Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, April 27, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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DONEGAL ANO LANFHANC SuNK
WITHOUT WARNING BY
SUMMARY OF WORLD’S
AMERICA HAS ENTERED GREAT
WAR WITH ALL HER ROWER
ANOTHER BATTLE BREWING EUR0,>EAN m HAPPENING
Lin** With Or*at**t Intensity.
French G«n* Active.
I^tiidnn The British hospital ship*
and laa/ram. with many
Wounded aboard, hat a bam tor pa-
do** without warning They war#
Bunk on April 17.
Of the*# on tb* Donegal 21* wound
•d man and 12 of »he craw ar* mi**
Ing Tha laenfranc carried Gorman
WKnind*'). aa wall aa British. Of those
aboard lb HrIUrh and 15 Germans
ars oeiL^fd to bate perhriicd.
Big Battle Brewing
Apparent*? a big battle ta brewing
• long the front between Arras and
1<*ns where the British guna
agi.ln are baniiuertug thn German
Bne* Kirapt for thla artillery a< tlv-
Vty and email gain* southeast of Loos
ant! between A/Taa and at Quentin,
fn tha region of the Havrtncourt
wood Sunday paaaed with compare
Likewise on that part of tha front
held by the Wench artillery duel*
predominated being intense between
tha Homme and the Ola*.
Nothing fresh has coin* through
emu-emfng the operatlona c»n the east
ern Font tn Buraia. Galicia and Rou-
In the A us trrvl tail an theater the
homhardmenta aga.n have become lie
BRITISH VISITORS WELCOMED
American Capital Extends a Simple
But H*artf*lt Welcome
Washington.—The American capi-
tal Monday extended a atmple but
heartfelt weloo.ne tn the British min
ibfer for foreign affair*. Arthur
Balfour and the other members
the British eommlas'on enme
rmatten Recorded Her* in Gen
AMERICAS FART IN WAR—
Both the bouse and senate have
passed without roll calls the admia
let rat Ion bill to permit the entente
nation* to recruit their cltD.au* in
the 1 nlted States to tight against
All railroads were granted tentative
permission by the Interstate com
marce com rule* ion to file supplement
Pl tariffs Increasing freight rates gen
erally 1* per cent, effective June 1
Other than being the fairest me*h
od of distributing tha national re
•ponalbllity, tha government la urging
the selective draft for the |*>ytlol^g
leal affect It w ill have In Impressing
the German government that the
Vnited State* Is not into ih» eon-
test in a halfhearted spirit
Complete rehabilitation of the crip-
pled Kusstan railway systems by e
large corps of trained American rail-
road men will be the early result of
an appeal to the president from sev-
eral of Hueela * ablest engineers
Tha new government thus will be
•trcr.g' timed agaluet the pressure to
make separate peace with Oerroany.
Already German newspapers have
been commenting upon the fact that
It will require considerable time for
the ITnited States to get an army In-
to shape, thus counting upon the
state* of unpreparednee* here as aid
ing their cause, is how President Wil-
son speaks of the present system of
volunteer* for raising an army.
<’c*npi ensman William
[Washingtern was app«*le<l •« for aid
hi getting a larger fores of clerks
jin the "St. Louis nut it radiation office
1 tn a ‘eltgram It was pointed out that
hundred* of aliens are loalng their
' petitions because they are u**M*
promptly to get cltltensblp papers.
England s food controller. Lord
j Da wn port. bas Issued ail order pro-
hibiting the aale of light paatenes.
1 muffins, crumpets or tea cakes.
Count von Keventlow says: "Ws
have long expressed the view that
Orman victory and the tier man nun-
iarchy are mutually dependent. With
J out a German victory the German
monarchy will ooou cease to exist."
The lose tn th* ant. German riots.
*hk h resided in the burning of **v
•ml German houses at Porto Alger#.
Uraxii. 1* estimated at 20.000,000 mil
i <*sls (Prior to th* war a mllrels was
vvlued at bbc American money.)
In view of th* serious situation in
.Germany, the fcjod dictator ns* aga'n
I order'd « complete house to h »us*
round up of any pr .
Iln towns, villages a
1 wh'd* of Germany.
The Right Medicine in Many Cases
Does Better than the Surgeon’s
Knife. Tribute to Lydia EL Pink-
ham’s Vegetable Compound.
n*i£?*ts o! tb*
Doctor KaM Operation o» Death But Meulctns Cared.
Des MoLam, Iowg-“lf/ husband
„.v„ _____________ ... .......—id says I would
have been in my grave toda? had it nut been for
l^dia E. Ptekhanrs Vegetable Compound. I suf-
fered from a Mvioua female trouble and the doctors
said I could n</ live one year without an oprrmtM
My hiLslmnd objected to the operation and had t
__. - , An appeal to the farmers to In-
.'.'.TT,'!! ,h* ‘■r,,,i“'”",n °f rorn 1,1
effective between thn
fag- with ail their
United Mtatet to t
*?r T this year In order
power to bring
about a lasting peace bv the onlv
Weans that can se<uit It namely, a
Washington. rlal.l fn the light
green foliage oi the pn ion. never
looked more beautiful than wher. the
apeclal train which had brought the ,
(Matin*wished visitor* drew Into the J '**
Union station Everywhere hunting
■ew !n the light brce*e. mainly the 11
American national foldtw
The British Union Jack and the
Preach tfl-color were In oldence in
There wera no other decoration*,
and even at the uutou station the
•aly touch of color wa* lent by three
large Hags, the America Hrlttah and
Preach, which were hoisted on *h#
throe great masts adorning the plaxa
meet the in
creased demand resulting from th*
war emergency was made ia a state-
ment issued by Secretary Houston of
the department of agrici^tuie.
President Wilson la giving to the !
people to ascertain whether they will ‘
house military affairs
committee tn placing the government j
a state of almost hopeless confu
»n by instating that the volunteer:
stem most again be proved Incffi
clent before the United Status can
raise an army In the war against Gcr
One hundred Villa followers wera
?D« nth Mr* killed Al.il nuuwl-
» d and a quantity of ammunition and
horses captured Friday in lighting
I between th# Villa fo*rf and the com
| niand of General Murguia In the Bab-
ricora district of western Chihuahua,
according to unofficial reports
Nicaragua has allied beraelf with
I -ha La*»i»-American nation* Indorsing
| the United Biotas’ war declaration,
he foreign office at Managua notified
the state department. With the ex-
ception of <*oatc Rica, who^e new gov-
ernaient offered the use o' her porta
*nd territorial waters to the Ameri
< an navy. Nicaragua is the first of
•he Central American group to define
EUROPEAN WAR HAPPENINGS—
An Amsterdam dispatch says thai
a Budapest HoriaJlst paper announces
'he resignation of Count Tisxa, tha
i Hungarian premier.
The southern part of the Hinden-
burg lint lu Frame continues to
crumble or fall back before the ad
vanfiug* forces of the Frenc*. Since
the Mg spring offensive was begun
Monday steady gains by the Frem b
are reported In the official communi-
cation by the war office In the contin-
uation of tha drive.
_j hiLstusiui objected tr> the operation and had Hr©
j try Lydia E. I^nkiiam'a Vegetable Coiui*<»tind. I
non oommanomi to get belter ai»d ant now wi ll
ud able to d'» my own housework. 1 can rbooni-
I mend I.ydia K. lhnkham’s Vegetable (hmioiiitd to
nan aa a wonderful health restorer "—Mrs.
| any woman aa a wonderful health restore
I Blaa>c hk Jefflkcon,703 Lyon SL. Dee Moinea,Iowa.
AuotV*r Operntioa A»i»ldw1.
KichmonA, )nd —“For two y.-ais I wa*_no *ick and woak from
■male trouble.* that
tth ray h&i
'vith my handh on
doctor *aid he though
thought I would
asked me to
..........#_______\ so sick l__
at when going up stairs I had to go very slowly
thr Htepn, then Mt down at the top to rent The
___uffht I should hjve an 01*ration, and my ‘rviKle
ould not live U> move Into our new bouatt. My danifhter
________try I.ydia K. itnkham’i Vegetable Compound -lie had
taken it with tr>od n-ault*. I <lid »o. my weaknem diaaifl arrtL I
gamed in strengtii, mowed into our new home, do all kinds of garden
work, and rained humimiM of chickens and du< kn I «aniK>t aay
enough in i>muie<if Lydia K. l*tukliam’» Vefetable (<impound. -Mr*.
M. O. Jonnmon, Jtoute I), Hoi H*D, Richmond, Ind.
Ol course there are many serious cases that only a
surgical operation will relievo. We freely at.know lodge
this, but the above letters, and many others like them,
amply prove that many operations are recommended when
medicine tn many cases is all that is needed.
If you want .p« Ul ad vie* writ* to Lydta K. Ptnkbam Medl-
rino Co. (confidential) I ynn, Man*, four letter will he oi-eoed,
rend and nniwered by a woman and held In utrtet confidence.
More than 600 German dc*ert*».*r,
tailor* uiid latiik^iTumers trln4 to I
tioas the iHilch-lielglsu frontier fVom '
the environs of Knock* to near Cad- j
sand, Holland, according to a report
from Amsterdam. The attempted ]
oealng was frustrated after the par-
had been pursued and attacked by
German Dcttroyars Shall Calais,
('alai*. Fntuce German torpedo
boat dtatroyers Saturday fired 100
shell* in the region of Calais. 8om*
civilian* were killed Twehe per
son* were slightly wounded Calafx
Is the w*etr*n terminal of tbo mAtn
railroad srtsry tit at supplies the Hrit.-
tab armies on th* l*ens Arras batM<-
front The town lies direc tly nppo
•It* the Hrttleh channel port of Ikjver
near width place Gorms i destroyers
attempted a raid on British shipping
Friday night, with the result that two
German ships, and powwtbly three,
were sunk by British patrol vessel*
Murguia Hang* 100 Captured Villiata*
Juarex.—One hundred Villa folio*
era were hanged. 200 others klll<-l
and W’ouadefl and a quantity
munition and horses captured Friday
when fighting between tha Villa for
end the command of General .Murguia
was res wired at duwn In a ru»
canyon in the Babrtrora distrlc
weal*-rn Ghlhoahua. acrordins to
official reports from General 1
gvia’a banc at Casa* Grand* ■ Tb*
battle continued two hours and tb*
Villa Utct. numbering more that
fOO. wa A*rr«d to retire
Two women are reported to have
/oat their -Uvea and 45 persons were
injured In two tornado** which late
Wednesday evening awept through
Jackson. Tillman and Kiowa coun-
ties. Oklahoma Thirteen person*
j were Injured and nearly a hundred
buHdlnim demolished at Snyder. Farm
house* and growing crops were dam
aged over a w ide sec tion.
With food prk-ea mounting dally
on )he grounds of scarcity. Invest I
gators learned that storage houses of
t ntriuro are stacked to tha roofa with
stores of hitherto unapproached mat;
nltud'v Not only are the private ware
houses of the dealers and Jobbers
fairly bursting with food, but the pub-
lic warehouse* a* well, while thous
aadi of tone are In cars on sidings
In response to an appeal from 2.000
Bohemians In mass meeting at Hgl-
'ettsvllie. Texas. KepreeenUtivs Ni.
K Mansfield will offer a resolution
declaring for free Bohemia Bohemia
Is now governed by Austria.
Men of military a; ■» who h.ive mar-
ried since a state of wa< again#!
tier many was declared will not es
cape their obligation of military ser-
vice. under a war department policy
Liquor Question Up to Hoover
M svhtngton. — Final determination
of riic government * attitude on
production of Intoxicating liquors
during the wsv will await the rcturB
of Herbert 0 Hoover now in
who will head Hie J^V«»sr
ministration officially /onetder th*
^ueafion pressing Only as It cffbeam
•he proteclion <4 soldiers and *silor«
from lifjnor. No slaps to brinv about
greeeral prohibition wGl be advo-ate<!
tin cs* tbr grain shortage make* iuoA
p C-Mirse esnentJal.
A to the senate that the council ol
MAiiunai u«u:n*e be e-upovereg to fix
sinlniuni iml maxiiuum food price*
to meet the food eituation.
Advocates of prohibition will ex-
pect to have a rider amendment
adopted to the army hill th >t would
it op th# nnnual use of about Ubo.ooq.
bushels wf grata being manufac
_ j lotox -ating liquors.
in4‘ <g *hat this would 1
Hard fighting continues between
the French and Germans all along
i'he southern front In Prance The
French war office Friday evening re
j ported more than 19,000 Germans
have been mad* prisoners and guns
i u excess of 100 have >**en captursd
I by the French since the oil*naive be-
van last Monday.
I The weekly report of British ably-
| ping loesea shows 19 vessels of more
! hau 1,4 *0 tons sunk and nine vesaeie
i<vf leas than 1.000 tons. Twelve fish-
ing vessel* slso were sunk. IJuriug
! i he last seven w eeks 164 vessels
I have been hist. The past week s
losses of 28 merchant whips ore
I dighlly in exceea of the average,
winch Is 24 for the seven weeks’
The first three days of the great
offensive on the southern end ot the
JbSHi* Hue netted the French forces
1 more than 17,000 German prisoners,
unwoonded. together with 76 cannou.
according to the war office statement j
hiual determination of the g vein
I merit’s attitude is Un prodttc'itm of
j intoxicating liquors during the war
.will await the return of Heibert C I
j Hoover, now In Luropo, *Uj srii, J
; Load the food board.
The lirittwh food controller Is am j
1 pewered by an order In coned) fy J
j take posseas.on of any factory or
other premises where food la mams
Delegations from seven of the Kjs
*ian annlee conferred with the dele
rations of workman and soidb-rs del
•-gates and asked the council whether
it Asvored a separate peace. M. Bey
olAff. on behalf the ooendl. ruplied
"The council rejecta any sdea el •
••MOTORISTS’ PROBLEM SOLVED.”
On* application of DI.AXSH1NE tb» gulrk
#*• ran »pp » It Rusuti Bl.AXrHtvr for
• nv air r*r. «n] F*|inpm*ii for *pp rln*
only f* S*Mv*-r«d p*rr#l p<*a»
HI AXVMfVir |a ru*n*nt»-S A po*«*< mill
*rln* \ n\i anmoi, of work ■*>») rotnplrt#
S-*orlp»|on Twin City V«rni»h <'omt>Rny
r«UMi»h«d thirty mn St N«l h(»*r.
FfVr ti ll •*«.)! |»o«k**r yiHir tniMaia in
jri ld wh»< h vow .a* apply youraatf wit*
tutrrvIng a widow a
• true meaning of the
uiul Will do Ihe varsN'k In m week.
iiitiney ctaerfelly refunded by
r* if it fttlls *rter giving it a
r triad. iTice MW* Adv.
Now ta thi tlmr to clMtwr thr avatom and
lnn» up thr digram * funi-Ootia WXIOlT’l
INDIAN \ Ktil fAHI.K I’ll.lJl ar* aut *>nly
laaativ* bat Ml*. Adv.
Gtrl* tliiiiii thiil old hurhclon* don't
understand womeu. but widows know
1. a x • r o ■
4 «Ia **)▼• ll*a>4 In taut >- raikart«r at*d li
suite i .tuiU1 n*~ ALrrnai li • ii h aaiaukto. an>aa
tanir IkMM Wot *npa or diatarn\ii>aw i. BSo.
A Valued Household Remedy for
Over Half a Century.
In nor cllmote, with its sudden^
changes of temperature, ra'n. wind and
*un*hiue often Ititcrmlnglta m a single
day, It is no wonder that our children,
friends and relatives are ao frequent!*
taken from us by neglected colds, many
deaths resulting from this rauaa. A
bottle of Bo*chee’a German Syrup kept
tn the house, and a few doses taken In
i time, will possibly prevent a severe lll-
! • a** * doctor’s bill, and perhaps deeth.
Tor fifty years this has hoen s very
-ucce**ful remedy for coughs, colds,
throat or King troubles. It induce* a
good night’* sleep With easy BXpee-
11oration in the morning For *ate by
druggists In all parts of the clrillaea
* world, snd 7ft cent botGe*.—■Air.
i (if course It I* a been truind twin ess
; when yon forget, Irtit It’s gross neglect
i when your wife forgets.
People make much of little trouble# . People who tsik a gr«*wt de*i
If they have never had any great ones. I find time to say anything.
Oklahoma City, Okla.—T am happy
to state that Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medl-
stInal trouble after the tkstors had
her up, and 1 also i ■ viamaod
Ite Prescriptloi^’ f«>r )*n
Do You Neglect
Your Machinery ?
Th# machinery of the bodj
be well oiled, kept In good condition
just as the automobile, steam engine or j gm
bicycle. Why should the human neglect 1 the ’Favorite Pre^- riptlou' for >»uag
his ow n machinery more than that of j girls as 1 gave It to my daughter and
his horse or his engine? Yet roost pc>-j found it Ju*t as recommended."—Mrs.
pie do nselect tben»-efres, Tc rl uajoill* \Th*Li, W. I *ue
the system at least once a week la to ------------, .,
J=r»«ir* Tou will: "1110™"* 111), mm I can lilghlj
the c*»et-1 recommend Dr. Piefcf* 9avf»rite Pre-
acrfptlon. Am proud to any It ha*
be«-n lota of help to me la my xirlhood
"t»d also in the rearing of my tsinily
I can recommend It to young wives 1
cuoe uf au) Aomanly irvvuble.
the May-apple,. uIn of
aloe*, root of jalap, and (
escape many Ills and clear up[
od tongue, tlie sallow complexion, the
• lull headaebri. ft.«• l*r' liver. If you will
take a pies seat laxative made up of
r the leaves of
Yon can obtain at aliooet any
drug store la thla ceoBtry theee vege-
table panSta to trisla for Sta—aftmply
halt far Dr. Pierces PUmatat Wht*
There «t M as tmmtwMt If they
km th* Ft. ftara <M» Una
r W jmttt ■*.
It sot obtain
loTalMC Hotm, 1
trill «H< • larmj
aaad W «am
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Hill, Tom W. Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, April 27, 1917, newspaper, April 27, 1917; Emory, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth832310/m1/2/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rains County Library.