El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 8, 1918 Page: 1 of 16
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West Tex "altxdav end Uundar gen-
New Wexlro-etsirrtiy "I nudty gen-
rally fair warmer real portion lnr-
EL PASO. TEXAS. SATURDAY JUNEo 1918
ENGLISH SECTION SIXTEEN PAGES
PRICE FIVE CENTS
AMERICANS WIDEN SALIENT IN HUN UNE
flllUfj i ct
Local Board Asked to Make
Searching Investigation of
Questionnaire for Purpose of
Increasing Number of Men in
Class One and Weeding Out
Crowder Expresses Belief That
Boards Have Been Imposed
Upon in Mny Instances by
Those Wishing to Escape
Service; Thousands in De-
ferred Classes May Be Raised.
By Associated Press.
Washington June 7. With the double
purpose of lncres(or Hie number or men
available ror military service and of Insuring-
rslrer artriilnlsiiallon of the actor
live service law. Provost Marshal Hen
Tal Crowder today telegraphed govem-
ors of all stale. asking immediate re-
investigation or the draft classification
" lista everywhere.
Class one already exhausted in some
localities by the repeated calls contains
.7 per cent of all the registrants ec
'i nil i to the national average but per-
centages In the 4.S0O local cximpttoa
boards districts vary materially both up
and down from the average figure.
Believes Boards imposed i pun.
By "slacker marriages ' and ungrounded
claim of right to Industrial or agricul
tural exemption tieneral crowder
llevas soma registrants have Imposed
upon mo locst boards to escape service
while in other districts an application
of the regulations has been perhaps
stricter than Is Intended. The governors
and the appeal agents are asked to In-
vestigate and upon evidence to ask boards
to reclassify men. Assistance of the pub-
lic through supplying Information to the
boards also Is asked.
"Tins office has reached the con
clusion." said the provost marshal gen-
eral "that corrective procedure can be
made moat effective by revislou by tbe
locsl boards wlib the hearty and active
assistance of government appeal agent
and members of legal advisory boards.
"You will therefore Issue instructions
that they shall immediately proceed to a
carerul examination or all the question-
naires and records In the classes of
rases herein after Indicated and make
such recommendations to the local
board as they may deem necessary.
Local boaxde government agents and
members of legal advisory boards should
direct special attention to the following
classes or cases:
Thousands Wrragly Classed.
"Class two A. and B.; class three A.
B. and C; and class four A. Thousands
of registrants are now In class four
who should be In class two or class one.
i.oicrnmeul sppeal agents should be In-
structed to appeal every case where tbe
reclassification Is not convincingly cor-
rect life activate of local boards appeal
a 'mus and member of legal advisory
boards Is nol limited to the classes of
cases above Indicated but tbe same cor-
rective measure should be applied to
ail other cases or deferred classifica-
tion when the .-ame appears necessary.
Te set Astee pretal Week.
"Local boards should set aside a spe-
cial week lo June to be called class one
week to conduct examinations or doubt-
ful esses. classifications should he
scientifically adjusted now so aa to avoid
the necessity of proceeding to tbe de-
f (rod classes. The remedy Is yours to
"II Is Important also that corrective
procederé should be applied where iie-
saaiaiy In case of boards snowing un-ii-uaily
high percentages or class one.
Where Here are no apparent explana-
tions for such high percentages you
should make Inquiry of the proj-cr boards
with a vie lo ascertaining whether the
boards have correctly applied the reg-
"Also Instruct all local boards lo rs-
exagutne under tbe new standards uf
physical examination now betas issued
at: ooLUUui iiitt uMih may bare rallen
luto group B.. group C ur group D J
men physically III for general military
service who may have been placed m
one or we anote meuuoneu groups .no
of rewovlU4 lo group C. as qualified for
special and limitad military service such
sen ss may heretofore kaie been totally
rejected or placed la Ik deterred re
mediae 1 (roup."
Heavy Rains in Texa
Railway Train Service
By sor sstsd Press
Mostillo le. tune 7 the entire Pali
haoole and western portion of the atete
received from lr to tare latea of
sis ut tbe Last twelve hours. The Port
Worth and Denver rstlway luaSSlaal s
series sir bibbs!! near kthaspbts. Tejas.
male SMidtWwa or Amenito. Inter
inplm nam arrvb several honra. Over
twelve lundrtxl yarda oí railway tract
ss iliinaasinl fur srtarel asara.
ra rats wsu aw oi grass IwsmU
SENSATIONAL GERMAN PLOTS IN U. S.
