The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 232, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 5, 1916 Page: 1 of 6
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HALVES AND SLICED
LITTLE ONES PEAS
CUT GREEN BEANS
"California Home" brand plcklee and relishes In cans
are not acquainted with this line we want to show you.
neini 0 vanetiee nearly all or them.
BATAVIA Ground Spices complete line.'
BATAVIA Small Peas one pound cans.
a BATAVIA Salad Dressing medium and picnic.
BATAVIA Mint Sauce.
BATAVIA Olive Relish.
College Brand Queen Olives quarts.
Queen Olives pimento stuffed.
Dry Shrimp and Wet Shrimp.
Rasbo (Raspberry Shrub)
Rae'a Finest Sublime Olive Oil. '
California Ripe Olives these are fine.
Choice Prunes in No. t cans.
Marabmallow Creme for Icing and filling cakes.
Dixie Relish A Braios County Product.
None-Such brand Mince-Meat in packages.
I Haaker'i Russian Caviar.
M Puree de fole Grai.
P Tournades Kitchen Bouquet.
O First Choice Mushroona
R Whole Grilled Mushroona. -
T Nonparellle Capers.
E Grated Parmesan Cheese. '
D Small Pearl Onions.
AND ALL FRESH FRUITS AND VEQKTABLES IN SEASON.
' PHONES 23-150-207 MARKET PHONE 111
The Invading Rumanians Who Crossed the Dan-
ube Into Bulgaria a pew Days Ago Have Been
Met by the Bulgarians and Defeated Sofia
Reports The Russians Have Resumed Their
Offensive Against Turkey and Inflicted Severe
Punishment-TEssed Pasha of Albania Con-
victed to Die by the Turks for- Declaring War.
French Made Gains on Somme.
PURE FRUIT JELLIES
are good for. children. They
supply a natural longing for
.sweets and are sustaining as
welt put don't risk the or-
dinary unknown Jellies or
jams. Come here for the
standard brands whose puri-
ty and wholesomeness are as-
sured. In that way only
C2EID Drco. :
To leave the store without calling for "GREEN" Coupon Is like
leaving your change on the counter.
8ofla Oct. 6. (Bulletin) Bulga-
rian troops from Bustchuk attacked
and defeated the Rumanian force of
sixteen battalions which recently
crossed the Danube Into Bulgaria the
war office announced today.
ELECTION FOR Ci
City Council at Called Meeting Passed Chief Executive of Nation Is Given
Resolution Ordering Election Re
girding Charter Com
At a called mectlnf Aestjfday af
ternoon of the city ofmnfll of the
City of Bryan a resolfesfon was car-
ried by the official board which au
thorises that an election be called
on the 7th day of November to see If
the majority of the Ui paying voters
of the city of Bryan favor the appoint
ment of a commission by the Cfty
Council of the City of Bryan to draft
a new charter for the city bf Bryan.
a Formal' notice or which Is found m
. another column of today's Eagle.
As the public generally la Informed
this la the first step to be taken
whereby a new charter can be se-
cured. If this measure Is defeated
.further proceedings will be Impossi-
ble. If the Majority of the voters
favor the plan then the commission
will be appointed and the charter
drawn and after due course of time
when same baa been published ac-
cording to the law covering tame
the voters will then vote on the char
ARRIVES AT OMAHA
Great Ovation aa He Enters en
One of Busiest Dsys of Career.
Omaha. Oct 8 President Wilson
arrived here at noon todav tnr nm
of the busiest days of his career. He
waa tlven a hues ovatinn n hi.
arrival He went Immediately to the
Commercial Club for a first Middle
Western speech since his campaign
opened and scheduled to make two
Essad Pasha Must DIs.
London Oct 6.-tThe death sen-
tence of death has been oassed In
Constantinople on Esssd Pasha for
mer provisional president of Albania
says a Reuter s dispatch. He waa con-
victed by a courtmartlal for conspir
ing against Turkey and declaring war.
War Summary. ...i.
London- Oct 6. The French made
further progress in the region of Jlor-
val on the Somme Hoot last night
capturing some war material the
rarla. war office declared today.
Sofia reports that the Bulgarian
troops have been successful In halting
the attempted advances of the entente
forcee In several sectors of the Vsre-
The Russians with the co-operation
of their fleet have resumed the of-
fensive in Armenia and Inflicted a
severe defeat on the Turks.
Candidate for Railroad Commissioner
Stops the Naming of Candidate
to be Placed on Official Ballot
Ft. Worth Oct 8. C. E. Oilmore
of Wills Point an avowed candidate
for the vacancy In the railroad com-
mission secured a temporary injunc-
tion tday against the naming -of a
candidate. The Injunction also pre-
vents Secretary-of State Jno. O. Mo-
Kay from certifying the name of any
candidate on the November ballot
A hearing la set for next Tuesday.
CATHOLIC COLLEGE IJ
Two Students and Three Elderly Fac
ulty Members May Have Per-.
Sii KILLS THREE
(By Amioclatwt Praa
St. Louis Mo. Oct. 5. Fire today
destroyed the Main Building a 'six
story structure of the Christian Broth
era College here. All students are ac
counted for but two and of the facul
ty Brother Cornor Brother Cormlck
aged ninety-three and Brother Clem
ena aged seventy-two are believed to
have perished. An assistant nurse
wno jumped from a fifth story win
dow wss seriously injured. The sacred
vessels In the chapel were rescued
by a brother.
Shock of Explosion of Three Cars of
Dygamite le Felt for Thirty-
Five Miles Around.
Inspector General Garcia 8aya Car-
ranxa Has' Made No Such De-
mand as la Reported.
WW Try to Step Democrats From
' Placing Candidate for Railroad
Commissioner en Ticket
Omaha Neb Oct 8 (Bulletin)
Governor Ooethala of the Panama
Canal Zone and Commissioner Clark
of the Interstate Commerce Commis-
sion were named by Pres. Wilson as
members ot the commission to inves
tigate the railroad elghOJiour law.
Gov. Ooethals Is chairman.
Bv. AMoHnte Pre)
I Pallas. Texss Oct 8. The Repubfc
cans 01 jexaa prooaDiy win enjoin the
State Democratic executive commtt-
itee from placing any candidate for
railroad commissioner on the Novem-
ber ballot according . to George f-
Rockhold. rice chairman ot the State
Republican executive committee. Mr.
Rockhold say the Terrell election law
doea not provide that the committee
can nominate a candidate In case of a
vacancy caused by death but can only
recommend eome one.
Granton. in Oct 6. Three persons
were killed and several injured when
three car loada of dynamite exploded
at the Illinois Powder Company mill
today. The shock of the explosion
was felt for thirty-five miles about
Will Scenes. Whe Fouoht Mtg Bui
With Constsbls Harrell Taken
From Jell and Hanged.
A ucical Masterpiece is the E
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(By Asaoca Prase.) .
Gilmer. Texas. Oct. 6. Will Spence.
a negro waa lynched night near
Grareton In I'pshur county. The
body waa found hanging to a tree rid-
died with bullets this morning
Spenre. It Is said fought a pistol duel
I with Constablo Harrell when Ue lat
ter tried to aerve a writ ot attach-
ment on him. Harrell aa only
slightly wounded. It Is supposed the
negro wss taken from the Jail "last
night by a mob ofrltliens after bis
(Br Associate Ptms.)
El Paso. Texaa Oct 8. Andreas
Garcia Inspector general of Carrania
consulates In the United States Tues-
day denied that an ultimatum had
been prepared by General Carrania
for presentation to the United States
for the Immediate withdrawal of the
The report that such an ultimatum
would be forthcoming within the next
14 Sours was published In Spanish
newspapers here yesterday.
Fresh fish and large and amall
canned oysters Friday at John A.
tvvo l;exig.cj d;j::s
Had Been Previously Closed by Car-
ranza and Open Now Under
(By Associated Press)
Washington. D. C Oct 5. The
Banco Xaclonale sad the Bank of
London and Mexico City two Mexico
City banks which bad been closed on
Csrranza'a orders requiring niore ade
quate metallic reserves and the re
rem pt Ion of outstanding notes la
specie bsve been reopened for busi-
ness under surveillance of a govern-
ment examiner' according to advices
received in official quarters today.
They have been given until November
15th to Increase their reserves.
METHOD OF CULTIVATING .
HUMAN TISSUE DISCOVERED
After Removst From Body It Will
Contlnus to Grow Indefinitely.
New Tork Oct 8. A method of
cultivating human tissue after its re
moval from the body so that It Drob-
ably wl)I continue to grow and multi
ply Indefinitely waa announced Wed-
nesday by Dr. Robert A. Lambert of
the pathological laboratory of the
Presbyterian hospital Whether taa
experiments would have any varae la
conserving human life the investlc-
tor does not say.
In describing the result Of his ex-
periments. Dr. Lambert said that the
difficulty In finding a culture medium
for human tissues can be overcome by
adding to human plasma or serum a
small quantity of fowl or pigeon plas-
ma the fibrin of which Is highly re-
sUtant to dlgeatlon.
"Human tissue." he said "has beeai
propagated In this medium for several
months through sub-cultures and tha
growth in vitro (glass Jars) can prob-
ably be maintained Indefinitely."
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Disorders Growing Out of Dairyman's
Troubles Put Women of New
York en the Wsr Path.
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New York. Oct 8. The Borden
Condensed Milk Company which sup-
plies one fifth of all milk sold here
announced today that It would moot
ths demand for Increased prices of the
dairymen. The first disorder grow-
ing out of the milk situation rame this
( morning when five hundred women.
mostly foreigners with bsbles In their
arms stormed two health department
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