The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 312, Ed. 1 Monday, November 24, 1913 Page: 3 of 6
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. MONDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. ; '
" THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE '
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Are a source of constant pleasure to the wearer -
making the world seem brighter in every little detail.
This kind is the class we sell and they have clasc too
- giving you that distinctive well dressed appearance
that you have seen and always admired. Let us take
up this clothes question with you.
JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF THE NEW SATIN NECKWEAR
SOUD COLORS LARGE SHAPES FIFTY CENTS EACH.
THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Brandon 0fc Lawrence
Today From 6:00 to 11:00 P. M.
1. The Girl and the Greaser ...American
2. A Sure Cure Reliance
3. Ward of the Senior Class .' Majestic
Tomorrow From 11 A. M. to 11 P. M.
1. The Speed King Keystone
2. The Water Cure... . Thanhouser
3. The Marriage of Niatana Majestic
THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES
CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE 5 CENTS
TO HONOR BALL TEAM
Visitor Will Attend From all Parts
of the State Making it a Promln-
' ent Social Affair.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Allegrettls candies. Wilson & Astln.
Mrs. O. B. Haley has returned from
a visit to relatives la. Waco.
DeLuxe fruit cakes. Wilson & Astln.
1 sell feed of all-k tads. Will aave
you money. Phone 112.
V Allegrettls candles. Wilson & Astln.
f Mrs. M. W. Cox returned to yher
home In Dallas yenterday after a
Weasant visit to her sister Mm. Tyler
Haswetl of tills city.
Cross & Blackwell'a grated cheese.
Wilson & Astln.
Alio mwok au ""rf
inches above waist line extreme long
hip. Ask to aea American Lady Cor-
set models. Webb rBos.
Mrs. Claude Boyett has returned to
"her home In Navasota after visiting
relatives In this city.
Take a drive to Oak Grove. Its
worth your while. It may mean dol-
' lara to you If you act as your Judg-
Ask to see the latest models In ex-
treme styles American Lady Corsets
1.50 to $2.00. Webb Bros.
A. S. ADAMS
0IL EH6INEER AND SURVEYOR
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DR. W. S. SMITH
AT BRYAN HOTEL
Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays
In h. Indians and Ohio f i.
rBoxis.lhorclon.l Omaha jFilLl5
Ih. Mississippi enrornow and
otb.r disailara of Ih. jaar 1913. thousand of
17 1TDIH? sewing
lhe r XB MACHINES
wart destroyed and new machines rfvnn awey
without cost to balden of The FKEtt ioiur-
ac policy. .
See Pictures In our Windows
BtiyTtie FREB Sewing Machine and aeoure
policy which protects the machine against loss
by flood tornado eye Ion a. fire brnakatTO or
any otitor cause. The only Insured machine.
WE SELL IT
E. F. PARKS
Dr. and Mrs. O. B: Butler returned
to their home In Beaumont Saturday
after attending the Baptist Conven
tion at Dallas. They were joined here
by their children who had been visit
ing their aunt Mrs. O. A. Adams.
McLarren's pimento cheese. McLar-
ren s deviled cheese McLarren s
rocqiiefort cheese McLarren's nippy
cheese McLarren's Imperial cheese.
Wilson & Astln.
Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Walker of Aus-
tin are visiting their son M. P. Wal-
ker and family of this city.
Buy your feed from Tucker the
Liveryman. Phon 112.
Mrs. N. E. Smith and Mrs. Sewell
Harris have returned to their home
In Hearne after vlBltlng Mrs. Tom
The Eagle will buy your old rags if
they are clean.
The A. and M. stock Judging team.
composed of A. A. Lenart J. N. Simp-
son. P. W. Hepfner. H. E. Gibbons. W.
N. Reed F. A. Sparkman H. P. Ellis.
T. R. Brown. R. Green A. R. Campbell
and A. W. Kennard Jr. went to Fort
Worth yesterday to be In the stock
Judging which begins today. Ellis
Klnnard and Campbell are juniors and
are going for the experience mid not
as members of the team. Hepfner
Gibbons Sparkman Brown Simpson
and Reed go from Fort Woith to Chi-
cago to be in the stock judging con-
HOTEL BRYAN ARRIVALS
W. L. Banks Paducah Ky.
A. L. Tabor Waco.
P. A. Capps Bencbley.
J. V. Keasler San Antonio.
J. R Cox Dallas.
Dr. W. S. Smith Marlln.
Thomas New York.
Jay Hubbard Magnolia Beach Tex.
J. A. Sadler Dallas.
T. H. Rugeley Dallas.
O. G. 8enbach St. Louis. '
C. P. Link Waco.
H. Lang New Haven Conn.
K. P. Klrod Longvlew.
T. H. Bell Dallas.
A. C. Robinson Houston. .
K. O. Steadley Carthage.
J. S. Mooring Steele's store.
P. Baker Cleveland O.
A. V. Lambert Hearne.
W. B. Lamb St Louis.
J. Y. Klein St. Ixmls.
Mrs. W. H. Gelll Houston. -
M. A. Rice Houston.
J. P. Spann Navasota.
C. M. Spann Navasota.
C. L. Rums Houston:
O. N. Leavell Houston.
W. W. Scott Dallas.
L. A. Pearman Waco.
T. J. Weuman Mobile Ala.
Geo. Robertson Chicago.
Abe Hyman Chicago. .
S. B. Butler Houston.
E. M. Detzell Dallas.
Dorothy Vaughn Chicago.
Emelie Woodward Chicago.
Fair maids from all sections of the
State will gather at the A. and M.
College Thanksgiving Day for the an-
nual Thanksgiving ball given by the
cadet corps of the College In honor of
the football team. Cadet committees
have been at work for several weeks
preparing for this gala occasion and
practically all of the upper classmen
will have a "friend" from back home
present at the ball.
The Thanksgiving; hop Is one of the
three big social occasions of the year
at the College. There are only two
other events that even approach Tur
key day celebration In point of Import
ance. The dance of the Ross volun-
teers constitutes one of these occas
ions while the final ball In commence-
ment is the other.
It has been necessary to warn the
students that the Texas Tommy and
the Bear Cat are under the ban In
these dances. They know and no at-
tempt to dance any of the "new fan-
gled dances" is made at these three
W. G. Beasley a senior and captain
of the football squad is president of
the final ball. He has a long line of
boys who are assisting him in get-
ting ready for the big ball which will
be held In the new Mess Hall one of
the finest dance halls to be found.
It Is expected that there will be two
or three hundred couples dancing at
the Thanksgiving ball which will be
given on Friday following Turkey day.
Thursday the football team plays at
Houston and the dance Is held over
until the night following.
J. K. G. Fisher Is chairman of the
arrangements committee; L. H. Pow
ell of Invitation and program com-
mittee; F. W. Hoepfner of the recep-
tion committee; V. Smltham of the
decoration committee and H. Mayo
of the floor committee. V. V. Parr
Cadet Colonel Is In charge of the fi-
The Instructors force of the College
also take part In these balls.
The grand march will be led by
President Beasley and Miss Giesecke
A. & M. STOCK JUDGES
WILL GO TO CHICAGO
Will Compete With Animal Husbandry
Students From the Leading
School of the Country.
Cadets of the A. and M. College
of Texas students In the animal hus-
bandry department are to be brought
Into direct competition with animal
husbandry students from all the lead
ing agricultural Institutions of the
United States and Canada. The A. and
M. live stock judging' team will leave
next week for Chicago where they will
compete in the National contest there
being about eighteen teams entered in
Last year the Texas boys led all
Southern Colleges and ranked well up
In the line of the first honor men. This
year Prof. J. C. Burns heads of that
department says his team Is the
strongest in the history of the Col-
lege and should make a creditable rec-
ord at the National meet.
The team left College Saturday for
Fort Worth where they will witness
the Southwestern contest The man
who makes the highest record In the
second squad of A. and M. which will
compete at Fort Worth will be se-
lected to make the trip with the reg-
ulars to Chicago.
The Chicago team is composed of E.
Gibbons. T. R. Brown. J. K. G. Fisher.
F. W. Hepfner and John Simpson or
w. N. Reed from the second string.
They will be in the arena Saturday
The team which will represent A.
and M. at the Fort Worth show is
composed of W. N. Reed Josn Simp-
son. A. A. Lenert F. A. Sparkman and
I am prepared to trim
trees and level houses;
also to do your painting.
Have your work done now.
R. F. D. No. 5 .
WHEN IN NEED OF
E. J. JENKINS
House Painter and Paper Hanger
COMPLETE LINE OF UP-TO-DATE SAMPLES OF
I have opened up with a nice line of 1913 Wall Paper
In the Campesia Building one block west of the I. & G. N.
I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON NEW WALL PAPER
J. G. GREGG
GIVE ME A TRIAL PHONE 553
R. Green. Prof. Burns will accompany
All classes of horses hogs sheep
cows and beef cattle will be judged in
this competitive contest
(By Homer D. Wade Stamford Sec-
retary Texas Goods Roads Ass'n.)
Poor highways lessen the profit of
labor; increase the cost of living; bur-
den the interprlse of the people; dull
the morality of our citizenship" and
hold down the educational advance-
ment of the country.
Economists preach conservation of
our resources social activities in rural
districts scientific farming and better
maketlng facltlles but none of these
can be fully realized until there is a
very material improvement upon our'
public highways. .
In prison sentences. Justice not re-'
venge should b the incentive. Dignity
of law and' the respect for it which
the sentence contemplates cannot ba
attained in the present method of the
treatment of convicts In Texas. The ''
State authorities can profit much in
this direction by a study of the methi
ods employed by Warden "Tynan of
Colorado who has one thousand State
convicts upon the public highways in
his State. The results he is attaining
can be duplicated in the Lone Star
State. f . .
' Apples appia apples. Unloading
another car fine Victoria Reds from
Roswell N. M- at Singer Sewing ma-
chine store on Main street D. H.
Brown - .
A BIG SALE OF PATT
HATS and DRESSES
You Will Regret It if You Miss Our Special Pattern
Hat and Dress Sale for Monday and Tuesday
Every Pattern Hat we have will be sold at
All those beautful Wool Dresses made up in the very
latest styles and materials your choice
Monday and Tuesday less 33 1-3
EVERYTHING WE SHOW IS NEW
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 312, Ed. 1 Monday, November 24, 1913, newspaper, November 24, 1913; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth324598/m1/3/: accessed March 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .