El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 37TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 7, 1917 Page: 1 of 12
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THE METAL MARKET
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p( rwe wgiww
UTW i CAT
WW Tai rTOsbly fair today ud
Wr '' "tfetlco. Todsy Bad tonynrroW.
fair; wtrmer today.
Arltont.-Tody and probably tomorrow
fair; ao-newkat warns lodsy.
EL PA3Q TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 7. 9VT
ENGLISH SECTION TWELVE PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
GREAT CENSUS OF AMERICAN MANHOOD DISCLOSES FEW SLACKERS
D EST R 0 Y E R TOR N A D OES
Report Fran Storm-Swpt Sec-
tion of Missouri and Kansas
Official Report of First Month's
Work is Sibmart Inretl
Waters Shows Uncle Sai
Men Ara Strictly on the Job
at AO Timas.
U-Boats Sighted and Forced to
Beat Hasty Retreat. Though
No Formal Battles Have as
Yet Occurred; Escorting Ves
sels From Home Favorite
Bv Associated Press.
The British Port Bise of tho American
Flotilla rla London Juno .TI Amort
can destroyers nave completed their nrst
month of active service in the great war.
They bare been favored with excellent
weather which Is a bis factor In anti
submarine warfare. Most of the time
they have bad sunny skies and smooth
10 put their seamanship to teat. Toe fav
orable weather conditions make their
task of learning the lechnlque of Butt
submarine warfare much simpler and
Work Band in Baad Watt British
Tho American boats are assigned to work
band in band with the British squadrons
being virtually assimilated Into the Brit
ish naval machinery bore. A destroyer
la usually out from four to five days
then returns to port for two or three days
while coaling -and loading supplies. Thus
every American sailer gats at least a day
leave practically every .'seek. .
The Americana take their turn with tile
British boat In alt routine work of patrol
and convoy. Tho work largely routine. Is
Interesting and the Americans have never
Show Twenty-four An Dead
and Mora Than ISO Injured;
PiujiartJ Loas Millions.
For Third Tima in Little Orar
Two Weeks Elements Cut
Swath Through 111 - Fated
States Leaving Death and
Devastation in Its Path.
KAISER: Lend Him io Me Sam- There Are a Feu) More Universities in Belgium My Governor Are
a Ashamed lo Destroy.
ansas City. June 6. For the third tira
thin two weeks tornadoes laat nbrbl and
early today spread death anil destruction
inrougn rural districts or Missouri era
Kansas. Reports from tho stricken dis-
tricts tonight snowed fifteen to bare besa
killed lq Missouri and nine in
erty damaged place it anywhere from
11000000 10 i(X0U0. .
The greatest loss or life waa In Bonne
county. Mo. where eleven persons porlsb-
in Carroll Charlton add nay counties
four are dead. In Kansas tho deaths to-
talled eight in the counties southeast and
west of Topeka and one was killed at
Savonburg near lola when a tornado
appeared early today.
The greatest loaa of lire at any single
point was at Ccntralla Mo. Five died in
the destruction or about fifty houses
within the city and two were killed near-
by. More than a score were Injured. Re
port rsriy tonigni indicated tost
narsons Were Injured In nearby towns
and the surrounding country.
WWraMTY DAMA OK IN KAN
srasi eight persons
Íei m.iiim. iw niimwiuiwiwt mated In excess or aj.ooo)oy. The storms
anda i he lookout roast be constant and struck Kansas in Oree distinct areas
eyes must be trained to an uubclleyable one through Wabaunsee Shawnee en1
degree or keenness. The young Americans Jefferson coootlr. killing four; the sec-
take tealously to this buslneaa or fuming ond to the southwest corner of Douglas
the periscopio necille In the nautical hay- county killing three and the third In
stack and dally reports of submarines Neosho county killing one. National
sighted of observations made of wire- guardsmen hare been called out to patrol
Iris warnings sent broadcast show that the stricken regions.
uniy. as .isa
PROF. VINSON PLANS
TO KEEP UNIVERSITY
RUNNING TWO YEARS
Seek to Gat to Next Legislature
By Private Subsoription;
as the long experienced BrIUsh boats with
which thev are operating.
Ne Actual Battle Vet
Hiere lias been no actual battle as yet
between an American destroyer and the
enemy although several reporta (how that
U-boats have been sighted and have beso
compelled to beat a nasty retreat to the
depths of the sea.
An assignment to convoy a liner "from
borne" that la from an American port.
Is regarded as an especially cholee morsel.
A Iran.- Atlantic liner Which sights the
American rla approaching to escort her
lo land neve
known deed are
Samuel Archer sad Abuse Adams both
jonn winter nmoni.
John Elliott. Maridé.
John Bacheller. Mrs. Tlfnmie Monroe
and Thomas Monroe her son all of Cain
W. H. Oatmeau Erie.
are known to bo dead two nrnbabl
fatally injured and a dozen others hart
to lamí never rails to resoond with a
treat waving of flags sad haudkorchlers
ir her fieeks. and Ibera Is a fhaa eat-
(Tiange of wig-wag signals ta Ilea of
handshakes. Several American liners can
already testily to the vigilant work or the
American destroyers aa convoya. Occa-
sionally a fortunate liner finds herself he-
lug escorted to port by American and
uriti.h ic.trnvers side bv side. Mrfillnr
about her like twin sisters a visible sign
or the new alliance.
Head for ihtty ea Arrival.
The American boats were ready tor duty
the ui.uul tney arriveu. mis waa some
tiiinir .r a nleaaanl anrnriae. for She Brit
Ish naval man. It had bean expected that
some thoe would be necessary for certain
installations and lutings but the Ameri
cans had everyuung tu reanimas
at once assigned to work.
Share Leave Bewerows.
Bunts leava l.-ieoerous on U
ran ion and the American sailor la con-
BlanUy ui evidence In this village m thai
loutilrysido roundabout and in a nearby I
city wnero more metropolitan ptnesurca
are available than in the restricted limits
of this little pise. The people
towns hare taken the American
and his strangely gpaadfltfifi way riaht
into their arms. The -A menean sailor seems!
always to nava money wmen la not so
strange when It Is cooaldead that bu rata
of pay is considerably higher than last
oi ine nriiisn tar.
"The American sets S dollar every time
B get a shilling" Is s oos-uaoo expres
an aaaon? ine aamirmi
m of the American sail
or showing his opulence la Ms habit oi
ci ways traveling iirat a asa oat asa raiiroao
viwicn tases mm irons waa village op
lbs city a trip of a few aaOss. The ex
Test Is only s few pence bi
or Idea of r common sailor
elaaa atrlkaa the noonlaca
and audacious maneuver worthy the
the vUltor an
easy mark toon learned
bsrwrar for he ta istrtnaa
tooled twice and quickly Meras to nasa ant
value for hi inoney. Tea time In the vtl
lase now has aa American flavor ha I
the little lana sad shops sad rarther af leU
even well man the wonderfully areas
countryside and along the cliffs which
lemmo the seamen of the pajlaartea alona
the BOdsoa encborare. on may raid any
' sailors drinking their tea and swapping
yarns in trae team an ty fashion. The Amer-
Icsnolckly acamaste hawavtOftotha
hie and tatlsfartury nbetttnta ro other
Ihonsanal ajad osas i
tras mind baa been
There am other places where eas away
now always rand luasia of Mua-uatT
wwavja aam iiiBiis tana aa awa
injured between J
MEAGRE REPORTS FROM BPRINGFIEU).
By Associated Press.
spnngrieia mo. june e seven persona
ere killed and much damage done la
and Norwood. All wires are
only meagre reporta' have come from the
HTORM STRIKES' KENTUCKY.
Br Associated Press.
uenirsi uty ay. juna a. rive persona
are known to have been killed and about
twenty others went injured by a storm
which late today wrecked a large part of
Barter a mining town four miles from
i. tieecae partiea nave toas to
clonic intensity that a waul aver
lower Michigan today caused the deaths
pi aa least urea persons injuries to near-
stag and other cities suffered consider
able property demit.
By Associated Press.
Baltimore. Juna A A violent had
rainstorm swept from Baltimore through
age estimated a million dollars.
Seventh Man Arrested
in Keet Kidnaping Case
Bt ftiawrirtsad rtni-
ler waa thougbt to have
Walker's arreat waa the
under arrest in cosinectlon
rsaaastnua with the
. la none of
opmeol. . 7il
ttaas ataca he a
Mrs. Keit -the
portea on tas '
phtg today a
IMPORTATION MILLIONS OF
OF BOLD TO MEN AWAIT
AMERICA CALL 10
Great Gain of Yellow Metal
Which Has Grown Monthly
For Orar Two Yawn Give
Way to Outward Flow Which
May Continue in Small Lata
For Some Time.
Special to the Morning Times
Austin Tex.. June . Tit university
In. meaaaata of the board or reventa.
ntnamyeay. os ine ex-emaenta
held a lour conference with J.
D: W-Woodwa. Jr. president and
AuaUn cltlxens are greatly srouaed at
occasioned ny ine
P. Tmal ae w
the turn or affairs
governor films- with
state his veto of the
Dm secretary of
i remrai euucauonai appropriati
ReprasenttUre business men held a
' retenta va o nenia the
donssjons. Mo defl-
nntverattv on nrlv
mm action waa
raaee Ot-erirares Poaslble.
Rumors which cannot be confirmed are
that pean overtures are savin to be
made and that In that event the governor
aald that s committee of faculty of the
uuiverauy waa woraing on a pian ror
maintaining the university until the thir-
ty -sixth legislature meets. Dr. Vinson ea
sing coairaence mat sue legislature
i maae provision lor communis tnj
university on a normal basis." Cootlnu
Ing Dr. Vinson said:
Dr. VlBsen'a Sltlemrnl.
"To close the university Tor two vears
would all hut kill iu The faculty would
u lape rae. trainuuiis wuuiu ne nroacn
studenlt wuuld form affiliations elan.
where or srve ud their aann-atlana res
college course. The university must run.
It Is reported In Austin that the governor
does not Intend to permit the use of the
university buildings to the institution
may ne oliera ten Dy suoscrrpiions. never-
meaaaa. the commiiice believes that with
the co-operation of the people through-
out Texas the university can and will
existence unbroken. The family la
terminad to a man that nothing which if
can do to continue she unrrvraliy tkali
vale Pat aa ApyreairiaUsa.
Ooveraor Farsuaea'a velo of ihe
veratvy secuou oi ine
appropnaiion bin w
Win the secretary of
item in me section t
for ine iirat year
eeoond year for the
F.l Paao. The other
legialalure for Ihe unlva
Mtatl.9u for the
inca nat horn rued
ana wnn ror ins
second year s r
MUM. for the two ft acal veer a.
mar the Item ror the ar.Be at of minos
which the governor approved tha total
aaaoaaa vetoea ay an gmvrnor la !-
e. wnicn nen uern npnronn
tha unlvereity proper sad the
branch of which ammiot ).
first year ana eaas.ssj.ao
Italy's War Aims Told
by Member of Mission
By Associated Presa.
College Men of City
Unanimously Rally to
Support of Texas "U"
RKhitioi Adopted Condemning Action of GoTevnor FerviMon
in Vetoing Appropriation Bill; Speakers Brand Him
a nuHory worn uenMtgosjva.
aaaaad of our eaasll-
tlaa a Well aa the aeeds el our pe-
aln reanilre Ike realawanee af the
"That we Sealers tad eaaaaaaa .the
tdha at the governor I Ibis aSste
tetara far eMlhmetre'or out oal-
TfSt we eaaaaaead Ihe sellan or
smti 'aáaUitaaaaa at Pi Seify kava
auardaS ear university tram the al-
taalta af all apolisme and Its Ber
tram the. temper
of Texan to
tudenta of the
of other unit
last Thursday nlarlii
Bennington. At tha rajanaat ofa)
aTtíC?; i ESS? .SnUfflfc teBÍ. rnírtr
"H! ÍSÍ iH? 2 Wf. fi'? ?!!" acotnprehátii
tateals Work Way Tbreusb.
While not a ml versify man. former
Hensior W. W. TO may declared no one
could reel mora keenly man did be tha
condition that confrontad the aUteNunlver.
ally. -It alaoh'lid3ared. "it a nastier
that seriously arrecia the entire people or
the state. Aa much aa we might regret
to atatd It this question Is a political one.
a his action the governor thought he
annealed to a Brass malorltr at the
people of the sum. His
resolution was uusnl-
at Ihe meetlna of fonner
University or Texas men
ervllies. and men who. al-
aarvsTsttr mea were; repr
fama held Wednesday nirni
airier of the tl Paso uni
The meeting was called by II. . Ooen
to propose soma plan If possible where-
by the stale uujveralty could be .kept
running despite The governor's veto of
toe governor s aa-
waa cbaractertud aa
on his nan to raav at
treat 'common' mass of
ator. Speake'ra owlaréd
lo friends close as the
talad tha rovernor ra.
hia veto or Urn untverate
is was one of the most pop-
he bad yet made. Judging
uirm of protest from local
a or me university and
cnlerialnlnr a Uiourht uf valn-
ilical agrrandlxement by cutting
WeaaiaaUlheres a). ef T. Ctaa
I beca hi lunoh
I Mttarly dnJaod
iitnoa towara me
Hon la tola respect
Sata inuoVf itathe
paaaed by thai
rail section waa I VBraj
total of St.-1 be
did not salar the war ror
r annexations he aald.
T-. -nSSTrnTSm woman head ha- Si VLSt SXTL
?t-ar vmzTz. cam-
rerga as ptvetrauoa. las Board of EdaisMUa has Miraai taa
B fL'igK-T. mJ&JZ:
levy Olivia Iteeaaedy
am lan. Mas say.
lor two years.
junont tsar suggestions niacie pj
which the uaTversity might be kept ran
law despite tb act Ion or the governor
Was the oas that war banda balar unr
JMe and moneys it was thought cvmiQi
roughout vita atste it arta Meas)
xta Butnetaatt w iinanre ino tnxt
ty until eaoher governor and an
tan money advanced would
rsairai. ia the event that It was
not the atavia Hit waa. it would lie well
Deplore Unalo of tlajteraaia.
Ahnoaa lo a nasa. Iba Ibouahi fjiat tha
university naiafet have to be closed was
wouu reaun nt auu uru
tnrown out o
jm sludanu betas
bead at AaatJn. Mtarday. w. W. Turwar.
V. . loan iuHe J. M. Oemta a M.
podiay B. K. Tnoaaaaon. Robert L. Hot.
Uday. Dr. Felix Mill r Victor Moon and
Votasy M. Brava vas named as adp-
rataa from El Paao to attend the maatrat
Tha salea aaatnii ia no limited to thoaa.
fhs mvaufloo behtt eilendoJ to all rrteada
not' or whether they area
rttl'tZk.tZ: c5' taTuS'
After caUtaw Use eatlat aa order Mr.
Ooen aaxUkwd Ms purpose and staled
he woaaj Be (tea to Bear rrom sayeee
Wairsstr Sana alien Crate.
"The stluaOun chat eaaafroou tha
swan or the
a as reaannaniy cat law taa governor
not call aa extra asestan of Das la rla
ara. I hope it ta st mcatvabt that
ire ar rape ata wan accede ea toa
aa governor a etso nope
iu were woi
might have to
atatemmit to the
of tha bora attend
.way through. The
atlc. and every oae
hat tha Boreroor
on the matter.
Texas" he continued
ins. Tha university
placed In a position whera (l
would never be eompallad to ask favors
of any on. Until that la dona It win
always be pltved with by cheap poIIU-
clana. ft la almost Ineoneelvable that a
men could strike down what Is considered
tria very capstan of educstlon in this
xtat. fat we fiad s nun who Is willing
to Dlay with It tn advance his chances
for. the United States aenata. I came hi
wiin one oi ine ra-
the governor avl-
oune a popuisr
naca aos say
not haa consulted as lo
Two Little Children
Show Court How They
Killed Their Father
By Associated Press.
I meant Okla. June . The rour
motherless and now flbcrlea child-
d'.'y L!d' VufifVW
S&ni rnTrde'rof Wiatnar
at a. Ir asleep
f was fa university con-
i coaatltutlon of this tale
amended that the university
I so by every dollar' provided by
asm mat bbbi me legislature
aaa mat win nevar ha until this
MM to be governor."
Eulaalxea far. B. L Vhaa.
sasstor Turoey euloglted It K. Vinson
mtmt of the university. "I would
rther" ha declared "although I am. S
atrunr Daaaocrat-teo thousand times rath-
er see a Republican aiectod than to have
X is that muLave to pul upwití
o asan In una átate anooid ever ha
allowed to prosper by each a dastardly act
tas unrveraiiy out or ouai-
t. C. etanlab one of the local labor
ladera annnnnred Che Inesl nnlMii Him
predicted the governor's action would
sons to Has un'.veralty. I believe tha la-
boring organisations will protest as
wviw ne ywe ou. a ns aurpriaea as
rraat staw Insutotlon aged paver expect
to profit by It."
Vkaaaa Mas tlBt Aattlty.
R. M. tiodiey. one of El Paso's repre-
iotatltea to the lagislature naa on the
MBSéé HSOa SMfUS Ik. mii.i.ii..
ran. ne aeciarea in
vmaon e Ba
mm. sr. vine
cota to adestré and respect
nle-ned each item lo the rameal fisi at each
adoptad ha htfa. It wa laser sstiptad bjr
-Itmd on rag two.)
AUractiota at EI Paao
aB&Ssu-Hwvtaa: Barki a fhaarit
-"liiviux Batha n CB
Bijou. "A Racklaas Hoaueo" '
Majaaue.-. a. raer tun.
i It the oldest or the
sad it. va tha court
dve account of the In.
two younger children
nr 'bto'pÁX B
'Wilkatsqn rrnquently swore at them
but that thoy received whippings not
more rrsquenily than other children
of tlielr truualiitance.
Handed a double barreled shotgun
With a request 10 show the court bow
thalr nthsr was killed. Ruby pointed
Hap gun at a hat bung on a nearby
chair while tittle Otto narafwaad
and rhewlnr gum calmly pulled the
If Ihe little ones
Mighty Roll of Honor of Ameri
can Manhood Begtna to Reach
Washington From State
Where Count of Tueday'
FnnOrnaty Has Been Cora.
While Cessation of Shipment I
Conaidered Novelty at TbJt
Time Official Believe Sign
Healthy One; Further Accre-
tion Might Bring Inflation.
Official Figure Yet Too Scanl
For Accurate Estimate of To-
tal Number Responding; Ex-
emptions to Be Conaidered
leaUfled they .had gone to their rath-
uiuvr urotner ore enunrrn sain iney
had nerved themselves surrirlenlly to
commit the crime.
Mrs. Wirkarson died last January.
Exercise All Functions' of
ny Associated Press.
sronaiaot june e a p. in. via London
June 7. The kronstadt secessionist ad-
ministration now I fully organized tod
exercising all administrative military so-
cial and economic runctloua of an inde
pendent government. ' .
The supreme executive A a governing
am so ara
workmen including one woman who was
elected from among the factory hands
and also one representative each of the
local socialist organization..
uiumaie auinnrity reals m a parna-
so! of SO members elected by ihe sol
diers aaltora and workmen with three
repreeenlativ of each socialist organiza-
tion and tare women factory hands who
are aald to be extremely active aocUl
workers and actbualaalic prouarandlata.
