The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE
VOL XXX. No. 42.
BRYAN TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1915.
PRICE: H-C9 Pr Ymt
SENDS MESSAGE OF VICTORY
DO YOU BUY MEAT?
Stew Meat 10c lb.
Chuck Steak 10c lb.
Chili Meat 10c lb.
Pan Sausage I0c lb.
Steak 12 l-2c to... 15c lb.
Ilonst 12 l-2c to . ..15c lb.
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS.
HARDY NEWTON'S MARKET.
SUNDAY MORNING DELIVERIES 730 TO 9.
4 cans Columbine small
Colorado Teas regu-
lar 20c kind 55c
-Japanese and French Marines Were
Landed and Put Them Under
fly AnnnrlntM Pre )
Tokio Feb.. IS. Press l!;-pat he
ay that Hindu soldiers at Singapore
In the Malay Straits a British H1S-
vesslon revolted. Japanese and
French marines were landed there
and there was street fighting. It Ih
reported the revolters were subjected.
VICKliROS Has a Car of
Extra Select Ear Corn
on track for seed "Surcropper Variety"
and every farmer can save more than one
dollar per bushel by shelling their own corn.
Come quick before it is gone.
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We Are Prepared With
to Suit the Occasion
Just at this time we have a great number of cheap Buggies es-
pecially constructed to withstand the hard usage to which they will
be subjected to on our rough roads. .
With a large stock of cheap new Buggies and a number of good
second-hand Buggies on hand we can show you good Buggies for
$15.00 $25.G0$35.00 and $50.00
Hamburger 12c lb.
Veal Loaf ; .15c lb.
l'ork 15c lb.
Sliced Racon 25c lb.
Sliced Ham 25c lb.
Whole Hams 20c lb.
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Aged Inmate of Old People's Home.
Shoots Another and Cut Hie'Own
Throat Quarrel Over Lady.
(Br Associated Preaa.)
Dallas Tex.. Feb. IS. J. K.
Ked 70 an Inmntc of the old people's
home here shot and probably fatally
wounded Nat Herrlngton aged 80
with a pistol thin morning. Lee cut
Ms own throat. They had a depute
over attentions to an aged woman of
110 CITY AH
(Br Aaaoclitrrt Preaa.)
Washington. Feb. 18. Official State
Impart nient dispatches say the Car-
ranza forces have again evacuated
Mexico City. The Zapata forces have
A. D. BLACKWELL
SHOT AND KILLED
(Fy Associated Press.)
Abilene Tex. Feb. IS. A. U. Black-
well a prominent citizen of Nugent
was shot and killed there this morn-
ing. Hamby Short surrendered.
Assures His People Throughout the German Em-
pire That "Our Beloved East Prussia Is Free
From the Enemy"- German Submarine
Blockade Is On Passenger Traffic Suspend-
ed Freight Continues A Large Type Zep-
pelin Was Lost in Danish Territory Swift
Destroyers Will Protect Threatened Steam-
ersGerman Cruiser Sank Four English
Ships Off Brazil The German Note Con-
cedes Nothing to the United States Russian
Prisoners Number 64000 Austrians Cap-
ture Town in Galicia.
(By Aaaorlated PriM.)
Berlin Feb. 18. Emperor William
is on the Eastern battle line and sent
this message: "The Russians are
completely beaten. Our beloved East
Prussia Is free from the enemy."
BLOCKADE IN EFFECT.
(By AtortiH Praia.)
London Feb. 18. The first effect
of the German blockade was the stop-
page of all passenger traffic between
England and Holland. The freight
Largest Type Zeppelin Exploded.
(By Aeeorlatwd Ptim )
London Fib. is. Last nidu s re-
ported explosion of a Zeppelin In
Danish territory has been confirmed.
It was the L-:" one of the lames; in
commission and was over five hun-
dred feet long. It caught fire In the
air and descended hastily. The crew
of eighteen all escaped before the ex-
plosion. Her speed was forty knots
Turkey Apologizes to Greece.
" (Br Asioeltfe4 Preaa
Ixindon. Feb. IS. Turkey has Yield-
ed to Greece In her demand for satis-
faction for an Insult to an attache nt
the Greek Embassy In Constantinople.
The chief of police In person apolo-
gized. The Greek Ambassador had
left on account of the Insult.
Destroyed Will Protect.
(By Associated Press.)
New York Feb. 18. Cable mes-
sages today announce that swift
British and French destroyers will
meet all threatened steamships flying
the allies' flags and escort them Into
port. Shipping nicri here say the
German hloi kade will have little ef-
fect. German Cruiser Sank Four Ships.
(By Associated Pre.)
liuenos A) res Feb. IS. Since the
first of this year the German auxiliary
(fulser Crown Prime Wllhelnt has
destroyed two British steamers and
two British ships off the Brazilian
roast The German steamer Holger
brought their crews here today.
Turk Celebrate Imaginary Victory
(fcr Aewx-lated Preu )
Alexandria. Egypt Feb. H. Refu-
gees aboard the American cruiser j
Tciinesee from Syria nay the Turk .
have maltreated some foreigners but j
generally they are calm. In letters
of gold the news of a great alleged i
Turkish victory was posted In Jaffa
stilling the Turks sank several Brit-1
Ish cruisers raptured the Suez Canal
and are now marching on Alexandria. I
Foreigners In Jerusalem were rom-j
pelled to remain Indoors for safety
during; the celebration of this "vie
Germany Concedes Nothing to U. 8.
fBy Associated Press.)
Berlin. Feb. IS. The American
Ambassador has Issued a summary
of the German reply to the American
note. The German reply Is friendly
but refuses to concede to the United
States anything. It oilers again to
withdraw the war tone blockade if
England wilt permit the Importation
of food to Germany. The note places
the entire blame on England repeat-
ing the German arguments already
published for the past three days.
The note suggested that the Vnited
States has the power to make the
declaration of London respected by
the allies' fleets and thereby remove
the necessity of the blockade. It of-
fers to arrange for American war
ships to convoy American merchant-
men In the war tone carrying non-
Russian Prisoners Reach 64000.
' (By Associated Pre.)
Berlin Feb. 18. (OfficInU The
Russian prisoners captured In East
Prussia now total at least 64000.
Austrian! Capture Kolemea.
(By Associate Preaa.)
Vienna. Feb. 18. (Official.) The
Austrians have captured Kolemea tn
Galicia with 2000 prisoners.
(By Associate. Praaa.)
Wichita Falls Tex. Feb. 18. Rev.
rhlllp Kline rnstor of the Catholic
Church of Henrietta was arrested to-
day and charged with arson in con-
nection with the burning of the old
j school building last summer.
01 ARSON CHARGE
FRESH FISH EVERY FRIDAY.
Club House Lobster.
Norway Mackerel In kits.
Fisher Roy Salmon
Aug. Gillette Sardines.
Neptune Sardine Paste.
Choice Maryland Crab Flakes.
PAY A PERSONAL VISIT TO
THE CLEANEST GROCERY STORE
IN CENTRAL TEXAS
166 Two Phones
W. S. WILSON JR.
The C. O. D. Grocer
i i irvvrrri n i"n i sj
WILL NOT CALL
President Haa About So Decided
Regardless of Fate of
(By AaeorUted Praaa.)
Washington Feb. IS. President
Wilson has virtually decided not tJ
call an extra session for March 5. no
matter what the fate of the ship bill.
Gin AID OIL
(Br Associated Praaa.)
Austin. Tex.. Feb. IS The gin and
oil mill divorrement bill was unfavor-
The Senate bill for an Investigation
of flie cotton seed business was
NEWS FROM WELLBORN.
Wellborn had a second big fire Inst
week. T. H. Royder's general mer-
chandise store burned about 2:30
o'clock Monday morning. It Is
thought some one broke Into the store
for the purpose of stealing and then
set the house on fire. A pair of over-
all was found next morning some
distance down the road. Mr. Royder
was at Cawthon at the time of the
burning and knew nothing about It
until the next day. The sight of his
prosperous business place In ashes
the next day unnerved Mr. Royder
as strong as he Is. All of his patrons
and friends regret the loss of his
store. It was with difficulty that A.
W. Royder's atore was saved. Had
the w ind been In the north the whole
business section of the town would
hare burned. The Houston & Texas
Central depot caught from a defective
flue In one of the waiting rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Harrington were
up from Milllcan and took dinner
with their daughter Mrs. Will Nee'ey.
Our high school girls were very
much disappointed at not getting to
piny the Bryan girls as scheduled.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Royder J. P.
Royder and others were visitors to
Mr. and Mrs. George Royder visited
relatives and friends in Milllcan.
Give them Fenacoa; if they don't lay they are roosters.
Spray our Dip to kill mites and disinfect
Uwanta Hrand Crabs.
Tunna Fish (Pierce's.
and all varities of
field seed at
Mrs. A. W. Royder's sister from
Dallas Is visiting her this week.
Mrs. Minnie Foster and Miss May
visited relatives In Harvey.
Rev. C. C. Wheeler of Bryan was
down to see Mrs. John Hensarling
who has been very sick for some time.
A lively contest Is on In our union
Sunday school here. Last Sunday the
Reds bad thirty -five present while
the Blues bad thirty.
Douglas Royder and Abram Hen-
sarling were home Sunday from Col-
lege. They passed successfully the
first term examinations.' This shows
the good work which Profs. Batson
Key and Trussell have done in Well-
born high school. Reporter.
Wellborn. Tex. Feb. 15 1915.
The 27th of February Is the last
day. Do not forget to bring me your
votes before that time. I want to
thank you for the votes given me In
the past and will assure you I will
appreciate any further favors shown
me. MISS DELIA McALPINE.
BELLE OF WICHITA
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1915, newspaper, February 18, 1915; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth324978/m1/1/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .