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EL PASO HERALD
I (MSIIS-M iTHOBDSGALL n at mm a President Appeals For Co-1 Formal Opening of Furni operation Listing Indus- ture Firm in New Home tries .For Time of War. is a Big Success. PROFIT HAS 0PF1 IT Keport Shows Many Work men Prefer Fixed Wages Successful Plants. Approximately 3000 Kl I'asoans were guests of the Rogers Furniture com pany Monda afternoon, following the frimal opening of the handsome new five-stor home of the company, at public today bj the Welfare Den.rr 07-11 Noith Stanton, and hut reientlv I mfnt of the National ri,,i, j7.jM I. - ' - - - .. - -'vii. j" i-ii s-t-h r inn completed at an estimated com 01 i civic workers have been eiiEanii f :00,000. Dainty and useful souvenirs 12 months past In IuvMttetfn i,I weie given to the guests on each floor than J00 so-called profit sharing New ork. April 26 one of the most exhaustive reports that has ever been made on the arlous profit-sharing iilnn. thnt a n Ir, 1 . . l 3arinE tried in the L nUed State,' was made of the new bufldin. which was dec orated for the oc-iaslon, while ushers nmi ork, April 2 n appeal by rtmnlont Wilson to business men for c, poration with the committee on In dustrial prep. in due of the n,il con sulting hoaril tn its industrial inen Toi of the countr s resources for na tional defeme wis -nade public tod.i The president s letter, dated April 2! follows 'To the Husinoss Men of Amei u i I bespeak our cordial cAOfteiaiion in f n patriotic service undertaken h the , v rr, stationed at each landing to engineers mil chemists of this , oun- Bid the Usitors through the bulld m under the ril-eallon of the Indus- iI1K- on, 0f the most modern In the trnl prep.iiednes.s committee of the southwest """ consulting board ef the I niteu i coincident with removal to the new i!J"". T. "":l"'ale. mforn "Miles I h,iuii,. Ih. tn7sr nf II, nmninv irum rami uiuniiiea in the HllhWl In The confident! .1 imlURtnil linen- waB substantially increased, four of I Pf""08' y . . T.nere nas be" a tor oii ate iskecl to suppH is (n- i tho flve floors being occupied by the I "larked growth of interest in the profit tetcleil for i lie eylusMi ben. fit of the Rogers company alone This does not sharing Idea during the past year and war and mu departments iml will lncmde the meaaanlne floor, where the a large number of new schemes have b.. used In otgHnixing the industri il offices of the firm ate located been launched, but thus far the news resources of tile lOUIim At ln re- r .kl- arrival f Ih. I,.,llHn- 1 Honors hairo li.n tha .. " . niiest flie Imcrimn tnn.lv r.f Phil ....". .! " r." ."" ."T - !! ,- .-. V ."' ""UTCe j, ' - : ;' ' "" i iionaay. me gumu were iirsi ca- Engineers. Hie American Institute of , ,.'- th, basement, where a use- g fcogiiiei rs, the American So- flll 11v11,ik in the shane of a narinff knife, waa given eacn woman un uie nrsi nuor, memorandum schemes, and their rennrt ... ... analysis of some two hundred plans "The work was undertaken." savs chairman Italph M Uagley. of the Fx ecutive council, "In response to many requests for up-to-date Information SCOTTISH BITE HI STMTS Kngln Mfnin r!et of Meilianlcil Engineers the. American Institute of Electrical Ln glneers and the Amerli an JsocieU of r'hemists are giatuitousl) assisting the naal consulting board in the work of collection: this data and I confi ilenllv ask )our earnest support in the interest of the people and goernment of the Lnited States Instructions Issued b the Indus tiial preparedness committee to its field organization of more man "in. 00(1 iiieincere in taking the Inventory of manufacturing establishments directs them to keep the inventory confiden tial and to retain no copies of It for their own use" Information with regard to these re cent experiments, some or which are far-reaching In extent." o Set Conclusions. The report itself comas to be no set The most economical way to buy Ham r Bacon Is l fhc whole piece Be sure Its hnlliergers Majestic "De liclously Dlffinnt Adv y.l raso Seed Co. open Brenrngs. SID San Antonio. Opn. Court House. Adr Mrxlcan rents, Lee Newman, ph 4601. -AcIV Rockefeller's Millions Could Not Buy Eczema Remedy Say. Hune Hahn After Cure With D. D. D. Ten rears I (offered with ceiem three Ter of that time I could not appear in public My entire body was covered with the disease I could not eat I could not sleep I could not live I hare at last found the ereat PreacrlDlion I) D P W hod Is clean, smooth. If there were one battle only of D D D in the world m d I had it, Mr Rockefeller's millions '-auld not buy the golden .fluid " Nurse M rile inns, aaureas oi nospiiai on p-rrlicatlon iirucists are giaa to reconoienu inis ,nWerdeoVnenthCOs2cPo,n,d0naU,oyv 2 ! ?5!l '''" the prV.t- each child -l .'," ' . ' uul II a.BYoles more than Music was rendered by an orchestra! ! PBM to an "PO'ltlon of the many on the meaxanine floor throughout . P ana. ln ,force todav or tried and the afternoon. The receiving of the guecta waa un der the direct supervision of T. II. Rogers, president of the company St. Louis Society Girls Are Named on "Call List" Of an Underworld Resort M Louis. Mo. April 25 Stories of revelry and loose life in which young girls and oung men from fashionable sections of 8C Louis mingled with thosa of the underworld are being unraveled by the police in their investigation into the muider Monda of Mrs Anna Mc Oillloudd. wife of John J. McGUll cuddy (Cuddv Mack). St. Louis poli tician ln a resort she raji here Two women and three men are being held. Names of girls, w ith their telephone I numuerb, lupina in a c-upouaru, -m-uucu many residents of fashionable .listricta. Persons living nearby declarer1 tr-e re sort has beer the scene of h anv ravels to which participants would go in ex pensive automobiles. abandoned. The views of the leaders of organised labor appear unanimous In opposition to the general theory and practice of profit-sharing, while a large number of the employers whose plans are an alyzed in the report, consider profit sharing a success. "Many reasons,!' says the report, "are given by these employers for their faith ln the Idea. Among these are tnai it promotes more continuous ser Long List of Candidates Be ing Given Degrees; Con tinues tTntil Friday. Tie 21st semi-annual reunion of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, of Freemasonry opened Monday night with a class of 41 candidates. The re union will continue through to Friday The, fourth, fifth, sixth and .rni. degrees were conferred Monday night xuesaay iiivuiioh "iiuu, ninin ana 10th degrees were put on, and this aft ernoon the 11th, 12th and Uth were conferred. Tonight the 14th degree completing the Ineffable degree of the lodge of perfection, will be conferred. ieunr"uyii j-rogram. The procram-for Wednesday Is as follows. 8 a m Fifteenth degree. Knight of the East, or Sword. 10 a. m Sixteenth degree. Trlnce of Jerusalem. 1 p m Seventeenth degree, Knight of the East and "West 2 SO n. m. Eighteenth degree TTni,i. of the Hose Croix. 7 p. m. Nineteenth degree. Pontiff. 7 58 p m Twentieth degree. Master of Symbolic Lodge. S 30 P. m Twenty-first degree, Noa chite, or Prussian Knight Candidate to Itecetve Degrees. The candidates that have thus -far signified their intention of taking tha degrees are as follows If. J. Arant W. TV. Hltehead. f E. Berry, A. a Black. F. N. Brown, Jr., C. B. Butler, II P Corbln, N. A. Brown, Russell Durrell, TV. B. Clark, Van Ilorn. J. R. Ellis, G. O Bverman, Rial Gallagher, I J. Gilchrist, C. J. Hankamer, J W Harley, Sanderson. Iri a IT H? When You See a Heart f 'ill JLJCL; V" Think of Rosen i. X S "-U. l" v i. J 'I Jss I vice reduces cost of production, se- JT) r m balhart RavHarrell cures morn reenlar Hlten.lane ,i ,v i' .'": "aiiiari,Kay liarrell, WESTINGH0USE STRIKERS FIGHT STRIKE BREAKERS I Pittsburg. Pa.. April 25 Efforts of j pickets to pre ent J0O0 or 3000 workmen from entering the plant of the West I Inghouse Klectric and Manufacturing I mmpatij, where a strike is ln nrocresB. j this morning resulted in disorder simi lar In that nf fiii1av soothlnc, coollns lfc)uW. 25c, SOc sad $1.00. The deput aheriffs and railroad of- Come to tn and we will tell you more I fleers on guard at the work had been about this remarkable resxsir. Tour hcavIK reinforced during the night. money ta uniees tne urn nouie relieves and Wnen the pickets linked hands and ou . u. u. n cymy rj ;i " inargea tne bridges leading to the en i. i . .. . . . . . . ilthy. Ask about it kellv & Pollard, Druggists. I; trances thej wore met by determined resistance. " tbnpjyptiu the button am Jill Y name is Mr. Phil. Up Quick. i am tne barker L.ucky Curve Fountain Pen a self -filler and a safety pen combined the advance herald of two great ideas, wrought into one pen. The concealed Self-fillingDeOice. The Jack Knife Safety DeOice. I ami any lo Jill, I uhh il took longer RwtII?EIc cures more regular attendance at work, builds up confidence and creates a spirit of cooperation, gets rid of rolling stones and encourages home building, enables the company to koep its em ployes during rush seasons. Induces salesmen and others to work harder, promotes efficiency, Interest and loy alty, and Increases the profits of tha business. Men Prefer Fixed A nges. "Yet." the report continues, "em- plojers who have had experience on the subject are bv no means a unit as to Its practical alue Some cm plojers express disappointment that the efforts of their companies were not appreciated by the men, that they seemed to prefer their total earnings in fixed wages, with no variable ele ment that they were .suspicious, of th employers' motives, that, they insist ed upon joining unions and presenting demands ln spite Of the companies' efforts to gie them an extra share of the business, and that when stocK was sold to employes upon favorable terms they would dispose of it at a profit wnen its value rose. "Among the points raised against the profit-sharing among the trades' unions the cmer is, of course, that tne interests of labor as a whole would be Imperilled by ifny weakening or de struction of strong organization to pro tect wage standards which, under profit-sharing would pas? wholly under the control of the employers Ileachea Only Wtll l'nlil Men. "Another objection by organised la bor, which it must be acknowledged is borne out by the statistics of many of these experiments, is that profit sharing chiefly affects only the super intendents, foremen, and higher grades of employes and does not reach the rank and file. Either it Is claimed, the profit payments are too small to be of any moment to the low-paid workers, or, where it is a stock sub- G. L. Hoyt. M. T. Llewellyn, R. L. Morris, J. B Moulton. 1 P McChesney, J. IL McKee. P. O Nafe. It M. Reed, VT. B. Richmond, Charles Rittmaster, W. VT. Spitler, W. R. Walker. F A. Judkins, E. D Lynton. If. IL Morris, J. A. Morine, Van Horn, J R. McCrummen, Flint McGregor, Lobo. Leonard Pence, J. D Ichardaon, J B. Rogers, M B. Schwartz, S A. Vaughan, HntchklaN Attends Iteunton. C A Hotchklss, of GaU eston, frater nal delegate from Texas consistory No. 1 a Slrd degree honorary, reached El Paso Monday and w 111 be In attendance at the reunion. Mr. Hotchklss Is prom inent In masonic circles, and has just completed a history of Scottish Rita Masonry In Texas, the book now being in the hands of the printers. The wotk was written at the solicitation of Sam P Cochran, sovereign grand inspector general In Texas test by the United States Steel corporation. The report reaches the conclusion that the flve-dollar-a-day minimum wage plan of the Ford Motor company, although described by the company and popularly understood as profit shar ing, does not fall within the standard definition of profit-sharing and is In reality a unique high wage system made possible only by extraordinary conditions. CAR "GOES DEAD" ON CROSSING; DEMOLISHED Plalnvlew, Texas, April 55 An automo bile driven by Mrs J M. Hutchinson of Lorkney wai demolished at a Santa. Fa railway rrMloc hero by a freight engine worKers. or, wnere 11 is a siock bud iy wvmnDK unw u . uneiu uw Hrrlntinn tilan thp man of th workers I Mr Hutrhinaon saw the train, which was th In- separable com and college if Hi and flrti. Standard, Self. Filling. Safdtr$2.S0 up. SAFETY SELF-FILLING FQUilTAIH PEN It Is a treat to see how quickly I drink good ink ten thousand words in two seconds when you "press' tho button." I can lay flat, right side op or stand on my head and the ink is locked in ton will find me at the best nlorn In town, tome In and get ac quainted. I PARKErT Zzd j ITOUHTAIN pen ink) jBfegrnrfl1aT' do not earn onough to buy any stock, een on Instalments "Union representatives also point out that labor itself is making no demand for profit-sharing, either In tbe or ganized or unorganized fields, and that the things of real and vital interest to labor are not those which employ ers propose, but which qmanate from the worklngmen themselves" Three Main Dlvlnlons. There are three main divisions of schemes, the first being a percentage of profit plans under which the em ployer agrees to pay hiB employes a certain percentage, fixed In advance, of the profits of the business The Kast man Kodak company of Rochester, New York, is cited as a typical example un der this plan A second scheme Is the special distribution of gratuities in a great variety of forms ranging from discounts on supplies purchased to cash bonuses paid usually at the end bf the year. The Crane company, of Chicago, is named as presenting a good illus tration of such special distribution schemes. The third plan is stock own- exshlp, which Is being given notable about three rails' length from tho croanine but thought she could drive across the track before the train reached the crossing 1Vben across the track the engine of the automo bile went "dead." Mrs. Hutchinson had the presence of mind to leave the car Imrae dlateljr with her children, and no one was lnjnred though the car was demolished and Its occupants bad a narrow escape Tho engineer brought his engine to a stop a few seconds after the car had been struct MRS. WALTERS IRRATIONAL WHEN CHILDREN WERE SLAIN New Tork. April 15 Presentations of the evidenre ln the trials of Mrs. Ida Snlffen Rogers for the mtfrder of one of her two children, whom she poisoned probably will end today. Mrs Rogers has never denied having administered poison to her son. John, and to her daughter, Londa. Her at tornevs have based her defence on the plea of temporary insanity and have put on witnesses to show that she was at times irrational. Mexican rents a specialty. AdV. Ph. 4001. CAPT, GRANT IN MEXICO PARKER PEN CO 174 Mdl St.. Janurittc. Wh. For Sale by the Best Dealers in El Paso. THE HOME OF FOUNTAIN PENS-We Repair All Makes. RYAN'S OWL DRUG STORE. 212 San Antonio St. EL PASO BOOK CO. MiIU Bldg. BOOKS. STATIONERY. AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. KIEFER'S BOOK STORE 107-109 N. Stanton Si DEALERS, IN BOOKS. STATIONERY AND TOYS. i l 1 -- fflgA jaVisssssssssssHl a ylT ir -witn mm fR CARTER'S II kI 11 ULilftfi' hirafvni V Jhi w 8n0 WPwtPliiM'JiiWgiJJ For A Long Life and a merry one keep the liver active and the system clean GENUINE BEARS SIGNATURE With GARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS 8WIMfePj?jfeT. -- r -msz5m By way of introduction we wish to extend our sincere thanks to our friends, patrons ana me ruoiic in general for the success of our opening and the many words of appreciation of the new store. Our Opening Sale is now in force and a few of the items of special interest have been select ed from the Second Floor Section. l SEE THE INDOW DISPLAYS Congjoleuma We offer for your selection a large, new shipment that embraces many patterns never before shown m EI Paso. This is the ideal floor covering for El Paso anrl as an opening Sale Special we offer you Congoleum at . V 41 A c gs For Economy and Durability "Pro-Lino" Rugs are just what El Paso Housekeepers want. These rugs come in a wide ariety of new colors and pat terns and are specially priced in two sizes for our Opening Sale. 6x9 at $3.659x12 at $ 6.95 g Here is a big value in ar. Opening Special. 9x12 Brussels Rugs, all new bright patterns, large variety to select from. Opening Sale Special ' Porch Couch $12.85 Here is the most Summer Comfort that can be condensed into one piece of Furniture. Substantially built and offered complete as shown in above cut at $21.15 Swing without stand and awning for $s.ib. ogers F 207-11 North urnitur e Coz Stanton Street &m th wJJ I It Si rm-t f k Wl V N,. w war f Mm I b Vonililla' t?wL V. 4MPWA fl-V- JMW& I lVil-rt'Hll v V V V VBn &r jr VVPt I tXlwkWwSLr f v vOOw. lilHiH e easy way to heal sick skins Don't worry any more about that itching' skin trouble. Just spread a little Resinol Ointment Over the sick skin and see if the itching' does not disappear as if you had simply wiped it away t And even more important this soothing, healing ointment rarely fails to clear away promptly every trace of the unsightly, tormenting eruption, unless due to some serious internal disorder Doctorshavc prescribed Resinol Ointment forever twenty years, and thousands owe their clear, health v skins to its use. It contains nothing that could injure or irritate the tendered ikm. and is so nearly flesh colored that it can be kept on the face, hands or other exposed surface without attracting unpleasant attention Resinol Ointment usually gives even prompter results if the sore places are firs! bathed thoroughly with Resinol Soap and hot water. Get these free samples Resinol Soap and Outwent re&tte the tentttney to pimples, clear away dandruff, lad form a household remedy for acres, barn, crufinjr, etc (or free trial wnte to Resinol, Dept, 9-T Baltimore, Md. I i V pHCSDCirmwy vca4h:.xc; Capt V S Gran8 111 iaml-un nt the foiinn pn Miloiit ninl groat Union pcneral. in on tluti in Mmi with the n'in. i uiir irs Tlio oung man is tnih tollniu tin f,,..t-. .v of liu tian.l-iii vIm ,i, ,r.d in Mexico as a iitiin .mil ii(ni, il,,, 1,1, I,,, i ,ii,ii 1,1 iii, i , ii I s (, nut ,,, j, canUm ui Uic aruiv t, .iU. lalm ui tin i ;i ditiuu m 40. SPEGIAL SCEWERV FI SCHOOL M High School Girls Also Have Special Costumes For the Dansant. L STATE NATIONAL BANK Established April. 1881 Capital, Surplus and Profits, JZOO.OOI INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS C R. MOREHEAD, President. C. N. BASSETT. Vic. President JOSBPH MAGOFFIN, Vice Prea GEO. D. FLORT, Cashier. 1 J GIITHRIST, Ast Cashier. EL PASO EXCHANGE SYSTEM PRIVATE BANKERS UNINCORPORATED Mexican Money Bought and Sold. 01 S. El Paio Street. P. o. Box 1029. Telephone 1371. That tho approaches high school performante on the evening of Frlda pril 28 anil t,aturda temtnn in .,.a mosi. ""Preeeaented amateur 'boast of In connection with th success (.in partly be judged from the .!. ..... -.,,,.-,. mi o. cm rv and cos tumes th it moan considerable expense to the management are just completed The ilamant, of which Mr Mar garet Ktnnon Stevens is in charge, will Blve the El Paso public something to h l rTtvjiis FLESH BUILDER Used auic8fu!l for cit,ht Mai8 bv. thin men .mil n oim n who w mt to pf on llesh mil in nasi ihl ,r -., "" .... i. ,, i-uii ii ii, in ks mil t x,, iii - tin n t ' l J..in u I 11 Iilb Uiu where Ai. YOU Should Always go to KEEVIL'S scnool. me younp women, alter a Scod deal of debate and di&cussion hrve finally decided on the dancing costume they are to wear and they are works of art anil those who wit ness the performance will have good reason to fCrtcet that the die enter tained b amateurs and not profes sionals aocordlna- to those who hae seen the rehearsals The orchestra, which will consist at this concert of neirli ill iliirn needs no comment 1 hot.e w-ho lmv i Itheard It before can juust wn.it it will ' accomplisn at the commit i om ei t The plaj entitled The stiriv Flag 'or luanlta." 1 a niflo.lr.inn of r-spanish-AmwIcan war, full of action limnnr nml eomed Tin irioi )rp 11 i ,.,..., ..,,1- fijm imt it i n s i f i v ii. , I- , ,, I, i, d that t i mi in, i I ,, a . - -- ,r4.j,,,u.SUl Ui ,., , u"'! Try Jhe Herald Want Ads. When you want the best Wines, Liquors and Lunch Goods. Phone 105. 520 N. Stanton.