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Little "Hans Under the See" Be-
lieved to Hare 3uu.ssgiatUi Ran
Gauntlet of Enay Ship
Guarding Entrance to Hamp-
ton Roads Off Vkgfala Capes.
NOW SERENELY STEAMING
ACROSS ATLANTIC OCEAN
Captain Hinsch. Who Directed
Departure of Deutschland. Says
She Passed Unobserved Within
100 Yards of U. S. Destroyer;
Crew Cheers United States.
By Associated Press.
Norfolk. Vs. August 3 Ttlo allied rrtili
ers patrolltntr the entrance to Hampton roads
to prevent the departure of the German sub
marine merchantman Deutschland still were
ID position within sight of shore during to
day and there waa nothing to Indicate that
they were aware of the passage of the
Deutschland out through the capes last
night. Marine men hare believed the sub
merslhle had entirely 'eluded the war ves
sets and was safely on .her way across the
Atlantic on herreturn voyage to (iermany
Captain Hinsch of the war bound Herman
liner Neckar who on board the tug Thomas
V. Tlmmlns directed the departure of the
Deutschland. said today that the underwater
freighter passed unobserved within one
honeleetl várela rf a l'nlf.1 .tafea
on neutrality duty aboht a mile on the
rapes. He also disclosed that the submarine
submerged twice on her way down the bay
to test her engines.
"When we came to a (top at a point in the
bay which I shall not disclose because we
probably shall have to nse the place again"
said Captain Hinsch. "the pilot aboard the
submarine wes taken off. The submarine
was submerged so that her machinery and
pumps could be tested and the cargo
trimmed should that be necessary. She
went down in a deep hole In the bay to s
depth or 1SG feet remaining there for some
Engine- Work Perfect!
"When she came tn the surface again
Captain Koeitlg caste up through the coa-
nina; tower and said that everything was
working perfectly. We started off down
the bay and when no traffic wsa In sight
the Deutschland took another dive white
running. She went down until four Inches
or the foam
seen. At 90 yards with glasses I ecus
not see s thing.
"The tests having proved that the nnjtse-h
land waa In perrert condition we went into
a place to hide for a while.' We were weR
hidden too. Any ape would have bad great
uiuicuiiy in iiuuo.s in.
Destroyer Passed In Dark
"In the srternoott we started for the esses.
and you know bow the lau?r part of the trip
was made. The destroyers wore passed in
the dark. As soon as the man on the bridge
sighted the lights or the Ttminlns they
watched us closely and looked all around
for the submarine which passed them at a
distance of only a hundred yards. At tus
time the submarine waa submerged until
her decks were swash.
"Later when 1 reported to tne destroyer
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THE NORTH AMERICAN
Camp Pershing and Fort Bliss Edition
WOMEN RUN OUT OF THE
TENDERLOIN PLY THEIR
TRADES IN SHADY CAFES
PHILADELPHIA GRAND WRV SENDS PRI-
VATE DETECTIVE TO INVESTI-
After a three weeks' crusade against vice
private detectives under orders of the grsnd
Jury made a tour of shady cafes last night
and found former occupants or disorderly
houses tn the tenderloin openly plying their
trade among patrons.
in back rooms of saloons. In cabarets and
cafes frequented by woman the detectives
encountered women arreatad tn the lender
loin rsld ot July 1 and who are out on ball
awaiting trial circulating about with full
knowledge of the proprietors. Sixteen per-
sons rushed from the second floor of an
Kleventh street pisca when the detectives
were discovered and a near panic resultad.
Judge Rogers yesterday granted the Jury
another week's Usas in which lo continué Its
probe. SI i feuHrtaenU or high police orrt
rials bare virtually bees agreed upon. The
jury Is not inclined to hold ordinary po-
licemen responsible for conditions and will
probably recommend that the pay of patrol-
nten set detectives ha increased so that
they aaay easier abátala from petty grsfl
Big gssnWrrs are fleeing the city and going
tutu lading is seashore resorts ss She probe
AID NATIONAL GUARDS
chapters of the Pennsylvania
visum for national propers
iieiabborhood of I'lUaburfh.
prepsgeSnsss ut the
I Wjsjs u
WiTliaiueport and this city spent
supplies for troops weirs p
Uihese elites ru route to the
t he garment utung dipathasal feas m
.. ... on hand ready v seed
M ..re. . lor
els of flour for
u aliasa Bae Seen ohttlssd hy
sroissri A WIlsou .ompany of tht my
wtuch operates got Mlluourue nulls at suly
u.ird aud Market atreets. Ttss
u-.u unotied at Bag order M
t MCA aacssxTMiats as TS Beau
áaasssr JL hsstsfeet gas usssrst V M. t
and Sdtiert D kloer ot the Moris srsjsc
. .11 aseve Waesuaiy rer the Mealran hor
CHILD LABOR BILL
TAKEN UP FOR
Ciiai.ilirB.liin of Act Pidgin il to
Ptasant Interstate Commerce hi
Prod acts of Factorial Employ-
ing Children Is Bagan by Law-
RESTORED TO PROGRAM
AT REQUEST OF WILSON
Contention of Southern Demo
crats That Measure Is Uncon-
stitutional Transgression of
States Rights Combatted by
Supreme Court Decision.
By Associated Press.
Wsshlngton. August J. The senate lata
today began consideration or the bill to
pi event Interstate commerce In the product
of clilld labor. The measure waa restored
to a place on the lairtalatlve p roar am Tor
this session at the request of President
Wilson after the Pemocratlc caucus once
had decided to let It go over until De-
cember. Southern Democrats are the only
ioPBoncnts of the measure which Will be
kept before the senate until It Is passed
Senator Robinson. In presenting the bill
on behalf of the commerce committee told
Ms southern collesgues there was a strong
sentiment In favor of It In their states. He
read extracts from newspapers In North
and South Carolina Alabama. Oeorgia. Mia-
i aslr.ru and Texas favoring child labor leg-
Powers of Congress.
Answering contentions that the proposed
act would effect an unconstitutional trans
gression of the rights of the states the
Arkansas senator declared that under ne
cisión of the supreme court the power of
congress to regúlete commerce is complete
and absolute except as limited by the ron
stitutlon Itself; that the only limitation Is
the fifth amendment which provides that no
persons shsll be deprived of life liberty or
property without due process of law; that
the fourteenth amendment to tne consntu
tion Imposes the same limitation on tne
sutes as that Imposed by tne fifth amend
ment on the federal government; and that
"if the states In the exercise of the police
Dower eaa suppress evils of child labor
congress through Its power to regulate
commerce can prostate toe same end by
dwnvtnr tas clávatela of commerce to per
sons and enterprises in the interest or tne
that it could neo a trece perro rm.
"The tottery esses and the whits slave
cases decided by the aimrowcourL" J
acMesisaimn'tn thTtture 'oTpSlee' regut
lstlona through Its power to regulate com-
merce; that contras had as much power
to suppress recognised evils IB the condi-
tions surrounding the transportation or
manufacture of commodities through a reg
ulation of commerce as it has to accomplish
i same end after transportation has
rCDKBAL GOVERNMENT DOING
EVERYTHING POSSIBLE TO
PRKVENT THREATENED STRIKE.
bt Associated Press.
Washington. August 8 While the strike
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FRIDAY AUGUST 4 11.
AIDS CORPORAL'S WIFE
TO WHOM BABY IS BORN
THERE ARE THREE LITTLE GIRLS IN THE
FAMILY NOW AND ALLOWANCE
MUST BE INCREASED.
A new baby girl was born yesterday tc
Mrs. Stephen Fanning its Carpenter street
the wife of Corpora Fanning- of company
C Second regiment. This made three little
girls In the Fanning family and because of
the coat of medical attention etc.. the
mother had to make an appeal for addl
tlonel help to the cltlsens' soldiers' aid rcj
StattUtg St s week and today the
mson soap works where Fanning wet
employed contributed at. The relief com'
mlttee win rurmiss antedíale aid lo Ox
raSSi nn iBian par rener received ysster
dy amounted to east the largest yet for
single day. or this tase cense from as
Booth Philadelphia Snaasssi Men's asaseis
tlon. which has pledgee. 11.000
Nearly ISO oc
nearly lip 00 school lifasili have been
atwoaed in a ritywiee eaaapalga at
ushsrulllsti. which are deetroytaw the
asra or FWiaostpnia-s ireea. is oasMSBan.
stMuh will be earned jo by the department
of school lardeas opeas Mf Big
DOES NOT ANTICIPATE
TROUBLE WITH MEXICANS
señor Dos Eehjarso 8. Majlea. for Ove
yeera Chilean sai paseador at Wiibtsghgt
snd iwu tears ambssaador M Metí...
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íTIL.TIULIlü III UU1TI1HIÜÜIU11 IU I
Louis Cabrera Ignacio Bonillas
De Facto Government; President Wilson Has
Score of Names Under Consideration.
aehlngton August S. The final word
from General Carranca necessary to Initiate
organisation or a Joint commission for set-
tlement of border disputes Is expected to
reach Washington In a dsy or two and or-
rtclala believe the commission's dellbe ra-
tions mr.y begin within a week or ten days.
Official alinuuuceuieni in Mexico City to
day that Mexican commissioners already had
been selected was taken as a sign that the
American suggestions broadening the scope
or subjects to be considered at the confer-
ences probably had been accepted.
No Chelee or U. g. Commissioners.
While no formal comment was made at the
department there wat nothing to Indicate
that the three commissioners named.
Messrs. Luis Cabrera Ignacio Bonillas and
Alberto Paul would not be entirely ac
ceptable to department officials President
Wilson lias a score or men under consider
ation for appointment aa the American rep
resentatives but It la understood he had
not made a choice.
There are many Indications that a high
artsy offices will be one of those selected
by the president because or the military na-
ture of the problems to be considered. Ma-
jor General Ooethala baa been mentlond. The
other men under consideration include
members or the supreme court and men tn
close touch with commercial sad financial
Department officials have refused to dis
cuss what matters in addition to the mill
lery situation on the border they Seal re the
onsarnlistosi to treat.
Piass rial Aid for Mexico.
It is known however that the possibility
of arranging financial aid for the de facto
government will be talked over.
The commission's power will as only mat
recommends!).. whatever It may pro
pose either lor settling the border situation
for withdrawal of American troops from
Mexico or for any other purpose must bo
rsanod before It wlU be tn any wsg sand
ing upon either government
AUAiN raat en
MONTANA MILITIA AT JMPLCLAS.
Sg Associated Press.
aengiss. Arts . August . After s cetas
lion of snlpisa for two days. Mexteau rytsg
tn the brush shoot two miles west of Agua
Prists sad several hundred yards south of
the U.tenuUlui.sl boundary a
of the border patrol of the Baesad
ssfsatrv Tuesday night tbjs is us
to have bee unofficially reported to BrU
aster Passes! T V. Davis commanding the
Several bulls-is sr. said to have soasa se
H gall rally cause to sm
Being unal.1. u. t the
of tas guard
ansa Basse no repay
lee Pi it ii Threaten
f aI r I suti(s
ll- ...lire M
Aa Ice rasaste exlata atoasy the entire Art
Bass Mm... Inn I a. . ... dios k.
gat herder for which sos of the
pegar ts WSS was presstred-
Ths sosal tee sstagiaii' has
THE NEWEST CHILD
and Alberto Pani to Represent
cent more than Its rated capacity. Ice In
carload lots had been shipped from El Paso
until recently when the El Psao Ice com
psny notified the management of the local
plant that they could ship no more as tney
were having to bring lee from Port worth
to supply the trade there.
Misers Paid Off In Sliver.
All or the lsrge mining companies or So-
nora ara now paying their workmen in Mex-
ican silver which Is reported by Consul
Ives O. Lelevler to be crossing the border
here at the raw of ajxo pesos weekly. The
sliver is said to bo shipped from China and
India for many years the two chief board-
ers or Mexican pesos.
A recent Cerrante decree against exporta
tion or coined money will serve to keep this
money In the country and thus establish s
reserve the cousul said.
MILITIAMAN CHARGED WITH BENDIMS
FALSE REPORTS TO NEWSPAPERS.
Bv Associated Press.
Columbus N. M August a. Hugh Clarke.
a recruit or the Second Mtsaacnusetts in
fan try. was placed in tlie stockade tonight
for writing and sending to a noma paper an
article tn which be accused hit company or
neara of neaieenne the men.
This article was printed la Moiyose
ass. oa July ra. whereupon tne war de
partment sent the clipping to Columbus or-
dering s strict InvestlgsUon of the charges
Alter Questioning Clarke the omcers or
his regiment placed htm under arrest on the
charge or making raise sad misleading
assents. Tney say mat tas sgsmsr waa
given an opportunity to producá proof tn
supiK.rt of the charges contained In Ine
Fspapsr article but ranea ts sunstsnti
thetn. A general court martial has bee-
ordered ror tomorrow to sit St his esas.
nut vino sagsjoej rBESM maggs
IN Pl'RSt IT OT VILLA
By Associated Presa.
OasSSMaaa my. Mexico. August S rrssh
troops have been ordered into the pursuit
tonight General Fortunate May to MS with s
brigade of cavalry ass been or Sararí
make his way east rrom Duranco city to
Matabas snd there take bp the tasas. Oes
eral Huerta Vargas who. with a brigada
reached here today hss bass
t.BUNSSSg LftAN PAILS
By Associated Press.
New-York August i Ncgouau.Mi. for s
hy Autartcsn bankers who
sg the ait
foruiod lour rsr.
asura tase of casta have retted. M I usan
knowp sera tonight In a letter to te
al Washington the Seal
have reviewed Mas whok
costras of the negotiation sod. us fast Ma)
pragiiii stat asssaatsjty eouM sot he ar-
ranged op sattafartory terms The C Intel
hsa'aisa'as' to the "assess1
cerpuasygnp. wtth. watch it bed .loss rets
ITALIAN SHIP SUNK;
Of Total of 170 Aboard Only 28
Survivors Reported Rescued;
Torpedoed by Submarine.
London Aug. 4 1:15 a. tn The Italian
mall steamer I.etimbro hss been sunk hy
a submarine and twenty -sight survivors
have arrived at Malta says s Renter dis
patch from that piare. Two boatloads or
survivors also have arrived at Syracuse.
The I.etimbro carried a crew or nrty-
seven. snd her passengers numbered lit.
It Is believed that a large number of them
lost their lives. The passengers Included
women and children.
Survivors report thst a submarine was
observed st a distance of about . me
tres. It fired a warning shot snd then
gave chssa firing continuously for half an
hour. Il finally overlook Use Lllhilro
which had begun to lower hosts.
"The submarine" adds the dispatch
continued Its bombardment smashing five
boats the occupants of which perished.
Borne or the survivors say that many were
killed by shell Pre"
All the Italian crew or the brig Hobalio
torpedoed by an Austrian submarine have
arrived at Malta. p
LLOYD'S REPORTS MANY
STEAMERS SI NK.
London Aug. I. Lloyd's reports that the
following vessMs hsve been sunk:
Ktoamer Bror osear. Swedish. MB tons;
rate or crew unknown
Steamer Vermland Swedish 13 tons; rate
' crew unknown.
Steamer jno. Wilson Norwegian 77
tons; crow saved.
Brigantina Margaret Sutton British trr
tons crew saved.
Several trawlers also have been sunk.
HERMAN SUBMARINE SINKS
Copenhagen via London.' Aug. 1 ThS
Pellllken reporta that the Danish learner
ketholni. l.MI toss has been sunk by a
asan submarine in the Mediterranean
The crew was saved.
District Court Justice
in Mexico Are Appointed
Sg Associated Presa. j .
Mexico rny. August i Justices of dis-
trict courts throughout lbs Menean re-
public were named today. Courts In the
rederal district were opened today The
others will be opened aa soon aa possible.
Commission to Consider
of Railroads in U. S.
By A. seriated Presa.
Miahiaglia August .
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gets the rastreas MIsaMas ssstaBBtg
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a asaetease si ara asadera aeeustsr New
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SEEK BALANCE OF
POWER IN STATES
Will Pat Up Electorate Ticket in
Each State Where Nucleus
af Fatty Rssmeiae.
Repudiates Action of National
Committee in Sale to CO. P.
as Base Breach of Trust.
By Associated Presa.
Indianapolis Ind.. August a. Plans for
the reorganuation and the perpetuation of
the Progressive party aa a natelonal politi-
cal organisation were adopted tnnirht at a
conference of Bull Moose reprnsentativea
here. The conference after a heated dis-
cussion decided It would be Impracticable
at this late data to reassemble the pro
gressive national convention and rill the
vacancy on the national ticket caused hy
Theodore Roosevelt's declination of the
nomination instead the organisation win
put up an electorate ticket in every state
where there Is the nucleus or the organls-
attnn lert. bearing the name of John M.
Parker of Louisiana nominee for vice
president. In the hops of electing perhaps
enough presidential electort which might
prove the balance of power in the event
close contest between the two other
parties. Among the states In which this
plan will be carried nut are Loulslans
Maryland. Indiana. Missouri Wisconsin
Michigan. I!tah. North DAota and Minne
sota. I. H. Hopkins or New Jersey was'
chosen treasurer of the rehabilitated Bull
Moose party and Matthew Hale of Massa-
chusetts vice chairman or the national
committee will be In active charge of the
Eireelive Commute Appointed
An executive commute of It members
will be named by Vice Chairman Hale to
cooperate with the it members or the na
tional commute who refused to vote for
the endorsement of Charles E. Hughes at
;hlcagn June m tn rehabilitating the party.
This committee will meet after the Novem-
ber elections to formulate plans for the
perpetuation of the party.
Theae plans may Include some kind or
an amalgamation with the Prohibition So-
cialist or Woman's parses. The following
statement was issued by the conference:
Breach of Trust
"To the progressives or the country:
"At a national conference or the party
held today In the city or Indianapolis at-
tended by representatives or n stales a
resolution was unanimously adopted con-
demning the action or the Progressive na
tional committee on June ti. as an illegal
usurpation or authority not conrarred upon
it hy the recent convention of the party de-
nouncing its action sa a breach or trust
and repudiating the tstne In every respect
"Men whom we have delighted to honor
attS BsSB whom see would have delighted ta
mllow hsve tyo; nrrfy shendoner) the pgr-
ty's cause but have sought to sacririre Its
future and to compromise the dignity or Its
Individual meinhershlp by a collusive un-
dertaking with the Republicans to deliver
our party strength to the Hapuhllcan party
The course or the national committee has
been repudiated tn every state where there
hss been free discussion snd action.
"This conference Is the culminating pro-
test of the party sgalnst the treasonable te-
tempt to put it out or existence ts a na-
tional party and to deliver Its vote to the
Wot Boston mt
Camp Pershing and Camp Cdtton Edition
BOSTON MASS.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4 1111.
CHARLES BAXTER MAKES
SAYS CERTAIN LAWYERS GOT IN MON-
EY EOS THEIR SI PPOHKD INFLUENCE
WITH THE EXCISE BOARD.
Charles 8. Baxter political manager of
Governor McCaU makes the charge that
the real reason for the opposition of Bos-
ton liquor dealers to the Democratic ticket
In the isst campaign waa their disgust with
the blsckmall of certain lawyers who un-
der the administration W Governor Walsh
were getting Jarge sums or money ror sup-
posed Inrtuescs with the excise board.
Baxter says that be la ready to sub-
stantiate his statement with facta If nec-
essary. Coming on top of the Gow state
ment and following a day of dentals snd
explanations his charge la by all means
the atost ttnssiineal giotlspsaaat in the
It la understood that Governor McCaU
Is In possession or the facta shout the sit
ustión butted at by Mr. Baxter and la
ready to back up his lieutenant.
BOY HAS MIRACULOUS
ESCAPE PROM DEATH
Guy Amrhem. a three year old South
Boston boy. wss sent flying frosn tas satas
his rather to lead beau first on tas
bridge yesterday afternoon when the au-
torooblla In which Way were riding sínica
broadside by soother machine yet the boy
has only s few scretcase OB tat rtsat sios
or sis rsce.
His father. Adam J Amrbstn. 1MB col
ulúa rood. South Boston though not
thrown rrom the ear hss a broken rib and
contusions of lbs right erbow These -
Jurtaa resultad rrom the fores which ha
was svrows asara it tas atas or ass sue-
neau or Un- machine
PSARBON IU st CCEEU COLE.
Last night before leaving fur tus vaca
Uoo toe governor snoouncoO. shst he had
tamed oar doer w Pearson to sesgas
Adjutant General 'Sartas B Get. Has sea
was rurtaprry sSjuMM asteare. tSMhtr Sse-
ernor loss but tost Ms pía when See-
amor Welsh had the Wiapsar tarta aSre-
a sied and insisted upan Batatas his own
choice as bead or the uultlta.
eeSB ANB RES SMI
avers and Sad
runt altor ysetavSsy s double seeder
u.csnusti South wen. The trouble
ed during tSa gagas snd Erara wss seel
to MM club bouse ThS scrsg after ths
same wss a regular scrap. Brers now
aaya he wants tea relates stall u
luttsndsn (or sell lap gag eats ttss
OF OLD WORLD
First Lord of British Adrniralte
Declares Consequences of Seat
Fight Materially and Morally
Cannot Be Overlooked by Stu-
dents of Titanic Straggle.
GERMAN FLEET DRIVEN
BACK AND BOTTLED UP
Tide of Entente Success Begins to
Flow Strongly From Moment of
Britain's Naval Victory Over
German Emperor; Blockade
By Associated Frees.
London. August S.-The first lord or the
admlhaity. A. J. Bairour has Issued s
statement Tor publication in the course or
which he sags:
"The second anniversary or the British
declaration or war provides a fitting oppor-
tunity for a brier aurvey or the nsval sisa-
atlon. The consequences material and
moral or the Jutland battle cannot be ass-
overlooked and an allied dtnlomaSst
assured me that he considered It the turn
ing point or the war.
Tide ol treces
The tide which had long coased to help
our enemies began rrom that moment tn
now strongly in our favor. This much at
Icatt Is true that every week which has
passed since the Herman fleet was driven
in. o port has seen new successes for the al-
lies in one part or other or the Held of
operations. It would be an error to sup-
pose the naval victory changed the situ-
ation. What It did was to confirm it.
'Before the Jutland battle as sfter. tho
lierman neel was Imprisoned. The battle
was an attempt tn break the bars and burst
the confining gales. It failed and with its
failure the high seas fleet sank again Into
Germans Clslm Victory
"The Hermans claim Jutland as s victor
hut In essence they admit the contrary
since the object of a nsval battle is to ob
tain command or the sea. It Is certain that
Germany lias not obtained that command
whilst Orea Britain has not lost it Tests
of this assertion are easy to apply. Has
the .grip of the British blockade relaxed
since May til Has It not on the contrary
"The Germans themselves will admit the
Increasing ilirrtcuUy of importing raw nv
TiSfi ii "triiif i ni T tui"' p.. .
their invectives sgalnst Great Britain.'
Mr. Balfour argue that ir thev had
themselves on the snv tn nHtrUilh n--the
Germans would not have so Innülv ad-
vertlsed the Deutschland incident the
whole Interest or which In German eyes.
Was to prove their ability to elude the bar-
rier raised hy the British Meet between
them and the outer world. As ror proof
or the '"impotence" or the Herman rieet
Mr. BalTour points hi the ever Increasing
now or men and munitions rrom England
pouring across the channel to France.
"It has reached colossal . proportions" he
continues" Us effect on the war may wall
be seen. Never has U been more secure
(Continued on Paga Two.)
SEVEN NEW CASES OP
REPORTED IN BOSTON
TOTAL ar 1M CASES HAVE BEEN RE-
PORTED THERE SINCE
r JULY I.
The slate board or health reported
cases or mrantiie paralysis yester-
day. The total In the state since July l
Is 1st cases. No new ones ware reportad
tn Boston yesterday.
The esses reported by tin stale board
or health are aa rol lows:
Smells Stelay or SM Last Main street.
Fall River kasmiem Piles ar or tag North
Front street. New Bedford. Catherine Don-
ohue im Andorsr street Lawrenee; Rus-
sell Nelson i Schoflel.i avenue. Dn.ilsv.
Leon Parent. It Seneca street. Indian or
chard Springfield . Howard Hurgan M Leb
anon street springrield; John kelther
Abbott street Oreenrield. One IiiisMbSS
ana twenty -six esses Bars been
since July I. '
CITIZENS OP WARD 16
WILL PILE PROTEST
Roxbury cuneas or ward l held a aseas
meeting Wsdaeedsy eveutng st the club
bouse er the Roxbury cuisens' league. BP)
Humboldt svenue Sotbury to take action
with reference to the unfair rsprssBBSMMRl
allowed to ward l by the rs districting
A eonunlltee or three consisting of At-
torney Alexander k Roes president of
the Roxbury Cltlsens league á herein L.
Cook vice president or the Hoibury His-
tories! society gad Adolph K a urn wars
appointed to sseear In court mis morning
i.i Ute dh
TWO DROWNED WHEN
ONE DIVES PROM CANOE
Dllag rrom a oaaoe un Beaver Lake a-
asrstajr stnrnlns oust the nvss of WUitaat
J. Hlggtna. of T Bolton street. South Boa
loa. sad George a. Must ot tata town.
Both r drowned
rss ataa u. aetaisg iwna set .ui st
pasto la a roes
.toed to swim
unable to awtnt
as puiid dowu hy
BrtSpsport'T Lyon g
New Lotusus t. Lawrenee L
Perused 1. SSTttorsVjI.
SB HSWIe 4 asTtjsssjffDat i
wsraagssr ti. LosreU
Ma ajkast a aa M M sew pn
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 36TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, August 4, 1916, newspaper, August 4, 1916; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth198452/m1/1/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.