The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 230, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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OTE MYAK DAILY !
VOL XXX. No. 230.
BRYAN. TEXAS THURSDAY SSPTEMSER 23 1915
From eight to nine o'clock every morning we will tell the
school children nice sandwiches at fire cents an apple and
orange for fire cents or a bunch of grapea for five ceuts.
We also have a complete lunch consisting of sandwiches
and fruit for fifteen cents.
Let the children come by on their way to school and you
will save both time and trouble.
ED OB IE
STILL IT I'O
Plan to Blow Up Powder Works
Fruetrstsd Was Making
omba for Allies.
(By Associate PrmJ
Gary Ind.. 8ept. 2J. The pollco eay
they frustrated a plot to blow up the
Aetna Powder Works near hero. One
arrest waa made. Tho polios bar af-
fldavlta that the man arrested hsd
made plana to blow up the plant be-
cause It mads bombs for the allies.
m J. FORD
was m ill
Csvsmer Went From Austin to Salads
by Automoblls to Hsr
(Rr Aseortst.4 Prws.1
Austin. Tex Sept 23. Governor
Ferguson yesterdsy left hurriedly by
sutomobllo for Salado to visit tho bed-
side of his mother who was taken
iUv'lenljr snd serlouly III yesterday.
No word was received todsy aa to
the condition of the patient
PesslmUt -. One who divides his
time between wsntlng what he doesn't
ret end petting what be doesn't want.
Took Ride In One But Not Under
Water la Perfecting Cssollns
(By AMoeUted Prees
New York. Sept. 23. Henry J. Ford
the iMrolt manufacturer. Is here to-
lsy to makn a trip In a suhmsrlne
Mr. Ford said he did not Intend being
submersed. He Is perfecting a gaso-
line motor for submarines.
For your table rickles.
Ketchup Sauces and all
other spicy things that go
to add to the pleasantness
of your meaL
Thone Us Your Orders
COOPER & COLE
Phones li and til
arc guaranteed to do the
Dvinsk fs Last Fortified Russian City in That
rart of Country It Is Announced Russian
Army Escaped in the Retreat From Vilna.
They Lost Two Thousand Prisoners and
Eight Machine Guns on Dvina Front Bul-
garians Are Still Mobilizing but Their Pur-
pose Has Not Been Made Known Snow Re-
tards Operations in Italy's Mountains Ger-
many Sends New Note On Frye Case and
Agrees to Arbitrate as to Amount of Indem
nityBig Loan to be Cut to Half Billion.
Piece of French Shell Struck American Con-
sulate at Stuttgart.
UU17' A .T- 1
TAK3 rcrr hrt r:-l3
grocery 13 Un. lZzzz
kec-cr tls era tirt jm
ptll at ts t-.zr tt:r
and ez:zn li xx
week's itiicct it C.lj
star asi let tie utItj
the CTTereace ia Cj
cost cf Krlas fca yczr
guiis fcr future inVrz-
(By Assisted Trees 1
London. Sept 23. -The strongly
fortified Russlsn city of Dvinsk has
become the objective of a new Ger
The Russian armies have escapsd
from Vilna the Germans' chief suo-
cssssa being on the Ovlna front tak-
Ing 2000 prisonsrs and sight machine
The mobiliistlon of Bulgarian
forces continues to escite kssn Inter-
est but ths world generally ia In the
dark aa to her purpoae.
Early snows In the Itslisn moun
tains are rendering operations diffi
German Note on Frye Case.
IR Auacleted Prses.l
Washington. Sept. 23. Germany's
Istest note on the Frye case wss made
public today. It notified the United
States that orders had been Issued
to the Germsn naval forces not to de
trov Amerlcsn merchsntmen los-ld
with conditional contraband when the
conditions of Internstlonal law were
present but to permit the continuing
of the voysse unhindered If tmposst-
ble to take them to port. In explana
tion. Germany ssys It rvntsm-s me
American government evidence of the
country's conciliatory attitude. The
American augftestlon naming experts
to Hi the Indemnity for sinking the
..in d iv.. w. rnted. Al to
vt iiuaiu r. r j -
300 lbS. milk per hour.... $30.00 absolute contraband. Germany re-
serves the right of destruction when
4 SO lbs. milk per hour. . . .$42.60 permissible.
titnd since the big war loan waa pro-
posit In the United States bankers
are low skeptical about raising more
thai half a billion the visiting finan-
cier! hope the loan will be floated by
Sata-day night Russia may also par
UdQte In the loan.
Russian Gooda May Come.
(Br Associated trees 1
Wsshlngton Sept 23. The formal
agreement llrt'ng the Russian em
bargo from exports to the United
States was signed todsy. Russian
goods will be allowed to come to the
United States under a promise that
they are not to go to her enemies.'
American Conaulate Struck
f By Asaortsted Prees 1
Washington. Sept. 23. The Ameri-
can conaulate at Stuttgart was struck
by a fragment of a bomb during a
recent air raid by Frenchmen accord-
ing to a tnesssge todsy from Consul
Hlggtns. No one waa hurt but the
message did not say whether th
consulate was damaged.
Violent Artlllsry Fire.
By Associated Frew.)
Paris. Sept 2J. The violent artil-
lery Are which atl the allies have kept
up for three weeka raged today with
unabated fury according to the War
Office atatement today.
LET US FILL YOUR NEXT ORDER
A Few Specialties
White Crest Flour
Vegetables Every Day
Poultry and Eggs
17. 5. WILSON JR.
Patriotic Pamphlets Are Showered on
People. Tolling Them Truth
About Military Operations.
Sold and Guaranteed by
PARKER-ASTIN HDW. CO.
Will Cut Big Loan.
(By Associated Preea.1
New York. 8ept. 23 For the first
uuui uui wi
Wc Must Close Out Our Storm Damaged and Second-Hand
If you can use any of this Furniture at bargain prices you w ill
be pretty apt to find what you need here. We also have quantities
of matting to close out 25c 30c and 35c grade close out prices are
15c to 20c a yard.
(By Associated Frees
Houston Tex. Sept. 23. Corapsnles
K and M of the Twenty-sixth Infantry
have begun the erection of barracks
at Klngsvllle with the apparent Inten
tion of remaining all winter. Klngs
vllle may be made a subpost.
BRYAN COTTON EXCHANGE.
Msrch 11.95 1198
October 11.07 11.08
December 11.50 11.41
January 11.65 11.64
March 11.95 11.86
The officials of the Bryan Central
Texaa InterusJaeprirt that up to
date the Interurban has brought 1.642
bales of cotton to Bryan from the
plantations and glna along the line
since the cotton season opeted.
(By AseeeUtsd Prasa
Milam. Sept 23. A Vlnrensea dis
patch to the Corriere delta Sera ssys:
On the National fete day (the an
niversary of the occupation of Rome
by Italian troops) Gabrlele d'Annunilo
flew over Trent in an aeroplane and
dropped little bsgs made In ths Italian
colors and containing a tnesssge writ
ten by the poet In patriotic style tell
ing the truth about military operations
and exhorting the pecole to etbn.lt
patiently the arrival cf the nrmy of
freedom. The message wss dated
from the sky of the fatherland. Sep
tember 20. "
An Austrian official statement said:
"A hostile aeroplane threw upon
Trent some very Ingenlua psmphlets
by Lieutenant Gabriel d'Annunilo
urn run nLLUiuL
ALL OLD RECORDS
Foreign Trade of United Statee Waa
Heavy First Ysar of War.
Ovsr Three Billion.
1ST AssHt Frsse.1
Waehlngton. Sept 23. Consul Ca-
rothera reports thst he Is making an
effort to gain the release of Fuller
and McCabe. the Americana kidnaped
Chihuahua reports aay General
Villa's retirement to the north waa In
Enrique Allorente. Villa agent filed
a decaratllon with the conferees that
obligations for Mexico undertaken by
General Carranta lack validity.
A late measage from El Paso said
McCabe had been released and aent
to El Taao to return with 12.004 gold
aa a ransom for Fuller. McCabe Is
now la El Taso with Mrs. Fuller.
(By Associated Preaa.1
Washington. Sept 23. The foreign
trade of the United Statea broke an
records during the first year of tha
Eurojiean war according to figure
made public Wednesday by the Bu-
reau of Foreign and Domestic Com-
merce covering the period from
August. 1914 to August. 1915.
Statletk-a show" said yesterday's
snnouncement "thst for the first time
In the Nation's history exports ex-
reeded $3.0onotnooo (n vsl'ie for a
twelve-month period. For the twelve
months ending August 31. 1015. ex-
porta from the United 8taten aggre-
gated 83.035.033.280. against 82280.-
185.791 one year ago. Twelve months
Imports of merchsndlse totaled ft.-
669.698.934. compared with 81.906.657.-
515 last year.
"Our International gold movements
dur'ng the firt year since the out-
break of the European war Included
Importa of gold 8244.0o4.0l5 against
f:0.312.228 In a like period one year
ago: exports of gold 897.749.270
against 8153.984.944 a year earlier.
The month of August showed ex
ports valued at 8261.975771. against
8110.367.494 In August 1914 an In
crease of 137 per cent August Im-
ports totaled 8141.729.638 against
8129.767.890 In August 1914. a gala
of 9 per cent Thue. August trade
this year ahowa an export balance of
1120.246.133 aa compared with aa Im-
port balance In August 1914. of lift-400J96."
A NEW WOOD YARD.
I hare opened a wood yard and ran
supply you with any kind of wood.
R. X. Massey. Phone 452.
The ladies of tie Free Baptist
Church will give Ct tdt tomorrow after-
noon at the home oV Mrs. T. A. Cloud
from t to 7 o'clock. Everybody cor-
SCHOOL TIME IS HERE.
LET US HELP YOU WITIH YOUR LUNCHES
Chow Chow Etc.
In Fact Anything for Lunches.
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 230, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1915, newspaper, September 23, 1915; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325156/m1/1/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .