Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 4, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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CO IT ALONE.
j JUSTICE TO JOHNSCN.
Ohio Prohibitionist 8P' Thn M ef cv.nd Hi. No Fln.nclal
.w othsrs. i . 1 1 1. u
i. rMm th Othsrs.
II Tl a -
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Coiumou.. - he rroUb.
WBU0B hCr! Jll d - Jd the.r par-
tr from other eW
lion condemned the A'K. form
in (ai In" nu " .n
mtarest In Railway
Cleveland. Au-i. 3 -In the dispatch-
er ha:e: d t.y the Associated Press on
July I." la describing the controversy
novr iroeccdlig -r .h trvet rail-
way situation In this Jl' "'n;""
mt-nt wi.s n.:oo t'.r.t t e railway V:-.
ci the Clivila:..! F.Ut:lc ton.pany o:
Fulton street tr torn up by rrer.
. .1 . i fT-ir To.'
acting unaer me cuoi. -
l. Johnson and t'.:ut this action ;."
Disorder st Reval. owing to t!i roiullna controversy 1-.
reral Russia. Auk. 3 -MiUtsry !1- (half nf th. Forest City
order. bare br " bf re a 'r" l!nP- hbd h" h' in' .
orders ua.w 1... rnn come under
lain luuuii - -
i.ud control s me inuui-.
loon tax - legislation woman
dec.ar.ng o BrMtrao.
suffrage. iDi'rw t.Mto ty
SSfl rRlJ tank n-
CRICSBY WAS WEALTHY.
LONQ CAUSES STIR. "iQ
tUte Left by Rxllroad Contractor Stints in Plymouth Colony Could) Ba
Valued at Half Million Dollar. I Counted on Fingtra Saya Ho.
Palla. Aug. 3. Tlie wl!Lf the late i New York. Auf. 3. John p. Lone.
former secretary or ice nary says a
... 1. 1
unsuccessful. i addition to relating trie lacis na
to tho tearing up of th rail or t!.
it-veland F.lee trlr Hallway rompny.
the additional sta'cment was nwde
that Mayor J..hi1(...n "wa rrodt . .1
with tidnic larr-ly Ir.terfsted In tho
Municipal Trai-tlon cofpany.
ThU tat.mnt waa unwarranted
and in believed to be entln-ly untruo
If In Ita reading It Intended to rrea-
at'e the Imrrenslon that Mayor John-
ann had any financial InU-M-at what-
i .t... rnriai ntv rumuanv anu
la contrary to every public atatement
made by that official he bavlnu pi-
clflcally anticipated by public an-
nouncement any nuc h poHalblllty. That
. .... i.nn im.Tikt.Ml in the auccea
nf the cornrany as an ultimate munici
pal ownerShlp propoHition. dui pnnm-
rilv to pcrnre a lower iare. c
The Associated I ess. tnen-nnc.
slrea to dliiclalm Hny Knowieusr
motive other than this public inierrm.
and to disavow any other suCestlon
In making the rtatement telegrapbed.
. ai a .
attempt was tna'io mcj ll'r""-'"
to blow up police headfjuartera build-
inir. U waa frustrated by the click-
Inir of the Infernal machine which
had bcrn hidden In a laundry bas-
ket Work Resumed.
Houston. Auk. 3. Fifty moulders In
the Southern 1'aclflc shops who bad
been on strike a week on minor fi.ev-
ancea have returned to work. Klvfng up
IUga. Russia. Auk. 3-Drai?oons
Matured 60't persons at a recent revo-
lutionary meeting. All present were
PEPYS AND EVELYN.
Gcorgr- M. D. (irtgsby t.' tai who
died on June 2J at Jvffersoa "?J-. was
filed for probate here. Ij. J (Jijbby.
brother of the i!i.'h:im1. Is ca: iel aa
executor without bond. The exec-
utor entlmatts the value of the es-
tate at about $oino. contesting prin-
cipally ot money In back nnd lar.k
stoks. A lui ;c portion of the estate
Is In Dallas county.
The will provides that his Just
debts e paid and that the sum of
ttf.oou be expended by tho executor In
th i.uvinmt of tbt funeral exM-nses
vt the testator's deceased wife and of
himself and In the etettlon itt.d build-
ing of a suitable vault for the remains
Of the two.
"All the rest and residue of my pnt
erty wherever situated whether la
possession reversion or nnialiider. In-
cluding one policy of Insurance In the
Equitable Lit Insurance company for
the sum of $2.it'0 and three policies
of Insurance for fj.Oou each In the
New York Life Insurance company
which wcro made payable to my said
deceased wife I hereby devise and be
queath to my sister. Mrs. J. it. Kelb.
of Lexington. Ky.. to her and to her
heirs and assigns forever."
The Instrument was dated June 27
dliMsn-h to the Tribune from i'ly
mouth. Mass stirred up a lot of ex-
citement at the tercentenary of the
first church nf Plymouth by his ad-
dress on the Pilgrim fathers.
"The saints In Plymouth colony can
rt counted on the fingers." he said.
"t3ome of tbe very elect were false to
DIKrrrnr la Mrh.Nl. of Ike" T
repyV narrative I always dramatic
himself tx'lng tbe center of the play-
trbilo Evelyu Is historical pathetic or
didactic as tbe iihkmI wises blm. lVpys
glrea us the emiedy of his time as
Ilautus and Terence gave us tbe com-
edy of theirs. Evelyn on tbe other
hand has something of IJvy lit bis
composition and not a little of Cicero.
Compare for Instance their treatment
of tbe irrent fire and you may measure
ihm tttttnce between them. Thus It Is
that Tepys account !cglns: "Some of
our maid sitting up lato last night to
get things rendy agalnxt our feast to-
Argument In Hartje Divorce Case to
Begin Monday Nest.
Pittsburg. Aug. 3. After twenty-
nnn and a half days of sessions the
Hartje divorce case terminated rather
suddenly Thursday. With tbe con
.... .1 th. .ttnrrrvi and at tbe SUg
gestlon of Judge Fraxer. the time for
beginning the argninenis
nnt Monday morning. J-idge Fraxer
.....t n In the announced bf-:ore tne r -:
vuj .. - - - . - .. .. i subm tiea to mm pj
mnrniri to tell us of a great fire they
saw In the city. So I nwm ami slipped
en my nightgown and went to her win-
dow." And now turn to Evelyn ami
aee the temper In which he views the
destruction of the city. "The clouds
of smoke were dismal and reached tip-
on computation near fifty mile In
length. he writes tbe day after the
fire. "Thus I left It this nfrrnoon
burning n resemblance of Sodom or
tbe last day. It forcibly called to my
mind tlmt passage. 'Son enlm blc ha-
bemus stnbllem clvltatem.' the ruins
resembling the picture of Try. Lon-
don was. but It Is no more!"
pop.vs sets the scene la-fore you like
a man; Evelyn reflects upon tbe trnge
1 n wt!Ii! Ini-etilous In reference
nnd nulck with allusbtti. We need not
discuss whl. h Is the U-tter method but
It mnr surelr le sabl that the world
Will produce niiotlier bnndre.l Evelyns
It ffisblnns H ftttlllg TlVfll tor
repy '-ondon Spectntor.
wtii.ii nue is sick there is usually
something In tbe stomach that nature
-.. i.i tiimnr no. ben one nns uuir
fi.nn nature is striving to remove of-
r.wi;iM. miiti-rial from the system.
When one jM-rsplrcs profusely nature la
p-ttliiij rid of blood poisons uiroug" '
skin. One should never attempt to
check nny such effort without In-lng
sure that Its arrest will be lencfk-ial.
Thv Atviaaorlaa Kra.
Tlie Alexaudrlan era U by some au-
thorities liegiin with tho death and by
others with t!ie birth of Alexnuder the
Great. For a long tln:e efter the death
of Alexand.-r tills era was In common
use In Egypt and many or the conn-
tries which had lssn under his nil?.
Itl-ecan No-. 12 3JI IVC.
Wednesday evening as he intennea
to leave for his vacation next Tbura-
At.. v after tne case waa
i.. ir iiartlo waa surround
. . .. - .... nf rHnH who snook
ru iy a i""r " --
her hand and congratulated her on
the manner In which ste neia up cm-
j .v. ...-..ra alraln. AUKUbiub
nt-r i no r- . . .
Hartje sat In his chair watching his
if rln.Mv. He. too. snowca re.m.
but said nothing.
Th. Hits Each OtI rucnen
Stockdale and Hickman.
.h Ko.ithrrn nast-ball league
nm.. at Memphis Thursday StocK
dale and Hickman allowed but three
a. i ... k CK ravarfirt fiV ored n the
. . .. . i .1.. s.r-K- rim ri tnf
e'.gn'li inuum i"
Nashville i; Pirmlngham 3.
Montgomery. ; Atlanta. 2.
New York. 11; Petrol.. 1.
Chicago. 3; l!o?on.
St Louis. 11; W.hlneton. 2.
Philadelphia. 3; Cleveland.' 2; tea
Cincinnati. 7; Ii:ton.
Fort Worth. 1; Ial!as. 0.
Cleburne. 4; Waco. 1.
South Texas League.
Reaumont. 4; San Antonio. 3.
Galveston. 2; Ike Charles. 1.
Houston. 1; Austin. 0.
Complete Returns From This Number
Have Been Received.
Dallas. Aug. 3. Complete returns
from eighty counties have been re-
ceived. These eighty counties will
hiv. r7 votes in the state convent Ion.
and of this number the apportionment
gives Campbell 68.87; lirook. s -.
Colquitt 67.C8; Hell. 52.31. Their
pooular vote In these eighty counties
la aa follows: Campbell. 27.028: Col
quitt 21.279: Dell. 19.681; Urooka. 1..-
789. Including the returns irom me
Incompleted countlea. their vote Is:
Campbell. 79.943: Brooks. oi-
rultt. 64.967; Hell. 64.088.
Up to Friday morning Davidson for
lieutenant governor had 97811 votes
and Hill. M.63D.
In the contest for railroad commis-
sioner. Storey has 1 1.873 and William
letter returns maxe no material uu-
ference In contests for congressmen.
BULLETIN TO. II
San Francieoo ajiftits rejtort that thev are
apain l'at.tl an.: the ilemaiul for HKATH &
M1LLHJAN PAINTS it Miornioin. Six cars
already on way and hy time City is rebuilt more
Heath it Mitlan Taint will have heen uped
than all nUu-r jaints put together.
SOLI) KXCLfslVKLY HY
GARTH HOWELL & WEBB
Chairman Andrewa Wants Them
Mailed to Him at One.
Houston Aug. 3. Chairman An-
drews of the Democratic state exec-
utive committee asks that all county
returns be mailed I.Ira on Saturday.
The law requires that all returns be
registered. He says the urgency of
this request Is to enable him to have
the unofficial return tabulated be-
fore the committee meets at Dallas on
Aug. 13. 'If I can get the returns
promptly." says Mr. Andrews. ' I can
have the tabulation made up. and
when the committee meets It can open
the official returns and quickly verify
t-ihiitutlon an reoulred by law.
Otherwise the temporary organizaUon
of the convention may be seriously de
JUDGE RAINS DIES.
jons D. L0X&
their trust and used their position to
riatner tneir nu rests la ser to me
i trust 'ban any president of a modem
Insurance company. Wltliin tne nrsi
decade social vlcea Infested the com
munity; drunkenness bickering slan-
der llcenclousnes and even crime
against nature were common. All this
took idaee In a community of very Urn
Ited number. No New England vil-
lage of today need fear comparison
alth the early Plymouth colony."
TUESDAY THE DAY.
Candidates Required by Law to File
Statement of Expenses Then.
Austin. Aug. 3 Tuesday Is the date
fixed under the Terrell election law for
candidate to file Itemized tatemcnt
of election expenses. The law makes It
mandatory on the part of all candi
dates to do this and tr tney ran mey
will be guilty of a misdemeanor. State-
ment must be filed with the county
Judge. Many statements will be read
According to advice received up to
noon Friday at Storey headquarter
Judge Storey has 2S4 and William 210
votes In the state convention In the
ra-e for railroad commissioner.
J. W. BATTS
Real Estate Agent
f11c- lii Taliaferro buildln opposite
the Court Hon-. tTVUm 3i.
Jve in ot!lc the o.M.V s"t of Ab
tract ...k of Hrsx.M Couutj-
An 85 acre farm on the
Pitt Bridt?e road. Price
$800.00 for 30 days. This
place is worth $15.00 per
acre. Rent for 1906 included
in sale at above price.
One of Best Authorities on Tesa His
tory and Noted Author.
Austin. Aug. 3 After a brief I!
death ba claimed Judge C. WSiltfli.
state historian and llbnirljfl. - wblcn
IKisltlon he held a numbor of year.
Judge Kalns was bor In Macon.
Ga. In 1S33. was a gradvrute of Prince-
ton university and a reldent of Texas
since 1HC3. He was till- author of sev-
eral historical works and recognized
a one of the best authorities on Tex-
a history In this stale.
A Well Known Cure for Piles.
Curss obstinate sores chip?! har.la. eo
tern ikln liseai. Makes turns srvl sc!
rainless. We couli not improve the quality
If paid double the pn. The test salve
that experience can produce or that mone
Cures Piles Permanently
C?Virt"s l Pit en-insl ar.i cn!y curs ar.J
reruT.- V.'.tch H-.Ml'lv! ir tis. Loc foi
tn i.it.( CV.'!TT cn ev-y t nt. All o-lut
srs c.;.t--f! t. rrr:T
C. C DjWITT CO.. CHICAOO.
SoI'a by Emmel & nlalcny
Said to Be Son of Former Secretary
of the Treaury.
Seattle. Wash.. Aug. 3. E. A. Cage
aald to be a son of former Secretary
of the Treasury Oage. hot blmsell
through the heart at the Tourist ho-
tel In this city Thur-iy afternoon
The Seattle acquaintance of Mr
Gage aay that they are not urprlsed
at the aulclde. a he ha been acting
strangely for ome time.
What ExSecretary Say.
San Diego. Cal.. Aug. 3. Lyman J-a-.
-hun mii.iI un at Polnte Ioma
a'tate'd over the telephone that the
fh Seattle suicide corre
Si a hit
.tA with th:it of hla son. but
i. .iraimo if it l the latter
that I dead as no one In faeattle haC
Chief of the Warav Gendarmerie h
Shot to Death.
Warsaw. Aug. 3. General Mark
s-raffsky. chief of the Warsaw gen
darmle. was shot and killed near her
Mafon. C.a. Aug. 3. One hundred
ami twenty mc tubers of the Urother
..-Kd c.f Kail way Carmen In the cm
i inv nf the Central of ('.rgla railway
went on strive demanding a unlforiri
achance In v.:ses of 2 12 rent atj
hniir The (ncnaay grtr.ten irrn ii
to 2 1- cil's advance but it ' C
derst.-c '1 t..at the tin' were nut i-J't-fi
wl:h tint arrar.se n-.er.t. is: t
BLED TO DEATH.
Sad Fat of Man Wh Accidentally
Ilalllnger. Tex.. Aug. IvThe re
mains of Harrey Carmb haelwere
found In the Plato ana nmraer
pasture two miles south of Rowena
and an Investigation made by the au
thorltles disclosed the fact that he
had accidentally shot himself In a
li.ff and In attemntlnc to Ket to the
nearest neighbor's house h bled to
death. His remains were shipped to
Fort Worth for Interment.
FOLLOWS LOVED ONE.
Grief Over Wife' Suicide Drive Hut-
band to Die of Opium.
Huntington. W. Va.. Aug. 3 Wil
liam Wtber. a prominent government
contractor tcsik opium with suicidal
Intent Thursday. He died at a local
hospital Friday morning. Weber s
wife committed suicide by drowning
herse lf In the Sabine river nt lleau-
nior.f Ti t two months aito. and grief
over her death is supposed to have
hU aulclde WeVer's home
was at lleaiitsi "" 1 1 fin I I'l'Minii.ts
f..r th. IlafTil States building bellig
r..rti. UVru-ee nf l Ui i .iiiilTra.
nndfeVoiily rec i ntly bee n awarded tnr
met for th new government
Gilding at Iios Anglers. Cal.
MOTHERS' CLUB PROTESTS.
Doe Not Like Funny Page Appearing
In the Newspaper.
Knr.ts. Tex.. Aug. 3 At a nm-tlng
of the Knnls oMthcrs club a protest
was voted against the publication by
newspapers of the funny pages. The
re-soltulon followed a discussion ef
iinw ran We Cultivate a Taste for
Good Literature In Our Homes?" It
wf tt 4 i..-lnrt Ih nt the nect of tnese
funny pages Is detrimental to clean
language and the recognition ot pure
art and real humor.
Only Name Yet Defeated.
I-aredo. Aug. 3. The name of J.
p Pranks was the only one on the
Democratic primary ballot In thl
omintv for the lealxla' ire. yet a uf
flclent number of person wrote the
name of Mr. Heacn to eiect me lauer
Meets at Hot Springs.
Khreerrrmrt. A US'. 3. W. I Foster
member of the e-ecutlve committee
of the Southern Cotton association
has been advised that President Jor
Hun hna railed a meeting of the com
mlttee to be held In Hot Spring sept
6 7 and 8.
Hit by Wagon Tongue.
i..tti Aiiir a In attempting to
inn a t. am attached to a fire wagon
at a fire In which the roof of the
v.rotno hnii I was badly burcad a
iht wntrlitnan waa hit by a wagon
tnneu and badly Injured. Friday
TVilntrv n.. Aim. 3. Judge Rabcock
rendered a derision sustalr.lng Judge
L-inLi ami ivi rrulln2 RttortieVS In
Ice case s.
Reorganization of Cabinet.
