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2 Hfv V fl and Pilot FOURTEfcNTH YEAR BRYAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 3, I' NUMBER 17 saws 0 S THE v CLEARANCE SOME EXTRA VALUES Bleached Sheet ing 18c. Yy-vvideJBleach Domestic 5c. Figured Dress Lawns 3'c. 1 12k Yard Widej Percale ! 9 c. j White Lawn a yard 4c. i i Ladies 10-cent i Handkerchiefs i 5 c. FOR MEN CLOTHING Hart, Schatfner & Mirx Clothing Almost Vt Price. HANDKERCHIEFS Men's Handkerchiefs only 4 cent. SHOES Walk-Owr Shoes $5.00 grade $3.'5 $4 00, grade $2.95 UNDERWEAR 11. V. 1). Underwear tor Men and Boys, 35c garment. Meiv20c Sox )ut 12c. A. J. WAGNER &co. SA HART SCHAFFNER & MARX AOTBINS AT UMOST PRICE ENTIRE LIKE Of aboc make. Fancies and Blue Sergei at the following; (reductions: $20.00 Suits $11.95 $22.50 Suits $12.9:5 $25.00 Suits $13.95 $27.50 Suit $14.95 $30.00 Suits $15.95 You will notice AO to 45 per cent saving and better on each suit. All new goods; excellent models. WALK-OVER $5.00 Oxfords $3.95 $4.00 Oxfords $.2.95 A. J. WAGNER &co. I01E SPECIAL We want to sell you Groceries dur ing July and help you to full enjoyment of the warm weather. Ask us about hot weather foods and beverages. HOWELL & NEWTON, Inc. Phones 23 and 150 A specialty of Fine Teas. TIL Government Report Caused Raid of Bulls and Slaughter of Bears, Establishing New High Record. New Voik. .luly 2. The wlldtst ex citement pre aile.l in tin- rotinn mar ket today. Tli" bears bet ante iuni Mill k. on tli" publication of the gov ernment rcirt. Hti-I fairly threw their cotton oler tumid Til" IiuIIh. Neelm: the advatilave, shot the inurket liimu , throurh the 12 cent mark. I'MahllHliIng M new hitch n-cord fur the season ' Tile government report a!t flilhlteil ! prompt ly at I:' ' ) k tinl.i. mill In 'mi Instant j i r i -tdi ill t u ut reigned i- BREST UNREST IN Crowing Discontent With British Rule. Revolt Not Improbable. Call una July J There at pre l ilt a recrudescenc e of the lili ul ex citement lii Kaiern I'etiKal. an. I meet Iiil'm to express sympathy with the na tive who hate been deported are- of daily occurrence. Arthindo Chor. on" of the moat prom inent Indian agitators. Im traveling through the country lu the Interest of the antl-gove rimnl campaign. lie la preaching the doctrine that (VkI ha gone out to the Indian nation urging It to unite an. I tw free and ureal. . BANKS WILL CLOSE. Doth hank will lie elided Monday on account of July 4th being a legul holiday. Sunday la the fourth but Monday will l the day observed. CHANCE OF SCHEDULE. Taking effect Sut.day the 1 & Hi. X. I a changed the schedule of both the south and west bound train. The went bound that arrive now at l:5. a. in. will arrive at 10:f." a. ni and the in: tit h bound tli a: arrive now at 4:14 will arrive at 4:."H . in. Thla will be of gn-at rotivetileiice on account of receiving th dally state paper. ELKS VS. OWLS. There la no doubt but tba: bastcball la the moat popular game played to day by th- Aiitcrlcan cople and Itryan baa among It pulaf Ion Just aa many "fana" aa any town of It ie. On nxt Tuonday afternoti the Klka and Owl will again meet In mortal combat on the? Allen Academy ground and both lttn are confident of vic tory. The team are faat and anappy and nothing but a good game ran re mit. Let all po and encourage the base ball aplrit. In order to have some di version for th hot aummer aflernona. DEATH OF AN INFANT. The little fifteen monsn d. infant of Mr. and Mr. Ixn iH llart of thla city died Thursday morning after an Wines of about two wocka. The fun eral took place al Steep Hollow grave yard Friday mornlnuwhero the little babe waa laid to rent. The Kagl.? cxtenda Its decpeM 'm pathy to Mr. and Mr. IV Hart. 111 MARKET I'leiiM'. The average condition if the tro. win ghen at 74 fi Ktainst Ml last month, or a deterioration of C." per cent during the I'M daya erxIillK June The fiKurc caused conster nation in the camp of thehorts. wlio '"' lm-il that Dim Improvement In the wohtern belt would overcome the damage In the eastern half, but Tex as only showed an iniproveinent of t t cent. leltiR 7!. against 7 lant month AVDASTARELY OUTRAGE Carbcdc Acid Poured in Sleeping Man. Mouth of AuMiii. Texas. July 'i. A. J. Aina aorth wn awakened last night by an unknown eroii pouring- carbolic cld in In mouth and ever hi face. He aaoke MraiigHrig and dt out the fluid thereby having hi life, although hi mouth wa terribly burned.. The Kdiie are lnetlgatlng. but aa )et have no cine. FOSTER'S WEATHER BULLETIN. Wanliliigton. 1 1. V. July ?,, I jit bul let in gave forecast of dlturbance to cro continent June i':! to July 2, warm wave June 27 to July 1. cool wave 1 to .. Thla disturbance wa exHH-ied to caue a great high tern-IM-rature wave and followed by a great full in temperature. Next dis turbance will reach Pacific coat about 7. croim Pacific alope by tloae of 8. great central valley a 9 to 11. eastern tatej and province i;. Warm wave will croa Pacific lope about 7. great ceutral valley longitude 103 to 85 atmut 9. cistern atatea and province longitude 80 to 75 about July 11. Cool wave will rroaa Pacific loe about 11. rn-at central valley IS. ea tern Mate. and province 15. Thl disturbance w ill Inaugurate the most severe storm x?rlo-of the month and fer ten days July 11 to better be on the watch for daagcrou atorms. During tboae hot day of July people love to bo on the water and therefore I aduse all to Meet ome other peri od than the ten day mentioned. July, prior to 20. will bring too much rain to the aouthern cotton atatea and I am exacting drouth In northern atatei ami Canada. The highest tcru peraturta usually occur Dot far from July 10, the highest average covering from July 5 to 20. but thla year I ex pect th highest average to occur eight to ten days earlier. Xot far from July 5 very low tenueratures will prevail about Chicago, through the north eitern state and province near Manitoba. Some danger of destructive ball atorni July 11 to SO In those crop sec tion of which Minnesota is central. Those hail storm sometime do great damage and that period w 111 tte c1of ly watched by all Interested parties. The disturbancea that will bring those storms are almllar to those that cause tropical storm on our southeastern coasts but thl year Ihe disturbance TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OFFICK OF COMP TROLLFR OF THE CURRENCY. Washington. Jjn 25th. 1M WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence preentrJ to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that "The City National Bank of Bryan," in the Cify of Bryan, in the County of Bmio$ anJ State of Texa, hi complied with al! the provisions of the "Act of Congress to enable National Banking Aoda tions to extend their corporate existence and for other purposes," approved July 12:h, 182. NOW THEREFORE, I. Lawrence O. Murray. Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that "The City National Bank of Bryan" in the City of Bryan, in the County of Braos and State of Texas, is authorized to have succession for the period specified in its amended articles of association, namely until close of business on June 25th. 1927. IN TESTIMONY whereof witness my hand and Seal of office this Twenty-fifth diy of June, 1V09. Lawrence O. Murray, l. S. Comptroller of the Currency. No. 4070 TD NORTH POLE Zeppelin's Plan to Explore Hitherto Inacces sible Regions,, German-EmrorGiyes-Encouragement. Herlin. July According to 'be Ikal Ansienger. fount Zeppelin In tends to make an effort to reach the North Pole In am air dlt. The etniwror accepted the protectorship ovei the undertaking, after listening to a re port on the ubject at Keil by Prof. II. Herfewll of the university of Strasa burg. The plan embrace a thorough ex ploration of the polar regions by means of a 7.epplin airnhlp before undertaking to reach the pole. A craft of eclal strength will be will come a little too early for that c lass of storms. The Great Comet. This monster comet is expected in May of next year but It is too early to say when will be the most favorable time for observation. It Is now beyond the orbit of Jupiter. It Is claimed that If the comet were to pas the earth'a orbit April 11 instead of at a calculated later date It would be a head on collision anJ the consequence would be disastrous to human life Th? makeup of the comet i r.ot known. It la probably not a solid mass but an aggregation of smaller bodies moving among each other. Donnelly held that much of the gravel we see came from comets colliding with the earth. It Is quite difficult to account for the immense amount of gravel on the American continent and for the reason why so very little is found on the Asiatic continent. Scieniista claim that the earth 1 a half billion years old and if so many colliaslonse may have occurred in that time. HMIIIMIMI M WHJAUTY U our watchword. If it come from Bullock A: Co.'s you may know it the bet. . Give us your Grocery Orders. ' I C. E. BULLOCK &WO. mHwimi tin inn mm i imhiiiii fl AO MO built for the 2urpo. and the expedi tion will be fitted out under the man agement of Count Zep?lin. Profesor Hergesell win leave Ger many next summer, reaching Spits bergen, tia Norway, and landing; at aeveral place en route. The head quarters of the exiM-dition will be at Cross bay. on the west toast of Spits bergen, which Prof. Hergesell chose because of the monument of Germans at that point. AEROPLANE STRUCK TREC Orvillt Wright Has Another Narrow Escape. Washington. July :. Resembliiue a giant bird awooplng down uon Its prey, the Wright areoplane, after the motor which proKl it had come aud-dt-nly to a atandstill. glided gracefully to earth today, after having made two successful flights. The machine wa ou its way around the Fort Myer drill ground when the ninth time In It second flight when the motor stopM.'d sixty feet above the earth and exactly In the same place where the profiler blade broke last September, which resulted lu the acci dent that terminated the trial at the time. In gliding; to the earth. U;) ma chine struck a tree and was averred around with such force that the aklda were broken and the right wing badly ripped Mr. Wright was not hurt. It was estimated that hi apetsl was about thirty-seven miles an hour on an average, although the machine proba bly exceeded fifty miles an hour when flying w 1th the breeze from the south.