The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 156, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 26, 1914 Page: 3 of 6
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Tim BRYAN DAILY KAC.T.E
POLITIC! AND POLITICIANS.
President Wilson will send hi fsml-
lo the summer capital on July 1.
While the govsjnment at Washing-
n may not obJe io the Importation
arm und amwunlllpn by way of
amplco I? U not believed there will
Is any Immediate recognition of the
Five thousand Rid Crosa nnre
tarefully trained and with three years'
ctual experience to their credit stand
to readiness to go to nurae the elrk
nd wounded at a moment's notice
Fifteen offlrera muat he removed
rom "actual aervlce In the navy thla
ear to comply with the law requiring
certain uuraber of promotions' In
fcsch grade annually. Lsst year four
keen offlcera fell victim to thla law
knd at leat two of them have alnce
tiade efforta In Congreaa to be rein
William Draper lewl candidate of
ths Progress ve for Governor 01
Pennsylvania declare that the Wash
ington party will be victorious next
November and Roosevelt will be
resident In M. I.ewi li a physl
Eclsn of high aUndlng and hai a aplin
did practical record.
beat Rlrla t) (be theutrei 'and then1
have a little aupper afterward there
will be leaa desertion from the serv-
Ice. ' ''
Chairman Moorehead of the North
Carolina BUte Republican organiza
tion hae Issued a rail to the executive
committee of both Republlcana and
Progressive for an early meeting In
Raleigh. He declare that there la
an lrreltlble tendency toward a re-
turn to protection and that on thla
Isiue and on the Panama tolla policy
the two psrtles will unite. They will
nominate both Congressional and Gu
Nicholas 8. Hill of New York vice-
president of the American Waterworks
Aoelatlon. predlcta that the waate
of water due to Inefficiency of man-
agement and the Inability of local
chlefa to provide for future develop-
ment In pUnnlng water dIMrlbutlon
ayatems for large rltle. will Inevita-
bly mult In the government taking
over control and management of all
waterworka In the United State.
In aplte of the criticism that hai
been directed against him both at
home and In the Vnlted State. Sir
Lionel Cardcn Rrltllah Ambassador
to Mexico haa been relented iy hi
government to remain until the pre
ent difficulty In the Republic I ended
Secretary of the Navy Ihinlels I
aald to be the staunches! friend that
Cupid ha had In the Cabinet In many
v.r. Mr nanlels ha Just let It be
known that he purpoea to extend the h0'
ahore leave of aallora when their ahlp i
THIS DAY IN HISTORY
1817 Flrat veel registered at Buf-
' falo N. Y.
182 Varna In Bulgaria waa restored
by the Rulana and the fortifi
1831 A great riot took place In Hobo-
ken N. J. between the young
men of New York and thoae of
1874 The mayor of New Orleana la-
aued an appeal to the country
for relief for 45000 victims of
the Louisiana flood.
18HG Coronation of the Emperor and
Empre of Rula at Moscow
1904 The Japanese captured Klnchow
and Nanhan Hill after a battle
laming alxteen hour.
1909 William Lorimer elected Ben
tor from lllinola after a four
WHAT INVENTORS ARE DOING.
Spellman & Murray patent attor
neya of Dallaa Texas announce fhe
Issuance by the United Statea Patent
Office at Washington). C. of the fol
lowing patenta to residents of Texa
for the week ending May 2.1 1914:
Lvcursus Andera in. Lake Creek
Levi M. l)o man Vort Worth auto-
matic fuse plug.
Hldney .M. Freeborn San Antonio
dirigible automobile lamp.
Clyde C. Grabendlke Sherman card
Albert U ilafer WeHtfleld cultiva-
Frank Kramer Chllllcothe drag
CW 1914 TU Horn d Kwimi
WILL ATTEND BAYLOR
The following are sohWrJT the teach
er and atudenta of Drazos County who
will attend the Baylor University Rum
mer School which opens June 15:
Mle Onle William Nannie Wil
liam Pansy Hall Blanche Hanna
Bernlce Hanna Emily Tatum Ruth
Taylor Roaalle Taylor Ray Taylor
Maude Sowarby Lillian Lloyd Annie
Mathla Pearl Mathl Ethel Toblaa
Pearl Edge Oule Prlntel Irma
Cloud Willie Belle Johnson Mr. El
ten Lloyd Messrs. F. A. Templeton
M. B. Autry William L. Power
George Power J. P. Watson J. D
Bamett Rufua Mead 8. F. Kelly.
WHITE MAN SHOT NEGRO.
A negro by the name of Hale wa
hot and badly wounded yesterday In
a dlffluclty with a white man at Tunis
or "Dogtown" In Burleson County. The
ahot wa fired from a pistol and sfuck
the negro In the stomach ranging
downward. Dr. Oliver wa called to
the scene aa aoon aa poslble and
brought the negro to Bryan. He be-
llevea the negro will recover although
Street Tramo In Old Tlmo London.
On Jan. 10. 1035. au attempt wa
made to aolre the problem of tondoo
traffic by restricting tne nutnoer or
hackney coscbes. Cbarlea L Issued a
proclamation setting out that "hack
ney coacbe are Dot only a greet "
torbanct to fata majesty bla dearest
eonaort the queen the nobility end
other of place and decree to tbelr
pans re through the street but the
streets themselves are ao pestered and
the pavement ao broken op that the
common passage la thereby hindered
and made dangerou. end the prices
of bay provender etc thereby made
exceedingly dear. Wherefore we ei-
pressly command and forbid that no
hackney coacbe or hired carriage be
need or suffered in London. Westmin
ster or the suburb thereof except
they be to travel tbres mile out of
the same. And also that no person
shall go In a coach through the aald
streets except the owner of the eosr
shall constantly keep np four able
horses for onr service when required."
The Wystsrlou Thyroid. I
The thyroid gland which Is situated
about the lower part of the throat Is
still medical mystery.
'radically notnlng Is known aa to its
oses sod very little about the causes
of disease In It Ooltor' Is a ooomallg
nant enlargement of the thyroid g?snd
The swelling may be no mors than a
mere thickening or U may grow into
a mass weighing several pounds. It t
common la mounisinous ammo asn
where there I magneslan limestone m
the sot) sod drinking water. Operation
may btt necessary but goltar will usual-
ly yield to treatment and Is rarely
faUL Malignant disease of the thy
roid eland Is often associated with
overstrain or sodden shock. Ber Op
tra ti on Is generally necessary snd Is a
very serious matter indeed. In some
mysterious wsy removal of the thyroid
gland affects the mental powers snfl
the oofortnnat person who has nu
thyroid removed Is In great danger of
losing his wits mora particularly Ids
memory Pearson's Weekly.
An Error In Gsography.
On one occasion the British lost s
point In their war with Russia by res-
son of so error in their geography
This waa when Commodore Elliot bad
succeeded In blockading the Russian
fleet in the gulf of Bsgbatln. on the
eaat coast of Siberia. The Russian
wera In a rul de sac. and the British
badly wounded. The name of the white gbp wate(j contentedly for aucb time
man who did the snooting wa not I aa the enemy should venture to put tc
Selection becomes a
pleasure when you see
A PIANO FOR SALE.
We have a flrit-clai piano that ha
been repoeaed on account of fall
ore to meet payment which we will
dispose of. rather than take It back
the variety of high grade n 0)6 tore- l reat bftrsalD- If
' I you are in a position to uae thla ex-
. i cellent piano at a real bargain price
doming ve arc Miuvung wll elther pnonA n or can t
the atore for particulars. Will Bell
for caah or on partial payment.
E. F. PARKS t CO.
1 Carlton II. Maryott Dallaa reduc-
port He think that If the ' uf "'""rated fatty adda and
$15 to $25
Straws Straws Straws
$1 and more
jacklea have more time to take their
"NOM PUNCTURE" AUTO
Guaranteed 7500 Miles Service
These tlrea bear the greatest known
mileage guarantee yet are sold at a
price even less than tire of ordinary
guarantee. Thla guarantee covtra
punctures blow-outs and general
wear. Guarantee covers 7.500 miles
-service against everything except
abuse. These tire are Intended for
roost evere service. A a SPKCIAL
INTRODUCTORY offer we will allow
the following price for the next ten
. 26 00
cent extra. 6 per cent discount If pay
cent exara. 6 per cent discount If par
tnent In full accompanies order and If
two are ao ordered shipping charge
will be paid Ay u. C. O. D. on 15
per cent of amount of order. Our
output la limited so ws suggest early
ordering. We sell direct only giving
purchaser the advantage of all mid
dlemen a prom.
NON-PUNCTURE TIRE FACTORY
Otto Neimann San Marcoa door.
Charlee A. Rhoade. ramps rotary
Frank Thatcher. El Paso making
Arthur Ford. Wellington automatic
fuel regulator for steam generator
HOTEL BRYAN ARRIVALS
H. M. Rlcketts New Orleans.
S. M. Bock Houston.
T. R. Alexander Austin.
M. Schoensteln Dallaa.
W. B. .McCorkle Galveston.
Gus J. Myer. Houston.
W. G. Lockwood Houston.
J. R. Ralne. Taylor.
Nelson Phillip. Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Metcalfe Pear
L. Nossek Wichita Falla.
J. E. Green Fort Worth.
E. E. Hill. Austin.
E. C. Moore. Dallas.
R. C. Hay. Mayfleld Ky
J. C. Nagle. Austin.
J. W. Hill Houston
T. F. Everett New Yoji
A. Bodeiihelmer Hoirtton.
W. E. fiiilth
O'SHAUGHNESSY AT BANQUET.
SPECIAL FOR ALL THIS WEEK.
Divinity klsse. regularly old st
forty cent per popound will be spe
cialized at twenty dve cents. They sre
delicious. VICK & DAWSON.
We have arranged a
ses. But tney waiiea in vain ana si
last an Investigation waa made. It
waa found that the Russian fleet bad
vanlabed. While the British commo
dore waited at the south end of tbt
gulf the Russian ships slipped sway
through the shallow a at the north end
into the sea of Okhotsk. Until tnu
discovery waa made the British gov
eminent had believed Sagballn to U
a oenln.ula. Now too late they
learned thai It waa an Island with a
very narrow channel at the north end
of the gulf running- Into the ses of
Ao Eskimo hs been found and no
verv nmisuai rxitimo si in-wu
eats when he can get It. four pounds
of boiled meat per day. When an Es
kimo can get all be want to eat be
makes a buslntwa of IL He doesn't
store It in he refrtKerstor. tint In his
Yet the Eskimo la a healthy creature.
pemllerly fre from digestive disorder.
A Copenhagen doctor has a subject-
he Isn't s pstient nor s "case." but so
eihlhtt-who Is keeping np wonderful
ly on potatoes and oleomargarine tie
eata. It I aald. eight pounds of potatoes
s dsy when working bard. He like
wise enjoya capital health.
It la atranee In view of these two In
stances that s prominent medical au
thority should venture to Inquire
whether msny of the rigid rules of
physldana who prescribe aystema of
Fiddled Into Office.
tossing relates that In 1848 be met
at Oswego. N. I- Major Oocbran. then
nearly eighty years old. a son-in-law of
General PblHp Rcboyler -who told the
story of bis election to congress during
the administration of the elder Adams.
A vessel wss to be launched on ou? of
tb lakes In Interior Mew Tork snd
people came from afar to see It The
young folks gathered there determined
to hsvs a dance at night There was a
fiddle but no fiddler. Toang Cochrsi
waa an amateur performer and bit
service were demanded. Be gratified
the Joyooa company and at ths suppst
table one of the gentlemen remark!
In commendation of his talents that be
wss "Ot for congress." Tbs matter
was talked op and be was nominated
and elected a representative ra con
creaa for the district then comprialnf
tbe whole of New York west of Sche-
nectady. De alwaya claimed to havs
"Addled himself Into congress."
New York May 26. The banquet
planned by the Members' Council of
the Merchants" Association w ith the JJ qqsq q all the neWl diet are well founded -Syracuse Post
oujeci 01 giving me youua men oi ine i Btanaara.
city an object lesson In co-operative f J0verS J line R O S C S
enort tor the advancement or tne
.Where Dollars Originated.
Joachiinetabl. near Carlsbad. Is his-
toric ss tbs blrtbplsce of the original
dollar. Tbla waa the silver gnlden-
groscben. coined In lfilQ by order ot
Connt Scblk-k from the metal of a
recently opened mine snd It became
known si the Joarhlmsthaler or "tha-
ler" alone for abort Before 1000 ths
nimble English language bad already
made "dollar" of thla. Thereafter this
name waa loosely need of all manner
of coins varying In value from 73
cents to f 123 and belonging to all man-
ner of coontrles from 8weden to Js-'
pen. It wss from the prevalence of
the 8psnlab "dollar" In the British-
American colonies st the time of their
revolt that the modern "almighty dol-
lar" waa derived while In modern
English very recent alanf baa given
the name to the crown piece.
city' welfare will take place this even- p0ppJeS Geraili UIT1S k'
lug. Nelson O'Shauglinessy former 1 1 I
ico will be forget-me-nots wreaths editor
aker. Mr. I
charge d'affaires In Mexico.
one of the principal sp
Wil'ino to Help.
One morning a rather commao'llnt
woman entered a newspaper
office and asked to see the editor. The
wss promptly produced
vonr paper this morning." said
O'SliaiiRhnessy occupied a difficult and fheSe f lowers are WOrth I the woman In a cold bard voice "yon!
dangerous (Hist and his address to
the young men will no doubt be of Un tQ 25c 35c and 50c per I wn(ller
great Interest. Mayor Mltchel alno 1 ' 1 I "It la a
Is on the program and a oue of the Jjjrich
youngest men wno nave auainea men
station In public life. It Is especially
appropriate that he should apeak at
LEOPODD MbtTRIS TO SPEAK HERE
l.eopollMorri la the first of the
candidateaVor Governor to discover
that Bryan ik on the map. or If they
discovered It to deem It of sufficient
Importnnee for a personal visit. He
baa a speaking date for Bryan on
Wednesday June 17. Let ua accord
him the courtesies due on such occa-
sion and give him a large audience.
TEXAN IS RESTORED BY
WONDERFUL STOMACH REMEDY
Alvarado Man Gets Appetite
Comfort Back After Tak-
ing First Dose.
T. A. Rensley of Alvarado Texas
suffered for a long time from derange-
ment of the digestive tract. He had
colic attackB and IndlgeHtlon.- HI
"liver wa Inactive and he wa In pain
He took Mayr'a Wonderful Stomach
Remedy. From the very first dose It
brought swift result. He wrote:
' "I have taken your treatment for
stomach trouble and consider It a
Godsend to suffering humanity. I
have been suffering from stomach
troubles for a long time such a colic
attacks bloating after eating sick
spells Indigestion constipation and In-
active liver and gall stones. Now I
do not feel like the same man. I can
cheerfully commend this remedy to all
- Mr. Hensley's experience Is typical
of those of the thousands who have
taken Mayr's Wonderful Stomach
Remedy with such success. The first
Mayr s Wonderful Stomacn nemeay
clears the digestive tract of mucoid
accretions and removea poisonous mat-
ter. It brings quick relief to suffer
er from stomach liver and bowel
troubles. Many declare It hamsaved
them from dangerous operations and
many are sure that It has saved their
The remarkable success of this rem-
edy has caused many Imitators so be
cautious. Be sure it's Mayr's. Prob
ably It Is known among your own
neighbors. Ask them. Go to Smith
Drug Co.'s drug store and ask about
the wonderful 1 results It haa been ac-
compelling In cases they know or
send to Geo. H. Mayr. Mfg. Chemist
154 156 Whiting St..' Chicago 111. for
free book on stomach ailments and
many grateful letters from people who
have been restored. Any druggist
will tell you Its wonderful effects.
ZLATINSKY THE NEW
COMET NOW VISIBLE
Anybody here seen Zlatlnsky?
Zlatlnsky Is neither a fugitive from
Justice nor a vaduevllle headllner. It
Is the new comet discovered May 17
by European astronomer.
Zlatlnsky has passed from the morn-
ing Into the evening sky where It msy
now1 be seen by lloustonlans. It was
viewed Sunday evening at 8 o'clock
at the local Carothera' Observatory
snd is described ss being bright but
not fully developed. To the naked
eye It has the appearance of one of
the fainter stars slightly blurred but
even an opera glass will bring It out
as a email round nebula looking quite
different from the stars.
Look for Zlatlnsky In the western
sky a little north of due west between
g and 8:30 p. m. It forms the eastern
point of a large trlanagle of which the
bright planet Venus and the fairly
bright star Capella further north than
Venue form the base. It will be found
a little further to the south and east
evenings. Houston Chronicle.
Marks ths Busts.
On every side In the Malay wilds tbs '.
traces of the beasts which here live as
scheduled ss safe from molestation ss
did their SDcentors Is pre-Adamite
days srt visible on tree trunk on
beaten game path and on the yielding
clay at the drinking places by the har-
rying stream. Here s belt of mnd nine
feet from the ground shows that sn ele
phant baa robbed bia Itching back
against the rough bark of s tree snd
see coarse bales are still sticking In
the hardened clay. There a long sharp
scratch repeated at regular Intervals
marka the paaalog of a rhinoceros.
Here sgaln is the nail mark of a tiger
barely an boor old. and the pitted
track of deer of all sizes snd varieties
surround tbe deeply punched boles
sav that Mr. Jones la a bribetaker
a mudslinger and a crook
matter of politic madam."
aald tbe editor apologetically. "I am
very sorry that we are compelled tc
make statements of that kind on yonr
account for I take It that you are a
"I am bis wife's mother." answered which are the footsteps of sn elephant.
the visitor "and I want to aay thai
yon haven't told more than half the
truth. The next time yon want to
publish hla 'biography I wish you
would send a reporter to me." Phi la
For 8ale by The Smith Drug Company
ST. JOHN ORPHAN HOME FAIR.
St. John Orphan Home fair oiiened Shipment . JUSt received
last night and had a hearty support .
by both while and colored. Thla In- frOlll INeW York Wlttl
stltutlon Is an industrial orphnnng. .... . t
It turns out some of the best cooks all the latest Styles OI
laundry hands farm hands etc. that
can possibly be found. v This I the
Inrgest negro orphanage In the South.
and the whites are very friendly dis-
posed to this Institution and have con-
tributed largely to Its support. When
they go from this Institution they have
a father and mother. Their right hand
Is their father and their left hand Is
their mother. Services open nt 8 p.
m. West Side Tark. Special seats for
' A. MOORE Financial Secretary!
trimming such as Mer-
cury Wings Grograin
Rihhons and Pom Poms
and new Malines.
Down His Nsek.
An Ohio farmer took hla numerous
progeny to s county fair In that stats.
As the party moved about tne grounds
tne father felt hla fourth born tugging
at bla coatttll. lis turned snd the
yoongster begged blm to buy a certain
"Buy It yourself." said father.
"Where's tbe dime I gavs you a llttls
:""lt's down my neck."
"Well shake It outr
"But. father" protesUJ tbs lad.
can't It waa In my mouth wben H
went down." Youth's Companion.
"Has that young man any bad hab-
its r ssked tbe cautious father.
"No." replied Uladya Jane "ne nev.
er goes Into a saloon."
"I know. But he looks as If he spent
terrible amount of time hanging
around gents' furnishing stores."
Master Mary J wish yon would be
more careful. I'm sorry to bear my
wife has to scold you so often. Mary
Oh It's all right sir. I seldom takes
any notice of ber.-London Telegraph.
Mrs. Goodleigh (after feeding trampt
And are you a Christian Tramp-
Well mum. nobody can accuse me er
workln' on Sundays. Boston Tran-
Magistrate If I remember rightly
thla la not your Orst appearance In
court Prisoner No your honor but 1
hope you don't Judge by appearances.
There Is but one virtue the eternal
j sacrifice of self. George Sand.
A Drink of Water.
A glass of cold water slowly sipped
Will produce s grester sccelerstlon ot
the pnlse for a time than will a glass
of wine or spirits taken st s draft lu
this connection It msy not be out of
place to mention that sipping cold wa-
ter will often allsy tbe craving for al-
cohol In those who nsvs been In the
habit of taking too much of It and may
be endeavoring to reform tbe effect
being props bly due to tbe stimulant
Keep ths Mouth Clean.
A noted medical authority asserts
that our n no lean months diseased
teeth and gums are a constant and In-
sidious mensce to health. Tbey sre av
source of Infection In the Individual'
snd a dangerous depot for tbe dlsseml-
nation of disease to others.
"Now. tf vuo'H meet me st mv office
tonight I'll put you on to a big deal."
"Sorry old man bnt I'm following a
continued story In tbe moving pictures.
I most be there tonight or I'll miss
an Important Installment" Louisville
The harvest moon Is the full moos
that makes Its appearance at the time
of tbe harvest or shout tbe autumnal
equinox. It rises st tbe ssme time for
Mrs. Renpeck Yc o were talking In
your aleep last sight Henry. Mr. Hen
peck I beg yonr pardon my dear for
having interrupted you. Stray Stories
Very Much Gone.
"Edith Is tbst young man goner
called tbe landlady at ten bells.
"Yes completely" came the answer.
It never occurs to fools that merit
and good fortune are closely nnlted.-
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