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TI GURU DIE IN 8 IE Little House Near Smelter Burns Thanksgiving; Father is Rescued. ' Two little Mexican children played about the home of their father. Angel Manoz. near the smelter Thanksgiving arternoon. The father had been too iU to work and the mother was away the familv of tx. ! ineiamny 01 six. i Fire caught in tne flimsy roof of the 1 little house and it was with difficulty tnai ine sick man was rescued ironi I ihe house. The neighbors assisted him to get out of the house but nothing was known of the little children being m the house until their charred and Slackened bodies were found in the ruins of the house. One of the children, little Jesus, was four years old and little Angel. Jr.. was three jears. Two other children escaped- Coroner Ware, of the smelter district, held an inquest Saturday morn ing and the little burned bodies werff buried in the smelter cemetery. REGINALD DOHA CHARGED WITH BREACH OF TRUST On complaint of Hart Steele, Regi nald Down was arrested by the police Friday and has been transTerred to the justice court. According to Steele, who made the complaint for his mother, Mrs. Emma Holland, Down obtained papers to a mining claim in New Mexico and a homestead claim in Columbus, N. JL, and disposed of them. He is charged with breach of trust. 1100 SHEEP IMPORTED. A shipment of 1X.5M sheep from the western Chihuahua sheep country was imported through the custom house Saturdav morning by Charles Chad wick. It required 71 cars to haul the sfct-ep. III1 JPIIIF-ffiiliffffi 111 Ml s ' gl 111 BEETHOVEN VAGNER LISZT VERDI HERBERT SOUSA No matter -who yonr favorite composer may be, he and yon be come more'intimate than ever before when yon play his music on the -sgrx&tm The Player-Piano That Is All But Human In other words, the Chkkering does not merely strike the notes xi directed by the perforations in the music roll, but it enables you to play the music with all the feeling that the composer intended yon should put into it; to bring out all the beanty of the composition; to give it the same human, personal, individual interpretation that you would give it if playing by hand on the piano. PLEASE REMEMBER the Chickering is found exclusively in the house of the JENKINS PIANO CO. Other pianos taken in exchange as part payment on the famous CHICKERING PLAYERS. Balance On easy payments, if desired. PIANO TUNING $3.00. WORK GUARANTEED. Jenkins Piano Company PH0HE 2958. f " C?S?D j I C R "X W Fi 0 RD iTH EATRE!5"j ! LTnn " "-. . 1 I 3 DAYS STAETING MONDAY, NOV. 29TH. SPECIAL MATINEE WEDNESDAY. 5 LEVY f o Sf f w T I I . m-- II A THHEE ACT mosical farce rEATx,RmG I SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY We vill &c away FREE a Glass of Pure Valley Honey with a purchase of 24 pounds or over of Globe. Cream of Wheat, or Levy's Winner Flour. Buy your Flour from us and have Good Bread, Biscuits and Cakes. Phones 505 & 506. 204 & 206 East Overland St Trade with us and sa7e money Ma3 order given prompt attention. TfiiUIB IITSTlitlCI Ketuge3ron:JJuncanUamp Causes Killing; Electric Light Plant Closed. Luciano Martinez, a striking- miner at Morenci. Ariz, was shot and killed by Casamire Ramirez. Friday, accord- Infr to a message received by Milton H. McLean, manager of the Detroit Cop- tne strlke ne- , AccordinK to Mr. McLean's message, Ramirez was living at the refugee camp at Duncan. Ariz, and had gone to Mo- reset to visit friends, some former ac- quaintances are said to nave seen mm on the streets and to haie followed him to the home of Antonio Spezia. where. Mr. McLean says, the house was surrounded. Ramirez is said to have fired through a window, the bullet striking Martinez and killing him in- stantly. No details as to the shootine were given in Mr. McLean's message. and it is not known whether Ramirez escaped to the Duncan refugee camp after the shooting or was arrested. Lisht rinnt Cloved. Clifton. Morenci and Metcalf were without electric lights Friday night as the result of the operatives at the Clif- ton electric light plant refusing to eon- .' tinue working without being paid. This advice was received Saturday morning bv the operators, who are living in El Paso. The electric light plant is a part of the Arizona Copper company's plant at Clifton and the strike followed the re fusal of manager Norman Carxnichaei, who is m El Paso, to pay the men em ployed b sheriff J. C Cash, of Green lee county, to operate the plant except with a check marked "paid under pro test." Sheriff Cash is said by Mr. Car michael to have sent him a bill for the labor employed in keeping the electric lisht plant in operation. According to Mr. Carxnicheal. the bill showed more men at work than when the plant was under the direct control of the Copper tot mr. mmn mmiMj II LOWEST PRICES BEST OUAIOTV HH 211-213 TEXAS ST. I ;BiS c ' EKHHKEF. Cardinal Fails to Join the Jitne Peace Plan For Europe. ' Baltimore, M4, JCov. 27. Henry Ford, SSStS'iSShSOSt the cardinal devoutly echoed Mr. ' Ford's hopes for a successful culmina- Christmas. heM mm to Kk it , He he elt there were too many formidable difficulties in the waj. I Mr. Ford asked cardinal Gibbons to ' suggest names of prominent persons I wnose interest he thought could ha ' emisieo. but the cardinal said be pre- . ferred to leave that to Mr. Ford's own j judgment. ! Upon leaving the cardinal, Mr Ford said he was going to Philadelphia. where he had a dinner engagement j with John Wanamaker. i Goternor McDonald Invited. Santa Fe. N. M., Nov. 27. Governor - C McDonald stated Friday nfght I n' ne naa received an invitation from Henry Ford to accompany the peace party which Mr. Ford is to take to Europe. The governor said that he had not replied to the invitation as yet. and would not like to give a posi- Jive "yes" or "no" answer at this time to question whether he would go on the trip, but that he did not see how it would be possible for aim to do so company. The bill was ptld under pro test, the check to cover the wages of the operatives rt the plant bein marked "paid under protest." It was returned to Mr. Carmtehael, he says, because of this marking. Km ployed by Kede ration. "The men in charge of the plant were not employed by me or by ray company , but bs sheriff Cash and the Western Federation of Miners, said manager Carmtchaet Saturday morning. "When sheriff Cash sent the bill for operating the plant to me recently, it showed an excess of employes over former pay rolls when v,& were in control, and. for this reason. I paid the amcunt of the bill under protest. The sheriff returned the check to me and demanded that X pay the men on his certification of their time. This, my company declined to do, because the men are employed by the sheriff and the Federation and not by the Arizona Copper company. "Thursday some of the electric .usui plant employes telephoned to cashier J J Cooper, of the company at Clifton and demanded their money. He ex plained why the comnanv's check had been so marked and told the men that it had been refused. The strike fol- lowed. MRS. STEPHEN J. GLUMAZ DIES FROM ATTACK PNEUMONIA Mrs. Stephen J. Giumax, wife of S. J. Glumaz, auditor of the Mexico North Western railroad, died of pneumonia at the family home, 1217. Prospect ave nue, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Glumaz was 30 years old and in addition to her husband is survived by th e small children: Elena, Dadlo and Pablo. The funeral was held at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the Church of the Immaculate Conception, with In terment In the Concordia Catholic cem etery. BODT OF D. W. CORN SIIIPPBD TO niS HOME IX STTOV The remains of D. W. Corn, who dle-J Friday morning as the result of an accident upon the El Paso & Son'h western railroad at Octavia street. Thursday afternoon, were shipped Fr. day nlcht over the T. & P. by NaR'ey & Kaster, to Stanton, Texas, for Inter ment. Instructions to ship the remains were received from the wife of Corn who lives at Stanton. Both of Corn's len were cut off be low the knee and death occurred Fri day morning at 3 oclock. AJfXIE LAMP'S DIFS FRIDIT XICIIT; KUXERAL SATURD VY Annie Louise Lampe, aired 7 months and 23 days, and the infant daughter oi .air. ana Mrs. tan-aru lamw. ISI5 I San Antonio street, died Fridxy nlcht. une runerai was held Saturday after noon at 2 oclock from the residence with interment In Concordia Catholic cemetery- "Witch Hazel Cream keeps the hands and face soft during the winter months. Telephone tVnrner'is 731 and 732 Delivered to any part of the city or sent postpaid, 25 and 50 cents. Adv. Quick Delivery Lucerne Cash Grocery and Delicatessen ffi J. EN MS. Prop. II n 111 I -115 E. Boulevard Pkone 302 llllli Ml -WS . Ti.Jg3!'il i . iw w-JKr & Sm MH HH F LIIL IL1 i- I I U mn It IT M Tl r XT1 TT A T T Ot n H w..TWA-a1i;-, h mi I Hj AND EL PASO'S LITTLE FAVORITES, hi 1 PRICES : I H THE PFEIL SISTERS. & 25c 50c 75c H Hi 39 1 nvAVs,'"'SR?G,lko"nn I I Pf'CeS 25' 5C 3"d 75 Se3tS e" Sa'e 3t DrU2 Stor8 W H CkanKe of BUls Mon. and Thur. 9 JW Wj WILL WATSON AND J. D. PONDER ! ANNOUNCE FOR REELECTION Will I Watson and J. D. Ponder have announced themselves as candidates for re-election to the offices of county tax collector and county treasurer at the July primary elections. These announcements were made Sat I'urday and are expected to be followed I by other announcements of candidates for tne county election. Isaac Aiderete. Willie Casares and Patricio Ochoa have already announced for district clerk and constable. FOUR EV MES WELLS. The mesa wells which are being sunk at the citj waterworks plant are now down 5U0 feet and the first ell is expected to be brought in Mondaj These wells are being sunk to innease thi water supply for the clt. TCVAC 3 NIGHTS GRAND MATINEES :SAT. and SUN, IANN K. Vet SOTLAND CLJFFOW mrm- ymii&Y HIT! .PTi '1 3JK tmicsr jf& Wsmk ixe&or iUBrmfffJlMjmm99 KTHUZGlUJlSPtPi Twx5r 'fmr'gr g'g a vi,,a standby GQSAT TMGOESQUE: QW-m cosmos a ory colons 5CM emfSONMOVO JlPRBiy D&GWij m PRICES j.-maEiifayfiiHgl 1 - k ,. 8WTV-fiit ALHAMBRA In"TheHearl of the Blue Ridge3' Mountains Moonshine Love. A Thrilling Picture Presenting Clara Kimball Young in her best production to dale. Coming Monday Mary Pickto d X MEXICAN BOY FATALLY SHOT WHILE PLAYING AT SMELTER Manuel Lopez, a 14 year old boy, was fotniiir shot Fridav afternoon while playing in the smelter settlement. The i bullet struck him in the left oreast and it is believed that It will result in his death. v, -a a v.,tA.AV4n U.HA .100 ttIM 1IW1UMV ..m.m.w... a, nv ... u.u to have fired the shot, was arrested by the sheriff's department and is being held pending an Investigation of the shooting, which is believed to have been accidental. CHARGED WITH ASSl'I.T. Ventura Sepeda was arresteJ by the police on a charge of attempting to assault to women with a sharp knife The women were Josefa Guadalupe and Maria Proencio, and the trouble is I said to hate occurred on canal street. Cora UNTOC K. MC.It DARKER? SIWJE5 A3UICtE&IXm fCiGKO) tuecsss . f 3 fti fi rsa . b bh? &m &y .tUQg bv d . mggmmf.yjfj&a. SmSfm'wSr E1FMAGS 50c, T5c. HI. 00. fl.50. MATINEES. 50c, T5e. I.0O. Scats at Ityans Thursday. TONIGHT Again TOMORROW Clara Kimball Young AT THE JUROR IS DETAINED IN MEXICO AND DAMAGE SUIT POSTPONED R- L. Green, a juror In the suit off G. W. Schoonmaker against the Texas and Pacific railroad, disappeared from the 34th district courtroom Fnda moaning and could not be located all day. tie returned in the afternoon and said he had been detained in Juarez bv the officers and could not ?et back trx thA A mnri11 w atria Thk sv o a aai-nc? resumed Saturday moraine after be- ing postponed a da because of th I TEXAS GRAND M0NDAY 1 LYNN R. McCLINTOCK, Manager H maiinee TUESDAY Tuesday H THE GREATEST EVZNT IN THE HISTORY 1 OF THE THEATRE - g 1 Of the Foremost Living Actor 1 I (Positively His Last App-grence in EI Paso) ' 1 And Entire London Company I m. UuAMI FT" 1 8 Sharp) nttlflLLl 1 Tuesday ) "Passing of the I Mat. & Night j Third Floor Back" I I SEATS AT RYAN'S ;' I 1 Nights $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00. 50c I I Matinee $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c 1 SPECIAL ATTSACTION THE Up!' ETHEL BARRRYMORE STARRIKG IN "The Final Judgment" SIERRA BLANCA MURDER CAS! TO START HERE MONDAY A special venire of 20 men has been summoned by judge Dan M. Jackson for the trial of H L. Kobertson on thi charge of killing "Fot" Boy kin ara Walter Sitters at Sierra Blanca l January Tne case will be called In the J4tli district court at nine o'clock Monday morning and a large number of wit nesses are expected to arrive here Sun day for the trial ' IE1 TODAY AND J& TOMORROW ELatfSna&HBSBiiliSBfiSHKlilBS .