States, through United States attorney
David J. Leahy, at Las Vegas, today
today filed in the federal court at Santa
Fe, a .suit against Jesus S. Candelario, a
local "curio dealer, which is believed to
bo unique and the first suit for the
violation of alien Jajbor contract law,
ever brought in this city.
Candelario is charged with importing
Jose Blancarte, Seferino Blancarte and
Jose Candillo from ifexico, to weave
blankets for him during the past seven
months, and to have furnished the men
transportation to come to" Santa Fe.
The United States asks for $3000 dam
ages. All school supplies, at Morgan's Book
Store. 204 Mlls street.
See the Elite moving pictures tonight
and Sunday. Best show yet
THE schools open Tuesday. ' Have you everything for the little
folks to wear in readinessthe dresses for the little girls, the,
suits and waists for the little boys and headwear and shoes for both?
What Does the Girl
IT'S easy now-a-days to fix up the-little or big
girls for school with the pretty style dresses you
can buy ready to wear. The values we are offering
are unusually good so good. that you can't afford
to make the dresses. Not only do we offer you
dresses at decidedly low prices but everything
else the girls need for school.
School Dresses $1.95
Pretty style dresses of Scotch
zephyr gingham in Scotch plaid
effects, also finest quality percale
and gingham. High or Dutch neck
and kimono sleeve effects. Sizes
4 to 14 years. 91 OK
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"School Dresses 95c
Dresses of good quality gingham,
madras and percale, in plain col
ors, plaids and stripes, prettily
trimmed with piping, etc., all sizes
from 6 to 14 years. Ag
Extra value vOC
School Dresses $1.45
Neat style ' dresses of percale,
chambray and gingham, in -plain
colors, plaids, stripes and small
figures, made in very tasty styles,
with high or Dutch neck, long
or elbow sleeves, sizes 4 to 14
School styles for girls of 13 to 17
years not too childish nor too
old. Very pretty styles in fine
ginghams, madras and percales.
Extra values are offered at 95c
Suits for the High School miss.
Plainly tailored, semi-fitted coat.
Skh-t in the short length required.
Several styles are shown in the
new double faced materials, Eng
lish mixtures, fine Berges, rough
weaves, and novelty worsteds.
Coat 30 inches, satin lined; skirt
with panel back and high waist
line. Come in sizes 15, 17 and 19.
Prices from $16.50 to $27.50
1-Piece Serge Dresses
New models in serge, plain tail
ored, front and side fastening,
button and braid trimming, skirts
with panel front and back. Colore
navy, brown, red and black.
Misses' and junior sizes. Prices
from $10.50 to $22.50
School Dresses $2.45
Fine quality Scotch zephyr ging
ham in plain colors, plaids and
stripes, neat designs in light and
dark colors. Come in high and
Dutch necks and are prettily
trimmed. All sizes. d0 yAVL
Extra value JAi'iT,0
School Dress Materials
(In the Basement.)
GINGHAM, fine, soft, zephyr fin
ish, a 32inch fabric, in Beautiful
color combinations. Special value,
a yard - 15c
'TOILE DTT N0RD" and "Red Seal"
zephyr ginghams, in a vast aseort
ment of new stripes, plaids and
checks, suitable ;for- dresses or
boys' waists. Extra value, a
yard ., 121-2c
"UTILITY" GINGHAM and other
standard brands of fancy and
plain color ginghams, fast colors.
Extra value, a yard 10c
GALATEA CLOTH, in new fall
patterns and colors, in an unusu
ally good quality, washes per
fectly and unequalled for wear,
light and dark colors. Special
value, a yard 17 1-2c
PERCALE, 36 inches, suitable for
boys' blouses and girls' dresses, in
neat stripes and variety of colors.
Extra value, a yard 12 1-2c
CHILDREN'S DRESSES, of extra
quality percale, a wide selection
in both light and dark colors,
made in the newest styles, well
made and prettily trimmed. Spe
cial ". 50c
What Docs the Boy
WE'VE never had a better assortment for yon
to choose from we've never offered you
such good suits for such low prices as we do now.
Our complete lines for Fall are now heregood
looking, stylish serviceable clothes that educate
the boy's taste in dress. Let us fit your boy with
his school clothes both you and he will be pleased.
Suits for $5.00
Suits made of good quality all
wool suitings, of fall weight, in
the good grey and brown mixtures.
Some styles with one. others with
two pairs of knickerbockers. Sizes
6 to 17 years, and tne best vaiue
we have ever
Suits for $7. SO
Ivan Prank hand tailored suits,
with hand padded shoulders and
the knickerbockera lined through
out. Cut in very smart styles of
the popular browns and greys in
diagonals and mixtures. A grand
value & 7 d
Broken Lines Boys' Suits
All styles of boys' suits, that have become broken
in range of sizes are marked for next week sale
at remarkably low prices. Two special lots of
them have been arranged as follows
Boys' School Suits, worth to $6.00 for $3.98
Boys' School Suits, worth to $3.50 for $2.85
Good School Shoes
STRONGrLY made, neat appearing shoes,
the kind you can depend upon for service.
The specials below will help to reduce the ex
pense of getting the children ready for school.
Misses and children's vici kid button and lace
Sizes 8 1-2 to 11, special $1.35,
Sizes 11 1-2 to 2, special $1.50
Boys' box calf "shoes, heavy soles, all sizes,
For boys who wear a large size we have a fine line of men's
shoes at $2.50.
If vou have had trouble finding stock
ings that wear, try the "Cadet" it's
the very best made.
Made of the best cotton yarns dyed
fast hlack or tan in four weights
light, medium, heavy and extra heavy
linen knees, soles, heels and toes for
boys and girls. All sizes the Qnj
same price a pair mOC
SCHOOL STOCKINGS Good quality,
cotton hose, both fine or heavy ribbed,
in fas't black. A good wearing; stocking
for boys and girls. All sizes, in an
ANEW idea, or labor saving plan, for those
who have girls to dress for school, ages 4 to
There are 8 styles to select from and a large assortment of differ
ent fabrics. .
No worry of selecting ' paper pattern, no danger of ruining material.
Each envelope contains material all cut out and ready to sew, trim
ming, buttons, hooks and eyes and directions that are easily understood
even by those who have never done any dress-making. Each part is
numbered and the dress practically makes itself. The saving is fully
The cost is only a fraction more than the actual cost of the material.
Percale dresses, all sizes from 4 Scotch zephyr gingham dresses,
to 14, price $1.25. sizes 4 to 6, price $1.35.
Scotch zephyr gingham dresses, sizes 7 ib 14, price $1.50.
Misses' and Children's Hats for School
Popular poke bonnet effects in felt ranging in
price from $2.00 to $3.50. Colors are black, blue,
brown and red.
Rolled brim soft felt hoods with cabachon and quill trimming, price
$2.00. Colors navy, red and brown.
Rolled brim hoods for girls 8 to 12 years, of soft satin finish French
felt with satin and chenille trimming. Price $2.75. Colors mode, brown,
navy and red.
High School sailors of soft felt with Dresden satin drape, price $2.75.
Colors blue, red and brown.
Hand made "bonnet effects in shirred satin for girls from 12 to 18
years, silk cord and tassel trimming. Price $3.50. Colors brown, red
Children's handkerchiefs of good quality lawn, white with colored bor
den hemstitched and lace dge. Special for r
Monday, 3 for lUC
Shamrock linen handkerchiefs, dainty lace edge, hand em
broidered initial. Special Monday, each
WITH new garments ar
riving daily, this store
will soon be in readiness
with greater and more 'com
plete stocks than ever be
fore. Autumn is almost here and boob the
- time will come when, job mast lay aside
the light, airy garments of susiEier &d
put on the garb of Fall. Why not begm
your preparations early? Make yor i.
selections from among tie first of tie
Every day new things come to m,
charming models in the styles most &f
. proved "by Fashion, fresh, and new from
the makers. This week we hwre re
ceived several new styles in tailored
suits, dressesmade of woolen fabrics
and fancy costumes for evening "war. ,
Dainty Dresses For
Evening Wear ' "
AMONGr the late arrivals
are a number of pretty
dresses designed for even
ing wear, dancing, etc.
They are made of fine cMffoa over
silk, in. pink, Hght blue, yellow and.
white, hand embroidered yoke and folds
on skirt, new sleeve. Several of tfeeaa.
are in pretty girlish styles suitable for
young misses. The prices range from
$12.50 to $24.50.
Tailored Dresses t
SOME pretty novelties axe
shown in combinations of
wool and silk, velvet and
The trimmings are fancy buttons, eorde,
braids, velvets, laces and fringes. Sosne
of the skirts are narrow, while others,
are usual width- Prices
$22.50, $27.50, $34.50,
$44.50, up to $9.50
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Store Will Close Monday
at Noon AccL Labor Day '
For School Dresses
We have just received & complete lfee f
medium priced woolen, fabric bosght
especially for children's scfeool dreeeec
French and storm sedges, Panamas, caa&
meres, cheviots and other desirable fab
rics in both plain and fancy weaves are
shown. This line will interest Jf
you. Per yard .....OvFC
56-inch hairline serge, in nasvy, "black sad
dark red. This is a splendid sefge aad
is the most practical and popular skirt
fabric of the season. 7EC.
Special, a yard ..-......- I OC
THE BEftTTiE TRIAL
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it was obvious that the defnece wished
to have the prisoner rest over Sunday,
before the attack upon him by the
prosecution should begin. Thomas
Hancock, one of the jurors, however, I couple lived happily together.
spoke up in a (plaintive voice to the
court, saying-: "Please consider us,
Judge," and the court Immediately
asked H. M. Smith, jr., counsel for the
defence, how many more witnesses he
"Just a few more," said Mr. Smith,
"but we will surely close our case to
morrow by placing the prisoner on the
Judge Watson announced that he
would hold court later than usual this
evening If necessary to finish the case,
but an agreement was reached to sus
pend judgment as to holding the night
session until the testimony of the ac
cused had been presented.
Testimony Friday was perfunctory.
Several women friends of the accused
and his dead wife testified that tha
FACTORY IS OPENED
Mrst of Ten Factories
"West Texas Starts
Sanderson, Tex., Sept. 2. The San
derson wax factory began operations
here.this morning. This factory is con
verting the Candelilla weed into a wax
used for electrical insulation, phono
graph records, wood and leather polish.
Oscar Pacius, who discovered candelilla
wax in Mexico several -years ago, where
au present iour lactones are in oper-
ed in west Texas, where the candelilla
grows in great abundance.
W!?n all proposed factories are in
operation it w expected the world's sup
ply of candelilla war, amounting to
$1,000,000 per year, can be supplied
. DEAD AT LARAMIE
Laramie, Wyo., Sept. 2 Robert Gotts
chalk, a veteran indian fighter, who
served ten years in indian campaigns
from Fort Robinson, Neb., died at Chey
enne this morning, aged 57 years. He
wa8 born in Germany and. ha3 beda a
machinist here for several years. A
sugnt wound on one ot his tnumos a
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ation. installed this local plant, thl3 be- fortnight ago resulted in bloodooisoning
ong the tirst of ten lactones to be erect- and death today-
ANOTHER BOMB IS
FIRED IN NEW YORK
An Italian Butcher Shop Is
"Wrecked It May Be
Black Hand '"Wort
New York, N. Y., Sept. 2. Aaotber
bomb, the 17th within a saosth, was ex
ploded her today im frost ef tha
butcher shop of M&ttso Sarino, an
Italian. The front of the baikriBg,
whictJ housed 18 families ia the -upper
floors,, was scarred but nobody was"littrt.
The police have not decided whether the
outrage was a case of blxckhand ven
geance, another protest against tha high
price of meat, or a mixture of both.