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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1913.
Sightseers Flock to the Juarez
"Battlefield and Seek Souvenirs
People of El Paso Make Holiday of Occasion and Curious
From Points Hundreds of Miles Distant Make
Journey to Go Over Ground
OU two iluys uftor tlm battle of
.Inure, thu people of HI I'iiho.Tox.,
went HlKhtsoelnK on tho battlo
flclcl. HlKhtscorp even enmc from
dlstnnt points; In Arizona, Now Mrxlco
and Tpxan, to Kp over the Rrotiml wlicrn
cannon tOmt nnd rifle balls had plmislii'ii
up tho earth. wluTD wounded men had
bled, died nnd been burled.
The .ilKlitneer.s were not content merely
In lookltiK for Hoiivenlrs of tho conflict
between the two .Mexican nrnili'S. ''Have
nii seen any dead? Wbero are the
f;ravea7" were the iuc.itlong visitors put
to ono another. 1ut ,ihey were held back
nnd not permitted to pasn Juarez until
lifter most of the dead bad been burled.
tt waM a holiday for Kl I'asoans, It
i-remed. Men nnd women nnd children
many mothers: carried babies In their
arms Were on the battlefield. They
stared In wonder or curiosity at the
imall bands of rebel guard encountered
iilotiR the railroad. They surrounded a
rebel train that pulled up at Mesa to
collect the bodies of the dead there. Oc
casionally there was an exclamation of
horror from some of the American
women us the stolid faced rebels passed
.nlnns the line of spectator with the
Kiilles of tho two men who had died with
their hands tied together.-
On top of one of the cars mnjetlcally
Mood a tall, raw boned mountaineer,
two cartrldse belts full of ammunition
over his shoulders and a hitth, blue hel
met, with u tall spike on his head, look
In for nil the world like, the dress hel
met of a fnlted states infantryman In
the days before the Spanish-American
war, when the ollw drab had not come
lata use us the uniform of Tncle Sam's
'sldlers. Men In shirt sleeves, men In
blue denim, in khaki, In nondescript
' Jrtss of every character, walked or
lounged about the lops of the cars. All
carried heavy belts of ammunition.
Each man hud a rllle and many also
carried bis revolvers.
At the end of the train were two flat
cars. On these were mounted six small
field pieces and their caissons, captured
In tho Kittle tho day before. These had
been left behind with the burial party,
one of the rebel olllcers explained, for
defence in the event of u return of the
Federals from the south. Soon the
train pulled ont of Mesa. In the direc
tion of Juarez. As It moved off the
rebels smiled and waved their hands
u. the assembled Americans. All the
-ebels were friendly toward their visi
tors. Thh -ountry nround Mesa across to
Onuche on the west and out eastward
to a blc. low adobe ranch hotr. was
of magnetic Interest to the Kl I'a-oans.
This was the rels-l miupliit; ground and
their tlKhtlni; Kronnd much of Hip time.
Between Kauche and Mesa much of
the Infantry Had been concentrated.
Little pits, dun in the loose sand,
afliong the brush, showed where the
rebel soldiers had hidden and tired as
the Federals . had shown their heniis
over tha H8Kt bilf, to the, south or at
tempted to cross the Intervening terri
tory, riles of flinty rock, with little
hollow of cat th dug out behind them,
GUTHRIE'S SALT WATER BATHS,
Town Tnrni t Alt nntnse Well Thnt
I HllfMl t MiMitit OIL
TVasiiincton, Dec 5 "(tUthrK Okla .
will dedicate next week n IT.'i.non miieui-
pally owned medicinal bathhouse and the
fulfil State- S.'n.itors and Iterreenta-
tlvis from Oklahoma have been Invited to
be guests of the former capital elty of
Oklahoma," aald Charles M. Cook of Okla
"Twenty yea is sgo the pnlneer pro.peet
hole far oil or giis was sunk at Outhrle.
The well whs abandoned at a depth of
1 710 feet, hut durln? drilling operations
n strotig How .if salt' water was found.
When the well whs nbindoned effort wan
made to shut on tills tluw of water.
"The olfort was urisiioo, .sfiil. nnil for
years this artelan well of salt water i
flowed Into the t'ottonwod River. Per
sons of n curious turn of mind were In
cjiflrd to taste this water from time to
tme, and gradually stories were circulated
thnt It contained medicinal properties.
"Tales of euns froip these waters were
laughed at, but n time passed the scep
tically Inclined vent samples tt the water
to Washington for analsls. (invorntiietit
experts ' show ed the water to lie almost
Identical with the famous Onrlsbul water
of normany, and the people of fJutlirle
suddenly awakened to the fact that the
nbindoned well wns one of the greatest
amenta of thy cl.
"Mellevlng Mi inly In the merit' of the
water, the veople nf riuthriu two jenrs
ns i voted a fion.non bond Issue to be
II"' t for the development of the w-lter
an1 the establishment of a modern iiiu
4ltts:il bathhouse The structure, built
' itirely of concrete and marble, Is mod
ern and palatial In every particular nnd
equipped for the giving nf every known
form of bath. Owlns to the unlveisal ue
of these watets ny enizins in tneir mimes
the death rate In (lutlule has been re
dn ed f,0 tier cent, and typhoid fever Is
BA$Y CARRIAGES FOR HOLLAND.
Our Consnl lit Amsterdam Writes
They Are In lirrat lleninnd,
V AslirwiTON, P'C. Ti. There Is a steady
demand for baby carriages or go carts In
this district, mid It is believed that popu
lar American makes could bo Introduced
satisfactorily, writes P. P. He Young,
Vlee-f'onsul at Amsterdam. At present
German lines are. being Mild. American
styles, however, nrn considered much more
convenient nnd sightly. A go cart which
could be sold at about J5 would be In
One only has to go out on a sunny day
In the, streets nf Amsterdam nnd Its sub
urbs to' e Impressed with the enormous
nurnber of these vehicles now 111 use. The
old custom of the mother carrying tho
W' Is fust going out of date In Holland.
TRAIN AND RABBIT MET.
Dniinr Died, lint lie Rrnnaht
Knalne In Htop.
Fe RANK, Wash,, Dec. fi The first In
stance of record In the Northwest or a
ral w"iv trnlii suffering In collision wit
rr t krabblt Is reported by II, H.
n ' -at Northern locoinotlv- r.Witieer,
rill., rf.ul fr.nn KnoWline.
-V. .. ,.. n.in,, (in--Ve. wnvlor. ian 1
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miles west eir spoKae-r. -Thursday nignt
vlii, ill- r,.l.1,.,t -.eoiTiirf " un 1,1 Mr.
Dean, "We weeit fowling slnng about j1"" i""
sixty miles an tiir, pulling our full com-1 , . '
plement of toadies, when 1 saw a Jack- Horse Thieve Obsolete Now.
rnbtilt Vtntng toward us full speed In the Dhhiiam, Muss., Dec. fl. -The society In
m!do the track. The animal was evl- Dedham for the apprehending of horse
t'kWr confused by the brilliant glare ' thieves, now 1 years old, recognizing
,.-rm tae eleetrlo headlight and made no that this Is an automobile age, Is con
S?ort to get out of the way, slderlng changing Its purpein' to pursuit
"Just beforo wo struck him ho stopped of those who steal automobllis and their
crouched down, and after the engine 1
marked tho location of the sharpshoot
ers on the sides of the hills. In every
pit there was a pile of exploded rifle
sheila. On the sides of tho mountain
were holes) n foot deep, two feet deep,
where shrapnel sheila had fullen from
the Federal batteries.
Scattered over the country were
broken saddles, torn clothltiK, hats, hat
brims, an occasional faded though once
uaudy necktie; occasionally aln-ef bone.
.Vow and then u dead horse, with a
buzzard soaring above, loomed among
the small growth of brush that cov
ered tho snndy country. Deep ruts, cut
by tho frequent movement of field
pieces and supply and ammunition
wagons, gashed thu face of the earth
In many places.
Souvenirs of all kinds were gathered
by the visitors. The tastes of the lht
scers were varied. While one, niUcht
scorn an old straw sombrero browned
with tleld service, the next visitor
would seize It as a prize worthy of
presorvattoti. One would wither up a
handful of the exploded rltlo shells and
hunt canerly for a clip to slip them into.
A broken saddle appealed to one vis
itor. Occasionally somebody found a
ituti, but If tho rebels spied It before
be left the field It was not brought to
Kl I'aso ns a souvenir.
The more Venturesome continued
south In search of the Federal lines.
Those who kept to the railroad ran Into
heavy sand about three miles south of
Mesa and had to turn back, Those who
took the road to the left after much
zigzagging and an occasional heavy pultl Vh .nrmi. .?.,,.? c,cu,!nn
through .-and were rewarded by e mln I 71' ' S.Ce?.et,bC.h,n,,
upon th. Federal Held of action, about ,r" "eri he hJd7it . I w"'le,,n,f IT
six mlos nny. One of the first evl-1 in J n Iff i, , ! Mf hm"
dences'of the tattle In Federal territory o!. i" 'h " ' M'W .?!
was u great hole torn In one of t he
Iron supports of u small bridge under
the Mexican Central truck. A shrapnel
had torn the hole, but had not disabled
the bridge. Along the road were scat
tered papers from packages of absorbent
cotton find bandages.
Approach to the Federal intrench
ments was marked by several dead
mules lying beside the road one hud
walked for JOO feet after being shot.
A big halo In tint animal's side showed
that shrapnel from the ridn-l guns
hud done the work. On the west of
the railroad .and on the eatt the Cen
tral here goes through a narrow p.is
sageway between the mountains and
mnkes a sharp though short turn to the
east the Federals had plumed their
cannon and hail Intromited tlicir sharp
shooters. Federal precautions of defence were
similar to those of the rebels. Small
stones were piled along the ridges of
tile mesa, the soft earth dug out behind
with mess pans some of these were
still found upon the tleld-and in many
cases the llmlw of tiie scrub growth
that covers the desert country had been
broken on and plied in front of the
rocks to olmcure them from view. With
their smokeless powder the sharpshoot
ers could thii fire uneen at the enemy.
Ilelilnd them In convenient r.iviiifs the
i . ...
i-vi,-iu ii iinuiim servers nan nroKoii
i'110' "'i "v-r him the nir brakes be-i
ig-'ii to work ami the train came to a!
if1""''" s'l. the air register showing the
tiriikiH set on thu emergency.
-The tlrem.m uiul I gut out to Investigate
I"1"1 found Hint the air hose hail been un-1
eoutileil between the engine uiul the
i tender It was evident that the body of'
I ""' rnbblt had li en thrown ng.ilnt the
i ru'' wllh fcutlkk-nt force to break tile
"We were deiajeil, but none nf the pas
sengers was Injured by the sudden stop."
WHERE GUY FAWKES PLOTTED.
Did -Miuislon of Trnpilonra and fcerret
I.0N0O.V, Dec 5 - White Webbs Park.
footpaths are 111 dispute, is tile
I centre of two Interesting legends.
Uieal tradition has It that White Webbs
House was one of the meeting places of
the liunpowder Plot conspirators , nnd It
Is nt any rate certain that Fawkes was a
frequent visitor there. And apparently
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searched it after liuy's arrest reported It
to lie full of trapdoors and passages, pre
This bouse was demolished In 1 TOO, but
some portions of ,its outbuildings are
probably embodied in the King and Tinker
Inn. for which the story of King James
and the Tinker is claimed. This legend,
to which, by the way, llnlleld Is not the
sole claimant, tills how the king, sepa
injed from his hunting companions, came
across the tinker, who, after some fa
miliar conversation, expressed a wish to
see the (monarch
lie was bidden to mount behind his
new friend and look out for the only man
who kept his hat on when they rejoined
tiie hunting party, and In due course
found that bu bad been sharing the king's
WAS ONCE A SLAVE SHIP.
The I'arniltii of Civil War Times
oT a 1'lshlnar Schooner.
T'llll.AnEt.rillA, Dec. 5. The sailing of
the schooner Thomas F .1. Howlett for
southern fishing grounds ri calls the Ills
tory of the vessel. The schooner, once
the r.irmlta, was mod with the sdiooner
Wanderer dining civil war times as a
slave ship. She ran from the West lndhs
to the I'nlted States.
During one of her slave carrying voy
ages the e'arinlta was tired upon nnd
1'iiptuied off Chat lesion, S. C, by a
I'lilted Stutes Oovernnit nt ve ssel. A
short time afterward tiie Wanderer met
the same fate, lloth ve-ssels were taken
to Charleston and offered for sale by
the (iovertum nt, and the present owners
purchased the vessels
The I'urniltii was rebuilt In 10ln nt the
yard of a Wilmington shipbuilding con
cern, nnd her name chtinged to the
Thnmns I. .1 Howiitt. She wns then
added to the fleet of flslilng schooners.
An Oklahoma, Toitii
IlAiiTi.nsvn.i.i:, Okla., Dec,
i yours olllcers of Washington and Osage
n H,i i.'ivu been trying to establish the
iVV'tiOty of 1Hr ,, v2 Jens killed by
I'nlti d States marshals w'ft st Hils city
" ' "'"'" le-wiiu ll" n. UK
I" " undertaking establishment v
Pawhuska, 1 he undertaker refuses to
i bin y It because no mm Is willing to pay
open the stores of ammunition nnd served
up the cartridges to the men In the
trenches. Occasionally along the line of
defence would be discovered an extra
large pile of several hundred cartridges.
Marks In the ground indicated where
the triangular supports of a machine
gun had stood.
Tracks on the hillsides In the rear
showed where the field pieces had been
tugged up. Ground that had been
ploughed by the hasty dragging away
of the field pieces, over the front of
the hills, showed where the victorious
rebels, In the elation and excitement of i
their victory, had snatched their prizes
and hurried them away. '
At one of tho trenches lay the under
wear of a man nnd besldo It a white
shirt with "33" woven Into It, Indicating
that some poor fellow of the Twonty
thlrd regular Infantry had paid his last
debt ns lie crouched In the trench and
fired at the enemy; that later the
enemy, victorious, had stripped his
corpse nnd left only such of his cloth
ing as could not l)e appropriated to good
advantage. Unbind one of the trenches
lay the top of a Iwer bottle of a well
known American brand; whether some
sightseer of the day had dropped it
there or some lighter had to.isod It away
as he refreshed himself In the heat of
battle will never be known.
Down in the road nt the foot of the
Federal linos, trampled In the dust, lay
mo complete blue uniform of a Federal
There was no blood on
ration and possible execution at the
hands of the Constitutionalists.
All along the road, all over the hattlo
field, little touches of human Interest
were to be found. It was not difllcult,
for Instance, to distinguish a rebel's
grave from that of a Federal. At the
head of each rebel grave- was a cruda
cross made of sticks; the Federal graves
Tho rebels went over the field very
early and soon relieved It of Its burden
of dead. Sightseers on tho afternoon
of the day after the fight failed to find
the sptctacle they had expected, Those
in tho morning saw many unhtirlod
corpses. I'ancho Villa, when he left the
field, left several hundred men with a
train, with picks nnd (.hovels, with In
structions to obliterate us soon as pos
sible all signs of the conflict.
This was done. The rebels bad cap
tured a number of workmen whom the
Federals had employed to repair the
railroad as they oume north. These
men were impressed Into sen ice as
grave uiggers nnil. witti rebel soldiers
standing over them with loaded rifles,
they worked hard and quickly
It was not necessary always tr dig a
grave. Many an arroyo furnished a
ready mnde burial place for u group of
victims of the battle. A few spades I
full of dirt on top completed the task of I
burial. Tho net heavy rain may bare
, tile hotloh tt tho i1e.nl 1ml tli.,t nvc T.i,f- i
. - 1
BEES ROUTED TRAMPS.
"Illnney Making- Coliinr AltnrUeil Men
lleslealnir Hermit's Cabin.
Palis w:, NVh . rieo r, - tulph 1 law
inn lles alone In a hut fifteen miles
northwest of this village. I lis tie'ir. st
neighbor Is four miles away He makes
a living by raising garden truck mid
chickens , he also keeps bees.
Two men, apparently tramps, ap
proached Dawson's little home In a deep
draw near the French Itlver. Dawson
is suspicious of nil visitors nnd refused
to open his door. The nun withdrew, '
hut returned in a short time with a
heavy piece of timber with which they
tried to batter down the entrance.
The honey bees became excited nnd
began to Mine the tramps. Just as the '
door was ubout to gu way the bees
became mure vigorous and the Intruders
were forced to cease beating down the,
'"" protect thentsi Ives.
Hut the lighting bees were not to be
driven off anil the tramps began u re
treat. One of thmi run to thu French i
Itlver and escaped tho attacks by plunging
Into the water. He swam tu the oppolto
bank and disappeared The other ran in
an opposite direction with hundreds nf
bees after him. Dawson says both men I
were seieamlng nt the top of their voices
ns they disappeared. They did not re
turn. Dawson Inn left the bees nn extra
large amount of the honey for the winter
I because of their valor Ho has purchased
a tewiiver and a shotgun and will re
enforce the bees If unwelcome visitors
I appioach his hut again.
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ila Mies In. fllbrtttar, South America
ai.isrt, eiontce The Newe.t
l.amevl Mimners '"il'lng Htraaaert
m the trade Laurentk
Adriatic Celtic i Megantk
JANI'ART 10 JANl'ARV.'ll
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PASatiWUKM Orril K, O B-way. N. T.
FASTEST STEAMERS IN THE WORLD
ft. jIVERNIA Dc. 10, 10:00 A.M.
SpecialV niDnuift n 10 10:00
XMA52 unnuiiiH isec 10 a.m.
LUSITANIA DEC. 241;
Quickest Route via Flshouard rr
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JAN. 14, 1 A. M.
. . JAN. -', I A. M.
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t Will fall at liirrnlimn and I.Urrinxil Only,
t'alli at lliirriinlnnn. Iji.l nrul Hi .t llouml.
MADEIRA, GIBRALTAR, GENOA, NAPLES, PATRAS, TRIESTE, FIUME
fallinc hour Nuoa. Mre lllnrritr.r.
tCARPATIIIA VKV.9 tl l.TOSIA IIKC. .11 IPANNONIA. . ,IAN. 1
tuiiiin Mnitrlrn, illlirallnr. (lenoa. lOmlia Oenoa and Mailrlra. tumlta .Muilflm, Qlbraltar,
Hi mm. cnrrUs SO un.l 3-1 rl.t.i nnly.
SPECIAL WINTER CRUISES RIVIERA, ITALY, EGYPT
M.uUIrn, Mlbraltur. Aliiler. Mnn.it u ir lenna. Xunlr. AUv.tn.tflt. ini1ltiirit nnnn.
MUll nn tHllal AlrxntitUU, wmmm
K'i0!'!,", WOMI.D Till PH. Mim akd up. Kirtal tJ.rotied r.ni'H in i:gpt. Inilla. rblna,
Japan, Manila, Ausiralia, Neu .uiAn.,huuiliAlrlia, hutilh Ainirlm linlfini.iJini Tours In Eurour.
ac. HcnA fur liouMri i iiiimI 'Initio
Aii:.Ms kou I'i..mm i.it a.ni, fRii:vrAi. s. v in. i hkui knt smi.ixim i
Piers Foot W. Hill il., .NiiHh UUcr. N.
for the very best
of this Season's
Do you want to reel in the gori?cou
scenery and climate of lands of per
Do you want to delight in new scenes
as romantic and picturesque as those of
Spain. Italy, Egypt and the Orient?
Do you want to enjoy the unlimited
advantages of a wide choice of routes
and the maiimum efficiency of a fleet
of luxurious steamers?
If you want all this at far less than
the cost of a European trip, then plan
to visit that famous winter resort region
known as the
embracing the option of
FLORIDA CUBA PORTO RICO
MEXICO NASSAU TEXAS
AND PACIFIC COAST
Attractive combination rates, includ
ing indmdual or party etcumom both
ways one way by water returning by
rail or uce versa, starting from and
returning to our home City
Write ii li -il.iy unci k us spml ni
nur tmtittfully Illustrated truvt'l Lnui
Tour Bureau, AGWI Linea
'JIMI llruadna,, ,fh tnrk
London -Paris Bremen
I'rlnr Krleilrli h Wllhelm Her. 1:1
KalM-r Hllhi'lm II I .M. Dec. Ill
AlTorillnir ample opportunity in
reach all pans nf i iinum-iit.il 1 uup.'
KaUr Mlticlin tier iiro.M
I'a.i sl.nl Sillltiin-.
tl rleilrlch der Uioc
tllicmcri illrecl one catnu II
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Ihrituirh rif frnm ru t k tit
South America via rtinie
l.tlpl, lmiU no. I tiie lar l..i
IikIi pcmlcnt lilpi.
Around the World, JG17.70
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New York lo San Juan in 4ii dayi,
)4S and up. Special 16-ilay uuise,
New Yoilc la and aiound tl. Island, and
letum lo New Ypik, including slops in
linncipal I'uito Kit an poits, $110,
Sailings every Saturday, Big, staunch
steamers, with spacious accomodations,
excellent cuisine and every modern com.
tort atoidinf an ideal winter cruise.
WiHe far koikl'l
PORTO RICO LINE
GENERAL OFFICE i 11 B'dway, N.Y.
UANCH TICKIT OFFICII 2M I'ew.r, N.T.
Compagme Genera le Transatlantic')
IHrecl Line to Ttavrr I'arls U'ranie.
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MAURETANIA Dec. 16 &
MAURETANIA .FEB. 11, 1 AM
( AHI'AMA I KIt. , 1 A. !.
LUSITANIA FEB. 25,1 AM.
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THOS. COOK SON
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ALGIERS, GREECE, ITALY.AUSTRIA
S. t MlRtNl WtSHIIGION, KAISER FRANZ JOSEPH 1, Etc
failings trlnr.ilui or ulnnla J 1'. at.
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Official Railroad Ticket Agent
TU'W'tK nnil rlmlcf hrrth by
ALL STEAMSHIP LINE
A l l.m tk'. I'aeinc, t'oiiKtul).e, nnil .
ALL WINTER CRUISES '
West Isi.lt. . I'aninii (imal the Orient, elc
TICKUTS AND PULLMAN BERTHS
By Principal Trunk Linei
TO ALL POINTS
Trine I Tlcl.eti 1'i.crvwhere,
Write, ( nil or 'I'Lonc
THOS. COOK & SON
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