El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 1, 1914 Page: 3 of 12
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Tuesday. Sept. 1. 11'
EL PASO MORNING TIMES
Pen Pictarei Are Inadequate to Describe the Distin-
tison Diamond Disc
nautical novelty; it is a musical in-
that appeals to a refined and keenly
the craving for the better clan of
nd provides a means of hearing the
before as students of music they
i to play it.
hire individuals bat schools church e
I well as other organizations are be -
i toroughly awakened to the pouibili-
i instrument so marvelously adapted
i culture refinement and musical en-
: every home.
raph has done more to make
i art of every erne's life than all the
symphony orchestras and mu-
taisations in the world.
Diamond Disc Phonograph has
day. Nine to six o'clock.
El mo Phonograph Co.
-TWO TEXAS STREET
SXHAKBRA "RAG TIME 1O0HT."
Special popular music will be played to
nle-ht by tlie Alhamnra orchestra. A.
screaming- comedy entitled "Buniltnr
Bunk's Bunco." will ho the movie attrac-
tion. The children particularly will en
Joy or it. It was made by lbs famous Pathe
WKll.tESPAY AND THUHSDAT .
'The Last Volunteer." a Dictare showlnir
I vividly the horrors or war. The plot Is
built around an iniaalnary situation In
Europe that bring about war between two
great powers. An aeroplane dropping
I bombs la one or the many realistic scenes.
I Through It all runs s beautiful love story.
"The '.ast volunteer will give you s gooa
Idea .if til present European struggle
without arousing racial prejudice.
Tlie nail (umedv Four will reappear
Wednesday night with an entirely new act.
This quartet made such a "hit" that the
management ro-ena-atrea them at the re-
quest or many patrons.
Bread 3c a Loaf
Pies 3c Each
1 lbs. AN
10 lbs. n r
Sweet Potatoes A DC
4 cans of
4 pkga. or
Corn Flakes DC
. MEAT BARGAINS
s lbs. eg
Stew Meat Z.DC
Rib Roast 1 m V
per lb.. I IÍC
Round Steak OA'
per lb UC
I.oln Steak SA
per lb 4UC
"The Clean Grocery"
600 San Antonio Street
Phones 0100 01B1
On account of the low prices we are
selling at no orders less than SI will
Return From Visits to Liege
of Ihe Hnrrlhie spectacle
Best autos careful drivers. mono Jlu.
There are irione who believe the War
Lord thinks tm I s another Napoleon but
has he .paused in consider what an Euro
pean coalition old lo the mighty Corsican?
is:. 31. A dispatch to the Beuter
mmny rrom Ostend says thai
I rrjy has Just returned from a
v. tdp.v aescruM ids nnuue-
i.r py the war as appalling.
the road to Viae" said one
"ihere was nothlnir to be
Hilt blackened by smoke the
twra en factories inounas 01
I lie .sepulchres or the
sames vise what a palnrul
m Knew tlie proua city
iVlUeon gaiety and now noth-
taa or ruins while many or the
II over the place ineir
with linnets i wis loin
i natives were put to work
for the invaders rrom vise
tf lo Argenteau we met
' iMe bodied men marching-
rorrttnand by a non-conunis-
ill carrying Implfinenls ror
W balldlni. These men have
- ii'v rilled wiin ine nusy
in factories coai mines
we found plunged Into
r-mered Mere. The inhajbl-
III ihMsholda or ihelr honres
l bul afraid to speak. The
niMle i.r I Ik- town were
slnny lwni.es nail peen
dBOM and Windows were
Iber n intents had been re
soldiers were to tie
i.Tnlvnrslte. the mi
yual Pes Pechrnrs
BUTTE MINERS THREATEN
Will Lay the Town la Ashes If F.lther
State or Federal Troops Attempt
to Enter Bulle.
GOOD BILL AT WIGWAM.
