The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 106, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 4, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL XXX. No. 106.
BRYAN TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 4 1915.
PRICE: 14X0 Pr Yur
THE RUSSIAN DEFEA T WAS CRUSHING
sum 4 1 r.
Pure Ground Spices
Cream of Tartar
SOLD ERS AND GANNON
FELL IN fi
4 cans No. 2 Stan-
dard Sweet Corn
General Pascual Oroico Believed
Be at the Head Heavy
By Associated Press.)
El Paso Tex. May 4. General
Pascual Orozco I ant nlssht disappear-
ed from the American border near
Fattens Texas and In bollevitd to
have crossed Into Mexico. Heavy fir-
ing wag heard laBt night for three
hour on the Mexican aide opposite
Fabens. It la reported It was due to
a counter revolution of some aort.
Official Report Shows Russians Lost 21500 Pris-
oners 16 Gannons and 17 Machine Guns.
Austrians in Terrible Assault Captured 21
Miles of Uussian FrontIt is Reported
Smyrna May be Surrendered to the Allies
Italy May Again Postpone Her War Dcclar
tion Relieved new Rase for Negotiations
With Austria has Been Offered German
Submarine Sank Another British Steamer
Grey Denis Agreement With United States
as to Demands of Japan Germany Claims
Great Victories in Belgium.
While everybody Is figuring
on the best way of reducing
the cost of living we are do-
ing our share to bring about
an Improved condition by of-
fering table necessities
AT LESS THAN USUAL
Taking advantage of every
trade condition and buying
In large quantities enablea us
to give you the benefit of
Thone 54 ' Phone 78
CO TO C I A
Toklo Paper Declared Such Action
Waa Contemplated Because
m unn irn iKifc
(Br Associated Press )
Mobile Ala.. May 4 Jesse Hatch.
nesro. accused of attacking a white
woman was lynched yesterday near
Let ls Repair Your
It la our business to feed people
and we ran help you with sug-
gestions from our la rue and as
sorted lines of
You probably have heard of our
superior staple line
COOPER & GOLE
Phones 32 and 386
By Associated Pre.)
Washington May 4. The Federal
Reserve Board will grant the petition
of Southern Oklahoma banks to be
put Into the Kansas City dUtrlct.
I By Associated Press 1
Austin Tex.. May 4. The House
Indeflnitely postponed the Levelling
woman suffrage resolution by a vote
of S to 13.
SPANISH PEANUTS. WHIP-
POORW1LL CLAY AND NEW
We Still Ca-ry a Pull Assort-
i ' h m
" Phone 37 1
By Associated Press.)
Vienna May 4. The German offi-
cial statement glvei the resulta of
the first day of the great victory In
Western Calicla over the Russians as
j 21500 prisoners sixteen cannon and
forty-seven machine "guns.
Thle battle began Sunday morning.
The Austrians stormed the Russian
entrenched front along the Biala
twenty-four miles long at one assault
and captured this entire line.
MAY SURRENDER SMYRNA.
By Associated Press 1
London May 4. An Exchange
Telegraph Company dispatch from
Athera says the Vali of Smyrna has
begun first negotiations with the al-
lies for the aurrender of the town.
Italy Again Postpones.
By Associated Press
Rome May 4. The decision of the
i Italian King and most of the ministry
not to participate In the ceremony of
unveiling the Garibaldi monument is
regarded here as indicating that Ital-
ian participation in the war is again
postponed. The presence of the King
at the unveiling had rome to be re-
garded as equivalent to a declaration
of war. The decision not to attend
followed a Cabinet meeting yester-
day. It was announced the King
could not leave the capital on account
of the International sltaatinn. V.ie
abandonment of the King's plan to
attend the unyelllrg believed to be
the result of the (Senium Ambassa-
dor's visit to the Italian Foreign Min-
ister Sunday night. It is believed the
German Ambassador has offered a
new basis for continuing the nego-
tiations with Austria.
No snort led handt Inn scrubbing
floors. Run nop ou knot turn..
Isn't ezpensive it lasts longer and always
It Is made of tatted materials and every
Inch it inspected before it leaves tht factory.
The new pattemt are distinctly "different"-
tumble lor any room in (he house.
See tht samples toon. Lighten tht laboi
E. Fo Parks & Co
Another Steamer Swatted.
By Associated Press )
London May 4. A German aubma-
rlne yesterday torpedoed the Rrltlsh
steamer Mlnterne off Scllly Islands.
The force of the explosion hurled the
engineer through an aperture made
;n the ship's deck. He was not killed
but two firemen were killed outright.
8myrna Again Bombarded.
By Associated Press )
Athens. May 4. It Is reported the
allies have resumed the bombardment
of Smyrna and also have landed
troons thirty-five miles south of
Smyrna at the site of the ancient city
of-Ephesus. Lively bombardment of
the Dardanelles continues.
Grey Makea Denial.
Py A'S'Via'ed Pre )
l-ondon. May 4 Sir Edward Grey
today announced in the lloue of
Commons that the I'nited States and
England have not entered formal
negotiations about Japan's demands
David Lloyd-George Chancellor of
the Exchequer estimated that the
war would cost England alone five
and a half billions If it lasted the full
Rerlln. May 4. The war headquar-
ters announces the Germans yester-
dav had great success In Belgium and
this morning the Germans raptured
I the Belgian towns of Zevocote ?.on-
I nebke and Vethok and two forests
which had been contested for months.
All the nttac'.s were northeast of
In the raid Into the Russian Baltic
Provinces the prisoners captured In-
creased to a total of 4000.
The Russians were defeated In an
engagement neaa Augustowo.
Basel Switzerland May 4. The
French artillery have heavily bom-
' barded the fortifications in I'pper Al
sace. The resu'ts are unknown.
By Associated Press.)
Toklo. May 4. The JIJI Shlmpe. a
.la; anese newspaper of good standing;
issued an extra edition Monday af-
ternoon in which It made the state-
ment that Japan would send an ulti-
matum to China the Chinese reply to
the latest Japanese communication
regarding the l?m:.nds of the Toklo
government t?!ng considered unsat-
isfactory. The Japanese Cabinet was In ses-
sion for six hours Monday. A tele-
gram was sent to M. Hiokl the Japa-
nese Minister at Pekln.
The Ihara News Agency said the
Emperor might issue an important
order In a few days.
Will Send Ultimatum.
By Associated Press.)
Toklo. May 4. The newspaper Yo-
muri declares the Elder Statesmen
have decided to send an ultimatum to
China. This paper suggests that
President Yuan Shi Kal of China
ants this ultimatum In order to
Justify his eventual acceptance of
Japan's proposals. '
ders have been Issued for all section
crews to take on additional men.
The Chicago & Eastern Illinois
maintains Its C'hicago-St. Louis line
in the best condition to accommodate
the heavy traffic between these
cities and to enable the St. Louis
Mail one of the fastest train's in op-
eration to maintain its seven and
one-half hour schedule.
The Pennsylvania Company tbla
week Installed twenty specimens of
new steel cross ties the Invention of
H. J. Buell of Pittsburg. The tlca
were placed under the tracks near
Beaver avenue. Pittsburg where they
will be subjected to the heavy freight
traffic for several months. The in-
vention Is covered by fourteen pat-
ents in the United States and Canada
and is designed to utilize discarded
wooden ties as well as short lengths
of timbers by clamp'ng the frames be-
tween steel plates. Owing to the
scarcity of lumber several Wester
railroads have found it impossible to
obtain low cost wooden ties of stand-
ard length and Buell claims to nave
overcome thU difficulty by using odd
timbers from the sawmills. His tie
have been under the tracks of the
Canailan Pacific Railway for three
During 1914 the railroad companies
of the I'nited Kingdom employed 61.V
f'85 persons weekly.
The Panama Railroad at an ex-
pense' of about .4.-.0.000. has put its
telegraph telephone and signal wires
underground throughout the length
of the road (forty-seven miles). A
vitrified clay duct was laid for the
The Canadian Pacific proposes to
discontinue the use of its Broad street
station at Ottawa for passenger busi-
ness and to run all trains to and from
the central station of the Grand
Trunk. It Is understood that arrange-
ments are nearly or quite completed
and that the change will be made
about June 1. Counting trains in and
out there will be about thirty-four
Canadian Pacific trains daily. Trains
of the Canadian Northern already use
the central station.
The Chicago & Eastern Illinois'
spring and summer maintenance pro-
gram Includes extensive Improve-
ments on the St. Louis line between
Woodlawr. and Villa Grove. Fifteen
thousand tons of rails rock ballast
and new ties are being laid and em-
ployment is being furnished to thou-
sands of men not only In Chicago
but elsewhere on the system as or-
WH AT MOTHERS
SHOULD DO IN MAY
In the "better babies" department
of tho May Woman's Home Compan
ion ap.iears the Mothers' Calendar for
May. May is housedeaning month
and following are extracts from the
advice g ven:
"Make housedeaning count for
"Danger lurks In drains damp and
"Have your plumbing overhauled f
A leaking drain pipe may ooze typhoid
"If spring rains have seeped Into
your cellar use chloride of lime free-
ly whitewash the walls and. if pos-
sible have a cement floor laid.
"Avoid dry sweeping and dusting.
Be sure to dampen broom brush and
Don't let the Mosquitoes get
the start on you cut your
weeds. We have the
HOES AND RAKES
By Associated Press.)
Dallas Tex. May 4. Former Po-
liceman S. A. Trammell was acquitted
here today of the murder of Police- j
man Jesse Wright here last July. His
defense was that Wright made a hie
poc ket move.
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Let us sell you a can of Dr. Hess' Fly Chaser and Sprayer.
Guaranteed not to gum the hair and drive away flies and mosquitoes.
UNCLE SAM SHOE SHOP
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Whole soles and heels $1.50; half soles. 75c; Ladles' halt soles. 60c;
Cat's Paw rubber heels 60c. Daly Block.
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 106, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 4, 1915, newspaper, May 4, 1915; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325042/m1/1/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .