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Aomin Tenth Year. No. ao8 Bryan, Texas, Sunday Morning;, No ember 19, 1905. Price 3 Cent Bugle S v FRUIT-CAKE INGREDIENTS riow Crop Best Quality London Layor Raisins, Seeded Raisins, Currants ' Smyrna Figs Cloae Citron Orange and Lemon Peel English Walnuts "'Almonds Filberts Drazil Nats Shelled Pecans Shelled Almonds White Seedless Raisins Imported Fruit Cake Sugar Albatros Flour LOWELL BROS kellere of Batarta fur 8plo OUR STRONG POINTS Large Stock Pure Drug Careful Service Prompt Attention Three Registered Pharmacists New Goods Received Daily Close Prices on Jobbing Orders TtlUlUMIONK ;0-12 HING. Tin; riiAiiNi iihi:k;ibt. TTJ'E have a large, fresh and well as VV sorted stock. Take no other there's none so good as Miss some of the sweet things in lue - -but don't miss the pleasures of a box of POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE Lighting of Fall Fires Frequently causes minor losses and sometimes disastrous ones. If you have no insurance, or what you have is not sufficient, get fixed before it's too late. I can serve you with little trouble and much gladness. Nothing but Reliable and Strong Companies Represented I in at Brr9 for the Ollf.r Typewriter, the ooly iiu dard r I I b I writing msrhlns. GEO. A. ADAMS Office in Parker building. Telephones 265 & 47 Over Five Hundred Are at Tret-em on Detailed Dutj. Over Five Hundred Are at Present on Detailed Duty. C03IM ENTOF CH A FFE K COMM ENTOF CIIAFFEK Says If This (ondltloa Prevails Id Tim of Peace, la War Militia Villi lie la Seriously Crip pled State. Waahtnfton, Nor. II. Th army I under-offlcercd." aaya Lieutenant Gen aral Chaff.-, chief of aUff. In hit annual report to tha secretary of war ha ears this condition exists for the army In peace and "In time of war It will U In a decidedly crippled condi tion.'' There ara SIT officer abs.nt an detailed duty. Oenaral Chaff- thinks provision ahould ba made to fill theaa vacancies caused by detail whtrh ara permanent In character. He says tha wisdom of tha creation f a feneral staff haa been abundantly demonstrated In the first, dlvlalon In addition to tha vast amount of other work, elaborate data haa been collect ed aa to the number of vessels procur able for us aa tram port at varlou ara port a and gulf coe.it a and the num ber of troops they can a emmo1.it'. camping and stora; facilities at prt railroad 1. -ad Inn thereto and sLIUiKh and rolllna; stock available Th secon.l division hue b-n entail ed In the rollertlon, r Ulf!.nt'on an I preparation of control for reaily rtfr I i-nce. I The third division. In addition to lf du'les a u permanent nrttiy cill r. review.-, during; the year the ln.i tlon.il system "f army eti.la, prob lem r l.itltiff to rotist dt f- nai-, tna ! r.lth eH lal reference to nrd of ar 1111. r y corps In relation to submarine li'f.'lis The c hl f of crdln.-mr four I It Ini I o-IM to ue the new irrndei rlfl . Put i-ipert. . the troops to l suppll. I In time for t.irget practice nt year. Nome chanae have been mad arid It has been tiereaaary to ul.etltut the V.tilfn bnypnet for th r"d bsvonet. It bna ben determined. pnir'P-r-'iy so, tbnt on error ia cotnmlttel i i the callln'r of the revolver waa re.luc. d from 4J to 31 for efficiency. The ef ficiency niMired by the rhana;1j mere ly a n-dui'tlon In the weight of the revolvi r. but now la found to hav been done nt a sacrifice of actual trll Ity of stopping power, and shock f f. ct. gay If TbU randitloa Prevail la Tim r Peace, la War Militia Villi Ha la Seriously Crip pled Mate. Waahlnfton. Nor. 11 The army la under-officered,' aaya Lieutenant Oen aral Chaffee, chief of ataff. In hi. annual report to tha secretary of war ha aaya thl condition exists for th army In peaca and "In tlma of war It will ba In a decidedly crippled condi tion.' Thera ara 817 officer ba'nt an detailed duty. Oeneral Chaffee thlnka provision ahould ba made to fill these vacancies caused by details which are permanent tn character. II says the wisdom of the creation cf a general staff haa been abundantly demonstrate! In the first division In addition to the vaat amount of other work, elaborate data has ben collet-ted as to the number of vessels procur able for use as transports at various seaports and gulf coasts and the num ber of troops they can acoornmod.if. camping and storage facilities at porta, railroad lea. ling thereto and aiding and rolllna stock available. The aer.sid dlvUlon hue been enfiii: ed In the ro!erton, claiolfb-ntion nil I preparation of control fur ready refer ence. The tblni dlvMon. In addltl n to f duties u a permanent army roll. reviewed durlnif the year the educa tional ayrtftn of army atudlen. proh lema rel itlrnr to conat lefene. mil I t r.lth special reference to needs of ar tillery mrp In relation to subinarin Ue'enae. The cMf of trdlnance founl It lin- .naelbln to Nue the new mod. rlfl . t'Ut exicte. th troops to be supplied In time for targ-rt pmctlce net yea . Home chinKe have b-en made and It has be-n necessary to substltut tbe knife bnyonet for the rod bayonet It hus been determined, pmctp-'l'v so. that on error was committed wi the caliber of the revolver was n-duc.-l from 43 to 3 for efficiency. The ef ficiency aneured by the rhans-e Is mr ly a reduction In th weljht of the revolver, but tl.U now Is found to hme been done nt a racrtflce of actual u'll Ity of stopping; power, and shuck ef fect . PERDICARIS SPOKE. Addrssaed sn Audience That Packed a Hall at Washington. Vah!ng;tin. Nov. H. rtefore (in audience that llfralfy parked Hub bard Memorial hall, men and wom.i telng; perch.. I on tables and book shelves, and lrofes.or WIIII.4 L. Moor-, president of the National ieofrraphlcal oclety, chnlrmnn of the meeting", bal anced on a book case. Ion Perdlcarl. v ho exprb-nc aa a raptlvo of Moor ish bandits came near resulting- In r -rlous Inti relational con, plications, ad dressed the ileog-raphlcal society Kil day night on tha subject of Morocco , In speaking- of th aultan of that country he compared him with the czar of the IluaMaa. aa anilnua to aee the people happy, but lacking the cour age of his conviction, tart and ability to make them so. Negroes have come to be an Important factor In the man- , agement of the government. h said. Mr. PrrdlcarU said the population of the country Is between 4.008. Ooo and 7 0.0OO people, despite the mlstaHen j mea among tmtnsts that the country la thinly populated. Every one who can lives out of sight from the -lain highways, ha declared. In order to es cape exactions of the official tax gatherers. PERDICARIS SPOKE. THOUSAND THANKS. President Palms Is Grateful For Me. aage of Sya athy. Havana. Nov. It. 1". .eply to a mea age of sympathy from the United Slates. President Palma cabled as fol lows: "A thoussnd thanks for the senti ment expressed In your cablegram. The Cuban people hnva not confounded the noble, moral, trustworthy help of the I'nlted States with the speculators who, under the rUlm of American rltl ten. consider themsHv-s authorised to carry Into effect, regarding Cuba what ever comes to their minds, whether J'l. or unjust, when Impelled by motlv cf elflahnraa and personal Interest. VESSELS COLLIDE. Addretsd an Audisnc That Packed a Hall at Washington. Washington. Nov. It. Pefore fin audience that literally packed Hub bard Memorial hall, men and womo lelng perch. ,1 on tables and book shelves, and Professor Willi l Moor, president of the National Geographical society, chairman of the meeting, bal anced on a bonk case. Ion Perdlrarl. whose exr'fb-nce as a captive of Moor, ish bandits came near resulting In -rlous International complications, nd d res ted the Geographical society tfar night on the subject of Morocco In speaking of the sultan of that country h compared him with "h' rtar of the Russia, as anxious to s th people happy, but lacking the cour age of hta convictions, tact and ability to make them so. Negroea have come to bs an Important factor In the man agement of the government, he said. Mr. Perdlcarls said the population of the oountry la between 4.000.000 and 7.009.000 people, desplt the mistaken Idea among tourlata that the country 1 thinly populated. Every one whe ran lives out of sight from the ialn highways, ha declared. In order to es cape exactions of the official tax gatherers. THOUSAND THANKS. Torpedoboat Went Dawn and Officer and Thirty-Two Seamen Mlaaing. Kiel Nor. It Torpedoboat "S IZl" cy.1II1.mI near Itu. Ik with a aninll crull er by the name of fndlne. The tor pedoboat sank and one officer and thirty-tso seamen are missing. Cauasd Eseitement. Odessa. Nor. 18. The recent event. at rrnnstadt and Vladlvoet.w k cau"I ccnalderablw eiiUement among llus- alan naval forces at Sebaatnpol. These however, are not very large. The total number of sailors does not ex.--d (000. President Palma Is Grateful For Mas sagea of Sympathy. Havana. Nov. 11. In reply ta a mes sage of sympathy from the United States, President Palma cabled as fal lows: "A thousand thanks for the senti ment expressed In your cablegram The Cuban people hava not oonfounde.l the noble, moral, trustworthy help of the United states with the speculators who. under 'he cMm of American rltl tan, consider themselves authorised t.' carry Into eect. regarding Cuba who ever come to their minds, whether Jim or unjust, when Impelled by motives of selfishness and personal Interest. Lastsd Eight Ssconds. "New Terk. Nor. it. Another earth qunre occurred In Ciilebrla at Montel eone and 11 j so. says a cable dispatch to the erald from Naples. It Uste,j about eight seconds The population wss panic stricken and many houes were damaged. To Build Masonie Temple. Tishomingo. Nov. II A handsome Masonic tempi I ta be erected her' Ancient Spanish Coin, Wagoner. 1. T, Nor. II. C. If. For rester haa a Spanish coin that bears Grand Opera House MONDAY NOV E. J. 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