The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 156, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 26, 1914 Page: 1 of 6
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YAM ; DAILY EAGL
' AND PILOT
VOL XIX. No. 156.
BRYAN TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 26 1914.
PRICE: MX3 Pr Yw
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All of Our
Are fresh and clean
ATTEMPTED KISS HAD
Old Fall and Brokt Her Ntck and
Young Man Endad Life In
Br Associated Prj
Llala III.. Mar 28. Reginald A.
Barr who killed bla sweetheart Flor-
dco Bentley Saturday night auccend-
d today la bla fourth attempt at aul-
clde by Jumping beneath a moving
train. Twice he took a drug while
lying beside the girl's body and then
Jumped Into a pond where the water
waa not deep enough lie aald that
the killing raa accidental and that
In a scuffle when he tried O kiss the
girl ahe fell and broke her nerk.
CATTLE ARE HIGHER.
.JOGS AIE CHEAPER
Department of Agriculture Give Out
Flgurea of a Year Ago
(By Associated PrmJ
Washington May 26. Farmera thla
year are receiving 3 per cent more for
beef cattle tban one year ago but less
for hoga and abeep. These are the
Department of Agricultures flgurea.
Texas and Oklahoma were exceptions
In hogs. In these States the prices are
'By AiMclattd Prsn
Chicago III. May 26. A citizens
committee of fifteen reports that com-
mercialized vice In Chicago was prac-
tically stamped out by last years campaign.
Anti-Trust Bill Not to Forbid Organi-
zation by Union Labor
(By Associated Pre.il '
Washington. May 2!. House lead-
era today tentatively' agreed to In-
corporate In the antl truot bill a labor
union exemption which prevents the
bill from forbidding organization by
laboring men and farmers.
HOPEFUL OF RESULTS
Will not Permit the Land Question to Disrupt the
Mediation and Think They Can Arrive at a
Common Accord United States Insists on
Settling Land Matter Mexican Delegates
Nearly Ready to Give List of Men From
Which to Select a -Provisional President.
Consul Silliman Arrived at Vera Cruz.
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YOUR WANTS IN "GROCERIES"
Can be supplied on short notice if you
send us your orders.
' REID BROTHERS
PHONE 64 PHONE 78
By Associated frwsj
Niagara Falls Orit May 26. One
Mexican delegate said today be will
not let the agrarian question disrupt
the mediation. He said "I think
there la way of coming Into common
accord on this and other poluu so e
may complete the work very shortly."
The Mexican delegatea are nearly
ready to present a list of Mexlrana
from whom to choose a Provisional
President who will choose a cabinet
representing all Mexican factions and
plan for a fair election. The Mexican
delegates are also to propose educa-
U. I. INSISTS ON LOND MATTER.
I By Associated Prss
Niagara Falls Ont.. May 26. The
Mexican delegatea today decided to
postpone the Issuance of any state-
ment on the land question which thus
far they have not admitted Is a sub-
ject proper for the mediators while
the United States Insists on Its con-
sideration. The American delegates
confererd with the mediators today.
SILLIMAN AT VERA CRUZ.
fBy A.ocll1 Press 1
Vera Crw Mexico May 26. Consul
Silliman arrived here today. He d
clinea to talk.
Ifj MINE DISTRICT
(By Atooclatrd Prm)
TVInldad Colo. May 26. I'nlted
States troops were fired on last night
near a coal miner's camp. None were
(By Aocie1 Prl
Fairfield. Tex. May 26. One .hun-
dred possemen surrounded a negro
Lloyd Thomas accused of the murder
of James Casey a white man in the
bottom near here this afternoon.
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Lawn Swings' Refrigerators Oil and Gasoline Stoves Awn-
ings and Torch Shades you can find at
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i IS NO MORE WILLIAM J. BUHFiS
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menu ur uui l ir :
"THE FLOUR PERFECT"
To be as far superior to the next best Flour
in town as the next best Flour in town is su-
perior to the sorriest Flour manufactured.
Some Guarantee Isn't It?
Try a Sack
(By Associated Prew)
Harre. Macs. May 26. Jacob A.
Riis.a widely known author and social
worker died here today.
8ALVATO GAVE BOND.
Nick Salvato one of the participants
In the killing of the negro Luke
Brown who killed his father Frank
Salvato In tiie bottom last week came
In yesterday waived examination and
made bond in the sum of 1300.
(By Associated Press
Atlanta Ga May 26. The con-
tempt case against the detective Wil-
liam J. Burns In the Frank case waa
. Some men attract no more attention
than a thermometer on a pleasant day.
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 156, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 26, 1914, newspaper, May 26, 1914; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth324753/m1/1/: accessed July 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .