Bryan Morning Eagle (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TWELFTH YEAR, No. 266, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 16, 1907 Page: 1 of 6
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BRYAN TEXS WEDNESDAY MORNING OCT 10. 1907
PRICE FIVE CENTS
TWELFTH YEAR. NO 200
GRAND OPERA HOUSE i
A FKESH STOCK
Assistant Secretary of State I
Truly a Her.
SAVES YOUTH FROM DEATT
Panel Peacefully Away In the
SON ARRIVES TCO LATE.
THAT GOOD SHOW
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Almonds Filberts tiu.. Nuts Enjsli kd
Almonds and l.nj-li Walnuts. btuttiJ uaies
C.no. Cap.iaei In Charl-i R.ver nd ; R'l' Was In Circulation That the
On of the Two Occupants For In. Departed Wom.n Had Told of Hr
Second Tim. M.d Con. Down but Various Financial Transactions but
Official Swims lo tits Kel.ef. 1 Th.. It Denied.
OLIVES DILL PICK .2S MIXED PICKLES
Howell & Newton
GROCERS AND COFFEE ROASTERS.
The Right Hand of Business
A SuccessNot "an Experiment
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER!! I
The! SundarJ Visible Writer HS!55
Learn about the New Model No. 5 and you'll readily
real le why it is called The Right Hand of Business
It is as essential to a business organization as a right
hand is to man. and as versatile in .ts many functions.
On display in Tyler Haswell s show window. Asa
me to call and demonstrate the mach.n.- to you
Geo. A. Adams fs
H'ihIo'i. Oct. 12 Assistant Set re j
tary of Kt;ite Hohrt I.. Huron figured i
In a hemic r-scui; on the Chares river.!
lit Jiiiiimi lioni Mi' Harvard launch
Veritas ami hain to the rescue of two
boy who li.itl iaiKi.'d in a canoe. ll
saved the 11 f of one. The s'cond boy
win rescu i by J. S. lie. l a student
of Harvard who followed Huron Into
Iiacon wa returning from up river
in a launch The launch bad reached
tbo Cottage Farm brittle when the
party saw a ratio raptlze some dl-
lance away overturned h the wasbt
f a passing tun. On of 'he occu-
pants. J. Ni.ttlng. a Harrard student
held on ic the boat. Ill companion
however wm swept aav and bad
twlee disappeared when Bacon at-
tention war railed to the accident.
Bacon dived Into the water and atnick
out for the drowning boys. Alsaoat at
I the aame Inatant Ueed plumed over-
! board and Baron yelled for him to take
' the boy on tbe ctnoe while he took the
! other one. After swimming for nearly
j fifty-five yard Bacon reached the
I other boy. who bad become uncon-
arloua and was sinking for tbe last
time Grasping him firmly Baron
turned baek tnwarda the launch. which
waa moving toward him aad the men
on the launch drew both on board.
Nashville. Oct. 12 Tblr akiff cap-
alzlng while they were crossing tbe
Cumberland river on a hunting trip.
Thorns J War mark and bia two aona
aged Iwi-ive and thirteen yeara. were
drowiiHil Another nrniant of the
boat a 1.' ' of fourteen awam ashoro.
NEvVS YOUNG HANGED.
With the Newest Seasonable
Men's Clothing 3
The old reliable John Wittman Tailor Shop can always be de-
pended upon f.T qu ility style fit and promptness.
UlVti US YOUR ORDERS
Negro Boy Diet on Gallows For Crinv
New M.-lcaris Oct 12. Xewa Young
a flftee-vy ar-old negro. was hanged
In the mi Nh of St. John the Baptist.
Voting fH ronvttted of the ha rice
of or mi I !.. 1 1 a.H;uiltln an old white
woman in thnt pariah three weeka
afo. WV'i the ed vlrtlm identified
Youna - h"r aKsailant a movement
waa nia.'e to Ivnrh the nejro. but
vn hvit' d by the promlae of the au-
thoiitl - i.r a quick trial.
GREAT FIRE LOSS.
la Betwn Three Hundred and Four
Hundred Thousand Dollars.
Phn Joe. Cal.. Ort 14 A fire which
kroke out In the Arcadrf dry (ooU
Tlore on South Flrat and Fernando
treeta dKtroyed the entire bulldlnn
The loaa air.ounta to betwii f300.OU0
Royal Biraifltii Clothes
FOH "BQyS A ft V C H ILWREff
Are iu every respect the ideal garment for
youngsters. We show the widest variety
of designs in an unlimited range of mater-
ials and patterns. There is the "freshness
of youth" about them that causes them to
appeal to everyone from the factory to
the little fellows that wear them. When
you see the label with the lion inside the
circle with the words '
UROYAU BRAND ja.
That's the line of Clothes
Columbus. O.. Oct. 11. Mm. Cf!
Chadwli'k. whoae ania.liiK financial
tranxai tlutia culminated In the wreck
lnt of an Ot.-rliii bank died in the
niilimiM did at the Ohio atate enl.
tentlary at 1" o'clock Tlitirtrtay nUht.
Mra. Cba li k bad ! n In a romutuae
condition f( r aome boura previous to
bt r death and tbe end came peaceful-
ly. No frienda or relatives were at
her bedaMe; only a few prison at-
tendants. Her aon Ktull Hoover bad
been siiocinioned from Cleveland but
arrived fifteen mlnutea after bis moth-
er had breathed her last.
