El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 18, 1918 Page: 2 of 10
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SL PASO MORNING XJME5. SAI URDA Y. MAY 18. 1918.
jlAinf 10-lnch Whlfc KM Root:
;lr ntyle; 7 QC
11 :.uo value for ff JfD
rhlldren'a Patent Leather Mm ;.
lana Pumpa; good value Qf
it ti.Tt. special. U . . JfDC
úadieg' Canvas ngford with co
vred low heel; very
od viilue nt
..lies' Pat.nt lBiiKi
nil lamia bMI;
00 value for
Mary Jans Pttrn! Lent hi
l'umps for growing- Irla len
S o 7; H.d !
l.ndlea- l'nmpi wltii
three atrapa. In patent or l id.
splendid valúa at
14.00. fspacial ut
Sido Agent for Kduc-alor Khor In Kl I'aan.
lllA-IOT MAN-JACINTO HTItHr.l.
Day s Developments
Amerlean tronga are awaltlaa tka
time when tkey will be tkrawa Inlo
battle oa aa eallrely new part of. Iba
battlefield la 1 mine. The aaavunrr.
nirnl that Ibr Niara are waving a lib
Hat lu ili.li 1'olon Park and lb I rein li
ft) Calgl nn thla battleflrld aald that
.the Aaierlrana were "eoniplattafl Ihelr
training In the area occupied by Ibr
Irogpa whlrb are hlarltlan tbe path uf
Ibe traían to the rbaaarl perla."
which May indicate Ibal aamewberr
lung Hi. line trun Hertllle to Vprea
la the point wbrre t.rnrral I'ershln i'a
men will once mora alrlbe tha tier-
he ilfth 1 1 luii uf tbe front
cenen have been located.
1 in nUier are real ol l-uurillle.
nrUwrl uf Tool enrtb of M. Nblrl
aad on the hrlqhla of tbe lleuae and
la the Mont llldler neclor of Ike Pir-
ara battle area.
Haw litem Americana arc behind the
Hrllb 1 rim 1. wben Ibry arrived and
rl at Iba t ailed malea Irum
me. are aa rt unknown.
It la probable that Ihey aca aol to be
used aa a acparale unit but will be
brigaded wltb Ibe Rrlllah In median
the neat alralie .1 Ike Uermean In Ibe
Iluring Ibe 1. .1 day. tbe aelhlly of
the enemy ha been moat pronounced
al tka lipa uf the aallrnla driven lain
the allied. Ilaea la Ike Yprea and
Homme Irdala. There we a notable
tarrease In Ibe tiermaa artillen lire
in the Lja In troat ot llaarbroorh.
abllr iioiiie. real of Amlena haa
again been deluged with ehelfa troai
Ike t.erinau rannuu. Al tkla polal Ike
Kreaeh hute niailr notable advanee at
late and at nu time since Ibe lierman.
wedne ceased ta move early In April
has ibis rriiton been quiet.
The mm. 1 wratker Ibal haa pre.
1 ailed tur Mvrrel day. over tka en-
tire western mini haa Ird lo aa un-
usual number uf baltlra between
aerial squadrons. In these combata
Ike enemy seems t. have Buffered ac-
verely aad wbllr Ike allien have not
rsroprd unsratbrd they appear to
hate aillnlellied Ihrlr mastery of Ik.
air. Rddlr lllekriibacbrr. the former
iiuloninbllf rue url.rr. eon with Ike
talrilcan fl)lno torce on the Taul
irunl. baa added ennthrr t.erinag ma-
chine tu his rerard.
All alonu Ibr Irunt In I ranee the
teaslon under nhleb the men are
narking haa befn rrflrcird bv lha
large number in Ir.ark raiding t'oraya.
Nimberc. liuHrirr bas there been a
eoafllet uhlcii mijbl he i iiii.idrrid
I lie n 1 1
1 nil. 1 reporta
When you buy don't be
guided by looka alone. Good
tailoring ia aa neceaaary inaide
1 Uta garment aa outside You
cannot go wrong in buying.
! Michaels-Stern and
the L-System Clothes
We carry the fineet atoe It of
Fumiahing G o o d a HaU
Trunka and Leather Gooda in
thia city. No advance in pricea
The HoMave of Quantity. Mill and Stanton Sta.
BUY THRIFT STAMPS
jLEVY GROCERY CO.
oiSSRm I Larga Cn Afxngm. atk
t.raja ata Aasrk
Oft1 Ot R KNTIIIH MfíH K
DI' 'llors Mill 10 D.WH
We ara oartorkrl w 1 1 li
bora ami mnt rwlecw oar
l.srk a nnh-klt a KThle.
Tito blaaaai iiaih. sins. Hi
hoaa awaiting our Inapn'-
Hon. Good TAHHY mIIOI-.h
nay down during tills sale.
Muster lirown How for children.
regular 40c pair apo-
dal Today at. pair ....
(Two paira to customer.)
floys' hora In Tan Klk leather:
rtgular IS 00
Mrn'a Drowi Wi
or Kid; nil leather
at I' '" Hpecial
Men' Tan Kngllsh style ah
rinc and dreaay;
ll.r.O value at. .
Hvery day will be bergulii day
during ihle aale ao come and
boo the whoja family at half
what yon pay elaewbcre
in the World War
from Home or lenna relailve lo nn-
rratlnna an Ibr Hallen front wkrrr.
aa Tburadnv. tbe Heliana made de-
termined allarhs on Aualrlaa poal-
linns rust ut Ibr nrrnla river.
A nummnry ut thr mllllary alluallnn
li Hi. western limit liben nut by
Ibr Itrlllsb iiiiiir.il staff alalea thai
annlhrr 1. nut. aliark bv lha Her-
mans Is tnimlnrhl. II Is liidlralad that
Ibe Rrlllah n the nrw allaek to
be nn as nrcat a scale aa that of
March II wlirn the fighting was be-
Run nier n frunl uf 10 mites The
all In ihe i;rrmau aaaaull haa given
Ibe (. 1 inns n chance to reform their
ahaUrrrd division. It ta edmtltrd
but It atao haa allowed thf alllea to
sli engiben their lines.
Tbe arrival or Amrrleen troupe
: IS TROOPS FIRST CAVALRY
BRIGADE ARE MUS-
d mini Page fina l
rive to he
iniiilered iievt week. Indication Ice the
1 in 1 .1 will bn tin firm regiment to go
Into nervlce oa n unit. Information has
been received that the entire brigade u III
lie drafted Into the federal aervlcr Jusl a
aoon aa II I. ready lo be niualrred into
Nn Field Oflicera Appnlnlrd.
.No field orflcera ham yel lieen ap-
pointed anil II in.i.v bo tiuii all uf the
sci mm hundred applicant will bo or-
dered liefiirn a rnmpelltlve eiamlnlng
hnonl lo deferinlne "wbo'a who." Tbe
rrderal giiveriinieni 11 la umlet Hood will
not lolerile luefriciaht field ..if leer in
ggaPUfln a ihe brlgaila la evpcried to be
ined mu listel fur teHice along the
Meairan border. I ine offleera will be
aulicd 10 familial Un theinselie
iroop dutlea auch ta admlnlatiatluh work
and a few ri ileal nii.lil. iiis. bofure
KUlllf against tita hinud.
General Woltera rleirlv stated when
tie was ronunlsalonad tu organlta the
brigada Dial mlHIi-a euuld have tin plan
111 iho i. nun. ibal all ulllcerv would lie
rhosen for merit and abilitv and that
Iba man wbo railed In '.land up" arid-
being conirnlaafoiiod arould vacate fur one
Who could And he I adhering strictly
to lhl pulley.
Hundred uf appliiallnua have been
tnetia for gommiawChg. Austin alune fur-
iihed eiimigh to create a aquadruii of
418-420 E. San Antottio Straatt
1 ni 1
1 aaaa ataA Kyea i-..
casa aakord 1-iuc.rgk
1. .Hun cast Pratr.
in Ireland; Many Arrested
r r. u w r w a. w
Says Dispatch From lmmin.
Lord Lieutenant of Emerald ble in Proclamation Declares
Fair Nairn of Country la Menaced by Enemy and Calla
on Populace to SupproM Treasonable Conspiracy.
y associated Prrte. '
I onion May M. - 4 ceaaldrreblr
number of arréala sue berg made la
Instil aad throughout Ireland er-
rardlaa In a iilapali h t. tbe Times
frnai flHMIa llnirif J a'rlirfa elurda
My Vt-mcleted Preas
Dublin Nay IT A proclamation la
seed tnnlghl aayt a Oermsn plot in
Ireland haa been dlsrnvcreil. In Hi'
pnii lemellnn the iircroy ralla upon
all loyal Irishmen 10 detest Ma Con-
spiracy The proclamation of the lord lleu-
land nava conspired to enter and Ua
nil. ran into treaaonable rnmmunlct
11. hi ith ttia Herman rharnv. and
'Wkereai auch Ireechvry la a man-
ara tu Iba fair nama of Ireland and
ita tiorloui military record a record
who u la a aourr of Inlanee pride 10
. roimtry hoae tona alwafi dlatin-
iiiiiaheil thcniaeivoa and fuurbt wlih
aurh heroic valor fn Iba paat. In Ui
aama aay at thouatnda of tbem arc
now rifMitir in tbla war.
iiitjnri and rolonali wltb
two for good measure
Hrlllll aad W ollera t.nnler.
nan. 11 II. Mclnll of Dallas command
tng the second brigade of cavalry i.
In Houston yesterday upon bualhMa run
cei led with the tumi adinlnlatratlnn. He
vlailed Wnltars' iiemiqu nrtera and con-
ferrad kl 1 nun upon maiitrs pertalmiiK
to the two oiganitttiuus. 111a brigade
be said was In splendid shape.
Thtre have been many rumora s in
what part of the border tha Firat brigade
would pslrol where hesdcpTartefg would
be and various other manera of keen
interest lint while nothing definite la
known. It u generally believed the First
brigade being a mil 11 Tesas outfit urn
pstrui the southern pan of tha border
with besdquartnr al some central place.
Tha border will he converted Hilo rcgi
mental districts probably and the
Him into squadron dlatrlcts ami en 011
down to the squad.
Walters Addresses Red ( ros Rally.
General Woltera Is perhaps one of Hie
best posted men In Temí on "south
bordar conditions." and is tlmroughly or
qualuiart with the terrllory that may be
under bla control
oenerel Woliers delivered a stirring
speech laat night ftl a lied f.ross rally
al Nugarland. intjnrlty uf Uie cmphiyex
r the great Industrial rami thero pledged
ihetnaelvca to give one day's nay to Hie
Red Croaa. Tha audience caught tbe sen
timem uf the great undertaking when
HeneraJ Woliers said that he had rather
aea hit son now a private In the Amerl
can arm v. lying dead before Ihe Oermau
trenches lhan see Ibe Horn accomplish a
TOTAL OF THIRD LIBERTY
LOAN EXCEEDS FOUR
nntinued I roiii Page une.)
One or lha first steps or the corpora-
llnn may be to establish branches In New
York thlcaao and other llnanclol cen
Hie nev 11 ineinbers uf the new 1 ípilal
issues committee which will woik In
junction with ma nuance corporation
i were iwont In today. They elected
liarles H. Hamlin a itrim-
ber of the rede
AMERICAN TROOPS POUR
INTO FLANDERS TO
' - .union d 11 dm Page Unci
suns of lit itain. many of w hom Pure
mimiinkolile signs of battle. They Had
nut seen in.- .Mm 1 lean before bul they
knew tbev were coming.
The leal alagas of their training before
entering the line were begun almost as
souit is thev re:iihcd their destinations.
From Hist point ihev could bear ihe rum
bla of the not distant runs.
How long tha Americans have bran with
tbe Hriiiali when tbe news that they are
making torlr presence felt along Hie Hue
may be rspected and where the liuines or
Ibe men are cannot be dlaclosed.
Missing Captain Found
in France as rrioale
I By Aseoclatad Prtis.
1 amp kearny. .-an niego. Cal.. May if
captain Richard F. atfiig of the n th
l lalli field artillery who baa leean
missing 11. un his pel here since tate
last InVcmber. has been apprehended in
France where he lias been serving as
an enlisted man Hi the American riperfl-'
tlonory rorcea and Is being brought book
II was officially announced to-'
.aln king according to the account
given out here enlisted al l amp 1 Irani.
III. after leaving thla camp and weal to
t rame. In Una eiillatmeiit be Is said to
303 EAST OVERLAND
Pig Bacon (for aauuoniiig )
Nica Pot Roavat Baaf
Nice Beef Loin Steak
Baaf ToeuratM (fnah) . .
Freeh Beef Tripe (whole) per lb 12V.C
Freeh Baaf Tripe (.mail oU) per lb. 15c
Batter (boat creeuweryi per th. 60c
Egga (freah) par dos. 40c
MUTTON LEGS per lb. 20.
HENS freah oVaatad per lb. 32c
U. S. Food Adnuniatrabon Lkenae No. G-2 3754.
And ahareaa. dntattr meaaurea niuat
he uk 11 10 put down fbia nnrman
plot alilrti- rnrgna will he eohdy dl-
rarted agalnat that plot.
"JTow theretnra we I lie lord lieu
tenant of Ireland ami eoverMr gen-
aral I Ireland liav. ibougbt fit to
laaifb tbla iirorlauiition detlarlnir aa
"That it li tlir duty of all loyal
abierta of tin majen v to aaalll III
every wav Ida inajeat governtnenl
In Ireland lo aupprexa 1I1I1 IreaaOna-
ble rimapiriry and to defeat lb"
fraarhuroiia atlmnpl of nermlnr lu
deranie the Imnor of Irlahraen fm
their own endii.
aid In 1 nulling ain-b rnhapiracy.
"That aa a uicana to tbla end we
lull rauae rill rurther atepa to he
taken tu faillllate and enrourafn vol-
untary anllaUnsM hi Ireland In bla
niajoaty'a fnrcel in the hope that.
Mliniit reaort 10 computalpn the cofi-
inlniilon (.1 Irrlaml to tin .e rorcea
may la lirmight up lo the proper
liength ami made to lurreapund to
Hie eomrlhutloiia nr other porta of the
hate lined the nsine "Philip Hrelt"
-ul. Her who had khnwn him tirevlouslv.
11 1 iilwd I1I111 iind leported blin to Ihe
tin. nn. . me in in said. apiolo
hume tul IllCl ly was In Provo
Guard Frustrates Dash
for Liberty by Interned
Aliens at Fort Douglas
by Associated press."
Ball 1 Ik City 1 ioh. Mav IT. An attempt
to make 0 dash rir liberty from tha war
prison compound at Port Douglas was
frustrated late Thursday night when one
of the guards fired into a crowd or n
aucmy alien. it become known ' today
when one of the prisoners wounded was
token to Ihe post hospital for treatment
M-rnrdbiff lo Colono lieorge Ityratn. prison
eoimmiudati!. ihe pMsoncrs. arme.i with :
rock... aitai ked ihe guard who tired twice
In the oír lo on effort In ship Iho rush.
Avino ibe prisoners refused to halt Ihe.
gii.n. fired lulu ihe mob anil wounded one
of Ihe aliena. Ihe ollens then leireoinl.
Discussed by Williams
By Asocla1ed Press.
Philadelphia May 17. (Jailed Hlatei
Senator John Mbarp Willhtnia of Mlesls-
slppl speaking lonlght at the national
ronventlun or tha League lo Enforce
Peace suggested ao.uMi men aa a agre
limit for minimal armies after the United
-inii and Ha allies aboil Have removed
Ihe danger of Herman mllllarlstn by de-
cisively winning ihe war.
"The greatest nations-Britain. France.
Germany Japan tha I'ntted -tup -1 1
no more unless they premeditate offense."
he soul. "Iioes ibis limitation -deprive
the strong and iiopuluus stales or then
natural advantagea? to. They shall
have that advantage. In hlr reservaa of
superior populations and resource.
"All that would follow Is lhat non of
them 1 mil 1 by aurprise murder a sleep-
ing world as Germany and Austria came
so near doing."
Pledge Support to Wilson
By Associated praaav
Hallas Takes way -IT. Brelunmaty
sleos In antlelnatton of thr location of a
liropoand ;taiea literary rolleg: and the
uluglcal semlnsry by the iiiipberlond
I'lesp.vieiiaii entilen were logon 01 to-
day's session id the gensral assetnldv or
lhat church here. A committee on educa-
tion charged with outlln ng a policy of
rmduct and securing a site was appoint
ed Resolutions pledging support to
Pi h inn Wilson in the war. urging all
members of Ihe church Id support the
Red en.-- and patriotic services were
features of tbe sessions.
tilflraiioii or all Presbyt?r:an churches
probably will get little attention at this
assembly members of lha .clergy and
isuy a'teneu loaay.
111 71 I I HI H RATIONS.
H) Astociatd Preaa.
Amsterdam. May 17. Tha German food
department has ordered a reduction of tbe !
latm.i fi'om uuu 10 too grams dail
ach pt-i sou. tccodlng to tdvleea from
11. 'ine innouiicataeut by tbe depart
breaks ihe news to tbe Uutnian peo
He the supply or promised siam
r 1 . in i k 1 .tine cm certainly be rounled
uiion it ia uncertain whether such suii-
plies will reach Germany In large amounts
perore this yaar'a harvest The reductluti
la made In order to be quilo certain or
meeting the people's need.-. "
By Assoetal ed I-rei. '
PtUladolpfala. May n.-l-lauteaam Boyle
who left Washington at It a. Re. todaj :
'" "J"' "".V'r. !'"!'.
11 lock tomghl. He was obliged tu laud
on the grounds of ttt Philadelphia club
on Ihe western edge of Ihe city because
bis gaaotifc hud become etiauaietl.
par lb. 2Sc
par lb. Sic
per lb. 35c
per lb. 20c
per lb. 25c
par lb. lc
per lb. 2?.c
a money it ua.
ON (LYING FIELD
Captain Antonio Silvio Reanati
Cruahed to Death Taattng
ACCIDENT COMES AT
VERY LOW ALTITUDE
Unable to Réleaae Himaelf From
Seat Daring Birdman la
Cruahed Under Engine.
By Associated Preas.
Maw York May H.-ln a fall of only
nrty feet Captain Antonio heaogti ro
moas Italian army aviator was killed be
iiealh the w rei kage of a new Hallan
made uunoul biplano at Uta Haielhursi
aviation field. Mkaeola. today.
eman a machine "side slipped" wben
the pilad Itompled w avaka a tdtf too
Mmii aftfr 'leaving- Hie ground! One wing
struck the field ana the craft overturaad
raUing upon the aviator and crushing blln
Investigation by army airplane oiricers.
it was announced tonight showed that
there was nothing at fault Willi the plane.
A rough pul on Ihe ground from which
the night starled the Inquiry board
stated slowed up Hie ascent and when
Itesnall attempted T make a turn tiio uio
chine larked siirfloieut momentum.
Itesnall upon his own requeai was ink
big Hie new plane on lis molden trip- jf
bad International Iteiiutallon.
ine iiaiisii ingni rsptuiu. woo caaaa 10
aid . 011
Ie11ut11.11.il leoiitotliiii. After edawingas
an avtaior with tna liaitao lorcfa'uif the
Isoiito iront. where bo was wouadeu liar
tunes liesnstl broughl -a caprorn plane
here ami pertormed the briillaut real of
- inning nine paaaenaers from Hampton
Hoaus 'a. to Mínenlo a distance of 9tt
miles In rour hours and twenty-rive min-
Caplaln Resnall's parents live In Milan
Ills lather la a noted surgeon.
Flying atone and carrying a carga. of
Ui bombs captain Kenan iu't the Ilytng
field un what was to have been the
TttiT lest or lha new. type of biplane. Tilts
nine rose only wo reel wben one 01
isnes crumpled and it fell bark-
Horilsiii liesiiatl. strapped to his
teat was unable to release blraseir in
time nnd one or tbe three heavy en-
tities crushed blm 10 death.
F.siabllshea New Record.
On October v 1017. captain Itesnall es-
tablished a new American flight record In
a Haprunl biplane by flying from Nor-
folk to Mineóla with nine passengers In
four hours and 19 minutes un Movembet
13 bn made a night with the aama num-
ber or passengers from Mineóla to Hamp-
ton. ' Va.. In four hours and two mm
- He met with two Occidents in nocem
bar but escaped unhurt both time.
'Early this year It waa announced ttes-
ITgtl was preparing to fly In a new Italian
ear which could dive under water as
:i ts aall through the ulr. It ia said
lha machine was the only one of ttt kind
in existence and that when finished It
would be able to travel faster under
Wtter than a submarine.
Henry Wondhouae of tbe Aero Club of
Amarles received an account of the ac-
cident from Lieutenant Bellonl of tha
loyal Italian flying corp. who waa on
Uie flying field at the lime. Mr. Wood-
Jtause said Ilia lieutenant had informed
bhn 1I101 ibe death of Heanall waa dua to
.the fail that apparently forgetting Ids
Íaual caution be attempted to pirn and
lie while the heavy machine waa still
too near Ihe rarlb. an error that always
Ill When He Alarla.
- The Indirect cause according to the
lieutenant was that llrsnatl wat III when
he attempted the night. He bad been
.sick several daya. but rather than further
de.av tlir) test he Insisted on flying to-
day despite his Indisposition.
t aptaln llesnetl was the second mera-
Id. who bad destroyed leveral
An -li.. Herman mochines was killed In a
thi ll line am ml battle oter tbe Teutonic
t aplaln nesnal was ! sears uio. ills
militar record was as brilliant at his
eniouts. lie toot pan m
liailles on the Isonzo front and was
.iii.icd five tunc.
rCÜUAN CI INC TUI IISinFR
ON AMERICAN FRONT
(Continued From Page One.)
then made its'way caulluiiiiy hack lo tin'
AVUIKHV M ARIILI.KRV AITIt
hv r.Vnited rStaaa
With the American Army In Frame.
"Today the fighting wat limited to
iei usances and hitermitlenlly aril
kstKRIt Mltll VM lost IN
at i hum is tui l m i ion
Mr Associated Preaa.
Willi Ihe American Army In France.
May 17 An American purauit airplane
was seen In get beyond control al a abort
distance bemud me American linea. na
.Irgsi ur ill i dsv and lo crash to
gtound ti. .in s height or l.oou meters
was míe or tun iiHictiiiies leiiinilog from
a patrol uvrr tlie enemy lines. . How Ibe
accident lui (.elicit is nnt known.
in New York to Open
Big Red Cross Drice
ay Associated Preaa.
Jfew York. May 17 President Wilson
east lb New Vork today to review to
nan tow the great Had Cross parade and
to open with an addreaa lonicrruW ulgbl
Ida hed t:roaa driva for a ii.wu(gn wat
fund He waa met al Ibr station by Cdl.
sad Mrs kdward M Houae. al whose
Mine ; and Mis. VAitsm d!td lwnial
aaf'ir ge.mg io a theater.
klihough ihe luue ut tba praalSaart
arrival was unannounced laoutsadl Of
parson recoanued hint aad cbeerisd aa
aa passed later in live day crowds
honnviiid bound Irani ihe doaulown dla
mn gave him an otailuu whajn. wlib Col
aaal linu-. ail Mrs. Wilaati. he want
lot a U lull. rid. Unoiigb tat city.
Tlw prcsldaiil will i -main her. uoui
ay or viundav .iciuim. pan of the
ai nis hoiel and pail with i alouel
Al l)M tbaaUr tonight the griaMaail waa
mm tu at SssMaj w'..r.i m
Ugu pauasi that he would ati.ud the per
fiaauaucr and the house a a. parked.
HI " ' " "
Til Bofetón 8tOT Corner Oyorlutd and Stanton
For the Seashore Mou Hit afine andl Stay-at Homes
A VERITABLE SUMMER GARDEN ig the impression one gets when this collection of
cool crisp and refreshing ataortment of dreases is aeen. They represent the new
ideas for summer.. 1918 expressed in filmy transparent French Voiles and fine Organdies
the multi-colored Taffetas and Satins aa well as in the new plain effects and last but
not least the finest of summer materials Georgette Crepe in the light pastel shades that
suggest lumancr so well : tan bisque pink flesh- Svh it e. All these dresses are trimmed
with the moat fashionable effects in collars and cuffs and buttons and belt ideas. Some are
trimmed With new bead
t?est vahiea at
$15 $14.95 $19.75 & $29.75
ITALIAN MILANS aad literea some trimmed with Maline others with stove
polish ribbon while many have the new fancy ostrich trimmings. Among these
hats are some special "Fiek" modela which we procured at a special concession and
pass the values along to you. Hats worth as high as $8.50 (f Ag
will be found in this sale at choice st $3aa7vg-
Í "' .(Mezzanine Floor)
Three Special Easement Values
18-INCH HUCK TOWEL-
ING. EXTRA SPECIAL at
A special value for today.
Stock up on your towels by
buying this toweling f f
at yard . BfWf
Córner Overland and
calling for the Investigation wat due to
its "covert" purpose. Tha president was
much concerned oter repon that be de-
sired tha military committee to end Its
BRITISH TROOPS ANNIHI-
LATE HUN GARRISON IN
oKIL-LJ API I UAjn.
(Continuad trust Paga One.)
eirrans Imm. n.cl) fur the oicrsaaa r-
rruita shape up wall. II la la that wltb
an army of such materiel victory la ear
tain for tba allies win bold tba Oar mans
until mal amy gala Into action.
While 'tin- infantry was comparatively
inactive today ihe airmen on bulb aides
bat bean esireiuel? busy. Al daybreak
this morning "Archie" shells began
screaming successfully toward hustll.
l lanos and eier oca Herman avuioi i
have barn making nod uaa of lha brn
Ham suu to rerunnltar and to take pin.
IsUrr anba. Tba allied airman nana bear
pursuing their steady andreleutleaa work
met in. uenuau tines
.IMMV AAIATION rMOVCk klli.AL
rtiLiáÉ d.wcaycas isom
I.oadoa. May TT Oansiau avtaueu has
Bovad a signal failure ks lha great ol
nalva on ike wattara fnmi. accoidui.
lo an urtsetr curres pond sal air t Mom
nag r-oaL Wriuag from m from. b.
Uerman ailailon does not cilst Bras-
eai. in i c air two priurlpal raaaont. Ihe
rtrar batas tha tratasassaa wattage cau.
ed by the iucsmiii attack vf the briush
aad I rendí pilote oa Oaratao macuiie .
Bat taraatd being lha Uuatbkag of tir
dromes The enemy today tuff are from
I- UUiof man and tanvcatnea ka ajg fly
ky Asaorlated preaa.
I W-glfnua Boum i Adujir
i se.eii iseiur toe ururtuperg diet llerr
I Ifauamaun. una vf Ike leadari of the pro
trimmings. At thes: four representative prices they are El Paso's
Á Sale of
VOILE HOUSE DRESSES
. FOR WOMEN AT
Extra special values for to-
day's selling. A goor range
of patterns and styles AO
while they last aOC
g resal ve party said that a fifth winter
of war waa sow Inevitable.
Ocluíaos must make up their minds lo
tace diss pimm tin ent be aald Instead of
obtsliilng victory hoped for during Uie
MARTIAL LAW FMUCLAIMLI) IN
OOIUMIA vi M ill s hi lli A I
I -undue Thursday. May lo Martial law
has beaa proclaimed at Odessa by Uie
Aualrian cununuinianl al law request ol
in. Herman. arcurumg io au
he nermaua according lo aduce- from
street naming in uaeaa
ts reportad At Kiev. Aualrian patrols are
in in. suena uay and nignt and iimii
sands of persons ire fleeing from Use
Berlin especia ID receive I at SOU sheep
and Hiuu pigs shortly from Humanla and
vmjn sana or cereals tu July or August
KAtaaTB MHPONILII AM HA VI MAT
SOCK -LlkK IUMIIILMI IN
w mat ia ucrr Ot UlS PI tPt K
By Assoc la bad Preas.
Ameiardaa. May IT "I bata rock like
1 1 nifidenre Ibal my people will be equal
to lha great tasks of the future" tha
i ulngno Volks Zrllung quote kmparor
William aa saying when inapeeMng the
gravea of soldlrra during bis recent visit
to Aig La Chapallc-
"Tba aoldlar who baa struggled through
the Iron lime or the wurld war win be
a Iracbai and leader uf tbe gruwiag
outha at borne in building up and con
suUdaung tba reborn atuptra.'
MMM mm At BANTS aUVB
NU MOSJC Vtt ATLLsn DATS.
By Asaacuted Praat
l-widoa. May tT -MeaOeat daya la Loa
don reeleiranu sr. ubolisbed begtuoiug
today. Hesuicllooa on eating meat in res
ituraut. bate baau mads anaarassary by
tbe mail rations system uow lo forre.
By Aaaar latas Prat.
aSJikeyg if "the i' SSiyS
irisa auuie rule oui Apparviin ibe ue
T. ephono M00
FIVE YARDS OF 36-INCH
HOPE MUSLIN FOR
Limit 5 yards to customei;
no phone or mail . orders.
Today only fM AA
5 yarda for pl.UU
DITCH AITIIONIIIEK -t s.l-ga IN
MUSI SO IRE UP I ARMI.M. HILk.
Anutendana May 17. Ki treme steps
ttaken by the Dutch aumoriUea In aeasd
Ing troops lo search larms for the pur
poaa of semog wrongfully withheld
stocks of ri am lias aroused surb indigna
tton among the fannera afrerted lhat the-
threatened lo plow un sown fields. In
soma case they are altered to bat e taken
Iblt in. I am li. ci in e
To Jusiiry military action Ihe autjeri
tlei hare Issued statistics showing that
Ui tbe Haarlem lake district it is sail
mated that 1 per rent of tbe wheal crop
I par raat of tha barley so per ram
of the beant and S3 per rent or ate grteu
peas bats been withheld.
Tbe rood shortage tu Holland la bacatn
tng serious .Not ualy Is wheat scsax-r
hut oibrr loodsturrs aa wall. II haa K
.leu led that oa Juna 13 buiwr and Matr
fits will be added to tha rallun list. Tea
storks have long bren eibsust.d and the
at suable supply of coffee 11 dalalUBg
New Hoi el Lenox
asa. cool asadera reatas tier)
aad 1 nu pa
say far iiamijsSp
reads. Uiti Cat4 Oierlaad St.
4 TTOTEL SAVO
MMiñ 122L' 2? "SB: m y
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 18, 1918, newspaper, May 18, 1918; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth199659/m1/2/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.