The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 78, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1915 Page: 1 of 6
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RYAN DAILY EAGLE
VOL. XXX. No. 78
BRYAN TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 1 1915
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TROOPS AND ARTILLERY
Mrt. McManua Wired Thanka to the
Government for Ite Prompt
Action In Matter.
DEATH PDITY FOB
ir.y AsHixl.ilf.l 'rm 1
WaHhliiKtoti. April 1. Dispatches
to the Villa agency here Wednesday
say General Garza at tin- head of the
Mexico City government has paid to
the widow of j(hn U. McManus the
American killed by Zapata trooper
Secretary flryan stated that his ad-
vices nnno'inced the payment of :'0.-
000 gold to Mrs. McManus. Ho also
received a telegram of thanks from
the widow for till Kovernmetifa action.
STJUW OIL CO.
AGAIN CUTS PRICES
Says He Will Not Stand for
Making or "Shoving
try Assoclatf-d I'roM
Kl Paso Tex.. April 1. VilU orders
ho death penalty for all guilty of
uaklng or circulating counterfeit
loney quantities of whl h are reimrt-
d along the border.
This Movement Indicates Turkey Is Apprehcn-
sive of Break With Bulgaria and a Prccau-
tionary Measure Germans Claim to Have
Captured Over 55000 Russians Many Can-
non and Supplies During March England Is
Engaged With the Drink Question and a
Stringent Ruling Is Expected A French
Steamer Was Torpedoed and Sunk Turks
Commit Further Outrages Upon Christians
in Persia-No Move Yet by the Eitcl Ger-
mans Abandon Ossowctz Washington Says
Sinking of Frye Was Not Justified.
We respectfully solicit your account for
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and prompt delivery.
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New York. April 1. The Standard
Oil Company announces a further re-
duction in the prices of refined petro-
leum making rases 10c per gallon
tanks tc. ami standard white T'-c.
VILLA MAY USE
This It Believed to Be Hi Plan
Which Would Be Safer for
V.y Associated Prrjn
Ilrownsvlllo Tex. April 1. If. M.
Rlnehart an American who flew a
Villa aeroplane last night from Key-
nosa to Ijis Kuclas near MatamnroK
today said he believed the Villa forces
were preparing to use four aeroplanes
to drop bombs on the Carranclstns at
Matamoros. This will be less dan-
serous to Hrownsvllle than firing can-
non which Villa offlcers say lias been
delayed by torn up tracks.
IPy Assoelat-d Irri.
Sofia Bulgaria April 1. The con-
centration of Turkish troops and artil- j
lery at Adrianople is interested hr.
as a Turkish precaution In the event
of war with Bulgaria.
RUSSIA LOSES VAST FORCES.
Hy Associated TrrM.
Berlin April 1. (Official.) Durino
March the German Eastern army cap-
tured 55.800 Ruuiin. nln
"d sixty-one machine guns. I
The stuation In the Auoustowo and i
Suwalkl districts is unchanged.
The Russian attempt to cross the'
Rawka river and the Russian attacks I
on Opomo failed.
The French suffered considerable
losses east of Luneville.
There are only artillery engage-
ments in the Vosges.
England Grapples Drink Question.
Py Associated from
London April l.Vur on alcohol.
as the outcome or the labor ftltuatlon
In Knetaml. has definitely taken
precedence over the much talked of
"FITitiR advance of th allies" the
reason being that the problem of
munitions Is more pressing than that
of recruiting. Some drastic measure
Is expected. War Secretary Kitchener
announced that no alcoholic bever-
ages would be permitted In his house-
hold during the war.
and the Kussl.ms defeated the Turks
at Atkutiir In Northwestern Persia.
The Turks lost killed wounded
and prisoners as well as many guns.
Turks Murder Christians.
I!y AHn lntl 1'rem
Tabriz Persia April- l.Prer edln?
thfl Kussi.in o . eupatlon of the Prov-
ince of A.ir!iaijan Persia the Turks
massacred nearly tS'"i Christians
i hopping many to pieces. A genera!
massacre of the ten or fifteen thou-
sand Christians remaining In the T'ru-
niiali distri.t U fe ared unless averted
ry Constantinople order. Verbal
riemnces confirm the massacre of Suu
in this neighborhood and say that
more than I.iVmi die d of disease.
No Move by Eitel.
IHy AfX'latfi1 rrcs
Newport News. Va.. April 1. It
Is learned authoritatively that the
Prim Kite) Pricdrlch will not leav
for several days at least
lEl PLl ADOPTED
i io r i
Failure to Raise the Submarine by
Cables Results in Using
No cotton was received nt the loral
warehouses today on account of the
Inclemency of the weather.
Cottonseed $20 per ton.
flryan spots 8c middling basis.
Carries an insurance policy with us which insures against
fire floods or accident for five years.
The great llrazos floods carried away 167 Free Seweing
Machines which have been replaced by the Free Sewing
Machine Company free of any cost to those who lost them.
The Free is the best machine made; is sold on the best
terms possible and absolutely insured against loss or dam-
age for five long years.
LET YOUR NEXT SEWING MACHINE EE A "FREE."
E. F. PARKS & GO.
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Paris April 1. (Official.) A Strug-
glo Is going on at numerous points
on the Trout. In Southwest Peronne
the French successful- blew up four
Near Herry-au-riac the French de-
stroyed a mine sap while the Germans
were working It. Hie German oh-
servation post disappeared In (ho gap
the explosion caused.
French Steamer Sunk.
By Associated Tress
London. April 1. Tlio Frencli
steamer Kmma was torpedoed Wed-
nesday In the Kngllsh Channel by a
i.ermnn suDmnrine. Nineteen mem-
bers of (bo rrew were drowned only
two being saved.
Russians Defeat Turks.
ITy Associated Tress.l
Tabriz Persia April 1. Hostilities
between the Russians and Turks In
Persia were resumed on March T3
Germans Abandon Ossowetz.
I'etrngrnd April 1. I Semi-official.)
The Germans have definitely aban-
doned the t.ege of Ossowctz.
United States Note to Germany.
IW Associated Press 1
Washington. April 1. The Cnlted
States note to Germany contending
there was no Justific ation for the sink
ing of the American ship Frye was
dispatched to Iterlln today. It does
not deal with the cargo which Secre-
tary of State llryan Is satisfied was
not American owned.
SUES TEXAS PACKERS
Violate Anti-Trust Laws by
Ownership of Gins and
tF!y Associated Tress. )
Austin Tex. April 1. Attorney
General I.ooney today filed suits
against Swift & Company Armour &
Company and Morris & Company al
leging violation of (he Texas anti
trust laws In that they Jointly own
rot ton gins and oil mills In Texas
and the South. The suit claims they
avoid competition In purchasing cot
Honolulu. April 1. As a result of
the Navy Department's authorization
of $20.Oi'O for the work rf raising the
submarine F-l believed tt be water-
'logged on the onan bed Just outside
the harbor entrance officials here
under the leadership of Lieutenant
C. K. Smith submarine flotilla com-
mander have made plans for salvage
operations on a big scale.
All efforts to raise by cables on ob-
ject said by officials to be tho lost
F-4 having failed the pontoon method
will now be used. Six hundred ton
scows will be towed to the spot be-
neath w hic h. In forty five fathoms or
water the submarine Is believed to
be lying. i
After the scows have been weight
ed with water chains hooked to the
F-t will be attached to them. Then
the water will be pumped out of the
srnws and their hulls rising they will
lift the bulk below. The laborious
process will be continued until the J
submarine Is brought to the surface. '
Lieutenant Smith said last night It
probably would be three days before
further attempts to raise the F-t
would be made. Late yesterday it
was stated a light line was hooked on
the submarine and will be maintained
as a guide to the sunken craft.
German vessels warbound In Hono-
lulu harbor have volunteered the loan
of all their salvage apparatus.
A huge diving tube which engineers
have been constructing w;is complet-
ed Wednesday night. It was sub-
merged thirty-five feet and was left
In the harbor until this morning to
test Its Rtabllity.
The city has been scoured to obtain
TOO feet of reinforced hose to be used
for nlr tubes.
Twenty-one coffins hnve been
llvered at the navy dock for the
fated crew of the F-4.
We arc never out of
good heavy car corn.
See us when in
rar STICKS FOR
Saya New House Will Fight Any
Measure That Doea Not Provide
for Special Uo:.."
By Associated Press.)
Washington April 1. Representa-
tive Robert L. Henry of Texas today
announced that he believed a majority
of the new House would fight any
rural credit plan that did not pro-
vide for government loans to farmers
separate from the Federal reserve
ii'lo Maize and Mine
Is saving big money on feed bills to nil who are using it.
If you are not using It ask some one who Is and ring
YOUNG MAN DIES OF WOUND.
Jesse Plaster of Bedias Succumbs to
Hedlaa Tex.. April 1. Jesse Pins-
tor the young man who was accident
ally shot Monday died after an opera
tion had been performed. H leaves a
mother a half-brother and stepfather.
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 78, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1915, newspaper, April 1, 1915; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325014/m1/1/: accessed September 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .