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THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1913.
f The New Located in front end of Bryan Pool Hall, is now open and ready for business. Cold Drinks, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos, Box Candies. 0 Up-to-date Shine Parlor Bryan Cold Drink Stand COLEMAN HARDY, PROPRIETOR Dixie tonight "Drink Piel Beer." Dr. W. A. Smith was In town today from Mllllcan. R. S. Taylor went to Franklin this afternoon. Phillip Hensarling went to Xava sota this afternoon. Miss Madeline Hanway went to Mar lin this afternoon to vinlt friends. Ed Hall went to Xavasota this after noon to attend the Methodist District Conference. Mrs. C. P. Sinson returned today from Benchley, where she has been Tlslting several days. Mrs. George R. Branch of Houston is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Buchanan. Mrs. C. O. Lewis returned this aft ernoon from Hempstead, where she Tlsited Mrs. C. A. Searcy. The Allen Academy summer school offers to our own boys the very best opportunities right here at home. Mrs. A. P. Coleman returned this afternoon from Houston, where she was the guest of Mrs. E. E. Letch worth. I J C. M. Elder, in returning from Aran sas Pass to his home at Ennis, stopped over In this city to visit his daughters, Mrs. T. G. May and Mrs. J. 8. Doane. Mrs. E. Fisher returned to Hearne today after attending the dedication of Temple Freda and visiting friends In this city. Miss Johanna Mayer and Miss An nie Levlne returned to their homes at Calvert this afternoon after viBlting Mrs. I. Gordon. New shipment of Holeproof hosiery, guaranteed for six months' wear with out a hole, Just received at A. M. W'aldrop & Co.'s. Hon. W. C. Davis left this afternoon for Calvert, where he will deliver the commencement address of the Calvert High School tonight. Mrs. S. I. Dunn and daughter, Mary Evelyn, returned to their home at Port Arthur today after visiting her mother, Mrs. W. B. Roman. Mrs. I. G. McGee returned to her home at Anson today after attending the funeral of her father, Mr. A. Worley, and visiting her mother. At this time The Eagle Printing Co. is In need of nice clean rags of good Bize and will pay good price for same. Wtmi lanami fcr jwar kmltk LOSING FLESH? Perhaps it's because you are de manding too much of your body. If you are assuming more re sponsibility and work than you are capable of doing, or if you have become run-down and worn-out thru worry, by all means build yourself up; take our Wyeth't Betf, Iron and Wine the premier preparation of its kind. This beneficial medicine cre ates new appetite, makes you healthy, vigorous and full of vim and vitality. Absolutely the best remedy in existence for the pur pose, quickly restoring vital tissue and marrow-making elements. Avoid imitations under newly coined names at higher prices. 75c PER BOTTLE Phone 66 E. R. Emmel pURE QRU8 QISPEHSER """""" """" ' . -i . i A new shipment of the POPULAR W. B. CORSETS have just arrived, embracing all the new MODELS for SUMMER WEAR. We sell more W. B. CORSETS than any other make sold in Bryan. ::::::: Priced at $1 up to SS Fountain Bring yours In tomorrow. The Allen Academy summer school will bring a lot of fine young men Into our midst during the summer season. Let every citizen encourage the school. There will be students here from all parts of Texas attending the summer school. Now Is the time to put the city In perfect sanitary condition. Swat the fly! Kill the mosquito! THE BEST INVESTMENT You can make, Mr. Merchant, Mr. Business Man, Is In a modern up-to-the-minute system of accounting. One that, like the weather vane, shows the way the financial wind is blowing; that will tell you concisely and ac curately at the day'B end whether you have progressed or retrogressed; that will enable you to keep your finger on the pulse of your business and eliminate that doubt In your mind. Forward-minded business men today are recognizing the worth and econ omy of efficiency In the office the heart of any business. Modern ac counting systems designed to meet the requirements of your business designed and Installed by HUGH P. SCOTT. Phone 588. BASEBALL BOYS' BENEFIT. On account of the heavy expense the baseball boys have been to in pull ing off the series of games with Hempstead, as well as oCher games, Mr. W. R. Falrman has consented to give tbem a benefit at the Alrdome tomorrow (Friday) night. The boys will appreciate the patronage of their friends and the public generally. FOR OIL LEASE IBy Associated Press 1 Wichita Falls, Texas, May 22. The CorBicana Petroleum Company announced today Its purchase of the O'Reilly lease from Greenlee Bros The consideration Is said to be a quar ter million dollars. LEIPSiC HDHDRS WAGNER Leipslc, Germany, May 22. This city honored the great composer Wag ner today by laying the corner-stone of a grand monument to be chlsseled by Max Kllnger which will be un veiled with great ceremony when fin ished. Wagner was born in Leipsic, May 22, 1913. He was treated shame fully until toward the end of his long life, after other nations had pro claimed him great for his musical com positions. The music for the occasion will be celebrated at the Gewanhanis (which for decades tabooed his works) by a special Wagner concert under the direction of Arthur Nlklsch. The Stndt theatre will contribute to the celebration a cycle of Wagner's operas and music dramas under Lohse. ERER 0 D GAVE UP TO COLQUITT By Associated Tress. Austin, Texas, May 22. Henry Wil son, sentenced to fifty years for mur der, and who escaped froilt the Ram Bey State farm ten days ago, today walked into Governor Colquitt's office and surrendered, saying his conscience troubled him. QUARTER THh BRYAN DIX E TO-NIGHT From 6:30 p. m. to 11:00 p. m. Kidnapping Father ; Grand Lubln THE 8LAIN Billy Mason, Ruth Stonehouse A Jockey for Love Comedy-Drama PAULINE CUSHMAN, THE FEDERAL SPY Sellg PAULINE CUSHMAN, THE FEDERAL 8PY Feature See Sellg's Grand Masterpiece in Two Reels, "PAULINE CUSHMAN, THE FEDERAL SPY," a Real Feature War Drama. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. FAVORITES Winnifred Greenwood, Billy Maeon, Ethel Clayton. A Grand Feature TOMORROW AFTERNOON From 2:00 to 6:30 1. The Princess and the Man MARY FULLER 2. Maggie Tries Society Life Grand Comedy 3. When the Desert Was Kind Vitagraph Drama 4. THE MOONSHINER'S LAST STAND! Grand Pathe 5. THE MOONSHINER'S LAST STAND. ...Two-Reel Feature with the famous Octavla Hansworth In the leading role. FAVORITES Mary Fuller, Octavla Hansworth, Bigelow Cooper, Mary Charleson, Rob Thornby. Don't Miss This ProgramAfternoon MILLICAN NEWS MATTERS. Last Friday night the Mllllcan puV lie school closed with a concert and play. It was well attended by our home people and by visitors from Bryan, Wellborn, Navasota, Erwin, Allenfarm, and other places. Superin tendent Parker was down to deliver the certificates of promotion to the seventh grade. The term's work has been pleasant to pupils, patrons and teachers alike, and the utmost har mony has prevailed during the year's work. The work and advancement have Indeed been great. A new music room was erected, a new piano added and paid for, a sanitary water tank was installed, three new teachers' chairs supplemented, the local tax raied 10 cents more on the $100, and a third room is now under construc tion. With the erection of the third room, new cloak rooms and Btage rooms, our school will be second to none In Brazos County outside of Bryan. During the coming year we hope to classify our school among those of the third class, and add the department of agriculture. The future of the school is promising. Last Saturday afternoon the Millican ball team matched a game with a team from Navasota. The score stood 33 to 4 In favor of Millican. Our boys The Airdome OPPOSITE H. & T. C. DEPOT TONIGHT FROM 7:30 TO 11:00 1. The Baseball Player and the Bandit Drama 2. The Whim of Destiny Majestic Drama 3. THAT RAG-TIME BAND Keystone Comedy 4. THE TATOOED ARM American Western Drama FAVORITES Fred Mace, Max Sennett, Ford Sterling, Mabel Normand, Loulse Lester, Jack Richardson, Pauline Bush, Jessie Van Trump, George Periolat, and others. THIS IS AN UNUSUALLY FINE BILL BE SURE AND SEE IT. TOMORROW NIGHT Extra Special Feature in Two Reels "BREAD CAST UPON THE WATERS" 1200 SEATS AT Children under 6 years, 5c NO SEAT OVER 10c DAILY EaGLB uhtatb Ruth Stonehouse, Program Tonight have learned to play since their game with Wellborn. Since "Domlcelio" or "Mahan" is now in Waco in Baylor and Is too busy to write, he trusts that someone from Millican will continue to give the news items during the summer. With best wishes and kindest re gards to all. MAHAN. May 21, 1913. THIS DAY II) HISTORY May 22. 