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AMARILLO DAILY
NEWS
VOL VII. NO. 273
GREECE ill LAST GETS
NEW PRO-ALLY CABINET
NtW PKLM1LK STUDIED IN FRANCE, CLOSELY ASSOCIATED
WITH ENGLAND, A BRILLIANT LAWYER, AND A
CLOSE FRIEND TO VENIZELOS.
AMARILLO DAIL1 MLW.n, SUNDAY MORNING, SEP I EMBER 17, 1916
To Prove All Suffragists Are Not Spinsters
PRICE FIVE CENTS
HUES CDNS0L1DATE
IN
POSITIONS
Berlin Admits Friday Losses French and English Report Slight
Gains, But General Offensive Halted Teutons Take all
Dobmdja Region Allies Make Gains In Mac
edonia Italian Successes Continue.
(BY ASSOCIATED PRES.'..)
.!ll!.. Vpt I -. I he new lii-ek .ilunet ha l.een t 1 1 1 f ej
headed by kaloiieropouhn ll as"uine , h -.r;,'e undei the same c oh
ditions wlin h surrounded It x p:riln ri.n and 's merely a seivne
i ahinet
k.lLll'eiopiluloS I S OllSldel e Olle n till Miosl lever ,ivnt in
lirerir c received Ills decrees from the L 1 1 1 -1 1 1 y of I'aris,
where lie lived tm ,i hmv; time I - has also had i lose rrl.itiulls with
i.n&dand lie 15 a 1 Imp personal IihmhI tu 1 111elos. and the new
1 aljinrt Is f orindeied t ( ital i'e In (jieees pa r ( n 1 p. it 11 hi in tin1 war
tm the l.ntente side. I hr full cabinet has hern aliiviuiv rd
Greek Statesmen to Duel.
Cjrurijr Nreit. kit.n (. nnsl.iritiii" s most intimate ounselor. has
been ( liallrni-f d to a duel by lieoiwe M-las, lormerly llir kind's pri
v.ite secretary
Ml,i lost ins position nit 1 niini ( his sympathies with f ni ir
Premier Venielos
In tn open l-;t-r I ?"li' il h- 1 liaise- lum with Lnn responsible
for ihe "disastrous results ol tlie (jemian polity which has donn
luted (ireet.e ' Nr-t w.ts 1111:11. let of foiei-u 1 r l.tt oii?t at ihe out
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CLOSES PANHANDLE FAIR
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HUNDREDS Ol SALESMEN TAKE PART IN GREAT DEMON
SI RATION KNIGHTS OF THE GRIP RADIATE JOY
ON STREETS AND OUT AT FAIR GROUNDS.
ION IN m BUILDINGS FOR 191
Many Exhibitors Ennaite Booths and Pens Ai?ain for Next Year Be
fore Leaving Town Two Men Willing to Put Ten Thousand.
Dollars Into Improved Equipment, and It It Be
li v. d Others Will Follow Thoir Lead.
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British Advances Halt.
LONDON. Vpt 17. I h" I'.ntisl, .idvan.e mi the North of the
.Soninie vemi to luve liren hailed for the present, while (jener.il
ilaiK Jiien oitNftlidiile the positions which they took yeiterdy. and
tesnt the Genu ill countri att.n whn h an- Iipiih; I nun hed fur
imnly idl 4I011K ihe hue
Berlin Admits Losses.
!.a ,iii.ini ill .i l ii i; t ' uiiii. , tonl i ire'"-,
lit deil.ire ll.it tlii- Allied .itl.n ki iiainM Comlile have l.een mef
lei live. Ihe Cennalis elirn.ite that lour hundred thon.iaiid men
took part ir. tfie drive riude aaiiitt them on the Nitmne 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 I riday.
I hey mv that while tlie I .m;hh jxoyiesseil, the irn.h Smith o I f
nvei were repulsed.
Teutons lake Dobruja Region.
Hie hu!;.ir:.(ils, .iss.sled l.y the C-riiians ,.i,il luiki. have rr
;.iiiied pr.u tu jlly all .f th tJohuij.i region, whn Ii svas lakpn l,y the
Rournaiuant in the nrtoiid Balkan war. driving the rnrmy l, , (,n a
hne running North Imm bil'Mr.i and Manyalia
Transylvanian Advance Halted.
Ihe Kouiii.iiii.iIi advan- e m the I r a lin) I i, ian ihr.ifr ,ur ,r
my 'tiffly rrsislrd ?hr cijt,,i;. near 1 nsj.iif, twrnty mile. North
Iroiii the frontier I heir .il' inj,ls t i.)-i the Alt Huri have l.een
lepuNed, while thev have Inst j:ue pusitimis al Mate
Italians Conti.iue Advance.
I he Italians a i e s i eeif n: then new i(t "is e on i :e-t s.f, )
Koine evrial import. ml position hae l.ei-n taken liom the u
lrian) alor.y; the allone line w!l as one tlnniiaiid pnsonrrs
Serbians Rout Buliars.
Advames ,(te thinned for tlie British I iei-., and -r t,i.,ni on
the Mai e, Ionian (nipt Most violent !i..-t,:u. h.i. taken p!a e West'
ol I.i.rstio. wliere ,e .Tit. i, ins have io.iP-,1 the i:!ars I he '
have advamed North"ast ot loima ..-id I. .ken tlnrtv . annon i,, I
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a:iin klaii an. I i iorma l.t-l.it'-il dispat, , t,om ot'.i s,, , tt,at
t.'ie Mull-ail have- t,e-n Tli!.r,! , ,,ke )-.tr-.o region , t ,o 1 1 .-1 ,
Berlin s.,v tliat t(,e ,,- hoi. hi, th-i: own. h.n- retire, ,,MV ,,, I
rew poiitionn alter the !,. Mm ikannle I
Ihe i... tern troit is i(inet (.,,,,, K,.;a lo Kpin
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Iraveli'is Have (iret Day.
I.iielin ale-men l.v the h , tl n 1 1 I s ! Meal ilisseniilliltolS
idiollirss. ;;muI i heei ami siin-hilie '
I hem- ,ue the men v. ,n favoird ihe i rnl' i of ,ittl.vtlon for trie
lin ing dav ot the . iiilli animal session "I ihe Panhandle StltC
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Paris Reports Progress and Bombs
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Printing Materials Soaring
Lvery rren anlile jou. ral tell of advamin prices in all
sorts of r;ooi and ware from the plainest lo the most ex
pensive. Silkv, linens, w. nlenj and rottons have advamed
steadily Hurme the past si-viral montfis, while leather poods
hve ilimhed the ladder a'.'imirwlv. fut still the people have
lo pav the t. in i s will or without i niplaii'ini;.
Whilr the dry y.i.ods, the olhirv and the shoe retail
in. ii f. ants have Keen revi ai' th' ir sialet ,f priti s upward to
i eel the iisii ndencv of wholi -.a!, rs' demands, the prorer and
the butcher hive fain toi fionled with Ihe necessity of mur
int? higher rat s foe their m r handi'e. So it is all alum; the
Ime.
'I In pi.hhshi r w as c rn- of ll" f rst to be slru' k in Ihis
pi neral advance in raw material:, and no one coi.nnodit v u ' d
by the newspajn r and the ,ob prinlery has escaped tlie lev y of
the war tax of siariitv and hu;h prices. Despite tins fad the
newspap r and the job workers tried to hold to their former
t prices. Ihev felt that tlirc would soon be a ri ju'tment,
but not so. Instead of a derlme thi-re ha- been an inin ase j
all aloni; the Ime. Steadily ihe pri(e of print paper, .rils,
linotype ii.i tal and all other artitles used in connection wilh
a publishing .labli.'.hnrent have mounted ikyw ard
jke the merchant, tin newspapers and the ob woil-ers
are rnnfron'rd with an abailule nerrssity for a raise in pines.
This move is ill .tasteful t. ihe pu'oli .hrrs and printer:. il
doubtless was to ihe mer-d ants, hut vlf preservation e minds
thai the rham.' he made. That pubhsher fioliim lo rm el this
changed condition will ha.- another chani;e ii.minij to him-
that of ?ltm into vme i 'her line of biis-ncss Ihe price of
materials render old-limi rates for advert "Vpr and job print
ing abkoiutely unlrnable and really suicidal.
No fair minded customer will dispute lo tin pjbhsber and
job printer the ni-ht to ra se their rates to a point n kieping
with safety in i w of the increased prices of al! raw materials
ud in their finished pr dvctions.
Publishers and prnl?rs are paying the advance on th
goods, wares and n.irihandise of those from whom thev buy,
and h.-y exrert that their customers will lie equally literal
and fair wilh them.
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