Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 243, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 16, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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BULLETIN NUMBER 6
Tha Great Northern Teleijraph Company reports that the Chee
Foo Shanghai cable la luterrupted. However this will not
have mr bearing on the a a I a o f
tit A Ttl
for OARTII. HOWELL A WEHH carry a complete stock at
Present demand for Heath .MiwiKan ramie
OHKATK8T O X RECORD
"I was sure you would like a
generous slice of roast beef of
the kind I get because I never
was served with an inferior
quality of meat sine the first
time I dealt at Chaney'a."
If you think that's imaginary
talk Just try one roast steak
a few chops or cutlets and
you'll come back here and tell
us: "Whoever said that knew
what she was talking about."
Aud yet we don't charge "two
Charge of Embeulement Is Pnttrrti
Against Indians Auditor.
Indian p-i'le. Bept. IS. D. E. Hher-
rick. n was Thursday erres L by
Governor H-inlejr from th. t&.i of
auditor of Mate has been formally ar-
rested on charge of embetslement.
f'herrlcK refuses to talk concerning
Ma caae referring alt Inquiries to hla
attorney. lnvirstlgitt of securities.
tii h (!! ink lace la In the hands of
the governor. It tends to show they
are of sunVlMit value to protect the
(lute If Liken v. Illi the f 100.009 bond of
the American 8urety company. Th
f.ue value of these deposits stocks
bonds etc given to protect the stat
for $143197 due It. la li;i701. which Is
about IS3.00O. a n 'I represents Invest-
menta In various mining enterprises
more or leaa of a speculative rhararter.
It It thought the remainder amounting
all toltl to about l"00'sj and bo realised
Dan a Maases of Working People
March to Lower Houao of Diet.
Duds Peat. Kept. IS. Iense iduki
of working men marched to the lower
houao of the diet for the purpose of
making a demonstration In favor of
unlvaraal suffrage. Crowds compos
ed of other claaaes also gathered and
strong cordotia of police were poated
near the building. Herr Julius Justh.
president of the house received depu
tatlons who presented petitions sal
ting forth the demands of the people
to await quietly the decision of parlia-
ment. Work Is at a standout In all
factories as workers are taking part
In the demonstrations.
Better than a Job!
An accident policy in one of J NO. A. M00KU'S
companies will pay your SALARY when you are
SICK OR HURT. We ttuarantee to give you the
best HEALTH OR ACCIDENT jiolicy written in
Bryan. We have paid our customers in the past
two years over $1 1000 for accidents.
CAN A.N YON Ii LLSI:
5I10W A SIMILAR RLCOKl)
Jno. A. Moore Jr.
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SOON TO BE TRIEO.
No Demonstration to Bo Made at This
Time Against Nlcsragua.
Oyster Day Sept. IS. A nilsappre
henalon has arisen as to the action of
this government In the caae of W. C.
Albers and brother who are confined
In prison at Ocotal. Nlcnrngua. It la
said here by authority of President
rtoooevelt. that no demonstration
against Nicaragua la to be made at tills
time. It appears from orfiil.il rorre-
spondence the Alters brothers are un-
der arrest at Ocotal for allseed viola-
tion of Uw ut NUuracu.i and for con-
tempt of tourt. Their trl.il will ukn
OPEN AND FLAGRANT.
Uncle Sam Will Intervene if Chickasha
OT'ciala Do Not Stop It.
Clili kitsli. K.'pt. 1 5. 4 liibl ttiaT lino
be. nine so op-n and Itinerant ut t'hli ka-
sha that 1'nlte.j St.il.a JuU- fMtk-r-aon
haa called upon the mayor to stop
It or the I'nlled Ht.il'S authorities wl!i
Intervene. Federal authorities h.iv-
never taken a hand In the local gov
ernment. Citizens are after th
knights of the green cloth anil they
be forced to go out of business.
Only Allowances Aythoeisoat by Law
fUn Antonio Kept. IS. 'ounty Aud-
itor Wiggins has received from Attor-
ney General Pavl U.in an opinion la
h he rui-a out nearly all the per
fijiilsltes of nmny county officers and
declares that the county commissioners
court has no authority to make uny al-
ounrpi to county officials that are
fiot expressly ermltted by law.
Samples of the Fleecy Staple Are x
hibited st Merlin Tea.
Marlln Tel.. Kept. IS. M. I'ntthoff f f
Otto was es.hll.Hlng In Marlln the other
day samples of totton grown In (ler
man West Africa and which had bevu
aent hint through the mall by his son
Charlie Potthoff. who Is employed by
the CSernian government to teach the
native Afrlcuna the art of cotton rais-
ing. This sample was of a yellow raat
with staple ahorter but finer than the
Nasi Crest Council of Rod Mtrt to Bs
Held In Te.as.
Nashville. Kept. IS. At Its closing
session here the great Council of Hed
Men accepted the Invitation of Dallas
Tex to meet there nest year.
Sevan Million Dollars of the Capital
Stock Already Susbserlbod.
South McAteater Kept. IS. The
charter of the largest corporation In
Indian Territory was filed Thursday
It Is the Wichita Valley Interurban el
ectric company of Tishomingo capital
Ised at 112.000004 with $7000000 sub-
scribed. The charter authorises the
construction of an electric railway from
Bhreveport. La through Tesas and In-
dian Territory to Anadarko Okla to
grther with branch lines; also the op
eration of telegraph L.td telephone lines
Whites snd Blscka Msy Hsvs a
South Mi'Alester Sept. 1J t'nlted
Mates M.-irshal Prlt hard revel ved a
tidcgram from the school board at Wll
burton asking that he send several
deputies there to prevent an espected
clash between whiles and blacks. The
trouble grew out i f the demand of ne
groes fur ui 'minodailoiia fur their
children In the new whit school hull I
E s I
a b I i s
h e d
tbs beat brands of-
Wines Liquors and Cigars
Chinese Surgeons En Routs.
Pan Francisco Hept. 15. Prominent
Chinese eurzeona arrived here on their
way to attend the conference of mill
tary surgeons at Detroit. Ml' h They
are f)r. Ho Kan Yuen of the navy. lr
Ylng Young Tsui of the army and Dr.
Wang Pang Chung of the south China
army. All of them ure men of eminence
In their profession. h:'lng been edu
cated In Kiigland and the I'nl'e 1
FOLK FOR PRESIDENT.
Oregon Governor Rtferred to Him si
Natural Choice of tha People.
Portland. ire.. Sept. IV-(i.iwrnnr
i Chamberlain Thursday afternoon dur
ing the Missouri day fieri lrs at the
I.ew'1 and Clark exposition liunche)
the boom for tSnvernor folk us the next
presidential tundldute on the Demo-
cratic ticket. In the course of his wel-
coming addresa fJovernor Chamberlain
mentioned (Jovernor Folk aa the natu-
ral choice of the people. Mr. Folk's
name as a presidential candidate was
greeted by a tremendous outburst of
suas n. joixsox
E . R O H D E Proprietor
Dus to Despondency.
Anadarko. Okla. Sept. IS Miss
Grace Ford despondent over a love af-
fair died rt lllnger. In the northern
part of (atdn county after taking a
large dose of poison.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO TAKE A TRIP
It would be A (J OOl) IDEA for you
to a e a representative of the
IS. fi I. C. R. R.
befora ioa decltis on route. SuTm-r ri -ur-lou t!rkteos sale dally at low rates
ytlCK TIMB BLIWEEN
J-TIIROCGH TIUlNS DAILY 2
Piilimin I au
Sleeper. HOUSTON ana (lALVESTON AND IiENVFR via O H. N.
;. Houston II. T C. to Kt. Worth. K W. ft D.
V ids vrntrr nuif iuh v.. 4 a. iv mntrr.
f BT. LOCK Tla O. H. ft N to Houston H. ft T
1 to Dallas and lienltoa M. K. ft T. to bt. Louts.
For further Information aee ticket agent or address
M L. R0RB1NS O. P A Hosston. T-l
AND SO DO
MORE THAN HALF A MILLION
IT IS THE BEST.
Complete line of these celebrated
Stoves just received and
for sale only by
COLE HARDWARE CO.
Negroes to Meet.
Muskogee. Sept. 13. A 1 all was Is
sue) for n convention of the Negro
Suffrage' league of In Ii 111 Territory to
he hel l In nkmutueo n Sept. 2. The
ohj-i t of h meeting Is to give the rol-
ored 1 ltlens 't haiv e to exi res them-
Selves on statehood
Plowing by Stsm.
Caddo. I. T.. S t 13. f. A. Seinple.
a larKe land owner living hih mile
south of Caddo. I. as "it to smk the
first steam plow ever use. I In tf'.ls s-c-lion
and so fir n known. In Inll.in
Territory. 'Jang disc plows am used
hre.iklng o. ven and oi.e-half f et 0 a
time and the power Is f'irr.!l .d hv a
slsteen-horsepower traillun ei.Klne
Sixty Firrra Signed.
St. I)Uls Sept. 13. Tho stilke for
an elk'ht-honr liy In Jot prlntli.g of-
fices hy menihers of the St. I.o'ils
bram h r.f the Typographh al union le-
g 111 here Thursday printers In eight
offices helng called out. Out of the If)
printing firms In St. I.ouls. sixty nUnoJ
the elKht-hoiir gcalt to-lay.
Job Printers Out.
Topek.i. Kan.. Sept. IS. The union
Job printers of this city were called out
on a strike for an eight-hour day. Two
of the five offices these of the two
weekly newspapers surrendered at
once to the demands of the union.
Criticism of Government.
Toklo. Sept. 13. IZleven peers head
ed by Prince NIJo. inemorallied the
government criticising Its failure to
prevent the recent disturbances!) where
the emperor resides and asking why
the chief of the metropolitan police
should have been degraded while the
home minister Ms superior. Is permit-
ted to retain his post.
Yokohama Is Quiet.
Yokohama. Sept. 13. The city Is
quht under military occupation. There
were several rowdy out hreaks during
Wednesday night hut no damage was
dons. Thirteen arrests wer made. Con
sul General Miller Is of the opinion that
there will he no demonstration against
Amerh ans. The Taft party Is eapoctrj
to arrive on Sunday.
Gunshu Tnss Manchuria Sept. 13.
Major Ueneral Ovunosky and hla suite
returned from Kochistlou. At 7 o'clock
Wednesday evening tleneral ovanoeky
and General Fukushlma signed un arm
istice ordinance In the open plain near
Shakhcdze after negotiations had been
conducted for nine consecutive hours.
Kansas City Sept. 15. 11. K. Mudge
second vice preldent of the lto k Is-
land system. In passing through Kansas
City Is quoted aa having confirmed the
report that the Atthlson. Top k. and
Santa l'e Is endeavoring to pun liase
the Hock Island's St. Louis-Kansas
City line. Mr. Mudge sai l that he pre
sumed that the conference regarding
the sale would he resumed In Chicago
within a few weeks.
YOU ALL KNOW 1:
found at the
tame office and will give bis entire time to the Insurance business
Life A ecldenend Sick Denefl Insurance for both
men and women in Frslernal and Straight Life Insurance com-
panies of which I represent the bet. It is to )our interest to see
me as I can sive you from $j.oo to I4.00 on esch fiono insur-
ance. I Call special attention to - FRIEND IN NEED SOCIETY"
Every man and woman in good health is eligible for membership
under fifty-five years old. Many now are enjoying the benefit!
of life insurance that would not if not for my efforts.
