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TTeek-End Edition, August 29-30, 1914:
m ID RUSSIANS BATTLING hard
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battle was fought and resulted In the
overthrow of the Invaders, who suf
fered heavy losses.
It was here that the 11th Hungarian
rf 'i-n met their fate.
A Central News dispatch says that
Boulogne has been evacuated by the
London, Eng.. Aue-. Js. The corre
spondent of Ranter's Telegram com
pany at Antwerp sends the following
official statement, which has been ls
"On Thursday the Germans, contrary
to the laws of war. bombarded Mallnes,
an open and undefended town.
"On Friday morning the town was
partially occupied by German Infantry,
which withdrew toward the south In
the afternoon and the bombardment
was renewed, four shells falling about
each quarter of an hour.
"The enemy also bombarded the re
con about Heyst Opdenburg, a. town
17 miles southeast of Antwerp, an open
locality not occupied by the military.
"The tto operations had no less an
object than to terrorize the civilian
Rotterdam, Holland. Aug. 2. A dis
patch to the Daily News from Hotter
dam says that out of BO. 000 inhabitants
of Mallnes only 200 are now left In the
town Refugees state that many were
lulled by the bombardment and prac
tirally all of the rest fled.
The Germans are bringing up heavy
s.epe guns on a new pattern for use
against Antwerp. These guns have also
been used at Mallnes.
The (.Armani Iiava t,ri,a.l ,u.
bodied Belgians In Liege and Londres
and in the vicinity to proceed at once to
ut-miany 10 assist in narvestlng. The
news of this order Is likely to swell
creatly the number of Belgian refugees
an southern Holland.
DIRECTS HIS ARMY
Geneva, Switzerland, Aug. 29. Em
peror William and the German general
staff are making botn Cologne and
Mainz their headquarters, according to
intelligence reaching Basel today.
The emperor is passing continuously
between the two cities personally di
recting the armies.
FLOATIXG MIXRS SINK
TWO BRITISH TRAWLERS
London. Eng, Aug. 29. Tnhe official
bureau of Information has announced
that two trawlers, sweeping for mines,
have been sunk by mines.
Five members of the crews of the
trawlers are missing and eight others
TO IT RUSSIA
Copenhagen, Denmark, viug. 29.
Ordinary railroad transportation has
been halted for the present because
the German railroads are engaged in
carrying troops from the west front
to the bard pressed east front, where
the Russian hordes are swarming over
THOUSANDS OF DEAD
GERMANS ARE FOUND
Washington. D. C. Aug 29. Before
Nancy. France, the French troops found
?soo Herman dead, and before VitrimoTit
4566 dead, according to official dispatch
es today to the French embassy. Russian
troops are sv Kilometers irom iemoerg,
Austria, and the Servian army head
quarters has been moved forward to
ALLIES CAPTURE SEVEJT
GERMAN SHirS IN" FAR EAST.
Hong Kong, China, Aug 29. The
German steamer Senegambia, with a.
cargo of cattle and coaL has been
made a prize jointly by the British
cruiser Hampshire and the French
cruiser Dupleiz. The German steamer
C. Ferdinand Laecesz. which sailed
from Yokohama July IS for New York,
has arrived here a British prize.
It Is reported the German steamers
York and Prince Waldemar have also
been captured and are being brought
Three German merchant ships, the
steamers Frisia. Hanametal and Pak
lat, have been captured by the British
fleet and taken to Wel-hal-weL
SWISS ARE MOIULIZED.
FAMILIBS ARE HUNGRY.
Washington, D. C Aug. 29. Presi
dent Hoffmann of the Swiss confeder
ation cabled the Swiss legation here
today, telling of suffering among the
population of the republic and au
thorizing the legation to raise a re
lief fund In America. ,
"Through the complete mobilization
of the Swiss army, with everv avail
able man between 20 and 42 years
under arms," a statement Issued by
the legation said, "thousands of fam
ilies are deprived of their support
The maintenance of an army number
ing 300.600 men Involves a dally ex
penditure of 1,050.060 francs, or of
45.000,000 francs per month."
American Women Near
Forts on the French
Frontier; Not Afraid
Paris, Aug. 29. Mrs. Nicholas Long
worth of Cincinnati Is at Saint Michael,
near the forts of Verdun, with her
daughter, who married count Adelbert
de Chambrun, who has a command in
the French artillery, and s Spne
the front. Mrs. Longworth writes to
a friend in Paris that she Is In no
Montreal, Quebec Aug. 29- The
Princess Patricia Canadian light infan
try, the first native troops from North
America to leave for the European war,
failed today, 1000 strong, aboard the
white star liner Megantic, amid gala
scenes for a secret destination.
I TO REMAIN FIRM
Paris, France, Aug. 29 A manifesto
was Issued bv the French cabinet Fri
day night calling on the republic fo
stand firm and repulse the enemy no
matter what the sacrifice, declaring
that the present great battle is not de
cisive, it called attention to the Rus
sian march on Berlin where, it de
clared great anxiety exists.
MOBILIZATION OF SWEDEN'S
ARJir REI'OUTED ORDERED.
New York. Aug. 29 The Swedish
army has been ordered mobilized, ac
cording to the Evening World, which
Rives as its authority "a leading paper
house In New York." This house, ac
cording to the Evening World, re
ceived the following message today
from its agent In London:
Grave political movements feared
in Sweden. Mobilization ordered."
SOUTH AFRICANS ANXIOUS
TO JOIN IN GENERAL WAR
London. Eng, Aug. 29. Fired by the
news that the native Hindu army will
be allowed to participate in the Euro
pean war. the Basutos of South Africa
have petitioned that in the event of the
invasion of British South Africa, they
be allowed "to caBt a few stones."
Telephone Girl Sticks
Fo Post in Bombardment
Until Shell Ends Life
Paris, France. Aug. 29, 12:1 p. m.
According to information which has
reached Paris, the little village of
Etaln, near Longwy. France, has been
'objected to two bomoaraments by the
Jrraan3, one on Monday of this week,
,B other Tuesday.
Xhe second bombardment set the
town on fire, and many people, are said
to nave perished in the flames. The
telephone service of Etain was left In
the hands of a young girl who stuck
fo her post while shells were burst
1 around the telephone office
and called up Vordon every 15 min
utes to give an account of what was
The director of posts of Vordon was
"f8nInK to a message being sent by
this girl when she Interrupted her
communication to say:
"A bomb has just fallen in this
That ended the conversation.
Muffled Drums Beat As
Women Dressed in Blac
March in Peace Parade
ITALIAN FLEET IS
PREPARING FOR WAR
(CeaUnaed From rage One.)
t h aniiarlrnns before TrAts An
LINER'S CAPTAIN CHOSE
DEATH; W0ULDNT SURRENDER
London. Kng. Aug. 29. Three shells
pierced the Kaiser W ilhelra der Grosse.
sunk by the British cruiser High Flier
off the coast of Africa, according to
yeai Awtiuc ,. ....j uuKer woo
had been taken prisoner from the i
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Lieut. Deane was not on board the I
German liner, as ne naa oeen sent over
to the collier Arncal. from which the i
liner was coaling When it was seen
that the liaiser niincim was doomed.
1 me uerman csiiiii tohi ms sworo, nis
I dispatch bor and a letter to his wife
ttin Mnllir his secretarv hain VI..
messenger. Previous to doing this the
captain of the liner had announced that
New York. Ausr- ?9. Thousand txt
somber clad women marched down Fifth
avenue tnis afternoon to the beat of
muffled drums to signify their opposi
tion to war. Nearly all wore black
dresses and black hats and at the head
of the procession marched a, standard
bearer with a large white flag In
scribed in Mack with the word.
Women of Teutonic. Slav and Gallic
extraction marched side by side as evi
dence of the solidarity of their sex
against the cruelties of war.
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BUTTE MINERS CONTINUE
CA3IPAIG7T FOR RECOGNITION
Butte. Mont.. Aug. 29. Members of
the Butte Mine Workers' anion con
tinued today to enforce their demands
for recognition and the employment of
only their men in the Butte mines. AH
miners descending into the St Law
rence mine of the Anaconda Copper
companv Fridav night were Inspected
and made to show their cards In the
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The Great Forced
Sale of Pianos
At Jenkins Piano Co. Now In Progress
Pianos Moving On Double Quick
Yesterday Was a Hummer
Two went to Juarez and five U different parts of EI Paso. Remember this
WBot a sale on old pianos, but a chance to buy a brand new piano at a less
price than second hand, inferior make pianos sell at.
We have shipped at least fifty high grade new pianos from our branch
stores in Arizona to El Paso, and we are forced to sell every one of them at
whatever price they will bring. Piano buyers can save from $155.00 to $250
and more and secure good standard pianos retailing from (fcOTC ff
and up, Jess our forced sale discounts. )W D.UU
Remember we must close out every piano we are shipping in from our
branch stores within the next fifteen days. Oar selection to choose from could
not be better. Why not eome in today and make your selection before the one
you want is sold to another. Your credit is good at our store.
To any one with the cash looking for a high grade piano at a snap, we
have the very piano you are looking for, and at a less priee than you ever ex
pected to buy even a second hand piano.
Parties living out of "the city, if left with us will receive the same fair treat
ment as if they were here to make their own selection. Catalogs and prices
sent on application, or we will pay your railroad fare one way if vou buy from
us while ia the city.
Out Automobiles will eall for you on your request. It is a real pleasure to
show our fine line of pianos and player pianos.
Store open until 8:30 every evening while our sale is on.
Churches and school houses had better take advantage of our forced sale
and secure a fine piano for less than half the price the same quality of pianos
are sold at any other store in EI Paso.
Remember the place.
Jenkins Piano Co.
White. U. S.
Woodlawn Bottling Co. f
Watson. John B.
Williams. W. A.
Wood. R. W.
Wise. W. D. & Co.
Wimber & Chenoworth .........
Walker. Henry JC,
Williams Detective Agency ....
Wheeler. R. L.
We Can Fix It shop
Walt H. T.
Wilson, J. L.
Woodson. J. y.
Weston Dairy Lunch
Wardrop & William
Ware. W. BL-
Wiago. K. A.
Yoangberg. C. If. .1
Young. W. T.
Yelton Paint Co.
Young Furniture Co.
Zielonka. Rabbi Martin........... $
Ziede. M. N.
Zimmerman, J. R. . ............(
Zeliman, Joe .
he would himself blow up his ship
rather than surrender
She sank before he could accomplish
ARMED LINER BRINOS ,. ..
1T2 AMERICANS HOME
New York. Aug. 29. With six Inch
guns mounted fore and aft with every
port Dole blanketed mno ta tights ex
tinguished the White Star liner Adri
atic crept Into port in the darkness of
early morning today She had aboard
1T2 passengers nearly all Americans.
It is said the vessel will go from here
to Halifax to help carry Canadian vol
unteers across the sea.
Whether the Adriatic armament
brings her within the classification of
an auxiliary cruiser ana whether she
piles under the regulations covering
war vessels of a nation at war. was a
question which collector Malone asked
secretary of treasury McAdoo, his su
perior at W ashington to determine to
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EL PASOANS WERE
EDUCATED AT LUVAIN
When the press dispatches Friday
earned the news that the German army
had captured and burned the city of
Louvain. Belgium, there was much sor
row expressed by a number of El Paso
aas who went to school in that city.
Lonvain is the Athens of Belgium.
There are a number of large unnerh
lties and convents in the city Among
the El Pasoans who received their edu
cation ia Louvain are father Francis C.
Roy, rector of Immaculate Conception
Catholic church, and Mrs. J. JX Ponder,
wife of the county treasurer.
Father Roy started studying for the
priesthood in Lonvain and after com
pleting his education came to America.
Mrs. Ponder returned to Louvain to
study after coming to America.
BAIK CAUSES POSTPONEMENT
OF IENNIS SEMI FINALS
Newport, R. I., Au. 29. Ram today
caused the postponement until Monday
of the two serai finals of the all comers
tournament for the national lawn tenuis
championship in singles.
Phone 2958. .
THE BIG PIANO HOUSE.
211-213 Texas St, El Paio, Texas.
DR. A. S. BRONSON
Detectives Saturday morning took into
custody a man who was docketed as in.
S. Bronson. Later he was transferred
to the county jail, being booked then
as Dr. A. S. " Bro8oa. The detectives.
police department and sheriffs office
were reticent about giving any informa
tion as to the charge against Dr. Branson.
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ffK. ELECTRIC MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES I
"When j ou are in the market for electric machinery ask us for estimates. We are agents for the lar?Ml manufacturers
and can make prompt deliveries, from our El Paso stot'k, upon short notice. Mt wnuffttturers.
Electric Storage Battery Piants
We are prepared to furnish you complete storage battery lighting plants for your suburban home; your dairy or faetory.
Rewinding and' Repairing teld fiKs,rppe1 to your work with disp"tch' nd M TOrk k na-
Metal Electric Signs Z&g ?r1Sg.?grgZri
are pleased to furnish estimates and
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made especially for driving Electrical Generators.
WHENUT TROTOLE-Phone or wire and have us send you competent men for your electrical or mechanical engineering. Our referee are satisfied
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P. 0. BOX 114. 302-304 SAN FRANCISCO ST. EL PASO, TEXAS.
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That's our theory and that's what we intend to do to the upholstered goods now
on our floors. All upholstered furniture, including Duofold Beds, TTnifold Bed
Davenports, in all finishes, also parlor suits in genuine leather, chase leather,
chase Spanish leather and tapestry upholstering to be closed out next week to
make room for the new arrivals, which are now in our warehouse. Don't miss
this opportunity if in need of anything in this line.
Easy payments on charge account?.
1-4 OFF FOR ONE WEEK
Get in While the Stock Is Complete
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$60.00 Circassian Walnut 3-piecc suit, upholstered ia
genuine leather, full spring seat in rocker, chair and
settee. Special Make (t A ! f f
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$3730 Golden Oak Parlor Suit, upholstered in genuine
black leather. High class in every particular.
$47.00 Early English Davenport. Pullman patent,
quarter-sawed oak frame, a beautiful pattern.
Special Make - flOC OC
Move Price 90fJ&tJ
$45.00 Mahogany Unifold Davenport, upholstered in
Plis .9nnmtli I Mllier "Hiffhlv nolisherL Sneeia!
Make Move d? O O TCf Special Make Move $OQ 1C
Sale Price J'J3 i iJ ale fnce t? LdKJ .J S
ftn won -tr run j ti j- i$I10 Grcassian Wakut Suit, upholstered in fine im-
30U.IAJ uoKien vmk Luoroia oca, upnoistcrca ih gen
uine Spanish Leather. quartJr-sawed oak frame.
Special Make Move
$40.00 Early English Unifold Davenport, Chase Span
ish Leather uphotstering. Special 6QA ff
Make Move Sale Price tPjU.UU
$32.00 Fumed Oak Unifold Davenport, upholstered in
Chase Spanish Leather. A great bargain at regular
price. Special Make Move tt? O 9 f "fc
Sale Price $.4.00
$75.00 Golden) Oak Pullman Davenport, upholstered
in genuine Leather. The turnover bed. the best vet.
Upholstered in genuine Spanish leather, highly pol
ished quarter-sawed oak frame.
Special Make Move Sale
ported Tapestry in back and seat, back outlined with
beautiful cane panels, also cane ia arms. The swell
ed suit we have had lately. Special Make
$25.00 Full upholstered genuine leather Rockers and
easy Chair to match. Special 1 g 7 C
Make Move Sale Price, only each. I O O
$16.00 Chase Spanish leather, full upholstered
Spring Platform Rockers. The old easy kind.
Special Make Move CJ 1 O f f
Some new arrivals White Enamel Dresser with good
sized mirror, nicely finished. d 1 J? 7 ?
Special, on sale V XsJ a nJ
TrL.S UaaalJ PkitfnmA Mtsah I liskaiskW
ifc. $56.25 -....... $13.50
$145.00 Fumed Oak Duofold suit, all genuine leather. Wicker Electroliers, the newest thing in electric lamps.
Suit includes Duofold Ijed. large rocker and easy chair High lamps, low lamps, large and small lamps, in the
to match. Special Make (Slfe? 7C newest thing out. Come and see d Q ff
Move Sale Price $IUO. D them. Prices range up from &O.UU
We give S. & H. green trading stamps. Save them and get your
Christmas gifts free.
HiHpBHJ0 N. Stanton