Essanay's weekly adaptation of a popu
lar Munsev storv la the regular Tuesday
I feature at tlie wigwam. This week Rich-
ard Travers will be seen In "A Oenlleinan
or Leisure." or which the Moving Picture
World says: "The plot contains enough
complications ror ten reels. It Is somewhat
melodramatic In nature and contains a reg
mar villain who has everyiiunr nis his
own way until mo rinaie wnen ne comes to
grier. There la rood mob scene and
thrilling Incidents an attempted kidnapping
srene. eir. l.verytuing la explained satis
rartm-lly and all la happiness In the nnd.-
Tins It two reels long and there Is a fine
one reel senr "nan's victory."
i omorrow i no exceptionally gooa max
terplece service selection "The Master
Mind" featuring Edmund Breeso In
very latest stage success. E. E. Camp
bell of the Wigwam personally selected this
iilclure after having seen It at a private
exhibition in Dalias lie vouches ror Its
1 being one of the best offerings that the
Wigwam has ever been able to secure. The
Iprlrea will be to cents ror children and su
cents tor sunns.
BROADWAY STAR FEATURE.
Today the Bijou presents "Mr. Blngle s
Melodrama" a Broadway star realure in
three merry rolla. This play Is direct rrom
new i ors. wnere n made a great nil at tne
Vttagrapti theater and where tbey show
nothing but Uroadway Star features the
choice or the great Vllagraph company's
proituctions. Mr. uingie s Melodrama is
classy comedy and you will enjoy
rrom beginning to end. At this picture can
be in-1. 1 here but one day the bijou man
agemem urges ail wno can to auena mo
niaiinee. as me (.eating capacity win be
taxed to us limn at tno nig in snows.
ALL STAR PROGRAM AT t MI.il t:
Today Mary Plckford King Baggot and
.J Warren Kerrigan all on Ihe same pro-
gram. You don t get many opportunities
like this to see such stars on the same
program and especially when Jack Kerri-
gan Is In one or those western dramas
which made him ruinous.
Friday The Hero and Heroine of Luclle
Love Francis Ford and Urace Cunard In
a three reel thriller next Sunday and
Monday aeries No. 3 or the best serial ever
made "Tno Trey 0' Hearts."
3 1 1 iaijiJaasMmBairema
Efó 1 Tiljfct!HO.-0WtX
For Infafc. tIlr; Children.
The Kiiiou Have
Bears ta I
gu the AociateA Presa
Butte. Mont. Aug. 31. Miners openly
threatened tonight to lay Ihe town In ashes
ir either state or federal troops attempted
to enter Butle. Une or he leaders of the
miners declared that they do not punióse
to right the soldiers hut thst tbey would
wreak vengeance upon the Dullness men
Tor having een Instrumental In bringing
soldiers to Butte.
"We have quantities or dynamite and
on" sain one leader "ana me troops win
Up lo today the majority ot the miners
did nut credit the reports that the- mllltla
wis being mobilized as the local" news-
papers withhold the news on request or
Dullness men wno reared its punncatinii
would excite the minera. A Helena news
Daper editor however brought an auto
mobile load or newspapers to Butte for
sale today and newsboys soon began cry
Ing the news or the mobilization or the
Calls immediately went rorlli rrom Presl
dent "Muckle" McDonald and the other
leaders ror a meeting of union miners
which was held In aecret to discuss the
coming of the soldiers. Later a commltiee
or miners were sent hurriedly to tlie rail
roid depots to determine whether Ihe
troops had arrived.
The miners called a meeting ror tonight
The electric light plant and all the larger
stores are guarded by many armen men
as are the mines. On tlie attic rloor or
ihe court house there are 50 guards armed
County Attorney J. J. WcCarrery Issued
a warrant ror the arrest or the Helena edi-
tor un a charge or Inciting a disturbance
but the editor was said to have lert Ihe
city earlv. The officers could not find
him. Ail ammunition in hardware stores
has been removed and rlrlng pins taken
from tlie riries.
Miners are planning a march tomorrow
by a committee or Put y to the original
mine or Ihe Anaconda rompany to line up
the miner there and nntiry them that
Ibey musl Join tin- Insurgen i union null
work or bo deponed. I'niHi learning; thai
the mine approaches an- at --l by men
armed with ririei. a committer- or rive
rrom the Mine Workers' union ihe Inmir-
irent orranlzitlon called on Sheriff lirls
coll and- County Attorney J. J. McCarrery
this afternoon and requested protoctlon
when the cuininlttee visits the mine.
"We i ask thlsi protection to prevent
bloodshed" said tin- spokesman.
The request was refused both by the
sherirr and the county attorney. McCar-
"You Intend lo enter private property
wiih the Intention of deporting men. You
talk about armed men. I have the names
of more than 100 Mine Workers who have
guns In. their possession. Vou might tell
Ihe union that I Intend to prosecute every
one of them."
One or the commltiee who admitted lo the
county attorney that he "went par way
with a deporting committee" was arrest-
ed immediately by the sherirr upon Mc-
narrerv's orders but later upon the min-
ers' plea that he was not a "deponer"
the orricers permitted him to go.
Mayor l.nuls i. Duncan also refused pro-
tection lo the miners' committee upon their
mission to Ihe mine.
It was denied tonight by the orrirer
tnat warrant! for the arrest ot "Muckle"
MarDonald president or Ihe Mine Work-
en' union; Joseph chapman. Joaepti Brad-
Ipv and another nrflcer of the. union had
been withdrawn. Apparently the orriners
are awaiting the arrival or troops before
any attempt 10 serve tne warrants is made
The warrants charge kidnaping In cornier
tlun with the deportation or Edward
O'Brien a mlner Tbey were Issued Sat
SEARCH AMERICAN SHIPS
Hiitlli Authorities Force V. 8. Liners lo
surrender (irruían and Austrian
Murphy's eomedlans at the Crawford
opened their twenty -ono weeks' engage
ment last night to a packed and Incl
dentally the best pleased bouse El Paso
ban seen In many moons.
Their whirlwind orchestra made be
llevers or the big audience before they had
played a minute and the way the actors
"put over" their lutes was Indeed a pleas-
ure to listen to. i Tbe verdict of the entire
audience was "It couldn't be better."
MYSTERY AM) KEYSTONE KOMEDY.
Episode No. 10 of the "Million Dollar
If itery will be shown again today at the
Grecian for the last time. Be sure and
come early. Last evening hundreds wore
"Fatty" Arbuckle will also be seen at
the Urecian today. A great Keystone
Komedy. ''Fatty's Oirt." Don't miss it.
Coming soon! "Bpsrtacus." The most
wondcrous achievement yet In photodrama.
Watch for the dates.
COLLEGE OF CARDINALS
Closed la the Conclave Hall tbe Doors ef
Which Will Not Opea Until
Pepe la Cbosen
Bu l A ocióle aVrjaaa
Rome. Aug. 31. At 7:30 p. m.. this even-
ing Cardinal Delia Voipe the papal cham-
berlain closed the Inside door or the con-
clave hall in which the college of cardinals
Is gathered to eleel a successor to the late
Pope Plus uutslde stood the governor
and th.e marshal of the conclava
Not until a new pope has been chosen
by ballot will the doors be opened or any
Intimation of the procedure Inside be
known. All the telephone wires leading
Into the edirice have been cut with tbe
Tomorrow morning at II o'clock great
crowds with gather In the iquare outside
Ht. Peten and every eye will be rocused
upon Ihe chimney of the Slstlne chapel ir
smoke should arise from It It will Indicate
that no pope has been elected. The smoke
will be from the burning ballots with which
has heen miied a little straw.
Bravuld a pontirr he elected workmen will
iiiiiin'illaiely break In the doors and tbo
'annuals will repair to tne balcony or .o.
Peter's and proclaim him. Shortly arter-
w anls the pope himself tr custom is fol
lowed will appear in the gallery ol Bt.
Peter's and beitow the papal blessing.
A majority or uie carainaia berore -siy
enlered Ihe i-onrlave hall sought to learn
me laiesi news rrom ihe war zones. Sev
eral or Ihem have close relatlres In the
Cardinal Pirn archbishop or Vienna has
rive members or his ramily at tbe rront
with the Austrian. Cardinal Billot already
lias ueen inrormeo tnat one ot ma nepitews
nan been killed and another dangerously
wounded In Ihe French Unes cardinal Von
Hartmann ari hblslaap of i.ologui. has lw
relatives who are -officers In Ihe Uerman
Tne condition or Cardinal Mecler la nlti
ful. He la archbishop or Mallnes Belgium
ana arrived in Home wiinoui a cent in his
I 'm nets tie says however that lmme
dlately tlie ronrlave Is ended he will return
to Mallnes even ttiougn ne has to go rront
Thli war has also checked tbe talk o
flying aeroia ilia Atlantic a consolation
NO JAPANESE SOLDIERS
Will Help Allien la Europe But Forces Will
Be M uí uto nona ii necessary.
