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EL PASO MORNING TIMES
Wednesday. Sept 9. 1914.
111 nvtnn KIPLOM MYf W MDC rAII.H
TMr IIGHT OF FrltHII.M Will M
01 T OVBR m WHOLE WOULD.
lir inrrs that Urrmany li Now righting (or
the Ceaaaest el the Entire
By the Aeteeiated Preei
London. Sept I t:l a ro.) "It U not
rtnrcvable that shouM rill. It we do
rmi tue lights of freedom to oat over
tli- whole world."
This ww in. statement df Itudjrard Kip-
ling. Hi. author in a stirring address to
a in.i meeting In Brlsrhtoa" wlwre an im
iliense rrtiwd hjd gathered m the dome tu
llltrn in speeches In support of Lord
kltrhener's mmade for recruits. The meet-
ing "H.i presided over by the lord mayor
of Brighton seconded by Herbert Samuel
prrddent r the local government board.
Mr. Kipling aalit;
"Through no fiull nor wlih of ours wn
are at war with nartnany. the power which
owes it etlstenre to three well thought
om war: the power wblch for tow list
twenty years ha devoted Itaelf to organ
liatlon and preparing for tbla war; tho
lower which Is now fighting to conquer
i he civilised world.
"For the last two geniritloni the oer
maní In then- books lectures speeones and
schools have been carefully taught that
nothing Inns than this world conquest was
the object of tbalr preparatlona and their
sacrifices. They have preparad carefully
and sacrificed greatly.
"We moat have men and man and man
If wa with our allies are to cheek the on-
rush of organised barbarism.
"Have no Illusions. We are dealing with
a strong and magnificently equipped ene-
my whose avowed aim Is our completa
"Tbe violation of Belgium the attack on
France and the dórense against Russia are
only steps by tho war. Tbe Oermans' real
objective as she has always told ut Is
Kngland and England's wealth trade and
"if yon assume for an Instant that tbe
attack will be successful England will not
be reduced as some poople say to the
rank of a second rate power but we shall
reise to exist as a nation. We shall ba-
cante tn outlying province of Oeriiimy to
be administered with what severity German
safety and Interest require
"we ara against such a fate. We vnter
Into a new life tn which all the facts of
! had Din lichlii
for the oast hundred years
to lite front and rest us as they tested our
fathers. It will be a long nndJiarri road
beset with dlfricultlns and discouragements
but we tread it together and we will tread
It together to the vnd.
Hlur petty social divisions and barriers
have been swept away at the outset of our
mighty struggle. All the Interests of our
life of sit weeks ago are dead. We have
but ona Interest now and that trnn-ne tbe
naked heart or ovary man In this Island
and In tbe empire.
if wa are to win the right for oureulvea
ana tor rrceoom to oust on ear in every
man must offer lilmseir for that service
Lawyers Out for Governaiaat Job.
Ay Tlssea Special Correapoadeal -
Santa Fe N. m . Bent. . if t. Dunlavy
and floorge Volney Howard of tills city
and II. C. Miller of Albiiuuciuiio ara adlvu
candnluies for thu position of I mini
stalls attorney for (ho I'ttetilo Indians
ssn vacant ny me resignation or Francis
C. Wilson progressiva nominee for com
gross. J. II. Crist in whom It Is said the
position was offnred lias announced that ha
does not want It.
To Suppress Liquor Traffic.
n I Tim re Vpeolfl VurrfeuondeMt
Sania Fe ft. M.. Sept. $.- Superintendent
Coggestiall of tin- Santa Fc Indian school
WE BEPY COMPETITION!
li you oi. in the inarkat for n
piíiyi i piano ii. i. v.. . i.. put noma
mhh lu .your pocket u ml after vis-
iting forced tulea and other pluno
atoras ttettlQK their lowont prices
for oaah call at our adore and wa
will soil you a piano. JUBt as wa
Bavva bold othera tha last two weeks.
We will not Btva you a plaao but
we cn sail you a batter piano for
leas money tban any other Kl Faso
Pian. dealer. WHY '
Because our eelllnp; exppnaa la
Uae lowoat. Wa do not employ
pollcilor or aoleamen pay high
renin oBe money on branch atures
buy on loaf time eta. We carry
no cheap stencil planB In toeu.
In v riistc.
Ope doesn't buy a piano every
day and It fake hard-earned money
to pay for It conaaiiienty yoú owa
It to youraolf to investlyata com-
lre ijuslity ond prlcfs.
Kemember tha only salea wo
loan are those we never had a
chance tu figura with. 01 this
weak and aak for our large list of
F. G. BiUings Piano Co.
IN hi. btnntim.
Levy Grocery Co.
Phone 505-506 304400 Br Overfed St.
Jllit Arrived Concord Grapes
36c a Basket 3 for $1.00
Flace Your Order Early
haa boost tranaferred to the dfai loisnt
among the Indians. Trior to his appoint
ment here Mr. Coggestiall waa In this de
partment of the Indian service.
MINE COMPANIES OF BUTTS
IN A JOINT HTATBHENT
DECLARE FOR OI'g.N SHOP
Butte Mont. sept e. Mine compa-
nies of Butte in a joint statement de-
clared late tonlgbl for the "open shop.''
Tbe statement said that hereafter
neltlier Butte Miners' Union No. I of
the Western Federation eg Miners nor
the Butte Mine Workers' futon would
be recognised. It promise adherence
to wafes and hours existing under the
old contract wltb lbs Western Fed-
eration. The companies aay they had decided
tn take Into (heir own hands the mat-
ter or Whom they intended to employ
only after they arrived it tbo conclu-
sion that neither lite Butte Miners' Un-
ion Mo 1 nor i in- Butte Nine Workers'
t n Inn was capable of proper organlsa-
tlon. I'roceedlngs to remove Mayor Lawn
J. Duncan rrnm ófrico on the alleged
c rounds that lie railed to do Ms duty
in suppressing local troubleg were be-
gun here tonight whan an "accusation"
signed by Peter Breen a local' attorney
was riled in the court of District Judge
J. J. Lynch
The accusation recites the recent dis-
turbad condition or Butte and alleged
failure of the mayor to suppress the
threatening elements or to attempt to
POW ASolEO TO INTERVENE
Catholic Pewtm Asked la Usa Influence
to stop European War.
By the Anointed Pre.
nomo. Bent. I-Popo Benedict has re
ceived from every part of tho world nu
merous measages Imploring Intervention
in me European war. soma or the com
munlcations wore sent through Cardinal
ilthbons. One of them from Haverford
i n . said tho American Peace Society and
Its many branches In the United Mates
would support tbe pope In an appeal to
me warring powers to stop Hostilities. I
was signed by Benjamin Franklin True
blood general secretary of the American
Time Not Vol PropltlOUS.
By the Aétwlateú Prete
rails. snl. (.It la expected hero that
Pope Benedict will make rarcrence to the
war in a pastoral letter whleh ha soon
win snnress to tne episcopacy or tne world.
While it is considered hern that the pres
ent moment la not propitious lor fruitful
intervention it is nopea mat ir in tho near
future it seeing advisable for the Vatican
to hold out the olive branch that the
united hiatos may back In a powerful ni
nor the papal Initiative.
III falsea House Thanking Builders ol
By the Associated Prett
Washington Stmt The bill extending
the thanks of congress to the builders of
ine ranama canal ami authorizing tne pro-
motion or Colonel Oeorte W. Ooetbals
chairman or the commission and Briga-
dier General Win. KS. liorgas. suraoon-
general or the army and heads or tho
Canal Zone sanitation rorr.es to be major
generáis on meir retirement passed tho
house today and now goea to the senate.
tiic otner orruera named are colonel H
V. Hodges Lieutenant colonel Wm. L. Bri
ber! and Commander 11 u. Rossaau. Each
would bo advanced one grada on retirement.
Has Jeined Ilia "Buy a Bale of Cotton
I lull "
0V the Auncicty Prtee
Washington sept. President Wilson
today joined iba "buy a bale or cotton
club ' by ordering from the head of the
organisation in ilcorglu led worth or cotton.
Senator Hoke Smith told him thai people
mi o.iKoom inn suutn wore joining inn
movement in tana up me cotton crop lort
over h.v tli European war. senator Smltli
also told tno president that next year the
"lion crop would ho cm m half and lhat
oilier products would be substituted.
' Mi ll SI IIIII.M. V
Slate liapartmant Asked to InvrsJIqale Realh
vi iHir i.rauuaio aa usxsca.
Un the Atuwiateá I'rett
Notfnlk Neb. kept g. Tha state depart
ment haa been akknd to Investígalo the
sudden death In Oaxara Mexico or Erad-
crick Harris a young mining engineer and
Yale graduate. A cablegram received bv
relatives here simply staled that he "died
Harrlii rather c. f Harris a former well
known rgiironii ornnai In Nebraska Is now
located at Vancouver n. Q.
Heinle Wish. Hepl. 8.--Scattering re.
turns f r. iri the stale nrimnrv el. n.i. in.
dy Indícala (he nomination or 0e Hanson
frngrcsslve fur I nlted stale senator
tlnlted Hl4lea Senator Wesley L Jonei re-
ceived the llepubhran iinmlnsllon unon-
es ror genitor and probably hone has
regched tie lortj par cint of first rhnlce
voles reiiulred in give him the nomlnitlnn.
Uniterm Is reported leading In
western Washington anil
eastern Washington with Win. W. Black
tenuis- a goon vule everywhere.
.?0Br!r ;o"M'y lecorporalra.
Hli 1 tmet Sffvial CumtpunttU-nt
Banla ro N. M- Sepi. t. Tha l.as Vegas
Motor car company riled articles of Incor-
nnrgtioti in the orrin- .r the state corpo-
ration commission tnrlav Tho rnMim i
capllallsed at Wi.ooo with John Q. L. Pugu
Jr. as slsiulury agent incorporators: J.
E. l-ong E. E. .onr and J C. L. Pugh. Jr.
(iircu Worm Pravss ratal.
Bu 'riñen gsapUl i i
Bañil Pa. N. M neo f-Nsurlco ntvera
Bss gsgifnisj u iiiiuiioro troin screw
was ui(ar bniid on the charge of murder-
W lllego Miuiloyg. ' wr
- . Turauoisg Mine si.i
By Timet Special fforrpeadiii.l
Santa Fe N. M. Sept. a. The minas
Un: American luruuoiso comoanv in
county are to bj sold at iulila iuaÚM
to satisfy g gtf.000 mutigage and Interest.
Fred M. Oram li the Vlnf ITf. mmr"-
PIWAWJ TO THU PMC ANI KM'KLV
The old standard general .trenplheiilng Ion-
le. íinoVE'8 TAkfKI.Ek'ij dull TUNIC drives
out in. llana enriches the blood ind builds
children yr W UIlC- Fr nd
AiU lIANP HALE AT BIIXINGM'
We defy eotniietlilon. II yon am In the
market ro a quality piano and have annie
cnh. buy of MOlngs this week and save
...iiii.ioM.ii inviien. p. u
Billings Piano Co. lot N. Btanten ii cAd
Uv the A..eofttd Pr..
l.ondon. Sept. I (fa g. re.) -The Stand
srd quotsi lite Husilsn and Fr.m.h .mk.J
BOTH STATE DEPA
Turkish Ambaaaadtr Barks tip an Slate-
ment Relative U lateatlea of tnltrd
Stales aod Ores! Britain.
the Áuaeitteé Preee
Vashliigton. Soot a. Both the state da
partment and tne British ambsssy hart
repudiated today the anraestlon or A
Itnstem Bey the Turkish ambassador In
ms luinnnteo siaiomont yesteraay
oreat Britain might be ondeavorlrur to di
the United Slates into the European war
in urging tne oeapatcB or an Amanean
warship to Turkish waters to cara for
Christian Interests In Turkey.
It Is known authoritatively that Oreat
Britain's expression on tha subject answarrd
an Inquiry by the United State aa to
whether she would object to the sanding
or an American warshlB. The American
Íroveinment rirciiinriiea the powers ho-
nre sending the cruiser North Carlolna to
Thera was much speculation today
among diplomats of the allied powers as
uj tne propriety oi tno amoassanors rerar-
encas to the United Btans in Ida state
mant. It became known hnwrvar Uiat
the American government would tako no
on o mi cognlssnce or tbe utterance. Sec-
retary liryan declined to discuss It.
me amoassaoor visitad the state war
and navy buildings today bul conferred
only with Acting Secretary Doosavalt of
the nsvy department neither would dis-
cuss the visit but aftor tho ambassador
Issued the following statement
"The erroneous impression hiving been
derived from the statement I marie yester-
day that I hail reason to doubt the mien
tlons or the United States In regard to
Turkey. I hasten to declare that mv con
versations wiih the secretary or state have
given mo the conviction that lh adminis-
tration u sending only ona ship Uio North
Carolina to Turkish waters and that one
on no different mission from that taking
her to other European porta. My visit to-
day to the assistant secretary of tha navy
had no connection whatever with this
Informally iba ambassador added that he
was positive me American government
wooiu mm- no siep wnicn would lead to
cvmipiicsiiuns witn rursey.
ALLIED ARMIES RETARD
INVASION OF GERMANS
(Continuad from Paife 1.)
ana Eetll Morln rlvem. Tho British have
driven tho enemy back ten miles. 1
"Pressure against the enumy continues
.... oiuug in. aiuea ironts. The British
force baa been engaged all riiy but the
enemy oppoied to If after stubborn re-
m9 i . in en ann is now crossing to tno
north or the Marne.
"Jho fifth Frenoli army Mas advanced'
. iukhi son repons many cap
i ue sixth rrcnoh army on the Ourcq
hai been heavily engaged but there Uso
the enemy has been driven hack.
"The Uernian army has surrcrad leverely
aiong ine whole line the advance having
j (miuou inline too nrii
lah force has again sustained some cas
ualtles but the number Is small in con
slderatlon or the nature or ih rht
"The situation up to tha present is' very
THHEK DAYS' I II.IITIM
t t lilt Mil l. TO ALLIES.
8y the A socio ted I'retú
raí is Hem. H. (1(1:4.1 n. m l-(rsn.m
...... .. . wnn rsacned Paris this
ariurnoon indicate that Ilia rsiult or Iho
country has been pmre favorable for the
allies than at rival hismuh ....
h flrman losses in killed we'ra enormous
Slid lhat a greal number of nrlsonr kick
taken. One fremiti nrriMr o.u..... .u
prisoners at 80000.
ulrí '-''."ipejirn dlatrlct ncludes parti or
tho (tepartnianla or Marne Ardennes Aubo
A sergeant or inr.mtry. wounded In the
engagement near the La Ferte-Uaucher
I heard cannoniidliiii from i-n.n.v evnn
to. rutile but din-Inn ilm iiiaiu 9wSj59
i V J"! rocaiveu on ordor
Sííií !?.'L00k P"S"loJI 0 the lillllldc.
Early biuuay morning iho enemy triad to
"S... "w" "in. we were ordered In hnlil
llieiu iinlll (lie tronos ;.io.i si. i..
. "' (JcmiBiu mere.
At noon tho enemy commenced to re
KÍ " Uoorder toward U eait. They raj
lied however to the north or La Perte
Qauchcr where the enraremsBI cuntimiai
ii iiipoi. sioniiay Ilioilllllr lh nrnv
weakened again and fled. Wo pursued
them twenty miles keeping up a steady
fire that worked Imvne m it.. n.í.
ranks while not a shot wis fired on their
"We succeeded In cuttlnr nfr .leoo-n
twwl mid ciptured seven cannon two ma-
geant of mfantrv ( i... .......
...u . ..-i.v mny iiiiumnition and liaa been
liinll'' economise ll to the utmost
An Infantry orricec (w.ui.(
bo nrrd out. Hi eouuied iU hundred
"i si'ikic nam rna French in
mu y cnsrgeu as at C hirleroi. ssalnsi
machine guns and In spite or strong posi-
tions broke the enemy's lino. Tho retreat
the Oermans was nreclnltaie. thou
Mtt Ms Asancluteif Frrai
LoiiiIoii. Sem. a ft h. m l a i
patch Irom Antwerp says that an orrielai
coinmuniratiou mere refera i n .c..
y (xnerai joiire on aaptentocr 7 In which
10 uie impatience or i.ia troops
i mi no longer the
hahlnit. hut the time hss
moment to look
coma to utiack
and drive back iba enemy and to dsrend
me sroiinu mgainru. i guy cost."
The coiiununlcatlon ilien gives the result
or recent upargUeni. Under iirvssura of
has baso oblleedi to retir m
northeast holh on. the front
and the flank.
"Nu asrluus Biigsgojnanl" the conununl
sation tsMllnuoi "hss occurred helwaan
hid ariuuu. mini anu lourtn uertnan ar
Mies but the f inii Herman army which Is
wviu u kid ridiicu rigni a narao engage
ment la In proarsss. On Buadav Miaim
Ihs garríaos al Verdun made a sortie and
(tgiurw a nutuiivr mt supply convoys dag
vavvsi rapj .i ""o..an snug.'
SIXTEEN BRITISH TRAHLKM
MINK B THE tiERMANa.
By the 4 m Mia I ad Irw
Grimsby Ear. foan. --(VIb London totr
Csj-i wrTcf' "o rawioi nalaon
ai been Plckssf up la the North sea and
news has reached Rare of tha sinking by
. t..u .11 i ui im (rswiar tigpri
With thssi i tw vesssls the total numbsr
ef Orimaby trawUss sunk by Oarman ship
or aiinoi sines the commencamani of tht
Jyíw iirgt fiepETl-TM East ana Weil
Haw bureau tonight nuda public tu rol
"Tokio Sept. g.
"A Japanese naval aeroplane ostein flaw
yesterday ovar kleo-cimw ana) dropped
bombs returning safely la a srultor.
"in answer to tha proles! lodged by
Oarnian ann Austrian auibasiidorg afeiuit
f.hhii p.rmiiir twm io land traipa at
between Franca. England and Rossis
not to sign a uawsj treaty wtthoirt nut
among them. Baron Kelo Hated
lhat Jot .an will act In conformity with the
terms ot me amaneo treaty.'
rnr.M it "K AeSKMWK
or nnnin " rrwssT.
Bv the A ".iarr
Lond'-'i. ielu. sv-fiipisn n m.) The of
fleiai iirrsi imregri announrrs that M
Mlllera nl the Frenoh war minister has
sent to i.oni Kiuneaar tne rollowlng tel.:
trim n ntc i iioraeigfib
"I nil Men sea
quostecl in.- to send you;
" 'The rxinmander-fn-flsiaf of the Pronch
armies emresses to Lord Kllctiener his
warm thanks ror the constant support rrren
to our annlli by tne British rorces durtnr
the wbols course of thai operations. At
the rrrsent m uinit that samjort Is most
valuable and Is msnlfest In a very ooergstte
manner n tlin k. lion now ensrurcd saralatst
the German right wing.'
"I am exoreislng my rrantude to Field
Marañan rrsniii uno na always lent to
our armies the nmst effective collaboration.
Allow roe In the u&me ot the government
to Join the sxpreislon or my gratitude to
thai nf (ha (reo.T il . in. chief
to tnti Lord Kiicticncr nig replied:
"Pray accent and iransmll to Oeners
orire my most sincere t
telegram you Oavr na.i ine
dress to me. 1 ask vou to
cause Oenaral Jofrre to bo tol
tent the British armv I to rind Itseir col
laboratlng with the French and how proud
we are oi ins noDie tasa oi printing
them the nutiDort r which you sneak
geurously and upon wht.-it you can always
rang wnn uio greatest conuuenco.-'
AUSTRIAN ARMV LOgmiS
AME IIKPOHTKIi KNORMOL'fl.
' ' Afuclatid Preti
'ctrogr.nl BDt. 8. Befiurees from Aus
tria accordlnsr to reoorts received here In.
day. have told the Ruulm military author
ities thai the losses hive been enormous.
A number or ihs Autnin regimsiili were
qscunsien. i ne AiistrtaiK . .orning
these rem trees are rearmi or an uprising
111 I tic erov.ll ISIIO Of llllSOW ins.
There nive been oubiishcit here rrnm in
dividual newspaper correspondents state
ments which confirm previous reports of
mo uisorgaiiiiauon in tne armies or Aus-
tria. In osllrla It Is declared the Aus-
trlans havn made use of einlnslva hiilleta
Other rnrrc9iiinilent declare Uiat I revolt
oss nroaeii oui m tne ranas or inn Tiirklan
srrny it Aarianopie on account or a threat
ened rumlne. Sll others iclegraph that
...x iiiifva hi nussien viciories in uancia
has . invoked enlbuslaam. micUcularW In
I lie Torts ol F'rzetnvsl and Jornalau.
tbe rlvor Ssn end Cracow on the Voatula
river are the only- obstacles Hie Aitatrlani
now nave io prevent tne mission advance
l'rezoniysl I a strongly rortiried mili
tary camp. 61 miles west of I . nil. erg with
ions anu tu) men who nnve neon ra
Inroreed by tho soldiers who escaped from
OKFK IAI. I 01IMI NH .VIION
PNOM I HFM H WAR OPFHR.
By the Attoeiated 'rest
raris Sept. ñV- An off rial communlca
Hun Issued tonight by the French war of'
nit; left wm or the Oerman ror-r.es In
meir movement or retreat Having crossed
ni" i . i ii raonn river wnn a view to pro
irctinir meir cnmnmnirajions nave mano
violent but unsuccessrui attack aaralnai
(imi i.uri oi our lorrcs occupying ine rigni
oatiK oi ine uve - mirca.
uur hnrnsn allies are continuing their
ojrenslve tactics In the direction of the
marne on ine iieigms io ine norm or
"Our troops ire progressing favorably
un our rlRlil wlnir llie situation Is aood
berore Nancy and In the Voirei.
a severe engagement naB neon rougnt
In tha center with allernaUva advancing
ana railing uick.'
SI NK GERMAN STEAMER-
IN Nr:t I llL WATERb.
IS r he A ssoclnrsd Press
London. 8eDt. 8. Contain Makoneam.
skipper or the British steamer Klanara.
ich was sunk bv tho North tlnrman.
Lloyd steamer Kaiser WJIheUn Dar o rosso
ronrtrma llw (leriniui isutrtlon that Ilia
nriusn cruiser ingiiriyer sung tno oannam
tuamer in neutral waters orr the west
coast oi Arrira August n.
But." sal. i.nnuin Alakeneacji tndav.
Trtueiiiuor mat tne suiter yviineim ler
(irosse lisd been ordered mil or Lag Pal-
mas canary Islands by tho Spanish con
ui aim tnst tier oaiiialn mil refused
lUdge fur nine days. That In Itself was in
uuarsuwonai orreiiHe and for that orrense
srltlsb cruiser wig right In sinking
AIJktTniA ALARMBB OVER
ROL'MANIA Al III I t. Mil V
Jlv the Anenciatrd Prete
received nero rrnm Vienna ny tne rrinuna
declare that a arm Is bams rinnsssd in
tho Austrian capital concerning recent dem
oiisiiuiions in in. uníanla urn lumena 1:1
(avpr or Husala. These two countries sro
believed to he in ravor or Oreat Britain
Russia and Frunce In Iho present war on.l
ine uuirsnau consul si nuda vaai. nun
tary. was removed recently by the authori
ties at tiOfia lor liaviug deiivcreo a apocen
the tenor of which was favorable to Aub
The Vienna Taire IH.ut. lu eoiillng to these
same dlspatelies asserls that Emperor
rsiciioias nus written io tne crown nrinco or
Hulearla jskinn i..r Hip aid or Bulgaria
against tin- enemy oi tne mavs
Ireliuid tVunls Arms
lid aminuitltlon. not to use In Him European
war nor io fight t'lsler but to protect her
Thll was the statement or Richard Mo
uueresis wnen mime rute ta eaiaotiBueu
Uboo a atlonallsi meinher ef pirllamtini.
to 3.000 members of the United Irish
llgcue who met tonight. John Redmond
hid delegttetl him to come (o this country
In search of a supply or arm for Iho use
of Irish volunteers at home Mr. NcObee
gen. Arma oniainen in mil country pa
reiieraicu wouia ue usad "imipiy a i
proteotlon for Ireland when we are aoir
By the Atiovmttd r
New York. Sept. s. The Rod Craag the
American snip or mercy which will carry
reiiei io tno wounaru on European oatiio-
fields will sail (rum this port probably
Thursday morning it was announced to
night. Her srow un. b made up or Amer-
icana or Spaniards mm of neutral nations.
The Red Cross was to have begun her
voysge today but thoas employed on Board
Included a number or (jermgnl and her de-
firturo was delayed altor tha British ind
ranch go ver nine ms bid prof sitad against
persons or tint naiioiiainy being among the
A YB MPf.n WIIXMI
By the Associated Frraa
London. Bapt U Nawi
nsre mat tne sjorth I
of Berlin the orricigi
government or tjermeny w
itatement Hut Empero w
am an inipoi tarn
it a hu í oi t;v
ha u iQliowli
Asnarlcan sonsail tnfamai ma that
no ss-reemsm wsnrspy tit uanuans rp-
iisincd from entering tiheni spit Imputing
an niatesanlty waa a triumph of Aiueiiean
Uv the Aueelated Prree
Parte Beat. .-(Vli Landon.l-The Ex-
celsior publishes a report youi I'eirograd
that the Austrian emperor Francis Joseph
has Mal t paralytic alrako and that hla con-
dition Is serluug. '
Farli. aep..a.(i. . m.l-The French
war ófrica announaas that It I aundlng ra-
aarvsi is Msrocso In order to release the
regular forcea la Motases for servir mhh
nanas ror tne
kindness to ad-
a. now con
nía to progi
tbe army to Franc
FOUGHT WITH OTIS
GONTEfT THAT WAR RKEN WAOED TOR
ot imi.n I I. M I HI. ISIWWSU
vr.rrr.niJAV n MM ANiuxsa.
General Oils and Charles rkott OraaaUet
for International Trpogrspmrai tjsjasw
- Both Testify.
Jig the Aeenriaiet Pert ... .
l-oi Angeles sepl. aw-OrMejUed Ubor s
dirrerences with the Los Angel's Tunes
which began a qusrter or a century ago.
occunled the attention ot the Federal In
dustrial Relations commission today.
Oennral Harrison urny ni imuiisnrr
of the Times who rirsl testified brlcriy be-
fore the commission liter resumed the
Hand and read a leninny siaieniem sun
finally submitted to cross-eiauilnatlon al
tne nanus or laimnusnonur uviosm
of the meinberi or tb body appointed to
represent organised labor.
Charles Bcott an organlr ror the In-
temaUonil Typographical union told
labor's side of the story.
Testimony or tbe two witnesses regarded
clrausnatances surrounding the open
breach between the Times and Its union
work differed materially. Otla declared
a strike waa called. whUe Mr. Scott In-
slnted that union employes were locked out
after they had made a demand for Increased
wages. Mr. Bcott also declared that tbe
unions were tricked Into catling off a
boycott on nrerchinti who advertised In
the Times tn the belief that a settlement
waa to be atTeeted.
Only once did Mr. Otis refer to the dyna-
miting or the Time with the remark that
In would pass over tbe subject quickly ss
It wag a ''sensitive subject. 11
"Tne rainy day. or more properly the
rirry diy. cune as already related" he
said "when the first Times building was
destroyed through tho combined and
wicked agencies of union labor conspiracy
dynamite and fire with an aggregate lo
of more than half a million dollars and
saddest of ill tho wiping out Of twenty-
one nreclous human Uvea the lives of
loyil ind brave non-union workmen who
manfully stood last it their posts during
loo portions hours or death and dcsiruc
The publlslaar insisted that ha did nol
oDject to laoov organising out na was op
posed to tbe closed shop.
"Abolish union labor monopoly dlscrlm
nation and violence the denial or employ
ment to all non-union workmen and other
flagrant avila or the dictatorial closed
shop" be said "and there will result work
for an at fair wares: accelerated produc
tion and Increased personal comfort will
speedily follow succeeded by the disap-
pearance or the soup kitchen and the elimi-
nation of 'Industrial unreal.'
"Organized labor." be continued "is nol
essential to the Industries and could not
mako headway against free unorganized
labor were it not bolstered up by monopoly
force and proscription and frequently ac-
companied by violence and outright Igw-
Mr. flcott took exception to General Otis'
rererchi-v! to his plant as an "open shoo"
and alio hla itatament that tbo wages he
paid his typesetters were above the union
s.-ale. Tbe Tlmei office Is a non-union
snop and does not pay as mucn as union
isoo shops be Insisted.
It developed that as a young man Oen
eral OUs was a union printer and Com
mhjsloner O'Connel wanted to know why
lie jouieu uiiiuo.
"It was the roily of youth as near
I ran recollect" the general replied.
P. J. Zccbindcliar secretary of the local
Merchants' and Manufacturers' association
was tne only other witness beard today
ON FACE AND SCALP
Awful to See Came to Head and
Festered. Itched and Burned
Badly. Nearly Crazy. Hair Fell
Out by tht Hindful Cutiaira
Soap wd Olntmwt Hwlad
R. W. P. No. 9 Tarry Miss "My
trouble began by srrUaVai on my face and
scalp then it took the form of ecsems. My
lace and scalp wore awful
I 00. Tbojr waracorsrvd
with loro stead pimples
and then after so many
days they cant to a head
asM tortea ed- They ware
cake of sores ssst ltohed
and burned go bftdly
would nearly go cor y
scratching. My hair fell
out by tne nandful aod tkn UHle thai wag
loft ssenasd latoas.
" 1 used many an-oaJted wtasdtag a(tteig
success until I almost lost hopo. Tasín I
thought that I would try OuWwsm Bsagp asjs)
liniment . I washed my faos and scalp
tares time daily with tha Boap and applied
tus ointment esjch tinte anal In three BlojfciÉi
I wss oompietety cured.'' (AlsTSStt) Mrs
Roam Tarry Jan. 2 . lult.
Samples Free by Hall
Ouiaeara Boap and Ointrasnt ksvrs provad
most vaJuabto for tbo treatment of pimples
hlackkiasxls nsuuss and smigbssss of the
faoa gstd hands dandrtul luUW. Minted
scalps with dry thin and falling hsJr aa
well aja for larltaAtaws and ejajvanpa of te-
faaoy and for lit puroosss nf tha tsaJjel baAh.
and nursery. Although OuUcum Bosp (JAc )
and Outlcurs Olnununt (Mat.) gm auU
everywhere a aampte of oaoh with 33-p.
BWn Book trill be ssnt froa upon rsqusa.
Address: "OuUaurn. Dept. T Bastan.".
15c Uw Pound.
Fresh Pench Ice Craam.
The Elite Confectionery Co.
Cheaper than augsr. Mm heglihlul
or all iweati. Elalest to .llgtist. 0
pound" of pure honey delivered to you
foW-aj- sand money or check with
OPEN ALL NIGHT
afaT' awsjesjeii as ts)L
ECZEMA IN PIMPLES
CDLDS are prevalent all during the summer and are harrier
to throw off than at any other season. Laxative Bromo
Quinine removes the cause of all colds. It acta as a tonic
laxative and "relieves the feverish conditions and Headache
which are usually associated with colds."
After reading ike accompanying: label from the box of
Aa OBBSsgsssn saasads l OaasjtM sad Colds.
Coagrk and also tbe Icretish conditions ssd
witch are anallr ssaoetated with colds.
third dose will relleva Use Cough sad Keadeshe and will
ess-re ti bowels well within B or II hoor. whoa the cold
will be relieved. Is t(rtlscolds It I very Important that
tht bowel should my wall avtry day. This prtpa ration
SBO-rct the towels (salty without (ripiag. sad arouses the
ler and all the secretions to actio. Dltsctleas: Adulta
two tableta laja najOjMose mmA shoald be
lately allerfcí mtéTiljaHJgiyr'S t o bed. Borne per-
sons who tfD I WjAA. Sictrrrrmtljí r aufScirnt
to last kTthe bowfli o??rj Irrrfv until the Cough and
Cold Is relieved rfMB take ose-hall the dose lot a faw
days. Children whs are not old euovgti to iwsllow pills the
taMataan bahtakoaor calla hall and given In proportion
tang. To b .wallowed sot chewed For
I tablets er r 2 or bears as til relieved
(Pnc-nlnlleefUkal en ssckol LaastlvoBromoQulalns boa) BrotTJO Quinine
To Bet The genuine OmU For The Full Nam
Laxative Bromo Quinine
The Most Gigantic Piano Sale
EVER HELD IN EL PASO
now on at Jenkins Piano Oe Orando uprights and player pianos of
tha best makes and flnost stylee ara being gold at wholesale coat and
In some oases ven lens.
Wa have some slightly usad planos. Can't be told from new-
Sola when MTit $376.00 to 476.00; going now at 1 2.1.00 to ShBO.OO.
A few left of our I3oo.oo new pianos sToln at 11(000. 1325.00
new Planea at 1170.00 IIBO.OB new planos at 1200.0. IITP.OO new
pianos at It.t.oo itoo.oo row pianos at isso.oo Itts.oo new ptanoa
at II7B.O0 $500.00 new planou at JS00.O0. Kvery piano player-piano
and grand piano in the houaa going ut the same proportional dig
count. All ntajrkao In plain figure Everybody treated alike.
When wa started thin Mammoth gale wa unlonlatd it would
taha about isUty daya to clono out tbe surplus pianos at our Ulobe
Miami and Dousjlae Ariiona. stores. Tits way they ara going this
week wa will lutva our entire gurplus sold by tha 80tb of this month.
If intarestad aa oarly Investigation may aavo you hundreds of dollars.
To piano buyers wa have Just rsoeived another carload at as fine
pianos as wars evar shipped to lfil Paso. They will be placed on pur
floor today and marked down lowar than aver Vlrtrt noma firgt
Yesterday's nales registered fiva in HI Paso two went to Alamo-
gordo two to Santa Pe New Mexico Havers 1 are waiting for our
Í1B0.0O 11 60.00 ami I17&.00 new plamia liioludad In car received today.
Every piano huyor should asa thosn planas. Ton cannot duplicate
them anywhore for one dollar lesa than tloO.QO lito.oo nd i7t.oo.
eu will have to hurry If you fat ona. They will go quickly. Every
piano wa sell ia guaranteed to stand this climate and te be aa rep-
resentad or your money will bo refunded and pianos may be returned.
Wo ndviso you to put fMt I your pocket coma In and escure your
piano today i'our orudlt In good at our atoro for the balance.
JENKINS PIANO CO.
S 1 r-sr.aia itafjiuy QJ
LARGE BLACK VELVET BATS
Annmiiad hn Fnahinn Xhnm P..
"Ti" www wsy w ww wrv wrtvaar awwstsssjg
Commwded for Charm of Individuality and
Kaminske Millinery Company
ui HK5Á Avmm
STATE ATjON AJL BANK
in One Day
whatitdoes and how
it does it yon csn
understand why this
remedy is used so
effectively by so
many millions of
yon feel a cold com-
ing on think of the
there Im Only Omm
A OOLV JW 0ifT air
MaaaS m. itmvttSt
911-B1S Tazas Bt
- Stylish Millinery
At Sensible Price
Fr those who desire it
we etwry exclusive costly
Hats- but for the greater
number who wih good
tyle and becomingnesa
at moderate cost we
present the mot extreme
poaeible value and abso-
lutely correct style in hats
that can be sold for $5.00
up to $12.50.
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mvkvm a jrvo r.
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