tbs party grvaptags tn the parliament
reany ar clearly defined. The social
wolutJntlsrtaa doanlnate in the aeneral
peiiacal sjnaatloa. la pdrauaaca of tha
kronstadt program of discouraging dom-
inant personaliues aa being dangerous lo
the liberty the government hat no minis-
ters. All departmental work Is ddae by com-
missions Iba members or which are to
asrs eauai power. Tear are coaamii-
sides rosembtint peuy war mlnutrias
wnicn control uta actions of in military
and navei coaaaxsradara who are all lo
cally elected : and aleo a general revistan
commission axsrciamt taa runeuona oi
a controller general wnicn win enaevt
tip aipendttura aad the work of depart
mental coenmtsaions. The government
publishes aa official aawspaper with re-
ports of ta debata la piniament and
Two Parties in Canada
Appear to Have Failed
on Coalition Cabinet
and Sir WUfrl
M MA. O. h nlUa O. Mil
formation of a coa
rvpraaeoutiva of the ran
imam. Coalition aa Bra-
r par ib parpo or
taa bin for caamul-
aaiitsi to larnreu remtorca-
a BDjüoo Canadians at tha
ureal Bcatinty to the cxamptilsory aarv-
evatopea a tasar or-
dltsautfsrtion also has
ara bellaved ta
runny to at
By Associated Press.
.inflingí june r America's great
sain or gold which has grown with
most every month ror two and omfhair
years has cosaco. Oold importations
hav Hopped altogether and Ihe flow
begun Ihe other way with Indications that
it will continua In comparatively small
volume ror some time. The turning or
Urn tide comes at a time when the conn
try apparently races the greatest Indus
trial period or Its history rreatar offl
dale bell eve than the last it months
which witnessed the establlaluntht of
sc.ooi ooo.ono record lor American exports
Retarded fwallby Develegmcel.
Cassation or gold Imports to settle trad
balances when irado balancea aro heavier
than' over before against foreign huyera
Is virtually a novelty In American rinanre.
On the whole it la regarded a a healthy
development; t further accretions might
tend toward Inflation. AH forelrn par.
Chisa win be paid far. of
IBVS 4BTral form Um
J ads by money furnished tha busara
the United Stale and obtained by lb
notation or bend issuer
Neutral nations will continue to teme
thalr balance largely with told. Neu-
trals having trade balance against the
United mates orrtclsls believe will call
for settlement by the export of gold rrom
Reeeet tar Halomrnl.
Evidences of litis Intention are manliest
In recent gold shipments lo Japan. Hpain
and Mexico. Japan's trad balance last
year ettlnat the United stales wta .
ikiiki ror lb flral nine mouth or tin
iresrni ritesi year it is tu.ouoooo. Thn
iniied mate wig thip approximately
t0onm in gold to Japan this month
and probably fto.umif to Spain.
lug ameodmanla to the reaarve art
are designed to strengthen the board's
powers to retard gold exports. Before
tho tide turned the United Slate hid
eomiate gl.lfl.ooonoo in gold about
one-tbirii- or Hie world's total. Treaaury
flfurea Just cnmiilled show thai during
av the country exported taaMOO more
told than it húporiat.
thf.ahury ceiit ish 1 1 eh ron
LIBERTY LOAN OVERSI BtCRrtEO
TMIRD TIME TN X WECka.
or Associated Praia.
or. Amerli'sii manbtuKl nail begun to reach
ViTsahlngtoii tonight rrom the stste.s thai
had KMpiated llielr count or the men of
military age registered yesterday. At f
lato hour only low roliiru had bran re-
ceived but preliminary unornrlsl return!
worn suincient io snow uiai minions ui
ahowad that the cenaos - bureau
aiigtnie nan not been eipianeii
entire deficiency of
sending in ine uriii
Will ReIM rlnfl
In some of ttlese cttli
as In progress today ihe (Homey rcn-
nvro ine action oi ito-
eral Crnwder In author-
out Haw me liumoert
i c I Ilea aluno had ex-
would wipe out the
s racistrtuon sti
IpiX. "to peril
too measure aa o
part rfaB taev now
aeooaa. The ra l
BMmuracluring anal otbai
of the country bat strung
l but until the
record of tho tieat manu-
s are euuuueien re-iuita
on camiot be-gauged ac-
WMbhlgtOD June n. I or the Uilrd lime
within six weeks an offering of nutnooi
IR trtuury cerUllcati't or Indelifdness
coo varum uno iimrty man rx
baarln a lower rale or Inaarest
issue tiseir has neon neavuy
Jkauno. waa utaead thrnneh
tenerai reserve uanaa.
The eitant of oyer-ubcrlptlrm of the
latest issue la estimated as high as one-
third. The last Issue was over-subscribed
approximately to per cent
Nukarrlplloaa Book Close.
Boe.ua of Ihe quick response. Ihe
subscription hooka wer closed today
ahead of time. The lean wis offered
June I. Another Issue of (WJC.txx.OOO of
Reports of subscriptions to tho liberty
loan today showed gratifying protr.
bul indicated that much fiad to be ee-
compiished y at to bring the hut over
subscription which officials hope will
alanalli America's first bonds.
The Carman Human ratbolle Khlght of
Ht. Oeorge with headquarter at PlttS-
In bond and taa rVtmisn American Pub-
lishing oompany. of Celambtis. Ohio. Si
B. wiÍ'liam; prealdant or
Rapid Tranalt company.
t Rota loves
"Aavan tboiisandT tlx hundred and nine
employes or ns nrooatyn nanid Trsa-aysi-m
bare subscribed K7iA for
or ran I xe1 lahnr's dew or
liberty loan week. The following batter
nresMent of the Amarlcan rUmSSTit
MjBOO. Plaaae toast out tha bond fit
name of ibe American Vdertlon ar
ar Ataoriaiaa rraas.
Mson city foara. June t The body of
oooajariiTOi seven yr eta who dhv
rba corpse otber Iban a aUtht bruise upan
fate theory advanced l
that be was
by ajsautoawbtki and ta body
Crowder said tonj
to b cxiciimI timt t
res would check
renin estímales because sums !
a or inouaanaa in ine army and navy
national tuarri were not required to
Pew Miocker Henorled
Met aares from governors all over the
country show thai there am relativa
row slackers to be doslt with. Already
tho machinery of the government Is mor
ir to urnig timae lew oi a recaoiiuig.
The chief raclor In bringing them ta
mk. however will not be Isiral pro-
c eases. General Crowder ami tifo forces
r 111 dSpsrunenl of Justice plnro full ro-
siic.o in me iiropie ineiiiseivea in urmg-
iii i toe
son or other kin have fared the Issue
In forward Rwse shirk. It Is upon i5
indignation or mini and women wboa
son or other kin have raced the Issu
dapertda to bring slackera Into the open.
work of preparing for the
tcu proceeded without In
Alroedy the rerulaUons
era exrmntlons aro virtually
completa. U Is probehle that a few days
boarda In each cniuintmlty tinrlorwa. The
wt nonur oi tzw preaiaetu. or nec-
tary Baker and or every member ef
iisress who voted ror thd bill stands
edged to the statement f thai eVen-
nded Justice and falnie1 to II men
gh or low. whits or black will mnv.
before Hoi names
or moss who will compose the armies
ran be enrolled. Million or reglalra-
Physically Tor a aoldler'a trim busaV
inusi be eumlnstad; the quotas ofthe
s'SsShaun? srss issssz
The taeal exemption board wiu si
equal u number the registration
clbela. Assurance rut been gtvetl U
man owe nalghbors will be the Jud
fXi ul?Sb' cü"i Thr wrT
mwm iwjuu tirvcracts ana
Mis this authurlty to tbaiSl ÓRtaflE
TMdr(ai and eniimalaafjc rwanoaaiTTZ
local board for
ceas If he feel
i of review in Whirl
led ror each redara! Judicial district
win be cre
va svsllshln a
wiiirii men wui
ureatoeni may appoint them
inera ia no gtswiaant yet avi
aomathhur la tC iiítnr7 i . i... -3
employed but beyond BxatS
loronnauou haa been gtreo out.
v?J-!xr9t.. ."M "Ha
ess that usually
-H LrJ?"'w w srwai ynacwarni:
tmeros un .b Newad aad Mat BaasBaBaWM
wui mea te ready ta aiaeiad ata aak
its:'' 2PJ2t VZJSJÍkm
meo wiu ka aaaauiiiBd r Usa UJB
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 37TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 7, 1917, newspaper, June 7, 1917; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth199089/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.