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-Friday, September 1, 1911 '
See Center Window Display of Shirts
Plenty of Good Things Attractively Priced for
Our Saturday, Customers
CContinued from Page 1.)
that the railroad recognize the feder
ated organization of shop employes.
Decision Expected Soon.
It Is believed that one of these alter
natives -will soon be decided upon. All
the delegates have, it Is said, expressed
themselves in favor of giving the rail
road company 30 days notice of the
abrogation of -wage contracts. If this
action is decided on, the question of
calling a strike -will be indefinitely
Local heads of the shopmen have
t wirecT their representatives at San Fran
cisco for advice and it is expected they
"will be guided to a certain extent by
the answer received to this message.
The labor chiefs declined to discuss
their pending action today although
several Important conferences were
held at -which the entire situation was
carefully considered.
May Employ Strikebreakers.
Chicago, 111., Sept. 1. A report that
an employment agency had signed 500
strikebreakers for immediate "use on
the Harrlman lines, was brought to
the attention of the labor men today,
but they declined to comment on it
The labor chiefs profess to still hope
for a peaceful settlement of their dif
ferences. Vacations Canceled.
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 1. A general or
der was issued from Union Pacific
headquarters, today canceling all vaca
tion orders for the balance7 of the year.
No reason was assigned for the
action, but it ' Is uridtrstood to be a
part of the general retrenchment
scheme of the company. A large por
tion of the employes of the road are
Denver Asks Reconsideration.
Denver, Sept. 1. The Denver cham
ber of commerce yesterday adopted
resolutions urging the shop employes
of the Union Pacific and a number or
other railroads "again to consider se
riously the questions involved and re
frain from precipitating a contest in
which their position might not be sup
ported by public opinion."
They also assert that a strike now,
when large crops and other heavy ton
nage in the state of Colorado must he
moved by the railroads involved, would
seriously injure the business interests
of the state.
Sol Berg's Souvenir Shirt Sale
Ix)s Angeles, CaL, Spet. x. Dr. "Wal- j
ter Owen Hyan, said to have been a I
wealthy physician, .formerly of Spring- I
Held, I1L, shot and killed his wife i
and then committed suicide at their
home here today.
Dr. Ryan shot his wife -while the j
couple were at breakfast. Two young
sons who were, upstairs, heard the
shots and found the body of their
mother in the hallway and their father
bent over the breakfast table, dead.
C. D. Ryan, one of the boys, told the
police his father recently had shown
signs of unbalanced mind. His mother
visited a. lawyer yesterday for advice.
To introduce the 1911 Fall season we begin tomorrow morning a mammoth
shirt sale. Instead of giving you te customary souvenir we offer you a sou
venir saie or smuts, xnese snrrts are tne newest -trail
styles and colors. Sizes 14 to 17. You have paid $1.50
many times for shirts not as good as these. We give you
your choice at C. . .-
Everything New a
Man Needs to Wear
In new Fall suits you will again find the Sol. Berg
standard. We do not experiment.' We know clothes and
nothing is offered by us except the finest clothing ready
to wear.
Attend the Souvenir Shirt Sale and see the new Fall
styles in Suits, HatsJ and Furnishings of all kinds the
largest and most comprehensive stock to be found in El
Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 1.
Howard P.- Seedes, of Cripple Creek, a
prominent mine operator and secre
tary of the Cripple Creek lodge of
Elks, was found here today wander
ing aimlessly about the streeets. He
has been absent from the gold camps
since Tuesday morning ad Is unable
to give any account of his actions. He
was taken to a hospital for medical
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Salt Lake City, Sept. I.S. A. Sutton,
general yardmaster of the Denver &
Rio Grande in this city, is under ar
rest on the charge, of being the leader
of a gang of box car burglars, which
has stolen thousands of dollars worth
of merchandise consigned to local
stores and San Francisco firms. Other
arrests are expected today.
Our Trunks and Suit Cases
are the best travelers in the
frfin-?0r 'j.' ill
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Salt Dake City, Utah, Sept. 1. De
wltt Lowe, a broker, was arrested to
day on the charge of tapping a tele
graph wire operated by the firm of
badger Bros. Four other men were
also arrested on the same charge. They
are: E. L. May, Ray Perkins, J. F. Mc
Allister and R. D. Seott
The "Go-Easy" club held a dinner
and reunion at. Its club house, 21S Up
son avenue, on Thursday night. The
bill of fare Included 28 friend chick
ens, about 100 biscuits and an unlimit
ed supply of salad. Twenty-one mem
bers were present and no edibles were
left after the affair was over.
Hostelry Will Be Converted
Into a Modern
Hotel Soon
The old Grand Central hotel is to be
remodeled at a cost of $20,000 and will
be reopened under the name of the
Grand hotel. D. C. Seaman has secured
a five ye'ars lease on the hotel on the
second and third floors i of the "Walz
building, and will have It entirely re
built and remodeled.
A steam heating plant, private baths
In each room, hot and cold water con
nections, electric call and telephone
system and other modern hotel attach
ments are to be installed. A new parlor
and office is to he built
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To the ""Want" Columns of
The Herald. When there's an
unexpected vacancy in the of-
fice or factory force, It's a
Herald "Want Ad that gives no-
When there's something Tal-
uable lost or a tenant leaves,
a call to Bell 116, Auto 1115,
-tells the news, i
El Paso has learned that
Herald "Want" Ads are the best
resort In an emergency.
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Miss Eleanor Brannon, the 20yearold
daughter of Dr. John Winters Bran
nan and granddaughter of Charles A.
Cash Market
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Saturday Specials
Sugar Cured Corn Beef 10c
Veal Stew, 2 lbs. for 15c
Sirloin Steak or Roasi ... 12 l-2c
Boiling Beef, 4 lbs 25c
Peerless Rolled Roast 10c
Veal Shoulder Roast 12 l-2c
Chuck Roast, 3 lbs. for 25c
To the:
Dana, who has arrived back in New
York, after taking a course in suf
frage under the famous English suf
frage!; Mrs. Parkhurst, of London.
Miss Brannan will follow up her work
here as field organizer for Mrs. Har
riot Stanton Blatch, the New York
suffrage leader.
Cash Market
Grand Junction, Colo., Sept. 1. Plans
for the Utah extension of the Denver,
Northwestern & Pacific (Moffat) rail
road, are well under way, according to
Frederick Brind, who has been In
vestigating the possibilities of such a
road in the "Uintah basin on behalf of
the foreign syndicate, which it Is said
will furnish the needed money. Ac
cording to Brind the Uintah railway
will be a part of the new line, the
directors having decided to tunnel the
Book Cliffs next spring at a cost of
$1,250,000, eliminating the present
heavy grades and to extend the road
to the Colorado-Utah line to develop
the new oil and asphalt districts of
the two states j
(All communications must , bear the
signature of the writer, but the name
will no be published where such a re
quest is made).
Editor El Paso Herald:
The -objection which Hon. "W. H.
Fonda urges against Arizona joining
in the proposed statehood jubilee to be
given by El Paso to Arizona and New
Mexico Is not altogether well taken. I
share 'ith him the opinion that sena
tor Bailey did Arizona a great wrong
and one which he can never remedy,
but El Paso Is not responsible for sen
ator Bailey. Senator Bailey does not
represent the Democratic party and
has not for several years. He is first
aid to the standpat Republicans and
the representative of all those inter
ests that prey on the people.
If senator Bailey really 'represented
the Democratic party of this state or
of the nation, three-fourths of those
who now give allegiance to that party
would be hunting other associations.
While it is true that the local organ
ization here has endorsed the senator
on several occasions, those endorse
ments are due more largely to an ap
preciation of senator Bailey's supposed
assistance in the Elephant Butte pro
ject than because of agreement with
his policies. As one of the numerous
Democrats pf El Paso and of the great
state of Texas, who have no part or
parcel with senator Bailey, who denies
that he represents Democratic senti
ment or Democratic policies, who sym
pathized with Arizona in her long,
magnificent and just fight for state
hood, and who is voting, working and
praying for the time when we shall
be able to rid ourselves and our -state
of Bailey and everything he stands
for, I beg our Arizona brethren not
to charge against El Paso any of Mr.
Bailey's sins, plentiful as they are.
While there was and is a difference"
of opinion among our citizenship as
to the wisdom of the recall, to -which
Mr. Bailey objected, we are always the
friends of Arizona.
We are linked to Arizona by every
tie of brotherhood and community of
interest, and we ask everjj Arizonian
to come to El Paso and take part in
this jubilee, promising when the pri
maries occur next summer we shall
show you that Texas Democracy no
more endorses senator Bailey's action
in this 4nstance than does Arizona; In
fact, we confidently look forward to
that time when imperial Texas shall
be- done forever with Bailey and
Baileyism. He is not a Democrat, and
I for one protest against the Demo
cratic party being charged with his
sins, although he was elected by a
.democratic legislature.
Forget Mr. Hailey. His undemo
cratic action should not deter our Ari
zona friends from joining us in cele
brating the fact that she is npw one
of the sisterhood of states and can
amend her constitution to suit herself,
irrespective of senator Bailey, presi
dent Taft or anybody else. Come to
El Paso. w. J. Huie.
Pasteurized milk. El Paso Dairy.
IIsT this Saturdays sale we've remembered the fact that you are fitting your
children out for school, and have planned the specials to help you in that
matter. In the Boys department, the children's department on the sec-
I ond floor, the Shoe department, in fact wherever there's anhing a school-
ooy or giri neeas Tnere win De some attractively priced special item ior you.
Each item will be one which will lessen the .cost of fitting the children out
for school.
Short Lengths of Our
Best Kinds About
All remnants and short lengths
of our best kinds of ribbons, in
styles and iwidths suitable for
the school girl's hair bows have
'been collected and marked for
Thursday and Friday selling at
Half Price
This lot includes plain colors
of every shade and many of our
best fancy styles.
Pretty Styles Girls Wash Dresses
BU YJLDsTGr school dresses, ready to put on saves
mothers a world of work and worry. We fea
ture dresses at popular prices in our Children's
Dept., giving the best value possible, in prettily
made styles. All these are cut in ample sizes,, of
the best material, tastefully designed and neatly
made and trimmed.
Dresses of good quality gingham in plain colors and. plaids, and. percales
in light and. dark colors, for girls of two to fourteen. Q J
Special value, each "..IwC
Neat style dresses of percale and gingham, light and dark colors, siaall
figures and plaids, high or dutch neck, long d AJSt
or elbow sleeves, each . A m 3
Pretty style dresses of Scotch zephyr ginghams in Scotch plaid effects
and extra quality percales. Por girls of five to fourteen- d O C
Special values, each - - ipi JJ
Manhattan" and Bates Street Shirts
at reduced prices.
Serviceable School Shoes at spe
cial prices.
$2.50 Dotted Swiss Dresses $1.45
Very pretty style white dotted Swiss dresses, lace trimmed, low seek
and short sleeves with ribbon girdle; sizes from six to 14. I C
Worth $2.50; Saturday Special V i TrO
SchooL Specials in Hosiery and Underwear
Extra quality fine cotton ribbed hose, mercerized,
and dyed a rich, permanent black or brown. A light
weight for girls' wear. OP
All sizes, a pair iwC
Good quality cotton ribbed hose, medium and heavy
weights for girls dnd boys. .Past black C rf
and very serviceable. Extra value, & pair A C
Early fall weighi cotton ribbed vests witi losg
sleeves and pants in ankle length, for" children f
two to fourteen, years. Extra.
value, each
Cotton ribbed fleeced vests, in the high seek akd
long sleeve style and pants in the ankle lesgth.
Sizes two to fourteen years.
Each :
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Stylish, Serviceable, Good Looking
School Suits for Boys
"VJT7ErVE never had a better assortment for you
to choose from we Ve never offered you such
good suits for such low prices as we domow. Our
complete lines for Fall are now here godd 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. Size3 6 to
17 years, and the best value we
have ever j ff
offered pOUU
Suit's for $7.50 -
Ivan Frank hand tailored suits, with
hand padded shoulders and the
knickerbockers lined ThroghL
Cut in very smart styles of the
popular browns and greys in.
diagonals and mixtures
A grand value at
Broken Lines Boys Suits Specially Priced
All styles of boys5 suits, that have become broken in
the range of sizes are marked for Saturday sale at
remarkably low prices. Two special lots of them
have been arranged as follows
Boys' School Suits, worth to $6100 for $3.98
Boys3 School Suits, worth to $3.50 for $2.85
Skates Free
We will give on Saturday,
with each boy's suit bought at
$5.00 or more, a pair of steel
(extension) roller skates,
worth $1.50. These will be
given with specially priced
suits as Avell as, those sold at
regular prices.
"Mother's Friend" blouses of madras
in neat light and dark color pat
terns, soft collars attached. A Q
Regular 75c styles TwC
Boys' soisette blouses, "Mother's
Friend" make in plain colors and
neat light color stripes. All sizes
in the regular $1.00 fiQ
quality, special 0C
School knickerbocker fetvBsra.
good and full, of woolens and hard
inusnea worsteds, 'well
made, strongly sewed..
-rtac uats in, xne new i41 S
and colors, in styles for both large
and small boys. Plain aad tele
scope styles. Extra jm f
value &UC
Manhattan and Bates Street Shirts
Large Size Rugs 39c
Good serviceable Rugs, 27x60
inches, hemp, in oriental colorings.
Very good for porch or bedroom
use. On sale in the basement, all
day Saturday,
39c Each
Cheney Silk Ties 27c
Two inch Four in band Reversible
cross grain in all the newest col
ors; 50c values; Saturday all day
IT Cents
Men's Oxfords
Our entire line of $3.50 and $4M
men's oxfords in button and lace
styles, Saturday all day special,
Shop Tomorrow Store Closes at Noon
JMonday Labor Day
After Supper
Extra quality cordu
Toy 'knickerbocker
trousers, strongly
made with double
seat, cut good and
full. $1.50 and $2.00
qualities in sizes 6 to
17 will be on sale
from 7 dl JQ
to 9 at., vl
(Limit two pairs)
After Supper Special!
16 Button Kid Gloves for $1.95
Sixteen button length glace kid gloves, black and white
onlyi $3.00 values. After Supper Special. A r m
Limit, one pair to a customer, , tpl c04
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After Supper
Special in
Toilet Articles
Lambert's Lfeterine,
$1.00 siae, special
67 Cents
"Limit oee.
One pound package
20 Mule Team Borax,
15c value; special
S Cents
Limit two.

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