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12 Wt .Irr sday, August 12, 191i ei PLATFORM GOES SI BAILEY FOR FERGUSQ The Platform Committee Votes Out All of the Bailey Amendments. (Continued Frwm Pace 2.) will extend financial assistance to oar i ' spective and ambitious home own- Fee System. . in iew of recent disclosures the Ten ocrac of Texas strongly con i ( m r ihe abase of the present fee f - em of paying county and precinct r 'fi t-rs. and we think that our civ i 2 it ion has reached that point where tt gruilt or innocence of no citizen -h uld depend upon & money consid- ntion accruing to any public offi cial e -therefore recommend to our leg islature that it give their best thought and attention to the question of whether the fee system of paying pub lic officials should not be abolished in Texas and all officials be pat upon a salary basis, commensurate with the services to be performed by such offi cials in their respective jurisdictions. TO The Democracy of Texas de claws it to be the duty of the state sroi, ernment to adopt such means and establish such agencies as are lawful under the constitution of the state t- enable citizens engaged in agri cultural, horticultural and stock-raising pursuits to secure fair freight rates to the markets, and to insure that consignments of such products are honestly handled, sold and ac counted for, and to this end we rec ommend the establishment of a com mission of transportation and com merce, possessing such lawful pow ers and charged, with such duties as the legislature may prescribe. Thank to Col II oh and Kirk. 1 The Democracy of Texas in con vention assembled, desires to express their appreciation of. and extend their th-nk to Hon. "Walter Collins and Hon Charles J. Kirk, president and secretary of the state executive com mittee, for the efficient and patriotic ser ices as president and secretary of ssid state executive committee, "V 'National QnrMlonK. ? Except as hereinbefore stated, we do not deem It to e the province c this convention to deal or treat -witn any national questions of legis lation " "We demand the most adequate and lihfral appropriation for the sup rr -f ind maintenance of the livestock si'i r commission of Texas. And further demand adequate laws and 1 beral appropriation for the protec ts n of the livestcok interests of this state, and adequate laws for the de struction of predatory animals that prev upon the livestock, and we call upon coir legislature to make adequate anrnpriation for the continuance of na-v"ient of bounties so that the de struction of said predatory animals mn be encouraged and continued. !IH IIFMTflY BAND IILL.PLAY SPEC1ALPR0GR i OPHELIA Cleveland Square Will Be Cnonn Tvnirrht. nf nn Tri- I teresting Concert. The Mtta infantry band will render a special program tonight in Cleveland square, beginning at 7:0 oclock. The band will play under the direction ot a X. Tresina;. principal musician. The program follows: Starch. Hi Henry's Triumphal, by O. Farrar. ,.. Overture, Poet and Peasant, by Fr. Suppe. Waltz. The Shamrock, by F. Tobanl. Descriptive. La Benediction Des Poignards fgrand -scene from Hugue nots, by Mcyerbeerl. Selection from Maritana (medley), by "Wallace. ,. Bits of Bemick Hits, Jo- Is- BARITONESOLO TO BE CONCERT FEATURE A baritone solo, "Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep," rendered by "Wil liam F. Coleman, will be a feature of the band concert to be given in the bandstand at Fort Bliss at 7:46 tonight by the 15th cavalry band. The program for the concert, as ar ranged by the director and principal musician Edwin C Klme. follows: March. "Dunlap Commandery"'....Hall Overture. "Le Pre Aux Cleres" Herold Mazurka. "La Czarine" Canne Baritone solo. "Rocked In the Cradle of the Deep" Rollinson Performed by "William F. Coleman. Waltz. "Septembre" Godin Selection. "The Opera Mirror"... Tobanl March, "Hamlin Rifles" Hall 'iTilllili rjT J TODAYS AMUSEMENTS. Planning for the Stork's Arrival Jmnrig Ihose thongs which all women Eh old know of, and many of them do. Is a splendid ex ternal application; Bold in most drug stores under the same of "Mother's Friend." It is a penetrating liquid and many and many a. mother tells how it so wonderfully aided them through the period of expec tanrr. Its chief purpose Is to render the ted ns ligaments and muscles so pliant mat natu-e s expansion may be accom plished without the intense, strain so oftAn characteristic of the period of expectarcy. At any rate It Is reasonable to believe that snee "Mother's Friend" has been a companion to motherhood for more than half a century no more timely advice could be given the Inexperienced mother than to suggest its dally use during ex pectancy. Ask at any drug store for "Mother's Friend." a penetrating, external liqnid of great help and value. And write to Bradf eld Regulator Oo 342 Lamar Bidg, Atlanta, Ga, for their book of useful and timely Information to expectant mothers. It contains many suggestions that are of Interest to all women. CITAljr ALVAREZ" TODAY. "With Just a handful or men. Capt. Alvarez, the fearless Revolutionary soldier, beat the Federals in a desper ate race to a bridge across a ravine, and held them at bay, while he set the bridge afire, and destroyed it, thus cut ting off the enemy," is a vivid descrip tion of one of the many thrilling scenes in the wonderful Broadway Star Feat ure photo drama, "Captain Alvarez." "With a thrill to every square Inch of film, it is one of the most sensational pictures ever shown. The story is a clean, crisp, intense narrative of the adventures of an American who loins the rebel army during a revolution In one of the South American republics, and by his magnificent bravery and daring, "wins fame as a military leader and the heart and hand of one of the fairest of the country's senorltas. "Captain Alvarez" is a picture that makes the heart beat faster, the blood course madly through the veins, and thrills into action all the dormant sen sibilities. It is a picture story that can be seen again and again with the same degree of interest that charac terized the first presentation. It will be the masterpiece serviee attraction at the Wigwam today and tomorrow Admission is 1 and 2 cents. Advertisement. V Meet Meat "Every body's Ask for 2S&C Green Trading Stamps gStySoGfy 97 A More Important News From The ugust Clearance Sale See New Fall Arriv ing Daily CONTRIBUTIONS FROM EL PASOANS URGED El Paso has been slow to answer the appeal sent out by the American Red Cross for funds with which to finance a relief expedition to the war ridden nations of Europe. Dr. C. T. Braden. secretary of the local chapter, said Tuesday evening that not a single con tribution has been received rrom the people of El Paso for this work. Dr. Braden has received the following tele gram from Charles L. Ma gee. the na tional secretary: Washington, D. C Aug. 11, 1S14. "Dr. C. F. Braden. "Secretary El Paso Chapter. "American Red Cross Society, El Paso. Tex. "The executive committee has de cided to enrol as members at large of the American Red Cross society for the remainder of the year 1914 all contrib utors of S2 or more to the European war relief fund. "Charles L. Magee. "National Secretary." These telegrams have been sent to all the Red Cross chapters In the United States. It is the purpose of the so ciety to equip a large steamer with medical supplies and nurses and rush it across the ocean on Its mission of mercy. The ship will float the Red Cross flag and will give relief to all nations now participating in the war. El Pasoans desiring to send in contri butions can do so to Miss C L. Lesser, treasurer of the local chapter, S30 North Oregon street like a clean china dish GOOD COMEDY BIIX THJOtT. T-illian Walker. the twtnnlsr Vita- 1 graph photoplayer, -will be seen today in The Winning Trick," an excellent sM-nM4. as- ttia RMam A Tm1a t.-i His Country," a Labia dramatic pro- ' duction with Vejma Whitman, will also , be a oart of the nrosram. "Temper and Temperature and "Worms Will Turn are two comedies that you cannot afford to miss, as they are surelv laughable Thursday MA Five Hundred Dollar Kiss" and the Hearst-Seli? Weekly will make up a fine program. Tuesday, the 18th, "The Wolf." by Eugene Walter, as beautiful a picture as was ever made, will be shown In six "Wonderful reels. Advertisement. m:---;m i KElTOVE COMEDY GRECIAX. Kevstone Mabel will be seen at the Grecian today only. In a two reeler. "A New York GirL" Don't miss a dou ble reel Kevstone. If you do. you miss good fun. There will also be shown "The Butterfly." an American drama. Tomorrow, a Beauty comedv with Mar garet Fischer and Harry Pollard, will be on the bill. Advertisement. Sfiaroe9 ileefrie ftiiuBsaefi Paste The International pt KTt Kills oS rats, miee. cockroaches, waterbngs, and other vermin. it is ready for use, i-mwitri reliable R-A-TSDells Bubonic Plarue No rat, no flea no flea, no plague. . -. w. u ww.fc.i.iuuii ouunniuv iMTC I used successfully daring the past few li ran uvcx iwcxuy laousana pounds ci Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste. Directions ia 15 lascuaees in everypackace 2Sc and 51-00. Sold by retailers everywhere. WILL BEGIN RAILROAD ARBITRATION HEARINGS Chicago, HL. Aug. 12. Hearings in the arbitration of the dage dispute be tween the western railroads and their employes will begin within two weeks, it Is believed. The general managers committee has not yet announced its representatives. Nut A. W. Trenholm, chairman of that organization, said that the names prob ablv would be published Thursday. The employes have named F. A. Bur gess, assistant chief engineer of the Brotherhood of locomotive Engineers, ind Timothy Shea, assistant vice presi dent of the Brotherhood ot Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen. They 'will confer with two men selected by tin roads and try to agree upon two neu trals to complete the board. Failing to agree, they will turn this part of their task over to the federal board of mediation. Both sides will be represented by counsel at the heatings. DIES AT SANATORIUM. D M. Green, age 2 years, died Wednesday morning at an El Paso sanatorium. He is survived by a brother. O. C Green, who is now in me city irom Houston. .Funeral ser- I vices were held at S oclock Wednesday I afternoon, at the chapel, 508 Texas street. Rev Mr Holloway conducting the services Interment was made In i Concordia cemetery J WIGWAM THEATER TODAY m ANOTHER VITAGrKAPH TRIUMPH ?ZoS6 Vitagraph Theater NeSork THE HOME OF ROADWAY STAR FEATURES THE MOST THRILLING PHOTO DRAMA EVER PRODUCED Superb Porcelain Lined the delight of every woman's heart the pride of every housekeeper. Here's that famous Refrigerator with the seamless, scratch less dish-like lining, the genuine Leonard Cleanable Don't confuse this wonderful -sanitary lining with paint or enameL You can't scratch it even with a knife. It's everlasting easily kept beautifully sweet and dean. Many people are" taking advantage of Our End of Season Refrigerator Sale. You should not overlook these great bargains In Refrigera tors. For the balance of this week we will continue to sell Our Stock of Refrigerators at a 20 per cent reduction. $95 Inside and Outside (J Porcelain Refrigerator. . t? e J $40 Porcelain lined fQO Refrigerator (JO&i $38 White Lined (tQ f Refrigerator tp3U $35 All Steel White fJOQ Lined Refrigerator PwU $27.50 Leonard Clean- OQ able Refrigerator $ $25.00 Leonard Cleanable Porce lain Lined fJQA Refrigerator ?4U $22 White Lined $17 rt Refrigerator ...41 8 tUU $20 White Lined flfi Refrigerator PJLO $17.50 White Lined tf "I A Refrigerator '. . & 1 T? $15 White Lined j O Refrigerator tj A $7.50 Leonard Make QlLCZ, Refrigerator PO CAPTAIN ALV A Remarkable Story of Love, War and Intrigue Masterpiece Service Selection. Admission 10 and 20 Cents. 59 110-12 N. Stanton St. Summer Wash Skirts At Final Clearance Sale Prices 55c For Skirls thai sold up lo $1.25 95c For Skirls lhat solduplo ...: $225 $1.48 For Skirls that sold up lo $3.00 $1.95 For Skirls that sold up to $f 50 $2.95 For Skirls lhat sold uplo.. $6.0 $3J5POT Skirls thai solduplo $850 $4.48 For Skirls that solduplo $1250 (Third Floor.) Beautiful Dresses Vortli up to $18.50, Final Clearance $5.95 These dresses at this price are an important special in our August Clearance Sale. Before the sale the same dresses were selling up to $18.50. Pretty long tunic styles, of figured and striped voiles, crepes, lawns, marquilettes and batistes; trimmed in numerous jaunty styles for afternoon, for danc ing or evening wear. With more than 3 months left to wear these dresses makes this interesting news to all who would save. (Third Floor See Windows.) Val Lace 5c Yard After Clearnnre Sale lSe. (If Aar lft. Just received another shipment of beautiful German and French in sertions and edgings to match, worth up to 15c yard. Clearance (J Sale Special, yd. Ov (Main Aisle.) HALF PRICE On aH our Imported Embroidery Flouncing, allovers. bandings, etc, imported matched sets, exquisite de signs; values $2.00 to $10 50. now 1.00 J- OCt ........ i?J S (Main Aisle.) to Extraordinary Offering In the Busy Basement Store Muslin Underwear From a Factory's End of Season Surplus Corset Covers, Drawers, Combination Suits, Skirts, Night Gowns, Princess Slips, Chemise and Teddy Bear Slips. Beautifully trimmed in ribbons, linen and val laces and embroidery; values are from 75c to $1.50 per garment. We have divided them into four lots for a quick selling Basement Special. Values up to 75c, Sale Price , Values up to $1.50, Sale Price 25c and 35c 45c and 69c Basement Specials Men's 75c Dress Shirts, all colors 39d Men's 25c and 35s Balbriggan Under Shirts and Drawers 19 Men's Black Lisle Cotton Socks, 3 PAIRS FOR 25r) Women's Lace Trimmed Ribbed Union Suits, both loose and tight Knee, worth 39c, for 25 Boys' Poros Knit Shirts and Drawers, 35c value 25 19c Japanese Bedroom Slippers, the pair 10 Patent Leather Belts, worth np to $1.00 25d Children's 25c Parasols, all colors, 15c Women's 5c Handkerchiefs, a dozen for 23 Laces, Shadow and Cluny, 19c values, 10(J Crib Comforts, good colors, worth 39c, 25J Curtain Scrim, Odds and Ends, worth to 75c, the yard 15 Up to $4.00 Lawn, Voile and Crepe Dresses, Choice $1.00 Up to 75c Corsets 30c Kimonos, flowered and figured lawn, 75c valne 39c Children's Colored Dresses, 4 to 8 years, 45c value 25c Boys' Oliver Twist Rompers, worth 39c '. 256 Japanese Silk OQ Kimonos pfc8J7 A NEW SHIPMENT VALUES THAT ARE WORTH TO $3.50. The August Clearance Sale has become known as a time of extraordinary value giving. These kimonos are specially priced for the Clearance tf O QA Saleat 2.37 (Second Floor.) More House (JM (( Dresses . $ -UU Plain Colored Giambry, Striped and Checked Ginghams Figured Lawns, all neat, desirable patterns, large sizes, as well as all regular sizes; ft II ff exceptional values pJLJ (Second Floor.) tK? A Large Tatle in Basement Holds Hundreds of fL Skirts and Blouses . . AH sizes in white pique and white Hnene wash skirts, trimmed with large pearl buttons, less than half their vakie NOW 55 THE BLOUSES AT 55 Silk Stripe Crepe Blouses, Plain White Lawn Blouses Dainty Figured Vo3e Blouses, Awning Stripe Crepe Blouses Trimmed with pretty embroidered collars and cuffs. Some have crocheted buttons. Both skirts and bloufes would be good values at twice this price. Basement Specials Men's 15c Linen Collars, each 5 Muslin, Unbleached, Short Lengths, worth 15c 10 Skirts of White Linene, worth 45c, 25c Women's Gingham Petticoats 25 Bnngalow Aprons, Cap to match 39c Boys' Blouses and Overalls, Special 2o Tell These People What You Want They Will Respond Promptly D.M.Base Ball Goods Full line now on display Get our prteis. PHONfc 60S 629 A. E. KYAJf DR.UGGISTS OPEX ALL, NIGHT 212 San Antonio Phone ODOM'S Careful 1054 TRANSFER. Men To haul yoor baccage or moTe your Storase and Facklnc. PHONE LONGWELL'S no. i TRANSFER- day OR NIGHT Autos, Hack and Bagtracr, Umuiiilnr.S and T Fawtnser Car. Auto Oaccace Tracks jgjfg cr - a jp r Sheltsn-Payne Arms Co PUBLISHER'S NOTICE Th SiraS HtraW wa established In Marco. 1SJI. The El Paso Herald lnclodtl 2. "Z. fOsorpUou and succession. The Dally New. The Telegraph. 5-7 , sJam- Th Tribune. The Graphic. The Sun. The Advertiser. The Independent. The Journal. TbVRepubllcan. The Bulletin. 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