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Bryan daily eagle and pilot. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1909-1918, October 22, 1909, Image 1

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FOURTEENTH YEAR.
BRYAN TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 2Z 1909
NUMSER 273
AT
4 ,
Wagner's
New Line of
White & Eau
Net .
Curtains
36-in. Scrim
in Red, Illue and Green
figure. Something new
for Curtains.
M, Blue
Green and Ecru
Curtains
3 Yards Long
3U5 Pair
500 Pieces
Wk'dt Fancy Linens .
in
Scarfs, Covers
and Doylies
Just Received
New Fall Goods.
Edam Cheese
Pineapple Cheese
"Red Cloud" Full Cream Cheese
Scaramelli Macaroni, Spaghetti, Vermicelli
Buckwheat Flour and Pancake Flour
Fresh Roasted Coffee
every day.
Howell & Newton, Inc.
Grocers and Coffee Roasters
Phones 23 and 150
PRESIDENT TO
Hpcclal to tht Eacls.
Gregory. Texaa, Oct. 22. President
Taft. refreshed by hit four days of
rest and recreation on his brother'a
ranch, resumes hla tour thla evening
with bla departure for Houston, where
be la scheduled lo snd three houra
tomorrow morning. The program In
Houston. Is to Include a breakfast by
the prominent business men, after
wblth the President will make a pub
lic address. Many of the residents
of Galveston, which Is but fifty miles
dUtaut. are expected to join In the
celebration at Houston.
From Houston the President's special
will make a daylight ran tomorrow,
and the probabilities are that the
! President will make several brief
slops at some of the larger cltlea and
towns before Dallas Is reached at 6:30
o'clock In the evening. In Dallas a
public address will be delivered at
the Texaa Stale Fair grounds and In
the evening the President will be the
guest at a banquet given by the Dal
las business men. The President will
remain In Dallaa oxer night, leaving
for St. Luia early Sunday morning.
T
T
Roger Will Submit His Report to Ad
Jutant Central.
Special to the Eagl.
Amarlllo, Texaa. Oct 22. Captain
J. H. Rogers of the Texaa rangers yes
terday morning completed bis inves
tigation of the cause of the recent con
flict between the local officers and the
rangers. He said that he would make
a rcort to Adjutant General Newton
at Austin. Rogers refuses to divulge
bis findings while here. Considerable
bitterness Is manifested toward the
rangers. The local officers are upheld.
POPULAR RATES VIA I. 4 C N.
Account No-Tsu-Oh Carnival, Houston,
. Toaas, November 8-13, 1909.
' Season tlcketa on sale dally Nov. 7
to 12. Incluiilve. Limit for return Nov.
14th. Itopular excursion rate lu ef
fect, for special day.
For Information rail on. or write
D. C. DeMaret.
Ticket Agent I. O. X. R. It
d291-C6
SHETLAND
FLOSS
in Black. White and
all shades
You can find what you
want at this store.
A. J.
UAGNEB
GCO.
30
The First State Bank
AND TRUST COMPANY
OF BRYAN TEXAS
GUARANTY FUND BANK
F.tfertiv January lt. 1SI0.
This bank is operating unJer a State Charter and the
State law are very strict. A thorough examination of the
bank will be made every three month by expert bank exam
iner and published statements of it condition will be made
five or ix time a year. We offer you absolute security.
The stockholders of this bank are all conervative citizen
and the interest of it patron will be looked after carefully.
Ccnrc 2nd da Cusir.sss with us.
IB CUl. Pretest. B. I. StAli. Vice Prcjlictl. W.I.
ceif. asHcr. t. Ji juaws. . p. gmissy.
m. w. ceiiTM. w. J. ctimi.
NEW GOODS
Ralston's Whole Wheat. 12-pound sacks. . -C6C
Ralston Graham Flour. 12-pound sacks . . . G6c
"CHOCONEL"
The new Breakfast Food, made from whole
wheat and pure chocolate. Call for sample and
then ask for some in your next order.
BELL BROS.
..THE QUALITY GROCERS..
Two Phones 111 & 179 ' Two Grocery Wagons
ALLEN KID STEELE
FARMS INSPECTED
BETTER CONDITIONS FOUND BY
I THE GREER SUBCOMMITTEE
THAN ON OTHER FARMS
I VISITED.
HUTS HAVE NO C0L1PUUHT
Are Not Puniahscf Unless It Is Dtscr
vtd, and Have Plenty of Food
and Comfortable Quarters.
Navaaota. Texas, Oct. 21. At the
Allen farm, owned by tie estate of
the late Col. John I). Rogers of Galves
ton, and the Steele farm, owned by W.
L. Steele of Xavasota, and cultivated
by the atate convicts under contract.
Senat. r Greer's sub-committee of the
Legislative Investigating committee
found that the contractors bad furnish
ed Quarters which are better In some
resects thau those at other share of
contract farms thus visited, and that
the ata'e'a officers In charge had made
a better shoving In the cere of these
pieces.
Ready for Committee.
Accordlnj to the convicts at Allen
farm, it baa been known for some time
that thla committee was. coming some
time before the flrat of the year, and
tilings bad been put In better order
than usually they are; for Instance,
they wld that the shuck which had
been used for filling the mattresaes
had been taken out and burned up
and straw substituted only two days
before the arrival of the committee.
clean bed clothing put on. the floors'
scoured and that the prison building
had been whltewabd a week ago.
Convict Testimony Favorable.
The convict testimony was entirely
favorable to the sergeant In charge'
and to moat of his suarda. There was
soae testimony unfavorable to one of
lb a guards now In the service; the
convicts said that he had cursed them,
and that when they started to work
they ran out of the building because
they were afraid that If they didn't
n.ove fast they would be kicked on the
shins. W'uen this guard was placed
upon the stand he readily admitted
that upon certain occasions he had
cursed convicts, but ha denied that he
had ever kicked any of them.
Have to Move Fast
Convicts denied that they were
made to run upon the turn rows, but
some of them added "They make all
of us go at a pretty art gait, and we
short-legged fellows have to run to
keep up."
The Allen and Steele farms are In
charge of brothers. Sergeants W. W.
Loftln and F. E. Loftln. The former
has been In the enitentlary service
thirteen yeara. and has been in charge
of the force on the Allen farm since
March. IMS. The latter has been in
the penitentiary service seven years
and has Lad charge of the force on
the Steele farm four years.
Compliment Capt Loftln.
Members of the committee said that
Cept. W. W. Loftln ahowed a more
thorough conception of the purposes
of the penitentiary and a more Inti
mate acquaintance with the rules than
any sergeant that bad thus far testi
fied before the committee, and that
the building equipment anil care of
same at the Steele farm was the best
they have thus far seen.
TEn
J
n
Will continue to give to our patrons the same service
which has been so satisfactory in the past.
With Ample Resources, Long Experience and a
Thorough Knowledge of Conditions, we feel that
we are in position to serve you to your advantage.
A SQUARE DEAL V7ITII
AOQOLUTE GECUniTY.
G. S. K!3Eu Pres. L II. ftSTIIUlfta.
ft. W. Cintm fc:r
j. ii. ccle j. ie j. n. ran
IS El READY
Eaecutiva Committee Officially Noti
fied Mayor Maloney That Bonus
Was Ready.
A meeting of the executive commit
tee of the Retail Merchants Associa
tion, representing the citizens of Bry
an In the matter of the trolley line
to the College, was held Wednesday
night at which Mayor Maloney, the
promoter, waa present The commit
tee officially notified Mr. Maloney that
the bonus was In bank and subject to
his order when the road was comple
ted and in operation.
Mr. Maloney began yesterday morn
ing to solicit subscriptions to the cap
ital stock and met with good success.
During the day he was summoned to
Dallas to meet with the board of di
rectors of the A- and M. College, not?
in session there, and left for Dallas
last night. The board of directors will
take for the college $10,000 of the
stock.
The following clipping it taken
from today's Galveston News relative
to the Dallas conference:
"Judge K. K. Iggett said tonight
that the board of directors of the Ag
ricultural and Mechanical College bad
agreed to take IIO.OOO of stock In the
proitoscd railway.
"Such a railway would to a great
extent relieve the congestion at the
college." said T. D. RowelL "It would
enable the professors to make their
homes in Bryan and this would make
lodging room for at least 200 more
students."
Mayor Maloney will return from
Dallas tonight, and when leaving sta
ted to the reMrter that be would com
plete the organisation of bis com
pany immediately upon hla. return.
and that work would begin in a few
days.
HENRIETTA HJIS
BIS SEIIS1T1
Bank Clerk Died of Poison and Young
Lady Arrested.
i'-11 to the Ea!t. -
Henrietta. Texaa. Oct 22. II. M.
Stockley, a young and well known
bank clerk 'of Dowie, died from terri
ble burns caused by carbolic acid ear
ly yesterday morning in a rooming
house here.
Mlsa Marian Lvle was later arrested
In connection with his death.
Governor Davidson and it was repor
ted then that they would select Fort
Worth. The fanners, it Is aald. will
try to prevail upon the committee to .
select Temple.
IMS TEUPLE
Latter City May Get the Experimental
Station.
Fpeclal to the Eacla.
Fort Worth. Texaa. Oct 22. It Is
understood here that the Texaa Far
mers' Union will recommend the lo
cation of the state agricultural exper
imental station at Temple Instead of
Fort Worth.
Members of the state locating com
mittee recently met here with Lieut
it? c::j
DD CI DtrS
Is a constant worry to the busy
housewife. Let us help
you by Jujjzestinjr
the following:
Bottled Pickles all son.
Barrel Pickles, sour, 3 dot 2bc
Dills 2 44 25c
Mangoes 1 30c
" Sweet Mixed, qt. 25c
Kraut, 6 pounds 25c
" Mackerel, 2 and 3 for 25c
Bottled Olives, Manzanell 30c
Queen .. 25c
Hot Relish 25c
Prepared Mujtard 10c, 15c, 25c
Maca roni. Cheese
Cranberries
Fruits
and
Vegetables.
Besides the above list we (have
everything in Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES
and will appreciate your ftrade.
OandorsjjCroo.
Sellers I of SBulte's Kxccllenc
Flour 'andf Felmo Canned Goods
MnilllMIIIIIIIIMIMMMMIIIIIIIIIMIIimmir
Fresh Vegetables
AND FRUITS DAILY
Nice Chickens and Fresh t-tZS Swift's Premium Ilams
and Banquet Bacon, Buchanan's Creamery Butter.
The Finest of Can and Bottled poods.
Prices, Quality ind Service Unexcelled
Phone?j32 and 38r
C. E. Bullock &;Co
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