The I. 4 O. N. II. It. has many faat trains through Texas trav-
erslntc the greatest portion of the state and reaching ueart all of
tlie large cities affording travelers avery convenience and comfort
to be found oti tha modern railroad. High-class equipment and
power seasonable schedules splendid dining stations full man
Hutfet sleeping cars aud courteous agents and train attendants.
DIRECT TO ST. LOUIS
Tha I. i O. N. II. It. In connection with the Irou Mountain sys-
tem operates Four limited tralue dally between Teiaa aud Ht.
Louis the service belug four to eight hours quicker and loO to 150
miles shortest. These trains have Pullman Hutfet Hleepers and
Chair cars through without change and connect morutng aud even
ing In Union Station. Ht. Loula with all tha Northern aud Kaatern
lines. A la carte dining car service bt ween Texarkana aud St.Loule
DIRECT TO OLD MEXIf
Thai Ai fl. N. It. ft.. Iii connection with the Nation. V S
Mexico operate Four Faat Trains Daily between Texas auiW gCfj
via I.areao. Hie tune irom Man Anmuio 10 menco tuj romg oui r
311.' hours or a day and a half and 'Ml miles shortest. Correspond-
inly as quick from all Texas jKilnts via I. A (1. N. The citlea of
Monterey Saltlllo Han I.uis I'otosl and Mexico City are reached
directly iu through Pullman Hutfet Sleepers without change. This
route also forms the new short line via Monterey to Torreon snd
Durango direct coum-clion with through sleepers to and from Du-
raogo being made at Monterey.
Excursion rates periodically.
l M COMPARISONS ARC TO OVI9
AS0NSAB TO CUP f
X' Mfr CAM AFP Aim Tfl f X
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OA VtS PATftQHi 309 WITS W VKTtHS -.
YEILOWSTOHE NATIONAL PARK
OSS CALirORNIA mo I UTS a n
IT'S 5ERVICE SPEAKS FOR IT5EIF.
With the newest seasonable
'nbrics for Men's Clothing.
The old leliable John Witt-
nan tail r shp can always
he depended ipon for quality
t)lc and fit and promptness.
Give us your order.
VV. C. FOUNTAIN: Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE
Dentist. j DENTIST
Crown and Bruise work a spec-
ialty. Ottue up-stairs over Hurt
Norw )J's store.
Office at James' Druir .Store.
A. L. MONDRICK M. D.
Special Attention Givtn
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
HcsiJcnce Thontr 251
OKHCE: OVER HASWEI.L'S BOOK STORE
Hit VAX. TKXAS.
St. Petersliure; Het. 15. A l-tter re-
celveil here from Japan auya Vice Ad-
miral Ilojestvensky hna completely re
covered from the wounds iie sustained
at the battle of the Soa of Japan hur
that he villi not come tintne until the
peace treaty Is ratlflei.
Fireplace or heater per Curd... .00c
Split stove wood per cord HOc
ALL WOltK O I'AIIAXT K E I)
T5r JOE PLETZER
0ns Mlnuta Cough Curs gives relist In
on 9 minute becsuss It kills ths microbe
which tickles ths mucous membrane caus-
ing ths cough and at the sama lima clears
tha phlegm drsvs out ths Inflammation;
snj heals and soothes ths affected parts '
Ona Minute Cough Curs strengthens tha
lungs ward off pneumonia and Is a harm-
leu and never falling curs In all cursbla
cues of Coughs Colds snd Croup.
Oa lltt'e ttrl srti enconsrtens frem atranru'ilos
eWine a suil'msM tsmb.s stUcS of erwie I eulsaiy
Mcure4 a bonis of One Mlmit Coub Cure ani sts
lir lhr d.MI hill aa aour apart. Tha arovff al
mitrsl sn4 our Hit's dtrUrf p.l!tf reosraraS. I
csruv-4 rritts Ona Mlnuta Couth Cure toe mush for
ht It htt dprvs is our lml . A. L. epslfsrs roat-
nutter Chester Mica.
Prepare by I. 0. DsWITT 00.. OHI0AQO
For Sale by Emnud A. Maloncy.
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