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. VOL. XVIII. No. 226.
BRYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 14, 1913.
PRICK: M PER YEAR
Light Crust Flour
"EVERY SACK GUARANTEED"
We have selected this new flour for our trade after a
most careful investigation and thorough test, and it is
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buy a flour that is certainly unsurpassed by any
flour from any mill.
We also $ell
White Crest floor
GIRL; SHOOTS BOTH
Dallas Woman Found Husband and
Young Lady Together and(
Opened Fire Girl Dead,
Husband Fataaly 8hot
By Associated Press.)
Dallas, Tex., Aug. 14. Miss Ber
tha Neese, aged twenty-four, la dead,
and Robert L. Adams, aged forty
three, la probably fatally hurt Mrs.
Adams found the couple together In
bed at the Adams' farm near here
last night and she ahot her husband
In the back and the girl In the abdomen.
SUH PET DOG KILLED
AND FELL DEAD
By Associated Press.
Indianapolis, Iud., Aug. 14. Mrs. P.
Barrett, aged seventy-two, droppl
lead when an angry pedestrian kill
ed her pet poodle.
The compress has begun operations
tor the season and quite a number of
4j'les have been pressed every day
MAN WHO IE5TEP
INTO 5ULZER 5 SHOES
By Associated Press.
Albany, N. Y Aug. 14. Martin H.
Glynn, Lieutenant Governor, Is a
Democrat, widely known as editor and
publisher of the Albany Times-Union.
In 1898 he was elected Congressman
from the Twentieth New York dis
trict, and after serving one term
President McKlnley appointed him as
a member of the National Louisiana
Purchase Commission, of which be
was later elected the president In
1906 he was nominated for State
Comptroller by the Democratic par
ty and was elected. Two years later
he was defeated for the same office.
Mr. Glynn was born In 1871 at
Klnderhook, N. Y. He was admitted
to the bar In 1897, but soon entered
READS RIOT ACT
Gave the Senate to Understand He Wants No
Recess Between Passage of Tariff Bill
and Taking Up the Currency Bill
Wants to be Ready For Anti-Trust and
Other Platform Legislation In December.
(Br Associated Press.
Washington, Aug. 14. The Presi
dent today Informed the Democratic
Senators he was unalterably opposed
to any Senate recess between the
passage of the tariff bill and the talc
ing up of the currency bill.
He made It plain that he believes
it a party duty not, to hesitate with
Its program, but to clear the tariff
and the currency, so as to be ready
to take up anti-trust and other im-
portant platform legislation at
He also took a strong stand against
Democrats trading with Republicans.
By Associated Press.l
May Administer Reprimand.
Washington, Aug. 14. After a con
ference with Secretary of State Bry
an, the President decided to take
some action over the Senate's action
in regard to the Wilson statement. A
sharp reprimand Is expected.
Lieutenant Governor Glynn Claims
Right to Serve While Sulzer
Charge la Pending.
TAFT TAKES OP RESI
DENCE IN NEW HAVEN
By Associated Press.1
Cincinnati. O., Aug. 14. Former
President Taft announced today he
has changed bis residence from Cin
cinnati to New Haven, Conn.
H.-JL-II-JH- - -Tl-ll-- !! I.WIII
We tat to Live
To get the best out of the human machine, you must have the
BEST groceries food that Is not only pure and absolutely whoUs
tome' but which gives test to meals by Its goodness. Groceries like
we carry not only give your body all the necessary energy for your
dally work but make eating all that it should be perfect enjoy
ment. - '
If, after your coming meal, you find anything wrong, make a reso
lution to try usvNEXT time.
One' trial Is all we ask.
The Quality Grocers
By Associated Press.
Albany, N. Y.. Aug. 14. Other
States than New York are likely to
become involved Indirectly In the
contest between Sulzer and Glynn as
to which Is Governor. Both, for ex
ample, announce their intention of Is
suing whatever requisition papers are
required on other States. This would
1 leave the other commonwealths to de
cide for themselves which Governor
to honor. ,
Mrs. Sulzer is still In a state of ner
vous collapse today. She told friends
at her bedside hysterically that she
alone was to blame for the Govern
M.-. Sulzsr's Condition Critical.
" By Associated Press.
Albany, '. Y.. Aug. 14. Mrs. Sut
ler's illness U regarded as critical,
according to the Governor's secretary.
Two more specialists were summoned
from New York for he. A friend of
the Governor said today. "Mrs. Sul
zer was far from acting with any In
tent to do wrong, and was entirely
unconscious of the gravity -f hei of
fense. He .had saved nothing during
the jears he was representative at
Washington. He Is not a business man
and his wife thought she was entire
ly within her riglffs In providing for
the future by putting away something
for a rainy day even without his
Two tons of automobile just to carry
four persons? Ridiculous weightl Un
warranted expensel Of all cars, the
Ford is the most economicalbecause
it is lightest and has more power for
its weight. All cars of the future will
have present Ford lightness.
Think of what these prices mean for the car that
has stood the tests: Runabout $500; Touring Car
$550, f. o. b. Detroit, with all equipment. ' Get cat
alog and all particulars from G. J. Nedbalek, agent.
Qffice at Court House.
OTHEB GOVERNORS WHO
HOVE FACED IMPEIMEIIT
l Br Associated Press.
New York, Aug. 14. In all the
United States only seven other Gov
ernors have faced Impeachment pro
ceedings. These men and the results
that followed were:
Charles Robinson, Kansas, 1862, ac
quitted. Harrison Reed, Florida, 1868,
William H. Holden, North Carolina,
Powell Clayton, Arkansas, 1870,
charges dropped. -
David Butler, Nebraska, 1871, re
Henry C. Warmoutb, Louisiana,
1872, term expired and proceedings
Adelbert Ames, Mississippi, 1876,
RESISTED ARREST AND.
' IS FATALLY SHOT
McAlester, Okla., Aug. 14. T.
Wright of Cisco, Ark., was probably
fatally shot last sight by Deputy
SheTlff Larlzon here la a pistol duel.
Wright was resisting arrest, charged
Bonded Warehouse Bill Set for Frl
day and It Will Require Three
By Associated Press.
Austin. Tex., Aug. 14. The House
sets the Bonded Warehouse Bill as
a special order for tomorrow morn
ing. The vote setting the Warehouse
Bill tor tomorrow was 105 to 19. As
this bill will consume the remaining
three days of the session, It ends the
prospects of further prohibition legislation.
OKLAHOMA HAS A
DUAL NEGRO LYNCHING
One Had Killed a White Man and the
Other a White Boy Were Taken
' From Officers.
By Associated Pre Ml
Ardmore. Okla., Aug. 14. Sanders
Franklin and Henry Ralston, negroes,
were lynched last night by hanging
to trees. A mob took tbem from the
officers transporting them from here
to Pauls Valley for trial. Franklin
shot a white man to death In a dis
pute over the price of a watermelon,
end Ralston killed a white boy-lc il
watermelon p.i c y, '
Break in Machinery Caused the Death
of Nine Men and Fatal Injury to
(By Associated Prea.l
Clifton. Ariz., Aug. 14. Nine men
were killed and one probably fatally
injured late last night when a cable
Din snapped at Coronado mine and
two ore cars carrying twelve tons of
ore and thirteen miners dashed down
a thirty-eight degree slope for thirty-
three hundred feet
STREET WORK SUSPENDED.
All street grading and street work
and Improvement of all kinds In the
city has been suspended, so the
Eftzle reporter was Informed by Al
derman Daly, chairman of the street
The tractor for pulling the grad
ers, which the city purchased from
the county, has failed to such an ex
tent that It can not longer be used
and has been hauled off into the
branch on Rep Top street It will
probably he traded In on the purchase
price of a new and up-to-date tractor
a little later when the city Is ready
to resume street work.
The ground is so hard and dry
now but little progress could be made
on any form of street work, but the
Eagle Is Informed the grading work
will be taken up again in earnest
when the ainy season sets In this
The orlgnal home of
White Crest Hour
' in Bryan
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Canton, China, Aug. 14. Twelve
hundred were killed In yesterday'
fighting here. Half the government
troops joined the rebels. The officers
are powerless owing to dissention
among themselves. Looting Is in
DELAYED STEEL ARRIVES.
The delayed steel for the Interur
ban to the bottom arrived .today and
the gap will be closed up tomorrow
between Stone City and Bryan. The
delay made it necessary to postpone
the fish fry until next Tuesday.
COUNTY TAX RATE FIXED.
The Commissioners' Court ' which
was In session yesterday, fixed the
county tax rate for 1913 at 44 2-5
cents on the $100 valuation. This 1
a reduction from the rate of last
year of 5 3-5 cent. The rate for the
levee district in the lower end of the
county was fixed at $1.25 on the $100,
a reduction of 65 cents from last
Contractors are proceeding satis
factorily with the work on the new
jail and the new colored school build
ing. The foundations and foundation
walls or each are completed to the
ground floor and they are about ready
to begin raising the wall proper.
I INfEHTORS I0E DOIXC
Spellman t Murray, patent attor
neys, 1717 Commerce street, Dallas,
Texas, announce the issuance by the
United States patent office at Wash
ington, D. C, of the following pat.
ents to residents of Texas for th
week ending August 9, 1913:
August Buhl, Fort Worth, stamp
rack. Charles Wesley Davis, Dallas, rail
brace. Bernard Z. Friedman, Fort Worth,
Irvin Fr Harris, Waxahachle, vend
Charles Hatzfeld, Mineral Wells,
table cloh clasp.
William M. Douglas, Galveston,
William W. LiUard, Dallas, mark- '
Marvin Leslie Couch, Avlnger, ex
Oscar C. Bernard, El Paso, adver
George L Humble, Port Arthur,
Scott R. McConnelL Wichita Fall,
internal pipe gripper. ...
Emll L, Schlndler, Dallas, window
shade roller. .
Mary W. Ewing and Chaa. B.
Glover, Houston, street sweeper.
Vol Martin, Abilene, spring wheeL
Messrs. A. J. Boxley and Cha. Ivey
returned yesterday from a Ashing trip
a few miles below Beaumont
over which we have no control will pre
vent our opening on August lt, as pre
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as we will have more time in which to further perfect our
plans to make OUR SERVICE all that could he expect
ed of a thoroughly
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will be experienced, competent and courteous. We assure
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