St Petersburg. Aug. 3 The report
that Emperor Nirhola had flatly re
fused to accept the conditions to which
Premier Stolvoln nerced In negotla
tlons with Count lleyden Alexander
C!-hVnff Prlnca Nicholas Lvoff. Paul
winoirrailof and Senator Konl for the
ronrcanlzatlon of the cabinet ana
which the nremler recommended the
emneror to accetn turns ouc o o'
true. Official confirmation came Frl
COLQUITT TO CAMPBELL.
Hinted That Former May Throw
Laat Votes to Latter.
San Antonio. Aug. 3. Politician
close to Colonel Campbell. hint that an
arrangement Is on foot whereby Mr.
Colquitt will withdraw from (he race
If he finds that be I to be fourth on
the list on first ballot. His strength
will be thrown to Cedoni'l Campbe ll in
return for the Campbell supiort four
TO MEET IMMIGRANTS.
'''' . '
should go baud In hand
with Liberty and Free-
oiu; therefore don't
wastejour time or money
In wines and llciuor that
will deirlve you of one-
or the either or botb. De-
clare your Independence
of all impure beverage.
You cau easily do thl by
purchasing' your 4th of
July supply of wines aud
liciuor of Ford. You will
receive only the bet
fO BHD'S SAILOW
G-EO TFT X IfcT G-I
..MY STOCK AND 3ALE5 ON..
China and Glassware
You should pries the line anJ Ssvs Money
on your purchsses.
HasweliU's Book Store
With the ncwel uasonable
:abric for Men' Clothing.
The old ieliab!e John Witt
.nan tailor shop can alwayt
be elepcnilcJ upon (or quality
tyle and fit and promptneu.
Give v your orelers.
City and country
property for sale.
r:-. - we : t:il :. off tbe- M- r
XVI-h. l.a'.l nt iiarat.t!ne t.i:. n
T!.i:r- ! i. u ak'.-i a total e f t( l.
I" t. lli Vf.l I - be e!.n-.-re-s fever. I'r
Tro:..:.. in lharte of th- :.! .. lie
. tt:." I the K-U- be ard eif be.-ltl; t"t
he 'is convinced all the fev. r c .'e.s
Da til Bteamtr are chaste.
Strike Affect Thousand.
St Petersburg. Aug. 3 The strike
tSrra Sni iitr- nclr sffeetc-d 13.ni'" tner
lnclurllr.g employes of the electric
Hands and Feet Tied.
Hcli.lr.gfor. Aur. 3. Two civilians
with tbi-ir bands and feet tied were
sent ashore In the n.ldst of a tail o
Six Hund'ed and Twenty Are Coming
From the Fatherland.
I)nlson. Aug. 3 General Traveling
Agent Gerlarh left f'r Galveifnn to
meet the steamer Koe hn from Hremcn
Germany which has 620 Immigrants.
Gerl.ie h will endeavor to provide them
lands along the line of the Katy.
Revolt Break Out.
Santormvla. Ilussia Aug. S A re-
volt ba broken out among the peas-
antry In the Kamlschovka dlstrlrt.
and a number of collisions with the
troo-s rdie atty" have occurred.
Ex Lord Mayor Dead.
London. Auk. 3 Cx Lord Mayor
Watcrlaw Is dead.
A. L MONDRICK M. D.
Oillce at Jam
Special Attention (Jiven
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
W. C. FOUNTAIN
Crown anJ BrUtf work a spec
talty. Office up-stairs .over Burt
H. D. EVANS'
MEKTS ALL TRAINS
AU order receive prompt 1tJMntion
day or night. '
V UO.VK 365 .
Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE
OVER HASWEU.'t BOOK hTCllg
DR. p. H.HARRISON
Offl' t F.mnil k Mi!obt'i t)r Store
Calls answered promptly nl!.t or day
Olra hour S to 12 t it and tot rim
Office 'phne 61. : : lies. 't-bone 13
T. R. Batte
Attorney at Law.
Real Estate for Sale
One niiln east of Hryan ou public
road. Hi 're of land with a good
family residence of six room. Oood
brick cistern. Sixty acre In cult-
ivation and 21 acres In pasture. Two
good tenant bouse. An ideal place
for a dalrr fsrtn and poultry bus-
iness. Cheap and on good time for
Two thousand acre In Hraxo
bottom In Hurleaon county: 17o0
aoroa in liotfooi ami It Ml acre in
prairie. Kanch house lots and
small paature. The finest small
ranch In Texas: Cheap and ou good
Beautify the Complexion
XirJ K v tkouMnJa;
(turantccJ to rmo
id rutori tht
koutv of ViNJth.
Tk wont nt in tnty days. 50c anJ
9 1 00 at all IraJinf dru (turn or by mail
rroeal r NAn0i T01UT CO.. Pui. ts.
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