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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 11, 1916, Santa Fe, New Mexico Mr. Bursum Might Have Had the Defendant Put In the Penitentiary for Safe FE NEW MEXICAN 53, No. 195 of J A BRITISH puci EMBARGO Loses of 6 to Out By 2 In fourth Game Oct. Nationals by a score oston have championship The series Boston Brooklyn 1. drop curve Brooklyn's undoing first when the two the yv hald champions il for but followed by run and he the hex after the al box R. 4 1 2300 6 10121 401200 3128 4226 3111 4003 3023 3000' International News Service Placed on Black List 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 i o 6 10 27 10 1 R. H. A. E. 1001 0, 1 91, 4 00 2 0 11 0.0 p 000 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ENGLISH PRESS ROASTS Leased Wire to New y Oct. In conspicuous tho official order denying to tho News ther of tho bureau nnd USD of cobles and nil oilier for transmission of nowa of Its oi messages nd of Tho order such as British news for In ul Garbling J flits soys by way Express repeatedly has lied attention to Hen In newspapers con- by ork the or and similar Thin news supplied by tiia International News Is entirely a These papers will nol avo n lino news This follows broaches of alth by tho One tho latest Instances was a message t Chicago headed Condon In n 7t was ovor Bent from tin -an editorial disciplinary taken International News 66rv. Js a satisfactory Iho the t dealing 0 0 0. 0 0 4 2, 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 p o 0 0 2 5 27 14 or Marquard In for Cheney In Meyers In for Rucker In Two- base base hll i Sacrifice Car v 7. First on Boa i I. liases of 2; 1 off 6 Ifl fl off Mar In 4; off 4 nnc 1 nnd 0 in 2. fesard 3; by 3 by Rucker 3. Wild pitch Urn Connolly In no signs of Hag feathered fo at the home of tho ijK s uj wna an added tike their favorites capture today's started towards Ebbets fly thoir tho stands would packed limn thoy Ivor took about an ce before tli o fin us and tho and tho batting prac had long lufl up for Boston got Int for 1. flail 2. Weather the and 42 was the minimum which It WM at 6 a. m. for Fe and blustery i Shows n to not 2, threw out up 2 2 Balls hla third tij Haiti 1. Strike 2 on .No no no all to the cooler field fence or a three base hit Strike Strike 2. Johnston scored on Ball Ball 2. strike 1. Ball 3 Wheat Strike 1, forced Gardner to Myers went to the eafo nt Cutshaw On wild pilch Wheat went to lyora on Ball 3. fall 2. Strike 1. S. Ball Myers scored led Wheat went o third the batter reached first np Ball 1 nail 2 tried to pick off strike 1. Strike 2. n attempted steal Wheat waa off to o wont to second in Ihe 2. Dull 3 struck Two wo one t Second Inning Ball 1 Strike 1. Ball 3. walked Mar guard losing control of his fast ball Lewis Ball 1 1 Ball 2 doubled against Iho field ner Ball 1 Ball 2. Ball 3. Strike SANTA NEW OCTOBER 1916 5 CENTS i. Strike 2. and scored homo run to tho center field The Boston crowd cheered Gardner to echo Scolt Wheat dropped Scott ong and tho butter mato up Ball 1 Strike 1 lo Mor Scott going to np 1. 1. Strike 2. 1. Hoop or out to Three one Olson 1 Gardner throw out making a pretty B op the foul Meyers 1. nail 1. strike 2. Ml 2. Dal 3.' Marquard UP Premier Hughes Called By Many Britishers WILLIAM M. HUGHES WAGES Japanese Statesman Criticises American Exclusion Law of Australian 1ms' been empire with hfs advocacy of universal visit to gained n personal following such ns no colonist be- audiences welcoming ever he had to say as the utterances of a. man of force large Ho 62 years and n self His friends cal Abraham TO POLICy OF Subject Is Still Under Says Mr. Lansing BOATS CLEW TO FATE OF STEAMER Leased Wire to New Mexican Oct. Iteming Co discuss his crni Inst night on tlm submarine activ tho left here today for Tho wnre early this nnd talked briefly tho Secretary after with President Wilson nt Long that thero has been no ion aa to tho policy oT the United suites toward the sub marine campaign in western At The ho said still was under Investigation BOATS CLEW TO FATE OF n Oct. find Ing or nvo abandoned ship's good order by tho Spanish steamer Antonio reported In a radio message to the naval station hero today by Iho Shoals was considered In naval circles as suggesting a possible trace of the crew of tho Kings reported torpedoed bj a man submarine on Search tor crow had been sus by naval authorities who doubted whether Ihe Vic on no no a n play on grounder and got hla man by w. Ban 1. Strike 1. Strike 2. boat out nn Infield Hot Hull I. 1. 2. Ball 2. Ball 3. nied lo ord. Lewis Ball 1. out Meyers to one no Both pitchers wore working verj pail No No no Fourth Inning 1. 1 1. 2. Lewis a third for a Marguard on THE WAR TODAY BRITISH TROOPS are now with In two of one of the towns pled by the shortly before Tho capture mora towns east of alBo Is In a British THE of it. ticks In Is by the Austrian but rsw of battle now In for GERMAN troops the of on of Crossing pf Sinai Witli Big Guns j HIKE 1 of in in rer of in ihe ihe tho iu losing somo 3000 tnl prisoners out if oF I i man aa li been in t rho cross Ing of the the of sunnier A of the wno por to travel bat tie ground after had bj high au ilm the not be accomplished any force be safe from the One of uas General Sir Archibald nder Jn the m upon hla assumption of command here last be begun to for such an attack the duo to his t by Ge man officers who for the ad from the 1 1 u post un the nor tn cm 90 mHos f om Ihe About half this distance n n waterless nnd nt of year the It be ini possible for men to march for In these one to tho at o i ry ami horses tor work of nig means ot and supplies was camels and this About 14 TOO of those beasts 1, gdn car through sands the constructed roads bj tlig King fit anil these tracks with scrubby plants which represented the only life tho These wiry plants formed ovor which sand making practicable Hie tn somo places where tlie sand was too loose and deep this planks were laid lengthwise under thu Progress was necessarily slow and long before the the watered positions took somo miles in front of the British were ready and waiting for The did not U WRS draw the In- on to an assault If decided would corlain length of Ume and then force tho If tho hnd It seemed almost a forlorn hope the with their leadership lie led to un attack on tho for Iho whole try In this Is groat not be in because of All these dunes well protected by tho as hail been at mid- night On tlie Turks began tho attack which ended in for them on August 6. what Uio Turks vto try to take this apparently nable Is a mutter of erable Iho opinion we re formed as to nature of misjudged t ho Brit- Ish and despite the difficulties proa en to lake the sition and establish a base from which thoy could work tho may they u era Ihe dune and their ar- very effective fit but no body of attacking troops could hopo to way through machine cavalry nud In- Turks from lack ot since thoy hnd to from laden as Both sides limit of from tho great Tho climax or the battle of tho light who Bonie two nnd a half In length and them down upon tho Turks who wore straggling forward In tho sanely were defenceless the terrible deleted Tha opinion that muut hRvo proved to their own across yet hopo for no during rhot they had com IN ATTEMPT TO PUT On Complaint cif City Marshal and Repudiated Candidate For Justice of the Peace issues Illegal Warrant For Arrest of Col. Bronson M. Cutting Fpr Libel In Another Desperate Attempt to Ciag BOND TO HALE NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER TO JUZGADO Honorable judge Garcia Into Breach and Fixes Maximum Hiding Behind Also Has Civil Suit Brought For Snug Sum of Henry Dreyfus Claims Is Bursum Charged With Contemptible Desecration of Flag M. 0. removed by Hagerman as of flip disgraceful moss in H. 0. who paid of his personal taxes of in ten H. connected beneficent legislation of tlic formerly mayor of Tokyo and of the to the con- ference In is now In having arrived in New York a Tew days He says that the t m. nim slons reached by the bounty store 000 of 000 snout conferees will result in great to both the allies and the people ot the United Is ono of foremost economists In Jn Xew York he said his countrymen desire nothing qf ihe United the treatment accorded to other civilized IJe And Iho Jaw I GERMAN LOSSES IN MILLION UNO Hawkins stripe for 0. Bursum of wild bounty got of a smalling political us over disseminated its fragrance in tho is still at trying to gng the press and on his own highly in the to squeeze his bunch into power in Casualties September Placed at 1 by British ROMANIANS ARE REPORTED ON RUN Leased Wire to New Oct. from Iho of Iho war to tho end of September cording lo an British aa given out horo The Gorman casualties In are given aa 17D.GS4. PURSUIT OF RUMANIAN CONTINUES Oct. of the ond beaten by tho at the The statement have been AH In it ing towards the town of on the front of Ilio have cut off by Iho French It Hinted in official out from neutral tries to Iho war thn News those received for Iho TEUTON ARMIES invasion ot city of fhey posters and crippled movie their livelihood if they to exhibit bills or is thn whom ran for ami Uy the Mr. through Mr. Henry Dreyfus of Iho nn illegal today sought to and capture the person of Col. president of tho New Mexican Printing and hale hiin m and to county I to of Socorro arrived today at and cu a on out by oh complaint of ono Henry Col returned yesterday faso rna by reason of a printed m uus paper 10 tho effect that a henchman In the of tore down the flag In Socorro and stamped on and otherwise desecrated it. U will be remembered Ilio infamous J desecration in wna of the used with effect hy Governor ip the hy Austrian troops which captured rt German s wc ca have pushed further south ond crossed tho of troops havo repulsed heavy and mado ot Around and In tho north of Iho aro tho in mi. Mr. through Henry which de- who thus cinima that he IB the named mentioned atso brings a civil suit for libel damages tn the sum of In cose served today on Cutting and Secretary ot the New Printing Try to Make it In defiance of law In lite eager attempt la get Into tho Judge Amos Green and to aert tho ban into the U U stood hut to Ihe Colonel Cutting tho an Jurist and Santa Fe a party leader of who a falso CUH pany leaner oi uus wno a decided thai ft would bo un- malicious defamatory to ffr amount of nnd ho placed at thu ot Colonel Cutting bond In. that lo appear In October 30, hla bo Ing fornier Governor A. A. president of the of this Mr. Socorro cheated of Us prey and the of teeth tn his tight hns tno at Sheriff a who got Into on a deemed lo boar up well iho Tho warrant wna na the of bond by the 1 Warrant State of New Mexico County of To Sheriff or Any of Said Honry has tiny umlor inn do complaint flirt ted 11 so u M. did on tho Slh day of 1916, at tho county Socorro of Now and with Intont to and tho said Henry did soli circulate lo printed ami In tho you are hereby com- in j filled to arrest nnd body ot and safely ao that you have him before the of Iho peace to bo dealt with according In you will confine in iho county Jail and keop him safety confined until you him tho coorl of Iho undersigned Justice oX Iho to bo dealt with In conformity with la witness I unto my this day of A. A of sPeare Precinct cf M. on of hy Ilio of tho 5VRCC. tills of Oct. Justice of Iho No. County of of County of Santa tbo undersigned the on
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