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TTnions Tell Arbiters Sunset
Officials Must Meet Joint
BOTH SIDES READY
EOB A LONG FIGHT
HOUSTON. Tex, Nov. 15. "This
strike will be setled when the
Sunset offlcialg meet our joint
committee, ana not until then." was the
brief reply union officials sent to the
federal board of mediation and con
ciliation tomght, in response " f10
word message appealing to tnem i
nie the pe"
the Southern Pacific and Its trainmen.
Few Train Are MoTetf.
The dav passed quietly. The com
pany made 'no effort to move trains
other than one each -way. easi
west Umon officials say they are :en-UreH-
sat.sf.ed with the jtt6B. Two
additional grand l?tee otf wrs wm
here tomorrow and more are expeciea
early in the coming weeK. .. ttous-
Mondav was denied toclght. ',0""
Srn!on officios 4eS-e,at any
aS?CS aij 'e U ed at
the Southern Pacific stride.
TO TREAT FURTHER
tel Chairman TX K. T. . S ay M
Will Meet Company Half ay
WhencTer It i Ready.
grated boJl cnairnian of
SrotherhoS otSatlway , Trainmen
3 anl CwhVife
Weakening on the part of the rallroaa
friend Tfhismployesfalr minded and
reasonable in Ms dealings. The ions
f S -S&urdfy .Ihrhgl &
SegermomenJIs tlll hamper
&JSE1 as "wlll ?nf VngS
trainsThe perishable freight reported
H P at Straus Saturday was broueht
in inter in the day and prepared for
moving on The refrigerator trains are
ffs moved with all possible 'celerity.
Snpt. Hoover Is Optimistic.
California's first car of oranges this
.season was sent through by express, as
ffsual with the first car. without
rnnci? delay; Superintendent Hoover is
giving personal attention to the move
ment of the trains, and Is one of the
5St men in the city. He continues
optimistic as ever regarding a steady
betterment of the service.
Striken Organize Pickets.
At union headquarters Saturday ef
forts were made to perfect the organ
ization for handling the strike, with
particular reference to the picket lines.
The strikers are assigned to shifts dur
ing which they are on duty to Prevent
if possifcle. new men from taking their
former positions with the railroad com-
Pany' Tucson Offic'-ln Here.
To ascertain the status locally
with regard to the lavement of trains
E W Clapp, assistant general freight
and passenger agent for the SoBttiern
Pacific accompanied superintendent
Dyer, of the Tucson division, to El
NEW ORJEAXS IS HOPEFTJI.
OF AX BAKLY SETTLKMEIT
New Orleans, La.. Nov. 15. Belief
that a speedy settlement of the clash be
tween the Southern Pacific railroad and
its workmen will come and with it the
Immediate resumption of traffic on
every part of the 2400 miles of track
now tied up is strong In many quarters
Business men are exerting themselves
to end the strike. Federal mediator
C. "W. Hanger is expected to reach this
cftv shortly and make an endeavor to
bring the managers and train and en
jmemen together on a mutual oasis.
Tremendous damage to innocent bus
Iness interests that is sure to follow
a prolonged tie up appears to be com
prehended by both sides.
TttLSOX TTRGES EVKI.Y ACTIO!?
IV ARBITRATING S. P. STRIIvK
Washington. D. C, Nov. 15. Presi
dent Wilson today took a hand in the
arbitration overtures of the federal
board of arbitration and conciliation to
the striking trainmen of the Southern
Pacific railroad. Heeding the pleas of
Strike Breakers Come to Grief Between San Antonio
and Houston When Boiler is Wrecked; Assistant
Superintendent of Road is Injured.
SAN ANTONIO, TEX., Nov. 15. The locomotive of G. H. & S. A. passenger
train No. 10, east bound, was blown up near Kirby, six miles east of San
Antonio, a few minutes before midnight last night. Assistant superintend
ent N. B. Roulins, engineer Broodrick and fireman Ware were injured.
The train left San Antonio at 11:15 oclock, bound for Galveston and New
Orleans. The only obtainable information concerning the explosion came from
superintendent "Wakins, who was on board the train.
A relief train in charge of Dr. T. T. Jackson, chief surgeon of the G. H. &
S. A-, left shortly after midnight for the scene of the disaster.
DA WSON DEPENDEM S
7 O RECEIVE $150,000
DENVER, COLO., Nov. 15. A sum approximating $150,000 will be paid by
the Stag Canon Fuel company to dependents of the miners who met death
in the Dawson mine district, according to an agreement between mine
officials and Chevalier De Valla, Italian consul general in Denver.. To each widow
$1000 will be given, while an allowance of $1000 is made for each child.
The company is owned by the Phelps-Dodge syndicate of New York.
Taft Intimates He Was
Deceived in Morse Pardon
Despite Careful Scrutiny
the fanners and planters of the south,
affected by the strike, he sent word to
the board that no stone was to be left
unturned in an effort to bring about
peace between the men and their em
ployers. Society Leader Home from
Europe With 35 Trunks;
$250,000 Worth of Jewels
New York, Nov. 16. Mrs. Ricfhard
H. "Towraendj prominent in Washing
ton society, arrived here today on the
Hamburg-American liner Amerika, with
$250,000 worth of jewels and 35 trunks.
Mrs. Townsend received permission to
send all her belongings to Washington
; .n'j Thmr win T flpliverod at her
own house and examined and appansed
She refused to discuss her reported
Col. Brodie. Roosevelt's
Friend, Retires from Army
Washington, D. O, Nov. 15. CoL
Alexander O. Brodie. bosom friend of
Theodore Roosevelt, was placed on the
retired list of the army today on, ac
count of age. CoL Brodie helped Col.
Roosevelt as rough, rider ana served as
major and lieutenant colonel in that
regiment. In JuIt. 1912. he was made
governor of Arizona, serving in that post '
ah inruvr t
C E. HEINDON. STOCKMAN, IS
REPORTED TO BE MISSING
The assistance of the police was asked
Saturday night by Mrs. C E. Heindon in
an effort to locate her husband, said to
je a wealthy retired stockman, 48 years
of age. who disappeared from their home
at 908 Wyoming street Friday morn
ing. He has not been see nor heard
from since then, Mrs. Heindon informed
the police. She said he appeared to be
in good health when he left the house,
and she is unable to ascribe a reason
for his disappearance.
DAN DALEY WINS FROM
FRED M'KAY IN FOURTH
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 15. Dan Daley,
the Newcastle, Pa., heavyweight who
recently scored a knockout over Al
Palzer, defeated Fred McKay, of Win
nipeg, before the Fort Pitt club here
tonight. The bout was stopped in the
fourth round, by Frank Klaus, who ref
ereed. McKay was helpless.
RESULTS ARE SURE IX
THE SUNDAY HERAID
A 25 cent -want advertisement, a for
sale ad. or any kind of classified ad.
in the 1 Paso Sunday Herald will
'Ting double the replies of any other
newspaper In the southwest.
Special messenger and phone service
in Want Ad. department until 9 oclock
on Saturday nights. Call 115 or 116.
"Why let that furnished room stay
empty? Find a tenant who stays and
pays. The big Sunday Herald want-ad
page will bring the right kind of
people. Telephone 115 or 116.
Pottstown, Pa, Nor. 15. Former
president Win. H. Taft, during an ad
dress tonight before the student body
of Hill school, intimated that he had
been deceived into pardoning banker
Charles W. Morse. The former presi
dent did not mention the name of Morse,
but said that during his term as presi
dent he was asked to act upon two par
dons at the same time. It had been
represented to him that neither of the
convicts could live. He pardoned both
of them. One, the former president
said," died almost immediately. The
other, he said, and the inference was
so pointed that he must have meant
Morse, was apparently well and was
running around the country rehabili
tating his fortune.
The former president asserted that
before he issued either of these pardons
he had taken the greatest of eare, hav
ing had both convicts examined and
watched by members of the army medi
cal corps, and that he had issued the
pardons on the strength of these re
ports. In concluding that portion of his ad
dress regarding the pardoning power of
the chief executive of the nation, for
mer president Taft said, owing to his
experience he some times doubted if
the pardoning power was wise.
Quits Work As Teacher
To Become Bank Janitor
Cleveland, Ohio, Nor. 15. "Because -t
position as teacher in the East High
school, where he was head of the manual
training department, paid him only
$1,800 a year, while a iob as first
janitor pays $2,400, Charles J. Fosketh
has quit his school work to become
chief custodian of the First National
Bank building. Foskett has been a
teacher in Cleveland schools 12 years.
He said his one reason for leaving was
the unsanitary condition of his class
rooms, which he said endangered his
Subscribers failing to gel
The Herald promptly should
call at the office or telephone
No. 2030 before 6:30 p. m.
All complaints will receive
We Need the Money
$25.00 Suits for ..- $1S.50
$20.00 Suits for $15.50
$15.00 Suits for $11.50
ie $15 Clothes Shop
HARRIS KRUPP, Prop.
107 San Antonio St
Get Your Girls a Piano I
A Player-Piano 4&
lr Ck-rr nr-n nTiTn-Hrmn hn-f "V
JL-Uy VCUJL J-ltJL LUU-L 1JJLtT.ll
friends at home. A small
cash payment will place one
of our pianos or player -pianos
in your home.
The sweet, rich musical tone of our instruments has
appealed to hundreds of El Paso people, and made
us hosts of friends.
Slightly used and second hand pianos from $75.00 up. New pianos from
$175.00 up. Terms to suit you:
Tuning and repairing a sepeialty. Work guaranteed. You cannot enjoy
your Thanksgiving entertainment with your old piano in a bad condi
tion. Let us make an estimate on putting it in-slispe.
JENKINS PIANO CO.
"THE BIG PIANO HOUSE."
211-213 Texas St
C O ffi P A NY
Carload of Apples Must be Sold
Ben Davis 50 lb. Box
Wine Sap 50 lb. Box
Black Twigs 50 lb. Box.
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
Phone your order or call at once if you ant a bargain. These are Lincoln
county apples. First class. Absolutely "no seconds.
"The Store That Sells Wooltex
New Conceptions for Thanksgiving Functions
The White House Stocks Are Ready For the Social Season
DURTNGr the next few weeks some of the most important social functions of the year will be held.
Never was it more necessary that your attire be correct in every detail. The White House with'
its ereat stocks of exclusive merchandise moderately priced is ready as never before to supply your
every want for every occasion. Being SPECIALISTS in women's and young women's Apparel and(
Accessories we are able iJo show you larger stocks, better values, more exclusive styles and lower'prices
than any retail establishment in Texas. This store with its beautiful Keady-to-Wear is more than
equal to the demands of the social season. We invite you to call Monday and inspect the newest creations.
Charity Ball Gowns and Accessories
PRICES RADICALLY REDUCED
THE White House with its wonderful display of exclusive garments and accessor was
never better prepared" to supply the correct attire for Charity Ball and other i banks
giving festivities. In evening gowns we show original and Paris inspired conceptions portray
ing the latest modified Le Minaret effects in a Hover lace, chantilly lace beaded panel tunic
styles, black beaded robe effects. Damache gold cloth models and otner characteristic de
signs showing the new ideas in lampshade and two-tier modes trramed in rairy laces,
shimmering ornaments and rich furs. On all the prices have been radically reduced for spe
cial selling. In accessories we show beautiful scarf, gloves, hosiery, fans and hair orna
ments to match your attire. See these Monday while the assortments are large.
JaBsh t NLj
J"Vt . IMS TV J 4. HMO -. l .
Party Gowns $14.50
$17.50 and $19.50 Values
Q URELY a timely offer when all young
women are looking for charming Tango
and evening gowns suitable for the Charity
Ball and other festivities. In this collection
are models of chiffon, laces, nets and crepe
de chine in all the favored shades. Many
show the latest Le Minaret overdrape skirt
effects and diaphanous lace bodices trimmed
with rich furs, flowers, beads and ornaments.
Choice of these rfft f A f
$17.50 and $19.50 SIbDU
values Monday only . '
Street Gowns $18.50
$22.50 and $25 Values
A BEAUTIFUL collection of silk street
gowns made of messaline, Canton
and krinkle crepes .and crepe de chine in
Copenhagen, Russian green, navy, black and
other new colors. The all silk models have
deep girdles, lace and fur trimmed collars and
cuffs. Also the Le Minaret overdrape skirt
effects. Other models have dainty lace bo
dices with frilled fronts and pretty buttons.
Peg top skirts cleverly draped. These $22.50
and $25 values. fO )
SH0P EARLY 1$?L
ADVANCE XMAS HANDKERCHIEF SALE
ONE DAY-MONDAY ONLY
embroidered handkerchiefs are inchded in this sale. At the reques of the Jf.JT5 lema gjf ch our WdkercKef sale is the
able values take advantage or tnem tomorrow, a K e -
See Our Beautiful Arcade Window Display
Regular 10c handkerchiefs of all pure
linen and hemstitched. Also bordered
handkerchiefs with script initials. Ad
vance Xmas Sale price, Re
each - -
Nicely boxed for Holiday Gifts. Packed
three in a box.
50c Boxes 44c
75c Boxes . . .69c
$1 Boxes 79c
$1.25 Boxes $1.00
$1.75 Boxes $1.49
Neat plain black narrow borders.
25c Handkerchiefs 19c
35c Handkerchiefs 29c
50c Handkerchiefs 39c
For 1 Doz.
quality lawn, hem
chiefs with em
Regular 5c value;
For 1-2 Doz.
fast colored bord
ers. Regular 5c
value; the 1-2 doc
For 1-2 Doz.
handkerchiefs i n
the best 5c value
made. The 1-2 doz.
Imported Hand Embroidered
25c HANDKERCHIEFS Imported hand embroidered
Aiaswryl, Donegal and Bsetonne .plain linen hemstitched
handkerchiefs with the new wide hem. Also ft.
initial kinds. Regular 25o values, Advance jiif
Xmas Sal? price, each Arf tr
50c HANDKERCHIEFS Imported hand embroidered Bre
tonne, Donegal and Amswryl plain hemstitched handkerchiefs
with the new wide hems, embroidered script and Longfellow
initials. Also hand embroidered Madeira in- -
itialed and scalloped handkerchiefs. All regular ffiffi"
50c values. Advance Xmas Sale price, .each "
75c HANDKERCHIEFS Im
ported Madeira, Donegal and
Breton no Handkerchiefs
$1 HANDKERCHIEFS Im
ported Madeira, Donegal and
Bretonne Handkerchiefs in
$2.00 Imported (fr -9 jr -Handkerchiefs
Men's full sise strictly all linea hand
kerchiefs in our regular 15c grades and
liberal siie; on sale during Advance
Xmas Sale, 8i
each ' ;
Fancy decorated Xmas boxes. Packed
three in a box.
20c Boxes 16c
25c Boxes 20c
35c Boxes ..28c
Plain and initialed all linen
25c Handkerchiefs. .:. . . .20c
35c Handkerchiefs 29c
50c Handkerchiefs 39c
75c Handkerchiefs .-.69c
ALL HANDKERCHIEF PRICES REDUCED All
imported handkerchiefs in values from $2.50 up to $6.50
will be radically reduced during this great sale. See them.
100 doz. of women's linen and Shamrock
linen handkerchiefs with dainty col
ored borders and embroidered corners.
Values up to 25c Advance 1 C
Xmas Sale price, each A3C
As a Special Favor to all Purchasers Who Desire to Make
Their Complete Xmas Handkerchief Purchases During This
Sale We will for a Small Deposit Pack and Lay Aside any
Handkerchiefs Selected. Balance Can be Paid Any Time Be
fore December 2uth.
200 doz. initial hasdkerchiefe is plain
narrow hemstitched kinds and aaoe of
superior finished lawn. Neat embroid
ered initials. The beat woeaea's hand
kerchief ever offered J ,
50 doz. Women's strictly all
linen fine quality narrow
hemstitched handkerchiefs in
Men's all pww.Baen'teuxKted
hemstitched Wadfcvretrtefs in
full sue and the regular 20c
quality. Price, 11
"THE STORE OF SERVICE"-
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