The Daily Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 39, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 30, 1915 Page: 3 of 12
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Government Will Take Steps to Pre-
vent Further Increases in
PARIS Nov. 30. Louis Malry Min-
ister of the Interior speaking of the
outcry of retail provision dealers and
consumers against rising prices of
meats and certain provisions says:
"If the situation is serious it is not
Maiming. I am under the impression
that the measures already taken by
the government and those that will
be taken wil remove all dancer of
front of them hut not a ox for sale.
How Monopolies Are Formed.
other provisions-are merchants in the
y'ono of tho! armies who are making
high profits out of soldiers -and' are
able to Outbid the Paris retail deal
er. A maxiaium tariff for al provis-
ions sold. :t the. front "is a remedy
proposed: by tle prefect - of police;
j finis limiting dealers profits and lire-
venting abnormal prices
Just why this cdnfliet broke out
in the name of camembert does not
appear. . Brie cheese has advanced
quite as much and all other varieties
are from fifty per cent to a hundred
per cent higher. Eggs have also gone
up a hundred per cent selling now at
from 35 to 50 cents u dozen whole-
sale according to r:rade. Butter which
IS HARD TO
. mi . averaged 2'2 Cents a .pound a year ago
further increases and will provoke - u
and egg question developed a violent
incident at the Caen market yester-
day when ' a merchant asking exorbi-
tant prices and replying' insolently to
a customer's complaint suffered the
n'ortificatjon of posing as a target for
his own stock used as projectiles -by
the indignant public.
The introduction of cold storage
A prominent member of the provis-
ion committee of the central markets
sums up the situation this way:
"Paris was spoiled by the astonish-
ingly low cost of living during the
fijfst months of the war. It is char-
acteristic of the Parisian to consider
all benefits once enjoyed as acquired
riehts. On the other hand certain
dealers seem to have been intoxicated beef into lhe raaiet has -failed of .the
by stories of fabulous war profits anticipated effect on prices and the
mado by certain categories of mer- reason eiven is that the stockyards
chants and manufacturers; they don't People at La Villette who look askance
intend to be left out of it if they can at tne imported article have been able
elp It There you have the explana- to brin sufficient pressure to bear
tion of the present conflict between uPn retaiJ dealers to pi event a fa-
the wholesale and retail provision vo-aMc presentation of congealed
dealers and the consumer; the con- teef. It is declared that in some cases
umer wants peace prices and the the imported articjc was 'made up"
dealer wants war profits. Their Is a sO S to Tepel prospective buyers. Gov-
Vnrianco vf Opinion Regurilimr Rat-
iuus of i.leveus and In-
dhiduals. NEW YORK. N'ov SO.Tho close
of- yie eastern football Season finds
a wide varience- of opinion among
close followers of intercollegiate
phvy regarding the final rating of the
leading elevens and the players to be
selected for the mythical.' all-eastern
team. Certain "players such as Bar-
rett of Cornell and Mahan.of Harvard
are unanimous choice but in other po-
sitions a half dozen -candidates are
put forw'ard. all Jiaving excellent
claim for consideration.
Higlwlass backfleKl-material was
IN MEXICO DENIED
Secretary Tumulty Issues Official tfe-
nlal of Charge's Xade Against
WASHINGTON Nov. 30. -The ad-
ministration's reply to those who crit-
icise "the recognition of the Carranza
government in Mexico because of
charges of outrages upon- priests and
nuns of the Catholic church was made
public here last night in a letter by
Secretary Tumulty to Dr. James J.
McQuire of. Trenton N. J. who re-
cently wrote to the White House ask-
ing for an explanation- of what he
'characterized as "widespread criti-
cism." Secretary Tumulty advised Dr. Mc-
Guire that the files of the State De-
portment failed to disclose any offi-
cial record of a single proven case of
outrages upon .nuns and he included
in his letter a statement by the
Catholic vicar general it Mexico City
w'hicn while disclosing the shooting
of priests and imprisonment of others
declared there had been no violations
of nuns in that district
Secretary Tumulty said in all wars
the horrors of the conflict have been
keept alive bythose on the losing
side but that it should be the duty of
alh citizens of both the United States
and Mexico to contribute in every
manner to the early rehabilitation of
the nation so ionc torn bv civil
strife and to avoid keeping open the
"Counsel and sympathy are needful
and Would be merciful now because
they would be of wonderful efficacy j
m uniting the people of Mexico in
the work of reconstruction" wrote
Mr. Tumulty. "Efforts to arouse ran
corous feelings among them will 'have!
effect of opening anew wounds which I
should be healed and of creating an
Open sore to torture that poor people
as long- as their minds are kept in-
flamed against their brethren." .
T!if secretary also called attention
to the recognition of President Juarez
by the Buchanan administration fol-
lowing "the bloodiest of all civil wars
ever waged in Mexico" marked by
"all the bitterness end cruelties of a
Emphasis was laid on the recogni-
tion of Carranza by the Latin Ameri-
can countries' which joined In' the
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Pan American peace conferences. All
abundant as well as heavy powerful j of these Latin American country. Mr.
men for the cgnter of the line Hut Tumulty pointed out. wero CathoMe
happy medium somewhere and the
government will probably find it"
This conflict has made the cheese
pavilion at the Centra! market one of
Jhe liveliest spots in Paris in the
early morning hours. It appears that
certain dealers have been trying to
run .a corner in camembert; the
ernment officials declare 'however
that where the imported meat has
been put on the market properly it
has been an unqualified success. Com-
necnt judges say that for roast and
steaks it is even superior to the fresh
France beef and the expressed de
termination of the authorities is that
there was a scarcity of brilliant ends
For the backfield Barrett of Cornell
is the logical quarterback while Ma
lum of Harvard leads in the race for
There is not the same unanimous
opinion regarding the two halfbacks.
While alt those who have prepared
all-eastern terms have not been heard
from the consensus of opinion to
date shows the following players in
Ends. Souehy of Harvard and Hig-
glns of Penn State; tackles Gilman
of Harvard and Abell of Colgate;
guards. -Spear of Dartmouth and White
of Syracuse; center. Peck of Pitts-
burgh; quarterback. Barrett of Cor-
nell; halfbacks Wilkinson of Syra-
cuse and Hastings of Pittsburgh; full-
back Mahan of Harvard
Finally a statement was reproduc
ed Which was given the SUite Depart
ment by EHscq Arrendondo. thc Wash
ington representative of. General Car-iSauta Fe
ranza last October pledging the Car-
ranza government to respect every-
body's "life property and religious
Secretary Tumulty inclosed .in his
message n letter written by former
Secretary Bryan last March to Rev.
in detail Various'steps taken' by the j some time past that there was a short
Should Eastern Truffle He Diverted to
Unit Situation Mlirht Chanire.
GALVESTON Texi Nov. 29. Al-
though there is quite a severe car
shortage In the East especially on
those lines having terminals at ports
on. the. Atlantic from ' -which large
quantities of war munitions for Eu-
rope are being exported there aro-'am-
j pie cars on lines operating into Gal
veston according to' railroad officials
"We have plenty of cars to handle
all the business that' is. in sight just
naw" said J. S. Hershey general
freight agent of thq Gulf Colorado &
"I understand that some
of . the Eastern railroads are without
adequate cars now owing to the heavy
export business from certain ports
but so far as I know such conditions
do not prevail on roads in Texas;"
. Railroad men say that there has
been a generSl belief prevailing for
ed by the Texas lines.
No prediction of future conditions
relative to possible car shortages can
be made by railroad officials as the
car situation varies quite rapidly
some times but so far as the pres-
ent situation is concerned railroad
freight men who. are in a position to
know true conditions say that there
are no grounds for reports that there
is a car shortage on Texas lines at
There Is a possibility that in view
of the present congestion in. the East
traffic may be diverted to Gulf ports
in order to relieve the situation in
the Eastern section of the country.
In case such action is taken by the
railroads a car shortage on Texas
lines almost would be certain.
United States government during the
progress of the revolution in Mexico
to protect the representatives of all
religious organizations in Mexico.. It
'previously lias been published.
age of cars on Texas lines cspecial-
xo. p. to spexd $$iseoe.
ST. LOUIS Mo. Nov. 29. The ex-
penditure of $64S00O on improvements
of the Missouri Pacific line and for
necessary equipment was authorized
today in Federal Court. The receiver
also was authorized to par $743000
women of the rar's creameries are "iUO'- Mt "'--
4 . j time fresh meats continue about 25
after them with sharp tongues and i7 .
decayed vegetables. Front four to
twelve cents. At these prices it is of-
ten unobtainable even at the opening
of the market and when buyers ask
why the commission merchants say
all the;r receipt? have been bought up
iy teeirraph a telephone.
Stephen Day the universal cigar
for centj higher than before the war.
'PROSPERITY. AT DALLAS.
DA uj AS. Nov. 30 "Electrical
Vosneif? Week" beginning today and
Such "Ufetinc flthroueh Doc. 4 Wi!l be oh-
MUST HANDLE 100
WASTE THEIR SUPPLIES.
LONDON Nov. 30. British soldi-
ers in about the trenches are care
less and wasteful both of ammuni-I
tiqn and "bully beef" as corned beef j
is known here. This statement has !
j tho authority of John Hodge M. P.
who has just returned from a vi
ly those entering Galveston because due as Interest on the G per cent gold
of the congestion of traffic for coast- notes of the company to spend $18-
wise vessels plying between here and 1 000 In paying Interest on the bonds of
New York. However it is pointed J the Salina Sterling .&. El Paso Rail-
out that the number of freight cars; road and to pay $30000 interest on
detained here because of this conges- bonds of the St. Louis. Iron Moun-
tion represents only a small propor-ltain & Southern and certain subsid-
tion of the total number of cars own-' aries.
the troops in France.
sales are not s" orriin to market
rules. All rei.'.'H should be sold the
1 day raoe'?fd b vord of mouth and
ne dealer v'.i rn'ied H ".is wav. was
oblisfd to taJ fo co ' r fre the in-
digration'of 'heesBio-.tf who srw
high pi'es- f caces of '-p.membert. in
served by D. Pas Electrical interests
"Pl: MS'i.-'-al llghtltii displays The
:;os? of the enterprise is" to show.
".!. ;';ffc tbe ?trule wde- in "rcent
vears h clcrtrlca'l rjevlopment .and
- flflntfn:rat ''thlt electrMty and
prosperity advance had in hand."
He Was in-1
H P f ? j formed he . cays that thousands of
fill 1 1 14 1 1 I "ns of beef and millions of rifle!
twu.uiuuo nuv ii Uift iuuill mull
trenches and trampled into the mud.
' Tho same complaint as to wnst-
Irnfric Deimrtment lias Rig Proh- jaga has been ntade against troops
lorn fo AvUil.-nontresflon at 'i the English tmining camps. Hero
tle Plant.. ithe bin mo is lnJH tn nx-erjihimtlnnt rn-
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We Believe in The Prosperity
AND IN THE GRE&TER PROSPERITY OF TOMORROW
The quality of tke goods vvc carr the variety of our stock
the consistent' prices and the service
to you Svhen. placing your grodcry
We render should appeal
account for next tnonth.
Decemhcr. of: all months is Uie month that you should give
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these matters greater consideration and with a corresponding
effort on oiir part your Christmas foiling will be inde easy.
Use White Crest Flour for Christmas baking.
ti .fr .i-W4.v .v.. tibns and the wastefulness of cooks.
Brothers faces not only the problem whn 1 rmv awf t hole
f ' I fjh bread and left-ovor
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but of promptly handling al? rawjV?Cla0
materials and supplies to prevent con-j ' ' T
g-stion at the nnloading points. : Stephen Day has few equals no
And the .immensity of thif task is 'superiors in mild 5c c'agafs.
partially realized when it. Is known
tlmt the incoming traffic simonuts to .MIIiVAUKKK'S FIRST
an average of 100 carloads of freight J ELECTRIC TRAIN
dalIy- I AVERY. Idaho Xov. 30. When the
In this are 400 tons of coal for the olympian limited one of tho fast-
steam boilers 15000 gallons of fuel trafns Gf the Chicago. Milwaukee &
oil for the heat treating plants 225.000 iSt Paul r0!Ul imns.out 0f hflre to-
pounds of steel for parts Six tons of ( nwrrow morning tho heavy sfel pas-
sand far the foundries ?S tons of pig.senger coaches will be hauled by one
Iron for the gray iron foundry 30000 of the argcst clcctrIc locomotives
rounds of brass for the brass foundry ever built-in America. The train will
and 10.000 pounds of aluminum for thelmj;rk the InnmniraMnn of the Miin.
Before the I
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SPECIAL HOUSEWIRNG PRICES
(iRKAT SALE OF IXDIAX
LANDS SKT FOI
MUSKOGEE Okln. ' Nov
kee's plan to use electricity Instead of
steam as the motive power on the
Rocky and Bitter Root mountain di -j
visions. By tho first of the-year all
TODAY i the road's traffic of freight and pas-
will he handled over the
is termed as the biggest sale of al-
lotted Indian lands which evor took
piece in the state was sot for' today
by the recent announcement of Gabe
E Parker superintendent to the five
civilized tribes. The sales will be
mountain divisions by the use of the
mammoth electric locomotives forty
three of which have been contracted
for. The substitution of electricity
for steam fs expected to double the
carrying capacity of the road. The
conducted at fifteen points and will .motors are strong enough to pull tho
last five days. A total of 53r farms heaviest passenger trains at more
will be sofa at prices ranging fromUhan a mile a minute. When the plan
$1 to $20 an acre. Teh per cent of the! for electrifying the system is corn-
purchase price must accompany ca.chfpletcd the entire traffic of tho Mil-
bid and on sale a total of 25 per cent '"waukee from Aberdeen S. D. to Se-
of the purchase price must be In the 'nttlo and Tacoma will be hauled by
government's hands. All restrictions the electric motors.
have been removed froni the lands
titles to which are guaranteed by the Stephen Day cigar' will not bite
government. . your tongue and it is .very' mild.
Are now being offered and we have Mr. H. L. Hind a
special representative in the City to advise with you as
to how your house should be wired.
Phone our office for an appointment with him. He will
call on you if you request.
CUAP F A DI V And Make This Christmas
oaUr LAKLI ELECTRICAL
Electrical gifts are useful nice in appearance and do
more to gladden the heart than almost any other kind of
gift you can select.
Make your selection early before the Christmas rush
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White, James C. The Daily Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 39, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 30, 1915, newspaper, November 30, 1915; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth344562/m1/3/: accessed August 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.