El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Sunday, October 14, 1917 Page: 1 of 36
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THE MET AL MARKET
Hew Tort Silver -MK
Copper (price fixed by U. 8.) W4c
Kw York ten .T.We
With Total Subtcription. of Not
Mom Than 600000000
on "Optimutic Esti-
ly Administration Watches
New Factor Planned to Galvan-
ize PeBpfe Into Realization
They Must Buy to Full Limit
of Mean to Save Nation From
Ruin; $367.000000 a Day Is
By Associated press.
Washington. Oct 13. The Urdlness of.
tlie country in responding to the second
liberty loaq Is causing deep concern 19
otrielals here President Wilson and his
cabinet are matching tho campaign Witt)
With bair pf tlie campaign gone treas-
ury ofriclajs eatlmaierl tonight that not
niore tnanwoo.ooo.ooc had been subscribed
and they considered this esUtnato liberal.
It has become apparent to orriclals that
a new and tremendous Impetus must be
given to tho campaign ir the subscrip-
tion la to approximate the ú.üoooooo
(lotrrnmenl Throws Weluht In Olive.
gut 01 sue administration
tee usiaaci tor in
ivo or at
era is k
la that re
main before the eloiirtf or Ue subscript
A new raetor calculated to hearten the
boat or workers and to gtlnnue the
country Into a reallttllciit that the mast
strenuous erroris must pe ratee ir ine
big drive la to be conslinimated success-
fully will be Introduced luto too cam-
paign probably within-ÍI hours.
People Must Bay lo Mm It St Means.
Notwithstanding the splendid receptions
given Secretory MeArtoo In tlie west the
efforts or thousands or workers and the
most highly organized publicity campaign
ever known In the country the dally aver-
age of subscriptions Muvfaueu far below
' what orr:cil bad hoped for. The time
has come orriclals feel when the people
or the country must be made to realise.
In a manner that leaves ho doubt ' that
they must subscribe without further da-
isy to the full limit or their means.
From President Wilson down orriclals
are understood to ti united In this be-
lter. - The campaign mutt be given new
Impetus af once. It Is ell and steps lo
give the impetus will be taken wltbout
ttoa.OBO.SOO Liberal Estimate.
The KKSJJXB.OOO estimate of the treasury
takes Into consideration all the "opti-
mistic unofficial" ostliuitcs rram the vari-
ous reserve districts and that sum Is only
u par rent of tlie s;)ouoooooo desired.
This would leave luuwiooou to be
raised in the nett twelve working days.
an average of. 367000X100 a day ir the
.ugo.uuo.aan goal I to be aualnetl. and
as aaaiasi isai an averien sir l-jraiiMio a
day. It only the nitnltniun of floou.ooouo
"neither the average daily minimum
nor msilmum quotas ror the second Lib-
erty send tale set at the beginning of the
by Secretsry McAddo" tho
announcement reads "had been
igot wncn toe nrst iiau 01 tits
cama to s close."
estimates of subscrición
or the twelve reserve bank
a total of 13000000 subscribed.
lntlnaad oat Pese Two.)
fate of Free People
Depends Upon Support
of Second liberty Loan
Deputy Governor Hoopes of Federal Reserve Bank Makes
Ringing Appeal for Money to Carry on War
Against Prussian Autocracy.
Br J. W.
Deputy oovansor Federal
O rasa lot ah open
rotnmunlcatlou to lis aoss In rrance.
A etsag to our allies and to our
The people romssesred to write Uua
aatfsMre on October t in response to
a request that they express themselves
tmearly tod iinmitiaktbly on U war
issue and that the provide a sub-
acrlptlou of from tara to four bil-
lions of dollars for the conduct of
80 rar a written tho message con-
tains no word of bop no assuraare
thai the people will respond to the
request of the roiTTlnilf fat sssatay
wria which to carry art Use wsr.
So rtr as la la written It Is a de-
pressing message tileries er HI lock
atotits or inability to aabacrllM on
areasnl of every coswehrsMa Ctrl' asa
auara sod condlUosv. Mat alarta ere
plenuruX SuliscrlpUoaa are few. -
After a two weeks' campaum tots
than i per cent of the toan has been
i- asan who ara muring How la
tasar t toatsttol affairs.
Twenty-Seven Thousand Specta
tors Mroufbt to reel When
Giants' Errors and Comiskey
Men's Fleetnes and Line
Drives Brine Chicago From
Behind lo S to 5 Score).
Contest Run Gamut of Baseball
From Sensational to Medi-
ocre; Glory Again Goes to
Eddie Cicotte Who Twirl
Teammates Into Lead for
By Associated Tress.
GDiessm. net. n.-in a game that thrill
ed some 871)00 spectators today he Chi
cago Americans scrambled Into the world
series again by defeating the New York
Nitro rials s to 11 and swinging to the
fore three ramea to two. It was a ron-
lest tint ran tlie gamut or btaaball from
aaaMiional ind brilliant to mediocre but
never during the two hours and 37 min-
uses or battle did n Use its Intenso hold
on the spectators tad at Its conclusion
ID tans were almost as exhausted a in
rx areas near ana s-aeer.
For more than two hours Ine adherents
of Ins White . Sot roared and cheered
without a moment's Intermission while
the pltyars. once the Chicago team went
inio me ieo. uecamc ir antic wnn toy ana
performed antics In front or their dug
out that would have caused a college
cneer jeoer to oesptir.
For the first tuna during tho. present
strut-tie ror the
titular Honors . or ins
baseball year tin
While tlx enthusiasm and llirlils en.
v sloped the contest wltb Uta glamour thai
nan neen missing in 1
tlie Mili meeting T
the Atonta will not
the preceding games.
til White Sox and
t go down In world
series' history aa a diamond battle e?
euner outstanding etui or naicusu per-
reetlon. It abounded with errors ot bpüi
ommlislon and commission and Wis mar-
red b mlsplaya which would have
brought censure on school boy competi-
tors. All this' was forgotten however
when the American league combination
fioallr -wrested the lead rram Its rival
and gained a position or achantare nearly
aa commanding as tno iwo atraigas vic-
tories st the ooenlrur tenes had given 1L
The two clubs tonight again suited So
the Tolo Grounds at New York where
toe siitn game wau d
day 'and the seventh.
Tuesdey the Glints having won the toas
and .the privilege or naming Uj rlaee or
the deciding contest should each team
win niroe games.
Rivalry SUU Keen.
While the playera of both teams
ceased to particípete In the flai
proceeds of the contests tlie rivalry Is
none toe aesa seen sor toare ia asi
ran a thousand aonars atriereaee -1
tween the Individual shares
for the official attendance was 37.
Hie rafe receipts saro. or this sum
the two clubs received eji.KH.35 each
ano uie nauonai commission ie.wi.36.
In many re seeds today's tame de
veloped reatures which have been foreign
to previous diamond battles or tho pres-
ent series. Twenty-five players appeared
ran against the Giants the Sox turned
and riled ud eitht utiles while the losers
collected five making a total ror the day
of thirteen more than hair as many si
Reserve Batik. -DaUxs
Allowhur for the faetón
miaauoe to point out uiaj-ine moral
effect ot sale offerma woeld ba
Daisy to raajsei beartena Ger-
many. It dlaheartena ear boys In
rrance. our allies sad our govern-
lenco la becomlDg embarrassuig.
istor is stui t faltara' upon tha pert
of Oa bulk of lb pasts to realise
suirering and death aaasas to pervade
inevitably carry us
oris diet BUlit w.
OMsar before we awaken to Uto
SaerlTtce or úefeatr That it toe
we are 10
utuuu rooting tutu aa 1
iviltv betwMui fha two I a silly or ine usura so diera will ha
Matin. Otase. " . .2M. and .the
Trial of Negroes for
M Held ai San Antonio
ftt negroes or the Twenty-fourth In
entry cuartea wnn participating in
the nuts at Houston. Taxis. Angus!
23. to be held at Vert Sim Houston.
IS expected early nett week It was
CO. WILL RESUME
WORK THIS WEEK
Agreement With Calks Permit I
Reopening of Mine Shut
Down Since June.
By Associated Prest.
Ungías Arlx Oct. 11 The Csntnea Con-
solidated Copper company whose proper-
ties tisve been Inactive ttce list June will
reseme operations next weak and til em-
ployes ef the compeny who were dis-
missed when work was stopped have bran
ordered to report at Cauanea tomorrow
according to an announcement latued by
Ives 0. l.rlevler. local Mexican consul lan-
today. Officials of the company and dor
P. Kllas Calles of sonora ariei severs!
conferences have adjusted tho difficulties
net csuscu me iruvness at tne camp. sir.
I.elevler said and both representativas así
he government and the compiny dlrec-
Emiuu wnn me arraagentariis.
meet or 11 corporation hat
tnient that soon men win ho
TJT Ta NCU.
kaeo City. Oct. U The lawn rniinell
today made arrangements to bey t large
amount of com now In Laredo. Texas aid
to sefj n here at coat to the people. Mo
oí oepuiaea wuere tney asacipptea IU
irons 01 ine suunuag voiced nieir
tests sratnst the hlah nrlces eharan
mrrrbanu and demanded that Uie dele
gasea rememuer saeir prpmises to
working people and provide relief.
JjEN. CON7ALKS ON H i
TO tUPlTaX iindm 1
exieo cuy uet. 11. il ia reported here
1 Oaatefal Partirlo amulas who ra.
raaos revolted in 11 aortii. will reach
the r aortal tomorrow under a heavy
sea autj rca Aluno
tl- one hundred
liurr eilly late
a coniinarider of the I
Jaffa to Visit
i itjury wits nniH 01 uto juaga iu-
ners .left. nan
110.1 .r Han ferrtan
Matamoros The sold
aa to Es reaaoo for tl
atiaiToisras n Jartii lJJflBi MJrriwFbaaOas lHJSS7 'l'
sostlu ''"'' "' m J U ltsWaMolí'épVatoJ.tXr1a
tha Interest afjSltiK (wasia the Tlulf ttjird' and ''klriy'lourtb
ue has not fat MfgWn sra st to a trmstti
PASO. TEXM gÜNPAY.
Former President Danounce At-
titude of Wiacondn Senator
aa ' Dsytestafcle."
Chicago. Oct. It.-Forcea both In and
out of congress workltg for a nreiiiature
peace were trucked by William H. Tafri.
president of the League to Furores Peace
In a speech delivered here tonight under
lha auspices ' of the Liberty loan com-
tultue. "While we may sympathize with the
sorrowful feeling of our loyal fellow
citlxens or Herman llltocclenla Mr. Tan
sail "bow detectable Is the stllludo or
those with no Such trtdlltonil and funny
ties who.-because of the supposed pro-
iJermgaV sympathies of tuelr constituen-
cies conduct themselves In both bouses
Of congress and In newspaper columns so
as to delay and obstruct as far as possible
our goverumaiil lu lis conduct of tlie war
against Germany. II may M that they ara
able under our carerul guarding of lo-
embalmed forever In the
Just contempt of the American people
"Senator La rollette gaya that while our
clUtant bid the rlthl to bo unen com
mercial vessels carrying supplies to pie
one that we might well svaive rtltor than
go to war. Was the right of those Inno-
cent iti American men. women and cbll-
on the l.u
r death without warning
to rife ind safety only
est feelings to think ftltt a senator In the
congress of the united Matos couat aaa
worda of such an Import."
in hit tnpeal for the support ot Oto
- vri'í mi nsr. nil
our country is righting
is in Independent nttlon Sod
penaence or etoer
"e esmera -as nam wit sain
their savings wh'.cb Ibey bars
and invest them M the bond of
source of income to themselves and their
mi 1 at" p Wl
With Mr. Tart on the Droarram loe'sVif
was T. K O'Connor the It tab boato raM
surucste ana nsaasssssr or paTiiarnaut
Coonserve or Allies
Will Face Famine. i$
Food Board's Plea
wheat crop only 7J
about II J oar cent wll
to the allies MMl wtdi
qulrnnenti of ta Wilt
ad. nal est- Anssrlrans need
use loocl son
. fait years waeai crea I
It or tint vi'. I ntsgaauWeW-treaty.
waaro1)!! lafflt'atMHlil'' rtlrlaBB ''1 "'"il?'!
n.m.ov biuhels surplua. flss 'tfS isf Haded Wllb iditi itial 11 was a unming
mimstraliuu ratlotstre If allHeTcaS rSla Ofto (Iwavs api lled u ..fricara and
trtas will have ossicles fJQg lfitfm no latent ot dlareatiert.
tore Uie war. The Husslae 1 snirll rssnpl I fr"-1 In action in France tcoidlrsg
! got ...1 and use BagarSM nt IS- So s MSr rare Led l-slar by Mrs Micbsát
Although Great Heitate. Henea and I was dated Seoteiiiber a. lourtx.tt went
iW ."-T'y"frlLnsaa " t" antluat
OCTOBER 14 XW.
ASK CONFERENCE TO
Interstate Commerce Commis
si on Designates Nasi Wed-
- nesday for Heearing.
btve taked the Interttite commerce cetn-
mission for a conference to dlaruss "rates
not favorably acted Upon In tha recent
decision 011 the It per cent id vt nee rale
cite." The commission naa aeaigutieo
next Wednesday is the time of tlie con-
The railroad etsratlveg asked for
abort in formal conference." Th com
mission replied that they could present
their statement at public session. The
conference it is thought will be pre-
iimiuary to acuon looarag toward iman-
clal relief of Hie roaos. In some way.
The wording or the rail rota etecupv
reoueat ror a ronnrnnce mot
they win ask ror a rurtn
rttes on specific commodli
ment or a definite proposi
In the reouast. .
Tho wording or jba nllroid axecullves
request ror I eMttMnee ludidles thai
they will ssk tor further Increase In
rates cat speciria easnrnueiises
incut of a ileflnlto proposal 1
In the request. '
Attorneys Clash in
Mine Pickets' Trial;
Judge Threatens Fine
Special lo Iba MtiÉIÉ Tipias.
(Hube uet. ii.-Clinoa tietween countel
on both atea mOked today's trial or
lews l avandera till John Swlth 1. W.
W. members charged with ttotlnr st the
entrance of UK old Dominion mule early
In. July. HMBial Attorney Frink hurley
All their trgumeiiis were over the ad-
missibility of evidence jeoMirning rock
rram the griniaaii9 -UMtjt.de.
Germans and Spaniads
in Buenos Aires Lead
By Associated Press.
' Bueuoa.Aires Friday Oct. It. A dem
onstration in -favor of neutrality wis
ne in uerer inqaw 'lennnns nut - ap
llrds pawtlclpinrir. several dial
occurred hetWefcn hn demoiulrtn
anq ine crowan rivoring t rupi
Willi oermtuy. ' On seven) occti
ilia poilre charged with drawn. tl
ReichsUg Adjourns in. Midst of
Crisis hollowing Attacks on
' 13 The German
retcliater adjourned leaving behind It a
Utero crisis which pniiucal observe
lleva will leed somier or. later to tl
Soulier nr. later to toe
uramenl of br. Mlchaells the ciiauceior
I a tOMOeilit Atlmugh oilier par-
yeiv in opposition to
MlcbaelU thin the Hoc latíais not a
vole baa bean raised a gainst the Vor-
wswree aivtau --aiciiai-iis must go. -
May tto to Heath.
Recent irrivili from Berlin report cur
rent gossip mart is tint Mirhstlis cm
ail a mount uie cnanceiiur s em
Mures of the
plot against which according
to tlie Nail
way against ibe lefenatag unjorily. ap-
pear In have lost fallir ine ronaarvstlv
ail itn iieriutn support ttpeerhrt at
concluding session or the relcliatog
11 pa read in iigut or the aiperutloa
1 tase aya. 01 aatcnaeais
maun contained paasste
lame h tha rand Id try Of I
low. which tun la being
oroualy as possible.
Prnre on Due.
urossed aa via.
SeeUllsU Calnieg hwaUee
Tile Van-German Lokal Anzsleer. Uie na-
tmetl iwerai iMUtsroe tuner tin
uite uermania tpa radical
ese annalist vorwaerta a
reatase or cnanceuor sue
sa ana ius poiilion so ai
leiuon ia inauerauve.
It is pointed out that
troduclloii or tlie subject Slid the sube.
anMSM MILITARY CBITtC PATH
OatDGIKtl AND BEI.ATWI TRIBITK
ra woMitan 1. aairtsMi TAJaas.
By Aaaoclated Presa.
.o leuiiaseii lira u.-sn 111 tinta uon ot
real loases sustained by Hie Germans in
e men of tha Hrandaoburr raw-
sngaied it aisle esantpMS In
mat tear s istorsr 01 1
atórale of .troopa.
Tie general men
Ittemiiis u sieui tne British altars
toeltod 10 Uie Hie. I comment or Lieu-
ietMiat General von Aniemic uillilsry
critic of the Tiaebialt. or Berlin on the
ñatear rampali-ii. lie rereis to Ger-
la ne nve-altlha ef Uua isrflcara and e
UUnf of th
says ntoaTSasas aflea
Btneaoea m tats Brasas
Ibet ta tha third Pisadera battle they have
bese so great as laatoce tlie mlllury
aacriricea of frlnoa Hupiuoclit's troop
11 suebast-to ciiul k jheiiito et-
THIRTY - SIX PAGES
Re-Employ ment of Men in Body
Would Include Agitaton and
Traiton Entailing Additional
Trouble if Not Serious Disas-
ter Federal Labor Commis-
Injury to Loyal Workmen Who
Returned to Jobs Whan Coun-
try Appealed to Patriotism Ia
Feared by Managers: Agree-
ment With Union Impossible
With Present Official.
Special 10 the Morning Times. - :
Olnbe Ai 11.: oct. 18. Mine operators
of the OlolM-Mlaml district told aha red
éis! industrial commission today tint It
would be Impossible for them to neto
Hate any agreement with the striking
minera that would compel tint mines pi
tako bank In a body the men who havo
heetl out on strike since July I
This declaration was mad In answer
lo 1 question by one of the commissioners
ilou to arbitrate the labor troubles. In
spinning tho position 01 the opera toes
HThe mining ramnaajr officials told
Secretsry of IMr Vfasori Inst the com-
psiiiea were eitrcmeiy
run wa fi
gestee uní ra
a eorjy. it we 00 we nave to re-empu
the taiitiors and ttoable-tnakers wl
iiirneu on ineir own govemmeni wi
SaUd SSBSS SSSd 10r-.C'.rPl
almost tn briar eonoer n reduction
b) a starulstUl. Hid liter been asking
morn money the celling of tho atrikl
might hear a different aspect. But they
were not. may asteu 1 ensure m con-
ditions tint they had been working un
der for yeirs sod apparently alwaya well
inkers we would Have to dismiss the
great body of minors now employed mil
giving sillsfscUon tor If wa let the two
tactions together there Is 110 wiy or toll-
ing what would happen. The men now
employed cam to work wnen we
pealed to their natrlotlsm and. 1 th
we aa wen aa tne government anouiu
1 tarta ny mem now.
He testified that It might be possible
for the mines to reach an agreement with
Hits unions if the present clique or union
orriclals were not In rlisris He tit
timateii that auch an streeanent would
have to be one that would protect the
miners now working-
The commlaslon will resume the hearing
Monday morning and pisns to leave lor
ensueo tne iinonie or site wisa.
Judge Landis Refuses
to Approve bond tor
William D. Haywood
Mcreury ol Uie Industrial Wooers Of
Use worm niuier innirnuens wnn nnrner.
wi other members of the organisation for
conspiracy agatnsl the government for
Austrian Troops Fail lo
Put Heart Into Fight
later of derwue replying at Vienna to an
lntrpHHou. said that an tnvutigsttou
bad dtoslosed tbst small detachments of
two raaUmeoU of Oto N inste
lnfnuv In the righting at Zboroff I
railed id offer the reslsbuic gpaetsd- of
warn an snoteer repiy no ronnrma tea
resl stance or a usecb lv lure lighting
on the flusalan side. onpsd ptrlly ef
prisoners laten rroiii in Auiiro-uungtr.
ians who lisd entered the Human trmy.
Nation-Wide Plot to
Inflate Milk Prices
Bared to U. S. Agents
By Associated press. :
Chicago net. U.- tvldnijgi JMAaT
nailon-Ida plot by mm pfiklueara
to rate tne price ot was cuuititoairy
tsea to leuenvs BasssssssssSBJ
by Aitoruay Uenwsl aruu-
etofs. a. .
HamiricaUons of tlUa
spiracy aa IndicaUsd to lie
vtcanire. tnriuuee 1110
rune tn sii to
10 the Dairy nveu'i
on ibe Bxtever tGsstSitalou
fit a luat brsee for milk. Tin wis
siid to t tona In Utlce. N. tort
bnrth and els
"Wl the i.rlce-ksjos
tusirou or sea- taraeu is
?. "SSm. .".. ."sat fmiss. in wmawr t ie
! jwntl " .govern- isios upon leirogTao wiu
Mines. the UasnTtaus hid bee
grave predirirnenl." he soma time for the hind
Vtf&FSZ MUSK &?!UB8M
. prwaanus). a1!.
rally rirj not ranch chante 1 lempers-
Arlsxma Today fair At Mai nftiMflerl.
ral portion: tomorrow probably fair;
not much change In temperature.
Weet Tetas Today and tomorrow fair;
PRICE 5 CEMTÍ
Fall of blanda ef Dago and
Oesel Leaves Russian Coast at
Mercy of Kaiser's Warships;
Government Plead With Sol-
dier to Stand and Block In-
vasion. Lakes of Mud on Flanders Front
Hold British in Crip of Iron;
Foot by Foot Haig's Men
Press Forward Under Cover
of Tremendous Fire From
By Associated Presi.
reirogrto on. 1:1. the tamiruty noes
not try to mlalmlae the strategic ser-
iousness or the capture of the island or
Hago which wilt prove ImoorUiit aa an
enemy base for operations against Herat
and menace. Iho security or the Husslm
proclamations have leen sent to the
army and fleet calling attention lo tho
growing dinger or tu attack even upon
the capital and exhorting the men to
forget their political dlfrirullles and turn
their energies to Hie defease Of the coast.
Th Germans have been bombing for
eveiai days nut with llltlo iIiiuuiko lu
m neienuing rieet. 11 1 r-
not impnihliile mat if lhey tra
issued today slid
ai brensrliiK lur
ing on the Islanes.
sou tueir i.peraiiotis
the weakness of tha
ugslin patrols. The landing wis mad
torcea igitaea are eanmaten ai ono
diytiion. The loss ur tins islands
1 tne nuaaians or uieir neretoror
ding noaiiioti over the Quir of
sod enable the enemy to umtortike
Msa (ipenllons probthly In th direc-
tion of llapsal. The loss or tha Island
neretslUtes a change In the Russian
army's poslUont around SegevoM and
a withdrawal to the Venden Valk line.
MUD HOLO jnirisH
IN GRIP III' 1UGN.
By Assoc la ted press.
British Front In Francs and Belgium.
Oct. . British troops southwest of
Fsssrliciidsel tillage during the night
pushed rorwird siigiiUy in Mrsitce or the
Uno that they reached In yesterday's or
Places were iniuisslble ind at all noli
almost Imnoialbln to push through wire
uotaing operations in an iron grip.
Oyer 1 Ursa part of tlie front the Brit-
ish tills morning were holding a lino that
represented appreciable gains lu terri-
tory. At tow points a check because tat
UN weather had to be acknowledged ind
the attacking t roups fell back to poal-
tlona which they bed left
German Counter Blew Crushed.
Two SBUflUr sttseks ser allsmnuul'ltv
the Hermans yesterday and bol
ina yestertaay ana noin were
quietly hy the artillery. One.
e neighborhood of Uie Brood-
srlkindaale highway and lbs
us(s witn 1
wis In the
Other aurted from positions east and
or mo village or I'ttsrhendsel.
was flMir aniel as far as In-
action was ottMOrnad. On Hi
section tn Iho advance between
ono noiitnoist lorrsi lewer
wvrn encountered In yealar-
man on tne aautuaarn per-
nio southern dxe or the
Ulsb pushed their line SUB
asmar a i.aov yaru iropt.
idertbly linnrorhie lhatp
Hons. Between the rpres-
aoa Poeieapeile the gain
ttp so aittiiiinin 01
hear the vOtige of Poei-
eappeara to be vTlustly
swUnsTih line out
to hieluda stnmsr
ftormsn positions lhal at sosos point
as or na yarns in aa vanee or ma
from which the attack wis made vaa-
terday. Southwest of I'assctiendaele.
along to ridge the Brlllah were main
taining anasnterr! ut posiumu about are
yards or more In advance ot yesterdays
iiiliipln off place d this adveníate at-
tended Hong a front of about I B yards.
Shoet retraer Bearers
hard again last night and thit
J1 Shortly before noon when
ace tnrnugn tne ciouus. id
tee BrlUsb lurantrymrn wre
with IB artillery bar-
result cunt under the
tuns or ins in-1. no
sseHtSBtaa who had escaped death
L.kwMg. Slretrher brareia ta-
lad unbilil dim nine not uaiv
the ep mud. but from German
I'c.eh siKiile sod rreea
battle. Tker mS
conlinually hi mod that at
sr. con . .
capelle the lie
wast it wax y
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torroaxf to II aovanceo numerous times anaaaaa aa SB
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Sunday, October 14, 1917, newspaper, October 14, 1917; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth199335/m1/1/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.