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fy J rmn Baflp gadg and Pilot FOURTtfcNTH YEAR BRYAN, TEXAS, TUES'lAY AFTERNOON, MAY H, I A' NUMBER 132 t - - bp i i fcjnmvrDP nn nit 1 DHIlILnJ bU Ull V National Biscuit Company's Cakes and Crackers i A complete assortment always in stock. Fresh shipment received every few days. Howell & Newton, Inc. Phones 23 and 150 i Lunch on San Jacinto Battlefield Next Convention Probably at El Paso. IhtIiiI lo the Km l HouMon, Texas, May 11. With bands playing and banners flying, the Texas ltankTi' a hoc latlon left this morning for a trip down the ship can- l. They will lunch today on San Jacinto huttleflelil and take dinner on Galveston bay. J. V. HutWr of Clifton and K. O. Dtinlap of Waxuhachle are In the rare for the presidency. Kl I'hso Is mak ing the strongest bid for the next convention and It Is believed, will win. The convention will adjourn Wednesday. DON'T LIKE RAILROAD BILL. Fprrlal to the Eagle. Austin, Texas, May II. The senate put In Its time this morning dlicuss in the conference committee rert Au the state railway bill and Is ex periencing difficulty In attempting to concur. 'IFor the Girl. Graduate As the season is near for the selection of the Graduating Dress, Hats and Slippers, we wish to call attention to our line. FOR THE DRESS.. Ir. our Ready-to-Wear De partment: D a i n t y Lingerie, trimmed in laces, tucks and ruHles. All-over Embroidery, neatly trimmed in tucks and lace. $39.50 $32.50 $27.50 $25.00 $20.00 $18.00 $15.00 $10.00 to $7.50 w LADIES' OXFORDS We have the ankle strap Pumps, all leathers, in Hanan and JulianKokenge $5.09, $4.00 and S3.00 per pair. We cordially invite you to see our line of OXFORDS MILIIMRY We take and execute all special orders promptly. Can make any style Hat desired; 'will say in this connection we have some swell hats in the white, suitable for the Graduate LADIES' WAISTS Our showing embraces Messalines, Silks in the soft materials, all colorings, Nets and Lingerie $10.00, $7.50, $6.85, $5.85, $5.00, $4.00, $3.50, $3.00 to S1.00 Pretty Lawn Waists, trimmed in Lace and Embroidery $1.25 $1.00, 75c and 50c. Complete line Muslin Underwear second floor Entirely new and exquisite patterns. A. I Wagner & Com paw BRYAN, TEXAS CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE cm NATIONAL bank OF BKYAN. TEXAS A maJ la la CtrnftnOtr tl eW Cirmcj f tin W I ltmn$ April 2$tk. im RESOURCES Ians and Discount! $316,545.75 U. S. Bonds anJ Premiums 104,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures 2,626.00 CASH AND WITH BANKS 134,529.54 $557,701.30 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus and Profits (Net) 105,048.24 Circulation 50,000.00 DEPOSITS 352,653.06 5557.701.30 I, E. W. Crenshaw, Assistant Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the foregoing state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. K. W. CRENSHAW, Assistant Cashier. Sworn to and tubicribed before me this 2ih dty of April, 1WJ. Fato. L. Cavitt, Notary Public Braioi County, Texa. Correct Attet: G. S. Passis, J. N. CoLt, J.W Esclijh, Directors. 1 FAKE HE AROUSES WHITE HEAT Practical Jokers get off Good One on House. Final Adjournment not Later than Midnight. Kperlal to thr Kafir. Auntln, Texas. Stay 11. With teeth already on edge, the house was thrown Into consternation and aroused to white heat of anger this morning by practical Jokers who delivered a mes sage purjortlng to come from Gover nor Campbell, which warmly denoun ced the legislature for passing an un satisfactory bank dejKisIt icuaranty bill and an appropriation bill carry ing an amount in excess of any pre vious appropriation measure In the history of the state. The message said that the gmernor would like to send the lawmakers home but his duty to the people required him to keep the legislature in session all summer, as he proposed to veto the bank guaran ty bill, and that a special session would be called immediately. The house had ateam up and was ready to burst with deunciatory speeches when an explosion waa avoided Just in time by reading the signature to the mes sage. "T. Lively. Grand High Cocka lorum of Royal Rooters and J. J. Strickland. Lord High Executioner of Royal Rooters." Then the house sub sided very suddenly. The house this morning waited un til 11 o'clock for rejwrts from the free conference committees on bank de posit guaranty and appropriation bills, then growing weary of waiting an adjournment was taken until 1 o'clock. Previous to recessing, a resolution was adopted providing for a compila tion of the bouse journal, closing the session. Another resolution was pass ed thanking Speaker Marshal for bis services. Tom Conelly. county attorney of Falls county, addressed the bouse this morning on the bank guaranty and appropriation bills, then In the enrol ling room and not to be reported nntil this afternoon. The reports of the conference com mittees are likely to be adopted by both the bouse and the senate and the legislature will Anally adjourn not later than midnight. Governor Campbell will not recon vene the legislature, now. anyway, but may do so later. MEETING OF FUNERAL TORS. OIREC- Special to th Easle. Marlln. Texas, May 11. The Texas Funerst Directors and Embalmers' as sociation met here today for Its twenty-third annual convention. Features of the Initial session were an address of welcome by the mayor and the an nual address of the president of the association, Joseph Shelly of San An tonio. The convention will continue over Wednesday and Thursday. OOCTORS SWARMING IN GALVES TON. Special to the Eacle. Galveston, Texas, May 11. The Texas Medical Association met here today, eight hundred delegates attend ing. Mayor LanJls welcoming the visitors and President Cummings of the association responded. The Scientific association will meet this afternoon. Memorial services In honor of deceased members will be held tonight. P May Wc Have Your MAY Orders? The Quality of our Goods cannot be surpassed. We positively guarantee this. Our service is pompt and every customer is shown the greatest courtesy. Your business will be greatly appreciated. Phones 32 and 386 C. E. BULLOCK & CO.