UNCOVERED BY NEW YORK GRAND JURY
I THE ROUND-UP
FIND SELVES AT
Having Defeated Bills on Pro
gram New Measures Along
Same Lines Introduced.
By Aasocialed Press.
Phoenix Arli. June 7. The legislature
started again almost at the beginning to
day. The bous: having defeated the
senate council of defense bill three new
bills creating state council of defens?
w.re Introduced one In the senate and
two In the hours. Toe senate bsving
defeated an AnierlraiUisliuu bill two
more bills for the educstloo or non.
Kngllsh speaking ali-ns were Introduced.
me or Hie new council nf defense lulls
agabi gives to the governor the appolni-
ng power while on- like the lull that
was defeated makes the appointment de
pendent upon the approval of tbe board
of supervisors of in county from which
Hie appointee Is named
third takes the matter wholly out of
the unid of Hie governor and really
legaliza tbe present council of defense
naming the existing members. II Is cer-
tain Hist none or these hills will go
Urn. ugh In lb on mil form and II la
the grcwlng opinion of aoensbera that ino
legislature will be unable lo agree upon
SPANISH EDITION OF MORNING
TIMES SUSPENDS PUBLICATION
After carefully considering the growing public sentiment
in the United State against foreign -language papers the
Morning Times management has decided to discontinue the
publication of iu Spanish edition for the present There is
no feeling that the Spanish edition of the Morning Times
ha been the object of any complaint for it is at well-kpown
fact that the policy of the Morning Times is and has been
strictly anb-Pruattan which policy has been rigidly adhered
to in its Spanish edition. Because of its excellent new ser-
vice and fair and impartía I treatment of the big problem of
the day it discontinuance will undoubtedly be regretted
by it many subscribwrs throughout the large territory in
which it ha circuUtad for the past four years and in which
it ha many Spaniak-speaxking friend. However the Morn-
ing Time realizes that these are extraordinary time and that
sacrifice in many case must be road by each and every
one of ua.
DALLAS COUNTY IN
LEAD WITH NUMBER
OF NEW DRAFT MEN
El Paso County Fifth With 428;
All Draft Boards Excgg
Eight Heard From.
special to (he Time...
Austin. Texas June 7. .Mi locsl draft
boards except eight have mail retorna
lo the 'leías selective draft department
of the rgistrauon -of inn who have
come twenty-one yeara or age aluce June
I 1M7 and which was held throughout
the state last Wednesday. iriegretna
have been sent to the missing hoard
hurry aloug llie reporta as no totals will
be given out mil l the return sea com
The i ity of Dallas lieads the 111 of
cities In the number of registrants lie
total of re.glstrsimn h ms Ml. wiih
bailas rouuty as making a total qf Ml
for Dallas county.
Kan Antonio is second with 7s. snd a
total of vog for Bexar county; Houston
third w Hi 71. S)d total of 11 ror
Harris county: Fort Worth fourth. Set a
total of IMS lor Tarrant county; II I'aso
ity lililí. Sol a total of ti tur hi I'aso
county ; Waro sixth 3V7 a total ol ew
McLennan county Ausliii seventh
av. total of son for Travis cuauty.
TO REDUCE COSTS
OF FOOD ORDERED
Hoover Outline Plan to Com'
pel Observance of Fair Price;
Asks Public to Aid.
By Associated It. si.
Washington luue 7. A country-wide
move to reduce the cost of food to the
consumer end sutndsrdise methods
compelling- the observant- by dealers of
"fair price lists" waa ordered today by
fond Admiiii.il aim Hoover.
Lista will tie published In every nounty.
town and caty. and consumera will be
asked to co-operate with officials In fore-
lor merchants to bring their prlrrg lo a
Would Prelect ral rial Ir Dealrr.
If lids ran be accomjrllshed i tatemen!
Irsusd by the rood administration aays
the average buyer wlU not only be pro-
tected but the patriotic merchant who bsa
followed the food administration's sug
gestiona regarding prices would be pro
tected agai'ii Die i nsrriipnloiis dealer
who has attempted lo take advantage of
In csrrylur oul the new standardization
Plan. Hie administration will establish
price Inn Hireling ' oiiunlip-ej composed of
r presenuli.es or wlKilesstera retaurrs
Brers' I lirlrrmlsir Price
The board will determine fair retail
prices on basic niiimn4lle ii si comprise
s large pai l of Hie nation's diet.
I be published lista will gire the range
or maximum earimr prices showing a
r seooslde price which will reflect the
pitres thai should rteusin ta "cash and
carry" stores and higher price repre
ss nun s 'sir price far the "credit and
The im al ssiimulalrsaor fur rrh locality
r.M an as (.airmen of Hie prlra hoard.
Newspapers will be esked Is on operate
lv seiung sside a partlrulsr posUlon
weekly for publlrsuoa of try lleta with
Tool nolea on Use loon proiueiu mn mr
use of subsUlules for the foods most. nerd
e i abroad.
A los check wlU he kept ua taswerv
sue of Has lists
ti AST re torrruiAT. ihimiu
1 i rlUnd. Irre.. Jen 7. -Tbe PstwV Coa
iiiuiroilasyisse Aisseate os
cusslweiar la srv
P. .-utdu.ar suo-isj
m i i" is. as
red sry magaber of dhe seals-
I aavs as art earn i aneen gat l asnera aad thai mi
-s Tthre witahar Jersiuf aoUvd ret waa wurse ibau
AND TWH GERMAN
Jeremiah A. O'Leary Prominent
in Sinn Fein Circle in This
Country Among the Number
Charged With Conspiracy to
Commit Trvnson and Plotting
Destruction of Piers and Docks
and Quicksilver Mines Assist-
ing Huns to Land Armed Men
in Ireland and Wrecking Mu-
nitions Factories Charged in
By Associated Press.
Hear york June 7. Fire American ell-
izena and two subjects of the Herman
empire one of them s woman are named
as fellow conspirators In two Indict
ments returned by a rederal grand Jury
here today. Investigators declared their
peratlons the most sensational under
taken by German intelligence agents sines
the war began.
The Indictments allege conspiracy to
commit treason and conspiracy lo com
mit espionage; Hit assembling and trans-
million of Information relative to Amer
ica' prosecution of the war; the destruc
tion or American piers nocas aun iroop
transports with flee bombs; destruction
of. quirk sliver minea In Hita rnuutry lo
hamper the manufacture nf BlunHtonSi
assisting Oermanv In landing an armed
expedition In Ireland; raising of fundi
hi this country with which lo finance
these operations and destruction of muni
tlom fsrtorlei ind mines In Oreit Brltsln
are charged aa ramifications of the in-
trigue. The wording of the Indlrtinetits. In-
timates that the conspiracy may be if
even broader acope. Mils i suggested
by a rngraph In Ilia" treason indict-
ment which allogrs that In July last
year one of the defendants sent a cable
gram to Ollen Rwltgerlaqd.
Principáis le Alleged Plot.
' The principals named In Ih alleged
Jermlah A. O'Leary proralneni Amer-
ican stun felner now' a fugitive mim
Justice on charge of eplonge ael Meta
linn for distribution of alleged null draft
literatura In the magarlne "Bull" of
which he was. formerly editor.
"Madame" Maria If. De Vlctorlca. alias
Bareness Von kretsrhmati a blonde haired
(irruían woman of alrtklng appearance
and about an yean of age.
carl Bodlger. wim rialina Swiss citi
zenship bnl who Is surged to leave come
lo tin- rountry from Germany under a
Wlllard I. Hnblnson or new 7 org
aged so. and under sifxpended n. i
for seditions "soap box" oratory In be
half of Blnn lain Interests.
John T. Myall a lluffal". If V.. attorney.
alleged lo have been active In spreading
Shin Fein propaganda In mis country
Albert Paul Pricks a Mount varnnn
v. toy manufacturer whose affairs are
now being kaawMstsrsrJ by Hie alien
propei Iv nt an I inisl klppei pi
Inently Identified Willi Mini Flen actlvl-
tles in New York.
Iiuimph Binder and Hugo Schv.eiir.er
bolh of whom died last esr are the oth
er iv. o "rlllaen defendants named In
ill seven Individuals ii.um) are etixrg
ed with complicity In both conspiracies.
Plead v.i tiuiiiy.
Madame" De Vn lorlra Hodlger nob-
laaon. Frlrke snd kipper pleaded "Hoi
guilty" te both Indictment before Judge
Augustus ft. Hand and were remsnded
lo the tomb to swell trial late today.
O'Leary. now wanted on three ehargea
sad hyan have net been apprehended.
arrAgrn.iwi hmhiiuiu mv
I III. LOW IMIII I MIA I Of
tkHFMIAH J SVLKA IV.
By Associated Presa.
Waabiiigloa. June 7 iiisciosnrs o
evidence of plots between or man ageui
and Irish agitators In tin I idled Stale
I I promote rebellion 1 1 Ireland la ax
posed by the det-sruu- d ol justice in
1 1 eaSlllllill with til Inli'ImetM lii nsw
lork today of Jeremiah ul.eary. fugitiva
Irish leader and six ou.er persons
officials sra (n.-ui lu regard to II
ssetllic eharse agalasl lie-se indicicd.
bul luliuiaKd Uiai seiwali "'il 'a. is con
cerniré the relation brim o '.inium
and Irian leader uuuld develop
'ri-eary H Is ssei knew of the charges
which Hie givenwiriil waa preparad Pi
make agsmsl nuu so l shortly before
be waa railed for ftisl recently for pub-
llshlae dW"at raiUer ni Ida Hiagailiir.
The. Weir liKllcslloii. n.ic that BM
li.diciment in v vork might he foi-
U w d by on both Ibrre and else
where m ih I oiled tsar.
I UN rlMW
Br Aeaciated Pres.
I nal . Jaas 7. A uibpsp h pi ii
nl Kev. says ibal a lucnmg held
nraSJgll u.e aas reury ..t
dssjswtays'ii ol Be .
vl lb wsr load
llinl lie i' Would
ueaf tat suougu pviaha w
lasl until tbe
me ouioo for exeat
i rat be iuiiiu
By Assoplaled Press
vlaskingten June 7. Further srt-
ancrs by the Amerlrraa and Frenrh
lumps near (bateau -Thierry aad the
Inflict top of severe losses upon the
enemy was reported la freight'
rnminiinlntic I cm General Pershing.
An Americas raid in Pirardy In which
prhmnrra were liken all Wa an-nntmred-
The ciontuiiiiiipic followst
"West and nerlhwrat et I hatean -Thierry
we made minor rradus1-
menla of our lines Intuiting several
ad vaneen in Ihe course nf which we
inflicted sevrre losses and look nrl
raer among them lielog one erfieer
and 33 uawniinded men. Our advance
was made In conlitnctlun with ("reach
Ireepa en our left.
"Artillery en both sides was active
al púlala held by nur Ireops la Pl-
esrdy on the Msrnr front In Ihe
Woevre and la Lorraine.
"In Pleardy we look prisoners In
urn of a raid.'
Bv Associated Press.
Perla June 7. The Frenrh aad
American troop operating atalast Ih
Herman nnrthwrsl or t hatean rhler-
ry during Friday's righting made ad-
ditional jialna of around and raptured
ihe villages nf Veullly In Polrrie and
Buurrarhrs acrerdina Ihe i i i nch
tmiimunlcallnn Issue I Ihla eveslag.
The text of the rammiintcsllee fel-
lows: "Between Ihe flirro. end the Name
we resluiurd wlih aurcess our opera
Hons of detail.
"The rrrfcrh and American troops
have ealarged Ihrlr gain nerlh ot
Vlnly lip 10 I Ish rcs. cnsl id Chr .
and laken Veullly L Puterle and
Beuresrhrs and Slao In a general way
hare notably beilered their analllre
nn lhe Iroal of Torry-Bnurearhe.
"Between the Uarn and Rhelrea our
arllvlly waa pnraued at BliRRy and
gave us that entire vlllapr.
"The niitther nf prisoners taken
during the day asreeds at.
"I tic arllilty of both artilleries Is
fairly violent aurlh ot Ihe Ourrg and
In Ihe region Best of Bhrtms. '
"During the dsy Br Ihe Mh our av-
iator put oul ot ronimlaslon 13 Ger
mán airplanes and ael on fire lour
By Aaenr'sied Press.
Lendnii tune 7. Ihe French again
hair upended aurceaefully against Ihe
Hermana near Lucre on the ttemmel
sector southwest of Vpres aerordlna
in the Brlllsh official Irel
issued ml evening. The communica-
"The French Iroop Improved their
lire la the neighborhood of Lorre
early Ihla mnrnlug by stirrrsaful lnrl
elfacki In Mhlch they caplured a tew
"A email party of our troops raided
a i. crinan post la ftlraerlr aeeliir by
daylight Ihla mrralng and raptured
nine prisoners aad a marklae sus.
W had no i asílame-
"Beyond artillery arllvlly or both
sides el Ihe dlffereal sectors there te
nothing furlhrr t report from Ihn
Brllhrk frunl "
B.v Asseeteted Press.
Berlin via l nniicu tune 7. The Ger-
men 1110 lid eemmiioleallre Issued to-
dry say that north ef Ihe Alase and
aorlhneet uf rhateau-Tblerry the tier-
maae rrpulaed allarka by allied forces.
(Corithiuci nn Page Two.)
Russell Trial Witnesses
Tell of fight in Zeiger
and Shooting of Qualeg
Bullet Which Ended Life of
Phyician During Introduction of rirt Tettunony;
Few Spectator at Opening Sew ion.
The bull I which ended tbe life of
t:harie uualay on January 1 lasl was
Identified by wiuiesses yesterday during
Hi' trial of W. u. Huasell of LuJibock
loss on a (barge of murder In inunri
Mob with Hie H lii r vusley who was 1
prominent mining man.
Tbe leaden missive hsa a cross mark on
Ihe bottom whirli w is placed time for
the purposes of identification be I
WolKUenuoli li piled 114- bad 1 ill acted Ihe
bullet whlrh wa four Incurs ata.se lo
eltow (mi li.- outside Hie right aim
after the body of'uealey had been re-
uioteri to an tnideruklng establishment
According lo th dorpir'a b-sliiiiony Uir
pullei bad oblered Jut 1 Hw left
'I pie. ranged downissrd paaaing ti
iiith and Uvsth riba niaklug Ha ei. ami
assing throurli Hie fleshy pari uf tbe
Hshi arm lodging just undrr Uk klii
1. ir.ufled Ihe bullet wound wss Ihe
ane of (hitter's dnih.
iba Jury 'lying the case was obtained
at i' o'clurk yesterday morning Ihe
melius man lo be taketi waa J. & Houa
lu the sclrctiuti uf Hie Jury Just lei
o were exaauoed Th a tal eiaaiiioyad
peremptory rbaUeutes. these being all
Hist were allowed. Th definas sun had
e rhaileh when the twelfth man was
l-oseu. listing used II rlstiioiige.
Hurla the salee Hon of Ih Jury yesler
oai 11... 1 oíos Ihr Jurors that had already
bsrii taken were la a a aljoiuiug tn
umrtiooui As soon as Ibt last man tsas
i the II asan ware brougut u. toe
WHEAT YIELD IS
LOOKED FOR BY
Basing Estimate on Condition
of Crop on June 1 Depart-
ment of Agriculture Predict
Production of 931000000
Bushels Second Largest Ever
Oat Crop Alio Promise to Be
Pointing to Harvest of 1.500
000 Bushels; Rye Crop May
Lxceed 80000000 Bushel
By Associated Press.
Waaliingtbn June 7 A bumper when
crop tins year which before harvest
may develop Into a production of a bu-
llen Push i- was forocai today by the
department or agriculture In Ita June
crop report giving the flrai Indication
of the site or ihla year' spring wheat
Basing lis estimate on June 1 cunili
tlons Ihe department forecast a total
wheat pMdiictlou ot tni.uuo.ftOO bushels
which would iilaco this year s harvest
a the acrond largest In the history of
h June. HUB a total wheat production
or 'vu..ki bushels wai twrecsst ami
Ihe quantity gradually crept upward un-
til Ihe ri.uii figures lor ths year showed
the crop lo be lu3luuuuo.
Arréate Larteat on Iteeord.
The acreage auwu lu prlug wheat this
year la larger by i.outi.dm iris titan ever
sown before and Oíl.t per sent larger
Hum last year segregating lilittioWi
sues. The consMSton of the crop oa June
I was us. it par cam or norrnit ur t a pe
lent better than the lo-year average.
Rrodiiiiiiui of 3h(jo.(ssi builial wa
in asi That la ni.iasj.is.si bushels more
than harvested tart year and unly about
7.UHI.IHSI bushel less than the record
prllig wheal harvest of 101 5.
Winter u hen growing on the tacond
largest acreage ever planted showed a
condition J per cent belter than tha Hi-
jear average with wis per cenl or a
normal. A production or Wljaou.uut bullí-
ala wis fureeast which la i.'.uooissi bush
ela inoro ihuu forecast froiu conditions
isiing Miy I. Much s ciop would be
Ihe third in site giuwn In this country.
Oat tlrop lo Be llrcord Breaker
i fin oat crup promises to be of record
On an acreage If.t per rent larger than
last year when Hie lernrd crop 157
isa ii buahels -waa grown June 1 ron-
dlllona warrant a forecast ur lo0rKKj.0no
bushels 'mi last year's and lbs crop of
Hi- exceeded thai tiuantliy.
Hye prodiniloii will be a record tin
forecast bring al 011000 bushels whirl
allglilly less than was forerasl In May
Last year'a crop waa Misiono bushels.
hlch was a lei oru.
II I I I. II Pill UN TO Mill
Oy Aasocialed Presi.
1 lilesgo. June 7. Ileplesi lllallvcs of the
:uiuuu railroad telegraphers will meet in
Chicago nevl Thursday lo consider the
possibility of railing a atrlko ahuultaii-
ualy with the lyitiimrrclal telegraphers.
J. 1 immas chairman of a committee
named b.v the general grievance chairman
of Ihe railroad men announced tunight.
He said He- railroad telegraphers have
Ihelr own grievances.
Mining Engineer Identified by
Twelve Men Who
W'dl Hear Evidence
in Russell Case
n. 1 imp coufei tioner.
Cat ("'I. sslesmui.
e Vet uigi.t wabiunia
k. Meet tehfSliitu. '
ft 1 nn mil real ealate.
. A. Boyiibn. routrertar.
J. l ewis iiofri night vnP ln ji
b Mldiakei rkrk.
son 1 fun 11 .11 dealer.
K. Woods grocer.
C Hous. Jr. contractor.
Ties iiuiu linent gunsl Hilasen was then
seed to th jury by A .islam IHskirl Al
aessea who were sworn by i Judge Howe
The rule being invoked as wiuiesses
wets luid Vi i.iuaiii outside of the ceurl-
rootn bul wtibbi betrlag of the officer.
tUuehtee rtrat Maesa.
E. C. Houa-hloii Sr.. waa Its first wll
(..ss pieed on the stand by tbe slat. He
a as sxasalaed hy lustrlci Atautiey Leigh
clerk. 1 ho witnrss said be lived at ale
.his Paik H. M. Its said or was lu lit
Paso on the 11 1 g m ef Isrceaubrr 91 117
nui went hi the ganger hotel for aaipuei
- niiiptsMed hy li. a. Bantu UJ chatter
A. S. mis
3 MILES ON
In Second Battle Northwest of
Chateau-Thierry on Mame
Line Yankee Marine Captare
300 Prisoner; Ground Piled
Three Deep in Place With
Battle Continue Where U. S.
Troop Fighting Shoulder to
Shoulder With French. Puh
Forward Notwithstanding the
Desperate Resistance oí Ma-
By Asserlsled Pre.
With Ihr Amerteta Army la Pirar-
dy June 7 As the rrsnii r ike two
atiacks by Ihe Amertraas etslnst the
enemy la Ihe seeead haute anrihwet
Of miran I merry three hundred
prlalonrra were caplured and the
Americana eilrnted Ihrlr line over a
front ol about six ralles lo a depth rf '
searly V miles.
The sharpest righllng rontlnurs
around Ihe srrtnr el Trullli -La Pole-
rie Bilis. larrs and Bnurrsrhea where
"the Americans aad Frenrh hate bees
altaeklag. shoulder lo shoulder for
some saya making almost unlnlrr.
mpird grog caes nolwllhsleadlat
strung rarmy reslsleare.
nhrre Ihr Americans engaged they
gate Irrsh proof ot their rspld sdsp-
Islloo te modern wer rondlllona and
Ihey displayed Ike greatest Inllialltr.
