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Bryan, Texas, Thursday Morning, July 13, 1905.
Price 5 Centi Tenth Year. No. 187. & ti tfr t$ ii ti ti ii $i ii ii ti i XL; -A MEINZS PURE APPLE VINEGAR nn WW Heinz's Pickeiing Vinegar costs a little more, but? Extra quality of spices la bulk and in packages well kp SELLERS OF FRESH ROASTED COFFEE J $9 We receive I '" M Crrry Paw." Chocolate Bon-Bofts. Fine candies every week. Stock always fresh. M. H.James Leading Drdggist. INSURANCE Thla is quite, a feature of my tuisinea. I represent two strong ar.d liberal companies, whose, contract are free from the uaual numerous restriction that ome other roinpanle hav. which really have tho effect of insuring the company Instead of the Insured. No trouble toexplaln the policies ami quote rate. ACCIDENT TICKETS These, are adapted to person who do not desire yearly insurance, hut who wish protection on short trip, etc. I Untie them without written application, taking etTeet Immediately I in agent at Hryaii for lb OltTtr Typewriter, the oely stan dard T I I b I writln macnln. GEO. A. ADAMS Office in Parker builJinjj. af 4f Telephone 265 Explosion of Fire Damp liwulted la Many Oaths. OVKR HUNDItKI) DEAD Utrole Efferti Wr Xtit t Bm lit lMrleat4 Ma, bit tie a ef Eildtac Went Hat Happraed. -. T M Sams ?at9s 300 ttfSMvam6 -iS SM;r. L (O.'COOL COLOR ADO'iiiS) PCD LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION, lir Tr I lllWf STUMt NATIONAL PARK. n IW J ' -(.t.;'v ITS SERVICE SPEAKS FOR 1T5EIFJ22 Cardiff. Walee, July tt. An eiplo loo of Ore damp In No. I pit of the United National Colliery company at WatUtown. la the Rhonda valley, the center of the (real Welsh coal flelda. to believed to have reeulted In the loae e( at leaat tit Uvea. The eiploeloo u followed by the belching of cloud of emoke and duet from the pit abaft In which ISt men were working. The force of the ploaloa wrecked the machinery at the mouth of the pit. All communica tion with the doomed men In the tble direction la completely cut off. Num ber t 'ahaft adjoining he, ordinarily, afforded communication with No. t The 100 men In No. 1 and the few who escaped from No. I were drawn up. A reac'ue party descended by Ita Iwork was aerloualy Impeded by the fttl ftl and IK. IMn. mi . . . rt ...fh dlalold by the eiploalon. Altogether eight bodlea were recov ers! up to ml'tnlfM Tuesday night. Heroic effort a were made for houra to rearh the ntombel men. but the abaence of all aound from the Interior of the mine told the tale of the worat dlaaater that haa taken place in South Walee elnce lift. The newt of the explnelon apread rap Mly and hundrea of women and chil dren and thouaan)a of men thronged the heuc) of the pit aakli.g Information. i AS COMPARISONS ARC TO CUR SLAIN ON TRAIN. Negro Convicted of Criminal Aaaault la Killed. Jnrkeon. Mlaa July 12. Dive Col li, a rii-cru, who waa onvlcte1 of at tempted criminal aaaault on Mlaa Hogg, at a eprl.il trm of the CopUh county court a in. arntencej to ten years In the penitentiary, was killed by Mr. Plckry, a trother-ln-l.iw of Mla HoKg. nn I.I way to prison. The kill ing occurred at Crystal FprlnK. Mr. Il ky tK;ir'li"l the train at It-tie !harf an l wli-n It stopje- t lrye!al SprliK wnlk.-l Itito the coach where Traveling S-rir--iiit loblia was sitting with the prisoner. nrnl tlrawli.g his plxtol, fire'l thr-e t,oti Into tl.e i.t-trro's IwHly. kill ing Mm liut.intlv. ii key surrendered. eiiienNng s.illnf K-tlcio with wh.it he h:il dure. He cot.nl .-r-1 the negro dtf-eerv-' ijeath for t.; nttvinpted as .i ill' tela tiiji Thfv Would Sund 1 One Another ON MOROCCO MATTER lie Sje Jeka 1111 It SapreB. tk nra Whea It Cbm U lea alterlaf tk aettlea of aal Warfare. OFFICERS ELECTED. All but T vo o' Thim Ware Choaan by Umnimoui Vott. Huffrflo. N V. Julv I .'.-The fi.ll.m trig Kr.ml iilre !' ri er eicte. Ht tt.'' ..llTlillll r"III. toll ' f H"l'.Vl). let! mil Protective url-r uf KIkx: i.niti l rm.lfe I ruler. Kottert V. Itronn. I.ihiIbv llle. Kv ; icrand esteem e. le.nlhiB kn lTit. 1". Tomllnsou, Winston. N. ; itrun l esteemed oyJ kt.Ut.t. C V. Kiiurin.in. llotikn, N. J..; grnnd esteemed letturlng knight, l-jlwar l M tnuiclilln. lUmton; grand oe.-reti.ry. K. C. Kohlnson. Dubuque, la.: rrand treasurer. J. K. Tenor. Char- lerot, !,; grund tyler. V. W. McClel- lanit. rlttstiurg. I'a ; grand trusti-e, (long term). John D. iVHhea, Lynn. Masa.; rrand trustee, (short t'rm). rr. V. Havlland. Hutte. Mont. All but Mr. Kaufman and Dr. IlivlI.inJ were elected by accUrnatlon. In the band contest the Governor's band of Jalisco, Mes... won first prlie In class A. DESPERATE BATTLE. Meenihinera and Federal Officers Have a Lively Fight. lUyklng. Ky July 12. A desperate battle between moonshiners and Fed eral offliera waa fought In the F.Ikhorn dlatrlit. Albert Totter, deputy I'nlted 8tatea marshal, led the officer on the raid. On a lonely mountain path the moonshiner, under the leadership of Calvin Centers, opened Are on the of ficers. Kor half an hour the battle raged. Centers waa killed and Henry Ad.ims fatally wounded. A man mimed Tuckflt rei rived a dangeruua wound. It la reported one of the officer wet hot. OFFERED TO CHARLES. Throne of Norway Tenederad Son-ln-I La of King Edward. Ixiiulon, July 12. The Aasolated Press I In a position to confirm the report that nn offer of the Norwegian throne hi been mile tj King Ed ward's aon-ln-l.iw. I'rlnt e Charles of Denmnrk. The matter I still under consideration. It Is understood ht King Edward and the Hiltlsh govern ment are favorable to the (.rojert, but much dcentls upon King Os. ur atti tude on the eubjeot; consult.i'ion are now going on. Prince Charle' mother waa a daughter of the late king of Sweden. Paris, July II. Former roretgn MlnUter Delcaaae, In the course of aa Interview publlahed by the OauJota poo liritlsu an4 r reach naval ameni ties at Ureal, waa laduoed to diacus bU generaj policy relative to Ureal Britain and Uermany. It aald: "The policy of nation nowaday I not baaed on eeoUaneat or antipathy, but upon their material Inleeeela. Ao be tween Uermaey and Oreat Britain out commerce anew a where our Interest II. Great It rl tain la our beat pur chaser, while OerTDMi 'buy almost nothing of ua and trie to aell u ail aha can. kloreover, it I evident that we could not leave open Irritating con troveretea with Ureal Britain which might precipitate aa armed atruggle. for Ureat liritain hold Indliputably tb empire of the aeaa. For every warship we build, ah builds four or five. it. therefore, la well to accept these manifest facta and conalder the value which lirltlah co-operation would give u In certain event ualltlea. 7 - CTTaKKX OV m MOBixma The greut Intrinsic value of such co operation would be the virtual Itnfos slhlllty 111 whlih It would plm tier many of inaklnlg war Uhii u " M. Ivlcasxe waa uke If he tmisld ered menii. In connection with Mo rocco a l-lng serl'Hia lie replied: MN"t at !!. In i:if of w.ir tire.it lirltiiln would le surely with us aii ilimt :i-rnuiny, un I then wh.it would the lllf.lllt tlet-t of I iertn.iliy lllll'-UIlt to? Wli.it uiMild l.eii.tt;1. i.f h r poti. of her c iitiHiieri of ln'r iiii-ri h.tiil inn rine? t would in.' in u i . ti 1 1 1 1 1 itlon. Tl.at Is the re:il elcnin.' nn e ,.f the pn eent ri limine of l. ltn of the !it lih and h'rvin h squadrons. An under htiindtng In-twtH'n tloi.e two powers und cnnlltloti of their tiuvl.-K woul ' (rente u n.ix.il war in:u hlne .i p,.u -crful that neither i-rtnuiiy nor nny other power would risk coiiidusloti upon the e;i It I the sea whli h It tiiiesiviiy to 1 1 i i . it i i fi I to-diy and the war In the fir eat ha imu lunlvely eemonstrale.1 th!" WON VICTORY. Pretender Escapsd, Leaving One Hun dr dand Eighty Dad. Tangier, Mornra o. July 12. Mo hammed Ftl Torres, representative of the sultan here for foreign affilra. has rerelvwd Information to the effeet that Imperial fuicee have won a victory over the Moorish nretender near L'lada in the northeast of Mornoro. The pretender encapevt. leaving HO men dead. The sulatn' troops rap tured many prisoners. PARADE OF ELKS. It Was One of the Finest In the His tory of the Order. Buffalo. July 12. Undaunted by threatening skies and occasional downpour of rain the S0.000 Kike at tending the nineteenth annuul reunion and double that number of their friend and .visitor early began to make preparations for the grand pa rade of marrtilnlg clubs scheduled fur Wednesday. The police had stret, hej wire line son both curbe along the lino of march on the street to be closed to traffic while the parade Waa passing Oreat plan had been mad U make the parade memorable la the history of 3g lvm. Many Individual lodge had spent aa high as tiOvO for their cos tumes and outfits for the occasion, each bent on the honor of rapturlni the prises offered by the local lodge making the best showing. j The Influg of deiegstlona from neeJ by town and citle continue.) eaf Wednesday morning, and an hour f fore the ;wra.1 was s. hslule.J I. .rt hoeta began to take their position, of vantage along the lines of march The procession was on of the . na"et ever vtltneased and was greeted with cheer and the waving of handker chtfa and hats. To the Inspiring mu sic of tha various bands the member marched with stately tre L while the gorgeous costume w- '"'l delight ef the multitude otulli Una . -d, Mrt. llacDi e m e et e e e e e e e e e e "6ccd ciD m:zm nzr IS HERE REMEMBER IF YOU A RE HOT, WE HA VE THE REM EDY TO KEEP YOU COOL a AtZ Dirtctioru on Ukt imidt cottr WE DO THE REST! e e a e DSYAN ICE, STC2A6Ei5 COAL CCiuPANY :nnnuulnnln:nnnnj:i Stevenson Machine northern pirt ol Brytn & Repair Works 'PHONE US WRITE US Strong... Hammocks Every Hainmock: In our new stock is efron and well made, and will stand hard usa. They are fancy and attractive-liM.ktn a will, and present a fine appearance. What I more pleasant than a (rood Hammock In a cool, shady place, lu "thia good old summer time?" B. J. JENKINS BUCHANAN'S BILL OF FARE Wc arc all times prepared to serve the trade with a full line of the tcst market products, such as ni-nr PORK MUTTON BLTTKR KCG3 VEAL. SAUSAGE, Fresh and Smoked HAMS, Raw and Boiled LARD VEGETABLES, in Season And everything ohtainaMe at this market The best, the quickest Service Phone 282 S. W. BUCHANAN How is that for a Good Job? riald of a shirt laundered in our finished fashion. The ver dict of smart dresser anions; men Is that w know how to wash, starch and iron ahlrts, collar and ru!T to please particular people and that we act Id keeping with our Infor mation. I'ostal Print: our wagon to your door. Thone If you re lu a hurry. Bryan Steam Laundry tsv