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   Amarillo Daily Panhandle (Newspaper) - February 11, 1915, Amarillo, Texas                                 Daily Panhandle  VOL. VHL wo. IBS.  AMARILLO, TEXAS, THl'RSOAV, FKBRUARY II. 1»15.  PRICE FIVE  MPORTIUITCHMIGESTAKE PLACE 11 WAR SITUATION  CÍANT AUSTRIAN GUNS HAUIB TU lATTU FRONT IN POUNO.  mUTARY AM ECONOMIC FEATURES  nSCUSSED  lUSSIMS MUE MNRUNT CAINS IN EAST: ALLIES WIN IN DARDANELLES; BERLIN RIDTS  London, »m. n ^CnWegmm.)— Reports of Important Russian ffsina In tlio en«t, dotaila of Important allied auccesses in the Dardanelles, teod liota IN Eertln, and mi extiaordinary aeaaion of the British parlla-  kt faattiivd tflidr.  M rf li^omment officials were in the House of Commons at  Promler Asqntth in addreasing the body announ<»d la oonaldarlnf draatlc measures to i»«illie all Oerman com-Eemumy'e threatened auhmarine blockade of England will be   I ^ an actnal blockade of all Germany, Asqulte said.  Fully fifty percent of the BrlUsh wounded have recovdred, the pre-  «itr anikonnoed.  No Hope for Peeoe.  •Ir Edward Oray, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, told the Deamoika thnt he aeee little Ilkrtlhood of peace now. A small group of in-her members, headed by Kler Hardle, favored sounding out Germany «long peace llnea, but Gray's statement was construed to mean that Germany doce not h«il» to consider peace.  Won’t Take Over Food.  Premier Aiqulth declined either to back a movement for a maximum price for loodetuffs. or for the government to take over the nation's •apply of food. There is not and will not be need for such action, he  DAY OF CHEAP REEF WILL NEVER RE KNOWN AGAIN  PItlCKN TG ADVANCE STEADILT lIlGiiEH, KAPEIITS SAY, E.YCK1*T IHillK. ''  BLAME ECONOMIC LAW  Consumer May Gna^h HI« Teeth hi Vain unci Panhandle CaUJemeB May Smile,  THIS PICTURE WAS TAKEN ON A ROAD I.N POLAND NEAR LOWICZ IT SHOWS HOW THK UGE SIEGE GUNS OF THE AUSTRIANS ARE TRANSPORTED I'O THE FRONT roVERED WITH ' \ri.,lN8 FOR PROTHCCTION FROM THK WEATHER.  WINTER’S BLASTS ARE ON THE WAY :  ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦  ♦  k  ♦  ♦  ♦  Dallae, Texas, Feb. 11.— While New Yorkers are buying ‘polke whistles'' with which to frighten holdups, citizens of Texarkana. Tex., are buying corn cob pipes for the same purpose. W. B. Welcome pointed a cob pipe at a holdup, who ffed down an alley.  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  LANE TO OPEN FRISCO FAIR  Washington, I>. C., Feb. 11. retary of the Interior  Beo-Franklin P.  Ri<Rs In Berlin.  Serious riots tools place in the Berlin potato markets yesterday, file police restored order. Breweries were ordered to reduce their out-  pnt of beer.  Russ fei VR'toricms.  Unoffldnl dispatches from Petrograd declare that the Germans have Ipen forced to evacuate IjOda and have removed their headquarters to Lods was captured by the Germans on December 6, after the  •loodlest Of fighting.  ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦  WILSONWONT QUIT FIGHT  Lane was today designated by President Wilson to open the Panama-Pacific exposition at San Francisco.  Secretary l^ne is himself a Call- to blame for the high price of oecf:  By LYNN M. LAMM.  Washington, D. C., Feb. 11.—Yos may say "gcod-bye” to the 12 c«at round steaks, the 20 cent porterhouse, and the IB cent rib roast. The jgood old days of cheap beef are nsv-!er to come again in the United Stau-Ues. Instead prices toaay are lower than they ever will be again.  The consumer may gnash his tssth. The cattle grower in the 'Texas Pm»-handle may smile bis broadest. The foregoing is the situation.  For the first time the government will recognise officially this spring the American beef shortage ana psr-raanent Institution. No longer will the government seek to find n "goaf*  fornian.  The proverbial smile of the coal man, which has been supplanted by that of the ice man for the past several days In Amarillo, Is due to return. The weather man says that the Florida balm and Arizona sun.  I which have combined to make the past week the most delightful in the jhistory of the Panhandle at this time of year, will have to give way to the shrill blaKts of winter once more before the spring will come to .stay.  I General reports show a higher  temperaiure this morning than ye«-    the’Te«erVe    tiam    ,Sov-    economic    laws,    laws    which    working  ,er..ay, »Ith Ih« air „reaaura brokan    WUh    U.e    "  MAliONK IH IlKIdCGATK  tg w<k)dmkn meetim;  Alamosa (’amp No. 502. W. G. .. continued plans for attendance at the  head camp convention at Fort Worth as its official opinion that the p in .March by electing Bovereign Gro- ent high meat price» are due to ths verC. Maluue Tuesday night to rep inevitable working out of Immutable  no trust; no indolence or short* eightedness on the part of AmericsjB farmers is to be blamed in the f»-  Hire  Will Hold Hhortage laeviteWe.  Instead the government will give  AEROPLANES DROP BOMBS ALONG FRONT AS THE ARTILLERY DUELS  Parts, F#>. II (Cablegram.)—Aeroplan«« dropped bombs while the afftlllery dueto are today taking place along the entire French-Belglan ftwnt. 'The    toll    and    suffering    la frightful in the town.s behind the  Mtnal froat.    ,    ,  OermalD Infantry assaults in the Mesnllles region was repulsed to-  *U'. The fighting Is Increasing in the Champagne region.  The »«eslan Blivek Sea floUUa of deatroyers today silenced the Treo-  IgpH^^^^estrtkyers. Yt also sunk more than fifty Turkish ssiling craft,  whieh was fWH*  Th^ Rttf Ian fok^ which held Bukowlna is now in full retreat.  ctial^.i Thefbattles in the Oarpathlans continue. It also claims |ks    eaBpedlllon    to    relp    i Przemys! is advancing.  into small area«, and somewhat ir-'regular. Slight, scattered preclpita-Ition is reported through the Rocky ‘ Mountain region and on the Pacific  '^lof e.  This condition of affairs leads Weather Observer (’onsldine to )>c-lieve that temperature wR! fail and ! that there will be either rain or flurries of snow through the Panhandle. The lowest temperature he predicts 'for tonight is 32 degrees, with colder weather on the morrow  Senate lasaders an<I Ilearlie« IVertsloB.  ereign .Malone is captain of the tea in here.  VILRELMINA IS SEIZED DY DRITISH.  ODESTIDN NOT INTERNATIONAL ONE  Plymouth. F^. II (Cnblsgvsm.)—The cargo of grain and food sup-wfits ol ths Wllhslmlna hound for Bromon wss formally sieied by the Sllsh ryvornraenl today. Ths ship Itself will not he taken as a prise  ms» cbitrahaad„4t Is understood.  4L prtse cou4 will dalermlne the disposition of the cargo, at which m» owners ot »lie Wllhelmlna will appesr with the argument that the mno was not suhjeet to atesnre hacause the Wllhelmlna sailed before IMa dadaloa of tha Oarman government to control the foodstuffs was an-■Mueed.  Washington, D. C., Feb. 11.—The State Department today announc-I that the Wllhelmlna Incident is not considered an international one M. The Department will act In conjunction with the owners of the ves-4 In an ntteinpt to esUbliah the right of the Wilhelmina to carry cargo of food to Ow^many. If the proceedings of the prize court are rtlsfactory, then the United States will intervene. R -va« announced Dado Leaves Norfolk.  Norfolk, Vs., Feb. 11.—The st^mship Dacia carrying cotton to ^prmany. which has been laying here for several days, sailed for It» dea-dtoatlon thM moralBC.  REDEKAHS RAISE 1ST MONEY FOR NEW HOME OF ODD FELLOWS MERE  The first money for the erection of the proposed Odd .Fellows Home on Polk street was raised yesterday by the women of Queen of the Plains Rebeccaah Ledge No. 222, through the benefit given at the Deandl The* tere. The women sold tickets on the percentage bsais, netting about $50 for this work  The benefit was given because the manager of the Theatre is an Odd Fellow .and wished to make a substantial donation to the building, which he did through the co-opera-tlon of the women. It is propesd to build a good, modern home for the lodge, large enough to comfortably house all its brstnchee. and this Is a good start toward procuring the nec-eseary mean«.  i    —----♦-—-  Schools Get Taxes Amounting to $¡5,000  Wnshlngton. D, <*.. Feb. 11.— I’reMUent Wilson will not compro-tiil «• the Ship Purchase fight. This decision >w as rc-ichr'd thiK morning after a t'*«» hours conference with  Seoste leaders.  The Senate got a breathing spell today. The Senate adjourned last night and did not convene again until today at 11 o’clock.    ——  --  First Application  For Job Taken Out  The fjrsi call for appUt atlon blanks in the employment bureau of the Amarillo postoffice was made today One man asked for the blank, but has not yet filled it out. in ap plication for a Job.  The q nest ion has been a«ked "Do they charge anything'' AH.dstant PoHimaster Henderson said today that there are no f<*es at all in conncitloii with applications for positions made through this ^ ureau All of the mail regarding the matter of position, such as «orrespond-ence with the applicant or with the man w  mail, free of charge This 1* in ac ■ord w th Uncle Ham’s idea of being a real help to the workingman.  in the past have brought about tha present prices, and which, contlna-;lng to work in the future, will cmuaa  R I. Official» Hen.    oven higher prices.  T H Beacon, general manager of There is no remedy, no wcape. No the Itock Island. pasHMd tltrough'»moun. of Eberinati luw prosfs utloif. Amarillo today or. a trip to Tucum- and «Mimalion of farmers can avart cari. He will return tomorrow T. the f«te in store for us. There is II. Will.elm, general freight agent, no escaping the fact that the poor H Lucas, auditor and J. W. Thomp- of this country must prepare to say sou. car accountant, pasaetl through "geod hV* to beef except us an eai-Amariilo yesterday on their way to pensive luxury.  the offices at Fort Worth  MYSTIC “30” IS OPERATOR'S TOKEN TO T. F. PONDEXTER  When the mound of flowers had been placed on the grave of T h I'o’^eiter at Llano cemetery this af terPoon, in the midst of the heap was plac ' I a beautiful floral design In the I rm of a wreath, with the fig-uje» "8 0” in the center.  The mystic ”30" is a ymbol II» tie known outside of telegraph and newspaper offices. In the telegraph office it means the end of any given piece of work. In newspaper office«  Such, liut in more technical Ian gtiage, will tie the rejHirt of the depart m**nt of agriculture*'« meat survey now nearing its condition A year ago Secretary Houston a {pointed a commission of eminent farm economists to «iirvey the agrtcuiture of the roiled States, explain tha shortage of catti**, and sugge«t rem-edien  MeiiiiMTiHlilp of t’imimissi»*»!!.  The c ommi; Sion consists of Dr Beverly T ».alloway, formerly a« sistant s* < r# tary of agriculture, now dean of the Cornell Agricultural college. c’hairman Dr T. M. Csrver, advisc>r to the d< piirtmeut s rural organ izat Uri; »Tvicc Cr*»» r F CuT-tls of \mes. Is . director of Hio low«, slat«- c xpc*rlni«*rif Hiatjon, H. J, Waters, prcfiidenf ot tiie Kan"aH Agfl cultural collcgt .Vlanhattan. Ka«.. and I'rof Mumford, head of the do-  It means that the day’s work 1» done  ...l.....! I.u .ten,!ry of th.  HE’S GOING 25,000 MILES JUST TO DO A HALF DAY'S WORK  r  to Guatii, I*. Im •i—Takes Wife fc»r  i. 8. WILL MAKE NOTES TO ENGLAND ANI 6MHANY PUBLIC WREN RECEIVED,  WMhlBttoiL Ä F«h. II.—Th« D«pmrtin«at of «Ut« toda ^ % BoU to Fjiyli«« IrtRfiirtllltg th« u«« of th« American flAg in conjui filth h«r owB ofi thè L«»IUnU y«*t«rdBy. Aaoth«r note wiu unt t* fiMy rwgsrdlBfi fito WMind« St h«r w«r ton«, which might interfere w  JifiltBd WASSm «MHliRfi»  Both of thi«« not«« will h« m«d« puhllt; *o «oon as they have b IpulTBii iU th« r««p«ctiv« forolfii capitala, in aocordance with the co 41 dIplOBMtto conruty.  s. lii».|M*c-ic»r Qlll/ 1*0 tCiffiC  *‘Hk-<c»nc! lloiiejriiicatB.”  W a hlngton, D. , Fel», II Af ter has' u enjo ed for a pericKl of seven V« rw tlo* undist\irhed admin!»  i A P«rt of the taxes e l ected l.y I*otter county this >‘ar hun alr*ady Peeii deposited to th' crc-dit of th*-school fund. This deposit wa made before the fln*l totals beceuae the tration of the po*tofflce of Guatu. 1*. ichool board felt that they should be I., and hs« -'Bray of 112.5 a year, ^Atflng the use of at ic-ast a part f*osimas»« r Duarte i» ai>oat to bo In* pjl(j| money to he received from spo-tcd by the postoffica dopari-colloctlons. it amounted to Ilf».- ment.    ,  000, or about half of th« total i»cbool , The inspection which will raouire revenue for the schools from this about half a day'« work, tkare being ,^)urce.    i’hurge«    again    d    Prrstmaster Dau-   _ 4-----  rto,    win    involve    for    Jn*p«itor    R,    P.  gin to whirr.  Tije token fame from the Kansa; f’lly office of tlie Westeru t nlon Telegraph Go, where Mr l‘ond«**ter had h< *n employed It w.as the* final token of esfeein for a m n who wor-. hlppiHi at the shrli-'* of i «»*• mystic ‘ 'Hi ”  Funeral servicefor Mr I’ondc'x ter were held at the resirt* n»'o tia« afterncHin at 3:30. The Rev i’aul B .Jauo' wii'c in .'•harge. The umT lal wa at Llauo cemetery   - —......  Six Counterfeiters Arrested at Sherman  inint.P College of .\gnciilture.  While not a worcl of ttie comml«« ion’s repoit ha . vet t**••!( written, it *s    jioH    thl** tc» for**c    4i: f    what it will  le    on    the* data wheh    ha )e*en re  I elvc'd at f lie dc*parlmcTd From a I'Uiv of the rnateriiil :»ii h.vfi l no oth ♦■r    c onc iiision cun    in*    rest* bed tha'  that thl' hc-ef shortage J* p« rmannit and certain to hc-coiiM* '* on  l*ork I'ric«*» to HI ay Haiiie A remarkiihle pha.** cd th*'‘nvf*« tigatic>n .-.hoa tlial th< au*' laws ' au ing the* rise* in heef prie opfir at- to    k«‘*p pork    at    a retfotiabla  I rtce, and no gr«*at aivanciO in t (iw prhc of pc»rk ai» c*vp** l.‘l H is P'clnled out by ci*parim»U e.xp*>rts.  --    however, that with eoMiat Bs pros  Sberman. Tex , Feb. II - Six men. i-nt prim, hog** an* no x ieing sold on  f've of them white, all well known here were plsced in Jail this morn Ing chargad with passing counterfeit gold coin« In Hherinan, and In «it i'oint« in southern Ghlahoma Jim Spears. Jim Arrington. Hawk BrSant. Walter Bryant, L. P fartwright and  lurluBi. Th« nun had Just completed The lant rites aa the bullet fired by  •eATjH Q||AATQ mill Rosso painfully wounded her, and A I ■ tPWefli 1 w iwwlw    prto--    aiAd    Ha continued fir-  ilAZEl lY WIFE'S  mtTIIT.A    rGY<T.:R.N’    Smith    a trip of 25.000 miles anf/ Farl King, the latter the negro, are  fM»KVS \ RHANrH HFHK a..out three months’ time. Accom- »he names of the uo*n charged with \fr;ariiio ha.s been made a bran'b pgnie.d by Mrs. Srnrnlth. the Insp^*- counterfeiting.  Mrs. Rosso died. He continued fir  Ing, and failed In the attempt to take Star Mill and F.levator rompiny. Is xmall 11.—€imi«d the lives of three other persons be- already in the city The hfjfne plant make  for the distribution of Bed    Star    tor    will s'H on a governent trans-  f!(-ur K W Morrison,    who I* to be    port    from San Frsnclcco to Manila  d.Ktrict    manager here    for the    Red    and    fncm »hat point proceed on a  Int*ri.-d8r.d *cteamer which monthly visits from and to  thè f'hicago market ut Hcs* th.,n whal it coMts to produce itvn»  Higlier cori» prlcs» iroun hlgher pock pricc?« eventubi) hut thia meal for years to c'ome k expiwt.*d to fol tnw !u prl e thè »ufHmltun in th * pri'c of corn  The c omm asl»n o B'c survey tftto ovc rwd tì at. tian an.l cuftle Ir»  rot compatitele on tt * *«00* «oli. /A«  human populBlon Increa" ?» Itj  u uni ber.', Tb»  Msar his wlf«’« illnOM. Frtilll Rosso, fore he was finally overpowered and f f the company la located at M Ichltn, f.uam    ,    k    a  yurs oil    .hoi    Pl-ed in charge of officers for safe Kan.a. The AmariUo branch will Mr Smith ays ft will a second  mist LlWrU III St. AllHlOliy'« Sanl* keeping.    t“**    Armstrong    storage    house.    honeymo..n    for    him    and    his    wife.  Insurance VIcn at Cleveland.    »!ty cattle    ’♦■1    in  Cleveland. Feb. 11.—Insurance breaking up'' the gr<*ut catiUy ran-iegislatlon in »ho variou“. stato« was ge* into fjr I v*ne fa* toi but a an Important topic today before the more imwrtu't nnison s ihfc '0»v midyear *=es«lon here ot conference tinual «1^    1»»    nc    v.i-;e    of    t    o  committee of the National Associa- average''m*’- ri uu fan* **^ucomi  tion of Inaurane« agents.  'tant of l.c '•cu.dng p(*p   

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