El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, October 12, 1917 Page: 3 of 24
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EL PA9Q MORNING HMÉ5; FRIDAY OCTOBER 12. 1917
Reserve Bank at Dallas
LITTLE 3 YEAR-OLD
Expects El Paso to Raise
$3000000 for War Bonds
GIRL LOST IN HILLS
NEAR R0SWF1L N.M.
Committee Appointed to "Go Over the Top" in Drive to
Make Report at Luncheon at Hotel Sheldon
Neon; Women Workers Active.
MooTttaina for Um
A Distinctive Beverage
Unlike any other you have ever tasted
Ambrosia has a subtle flavor all its own.
Wiw. It's more than a mere thirst-quenching drink.
r Ambrosia not only refreshes yon but when you
are fagged it puts you right and helps to build up
brawn and brain.
Try it today You 11 never tire of its many delights.
ÍirbIibm a 81 shan mtum km ssmgrst ar i
Order it by the case frop your dealer.
CENTRAL CONSUMERS COMPANY
Look Jot ti Crown Norm Gandnt wtíhaat ff
LION GROCERY COMPANY
Who1eile Distributor El Paso Texas.
109 S. Stanton St.
Myers Darting & Hinton Co.
Myers Darting & Hinton Co.
T BIBBEK ARIZ.
Myers Darling & Hinton Co.
E. F. Sanguinetti
Brother of Sheriff
Wheeler to Sail for
Battle Front in France
By 'Times Special Correspondent
DouglM Arts.. Oct 11. Stierlff Harry C.
Wheeler bss received word that bis brotb-
er William Wheeler Is about to sail lor
France ss a lieutenant In one of the ex-
peditionary regiments. Thn sheriff who
I veteran of the Spanish-American war.
Is alio candidate for a commission. The
Wheelers come from a righting family
their lather having been a regular army
otricer retiring aa colonel or the Twenty-
THOOfS BUY LIBERTY BONDS.
By Associated Press.
Douglas Texas. Oct it The enlisted
man or three battalions ' or artillery sta-
tioned here have purchased since October
1 Liberty honda to the value or fM00
according to an an noune anient at local
military headquarters tonight
NOTICE TO TIMES CITY
'When ron fail to receive your
Times .by :I0 a. nt please call
the circulation department. Ph.
5(50 and the paper will be ant
to you at onoe by a boy on a
motorcycle. Subscribers will con-
fer a favor upon the circulation
department by promptly reporting
irregularities or delayed delivery
lnce this Is the only method by
Which the management may
check up on the carrier.
I Solid Comfort
A DAY UP
New. steam best phooe In
Mm every re esa. Mesera. Bate
ky the week.
ra ma. rx raso tkxas
. SjUST BA1
The redera reserve beak at Dalla
Wednesday morning nottried R. R.
Orndorfr chairman or the Liberty
execuuvt committee sosa at nn
lav Ik utit u uM.it-iy e-
). and of this sum Mr. Orndorfr
istrd Wednesday that ll.MO.ooo
had beast subscribed.
The committees appointed to "go orer
the sup" Id the present drive will make
their nan repon at a luncheon at the
Hotel Sheldon Friday noon. All of the
committees are now at work aa the print-
ed blanks were completed and distributed
Wednesday afternoon that irtnllcsls con-
lea OI ana reporta maue or ano committees
win ne mane nereaucr in oraer siut ui-
papers may bo given the names of sub-
scribers and amount of bonds purchased.
It is planned to publish these lists twice
each week snd to ask the papers on the
Luncheons are to be held at the 8 bal
don oo Tuesdays and Fridays during the
nrat two weeae orine campaign aim nur-
Ing lbs remainder of the drive they will
probably ne neia eacn nay.
Although the womea acul ritme sub
scrlptlons are working at a disadvantage
Inasmuch aa the majority or subscrip-
tions must be nsld bv husbands or wom
en who buy bonds those in charge or
this work declare they win surprise
the "men folks" when they make their
Mr. Orndorfr announced Wednesday
morning that the board or directors or
the Rio Orando Valley Bank at Trim com
pany had purchased 50ooo worth of
Ta El raso Law vers
Your aommlneemen for Liberty bnnd
subscriptions are riving all the time they
can rrom their work and so rar have
received subscriptions rrom the roflow-
W. A. Hawkins. W. W. Turner U. -Ooen.
C. M. Wllebar 8. I. laaacka Victor
C. Moore Robert L. Holllday W. Jf. Tetl-
colas J. H. McBroom P. ft. Price John
W. H. Winter c. W. Croon. Ed M. Whlt-
aker. Walter R. Scott Tom Lea. A M.
Ooldsteln and C. W. Marehall. The great
majority we have 'as yet been unable to
Will those or von whom wa havi not
sen kindly assist In ecanom'xinT our
br canina ud one ot 1u members
or the committee and state when wa cast
come to your office and tase your sub-
Secretary W. M.
U. 8. Ooen.
Wednesday that the directors of the Hlo
ranea valley Bank Trust company I
subscribed for su.000 worth or l.lbei
bonds. This raises the total subscribed
by local banks and their directors to
(sts.ooo with three of the banks yet un-
B. Stevens subscribed for SJ.ono
worth of the second Liberty loan bonds
tnrougn ara. t. w. i.anier a teato it was
announced Wednesday ana tne two Re-
publics Llf Insurance company sub
scribed for a similar amount tnrougn H.
w. Bcnroners team.
Beads la Catered resale.
The colored people or El rase have
oecn organixen anrougn ine incai orancn
or the national Association roc the Ad-
vancement of Colored People to do team
work In telling Liberty Bonds. Rev. H. A.
Wells Is general chairman and Jasper B.
Williams it aacretary. Tne teams who
win canvass the colored people are not
su niteo Ditt win do auaeu to as prog
res a la made.
Woman's team: Mrs. Edward Sampson
chairman: Mrs. L. W. Washington. Mrs.
I. A. Wright. Mrs. John F. Kolley. Mr.
M. J. Ford. Mrs. M. D. Godfrey Mrs. Wil-
liam Coleman Mn. Andrew -:onley Mrs.
Ross Sherrod Mrs. Ruby ilarurieid and
Mrs. Aipnonse nancy.
"A" team: L. W. Washington chair
man: Edward Sampson.
"B" team: Leroy White rhslrman
John T. Kelley F. A Hill l'rof. William
"C" nam: E. J. Anon chairman; n
8. Craln William Sublet! William hplller
"D" team: Rev. D. I. Terrell elttlr-
man i J. B. Baldwin. B. D. Williams.
the committee plans to nave apecltl
talk a at the several cburchos next Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Wella requeata that anyons who
Special to tke Morning Times.
year-old Leers Medicare is km in the
mountains en asm wear an noswwii.
Mara man un men ara aaiirvkla for her.
as automofcllet loaded with man searing
hare this morning Bl Join Ihe searchers
in tne netgnoornoco ot tan isesgoroie
Laura and her twin slater were playing
near the ranch house of their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hedgcsxe Tuesday
evening when Ihe little girl strayed
sway. It was near dark and search Da-
tan st once. Because of th Isolation
the wn-d did not rasch Rctsvell unUl Isle
t night and use volunteer eeareners
Large Number of Men
Needed to Classify
State Grazing Land
By Timas Special Correspondent.
.oruBDurs is. aa. uw. ta. new. wi
lurh importance to persons nilrrar on
nvirnn.nl lamls In tills lection of the
southwest Is contained In Information Jual
received ra tne local umvan easiea unn
mission er Parla V. Rush from the geologl
cal survey al Washington. D. C Thou
sanos m saine
homestead law i
know cf s colored man LT woman
Jasper h. Williams 5i 3
who might buy s bond to
tne secretary i
Park street rhoi
Intern Von Luxhurg
By Associated Press.
ttuenoa Airea uct ti. count von Lux-
bare the Herman minister who was re-
cently handed his passports by the Ar-
gentine government hat been arrested in
tho southern part or Bueno Aires prov-
ince according to the highest autbusily.
He Is being token to the Island or Martin
Oarcla. w here be" will be kept In the Oer-
man detention ramp under military guard
until an opportunity is round to send him
out of the country.
Germany NeoerWill Yield
Alsace-Lorraine so Long
as There Is Shot to Fire
Integrity of "Glorious Inheritance" from Forefathers Can
not Be Object of Negotiations Foreign Secretary
Declares on Peace Mission to Austria.
LA KOI.LFTTE INVESTIGATION.
By Associated Presa.
Washington Oct ll. Conies of orflrlal
records bearing on the Luetlanla caae
Were delivered bv the state flenarement
ai ni miairuiau i uniere ue or ana sen
Paul. The documents.
trnnsrrlpts from the speech will be con-
siiiereii wnen me committee reconvenes
tomorrow. The orriclal records bear
upon Senator La Follette'a statement that
former Secretary Bryan knew of ammu-
nition being aboard the Luallanla before
tbe vessel sailed.
RETURNS TO CORSICANA.
Miss Edna Hamilton who apenl several
weeks here visiting her sister Mrs. A
N. Harvey wire of A M. Harvey chief
deoutv district clerk has returned to her
home in Coralcana Texas.
Oo by water; return by rail er
steamer as you prefer.
Pall la ideal In New York sad the
te I try Maiiory
tins asms. Tt.lt low
Q Paso and New York
Ran (mat Oalvesteo. Tuesdays; New
Steamer calls at Key Waal miieaallaa
(or I lavan.. Miami. St. Petersburg etc.
Information at aar ra II real ticket
oftce or writs to
MALL0RY LINE BS
ta New York
"WttWi Citifies Ait fmm iff ttitlity"
THE WINE OF UFE
a 'tSnate- n.nmaBllni Blood Bnllder and Nene Food.
Wlncarnls 1 s liquid food prepared ta the form of a palaiaasss
it Is composers soiesy or use
' A pare grsi
Liobcrr's Kxursvct of
as m starve food wltbont sus eqnal.
Extract ot malt a powerful restorative and vitalises-.
Quart bottles $1.75 Pint bottles $1 .00
210 and 212 Texas Street
Pltonee 6151. 5152. 5153. 8154. 5158.
Amsterdam. Oct II. The Gorman for
eign secretary von Kuentmann win pro
cesa si an esny uaie on a vían m Vienna
la snd Constantinople it is
Ion has Important political
and peace significance.
"Glorious Inheritance From Fathers."
'There Is but one answer to the Ques
tion. 'Can Germany In any form make con-
cessions .with regard to Alssce-Lpr-rslnel'
" said the rorelgn secretary. "That
answer Is 'No.' Bo long ss one German
hand can bold a gun the Integrlly or the
territory headed down to us as a glo-
rióos inheritance by our roreralhers can
never be the object of negotiations or
"The efforts or the holy see to briar
about an exchange of views between the
belligerent." said the rorelgn secretary
"hare aa far aa we are Informed not yet
resulted In any considerable step rorwird
since the reply by the central powers.
iter or tne
ware prepared In the tenis Indlcsted by
Sses Allies' Aba te Crash
Although the foreign minister
Austro-Hungarlan monarchy. In a
st Budapest pointed out that the
but In the reconstruction of a Euraoe
nearly ruined there are no signs or a
new spirit' among our opponents who
are clinging to tne time-worn rormuls of
the annihilation or Herman mili
Tbe arrest question prolonging tne
not me miure ot
gle la n
Belglum but of
"Oreat Britain according to our Infor
mation has pledged nerseu to rranre mat
.he will rnntlnun the fletit for the ron.
quest of Alaace-I.nrralne both rwllncally
ana witn uer amors mu lunir r rancv
desires to adhere to tbe program of re
gaining tnose provinces
When It seemed expedient to France
to accept the formula 'without atmexs-
Ilona " continúen me aerreuary 1.1
French resorted to the transparent trick
r nesnriruy covering p witn ins wsra
rtisanneiatlon' what Is in raslllv s bare
raced and forceful conquest. Now except
for France's demand for Alsace-Lorraine
there IS absolutely no unpeaimem so
near a. no cuestión which could not be
solved by negotiations or s settlement la
such a way as to render superfluous the
further s serines or blood.
"Our enemies heretofore have been
careful not to reveal their reel war alms.
What they nave tote tne world
of the central powers.'
snnd cultural development e real peace.
this neaste we can sttant wnnrn i
As long as our enemies confront ns
long st our opponents Willi to Interfere
with our frontier posta as long as tbey
demand thai we thsll yield s piece or Gor-
man aotl aa long aa they pursue the Idea
of driving a wedge between the Oer-
man Deonle and Us emnerur. so Ions shall
we with folded arms refuse the hand of
"We ran wait Tima I working for us.
Until our enemies perceive that they must
reduce their claims so Ion must the can-
non speak and the U-boats do their work.
uur peace win yes come."
HOSPITAL TEAM WINS
6-0 FROM INFANTRY
'Rati" Longmyre Leads Speedy
' Lleven to Victory Over
Company "D" Team.
Position. Company D.
L. I Hart
L. 0 Bllvsr
.... c. .....McKscnrsn
A O LoibSk
... ii. T. Ansar
X. H. B...
...II. H. B.
ALLIES TRY TO I
. II. At the plenary alt-
lag yesterday Dr. (leorg
erial chancellor assert-
By Associated Proas.
Amsterdam. Oct. II
ting or the relrhstag
MkbssMa the Imperi
ed that peace was unpossinie so aovas sa
(lerrnany'a an amate demanded any Oer-
I or endeavored to orvs a weoge
i tas German people and their em-
Tbe SDSeeh of tke chancellor was
delivered during the discussion of tbe
resolution against propaganda In the army
in ravor of a uermsn paste.
"We could st along much better." aald
Uta rnancellor. "IT those who combat the
peace reaoluUon of July 1 sad assert that
snd forc.fully tbe alms compró-
lo this resolution. We must bs
Sisar ta our minds aa to what wa desire
SBd must emphasise what wss aald In tbe
SS one otan unshakable and persevere In
tbe right tarsal Its rights gad tbe rights Of
Ms unity Mas Carenan
are assured. IS tl
aaanli a Is kevtncibla.
"We most continue to persevere until
sstsatssbes ttu 'turitrth
slliaoce of our enemies does not irow into
an economic otraosivs siiumca.
"We can in una aei
atsrtted ranmaasiisi which creadas
market ror kaattistrses aa majullas ttjat
teaastdsaatoa ss sorts' prearsss; wkacfc gives
oar saips toe poseissuttr or a free vo
porta ana uxiogcoai
Above la the lineups or the two elevens
which battled yesterday afternoon at Rio
uranae para witn tne final ueriaion coro-
Tbe game was s rtee exhioitioa of tne grid
rame. nota teams Diavmr naan naotnaui
every minute or our.
The touchdown that won tbe rams far
the stretcher bearers came In the second
qusrter when Hohr. right end for tke
hospital men grabbed the well-direct ad
pasa of "Red" Longmyre. tors SO yards
up the field and crossed the foal Una.
ora ui um contest nut ne playeas
game during the entire rray. Tbe
end was on lop of every play whi
doughboys pulled snd piare fn hla
"X ana aiso nein on vo me paasea or ixmi
myre during the entire game with a bul
p. wnue small bis speed enabled
show an vesterdav as esse or th.
mainstays or me meoiesi man's aiavsn
Inr bul credit They fought Jual aa hard
arter Robr had passed their foU line as
they did before pat were unable to anare
the elusive counters that aattaratad them
from the bospltsi tesab. They hsva the
passing game all Uva wsy. Tbe splendidly
uirown passes 01 site tram captain. "I
l.onrmyre from his post si quarter
ware taken by hla team's ends sad
assas wna en
Tbe ball ws kept in mid field
portion of the game as tbe
bark field carried the oval well three)
for s treed
myre'a eleven aufrered a broken rt
lap tke third quarter and had to be
from ins game wnue
PblíílDs refsrssd the same.
wen anewa as rasa
city baseball rana for bis grand playing
with th Feldman Bate to the man who
fliai i II Ska greelsM bunk of credit for
wonted herder aban any other men esta.
UM aTaaat'mrnsd uVewtoslni Srn
lion. With bis baacry dtfssetam af tea
stersst hla mast tiwath Ugkt will em
aassanr gsmss before lbs 11 football sea.
asm If aver.
lion or the Jinda aa of the character that
iney are auiianie rnr griains ana mi
an unaer to cum
ralslnr of forarc crops.
plete these daslgntticna the Ami
a large corps ot man are needed
tsv tfaa (
lie. and Ihe secretary of the
more than ro.ooo.om aerea to be clsstltlsd
extending ipso nrteen slates.
nno ntments sre to rse made on eer
tifirstlnn bv ins civil service commission.
Salaries will range from l.0t to tataox
per year áspense wane on irsaq uuty
tie petal aig w .urrvy. tin Kirmai
ten examination a nrescr
commission sod eandldstes
available at the cfflca of the director of
tne geological survey at Wismnstor
Ihe civil service commission st wish
Word or this sctton ana tne nsiternnt
Of the designation comes welcomed to the
many slock rslslng homeitesders In New
neaico ano Amona.
City Officials Attend
Funeral of Patrolman
Judge i. lawyers court or fletáis county
ottieara and those who knew bun ss a
partoiman on the Phm ho addition to to
members of the police rorre sod a lsrae
number at nrovast rnuasats. band their
íot Smet'the r'aca'cr1 Lpwo frnsn w. sL
naciionaid awn nuss street woo nteu
Wednesday mo mint after brier Illness.
At f o'clock to patrolmen beaded by a.
Vaster acting chief ot police filed
by the patrobxisn's body which lay
banked on all aides by flowers. Police
who had reported "on and. off" with who
oaa worsen sine oj sine witn nun gasea
long at his Faca and ibelr (ruff voices
softened si thaw recalled bow well he wss
liked. Severer Utile children who had
coma to know his cheery rrestlng fired
caaast ana wept.
silently before the
The eervlce was IksU from St osen
church conducted br Rev. Father Hints
Interment was In Concordia cemetery to
which the body vu iccotnpanled by the
The pall bearers wars J. F. Capllnger.
Elmer nenoidi. Harry Holbroot. I. R.
Homestead. H. . king snd Elmer Decker.
Rhodes who died Waslnetdi
wars held st tee residence slit Douglas
at reel. Thsraday aflernoon conducted ly
Rev. j. h. Alien pastor er tne as sun para
Chrlatim church snd tbe local lodge of
Ihe Brotherhood ef Lnromollve Firemen
snd Englnemen of whlrh he waa a mem-
ber. Burial wis in Ertrtreen remetery.
Nr. Rhodes who was a llremsn on the
Et rsso a Bouunwsiieni rsurosa. wss
horn st west Point. Miss. He noes his
wire he I lurvlved by hla parents. Mr.
and Mrs. 0. T Rhodes till Douglsa
street: two brothers Barbar who la In
the army sod Lawrence of tins city.
MRS. BRA A. BOBBINS.
Mrs. ora A. Bobbins il yesrs old died
vivsd by her buibsnd. Oscar A MaMhaafi
ami two dsns litera. Mrs. Geor sa Htrber
4 Sooth Virginia atreet snd firs. E. D.
atthewa of Little Rock rk. Arrange
menu ror the funeral will not be made
until Mn. Mttthews arrisas.
John Rysn of Washington. D. C i
r.eslthaeeker who had resided In n fue
tor fire yeira died Thurtday at a local
hospital. He la survived by bit wife.
The body I being held at the J. J. Vait.r
fc Co. undertaking rcoots until funeral sr.
ranrementa Itsra been completed.
Two Men Ate Arrested
Charged With Selling
Liquor to V: S. Soldiers
By Times Bpeetal correspondent
i.ornauurr rt. at
Cel. and Tun
M.. w ere stvaa t Bra
Oct il -Wednesday
Boiari. ot tos sa-
ore the toral tía
sloner Fsrla V. Bush on s char
aeiung inioiicaiing liquor
The prosecutor In the esse
to whom Smart Is atiesad to have 'sold
wmny In Demlng oo asnteaasbar tl and
wss apprehended here Situ rd a y night In
tbe let of giving beer to soldiers In a
Bsal reitaursm by Iseputy E. W. Vebb.
Lieutenant Beard la on Special duly ss
fen sea at Can Cody and si other nfaeea
Tana csser aatersd a rtes of saittr
to hsving sold lltnor mtdlers In
Lordsbtirg oa Saturday evesataar. Both
men wave taken to tke l.ttna eoettrty Jail
by Lieutenant Beard to wall the action
of the federal authorities.
. Seversi sostttars who were srrested
here by local peers efrieera rnr stsanipt-
bsg to purchase hsuor sitar dressing up
bl rtrlliin etotwinitlMk&jo
sseaT oINttwnara rtrlaiff'lssirorett "the
laws here rasatsve i soidlen obtatalag
any laaailtsmla sad aapon order of the
tract has been closed Is all aoGlari.
Aait l-ak. city Oct 11-ta answer to tbe
daaasnd of the nasi mm ef St. a a rar s
CbsatfCefc. WOSSX tt0 T$)Stñ Oft ftCTOWPt aOf hsv -
sassaal tbui ik liMH an els M Tklraaii east
weei. wmraanawmmuneasro aw
IN the field or in camp cantonments or billets your service over-
coat is your most comforting friend. .
Because it has to stand a big share of the wear and tea. it must be
faultlessly tailored of all-wool of the finest quality.
Here's a coat made just that way by
Hart Schaffntr &
It's strilnnly smart wntl. the correct military bearing and strictly reg-
ulation as well. I'lW serve you well on any occasion.
Come in and let ui show yu one of these or an O. D. service uni-
form made by the same tailor. &a
See the New Waterproof 0. D.
Sergé Overcoat With Detachable
Eiderdown Lining at $45.00
IT is one of our new arrivals. Fashioned of O. D. Serge and strictly
waterproof. Inverted pleat back with belt all around; buckles
and atrapa et cuffs to keep out the wind and cold; aviation pockets.
The lining throughout can be detached on warmer days as it is of
eiderdown in natural shade and is fastened in coat and sleeves by
snaps. The sensation of the season for civilians oír army men. Priced
at each $45.00. '.' ' (Second Floor);
When Paint Can Folk
From Deming Budding
v aainig. rt. pa ties. 11 ueiaiicr
decorating an hotel veranda over one
of the main streets here today when
tea knocked ovar bis paint bucket In
an effort to sere it be lest bss acu I il
ium i no it wss only ny a womtarrui
as to the srcMsnd The tsatat
aarweyer waa Setl acted from its
avaras aaa pan or ta con teats were
splashed sgslnst the wlneowa or China-
man's raafauiiRI known ss the Sunrise
care. Tbe piece was almost ami rely
erllpaed. The bucket son tinned unerr-
ingly to Ihe sidewalk eatbertnr mead
as II fan. and landed stpisraly sa len
of a paasine aoldlar'a bead covering but
hat sad tmllorm witn a Una bstilesUp
arar. tas sir. ntswei
look en a much dirt.
nrest bus when
surprised and camouflaged guarda-
aiau reauttea siscuv wast aaa nsnpmaa
tbetr Blga sitasm
for one another.
raatr at bam issri a.
rt. II. A light frost Ml
Tasases sane an na arksm
droyted Jtiri danesa the
MR anaato ooun-
in Pool at Hope N. M.
By Timet Spaclsl correspondent
. Mope n. M. Oct II Orandpa Can tr ell
sed KM who recently came to this place
from Austin Texas wss baptised In Iba
''pausllc'laMk Sijacjsy srteAoon by tbs
iVurch0M!randpa makes his honstT' wílE
Ms son Charlea fn trail of this city
sed aseoea atronar and In vary eoon
nith ind suffeTo mcooiSS
TO REPAIR TRANsrM COMPANY.
A building permit waa Issued the Jan-
Rían Construí tl. m Co. to repair tbe City
TftmilSI Co. warebouae St. lite. cornet uf
El rat sod Florence street at s cost Of
Temple B'nai Zion
of Pastorial Leaden
The crUaodoi temple B'nai Stan st Its
Ust gesieral meetug. unanttnoualr .re-
elected Inr a third term Its two clerical
heads atiba a SnhsUBUsi Increase of sal-
ary in sack. Tbey sre Iba RabM R.
SckscMer and the Bar o. Buréelo wa. the
nuar tu act as minister of Ike conree
ganton and principal or US relladoas
risosol far Iih
hears i a jo P
ittwly or t
the Mhie in tu
The House ot REAL Service
Ptoea 876. 818.20-22 W. Sea Axstststio St.
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