Mrs. Chad wick embraced tbe Roman
Catholic faith and waa baptised a
few days Lefore her death. Thursday
mornltiR he received tbe last anoint-
ment. It waa repoMo! that Mm. Chadwirk
had made a itmfmnt regarding her
various flnaitf'tt tranaartions and It
was eiper-ted that if such a statement
had been riade It would be riven to the
public after her death. Tbe prison
officials d tared tbat ahe had never
made anr statement so far aa they
were aware and T. E. Powell her at-
torney here also declared she had
never made any statement to bis
Mrs. (.'a utile I Chadwirk. whoae
maiden uame was Klizabetb Biely.
waa a la'lve of Woodstock. Canada.
She first rame Into publir notice at
Toledo. O.. about twenty yeara. ago
where sh told fortunes under the
name of Madame De Vere. While
.i this city she forged the name of
Richard Hiown of Yotingstown. O.. and
for this crime was sent to the pnl
tenttary at Columbus for nine years
She served but a portion of her sen
fence and then located at Cleveland
where ah- married a man named Hoo
ter. Her second htixband waa Dr.
lieroy S. Chadwirk of Cleveland a
man of r.ood family and excellent
standing In his profession.
In the latter part of 1902. or early
In 1!03. Mrs. Chadwirk. In the pres.
ece of lier husband gave to Ira Rey
nolds the rai-hter of the W t Park
bank of Cleveland a box rcn'alnlng
notes slc-i-d with the name of Andrew
Carnegie. These forged noies are al
leged lo have amounted to ST.u'tA.niM).
Keynolda gave to Mrs. Chadwirk
receipt for the papers which describ-
ed the notes and the signature upon
them. Mrs. Chad wick left with Rev-
nolds as an explanation of tbe exist-
ence of the note tbe statement that
ahe was a natural daughter of Car-
aegle. With the receipt of Reynolds in her
possession Mm. Chadwirk went to dlf
frnt banks and many capitalist mak-
lag loans and paying not only high
Interest to the banks hut heavy bo-
nuses .to the bank officials who loan-
ed her money. The extent of these
transactions will never be fully known
but thev run up Into the millions.
They Involved men of high standing
In the financial world and caused
heavy losaoa to many hanlrs.
In November 1! she was sued
by a man named Newton of Brook-
line Mas. from whom she had bor-
rowed a Lire amount which she was
nnahle to pay. Other creditors came
down upon her. and within a short
time she was placed under arrest by
the Fedenl authorities on the charge
of conspiring with Charles Beckwlth.
the president and A. B. Spear of na-
tional bank at Oberlln Q. which had
been substantially looted. Mm. ("had
wick had obtained from this institu-
tion such large sums of money that
It was compelled to close Its .doors
causing heavy losses to the depositors
and ruining many of them.
Mrs. Chadwlck. Beckwlth and Spear
were Indicted for a variety of offens-
es against tbe national banking laws.
Beckwlth riled before coming to trial.
Spear pleaded guilty and waa sentenc-
ed to seven years In the penitentia-
ry and Is now serving time at Colum-
bus. O. Mrs Chadwlck waa brought
to trial on March 6. 19ns and after a
hearing which la. ted two wetks was
found guil'y of conspiracy to defraud
a national bank and was sentenced to
ten yearn lit the penitentiary.
Wagner $ Brandon
Womin Killed Husband Arrested.
Martin. Tex . Oct 12 A negro warn
an namd Mary Williams wa hot
with a plt-tol and killed In the Braox
bottom near here. Her husband has
been arrested. He tlalms It was an
Negro Killed. Son Arrfsttd.
nalncvflrld. Tex.. Oct U Four
miles from here Hart Kelly a negro
was ti..t and killed odls. his son.
thtrtien J "jrs old. was arrested
Percy R. Benton's
Magnificent Scenic Production
"A Cowboy's Girl"
At Story of the Plains
A Complete Original Cast-Carload Special
NEW SONGS! NEW flUSIC!
LOTS OF FUN!
FTOAV DT. 08
Season for Wind Storms is Here Again
Protect Yourself Now. I carry
Fire Plot Gloss. Life .Sick Benefit
Accident and Live Stock Insurance
Only Fir.t CUt Com-
CHc over Goroa-Swall Groetry Gotataiy.
CANT GET ALONG
WITHOUT A COMB
Very well unless you live in one of those institutions
where the head is shaved. s
We carry a fine line of Combs solid robber best quality.
Ask to see them whether you want to
purchase or not.
I Complete Line..
Typewriter Paper and
Hasbuell's Xoofi Ttore
O FRESH VEGETABLES
r Are all pone. Our line 'of Telmo Canned Cicods
is far better than most fresh vegetables
we have had this year.
Telmo Corn 2 cans for
Telmo Asparagus Tips per can
0 Telmo Aparagus whole per can
Telmo Sweet Sifted Peas 3 cans for
0; Telmo Snap Beans 3 cans for
oar- Shipment new crop Prunes jut reaived. We will 0
Telmo Lima Beans 3 cans for
Magnet Corn 3 cans for
Magnet Tomatoes 3 cans for
Long Wagon Trip.
J Cleburne. Tex.. Oct. 14. Messrs.
Baldwin and Puckctt. en route from
t Lincoln Neb. to Corpus Chrtstl In a
. wagon parsed through here.
Dies Sitting on Curbing.
Austin. Oct 11 Wlille seated on a
rnrblng Henry Rogers aa aged ne-
O1 Holland Brand Peas 2 cans for
Q Holland Brand Beans 2 cans for
appreciate your orders
WILL S. HIGG
N. JAM E1TTA
First Claif Boot and Shoe
All work neatly done and satisfaction guar
ant red. Look for the Red Hoot sir. Net
o jamas Nana. KRYAN. TEXAS
J. D. GAr
All work f i
Dona & Ealt '
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