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EL PASO HERALD
Monday. Nov. 10, 1919. 3
Industrial Welfare Com
mission Will Meet in El
Paso Nov. 19 to 22.
Mayor Charles Davis received notice
Monday that the Industrial Welfare
oramission of Texas will hold a hear
ing in El Paso from November 19 to
OPPOSES PLWII5 MIMES
FOR OPEN SHOP; REQPENiNU
1 Hall 4 Phone Orders Prewiptly Filled.
for. Mesa Ave. and Saa Antonio St.
Private Branch Bzefcasge
both dates inclusive, to determine
fie working conditions and wages of
women and minors as a basis for fli
ng1 the minimum wages of those
r'?wf of rr t' r m mpmnttl ps-
MM shments, factories, laundries and umest among the PtoP'e. Jf-
State Labor Commissioner
Denounces Action by
Austin, Texas, Nov. 10. T. C Jen
nings, state labor commissioner, to
day came out in opposition to the
open shop associations which have
been organized in Beaumont. San An
tonio and Austin and which are being
planned for El Paso and several other
"In view of the great amount of
Iphone companies in this city.
commission consists oi the "oi-
a.b normal conditions, it is extremely
unfortunate that so many of our
low r.g T. C Jennings, state labor 'rvalive business men are lending
mmmtsslnTipr chairman J. H. Fouler I . u nvnnta aa tho
errMcyers' member of the industrial , socajieo open shop associations now
being organised in Texas cies. Al
though eoocfced in high soui. .in? lan
guage, no. ikstaghtful person ran for
a moment mistake the real meaning
of the declaration of principles of
"If mea.na war Instead of neac. It
testimony as to wages and working -means a bitter struggle In the indus
trial world. It means a widening or
the breach between canltal and labor.
t rj'arly to the lack of time and when our efforts should be alone lines
dit of women and minors about that would establish closer relations
accident board, and Mrs. Annie Webb
Blanton. state superintendent of pub
1 c instruction Frances F. Suther
'. iRfi is secretary of the board.
The notice asks his cooperation and
t1 at of all persons Interested, espe-
allv of welfare workers, in getting
fCidi'iKns wherp women and minors
-e emploed The notice refers par-
More Colfax Miners Re
turn; Cause of Madrid
Albuquerque, N. M.. Not. 10. Two
mines, the Diamond and Coal Basin,
were reopened at Gallup today with
about 50 men at work, in each mine.
Operators of other mines report an
Increased number of men at work to
day. The coal output Saturday
reached 1000 tons, or one-third nor
mal, despite the Saturdav half holi
day. Colfax county mines today re
ported a large number of men return
ing to work. Operators said condi
tions there would be normal within a
lew a ays. At Madrid, operations
were resumed todav. a tAmnar-arv tin.
pie being completed to replace the
one burned Saturday. The cause of
ine lire nas not been determined.
MINERS ARE NOT READY
TO CALL OFF BIG "STRIKE
(Continued from rase l)
between the employer and employed.
It Is .destructive Instead of construc
tive. It is difficult to understand why
en and minors regarding their our business men should be drawn
ir and work-ng conditions Tne
T-e f-rst day's hearing In El Paso
: be chen up to taking testimony
COAL SHORTAGE GENERAL
fnto the fleht. for we miT ma well be
dav the employers will be frank with ourselves. It Is a fijrtt
rrA tYir&ftr th. t.ntimnnv I That the workers are Kohur to
of welfare workers will be taken. The BBht this effort to establish indns
r. ce exfressly states that before ria! slavery Is to be conceded, and
- 'to wage mill be fixed a state- I the business of those who align them-
- d- beannp will !e held at Austin, i "elves with the open shop, or to out
it-t an interests can participate. "ore correct 'v. the snM-lanor atso-
iffntlnn. wilt .iiff. . . nr.rnK. ....
jclnslon. It ran be depended npon that
1 labor, and that does not mean omn
ia! fmtC nc ABI7HXIA ller la'-or a'one. will stand br thos
-. , "",, "lwho refnse to become a party to this
rhof-li. Arts.. Nov 10. Coal short-: attempt to shackle thera and take
'-( 5 repined general today in away their rights as free American
".'-:rrarh'c advices from the larger citizens."
i of Arizona ,
mjZFfc:-, RETURNS R:.CPIVCD
r-e;13;e relief in signt. Some dealers ON VOTE ON AMENDMENTS
rerr-ted they had no coal available Antin. Tei, NoT. iKo addl
r r conuirers. Chilly weather caused i tIona, mtlrM wm rtoe,vwS today on
0- -r to be f joded w th inquiries the proooaed constltntional amend
fro householders caught short or ment voted on November 4. That an
.'.e Nc at ens to institute a rationing; j thr amendments, with the exception
- strn . such as .-ad been iistituted , of. the Galveston bond oropns tlon and
In Tucson had yet been taken. Phoen.i , the ore to Increase the Confederate
'-a:ers said. I pension tax have failed .Is now tren-
. I erallv accepted as correct Tt will take
The Strong Withstand The Winter, the official canvass on December 15
Cold Letter Than The Weak , to determine the exact number of
Oli people who are feeble and . votes received for and against the
'-u-ger people who are week, will bo amendments,
pffpthened and enabled to eo 1
thT-r j-h the cold weather by taking
GP.OVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,
w .ch is simply IRON and QI'IJilNb
su.--nd-d m srup so pleasant even
rOHPAJff RBOPRXS HOVDAT
Trinidad. Cola.. Nov. 19. The Soprls
mine, normallv one of th, laraest oro-
ldrn like it- Tou can soon feel its dneers of tbe Colorado Fuel and Iron!
F-i-engthening, Invigorating Effect, company's string; In southern Colp-
Pr'-e 6"c. Adv.
I rado. reopened today with a force of I
i is men reporting lor worm mis minri
For CeM or InflBeasa. employed J?5 men when tt was closed J
r-nj is a Preventative take LAX- last Senternber at the beginning of the i
ative BROMO QUININE Tablets , steel strike. I
Look for F. W RP.OVE'8 slgnatare on, I
the bos. 20c Adv. t Qsfeklr. Correctly.
I That s tbe way we develop films.
To Heal A Coegfe. , Glee us a trial Kodaks and supplies.
Take HATES' Healing BOtf. Kc Per 1 J. p. Gandara Photo. Supply Co. j
Lewis, acting president of the United
Mine Workers of A m.Hm lan njpht
dented that he had agreed to comply
with the order of the federal court
here Saturday to call off tbe strike
oi bituminous coal miners of the
country before 6 p. m. Tuesday eve
ning. "Statements to the effect that I
shall or snail not comply with the
manoatory proceewngs oi tne injunc
tion writ are unauthorised and pre
mature." he declared.
While Mr. Lewis would not com
ment farther on tM subject, others
Indicated that tile statement of the
miners attorney was intended to show
a willingness of the two offlchUs to
call a meeting; or the tntar national
officials, district presidents, executive
board and members of tbe miners
scale committee for today to consider
the court order.
Official. Remain Silent.
The meeting of union officials was
set today for 10 oclock
Alexander Howat, resident of dis
trict No. 14. Pittsburg. Kans, declared
that his attitude was unchanged and
that "reteardless of injunction, pris
ons and judges of the United States."
he waa going to fight.
a. F. Keeney. president of district
No. 17, West Virginia, said that If
ordered to do so." he would obey the
strike order In his district, as it was
not his Intention to fight the govern
ment. William J. Trlekett. secretary
treasurer of district Mo. 1. Maryland,
expressed the opinion that even Tf
the strike order were rescinded, the
men would not have to return to work
and added. "I don't think they would."
FORMER EL PASOAS MAI) 15
HAVAGRR OF MACnl.VBRV CO.
D. T Sandel. formerly of El Paso,
has been made manager of the United
States Hoffman Machinery company 3
branch In Fort Worth, according to
word received here.
A permit to do business In Texas
was granted the company by the state
department at Austin and the new of
fices have been opened In Fort Worth.
The Texas branch will for the pres
ent act only as a distributor.
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Three More Coal Properties
m Southern Colorado
Denver, Colo, No. AO. Three more
mines of the Colorado Fuel and Iron
company were reported In operation
today, making a total of 12 now turn
ing out coaL The shafts opened to
day were Soprls. Ptctoa and Fremont.
In the southern Colorado field. The
company reported 1412 men at work
today, as compared with 121S Satur
day. Of this number 65 were diggers
or 40 percent of the average digging
force of September. The total force at
work Is 0 percent of the September
Saturday's production at the nine
C. F & 1. mines In operation was 211
tons, a considerable decrease as com
pared with the output of Friday. Of
fic als of the company say Saturday
naturally Is a "short" day, and
predict today's output will show an
appreciable gain. The average pro
duction for September exceeded 7000
No change was reported in the situ
ation today In the northern and west
ern Colorado flellua. where no Import
ant mines have operated since the
THIS STRIKE FEVER
A general strike agreed to by the
organizations of the workingmen af
filiated with the Mexican confedera
tion of work, la In preparation. It is
said that this confederation has tele
graphed all the unions to abandon
woik aa soon as they receive by wire
orders to do so.
Paulino Fontes. the director of the
National railroads, says that no such
order has been received and that he
will take tne necessary steps to meet
the situation, in case the railroads axe
The men in charge of the govern
ment offices have stated that the
nubile offices will keeo on serving
the public and that the government
employes will be ordered not to sym
pathize with the strikers and not to
go on a strike.
SOT MUCH COAL LEFT
XX UOUtiLAS, AHIZO.VA
Dona-las. Ariz.. Nov. 10. Although
there is no immediate danger of a coal
famine in Douglas, the genera opin
ion among dealers here is tnat tne
situation is mucn more serious wan
eppears on the surface and that with
in tbe next to days tbe shortage may
be acute It is generally conceded
that the supply which the dealers now
have on hand will not last more than
20 days, supposing the consumption to
FUNERAL TUESDAY FOR MAN
WHO LIVED HERE 3 YEARS
Tt MeiaeL CO vears old. a Pioneer
resident of El Paso, died at his home.
C21 West Missouri street, late Sunday
night. Mr. Meisel had lived here for
ihe pas: 20 years and waa well known.
The dead man is survivea oy nis
he. tfeo sons. Henry and WUllam
MelseL one daughter. Mrs. D. F. Sul
livan: a brother, Auugst Helsel, and
one sister. Mrs. J. Merrill.
Fnneral services will be held at 2
oclock Tuesday afternoon in the resi
dence. Burial will be In Concordia
RECEIVES MEWS OF DEATH
OF HIS XBTHBW
A telegram was received here Mon
day by Harry A. Owsley, who lives at
the unuon hotel that Joan Leooetter,
his IS vear old nenhew. who formerly
lived here, had been drowned. in At
lantic city. in. J.
Tne telegram was from H. ac
Owsley. the boy's grandfather, who
is in Atlantic city to help in the
'earch for the bodr. The Ledhettar
iau was drowned sundsv while swim
ming with his chum. Mrs. Ledbetter.
who Is Mr. Owsley's sister, formerly
llvd here with him. The hoy was her
only son. She will make her home In
the frtnre at 1 South Fiftieth street.
riuiaaojiJBis, viut ner zatner.
HAS MAN ARRFSTFJl ON
CHARGE OF REMOVING AUTO
XT r. VoakIh I... ... A
In San Diego of J. F. Peterson, of Bl
Pso, char-Kin: that be porohased a
Chandler car of him and. after mak-
It1T thaa flrf n ll I ... W .
valued at $2250, to San Diego without
34th DISTPirr COl'RT.
Judge W. D. HOWE. Presiding.
State vs. H. F. Robertson, ma
slaughter; on trial.
4It niSTRICT COl'RT.
Judae P. R. Price. PmUhr.
Clay Cooke vs. Bob Majors, et M
suit on commission.
Mrs. Alice Davis vs. Juan Saneedo
et aL, trespass to try title.
COrXTT CRIMINAL COURT.
Jndjre E. B. MrCllntnek. Presfdlns.
State vs J. C. Latimer, speeding,
appealed from justice court, verdict
of not guilty returned by Jury.
JUSTICE COrRT. PLACE SO. I.
Jnatlee R- R. Rnwlfnv. Presidlna-.
Stat vs Flmon Confreres, speeding',
defendant pleaded guilty and fined SI
JUSTICE COURT. PLACE XO. 5.
Jnstlce Clark Wriest. Presiding
State vs G. K. Ross, speeding,
pleaded guilty and fined 21 and costs.
State vs. E. Mitchell, speeding,
pleaded gull'v and fined 21 and costs.
State vs. Raphael Saldlna, assault
to murder- preliminary hearing held
and defendant's bond fixed at 2500.
Augustln Maidanado and Jesus
Jobn G. Matotan and Josephine
Gray Hair Ended
la From i to 8 Days
Sdenee has di
covered tbe way
for restoring hair
to its natural col
or. It Is oaTered to
women ia Mary
Restorer. And !
women mo this '
with the same
freedom they dopowder. Simply combMazy
T. Goldman's tfaronsh the bah. In from 4
to s days every gray hair will be gone.
tore Closed Until 1:00 P. M.
TOMORROW is the Anniversary of Victory for American Arms and Allied
Armies. Cooperating with the American Legion and entering into the Patri
otic Spirit of El Paso, The Popular will remain closed until 1 :00 p m.
Promptly at 1:00 our store will be open and the following items will prove of un
usual interest: '
NOVEMBER'S SUPREME SALE OF
We expect this event will be the greatest of its kind this Fall. It
certainly is up to the present time. Every garment is of the high
est quality obtainable, with marked reductions in price. Sale
begins promptly at 1 :00 p. m. Tuesday.
Coals at $39.50 and $69.50
They are smartly tailored and trimmed
with the season's fashionable furs. Tbe
materials are the finest roatingt silver
tip, frost-g!o, tmseltone, sflvertone and
You will find the French panier effects and
the smart, straight line styles.
We have segregated these wonderful coat
nines into two groups and both at defi
nite price advantages.
LOT NO. I Coats selling regularly up
to $59.50 are a Nov. A cy r E! 4
Sale offering at OV.jU
LOT NO. 2 Coab telling regularly up
to $97.50 are a Nor. tf if Crfy
Sale offering at 5f69.5U
Luxurious Fur Trimmed Coals
IS THIS wonderful assortment of the
finer Winter coats you will find models
of peach bloom, silk duvetyn, bolivia, for
tuna, bokorah and other high-class coat
ings, trimmed with genuine beaver cape
collars and cuffs, also Australian opossum.
These are wonderful values, marked for
this November sale at
Fur Trimmed Suits
FORTUNATE probates allow us to
offer at a marked underprice, a lim
ited number of tbe newest creations in ele
gant far-bBsaned sans. These axe of the
choicest offering of tbe season hand
somery likuiaed with rich fur. Many of
them are regular $350 values, a Novero-
of fering at $225
$5930 Suits at $3950
'fHf ERE is aa extraordinary opportunity
to secure a beautiful Winter suit at
an eieeptionaf reduction. These come ir,
silvertone, tinseKone, wool vekrar, trico
tine and wool serge soon are fur-trimmed.
Full range of colors and the exclusive
tailored effects are here. A November
$59.50 suits for $39.50
Wool Dresses, $2450
THESE dresses are all so exceptional
that women will be glad of the op
portunity to get them until the very la-:
one" has been sold. The materials are wool
jersey, wool tricotine, all wool serge, silk
and wool embroidered and some soutache
embroidered others plain tailored. The
sell regularly for $44.50 and are offerc 1
for this November rf r A IS f
Sale at aV'U
THIS is National Blouse Week, and a our 5 &
Floor Blouse Shop you will find wonderful val
ues in choice blouses.
' The models come in all the season's favorite shad
ings, in crepe de chine and georget and are f&taioaeii
in eeiiarsess, round neck and square collar effects
some daintily braided, some embroidered all at
special prices and in complete range of sires.
An event of this kind is so unusual these days that
women vrfll take advantage of ft by buying two er
three bloaeec, even if they do not need them imma
dtately. Blouses varying in pries from $7.50 to $27 j0 are an
offering for National Blouse Week at prices ranging
from $4.95 to $15.00.
AH higher priced blouses, too, are intiuded m the
National Blouse Week Sale, and will find values
and styles that are most attractive.
INDIVIDUAL models of tbe best examples of
achttive French styles are to be found m. our
There are the elaborate and elegant productions of
such houses as Henry Bendel, Waters. Rawak, Brock,
Weiss, Knrzmaa, Taurn and French models, such as
htarie Guy, Rebeoux and others.
You will also find here the attractive Gage models.
There has never been shown a more complete as
sortment of caoiee hats these are offered at reduc
tion that will surely please you. These hats are
those selling regularly at from $25.00 to $100 and
are offered for this November Sale
L3T "1 J f e-
Mid-Season Sale of Stlfe and Woolens
This afid-Seuaon Sale of Silks and Woolens which began this morning, will estab
hah a new standard of value-giving for these twiee-a-year events in the Dress Goods
Prices previualy advertised continue in force where lots have not been exhausted.
Attend the "Made in El Paso" Exposition Visit our Booth.
Scientific Hair Cdor Restorer
This Test Convinces
Send tae covpoo for & trtsl bottle sod
car special comb. B cure ud efrve ibo
exact color of your hair. Try It oa a.
lock of hair. Compare tbo recalls, mjX
the xeasare of Bains wltfe tho old mr
Sead ia tba coo pen now.
MARY T. GOLDMAN
116? Gofctai-ui BfcU- - Paul, Mfam.
c FWae tend tae vovtm fjrtal tsttte of iter B
q T. Galton-a Halt OteteaM vita special
" comb. I am TXMgtd'mmBjwmjBet9iDe Z
tiu froe arler. Ibe mtwii color of ray hair a ?
Vask Jet Made dark brown
Bond Issue For
Yuma County Arizona, Au
Tursa, Ariz, Nov. IS. Tpma county
has authorize1 the Issuance of $1.(0.
M road bonds, though by a light
vote. The mosey is1 to be used prin
cipally In providing pavement tor the
main highways of the Tuma valley,
but also Is to be built a good roadway
eastward, paralleling the Glla river
at least .to Mohawk, where It Is ex
pected the state will take up the task
of pushing through tbe Borderland
highway to a Junction with the Mari
copa county road system at Ansa
t-Diienie or at the liassayampa. The
location survey on this through road
aii id has been started by the state
Cocoa.no county Votes Bonds.
Flagstaff. Aril-, Nov. 1. Road
bonds to the amount of JlSO.uu have
been voted by the taxpayers for the
Improvement of the highways of Co
conino county. The state already has
put in excellent shape the main high
way west from thle point to Williams,
but much remains to be done on the
highway to the eastward and on the
roads to tbe (J rand Canyon and on the
through road from Flagstaff to Clark
dale, a highway that will have much
state assistance rn building and tnat
will furnish the direct route to the
can on from Phoenix and other south
ern Arizona points.
ROADS ARE BETTER, AUTO
CLUB HEARS FROM -MOTORISTS
AcosrdWa" to reports' received at the
Automobile club from motorists, road
conditions are improving on account
of dry weather. The T. A P. railway
route to Fort Worth Is bad on account.
of heavy rains through the oil field.
The following; tourists have reg
istered at club headquarters: C H
Dnnlao, Aitnraa, Calif-; C A. Waits,
Win field. Kans.; W. R. Peak. Aline.
Okla., J. D. Shoemaker, hsnsaw City;
B. K. aaiisple. U. H. Belt Frank Uu
Paul, J. B. DnPaui, Saa Dfos-o, Calif.;
J. N. Donoboo and wife, W. K. Miller.
Plain view, Tex.: J. H. Kid ec and fam
ily. Silver City, N. M-; Paul Ober Mil
lar. Seattle. Wash.; a M. Slaughter.
H. T. Hughes, Plainvlew, Tex.; Wm.
Hamilton. Chadron, Mebr.: Q. E Glad
ding; Cortland. N. I.: w. a. ztlmer,
Seattle, Wash.; M. M. Brows and fam
ily. Brooklyn, N. T.; C M. Hardy and
family. Jacksonville. Fla: R. a
Browning. Tulsa. Okla.; O. B. Benson
and family. Kansas City, Kana.; K. B
uoberts and wife. Minneapolis, Minn.;
Z. B. Fllmm and R. Ia Fllmia, Chi
LIFE SENTENCE OF JAS.
M. I.OFTUS COHMrTED
Denver, Colo., Nov. 26. The board
of pardons today commuted tbe life
sentence of James M. Loftua. conv.ct
ed of killing James O'Brien In Denver
In 1919, to "from K years to life,"
l.oftus shot O'Brien while Loftus and
detective Armstrong, of Denver, w.-re
trnL,aed in a pistol duel. He main
tained the shooting was an accident
The board continued the cast of
Robert Harris, convicted In Pueblo
county of raurfls
How to Relieve
No Meiici&e to Swallow, Just klak
Wonderful euros of catarrh, head
noises and dsafaess are belnc reported
by men and women who Buffered for
years. They found quick rel lef In
sooth infr medicated smoke Then, by
following the easy directions, their
ailments vanished and have never re
turned. One of the world's veteran physi
cians compounded this amaxingly suc
cessful remedy of herbs. It may be
obtained in the form of cigarettes or
for smoking in a pipe or bolder Just
ask the druggist for a box of Dr
Blosser's Catarrh Remedy and men
tion how you prefer to use It.
This delightful remedy Is harmless,
contains no tobacco. Tbe relief Is
usually felt at once. A triple guar,
antee comes In the box. you are sure
to be benefited or no cost to you.
Could anything bo fairsrl Adr.
Detective Captain Regains
Consciousness After 75
Hours of Delirium.
After 7S hours of unconsciousness,
daring which time his death was mo
mentarily expected, Walter Reese,
captain of detectives, who sustained a
fractured skull at 3 oclock Friday,
morning, regained consciousness Mon
day morning. Physicians who are at
tending him at Hotel Dieu say his
chances for recovery are better.
On Monday morning the was per
mitted to see his wife, who waa sum
moned here after having started the
night before tbe accident tor Chicago
to visit relatUea Mrs. a H. Reese
and alias LiUle Reese, mother and
sister of the injured man. have ar
rived Xrom Columbus. Texas.
Physicians report that an operation
probably will be necessary when
pecs,, haa weathered the shock of the
To Cure A Cmlsf
in One Day
Be sure you get the Genuine
T efUfclr sVnT T-r5r5 CtrlnOrilfA
2 HURT IN ACCIDENT ON
Cl'fton. Aria. Nov. 10. p. R. Scot
land, superintendent of a mining com
oju. surterrd two fractured ribs,
and lira. Scotland three broken ribs
and a fractured leg when the auto
mobile they were driving went over
an embankment on the Clifton-Mo-rencl
highway Sunday afternoon The
accident occurred when Scotland at
tempted to pass another automobile.
ITALIAN REGULARS CLASH
WITH D'ANNUNZIO FORCES
Belgrade, Servia. Nov. 10 (By the
Associated Press Force; of tbe Ital
ian government have clashed witl
Clabrlele d'Annunzio's troops, and
casualties were suffered: by both si
ardlng: to a "tatement .S'ued b
" -11 officii press bureau Sat- '
on the box. 88c
Wfeea Stomachs de their work,
and Bawds move naturally.
dr. Ttrrrs liver pills
sake the stomach digest feed
and Bowels move as tbey should.
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