Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 168, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 21, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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Trinit .and Braxo Valley Railway
Permitted to Ittu Stock.
Austin. June 10 The railroad ram-
mission has granted authority to tli
Trinity and Itraao Valley railway to
register lock In the state department
to the amount of $2000 pee mile on th
completed portion of the road.
flat Iron it corn in Union poetpon! tht
c of J. . Nation Meat and Pupuly
company of Palla va. Oulveston. Her-
rtkburc and Ran Antonio Railway com-
pany until the neat general hearing
The proposition that the railroad
commission fit a penalty against rail-
road for failure or refusal to not If)
consignee of receipt of freight aftei
forty- 'kM houra after It l received
was taken up. Represents riven of dif-
ferent roml objected strenuously tn
urh a rule. The tan waa Ukfii under
Eloped With Italian's S itr.
Aunt In. June ro Ani.! Itolnl. uil
Italian tiui ke.-per of M.iiiiti n. a
subur mf Austin. Iin m.i'le tiiriipl.iliit
to the eh. riff that a man lm rim iivviy
ut'fl bin M-t.r. f;-n-. eighteen v. ir
old. Search Ii Im Inic m ole for tin- i"iil -
Lwfkin Land and Lumber Company
Sells to Kansas City Firt.
Itoii-ton June 20 -ene of the .irgel
deal eenurnmnfe.l In Txa within re-
cent rronth'. waa that In whlrh th
Lu.'kln Land and Lumtx r company
transferred to the Lng-lllt Lumls r
company of Kansas City all ita lands
and properties In Angelina county for
a consideration of more than $1000000.
By thti dial the K.ma City Lumber
company become one of the largt re
tall lumber companies In the country.
The projxrty Includes tit.000 acres of
land and the numerous mills. pUnlng
plants and other acees ! of the Luf-
kin Lnd and Lumber rompany beside
the tram railroad. The property I
Considered one of the finest luml 1
milling properties In Teias and l In
the very heart of the Kast Texas lum-
Charged With Attempted Criminal As-
sault Near City of Waco.
Waco. June JO. The grand Jury nut
In sperl.il tesslon Tuts'tiy morning by
instruction of Judge Marshall BurraM
to Investla-ate an alleged ruse of rrlin-
Inal assault committed upon Mrs. Roll
tnson. a farmer wife near this city
last Tuesday. After deliberating two
hours the body returned a lt.ll chanting
Lee Robinson a negro with attmepted
criminal assault and then adjourned.
Judge Snrratt find the trial for June
SI. The negro was taken to Corlrni4
last wrtk for safe keeping but wns
brought here Tuesday.
Foundatoln of Monument to the Con-
federate Dead Inaugurated.
Ronham. Te.. June 10 The laying
f the cornerstonr of the Confe Icrat
monument was a great ncfaion In
Hot i ham. Thousand asxemblcd and
witnessed the ceremonies Rev M. 1.
Cowdrn acted as grind master for the
Masons and Rev r.eorge p. Robert-
ami of Paris dellrered a fine address.
Ponstantlnc lodge of M.ions was as-
slated by the Knights Templars In full
Slain at a Dsnee.
Dallas. Jim- 20 Near SlniotiN
twenty ir.lli s south of till city. Jim.
l.lnlsrmn. a ni-)rro of p.-iKu. was shot
nnd kliled ut n dance Two near.-
W ill I ttl.li.ii I and Tom Uwetis tr
pi. in d under it r r-t
RLAL LSTATIi AtJIiNT
OFFICE IN TAt.lAKrTHIt 1 Rl'ILDINd
OPPOSITE CO CUT IDUSF.
J'lloNK No. :7.
Hsrs lo oH'-e th sulr mnt of Abstrs'-t Boot of
Hi tin Co'intf laul 1 1 ' l
Tin N. H. Col "link In Hall's
One quarter of a Muck In eastern
part of town price.
212 acres of land on east aide of
town known a the Caldwell pasture.
Will aell In tracts to autt purchasers
and on easy term.
3 lot In ifood neighborhood wltli
flnofth tie tree. i'rlce U. Term
8 Iota near Allen Academy l'rloe
52 acre of land witli Rood small
residence hored well and all nee-
cessnrv linprovernentn. located hi-
sid f city litnlt. Trice $t;t0otx)
teru.a reasmialile. Tliia 1 a liaraln.
DsWlrt Is tho mire to to (or kl
ffa r to our Wic H'rst St.
b Wm'e Witch Hwl Stre Is In
orrl orlf riH. tn ltd
DsWm'iit the onlr Witc Hi Sne
thsl Is nude irora the snsdullsnM
All others sr eoueterfettt b Imi-
tations. chep sixl worlhless en
un(raut. DWitt sWil-h HarslSilre
Is s pecifle for plies: HkM Hlin.
Itching aM Protrsctlnf Plws. AltoCsts
Hums Bru . Eprjlni. Lwratior.
Contuilms. Bl. Csrtwneles. faets
totter. Slit Khaum. snd (II Othir ki
E.C. DeWIte 6 Co. Chic.
Sold by M. II. JAMES.
NOTED LADY CONE.
rVother of Hon. Morns 6heppard Pats-
oe Away at Tort Worth.
Tort Worth. June :. After a lom
lllnes. the widow of the late Hon
John U riheppard and mother of Con-
gre.sman Mfrrl Khepimrd. pa.-1
away ber In a aanltsrlum. Mrs. 8hep.
pard. who w formerly Mis rildln
waa married to John U Hheppard Ir
what 1 now Morrla county. Her bus-
hand oerve.1 ae dlatrlct attorney. dH-
trlit Judge and congressman man)
years. After Mr. Kheppard'e desth hb
eldest son. Morrl. wss elected con-
gressman from the first district whl'-r
Iltlon he at present occupies. Mr
Hheppiird's eldest daughter I the w Iff
of Hon. W. F. Hklllmun of Hulphut
Hprlngs. rnd master of exchequer nl
the Knights of Pythias of Tela.
SONO CAUSES KILLING.
Mesican Displeased. Msde Rsmark
and Waa Shot to Death.
fviu Atitoiilo. June JO. Three thou-
sand itib k threw down their pb k
nt the battle of lloyne. Water." Thir-
teen soldiers of the l'lrt cavalry mors
or less 1 1 1 m ii. were slutting this song at
the top of their voli es near I-or
PptlniM liu'i'l r:nu;e. tn-ti ! M.-h .in
who dl 1 riot me the Joke. Inlerrupte!
them and ordered thetn to cease hurl-
InaT Insults nt bis countrymen lie hud
understood the word "nib ks" to Ix
"M'l" and was offended thereby.
Ills Interference with the free sing-
ing of an American soldier was not
appreciated and fire waa opened or
Mm with the result that he wss pierc-
ed with three balls from a 4:.-cullber
army pistol and died almost Instantly
He was shot through the head and
Patrick Carroll private In Company
I Klret cavalry. Is under arrest
charged with the murder of the Mex-
ican. JOHNSON CRASS DECISION.
Supremo Court Holds That Railroads
Are Not Responsible.
Austin June 20. The supreme court.
In an opinion by Associate Jutl-e
Ilrown. rendered a most Important de-
cision relative to the law passed In
1901 providing penalties for railroads
permitting Johnson grass to go to eeed
Uion their rights of way. Ti e court
construes the second provision of th
law to mean that If the adjoining pr)o
rrty owner ha ulo jiermltted the -;r.is
to go to seed the railroad company
cannot be held liable for damagea.
Austin. June 10. The city water an I
light commission haa filed the sil.iry
of the new superintendent of the mu-
nicipal light and water plant at ?.
per annum. Mayor Hhelley the ex-
offlclo member voted agalnal the
raise. The superintendent la J. A.
Hachmnn who wa a member of the
commission up to about a month ago.
When he waa elected superintendent.
I.i Porte. Tel.. June JO. Monday wns
woman's day at the Itaptlst Young Pen-
ple'a t'nlon encampment and a s' lal
feature win made of womuti's work
In the t hurch. nnd several lnteiel-
Ing nddres: es were delivered and p.i-
UTS rend by some of Ihe ladles in (!
tendance. Farly In the morning the
weather oo'.;ed very threatening but
When the time fur the morning service
arrived the sky had ch-ared nnd tV s;:n
Iiillis June Ii.l. g.itts from va-
rious t MU;r.phlc.ll lllilolis III T'-XaS
met lu re and iIm imsed the elKht-hotir
law .which the Int'-t national T po-
gr.iphli i in. Ion It is th I li d to put Into
fT r t J. in. I. i;ir Pavnrat. le
purls Mi le leeelved. It was dil l ! I to
take a ief. rendutn ot.' on the i;ue."t loll
of in k.i:.. .'.n. it state unloi
Ill T.I.-.O. Tex.. June 20. (irl i:.
C.iuiky. nlisulliiig ciiKlneer of the
fnitid Slates ieclaiu.il Ion service und
who was a mi iiiIkt of the 'lint r.matn.i
canal i otnmlon has arilved at Kl
Paso with bis assiK-lales lo do the pre-
lluilnaiy work on the Kow'rnmcnt's
great Irrigation d.iiu ut I'.ngle.
Kills Hi Brother. In- Law.
Austin.' June. 20. Sid Uiivson. nged
twenty-one yenrs. reached here and
surrendered stating that he shot and
killed his brother-in-law. Walter lilies
naed thirty yeura three miles from
Hu l l at Law son home. Ijtwson was
to have lei n married Hun. lay.
Pined Por Killing Mule.
Taylor. Te. June 20. In the Justice
court of Precinct No. 7. Olejuklssl.
Williamson county. Justice II. K.
Knight presiding a tine of $100 was
Imposed Ukii Will Helgler for the kill-
ing several weeka ago of a woik mule
the property of Jesse iMvenport. a
fanner of that precinct.
Old Sacred Harp Singer.
Canton. Tel.. June 20. The Old
Sacred Harp Singers had an nil-day
alnglng at t'nlon Kill seven miles
southwest of here. Fully S00 were In
nttendsnce. and refrehments were
New York June :0 In a rear-end
collision tietween two trolley cars ut
M Ah .eth I I. eleven persons have been
Injured several quite seriously. Some
were thrown from their sent others
being trampled on by the crowd In their
efforts to get free from the wreck. Itoth
cars were bound for New York crowded
w ith home-going ph arure ki rs from
a day at the bearhes and In the coun-
try. Tesaa Banker at Port'and.
Portland ore.. Jme 20. The special
train btarlr.g the Texas bankers' ex-
cursion arrived here Monday and the
member of the party spent the day
visiting the exposition. At t.lght the
banker were entertained with a ban-
quet at the Commercial club at which
a number of addree were made.
RESTS WITH ROOSEVELT.
Croat Britain Denies Advising Japan at
to Armistice Matter.
fit. Petersburg;. June 20. The onl)
hope for an armistice pending tht
meeting of peace plenipotentiary
seems to redt with President Roose-
velt and even that I ronsldred slen-
der fto far as known the president
haa not taken a positive step In thlt
direction. The Impression here' con-
tinue strong that Japan only wltr
great reluctance can be Induced tc
forego the advantage of her strategic
position which despite the tone of of-
ficial advice from th front la regard-
ed a being altogether favorable U
Field Marshal Oyama. and agree to ih
Y JK 1 '. r
.r k.X :.
ruioixiaa atxstrrai.T at rna Tiaa or
BUI OKAUt ATTON TK lt).
siiKpenslon of hostilities for at lent
six week during which time thousand
of relnfircement could reach (Jeiier.il
IJnevltch and Vladivostok be streng'n-
i red with ammunition and supplies to
withstand a siege. Indeed. It Is sug-
gested that Japan has d liberal. Iv
planned to postmn the m-etlng I.mis
enough to give oyama a chance to ad-
minister to the Russians a fresh defeat
on Und In order to rob the War party
In Rusrla of Its Inst card and facilitate
acquiescence to terms. Therefore
President Roosevelt's triumph would b
all the greater If he now succeeded In
crowning hi work by an agreement
which at least would prevent anoth-'t
bloody battle pending a show of hut d
At the Ilrltlsh embassy the Assocla.
ed Press wa Informed that Oreat Urlt-
aln had not offered Japan any advice
on the subject.
Rrlgadler General Parry and bis col-
leagues view the prosiect of a general
engagement as Increasing nnd are has-
tening their round of official vlslti In
order to get to the front In time to wit-
ness some of the fighting. They have
already railed on aeveral ministers.
Japan Is Said to Have Been Thus Ad-
vised by Crest Britain.
St. Petersburg. June 20. The Novoe
Vremyj Tuesday printed a dispatch
from Iyiftdon. In which the correHn.-
ent declared he wns In possession of in-
formation to the eff.et that the Ilrltlsh
were advising Japan nic iln. t the con-
clusion of un armistice. -Russia; the
dispatch ndd.il. "Is not considered P
he sufficiently weaki ii'-d Great Itrltaln
hopes that Meld Marsh il oyama will
suoeid In d.-ftro) pig G.n.ral Line-
vltch's srmv and thus relieve In r night-
mare. The army lah-r may be fitri . -1
to the borders of AfKhanl-d.m for op. r-
ntlons nualnst India Th- r .dical ia i-
IVtii." It ii --. i t s. -Is the pl ant. mi
liranclnl i xh lustl.wi li.iiiKinK over U'i
sla. She Is r.ally the Kre.it.-et (ri.nl
of peace" The pup. r draws a h irruw-
ln picture of 90 r cent of the em-
pire's population living as t'l.-lr fore-
fathers did In the Slxt.nitli century
jrroanlnic under constantly In. rcaslni;
debts piled up by tnlllt -I ' -tn nnd ad-
Ventures of the autocracy vt l.-h clcv.r
bookkeeeplng can no long'T onci-nl
"llussla." the Novo.. Yrema contlnu-s.
"Is rent hltig the end of In r ability lo
borrow for the purpose of prosecuting
the war Il.re Is the real secret of
the hop of peare. thnt Russia's poverty
must decide the Issue when the plenl-
iotentlarles meet "
Believed at Tokio That Detail of Con-
ference Will Soon Be Settled.
Tokio. June 29. Hlsciisslun of Mi"
meeting of the peace plenipotentiaries
continues with Indications of thn early
completion of details. There ha been
a series of conference between the
elder statesmen and the cabinet to
consider condition and for discussion
of the selection of plenipotentiaries. It is
thought to be possible to complete the
details appoint ph-nlpotf ntlarb- Hid
organise start assistant i In tliuo 'o
them to sail on the steamer Emprers of
India June jw from Yokohama for Van-
couver a voyage of about two week.
It Is expected the party will number
doxen. In the meantime military activ-
ity will continue. Important develop-
ments In various direction are expect-
Asked to Participate.
Washington. June 20 The state de-
partment received a dispatch from Mr.
fjummer. minister to Morroco trnna.
milling a request from the government
of Morocco that the United States par-
tlctpate In the conference upon the af-
faire of that country. The request is
slmllsr to that sent other countries.
Meeting of Modern Woodmen.
'Milwaukee. June 20 The head camp
of the Modern Woodmen of America
opened It fourteenth biennial conven-
tion at nvldon theater with betw- n
(00 and 7 Ov delegate representing oyer
11. AO camp and narry 700000 mem-
ber. prent. Mayor Roe welcomed
to delegate to the city.
About Two Hjnrcd and Pifty Tnou
sand P Throi ;n th Cat.
Portland. 'r. J.i.' :o.-A total o
4S.JH2 r-oii :av ims'-!! througl
the gat. of the l.wl md Clark fai
since the op. i Ing day. a . ordmg to tht
official slatenwrt of th admUdiMis do-
vi t-V. .'hi H
txwt K pincii iiinrrron t.mi am
purttnent of the ep..sltl.m. These fig-
ures are up to and hirudin June IS
During the past .-eti days the tot
number of adinlssl.Mts wire 101.420
WILL RESUME WORK.
Standard Oil Company to Again Oper-
ate In the Kansas Oil Pi'd.
Independence. Kan June 2". Gen
eral Manager O'Neill of the Pr ilrle Oil
and ias company has nnnounced thnt
the Standard oil comHiny will resumt
work III the Kansas oil field and will
relay the plH- line to the heavy oil
district and pay 2.1 rent a barrel for
all oil grading lietwcen twenty-two
and twenty-nine degrees hi quality.
Tbl' notice Is the inuft Important
announcement made In Ihe oil field
lne the Standard t.r.ll t Ii all V Stopped
buying In Kansas following the strin
gent laws isissed by the last legislature.
The order restores conditions In the
Kansas fields that existed prior to the
meeting of the legislature.
That Number of Persona Said to Hav
Been Killed by Lightning.
Shaw nee okla.. June 2. follow lug
the death of C. C. Hrook by lightning
meager report Indlcute the death Ol
at least leu eople by lightning In Jh
terrific electrical storm which swept
over this county on thnt night tlut
Schroder h larmer. living fourteen
miles from Shawnee was killed whIU
seated 111 a wagon under a shed tht
lightning striking him In the mouth
The names of the other gtrlcken nne
st this time are unobtainable.
Guthrie. June 2. The territorial
secretary granted a charter to the Mis-els-dppl
Valley and Gulf lallro.id. with
headquarters lit Guthrie and Chicago
and with a $:.i).niiii.n.ii capital to build
a line from a tsilnt near Keokuk. I t..
south throiiKh Mission I to a s.h t on
the Arkansas river In Arkansas.
Wants to Know Esactl-'.
New Yoik. June '.'it. A new and Im-
portant Inve-Illiatloll of till- lltTrtltS it
the I! (illtalil.. Life A-siirame S'sletJ
Is t.i .-un .'t on. e. Paul Morton
the ! . . e. led . h airmail of the hoard
of dire. t..rs. want to know exactly
nut things are with the m . ly an I
has i oi'iiiii -.-Lined I'll. . Waterhouse
ft Go. an I II. c. Kins ft S. l's. bartered
. -mint inln. woikit'i; ther. t.i ex-
ntlllne every detail of the Until. IllVest-
tnilits and relations of the society
Could Not Stand Separation.
St I. -ic.'.i. June 2 'I -Miss V. tor' :
Urdu I. who. with lor in..tliir. Mis
K. C. Redmond recently moved hers
from Memphis committed suicide by
taking poison. The girl's mother as
signed ns the reason that the girl wn
despondent because of lielng sepuratel
from her Memphis sweetheart whose
name was withheld.
Uundermining Society' Wall.
New York. June 20. Archbishop
Parley declared ui t ail.. t.!e hall ut th"
commencement exercise of the St.
Fran. Is Xavler college thnt the evils
of divorce were fast undermining th"
wall of our oilety. and that the
whole structure would ahortly collapse
should no hand be rnlsed to ward off
the advance of this tendency.
Washington June 20. The KredunU
Vi.ilnnal hank of Predonla. X. T. ha
lieen closed by the comptroller of the
currency on Information received rrom
the examiner that It Is Insolvent. J.
W. Schofleld has been appointed re.
Waco. I: Italia. 3.
Port Worth : Temple. I.
North Tesa League.
Greenville 12; Clarkavllle. 6.
South Tesa League.
Galveston. 4; San Antonio 4
lloustrn 2; lleaumont. 0.
Hhr. ves.rt. It: I.lttle It.x k. t
Memphis. (: New Orleans. J.
St. I.ouls. 10; poston. t.
Chicago J: Philadelphia. 2.
Cincinnati. !; New York. 7.
Cleveland. 12; Washington.
Chicago. : New f rk. .
PlMshurg. "' Hrooklyn. 2.
That FREIGHT ELEVATOR we ail 1 ISJl
offerinj; for tale it in first-cUss coiJVi'l
dition and suitable (or any line t I
business 0 NO REASONABLl .
OFFER REFUSED Apply U 1
Dunn & Daly 10 -
Wines Liquors and Cigars
SIL.-IS 11? JO II XS OX
T:l VI K E ft ft YE
MO.VI ft E."i I A' YE
ORIEXlriL ft YE
E . ROHDE
lime office and will give hi entire time toAhe Insurance buine
Life Accident and Sick DeneDt Insurance for both
men and women in Fraternal and Svfaight Life Iniurance com
panics of which I represent the best. It it to your intercut to tee
me as I can sue you from $2.00 to $ .oo on each 1 1000 lnur-
ance. I Call special attention to FRIEND IN NEED SOCIETY"
Every man and woman in good health it eligible for membership
under fifty-five years old. Many now are enjoying the benefits
of life insurance that would not if not 'for my efforts.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO TAKE A TRIP
be fort to erl4 oa root 8amrieinloii tickets o sale tfallf at low rate
tVUCK TIME Uti W LfcN
8 lee per
Por further Infonrstlnn see th ket ig-nl or sd4re
it. U KOHIHNS II.P A llou.ton T-i
Tlie I. A O. 3. H. It. Iia many fast train tlimuK'h Texas trav-
rttlnu tim ntei. Kt txirtlnii of tho state niij rfracliinir nearly all of
tit- Ure cltlea iITorilln 'raveler every rimvenleiirii and comfort
to Iki 1rru( on Km ituxlern railroa.l. Mili-rlas eiulpinent and
nuwer sfeii.ftlib achedulea sjiletiJid dtnitiir statluti. I'ullmau
JtutTet ileenitin rtr. and courteous agent and traiu at temlaut.
The I. A (I. ?. H- n In connection with tho Iron Mountain sya-
teni operate Ftur limited trains daily hetweeti Tesa and Nt.
Ixiul the servia lielng four to elKht hours quicker and luO to 150
mile stiortest. Tiiese train have rullman Hulfet Sleepers and
Chair cars thrntirh without change and connect mornlnir and even-
lug In I'liioii btgion Ht. loula with all the Northern and Kaaterti
Hues. A la carudlulnir car strvlce between Texarkaua and at.Ixiuls
The I. A G N. K- R.. in connection with the National Lines of
Mexico operat Four Fast Trains Daily betwe.n Texas and Mexico
via Ijiredo. T time from Han Antonio to Mexico City being- only
:U. hours or i day and a half and 'Ml miles shortest. Correspond-
inly as qulckfrom all Texas points via I. A (J. N. The cltlea of
Monterey Haullo Han Luis rotnsi and Mexico City are reached
directly in thaugh l'ullman IJutTet bleeper without change. This
route also funis the new short Hue via Monterey to Torrson and
Duraniro dlrrt connection with through sleeper to and from Du-
rango belnir yule at Monterey.
F.xcursio rates periodically.
For com)ete Information see I. A (J. N. amenta or write
L. TRICK SdV.-P.AO.M.
. "The Texas Road'
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