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Bryan, Texas, Sunday Morning, June n, iper. prize s GcaU ' 1 HT JII'-IIH'T f.4... ' INTEREST ;0F BRITISH ASKED TO END WAR. President Ilia Made Formal BoquM j Crdiallj Support Taken byAner "Gccd cid sura. nr.;r ican Executive. of Ilellrercnts. what you are going to feed your vittitora on during Commencement. Wait until they arrive, find out what they like and 'phone u your want. No matter what they like or where they are from, we can fill your order, and won't fend the "ju-t as good'' kind. We carry the moat uptodate line of Fancy Groceries IN CENTRAL TK.VAS Heller of fUUT'.a Csnaed Oooli ''Stmt ma Crry Plete." Chocolate Bon-Bons. Fine 'candies every week. . Stock always fresh. M. H. James Leading Drdggist. yjZSEl' WE CAM AFFORD TOO fL jL-V11 1 1 1 ENCOURAGE UU V') SAMS FATR0M3 300 MJlTStMVlSmNS. .3 Nvl JTi 'COOL- COLORADO' HCU LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION. YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, fTW. CALirOBMIA rOIMTS.AMO . . V ..... . . . . . I af-v .TOiij4- r i are moat frequent at this season of the year. Various sections of the country hare been struck by these property devastators. BRYAN MAY BE VISITED! Protect yourself by a tornado policy. The cheapness would surprise you. ASK ME FOR RATES. I i agsot st Brrs fr tbs OUesr Typewriter, the oely Un dsra I t b I wrlUng Btchtn. GEO. A. ADAMS Office in Parker building, far Telephone 265 I NOTE SENT EACH ONE Before (mmuslratlair With Pewert thief Magistrate Had A.urance Ibat Mich Actios Would lis Acceptable. INDEMNITY AMOUNT. 1&f$3 ' e recve BBSl V W i. I mmmJ A 'V i If gsw m Washington. June 10.-A note. the text or whWh was fivrn out by author Ity of the president, win made, public at th. while house late Friday night Secretary I.oeb. It has ln forwarded to the goven ments of Kusia anil J pan. In the Interest of humanity. Pres Merit Roosevelt urges the warring n ttoni to com to peace. The note k that r.eif'Jtlatl.iis f'r p-ac m tonJuct 4 between th belligerent. It Indi cates a bWlef that sn tnternio llary may not be necery to effert cotn:1ulvs n totlatlon. but llkewle ej.re.e the wtUHicnss to do all In the president power to promote the preliminary ar ranrementa for a time and a p a. for the meeting .of the representatives of the HuiUri an J inan overnrr.ent The following li the tel as given out: l lit J una) S the follow ln d.SDMtch I was sent by tha preild-nt through dip lomatic ihannrls to ine Japanese 'itusalnn governments: The president feels that the time h come nhin the lnteret of all mankind must endeavor to see It It Is not poslble to bring lo an end the terrible and menlable ronfllct now being waged With both Kuala nd Japan the uniieu States has Inherited thase of friend ship an J good will. It hopes for the proa peril y and welfare of each one. It feels thjit the progress ot the world la set bah by the war between theae two great tuitions. "The president accordingly urges the Russian and Japnes governments Cor thr own Hitkea and ftr the Interest of the whole rlvtUsed world to len direct negotiations for pear with oft another. The president auggests that these peace negotlatteaia be ennducted directly atiJ eii luelvely between the belligerents; In other words thnt there be a meeting of Russ'.m and Japanese plnipnentaries ur (rettntiitea wmmut any Intermediary In order to see If It Is not po'bl for these two representative! of the pow ers to agree to terms of peai e. The president asks that the Kusl.tn .ind Jap anese gwernmenta do now Hgree t. such a meeting and Is aklng the (Jap anese. Otiisslnn) government I k-l to agree. While the president does no! feel that any Intermediary should lw culled In. In repe-t to he pence nego tiations themselves, he Is entirely will ing to do mhat lie properly can If the two turtles concerned feel that h!s r lies will t nf u 1,1 In nrranglug the fireHmin:trle nl lo tht nl.ire nnil rim. of meeting. t,ut If even the- prelltn- ' In.rles i .iniinl .'irriinvc ft d.r..i tlv h ! tui.-n the two xiwers or In any oth-- I W:i. the president will !e g'ad an h i j l"'le plirp" e Is to lirllllf Ilbollt a meeting wh:. h lh hn!,. i Ivlllzed vii.rld Hi: ; rav iii.iv riilt In peine" i The note r. ii..-re, t.U-iilr;l,irit l ' the f.n t that If w n nr. i. ..re, I iin.l ot ! aftr a,ur.t!H'eii hail lieen r.-'eiv'- I e. from T..klo mi l St I'. .terslnirir th.it in !i n t. i 1 1 rt i.iil ! I, niiir !. j Have Been Interned. I Wanhington. June 1 K.ir Admiral Train has report.-, 1 to the navy demri-m.-nt that the Kusi.ui ships nt Mn.ll i h.ne Iwn Interned Ftnsarltl Circles at Lssdoa f thi lOplnUa Tast the Mikado Mill' j He ntand at l.rst Oas LIU i lioa Hollars. OYMOND PRESIDENT. Resolutions Adopted Favor Admin, on of Oklahoma to Statehood. Uuthrie, June 10 National K 1ttori.il association selected Ind'.inapolis fm next place of meeting. Poilowlng of ficers were elected: President. John Irumond. New Or leans: first vice president. J. K. Junkln Hterllng. Ky.; second vice president. H. B. Varney. Lexington. N. C: third vice prealdeat. I tl. Nlblack. tiuthrle. n. T.; j . ,n ir.(nniunift i, i.n y , . . r II. ia brook. Johnstown. .; recording s"-re. tary. J W. (-ocruin. M.iltland. Ind; treasurer. J. I. Bteele. Ashland. Pa. The convention adjourned l-Ytday aft ernoon and the deli-gates left Cuthrle on .t trip, durlne which they will visit Portland. Ore Teias and California. Resolutions were adopted for admis sion of Oklahoma .is a state. Editor Eipiret on Train. Mahall. Okl.v. June li). O P Wright, editor of the Hinsdale (III ) R. publicum died on the first division oi the edltorall special train nen rhere He was suddenly taken sick and soor died. Mr. Wright, who was aroompa tiled by Mj daughter, was seventy yean oil. Lor.don. June 10. The keenest In tt Is minlfested In PresllerM r.a (evelt'a not endeavoring to brlnj JHin and Russia to an understand le(. Wt.rte the I'-rltlsh ure not taking ary part In the negotiations they art Biting the most cordial support lo the prtllert, whose actions In the mat ter this nation has been kept full In formed of. Diplomatic and offlclaJ clrtles speak In the highest terms oi the diplomatic manner In which the pr.s! lent has handled the matter, ana fully accord what they considered wil' the only way In which the difficult) can be overcome. The I'nlted Btatea rot being entangled In any way, li really the only country which could tjie action, but even President Rooao- veit could not do more than endeavot to start direct negotiations tie tweet the belligerents. Japan. It ran be stat ed, refused to start negotiations untl fu'ly assured of the earnest necessity ef Russia, and her proposals would be seriously considered. Her demand! Include Indemnity, the amount ol which Is thought to have been fixed by the Japanese government, and or this point the president Is urging: lea lent treatment. It la considered here that Japan Is entitled to an Indemnity ant It Is pointed out that while the payment of the Indemnity might af fe I the standing of Russia among the posters. It would not be so serious the loss of territory; beside, the pay merit of Indemnity would be forgctter sooner than the loss of territory itii! Wve no feeling for rerenge. Finan cial circles tn London are of the opln Ion the .Japanese will demand an In demnity amounting to about 11.000.. O'XVOos, tr,t twins their estimate oi the coej. AO the , Jp.i;ies(;f JUIVCI months' fUhtlng. This Is cunsl.ierer In some quarters to lie loo large ar estimate. the expenditure belnj thought to l-e ne.irer KOO.OoO.OOO. PEACE POSSIBILITY. Radical Russian Press Is Taking Ad vantage oi the Situation. St. IVtersluirg. June 10 The rcdl cal press which hounds the govern ment, no matter wtil h way It turns I seeking to tnke advantage of the new situation creat-d by the posslt.!. ty of peace. Although for months II Ins been preaching peace nnd aban donment of the whole M.inchurl.m nd er ture at nny i ht It has nlread) veered nro-inl and pretends to lw h.r- ru.en in ine i n i t ri it Ku'Ma cm con tiriir'lnte the pnl,tv i.f surrender - Ins her p'lilon on tlie I'.u Itlc an purchasing peace nt the pit, e of In il-mnlty nfter the s.n rirVe f mllllotu of money mil tlcius.inds of people', lives, and dei larrs that only the -o- jle shall d.i I le whi ther the cnuntr; shall submit to this humiliation These tactics will pmduie nil the mor effective result, rlnce so fir as th Indemnity goes, the radical paper undoubtedly refl.v t the view of the masses of the Russian people as wel as those prevalent In offl. lal circles The status of Vladivostok and fjues. tlon of Indemnity are sure to be the main obstacles to an agreement once the belligerents are brought together but the crisis for which the solid ele ments of the opposition are wagln war against the government and try Ing to precipitate trouble constitute! the chief danger. Solemn words such as these uttered by the Moscow turn stvolsts and mayors of the principal cities who Joined with them In all the Russian temstvo congresses cannot be lightly thrust aside, although the gov ernment Is getting accustomed tc hard words. The nrsanlxatlon knnwr as the League of Professional ?-ague Friday at Moscow threatened to trans late their words Into acts unless the government yielded and resolved not only to Inaugurate a strike ef all pro fessional classes, but arm In self-defense They also bound themselves notibly nt political trials, and provide for each other's fsmllllea. In case sn members suffered arrest or nils Months ago M. Wltte. president of the committee of ministers, said to a cor respondent of the Associated Press' "There will he no Internal crisis whllf the war lasts. The crisis will eomi when the wsr ends." His words seen Ike prophecy. Suspended Prom Duty. . Washington. June 10. R H. Holmes Jr . assistant et.-.tlstlrlan of the depart ment cf agriculture, has been asked tc auspen 1 fromd uty during the Investi gation of charges agslnst hlmo f Irrrg. uUrltles In the compilation and pub lication of the last cotton report. Thli request has been granted. The Invcs. ligation of charges made by Richard Cheatham, president of the Southern Cotton Growers association. Is under way. Secretary AVIlson has determin ed not to disclose the r.ames of the iperts who will conduct the Investigation. FORTY 6LAIN. Leadee tl Insurrection and Thirty-Nine Followers Are Killed. ilanlla. June 10 Knri.u Paguhob. the leader of the InsurreC ion move ment In the Island of Sttnar, was killed together with thirty-nine of hts follow era June 4. according to a dispatch Just received. Failed Utterly. Chicago. June 19. Attempts to set tle strike of teamsters failed utterly Friday. 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BUCHANAN v-' a A a I I. r7f 111' ALL THK WATEU OF N I A G R A could'nt make your linen as clean aa our home method lauoderlnj, tho' the'd proba t!y tear your collars, cuffs. wa'.h wUt coata, etc. to pieces assoins second trrade laundries do. One thing accounts for the destruction of many pieces of clothing the use of acids. That's barred in this establish ment. Wa call for and deliver Roods, have a 'phone and price our work fairly. Bryaa Sfesm laundry fci WK hi. iTi, e e e i'f.'" li.