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fiDocimtiit Eleventh Year. No 36. Bryan, Texas, Thursday Morning, January 18, 1906. Price 5 Cents FOR BREAKFAST Drink Good Coffee Fresh Roasted Coffee. Old-Fashioned and Self-Rising Buckwheat Pan Kake Flour. Georgia Cane Syrup. Batavia Maple Syrup in quarts, half gallon and gallon cans. Nothing Better. Pettijohn Breakfast Food. Puffed Rice CROCKED RETURNED. Chinas Will Not B Dporta" Pend ing Appeal to Highar Court. ! . rWI-ro. jar,. 17. -A '"r"m U.aJ of itl Kwifh SVnaW I SOW rmrlvJ from !.! rtary !' lf ' th diarini-nt ha ordrr-.l that 1.11 t Ihiof KlW'tltiTr, W.ih N flil "I'l Yok. on b-mid Hi Coptl ! on thrlr way to China via Honolulu. b trnnxf' rrt m( H.mioIuIu Sh4 itiurnH to Han l-1aiicl . ' ! Batavia Breakfast Food. Cracked Wheat Full assortment of Ralston's Cereals. Don't forget to order a sack of Albatros Flour HOWELL BROS. Sellers of Batavia CanneoGoods Postoffice Drugstore PURE DRUGS DRUGGIST SUNDRIES STATIONERY, BOOKS, PERIODICALS, CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND FIXE Candies POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE I'Hont: 196 rilON'E 196 1 .- ;4 IIRDKFKATS DOUMKlt 1: y - c Ms t'asrrsrjr t Take JfS laaa Ooe Hallet. lbre ISrlT Oily T ef the laadt. at Ttr4 ler. v s' ''c'-x-' .1 ?r . i TtCTOa H. MKTCAir. held In cwhUhIv of tli tmnMp . mr. any, prmllii; a'-al of ircrellii- In tin- t'nlld Slut'-, circuit court of ap peal TIk-im- (1iIii-- it lilid out of th tl. y th Iim-iiI Chin--" bureau on n oritur of d'irtutlori aft r tin- bureau had r-vn dvtwd thai an a.ral had ln allow"! by l'iili-d 8tala DUtrtrt Jucijci. IvMivmi. U Wah and III Tok cUlm t ! iihiIv AmrUna and Ns Sht I. 1.1 "ah wife and drtiiand'-d adiiilltani a u U. LARGE SHORTAGE. Dafieit af Savanty Eight Thou. and Dollar In Kant Traa.ury, TorM-k.i. Kan. Jan 17 A rrMrt of an rxairin.ttloti of th Kaiaa !( trraaury l an Xrt af-muntant an flvn out by ;ovrnor Iltx-h hoa 1 hortaff of -oa to $.0O0. Th r port corerd the tfrm of P. K, Grlin. and the prarnt trraurer. T. T. Kelley Tail. Jan. if Th national a.am bly a?t at 1 o'clnrk Wdn.Uy aft-r-noon In th rner hall of the royal palai. at raHI- for th. elfrtlin of a pr.M.I-nt of th- rvpublb'. The ax ambly rtmnliii, nominally of HI dp- utl and J'0 aaator. but owing to dfatb. Ilinraa and tho paaaaRe of oma dputli-a to th aiiatft, leaving a'ati vai ajil. the number pr'nant decraad to aaout I. tnakltig ISO vote. n-. aarv In -e-t the new president. The fr-ari liitereat niiil(-tl In tlx prx 'linn. 5trinbera of the emhly voted In a!)it. Ural ordrr. Tlioae waiting their turn dlruMd virltedly tb pro.perta of trtlr favorite. Although aeveral can didate wre mentioned In aucre.aluti to M I.'iuhet. In. ludlng M Kaltlerlea. freJlHnt of th- a.-tiate; M IKumr. preeldefit of the chamber of dxputle; M. Srtl-n. fnrinr mlnlatT of Jutle. and it- tyon lourgou, former pre mier, the real content a betwn KalUl-rlm and Ium-r. M Kallierle4 had the general aupport of Advanced Hm la!Ut and Radical groupa, conatt tutlng the fainou party which suataln el Ounbea. M. poum.r. however. u a formidable opponent, whoae election to the preeldenrjr of the chamber of dputl-a la.t year, after breaking away from hi former connection with the famoua party pr.vloualy referred to gave the flr.t blow to M. Combea. Lib eral Kepubllran. balonglnc to the Cen ter and Conaervatlve. ho then otd for M Dmimr, atlll aeenied Inclined to continue their all.glance. Accord ing to the lobby of lb goaalp there did not aeem to bo any likelihood on thla occa.lon of aurprlae In th ahape of a candidal appearing at the Uat moment F .4 , t I n all t.lana nmtm a. waa Accountant Morrl In hla reKrt wv-t lil . M mm w urn nir r -. v ..LIKE THE FLOWERS OF SUMMER TIME... auperlor laundry work al waye call forth aincere aJ mlratloD. Now ttiat Natco dona her new dreaa, tlio tluio liaa arrlred for ever aelf reapectintc KentlatuAi to bloaaotn out In apparel la keeping with the aeaaon. So aeud your uicaat ahlrta, awelleat vt and farorite collars and cofTa to the HKYAN STKAM LAfX DUV. V. will do tliatn'tip to the moat tnarlouBytin of gentility and thorouirh tat-iafactloii. THE BRYAN STEAM LAUNDRY era all the tranaactlona made by the atat treaaurer from Jan. 1. last, to June 30. los. Including the two full terma of former Htate Treaaurer Frank Orlmea and one term and alx month ef the adinlnlittrntlon of Thor.t.va T Kelley. the preeent atat treaa.iu. The larger lrt of the ahortuge a p feear In the account of the office during the Crime, admlnlatratlon. of the total of ITt.OoO. StO.000 la due to mlenlng coupons from bond owncl by the atute im hxl fund and IM.Oofl l due to the I. ma of Intereitt on warrant laaued by the territory of Oklahoma to the atate of Kan.ua r"ormer State Treaaurer f;rlme!i ah-olut-ly denl-a any reaMnalllllty for the ehortuge In Oklahoma warrant In tereat and aaya he la able to account aatlafactorlly fur all the bond coumii ahortagea eiccnt Mr. flrlmt-t atatea that he In willing to make goo-i any ahortjge h- la re.Mineible fur In hla statement Mr. tirlmea put the re aponaltilllty for a number of aerloua deaa repum on C. It ltl hey. chl-f i cl-rk Fire Accident INSURANCE Hate Class. Bonds I desire to thank my patrons and friends for the substantial confidence displayed in me during the past year, and respectfully ask a continuance of patronage, assuring all that the efficiency of this agency will be maintained at the highest point possible. Nothing but Reliable and Strong Companies Represented I agat at Bryta for Ik. Oliver Typewriter, th only ta iiri ftilbl writing machine. With best wishes for a joyful and prosperous New Year, I am, Respectfully. GEO. A. ADAMS Office in Parker building. Telephones 265 & 47 FIRST TRAIN STARTS. Known a th Maico-St. Loui Special and Sch.dul Sixty Hour. St. Lout. J in. 17 The flrat through train from St Iiula to the City of M-ilco. known aa the Mexlt-o-Ht. Ixiul. apeclal, dar?ed from the union atn tlon at I o'clock Tuea.lay morning on a achedule of elity hour, which cut. down prevlou. running time b-tween Ht. LnuU and the City of Mexico thirty four hour. The line over whlh the train run are: St Iiui. Iron Mountain anil Southern. Teaa and Pacific, Interna tional and Orent Northern and the National line, of Mexico. The train will depart fri.n St. Louta every Tues day and rtda morning, reaching the City of Mexico Thursday and Hund.iy evening at fl:l). and departing frmn Cty of Mexico every Tuesday and Sat urditf morning nt 7:1... arriving 11 1 Ht Ixiul at p m., Thiirdav and Man days. A number of nffi. la!, repreaeiit In the Iron Mountain and Nttlonal lln of Mexico ere present when thr train dep.rtd elected president oti the aecond ballot, aecurtng an unexpected majority over tho then favorite, th late M. Ferry. A double ballot alao occurred when the late Ketlx r'aure df-ated M. Brl.aon. former premier. f'alllerle, waa ele, ted. Kalllerl-:. 44t: lK)umr, J71. PUBLICLY DISMISSED. Mldeiipmn Sevr All Cennctin Wth Naval Academy. Annapolis. Md. an. 17. At noon Wednesday, when the naval brigades of midshipmen pur.1l for regular dinner formation. Midshipman P-ter-on rtarto Maxonl of PenaacoU and V. V. KoatT of .New Albany. Ind . flrt rlaaamen, and Tretimor Coffin. Jr.. of the third class, were publicly dismlsn ed from the fnlted Htatea navy for haalng pl-b. or fourth claaameii. The order of the secretary of the navy waa a short one and In each case addreed personally to the midshipman directit concerned. The trial of Midshipman Minor Meri wether. Jr. on a charge of basing, was resumed Wedneaday. A long time waa occupied In verification of the large record of Tucaday'e proceedlnga. Mld ablpman Meriwether continued his de fense 011 charge of hating. A number of member of th fourth claa teett fled that Mrl ether treated them with conatderatlon; that he acte.1 towards them In a friendly and good natured manner. It waa made clear by the line adopted by the defense that Meriweth er 1 anxtou to relievo hla nam from th opproblum of cruelty. CONFERENCE OPENS. Duk f Almodovar Was Unanimou.'y El.ct.d Prsid.nt. Algelras. Spain. Jan K. Th del egate to the MoriK-i .ir ronftTeiii e as sembled here Tuesday. The Iuke of Almolo-ar. th" SpanNh foreign minis ter, delivered the speech of welcome. It waa noticed that the French aud rtrltlsh ilelrgatlona ilroe to th con. ler-nce together lierr von icaoownrx, cnier or inj Oerman mission. proiHised the Duke of j Aimouovar as preKieni or me c'nier ence, and the other countries r'pre ented. incliiillrg the Fulled States seconded the propi:.in lie w.i unanimously elected CLOSE UNTIL SATURDAY. Number of Other Establishment t B Shut Up During Fuor. Chicago. Jan. 17. Out of reepect to th memory of th late Marshall Field, th Field wholeeal and retail atab llshments In Chicago have chased and wll remain shut up until Haturd.iy. All storea on State atreet. Chlcngo'a great est retail atreet. and probably large estahllshm-nte elsewhere In the busi ness district will be closed for two hour on Fit lay. The director of the field mus-uin of natural history have ordered th Institutions closed all day Friday. Attarheg of the mu.'euiii will wear badges of mourning for thirty day Taken t Chicago. New Tork. Jan. 17. A special train tearing th body of Marshall Fl-ld to Chlcwgo left over the New York Central at It o'clock Wednesday morning. It constat of five cars a baggage aar. two aleepera. a dining car and observa tion car Member of the family w.e n board. Advanced One Point. New Tork. Jan. 17 Cotton market declined 1 point at opening Wednesday and then ad vane -d t ootnt. Haa Another Position. Austin. Jan. 17. Mag It. Pl kler. for the past year stenographer In the er vie of the state department, ha re algned to accept the position of ethn ographer and private eecretary to Judg N. A. Stedintui. general attorney of the International and Oreat Northern rail way, who haa removed to Austin. Harry BL-kUr of Austin aucceed Mat Hick ler In th atat department GRAND OPERA HOUSE W K DNKH DAYi JAXUAHY I7th, 1 AROUND THE WORLD in 00 MINUTES ! A GRAND EXCURSION! THE CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME A IIOUDE OF KNOWLEDGE! Thla wonderful opnort unif y cornea In th way of a Grand Illue trated lecture Entertainment, conaiatlnif of 8O-CH0ICEST PANORAMIC VIEWS-80 Accompanied by an Intenaely Intereatln; Decrl.tlou of Each. Tho Tlawa will ba illuminated by Powerful Condanaed Libt. Mauy of tha views are haud-painted with audi depth and brilliancy that they will appear aa il a huge window had opened and that Nature itself is being viewed initead of a picture. A luxury for all. THE PASSION PLAY 'Don't miss this opportunity of a lifetime of seeing the Greatest of all Hubllme Traced lee, the Masterpiece of all earthly and Divine subjects. Portraying with lite-like vivtdne the scenes and In rldeuts la the life of the Redeemer, from HI birth to His ascensloa. Prices of Admission 25 and 35c: Children 15c. DWG QVALITV... Q The dawn of the New Year finds us with all our old customers and many new ones. Each rear demon strates by the increase in our trade that oar drugs are quality drugs. If it was not so our trade would not increase so. If we did not furnish pure drugs we could not count so many new customers. We are going to give you such pure drugs and in creasing good service the coming year, that will merit all your trade. E. J. JEfiKUHS Stevenson Machine & Repair Works Office and Works in the northern part ef Bryan 'PHONE cs WRITE t'S THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BRYAN, TEXAS. . The oUest Nations Dank from Hou.tcd to Dallas. The strongest National Hank from Houston to Cor.icani. DEPOSITORY FOR THE CITY OF BRYAN AND 8RAZ0S COUNTY. Capital . . . $100,000.00 Surplus Undivided Profits Deposits . 20,000.00 25,000.00 550,000.00 1 Wtt trolirlL Llutilnot. Wo aro prupnriul to nur'o our patrons at-ooptal'.. J. W. HOWEI-L, fKEsiDK.vr H. O. BOATWRIGHT QfY M. BRYAN VlCE-1'RESIDKXT VCK-1'BIl.IIKT L. L. McINNIS, Cashier K. M. LAW, Am't Cashier OUR STRONG POINTS Large Stock Pure Drugs Careful Service Prompt Attention Three Registered Pharmacists New Goods Received Dally Close Prices on Jobbing Orders TKLF.FHOXE 'Q-2 KINGS. A Happy Now Yoar to All I TUG UBADINU URUQOlT.