El Paso Times from El Paso, Texas on January 29, 1917 · 9
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POLLY AND HER PALS UTtST , is To ''Be. Th. fB4f?REL SKIRT 1 CLASSIFIBB Business, Telephone and Professional DIRECTOR Hang This Up In Your Home or Office (or Quick Reference It Will Save You Time. If You Want Your Business lasted Here Call lOtl and Ask for the Advertising Department Accountants P0080N BROS." C0.7 iifilt Bide, Pboot 1M1 P. W. J'ngKin, BejOdent Partaer. Accountants Certified T. A.'" THUSsfoN-6. M. 6RIDEH., City National Bulk BlUf. I'uans 1264. Adding Machine BUHBO U QMS add lot mtihluwaoiJjtllWlli Assayers, RECKHART'S ASSAY 0FFTbE,Sr San Freoclaoe hi. Phone 70. 1". 0. Hoi 8S, Barbecued Meats El r-ASO BrttfkOUt. MI1U t Chimney Sweeps SIMON VIE8CA8, ohimney twtep. Ittovee ralrMl and trt up. PImm I2SI. 41 8. Stanton St. Civil Engineers W. 1 RIDER, 320 HiroU Bldg. Phone 47S. Cleaners and Pressers UNION HAT ft TAILORINO CO. Haw cleaned ana blocked. 117 B. bianton. fluM 115; MP CLEANINti WORKS. 318 Ban Jacinto. l'U. 1111. Dentists PR. A. t. BROWN. dnillelSM MilleBlda. DR. BAUCHEHT. I3I ' MUls Bids." 1'booe 48ST. Detective Agencies JESSE C. STAN8EL DETECTIVE AGENCY. I eellelt patronate ( attorney,, ooraoratleni ar InoTvldyaN In any clan at legitimate Invtttliatlaa. Civil anil criminal eaaet handled by experienced la-vutiiatora. Day Plume I Ml. Night Phaaa (42S. Roam 114 Cam martial Nelltnal Bank Bld. THE BEN WILLIAMS DETECTIVE AOENCY-la-realisation made of clrll and criminal caaca. 416-1? Flrat Naltoual Hank Bldf. fhou 440 Drug Stores BUN DKUU CO. Ill Tiu. Cor. Btaniou. 1'booa f'-fl Educational M UN 0 V Halihti Prlvaia Klndaraartan. Ph. MP7-R. Furniture Packing and Repairing WepaTrinoTpackIngTstori and shmppiHiI out alaai. ehlna and hauianald furaltura. Furniture rajalrad, raflnlihad, uphclitarad. diva in trtaj. Van will ba plaaaad. R. L. Danlal FurnRura and Mai. trtaa Faetary. Pliona 1025 Hairdressing HAIRDRESSING. BuulcurUii and martoaUo Prepa, kUaa Hodrliuti, Holxrta-Banner Bids. Junk Dealers EL PAI0 IRON AND METAL CO.. 1604 Antonio, tieaJtra in aerap Iron rubbar, sraaa. bunea. etc. Pbona 4164. ILLaNOII BOTTLE AND JUNK CO, 109 oiarland. Phona 1641. Mexican Money artT.HCB uiiiia a r.n III Finl Nat. Baak Blda. Pho 1771. Mining MaCUL10UBHKUNKEL CO. Boy or Mil tolnaa ui ilia Unltnl Sutaa and Madem 03-4 Mllla Blclr Phnna 13. Moving MOVINTaioVINai. CaliOdoo'a Trauatar Co. New and Second-Hand Goods tXCNANSE your old furaltura tar ate. We nil mora for your fooda tbaa any oilier lira In aha city. lla-M S. suutoo. Weatira Fumltun Ca, Ibona 144. Second.Hand Furniture HIGH PRICE naV far aeand-tiaaf lurnltara. 'h'. Kullw, 3 S. El Paaa. Phana 2131. Painters. ROOMS fAPIRCD AND Miwr furnkhd. 4 m4 uI twin) iinnii j snn wi rnvn ojoq-j. Pavements EL PASO BlTUi-ITMIO CO. PAVEMEtT "Baal By Exry Taal." tat-l Wan Hret Na lonal liak Blda. Phona ttu Plumbers f iiv tmOitv plumbins cb, Batter Plunblaa for laaa. Phona I1U4. II S. CaawuaU 4H. Scales ReDatfinsr S0ALEI REPAIRED, let I. Saa'ta Fa StT Scales OITROTf AUT0MATI0 'CALI1. Ckarlea S. Kpriiiiar, lot N.iru Keiiaer I Lona laaJ. Stove Repairing STOVE RIPAIRINO New miu tnaoe and aarrte for all aiakta) af atotta. L J. Peeler, wlta U. B. Inn Wotaa, aarner ft. FUU) and ft. I'lereaea sta, 1'bnot IMS, Transfer and Storage j Lyoa'a Treaticr aad Iteragt. Floor taaee' taf BUT odaatt. Cartlul xttlng. AIM men kuMdlaoa. ' frH. ml. Paeiflc frnntfar Ce. deapl t)ulc tenriot. Taxidermists STLlTilAN BRoirTnoM M. "n MtoeT Typewriters fVPEWRITERS aiaathatly rebuilt by factory ate-cftanira B,,-pliea lot all make of machinea. Kabul 11 Typewrit c., aa Meaa. Pooao i;il. Tanks IRTS, UTUttloeTVlpe. alloa,6aJUea7 ew, aak for ratabaraa, I'hoae ItU, ftluia, kultea ft White Ufa. Co. Transfers OMEROY'S EL PAIO tRANF"ECb.ro ill S Onto, laraaa. baaaaao anel froubl uaaa-. fer, Phom M44. L. PAS S" tRANSFER-Ptoae M7I 4.wT"" Veterinary Surttons 0. F. PROPER, au- ami im bf. ft. "i"""iiiiii Heepliel fw koraea and euaa. nlf Taaaa Pnonel PJ1; niM rata. MAX MAIER. DTf. S. IVm lilt tMa. Wigs to Rent fwTTB till "A N ft Ptl f f S otado rraaawaahia aeik aaarat raray. IfcT WM HUX I O&dDfcR. I rnr n Wagon Yards h7..h ..I- r iaw. ncriaa ana mu at bouiht wjd cxci;anjed. Saddle harua lor hire. KANSAS WAGON YARD Uoraea" foit aala "and n;ro. iioww imardeil. Hwynd and Kannaa. I'h, 4a40. Window and House Cleaners L II L' i .rf H,u" ,"- '"" Clamnlni Ca. - winuww uv nouia aieaninf. wall Hear eleannl; flaor ailing, waxing, lorubblni at tha matt Welding HEAVY MACHINE and lutomoMIt art wtl'dtd iL PASO WELDING CO. All wVrtt luirantaad.' err 'mpii,, UUVliailin WPIUIfll fTBrHS, RAILROAD TIME TABLE Eltaaun May 7. Ilia, HM a. . (Uounuuu BUndard Tlina.1 II Paaa ft Mutnweetera Sytttak From Uia Mortu aiia lMt ArlTf 1 CtlXaruU :3u a, ul I Uoluan Btata Uuitad imp, a f Tucumcarl-U fkjta Local 1 M a. m. i'runi Um Waat ajtIii i Golden mia Ltautad 1 :4b m. Uiuoar Clu aiwclaj T :UU a. in. k'vr Uw Hutk and katt i4pati I CaJUlornla :4i.ia. t UoLlau HUtU UiullaU 1 56 p. ui. a 'lutimicarl-ia Vaao liocal .,....,,.., I;jea, m tuc tue Weal Uasan t QoldcD State Limited tHe. u. I UyiMC Uiy BBaclal Meavu. Santa Fa Syetaa. Prom the Norm aad kaaV AMie 1-09 Ueuau JCuraa 10:00 a. u. nJ a l-aao i'UMUft M.Mp. m. toe um mui and kau liapaii II aUuaa Uty and Cluuso :Ui a. u, till uutaa-o kaal Mail 00 b, ui Sautnu-e Paeitie ouatel Caatrai Syitaat. Vroui Uia kt Arrlit I ftunaat tixpraaa 2: Do p. w. 101 Bunaal Uiultad ...11:00 p. la. Prota Uta Waav Aime 101 Sunaat idautad l:Maia I CaUlomlas 4:b,b. It Muueet Kapraa 1 ou p ul far ua kai - " Uapati 101 Buutet Uultad I.tia. u. 19 Buuaet kipreae la.ua p. ul ror too Waat bpari 1 CaUlornian , 6:ti a. ui. I Bunaat alipnaa l oo a, ov 101 Bunaet U ml tad , ,lu 14 a. w. Taua ft Paallle Railway. Prom the Beat Arrlra 1 Bunahlna Special 11:80 a, nt, I CaunoQ Ball I:4fi p bl For tha I tat Depart I Cannon Ball f :3 a. ov I Sunahtne Spaolal :Nia PRODUCE MARKET (Comotad by Waat Taiaa Fuel (mpany.) Print wbuiaiala aaalera an payiiuj for t alley prod- B'-tt: Alfalfa, fancy, aholaaala. per ton .....I15.C0 Alfalfa, fancy, null, per bale al Alfalfa No, 1, wlintetale, per ton 14. no Alfalfa No. 1. ratall, per hale ,70 Teiaa red cUppal oata, wuultaala 1.36 Teiaa red dipped oata, null I H Cliopa, wholeaale, par cwt. I ll rimpt, null, per cwt t.il Bran, wbolatale. par owt I W Bran, ntall. per ewt.. .H) Cltlrken ferl, whuleaale. per cwt... t.lll Chicken feed, ntall, par cwt , I.M POIXTBY. (Whnlanalo prlcaa, furnished by Texu Produca Co,. Turkvyt, lire. 28o; Uroated, 3iq; bona, live. 10c; drtaMtl, 2c. Frren Ure JOc; dreeeed, 22c. Duckt. live), 20c; dreeaed, S5c. iTAru:p. (Furntahed or Onu-al Oforery.) Butter, bat creau.ery. par pound 4Se and M4 Teitt atirt, per draen. ofa; per caaa. . ...... Ill Curtiss, Manning & Co., Commission Stock Brokers. Correspondents of Logan a Bryan, members of the New York Stock Exchange. PRIVATE LEASED WIRE TO ALL MARKETS. Curtiss, Manning & Co., Phones 1822 and 87S. Sheldon Hotel, El Paso, Tex. Britton Davis C. Smith Davis & Smith STOCK BROKERS 230 Mesa Are. Phones 7940 and 7941 SPECIALTY Arixona Copper Stocks Man Seriously Hurt When Attacked With Knife During Dance Carlos Berru, who lives at (Seventh and Florence streets, was seriously Injured yea. terday morning at 4.15 o'clock, when he was lucked with a kniru following