Ill slilllj in him. 11 s
While Ihe Amerlraa were fighting
to lha aerlb of Liirj-Lr Bocege v .
miles aorthweal or Chalrso-Thlrrry
Ihelr Iroal lines were greatly harried
hy a Herman machine gun. Hhe
Ihe peallloa had heea Incaled aa
Amerlraa patrol made a daring ail
taace reacted tee rmplaeeraeal
killed all la enemy machine gunners
and brought keek the weepoa.
While Ihe toases oT the America!
necessarily hete been heavy owlag la
Ihr nature of Ike righllng lha Or
inan dead Is piled three deep la places.
A aambrr of machine guns war
added to the Amerlraa booty.
ItlPIIII I t M I. OF dpi II V I KINS
The Importance ef Ihe operations ef
Ihe Amrrlraaa oa tha Mame sector
I ley be rrallred nhea It is receded the!
only Ihe day before Ihe Amrrleeas
entered Ihe Has lar srusaat advanced
snout la kUerartera. The Amertraaa
now are holding the Paris road m ar
Lr Thlriet trr a number of kilometers.
Urapkle ateriré of lasl night's fleet-
inn wrra related hy weuaded Amrr-
i' uns loday. They said IBet at eee
polal Uermaaa rrourbed hehiad boul-
der aad opoatd fire ware the Amer-
icans were within is leel at them. Bee
man who participated la aa eacouater
of this kind raid;
(.1 I 1 hi 1 ONLY I Id l 1. ill
"Kama of ua had aot sir pi far four
ulghls but we were tot tired. We task
a seeead lease of life aad sprang al
those (iermaa aad smothered them.
I never saw aa asaay marhlue guas.
Our me did act think ef Ikrmselvea.
Ihey oaly Iheught or gelling Frit."
A corprrrl raptured three tscneeas
and waa leading l hem sway when 11
..Hirrs surrendered I hue aad foiaej
Ihe pi u. . .slim
Medleea Vlrasaa ot Kfaaxyllle lad
hi la Terry. He said:
Ml SIIIITIM AMI Hit tvs
"We were ael suppoard la to therr.
but the mea were re sathuslastic
Ihey kept oa. They would go le Ber-
lin II their Hilandera wruld lei
there. The only way la step them la
to kill Harm. The Ueraiaaa eeeael
make prisoners ef us. They triad herd
to gel soma el us. Bui we I oslad tkeaa.
We turned the mrehler gas oa threa
sad lark la prisoners"
i.ihhom. Mini TWtux
Floyd (inkers el lar ( in.. Trtb-
aar ass w eta log ihr hatllr wUh s
malar aad saather officer early 14
aldht from a I lei Aa eeemy ma
ewe sasstte them aad Mr. tiihboas s
shot la lha ana aad ha Ihr leil "'
The oiiieer escaped bat! they kad le
wall Ikrre hours ha Ihe darkness le
rrawl away. A a result of the Meued
Mr. Uk bees' rye wet remrtrd this
The Americans trdey virre reasoll-
d H leg Ihelr positivas sod 1 tmiperallt s
AUkMILW l AHIIiBt: I II u lUH Nls
in TKajiiru in. nit
NttsiTMMksi a cm 1 1 lai iiutaa.
By Aaao. valed Press.
WUh its. American Army n rioardy.
we 7 -The flghtlo last oigbl north
west of irhebts Thiri isxed with grral
rierrtaaa tor five bout s in. Aiuei u ana
raptured iitjrs cites snd entered Torejr.
iweuty live A111.1 n n in tony engaieil
atad drove out run i.-imau.- aud the
WMBdrsW iu Hie main liles on w ra-
skirl el Hie town.
table atoiy is Pdd or S ciue-
psuy or uiaiiura. all the utlicns
which lucludiug Usi seigiaou. wns pul
ni of the fsauLag. A eiagsest a-
rat beiiti un
tsUrcd tbe us lb to IBs Jury s s wbuls.
tsu Puts TWOsJ
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 8, 1918, newspaper, June 8, 1918; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth199695/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.