The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 79, Ed. 1 Monday, February 24, 1913 Page: 2 of 6
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THfc BRYAN DAILY EAGLli
MONDAY FEBRUARY 24 1913.
Breakfast is perhaps the most important meal of the day
if it is wholesome and appetizing it leaves you in a
delightful frame of mind to meet the duties and worries
of the day. A few of the appetizing eatables we offer:
CLUB HOUSE OATMEAL
KELLOSG'S CORN FLAKES
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUITS
PEARLS OF WHEAT
PUFFED RICE .
CREAM OF RICE
POST TAYERN SPECIAL
CLUB HOUSE PANCAKE FLOUR
CLUB HOUSE Buckwheat Flour
CLUB HOUSE POTATO FLOUR
SCHUMACHER GRAHAM FLOUR
CLUB HOUSE MAPLE SYRUP
"Old Master" Coffee
Srutm Satlti Eagl
Published Every Day Except Sunday
By THE EAGLE PRINTING CO.
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS
A. J. BUCHANAN Editor
II. E. WALLACE Manager
Entered as second-class matter April
23 1910 at the postoflice at Bryan
BTeias under the Act of March 3 1879.
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the management by telephoning the
office promptly when carriers fail to
deliver the paper or when change of
A SUGGESTION TO CUT EXPENSES
An audit of the city books was com-
pleted in October four months ago at
a cost of something like $750 to the
city. The same auditor is back on the
job again to make an audit of the
four months intervening. No wonder
the city can't have any streets. Now
this is not Intended as a "dig" at any-
body; we Just simply mean that the
cross-eyed gent and your humble serv
ant while technically innocent were
morally criminals nor was the city
of Denton nor the State of Texas
helped by our crime. Such things as
this confirm us in our belief that in
politics a wise man has no chance
whatever when a pin-headed galoot
like the author of this Sunday law
gives the public a chance to make a
display of its stall-fed barnyard intel-
ligence. Tioga Herald.
The champion corn grower of Texas
went to New York and blew out the
gas. well one poor monai isn i sup
posed to have all the knowledge any-
way. Tioga Herald.
No. If some of those New Yorkers
who know how to manipulate the gas
electric lights post a letter in the
latest street mail boxes turn in a fire
alarm dress in a sleeping car etc.
were to come down here to raise corn
they would no doubt plant It out in
window boxes and flower pots.
Madero and his vice president
Suarez have been murdered in cold
blood. If that is not a violation of the
rules of international national state
or any other kind of civilized warfare
what is it? The powers should not
stand for it. The Diaz and HUerta
regime should be wiped from the face
of the earth.
YOU men who order early bet-
ter look now at these fine
new ready-made suits from
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
snappy English models Norfolk
young men's suits old men's
suits suits with the individuality
of any man in them and ready
A. M. WALDROP & CO.
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
In the Irish potato market.
Poultry receipts are heavier but the
demand rs equal and all receipts are
moving at good prices. Hens are nu-
merous but fryers are too few to meet
the demand. Dressed chickens out of
cold storage are moving well. A hint
is here given for the thawing out of
chickens from cold storage and that Is
to put them In cold water instead of
hot water as the latter process spoils
Ducks and geese are in active de-
mand. Commission men in Houston
urge the shippers to send in more as
the market is receptive.
The Eagle editor drove out to Steep
Hollow Sunday and found the road
better than we ever saw it before In
city's business should be conducted In tne forty.two years we have been trav-
such a way that expert help would not eling over ltt cause: A good road
be necessary. If the Secretary would drag welj u8ed '
make a report to the Council at each .
regular monthly meeting showing the President-elect Wilson stood up two
amounts collected from all the differ- hours on a crowded train Saturday
ent sources taxes fines impounding between Princeton and New York
fees ground rent etc. and have the What else could he do? A seat In the
fiscal agent's receipt therefor then sleeper would have cost him 50 cents
there could be no question of the re- extra.
celpts. The fiscal agent should also
report at each regular meeting show-' The Kansas City Star tells of a man
ing the amount on hand In the several who is suing his doctor for curing his
funds and the finance committee of rheumatism on the ground that it ren-
the Council should check these reports dered him unable to "perdict" the
together with the vouchers paid by the weather.
c:.j men mere wouiu ue no cnance
for thj looks to get in a tangle. If
so it vcuid bUcw up the first month
Yp gods! how the whole world would
rejoice to hear the Eounding cf the
and the mutter could be straightened tocsin of war to avenge the d:ith of
out th-n "ttad future errors avoided.
Then Jio Council thcuid take the
people in.o ;!n.!r fenfidece ami every
three mon.'.it until.-: j r financial state
from every source and every dollar
paid out and what for concluding with
an exposition of the several fund::
Ilucria and the otter assassins v.-Hl
have a hard time to pa'.;o the vorld
every dollar collected believe ther of the :'iader-
Old Porfirio Diaz Is wintering on
the Nile. If there is any place fur-
l i it. 1 -5 I.'
snowing me auiuuui uu imuu iir lu ther off the dd son-of-a-gun had bet-
fund or If any fund be overdrawn let t hunt lt
the report show the amount of the
overdraft. Under this system the mem- . A large part 0 Brazos County's
hers of the Council would know the eorn crop wm be planted this week if
exact condition of the city's finances the weather continues good.
at all times; they would know there
was no chance for error as the Sec- Of course we are all "riled but let's
retary's report and the fiscal agent's not neglect to pitch our crops
report would check against each other
and the quarterly statements would
satisfy the people.
As said above this Is not intended
as a reflection on anybody but merely
a suggestion looking to the saving of i m
money. The condition of the city Houston Texas Feb. 24.-Trade
streets are such that it occurs to us I conditions are normal in the coast
-vorv rtnilnr r.nRRlhl should ha saved country. The weather for the most
that they may be improved better '. lart has been ideaI' which has aided
crossings and better walks provided
to the end that the people may have
greater and better eonveniences than
they are getting now.
THE 5JACREDNESS (7) OF LAW.
HOUSTON MARKET REVIEW
Last Sunday we were In Denton
While there we took a fool notion that increasing
the movement of crops to market
which has stimulated trade. Cotton
receipts were larger since the roads
became better and business in prod-
use and grocery lines is greatly Im-
proved. New spring lines are being
shown in Houston on a liberal scale
and retail trade in dry goods lines is
our system needed a coca-cola in it.
Ordinarily our system doesn't crave
mollycoddle Leverages like the one
named but on this occasion it did.
We made our wants known to tne
Light shipments of strawberries are
being received. The warm weather is
beneficial to the growing crop and it
is expected to turn out exceptionally
well. Cabbage from Harris County is
PATENTS ISSUED TO TEXANS.
Messrs. Spellman Murray & Carr
patent attorneys of Dallas announce
the issuance by the United States Pat-
ent Office at Washington of the fol-
lowing patents to residents of Texas
for the week ending February 18:
Steuben T. Stratton Grand Prairie
George N. Chenault Forney cotton
William D. Cribbs Grapevine quilt-
Ike Davidson Paris portable com-
mode. Andrew A. Dunham and II. V. Dun-
ham Velasco assignors to Casein
Company of America New York ad
hesive and making the same.
William N. Allan San Antonio
Lee J. Black Beaumont rotary drill-
Mahlon E. Layne Houston blank
for making perforated tubing.
Armstrong M. Starkey McKinney
automatic equalizing valve.
Daniel II. Rankin and W. E. Cox
Tyler grave cover.
Bernhard Z. Friedman Fort Worth
striking mechanism for clocks.
.David M. Harrison assignor of one-
half to H. C. Williams Dixon churn.
Frank II. McFarland Fort Worth
screen door hinge."
rross-eved eent behind the bar if we well supplying the market and the de.
may dignify it with such a name and mand for outside stuff is light. Mexi-
he told us we would have to make it
ourself. We held the glass and he did
the squirting and stirring until the
irlnk was compounded. We drank It
and paid for it in the usual way the
Jaw was evaded and both of us the
can tomatoes are in good demand
Sweet potatoes are on the rise latest
prices tb the trade being $1.40 per
bushel. Not many of them are to be
had and the scarcity is forcing the
prices higher. No change is recorded
When George was just a little kid
Of course that's been some time
'Twas said of him he never did
But one small boyish crime.
His books and clothes were always
never sauced his pa
And that no one had ever seen
Him make mouths at his ma.
I would not even dare to say
He was not always good
But never had to leave his play
To go and cut stovewood.
I do not claim that he was bad
Not even very rude
Yet forced to say he was a lad
Who seemed to be quite shrewd.
From observation I have found
And give to you the facts
George was the only hoy around
Who had a bran new axe.
He had to try it on the wood-
It seem that way to me
His tracks showed plainly where he
To cut that cherry tree.
'Tis plain he was too shrewd by far
To 'tempt nn al-a-bi
And so he bravely told his pa
He could not tell a He.
I do not write these lines for jeer
I mean them just for fun.
There is one man without a peer:
He's our own Washington.
February 22 1913.
The Funniest Ever.
"The Lottery Man' proved to me
that I am in the o. k.'est condition of
juvenile health. Not only did 1 howl
with mirth throughout the play but I
chuckled all the way home. Even in
bed I suddenly found myBelf laughing
at Lizzie. I'm laughing now. Nothing
so funny as Lizzie has happened in
seasons. Lizzie would 'break up" a
mummy." These are the words of
Alan Dale critic of the American who
after seeing the premier of the play
at the Bijou Theatre returned three
"The Lottery Man" remained in
New York for over six months and
Mere H. Norton Is now sending It to
this city next Thursday when It will
be seen at the Colonial Theatre.
Seats on sale tomorrow morning.
AT THE DIXIE.
The week opens with the world's
most famous Western actor G. M.
Anderson in "Brocho Billy and the
Sheriff's Kid." John Bunny with his
famous face ably assisted by the
much admired Flora Finch. Both
young and old claim this pair as their
favorite funmakers. Then comes the
famous Romaine Fielding in one of his
favorite roles "The Unknown." The
"Mary series" of "What Happened to
Mary" will start again this afternoon
with "The Affair at Raynor's" (said
to be much stronger than the other
three which were shown week before
last). This will also be repeated to-
night in case some failed to see the
announcement that it would be shown
this afternoon. The next or fifth Mary
picture will be shown tomorrow after-
noon only as Tuctday Is extra special
feature day and the Dixie manage-
ment run their special features ufter-
noon and night so that all may have
a chance to see them. Tomorrow's
feature 13 a great two-reel Lubin pro-
duction "The Power of Silence" with
handsome Edgar Jones and Clara Wil-
liams in leading roles. Miss Ormi
Ilawley aselnts in making feature day
complete. Wednesday brings Crane
Wilbur with winsome Gwendoline
Pates to make all rejoice. Friday's
extra special feature will be Shake-
speare's "Romeo and Juliet" a won-
derful hand-colored film of the immor-
tal playwright's great romantic play.
To miss one program at the Dixie this
week is to miss something great.
We manufacture all kinds of
Chocolate Bon Bona.
Fruit Tablets Special
Pecan Bars Fancy Stick
Candy. Etc. finest
candy made. Give us
a trial and be convinced
SODA AND ICE CREAM WITH FRUIT FLAVORS
First Class Service
CANDY KITCHEN AND ICE CREAM PARLOR
We are now
lizers with an
n( Nw Orleans. These are standard f
analysis above the guarantee. They are especially adapt
ed to this class of soil and will get results.
SEEDS ur ''nc sccs arc e best selected varieties
i that are adapted
to this section. Come look
them over. Our prices on
cane seed will pet your business
without fail. We want your
We respect gray hairs but gener-
ally feel that a bald head is in another
Many a man manages to sidestep
a lot of trouble by traveling according
to his wife's intuition.
MISS VIRGINIA FELTZ
With "The Lottery Man" at the Col-
onial Theatre Thursday Night
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27
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By RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG
Author of'Stven Little Widows" "Brown of Harvard' Etc.
It took a whole year to laugh ''The Lottery Man" out
of New York.
The well known critic Alan Dale says: "I laughed
even after I went to bed."
A Clean Comedy That is One Continuous Laugh I
A COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTION
AND CLEVER CAST
Boxes $1.50; Lower Floor $1.00; Balcony $1 75c 50c
SEATS ON SALE TUESDAY MORNING
CITY MMGEB'S DEPARTMEHT
Messrs. Capps and Soles have been
appointed to do the city scavenger
work and all closets must be placed
so that they can get to them without
having to take down fences etc.
Places not being given the necessary
attention should be reported to them
'or to this office.
Having at considerable expense
hauled off the trash accumulations of
many months It Is expected that every
householder will keep his premises in
a clean and sanitary condition. We
have no desire to resort to extreme
measures but from this date the sani-
tary ordinances will be enforced.
C. E. JENKINS
City Business Manager.
February 21 1918.
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