The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 188, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 8, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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with local thunder showers.
VOL XXX NO. 188.
BRYAN TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST 8 1916.
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ALSO CARRY SEVERAL
Csrrsnza Willing to Treat on Other
Matter Following Settlement of
' Washington. Aug. 8. The Curran.a
government wunt to treat the border
ltuatlon Dret by the proponed Joint
International commission but la will-
ing that other matter be discussed
later. Ambassador Arredondo ao out
lined the Mexican attitudo to at tin
(secretary rolk today who took the
Information to the cabinet meeting.
This Indicates the State Department
tv satisfied and It la bollcved the call
of the ambaasadur remove the last
obstacle to the appointment of the
American commlaaioner for the conference.
HOUSE TO ACCEPT
Wilton Today Urged Senate and Houae
Conference to Induce House to
Accept Senate' Program.
(Dy Associated I'ress.)
Wellington Ail)?. 8. President
Wilson today urged the leader of the
Senate and House conference on tile
naval bill to Induce the House to ac
cept the Senate a provision for a
lu.'tsor building program and an In-
treated penionnel of the nary. The
.'resident was told that a vole on the
eonferenre retrt would be taken
The Italian Troops Won a Decided Victory Over
the Austrians Taking Several Trenches and
Capturing 3600 Prisoners On the Western
Front the Germans Gained the Advantage at
Verdun and the Allies Won on the Somme
River Vienna Claims the Austrians Won
Over Italians in a Naval Engagement.
Fancy Seeded Muscatels Packed in
Sanitary Tins .. ...
12 Oz. Cans 15 Cents.
- Reid Bros.
Washington Aug. 8. The adminis-
tration ha decided to a-crept Carran-
ta'i auggestlon for a dlwusslon of dif-
ference and will appoint a comrols-
London Aug. 8. Continuous .fight-
ing continue at Verdun and oil 'the
Somme River front The Germane
have the present advantage at; Ver-
dun and the entente on the Somme
The Germane gained a footing In
fhlaumont Wood which recently haa
changed handa often but lustamea
heavy losses in repu.ses in other
places according to Parla. 4
Along the Isonzo several Unas of
entrenchments were carried by Ital-
lana who took 3600 prisoner. Vien-
na admits the lost ground was only
partly recovered. '
IN BIG STRIKE
Party of Bryan .Young People In the
Car Which G. C. Lock Tried to
Pat When He Waa Killed.
Last Sunday afternoon George C
Locke a prominent banker of Lake
Charles La. who was In an automo
bile with two other men enroute to
Cuheston from Houston waa Instantly
COULTER TO NEW YORK.
'Conference Between Roada and Broth-lkUled nen hl car tried. t0 " an"
erhood Adjourned to
TO RE-ELECT WILSl
Statewide Canvass Is ' Planned fay
Committee In Houston to Raise
Fund for Wilson Campaign.
(By Associated PrJ )
Houston Texas Aug. 8. A com-
mittee of prominent Texaa Democrats
beaded by R. B. Rldgeway of Fort
Worth met here yesterday to make
plan for a statewide canvas for a
Mr. W. J. Coulter of the W. J.
Coulter Company dry goods left this
afternoon for New Orleans from
which point he will call tomorrow
afternoon for New York City to 'pur-
chase goods for hi firm. Mr. Coul-
ter expects to spend atout 10 day In
buying good at the Eastern market
and after a few daya spent In other
Eastern cltle he will return home by
the same route. II r. Coulter said thla
morning that owing to the good road
work and the cltr street paring that
haa been In progress the past several
weeks that hla business hat been far
better than In any summer lately.
The past few daya be baa been mak-
ing trips over the county taking a
look at the crops and sail that he
was going to report to Wall Street
2 when he reached New York that
llrazoa County would be ready In 11
very short lime to furnish her part
Frank Bromley or me .oh -lof 0 kwp of
infantry ana V V 1 X!mmerc. rolling. "If don't
vara klllml Rnndav nlcht when I ......
Naval Engagement Jiportci .
Terlln Aug. 8. An cnraBement be-
tween Austrian and Italian warshlre
occurred August 2. following a raid
Bv AiMoclatrd Tres.t
New York Aug. 8. The question of
. .. iuna 10 do usea in me vtooarow u
other automobile going In the same
direction. It wa learned this morn-i dm..- i. k. t.i..
rf ihm TnrwntlA Pttmnalrn Pnnif
V 111.. f . Wa.. .U...J.
iiuwiiieo lur a cam. a ho pruvcvui
Ing from O.' M. Dlttle of thli city who
returned borne from Houston last
night that the car the banker's tried '
. ; ' ' 7 . nlght lhat the C8f the bBDher ' tr'ea of the Texas campaign will be turned
whether the railroads are willing to t0 pa8g wag one beongInS to JarTel ww Ex.
grant the demand of the four broth- r3oyle 0f Houston and was loaded KnU Commlttw. Every democrat
erheods for an eight-hour day and
time and a half for overtime or aub-
mtt to a strike .waa presented to the
managers of the railroad today after
the count of he strike vote was fin-
ished. The vote Is overwhelmingly In
' ecuuve ommiuee. e.very emocrai
with Bryan young folka of which par- - of Tmm MpecUd to contribute a
ty he was a member. In describing ma) aroount lt u announced
the accident thmornlng-ymn? '""Members of the committee are:
tie aald It was the 'most horrible JoJin H KIrbyf n0UBton; Frank C.
thing he had ever witnessed In hie Davis San Antonio; J. J. Simmon.
life. He said the Boyles car whlcn Dallas: W. A. Wroe. Austin: I. J.
on the Italian coart by Auslrlan tor- favor of a strike. The roada gave nOWM ahead of WM foiDg Wortham Fort Worthi nd D.
do boats. The Vienna official state- definite answer and the conference t m thlrtT.flve mIIei a ganford Waco
ment aaya the Italian warsn.p wer (aajournca unui tomorrow 10 give luo hour nd the big car came uj be-
truck and that the flotilla retreated. I road further time. A. D. Carrctson
The Austrian vessels were not harmed. 'of the Conductors said they were
I ready to consider modified demands If
presented by the roads.
10 ARE KILLED
Oeputy Sheriff Henry Benolt and Cor-
poral Frank Bromley Victims of
Collision at New Braunfsla.
(By Ao-let4 rrM.t
flan Antonio. Aug. I. Corporal
Frank Bromley of the Third Illlnola
. : cu ui mere ruiiiuK. it wi aunt hibkw
benolt were kt.iea una.y -n-- bum w
a train struck an automobile In which
vitu itaiH eMa a
they wera riding. The accident oe-
furred at New Brannfels. Corporal
Brjwley was a 8panlh-Amerean war
RYAN WON NEXT MEITINQ.
Paleatlne. Teia. Aug. I. Tha Pal-
valine District Conference of tha ne-
gro Methodist Church came to a close
8unday night after a four daya aes-
fllon. Bryan. Teiaa. waa selocteJ aa tha
meeting place next year.
(By AsMctated PrMa.)
Black well. Okla Aug. 8. Lewi
Hart and le Ingle were killed here
thla morning by llgHlnlng.
just recently married.
Nine Hundred Milk Wagon Drivers
Out In St. Loul Police Called en
to Guard Plants.
iRv Associated Press.)
8L Louie. Aug. 8. The milk deal-
era association today declared a lock
out acalnat approximately 800 wagon
driver who had voted to strike. The
dealers callod on the police to guard
their planta and they expect to con-
tinue their wagona by the use of non
STREET CAR STRIKE
SETTLED Ifl !l Y.
IBv Associated rrM.)
New York. Aug. 8. A normal aer
hind them and without ever sound-
ing a warning tried to dart by at a.
speed of at least forty or possibly.
forty-five miles an hour. The Boyles
car pulled Just a little to the left-to
let them pasa and Just aa they were
beside them the big car struck soft
dirt gave a lurch and turned com-
pletely over twice. !r. Locke's
bead waa crushed and his brains
ooxed out and was not recognisable
to the other two men. The Boyles
car was stopped and they picked up
AfiAL to r:
Nomination of Partial Stat Ticket
Including Congressmen and U. B.
Senator Is Being Done.
(Br Aaantlaiad itw.i
' San Antonio ' Texaa Aug. I. Ra-
vice on moat all of the Important lne two other men who were very I convention here today for tha parpoea
1 1 A .. M a 4 . V. 1 a mAmln. 1 I i I . . A . J I . A . . . n . . . . a
iin w "" I aenousiy injureu anu ikiiibu iuclu qj nominating a paruai oiaie ucaew
the result ;of a settlement of the 0B to a hosplul at Galveston while 'candidates for Congress and UclUl
strike last night nart of tha nartr remained with the Rtata Sunatnr and nrealdentbU elect-
strike last night
PortUnd. Me. Aug. I -No furthet
trace has been reported of tha two
.... -a... uliiail Tester
Hart was day. Their Identity and destination
are still a mystery.
rui in' rir r juui.n nrinji.i ui ri ririr-r-'-ri-.i"-. 1 . . . ...i
Ve Show a Large Assortment of
Attractive Linoleum Patterns
Linoleum suited for any room in the house. We offer a class of
Linoleum that is thoroughly good but not expensive let us know
the size of the room you wish covered and we will make you an cs-
TO ARMY BILL
Besides Appropriation Bill Provides
for Maintenance of Reorganised
Army and National Guard.
Waahlngton Aug. I. Without de-
bate the Senate today agreed to the
conference report on the army appro-
priation bill carrying I267.S97.0O0. and
tha maintenance of the reorganised
regular army and the national guard.
part of the party remained with the 'states Senator and presidential elect
... a . a . I . . . . . . .
A. man nn-ii manna rnu n rm ' .
Mr. Blttle haa been In Houston
since Saturday In company with some
Ct ors to be voted on In the general elec
tion of November 7.
Candidates for the mora Important
Slate offices will be nominated ac-
cording to Chairman P. E Baer of He
other Brvan vounc rieonle attending
a houae party at the home of Jarrel Republican party In Texas. Tha nom
L UIIUIII I U
Inationa' win then be certified and
placed on tha official ballot
Coder the provisions of tha TerreU
election law tha Republican party la
thla Slat comes ander tha bead of .
those nartlea for whoea candidate tor
governor "receive lesa than lOO.OOO
votes and mora than 10.000 rote la
I the last preceding general electloa."
Annual International Sherlffa' Aaao-n such a condition tha law etatea
.i..t- u..i.a i.'nMM. at that party may either nominate Ita
...-.. . r I a a . I
canaiaaiea in pnuiai
convention. Tha latter method waa
fhoaen this year as In the paat
timatc of the cost.
Plant of Morning Daily New at Cor-
dcana Suffers Heavily as Result
of Fir This Morning.
tBy Ai-wta.H Pra.
Cnralrana. Texaa. Aug. I. Tha
newapaper plant of tha loraicana
Morning News suffered a heavy dam-
age early this morning by fire. The
Morning News "is practically a new
paper In Corelcana only having been
running a few months.
(By Associated Praaa)
Oklahoma City. OUa Aug. 1. The
annual meeting of tha International
Bherlffa' Association opened her to-
day for a three days aeeaton. Sev-
eral hundred peace officer were ex
pected to attend from all parts of the
. - . i naai a.usi-
Tha program as announced deala th ornjBg
a. a. - at . .U.UaIam ftnil I
vii n nnraunni in srriiuiotiiuKi
PAYING BASE COMPLtTCO
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orilrm In tho teveral tectlooi of tbt cin9 ptTinf will start U ft ttw 4&7.
FOURTH CUT MADE
IK A-wUI-xt PraM t
Shreveport La. Aug. The fourth
rut of a dime a barrel on light crude
oil production since the S5tb of July
wss announced this morning by the
Standard Oil Company.
VE DOW YAI1T YOUH BAIIK ACCODIS
But Ve Do Vtnt Ycrr Attest!::. !
We want to remind you that we sell every-
thing for the home. .We would like to show
you our stock of Furniture and Convince
you that HERE is the logical point at which
to make your purchases.
IV. T. JAr.1EGv Furnlturo
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Buchanan, A. J. The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 188, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 8, 1916, newspaper, August 8, 1916; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325425/m1/1/: accessed March 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .