Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 309, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 4, 1906 Page: 1 of 6
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Eleventh Year No. 309
Bryan Texas Tuesday Morning December 4 1906.
Price 5 Cents . .
SHORT SESSION IS ON
Both Brandies of ConTreiu Called
to Order Monday.
THROWN FROM CAR.
Imported Smyrna Fig
Stuflcd Date Washed Figs in Basket
Edam Cheese Pineapple Cheese
Glace Cherries and Pineapples
From London: Huntley & Palmer Biscuits
Boy your Fruit Cake ingredients
Sellers of Fresh Roasted Coffee
TORNADO INSURANCE This class of insurance
; r. 7 should be in order for now
is the season of . storms and Bryan is .not
proof against such disasters. It is cheap and
there is no reason vhy every one should not be
protected. I write Tornado Insurance on ail
classes of property. ASK ME FOR RATES.
FIRE INSURANCE If you are holding cotton for
" ten cents it's bad business poli
cy not to insure it Small amounts accepted as
well as large ones cither in town or country.
MY RATES ARE REASONABLE.
DON'T FORGET I INSURE ANYTHING IN-
SURABLE. Prompt attention given to all
business large or smalL
GEO. A. ADAMS
Office in Parker building. Telephones 26S
I Am Agent for the Oliver Typewriter.
Invites your continued patronage. We
.are making preparations to enlarge our
etock and otherwise increase our facili-
ties for giving our patron? better service
than ever. Meanwhile we are prepared
to supply all your wants promptly
with the best of everything.
Post Office Drug Store
ARE THE THREE GRACES
And we are doing our best to perfect them and already have
them down to a vet)' fine point. A trial from our
well selected stock will convince you of the
' truth. We always have on hand the
best of staples and the new-
and choicest delica-
cies of the
GIVE US YOUR DECEMBER BUSINESS -
E. J. FOUNTAIN
Phones 111 and 179
INQUIRY OF PENROSE
rtiat;!ftlr Ksaater latrodare
Btuvlatioa lalllsg Prrsldeat
te tire Bsasea rer IHsaiv
I ef 5fre Troop.
Pacific Exprru Ufswijer li Ter-
ON COTTON BELT BY
gasditf Was lllow Ops a the 8afa
aid Tat All the ah aad
VtarbilU aai Harl lie
tedlaa Oat tag Deer.
Washington. rc. 3. The short aet-
loo of the Fifty-ninth congress wu
called to order la both to branchea
promptly at noon to-day.
In the senate Senator Penroee of
renniylvanla Introduced a resolution
calling on th president for all Infor-
mation regarding the dismissal of a
battalion of negro troops at Fort Reno.
Okla. on account of the affair at
The fact that congress nut for the
short session had the effect early in the
day of giving the rapltol an appear-
anc of artlvlty such as It has not pre-
sented since adjournment fast June.
The first day'a session ni-er develop
much Interest to those used to attend-
ing sessions but on no other day Ua
It sem to possess a greater charm for
the average citizen. Doth visitors
and members found tho great build-
ing In excellent hai to receive them.
Vast as Is tho structure. It has been
thoroughly renovated both Inside and
out during the rectus. nd It lKkel
clean and Inviting. All commute
rooms have rweUed a thorough over-
hauling ricturea have been repuve-
nuted and the two chambers complete
y cleaned tip.
SenatLii -ud numbers of the bouse
began tu irrtve early in the day arf
there wet ' many cordial greeting la
th nrt1irj ami on the floor. Th
Teiarkaoa. Dm. I. Th eipress car
f th Cotton Belt train under charg
C Conductor Blair was entered near
R4 ffater about thirteen mil aonth
of her. Saturday alght by bandlU
who dynamited the safe and took ail
cash and waybills. Arriving at Red
Water It was found that Messenger
Orlisette was missing and splotches
of blood la th car bore evidence that
he had beea In a terrible encounter.
A negro entered the depot at Red
Water and wild a man badly Injured
and apparently dead was lying beside
th track a mile from there. A party
went out and found the meelger with
bis skull fractured and barely able to
wblsper. He was lirought to th Cot-
ton Celt htKpltal here.
An effort was made last Wedsenday
night t'i wreck the same train. '
Grlsstte l la an unconscious con!l
tlon. yr a brW period at noon Fun
day he was conscious. He Mated tbnre
wer two rnkbers and h knew one
ef thm Phynlrlnn said Hunday night
there wan no hope of hi recovery
His wife reached here from their home
at Comlrana Sunday night at 7 o'clock
His skull Is fractured In two place
at the lue of the brain and on top of
the head. Klther a heavy club or
tilee of Iron must have been used.
The amount of money taken Is not
known. Th bandit took along be-
.!.!. i mown. ia n
"r'r r J' ":L .L Li aide th. ch. th waytm.
though many meeting. ere letween i A similar robber r took place at the
i.. ' . - r ame place over five year ago. At
7wVM that time no blood wa. she The Safe
- .. t wa dynamited and. It wa reported
or i ee ling ... ' l-een 15'VOOO and S0.A atolen.
ha h- hrt .elon would t Hpertnteaent tdgell of th Pacific
witness llttl- legislation beyond the j Eiares. company
passage of the appropriation bill -but n.ch money taken 'n.SturdY nht
If anv one thinks we will not find ' raid as there was little cash being
If anr on thinks we
something to talk about be has an-
other gues." said one lawmaker and
there were general acquiescence.
For fifteen minute before noon
Monday there was a gsneral reception
on th floor of the senate with greet-
ings and congratulations. When th
Ignat for the e!on wa given th
senator seventy-nil of whom were In
their places rose to their foot and
the venerable chaplain. Rev. Edward
Kvcrett Hale pronounced the Invoca-
tion Roll call followed the prayer
warn Senator Pupot of Delaware took
the oath of office being presented at
the bar of the senate by hi colleague
On motion of Senator Hale of Maine.
M.t. .. nirreed to. the vice presi
dent appointed Senators Hale and IVt-
tun as a committee of a Joint similar
committee from the house to notify
the president that congress was In
w-bi-lon and ready to proceed with
bnrlres. ... .
Hetutor Cullore secured the adop-
tion of a resolution Instructing the
rS-rk of the senate to Inform the house
that It hnd a quorum present and was
After the Introduction of Senator
Tarson s resolution regarding the dis-
charged nesro troops Senator Hal
nnounced the president would have
a mentiaKe hefore the s.fiate In a few
rntn ite relating to nomination. To
await this recess for ten minute was
taken at 12: 15 p. m.
On receipt of the nominations from
the white house the senate at 1!:53
o clock went into executive session.
The enttmates made by the secre-
tary of the treasury for public works
In Teiaa as submitted to congres are
as follows: Improvement of Sabine
I'aas. ICM.OOO; Improving mouth of
Rraxo river. 1137.5"; Improvements
of fialveston harbor. I'loOOOo; Im-
provements of Galveston ship canal
and Buffalo bsyou. 3o.ooo; improve-
ments of West Galveston bay. IVmble
havoii. Trlnltv river. Anahuac chan
nel and Cedar bayou. IlO.Ooo; main-
tenance of Improvement at Brao
river. I'.O.noo; continuing Improve
ments of Rraios river from Old Wash-
ington to Waco. i::5.0'W: Velasco to
Old WaRhlnclon. $10 Improve-
ments of Trinity river. 3H.:57.
This Is up to the fiscal year ending
June 30. 19nS.
Canton. Pec. 3. A large mevtlng
las been held here to consider the
CikpoiMl of the accumulated funds
subscribed to maintain the r-cent
boycott on merlran goods A res v
lutlon was Mooted to et it!lh Indus-
trial Institution with tha object in
view of being Independent or rorclgf
shipped out of Teia at present.
Cotton belt railway and Pacific Ex
presa cempsny have offered tl.oo f'
the arrest and Tronvtctlon or tne ro-
bers and Sheriff Rochell haa ffrod
Three me witre arrested on th same
trwln at Cwmden. Ark seventy nU
north of here. Colonel O. K. Whoeler
of the Cotton B:t secret service loft
fjr Camden on first train.
With Hook Made of Wire Fsthor Save
Hi Son' Life.
Munkogee. pec. 3. While Mr. Flerey
nl family were Thursday eating their
Thanksgiving dinner their ten-year-old
son gt a part of th turkey's wiahbone
lodged fh Ms throat and for a tlmo it
looked Uke the efforts of the famCy
to rive the hoy relief would bo of no
avail finally Mr. Elerey lxed a wlr
and making a crude hook of It succeed-
ed In gstting a hold on the bone and
pulled It ot Tho boy suffered severe-
ly during the operation but Is recov-
Earthquake Again FolL
New York. pee. 3. A Herald cabl
dispatch from Valparaiso says earth-
quakes are again being felt but ther
la Utile alarm.
Some negroes had a fight at Martet
ta. Fla. Seven wer shot three prob-
Turbine steamship Yale was launch-
ed at Chester. I'a.
At Lubbock. Te.. coal Is retailing
at 1 11 cent per pound.
Zlon Rest Fanner I a new negro
publication at Meila. Tex.
Two wlars to the Baptist sanitarium
at Dallas will cost 1 150000 each.
Purlng November there were I9f
births and 103 death In Pallas county.
A car ran through a rail at Brook-
lyn. Fifty passengers bad narrow as-
ripe. In a Katy wreck at Checotnh. I. T..
Fireman Joe Pouglas had a Jaw broken
In three places.
For assaulting George Moore a
young reporter. Mayor Fawcette of Ar-
grnta. Ark. was fined f I.
C. K. Hamilton an American aero-
nauL wa saodbaggoJ at the City of
Mexico and robbed of 11.100.
Wh-e plowing near Plrect. Lamar
county. Texas a farmer named Sa
der unearthed even keleton.
Mr. Rockwall ha been elected man-
ager of the Five Million club. A cam-
paign to boost Texa baa been planned.
At a Rugby football game at Swan-
sen. Wal. ther were 6fl.rt0 specta-
tor. It required eighty train to trans-
Eugene Powllng. a wealthy cltlren
of Montgomery. Ala. charged with
rrftolnally assaulting hla daughter got
Boston capitalist bought thirty ec-
tloas of land near Stanton Tea. u
land will bo cut up Into tracta and sold
While unloading hay near Boefne.
Tea. EmU Weber was shot and killed
and bt wife wounded. Party dolag
the shooting escaped.
BNK OF BRY N
U. S. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY
Surplus and Profits
Deposits - - -
x We solicit the accounts of firms
individuals and corporations prom-
ising every courtesy and facility
consistent with prudent banking.
J. w. HOWELL
GUY M. BRYAN JR
H. 0. B0ATWRICHT
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F. M. LAW .
Grand Opera House
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by;thomas DIXON. JR.
From His Two Famous Novels. "The Leopard's Spots"
and "The Clansman"
Specially selected cast of forty principals small army
of supernumeraries and a troop of cavalry horses car-
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I respectfully solicit a share of your business guarantee
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If yon can't come to see me call my phone t nd your bus-
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