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MtW YORK CITY '5lelreyte 175 87 tWvor 4tM a, Clear MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL. 17, No. 210 THE BISBEE REVIEW, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1915 PRICE FIVE CENTS HAS 1HE BEST Ml YEARS KAISETC'S GIUNDSUTT" IN UNIFORM AND READY TO FIGHT CARNEGIE VI our . vii immMlfltlir religious, political or cd- j Smand of Pruia. Prince August I here railroad, were avail- rty of the people of the " iimini . u .blw At. Qlr, Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller, Sr., Appear BeforeFederal Commission In New York City. CARNEGIE'S GIFTS TOTAL SUM OF $324,637,399 Rockefeller's Appearance Startles Audience Aged Financier is Helped to Seat His Voice Failing. NItW YOKK, Feb. 5 Whh much contrast In appearance and in man Mr of testifying. John D. Hockefel- ler and Andrew Carnegie testified before the federal Conuuisaton on industrial Relation which ia inves gfMT) prliantfiroplc foundation' Both defended the foundationa they endowed, and neither would say he tateted the institutions constituted a menace to ncational liberty United States. , , It la a dealre to promote t newel- fare of mankind. That alone, they aid, prompted them to establish the foundations. Carnegie went to the ; stand, from a seat in the audience , lie declined to ait while reading the answers to a Hat of questions submit-: tod, by the commission or wMIc beina ' ( IntarrlHeaiad. He was In a rorial Mood and hia answers eauaed a roar oTltVlMMr more than soce. I-ater he aaid he spent tre moat pleasant af- I ternoon in years. Rockefeller's appearance was surprise. He had promised to appeal tomorrow, but his secretary sudden- j ly appeared and Mated that Rock efeller was outside and would like to appear Immediately. He waited in j the room until Carnegie concluded j Rockefeller was assisted to the wit-1 Bess stand by members of hia per sonal staff. He was seated with mucb difficulty 'and read the answers in such a low tone they were hardly au dibte. He spoke very slowly and calmly. Carnegie, In Mis testimony, reveal ed that tip to tu close of last year his donations totaled 1324, 637,399 His present business, be aaid was to do all the Road he could in the world. Ho sketched the growth of his steel Imalness and said he "never had such a good time hi Ms life, aa when he was talking to his employees. The liked him. too," he added. "When they call y,lu 'Andy' instead of An drew, or Mr, Carnegie, you know the bora are your friends," he aaid. Carnegie invited the commission to visit the Carnegie lnstttuilou in Pittsburg. Commissioner Walsh In formed btan that the commission plan ned to hoW hearings in Pittsburg at a later date and mlgbi accept the In vitation. t Rockefeller said his sole motive was to devote a portion of bis for (.use to the service of hia fellow men. He regarded the right to rescind char tors of foundations as sufficient guar antee against the abuse of the funds. He answered all the questions asked bim. He told how be directed the tartness enterprises and the part he played in the administration of the ' foundation. He aaid he would accord all men tne right to organic: work ingmen aa well aa business men, pro vided they kept within the proper limitations and respected the law and the safeguarding of the general interests of the public. KoskofeHer said be would be "hap py 10 BUrronder" his holding, either wtolly er in part, and to let the work ers hare a voice in the hoard of di rectors Just aa all other stockholders da. thus giving them some of the profits of their labor. Ma would be -very happy also, I said, to see the workers aa hia partners In business. ITHOOSANDS STARVING IK NORTH FRANCE CABINET MEM UK U' 3 DAUGHTER OFF TO 1MK WAR TO BE A NURSE Prince Alexander KerdinBnd of Prussia. " The Kaiser likes to see his little grandsons step from long dresses into military reealia. This is what happened to little Prince Alexander soldiers. Dispach From Namur Carries j Information of Dire Dis tress Alone Belgium and French Frontiers. PEOPLE LIVE ON THE RATION OF GERMANS American Relief Commission Appealed to- Steps are Be-; ing Taken to Relieve Con-' ditions. i , NAMUH. Belgium. Feb. b. Starv ing fousanilH of women, children , i and a get) men in northern France. where the Oerman occupation hap i destroyed crops and prevents coin , meice, havt appealed to the American I commission for the relief of Belgium, for aid. The commission's Inspec tor found towns of twelve and fif teen tbouaand without other food than that begged from the German .,lf v..r. nlH . . '? ap uive. waere uiree car He is seen in the picture wearing ijowib were seni. Cunetrweoo tul.oim.0Or On hoard the I.usitanin. Left to right; Miss Nona McAdoo, Miss Catherine Written and Mrs. E. M. House. Miss X..HI. McAdoo, daughter of the secretary of the treasury, sailed a few days ago on the f.usitania, bound 'or th war zone, where she will act as a Hed Cross nurse. She was accompanied by her chum, Miss Catherine Britten of Washington, and by Mrs. E. M. House, their chaperone. The two girls will take up active service in a private hospita for wounded soldiers at San Remo, France. the uniform of a German oflicer. He is also wearing a medal present ed by the Kaiser. The medal is highly prized by German soldiers who risk their lives in most reckless manner to win it. CABINET TALKS OVER GERMAN Zl m 1 said: "we dreamed of suer. gener osity aa that of your country, but we never had an example of it until the arrival of that flour." t, The relief commission" uV organic-' I ing work In northern France. Nego I nations are pending to aid the French j I government. Heretofore the com-' j mission ibaa confined H hefy to . French towMs'abMur the flOJgfcBfc hor- 'r , der but need b found to be greater further south. 1 Starvation ia facing the people along the Meuse river. Sedan, Mont herrae. Nouson. CharleviUe, Mohom. , Meileres and scorea of other village I are absolutely without food except the rations of the German soldiers I may be shared with them. Bridg es over the Meuse were burned by ' the French wiien retreating. The Germans built pontoons, eliminating water transportation. one riKKsen- - a i j riKer w''d 150 miles carrying nit ap Germany May be Asked irJMmi f0r help from Sedan to xamur She Will Guarantee theltelling the relief commission that' Safetv of American Mer-'12-000 Inhabitants of Sedan had j i wiiuiiwu nn nuimc Bmie una were 'dying of hunger, aickneas and fiom lack of nourishment and medicines Feb. 5 The pres-1 "Help tt In this calamity which ic hopeless' without your aid." The commission's inspectors found appalling conditions along the Meuse and Semoy rivers. At Alvet ctowdn gathered about the commission's car pleading for biead. At Montherme the burgomaster WASHINGTON FARMER GETS THIS LITTLE CHECK FOR HIS WHEAT U3S o ww z 1 Pavtotiie z 5 I lyyl 0 toss01 First National Bank Na2 t WALLA WAUA . WaUaaWalla.Wahii Scr-iS 2-4 jni: JONES-SCOTT company, ' IXAR.S The !ortunatc recipient of this check was (ieorge t rumheller. wfo.-.t ranch covers many acre neai Walla Walla in tKt state of Washington Drumheller had a gooii croo of v. hi'at this jear- enough ho that he old 200,262 -ush-). He received one dollar a bushel fur his piodtu-t lo leinove the bumper ciop required 180 cars nr ft.ur solid trains. chant Ships in War Zone. WASHINGTON ident and cabinet discussed t'ie poss ible effects on neutral shipping of the German proclamation, declaring as a naval war xone, water areas eur- rouuding Great Britain, Ireland and bordering the north and west coasts of France and a portion of the Neth the burgomaster said that people BISBEE MEN SELECTED AS OFFICERS OF IHE ROADS ASSOCIATION 'FBISOO JITNEY CARS OUTNUMBER TROLLEYS AN FRANCISCO, Feb, 5. There are more five cent fare automobiles o tb streets than street cats oner Meg by the eity sad tire United Rail nm4s. Perlce figures show there are l,VJ( suumobllas competing with ISO privately operated and 106 muni cipally own trolley cars. ei la nils, luasmucli as the text of i people were starring rather than lieu the Oerman admiralty's proclamation j food from the German soldiers hm not arrived, no conclusions can be reached and no ceneenaus of opin ion baa developed aa to what diplo matic steps will be taken by the Unit ed States. The right of beltgerents to designate water area aa war zone, within which it is dangeeroua for neutral craft to venture, la lately a recognised principle ef International taw, though the extent of the zone and the degree of menace to neutral vessels and the right to interrupt lawful commerce in the only existing water routes between neptrals, has never been defined. Germany may be asked to convoy American ships through the zone. Should the German communication fail to arrive ur tomorrow, Acting Secretary Lansing will direct Am bassador Gerard at Berlin U make the customary Inquiry at the German foreign office as to the authenticity of the published report. If the Oer man proclamation, when officially transmitted, oorreaponda to the re port which has ooine by wireless, it was suggested m executive quarters that the course the American gov ernment will probably be to Inquire of the Oerman government, first. what measures of protection or' con voy may be expected by American merchants hips; second, of the Brit ish government aa to whether it is sued an alleged secret order permit ting the use of neutral dags by her merchantmen. The denial by Great Britain of the existence of such an order will be followed, it la under stood, by an inquiry of the German authorities as to the proof of tbrtr chart- The suggettlou that neutral flags are being mlttused cawed ne little SENATE LEADERS1EGATI0H ! TAKE NEW TACK OF 1EXIC0 AGAINST OF REPUBLICANS1! H E KAY FOeCElOVE COUNTRY SAY Democrats Hope to Muster Enough Votes, With that of Vice President, to Win Their Point in Senate. PHOENIX. Feb. 5.-The Annual Good Itoads Association, uere today, elected D wight B. Heard, President, and Harry Welch, Secretary. J. J, Bowen was elected First Vlce-Pre Attitude of Carranza Govern ment Toward Foreign Di plomats Responsible for the Possible Action. WASHINGTON. Feb. 5--The with drawal from Mtxlco City of many for eign legations ia imminent tonight because of friction between the Car ranza government and the diplomat ic corpa. Some prominent diplomats of European countries have. already cabled their home governments aug- I Gore's amended bill la practically the I gestlng, inasmuch as communication same measure as Introduced y eater- j is growing more snd more restricted, ' day. tt contains some concessions ani mtle respect ie given tbem by , attracting the progressives. There; the Carranza altboritlea. that ia might I are many rumors that the ship bill be advtaable to unite with other gov wlll be abandoned for the apprepri- j ernments In a movement to abandon WASHINGTON. U. C Feb. 5 The senate Democrats have begun a par liamentary move designed to put Re. publicans and revolting Democrat i v. ho blocked the action on the gov John J Bowen is Selected as ernment ship purchase bill, on the de First Vice-President and fenslve bv mustering enough vote. M. J. Cunnirgham is Also to dUl!h'rg" comr cmmtm , . , slon from the amendment. Senator cieciea. Arrival of Emperor at Front Signal for Offensive Move ment in Which Important River is Crossed. GTEMAN ARMY MAY BE OUTFLANKED BY ENEMY Austrians Concede Loss of t Tarnow and Russians have Complete Line of Railroad ' Into Galacia. LONDON, Feb. 5. --Coincident with He arrival at the front of Emperor Nicholas, the Itusaian aasumed the offensive directly west of Warsaw. c cording to the Russian official crossed the Baura and took sow. German positions. This, in the OD ion of military experts, will, If lb-lUii.-lana have sufficient forces, brC"' tte deadlock in central' Poland "' many weeks. sinoeit threatens i flank of Von Htndenberg'b anm which it engaged In a violent stvrj gle immediately to the southwest " an effort to break down the Huston defensive in the region of Borjftm There is no slackening in tte d' perate fighting which haa been p'lo ceedlne for several days in UV : woods and roads along the rlgt i I bank of tbe Howka from Qprjhnow t ' Sklernlewlce on He Warsaw road 1 Here attacks of the Oeflnaa alts rnate those of tbe Russians.' Botb,ar '(! under 'artillery fire whose Votann 1 half ' never been ' exceedod. In t"' I meantime tbe Russians are malilii! ''alow mogrcis in east Prussia an i ' arc withstanding attempts of t' t Austro-Qernians to take the offt-i Isivo on the river Nida and in south era Poland on the Dunajec river n Oalicia. Artillery engagements anl .i t few small infantry attacks mark be operations on the western front. The Russians appear, according i" the reports from Petrograd, to hie - i crossed the Bzura river near Ita jun tion with the Vistula and are worki'u southward. They have taken pait - the Gertnan position near DaM.ow and South Sochaczow, which was U' point at which the Qermans bumIi- heir original attempt to break ih "arsaw line. This new . offensive on the part ot the Russians explains their an"" to clear the right bank of th W i Vistula of Germans, for, bavins m bieats of an outflanking motemeni 10111 that direction. The Austrians admit the toss of Tarnow in Gallcia. an important crn ter. the iiosscssion of which by U Rusian insurea a main line of eom munlcatlon in western Galiela. J In Spite of his Protest House the midst of snows m the Carpathian' Passes Appropriation Biil.w ""fT aTHHJ V r ... r passes which lead to Hungary. A.n Carrying Expenditures of trojerm8n foroe drove the Bus $144,648,902. Slnnn back from paews which1 hej occupied' on their extreme right tt WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. -Over the the of pukU j,,,, blJt atreivuoua luotest ot Majority Leader whw RU8B,alu ciatm tfl b muk Umferwood, the house in passing the progress or at any rate, holding naval appropriation bill tonight, re - thaJr own talned a provision for the construct- j , FraDce there are indication ibu Of two nVw dreadnoughts. I'n-1 ttl-t tbe AHlM are preparing the way derwood declared the nation was fac- for (k movement lu the Ar ing a Probable treasury deficiency of w))un, thelr ,rt,(iery bs 136000.00. Economy Advocates wry bU8y whra tbeT captifred led by him. succeeded in striking ! fk)mr,B trencbM. )a Argiwue out 16,000,000 for five submarinea. a , Kl(ncU clR,m improved osl trauaport and a hospital stip. Th , tjoB( bill, as It goes to the aenate. carries ; ' ,.,., . fha ,(1fc. ... $1H,S4I,0J. nm!lmlnrv Ituki on the IDH data NATION FACES 36 MILLIONS : OUT OF TEAR'S DEFICIT ; SOI W atlon meaaures If it la unable to pass ,n foreign legations In Mexico. ident. and the Vice-Presidents chosen ne,tt week- j As the American embassy has been were Ouatave Hecker. Sprlngvllle. The Democrats, however, are con- cloed tinom lns rupture with the George W. P. Hunt, Harold Stelnfeld, '"t tnev n,ve mw votes with j HuerU government, action on the Tucson. M. J. Cunningham. Biabee. lne le iw i-mawni. m p,rt of other diplomatic missions la The bill authorisea tbe following : coastrnction program. iwo , it is felt the tenfor- sblps of the largest and moat power- M Au,trjUwn U0OIM tag M design. $7,800,000. exclusive of., nave proy tMr Uai armor and armament; six torpedo Ury mm rxpiMfl thfc Mit that the boat destroyers, $926,000 oacta: one . . . ..mp. . nnlv . Ihj n,.nr and II. II. Donkerley. Yu ua, Aa dl-.tJ. P" ,B uor motion, anu imng Uetug oontldere.1 without consulting aesgoing auomarme. i..uu,uuu. eiev- Qf a rMer and tnHt B 0rgsnlse4 ss- rectirt. Fred Colter. John W. FrancU, , Dw measure w me wsaw, re t m anartr. na a Foota. (um ! newlng the debate. Faclag this alt ; al gives a good deal of satlatacitoa A bra ins, Oscar Walker. W. A. Moeur, Harry Kama, Moae Drachman, W. Y. Price. A. J. Eddy, William Stephens and Will Clark were selected. concern imoug high official, who said they bad heard no reports of It before. Beyond seeking to establish what measures tbe German navy will take to aid tbe American ships In passing ssfely through Me war none aad what efforts will be made to ver ify tbe neutral charactni of vessel tbe United States, so far aa known, r-tu. nian. n tha dlnliunatlc corns of uatlon tbe opposition rallied enourh Mexlco CHy whloh ta unorsl0od to votes to force a recess of the seuat? . .,,. , unlt. lo ..! uniu Moaoay. i n Mni was ep livenmtx hv sueeches of remlmr and . . eers iUuraoi uwiuwniw w mini .uowni.ii t, .ui.j.A u i . severance Insurcent colleagUM. particularly. In Mexico in charge of consular offl- Tbla may mean practically a of diplomatic relatione with all couutries and will present - ... 1.A Mt a n si ffgilra fni UeivlnaTft Senator Camden, who he raid Wield'" , .,. a,, up the hand, of the Pre!dnt while B ,the fan,"5r J 8tr"'" the Republican, tied them." , we b"h " " h result of threats to deport the Span- I ii-h mlulster unless Angel dn Csso, who claims to be confidential anvut Feb .-i.wA ottleial de of th Spanbih govemroeni, suri.n flying the American flag, suited aciee issued ai Trieste 1eed the derd from We biding P'sie V tw high authority, the rfnWed States price of a twe-potaad lebif ef bvnd Spanieb legatlM. H l accused of probably will not go further from 14 to 18 oee. eompMetty in the Villa movement. en suUmarinea, 1660.000 each: one ; . ... im .,.Vtfn.rt hv ,hM otto. OH fuel s..1p. $1,140,000. The propoa- mM hmf wnen H able t0 cotUct ed hospital ablp would hav . cost $t.- ,u Mta ,trea(th ,mktnK ato. buunw ami tne transport, i,iuu.uwu. An amendment was adopted allhor laing the copstiuctlon of three de stroyers aud five submarine, on the 1,M,,,C STANDARD OIL FREKSHTSB FRANCE HELPS INDIGENTS JSINKSjORKW IS SAVED PARIS, Feb. 6 Official Hatlatlca NEW YORK, Feb. 5. The Stand show that 2,110,000 were applicants ; ard oil tank steamer Chester, which tance Correspondents at Cairo ear i that a warm reception awalta It from 'ships and troops. PRICE OP SREAD RAISED VENICE, to tbe government for aid of which uboNt OM-eifbtb were refused. Dai ly allowances war paid to MTS.OOO peisoaa. The aVatwm family got' forty-two cents, ike daily outlay be ing $7S0,000. sailed from her January 23 for Rot terdam, was wrecked aSd abandoned fn mid -ocean Ver erew of about SI was resetted by the American llgjer PhUsdelptlv aerordlnr to a wi.les from the PhJladalnhla's eaptiu.