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C.1YAN, TEXAS, TIIUr.SDAY AFTEIINOON, AUGUST 2S, IZZl In II P . y-r-rrni ill; I ri? Tfl!IQ il UJ-.1 . I JtuS 1EFS U Insures Perfect Dakicj Marigold Flour X1.C5 per ack Lily Flour - $1X5 per tack Tkavcdsy cr.i Friday CO . fa . Bum Price 22c CO For these two days we. place out for your easy selection one entire counterful stacked high wi th Pure Linen Tow eh consisting of Hemmed Hack and Damask Towels, formerly rang ing from 39c to 75c each. Come during these two days and pick as-many as you want for only 22c each CO A. !. CfAGWEB G CO. i n HovjQttCt Noivicr., he. Hi Oil THE MLB A Glance Reveals What is Being Done From One End of the Earth to the Other. - It U glveu out that the State Retail Merchant! Association will Endeavor to bare a law pased by tbe next leg- Mature permitting the garnishment of wages for debt. A dead negro waa found by the railroad traak Bear Hearne. He waa upjxMuJ to hare been killed by the tialn. Judge R. 8. Lovett. a former Texan, for some time general attorney for the llarrlinan lines, la apokea of ai lUrrlman'a successor ahould the wis tarda health compel him t retire from the management of bin rast rail road interesta. I Another "peace" fleet I- to be aent across the Pacific by Uncle 8am. It will comprise eight of the strongest and fastest cruisers In the nary and will I.wve San Francisco a'week from next Sunday. According to the Nary Department echedule of an 8.282-mile journey, after nuking several aide trips to Chinese and Japauese porta, the whole squadron will reassemble at Yokohama and will sail for home Jan. 19, 1910. J. It Key a Mexican tamale render was run over by a train at Lufkin yesterday and killed. I Witnessed by 10.000 people Fred Tucker, a Jockey of NashvlHerTenn., waa thrown from the bark of bis run ning horse at the Great Kneel Fair. Carthage, Mo., Tueaday, and Is dying at the Carthage hospital He was try ing to force his horse ahead of an other when the horse tripped, throw ing him agalnat the Quarter pole. Ills skull waa fractured and hla left arm broken. Lieut. B. B. Rosenthal. Private Mal colm E. Parrot and Frank Zlrbea, In the automobile In which they are trav eling from New York to San Francis co with army dispatches, an-ired In Chicago Tuesday. The travelers are fifty hours ahead of their schedule and hare had good going all the way from the start. Hamner Hall the famous old ante bellum structure and one of the land marks of Alabama, which haa boused a number of the greatest meo of the South, was destroyed by fire yester day morning at Montgomery. Ala. The origin of the fire la supposed to have been incendiary. ' Iiasebail results In the Texas league yesterday were as follows: Galves ton 7. Waco 5; Dallas 1. Sbrereport 1; Houston 6. Ban Antonio 1 ; Fort Worth 7, Oklahoma City 4. SilOTOilGEDf i cn iff Miss Mclntyre Klllej Herself by Aecl dent tltH Pistol. Special to the 1'acI. Austin, Texas, Aug. 26. MWs Nettle Mclntlre, beautiful young woman, aged 17 years, accidentally shot ber self yesterday afternoon with a 32 cal Iber pistol, expiring one hour later. She waa shot In the temple the bul lot coming out on tho opposite side of the hed. The accident occurred at her residence at S06 West arenue. Che had three sisters all of whom were away at the time and upon their rettfrn they found her lying in a pool of blood on the second floor. Physl clals were summoned but too late to do anything to prolong her life. OTHER GOULD DIRGE Gfl?.:iTED Mr. Frank Could Given Final and Ab solute Decree of Divorce. Him-iuj to the Kofi. New York, Aug. 2C Mrs. Frank Gould obtained a final decree of dl vorc from Frank Gould yeaterday. The Interlocutory decree waa algned May 20 of this ycat. The decree givea the custody of the two children, Helen and Dorothy, to each parent for six months of each year. Frank Gould will sot be permitted to remarry In this state until after the nVatk of hla wife. The pa;ers do not mention aRmony. turned their machines on full speed to give the train a race to town. It waa a race to make ones hair staud on end. but the pacewaa never slack ened and the train and the two ma chines came Into the city neck and neck. Drs. Mondrlck and Raysor use their machines altogether now Instead of horses, and find them to be great time savers. T y RECORD RUN TO DWELL. There are aereral who are getting to be experts In riding the motor cycles that were recently purchased by Dr. A. L. Mondrlck and Dr. P. M. Raysor, Including the two doctors and some of the boys of the city. Several very remarkably high speed runs have been made, but an endurance lest, and at the same time a high speed record, waa made yesterday that ellpses all others. Dr. Mondrlck and Meredith James mado the trip to Caldwell irtd beck yesterday, men tion of which was madj In the EagK, hut tt.Mr time was not 'learned until afier tUy rclurted late in the after noon. They made the run to Cald wrll in one hour and 10 nilauea, In dr.ilit g a abort stop ct S met ana and another stop at Pnrkrs rtorc. On the I re turn thy croiMj Still Cretk, five n;uTl we.tt f town Just ns the I. i G. N. puseiigiT came along and they Oil QUIT J03S President Taft Intends to Put Census n Clean Business Basis. Special to Ui Eagle, Washington, D. C. Aug. 26. Acting Secretary Mcllarg of the department of commerce and labor yesterday re ceived a letter from Carpenter, secre tary to the President, stating that the census aupervlsors who hold political iwsltlons such aaa secretaryships or chairmanships of county committees must give up either their political or government positions. In a number of states, and this Is particularly true throughout the south, Republican pol iticians hare been recommejided for appointment as rupcrvtsors H the cen ius. A SMALL A fire alarm at 8:30 this morning called tho fire department to the big 1-awrence cotton warehouse. Two bales of cotton were found to be cn fire snd they were quickly Mlled from the building nnl the fire extinguished. The danmgd waa slight. A. AND M. COLLEGE NOTES. Professore are FUlumlng from Sum sner Vacation Staam Heating Plant Being Put In. Col. James Hayes Quarfos, librarian of the College was in the city today. Prof, and Mrs. O. F. Chatain have returned to the College from Chicago where Prof. Chastiin took a summer course of special work. The professor was IrKthe city today. Capl. Andrew Moses aud Dr. O. M Ball are attending the millltary tour nanient at Dal'. as this week. ' Prof. F. A. DeLay, who waa at the head of the Electrical Engineering denartnunt last session, has tendered his resignation to the president and the aamo haa ben accepted. This de partment will be In charge In the fut ure of Prof. Bolton, late of the A. and M. College of Mississippi. Prof. Bol ton haa already arrived at CoHege arm I familiarising himself with the surroundings before the opening of school. The contract haa been let by tbe College authorities for a big boiler to supply steam for a sesra beating plant to teat Goodwin hall, tbe En gineering building and tbe Experi ment station buildlcg. It will be re membered that the Item In tbe ap propriation bill for a central steam heating plant to heat all the college buildings, waa cut out of the appro priations, and this purchase Is made from 4 an Independant fund and not from any money appropriate for that iuros- by the stte. Col. Quarles reports that his future domicile (old V, 7. C. depot) haa already been moved to the campua and carpenters are now work , re modeling and changing It into a snug Jittle place of abode. He says when they get through with It. It will be one of the coxiest little places on the campus. COMPLIMENTED f A young Louisville man who was out West not lonK ago baa returned telling a yarn which he-admits Is at his own ex;enie. but which he declares to be about one of the most Interesting ex periences of even bis checkered career. "I was walking along the street of a Western town." he said, "when sud denly across the way I saw a Louls rllle girl whom I recognised Immedi ately. She saw me, too, and I expec ted her to bow rather coolly and dis tantly, as had been ber wont back borne, t waa considerably astonished therefore, when she dashed across the street, selxed me with both handa and fairly bubbled over with delight. I waa so surprised. In fact, that I com mented on It, " 'I am glad to see you too,' I said when I bad managed to extricate my self from her exuberant greeting, but to tell you the truth. I hadnt expected to see you so excited over my appear ance. You always treated me a la Iceberg at home, yon know. What haa caused your change of heart?" "She was nonplussed for only a moment, aid then explained: "Mr. Smith. I've been away from home so sang that I'd be glad to see even a dog If be came from Kentucky.' "I let It go at tbat." Loulvlle Cou rier-Journal j ' ' WORK 'LARGE rOE OF HANDS. Ve effer to cjr custom: advantca ccn:i:t:r.: ;vit!i c methods aridth? n;::t ccj.; merit h extended to tl:c:e v. Banking facilities. Your Accourit is solicited up: n Basis of Absolute Security cr. Square Deal. -Tho Ciiy f?::i ; c $. rx rrt;-i t n err!, i::: i. u. l3 j. n. ecu t. c : r jwvwv wv wvg3 l; v v o fl nn TT - " Ml jcr.p':::J . - Oil S. 5rr J 'PHONE 142 FLEHTY EF CJi TO G'E C"r3 Ne Help Needed From Eastern Banka fiaye Acting Secretary of the Treasury. Bpocial to U Easle, Washington. D. C, Aug. 26. West ern banks and those of the Interior generally are overflowing with money. Tbey can get along with little aid from tbe eaatern banka. This Is the view of Acting Secretary of the Treasury Norton, who haa Just returned from Beverly, where be bad a conference Ith the president Any talk Indicating that tbe banka re pressed for money with which to move the crops seems to be discoun ted by this view by the acting secre tary. The banka of the south are In cluded by Mr. Norton when he descri bed those of the country generally as being In excellent condition. THE W LATHER. New Orleana, La., Aug. 26. Tonight and Friday Increasing cloudiness. Showets tonight or Friday, CUne. THE CLAL'tHTr.lCT. .ZZ t.nzz." Every uoted IzT.iel ct tie j criticised the chriitLa rt!'.: a i account given In Ecri.tre cf tV J ( mand to slaughter the Ct".z.z.'."-, recorded In Deut. 28: 1J 17. : have attacked the authei;::c::y t tegrity of the r.:tri::j c: . account of tbe fancied Izy J i i Inhumanity of the ter::!, ! nounced the God of the Z.'.'.i. 1 Morris announces tttt ttzi C morning at the Meiho:;t c' will discuss the question: "VI C right to order the siyl.-j tf i . women and children?" A ct:" J vltation Is extended to a:i to xti1 this service. popular excu-::::j To Houston and Calvectsn "i I. r G. N Saturday, Air; :;t t Excursion tickets wi:i be r ' trains arriving Houston as4 C ': r ton Saturday evening and f .;. ' ; morning. IJmit to return, . : Galveston Monday August CT.X r ' Houston. Tuesday August Slrt Throucb coaches ant tour:t i" era on special train arrlvfct C-.::. i Sunday morning and leav!rj C '.r.. too. Sunday nistt. For further particulars aij n:. see I. A G. X. Agent Z1Z V V Pl Tke ket . tt tz.i. v.ju i:. CIVO L3 Q CC!3e Mr. W. U. Ettle wjnt to Valky June- r tion today whre he met eighty five Mex ( lean laborers from San Antonio and brought them back to College. He will work this large host of laborer on the farm f Mr. E. J. Founti la In In the Brsros bcttoin, picking cotton. Mr. Ettle etatjd to tbe reporter thnt Mexican It-btir was tbe bcrt to ho ob tnlncd and be expected to get fin re sults from such a larrc number. Just Received: new sn:?;.:zr;T . . CF . . Cijcr .2cIrJcr3 end Plpzz GOc to CIu.OO M. H.JAMES oriuccTcT 4.