Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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Eleventh Year. No. 205.
Bryan. Texas Saturday Morning August 4 1906.
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Red Cloud Cheese
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Officer at ('ron.:talt Credited With
FOUGHT TILL KILLED
RIDDLED m SHOTS
Man ct frmphu 31-cU llu Ikath
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Captain TrodlonrlT Hbo snoot
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TOBACCOS AND .
St Petersburg; Aur. 3 Officers at
Cronstadt showed splendid courare.
and all those killed fell fighting.
Colonel Alexandroff received the mutl-
Seers with a revolver ard Captain
Evroschlnsky of tb submarine mln-
era arter a desperate struggle waa
bayonetted by hia assailants and bla
bead split oten with tbe butt end of a
rifle. Rear Admiral Beclemscheff.
who received man wounds died.
When tne aallora mutinied the ad.
mlraJ Immediately went out with his
staff bee die a of warnings and entered
the barracka. Within a few aeeonda
be and two captains were abut down.
Tbe crowd of clviilana who Joined
the mutineers Included a lance number '
or women. They were armed with
rifles revolvers and sworda. One
wounded captain was spared because
be wore a Rt. Ceorge crosa.
Captain Trodloneff. who was killed
fought In tbe battle or tbe Sea of Jv
pan on one o." tbe Russian ships which
foundered. He. was fourteen hours la
the water before being picked up.
It baa been ascertained tbe Yenlsael
regiment blared a nmmlnr n.rt
Cronatadt quelling a mutiny of Ball
on me utter bad broken Into bs
arsnaJ. after overpowering the
guards and seized a auantit i.t arms
After flrtrt several volleys the Yenes-
lie region nt cbarged. driving out the
mutineers who fled intn f h arrta
pursued by the men of this regiment.
wno continued ttielr rifle Are. to
which tbe mutineers replied. Some
shots were fired at Iralira frnm
housc. Many mutineers aourht tn .
rape from the town but they wre met
by a hot Are and driven to tbe bar.
racks where ther were anrmunnl
Attempt wss made bv a narrv f mnti.
neers to rapture harbor batteries but
It was repulsed by tbe Are of machine
SHOT DOWX AT POLLS
Latrotrrtj That followed flection
Brosjht ioot ujfflean
Which Sinynlrj Result
sme A boat.
Memjhli. Aug. 3.-One man waa
killed another fatally wounded and a
third Injured In a fight la the polllnj
place of tbe Fifteenth district at North
Second itreet and the Randolph road
within a few minutes after tbe polls
closed Tbursdsy afternoon.
J. O. Wellington a aaloon keeper
was riddled with buckibot from a re-
peatlng shotjun and died almost In
W. J. Cooke watchman in a lmK.r
yard and acting as judge of election
was shot In tbe side and win hi ii
was liken to the city bonpital.
IJ. E. Conn another Judge of elec-
tion win shot In la heel.
Tbe trr'ibl aroa over th imin
election which was held Thursday.
Wellington Inflated on h-in n
at the co-nt of bailou and in an ar-
gument Wellinrton Is aild tn him
drawn a revolver and began shooting.
According to the story told the police
Conn rusbed out of the polling place
secured a shotgun and began firing.
The first shot fairly riddled Welling-
ton with buckshot. Welllngten kept
on firing ujttl he dropped and when
tbe smoke of battle cleared away
Cooke waa found on the floor desper-
ately wounded a bullet from Wvlllnr.
I ton's revolver having pierced bis side.
John D. Rockefeller Not to Appear
Before Chicago Grand Jury.
Chicago. Aug. 3 John I). Rocke-
feller will not be served with a sub-
poena to a.iyear before the grand Jury
wblrh will convene here Monday to
Investigate relations between tne!
Standard OH romninr and arlmi i
railroads. This announcement was
made after a conference between gov-
ernment officials who declare that
bould Mr. Rockefeller testify it would
be necesisrv to grant him Immunity
from prosecution and this. It was
clslrm-d. was what the government
wished to avoid.
Chairman Accused of Spiriting Away
Party Making Assertion.
Mlaot. X. D. Aug. 3. The prefer-
ment of serious charges against B.
S. Brynjolfson of Grand Forka. chair-
man of the Democratic state central
committee furnished the only eictting
Incident in the Democratic state con
vention. Siver Serumgaxd candidate
for tbe Democratic nomination for
governor openly charged Brynjolfson
with spiriting away George Wilkinson
wbo stated at the national Democratic
convention in tit. I-ou!s In 1Su4 that
tbe North Dakota delegation had sold
out to I'arker for ll."" each.
The charees tirednlfatfrt a flirfit
in the convention between Senator
J. L. Casbel of Grafton and Brynjolf
son for chairman of tbe new rnmmll
tee. Cah I won by a vote of 116 to
10 lirynjoirson denied the charges
John Burke was nominated for gov
W. J. Bryan was endorsed ftr pres
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2v. T31. JAMES
TRLEPHO.NE -iO-'J HINGB.
MOOSON PASSES AWAY.
For Thirty Year Chief Clerk Amerl-
can Embassy at London.
London Aug. J. Charles Hodsoa.
for thirty rears chief rlrk f th
American embassy here died Friday.
Mr. Hod ion served under elht mtnia.
ters and ambassadors. With tbe late
James Russell Lowell particularly he
was on term of Intimate friendship
and h leaves a set of Lowell s books
each Inscribed "To my dear friend."
nd a most Interesting collection of
letters. Mr. Hodson and Mr. Lowell
kept up a correspondence after the Ut-
ter left London.
Endorse Bryan For Presidential Nonv
ir.ee and Select Ticket
Detroit. Aug. 3. Midjhlgao Demo
crats. In slate convention nominated
a ticket beaded by C. H. Klmmerls
The platform as adopted declares
that evils under tbe form of combina-
tions and truits are a direct outcome
or class legislation by tbe Republican
parrt conferring privileges upon cor
porations at tne expense or tne com
Ilryan was endorsed for presidential
THE ONE-NIGHT ST. LOUIS LINE
Tickets on Sale all Summer
Let I. A O. N. Agents tell you Wbere
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TA H K E R 11 YE
X 0X1 HEAL RtE
E. ROHDE PropVj
HICCINS SENDS DOLLAR.
Governor of New York Contributes to
I Republican Campaign Fund.
New Tork. Aug. 3. Governor Hlg-
gins sent his dollar to the Republican
congressional campaign committee.
With It he sent this letter to Repre-
sentative Sherman of tbe committee:
"Permit me to follow the splendid el-
ample of President Roosevelt and en-
close my dollar to tbe campaign fund
which the committee Is raising"
GETS TWELVE YEARS. j
Es-Mayor of Patsrson Wss Convicted
on Embezzlement Charge.
Paterson. N. J. Aug. 3. Et Mayor
Plecher. who while mjyor of this el'v
absconded a year ago and who sur-
rendered hlmclf on Monday of laxt
week has bM-n sentenced tn ii ir
years Imprisonment In state prison on
a marge or embezzlement.
Frequent Occurrences of tho Kind Re
ported to Authorities.
Sin Fram-iico. Aug. 3. Reports are
being received by military authorities
at Presidio of frequent desertion of
troops stationed at American Lake In
Washington the summer military
camp where several regiments of the
National guard and regulars went for
Instruction. Tbe most notable In
stance of this Is In Company I cf the
Twenty-second Infantry At present
only :?ven men and onfers are left
to rarrv the name of this rnnninr.
When the Twenty-second Infantry
went into camp slity-flve men an
swered roll call In Com pan v I. Since
thn fftlirhf nf tha inlillri ilvavrt
ed and rrrmurd the border Into Canada
stity miles away where there are no
extraction taws to cover desertion
A SQUARE DEAL
- When too bay anTtbin in this drug store roa et a
CuCiL Ewryone i here believe ia the -squii
deal It is a standing rule with cs to either givt too a
square deal or your money back. '
FORMALLY ORDERED. '
Set For Saturday but Numbers of Men
Went Out Friday. I
St. P terturc. Aug. 3. A!:h(iKh '
S.tturdar bad bfen st for general!
itrike. mm ftnrloyed In a dozen titat'
luhmrc's wtnt out Prl lay. '
Gets Largest Majority Ever Received
by a Democrat
Cbattanooga. Aug. 3. In Thursdays
election Captain J. F. Shlpp was re-
elected sheriff of Hamilton county ty
the larpeit majority ever received by
acy iVmert-rnt. reci'Mng l.r.nO votes
more man r.:s liepuniiran opjxinent.
l)n sreouct of the recent lytehtng of
j: 1 Jot.r.mn and the cttatl.m ff the
sheriff to arrear before th. I"nlt-1
ft; tt supreme court to thow why he
should not be dt dared in contempt
ef that court the rare had taken tn
E. J. JE N KINS
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Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906, newspaper, August 4, 1906; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth321875/m1/1/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .