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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 11, 1916, Santa Fe, New Mexico Mr. Bursum Might Have Had the Defendant Put In the Non-Book-Burning Penitentiary for Safe Keeping. IANTA FE NEW MEXICAN 53, No. 195 I'VIl J-raspa Bcrvlca of J A .S.S'OC JA.TRI> J'HB.SN Unw BRITISH puci IIUI! nuil EMBARGO IILLIE MSOF1WI1 jlyn Loses ie. of 6 to Out By 2 In fourth Game O, Oct. Nationals by a score oston 'Americans have championship al- uielr grasp. The series Boston Brooklyn 1. .eonard> drop curve 'and Brooklyn's undoing to- first Inning, when the htm for. two runs, the yv hald the- champions il UeaQ'je helpless. for 'Brooklyn, but Hi, followed by Lewis1 Gardner's.home run unset, rcaklyn illtcheV and he .was the hex after the fourth' al box score: AB. R. H.PO.A.E. 4 1 2300 6 10121 401200 b....... 3128 4226 3111 4003 3023 3000' International News Service Placed on Black List 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 -0 1 0 i o .33 6 10 27 10 1 I...... AB. R. H. PO. A. E. ..41 1001 .411100 .3 0, 1 91, 4 O1t 00 ?J 2 0 11 0.0 p 000 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ENGLISH PRESS ROASTS 'YELLOWS' (By Leased Wire to New Mexican.) flxmdon, y Oct. -morning In conspicuous lilaccs tho official order denying to tho Iiitorltntlnnul News Sorvtcb fur- ther U8p of tho officlnl press" bureau nnd th'o USD of cobles and nil oilier .ditties for transmission of nowa be. iliso of Its "garbHiiE oi messages nd broacli of faith." Tho order "appears unjlcr such CQdlngB as 'Wo British news for "News inndo In America" ul "American agenclca Garbling J flits "Dally soys by way comment: "rho Express repeatedly has lied attention to nnti-Rrlttsh, Hen rlnted In Amorienji newspapers con- olldd by Win. ork Amerlcnn, the Chicago' Rxpm- or and similar Jourimie.' Thin news supplied by tiia International News ervlco, Is entirely a Jfearst reaillzallo'n.' These papers will nol avo n lino otHearst news today- This clioii follows lOpGated broaches of alth by tho ITnnrt organtMlUon. One tho latest Instances was a message t 'tho Chicago 'Examiner headed Condon In flames1'and piirportlnB.to cpcrluo n ZepiieHn, raid. 7t was ovor Bent from Jjondon.' tin -an oxlendod editorial "The Ihies" says: disciplinary nleasuro taken tlio International News 66rv. Js a satisfactory fllgn tlmt Iho rnment appreciates1 the IniportauCB t dealing ilrastIcnU> lyjng n( 0 0 0. 0 0 4 2, 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 p o 0 0 ......32 2 5 27 14 or Marquard In fifth, for Cheney In seventh. Meyers In ninth, for Rucker In ninth. Two- base lilts, cntshaw pUlltd. Threo base hll i run, Gardner. Sacrifice hits, Car l.eft-on pnsesj Boslai v 7. First on errors, Boa i I. liases of Marqimrd 2; Chonoy 1 irticd'rnns, off Leonard, 6 rpns Ifl fl innings; off Mar K-4 In 4; off Glltmoy 4 nnc flicker, 1 nnd 0 in 2. Strucs fesard 3; by 3 P; by Rucker 3. Wild pitch fassed balls, lloyoru. Urn bases, Dlneen "Wy, Connolly In th' no signs of Hag crown, feathered fo ptthe (wlea at the home grounds' of tho ijK 'Sue champions. s uj wna fitven' an added tike lifcnltca, their favorites capture today's gahio started towards Ebbets fly hour, thoir nurnbor tho stands would :b packed limn thoy Ivor took about an hour' ce before tli o fin me, us Anploton ancTDol and tho southpaw, Mnll Pfelfter and Mar- tho batting prac had a, long batlin. lufl lefthander, I-conar up for Boston Marqimrd got Int 'luon for Brooklyn. r'rtt Inning' 1. flail 2. .Strik Weather _ the maxt- and 42 was the minimum >y which rtlny .day. It WM at 6 a. m. for Fe and blustery i prtb Shows n to Thursday; not Strlko 2, MnrnimrA threw out Janxrfn up fflrlkt 2 sWk'e 2 Balls imyrhi fanned, nilssltik hla third trlko by" a' foot. tij Haiti trlko 1. Strike 2 Wnlkor atrdok ul, nn.-l kicked' on (he decision. .No uns, no hits, no errors. .TolmstoJi up.'.1 Uwflrml all pltctibd to the cooler field fence or a three base hit ui> Strike Strike 2. Johnston scored on Myor.V rivo'past Jnnvrln. ..Jterkld up. Ball Ball 2. Foul, strike 1. Ball 3 ierkle walked. Wheat up. Strike 1, Vheai forced Merkle, Gardner to Jan- rhl. Myers went to tblrdj the battci elng eafo nt first. Cutshaw up. On wild pilch Wheat went to second, lyora 'remaining on Ihird. Ball 3. fall 2. Strike 1. Foul. S. Ball Myers scored when-Jahvrln funv led culslmw'B grounder. Wheat went o third the batter reached first MAwroy np Ball 1 nail 2 Cnrrlgan tried to pick CnUhaw off list., Foul, strike 1. Strike 2. n attempted douhlo steal Wheat waa 'auEht off third, Cnrrlgnii to Jnnvrli o Oardner, Culnhaw wont to second in Ihe play. Strlko 2. Foul. Dull 3 Mowroy struck out. Two runs, wo hits, one error. t Second Inning JJbblltzol up. Ball 1 Strike 1. Ball 3. Hoblllzel walked Mar guard losing control of his fast ball Lewis np. Ball 1 Strlko 1 Ball 2 .owls doubled against Iho field HobllUcl ner tip. Ball 1 Ball 2. Ball 3. Strike SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1916 PRICE- 5 CENTS i. Strike 2. Foul. Foul. Hoblllzel and scored homo run drlvo to tho center field fcnco. The Boston crowd cheered Gardner to tlio echo Scolt up. Wheat dropped Scott ong drlvo and tho butter mato sec- ond, Carrlgan up Ball 1 Strike 1 Cnrrlgan sacrificed, Mnrciuard lo Mor lilo. Scott going to third. Uonard np Br.ll 1. Strlko 1. Strike 2. atruck out. Hoopor up. Dnll 1. Hoop or out to Mcrklc, nnnssimod. Three runs, three- hits, one error. Olson up. Foul, slrllio 1 Gardner UIQUIl throw out Olson, making a pretty B op m.nr the foul lino. Meyers up. SlrlM 1. nail 1. Foul, strike 2. Ml 2. Dal 3.' Meyers. walked. Marquard UP Premier Hughes Called "Australian Lincoln" By Many Britishers WILLIAM M. HUGHES WAGES Japanese Statesman Criticises American Exclusion Law "William min- (filer of "the Australian commou- weallh. 1ms' been stirring'the-British empire with hfs advocacy of .com- pulsory universal .service. During'.hfa, visit to ..England Mr; Hughes- gained n personal following such ns no colonist ever' efilncd be- fore, largo' audiences welcoming what- ever he had to say as the utterances of a. man of .personal force nnrt large OKporichco. Ho Is'of Wolatt'descent, 62 years 'old and n self ttiatle man. His friends cal Ihlm "iho Australian. Abraham NOOECISIONDS TO POLICy OF TOrYnutTEUTON' y-BMTOIITBRHI( Subject v_ Is Still Under Investigationx Says Mr. Lansing BOATS CLEW TO FATE OF STEAMER (By Leased Wire to New Mexican IXHIE Branch, Oct. Iteming dreitnhiB Co discuss his crni (oronco Inst night with'President Wll- on tlm Clormnn submarine activ ity'off tho Amerlcan'-c'past, left here today for Tho sccretarj anrl iWilson wnre uj> early this moralng nnd talked briefly boforo tho former's departure. Secretary nnnouncctl after lilt'ratum today, frpni, hla'conference with President Wilson nt Long Branch, that thero has been no decis- ion aa to tho policy oT the United suites toward the sub marine campaign in !ho western At lantlc The Y.Iiolo subject, ho said still was under Investigation SHIP1? BOATS CLEW TO FATE OF KINQstONIAN Nowpprl, n I, Oct. find Ing or nvo abandoned ship's hoals-ln good order by tho Spanish steamer Antonio reported In a radio message rolayed to the naval station hero today by Iho Nnntucket Shoals lightship, was considered In naval circles as suggesting a possible trace of the crew of tho sleamshlp Kings Ionian, reported torpedoed bj a man submarine on Sunday, Search tor tho. crow had been sus pendert by (ho naval authorities who doubted whether Ihe submarine's Vic (Oontlnued on runs, no no errors. Third, Innlno Janvrln up. pntahaw a n co, play on Janvrln's grounder and got hla man by step. Wnlkor w. Ban 1. Strike 1. Strike 2. WalMr boat out nn Infield hit. Hot Hull I. Strike, 1. Foul, strlko 2. Ball 2. Ball 3. llobllUol nied lo My- ord. Lewis up. Ball 1. WalV.or out Meyers to cutnlmw. runs, one hit, no errors. Both pitchers wore working verj pail No to'Lewls. No runs, no Fourth Inning up. Slrlke 1. foul. 1 Bsll 1. 2. Lewis "hot a gronndor third for a single. Marguard trlcj on THE WAR TODAY BRITISH TROOPS are now with In two mllei of Zcrss, one of the most' Important, towns In-the s'.rlp .of Qriek, Decu- pled by the Bulgarians" shortly before Rumjnln Tho capture of'two .or mora towns east of Rlvsr alBo Is In a British statement' THE HEPUL8E of Russlsn it. ticks In Oallcta Is by the Austrian but rsw deulli >r st, Octi invasion ot city marslial iirtlic towii of SdcbH'h, Wiorc fhey biilMozp'hiU posters and crippled movie propnoloi-.s niHl their livelihood if they (tare to exhibit Demui-rniie bills or sHcles. 'This'city innrsha! is thn gontlcmnn whom Mr; Bnrsuni ran for shoritV IHll ami reptKlintecl Uy the Oenr voters. Mr. Bnrsum, through Mr. Henry Dreyfus :uul, (lirongli Itonorablo Jmlpe Aihos tireen, >stice of Iho peace, nn illegal u-nrrmit, today sought to .seize and capture the person of Col. Broiisou Cutting, president of tho New Mexican Printing Coni- pany, and hale hiin m chains, miumelos, fetters, and disgrace, to Bur.sum's Kocorro county juil. cliuiiis, however. I fnilcd to clnnk. Bherffr -Emll Janies, of Socorro county, arrived today at rioon and sorv- cu a iv.irraiit on CnttJue, out by Honorufalc Jcnfge Aiuos aimi.arccn, oh complaint of ono Henry lliirsum Ilreyfus chareinc Col Cutting, vvlm returned yesterday [roiu ,R] faso nlth libelluff rna by reason of a printed m uus paper Saumlny 10 tho effect that a Ilusum henchman nnmetl Uroyfus In the of Ooveruor Hager- man, tore down the flag In Socorro and stamped on U." and otherwise desecrated it. U will be remembered tlmt Ilio infamous incl- J desecration in Socorro, wna of the thlnga used with tcllinK effect hy Governor "cwsimpDra ip the Ilunianla hy Austrian troops which captured rt German itothnnburn s wc ca have pushed further south ond crossed tho berrtor. Soulh of HormannBtadl Uumnnlan troops havo repulsed aUnclts H-llh heavy loflHDs and hnvo mado 'Somo en-st ot Jlul Vnlloy. Around and In tho Caltmai) moun- tnlns, north of Kronntrtdi. Iho numau- aro .rollrlng, stalomcnt today. tho ortlcln! feated ntirsum in mi. Mr. through Henry Dreyfus, which de- iiiiuusn nenri' who thus cinima that he IB the hcnchmaii named Droyfns" mentioned atso brings a civil suit for libel damages tn the 'modest sum of I500W paiwrs In thte cose served today on I'Tesidftiit Cutting and Secretary Dor- mnw, ot the New 'Mexican Printing Company. Try to Make it Unoallablc iK' In defiance of law In lite eager attempt la get Into dunuico vlte. tho llonoroblo Judge Amos Green fnilcd and iieglecled to aert tho ban provtaion into the whicii U obeyea.jis U stood >nvo no'recourse hut to eutpr Ihe Buraum dungeon. Colonel Cutting lininodiatoly boforo tho HonpraUo Judge'Alberto" Garcia, an cmluaiit Jurist and Repitbll- Santa Fe N'ow iToxlcan, a ilaily nowa- party leader of .this city, who paper, a certaEn falso CUH pany leaner oi uus city, wno paper, a cenatn IBLSO, acanQOlous, culckly decided thai ft would bo un- malicious rvnd defamatory statfimcut U'lse not: to ffr (do amount of bond, nnd Jlbol.- ho conuervaiivcly placed at thu nm.-vlimMi) ot Colonel Cutting proniptty bond In. that sum, lo appear In Socorfp. October 30, hla bpndsnieu bo Ing fornier Governor Mtg- ,nel A. Otora aiid, I.ovl A. Hvighca, president of the 'Plrat Nntlonaj btink of this city. Mr. Buraum's Socorro .county cooior Is.tliua cheated of Us prey and the girdsMufr of teeth tn his tight ffttla b.iltlwlck hns supplantcil tno at llto chnlns. Sheriff KmJI ,'amos. a trnllonmnly DomocraHc official, who got Into omco on a TtopnUIcan fluke, deemed lo boar up well imdor iho clr- curriHlaneca. Tho warrant wna na follows, the nmoiirit of bond insenej. by the 1 bench; Warrant State of New Mexico County of fiocorro To .the Sheriff or Any Constnblo of Said County, (Iroctlng; "VVhercAH, Honry has thlfl tiny umlor onth inn do complaint flirt ted (lint [tro 11 so u M. CuUfiiR did on tho Slh day of October, 1916, at tho county .of Socorro nmJ of Now Mexico, niallolnuoly, i.- fnlly and fclonjounly, nnrt with Intont to vlllify and prejudice tho said Henry did contrive, make, write. publish, soli circulate lo printed ami ctrciilnled In tho Therefore, you are hereby com- in j filled to arrest nnd tafce ('he body ot Orouson "Cutting and htm safely kecp, TiHOUSALVD DOL.UAJIS ao that you have him before the uu- dcrtdgncd jualice of Iho peace to bo dealt with according In law, you will confine him. in iho county Jail and .thero keop him safety confined until you proaeut him tho coorl of Iho undersigned Justice oX Iho peace, to bo dealt with In conformity with la witness whereof, I lias'o unto my namo, this lOlh day of Oclober. A. I91C. A ,E, OUKBN% Jtiallce of llio sPeare Precinct Covinly cf Socorro, N, M. (Endorsement on Back) Wivtrani of Xow Mexico. VB. Jtronaon .Vf, Cutting, llssnotl hy aie, Ilio umlcralKitcd Jus- of tho 5VRCC. tills lotli of Oct. Justice of Iho rteclnct No. I, County of Socorro. Statd of NTow .Mexico, County of Santa I, tbo undersigned o( the (CootUacd on
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