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Bryan daily eagle and pilot. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1909-1918, October 07, 1909, SPECIAL TROLLY EDITION, Image 1

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V FOURTEENTH YEAR.
BRYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 7, 1909
NUMBER 260
three or four times If Decennary. Gen-!
try Bros, treat all alike, and their j
xhows are patronized by all classes, j
No aliort thane. art Li. i-ft.i- . I
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TO-DAY'S
drum followcra are tolerated around
the Gentry circus grounds and one
doe not have to borrow money from
hla acquaintance In order to get
home after an afternoon or evening
beneath the Gentry tent.
r
Dress
Trimmings
L.IN"
Jet
Silver Oands
and
Appliques.
SoulschsCrzid in all
Cc!:rs
Cozens of cth:r
Effects in Ilewest
Trimming Novelties
In Our
ILLINERY
Department
We are Showing
all the Hew Shapes
and Shades
Call and view the
assortment.
Another Shipment
Ladies' and
Hisses
Skirts.
Our
Stock is
Comlete
A. J.
UAfiNER
fiCO.
"Oh! Those Mince Piet."
W hen the ihilJren come in from school nothing please like
good mince pie. in J it s tine in the lunrli, to.-. Just received:
Mince Meat in hull and packaucs.. It the tiner ue've ever had.
Phone 23 or 150
HOWELL & NEWTON
ISCORMRATtD
E
FRESH PLANS
AEROPLANE FACTORIES ANO AVI
ATION SCHOOL WILL BE
ESTABLISHED.
ORDERS IRE ROLLINS
Ohio Men Bid Fair To Be Kept Pretty
Busy Pushing Things Along
the New Line.
fwclal to (he V..h-
New York. Oct. Before leaving
yesterday for Washington Wtllnir
Wright declared that besides making
arrangement or the extensive manu
facture of aeroplane in ohlrfT he
would establish a s hool of Inst ruc
tion of a latum say a great fut
ure 1m ahead for flying machines.
The Wright brother have recvived
many order for flying machine, but
only a few have been accepted. While
Wilbur Wright wan here he received
offer from not less than 30 dlffennt
H-ron. all of them offering large
sums if lie would agree to make cer
tain airship flight. Mr. Wright lHked
iiimiii a flying expedition for money a
a dims feiit and he refined to accept
any c.f til. '111. These offer have Collie
from neatly every western city.
It I certain. Iiimcvi r. that llie
Wrights Mill gr.atly extend (heir Day
toii factory and incororatc In It a
chot for training operator. Thli
will be done a soon a OrvlHe Wright
return from
NEnSJatWALK,
Mr. I'at :Tf7acc ha the contract
and is laying a concrete sidewalk In
front of I he Kugle office and Sander
Bros. Mtore. lie i making a beautiful
walk and when finished ii will be an
all round ilnndy. crackerjnek. jam-up,
good Job.
During the cool days the
Oysters, Roats, Etc.. and
Sauces..
-J
Sauces that are pure and healthy Sauces that aid digestion
and lend that rich flavor and appetising odor to all meats,
making pleasure to live and enjoy eating.
Richelieu Oyster Cocktail Sauce
Is just the one you are looking for. It is made of Tripe
hand-picked tomatoes and pure spices. Trv a bottle you
will enjoy it. For sale only by
BOY SHOT MOTHER
EMU HER LIFE
He Was Playing With Shot Gun When
It Was Discharged.
K-clul ! liie Ijigtr
ShrcVcport. La., Oct. 7. Mr. W. (J.
Tiolor, wife of a hotel keeper of Myr
lis. La., waa killed last night by her
S-year-old son, who accidentally di
i hnrg.-d a ahotguii.
The hoy waa Nltitiug tlie gun to
ward the door lit the family room when
the inotlier entered. She commanded
him to lower the gun. but in obeying
he struck the nigger, discharging It
and shooting off her leg. Tho body
will le burled at Queen City. Texa.
GENTRYS DOG ANO PONY SHOW.
High Class Amusement and Fajr Deal
ing Their Motto.
iMi't make any mistake In select
ing the best place in iend your mon
ey in order to get th. moM value out
of it. Tlii advice applicable to
anni teni. nt seeking and applies a
forcibly to "circus going" an tu any
other In vent merit . The Individual who
ha a quarter or half a dollar to-4
l-nd '"for fun" U entitled, to all the
fun he ran gel for hi coin The ('.i n
try Shows, which exhltdt in Bryan
next Tuesday for two performance,
afternoon and night, offer unusual val
uiKifor the price of a ticket and one
ticket, by the way admit to every
thing, which a great deal more than
any other rlri us management can
rightly claim. "So much to get in and
ko much to get out" make a big dif
ference when It come to buying cir
(us tickets and the difference ia all In
lh, patron favor when a visit U
made to the Gentry Show. That's
where the one ticket, which admlu
to everything comet In. This article
In written for the cuix-clul benefit of
the MMrer clause, who enjoy a good
show as well aa their millionaire or
rich neighbor, who can afford to pay
mind naturally turns to Kith,
they in turn suggest
IroSn
Nearly aa Many Mora arc Beneath the
Surface of the Earth.
Kpeclul tu I he Kagle.
Udysmlth. B. C. Oct 7. Of the 32
miners who lost their Uvea yesterday
In the extension line of the Wellington
Colliery Company near bere ai a re
ault of an explosion of fire damp, IS
bodies have been recovered today.
There was no fire In the mine. It Is
expected that work will be resumed In
less than a week.
MR.
JIM BAILEY DREW ANOTHER
LARGE HOUSE.
As evidence that the play of Mr.
Jim Italley gave universal satisfaction
at the first production, another
large house turned out to wltneis the
second Mrformance of this really
good play last evening. It Is needless
to go Into details regsrding the play
as we said all that could be said of
It before; suffice to way that It la Jut
simply one of the very best produc
tions that It baa ever been our good
fortune to witness. The performance
waa enjoyed even more though last
night as there waa a conspicuous ab
sence of train noises and those who
attended the first production readily
noticed the advantage last night of
having the Tent overhead.
Those who will appreciate some
thing out of Ihe ordinary will do well
to attend the performance at the big
lent this evening. The production of
fered toulgtil. The Mysterious MUs
Creigbton. is said to be something
different from anything as yet pro
duced by this excellent company and
not only is the production above the
average, but the Sie'ial scenery pre
pared for this particular production Is
said to be something worthy of atten
tion. Another feature will be the Fa
mous World Fair Gown that Mrs.
Harrison will wear In tho first act of
the play; gown that cost T.0; wa
brought over from Paris during the
World s Fair at St. Louis. It is Im
possible lo describe the Gown but if
you w ish to see something r (ly beau
llful and artistic visit thuTlilg Tent
tonight.
CHRIS
URCH.
i e cuun artels tuetr pastor to
I'lttslmrg to attend the Centennial con
vention of the Christian church. He
win ice lonignt on trie i:2 a. m.
He will meet the Texa delegation at
Dalla and go from there on eclal
train. The church has been looking
forward to the convention for four
years and !t ia expected that the re
ixirii for the years work will far sur
pass that of any previous year. The
offerings for missions, benevolence
and education will approximate $2
000,000. It 1 expected that 50.000
lieople will attend the convention. The
pastor of this church considers It a
great privilege to attend. He will be
away about two weeks. There will
be regular Sunday school sen ices and
prayer meting and communion servi
ces. Uro. James J. Ray will preach at
the 11 o clock service. James N.
Thomas. Pastor.
A DANGEROUS CROSSING.
The plank crossing leading from the
Kugvne Kdge corner to I las well's cor
ner Is In a bad fix and Is a shame and
disgrace to Bryan. It baa great Jag
gei crat-KS in it wide enougn for a
child's or lady's foot to go through
and result In serious Injury. Tho re
porter saw a crowd of negroes walk
ing on the crossing a few days ago
and one of the little boy 'a feet went
through a crack up to his knee and It
took the older onea in the party fully
five minutes to get him out. The crack
is all splintered on both aides and the
child was painfully hurt. If he had
toppled over to either side, his leg
would have been broken like a pipe
stem and the city would have had a
damage suit on its hands and Justly
"--
XlAN h
Bank
Will continue to give to our patrons the same service which hat
been so satisfactory in the past.
With Ample Resourcci, Long Experience and a
Thorough Knowledge of Conditions, we feci that
we are in position to icrve you to ypur odvantae.
Square
Absolute
G. S. PARKER, Pres. L II. KlUrssfta
A. 7. WILKEnSO:i, C::r
EW.CREIiSIIAlV.Ass'tC::
J. II. COLE J. K. PAnXER 117.103
II
Losses in Galveston Harbor Bttwttn
125,000 and $35,000.
Special to the Eagle.
Galveston. Texas, Oct. 7. Fire in
the Ilrltlsh steamship Stillans at pier
3C did between 1:3.000 and $33,000
damage to a cargo of cotton.
The fire waa discovered last night
In batch No. I In which 11,000 bales
of, cotton were stored. All night the
city fire department and ship's crew
fought the flames and they were ex
tinguished this morning about 11
o'clock.
The cotton is now being removed
and the extent of the damage will not
be determined until all the cotton has
been taken out. It Is feared however.
the loss will be at least $23,000.
TRADE FROM OTHER COUNTIES.
More People Than Usual Coming to
Bryan this Fall From Adjoining
Counties.
It 1 a noticeable fact that a gnat
many more eople from Madison and
Grimes counties are coming to Bryan
to trade this fall, than have come here
In several seasons. This is good news
to everybody and shows the people
like to come to Hryan to trade. They
like to come here because they can
get the highest price for their cotton
or other produce, because they can buy
goods c liea ter, and became they have
unlimited stocks to select from. The
rest rooms that have recently been
provided for the comfort of the ladies
and children will be another Induce
ment for them to come. If llryan will
only provide first class dirt roads, she
will continue to draw a large trade
from surrounding counties and
fact should not be lost sight of.
tU
BISHOP WARD FUND.
Since the announcement yesterday
of the effort to raise a fund to save
the late Bishop Ward's home, the fol
lowing amounts have been handed In:
8. II. Franklin -. $1.00
J. Allen Mycra 2 50
Send contributions to me and they
will be acknowledged through The
Eagle. Thomas II. Morris.
:
You Want 'ffi&xz
Vou Want uz$&rn
Give usSa call.
C IE. IBullocEr o.
Deal i
Security.
NOTICE.
Sealed bids for the building of Um
d'y hall for the city of Bryan, accord
ing to (dans and specifications now oa
file at the City Secretary'a office, wl'J
be received up to 3 p. m. of the 18th
day of October. 1J9. The City Coun
cil of the City of Bryan re nerves the
right to reject any and all bida.
269 J. B. Hines, Cltr Sec.
Is a constant worry to the busy
housewife. Let us help "
you by suggesting
the following:
Bottled Pickles all sorts.
Barrel Pickles, sour, 3 doz. 2bc
" " D,IIs2 " 25c
" Mangoes 1 " 30c
" Sweet Mixed, qt. 25c
Kraut, 6 pounds 25c
" Mackerel, 2 and 3 for 25c
Bottled Olives. Mannell 3(kr
Queen . . 25c
Mot Relish 25c
Prepared Mustard 1 0c, 15c, 25c
Macaroni, Cheese
Cranberries
Fruits
and
Vegetables.
Besides the above list we have
everything in Staple and4-'ancy
GROCERIES
and will appreciate your trade.
Sanders Bros.
Sellers of Bulte's Excellence
Flour and Telmo CannedGoods
t
111,1 "Mil IUU
so. ,

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