1819 Steamship Savannah started from Savannah on first passage ecroBs the Atlantic. 1844 First telegraph message sent by Prof. Morse. 1S61 Fortifications of Ship Island de stroyed to keep them from Con federates. 1862 Battle of LewiBburg, W. Va. 1863 Federals assaulted Vicksburg, Miss. 1865 President Johnson proclaims opening of Southern ports. 1872 President signs amnesty bill, contemplating the political re organization of the country. 1905 Over 100 preachers marched on Philadelphia's Mayor and asked him to prevent gas lease. 1912 Mexican government troops vic torious over rebels at Rellano. 10c IN THE AIRDOME DeBeVOlSE BRASSIERS This is the standard make of all AMERICAN BRASSIERS and quite a few models are shown by us, at the popular price of 50c. LADIES, we will take pleasure in demonstrating our CORSETS and BRASSIERS. LITTLE NOBLE T. MELTON. A little babe once came to earth, A precious, priceless gem; His mother, even from his birth, Had set her heart on him. With eagerness she watched him grow More beautiful and sweet; With care that only mothers know She guided well his feet. She dreamed of his as mothers do, She. saw him as a man, And longed to see her dream come true, But death has spoiled her plan. We do not tell her not to weep, Indeed it would, be wrong; We dare not say he's just asleep, His silence is too long. We can but Join her In her grler, Her burden help to bear; In Christ alone there is relief He bids her not despair. Each ray of light now seems a blur, The sunshine now seems dim; Her baby can not come to her, But she can go to bim. Hope is an anchor to the soul, Both sure and e'er steadfast; It points us to the future goal: Look not back on the past. , JOE T. McGEE. Bryan, Texas, May 22, 1913. SHERIFF FRUSTRATES PLANS OE LYNCHERS By Associated Press. Hiawatha, Kan., May 22. A second attempt by a Falls City (Neb.) mob to lynch Walter Ballew, the negro who assaulted Mrs. Anna Keller of Falls City Sunday, was frustrated this morn ing by Sheriff Moore and his deputies after the Jail doors had been battered down and the walls scarred by bullets. Citizens hearing the firing rus'hed to the Jail and assisted in persuadThg the mob to return home. Obligation Beth Ways. "Some of those pictures are genuine old masters." said Mr. Cumroz. "Of course yon are very proud to have them." "Yes. and I have no doubt the old masters would have considerable re spect for me If they knew what I paid for them." Washington Star. A Social Catastrophe. "Was no one injured in the railway collision, count?" "No. but nevertheless it was a most painful situation. First, second, third and fourth class passengers all min gled together. Simply unheard of!" Fliegende Blatter. Not an Expert Opinion, "lie has Just returned from Mexico. He says a Meilcan burro is the most aggravatingly stubborn thing on earth." "He isn't married." Houston Fost A Helping Hand. "Why are you removing all the rock ing chairs?" "Pa has sworn off on swearing, and we want to do all we can to help him." Detroit Free Press. Boast not thyself of tomorrow, for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth. Proverbs. SEPCIAL flQ7 cn RATE OF 9pODU Complete Course SUMMER SCHOOL SHORTHAND AND TVPEW8ITIN6 GUY M. BOARD AGENT L. C. Smith Bros. Typewriters All kinds of rebuilt typewriters like new. TERMS REASONABLE The Fountain Pen That Is Guaranteed "Contliif Self-Filling Non-Leaking READ & STEWART The Progreuitt Dnggistt A High Record for quality, service and sat isfaction established by our Cafe You'll be pleased with the surroundings, the qual ity of our stock; prompt, courteous service. The next time try US. Colonial Bar CHAS. 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