The New York Times:
A band of Texas cowboys left for Buenos Ayres on November 6 (1905).
There is not a man in Jowell's band who is not a celebrity.
The cowmen, wearing sombreros with crowns a foot high and brims
three feet across attracted much attention on Broadway.
Several West Texas cowboys, including the famous Negro bull-dogger Will Pickett met Butch, Sundance and Etta in Argentina. True story. The cattle-dealing venture does not work out and the cowboys leave in a hurry on the first ship out. The SS Pennsylvania is carrying explosives heading for San Francisco. The cowboys save the ship!