El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 3, Tuesday, May 21, 1918 Page: 1 of 10
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SPECIAL DEMING-CAMP CODY EDITION
The more you give the more
you save the quicker Kaiser
Bill will behave I Buy W.
AMERICAN AVIATORS WREST
CONTROL OF i FROM HUN
BERDMEN IN TOUL SECTOR
F.I IMj HJ
WMt tt miii rtlr eooMT In
north portion: Tuesday HI'.
Hew Mellen and riMni dnniiii and
Toesney rlr; not mtirh mange In lam-
ENGLISH SECTION TEN PAGES
PRICE FIVE CENTS
N 2-MILE FRONT
THE NEW JOAN OF ARC
U. S. Airmen Lock Wings With Enemy and in Series of
Thrilling Air Battles Tally of Machines Brought
Down Is Overwhelmingly in Their Favor.
MAJOR RAUL LUFBERY PREMIER U. S.
PILOT IS VICTIM OF GERMAN PLANE
Noted Ace Is Killed in Encounter With Big Teuton Tri
llarle Which He Attacked Twice; Is Buried With Full
Military Honors ; French Troops Participate.
By Associate d Press.
Willi the American Army In France.
May to i mini. I of the air no longer be-
longs to the Germans alona; Ihe Toul eer-
tor. Aerial activity there seems to be
Increasing dally but the Germana are not
permuted to prowl about rreely.
Fightng American airmen have locked
wings with the enemy and todey the
tally ot machines brought down Is over-
whelmingly In their ravor. In fact they
have had aurn good fortune that they are
xxondering whether It can keep up with-
out change. They are not passing by a
sinble chance to get at the enemy.
The German airmen have started to fly
In flocks at a great height Early this
morning for Instance r.ve of them came
over together at 000 meters s.ooo above
the ordinary fire or Míe "archlss." ' Tfee
alarm wtt riven promptly bnt the Ger
mans were keeping a sharp lookout and
aa aoon as they saw five American pur
suit planes climbing to meet them they
turned and started home rapidly.
was commissioned a major In the Amer-
ican army and late in January or die
present year was Inducted Into toe L'nlted
sutes service with that rank. -
MAJOR I 1 FltEIIKY. I'll! Mini AMERICAN
ACE. IB KII.LE I.N KM IH NrKIl
IX nil UERMAN TRIPLANE.
By Associated Presa.
With the American Army in France
May to. Major Raoul Lufbery who had
been regarded aa the neat aviator in tn
American a!r service was shot down and
killed this morning lay a big Herman VI-
plane. whlrb he was attacking. I.urbery
junip.-d rrom tita machine wliea no yards
above the ground. He had seventeen vic-
tories to his credit.
He was buried today with fall military
honors in which both American and
French troops participated. Lutnrry's
nome was In wallliigford Conn.
Kacint plane Encapes.
The German marhine wblrli brought
Lufbery down which waa armed with
two machine guns with an operator for
each plate apparently escaped.
Lufbery's only wound aside from those
received when be crashed to cactn. was
a bullet hule through the thumb. Appar-
ently the same bullet piincluree on of
the gasoline tanks or his machine. The
German machine waa under heavy anil -alrrrslt
fire several tunes both before
and after the air right and one explosion
of a shell upset the enemy plane bul It
managed to nraignveu out again
It wra about 10
when a German triplano suddenly dc
acended from the clouds apparently bé-
fense of engine trouble until It was
only some 1.S0U meters over tb3 city of
Toul. The American filers were on the
alert and suene or tbem beaded ror the
fighting line to await toe enemy on bis
Lufbery Attacks Twice.
Lufbery and toe pilot of soother
CAPTAIN PETERSON BRINGS
DO W.N GERMAN blPLAXK.
May to. The German biplane brought
down yesterday by captain David Peter
son of Honctiiale ra. his third since May
15 was conquered after a right five kilo-
meters within the 'German lines. Peter-
son and another pilot came upon two
enemy machines one 2000 meters high
ami the oilier three thousand me Amerl
cans each picked out an enemy airplane
captain Peterson diving on the tall of
the one iooo meters nigh rired so snots
at close range. The enemy went Into a
spinning nose dire see crashed to earth
The other enemy marhine escaped.
I OvIWt NIQITC FORM GEN. PEMHINO
PAYS HIGH TRISLTK TO AMERICAN
VALOR AMI SACRIFICE.
By .Associated Press.
Washington. May JO. General Persh-
ing's communique today brought Its belt
story so far or the valor aud sacrifice
ot American blood on the battle rielda of
France. It also gave eloqnent testimony
to the spirit or democracy which knows
no rare nor color.
it told or the gallant death of Major
Raoul Lufbery. premier American ace of
tbe flying corps gentleman globe trotter
and one of the first filets of the cele
brated Lafayette ascadrllle. it told also
of the heroic right or two American negro
soldiers both wounded who withstood a
raiding party or to Germana and saved
comrades from surprise and capture.
.v.txxiti.-tanomg Ihese two Incidents
General Pershing referred to yesterday as
Headquarters American expeditionary
forces May IV llt:
seciu.n A-Aside from the activity of
the air forces on Loth sides the day was
quiet at all points occupied by our troops.
ur aviators brought down two machines.
"Section B Reports in hand show a not
able Instance of bravery and devotion
..i. '-i.. i shown by two soldiers of an American
colored regiment operating In a French
sector. Before daylight on May II Pri-
vate Henry Johnson and Private Huberts
while on sentry duty al some distance
from one another were attacked by a
German raiding patty estimated el to
men who advanced In two groups
lai King al once from flank and rear.
Both men fought bravely In band to
band encounters one resorting to the use
. Coutrlbutt(i by W. 1.. oUrrelt.
85 CHARRED BODIES
ARE REMOVED FROM
AETNA ACID PLANT
American Honor Roll
Over 212 of Fores at Work in
Factory at Time of Explo-
sions Still Missing.
NOXIOUS GASES STILL .
HANG OVER VALLEY
Charred Walla Being Leveled
With Dynamite to Permit
Exploration of Ruin.
f Associated Press.
Pittsburgh. May ). Eighty five rhsrreil
and blackened bodies lay today tn the
temporary morgue at oakdale near hrre.
where on Saturday Ihe high cxplost
plant of the Aetna iliemleal company was
destroyed by a series of explosions
Ninety four Injured were being cared
for In Pittsburgh hospitals and official
nf the company said that tit of the total
king force of the factor had not
yet been accoiinied fur. Many of Hiese
as expected would register during
the day at the office which the company
opened In the stricken town on Saturday
Investigation of the disaster by federal
state county and vlllago authorities was
In progress while tin search of the
ruins went methodically on under Die
direction of Coroner Samuel C Jamison.
Motions gases from the explosion still
hung In Ihe valley and today It wis de
idad to clear away the remnants or the
buildings villi dynamite In Ihe hope of
quickly exploring the ruins and ascer
taining Just luí many bodies remained.
An official statement frugi the Aetna
Chemical couipsHv said lhal about 171
toen were In the plant when the eiplos-
jecurred. The niimliei known "posi
tively to be dead" IS forty. The plant
approximately go per rent destroyed"
and the stocks of tulol and the shipments'
I wet T. N. T. which were on cars ready
to go out were lost In the explosion
By Associated Press.
Washington. Msy ttl The casualty list
today inntalned 45 names divided as fol-
lows: Killed In action 7; died or wounds t;
dies! nt accident I ; die. I or disease 7;
wounded severely r); wounded slight-
officers named were: Csptsln Hsrrls P.
Rucwatter. Royeaford l a. killed in ac-
tion and Lieutenant Tom W Brown Mew
Britain. Conn . severely wounded.
The list follows:
Killed in action: Captain Hsrrls Rue-
waiter Royeafod. Pa.; Corporals George
n. Burgess v.i!t. Pa.: Manford L. Melrhl.
Leo Ind.: Prívales James A. Illake. Mew
York illy; Peter Kurskn Plcklnson. M. P.;
Frederick W. I.ampman lied Oak Iowa;
Allen II. Moore "Itxdic VI.
Hied or wounds: Sergeant a. Paiton.
nied of sccMmi!: Prívete y.obllo piscar-
lo. Mount carmel. Pa.
Pled of disease: Privates waller F.ln
ton l.ockvert N. Y.: F.ugcna Frances
chettl Santa liara. Italy; Lester L. Olor
Varysbiirg N. V.I Hubert Jackson. Itaw-
llnson. Ark.: Mario Maschln. Oakland Cal
John M. Humphrey PrattsrHle Ark
Jsmrs r. Sullivan Lone dork. wis.
Wounded severely: Lieutenant Tom W
Pmwn Mew Britain ronn.j Sergeants
Ernest E. Hill Glonors M. v.; Clifford P.
Williams. Put Hand. DU'i; Cot pru al Nor
ton i). carry. Jollet. III. i Prívales Wll
Ham l. Anderson. St. James. Minn.; Mlrh-
dsr Rolden xiheny. 5. i .; W- ter
Brown (Hidden. Iowa; George Bums.
Cheshire fonts. t Glen W. Cabbage Haiel
Ion N. D.: Porter K. Compton MurrreyS'
born Term.; navld 7. Cox Urania l a :
clarence I. Oablieq Marengo Ind.: Tom
J. navies ranisqua ra.; Krie a. errar I
son Bridgeport. Conn ; William Frederick
Fort lies Moines .xxn -loplirn T. Hon
mann llndsnn. Wis.; Mnntie Kelley St
Cloud. Minn : John S KJrhy. Tetarkana
Tens; Mlehnlas Palermo. New Haven
conn.; Frank Pnorman. Blxby okla
Michael J. I'roveniano Brooklyn M. Y
llgyrion C. Bsy. xioodv. Mo; George .
Heiipath. Waysala. Minn.; Frank
Helmets St. Louis. Mo; Frsderlrk F
f-xx union. New London Conn.; Russell M.
i minion- smunrx.ro. in.: insren.
Wetherell South Manchester Conn
xv eltviiMi.- Private XX all
ebiue made after the German who gxuirk- "f a Bolo knife after his rifle Jammed and
ly ran away rrom me otrrciion or ine
line the two Amerlcau machines rollo
Ing him. Eight miles sway from the en
amy's Une Lufbery was seen to attack
from under tlie tall but h:n be drew
off aa if his machine gun bad Jammed
Two dnnules later hi attacked again
rrom Ihe same position end almost no
mediately bis machine burst into names.
Major Raoul Lufbery baa been attached
to toe American aviation corps less than
four months but before lhal - he had
mode a brllLaut record as a metaSser of
tbe Lafayette earadrlle with the French
amy and waa generally accounted the
ueder of the American goes. Only re
cootl he brought down his eighteenth
enemy machine which so far se Is
known was tbe number standing to his
credit when be was killed and whim Is
by far ihe isrgst credited to loy Amer-
ican aviator either with the American or
the France army.
Lufbery s father was a native born
American hut Ms mother was a French
women end Lufbery lilinaelr waa born In
Franca thirty-four years ago. For the
part of Ids lire lie waa a traveler.
log up occupations In various parts or
aseria sue served at one time i
nibs with lbs American army
in tbe Philippines and was successively
occupied at runes in Algeria Egypt and
in various pens or rump
t avisas joined U French avian oa ear
xrtce in. isia and aoon began to develop
marked skill as an aviator with the ri-
sDoua Lafayette escadriSs By Rovembvr
or that year be had shot down su sea
chinas and bed bean cited for bravery
and early last year fea warn lbs cross of
ana Lofton of Honor. Laser he wat pre-
sented with the gold ssedsl of the Aero
Club of France
Ths Br ush military tuedal the. war
Basal of the aaro (Jkub of Am artos gas
several tunes had been died hi France
army orders once as "ass hirtassytrahta
pUoL" nt had as vasal aerrow wrasse
When the Ansel i aw service lisas
assume active thejr
furUter llgnilng with bayonet ami butt
became isafioatlble. There la evidence
lhal at least one end probably a second
German was severely rut A third Is
known to have been shot.
"Attention Is drsxtn to the ract Hut tbe
two colored sentries were first attacked
and continued righting grter receiving
wounds snd despite tbe use of grenades
by a superior force Tiey should be
given great credit for preventing by
their bravery the capture or many of our
Three of our men were wounded.
two by grenades. Ail are recovering and
ihe wounds In two rases are alight.
'Majar I.urbery was killed ill night dur
ing which lie had been In combat lie
at seen to fall rrom bit machine which
itself fell a short distance from him. Me
as possibly wounded or dead before he
Earlier reports slated Hist lie wss
si the time engaged in s long running
fight snd wss flying upside dowo tt fiOOO
Last nlgtil one of our aviators engaged
two German planee apa brought down one
la Ihe trtrbuiy of ApramonL
ibis moratag Lieutenant rougisa
anipbell. flying al Laoti metres brought
doxsu g hostile biplane In the vicinity of
rnrey Tbe hostile plane fell within our
"On Muy tt s descendant of one Of tbe
French officers who aerved with the
American revolutionary forces presented
In tbe name of the descendants of all such
officers a aland or national and regi-
mental colors to two regiments or a newly
arrived American division. These flees
bore the inscription
From tfee sons of the French cham
pion for American liberty to the American
masapings lor France aad alt majesty.' -
37 Killed 155 Injured
in Ambitious Air Raid
on British Metropolis
Monster Fleet of Hun Airplane. Sprwd Death and Terror VI ft 11 N
on Thousand. Gathered in London to Participate in uuu 1 Ul I Li 1 tl I UUU
Whitsuntide Festivities. Pfin n I din 1 1 inn
Approaching Raiders Greeted by Continuous Volleys From
Anti-Aircraft Guns and Many of Attackers Fall Before
Defense Guns ; Property Damage Considerable.
By Associated Press
Thirty seven persons
MISS ST TtXN AMLlUCAAS tteXsa
W Ml PsutMSN CAMPS BaisJtlt Ul.
seStrtrxwM held ta Oerasno prison rampa
at received today ky Ihe war department
through the Spaoisb esa any at Berilo aud
ware killed and tu iniuren m tbe London
area ouring last nignrs air raid
London and the n.eiropoinan pollen ills
irlci Killed-Men IT women ii; ehiliirei
t; toul J7.
luiored-Meti g3; .unen 10; ihlldren tí:
iTovlnres Inlured -Meh . women J:
liilldien I; tola! i.
I.olisldrshl.1 dauiae In roo!. ill. hat
aid Lei e DM Ktrr lailcrtskaa.
The aerial attack nf Ihe Germans yester
day on London and its environs probaosv
as uie most sniihiious ever uu.lr-ak. ii
.Never before was there surh s coetumed
olley of firing from Uie Biitlsli ami sir
Thousands of persons had their 'Irst
expeliente in a raid. They ware par" s
Irom many points In England fteoiun.t
and Wal- s wlw look advantage or the
Wliilauiittde holidays wblrli run from
Hatorday uuui ruetday. to visit lee ase-
IropolU. On thr oilier hand t'iousends
of Londoners bad gone to the rour.ny and
(' sssssaatsi aa Fane Tw
of .ÍTfr '
seashore resorts They cut short their
visits snd hurried hark to l.or.:uti to learn I ea
III fat.- of tin II homes and relatives Pirt.
Exerfit ror a few brier piuses. the gun-
in rs Maud away with a terrible combi-
nation of Ihe.
Hatters ri al Great Melajhls.
The raiding OOUlM new al a great
height. He. maJorlU ol them See;. ih w. 11
up to Itjmti reel In s very cleat say.
It was the rirst sir raid oc : onion
since Mar. :i 7. and Ion. or the raiders Ui
before the defenses of lmdnn
Tlie moon was alilnmg brtghUy when The
rairhr. ciosi'-f Hie snil ssh rri poim n.1
hrsded lot tbe n elio I
Tlie usual .warnings eie given piompt
h and the iwople liad lime to re u sLel
teie liebee the auna III II . in ivhh .rttoiel
ol I ..int. iii ware beard. The firing wss
aimoi rasBvnuii.s i.r in.ie than tan
hours Bad waa unusualls u verc ei tarsi
tK.nibs ere dropped by the raiders
li e uumoer 1 1 aaiefiiy air. rail is agit
k no vii but ttesy seem to have been more
tii'ineroue than u.-ual
It E. Ptitrsey Abo Sends
Similar Amount to New Mex-
ico Battery in France.
special to the Morning Times.
-o. is Ft N si. May -Mrs. R. f .
Putney of Alliuioeigie wife of tlie well-
known wholesaler and milling division
head or Hie fund aduimislrstloii. has Just
-n tlAUU to Pallery A. the deck Mew
Mexico srlillery orgsuUtllon. The dona-
ron Is to lie i'sed in any way Hi boys
and the commandom officers see fit
Putney has aired senator Jones asking
ion. to cable the sin. Mrs Putin y sis
sent a check for II 'sm Pi fTafup c-.dv to
be osea in Inlying t.ssensii ami ..liter ail.
Mu eqiilpmeiil. and helped start the liad
Cross drni III All mpirrlpie with abotlssr
rbeck for tija.
Twelve Dead and 25
Injured Is Toll of
Storm in Nebraska
By Aasorlsled Press.
Bloomrield rfeb. Msy e Twelve per
sons killed mostly children and r In
Jured some dangerously la the human
lull of the tordnnn (hat swept thla por
Hon or .Hebraeae Saturday night. Tbe
Mrs. H-M mm Haggea and opa child.
Mr. and Mrs. August Frederlckaun and
Five children at the spinner place.
nne child al the Pieper rarm.
Herlously injured John .. Lluncekpeii
Mrs. August Frederickson snd one child
were Instanlly killed. Mr. Froderirkaoi
and a bahy 7 inoniha old died Miiuday
afternoon ime child 7 yeara old Is tbe
only survivor or the family.
live Hplnnrr children were Instantly
killed and their father's legs so Imdlx
mangled that It waa necessary to ampu-
tate them. Both lega ere broken In tev-
eral places and a a. solium driven through
betalle are yet meager due in the con-
litlont of wires but enough has leakeil
through to riu xx ffisl the slorm left
scores or demolished homes hams sud
other buildings In lis wake. It Is feared
later details will swell tbe death Hal.
Mrt. Herman Haggei and one child ware
killed in tin- destruction of the residence
of Hcrmsu lltggea.
The i'leper piara waa demolished and
one member of ilia family killed. The
ornado waa accompanied by hall and
Wounded slightly: Private Walter
s intuían. Buffalo If. Y.; Corporal James
I.. Magee Hegil flkls.
I i 1
Counties Urged to
Use Local Material
in Highway Projects
-penal tn the Morning Times.
Austin. Teiss Mty .n The stste high
wsy commission. In order to discotti'tge
rtllwsy ship incuts of road malerlala dur-
ing the xxar today In regular monthly
session adopted a resolution requesting
counties In making applications for state
or redrrsl. aid rrr rosd construction to
confine them to projects In which locsl
material can be used.
The commission also approved tlie sng-ge-tion
ol the United Htates fuel admin
istration that all highways work in Teiss
ot sny rharscler. Including municipal
work. Involving the use of asphalt mail
hinders road oils tar binders or dress-
ings he passed upon hy the state hlgh-
sys department and thai a special per
mit of Ihe fuel administration nil divis-
ion alll be required before delivery bf
hoses will be authorised This sc-
tlrm is taken In order. that Hie fuel nil
requirements of Hie l'nlted Hulea and
her allies snd essenllsl wsr Industries
mty he fully sstlsried II being round
neeesssry to limit the use of petroleum
snd cost In the msiiufscfure of toad pro
Frenchmen Fighting With British
in Northern Battle Zone Push
Forward for Important Gama
in Sharp Attacks Launched
Against Enemy Lines in
Over Four Hundred Prisoners
Are Taken in Daring Opera-
tions; French and Italian
Force. Advance Twelve wnd
One:Half Mile in Fighting in
By Xsso i.de.t Press.
Loadnn Msy se. In sharp operation
annum Lucre. French trunps made an
Important alliance nn a Irani of more
than tno miles and raptures' ever tat
prisoners aernritlng to Field Marshal
llalg'a rrport rmm Brltlsh hredsjusr-
ters la rranrr tnnlghl.
The tett ol Ihr statement reads:
'During Ihe night French Iroeps car-
ried out successful epersliiins ess! an.
ortheaat ef l ucre All their obrnixes
were alard on a front I seme i.oas
yards snd shout log prlsenrrs were
"Local fighting nerurrej early lids
morning nnrlh nf Albert aa a result
nt nhieh a few of our men are mlsg
lag. A parly of enr troops rushed a
fierman pest east ef llrliiirUme sat
raplurrd a few prlsonera and two ma-
"The hostile artillery has shows
rnnsidrrsbln activity today with gas
hells In Ihe : -rllus berth et He
ITAI.IAM AMI FRENCH TROOP
AOVAKCS TWELVE xi 1 1 i s in
i.htim; in xi i i imimx
Hy sssoclsted Press.
I'srls. Mr :m trench and llallas
IriHips haxe made an advance of Iwea
It ill.. meters (tlx elle anil une ha I
miles) on the ncslera end ef ih
Macedonian front Ihe war office an
it. u s tonlghl.
IRIktl I'lllsoN Mi- ARRIVE IN LOMION
By Associated Press.
London Msy stl-A dtspatrh to till
Times from Holyhead tsys that M sun
Fain prisoners srrivad there on a war
ship Halurday night. They wria march
ed to a camp. The Cnuutess Marklevin
tt sent In London itther prisoners aru
expeled at Holyheail.
With the exception of Professor f Va
era and Qiuntess tlarkalvirs who ap
peareil P. he dejected Hie prisoners did
not sens to be disturbed
NEtta raXKiiHAMk I (SOU IU1I XM.
MEPUHI I IHAHIJ I XI XI
l.inlun. Mear Stereknwa lelomrema mam
i.ui.iiu i.poii cor. linn
with me arrest of i.o
or the sis -ion teiu in.
in nt are In eaalody The ilier two at
ano is ui
l.axxteuc MlifM-ll. Wtni Is
iiiontbs' senlrocs lu Mutni Jos' priaoa.
Apiong others under arrest are ' liarsss
' . H.ns aad Lbristpner aiullioa. vu ere
r barged with the unlawful iriesauvwi ol
iplosl.es at Sri lias Aari FearOar ittour
stxene aad Jasan (y StrteeV edjtlor sod man
sgsr of Ihe UlbberseaiSouthefn hur
Vice Feildant Morris snd Vhe remain
log heeds of the Sinn Fern organisation
have Issued s reply to the n: oclaioatct.
AIB mu it sn.su.
By Associated press.
Washington May .- president Wilson
t today signed an executive order estab-
lishing ss distinct snd tepsrsle bin su.
r the air production board and ties bureau
of m.nuiy Mruugullcs. ThU taki a tbe
production ef aircraft entirely bat
signal corps of the army which r seríalos
itself t separata orgajulgation.
so utxisios sxAutaa.
By Assatisted Frees
Wtehsafton May M.-raguyggitigi
leaders and Becretery MeAdoo failed today
to agree en whether revenue Issjttltlarm
should be undertaken at this session of
CZAR TO tiU Til BMIIEltLINfl.
By Assoiisted Press.
tleuevs rtwitcerlsrid. May in .-Nicholas
lion ei. oil. former empsror of Ruselp. snd
his finally s cording to reports printed
ft) Visima newspapers has been given
hit choice of eslle In Ruínenla or Bwita-
ertsad and baa dacidud to go to .witter-
land. This rosiresslou II is added waa
granted by Ihe soviet goveraraenl on sea.
lam rrsndliions the prloclpsl one being
mat lie would refrsui from mskitig er
forts to return Pi Ihe Rususn uitum
Presence of Alcohol
in Cider Sold in W aco
Revealed by Analyses
pedal to the Morning Times.
Austin Tests Msy fi .til analysis of
ampies of rider rnllectod by t repre
sentative of the sum nc y general's depart-
ment at Waco which is within t lu mile
one showed slcohol varying In sirangln
from t pi I per rent according to a re
poii made today by tbe slate food and
drug department to the attorney general.
i. j. un lion -'.ii. alii result to reslrsln
tbe .ale within lo tulle sones of cider
containing sufficient slcohol to p indue
iTTtftrtrHtfjs sml aisu to restrain rsllroed
Horn transporting such rider to points
i nun the in mile tone. Authority for
riling turh liijuiicilon suits Is given by
the titomey general under Ihe to mile
sou art of the last legislalurs. In these
suits penalties are not asked.
Assistant Attorney lirneral keeling who
is cousfucllng the elder investigation in
uay said last several petllloua for in
junction are beMig prepared. He alan
said lhal He i.ivesligttliiii had been ei
tensive and lhal samples have been col-
lected lu a number of lo mile sones.
I'-BOAT I'l IS INTO MAIIRIII IHXHi.l n
Msiliid Msy to.-Tlie Heruian submarine.
I'-St says art official dispatch rrom Car.
teggtia entered that port last night lo a
The U M according lo Gemían tdvlret
Ik tlie submarine m.it tunHHlocd Ihe Lut.
lun in orr Klnaale May 7 mi;. A dlspatrb
from .Munich Havana received tn Swll-
serland on May . said lhal It was the U M
Hist ssnk the liritisii liner tan March It'
tilt it' was reported In Washington that
II was tbe U N which attack..! ihe Amer-
ican tanker prtrnllle ofT lite coast of
Egypt In December mis. II Is poaslble
Hill the old U-W msy be out of serviré
by thll time snd that her number hss
been taken by I m v boaL
F Mi-Sill A T MUNh OVERMAN SILL.
By Aseo is ted press.
Weehbigtun May in president Wilson
lodsy signed the uienuan bill giving the
incident broad powers lo co ordinate
congress snd a UcteJsi ass left to a lu
hit I I XII MUM. lilt XI I hH.NI.ll
By Associated Preas.
Washington May r -President Wilson
lodsy signed Uie bill for tbe reglslrslion
for sm. duly of youths who have be-
come it ... June I last year so i who
beriaue g on June I hereafter. Registra
tion xtill occur on June I arrangements
already having been made By Provoat
Mar si .al Ueueral CrowSar.
NtlHHIM III XI M II s
.pedal to the Morning Times.
Austin Ions May to John A. Bon...
f What inn. recently appointed py uover-
nor Hobby In membership nn Hie board
of wster engineers srnn .1 in Austin today
sud qualified Mr. Morris succeeds J. 9.
ItUslln who eenttoWero as rlly engineer.
AMF.HIf A h PoLrritu. AUeTTk.
Bausas Clair Mo. May tu.-pi'ufessor
nrahani lavlor .ir Chiesro. aildi easing
the .National ijinrerence of social work
tonlghl. termed the peoples now op-
pressed by Oermsny snd Austria as po-
llina: ssseis lo America and ss potential
military forces fur ending the war." He
iiigrii sympathetic co operation with the
Pules. Hoiieiuisiis and Juagosisvs in their
struggle lo tally their is'ople In Ihls
country and at. road and a reeled by revo-
lution it en fatherlands rrom Hie aggiea-
s una of Oermsny gad Austrian deepuUaui.
nn JP WAN UCIM si xr
llhsra. Ii. v. Mty iv-A request that
' i n. ii unlvertify revoke all degrees con-
ferred upon Ur. Ustid tarr Jordan xsae
made up.iu the Uiard of Iriialees hern la. I
night In reunion. ni unanimous y adopted
by the eleea ot Igrt In Ma forty-firtb re.
iinlou. The action wag taken it wag
staled. uim In Jurdau's slivsed pscirisih
end his rrttlrsl sttinnle Piwsrd Aturrics's
wsr policies. He xsua grtwiuaied rrom the
iinlvereily in is7J snd the honorary de-
vice of doctor of isas as contened upon
LAN x nt. opsksj ttcacv Unix t
My Aaaociaied Fres.
Seal Is Vega B. M . Mty su la
xsfse Sad Cross Srva apenad m earn
set lodee with S) cotwxvltues bard tl
work. Msay Hafug ra ptanneo for use
ssade last San Miguel epuuiy WIN gol "They may ktu our Kvders. but they
over the lop before I ri ts. isiutot kajl the Siou Fen
St.NN t fclNEIIs MJCkT.
By Aaaoelaled I' res.
UtaWtn. Mty It. A Sian Fern SiSSIl-
stiwBon tasssy at Coo's hiu east cavan
fey tjm persoos Among
tbe speakers were two priest Tbe sum
iimvh i x xiii u sin.iiis on ii r it
Fallon. Nrv.. May iv menu Mark L.
wtnies. or ei. 1. 1. -inn eoimly ass raiaity
wounded by Paul Walters wnutu tie had
arrested by evading the draft Ibis after -
n WaJiei. a rancher eaily mis spring
in celled tor service srlm.l lum.elt
snd hid in the mountain Wiidea gat
track of htm sun sainrday aftrrieu they
rounded Walters ..rep in the ttUJS. Ac-
cording P. Ihe leimrts Wilde had Wal-
ters with lila bands up and started to
handeun hun wlieu Wallers watched hit
ptelul and ale ' W ilds SUnduig off lita
QflBjfc waltett escaped. Paawas arts
See Page Three for Dem"
ixig-Gqnp Cody News
(IVABrnjBBtW oa rase T -o.)
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 3, Tuesday, May 21, 1918, newspaper, May 21, 1918; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth199667/m1/1/: accessed July 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.