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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, August 13, 1919. JLEY GIVE OUT Ppi Would Reform Party; Fer guson Wants a New One. Continued from pasre I.) ' Cohan To Fight Actors' Union To Bitter End jSays They Are Unfair; New York Managers Reject Arbitration. Chicago, nu Aug. IS. George M. Cohan, proprietor of Cohan's grand opera house, will fight the equity as fr- i oblation of actors and artists to the finish, according to Harry J. Bid dings, manager of the theater. "Mr. Cohan will fight the actor be cause of his unfair discrimination in 'parate meetings yesterday. Former Ko.enor Ferguson announced the ir:h of the new party at one gather- e and Senator Bailey at the otner. i wwn the princ.ples- to govern . - effort at party rebuilding. De'egates of both factions heard f -ator Bailey s address. The only l .a'-ent difference in opinion b - i closing Cohan"s Grand opera house -mhod?: SdVaa&ng I ---- T 10 r,-"ed ends. remain open," said Mr. Rlddings. Mr Fe;guson declared "we are bo- i "This theater will remain closed nntll rg !o jump the fence." and form the 1 the end of time, if necessary, to defeat i-rncan partv of the United States thoaetors" K. called upon the people of the J Herrmann, manager of the urtry to meet in their respective Cort theater, the only other house '- nets and organize county and ! closed as a result of the j-ctors strike, a-.' conventions and select d'lega'es said he would sue Tom Wise and Wll , a national convention in ISM." ,iam Courtenay, stars of "Cappy nu 1 Rl-ks." for damages for closing his 'theater nv srolnc on a strike. DEM C OF STRIKES III 1 1 m day the B nley faction went w cad with plars for outlining a defi 1 .1- line of attack under the leader s.n' of the former senator. JuJ-,e C. F. Greenwood, of Dallas, rnim.an of the - Bailey meeting." ex- ctti to appoint a; once an executive 1 mi: tee wh:ch will set a time and , 1 -e for a siaTe onention to de it rri.ne the faction's future course." PoIi:caI obserers pointing to f similarity m the platforms a jjued by the two conferences, de-'-i'-c the factions simplv are divided o tne mean to attain a common and in review. ny the possibility 1 the "Bailey" group may not eve desired results within the : -t --n Democrat! party, find signif icance in the foHowine- utterances hv Mr Bailev: Moat Come To 31. Intend to follow the principles Id tae and national, comes to these p-inctpies. then we are with the Dem - - ic part. ir not. as I say. we "--e ThesQ pr-n lples wherever they i 1 it.au ua la.rman W. p. Bastlan. of the nui7ht to the selection of the cora 'xe to deal with the national or- i' -zation and would not say when committee would be named. Texas con ention of the party U e called by the executive om "ee at a date not yet decided upon. Bailer Flat form. More Industries Affected Than Ever Before by Walkouts There. New York, Aug. 15. More indus tries are affected by strikes now go ring on or threatened In this city than ever oezore in tne history oz tne xaoor unions, according to figures compiled by labor leaders and made public to day. Besides the actors and rail road shopmen, those now on strike In New York include painters, plaster ers, machinists, carpenters, shopmen of the Brooklyn Union Gas company, clgarmakers, brass workers, sblrt makers. furriers, brass bed makers. i umbrella makers and art lamp work ers. A nation wide building strike, tak ing 1,500,663 men out of work, was threatened In a statement Issued yes ' terday by 27 International heads of I labor unions. The trouble is the out- growth of charges that building con I tractors employ nonunion labor. Arbitration Tt elected New York. Aug. 15. Theatrical fusal to an offer of mecUation "in the I TrOOpS Called To Quell Irvin S. Cobb. At a mass meeting of the strikers it was announced that arrangements I Butler, Pa.. Aug. 15. Rioting broke for the first of a series of benefit per- ! out today among striking workmen formances for the strike fond had at the Standard Steel Car plant and been completed and a theater engaged . because of the threatening situation for Monday evening. Among those ! troopers from the state constabulary who have volunteered their services j were summoned. This Is the tenth day ire Ethel and Lionel Barrvraore, Lll- of the strike and the first that any actors strike made bv a volunteer; r-. . r. a . committee of playwrights "headed by !0l AlTlOTlS OlTlkeTS At George V Hobart, George Ade and . f . - ;a Bullet, fa., Lar flanl lian RusselL Marie Dressier and De j u olf Hopper. disturbance has developed. n o rn 77 i CHICAGO MEETING CALLS Kei). OWltt leUS OFF STRIKE OF SHOPMEN laopted yesterdav wherever they may A J mi XT 7 Chicago. I1L. Aug. 15. The railway It tne Democratic party. - fifflfij I tip V ff nil snopmens strike is or land tne men national r to tk.u X '-i'U liil J. lie y M-HH- Wi retnrn to work Saturday. That H Of Advertising liltr Members Warned Against Threatening Coal Shortage. was tne decision of representatives of the strikers from widely scattered points throughout the country after an oil r4iv mdatlnir ' While the shopmen's representa tives were in session a mass meeting of car repairers, representing about 27,000 strikers, decided to return to work. The shopmen's meeting today was called by the Chicago district council, which called the strike August 1 In defiance of the international officers of the shop crafts. 49 BISBEE MEN ARE I HELD TO SUPERIOR COURT i I Continued from page 3.) ( "Any man In the advertising busl- . ness can't stand still; he mast be illu- Thc olatform rtnt h ,h. ' mmatea or eliminated." said Rev. Ful- fo'.lnwers sets down twelve principles. 'er Swift, rector of St. Cement's Bpis. mh'ch favor an amendment to the copal church in an interesting talk federal constitution requiring that all ' , ,h. , ' , . amendments be submitted directly to to tne membrs ano visitors of the the people: express belief in a writ- ; El Paso Adclub at 'uncheon Friday ten constitution and faithful adhor- at the Sheldon. It Isn't wishing, but "A rpo-aineIn, that counts. Scratching is all the federal constitution depriving I right but there must be hatching, fates of the right to control the! "The business of an advertising club e for purely local officers;- de-' and of the Individual advertiser must nounce the 'growing tendency" to be growing new trade. Every busi - gulate everytihng by law; denounce r.ess or profession must have the ele croW,ng extravagance' of state and ; ment of personal accommodation, or fd.ral governments; oppose govern- a its oaid pabIcIty wm fa of re. r -. .tai ownership of railroads, but , auits. We have to present to the pub faor limited regulation; oppose ijc. not only what we have on our " .nopoly and socialism; advocate -helves, but also our own personal-; : e speech; oppose permanent al- i ity" ances with European countries noli- An nn InstanrA nr thA nfw-e f t cally or engaging in European advertisine club. Mr. Swift mentioned . STRIKE TIPS IIP SPBVfPF. dggles Tor territorial aggrandize- the club in Neosho. Mo, a town ofl nM 1WTTDTTOIam7w nmn - rnt. oppore class legislation; de- about 250Q people, which will send a I ON INTtRURKAN IN OHIO -.md theoretical and absolute sepa- I Pullman load of delegates to the na- riTiTK n eml rat.on of church and state. tional Admen's convention of adclubs' !5:.Uf. JZZ5 Denonnee Allianees. at New Orleans. September 21-J5. Dr. Ohio Electric Intemrhan railwav or.! TV'e hold that the first and highest ' ZriAVJ. ?Lnr examples of asked that their cones be passed to the superior court without nrfpument for the reason that they felt that If one were guilty of any crime durlnc the deportations, all were equally polity. Although they were confident that many of the camea should have been dis missed for lock of evidence said the statement, the defendants felt that they had alt done what they thought was right during the de portations, and that they wanted a Jury to decide as to the guilt or innocence of -each nun. duu of this renubhc is to its own "ow advertising or dinerent kinds nas citizens. th nlatform rierlarea in re-. or2!,?1 results. xernng to international alliances. Claiborne Adams, chairman of the and we deny its right to expend our i . ew OrlanB" committee, said axes or to sJcrince the lives or our ; v . " sons in fighting wars which do not ' 5? niftifL ffP PPort moive tne honor or our eountrv on - wi the welfare of our people." Opposition to woman's suffrage and national prohibition is expressed la the platform adopted by "the Ameri can party." wh.ch also opposes rati- i. ration or the League or Nations con vention. "We assume that government au thorities know what they are talking about when they tell us that the coal shortage next winter will be the most serious pronosltlon confronting the lfg'slatures of three-fourths of the'"w ar' anvised that 169 leading states and with the addition that Ire- ' "ew S''; f 'hl!.nntrrare, be la'id should be free I ln assisted bv an appropriation from Legal pensions for the needy and I he National Fuel association to brine disabled American scMier is demand- home to the neople the necessity of i bv - the American party" platform uyir,B al now We know there Is ard appointment or election of sol- fal in. the "0";na- Dn,t,a, kJ?07 d crs to government positions j3 there l a shortoee of labor "and rail- urged,. It demand., protection "from i il,' . wiit'. XTZIJI 'i midation from labor or profiteer- ; ' . , ., r"l 2 . , ' , fr.nn ,n,i- on nnnn... tne fail croos are being moved to Ohio Electric Intemrban railway op erating throughout Ohio and eastern Indiana came to a complete halt this morning when 0v trainmen went on t strike demanding an increase in j wages. The trainmen ask an increase in 1 wages of 10 cents an hour, overtime t pay for over 10 hours and recognition of miscellaneous men as members of the union. Company officials offered ' to increase wages of the trainmen 1 tnree cents an hour. The men cow re ceive 42 to 45 cents. incr from capital" and also opposes gcu ernment ownership of railroads. but approves regulation of them. Politicians llnle. MY Ferguson, m an address, declar ed there were three and a half million Republicans "dissatisfied with theii r,irty," as well as the number of Democrats of similar view in regard to the.r party, -because our govern ment is in the hands of politicians who are afraid to declare their con- icnons Former state senator T. N. Mc- Ore-gar, of Austin, speaking after the lorrr.er guverner. said those joining the American party" are "not leav ing the Democratic party, but are ta1 -g the ral Democrats with it. Otner meetings of the two factions Will be held on call of their respective exefuiKe committees at dates to be de -led uon 'ater market. Coal dealers here and else where mvite the most searching In vestigation In order to brit out the facts for the DUblic benefit." DAILY RECORD. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Panfilo Mendlola and Angela Ar-mendare William Hagelsieb and Ada B. Brad- ; ley. BACK FROM MARFA. Councslman Martin R. Sweeney re turned Friday from Presidio. ner Msrfa, where he went on a business trip. Mrs. M. O. Rani sland has been elected s member of the legislature In the prov iirp of Saskatchewan. Can. BRITISH ENGINEERS' AND FIREMEN'S STRIKE AVERTED London, Eng., Aug. 15. The threat ened strike of locomotive engineers and firemen, which would have disor ganized the railway system of the whole country, has been averted for the week end. The executive commit tee of the engineers and firemen to day received from SirAuckland Geddes. minister of reconstruction, a commu nication promising to convey to the men on Monday a new wage offer. Children Thrive On GrapesNuts The sturdy nourishment of this great wheat and barley food is bound to build strong" bodies and help develop keen brains Its a delicious food easily digested and should be on every table daify. Eatable to the last bit. t ft There's a Season for 1500 IDAHO MINERS GO OUT TO ENFORCE THEIR DEMANDS Wallace, Idaho. Aus. 15. A walkout of practically 100 percent of the miners of Burke, Mullan and Jfine Mile districts of the Coenr d'Alene section occurred this morning following vote by members of the International Union or Mine. Mill and Smelter Workers last Wednesday. Fifteen hundred men are out to enforce the demand for an eight hour day from portal to portal. COMMISSION HAS HEARING ON WESTERN UNION RATES Santa Fe, N. M, Aug. 15. The state corporation commission today I be'd a hearing on the application of .e niciu uuiun xeiegrapn com pany's application to reinstate the twenty percent increase, which was authorized by postmaster general Burleson, April 1. This Is to apply on Intra state busi ness on which the company is not now charging the increased rate. The In creased rate, however. Is being chargfd on interstate business. The decision of the commlsion is expected in a short time. Attorney general Ask ren represented the state at the hear ing. MINER. ENTOMBED BY CAVEIN AT BISBEE, ARIZ.. RESCUED Bisbee, Ariz, Aug. IS. After being 'The Store That Sells For Less.' JlcCair. Book of Fashions tor Fall 1010 ow Heady Price 25c Including free coupon, -ood for 10c to ward the purchase of ny McCall Pattern. r Try the Globe's Prompt Mall Order Service for careful selection; and mail service sat isfaction. PHONE K00 FOB ALL CEPTS. Saturday PHONE 5100 J COS. 0VXELA9D. NX BAN J&CCITO STS Mil 3iru Overalls for IIgjs and K overall for children can bow be had In all size. V J "Minerva Wonted yams IB over one hun. dred different shades a Ooe a Ban. PIrlbrr'" Germantown Zephyr Ir an (hades at 40e a Ball e batiste nightgowns sensationally anaerpricea a Tomorrow the first 75 women who enter the basement store will realize a tremendous saving on these fine batiste gowns pink, blue and tan lace trimmed wonderful values but only 75 garments in the lot come early. "Basement" low shoes A for chance women to secure stylish pumps at i conservative price; several styles in patent and dull kid leathers, wing tip and plain toe models French heels, long vamp; also short ramp styles finished with ribbon bow special at $4.95 Basement Shoe Store. women's fine quality mer cerized hose at 69c Semi-fashioned in white, black, African brown, taupe, natural, navy, etc. exceptionally good values Hosiery main floor. women's boot silk lace hose at $1.59 Drop stitch styles also in cluded: Black, African brown, grey, gold and pink Saturday only at this price. Hosiery main floor. silk camisoles special at 98c Dainty flesh colored camisoles with ribbon shoulder straps, trim med with 4 rows of filet lace. crepe de chine camisoles at $1.39 Tn flesh only ribbon shoulder straps, neatly trimmed with dain ty lace. Women's Underwear main floor. , moire ribbons Excellent quality suitable for sashes and hair ribbons, full range of colors, 5Vz inches wide. Special Saturdey nr at yard OOC a one day sale of suits and dresses tomorrow a rare opportunity to buy a handsome suit or dress at an unusual saving These garments are the season's most approved styles new arrivals, and purchased by our New York buying organization at a fraction of their actual worth but "the lots are small one, two and three of a kind samples, some of them so early selection is advisable. taffeta dresses at Many attractive dresses for misses and wom en, sizes to 38 developed of handsome plaid taffetas several different styles are featured that show dainty vestees of georgette aad raes saline .collars, remarkably underpriced at "Basemenl' 1 17 poplin dresses to size 38, Saturday n models are some of the most pop ular we have shown for street and general wear. These come in several shades of blue and brown, trimmed with wide embroidered belts that add much to their attractiveness. Special -come early "Basement women 's &misses fine silk dresses Fashioned of charming s3ks taf feta and georgette combinations, smart ly embroidered in many effective ways but in sizes to 38 only, consequent ly they are offered at an exceptional saving you'll be wise to come early and choose from this fine lot t SPECIAL SATURDAY women 's & misses silk poplin suits Women who want an inexpensive garment for street wear will find these suits of fme silk rxpKn particularly al luring They come in rose, green, copen, tan, navy, purple and black The coats are styled wkh Jaunty beks and pockets -Skirts-are plain with wide pleated' girdle SPECIAL SATURDAY $789 "Basement" "Batetnenl" millinery a sale tomor row feather hats The latest in millinery. Tomorrow we feature ckner ad vance styles in feather hats, charming models in Turbans and small shapes, fashioned entirely of soft feathers and velvet ex tremely smart and the "vogue" for immediate wear. Priced tomorrow at Pc7.JU Umiaery main floor. beaver sailors special at $9.50 Combined with velvet and fin ished with a band of grosgrain ribbon, in many shades very jmart MHlmery main floor. ostrich tips and fancies Assorted lengths in colon two-tone effects and black and white. at $1, $1.95 up to $7.50 burnt 'goose wreaths One of the newest fads that can he used to great advantage in trimming hats. Jiig variety of Saturday 'ssale of toilet preparations Cuticura Medicated in Soap Saturday at lwC ?L25 size Djer Kiss Qf- Face Powder at. . . IO C Dr. Lyon's Dental 1 Q Powder, Saturday JL J C Melba Skin on Cleanser, Saturday OOC Colgate's Dental i Q Cream, spec Sat. A 7 C Sem-Pray Vanishing O Q Cream, tomorrow OOC Palmole Face Powder, spe- tomorrow at "Wl. loiiet goods mam lloor-i men's light lisle hose, special 29c. First quality light lisle hose in Mack, navy, gray and white high spiked heel; worth consider ably more. men's goods main floor. men's athletic union suits, Saturday 79c. Splendid garments of excellent crossbar muslin, sleeveless, knee length, worth $1.00 regular men's goods main floor. men's white muslin handkerchfs, 3 for 25c Large size hemstitched handker chiefs of soft muslin, Saturday 3 for 25c men's good3--main floor. special: boys' new Fall school Suits Heavy and medium weight intumn fabrics, new patterns ts are in roabtBatioa waist seam and belted styles, k nicker trousers are full lined a neat, dressy suit, suitable for school or dress wear, and very special at... $7 boys' goods main floor. boys' $12.50 genuine Palm Beach Suits, $7.95. Fashioned of gemuae Paha Beach cloth m natural ami gray, waist seam styles mostly, ia sizes S to 14 years boys' goods main floor. boys' white soisette sport shirts at $1.25. Sizs 8 to 14 years, made with a combination collar that can be worn high or low as desired boys' goods main floor. children's cloth hats are special at $1.25. Of heavy cloth in new Fall mix tures, many different styles ex cellent cnockabont hats for the little fellows boys' goods main floor. at $1.75 to $2.75 3nUmery main floor. chiffon veils Qtaraung, filmy veils of fine Aiffoa. extra huge size, with fan borders, full range of color, Saturday .. $1.59 main floor. Armour's glycerine soap Genuine pure trans parent glycerine soap, lathers abund antly in the hardest water, Saturday 5 Bars for 25c Limit 5 bars Basement Officers All Ward TWO NOTED MURDER CASES TtlTI T Tlttf? T T r TITIP rill mi.L, iiuur. ur inio rALL t n n l l 1 Two noted murder case, are set I 10 OS rSyCnOlOglSIS for trial durlns the September session! And Solvs MuslCTU of the J4th district court. William B. y . 11 Sand, rhnnred with murder In rnn-1 Wanted, a psyCBOlOglst! nectlon with the death of Sergt. Owen I It isn't know what he is wanted for Bierne in a saloon September n. 191S. , or exactly who wants him except that will again face trial. Tbe case has I It is a charming: younc woman, been in the courts ot El Paso county I Tk vnnnn- u-nmsn miiari at rmv entombed for over five hours hv a Ior tnrce years ana has attracted widel hl.,,n,rl.r, kvm.v mn,,w cavein. in the Czar shaft of the Copper ' !"";LJV .f t-Y,w.!n B5Ie w." 1 asked almost everybody from the com- i wueen property nere. Joe the Copper """ffL" almost everybody from the" corn- Romano, a I mem5r f p1 .iTf tlmandlnB general down where she a rescuing I .n d.utv ? E1 p" at Lhe time of his ' ,d fR,". ,v-hnlozlt miner, was taken oat bv a rescuing I ?n ?.ul 1 P,ui wh m rxnmmA In hnnn nf the rucker slice where the cave-in oc-; 'he deceased sergeant Sands held a every gaiunt officer expressed deep party at midnight unscathed. Ro- i ??InV., k?1 "wt "iern ,oca,e i "I Just must find one.- she said. manos was tne only one-man car in ,J ... o j ? , . "and she looked so winsome that MISS PAULINE LATTA IS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN SECY. The First Presbyterian church an nounces the selection of Miss Pauline Latta as Its new secretary. Mlaa Latta is a graduate of Purdue university. or.e of the oldest and stronRest uni versities of the middle west She Is the daughter of Prof. W. C Latta. of that institution. At the present time, ah is president of tne Philathea class, j one ot the largest classes of young i women in me city, ana taugnt ny Mrs. H. T. Bowie. She is an active officer In tbe r. P. S. C E, and also! an .oiiiccr in ina r eaermtea societies of the churches of El Paso Miss Latta has had considerable experi ence in T. W. C. A. work and In war work. curred. He was due- out hv a nartv I commission as a Te :as ranger at the , reeret that he was unable to furnish ' of employes headed bv superintendent rin? killing. I her what she wanted. I William Toland. I. M. I Kooerson will again face trial cuoucciign witn mo ueam ot r ool Boykin at Sierra Blana the night ot January i. Kootrson at tne time NEW MEXICO PRISONER FREED BY ORfiFR OF mVFRNfit? of 1116 killing-, was foreman of a large DI urUstK ur UUVtKWUK ranch tn Mexico. The case has been Santa Fe. J". U, Aug. 15. A pardon I 'n the criminal courts of El Paso was Issued today by acting governor county four years and Is one of the Benjamin F. Pankey to R. L. Smith, most noted murder cases In the his- wno was sentenced irom rddy county i Lui i toe Bvumwes. In 1914 to serve 12 to IS years. The pardon was recommended by the pre siding Judge, the district attorney and the board of nenltentlarv eommlsjtlnn- I era. iiui nnoKEx wires Tiinowji ritoji waco.v. Louis Martinez's left arm was frac tured Friday afternoon when his ex press wagon was run Into from be hind by a speeding automobile on Texas street near Ochoa street The automobile did . not stop. Martinez was thrown to the pavement by the force of the collision. Martinez lives at 517 San Jacinto street I CATCHES IT0 DOCS. ! One hundred dogs were caught last week by Dan Dean, city dog catcher. Three dors were sold, 3S executes. J5 releemed, 30 released and ii re- tamed in the pound THE COURTS. SUITS FILED IN THE DISTHICT COURTS. C I. McKlnney, Clerk. Alice K. Seggerson vs. Roy B-. Seg gerson. divorce. G R. Glbbs vs. B. E. Globs, divorce. J. D. Sugg vs. F. A. Spenee et aL suit on notes. Louise Colburn vs. Edward Colburn. divorce. William Penn Coleman by next friend, Mrs. A. R. Stringfleld vs. J. W. Peck, damage Ex parte Mrs. Meda Williams, Jult to remove aisaDiiities. Finally the youns- woman came into the office of the district surgeon. Cot James S. Wilson, and inquired. The district surgeon said he believed there was a psychologist out at the base hopitaL But he did not know whether e could be borrowed or not as he, the psychologist was not under his. Col Wilson's authority. "Who was she?" Col. Wilson was asked after the young woman left. "A social service worker." said the colonel. SUPERINTENDENT ASKS ALL CHILDREN TO ENROLL SEPT. 2 Every student who expects to at tend the grammar or hlcrb rchoola of El Paso during the coming school year! should enroll on September 2 as It is absolutely necessary to know Just i what the enrolment will be In each class according to A. H. Hughey, sup-, erintendent of schools In case the pupil ts sick or out of the city a pa rent or guardian should telephone the school and make It known that the Delicious Delaware Punch Another Pure Fruit Drink I ! EUREKA "I Have found It" EI Paso' Finest Cleaners PHONE 786. Made from those rare Delaware grapes. As I IDC . t - i vj ivi- as h is jmoa. tomes m bottles and at all good fountains. Not a carbonated drink. C. C. Hardwlck vs. Daisv Hardwlck. bov or srirl was exnectinir to enfor th divorce. i school for the year. Vi'ma Sperry vs. J. G. Sperry. til-' vorce. Notice Dr J A. Pickett, residence : fie Buckley vs. J. J. Buckloy.iPh. 60, omitted from July directory.! t divorce. Adv. HERE THERE EVERYWHERE State Beverage Co. Tucson. Ariz. EI Paso. Tex. Made by the manufac- 1 turers of TRIANGLE Brand Br erages Sold by the c?-e and at all good fountains. FOR SERVICE (Horn's Transfer PHONE 707 L. J. OVERLOOK, BROKER. PHI ITF. LGVSEO WIItE Correspondents Locan A Bryan. Chieato, ew York. Paine. Webber & Lo. Do. tan. Dutath. 317 No. Oreson St. Ph. 431. ' St. Rests Hotel. "llisely ill "Jp-Il --'sacctss Buy War Savings Stamps.