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SOCIAL AND CLUB MATTERS
5JUvTtniT Mrs. Ftoger Q. Astin will
the honoreei at an elegant oyster
roast, at the Fin Feather Club house
on Saturday evening, January 30 with
4Mr. Robert Asttn as host.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Perkins, Misses
Bessie and Katie Heard. Ida Dowell
and Evelyne Erwln will arrive from
McKlnney on Monday, to be the
guests of Mrs. O. H. Astin.
ueautuui ingraved invitations an
nounce a reception with which Mrs
O. H. Astin compliments Mr. and Mrs
Roger Q. Astin on Tuesday evening
January the twenty-sixth at eight
Mr. J. Bert Graham has organized
a Bryan Ladies Quartette, and they
have already begun the practice of a
program of high classed music, which
will be used in public recital. The
quartette Includes, first soprano, Miss
way, Gertrude Eaves, Corlne Carson,
Mllner, Marwllskl, Hill, Styles, Reves,
Whittington,-ERtJj&r Davis,, Francis
Davis, Walker, M.esdames Moses, Wei
Bryan ieople were given an oppor-
1 '-j v i y. mi iu i it-at a -
high classed musical recital of real Gussie Buchanan; second soprano
. 1. I . 1 ,. . . . .... . , Mjfln ln.1 RfnTnnln. . T J . , ,
uivrii, wneu me Lames moral l:luD
appeared in public recital under the
able direction of J. Bert Graham of
the Texas Wonians' College. Through
the untiring efforts and capable guid
ance of the president, Mrs. H. O. Boat
Miss Mary Mclnnis; first alto, Miss
Laura Dunlap; second alto, Miss Irma
Mrs. S. J.' Bain entertained with a
beautiful luncheon of twelve covers
SUCH A IVAN
u-Mirh on.i h .io.n.i !.... mursilay in honor of here sister, Mrs
"ev duciiuiu naming givcru ...
by Mr. Graham the Club has achlPvP.l !U' H' 0Ilver of Br'an- and Allowing
a wonderful degree of excellence this ' , ll,"ch(,n 8 of bridge was
x utt gnosis were
year, and the Individual Interest and
enthusiasm of the members was plain
ly evident In the splendid work done
drawn from the Intimate friends of
the honoree. The decorations were
exceptionally pretty and a plateau of
in the recital of Friday evening Th W"y Pretty and a pi
rhnrnw. wr fn Jn.i fc. n'cissi centered the table. Silver
" " a ti-w kuii auti iiai uiuuiiUB I .. ,
and every number given was thor
oughly enjoyed by the appreciative
audience. The soloists of the evenine
were Mrs. W. C. Davis. Mr. Edward
Gruene, Mr. Haraldt R. Techau, and
Mr. J. Bert Graham. Mrs. Davis' sang
"Staccato Polka" by Muelder, and the
the Introduction of maline bows ac
centuated the beauty of the decora
tions. Houston Post.
A most delightful and pleasant hun
ting part spent Friday afternoon in a
most enjoyable manner trying their
i ivv rujujouic iiiuutit-r trying meir
excellence of her voice was given full sUilI wftn the gun The resuU of the
WATCH FOR LIST
trial in this difficult number. Her
noteswere wonderfully sweet and
R. L. BROGDOI
true', and her Staccato passages ex-
The violin numbers by Mr. Gruene
were heartily applauded, and Mr.
Techau, whose ability as a pianist Is
recognized so favorably, played with
his usual brilliancy. .Mr. J. Bert Gra
ham, baritone, contributed several
vocal numbers which would easily
have been a credit to any musical
program. In response to enthusiastic
encore Mr. Graham sang " A refpiim,"
which was faultlessly rendered both
In tone and expression.
Miss Llla Varando, accompanist, de
serves special mention for the bril
liancy an J exactness or her work.
Taken as a whole the Recital was
I success and a pleasing proof that
i. W. 3ATT3
REAL ESTATE AGENT
in Taliafe,ro Balding. Op- the Ladles Choral Club Is a musical
poslte Curt House, phoce 37 organization of which Bryan may just-
..jvh ... ..ince tne ooiyet or Abstract ly be proud. The membership roll I
1 " vwiy iaa nues. includes: First sopranos Mrs. J.
Good tenant wanted for five- u -bb Howel1-5lliiS uttie Smith, Miss
... , tJussie Buchanan, Mrs. W. C Davis
room cottage with bath. Will . T. B n. ' Tr " ? "v s'
ad more rooms or remodel ifjQ'iwn. Miss Haynes, Second sopran-
Close in t.s-.Mrs. Ed Hall. Mrs. Luther Tav
y. acsirca. t-iose in. . ,l,s- 'r Ta;
'or. Mrs. Nellie Ballard, .Miss Agm
" """ Kinnanl, Miss Marv Kaczer, Mrs 1
V ' K- Cleseck,. Mrs. Geo. Adams, Mr,
. AaIJ7 1 " . r.. jonnnon. First altos Mrs. J
oam,(,,s' m n.i..iH, Mrs
CLEAN UP YARDS, LEVEL
HOUSES, PRUNE TREES, RE.
PAIR FENCES, ETC.
Notify me by postoffice.
$1.00 PER DAY . $5.00 PER WEEK
I have Isasei
The Bryan Hotii
Formerly conductei I'v W.4. Trao EVIRY
THING BRIGHT AND F'WtSH pni servlcv
w(:l be tirst-clast. . avvinf weekly
b)cirders solicit J,'
D. I). McALPINE. Prop.
8uy Tickets It's Cheaper.
G. W. Buckhaults.
J. b. nines
ii kinds or m
Telephone 161 .
Office Down Stairs in City Hall.
OR. W H. LAWRENCE
OVBR HASWELL'S BOQlt STOR1
W. C. FOL'NTTAIN
D. ( . Zuber. Second altos Mrs
O. Boalwright, Miss Irma Harris.
An Hour With Poe.
Mrs. M. v. Sims, president of the
.Mutual Improvement Club of this city
will entertain lit the honor of the
(Viitouajv of Kdgar Allen Poe, on
;AfTm'.silay, January 27. at U o'clock
at her home.
The program to be enjoyed at that
hour Is as follows:
Koll call "Cullings from Poe's gar
den." Paper The unth about Kdgar
.yUcn I'oe. Mrs. Albert Buchanan.
Open discussion of the tore going
Recitation "Anna Bell Lee" .Mrs.
.Me In u is.
N'ocnl Solo "Shadows'' by Carrie
Jacobs Bond .Miss Hettie Smith.
Heading -"The tell tale Heart"
Recitation "The Raven" Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Aslin are at
home with Mrs. O. H. Astin in this
.Mr. Krwin 11. Astin will eiltl't'tilin
with an elaborate card and domino
party on next Thursday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Roger Q. Astin.
i.iniiniui goiu eurc outtons were
presented by the groom to the gen
tlemen attendants at the Astin-Heard
wedding in McKlnney on Wednesday
The elegant programs provided by
tlie Ladies Choral Club at their recital
at the opera house on Friday evening,
were universally complimented and
An exchange tells s that the most
popular phrase in New York society
at present is "Will you come to my
sit on the floor tea?" Indeed this is
outing was the bagging of a lot of
quail. On the return trip home the
c.owd was entertained jnost charm
ingly at dinner by Prof, and Mrs. J.
H. Alleu. Those composing this party
were Misses Alberta Adams. .Malcolm
.Mclnnis, Francis Chance, Mary Mc
lnnis, Sarah Allen. Messrs. Massin
gill and Moves.
Miss Clara .Mawhinney was the
charming hostess of a delightful party
given Saturday afternoon In compli
ment to the "Stubborn Cinderrellas"
Twelve guests were present which
number constitute the membership of
mis ciuu. Three tables were used and
several exciting games of fortv-two
were played. Dainty refreshments
were sserved. and the memory of the
occasion will no doubt linger for many
days to come most pleasantly with
The embrodiery Club sewed with
Miss Emily Thomas In her. dainty par
lor on Tuesday afternoon at three
o'clock. Since thp ImlMnv. thu
- - ....... 0 menu-
jbers of this delightful club have done
some ocautirul needle work. This
meeting of the' dub was most enjoy
ably spent with this charming hostess.
Refreshments of a decidedly satisfac
tory nature were dispensed, consisting
of broiled oysters, crackers, olives to
matoes and coffee.
A charming hospitality making the
social calendar or the week was Mrs.
'. W. Dorenms" card party which was
her compliment to the members of the
.Lnt re Notu ( lub on' Thiuday after
noon at three o clock. Dainty score
cards ornamented with little pannoose
were passed to the fmi iui,u.. I
guests for the club game, five hun
dred. The players aiiticinatimr ft
lightful game entered into the spirit
nn much hilarity and animation
Mrs. Doremus l8 noted for her de
licious refreshments and the menu on
this occasion fuly sustaiaed her culi
nary reputation. There will be no
meeting of this club next wek
The first grade under Miss .Mary
Burtis continues to grow In number.
The West Side first grade is small.
Miss Sunshine' Cole was out of
school Friday. Mrs. Wipprecht taught
for her that day.
More professional books are in use
by our teachers than ever before.
They teach with them on their desks.
and consult them from day to day.
Each leacher 13 held . responsible
for the order and the work "In the
room. In case of weakness anywhere,
it is easy to locate the trouble and
find its origin.
Each teacher receives cordial co-
oierat!on and support, but, after all,
it is up to the teachers to "make
The teachers generally realize their
responsibility, and are working earn
estly to find and use the best meth
ods of doing thlng3. In order to have
good schools. It is necessary that rec
ognition and responsibility be dlfinlte-
ly placed, and each teacher helped
and encouraged to do superior work.
That is what we are trylng'to lo.
Messrs. Buclianan & Cloud are still
shipping out cattle at a lively rate.
They shipped on Thursday night a i
cur of cattle to Fort Worth and a car
to Galveston. Mr. Cloud of the firm.
Is now In Fort Worth. Since Jan.
1st this firm has shipped five cars
of cattle and one car of hogs to out
side points. With their feeding pens.
they are making a market for cattle
and hogs eve-y day in the year which
wll be a gyat Inducement to the farm
ers to engage more extensivelv In
this profitable branch of the farm.
L M ' "l
I . -n Frank X.
I ; Tfi5s Week
J V-- at the ,
I Fimt p:,
Exchange Hotel Arrivals.
G. J. Belt, Houston; W. C. Miller,
Dallas; A. Freedlander, Cnicago; P.
H. Carnes, Waco; J. W. Castler, Ft.
Worth; G. H. Bluge, Houston; P. A.
Tardy. Sherman; A.' P. Angler, Waco;
M. Adams. Houston; Oscar F. Woolf,
Danas; E. A. Scott. Xavasota; S. F.
For Sale: A good team of horses,
wagon and harness. This Is a cash
proposition and s hnreain. See C. G.
j. iia.v. ..uiio .1)7.
Fire! Fire! Jvife!
The disastrous fire which Jfas just occurred in
Bryan s business district thfoughly exemplifies the
need of insurance thai pfs. The facilities of our
office arc unexcelled andlrfe at your command.'" Ring
us and we will be "Johnrfy oa the spot." j ''
Office upstairs oyer imitll DcnM OOi "Something new tinder the sun
The iD-helor Girs Club snent a
most delightful arternoon with Miss
-May Wilson on Wednesday t thr
o'clock and an Interesting game of
Ave Jiundred was enjoyed. The hos
tess on this occasion is not onlv nnr
of the clubs most popular and lovable
members. ,but she is also endowed
with most excellent qualities as an
entertainer. Her efforts to make all
have a pleasant time were abundant
ly successful. The mother of the
hostess served the guests with an ap
Miss Walker of Dallas who l v-uw.
ing at the hospitable home of Prof
and Mrs. J. C. Nagle of the A. and M.
college was the honoree of a very
pretty card party Thursday afternoon
when Misses Esther and Francis Da.
vis entertained for her. Five hundred
engrossed the attention of the guests
ami about five tables of nlaver rnn
tested for the honors. The attend
ance was comprised of youne ladiP
oi uryan and afew guests on the
campus. Refreshments cf chicken
crackers, olives, sandwiches, hot
chocolate, whip cream and mint were
served to the following: Misses rn
Garth. Alberta Adams. Malcolm Mr.
Innis. Gussie Buchanan, Vivian James,
Luclle DeMaret, Mary Mclnnis, Ruby
James. Hattle Lou Hudson. Allie Con-
An Ordiance entitled An ordinance
authorizing the issuance of $75,000
of bonds for the establishing of a
City Water. Light and Sewerage
i!e it ordained by the Citv Coun
cil of the City of Brvan. that there
be submitted io the qualitied voters
or tue City ol Bryan, who are proper
ty ux payers in said City, at an eWf.
Ion lo be In M at the City Secretary's
office at the City Hall for that pur
pose on the first Tuesday In March.
Kill!), the proposition for the issuance
of bonds to the amount of $73,000.00,
$."7.0O0.u0 of said bonds to be is
sued for the purpose of establishing
City Water. Light & Sewerage Plant.
and JilS.OiiO.OO for refunding of out-J
sianuing uoiMs. Th interest on
said bonds to be payabl? eml-annual-
ly at the rate of four per cent.
J. T. MALOXEY. Mavor.
J. B. HIXES. Secretary
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