flu Ihe 1 uncía trd Prctt
Honolulu. H. I. Aug. 31. Tbe American
liners Manchuria and China of tbe Fa-
tal fleet were nailed by British warships
Mong kong and lorceu to surrciiilei
Thousands ol men and women ruder from
heartache every day other thousands bar
headache everr week or even month ami un
otter have headache occasionally out not at
regular Interval. Tte toss Doctor UoBkntavbl
toted ate cause ol many oj these headachM.
and In most otter cases knowta- the came ha
does not know what will remove It. ao a to rlvt
apermantntcure. All he cn do Is lo prescribe
me usual pais reuevora. wnicn give temporary
relie! but tbe headache return as asnal and
treatment la araio neotarv. 11 vou suffer (mm
headache no ssatter what their uatur. take
ABu-aaauua Taoana ana we r mi w ui oe satls-
I actor? Id the highest degree. Yon can oblata
Igiaw in sor quantity. 100 worth.
uena at all drag
lu the British authorities fio Uerinxn and 1 worth or mora. Aak for a-K Tablets.
Austrian rerviis hound for tne turopean
v.ir from thu Philippines where tbey had
beeii living. This was the news brought
lv ciptain Thompson and Purser Lauder
o? tbe China which arlved here today
b. und for san Francisco.
un arriving al Hang Kong Hi.- verl-
wcre baited by ships or the British Ural
ihe passengers were sunttnoned for in
-;' ii'.n and required to give Ihelr nation
alltlei at the call of the purser's roll.
Two Oerman aboard tbe China ilalpmi
swlts dllxensblp and ware nut held.
Btrh hraiaska th snnrt anlannhli ol all tk.
nasa as. jona las terror woes it Tablet ara
usen wneq you teei an asnea: coming on
take two latíala asad In mans c. an iiuoi
ill be warded ot. During an attack late ose
A-K Tablet every two hour. Tbe reel and com-
fort which lofiow san be obtained m no ottet
Cwta. A K T.iUt. tesw te K
raw. At mtt fresaste
guishlni - eatures of These New Butte
The 'Popular" Invites
You To See Them
Every day in every department the new things for fall are
making their appearance. Such variety such beauty such nov-
elty seem to be beyond one's ability to express. It it ao much
more satisfactory for one to see these clever garments and
"Popular" salespeople are anxious to show them not that they
expect to make a sale particularly but just for the sheer love one
feels in showing something new and beautiful. Whether you pur-
chase or not you are just as welcome to look.
BesOTiMirug & Suit if AWcaim Brown
(Qabaurdiine-MedñinigiBte HoM &Es!
A "Popular Special" at P&qJ
The long coat flaring at the bottom has a panel back in military
effect semi-fitting set-in sleeves wide revers buttoned with two
large covered buttons square cutaway. Collar and cuffs rather
wide of rich silk velvet to match. Skirt is plain gore model with
wide box pleat and two single pleats in the back. This charming
model is representative many others are shown ranging in price
from $15.00 Up
The Mew Fall Dresses Are Chariiañingly Clever
The combining of Satin Dúchense with Wool Serge Wool Gabardines and other
woolen fabrics permits of a wide diversity in the designing of these pretty models.
The "Basque" design direct or modified shares equally with the long coated
"Redingote" design in many variations. For misses and small women the addition
of new color tones in plaid effects aire. introduced creating an ensemble of smart
dressiness thnt is quite distinctive.
These Handsomely Finished Dresses are offered
in a magnificent gathering. Prices rsuurmg from sDavrsVlr to
$10.00 .. $39.50
All Thli Week
Let Us Show You the New Model el
"American Lady" Corsets
"American Lady" Corsets for the season are absolutely
correct reflecting every ' requisite of modish fashion.
Their style is designed to meet and to facilitate the easy
moulding of the figure to conform to the present pre-
vailing fashions. Your Model designed for your par-
ticular figure awaits you here. It will give you the cor-
rect foundation for the new suit or frock.
