Bryan Morning Eagle (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TWELFTH YEAR, No. 288, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 10, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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KRYAN. TEXAS SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 10. 190.
HOWELL & NEWTON Inc.
PHONES 23 4 150
GROCERS AND COFFEE ROASTERS
FLEPHANTJSEXECUTED. HORROR JIOUSTOrr
First One Born In America Had Dreadful End of a Woman at
to Be Put to Death.
NEITHER SAFE OR SANE.
Columbia ShacitaUd In Barn Rrpa It
"Placed Around Huge Beast's Nach
and Qu.ckly .Drawn Tight and Soon
All It 0er.
the Bayou City.
HEAD IS ALMOST CUT OFF.
LIVE STOCK INSURANCE .
IWRITi: INM'RANCF. on all lin.lt of lite
Min k al liberal tain. 1 leprnent (lurleted
and Capital Stock Companies lei
promptly paid cah Kitliotit d'scount. Information
Geo. A. Adams W
Accident Plate Glass
Live Stock Bonds
Bridgeport Conn. Nov. 9. Colitr
bla the first vU pliant born In thl.
country was executed In the prt-tn-nr
of twenty-cne ether elephants. In
eluding Iiit mother because ah wai
considered neither safe nor sane.
Columbia was liorn at PhlladL'lph'r.
twenty-eight yean ago and was easi y
controlled until a few week a ago.
The executlm was simple. Trv
huge beast was choked to death
Keeper Dennun shackeled her to on-cora'-r
of the elerhant bam. With thr
aid of a block and tackle five nvn pu:
a rope aroun-t Columbia's neck end
o tlRhtly and quickly wai It drawn
that the animal was choked to denth
before she had time to make an out
cry. Her bulging eyes were the only
sign of pain. The body welching 9.C3''
pounds was dragged ciut of the I arii
by Alberta ore of the larceiit t-V
phants In the herd. It will be rt:f up
Into sm.lll plece.t. The hide feet au.l
toth lll be saved. The te.th will b-
made Into pnp-T welRbts. the feet u"
umbrella stands r.nd the hide conrtrt
ed Into leather.
INSURANCE E X Pfc Rl EN C
li at tne service of these placing their buina with ma. 1 also
havt tht oldest agency in tht city and rjreent a Una o. aaaar-
passed companies. I solicit y mt patronage for
FIRE ACCIDENT HEALTH PLATE CLASS and BOILER INSURANCf
Careful and r.ompt attention to all business intrusted.
COOVER ROHDE'8 SALOON
Office Phone:260 r PTPLP I
Residence Phone 213 J. I IVll I UilCLL
Nearly Every Claas of People Present
to Bid Taft Ad.eu. '
Manila. Nov. 0. A brilliant fare-
well reception as Riven to Secretary
Taft Friday night at the resld -nee
of Governor General Smith. It aa.
characterized by the extreme democ-
racy representatives of nearly ever?
claas of citizens of Manila being pre
ent. Secretary Taft and wife were
greeted practically by ever one In at-
tendance. The secretary's last day In Manila
was marked by many busy feature
He received and conferred with many
prominent Philippine heada of bu
reaui. mem tiers of committees bus!
ness men and delegations from various
provinces and cities. He told one del
egatlon which was petitioning for free
trade of sulphur and tobacco to send
representative men as delegates to
Washington to bold the fight In con
tress to secure tariff ronceaaloi.fi.
After a conference with General Go
mex regarding political mattera he re-
ferred to that well known agitator aa
a good friend The Indications are
that the protests against seating Go
tnez will be of no avail as a canvas
of the assembly Las d Inclosed the fact
that only two niembers are opposed
to giving blm the seat to which be was
la Searching the Family Residence Fo
a Toy the Little Daughter of Mat.
thaw Anderson Found Her Mother's
Body In Kitchen.
Houston Nov. 9. Searching the
house for a misplaced toy the eight-
year-old daughter of Matthew W. An-J
demon a railroad clerk found the
dead body of j;r mother In the kitchen
of their home at Houston Heights her
head being almost completely sever
ed from the body.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
COLD NOT HALTED.
Big Musical Company
Allowed to Flow Through the Finan-
cial Arteries of thr Country.
New York Nov. 9. The stream of
surplus gold pm"1ng Into New York
has not been balttd here to meet loc-il
demands but Is tx-lng allowed to flnw i
through the financial arteries of the!
ciilted States and relbve the needs
cf agriculture end Induntry.
Gold lin)rters state that nearly r!l
of the $:i."iM.iHM which already ban
renclit-1 here will soon find Its way
to every quarter of the country. Near
ly $l!. .'"" wms shipped to the In-
terior the nut week.
Gold has lie-n shipped from here to
Chicago In such large amounts It L
underwood In local banking circle?
that the Issuance of circulating bank
script In Chicago possibly may not It-Heeesv-iry.
Part cf the IIZ.iioo.imii
arriving on the I.usltanla and part
of the t:r(i(MiiHMi yet to come will
be expressed Immediately to out of
Never In the history of New York
finance according to gold Importers
has there been s i much money engag-
ed abroad by out of town banks.
S Chorus of 16. Advanced Vaudville
Features BETWEEN THE ACTS.
Jnst Received Ingredients for Frvit-Caket
Raisins Currants Citron Ltmon and Oroj
Petlirn ShtlUJ Nats
Try a Box C. & B. Sugar Chips.
John M.Lawrence &Co.
Phones 78 and 54.
Dank of Ergtand Received Quite a
Nun bir on Saturday.
londn. Nov. The Hank of Ft;--land
Saturday received tlH.OoO In
Anierlc-n eusle from Paris and 547.-
CtO pounds Ann i lc an eagles and 111.-
nut pnunl. cf bar gold was taken from
the Pank of Knt-jand for shipment to
the fnlted tate.i.
Hates for money continued firm un-
der Rood detr.anj In the market Si'
nrday. Only a moderate amount I
business was transacted In American
fears of poor New York bank state-
ment restraining operations. Price.'
ruled sround parity and the session
Leading New Ycrk Banks Deny State
ments to the Contrary.
New York. Nov. 9. The leading
Nsw York banks were exerting them
selves Friday to meet the demand
of their country correspondents and
depositors of curtency. They declare
that the suggestions made In several
western sources that they are not
meeting legUlnnue demands are un
founded and that they are on the
contrary taking every practicable
measure to aid the west and south
One of these Urge bsnks. with several
thousand correspondents hss deplet-
ed lu reserve by about a quarter du-
ring the last few weeks to supply cur
reney where it was most needed snd
has made large shipments to bsnks
at San Antonio. Galveston. Memphis
Mobile Atlanta and other southern
Net Till After Close.
New York Nov. 9. The bank state-
ment which In the past has been given
out by the el-ulng house Just before
I noon Saturday will not In the Imme
diate rut ure at least be given out rn
til after the clie of the stock market
This announcement was made by Man
ager Sherer of the clearing house.
LAY FACC DOWNWARD.
Passed Fifty Million Msrk.
New York Nov. 9. The total
known gold engagements passed the
tr0ono.0o0 mars Saturday when I -a
sard Frerea announced they had secnr
ed an additional fl.tNii.eot gold In
Europe. This makes the total for the
movement $30 fi3'.oou. of which La
terd Frerea have engaged $ 3110 OoO.
Body of Cuban Woman Found at Nrw
Ycrk In Pool of Blood.
Now York Nov. 9. Lying face
! Antnm'.ril In r imiil ..f klim.l I ti . Kn.4
of Mrs. Casaro Vigil elderly and w?:i
to-do was found at the foot of the
main stairway o." her home In Wfst
One Hundred and Thirty-eighth stnet.
Her skull was crushed In and thTre
was a pronoun'vd odor of escaping
gas In the hallwty. She was a Cuban
by birth and lived with her aervanta.
FIREMAN FOLEY KILLED.
STEVENSON MACHINE and REPAIR WORKS
Manufacturing and Repairing
BATTERIES KOK ALLPURPOSES.
yFFNAoNKnTTtKRNKSAKT of town Phone 7 BRYAN TEXAS
N.J A MRTTA
Firit Class Boot and Shoe
woik neatly done snd atifact on guat
anteed. Look for the Red Boot sign. Nex
James U Nunn. BRYAN. TEXAS
Dr. R. H. Harrison
Office at Emmtl & Maloney's Drug Store
Calls eiomptly answered day or night
Orhce hours 9 to 12 a. m. snd 2 to Sp.m
Othce 'phone M t t i Re. 'pMte31!
Organization of Newspaper Men Payt
Honor to David Belasco.
New York. Nov. 9. The Friar an
organization jf newspaper men garr
a banquet nt ml Inlght Friday night at
Hotel Astor In honor of the twenty
fifth anniversary of the advent of
Iavld Pelnsco Into New York.
When Mr. Relasco got up to speak
the room was darkened stage thundet
and lightning fdlowed and finally a
sheet licht was turned on the famou
manager and kopt on him all the time
he was talking. Wells Hawks the
president of the Friars presided
Among the speakers. In addition tc
Mr. Iielasco was Thomas Dixon. Jr
J. C Wi'.liam.on of Australia and Da
rid Warfleld. Theatrical men from
all over the coutnry were present.
I Flooring Fell on Him and Comrades
. Had Narrow Escape.
I Charleston W Va. Nov. 9. Fire
that threatened for a time an entire
block on Kanawa street destroyej
the four-story building occupied by
the wholesale grocery firm of Huff.i -r
Pros. Fireman Fob y was killed by
fVxHrg filllnn on blm. Other fire
men hi I narrow escapes. The loss is
$173.wt nearly covered by insurant e.
Choate Elected President.
fluff al Nov. t. Joseph H. Choat
of New York was elected president
of the National Civil Service Reform
league. Former President Cleveland
was chosen one of the vice presl-
IcnU. swept hy Hurricane
Marseille.. Not 9.-TM. city was
wept by a hurricane much damsge
lelng done. Several lives were lost
Fifteen Mexicans and One American
Boy Are the Victims.
Douglas. Ariz. Nov. 9. The death
list as a result of the Nacozarl explo
slon Is now placed at fifteen Mexl
csns and John Cblsholm. aged fifteen
who was riding on the train when thr
explosion occurred. A train on the
narrow gauge railroad to the Pll.nre
mine la some way caught fire. On the
j train were two open cars heavily load
ed with explosives and the fact that
the concentrator and a good part of
the town of Narorazl were saved from
ruin was due '.o the bravery of the
Mexican engineer. Jesus Garcia. Re-
alizing that to put out the burning
cars and escape with the engine would
place the town In danger of posalble
' destruction he (ailed to the rest to
Jump and started to run the train
away from the town. He had taken
It about half a mile when the explo-
sion occurred and he was blown te
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
No Requests for Free Admission mill be Honored for this Attraction
TAKE THEM OFF OUR HANDS
CMNE select pieces of French
Bavarian and Austrian
China and yo will realize the
benefit to yourself and your
home at soon as you see the ware.
Watch our Al Daily.
ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 1st
ALL LAUNDRY WORK OF THE BRYAN STEAM LAUNDRY
Will be Strictly Cash on!delivery. Packages not
paiJ for when first delivered will ht held for charges
and dclivertd promptly when called for.
GET COUPON BOOKS
at 5 per cent discount and be ready to pay for bundle on first de-
livery. (.'Advance in salaries and the cost of (sundry supplies make
it necessary to place the business on a cash basis. We will also be
able to supply our patrons with a better class of work and Invite
the patronage and co-operation of one and all with the assurance
that the change will be of mutual benefit. Phone
Bryan Steam Laundry
g FRESH VEGETABLES B
9 Are all gone. Our line of Telmo Canned Uoods Q
is far better than most fresh vegetables
we have had this year.
g Telmo Corn. 2 cans for 25C
g Telmo Asparagus Tips per can 30C S
tN Telmo Asparagus whole per can 3SC 3
0 Telmo Sweet Sifted Peas 3 cans for )0C 3
O Telmo Snap Beans 3 cans for tn O
0 25! o
0 Telmo Lima Beans 3 cans for "lflP 0
Magnet Corn 3 91ns for ""25C
Magnet Tomatoes 3 cans for
9 Holland Brand Peas 2 cans for 25C O
0 Holland Brand Beans 2 cans for OZn
0 iv3C p
0 wr Shipment new crop Prunes just received. We will 0
0 appreciate your orders. 0
WILL S. HIGGS
I am soling Galveston oyst-'rs In
bulk at "3 cents per hur.d'ft Ber-
wick Pay aclevt. 1 M jnr hund-vd;
Berwick Bay extra select. $li p.r
hundred. Special atten'l.u g1n to
Thanksgiving and other holl.bv or-
ders. Your patronage will U appre-
ciated. Chas. KJlnburK. 1ST
GUY M. BOARL
OnSce with V. B. Hudson
riiove :)2. jBryan Texas
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