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EL PASO HERALD
s
JWefoesday, Mareli 5, 1913
DAY
It's Not Too Early to Select Your Spring Suit
Three Full Reels
it
THE CRIMSON CROSS"
m. CAUSHEnS. CALISHERS ; CALISHERS ' CALISHER'S 1 " k
lj
Or Dress The Balmy Days of Spring Are Here Now !
Already these "Garments of Quality," i'voin the "Calisher" store, are seen on- the
streets in the stores they're easily recognized for their distinctive character and
we are distinctively proud of them. It's a maxim with us to confine these new models to
one of a kind so there's no chance of meeting yourself won't you come in and let
us fit you tomorrow? You'll like the way we've priced them, too.
Thursday Morning
8 to 11 A. M. Specials
Positively none sold after 11 a.
m. at the prices quoted.
Hinds Honey and Almond Cream
A new shipment, Af
56c size OtcC
(Limit One Bottle)
Colgate's or Williams' Talcum
In desired odors, " O
box 1&C
(Limit One Box)
Bikers Septone Shampoo Liquid
35c size, "I Q
bottle JLiJl
(Limits-One Bottle)
Rweris Talcum Powder "17
In glass, 25e size JL C
(Limit One -Bottle)
Pre -Easter Sale
Of Wash Ma
terial Newer ia tall the many years oC
the 'iQualit- Store's" existenee,
have ire bees able to offer you
such pretty, dainty materials at
such conservative pricings as
these:
Fancy Crepes and Plisse ia plain
shades or pretty designs, in a great
choice of colors, Og
at ...OC
40 in. B4rdei6d Batistes In pretty
new designs, ey
yard........ 'JC
Fancy Striped Poplins In white
or tan, Beat stripes ia OP
wanted colors, yard OC
English Cord Welts In
new striped designs, yard.
25c
Loom Gold Satins A new mate
rial, of exquisite beauty, soft and
silky, in solid shades, self figured,
aad si all desired color- og
ings, yard OOC
Satises aad Corded Voflee Solid
shades and novelties, Cfi
yard .OwC
White Crepes and Sat Str. Madras
Extra fine quality, OQ
yard.. CtZjQ,
Striped Madras and Percales In
neat desiens. the i r
yard . IDC J
American Money In Mexico
Some Flgnres on the Tremendous
InvestmeBts ia That Country by
ClUzeas of United States.
AMERICAN investments In Mex
ican Industries amount to f 1,857.
770,dO0, exceeding by 33 percent
trc investments of the Mexicans them
selves, which total $793,187,2-42.
Tnese figures are taken from a con
sular report made last July by consul
Marion Letcher at Chihuahua.
T!-e distribution of American invest
i lents in Mexico among various groups
i I enterprises is shown in a table
on tamed in Kt Letcher's report clas
Mfying American investments, as com
pared with those held by Mexicans
laemselves, as follows:
Classification American Mexican
l.y. stocks....; 235,464.000 S125.440.000
l. bonds
408,926,000 12,275,000
7.850,000 21,950.000
22,700,000 161,963,042
2.'. 000,000 7.500,000
26,500,000 7,200,00
52,000,000 21,000,000
8,100.000 5,800,000
3,1S,00 14,000,000
960.000 47,009,00
,0,0 47.460.900
B-nk stocks. .
Bank deposits
Mines . .
melters .. ..
Nitl. bonds..
n imber lands.
Hunches .
''arms ....
. if stock
.nouses and
p er sonaL
property...
otton mills..
M-ap factories,
etc
Tobacco fac
tories ...
T-ewenes ...
actories. mis.
T r a m w ays,
Power 'and
lectric light
plants
"Wholes ale
stores .....
T.'tail stores.
' I business. .
J Jbber indsty
' r o f essional
outfits
isu ranee ...
'I '.f-aters
'ItPls ..
1
4.5,0
127.02.
t.006.000
L2,00 2.784,00
4.712,000
2,822,000
3,270,000
,C,M
7C.0
2,70
1,680,
15.000,000
15.000,000
3,6,000
4.000.0M
25,000
260,000
5,155.000
2,800,000
71,236,000
(50.000
4.50,000
1,560,00
2.00,00
1.575,000
1.730,000
71 5 titutions.
,',li and
-public
1,200,000 74,000,000
$1 u .7 770, 0"0 $71 1i-,2'2
ttr-Kiit-, drp ldcrd' at
- n. it Si 4 4ih iiufi i7
!"'..' i nrougat by a-i
We particularly want you to see
$19.75 up to $29.75
We know there's none in town that can compare with them in style, make or
quality of materials. They're to be had in the shepherd checks, Bedfords, Frenrh
serges, diagonals and Scotch weaves, in stripes, plain shades or novelties, with
the straight or cutaway coats, skirts draped or straight, with just the cleverest
touches of rich trimming Ion 11 be sure
The New Dresses
feature
Are the favorites of fashion, in crepe meteor, crepe c $9A 7 E
chine and wool eposge, at V"
The Oriental treml of fashion is strongly evidenced in these ex
quisite models.
What Lovely New Hats
Yes, madamc they're lovely, and there's
one here that was "just made for you,"
too! "Won't you accept this invitation
to come in and just -revel in the beauty
and charm of them? The predominence
of the new shades of blueand red is
noted on every side such natty,- smart,
close fitting models with the cutest stiek
ups in quaint, odd fancies, the pert, up
turned brims You'll just be delighted
with this immense showing and the
pricings nowhere will you find hats to
compare with these, at
$1.95, $3.95, $4.95,
$6.95, up to $22.50
The Newest Spring Suitings and Dress Ma
terials Meet You Here
Very little time left if you wish to spruce up a bit for Easter and you.
know there's a special sale here on piece goods at underprieings that can
not fail to interest you.
75c Wool Suitings and Ratines at 48c
We particularly direct your attention to these suitings as representative of
the unusual values that are to be seen on every hand can be had in Bedfords,
stripes, Scotch mixtures, plain or fancy weaves and solid shade ratines and
just tae shades you're KKSKJng tor.
SATIN FOULARDS oo
At syc
Are another feature, eome in all
wanted shades, with new and pretty
designs.
Pretty,
New Lacss
For Easter Dresses
Cordelia Point and Net Laces In exquisite new designs
are specially priced 25c to $1.50 yard.
These are exceptional values, and can be had in any desired width, especially
adapted to trimming foulards and wool dresses, for either street or evening wear.
45 INCH VOILE EMBROIDERIES " d -t pn
Special at, yard ' Cpl.QU
Are" shown in beautiful new designs, worth $2.50.
18 INCH EMBROIDERIES
Specially priced at, yard L
Are another feature also in narrower widths.
surrectos and lawless bands may even
tually be recovered in the shape of in
demnities after a stable government
shall be re-established but the collec
tion process will be long and tedious.
In the meantime the earning capacity
of many of the foreign-owned prop
erties is greatly impaired, but for
which loss an indemnity can scarcely
be expected.
It will be noted that the biggest item
of American investments-shown in the
table is railroad bonds, which are prob
ably the least hazardous of the in
vestments in Mexican properties.
The experience of the Southern Pa
cific of Mexico in the Mexican trou- ;
bles is typical of the interference suf- j
fered by other American-owned enter- I
prises. In the company's annual re 1
port, issued last week, former chair
man Robert S. Lovett told of the com
pany's losses, due to the revolution, as
follows: v.
"The revolutionary depredation
claims, amounting to 288,118.74 pesos
(or about $145,000), are still pending
before the Mexican government.- Set
tlement has been retarded by the fact
that the Mexican government since
February, 1912, has been engaged in
attempting to suppress an insurrection
which first manifested itself in the
states of Sinaloa and Chihuahua.
Claims for compensation for all de
struction of property will be presented
to the Mexican government."
DEXVER HOLDUP USES
AM3IOSIA GU. OX VICTIM
Denver, Colo., March 5. A holdup
who used an ammonia gun In an at
tempt to blind his victim tried to
snatch a bag containing $156 in cash
from Paul F. Giers early this morning.
Half blinded by the ammonia. Giers
drew a revolver, threw his bag of
money into a doorway and chased the
highwayman several blocks, shooting
as he ran.
Later the police arrested a man
giving the name of George Zahn.
ESGLISn AVIATOR IS KILLED
BY FALLIXG .1000 FEET.
Salisbury Plain. Kng.. March 5.
Geoffrey England, a British airman,
fell 5900 feet from his monoplane to
day while making a flight on the army
flying ground here, and he was in
stantlv killed. He had been flying
for an hour when the accident oc
curred. He was demonstrating the
machine with a view to selling it to
tho British government.
Thr cr'1ina cost of a Want Ad in
the Fl Taso Herald is 25 cents. It
rectus ai agraffe of about 70,000
readers each issas.
these models we specially Feature at
to want one ot these new suits,
We Specially
Sillr Pnnlin Drpcspc $14.
Are another feature not a cheaply V
made ill fitting dress, but rather a
carefully modeled, beautifully em
broidered, carefully made garment of
rich appearance in desired shades
made to meet your requirements, and
an extraordinary d 1 A Qp
value at ,, J) J.TC.20
The New Coats are shown in the late
striped novelties, at
$12.75 and $14.95
In these too, there's but one of
Kind.
CREPE DE CHINE PETTICOATS
Are shownSn exquisite styles, with
deep pointed flounce of shadow
lace, close fitting,
at
$5.95
CREPE NIGHT ROBES With low
square or V shape neck and short
sleeves, daintily trimmed, ly f
at :.. yc
SATIN FOULARDS
At
59c
Are shown in the most wanted col
orings a very fine, soft silk of high
lustre should be 75e.
25c
BRYAN'S TENURE IN
OFFICE UNCERTAIN
Xew Secretary of State Cause Surprise
With Remark, But Offers Xo Ex
planation to Co-Workerx.
Washington, D. C, March 5. Wil
liam J. Bryan, in addressing the as
sistant secretaries and heads of the
various bureaus of the state depart
ment today declared:
"I am not prepared to discuss tenure
in office. My own tenure is as I was
about to say, brief, but ray tenure has
not even begun. I am sure your tenure
is. therefore, not more uncertain than
mine. I have not had time to learn
from the president the general policy
that will be impressed on the various
departments, but it is not necessary
for us to discuss the length of service
"It is sufficient at this time to make
each other's acquaintance and I hope
that when the time comes for me to
reassemble you to introduce you to my
successor I can look back on as de
lightful associations as the retiring
secretary does.
Mr. Bryan's worcs caused surprise
but he followed them with no explana- !
Hon. j
THE COURTS.
SUPRE3IE 'COURT.
Austin. Tex., March 6. The supreme
court today refused an application for
a writ of error in the case of J. H.
Nations vs Anna Hays Harris, from
Bl Paso.
STH COURT OP CIVIL APFEALS.
Motions submitted J. A. Morrow et
al xb' A. L. Conoway, from Midland;
appellee's motion for certiorari. Wil
liam M. Rice Institute -vs Lena Gieseke,
from Harris; appellant's motion for re
hearing. D. S. Hearn et ux vs B. .
Harlese, from Harris; appellants' mo
tion for rehearing. Len Townsend vs
Houston Electric company, from Har
ris; appellant's motion for rehearing.
Texas & New Orleans Railroad com
pany vs W. J. Murray, from Harris; ap
pellee's motion for rehearing.
Motions overruled Barron & Clark
vs T. M. White et al, from Martin, ap
pellees' motion to dismiss the appeal.
Klmer P. Stockwell et al vs Angleton
State Bank et al. from Brazoria, ap
pellants' motion for rehearing Ida
Japhet et al s Bettip Pullen et al
'1
vs
from Harris appellant -- motmi for
hpnring
Motion granted lortoo Rnjas vs
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Basement Store
Special Bargains
Women's $1.00 House
Excellently made, neat
natterns
Dresses
59c
Women's $1.00 Long Kimonos In
pretty challies, well "7Q
made C
Women's $1.00 Lingerie Waists
In pretty embroidered QQ
styles.. OSC
Women's $1.25 Sateen Waists
Solid black or check
designs
121-2c Dress Percales
Yard 121-2c New Dress Ging
hams 12 l-2c Sea Island White
Cambric
9c
9c
)c
10c
Linen Finish Napkins Beady for
use, special, the A J
doa ftOC
Children's $1.25 School Dresses
All sizes, neatly JQ
trimmed "tC
Children's $3.00 Faiwy Dresses-
Plain, with salor col
lar, or fancy
$1.50
Boys' 75c Mothers Friend Waists
d Waists
49c
Ia neat patterns, all
sises
Women's 15c Knitted
Spring weight, lace trim
med, S for
25e Waisting Madras
Yard
121-2c Shirting Cheviots
Yard ..........
Vests
25c
15c
10c
8 l-3c Check Apron Ging'
hams
6'4C
Gingham
49c
Women's 65c Allover Gingham
Aprons With sleeves,
special
Mary O Rojas. from El Paso: appellee's
motion to dismiss the Writ of error.
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
S. J. Innacks, Presiding?.
Dr. H. Earl Coger, charged with per
jury; instructed verdict of not guilty.-
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. Walthall. Presiding.
A. S. J. Eylar et al. vs. municipality
of Guadalupe et al.. injunction suit;
temporary injunction dissolved.
Margaret Gottlieb vs. Harry J. Gott
lieb, suit for divorce 'granted.
COUNTY COURT.
J. M. Denver, Freiding.
Dr. Ira Collins, charged with unlaw
fully practicing medicine; case dis
missed. E. Regalado. charged . with theft;
complaint filed.
Raymond Smith, charged with theft;
complaint filed.
J. A. Thompson, charred with carry
ing a pistol; -defendant pleaded guilty
to rudely displaying deadly -weapon and
was fined 31 and costs.
JUSTICES' COLRTS.
E. II. McClIntock. Presiding.
W. Snow vs Jose Diaz, forcible, de
tainer suit: filed.
1L W. Pontius vs Mrs. Martina Cro
&ox, forcible detainer; suit filed.
J. E. Dbbswell and A. Bhlshide.
charged with theft of two horses:
held to grand jury in sum ot ?6W
each.
Antonio Martinez, charged with bur
glary; complaint filed.
J. J. Mjirphy, Presiding. .
Fred' Gandara, charged with. exceed
ing the speed limit; fined ?6' -and
costs.
TELEPHONE
COMPLAINTS
EARLY
Subscribers failing to get
The Herald promptly should
call at the office or telephone
No. 2030 before 6:30 p. m.
All complaints will receive
prompt attention.
!
(Religious Drama)
Sublime in detail and reverence; absolutely the great
est and most wonderful religious masterpiece ever made
in America. It is the "Passion Play of the Inde
pendents." Don't miss it or you'll be sure to regret it.
TOMORROW THE VORTEX"
SATURDAY "Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde."
'
- COMING
"The Battle of Bull Run"
Three Full Reels
Open from 1! :00 A.M. to 11:00 P. M.
The Unique Theatre
THE rMST MODERN AND
i l TURE HOUSE
CM BUYING
STEADIES WHEAT
Hope of Improved Export
Demand Is Cause of Ac-'
uviby Jimung jurauers. i
Chicago, 111.. March 5 Active buy
ing at a decline today steadied wheat.
Hope of an improved export demand
formed the incentive. Good weather
and liberal receipts caused an easy
feeling at the outset. The opening
prices were unchanged to to c
lower. May started at 91 K to 91
to 91 c the same as last .night to
to Vc off. and rallied to 91 to 91.
The close was weak with May c
net lower at 91 to 91 c
May corn opened a shade to to
He higher at 52 to 53 to 52c
touched 52 to 55 He, and eacted to
52 c.
The close -was easy at 52 to 52 c
for May. to c above last night.
May oats, which started -a 18th off
tn a. like amount lin. rose to 34 to
244c-
Smaller receipts of hogs than ex
pected broufsht about an "upturn in
provisions. The first sales were 2
to 12c higher with May at $20.42
to J20.45 for pork: $10.82 for lard;
$10.77Vi for ribs.
Grain and Provision
Chicago Grain,
Wheat
May
July
Sept
Corn
May
July .
O-'s
May
July
Sept . ..
Clone.
9141
9eutf9e
S9
S252
53
84 '
-at- jM4
34 i
X
Chicago Provisions.
Close.
May $20.R224).G
July 24.M
Lard
May WJtSS
July lf.77
Sept lt.77
Ribs
Mav $lt.82V
July 1.7S 1.77
Sept 19.75
Kansas City Grain. Clove.
Wheat
Mav J S5
July 84
Corn
May : 51U51
July 52
Oats
May 35
LIVESTOCK
Chlcaco Livestock. Clone.
Chicago. HI.. March 5. Cattle Rects.
15. WC- market firm. Beeves. $7,190
9:25: Texas steers, $5.3006.25: western
steers. s.3OG9.70. stockers and feed
ers. S6.2aff8.15- cows and heifers, $3.40
07.60: calves. $7.00010.50.
Hogs Rects. 26,000: market steadv:
bulk. $8 450S.6O: light. S8.3508.65:
mixed. S8.3O0g.6O: hcavv. $8.1508.55:
rough. $8.1508.30- pigs. $6.6008.30.
Sheep Recta 22.000: market firm.
Native, $5.3506.90: western. $5,750
7.00: vearlings. $6.8508.20: lambs, na
tive, $7.5008.80: western. $7.6008.90.
Kansas City Ltvrntoek. Close.
Kansas City. Mo.. March 5. Cattle
Rects. 6000. including 1000 southerns:
market strong. Native steers. $7,540
9.00: southern steers. $6.7508.25:
southern cows and heifers, S4.2507.9i:
native cows and heifers. S4.250S.5O:
stockers and feeders. $6.5008.50: bulls.
$5.2507.00: calves. $6.50010.00: west
ern steers, $7.0008.50: western cows,
$4.5007.06.
Hogs Rects. 9000: market higher;
bulk, $8.3508.45. heavy. $8.3008.40:
packers and butchers. SS.S5 08.50;
light. $8.40018.60; pigs, S7.2507.75. "
Sheep Recta. 6600 ; market steady.
Muttons. $5,000 6. d0; Colorado lambs.
s.oww-"- i weiners ana year
Hngsr$5.OO07.5O: range ewes, $4,000
6.25. .
W00li
St. Loul Wool. Close.
St. Louis. Mo.. March 5. Wool steady.
Territory and western .mediums. 210
25: fine mediums, 18020; fine, 13017.
COTTON
Veff York Cotton, rio..
New York. X. Y.. March 5. Cotton
Spot closed quiet. Middling uplands.
12.70: middling gulf. 12.95. No sales.
LEAVES $1000 Am)
FUNERAL COSTS $1100
Belleville. Ill . March 5. James Jen
nor. when ame. carried a hv .n.i
worked tons and hard to leave moral
than svrau. ms iuneral cost his "es
tate" .$110, and because of the gicat
expense, three men were indicted today -Jailer
Michael Kenilev. of the Kast s;
Louis police station, who directed the
undertaker to give the hod carrier an
expensive funeral; ufkUrtakpi Wm 11
Degan. who charged th estate $f,on f,
a casket. $4, for.saoes. $31 for a suit ana
S10 for flv nets for henrse horses yh.k
lie rirninietr.ilor W I' TtaJhert irhn I
paid the bills from .lonnors sains.
retirjiS om IMM( them.
Th' iH--n errand n at it" i t ,,
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1 X Jf I 8EST VEHT1UATED. CLEANES1 I - B
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UP-TO-DATE riOVlN&PIC-
IN THE 50UTnwt.il
STOCKS RECORD
M yPTUli
Buying Is Especially Heavy
in Beading, Amalga
mated and Steel.
-
NOTE All Market new on
this page reflects closing sale
prices, (unless buy or Md be
specified) on Wednesday.
March 5.
New York. N T March 5- Without
any material changes in speculative
conditions over night, prices in Wall
street turned upwards briskly today.
Bear traders attempted early in the
session to carrv forward yesterday's
decline but desisted -when it became
evident that buying orders were being
executed on a scale down and covered
hastily.
Advances reached one and two
ppints and embraced all of the specu
lative favorites. Buying of Reading.
Amalgamated and Steel was especially
heavy at times. Tobacco stocks fluc
tuated widely and unevenly, ranging
from four points below to nine points
above previous prices.
Bonds were Irregular.
The rise in prices made further head
way after the foreign selling ceased.
London sales were estimated at 10,090
shares and the continent also puC out
some stocks.
Rumors regarding earnings, divi
dend probabilities and governmental
prosecutions caused the exceptional
fluctuations in the tobacco group,
Profits were taken in spots Mte in
the day and the market yielded
slightly. Some specialties were weak,
particularly Pump preferred.
' The market closed steady. Fluctua
tions in the closing hour were unusu
ally narrow, traders omitting the final
selling demonstration which has been
the feature of the week.
More steadiness was shown in the
face of recurrence of liquidation in ob
scure issues.
MONEY AND METALS
NEW YORK MARKET.
(By Associated Press.)
New York. K Y.. March 5. Money
on call easier. 3 to 3 nercent.
Time loans, easier: M days. 4: 90
dars. 404: six months, 4K percent.
Prime mercantile paper. 505H per
cent. Commercial bills, 4. S3.
Bar silver. 59.
Mexican dollars. '43.
Copper, firm: spt to June, 14.590
14.75. v
.Tin. firm but quiet: spot aad March,
48.09048.50.
Lead, steady: 4.2504.35.
Spelter, steady-. 6.2006.351
Iron, steady: No. 1 Northern. 1S.OO0
18.50: No. 2 Northern. 17 50018.00: No.
1. 18.000 18.50; No. 1 Southern, soft)
18. 00018.25.
St. Leuis Lead and Spelter
St. Louis. Mo.. March . Lead,
stiong: 4.2204.25.
spelter, strong: 6.20.
TUB LOCAL MARKET.
Uexlcan Money Kl Paso Quotation.
Mexican pesos fEi Paso buying
price) .45.
Mexican enrrenev CK1 Paso burins
price) .48.
j El VuMa Smelter Quotations.
(Corrected Dally.)
Bar silver. &9.
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 14.375.
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 14.
Lead IK. Y. sales price) 4.J5. .
Lead (London) 16. s5. dfl.
Weekly Averages.
(Dcnglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver. 61.10.
Copper. 14.45.
NEW YOKE LISTED
STOCKS
(By Associated Press.)
Amalgamated
Sugar
Atchison .......... ...........
Reading ;. .........
Southern Paeifio .'
Union Pacific
teel ...... ........
teet pt it ..........
.. 72W
..ll.-.t-
..lOJ
..159
. .10(.
,.134'
.. 62,
.108 I
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
L. J. Overlook. Btebee. Aria.)
Arizona Commercial "
Calumet & Arizona 05 'g
Chino Copper .. 4'
Copper Range 4
Glroux 3
Greene Cananea SS
Helvetia 5
Miami ;f4
Nevada Con if -
Xorth Butte --
Old Dominion J
Ray Ton - JJ
Shannon -.... 11
Superior & Boston
TrlnitN .....t 4
V. S. Snii iters, common 39
Utah Con . '
Utah I'opper 45g
Cactus . . .... 7
unlistelTssochs
(By Special Wire to Th Herald from
l j. Overlook. Bisaes. ai.j
Chief Con
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Watch
Out
or youTl miss this phenomenal shirt
sale we're pulling off. - Special this
week
One bunch $1.25 and $1.58 shirts,
special 95c
Another hunch of $2 and $3.50 values.
special $1.35
About thirty dosea $1.50 and $1.7j
shirts, special ...31.15
Etc., Etc
These assortments inehide all stand
ard brands, such as Bar! & Wilson,
Wilson Bros., Savoy, Columbus, Etc.
These shirts include shirts with soft
cuffs with soft collars to match, soft
bosoms, with stiff euffs, semi-stiff
bosoms with stiff euffs, stiff bosoms
and pleated bosoms; in fact, every
style shirt made.
Lay in your summer supply now.
MMsBaHdrng
Ray Central . 2,
San Antonio, part paid 1
Shattuck 25-a
Tonopah ......... 6
Summit 7
TWO LEGISLATIVES
DEFEAT SUFFRAGE
Boston, Mass.. March 5. The cause of
woman suffrage received a setback a
tyro Xew England legislatures today.
After several spirited hearings, par
ticipated in by prominent men and
women, a commitfee in the Massachu
setts legislature voted to report "leave
to withdraw" on a bill providing for a
referendum on a constitutional amend
ment which would eliminates the word
"male" from the provision defining the
qualifications of a voter.
Six members of the committee voted
against suffrage, three for it. and two
were nojTreeorded.
A sinrflair bHl was killed in the Maine
house by a vote of SS to 53, after it had
been passed by the-senate.
CHICAGO MERCHANTS QTHZZBD
ABOBT WAGES PAID TO CLERKS.
Chicago, I1L. March 5. Six more of
Chicago's leading merchants, it was
announced today, will be -served witn
subpenas to appear before the stare
vice commission next Friday.
It is the opinion of Lieut. Got. Bar
rett CHara, head of the commission.
that many girls are driven to life i
the underworld, or about its fringe.
by insufficient remuneration and it .
for the purpose of investigation this
feature that the merchants have be'3
subpenaed.
TROOPER ACCIDKNTALLY
.SHOT BY A COMRADE
Private Prena, of troop I. Second
cavalry, was shot in the abdomen Tues
day afternoon at 5 o'clock when a revolver-
in the hands of private Hopper.
of the same troop, was aecidentallv
discharged. At the time tb pistol was
fired it was said that Hopper was
loading the weapon. Both men we-e
doing outpost duty at Washington
park. Frena. whose wound is not ccr
sidered serious, was sent to the Fort
Bliss hospital.
, lise Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Locige TTotices
BL PASO LODGE NO. 130. A. F. A A. M.
-tceguiar meetings 1st and 3rd
"Wednesdays of each month.
W. W. Evans, -flr. M.
Geo. F. VorMn A.i'c C(
Masonic Relief Board, Masonic Temple
Hours. Cor. El Paso an-1
10 a. m. to 12 m. Missouri Sts
S. E. RYAS DANCING ACADEMY a:
the F. B. halL Social dance every
Wednesday and Saturday evening?.
IvIRiCHBAlH SltTS .
Spring A inramrr Line Now on
Display.
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i 1 SHOW US !
' B v maa who Invested ia EI jB
K Paso property who can net sell IB
! 9& at a BroSt. Thr an. nrlll 1.. S
HI true of EI Paso Valley land. Hj
I Tobin Trust Co. I
' BS IaterarhBR Land Headquarters jH
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