a quarrel al a dance at RJ south Campbell street Berru was broiia-iit to the emergency hoi-pltal and attended by police surgeon o. B. Caltian. He received a deep rut arai trie front of the neck, another on the left side of the neck, a deep cut on the right shoulder and agash down the liai-k. He wis taken to ins home. His condition Is rntlcal. imn I'arra w arretted by perireaiit VV. A. Simpson and Mounted officer Hid Benm rolliiwing the stabbing array. He Is being held In connection with the attack. , I 0 I I 41 TO IS STOLEN', An automobile owned by Lawrence La point of tfsts BHi street was stolen from Ih front of the Teiu Grand llieatar late Saturday night. The car, a (Itudebaker in, had not been recovered earl)' yesterday. 17 EL PASO MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1917. DELICIA'S Daring Hold Up of Pharmacy Takes Place While Two Customers Look On. More Than $100 Taken From Cash Register at 4 1 7 East Boulevard. Two highwaymen walked into the Grayson drug- store' at I7 East Boulevard last niplit at :0 o'clock and held up the clerk while two customers were in the store. They secured between $100 and 1126 from the cash register and made their escape. One nian, wearing a black cap and with blue handkerchief pulled over his race, stepped into the drug store, holding a pistol. The other, who wone a sort brown hat, wai the first one to go into the store. The man wearing the haudkerchier told the clerk to hold up his hands. He covered the others while the man without a mask emptied the cash register. Mrs. K. H. Aher or 1309 North Campbell street was standing In the front part or the store md her husband was watting outside. The highwaymen did not seem to notice her. George Hall, who lives near the store, and the clerk were talking. After the men had obtained the money they saw several soldiers approaching the store and hurried out or the door through which they had entered. One of them said, "Conio on, Bill; here comes the whole army. Let's get away." The police station was called, and Mounted officers C.astleberry and Yarbro hurried to the place in the police auto. A good description of the robbers was obtained.. Auto Service Driver Held Up and Robbed T. P. Bo wen, a driver for the Montana Auto Service company, was held up and robbed Saturday night shortly berore midnight near Fort Bliss. The highwaymen got $1.15 and then told him to hurry back to the city. The two men called the car from the American cafe and ordered Bowen to drive them to Foil Bliss, One or the men, according to Bowen, was tall, wore light suit and s light cap, and the other holdup was short, wearing ft cap and a light suit. One of the men covered Bowen with t pistol wnlle the other searched him. About El Pasoans and Visitors in the City J. I. Hurlbert, financial agent of the Great illy Copper company, It at Hotel rano del Norte, having arrived Sunday from Los Angeles, lie report! extensive development la In progress at tpe properties of the company, with new ore bodiea showing In all the workings. Mr. and Mrs. George Moti, of Douglas, Arli., are at the Hotel McCoy. A. F. Panders, or Globe, Aril., arrived in the city yesterday and is at the Hotel Zelger. F. L. Martin, of St. Louis, Mo la a visi tor In the city. He Is at the Hotel HI gar. Mrs. H. T. Iioriev. mother of Governor Hugh M- Dorsey, of Georgia, and her two daughters, Mrs. Vow ar d Mrs. ttoffer, were visiton In the city yesterday and wcra st ttie raso del Norte. They spent a good part or ine a ay visiting n. ii. uranam, a drug gist with the Kelly and Pollard Drug company, who Is a ronsin of Oovemor fioney. Mr. and Mr. Bert Lawrence, of Chicago, in., are at me Hoiei Mccoy. Miss B. Raymond and Miss Alice Mitchell are visltora In the city from Los Angelei, cal. They, are registered st (he Hotel Mc Coy. Mr. and Mn. William Weam, of Louli-ville, Ky.( arrived In the city yesterday and registered at the Hotel McCoy. Mrs. D, 0. 8nodgrai, ot Doming, N. M-, IS at me iiniei iwccny, Mr, and Mrs. V, II. Jenton, of Tularois, N. M., were In the city yesterday and registered at Ihe Hotel y.elger. W. , Wood and C. A. Wood, of Kan An-t.nilo, Teias, were registered SI the Hotel Zelger yesterday. Mr. and Mra. E. P. Gatton, of Dallas, Tel. as, arrived In LI Paso yesterday and are r.t the Hotel Xelier. I.. A. oirrord, of Tularosa, N. M., Ii st the Hotel orndorrr. Mr. mil Mrs. H. H. Rebon, of Coronsburg, Pa., are at the Motel orndorrr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred snow, of New York City, are at the Hotel Paso del Norte, Mr. md Mrs. F. ). Cones, of ChlfftgO, 111., are at Ihe Hotel Paso del orte. Mr. William !. pinilii, of New York City, is at the Hotel Pain del Norte, Mr. and Mrs. H, L. Welsch, Jr., of San Franclnco, cal., are registered at the Hole) Fano del Noi te. W. C. MrFadden, of olofie, Aril,, la registered at the Hotel Sheldon. f t. IT. Bl ri.EH DIKS AT UOI'ULAS. By Asioelated Pren. Albany, ore., Jan. M.-Capuin Clifton M. Butler, Seventeenth inrsniry, died today at imugiis, aria., according io snvires re reived by relatives here. He is s native oreguntan and was graduated from Wilt Poinl m law. LOST government mules, with following hoof numbers: S. F. tu . r. MM. a. H. si snd s. F. m. Howard lto.00 pr mule oh DtAn.'. 1 . I g-H-Hi PgdgH) TWO HIGHWAYMEN ir returnee; m suppiy umeee, tn onto in raraVy, El Paso, Texase-Adv. SKIRT WAS A JOLT y . 3UT HOickI 1 urld did Chart Showing How Every Dollar Expended for City Taxes Is Used r v ma X QJv. I0TL vALUkliON ll0.0lt.M0OO gl 0T1' R,VINuiaiei lU.UUt ' THIS CIRCLI REPRFJINTS ONE DOLLAR 1 I W SHIVd THE DIVISIONS SHOW WHAT PART Of EACH I OOLUA 0fS FOR MAINTENANCE OF I I u-," Dlf f EfitNT DEPARTMENTS f"Mjlv(.. 1 JU-wtViA iTiPivTieaMouHTWuaaYroiciTTtAaii tCW51! "T,jil 1 V Vi avFiauata axowi, ,n outii tucn C'l-JetJ V'" which win iNoiCArr ho, much or roue A-SrirJiiJlr feTf M0N,V T0 ,c" ,""'"i',T y Jtiift' lSi. teeiiit r 3eW A WPJMMAIN 7 XV7 filT 7 City Tax Assessor and Collector showing how ever dollar expended for Just what part of the dollar goes (or the maintenance of each city depart' ment. ' . The assessed valuation of the city amounts to $50,012,660. The total rev enue at the present rate of $1.86 Is expected to be $925,233.18. - By using the key, explained by Mr. McSaln, every taxpayer can tell ex actly how the tax money Is employed to meet the city's expenses. Arizona Legislature to Consider Labor Laws in Both Houses This Week By Associated Press. Phoenix, Arli., Jan. St. Labor legislation will be the chief feature in both houses of Ihe legislature tomorrow. The Kinney bill, prohibiting the employment In underground work in mines or other haiardoua. employment of persons who cannot speak and understand the English language, will be considered in the committee of Ihe whole of the senate. The house will have under consideration in the whole committee the McKay bill, fixing the minimum wage for women in almost every line of employment st $1 S week. A home hearing will be held on the latter bill snd representatives of the Harvey House system, will be given an opportunity to present arguments again the measure. Labor leaders from dtrrerent parts or the state ara in town to be heard on the other side. Both houses will Indulge In s neglected formality. Each will appoint s committee to notiry the other that It Is organised snd ready for business, and s joint committee of both homes will wait upon Oovemor Campbell and Inform him that tha legislature awaits his pleasure. Americans Nominated Chevaliers in Legion of Honor of France By Associated Press. Paris, Jan. M. The neverend Dr. R. M. Walton, pastor or the American church In Paris, who is president of the American Clearing House rnmmitiee of Pirls, and O. fi. Howland, an artist of New York, have bean nominated chevaliers In the legion or honor. In Dr. Watson's rue Ihe order orriclslly anted thai the honor was conferred ror "the greatest aeal shown In the work or propaganda for Franca and her allies," In regard to Mr. Howland the order sate he was honored rnr "charitable ical and generoui devotion lines the beginning of hnatllltiai. In aldlnr the needy and helping victims of the war." Three Killed, Many Hurt in Arkansas Train Wreck By Associated Preaj. Memphla, Tenn., Jan. M.-Three passengers were killed and more than s score Injured, two pmbsbly fatally, when a Ri. Louli southwestern railroad engine collided with the rear car of s Bnrk Island passenger train, eaithound from Little nork, Ark., In Memphis Iste last night In s dense fog at Mnunda, Ark., near her. According in personi who were aboard the wrecked train, tha engine, running as sn "extra." bore down on the passenger triln while it was Handing st Mounda, s flag nation, and ploughed its way Into the rear coach, causing it to telescope the rsr shead. I ORANGE AND GHrXN SIJtMI. By Associated Preii. Armagh, Ireland. Jan. r.Th orange and the green united here today In welcoming the tWheii of Connaught'i own fans-man rangers, green and yellow ravora, respectively the emblem i of the Cathnliri and Orangemen, being blended perhaps for the first time since the Pallle of His Bnyne. IDs visiting aoldleri attended in parties, respectively, the Citholie cathedral snd tha proteitanl csthedral, TO PA. Mr,n "TXo Urf.nfcH llP Tut lb? ?Aty$lUr AIL Or A 5UDDW The. W. P. B. McSaln has compiled a chart city taxes Is used. The chart shows Former French Official Says Wilson Is Ambitious to Be Mediator of Peace By Associated Press. Paris, Jan. iM. Gabriel llanotaux, onetime foreign minister and president of the French-American commission ror the development or political, economic, literary and art relations, has sn article In the Figaro in winch, arter attributing President Wilson's recent speech In the senate to ambition to be a mediator between the belligerents and his insistence on an early peace In order to satisfy that ambition, aays: "The central powers also want a prompt peace an Immediate peace. But sn 'American peace' In Hi present character would be more or less a 'German peace' whatever may bo the principle and Intentions that may dictate its character In the future. "That la why I aay the greatest danger for Ihe entente powers and lor the world would be the opening or negotiations or any kind prior to tha conclusion or an armistice. An armlstlci rirst an armistice with all the necessary pledges that Is the A B 0 of substantial pacification." Seattle Mayor Brands Indictment as "Fake" By Associated Press. Seattle, jan, vs. Leadera or Ihe pronlbl-llon movement here laid today that In all probability their nigoniiatmn would ofrm-financial aid for tin defense or Hiram c. Gill, mayor or Heattle, who, with chief or Tolice Charles Heckingham, four city d tmlvei and Robert Hodge, former sheriff 6r King county, was indicted yesirmay by the federal grand Jury or charg' conspiring to violate the Interstate commerce law by bringing the question into tills atate. Hill announced that he and Becklngham would Interpose! no technical objections to the indictment and that they would demand speedy trials. The mayor declared tint the Indictment waa a "fake." "The charges," he laid, "are plain Jobbery st the hands of discredited buoUeg. gera I prosecuted with all tha vigor I could possibly mutter." Brakeman, Suspected of Killing Children, Rushed From Threatening Crowd By Associated Preia. fteattle, Wash., Jan. t8.-Ai a result or tha finding or tha bodies of four children of n. A. Hewett, s brakeman, In the ruins or Ids hunted house at Auburn today. Hewett was arretted and, to avoid a threatening crowd, put on a train and brought here, The coroner reported that' the children'i ikulls had been crushed in and that the matiraasei on which they lay were bloodstained. A hammer, marked with blood, was round behind Ihe trundle bed or one or the children and In the room waa an empty poison bottle. Hewett handed to S neighbor this morning Inauranrs policies recently taken out ror hii children. Mrs. Hewitt, the mother, left home lait Monday with her youngest child, whom ihe took to Seattle. Hewett told the authorities that he was wakened eirly today by lha aound of srackllng flatlets snd, unabi to reach the i niirti en, he I. ad rushed to neighbor! home to give lha alarm. Ms isld ha then returned and tried to extinguish the fire with s gardojn hose. n i i . - i vCSTTKv ' " IMV J II T I VAl rVAifcAf J is n Wt Leaders in Dog Race Cover 243 Miles in Winnipeg-St. Paul Event By Associated Preis. Fargo, N. D.( Jan. S8. Harwood, eight miles north of here, was made this night control by the three leaders In tlie Wlnnl-t.cg-:it. Paul dog race after completing Mi miles today, making a total or Hi miles cuvered In the blS-mlle event. Driving three abreast, the trio or pace makers, Hyurtur Hanson, or Selkirk, Man.; Mike Kclley, or Hecla (Itlg Island). Man., and Ounnar Toinasson, or Hecla, swung into the main street or Hie town at 1:V p m. amid the cheers of hundreds, many or whom had come renin a long distance. The leaders announced ihey would leave ut S o'clock tomorrow morning. Tomas.son caine In with rout' dugs, saying that he hud left one at Illllxbnm, and denied that he had been relieved by a mall i lerk, or anyone else. He said the report must have confused his name wlili some or the lagging drivers. Gabriel Campbell, Jon Meirair, Bill Grayson and Albert Campbell arrived at Orandin at 9:25 o'clock tonight, 17 miles north or here, whlrh they madn their night control. Fred llartman, driving three dogs with one riding, competed 173 miles or actual running since a right among his dogs deprived him or his leader. He will spend 'he night at Hlllshoro. Kansas City Pastor to vj v iw iiuiufj iv nit uo Y.M.C.A. Field Secretary By Associated Press. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. i8.-l)r. Biiri'la A Jenkins, pastor or the Linwood Boulevard Christian church or Ihls city, will go to Kurope soon as one or six Americans chosen by George Sherwood Kddy, foreign Held sicretary ror the Young Men's Christian association, to do evangelistic work In the British trenches, It was announced here to-nlgl.t. "We are not going to limit ourselves to nightly servlres In the trenches," Dr. Jenkins declared. "It Is our Intention to work with the men In the daytime, when, with the stress and worry or battle upon them, ihey probably will need us most." Snow Blockade in Wyoming Is Ended By Associated Press. Laramie, Wyo., Jan. w. Union Paciric railroad officials announced tonight that the worst snow blockade In the history of the road was ended. At t o'clock It was announced that one track between Hock Iilver and Hanna had been creared and that th movement of trains had begun, More than twenty trains, some or which loft Chicago Tuesday, were held at Hanna and here. V.. E. Calvin, president or the road, Joined other prominent nrriclals here today and engaged In the effort to relieve the situation. Several trains, unable to proceed farther than Bock- River were backed Into Laramie. Twenty or more "dead" engines were said to be scattered throughout the atonn area. Know had ceased drifting In the blockaded section or the Union Pacific's Wyoming lines, and trains, some of which had been stalled ror rive days, began moving. Ice picks were used by workmen to clear portions of Ihe track. Austrian General Retires Because of III Health; Another Resigns Service By Aisoclated Press. Amsterdam, Jan. 88. The Vosslsche Bitting reports the retirement of Oeneral Daiikl, one of the best-known commanders or the Austrian army, rrom Held service. Emperor Charles has written to General Uankl, reporting the commander's 111 health prevents his remaining In active service and appointing him captain or ine imperial nony. guard. Tho emperor also has accepted the resignation or General Count Beck, who was adjutant general to Emperor Francla Joseph, . Oenersl t'lnkl was In command or the Austrian rnrres on the I.emberg rront al the time or hie great Russian drive In tuM. It waa reported that he quarrel with Field Marshal von Hindenburg and the following year he wis transferred to the Italian front and promoted to coionni general, Employe of Secretary of State of Illinois in With Auto Bandits, Is Charge By Associated Press.' Chicago, Jan. ts. Charges thai some employe in the orrica or 111 eecretary of state at Rpringfisld by issuing unregistered lags was in league with s band or automoblla thieves, who have stolen many cars in Chicago In the last few months, were made today by State'! Attorney lloyna. The automohile thlevji pul ine unregistered license lags on stolen cara. aitor throwing away Hi number plates. Mr. Hnvne said he was told by members or an alleged gang or automoblU thieves now under arrest. F.XPIXIW10N AT COLOGNE. Amsterdam, Jan. vs. The Dueieldorf General Amieger reports that a fire In a chemical works near Cologne on Katurday reused the explosion of a great quantity or ex-ploslvea. Two persons were killed, two severely Injured snd aeveral slightly hurt while considerable material damage was done. ninsmp 07 iavis)ur uhi u" w itivaijr t-"iit!t aiei nt trsii v pjv wvrm DriMflal'a Ej ir, aak Karuae tj kamao? Co.. Cblvagu, or tee L 9 BY CLIFF STERRETT tot!o fill 'RT5THt I 6bTAlO IDC1 ?T Tr . ' XV aeJ L 0 European War Summary On the Bnkowlna-Hiimiiniiui front between (he towns ot Jarohenl and Klm-Itolunit, the Russian hate delivered a tlcinus nllack which resulted In the piercing of the line of Teutonic allies over a front of nearly Itvo miles. Numerous prisoners and considerable booty tell Inln the hands of the Russians. Berlin artmll withdrawal of the Teutonic forces ulnnn IJie (iiilden Kystrita rlter In Ihls renlun, savlnn that it was necesslhiled In Ihe race or superior Bu-slan forces. Between Lt's Kpni-fies and lite I alonne trench, north of Verdun Ihe Krencn have rarrlrd nut a successful attack analnst the Germans, takliitj elements of trenches from (he Ironps of Uie Gorman crown prince, orlh of the river Sontme, new l.c Trans Loja, Ihe British In attacks hate raptured trenches from the Germans anil carried out successful raids near cu title St. Vaast and northeast nl I'csluhert. Considerable aerial activity has analn lakm place nn Ihe western front. London reports the ilesd iicllini of four German airplanes and the dcltlnil down, damaged, of another. In northwrst Russia, on the Itlna see-tor, considerable flilhllnfl continue. Here holtt Berlin and Petronrad record Ihe repulse of attacks, Artillery activity prevails; In the Ans-tro-llallan theater and duels ullli the bill nuns and operations by small raid-Inn parties are In progress on the From in Macedonia. The British auxiliary cruiser Lauren-lie, formerly in Ihe While Star line's Canadian service, hits been sunk off the Irish coast by either a mine or a torpedo. Twelve ofllrcrs and 109 men on hoard the vessel were saved. In Mesopotamia Ihe British and Olio- . man troops rontlntie their tluht lor the possession of Kill ICI A mora I he London war office report the recapture hv the British ut trenches which the Turks took 0 m them recently at Kill El Aniara. . Order to Move I'nexpeetod, The orders which will take the Seventeenth cavalry and the Thirty-fourth, regiment or regular Inrantry out or El Paso ror a tour or border patrol duty along the lower Rio Grands came out or S clear sky, but the men and ofricera or the two regiments seemed to welcomn the prospective change. Inactivity Is the bane or the average soldier's existence, and orders to more are generally welcome at the time they are received, even though the change Is not always appreciated later on. Truck Tire Press Obtained. The army on the border has acquired a ii-nrk tir' nreas with which to roDlace worn out tires on the runs or army trucks. The press exerts a pressure or 75 tone on the rubber while It la being vtilcanlied on the rims. Thirty Patients to Hoi Rprlnn. Thirty patients, who arrived rrom Colonla Dublan, Mexico, by way or Columbus, N-M., were taken to tho Fort Bllaj base hospital rrom the train yesterday. One hundred and three patients were were transferred rrom the base hospital last night and sent to the general hospital St Hot Springs, Ark, i Genriila Company Celebrate. Company P. or the Firth Georgia Inrantry, celebrated Its thlrty-rirst anniversary Saturday night al camp Cotton. An oyster siinper was served, Music was furnished hy the Firth Georgia band and quartet. Other musical numbers were given by Mu sician Milan, Sergeant Thomas Buirin, ser geant Floyd Parks, Hergeant Melvln Brooks, and Sergeant Charles Lacy, Valor Hntlth Is III. Major Wright Smith, of the Fifth field artillery, ws token to tho base hospital Saturday as tho result of a high fever. I'livsicians sav he Is threatened with tinou- monla, Ills temperature la 103. BREVITIES lAdven'.Mraenie.) Dr. Ebert, Dentin, its-til Mills Building. Try the new os-Ais bar. Ton get tns ben. T, F. Klsh, Prop. Or. Anna Reure Women and children spee. Four Defendants in Arizona Wild Horse Case Want New Trial By Associated Presi. omahs, Neh Jan. fl. Four of nine men convicted recently In federal court here of use of the malls to defraud In the sale of Imaginary wild horses, alleged to rmge the government reservation In Coconino county, Arisnna, today riled motion rnr a n?w trial, advancing among is other reasons that the Jury was prejudiced by newspaper ac counts or ine trial wnirn tncjr wnrti suoweu to read, and that ons Juror was "Interested md biased." II 1 eiso aii.-prrni uiw iii-nijina jmiar, a. W. Wnolhroug., erred rour limes in an-mission or government evidence and thai trie prosecution was guilty of misconduct ' in answering cnaries Acser, or Minneapolis, who testified he came hors at bis wires request to "help out" one of the- derend-ania. The four applicant! ror 1 new trial are: 1. Sidney smith and C. A. Smith, omahaj William tiinKiry, nrayton, neD.j tt. F, Bnrwinkle, Ds Molnea, la, ' . Arguments on ihe motion will be heartl next Saturday. The other five men ton- vlrted will probably appeal. (7? 75

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