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Bryan daily eagle and pilot. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1909-1918, October 12, 1909, Image 1

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FOURTEENTH YEAR.
BRYAN TEXAS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER U 1909
NUMBER 2'!
' Another
Shipment
OF
Ladies'
And
Misses
ft
TODAY'S
Express
You are in
vited to call
and view the
Assortment
A. J.
OAS RED
GCO.
"Quality anJ Service"
Any kind
.f OLIVES ,
ou want, in any tiae bottle.
Nabob Olive
Premier Queen Olives
v'Batavia Queen Olives
( Pitted Olivet
.Tri-Olivei
Queen Olives in keg.
Phone 23 or 150
Howell & Newton, Inc.
-zrs
3S
TROLLEY LINE
BONUS COIfLETED
Glory Hallelujah! After Many Hard Trials
and Tribulations it is Finished.
MORSE III HARD
luck jtemn
FIFTEEN YEAR SENTENCE AFFIR
MED BV COURT OF APPEALS.
WAS ALMOST OflT OF DEBT
Out of JH. Seven Months and Mailt
Eight Million Dollars.
r
TGn '
i
The $10,000 botua (or tbe trolley
lln to the A. and M. Coll go baa beeo
computed. "Go teil It Id Oath and
publish It In the streets Ajalun."
Lordy, but tan't it good newt; and
wasn't It a Job; and don't you feel
better, and can't you breathe easier
After montha of work and waiting
tbe goal ha been reached, and we can
exclaim. "t I finished." It baa been
a long road and a bard pull, but the
top of the bill ha been reached and
we are on lord ground at last. Iet
ua atand and sins: the long m.-tre
Doxology.
The- members of the committee are
busy making out draft on each sub
striker for the amount "set opposite"
bla name, and they will be collected
tomorrow through the three banks of
the city. Ths committee Is extremely
anxious to collect It every dollar to
morrow and they urgj the aubacrlb-
HpecJal to the Ea.
New York, Oct. 12. The United
States circuit court of appeals yester
day affirmed be decision of lb lower
federi! court aentenclng Charles W.
Morso, former tanker and steamship
capitalist, to 15 years lm;rlaonment
In tho federal prison at Atlanta. Ga.
The decision of tb circuit court of
appeals, so far at tho direct appeal Is
concerned, at the office of Morae'a
counsel it waa stated later, the case
would be taken to tbe United Ctates
aupieme court and application tor
bail will be made. In the meantime
Morse will be sent to the Tombs pris
on or be might be sent to Atlanta to
begin his entnce unletj the circuit
court of appeal In New York granted
a Btay In the execution of hit sentence.
At the Inception of the panic of 190?
I Will continue to five to our Ditroni the tame aervir:
which hat been to satisfactory in the past.
With Ample Resources, Long Experience and a
-Thorough Knowledge of Conditions, we feel t!:it
we are in position to serve you to your advanta's.
A SQUAntZ DEAL IViTCI
ABSOLUTE SECURITY.
G. S. ?!L'M, rrci E. II. A.STi:i, V;r,-
a. 17. ivirir.:::!, ccsi
i (L pole i n rr.::-.i 1 j. w. too
er. o oe leanj io .y ,ne oralis unen charloa W. Morse was president of
presented. 'the liatk of North America, in New
The reiwrter called on Mayor J. TV Yor c"7. "nd rated to be worth well
Melons, who I promoting the enter- 'nto lh nllIlt"a. being also at the
..... . . . . nd of great steamship and other fl-
prlse. tola afternoon and informed .,. . .
uancia and business concerns.
aim tn bonus Dad been subscribed , Tba MiXtt of w, Unk tewnV,,.
and asked him for a atatentent. H tangled and be was Indicted upon char
said: j r tn'aapprorrlatlon of funds
"I bad heard tbe amount had ,n ,hT tu!e "4 urU-
ma trial in the federal court reaul-
It is good news to me.
ted In bis conviction from which this
Special to the Eagle.
Leavenworth. Kan.. -Oct. 12. The
case against the Cuhady Packing Co.
bank. I shall notify President K. K agalnit hlu in the state court were . to"" 'iulatlon of the internal revenue
raised and
Just
as soon ra it la deported In appeal was prosecuted, but tbe cases
C0L1PJII1Y FI'IED
Sum of 172,777.50 and a Penalty, of
$5,000 Lodged Against It
Legfiett of the board of directors that dismissed. j
the road will be built, au'd that work' More ' for EOUth, confined in
, . . , . . M " Tombs, but finally he was gran
on same will begin In a fiw days." , . . ..,. . . h.
- sa uwj; a vwmuivu uia ami I'
lawa by falling to place stamps of tbe
proper denomination on package of
oleomargarine came to an end In the
federal court here yesterday by a com
Asked a-to hla stock company. Mr ties in the financial world, meeting' promise, wherein the packing company
Maloney stated he had nothing to give with phenotnlnal success.
NOTICE.
Sealed blda for the building of C J
el'y hall for the city of Eryan, accord
ing to plana and spclil cations cry ci
file at the City Secretary's oClce, x'3
be received up to 3 p. m. of the IZJ
day of October. 1S39. Tbo City Xn
cll of tbe City of Bryan reserve tie
right to reject any and all blda.
269 J. B. Hlnes. City tzc.
out on that line just yet. lie is en
thuslastic over the matter and says
there is no question but what the
road will U built.
TEXAS BUNK IS
OE
Bold Work Waa Dona Monday Morn
ing at Ltwlsvlll.
eipccUi to the Euxl
Denton. Texas. Oct. 12. Robber
entered the Ilrjt National bank at
lcisvllle. a few miles south of here
early yesterday morning, dynamited
the safe and escaed with f$.5O0. Six
or eight men are bMleved to have been
on the job.
Tbe work waa done quietly, and af
ter getting the money the burglars es
caped on horseback and left no cluea.
They missed (9.000 In currency and
ccln which waa in another compart
ment in the aamo aafe. '
Officers with bloodhounds, are on
the trail. The explosion which blew
open the rafe awakened tho Inhabi
tants and many rushed to the scene
In time to observe the men fleeing
with the loot.
E
MADE BIG HAUL
He is credited with saying recently
tb.'.t he bad i:2.000.C00 swept away
In the 1907 panic, which also left him
owing $8,000,000. of which latter sum.
It is said, he br.d recently paid back
80 Iter cent, and prospects of speedily
wlplng out tbe remainder and his
comp'ete rehabilitation In the flnan'!
clal world were most flatterlag.
Mirse has contendej that be was
'guilty or no wrong doing and that be
.waa simply chosen, a an example by
the ruthoritie. Intimating that bis
prosecution waa Insirured from Wash-
Exprtts Company out Thousands of ingon.
Dollars at Seattle. j
REV. CHICK
QUIT THE CURS
tpeeUI to the Easle. ,
Seamle. Wash.. Oct. 12. Binding
aod gsgstni; the night clerk and his
assistant and carrying them to an
unoccupied part of tbe building, a lone;
hold-up man robbed the office of. the . - .
. - .u r. r. .."'"Bins UP Fares for Each Passenger
Great Northern Express Company, at 1 . . "
the King Street station early yester
day morning, securing several Backs
of gold and silver and a large amount
of paper money totaling Into the thou
sands
Wanted to Rant
A residence close to Main street
must be in perfwt repair. V. 3. Wll
son. Jr. 266
akes and Candie
National Biscuit Company's
Goods just in
today. Look over
this list and select
Plain Saratoga Hakes
Salted "
Sponge Lady Fingers
Fijr Newtons
10c Nabisco all flavors
25c
Lemon Uisrtiit square
Kestino Almonds
Blanke Werneker Company's
Maracaibo Chocolates.
These goods are fresn and new.
Bee Hive M. Mallows
Nedj'a Caramel
Burnt Almonds
Pecan Croquettes
Newport Squares
Cocoa Delicacy
Haystacks
Maple Bon lions
We take pleasure in sending out these goods
for they are the best. Try them.
BELL BROS.
Phones 111 & 179. The Quality Grocers. Two Wagons
Grew 7 1 re to me.
Lawrence, Kan.. Oct. 12. Kev. D
H. Carrlck. recently resigned from tbe
pastorate of the North Lawrence Pres
byterian church because as. be explain
ed. "Minister were not honest." and
"that a man could not earn an honest
living as a minister," has quit ringing
up each fare In the presence of the
passenger after one week's service as
an "honest conductor." He will go Cast
to conduct evangelistic services.
Mr. Carrlck bad been the North
Iewrenc church pastor only a short
time when he resigned, and aald weal
thy men who control the church made
it Impossible for their pastors to live
honest lives, and that the pastors
wives were cn etied ir they wore
good clothes at the congregation's ex
pens..
BISHOP WARD FUNO.
Since the announcement yesterday
of tbe effort to raise a fund to save
the late Tllshop Ward'a home, the fol
lowing amounts have been handed in:
8. II. Franklin $1.00
J. Allen Myra 2 50
Dr. Geo. R. Tabor 5 00
E. W. Crenshaw 5 00
Dr. and Mrs. G. V. Emorr 1 00
Mr. J. N. Cole 5 00
Send contributions to me and tbey
will be acknowledged through Tb
Eagle. Tbotnaa II. Morris.
waa fined $5000 and agreed to pay a
back tax of 161.777.50 and ieclal tax
of 110.000 for agencies
THIS DATE IN HISTORY.
October 12.
. HJJ Columbus dUtoverid America
1773 Lyman Doecher. noted clergy
luen. born In New Haven. Ct. Died In
Droofclyn. Jan. 10. 1863.
181S A constitution for Connecti
cut was ratified by the people.
1833 Tho province of Boent's Ay res
soceded from tbe Argentine confeder
ation. 1863 Alexander II. Stephens releas
ed on parole from Krt Warren, In
Boston harbor.
1870 Gen. Robert K U-e died. Born
Jan. 19. 1RC7.
!8S6 Gr.les and floods In Texaa and
Lcul.si&na destroyed 217 - lives and
much property.
19rt Kir-n airship night In tbe
South was made rt Pidmonl Park.
Atlanta.
1908 The Servian Assembly voted
to support the Government against
Austrian agression.
GRANTED A STAY.
Morse Will Not Bt Imprisoned far
Forty Days at Any Rate.
New York. Oct. 12. The United
States circuit court of appeals yester
day afternoon granted a stay of 10
days In tbe execution of the sentence
upon Morse.
Baptist Prsyer Meeting.
Tbe reasonableness of miracles will
be the subject for study tomorrow
night at the prayer meeting of the
First Baptist church.
M. E. Weaver, Pastor.
its d::d
DSdlFcO-
li a constant worry to the busy
housewife. Let us help
you by suggesting
' the following:
Bottled Pickles all sorts.
Barrel Pickles, sour, 3 do. 2bc
" ' Dills 2 " 25c
" Mangoes 1 " Z2c
" Sweet Mixed, qt. 25c
Kraut, 6 pound 25c
" Mackerel, 2 and 3 for 25c
Bottled Olives, Manzanell JDc
Queen 25c
Hot Relish 25c
Prepared Mustard 10c, 15c. 25c
Macaroni, Cheese
Cranberries
Fruits
and
Vegetable.
Besides the above list we have
everything in Suple and Fancy
GROCEniEG
and will appreciate your trade.
Ganders Dros.
Sellers of Bultt's Excellence
Flourjand Telmo CannedGoods
I Mil II HI IMMItlHIU..-)
roceries money
We have then.
You lnJan :::Gtr II
can
You 7v7ant Thtg$:v:ti
Givo ua a call.
; C. E. Bullock
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