Prlcea Are Very Moderate &fl Upward
The Quality Better at . . . P 1 to ... . "PO
Our Experienced Corsetieres will be pleased to serve you
and explain the merits of "American Lady" Cossets
Bring the Boys
Seta the Window
r Yais t agw fmaaixa-s
By Ihe Antoolnted Prr.ti
ÍW tors. SU. ji.-jbiiiui inoi nniu
troops to Europa to aí.tlsi tno ain.'s in m
ria-nnnk mere. aiuioiiKii iium nmj
to lielp ilium in Ule far cast MCOralnf i"
tne Japanese r-unsiii K'-m-rai m-re laaisui
Tills slaic-in.-iii was mane in rapijr in
questions as t whether Japan would semi
soldiers to t.tiri w am mc buiks ir ur-
panlu: an expedition to help keep Turkey
ii tne i-v.-ni or luraey ki:iiuik
Ibis wsr." lie .mi. "whlru is not so prom-
IsUlK as 11 may seem. Japsn would sena
to India a .Hiiffrcietil force lo keep down
any uprising- ut the tiaUves that inia-hl be
romeniea riKJjri "i " uemum ini.
Such a moviBreni of Japanese troops Is cov-
erii in thaarreement.
m the other Hand isrr cannot sena
troops to the war In Burops no mailer
what the fortunes of lbs allies may lw. in
first oían- mu" BKrei'inerit noes noi
call for aid In that direction; in the aec-
.ml place It would he almost Impossible
10 R-et enoua-n troop iumj oei war Kmc
to be or any service at tbo last desperate
cry ror help."
The Turkish ronsul-genrral Djelal Bey
laurhted when ho was asked Hhnut thu
proualiltlty or his country gotnit to war.
ruraey nas jusi passcn iiuuuiii mm
war." tbe consul said. "And wars have
lonr aa-o ceased to be biterestlris as I
commercial propoalllon. Turkey la not
looking- ror a flrht. either wiin ine pos-
sible winner or the probable loser In this
war. I believe that my country Is taking
ine strict path of neutrality."
4CCUffR ERMAX TW OOPS
or nuJtuE vnp apssjss.
By the Annotated Prtn
Lomlon Sept. 1 .' n a. m.).- A dispatch
to the Heule- Telenrani company rrom )s-
ISH rcrjortl Itiai rerua-ees rrom asiaraciHii.
t miles northeast or Brussels arcuse Ihe
m i ii an troops berore ibe evaruaied inai
place or bavins DtBSfSS and burned hair
l.l STAK i 'not; ham AT
KING BAGGOT and
J. WARREN KERRIGAN
A collection of Buch high claaa atara
thnt you never get many opportu-
nities to nee them all on Hume
I IKM 8HOW P. M.
VaudetlUv and Motion Itclurr
EGNY AND MUNDELL
in their niueK-al novelty sketrb wllh
special tenry. Tlielr sneceas of
ISSt nlSt wl '" repeated.
"LA Rl'BIA Y PACO"
Last appearance ot then aplondld
dancers who re staaln the Parisian
"Rl INr.l IN ú BUNK'S BUNCO"
A motion pioW fntny
real 1HMP yroaucer
Episode No. 10
In a Great
DON'T MISS IT
Continuous 11 a. m. to 11 x- nv.
Esaaiiay's Weekly Adaptation of a
Popular Munncy Story
"CKNTIilíMAX OK li: LSI 111."
Complete In Two Rails.
A I'lctureequn totnance.
Tomorrow A )ih i-pl-c- lleycad
"A MAfiTKK MIND"
38 AKTIHTIO PEOFIE S5
jVunmented by Concert Bund aaS
I'luylriK the Very Best Dratnatlo
Bills Money Can Buy.
Monday Tuesday and. Wednesday
"THE LOYAL WIFE"
Thursday Prlduy aad Saturday
"THE CALL OF THE
MATIN1SE8 HAT. AND SI N. a S0
I I 111 IS:
All Vpatalrs tic; All Downatalrn MM
MaUnews He loo
hl'l t ll:
tidies free the entire first weak
when accompanied with en paid
NOTE This Show Is Strictly
"Nr. Bugle's Melodrama" Broadway Star Feature
Direct from VlUgruph Theater New York.
Three Reels of Laughter
N. B. Come fro the matinee for this picture and leave the seats at
the nlatht show for your fttemds.
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