The Orange Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 645, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 20, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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IY, JULY 20, 1915.
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TURKS STUBBORNLY RESIST ALLIES
SLAVS FQRCED BACK
Mo t Stupendous Campaign
Since Days Of Alex-
Berlin, July 20.—The great thou-
sand mile drive tt> squeeze the Rus
sians out of Warsaw is moving for.
w£rd with amazing speed; General
GallwitzjS German army has forced
the Russians bo retreatacross Narew
at several points. He took up his pOr
sition less than forty miles from
Warsaw. The Slavs everywhere fr6m
the Riga region to Bukowina are in
retreat. Mackenaen and Von Hind-
enburgr both have taken many prison-
ers. Von Bulow has taken Tukum
and Wiredau. . . .
Petrograd. July 20.—The war office
frankly admits that the Kaiser's arm-
ies are heavily pressing the Slavs and
have forced -the latter from their po-
kjr-'fta dozen points., bat ft
The forces of the allies are having a hard t,lme In the Oalllpoll peninsula,
for the Turks, under the tutelage of Germaus, are resisting stoutly In the
Illustration, below, is seen a train of Turkish artillery on Its way 'to tbe
heights: and. above, Djamai Pasha, commander of tbe Turkish forces on tbe
peninsula, and bis staff.
HARRO IIP INTEPPilAQTAI ^ks .have been Paintcl|l wooden
UflnuUUr 111 I LÍIuUHÜ I ML ?ears have bcen !-wt*ile.4 in place o(
('ron ones, and work has begri done
Irene Carries Barge With Four Hun. '°n ¿'jfc'L} to^míhe^íL'híí
dred Sacks of Peed to Rice a.mine thé boa1.
ews. * i;:
Farm. .River News.
Her* the TTUSUW III IflUflMMNI
themselveji against '<■ furious attacks'
•and hurling the «afmy back with
. losses. Tukum, Purely and Kraeno-
t«f are arntítig the places the Ger-
German Campaign Stupendous
London, July 20.—Germany's plans
call not only for Warsaw's capture
hut for Enveloping the grand duke's
army. Military men call it the most
stupendous campaign since ,the days
of Aléxander the Great. The Ger.
man daring amazes the expérts. The
Teutons are trying simul aneous.
. drives against Rifea anil Warsaw and
are trying to force a general Rus-
sian retreat eastward toward Brest-
litovck in order to free -vast armies
for the English force's attacks.
Circumstanial reports say that
twelve British aviators a few days
ago attacked and destroyed three
German taubes off the Thames'
mouth" Two crashed down, one of
them Ki flames. The third was found
at sea with the avia'Or strapped to
his machine and bullets in his head.
e issuance of papers, ■ and
tors expect to be ready for
within a féyv dayp.
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JPHHM L,—„ WltH'' ^
Canal today, the barge Nicholaus boat, Joe's Home, carried a party of
with four hundred sacks of feed froml!'*teen the lake last evening
the'Orange Rice Milling Co. being,danci"l< an< bath.
. V r . <ng enjoyed, and a very pleasant even-
towed by the Irene to the farms of ¡ng spent.
the Calcasieu Land Co. on the Vin '
ton drainage canal.
■ Though this <¥>rgo
will go only
A jolly party going down on the
launch J. D. on a bathing «xped'tion
h.lf *. length |;X„[
is nevertheless another jtem added to Belle and Eula Litchfield, Mrs. T. P.
the total of tonnage passing thrbugh , Childers, W. L, Joiner, Carl Co le,
Customs Official# wwsrr
On Th* IOr-
king on it. It
n avoidance of
firm and final is
characterization 0f t
The cabinet is now w
emphasizes the Ger
the United Statek' humanitarian ap-
peal, it is said.
The cabinet -debat
note for over two h
i. A policy to-
red one of
e only absen
ward Germany wag
the mpst momentous
tee. The president
serious expression 1m
One of tbe many bulldh i
that did more tfian a mllll<;i ' t. t
t'.'c Curious wind and rain storm
S«? iid killed about thirty persons
áted the situ.
rites that he
in his state-
ent also is
165 BALLOTS CAST BE-
•" o# N
General Feeling Of Confi-
dence That All Of
1 i %
heard shells wbllc he
room, and assumed 1
fired them. The
activé off 'the Mi
they are not much
M illedgcville, July ,20.—Leo PrSftk
v/as muíh better earlji. today and 'he
doctors said he - bad ' an excellent
chance to recover, but this afternoon
■French Airmen Busy.
