The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 160, Ed. 1 Monday, June 10, 1912 Page: 1 of 4
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Vol. XVII. No. 160.
BRYANf;TEXA8 MdNDAY EVENING JUNE 10 1912.
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COMMITTEE IN AUSTIN
Taken In' Cuba to Mean Ultimate
-' Intervention by Thle
' " Country.
By Associated Tress. '
Havana Cuba June 10. The news
that United States warships
Perfect Weather Ushered In Closing
Exercises of A.A M College.
Many Formestudents and
' Vlsltoe Present
lne tnirty-aixth annual commence-
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Wiin Ki;:irtirt tor - - .
STAPLE l&D FftCCY "GROCERIES"
which are received 4ailyi .alo Fruit ai4 Vefettbles.
Agents forXhaie aqd Sanborn' Celebrated -Coffee
none better. iWe handle White Crest flour. We
will appreciate your business.
reach here today from Key West with a very large crowd of visitors in
created a profound sensation. It' is attendance including many of toe
taken to mean 'ultimate intervention aIum"L a8s.0latl'J n? ladies from all
JL" ...... -a k..hJ?w the state. The close of a year of
ine cruder "M"'6lull a..u hardships in the affairs of the college
has aroused the interest of the friends
of the institution and they have come
to Bee what Is needed what can be
done and to extend their cordial sup-
port to the officers of the institution
in the plans for the future.
The sentimental side of the college
affairs appealed to the former stu-
dents when they arrived and looked
By Associated Press.
Chicago Juno JO. The California
contests were taken" up" with 'a firm
hand by the national committee this
morning. . . .
Roosevelt Leaders Differ on Policy.
(By Associated Press.
Chicago June . 10. The Roosevelt
leaders are still divided In their opin-
ions as to whether Colonel Roosevelt
will come here for the convention.
Took Up Indiana First.
' By Associated Press.
Chicago. June llO' f he committee
Reconsidered its decision to take up
the California contests first and by a
vote of 38 to 13 decided to take up
those from Indiana. This vote -was a
Taft victory .The Indiana contests are
regarded 'as ' the first rear test of
strength .between Taft and Roosevelt
and Involve four delegates at large
and eight district delegates.
Senator Borah returned to the com-
mittee meetings today.
.Delegates at Large Go to Taft.
! By Associated Press.
Chicago june"' 10. Taft gets la
dlana's four delegates at large.
INJURED IN AUTO WRECK.
By Associated Press.
Sherman. Texas. .June 10. Ward
lnnpa. a Oreenvllle banker. Is in a
lAi-tnim condition from Internal in
iurlea received by his automobile
fumlnar over at a bend In the road
near here yesterday.
Select Place for August Conven-
tion Four Cities Are
1 After It. '
ship Rhode Island which arrived here'
about noon carry a total of 380 ma-
rines who could be landed Imme-
diately. Reported Attack on Marines.
' iBy Associated Press.)
Santiago Cuba June 10. A com
pany of United States marines was at the ruins of the main building
attacked by Cuban insurgents at' El Blocking the pathway that leads from
. . . . . . . ... mArn the main gate there is a pile of debris
Cuero mines at 1 o clock this morn-! repre8en't8 wnat wag 0rice the
lng. The insurgents were repulsed main building. Men came to look upon
after considerable firing. There were; the ruins of the building In which they
no casualties among the marines. The. had roomed when "t"1 and' In
Insurgent loss is unknot n. The ma- wMe pursuing tnelr courBe nere They
rineB were guaraing ine mines. feit keenly the loss: they had a rever-
Edward B. Hanwaring commanded ence for that old building which had
By Associated Press.
Austin. Texas. June 10. Nearly all
the members of the state democratic
executive committee arrived this
morning for the meeting this after
noon to choose between Austin ton
Worth. San Antonlto and Dallas which
are contestants for the August state
Eighty-four Names on Primary Ballot
' " By Associated Press.)
Austin. Texas. June 10. The com
mittee certified eighty-four names to
annear on the July Drlmary ballot In-
Mnrtinir ' twentv-three candidates for
congressman at large. The committee
voted not to certify the name of
Charles L. Zicb of Fort Bend county
as a candidate for railroad commis
sioner because he failed to speciiy
which of the two places on the com
mission he is running tor.
By Associated Tress.
San Diego Texas June 10. Captain
Fox and four state rangers are here
to preserve the peace between Mexi-
cans and Americans during the grand
jury investigation beginning today
Into the deaths of County Clerk Pedro
Kznal and two others in a recent polit-
Gomez Threatens to Resign.
been the first to be erected and which
had stood the center of a group' of
structures that covered the campus
DfiUID RE D
Prompt Sinrice and Coorteous Attention
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-R. W. Nolte of Marble
P. Joserand of
Havana. Cuba -June 10.-TWO Jjorj exercises 'opened Sunday morn-
EWJS? f'Tr'lMe with guard mounting and this was
iib.o u. ..... .7" followed by the inspection of quarters.
to Guantanamo City
The colier Mars followed the Rhode . . . . . th Wftnt(d to Bee
r..UJ run A t'n Ita crtnn Irttn Havana - - . ...
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narDor ioaay. n is reioriu 1 ieBluc"li nouge
M Company L.
' After the competitive drill there was
an 'inspection of the college depart-
ments by the visitors. I '
' This afternoon there was a business
nieetlng of the alumni association at
which only routine matters were dis-
posed of. .1 ;
At 4 o'clock the corner-stone of the
new Young Men's ' Christian Associa
tion building was laid. This building
Is tetng erected by voluntary subscrip
tions under the direction of a com
mittee of which Col: E. B. Cushlng Is
the chairman. Colonel Cushlng pre
sided at the ceremonies and the ex
erclses "were conducted by Brazos
Union lodge of the Masonic fraternity.
The Btone was "presented for the build-
ing by the present sophomore class.
It Is made of Texas granite. On the
east face of the stone Is the T. M. C
A. emblem and below this is: "This
bachelor students " "keep
After inspection" the annual..; .
Gomez is threatening commencement sermon was delivered orthe south face of the st
count of the coming of the American;. p . G g rector" of ??. . . ?-t r.T
wsrahlns. - 1 .Rf Tv.i.!:" Vr..rlar:'. 2".-. toUwrtng: "Young Men s Christian
.- .nribl ripiscupai tuurvu oi nuuoiuu.
' " - . . The exercises were held in the tem-
(llirnTI Tfl rilTm Iporary mess hall the only building
H r H I h H Y H ! on the campus with capacity sufficient
IIULIlin U LI1ILII I for the crowd in attendance. In the
Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday.
There is much business to come be
fore the board among- which will be
plans to construct the necessary build-
ings at once so as to have them ready
for next session.'
PROHIBITION LAW UPHELD
t By Associated Press.
Washington June 10.- The United
States supreme court holds that the
federal prohibition statute against
carrying Intoxicants into Indian Ter-
ritory and portions . of Oklahoma is
still operative. '
WOMAN SUICIDED BY
JUMPING IN WELL.
Will appreciate your business for June. They will take
pleasure in helping you save all table worries that are met with
especially during the Summer. They especially invite your atten-
tion to their Temo Canned Goods. There are none better.
Kverything in Staple and Fancy Groceries. Fresh Vegeta-
bles daily. Prompt Service.
SA WPERS BROS.
Phones 104 and 512
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CHIHUAHUA THIS WEEK
Enthusiastic Over Outlook One Thou-
sand Men" Rebuilding De-
afternoon there was a concert by the
college band and at 5:30 o'clock the
Ross Volunteers gave an exhibition
drill. At night there was an address
to the Y. M. C. A. by Rev. J. T. Sneed
of Dallas who graduated from the col-
lege In 1898 and is now pastor of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church at
Attonittnr the commencement are
Hon. Walton Peteet. president of the J
hnarH nt Hlror-tnru unit Judee Ed R.
f By Associated Press. ! l- ..mmioalnr nt aertrulture
Federal Headquarters Santa osa-l0tner memDers 0f the board arrived
Ifa.'Mexico June 10. Federal General today
Huerta was enthusiastic today over. ' ' -the
prospects of his army entering: MONDAY'S EXERCISES.
Chihuahua'' City before the end of this ' .n h th individual
month. His entire division has moved .... ot p m colleee
thou-'" "'a I; j. ir
His entire division has moved;
into camp here wniie ine one iu- mnrninsr and will close to-
enu "DUJtaJ."g "!fcD"S..H night with the alumni banquet It has
io n-.c l" ' I1' . I." been a biz day with the college. Tne
witnm two aays irom lorreou io .Pn ar rr
EIGHT PERSONS MUR-
DERED IN ONE HOME
The Kind the Family Like
By Associated Press.
Villisca. Iowa. June 10. Eight per
sons were murdered at the home of
J. B. Moore In this city early today.
The victims were Moore his wife and
four children and two women sup-
posed to Moore's relatives. All had
their heads smashed with an axe
while asleen in their beds. No clues
are known and no apparent motive.
WILL KEEP OUT THE SHOUTERS
By Assoc! ated Press.
Baltimore Md. June 10. It was an-
nounced today that the democratic na
tional convention here will noi De
packed with shouters for any canat
date if the present plans carry. It is
expected to keep the shouters away
by the distribution of tickets.
grounds are crowded with former stu
dents and with friends and in every
nart of the campus there are interest
ed ones wr-o are looking about the
niaro At r--ii)etitive drill this morn-
Ine there v- a large crowd.
In the Ir 'ividual drill the manual
of arms onK is used and the best
drilled man in the company is given
a medal by the captain of that com-
pany. The judges of the drill were
Captain Holliday and Lieutenant Bur-
leson of Fort Sam Houston. U. S. A.
The following were the winners in
A Company W. K. Hansen of San
B Company M. D. McAllister of
C Company E. S. Taliaferro of
D Company W. Ohlendorf of Lock-
hart E Company J. V. Anderson of Abi-
lene who also won- It last year.
F Company R. A. Sandford of Eagle
G Company O. J. James of the Re-
public of Mexico.
H Pomnanv D. H. Levy of Waco.
I Company D. B. Pickens of Wallis
Association building 1912."
. The' services were very impressive
and were attended by a large number.
The address for the occasion was de-
livered by Rev. William States Jacobs
of Houston pastor of the First Pres-
" There' was regimental ' rill ' and
dress Darade this afternoon and to
night a business meeting of the alumni
association will be held followed by
the alumni banquet
Tomorrow will be a big day at the
college. The final exercises will then
he held. There Is to be an address
by Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett of Houston
president of the William M. Rice In-
stitute for the Advancement of LItera
ture Science and Art located at
Houston. -There is to be an address
bv Governor Colquitt who will present
By Associated Press.)
Saltillo Texas June 10. Mrs. Joe
Minter aged 45 killed herself by div-
ing head first into a well at her home
here this morning. Her mind was un-
HOOL BOARD MEETING.
The board of directors will meet.ber 16
The city school board met in special
session at 9 o'clock this morning and
elected Prof. Roscoe Bates of Clarka-
ville TexaB to fill the vacancy In the
teaching force caused by the resigna-
tion of Prof. Vance.- Prof. Bates will
have department work in the seventh
and eighth grades.
Prof. Bates is a yonug man a native
Texan and was educated at the North
Texas Normal at Denton and the state
university. He taught in the Clarks-
vllle High School the past two years
and had been re-elected at an increase
of salary.-1 - ' " '
The board at the sneeting this morn-
ing fixed the date for the city teach-
ers' institute for September 9 and the
opening of the schools for beptem-
Marble Falls. -
-R. A. Schroeter ( of
HE DOES IT RIGHT
That melt in the mouth and light flaky bread that makes you
ask for more. Thats the kind we have sold since we began business
and will continue to sell to maintain our reputation for the most de-
lightful cakes and finest bread in town. '
Bring more pleasure to your family meals by using our bread
and cakes. Youf.neighbors do why not you?
look like new.
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At the reduced price you cannot afford to do. without the. I'aida
(Tungsten Type) Lamps: An Electric Fan is a necessity in the home.
Prices range from $8.50 to $16-00 for Buzi Fans $28.00 to $32.00
for guaranteed Ceiling Fan. Phone your order 491. 1
BRYAN POWER COIVlPArJY
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stering and re-
finishing in a
This is our (Mr. Worthy who is an expert furniture and repairman.
He has been with us for several weeks and we can highly recommend
his work as first class. For the next few weeks he will have time
4 to do outside work for our customers. If you have any furniture you
wish repaired upholstered or refinished let us have it at once. We
guarantee first class work only.
E. f . PARKS.
)Vhere Shall the Economy be?
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The above cut shows the latest
style in Sanitary
Notice how high it is from the floor
This is the question you
should ask yourself when
you' go to buy a refrigerator.
If you buy a cheap refrigera-
tor you lose on the ice bill
as long as it lasts. If you
pay a little more for a good
Refrigerator one that is built
to economize ice more than
to cheapen the price of the
box ' your economy will be
real. A little more for the
Refrigerator but a big saving
every year on the ice bill. '
We endeaver to make our
business 'serve you. It's so
easy to sell a cheap Refrige-
rator but so much better for
you to get a good one. It's
profit to us to sell any kind
of goods; it's profit to you
only when you buy something
If you buy a McCray or a White Mountain
Refrigerator yon are tare to get a good one.
t We know the wisdom of spending your money for something
worth while. We endeavor to impress ' it on you.
Quality that counts
Service that helps yoa
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