Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 229, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 1, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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Bryan Texas Saturday Morning September 1 1906.
Eleventh Year. No. 229
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EXPIRES IN A COURT
Deceased Who Had filled a Audi
ber of Important I'oiiUoat Was
Overtaken br (rlm Itraper
Omaha Aue. Sl.Edward Uosewa-
ter the well known newspaper man
and prominent politician waa found
lead In dlitrlrt courtroom No. C on
the third floor of the lite building at
in early hour todajr.
Mr. Ilosewater who had cons Into
the room for a ahort reit Tburaday
alht was discovered dead br the
laoltor of the building-. Heart failure
caused hl death. Ik-ceased bad evi-
dently aat down on a bench In the
courtroom and fell asleep.
Mr. Roaewater went to Waterloo
Neb. Thursday afternoon and made a
ipeech at a Republican meeting and
reached Omaha on bla return and went
to his office In the Bee building and Is
known to hare been In his offlc In
the evening but was not seen by
members of his family after returning
When Judge Troup who presides
over emirt No. 6 arrlvjd at the court-
room Friday morning he was surprised
to find the limp lifeless body of Mr.
Roaewater on a bench. The body was
removed to his residence.
Dr. Charles Rosewater a brother of
the dead editor attributed the auddea
death of his brother to results which
followed the excitement attendant
upon a long campaign. In which Mr.
Rosewater waa a prominent candidate
for United States senator.
Edward Roaewater founder and ed-
itor alnr in 71 of the Omaha Bee. was
born at Ilukovaa. Bohemia. In 1141.1
He came to the L'ntted States in 1154
and began to work as a telegraph op-
erator when eighteen years old. From
161 to 1M.3 be was a member of the
United States military telegraph corps
and In later years became manager
of the Pacific Tclccrapb company at
Onnha. He was at various times a
member of the advisory board of the
United States mint commission and
representative of the United State
and vice president of the Universal
i'oslal congress. He was the original
promoter of the Transmlsslsstppl ex-
position held at Omaha in li'.'S. Ho
was a candidate for United States sen-
ator btfore the Republican state con-
vention at Lincoln.
Matter That Cotton Producing States
and Railroads Are Interested In.
Washington. Aug. 31. A hearing of
Importance to cotton producing states
and to cotton earning railroada mill
be held here by the Interstate com-
merce commission Sept. 12. It will
relate to a petition that will be re-!
celved by the commission for author j
Ity to change rates and report cotton
less thirty days' notice to the com-
mission which Is provided for In the
new Interstate commerce art Rail-
road officials say tf the Interstate com-
mission Insists upon the provision of
the new law for thirty days' notice
the change of rates to cotton shippers
can easily adjust themselves to the
situation. It will be necessary for the
commission to Issue an order aa to
the matter but before doing so It has
been decided to bear all sldei of the
TO BE INSTRUCTED.
Filipino Students Will See Methods of
Washington Aug. 11. C. W. Suth-
erland of the bureau of InsuUr af-
fairs who has charge of the Filipino
students being educated in thla coun-
try at government espense left Wash-
ington lor New Orleans. He will
make arrangements there to place ag-
ricultural studenta In positions where
they may acquire knowledge of meth-
ods of growing sugar tobacco rice
and other crops suited to the Philip-
pine Island. Whether the students
will b placed In southern agricultural
schools or on plantations depends upon
local conditions which will have to be
met after Mr. Sutherland reaches New
Orleans. From that city he will go
to meet a party of eight students soon
to arrive In thla country.
ENTICED LITTLE GIRL
Wretch Attempted Improper Liberties
Child Screamed and Man Fled.
Denlson Aug. 31. A man enticed a
girl nine years old from home carried
her to an alley and attempted ic1
proper liberties with her person. The
child screamed for help and the scoinv
drel fled. The entire police force was
at once put to work on the rase The j
man was arrested and lodped In Jail
A formal charge of attempted rape was
lodged against him. The child Is the
daughter of a well known grocer.
Cuero. Tet. Aug. 31. Two carloads
of cotton burned here.
SERIES OF OVATIONS.
From Battery to Hotel Enthusiasm
New York. Aug. 31 Mr. Bryan's
entry Into New York was a series of
ovations beginning with bis landing
at the Battery at 4 o'clock and reach-
ing an early climax when be arrived
at the Victoria hotel. Twenty-seventh
and Broadway an hour later. Here
the bomu-comlng Nebraskan was fair-
ly mobbed by thousands of persons
ouUid the hotel entrances and the
hundreds who bad forced their way
Into the corridors. Finally an en-
trance was effected by the police and
Mr. Bryan reached the lobby stairs.
He was halted and called on for a
speech and the crowd surged about
blra cheering lustily all the while.
Mr. Bryan lifted bis band acd called
"Ladles and gentlemen." he began.
"I believe that later thla evening It
li time for me to make a speech and
you must not expect one now. When
a man Is In a difficulty be has a tight
to call upon bla friends for assistance
trying to get homeetaolnhardlcmfwyp
1 am In a difficulty. 1 am trying to
get home but I have been traveling
ao much of late that for the life of me
I can hardly tell where my home Is."
"In Washington' called an enthu-
"The white house" shouted another.
"And we're going to put you there."
yelled a third.
Then every one cheered. Mr. Bryan
"I thought my home was In Nebras-
ka." be aald.
"Only until 1901." shouted the crowd.
"Some said It was In Missouri."
added Mr. Bryan amid laughter. "I've
come to the conclusion that it I find
friends like this everywhere. I don't
care where borne Is. 8oon I'm going
to take another course In politics for
at a recett gathering In London
where several langaagea were spook-
en 1 felt constrained to make excuses
because I could speak but one. But
I would bave to know every language
In the world to tell you bow much I
Blocka Filled With Them Waiting For
Bryan to Land.
New York. Aug. 31. On every train
arriving Thursday were scores of men
with their families. Westerners were
In the majority. Broadway hotels
were filled with them. Blocks from
Twentythlrd street to Forty-second
street were filled with typical men of
the west waiting for Mr. Bryan to
come a h ore.
Fourth and Madison avenues and
Twenty-eUth and Twenty-seventh
truii r rnneit to nrevcr.t crowds
getting too close to the entrance toj
Madison Square Garden.
Scores of workmen were in Madison
Square Garden early arranging seats
Chief Inspector Cartwrlrht. In
charge had uuder blm two Inspectors
nine captain ten sergeants and COO
JOINED IN PARADE.
Members of the National Democratic
New York. Aug. 31. Members of
the Democratic national committee
now In this city Joined In the Bryan
procession from the Battery to the
Hotel Victoria. They rode In carriages.
Sevn Nebraskan mayors were Includ-
ed In Mr. Bryan's escort.
Among arrlvala Thursday of Demo-
crats from other cities to attend the
Bryan reception were Governor Blanch-
ard of Louisiana Mayor Dunn of Chi-
cao at the bead of the Iroquois club;
RIerson Jennlag. with twenty five
Philadelphia delegates; Governor
gwanson. Senators Martin and Daniel
and Congressman Flood from Virginia.
Governor Folk of Missouri with a
atate delegation. Governor Werfleld of
Maryland twenty-one delegates from
New Hampshire and a delegation from
DRAGGED TO DEATH.
Head and Shoulders of Victim Terri-
Alvarsda. TeY. Aug. J I. Near this
place the mule team of W. B. Cos-
grove of the Willow Grove community
ran away. In trying to get off the
wagon Mr. Cosgrcve'a feet became en-
tangled in the harness and he was
dragggd 20" yards and killed. His
bead and shoulders were badly crush-
ed and mangled.
Oellvers Address on Spot Fifty Years
Ago Made Historic.
Ossawatomie. Kan.. Aug. 31. Here
on the battlefield where a half cen
tury ago. the first armed conflict over
slavery took place. Vice President Fair
banks delivered on Thursday an ad
dress to S.ftoo persons. The occasion
was the celebration of the fiftieth an
niversary of the battle of Ossawato-
mie In which John Brown was a ccn
Muskogee. Aug. 31 This city Is to
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