Paris, July 20.—Six French aero-
planes bombed Colmar, a fortified
German Alsatian town, also the Chal-
lerange railway junction. Much dam-
age is believed to have been done.
The French wanted to wreck the sta-
tions to prevent the Germans from
Miners' Strike flettled.
Cardiff, July 20.—The leaders an-
nounced after conferring with Lloyd-
George that the big coil strike is set-
tled. They would not tcU the terms
but indica ed that the£ are ouch thtf-
the miners' conference will afi<!tQi
Columbus Fighting SmokeNuisance.
Columbus, O., July(20.—Education,
pcrsausion and finally compulsion are
the methods being used by the Co.
lumbus smoke inspection department
to abate the smoke and soót nuisance.
The department is teaching factory
managers who permit their smoke-
stacks to fill the air with tons o< iin-
consumdil fuel, that they are wastinp
money, that proper appliances knd fir-
ing Will cut down théir fuel hill and
keep the surrounding air pure, and
that obstinacy in compliance with
suowestions will be met wijh com-
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Half Jitney 8«rvice.
' , Bowling Green. O.. Julv 20.—This
city now boasts . of a "half jitney
For 2 1-2 cents the local street
railway carries .passengers'between
the high school building and recentlv
faupfeted buildings of the s ate nnr-
fai schoo' '
waterway. Considerable traffic (Edgar Jett and Wiley Culpepper." The Doctors Still Hopeful of Frank's Re-
through the canal has resulted from j,partv sports a most enjoyable irne covery. However.
the establishment of rice farms on Social Meeting
the Vinton canal, which branches out1 It is announced tha instead of
■from the Intercoastal about twelve meeting at the church as hn l , been
miles from the Sabine river entrance, planned, thére *ill be a social meet
A movement is said to be
to deepen this branch canal,
at low water has a depth , ,
three feet. A Ged citizen who was r 'our SIK p- m'
in the city yesterday is of ,the opinion ! . _
hat the money can be raised by pri- E™PÍ°y Leisure Time Experts.
vate subscription. Should this be' Madison, Wis., July 2, —Wiscon-
done, it is very probable that addi- sin has come to bat with another
tfonal traffic between Orange and idea. This time it is a solution of
.the oil fields, as well as wifli rice
on foot of the Woman's Missionary So- j infection set in serioutly and his tcm-
l whirl, ciety of the Methodist church at the perature is higher. Tne doctors Say
of onlv b(;,me Mrs O- Ncff Thursday ¡ he is still hopeful-though.
^ frnm fnnc >a #tlw '** m ■ - • - - **■
, . . -. . . the leisure timé problem along some-
farms along the canal, would be de- . A,a . • *
veloped. , what different lines than those fol-
lowed, elsewhere. It is the belief in
Daily River Newt. 1 several Wisconsin cities that syste.
The Bob Goree towed a barge to matic employment of leisure time by
ÍSU'®(^^S3SS? **•>, *>"
ernJ' Drólging Co., to be used in con! women- doe" not come through fcrec-
nection with work on otic* of their tíon of buirdlngs and purchase of
equipment. It is rather through lead-
ership than otherwise.
for Export to
Acting on this theory Ñeemah, P.d-!tween twenty and
■MpiRPIiPBi^SSPIPHP ■ .
gerton, Stoughtoh and several other far ' worth of
dredges -at this point.
The Powhatan carried ^he barge
Carl, loaCUed with lumbefc by the
Lutcher:j5f Moor? Lumbei- Co., to
Sabine jSI|ye t<í.rday, ~ !—
night wifh the empty I
and Stt t: She wllf Ifávfc HI JB M.
noon with the bargeg Mexico and íes. Paul H. Coon, formerjy of
• a í ' . a — ' i «i rr r\ nn>1 llaliaiiinli*
Washington, July 20.—Villa' fly
ing squadron of cjtyjúry *has taken
Quéretaro, says slate department ad-
vices. Naco was cfcf ured by tw<vj
hundred Carranstistas, Villa has no
communication south of Zacatecas
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places have employed community
Panama, carrying lumber to Port Ar.; cago, and GenevieVji jDemming,
thur for loading • on
jhti «rrivetf _
The Nioka left port this' morning
for Johnson's Bayoü, towifi* a barge
load of posts, shipped by H.^M. Wat-
■son.' .1 -r
The Eva came up from Johnsqn's
Bayou yesterday on her regular rip.
bringing a cargo of melons and other
produce. She left on schedule time
this morning, with passengers, mail
and miscellaneous cargo.
The Donian was hauled out on the
ways this morning at the Weaver
ship yard to have her propellor shaft
straightened artd for other minor r -
Considerable work has been, dorfe
on the stern wheel river boat'Lucy,
and shjuis rapidly being *o ten' in
j shape wr service. Her^sidcs and
of the University óf Wisconsin gym
nasium, h'ivé been engaged to or.
ganize and systematize recreation and
games of all sorts and for all áges
in Neemah. In Stoughton nearly ISO
young men and boys have agreed to
pay $1 each provided the school
board appropriates a similar amount
for salary"i>f a town recreation man-
ager: W. B. Frewnan, ex-college
football, jpseball and wfestliAg star,
has been offered the position. Boys
of Edgerton have organized also, to
eniply a recreatitj^Mmager.
Province Seeks to Oust Saloons.
. Edmonton, Alta., July 21 —Follow,
ing a warmly fought campaign, in
which several speakers from outside
the province wer
vince of Alberta is holdin
ts that he
;ty million dol-
'nd silver bars
uz for ekpórt
ovlnce were scheduled, the
province of Alberta is holding a
hlWtlon plebiscite today. The
that Canada is at war. has been ar- Immigrant will
of the Ren
ard Oil Co.'s
men are On
TJVat's the _
After ihe w.ar
Big" Strike^ On.
Conn. July 20.—Six
hfnists atld brick layers
Arms plant struck
a. to voters to oust
- ¡ timated total
. the million i
at the Stand-
mark will be
do it, hr says,
ndous inflti* of
the present cs-
ding to Lcobl.
(By Fred P,
San Francisco. ,vii . 20.—¡;
the place to meei iitu pected peopit
—and sometimes "in most unexpected
places. With the Panama Pacific
every section of the
/ The People
When within about ten feet of
i vi he-, both stopped short. Both
u > their-hands, and exclaimed
as w ili tine voice:
"Wo'l, I'M he damrted!"
Máyi r someone jumped at .this ex-
vlsitori from ' pression of fay and surprise, but no-
country, im- 1,0<|y o1' !',c ^rowded_corner noticed
promptu reunions of old friends who
havo iKit seen each ot])er In years ire
constantly in progress. The meeting
may be on a street corner, on one of
the broad avenue of the exposition
grounds or most anywhere crowds
are lieing attracted hy San Francis-
co's big show.
Wander through the Food Pro-
duct's Building and you niky be sur-
prised to see the pastor of your vil-
lage church going1 full steam ahead
oward a liooth where lome of Cali-
fornia's wines are passed forth. He
may be spending a little more time
than might be considered absolutely
necessary inspecting an apricot brjln-
dy. You never can tell. And there
have been cases where home bodied
souls have sneaked into the Turkish
theatre while under the «p'éll of *00-
la-la" music, only to perk up and de-
cide they were no. • so sinful after
all, when the deacon from home was
spotted right down in the frorit row.'
MORE nn ¿J3MVX 2....„ Jiore
CounJess' visitors''nfei^po^ring Into
San Francisco. The carnival spirit 1
food i Jbeing everlastingly stirred ,en th#
Zone,(the Exposition's mile" of amusc-
iry fíktNítrithn tourist Is
_ g .plenty of money to thrÓK*
imsclf to one^good time, far from
home. Under these conditions, most
anything can happen in San Fran.
Ciscó now. And-rJerk it from us—it
does', ' '
The down-town,'-''first-aid" parlors
for re-united friénds ar& doing a land-
office business, Elevating tTfife foot
tl-ein if'they lid. The four words
these two men let out of their sys-
tems couM peí heard a quarter of a
block above the noises of the street.
They clasped hands. There were
resounding smacks on the back and
the crowd heilhated Jor a moment to
look on and snlile. Everybody seem-
ed sort of glad that'both fellows had
seen the other fellow he had .not seen
for so long;
¡ Here the transplanted Westerner
drop# Ills airs of the effete East. The
transplanted Northerner picks -up
those "R's" he lost somewhere wh n
he moved" south. Ar.-t, the big-'heart.
ed, hospi able Golden West takes
them all in as. ;hey meet "home
folks" again for the first time in
yeKri, way out heF6~S.t the western
gateway of the nation.
and crooking the elbow wis never a
lo|l' art in San Francisco under nor-
nyll conditions, and everything goes
now if you are an Exposition vlsi'or."
Anyhow some of these rcunióng arc
very touching "a.ntd- must be followed
bv some liquid expression of-the tie
' Only the other day two men
were approaching the corner,of Pow-
ell and Geary streets from opposite
directions. Not just tyvo men,, as
¿here .were o herg on the street, but
-iwo particular men. Subsequent de-
velopments made it evident fnat nei
thjgr of the two knew the other t#as
3,000 mBes of that particular
Texans Celebrate at Frisco.
San Francisco) July 20.—Women
are playing a prominent role in the
Tpxas Day celebration at the Expo,
«jtion. They are responsible for the
Texas building's construction;-'"" ■■■■-,.C~>*
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Horse Traveled 31,300 Mile ,
BíMcfjjjitaine. Q., July 20—"Bpb,':
a borsc driven Uy N. C. 0<lcr for ten
■ears with av"oake¿ - wagdfc,^ has
..-lissed orfly wc days on . his trips.,
He- has traveled more thah V.300
mile*, delivering more than 145,300
loaves of bread and millions of cook-
With 16S votes cast in the bond
¿lection before two o'.clock, and vo-
coming in at the rate of 2S or 30
an hour, the prospects are for a vote
of at least 300, and many think that
350 to 375 ballots will be cast on the
issue. There had been jtist two iriore
votes in the election for the two com-
missioners, both of whom are run-
ning without opposition, than in the
■bond election at two o'clock..
All of the sawmills are closing down
at three o'clock this afternoon to
enable their employees to -vo'e, and
there will he a steady stream of vo-
ters coming to the polls until ne%r
closing time, six o'clock.
There is a general feeling
fidénce through the city that
of the 'bond issues w:
vs tan tial'majorities. There
difference of opinion as to which of
the issues will lead in the voting;
while many Stick to the opinion that
has generally prevailed, that the
dOcks and wharves will lead the tick-
et, several prominent politicians have
expressed - the belief today tb t the
school bonds will have the greatest
It is stated today on good author-
ity, that while majority votes only
are necessary-to carry the school atfd
dock issues, that a two.thirds major-
ity is required to carry the. issue for
¡street improvement. This comes in
under the requirements of the state
constitution that bond issues for o'fc-
er than peramnent improvements
must have a two-thirds majority to
validate them, and jt is stated that
street building is not deemed a per*'
manent improvement under the law.
Judge J. j. Ball, this morning ex-
pressed the opinion that all Of the
issues would carry, by at least two to
one, and said that he believed the
school and dock issues would win, by
three to one.
Famous .Rod^tejf Dead.
Cleveland, O., July 2 —The world's
only honored rooster is dead. ■<
Dick, the door-chick of Brookside
zoo has been killed—and eaten just
like a regular fowl. « ■$. -
The H.umanc Society did it. The
Society discovered "Dick's "antlers"
were the prongs of a duck's wishbpne
grafted into his comb.
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' Frontier Festivities. „. _
Cheyenne, Wyo., July 2. —"Fron-
tier Days," the annuaf spectacle of
the rapidly dwindling old-timb bron-
cho buster -and dyed-in.the-wool wild
west days, began here today with the
city crowded with visitors. The fes-
tivities close Saturday night, *
■ym ' Rally Big Success.
Attended by large and enthusiastic
crowds, the closing rally of'the bond
canjpaign last night wa¿ a complete
success from the moment that the
parade moyed off down Green vave-
nue, until "Dixie," played by the
band following the last speech on
the program, livened the footsteps of
the departing audience.
The parade was in charge of th
fl# g squadron of the campaii
cS'rtirnittee, ot, which W. B. Sim in
Jr„ was chairman, John Tracy, G«o.
Foremín, .Jt. and H. L. Cohenour be."
ing tfic other nr.iinbers. The Orange
Concert Bind, in uniiorjti, led the,
á númMr O?üeti _r
with banners and ■ torches, *hd several
automobiles brought up the /ear rank.
The meeting was in charge of R.
B. Goree, general campaign chair-
man, who briefly explained its pur-*
pose and told his audience the tfrear.
importance of th^. issues that are be-
ing idecidcd at the ballOt box today.-
He then introduce^. Li Miller, who
addressed the gathering in his inmit-
able style. «fr *
Mr. Miller, said that he is generally
credited wi'h ha-virig a>r"motive"
whenever he advocates any measurer
and admitted that possibly this was
frequently true; he illustrated his
meaning very forcibly, then brirfging
out the point that in his advocacy of
the bond issues, his only motive is a
desire to see Orange grow and pro-
gress as she should. *
He spoke in favor of the issue for.
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The Orange Daily Leader. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 645, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 20, 1915, newspaper, July 20, 1915; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183110/m1/1/: accessed December 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.