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   Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - March 1, 1915, Waterloo, Iowa                              IYTD jl Washington March 1 France and Great Britain served notice on the United States today IJA1 Art they would hold themselves at liberty to stop all shipping hereafter to and from Germany WEDNESDAY SUBURBAN DAY Waterloo merchants have collec tively agreed that each shall every Wednesday hereafter offer extra bar gains to buyers who come in from the outside trading territory sur rounding Waterloo AND WATERLOO DAILY REPORTER WEATHER FORECAST Chicago March Increas ing cloudiness tonight and Tuesday probably rain or snow west portion rlulng temperature Conrtn WATERLOO IOWA MONDAY MARCH 1 1915 PRICE THREE CENTS NSWI OPEN PRESIDENT MOORE OFFICIALLY OPENING PANAMAPACIFIC EXPOSITION IN FRISCO San Francisco March photograph shows President Moore of the Panama Pacific Exposition officially opening the fair In San Francisco onFehruary 20 in the presence the greatest crowd that ev crattended the any fair or exposition In the group are the directors of the exposition cor poration the men who made it possible lor San Francisco torise from the ruins of the fire inten years and show the most modern recognition Of theopeningof the PanamaCanal EXLINERCAPTURED TAKEN TO BREST RUSS CLAIM GAINS Galveston Tex patches received by theiMexican con sulate here today telling of an ex plosion aboard the Mexican gunboat Progreso which resulted in the death of 30 persons including 5 women Brest via Paris March 1 a American steamer Da cia formerly a HamburgAmeri can liner has been captured by a I French cruiser and brought into this port STRUGGLE FOR DARDANELLES London March flanks of Great Britain and France now are flying at the entrance to the Darda nelles over the Turkish forts reduced by the seapower of the allies Waterloo Dopes Flout New Drug Law PEORIA IS SWEPT BY A FIRE Wild Engine Injures Eight and Kills One Cedar Rapids March Harry TItzel of the Rook Island switching crew was killed early this morning when he Jumped from his engine that had gotten beyond con trol The engine ran adrift more than a half mile thru the main part of tho city and was demolished in a collision witli the Northwestern train No 26 fast mall east bound Those injured in the collision are William K Jones Clinton conductor of Northwestern hand crushed Al Thnresson Clinton brakeman on the Northwestern elbow crushed G E McCartney Chicago mail clerk arm injured E B Hunt Pulton 111 mail clerk injury to head R L God frey Oak Park 111 mall clerk back and neck injured J R RlphardSon Clinton fireman Northwestern ribs So the federal law injured Charles Mc Millan Cedar Rapids Rock Island Drastic Measure Regulating Use of Narcotics Goes Into Play Today AUTHORITIES ARE PLEASED and regulating the sale of dope goes into effect today nras ed a drug user this morning when lie was asked what he was going to do after his present supply is exhausted Well let them law all they want to little good itll do them Ill bet the doughnut against the hole that I caa get dope any time today and after that I want it The only way to stop the use of it will be to quit its manufacture or incarcerate the users If you think the govern ment can stop the use of drugs by switchman slightly injured D P Dietz Chicago injured mail clerk slightly City Would LynchNegro Is Not Slayer Two Large Buildings and Several Smaller Ones Are Destroyed CITIZENS TERROR STRICKEN Peoria 111 March a loss estimated nt more than Aurora 111 March killed off the dogs and for a time threaten ing the entire city of Peoria fire early yesterday destroyed the Ger man Fire Insurance building on North Jefferson street the Hamlin building adjoining it and several smaller buildings in the heart of the retail district Downtown Peoria was in a panic A high wind was blowing and show ers of sparks were carried for a dis tance of more than two blocks Ths story struc cried Jess Williams 1 negro whenJture at Mam ancl efferson streets driven to bay by broodhounds here late last night near caueht fire in a half dozen places but Wfis saved from destruction A wa Williams later in he police stater tower on tol the Orpheum the passing laws and trying to enforce j tion made a full confession to thejatre blazed until the water Court Frees Mrs Stegler Hits Accuser New York March Rich ard P Stegler arrested today at the Grenoble hotel ona charge of felon ioug assault made liy Arthur Matei knl reporter for a German newspa per was discharged Inter In police court Had certain evidence been more definite the magistrate said he would have been Inclined to send her accuser to the workhouse J W Arbuckle Representative of Drys Admits Defeat and Gives Up Fight Almost at the moment of Mrs Steg lers discharge iu police court the federal grand jury returned an indict ment charging her husband with conspiracy against the United States in obtaining an American passport falsely Stegler Is a German naval reservist Two others were indicted with him Richard Madden in whose name the passport was issued andL Gustavo Cooof Hbbohen who it isf ljllco a of lightning from a charged participated In obtaining the passport The three men were to be arraigned later in the afternoon TO RESTORE BUSINESS FAITH Ft Madison City Official Disappears Fort Madison March 1 Police dragged the river here today in the hope of finding the body of Andrew Gaylord city clerk who was said to have disappeared from his home The state auditor recently reported them you are destined to make MrsFrancis E Schwartz iwas released Two story buildings in a shortage of about in the citys who was clubbed and seriously ini tlevicinity were damaged by flre and i accounts and tho no blame was at Itached to Gaylord the police ex I pressed the opinion that he had be come despondent over the matter New York March Bern hard Dernberg former German rnin While it would appear to be a factister characterizes as untrue today a to be some crooked quacks the allied fleet has reachedreport tnat von Bernstorff the100 where a fellow can get shot in iChauak 15 miles from the Mediter German ambassador to the United tlie arm a chance to sniff a pinch iranean the straits theStateswould be recalled and Baron of powder If the servants of the The explosion according to the first press wa r Dublic not lo i Truetler said to be with Emperorlaw Set active in ther work it reportoccurred yesterday morning ect tbe iaito f n f c j William now at the battlefrontis Possible to steal the dope from Other guess a few weeks ago water Sure therell be plenty of ways to Williams was Bought as a suspect OAKS ARE STALLKD get it If youre wise you can getin of Miss Peterson last i vvhen the flanles reached thelr it in chocolate bonbons or in cakej Practicaly all cars running chocolate Its all in knowing how to buy you know Some people can go to a remnant sale and pick out big bargains others cannot Same the dope purchasers There are and threats of a lynching are every where whilethe gunboat was at Progreso It is said that what purported to be a barrel of rice sent on board was stantinople Nevertheless the oper ations of the British and French war ships against tho sea defenses of be sent to Washington iuu sea uerenses 01 an reality a bomb prepared by are creating a Irei attempt of English agents to disj sons opposed to the Carranza regime jraendous stir in the near east i credit prominent Germans in Amerir The Mexican consul here has ica Dr Dernberg said As far as cabled for further information BROITSSA IS CAPITAL T i n I am concerned the whole storv isl i Broussa in Asiatic Turkey nas iuntrue been selected by the Turks as taeir medicine cabinets in doctors offices Count von Bernstorffs place druS stores or even to rifle a The report is part of a deliberate mediclne case tllat may be Ien in a i nhvaioiano auto for a moment or two dont care commons storv window and Charles Cramer made the declaration that secretary of the insurance company government beonancl two women descended a physician as led hundreds of incipient blazes that I started on the roofs of buildings in j the block south of Main street be j tween Jefferson and Madison ave i nues I Sidewalks were piled with store j stocks and merchants more than a block awav started to move out their Is Matter of iiri waa nder 1 Attorney K T Abersol escaped from the German fire insurance London March building by jumping from a second Premier Asquiih Declares Victory Use Poisonous Shells Berlin by wireless to London March p official an The report stated that Dr Dern itjjecomes necesjberg was believed to be the German inopie i ie emperors personal representative in is declared i America and it was thought he had i reported to Berlin concerning the out the state of feeling here on the course pursued by von Bernstorff in the dis duties i Germans in Turkey it 1 wanted the Turks to move to Aclrian ople iu Europ i Turks would have none of this istarted shipping their archives to cuarKe ot iis I Broussa Interest in the fighting along the This young optimist however is likely to encounter several snags he is not anticipating before getting his regular supplies at no more allies ilory than today that theflre ultimately would achieve vie Woman Favors Law Miss Dotha Varker secretary of1 WliSOn IVlay IT A n rr I 1 J Hand in Strike Dardanelles Sends Wheat the Y W C A is heartily in sym pathy with any legislation that will tend to eradicate or lessen the use of habitforming drugs She believes tho government is taking the right stand clear sky came the announcement of John W Arbuckle one of the attorneys for the Business Mens Temperance association before the county board whose members convened at 9 oclock to canvass the saloon petition that no contest would be made either before the board or in the court over the suf ficiency of the statement of con sent His reason briefly stated that the temperance forces wish to do all in their power to restore thetranquility of the citi zenship of Waterloo which has been rent for the past five years with turmoil and stress At the time the statement was made the room in which the board convened was crowded with men and the audience overflowed into the auditors office and the corri dor When he had concluded an eloquent plea for a restoration of the amicable spirit which has built up Waterloo into the prosperous progressive city that it is there was loud applause ARBUCKLE SPEAKS Following Mr Arbucktes state ment T T Sullivan president of the Greater Waterloo association and attorney for the proponents of the petition made a short address iu which he declared that the will of the i majority in the previous contests Iliad been overruled by technicalities and that this petition contains the names of about 60 per cent of the voters He promised that the saloons appropriation bill carrying I would be conducted with every re Blockade Answer of Great Britain ment of a virtual blockade of hostile countries is Great Britains reply to Germans attacks on merchant ship ping as announced officially today by Premier Asqulth in a speech in the house of commons President Signs Pension Bill Washington D C March i President Wilson today signed the i approximately SIM000000 It was the a statement that the French forces have begun the use of a special artillery shell which spreads a pois onous gas on exploding iiouncement on the progress of the battle front has been dejpulsing the German counter attacks government is taKing me ngni arnna n r varM i i war given out in Berlin today con fleeted for the moment from the Car claims also the capture of 2iin its efforts to suppress the evil and v i ti V to tains a statement that the French pathians to the north of Poland 000 yards of trenches to the northj says it will be necessary for the auth iibun ILIJ oe jbheu 10 where the Russians appear to and north of Beausejour jorities to exercise the utmost vigil making a desperate effort to regain IHSS CLAIM GAINS in enforcing the law Miss US Liner New York NY ground Field Marshal von HindI jenburp won when he threw back from east Prussia Consequentas jly the stubborn struggle continues on Petrograd March I Varker has been in Waterloo onlv a i i f mnr tnem i announcement is made in Petroerad fniinv ipersonai the line from tho Bobr to the Narcw wnere Grand Duke Nicholas has vet to establish his ascendancy j CLASH IX BVKOW1XA New York March The Amerii Vienna reports a violent ensiige can liner New York arrived here toulent in Bukowjua without saying day from Liverpool after having taki anything about the outcome wbiio on unusual pains to make known lcr Petrograd claims to have chocked the nationality while passing war zone declared by around Great Britain Jn addition extraordinary thru the Germany AustroGerman advance in this re precau tions against mines were observed to the extent of having tho lifeboats swung outward ready for immediate use if necessary Smoke El Vrso Havana JOc fiigar In the west interest is rpntering on the fighting in the Champagne r gion whore fierce attacks and coun ter attacks have marked the opera tions of the liict week Berlin claims to liavo repulsed tin continued French i advances in this region while Paris j asserts tho French troops have been months and has not come into contact with any who are T i known to be afflicted with the dme Russian troops should be creditllabit ed with the initiative of tho offen1 sive movement north of Grodno Prisoners and artillery captured VT 7v Representa from the best corps of the German habit thebeHeflivca of tllc conl operators also are armies now on the eastern battle j of Mrs Ida Burkitt probation officer expected here for girls Mrs Burkitt states that front illIs Free of Habit Young girls in Waterloo under six vene directly in the eastern Ohio coal strike Representative Francis told the president today he might later ask him to take steps to restore in dustrial peace in that region Secretary Wilson of the depart ment of labor had an engagement day to discuss the strike situation with John B White president of the j United Mine Workers and other i Chicago March pro gress of the AngloFrench fleet up the Dardanelles smashed the price of wheat today as much as 5 12 a bush el right it the start May delivery which closed Satur day at 1L opened this morn ing with sales down to Simultaneously July dropped 0 84 to first of the large appropriation to each the president gard for the law and that the propri March etors would turn the keys in their establishments on the evening of Dec 31 next so as to comply with the law providing for the repeal of the mulct law on Jan 1 NO WITHDRAWALS FILED Early this morning several of hose who have been interested in the cir culation of the petition gathered in i the court house anxious to learn how has decided not to Iuan withdrawals would be filed by aring on the seatl19 Wllen 9 oclock caine and no withdrawals had been filed in ad Rtissiaii progress in the region of Jin the years she has held her position Trxasiiysz has been notable We have she has only had one case come to captured one village after another ber notice The ease In question oej 6 taking several hundred prisoners in rurred last fall when a girl in unfor i j i rach place tiinate circumstances was suspected CiTiGi LiQCtMTCT LjCdCi Rail Rates Washington D C President Wilson have a public hearing mens bill because of the crush of other work attending the closing davs dillon to the four llled soon after the petition was placed on file curiosity was at a high pitch On the stroke of 9 Chairman W D Strayer called board of congress He has asked the state department j how it affects existing treaties and it about 2 conventions with foreign Washington March j nations would be concerned was filed with the interstate comj nierce commission todny by WOMAN 2 DIRS In other sections the Germans are delivering counter attacks bringing fresh troops into action and certain titnate circumstances was suspected of using drugs because of her actions Tho girl maintained an emphatic de nial of the charge and Mrs Burkitt London March 1 in making progress and reday villages pass from possession of one Sivs thore is a bare possibility that Frank T Bullen the English author side or the other Nevertheless Rirl told the truth in spite of the and lecturer died today at Madorla front advances measurenbly each nianner in which she seemed to be He was best known as a writer of sea j cial organizations in six cities in Ohio land Michigan against the Cincinnati j Hamilton Dayton and other railj roads charging discrimination in rates for the transportation of com p in modules from Chicago Milwaukee 1 Continued on page five stories He was born InlSii Davenport la and other points in MicliiKail Illinois Indiana Iowa Wisconsin and Missouri to Atlanta and other points in the south Lydia carried the ponderous petition from the vault to the table about which j the board members were sitting A i iv drjs iad ftered the crowd IA wets among them the towering form of Mr Arbuckle He wended I his way to theend of the table chairman and asked yeais old mother of Ceo Ulch a banker of Solon diedi at miKh be permitted to make a short Solon Sunday She came from BoL of interestto the board henna inijV jthe men on the other side and the r community in general There El Tovar nrondleafHavana 5c Udvortiiernehtj Continued on   

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