Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 179, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 4, 1906 Page: 1 of 6
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O Eleventh Year. No. 179.
Bryan Texaj. Wednesday Alornln
I 5 BEDFORD KXEBT HffCH UliFroTmlijSHi
Vacation time is here and the nsual crop of
summer accidents will follow. I can protect you
for my companies issue most any kind of policy
you possibly could think of -attractive. LbeS
and .ercnsive For hosc who Jo . eral
tickets from one day to thirty days. These often
come n handy lor little outing trip. in"COcn
I can also insure your blooded livestock at
reasonable rates. My company i regularly in
corporated with paid-in capi.al stock . 7
GEO. A. ADAMS
Office in Parker building. Telephones 265 3c 47
Agency Oliver Typewriter.
The Leading Druggist
4 Pure Fresh Drugs
Three Registered Pharmacists
See our line of Fishing Tackle.
3. ZEST. JAMES
TRURl'HONE iO-l HlXr.s.
. DRUGGIST SUNDRIES
Death EctnoTos Important Witoeei jUarara ot Opinion That laired Ee-
In Thaw Ca?. I miu nm
. ... 1 1 1 1 an.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
TESTIMONY OF VALUE
tt hit lla.l .t i' m 1 1.. I f" r
" llfllff.J That llnri.... !
1 11 hit 11.. I r-.n.j w
Wife f pefeadaot and
o .Votes I'assed.
at Least Mr Mil-
lin Hollar iannallj.
Nw York. Ju!r S. That there la
no prospect of a speedy trial for H.r.
ry Kendall Thaw was announced by
District Attcrocr Jerome whn return.
ed to town for two da v. tn h..... .
.... lB ul iiir (ln ikA I. - - .
personal attention o the c. n.n w ' u" JU" ue
to the fart that durin th m " I t C"Utt SfDn"'
there are only two part of the court. J tlcna urT9 l
t fencral session. i ... . anizatlf U within mewur-
... . r. BUI1 I Uif- (Iitrln(.A -.-...
. """"iui us main 00-
ln-!-n July 3.-Charle. Wright Ma
"ra. Lalrman of the committee of the i
Int'-rional Federation 0f Master'
t0""r. inneri and Mnnf
oc-lat!on. who baa iUit return
hat the trial would rrobnbly last two
or mree weks. the dl?trlt attorney
decided not to advance th Thaw
on the calendar. Thaw will hardly be
arraigned before October.
I FM T S . T . . . t .
. ....u.rr: bU.adylnic prlcea.
cn Ivlr.aj profMlonal samhl'nif opera-
PIntnif.nt of committee to'
invcMlate rules of cotton 1 -'
L T m"W' "fKlMlllf.il
OP- BRYAN. TEX A 3
At the Close of Business June 18 1906.
Loans ani Discounts -.r-
U.S. Bonds and IVemiums ".V.;. $ ft'
Stocks Securities Etc
Keal Estate. Furniturp an.i F.rf i:r:r
The death of ThaW. vale. W!llaD1 t.l rac .norJT"''!! "nnlDr
-dford. In the Preabrtert.. h.l..l ' f 1 ""T0 aDd rketlnj
cf cotton. 11. . .
to ir y'iuerB Tae aeciHlon .1
o " I;?:e.rk.Hnf- cotton 1
br h-i r imrtant atop taken 1
ly th Hrem.n ronre 11- Mi . " 1 1
nH tii " """"""n cotton alone.
them 0M . mr ''
Bedford. In the rre.byterlaa hospital
irom compllcatlona from an nr.r..in
for appendlcltla. removed an Important
witnena from the case. As It Is As-
sistant Attrirnv r:n.i.
subHtance of the last statement made
to blm by the vaJet. Mr. Oarvln said
he stated that Thw ... -.i n...-.
to our itrnr riu.ir....i j .i . .. . .
. ' . - " mrea mat tie 1 ' """i cotton will have an im
had not acted aa the h.w.n nr ! portant Influent i 'n lm
white 0 Mn to Mr.. Thaw-; ; Mr. M - -;
had seen no note passed it all. d. minimum price. 10 ce7s t bt
A.Ti".r:-.h ral''- D''v"r Wto. Mllngly promabl... he think. Zen
I " " -" t. me vau t supple- ""' aninjiji. at It
jnented his previous ststment that I Iriiilly Mr. Marara attar
' na "n-lM revolver for three ' niport.n. e 0 the prornkte of use of
or four month by statin- that Tharf" cotton that America . pr pared to c
had carried . w.nKn for Bbo wo ! operate with Kurop. an L ?
year.. connection with the Euro- i
lKan tr!'i f Thaw nnl tM v 11. ' ruri r- r a ... .
. . . .n'Bii i "wk.bnn A MANILA.
he snl.l th:.r he had accompanied Thaw ; L
and that Tin. tn .. J I ui..i...
orrin i7i ( . ' ""11 n8l ; "r""" yp Prevail. There and In
was the one that had t;.ken place a' Mania- Julr -Cholera of a Tlru-
ritt.burr. Mr. White he said had ! lM yi'" ha" en out among the
:Ir.?'J'1 uKn Mr- Thaw to hi. t!ves at Manila and In surrounding
Mr. (iarvln et.imlnn.i t..n.i.u r
ericoff. a private d.-ttlve. who wan
ior mnnv months emtdoved with three
assistants by Mr. Whit to guard him
and keep watch. on a corp. of detect-
ives enndiivfd hv Th. tv... j
jtertlv(.B mvi ly vnw fo watrh
I White for aU.ut six mon.iis were aUo
lllbim Mclionald and Harry ItaleUh
(Ther. acrdlnjt to the alstant dls-
trl.t attorney had been Instructed by
I Thaw to follow White to a steamship
pier and to ncape men to pick quar-
rels with him at the p;..r In order to an-'
nny the architect. 1
I AM.n W. Kverts. counsel for the
WMte family. cn!!.d at the district1
attorney s office n connection with
. the murder.
Reetlpt. and Expenditures and Bank
Washington. July 3. At the close 1
provinces. Fcur Americans In Manila
have been stricken to dale and there
has been one d-ath of an American
that of Charles Sheehan. Twenty-one
rases and sixteen deaths have been
reporter 1 ufiay. Province report
tw.nty-slx ens.-s and twenty-five
d.atns. The illsiase 1. of the most
deadly type. Suburb. ner Fort Mc-
1 Klcley have been quarantined. There
has been one death from cholera
amonc soldiers that of Cook Chris-1
tlan O. D-vight of Conipanv C Six-
tw nth Infantry. The hi-alth bureau Is
taklni? every precaution to prevent the
spread of the disease. A circular has
been distributed nmong the citizens
mnirifr mem or the danger and re-
quiring that precnutlons le taken.
While the sltiiftilon U serious health
oncers do not lk for an epidemic of
dreat projortlons. The sreatest diffi-
culty Is experienced In ccttlnir na-
tlves to report cases of sickness. 1
Bank! ttX"': the ab0Ve named
the best of my knSan MiT " COrrect t(J
H. O. BOATWRIGHT. Vice-President.
(J. W. Howell )
Correct Attest: . Guy M. Bryan Jr Directors
L. L. Mclnnis )
Subscribed and sworn to More me this June 21 1906.
W. C- UAVis Notary Public
urazos County Texas.
i i rvvr.
or business June 3 i li.n; th .....i i
dilation of national bank notes a. In- 1 FCUPth Aeedcnt ef th Kl" Within
dlca.cd by a statement Issued by the ! ni fl P"' ?.U M
comptroller of the currency wa. . "T' ' JU'r 3-Nw !
U2.ZM. an Increase for h ' TPa' K;d that Premature ex-.
l-.53::.5r. and an l. n-as for the i P Hl" n he ml"e at K'ne. W.
month of !.!S2.7o.. The amount of I Va thr men were killel outright
b ... - n"etl. SUP ' r.n I num"'' re still nlsalnr Rud !
for the rrnr of i:.r its ii-.
crease for the month of ii m .-
A surplus of 120.024.772 Is shown by
the comparative statement of the Kor-
ernment receipts and expenditures for
the month of June. I3i6. as compared
With June Of last vonr an.l . . ....
of 2.17.15.) for the fiscal year end-
In; June 3'i. lto.
Durlnc June the total
the government were :.ri.3fi7.osi. The
LAWS REVOKED. j
It la Now Po..bl. For Jew. to Locate '
In Palestine. 1
Toronto. July 3. At the onenln rt
me seientn annual convention of the j
Federation of Zionist Societies In rn. '
aJa here President Dcsola of Montreal
announced that the sultan of Tnri..
had revoked laws forbidding Jew. to '
ettle In Palestine. He did not wish I
It understool they they had received a
charter but It Is now possible for Jew.
to Inhabit the country and enlor the '
protection of !ta law. n ...ji..... '
the sultan a action would jrlre ureat
uij.viua io emigration from Russia.
were rasslnc through an .11..- i
had be.-n abandoned for some time
when gas United from lamps and all
three were killed. A number of men
In other parta of the mine were In-
jure.i. several fatally. The force of i
the explosion was terrific. Several ' I
t... . . . . . . 1
iKiiiii-. iwruii-u ior me rescue of the
few miners Imprisoned were overcome
by pas. This Is the fourth explosion j
durlnij the year within the Pocohontaa I
is the Hon.tA
that Is paint-
ed with MOUND
PAINT. The outside of vour homQ xTmM
aivvayj be an cxprewion of your verv
best taste MOVtfo CITYHORSlf SHOE PaKt
ithe best wood preservative that can
7 V ' 1IC a uuaranTce
vy ---..v fjunyron every
" H Can. II COVer. mn p.!V . 1
?n&?si ana i ves an immedi.
.i.ii wjjgnoi elegance.
BOTH ENGINES SMASHED.
j AGAIN CONVICTED.
J For the Second Tim. Spjyer I. Given
the Death Penalty.
Kansaa City. July 3. A Jury In the
j criminal court here for the .econd time
rendered a verdict of rullty of murder
In the first derce against John Martin
Ppeyer a circus performer formerly
of New Orleans who killed his little
son here four years ago. Speyer cut
the boy' throat while a moh was try-
Ins to reach him for the alleged as-
sault of a younit arlrl. He was convict-
ed at the flrt yia! but was given a
Get it of
E. J. JEJVKIJVS
To the Mountain Lake and
Seaside Resorts and the
Terrorists Add Two More Name to !
Long List of Dead.
Warsaw July 3 The Terrorists' de
termination to exterminate police force
Firemen Killed and On. Engineer and
Two Brakemen Injured.
Mobile. July 3 A remi-.r .n.i ! lrmln:'lun ' exterminate po
tra freleht train on the Mobile Jack i 'hosno " ' wavering Pefore
. .'iiium JacK-'noon Tuesdar two mir i.!l
on and Kansas City railroad collided R. ants were added to the alreadv Ion
hen-Jon about two miles south of New I n'nn r" th men cre shot and
Kiurci in tne streets and In each case
the asassln escaped.
Excursion - N.
ton. Miss. smashlmj both cnclnes and
kililuir the two fin
1 1 rum
neKro. nnd (l.-orpe .Sand. rs white. Fn-
rineer lloyd of the regular freltht w is
nie andserlously lnjur.il. and brak.-
men Haynle and Jones sllshtly lnjurel
The cause of the collision Is said to
be the overrunning of the mettinc
r" "j lut- i it ib irei";ni
Legal Battle Beglns-
Toledo ().. July 3. In the probate'
court of Hancock county was begun!
Monday the fight ajralnst the Manhat-
tan Oil company and the Tluckeye llpe j
I.lno mronanr. Mirrh.iin is nin.!
lino ronipanlea of the Standard Oil '
THE ONE-NIGHT ST. LOUIS LINE
Tickets on Sale all Summer
Lvt I. h (. . Airei.ts t-H you Where
Utien.aml How or write
0. J. PRICE. CEO. D. HUNTER
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Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 179, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 4, 1906, newspaper, July 4, 1906; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth321848/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .