El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 1, 1914 Page: 2 of 12
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EL PASO Mia
-. . ' .
Tri-State Talking Machine Co.
Cor. Texas and Stanton Sts.
(Diagonally Across From "Everybody's")
We have the largest and best fitted Talking Machine House in the South'
west. We carry a complete sotck of all
We are the only house in the Southwest that carries both the Victor and
Columbia lines. Over 8000 Victor and Columbia records for you to
Victor Victrolas and Columbia Grafonolas
Nationally advertised and Tecognized the world over as being the two
leading lines of Talking Machines. Sold on easy terms if desired.
We cordially invite you to visit our store at any time and enjoy hearing
your favorite musical selections sung and played by the world's greatest
musical talent. They can be heard only on Victor and Columbia records
Large sound-proof demonstrating rooms. Courteous and polite attention.
By far the largest and best variety of records and talking machines to be
found anywhere in the Southwest.
J. M. SPAIN Mgr.
lire renu within
Tillad couM arrest
tne irrrimrtu water
Whit action Ibc mmiwni will uki if
the rehervíala wen jkkm from the reátela
on the blah seaa -ft unieiniiinei hutk
officials said tonight no complaint of thai
tisrscler had bee5 Disced before them riu.
right or warch tor roniraband cargoes on
Ihc hlah Mil la arrortlrrl hv ill nrtlnm In
iiirn-M'iii sinos nut iH nrai io tarn
passenger from a neutral itilp on the Mrn
fMM nu mi oeea in dispute inn no irri -rlil
of ihc department was wllllnfr to ex
presa war uiMiiicm
Dr. then nentlst. lie-til mips Bug.
Mr. Hit II. Sham reoreaentlnv ' ralinul
Baking Powder Co. or Chlragn. hat perma-
nently located in F.I Paao bla residence
being III') Urande 81.
Dr. jina it un i s Rudder Bide;.
Ill Houin hints Fa I nun open ror Dull-
ness. If jou want a real genuine Duet
l unch then- Is the place to aro. Bvervthinc
new and clean. Frill li manager and yuu
all know what that mema.
Nr George Srlmenllh It .leaving tonlgt't
for Marra an itupcellon lour
lo be Iii' k Thursday.
Cripple reel Output.
;rlnno Creek Colo.. Awr. 31. The mil
put of the Cripple CreeK minlnr district for
.ingusi iniaiea ton wnn a gross
in nion imr 01 eii.i....i.
Chang la Mama.
A rhinn hat been mum- in the name or
ihe Longwcil Auto k Truck: Salei Company.
II la now the El Paso overland Auto Com
I. i. luhuwul uenerai amigar.
The following li Haso residents are it
ine van mii hotel oi.s Angeieg: Mea. J
W. Murray Mint Cooke Mra. H. I. Biro
mona Mr. If a r wood Hlmmoni and Mr. ti
A largo atoik or roofing paper or beat
quail ijr ai.su per roil ana up. Ltruier Luni
per Co. I'll. .no Í8Í.
illllng the organization .1 Kngltth prize
courts and siinili Tyinic Hi machinery for
their operations sir Cecil sprint nice
ambassador called at the Mate ileparinicnl
today In this connection u is undent I.
The government a nous in have. IIM
courts begin sittings Hist neutral emu
iiierce which muy be pari of the cirini of
prims may ho restored promptly lo III
legal owners met tlio American government
shares In the lirll)ali desire Tor sluipllrlly
iVrKUMTHIMI. HK.I CHOSa
wii.i. iikcum: mii.om.
li tin 1 Mucin led 'rem
Newport. K. I . Aug. II. Al a result nr the
fete held i.i i rrliliy at the home or Mrs.
Didn't hurt a Bit'
Office Houra 8; 30 till 7.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING
Far a flrat clama dentlat: cne
that uaea the beat material doei
hlM work pntnloss then look no
farther but come to the Hi:-
LIABLE NEW VORK PAIN-
JlS.S DENTISTS. There you will
get the beat of everything-.
Careful treatment honest ad-
vice aa to your case open and
trunk business methoda and
leave footing glad you came.
It you have an II.L-FITTINC
PLATE or BRIDGK or CROWN
come and wo will tell you why U
dnei not fit and iimka It fit 1C
mu li n I In iik la possible.
Our references. Ask any on
yuu l.aily attendant.
Sunday 9:30 till 1 p. m.
NEW YORK PAINLESS DENTISTS
ALL WO UK G I Alt AMI 1 II.
Bllberbers'a Jewelry atore Is under us.
WHERE TO DINE
cjatak aWeiaa Laaeai Oaaiatea
aaU fid mi -nakai
tmm oi . pasa
Hew TBur Natioims afo
kambra Theater on South Kl Faso Street Is now opeo.
The cleanest coolest place In town.
Club House Cafe
Fawn i'y and Bob Liana. Fiona.
ÜBtíi SI agBi.
W Grocery Co.
p. 505-506 204-206 E. Overland St.
Hra Bpeolal Coffee lb V S5o
Htlbs Mixed Tea 91 oo
Br Beat Creamery Butter Sfto
Hr Durham Egg. uaravntead . ....36 Bulk Olives per quaut 45o
Dr. Pagel. Penllat Rob. Ban. Bid
Two Held oa Buralary Chame.
Juan TruJIIlo and Jose Cervaniea were
arresiea yeaiernay uy me lonataoie'i or
fire on rhararen of burnlary and lodged
In the county jail. TruJIIlo la accueed or
having broken Into the home or Pauline
smith. 303 I -I Broadway atreet Sunday
night. Cervantes l charged with having
attempted to burglarize tb home or Ramon
homlrez on the same ntght. In neither cite
did the bnrrlar secure anything or falue
The prisoners will be given a hearing to-
day before Justice or the I'eac E. B. Mr
Tou ca lot
Charged With Gunplay.
BIse Vasquei and FelH Benavldei were
arrnated yealerday on tlio charge of as-
sault with prohibited weaponi- The two
men are accused or having rired gun Bun-
day afternoon on the county road down
the valley. They will be' tried Wednesday
morning before Justice or the Peace James
1. Murphy. Both men gave 3250 bond for
tl.elr appearance In court.
Dr. jnmleion diseases or kidney. Mad-
der skin and rectum. 611 Milla Bldg.
Army Sc Navy Goods Si
ZZZZ408 Sam Antonio ocrecx.
'.Milling the wall paper man now located
at 411 Trust Bldg. Phone 1917.
rhone t7. Wllson-Mlllicsn lbs
lenmrs. while work a specialty.
Merblll MMOO win i. remind at once
t" t ie Inlernatlnnal lied i;ro usoclallon
vín'n""" ni'.nf thosesu"
I' ring in burope e4 n remit tf the nmuni
war it a aiinouncd loniVht e pri"'"
AnrtivK in iiiimi
II Iht Attotialtil Prut
I'arlj Vug. 31. - Three convoys of nrl
in one iverf r..m ( i..w 5ii
S2 ííiu.'" Aur""; "" "
o o pajina Aiaaoe-Lorralne. who u wj
convoy here r;....'" "V
and a aroman prisoners
LUUIMi TO UniTBO HI ATUS.
"II Itc aWOCJOtld I'rr.m
iMIIitnil Senl a1.M .
ln l oimiiUM.in whi.'-'i. i."
I'nite.t wi.... . ".'" ".way io
nl TV"" ' Í IIM "r ""tie Z'
Hartan minimer ." !"r"WT
punie.i tlie rommliainn ..
ii.rPl-.'he r'"-elgn secretary. rcV.
i icr Hdlrn r.rri.ii .... zr.
anc'.sb "'U r''r1ln' "M Uolglan griey.
nimn arc .-n u.i.....v . "v "or-
rranty ""' roulrnlMlun " "'"oily in:
Chi' i Kill Ml I vi n .......... s
Washington It Inn a few days.
IVIH'VIIEII mi mi. t. .... ...
Hit tr .1 (tec la led Jrras
Paris. Sen I -fii'iii - i
patch rroen llurriu says thai the arrival of
f ei."e'"s."r " "tmded soldiers and
lvle ulTlceri today gave rise lo a sen-
!".ia.i!-"t"r''""uf.or rmP1y on the nan
of the foreign eu any. In wlilel. n. Si.
1111 1 and Hpanish took t cwnsplcuous part
They Iimiu-iI soldiers with fluw.-i .
i" CkY'!"'" iCl"Í! n'1 ollr Preaanu of
disposal ami rcfrealimenis were served In
vari U'lih n JSf ' ""1Prr iwsnatgi
arratigeil. The soldiers displayed'
eniotiiui at ihetr reception."
VN.li I III II i I IIM M IIHI'1 AM
SVILK mi li rKEN'CH CAPITAL.
Hi' Iht J.teolsled Pt tt
Paris. AllS. 31. Another Herman
plane flew over Parla this arirrn.mn k.
'i nu iianiage.
i lie ienis aays on the subject of aero
plane ritds over Paris:
"Parla will know bow lo reply by silent
siolrini and ralm resolution lo the effort
al intimidation by whlrh the Uermans are
oiiriii.iing io aur ine capital mat tliey
know is Impressionable bul of whose tin-
rullng irriiurres or patience and wlU they
do not know."
H la believed that while the French are
Brogreíslog on the right of Lorraine the
nermann are gaining around on the left.
wnn me reaiui inai inere naa nen
urge iron of rumors and BMBMauved
ekmliis rrtÑi the raplial particularly lo I he
Tne lii nriay alstton wai beielgeit all
night by d large bul orderely crowd. The
sale of ttrketi was suspended tl an early
hour at ill the tpaae In He- ir.u for to-
niorrow was taken. Ilunxtradu or persons
remullen ii ine station nowever in older
io in- in line for the following day.
As a precaution aralnst Ihe Oeniiau ram
tng aeropluiei all toe elertrlr llghlt whlrh
have made the boulevards brilliant liave
urltlst Were VlusJa RlgMs.
kr i... . mi. Jtra
NAaaliiugiou Aug at.- stale department
nrrit'iai iiiu not resar.l ai unusual the re
Kirted reniosal of Oeruiau and Auatrlau re
urvlsli from American ships off Hong
ion-. ieoineii me uiririi ni oi I'urrea witnm
the three mile limit of the Hrlllob port
t'oder the aiTuiieDMala at Hoog Koor the
Hill the optician or Precision. 431 Meat.
President of Salvador Rrtlres.
flu the Aimoclati tl Prats
Washington Aug. 31 President Carlos
Melenclei of Sulviitnr lila turned over the
government to Vire President Alfred Ctuln-
onet Moleña according to reporta today to
the atate department President Melendez
Intends to offer himself as a candidate at
tlio elections March I.
Electric motora sold and repaired. South
western Electric a Machine Co. 304 San
Francisco street. Phone 1315.
Need OlaaaeaT Ask Sogall log Tejas 81.
Imported heer on draught at the Gent.
TOUCHED IRISH QUESTION
'rentier Asemllli Rllr i'p Ihe iippo-lllon In
Bit e Aaaortu'rd J'r.sa
London. Aug. 31. -Per a moment this
afternoon the house of commons lurnlng
from Its country s uanner. reverted to the
Id eonli-oversy over Ireland. Preml
qiilih had announced t hat on reissriutillnt
I II l ie lillne rule 1lli e IS I (1 ICS all nil
iie-iii bills and John licit uioiul leader of tbe
llsll Nil Inns! 1st a 111 Die llnuKe of coillluoll.t.
lureased hone thai if the government's
proposals ma not rneei xvnn ine approval
of Ihe whole house the guvornment would
mt change Its Inlenilott in regard to home
Further Premier . .1 lialfour immediately
arouse a lorrrni or aniiro'. tins pronoune
tnti'oilticeil home rule Us course woulc
arose a torrent of abuse This pronounce
mem brought an angry roar from the niln
t'lrrlallsta during vhlih Mr. Bairour stood
unmoved. Ween quiet restored he aald
thai lo Introduce the hill while many mem-
bers were serving at the front could only
arouse s niosi neaiea eriniroversy.
Again the inlnlste nitidis roareo "ihamf V
which cry was met with angry counter
cheers from the opposition. There was an-
other angry shout from the Nationalists and
ministerialists when the house proceeded
sun uiner uilsincss.
Bathe Your Blood
Along With Skin
Unsightly Skin Troubles
Will Soon Disappear
Along with a tub bath tun 8. 8. . 8.
for the blood. It luLtaea your blood
washes out Impurities geta deposita oat
0 Joints and muacles converts Impuri
ties into a substance easily expelled.
Tbe akin responds qulcnjy. All sore apota
dry. a nrm. dry .le or acab forma
new akin grows beneath tbe scale falla
olf and you are rid of rearma psoriasis.
acne tetter bol's. crtrbunolca. pimples
or any other skin .-friction n. 8
has a wonderful action In tlu network
of fins blood vessels In the skin and If
you would understand this better write
to The Swift SpontUr Co.. 113 Swift Bids'.
(or a valuable book "What the SJlrror
It will tell you haw the akin Is but a
flne network of bloM vessels and why
S. 8. S has such a w tmderf ul Influence.
net a bottle of 8. 8 .8- today of any
druggist but do not ba talked Into a
substitute. Beware oft them. Around
each bottle la an Illustrated circular aug-
gassing bow you may obtain valuable
mod leal adrice absolutely (rest Get a
Dotua 01 a. a. a. today.
600 SHOT AIR RIFLE. $1 .t
Hall Orders Accepted Write for Catalog
CAL HIRSCH aSc SON
FERGUSON IS NOT
ANXIOUS TO TALK
RELIEVES I.EGISLATIRE CAN SPEISD
mil TO BETTER VP W
Senator Dalley Accepts Invitation and Will
ucuvrr Address to Lawmakers at
Austin Wednesday Uveulnti.
IMTED HTATES WEATIIEH BlTtEtl DAILY BULLETIN'.
(rimes Sfaf CorrrspojirtcRt).
ustln Tex.. Aug. 31. That rormer Stna-
1. w. isaJiey sun ijijveinor.eieci jauiea
it'll muí dirrer In their ideas as to
the value or their speeches and as to how
the members of Ihe legislatura may best
spend their time during the present eg-
iraodlnary session was indicated today by
ilin character of ihe replies to invltsiluns'
sneak liefoic the house addressed to
these two distinguished Texans.
Senator Bailey's reply was tm unquill-
fled acceptance of the invitation. Mr. Bail
ey had been Inviiert to address lheliou-ie
at any lime tic found most convenient and
lie announced mat wcuiicsnay evening
would be a convenient dale.
Oovertior clect Ferguson declined ibo In-
vitation. The next aovernor of Texas ven
tured tbe opinion that the Icgislslure had
been called together to meet a great emer
gency by the passage of a warehouse bll
whlrh would save the larmcrs of Ihe stale
from possible disaster. He did not
lleve It advisable to mix politics with the
rOSSlderatlOO of surli a vital measure. Mr.
Ferguson expressed the bejler that the
house at this critical lime might spend
its time to much better advantage than lit
listening to anything he could have lo sey.
The rerustl of Governor Ferguson raine
as a sharp disaiHilnimenl to many who
hoped thai Mr. Ferguson would accept the
Invltailon nnd appear st the same time
as Senator Hatley. when oratorical pyro-
technics wuttld be certain. The Invitation
wss extended by a vote of 78 to 17. Thit II
should be su promptly and emphatically
rejected was the occasion or mure than a
mild shock lo many of those who hail wit. i
tor Ihe resolution.
The house during its brief session this
morning adopted a resolution providing ror
ihe payment of nil mileage and per diem
warrants outstanding and also for the iay-
moni or the bills ror printing the huus-i
Journal outstanding since the last session.
Failure of the printers lo have copies ol
the cmerganry warehouse measure as re-
ported by the committee on the desks of
tne ineiiiMTS' at the morning aeaalon caused
consideration of the bill to go over until
Ia the senate tbe Wiley measure was tbe
subject of sharp and prolonged debate.
Nothing di mute was accomplished.
HELIGOLAND NAVAL FIGHT
Hrpulrd Kjr witness Tells of the Ballla
Between British and Uernaao Vessels
In the .North Sea.
I et rot I
Little' Hock .".
( imaha :
Ilapld Vlly 3. D
Salt Lake City .
at 8 p 111 ; .111 Mrrldlun Tine Ang. 31. 1911.
Temperature v ind -Kllon
Lowest VcloilfXsl 31
Highest Inst state or PI- pcifgavurs.
p.m. today night weather. rectlon. nouBhes.
S3 88 74' Clear S fiH.OO
86 i 1 char W l.'SK-OO
83 88 70 (louily W 'Mat 00
80 8V :l flear NW l.'.mOO
73 go t clear sK SOO
76 8J 70 clear S IS IN
74 SI M I't.cidy. !NW I-.' Sin
76 Si1 ''' Cloudy . S 4 BOO
63 60 58 Pt. Cldy. ÍE s .04
84 8il 61 Clear W 1-' BOO
84 8S Si clear S 11 atVlO-
64 64 44 clear W I WmW
Si 94 7i clear SF. JaaW1
66 T'J 60 Clear " mfm "
80 8Í 66 Clear SK ' M
73 93 76 Clear 8E 1 10
74 & 60 clear W I '
70 (14 73 Italn SVV IB .14
4 08 711 i:iear iN W
63 68 63 Clomly ' 00
M)-1 110 ol Clear SW 'xi
84 vo clear S I 00
76 80 i Cloudy NW iM M
90 04 7ii Clear S 1' 00
58 fl'i Clear W II I .00
70 74 M Pt. Cldy. NW I 1 .00
68 68 Ml Clear NW 1 I .00
74 86 6 Clear t 1 .00
88 94 : Clear S 211 1 .00
96 ' 98 1 Clear S tu i .00
By f Ae Auociatí t 'rr
Berlin. Aug. 31 (via Copenhagen and London).-
An eye witness of the losa of thu
Herman cruiser Ariadne and the Uernian
lorpedo boat destroyer V-167 In the right-
ing between British and Herman warships
oft Heligoland Friday relates the rollow.
ing -toi-y or tbe rurht:
"Tbe destroyer was surprised In a rog by
a large number of British deslroyrra and
submarines. When tbe ipeed of the .tier-
man destroyer became affected by Ihe En-
glish shells It turned and confronted the
enemy wiih tlie Intention or righting to the
end. Her engines however soon rumplriely
failed her and she was blown up lo prrve.it
capture. Her crew continued rirlng until
Ihc boat llltaiBIIHIail beneath the water."
The narrator acknowledges the efforts of
tne tsrttisn seamen 10 save the (iernian
sailors saying lhal desollé the danger in
volved tbey launched their boats ror this
"While this was In progress" he con-
tinued. "German ships approached ibe Brll-
leh forces and their boats and tbe ticuuin
-hips nicked ui) survivors.
"TIM cruiser Ariadne arrived and followed
ine eBemy. wbicti retired westward and
found another Herman ship fighting two
British battle rrulsera or the Lion rlasa.
nirn were greaiiy superior 10 ine Heinian.
"The Ariadne ailaeked gamely but a shell
struck her boilers nuttimr hair of ih.-m
loui 01 remnussion. uesiute nu- tne fight
cuntlnued. The quarterttrck of the Ariadne
took fire but those or her guns which were
capable or being worked continued to fire
The enemy turned vies: want.
"Tbe sinking of the ship probably was
uur 10 ine evoioMosi 01 iter ntayaziu ?.
ly "The enemy vanished and two iemun
snips nine up anil rescued the survltors.
among wbom were a great number of
"Three officers and some aeveuty men
The Great Forcei
At Jenkins Piano Co. Now In Progress1
Pianos Moving On Double Quick
SALES INCREASING EACH DAY
New piithba at tliO.oo and up. This Is not a aale 0 old pianos.
a chance to buy a brand new piano at a less price than second hi
Inferior make pianos aell au
We hu-a shipped at least fifty high grade new pianos from
branch stores in Artsona to Kl Haso and we are forced to sell ei
one of the m at whatever price they will bring;. Piano buyers can 1
from 112: OS to f260.O0 and more and secure good standard pri
retailing from 1150.01) and up.
We must close out every piano we are shipping In from our
atores within the next fifteen days. Our selection to choose Irom
not be b' iter. Why not come in today and make your aelection befot
the one van wnnt 1 sold to another. Your credit is good at our etorl
To any one with the caah looking for a high grade piano at a anaX
we have the very piano you are looking for and at a less price thall
you ever expected to buy even a second hand piano.
Parties living out of the city ir left with us will receive the snmf
fairtresiment as If they were here to make their own selection. Catalog
and prices sent on' application or we will pay your railroad fare one wslr
If you buy from us while In the city.
Our automobiles will call for you on your request- It la a resjl
pleaaure to show our fine line of pianos and player-planoa
Store open until s 3o every evenlnjg while our aale la on.
Churches and school housea had better take advantage of our forced
sale and secure a fine piano for less than half tbe price the same quality
of pian us are sold at any other store In El Paao.
Remember the place.
Jenkins Piano Co.
THE big imano not si:
Phone 111-21S Tesas St. El Paao TeiajV
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