El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, November 20, 1914 Page: 2 of 12
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t (M lt sir eety U Hi yod taow west
awtmp-nooi ma for rae. i wat eotneree
wit jey beete for over twenty years aed
at time I cauw hardly gst out or bod.
t read yJur advertise ment and decided to
try SWmi-Root. Used rive bottles and It
nts been fire years sine i used it ana i
have never Mea bothered 4 day since 1
took the lt .bottle of II. t im thoroughly
convinced the Dr. Kilmer's swainp-itoot
cured nra see would recommend it to
older surrerMf m I did.
any Ruwm -WW troubled witn money
d bladder troubles and he took your
swamp. Root see it cured Mm. tms wss
about tire years ago.
You may pufetitfe this letter If you
choose very truly yours.
MRS. HATTIE CAM FIELD
K. P. D. no. J. ooblevllte. Mich.
Bubteribcd and sworn to before tee this
tWi of July not
ARVIN W MYERS
Notary Publfa for Van Duren Co. Mich.
lha eraeuallon or Vers Crux be Uelayod
until the forces of the convention worn In
a position io take over me port. Tna
president called attention to tho fact thai
he had forwarded a telegram to Enrique
c: uoreme represenisuve or mo conven-
tion at Washington congratulating him on
me ract irui vera i:nu was neing evacuaicu
to the .Mexican people notwithstanding toe
atronr probability that the port would be
laxen over ny tne carranciata.
It Is true however that several of tiie
delegates did urra urton the tonvenllon
that action be taken to secure a delay' of
the evacuation on the round that the pos-
alblllty of further bloodshed would be
avoided. .President Outicrres and the ma
jority or tne members reruaca to take tun
Carranxa benefited temporarily by the With
against Carranza was his refusal to obey
of the Amartcan forces
pQimea out mat one or me enargns
the convention order to accept the Amer
ican terms and thus hasten the day when
liar oi a lorcign nation wouia no ion r
float over a Mexican city
fluerrtaro Looted by Carranrlstat.
The occupation of Querctaro this morn-
ing by 1000 men of the vanguard of the
convention forres under ColoneliCarlos Do-
mínguez was accomplished without llrlntf
a shot the Carrancista forres having with-
drawn toward the south Wednesday night
unacr cover or aarxness.
Derore evacuating the town the Catransa
men wero gui..y of many acts of violence
against non-combatants ana names and .ji
lness houses were looted of a lirre auan
tity of cash and other valuables.. One m.i
were taken front the banks' and carried.
General Villi snent the oav iravellni
and down the linn between Irapuato. and
Leon and directing' ton various movements
in ino troops me rauroaa is in gooa eon
altlon and. contrary to lha usual custom
the retreating forres made no attempt to
damage the line. Tomorrow through trains
will be in operation from Irapuato to the
northern border at Kl Paso and large quan-
tities of stores coal and munitions have
ueen ordered brought south at once.
During the uav lara-e bodies of men ar
rived at Irapuato and detrained there ovi
dently In preparation for a movement to
mo wcaiwara against uuanaiajara.
Julio Madero Ordered lirnnrtrrl.
The arrival here thin mnrnlnr nf Jf.li.r
Julio .Madero as a prisoner under sentence
oi iieporiauun creaiea me greatest excite-
mem in Aruascaiicmei. uunnr na eon.
vrntlon Malor Madero was one of the most
acure or mo warrants annerenti holding
credentials from General Hill rommander ol
tho besieged naco garrison. Following tho
declaration of war against Carrania Major
.uuurrv in ior tno aouin presumamy witn
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KAMI WW VS AND 4UVK MOÍIICV
Milt otuMtrn civKJi roo! Ámcsmoir
) aMl 4
the Intention of rejoining his division coin-
turod Tuesday uv troons or aeneril Innul
Madero'a brigade taken before his brother
aim urucrcu icilou iron! II CO.
General Midero gave directions that his
brother should be taken to El Paso and
turned over to Emilio Madero mother
brother. At Leon this morning the prisoner
I'lwmcu wiiu uviirnu vuia ior a revocation
of the deportation order but without re-
sult. Ho lert this arternoon for the north
In charge of an armed guard refusing to
fim ma paruic iiui iu aiiejnpi 10 escape.
nebí neported Taken By Zapata. 1
rresldent Oülierret tbia morning received
luiuKioui iruui -ucncrai viua announcing
the arrival Jt i.eon of a courier from
uciierm cmuiano zapata Bearing a messsge
no capturo ny tne Zapatistas or
Puebla. The niestage abo told
lellinr of me esniure by the zanstistaa of
ty Of Puebla. The nieiiir tm.i
of the flight from the natioirai cspttsl of
most of the Clrrincuta rolinwri. lnriim
ing the t. jjor portion of the troops of
peneral Obregonrs division. It is now be-
lieved the carranclatas contemplate mile.
ng their rtnal si and at orlxaba Instead or
VILLA MAItCH TO MEXICO rrrv
waitungtoa. Nov. 10l Oenerat villi'.
march on. Metlco City continues unobstructed.-
secordinr to telegrsms loday
iwmuBu- arenia arcom-
panylng him. Two thousand Carranit
iroon chinrerf their allwinr m vim. .
I.eon. the dttpatchea said and garrisons
all along the line aro Incorporating thew
" in im viiii columns.
That villa will reach Mexico City with
om dlfrirulty Is the opinion of the Amerl
ran agents who say his army la well
equipped and movlnr with arirntirii.
clslon. From Carrañas sources hqwever.
It Is ssld Villa will have to claih within
Ubregon and Oonialea south of Querctaro.
uutuuuu rairi tiauitlP Aliara.
From Meilco City the Amerlran nim
Uient has rcceiveriijidviees of the general
uncertainty with VRiirh thn' im.iin; 71
beIouiIéd. It wa' not known them
whetiier General Dbregon will be able to
iota tne rity against ibe attacks or zap
ilsta on Ibe south and Villa forces on lh
llafsel Zubaran Capmaoy Washington
.rvjic.uui.inu ui iraiisrai garrama gave
out tho following toletram toniihi rr.lvH
íroni Carranza dated Cordoba yesterday
and revlflwinr Parr.n.-. .11. ap 1..
Carraoia Agala Kipltlas.
-uoraovi. Meiiro. Nnv. ta v. t....
Canmany. Wathlnston. D. c. with n
I'm iwn ins jou may u cieariy ana truit
iiiuFuiij luiuiui 1 iu me actual condi-
tions and U In 1 ivoiiiion to tmnh11if.11
deny all false rumors 1 wish to place tú
ruur u..u i u uo iKIWia Of IDO SIIUS-
ton. beginning by alvlnr vou ih mn.ii.
Hons oq which I was willing to resign as
I expressed them In a message to General
Gómale on the IMh. These points were.
'I will surrender the nouer in mv hnH.
to auy persons wiom 1 deem trustworthy
M' tor Sf.íwl.'..0?nír1 lo OonisisS:
Oentral '"' shall deliver the actual coin-
raaAd of hit forces to the administration
wo isrriHirT cuntruua by (leneral Eu
O Oullerrei Villa and mvulr .h.n k7h
leave the couatry and meet in Havana on
lovember ss. The convention or generals
hall convene Iu Mexico city to select s
president for Uw entire pre-constltuuonal
period. Oecerala Oullerrei and (lómales
shall deliver tho command or the irooos
under l new to the newly selected nrii.i.
U on im JSaJi of Soveluber lbs condlilons
have not swm complied with Carranxa
haH resHjiaa Ida character u lira! chler of
Ibe conaMMtrtiMllH ary.
To taeaa ropotuo contained in tku
state meat patrals ihnnilei and (ferea-a
Jwera f"iM Msc Oly Wt they had
kr acraM la fusj AMcatW. hi
effect that was mat Vila m taysetr ware
W laave tea rowttry Has faraaer u wr.
reeaVr taa iimianf ht Mas visteo of um
eeuitva naaaar sf tec BSIMi M oU bersoa
lcat4 at sar Miar. aaM'-hlsMMfy iui
Dr. Klliaer Co.
Blnflhamlen N. V.
Prove What Swaap-Hoot Will Do for Yen.
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Blng-
him ton. rt. Y.. for a sainóle alie 'bottle
It will convince any one. You will also
receive a booklet of valuable information
telling about the kidneys and bladder.
When writing M sure and" mention the
El raso Dally Timet. Ilegular fifty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles for sue at au
given twenty-four hours within which to
surrender my orrtce.
'The main object or my trip to tho south
of Mexico has been to visit the neighbor-
ing nates or the capital and to obtain per
I public opinion wnicn
sonally the stste
I have found aatitractory
Also I wished
to arranro in a dltnlfled manner the 'evac
uation of Vera crut bv the American trooDs
which evacuation I hope to see effected st
ine wssnington government nas prorauea
eirect on tne ma or
".My desire Is to avoid the responstbll
tó make 'every possible concession com'
futuro bloodshed.' so that I may not
My desire Is
"liver tbetr s to aes wee -mi lei ha
jelecia ttaa S-casUluueaal yeiaHnu t
"Accoraiaaty. K U ralat ss Uat trtá of
tea liiUWMTAate ifeortA SatTlas7Ta
be .blamed hereafter for causing bloodshod
the score or personalities
make 'every possible cor
patlble -with ray duty as a citizen as rep.
resentatlve or the revolution and as first
chief in charge of the executive power of
"The majority 'of the chiefs remained
loyal and continued to remain firm and
ready to sustain the conditions to which I
made reference. Por this reason It Is fslae
limn and now rieilre thst I lesve the coun
try. This latter Is only considered by them
In case the isst conditions that I have
named aro fully compiled with.
' fin ritrarrl lo the nrotest that the VII
listas have made In regard to the etrly
evacuation oi vera urua i am um in iu
Itlnn to know anvthlnr about It. Such I
protest would only show a Isck or honor
and patriotism on their part and my feel-
ings lead me to reject tne Idea that sny
Mexican citizen would harbor such an in
tention tna essential poini is tne evacua-
tion or foreign troops from a part or our
territory! without consideration of Internal
partisanship as these sre matters that rest
entirely in our own immi iur bomiciucui.
"It Is false that Vllllsta troops are about
to take tho port ot Tampfco because It is
first necessary for them 10 defeat the con-
stitutional troops In the statea of coahulla
nuevo won ana nuiauiii'.. i-
nt rrmaln loval to the first Chief.
"Oenerals Ohregon Gomales and Agullar
firmly demana that tne ronaiuons supuiai-
ed by mo shall be fulfilled and accord-
ingly there Is no truth In lha rumor of
their defections. .
"Up to the present time I have not re-
ceived .anx .word that villa bad informed
th ArtmimllMitrii f-nnWMIOnVtHsti he -will
retire from the command of the division
of the north and agree ta expatriate him
self. Aa i navo aireaoy meniionetv ine con-
ventlon Is the party that haa informed me
that It has accepted In full the' last con
dlttons that I suggested."
HAYTOrtEVA SAYS HE LEADS
ASSAULT ON NACO TftENCIIES.
Bit Sfcctal M'irt to The Tima
fiogsies Aru. Nov i a telegram re
eel ved at headquarters In Nogales Bortora
today fiom Governor Jose Marls M ay to
rería .tell -i of a brilliant charge last night
arter a severo au-aay nomoaromeni ui me
Hill trenches nerore naco. Msyiorena re
ports the JllU. troops driven from their
outer Uno or trenches which the sonora
state troops are now noiaing.
Governor Maytorena conaueteo tne
tsck In person 'and during the operations
was at all times within a thousand meters
of the 1111! trenches.
BInce tho attack on the border town has
been resumed over sixty mines burled
by the Hill troops during the armistice
nave neen expioqea wun nut mué qsm
are. Many or the minea haya been ex
ploded bydrtvlng a herd of mules over
them the unfortunate animals being torn
to pieces. '
Major. Naranjo "or the army of the north.
arrived 'last nigni at the Kilometer e neaa
quarters before Maco with fifteen hun-i
dred cavalry from the state or chihuahua.
lie reports th capturo nesr Catas Grandes
or a detachment or troops sent by Hill
from Agii Prieta toward rtlomas. Four
hundred rines ana w.uau rounas or am
munition were taken.
MM rterHitwwl tmlajr xrld a rtarMM
spirit of tm fMn tawm all facuoes
na ssm a0UM Mrxnerey Mexico bad esn
!r4 by MM trMraMd paid to the IsSe
Otrti CerotMma TrevlM of the MeileM
federal army wbee Ms ftmeral sertke
wen ReM at Mofilerev recently. Thous
ns of eotHtHtiueaMHMt seMiers wero In
the mat erowat wMcfc aaaeanbled for the
funeral mime té was laWicnacd In Men
terey re mi an uaeeef fttttht attend.
feWtTH m MVIMtNMeNT VCSflEU
wasmnaton. Nov. H-ivwr rim.inn
law toeay telest speed Secretary Oarrlson
that Im would arramre te brier hm Mexican
una bm pr etw bow at vera cnix to me
United States by s gevenment vesseL He
said he prcvkwaly kM (nforraed by
me pnesi m cearga or we refugees
Vera Crus teat técr weM fca taken out
or Mexico vtmr UMtrcfe'seaeMs.
rretident Keiiy of m catáosle rmureii
Extension society; C Meare was informed
or uenerai Funs toe; a -Must measage.
REFucer.fi KHew mmvovn as
EVACUATION DATE NEAHeV
Bv iht litotíatti Presa
vera crux nor to AimreMM Ion among
a large part of the residente of vera Cruz
bom permanent and temeorary. becomes
more marked as tbo data or lee evacuation
or tne city and its occupation by tee con.
stltutlonalitts draws near. Two hundred
refugees teiegrspned President Wilson ap
pealing- for aid to leave Vera Crut. Like
many others of tea refugees tea aimers
or tne telegram are actually too poor to
pay for their steamer passage although
sorao Of them would be' waltaV If their
vested interests could o' realised upon
The Spanish consul reports that eleven
textile nuns valued at 63ooooeo oeset nave
been looted and burned seer PtteBla.
RAH.ROAD BETWEEN MEXICO
CITY AN I J VERA CRUZ CUT.
tu tht Attoetatei Prttt
Vera Cruz. Nov. 19. if o train arrived
bere tonight rrom Mexico cttr over the
Mexican railway. It is reported the line
has been cut north or Esperante. Another
report says there It fighting along the
WOMAN TEACHER BURNffl.
Was Perhaps Falaliy. Injured In FlghUag
iraiue riro in tvvmui.
1. thm áAtntmA J..
Cheyenne "Wyo. Wot. 19-rire kindled
V locomotiva anarka a mltA thin aiHA nr
orse creek station thirty miles norm of
iicra. iaiu in wasia a strip lour mues long
on esch side of Horso creek today. Miss
Hcrtha Itelnhart teacher at the Horse Creek
school waj brought here by .special train
tonight. She was caught In a twirl or
name whllo assisting ranchers fight the
uro. it is neiievca sne is ratsuy burnea.
The nre was discovered ahortlv arter it
o'clock this morning. In spite of .ranchers
wno garnered rrom many directions the
names grew in fierceness. Hexing ud hay
stacks meadows and ranch houses and
other buildings on both sides of the creek
perore u was cneexeo. The toss is be
nevea to oe. aoout stufloo.
National coffee Roasters.
Bu tht Átt eclated Prth
new urieans. noy. m Tne-national cor
reo Roasters' association ended Its annual
convention here today with election or
officers and with the selection of St. Louis
as tho next meeting place.-
Edwin II. Hurley of Illinois asserted that
unaer tne currency .act correo dealers
wouia no longer nave u depend on tor'
elgn exchange to finance their dealings
CARDINAL GIBBONS SENDS NOTE
OF SYMPATHY TO MEXICAN BISHOPS.
Du tht AnoctaUi Prrn
Btlttmpre Md.. noy. lo. Cardinal Olb
bona at the request or the archbishops of
tho tJnllrd Stales has written a letter or
sympathy to the Mexican heirarcby in
which ha says "the deplorable conditions
which for some time have prevailed In
Mexico and apparently become more In
tolerable with each attempt to remedy
them ara tne source or tne deepest ron-
cm to the blthopj of the United State
"The American people." the cardinal
conilaued "will not. I am sure dclib
erately assent te the establishment on their
borders of a system of misrule based on
the worst at tyrannies the tyranny or the
state over sout ana conscience"
MARUeNY IHISVAH.8 AT
KUNBRIL T 6KNERAL TWEVKS.
II ih AaUH4 PrSM
watmefioe nor. m neom to
Joe lactate ev4 Chfl4nii
St Us Far Ovwr SO Years
Otw rleljf jom
Mc the eeitetiL
Aesaa for Htrylers aial
Opden Gateway Umring.
testimony was concluded hoday In the so-
called oguen gateway bearing before M. A
Pattlson ricial examiner for the Inter'
state Commerce commission -In'whlch the
Denver K Hlo Orando and several other
railroads and commercial organization
protested against the proposed 'abolish
ment by the Union Pacirio of through pas
senger rates rrom tho east to points on the
uro go n snort Line and other roads.
OVERCOMES HARD LUCK.
Dealing Man Makes Teanato Crop Pay De
spite Discouraging obstacles.
UÚ Timet Special CorrtiDoncnt
Derolng M. M. Nov. 18 IU It. Williams
cleared tl.000 on three acres' of tomatoes
on a rented place four miles south of here
this -year. Mr. Williams had about the
hardest luck possible' but won out over
an ms difficulties. lie rented twenty acres
for 1500 but ilia tomato plants on all but
three aerea died of the blight which was
so prevalent. He was able to secure only
a nair stand on tno remainder owing to the
worms winch roiiowed the blight. Thus
his "overhead"' expenses were very large
Almoit 33soo cans represented tho out
put rrom tne tnree acres ana nenaes tno
canned tomatoes he has five toas stored
which are being ripened for the off-season
market. This win be the first lime that
Doming citizens will be able to enjoy
native tomatoes at Christmas time.
Mr. .Williams is sure that he can avoid
eon. and doesn't see why warmers can not
maice targe pronta by growing and can
ninr tomttoea in the Mimbres valley.
"In my mind." said Mr. Williams "I am
satisfied that it Is Insufficient preparation
of the ground that caused the greatly de
structive blight. New land in poor tilth
caused my disaster. It was noticeable that
the less vigorous plants were the ones
inai s tuieren nrst.
"An for th nrma r mat utltMiul thl
they can easily be controlled by SBraying
with a parts green solution. The worms
pome before the fruit seta on. so there
Is no danger or poison. .After sprsylng
I round only three Uve wortn In the field
although there had been nearly fifty on
one plant before.
"Another dlsadvantae wit my Inability
from Inexperience to know how many cant
were nedd. My arderme was done in
small lots rrom Galveston aed In this way
rny expenses were increased sooo for the
"With the great market nearby In tea
mining campa ture is no reason wny can
ning tomatoes cae not be made to psy.
i ror one seteee te remain ta tea Bust
George E. Cees left Tueiday for Silver
City wh'sre he et-pecU to remain lha rreaior
pan or wis wee traesacting business.
j jacoeesn ten Tueaeay ror silver city
Mr. aed Mrs. WlUli Olfcbs of Newcastle
Ti-. arrived W Deinbur Tuesday to visit
wtua relatives. Mrs. Otfebs It a sister of
airs. H u. eusn and Mrs. i. H Williams
Baak CaaWar aa Trial.
B fit Attach id PrM
AUtuBuaraue N. M.. Nov. t Jntm a.
EefteM cashier of tee state national baek
or ArtesM. M was nlaced on trial la
reenret wun eara iany cnarf4 wtut ha.
le caecraled to eersaeel HaeWHaat
a rafort to tea eaetptroetr of ilw cw-
recy. The baek. recently has sees teas
What's aa a Neete
earahWa iWttKaaa maana eaadt
teesjM Moved. 1 Wtaer (aitia
art rnnatnnfi id i n --- --
lam seye of sets of ear seeresaent .
L Will?'' m' m
fnr bslf a
ilirVET. thMfd be"
ítwér wocds amoke
but tbrdle kinder
libs) mm tsiW TOWei cí'tí '
tttwty SP witk Ketckyg -
VXLVBT. Thai eWootátewt Soolc-
n Tobacco -wltl ioimx JmsCt
ad more im dead jfc vm
FOR POULTRY SHOW
COMMITTEE 'SECURES' SUITABLE BUBLIV
;LNO ON DAVIS STREET FOR
Vote of Thanks Extended Chamber' at. Coat'
merce for Assistance la work
At an enthusiastic meeting; héld last eve.
ing at the chamber .or Commerce the
members of the El Paso poultry assopla'
lion perfected plans ror holding the fourth
tnnual exhibition In this city from Thurs-
day rfovember J lo 80 inclusive.
On report' or the building' committee
which was adopted it was decided -to hold
the exhibition at1 Nos. 908-68 Davis street
where two commodious' rooms have been
secured for bousing the various exhibits.
On account pr tho scarcity or vacant'
boUses the bulldlna- eommitinait much
difficulty in securing a suitable location
nut tne members 'were greatly messed
with the selection finally v made. Jt; was
decided as an advertising feature to bavo
a large banner thrown across the atreet
In front of the exhibition hall bearlnr the
inscription: "El Paso Poultry Show Exhi-
bition. November 20-30. iiiL." ...
"President i. Whitney 'Webb presided at
the meeting with W. C Lelghton acting
as secretary. Much business or a routine
nature was transacted. A check for. ttoo
in nensir or the poultry snow was re-
ceived -and a motion prevailed extending
a vow or thanks; to the Chamber or Com-
merce and directing that complimentary
tickets be forwarded thi secretary as-
alstant secretary and directors of the or
The. secretará réDorted that hadrea had
been received to be worn by. the officers
and also used as awards'. A motion' was
adopted extending the timo in -which .en
tries could be made rrom VoemDer"" so
to S3 In order that all who desire' to do so
migoi enter their birds for' the exhibition
iteports submitted showed that entries for
tne cxmoition were already coming1 in and
that everything' Indicated the most sue
cessful exhibition in the history of the
asaociation. tog nanósomo silver trophies.
linceo in numoer. .orrerea as sneeisi era
mlums have been placed on exhibition
at the White House and It wat decided
last night to carry on a vlRoroua adver.
using campaign rrom now inUl the oped
ing or the show.
It was decided to bold a soeclal meeting
or ma association on the evening or Fri-
day November n at which time iudge
C. P. Van Winkle of Dallas who Is to
IllrfrA thrt AThthfHnn. .fll
meeting on topics or Interest to lha noul
AT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURC1L
Second Of Series ot Specie! Services Well
aiicuucu aaa neipiui.
First Christian church this cliy. was held
ti..'""'ulu aeq was weu attended liev
J. W Kerns or Austin. Texas. nmrhM
very pracUcal and rorcerul sermon on tha
. uo uaios -ana Losies or Being
a Cbrlstlsn." In the course of his dis-
course he seoka or roue ihin nrhih .
fundamental to Christian living. He taidi
o one can De a tnriiuan without
giving up something. Christ will be
precious to us In DroDortlon aa we nuVn
cruica ior mm. wo win ntt nr tiaa tn
Chrltt only as we are willing to yield our
mu iu nun. ana 11 paya ro icrve mm ior
the gains are greater wan the losses. The
promises tha world makes to us are all
isise nut tne ereeuses or Christ are
The sermon was amply iHustrated most
i iao utiuairaiiona awina- urawn rrom mi
tory or experience.
Panrta wfiui ur. r.'U.b..l.. mi
Irr the opening sopg service. The service
woigui win negin at 7:90 q-ciock.
I WtTt'NK OT 77H2tU.
the trsnsfer tat aperalted of
ty was rues. wun tee turret
Mr. Bradys holdings in
Tobacco -company axme
Wl us hi UM ' Dril
baece éoewaey to Hvsaase. St iSm held
securities of .tea .United1 Statea Jtabber
cestpeey to thevthw of Hmjm i
JurtstUetlesai Cosiest BetWera Ktevator Con-
structors and Maehlahrts' la
Bu the AMoctMci Press . t .
Philadelphia Nor. 1. AVhat.wis re arded
ai the most Important jurtadiouoeel fight
In lea American Federauon or Lhr this
year was se'Wed 1n crivenHeri téay In
fayor or tha International Union oBlevator
ponstructors Uiver the "internatloeMf Asso-
ciation" or' Machinists. For mbre-ihitn fire
years the macblelsis sought to. hay o the
elevator constructors snialgasiatej with
them to do atrs Vrftí numerous jurisdic-
tional disputes. The.' matter has-been be-
fore several committees or the convention
which has favored tho amalgamation uut
the elevator men have always been; able to
flrht orr the mrar. - í
joday tho comrritttee or sdltistetónt re-
ports" a resolution .instructing tee pseskient
and cxecuiive. council ot tne .reeerstion to
call a conference of the' iatwseMdtbartles
Sueh Is lee Value of Estate Aeeuaiulated
By Aateaay in. eraer.
Bu the X nocía le if Prttt
New York. Nov. la imtawv it. Hn.iv.
ine iinaiiricr wrio aiea in uhmhxi in jiti
1911. left an estate valued at msM.lvt. '
Became aeowrt tQoay weae tea report or
YOU SICK UGH!
esese-s Liver Tee BeMar Tkaa Cat.
saat aea Cae vat sanvata-
Caleetaj ioe yen a day I Yoa know
west eafeMeel la. It's OMfcuryi euleksilver
Cawinw is oeogerous. It crathas lete aeur
Wte Mee eyeeeilie crseaplef aed aieeeeter
yeu. cawaaii attaaes tea hieaa asta aea mi
eaeer ea eu; tera yw Mawaau
wiie you fees a latum ateaee
PM mt all knocked ae bseaya yen
ataaaaMf teal yatir entaetat teata fer as
a aareai aaiea aavaaaeeaea wyir less.
i aa4 la "a watt taeitteiii ssr
It la ewaraeiiel te atert seer
mw wiieaet siariaif yaw. esi
see eot saaWaaa.
Beet atea niiault It
les east eart H laaes yse a ear's were
tease's Liver Tees aeratseilaei yee Meet
eW rÉese fJTWaC IsWVV
Hisuii M Is
it ta tea
offleeri of the. brnnlzatlona -and r others
more or less interested In the.rmrlgama-
Hon. . ' i
Nearly the entire day's sesslottfwsi taken
up with the report of the .eemamee on
adjustment which 'reported tee retnlcable
seiuemcni. or aoumner or jursMieien ais-
uiscussion. . r .. t i
The troiiMe netWMM" thA atalliiaanr n.
ginebra and firemen was referred to a ni
ce .or- tnose ibvoiv'3 witn a
oi ins iiwgrapsers;ana iitBOgrapnic press
feeders. There wis s long fight over tne
question or the American -Brotherhood of
cement workers' being absorbed by the
international .updcarriers Building and
Common Laborers' Union- or America- vtlH
the result tha rurther errorts- are to be
made by the executive council to have the
cement wprkera agree' to the absorption. .
IF HOOD'S IS USED
The genuine old reliable Hood's Saris
perilla corrects the acid 'condition ottho
blood and builds up the -whole- system
It drives out rheumatism because it cleanses
It haa been successfully used or forty
years in many thousands ofxáses tha
world oyer. M
There-ls no belter remedy foj skin ana;
bipod diseases for loss ii r.ppatlte rheu-
matism stomach and kidney ''trbuMes gen-
eral debility and all ms arising from Im
pure impoverished devitallted blood.
It Ts tinnecets'ary to surfer. Start treatV
ment at once. Oet a bottle or itoof
Sarsaparilla rrom your nearest druggist.
xou wm do pieasea wun tne results.
U tc m Evwy iMc
wheat yptt buy tjooee dlrct retkver
than through attent. Now ree4y
MORE THAN A MILLION
TREES AND PLANTS
every one adapWe to tha eeU eaul
climate ot the Southwest yhj de
not epeeuleto when you buy eu
trees thuy ere eve-
It eeewcre evary a-uaiUee at a
seeeeet eeceeas le rretc es fWfi.
cultufe Jt sai rree
e full aMler'e we. I'bw
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, November 20, 1914, newspaper, November 20, 1914; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth197228/m1/2/: accessed March 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.