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motntna Tenth Year. No. 159; Bryan, Texas, Saturday Morning, June io, 1905. Price 5 Cen PROSPECTS OF PEACE Impression ow U That the Czar 1.4 Favorable. Hntlltiltutntlltutut f ft iti m i UNtfflBWH what you are going to feed your vUitora on during Commencement. Wait until they arrive, find out what they like and 'phone us your want. No matter what they like or where they are from, we can fill your order, and won't fend the "just as good" kind. We carry the. moat uptodate line of Fancy Groceries IN CENTRAL TKX'AS ovell Im Bsllsrs of Bit Tli Canoed Ooodt WORDS OF MIL MEYER ffyg We receive fft mm fteatlmeats Kxpresteo! by the I'alted States Ambassador roaveylar the President's deadly Offer ETldeatl; iirstlfjlnr. ' Chocolate Bon-Bons. Fine candies every week. Stock always fresh. M. H. James Leading Drdggist. Washington, June . The cxar has at last been heard fiom here, and the re sult lit tnt unfavorable to peace. In Mi recent audience with Mr. Meyer the i' tar Indicate. a willingness to (.ike un der advisement the subject of peace end expressed a warm sppreclatlon of the friendly words of Mr. Meyer, (peek. Ing at the personal envoy of the presi dent. The reception of Mr. Meyer was characterize! by the greatest cordiali ty nl friendliness, and the ambassa dor's cablegram to the president giving a general account of the audience Is of a distinctly hopeful tone. Mr. Meyer did not bring to the M. Petersburg gov eminent an offer of mediation, tut a friendly offer of good will, as It ws described by Count ( 'aim In I, which ap parently was arrntlfylnc to the cxar. farther than this. It Is Impossible to record the character of the cablegram. Mr. Takshlra, th Japanese minis ter, called by appointment at the white house Thursday afternoon, and spent half an hour with the president Me wss still unable to five the president the slightest Indication regarding Ja pan's peace terms, but It Is believed ha was acquainted In a general way with the hopeful tone of Mr. Meyer's dispatch, anfl with this ss a lever, the hope It expressed here that the mikado will meet the president half way In the earnest efforts he Is making to as sist In bringing about an early peace Orders Carried Out. aahlng'nn. June 9 Governor Wright hns tabled Secretary Taft. of ficially notifying him that the orders of the president regarding the Rua1sn ships In MantU bay have been carried out. Tbii ippean to Ce the Im predion In Diplomatic Circles. OYAMA IS STOPPED. It It Tboarat That the Japaeese Held Marshal asd (icaeral Lias Tiled Hat licen Adtised of lbs Mtnatloa. Two Jspsnese Ships Pats. Manila. June Two Japanese ships have fassed the entrance o ftjngasn gulf, anj area peedlng eolith war. IJng syan gulf I about 10 miles north of Manila, on the went shore of Luzon. ADDRESS OF BENN. srH A - - ' 113 COMPARISONS ARC TO OUR WE CAM AFFflHO TO 4Z rtfrntfOAf:r '-J I THEM.T e"ii iad 11 VI TEX A ' PAfi:HANDL. V SVtSfATROM$ 300 MIUSIM VISITING COOL COLORADO M LEWISVCI1RK rKPnciTinu ItlLWWSIUHL RATIONAL PARK. est cALirosNia eciNrs. and IT'S SERVICE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. a. y e. are most frequent at this season of tlie year. Various aectiona of the country hare been atruck by these property deraatatora. BRYAN MAY BE VISITEDt Protect yourself by a tornado policy. The cheapness would surprise you. ASK ME FOR RATES. I is sgsot st Bryas for Us Ouvsr Typewriter, the oolr sua dtra v I s I b I s writing mtchlns GEO. A. ADAMS Office in Parker building. if Telephone 265 the It Causes a Lively Scans Among Psnnsylvsnis Editors. Guthrie. June The action of J.ime, A It-nn. city editor of the Phlladelpl.N North-American. In att.icklng Gov. Penrypacker and the late Senator Quay In an nd lre before the National Kdltorll n'x l itlon. ha catiae.) a Tgrit In the pennvlvanl.i iclgntlon Mr Pern. In his n1!re on "Muzzles In Pennsylvania.'! vle. the ortinlri tlon of the so-cnli.-l Quiy "in.n h r" nn 1 the events ! i.l;t g up to tht p.i. npe cf tlie p-nnyp:n ker llln l l.iw. Tt blame I Mr Ju.iv for this sevpre iw. fleoiiring ".at It i ijii iv goerrnr that lnllirit.-. It II,. ( l.i.ej by s-iyli w "There was i:ev-r Quay or n Pcntiv packer born who .nil I form or e!lt a measure that woiil restrict the llhertv of the pres or hamper It In Its ronstltiitlini.il right of public ut'er ance. f t.,. (),i.iy of peti;s M ania de sire iinsmlrclie.i biographies, tell th'm tO leave behind them records frcm stain If the Pennyp.tckers of Pernsyl vanla or nry other commonwealth In the I'nion desire to efTectuUly muzzle the press thry must take themselves to some other land than that In the funda mental law of which It Is written "the free-lorn of the press ought not to be rerf-te.l'" President Screws delivers,! his an nual address. J. W. Garr of Anderson Ind . spoke on "the Public Hchool and the Press" Wtdding a Fsjturs. Guthrie. June I A pleasant feature of ths Vantlonal Editorial association coutiventlon Thursday wss the wed ding of J. O Inng. editor of the Sayre Okla.. Ptandsrd. and Miss A l l pef r son of Guthrie, with Kev Itatemsn ol Kansas rtty. a delegate to the conven tion, as officiating minister. CHARGE DISMISSED. Instructions Reosivsd to Proceed With Collection of Tribal Tag. Muskogee, June I Mayor dismissed the chsrge against the In dian police, arrsstel by rfy authorities, charged with assault In closing th stores of merchants who refused to piy tho tribal tag. There will be no fur ther srresis. Inspector Wight re ceived telegraphlo Instructions from Pecretary irttchcock to proceed with tho collection of the tasea. There seemi to b a general understand'ng that the merchants will pay tho tat. Tri-Color Hoistsd. Christiana. June Tho Norwegian trl-color was hoisted over Akrrshus fort and throughout the country In place of tho union Dag. Tho substitu tion wss attended by great ceremony at tho fort, mhero members of the storthing and 1000 of tho public as sembled. Tho garrison paraded In front of tho quarters of ths commandant of tho fort and the commandant read a resolution of tho storthing dissolving ths union with Sweden. 81. Petersburg, June 9. The gov ernment is plainly preparing for a puUlc announcement that tho tmpe ror has decided to conclude peace negotiations have begun by permuting publication of all foreign dispatches beurli j on tho subject Newspapers and ths ilusslan public until now only susplctotied Important moves wore going on behind tho scenes. In well Infurmed circles It is believed Japan has already Instructed Held Marshal Oyama to stay his hand pending tho result of tho present tentative nego tiations, and General Unevltch also has been confidentially advised of the situation. Nevertheless, irreconcila ble remnants of the War party are believed to be urging the Russian com man icr-lri- hlef to assume tho often site In the hope of achieving a victory and thus change tho emperor's present disposition la favor of conclusion of hostllltlea. If such Intrigue Is In pro gress It will havo no chance of success. It can be assumed there will be no further bloodshed In Manchuria until the belligerents have decided whether It Is now possible to agree on peace terms. The government In ths present emer gency la acting with great wisdom. It Is preparing a proclamation to tho i.atloiial assembly with tho announce meat that peace negotiations havo begun. The committee of ministers is hurrying through the eiamlnatlon of the Iloullgan rescript commission's project for gosudarslvennata duma, "Imperial duma." scheme already out lined In these dispatches, its conald. ra tion having commenced Thursday. Practically no alteration la being made in the test, and the Associated Press learns from a prominent Puaslan statesman conversant with the situa tion that the review of iloullgan com mission is purely a formal manifesto promulgating the law giving to Ilus slan ix-ople a voice in legislation. An informant of the Associated Press claims to have seen the original and he eiiects the law to be proclaimed eurly next mik. Kvldelice uct umulates that President Roosevelt's efforts In behalf of f ace have been supported y practically ev ery Kuropran power by transmission through representatives at belligerents' rertctlve capitals that the solemn con viction of their resiectlve governments is that the time has arrived for tho warring countries to conclude peace. The president's endeavor a seem to be limited to bringing the plenipotentia ries of Kussla atid Japan together to urraiiKe preliminary terms 'for conclu sion of a limited armistice and selec tion of a place f.ir future negotiations, and pIenlpotenti.it I. s. In the opinion of diplomats, will make the next move, us It la not Ii.'m I Japan will divulge her terms until tlio plenipotentiaries meet. The amb.n-ador of one of the great Kuroen wers expressed the opinion to the Associated I"res that exchunges would not occur either at Washington or ut "' Kuropcun capi tal, but uoti the battlefield In Man churia. MUCH SATISFACTION. Official and Diplocatio Circles Ptssssd at Apparent Success. lAndon. June 9. Much satisfaction Is expressed In official and diplomatic circles here at the apparent success of President Roosevelt In bringing Russia snd Japan together for the purpose of ending the war. Since his arrival here Whltlaw Held, American ambassador, has been In close and frequent commu nication with the foreign office. Tho ambaaaador la not willing at the pres ent Juncture to disclose the result ot his visits, but apparently he is well pleaaed with the progress of negotia tions, as sfter a busy week socially and officially the ambaaaador and Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Reld lesve London to spend a few days with rairl Kgerton Tatton and wife. Duchess of Bucking ham and Chandos. at Tatton Park. UnuUford. Cheshire. Other embassies ars without Information. Russlsn of ficial circles now think peace proba ble, or. at least, cessation of hostilities pending an endeavor to bring about a meeting of representatives of the two powers. It ts pointed out In these cir cles that from the first Kussla declared her preference to negotiate with Ja pan direct, and President Rooeevelt is apparently acting on that line in ar ranging preliminaries for direct nego tlJtlons between Japan and Russia. Delegation at Washington. Washington. June J. The delega tion of business men from Muskogee. I. T- appointed to prsent the protests of themselves and others sgalnst ths enforcement of ths new law for the collection of tho Creek Indian trlb.il tax has arrived. 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