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1 j Eleventh Year. No 95 Bryan, Texas, Wednesday Alornlng, March 2S, 1906. Price 5 Cents 1 1 Albafros Flour FROM MISSOURI eieindTea ESPECIALLY BLENDED FOR ICE TEA COFFEE, ROASTED THE DAY YOU ORDER IT Howell Brothers Sellers 0! Batavia Brand Goods. First Blationa Oan Bryan, Texas. mm p0 NOT Kt it remain long in the safe. Ordinary safes and strong botes are all very well in their way, but they are not safe places for currency and valuable papers any length of time. Safes and contents may be destroyed by fire or rifled by burglars. Deposit your money and valuable papers with us. Our safes and wults arc fire-proof and burglar-proof. Open an account with us NOW. Capital - - - $100,000.00 Surplus - 25,000.00 Undivided Profits net - 15,000.00 Deposits - - - 450,000.00 J.W. HOWELL, President. II. 0. BOATWRIGHT, Vice Fris. GUV M. BRYAN, Jr., Vice Trenail L L McIXMS. Cashier. F. M. LAW, Assistant Cashier. OUR STRONG POINTS Large Stock Pure Drugs Careful Service Prompt Attention Three Registered Pharmacists New Goods Received Daily Close Prices on Jobbing Orders TELKPHONK 45-12 RINGS. TUB UBADtNQ UIUQQIBT, Uli FillFJIEX RliaXS ARE ISSCED hYriM-s of 1 1.- !i-' U'riil" (. Mi ir lu'. FLKK FiiOM FLAMKS ll.rc- hundred f cif 1 !. I - 'j I i-l: ;i. r n I 'lire i;i tJ.f tfiiinl inj ai ,t:,e Time, lint Alt 11 fit! r I i.e r I. scape. ( New York, IZmvU 27 Kuur r. re men ftTlntiiil end nlf) :t u more of flr'i!;rh aud citizens were injured Monday in a fir accompanied by a writ of ex plosions that clt moIUhed a lx story factory building at IJedford end Down ing streets. The damaee I climated at from I30n,0oo to I.o,mi,i. The fire was dec lared by ChW f Croker to be due to the explosion, whli h shattered the building and cruched the blase beneath tons of debris at the mo ment when the riamei were com pletely beyond control and threaten ing to sweep the entire block. Three hundred m-n and women were In the factory building during the mnrh hour wh.n an explosion oecur T!.e (all Ff-r l!i- ArrtM rf Three lu uratio' JKIIOMK IS IJKTICKXT JlatKr l:.irpd to He Ihe Outcome of (.rami Jury ;t t : on In Uv Kurd lit ( ontribtilii ; ( am palgo luul. Ne Vork. March 27. Warrant s fr the arnnt of three prominent lif in surant., off.dals were obtained by District Attorney Jerome Tuesday from Magistrate Moss of the tombs rourt It waa Bali that at the tlruo the warrant were Indued the aien named la them were In the criminal court building and their attorneys at the same hour In the superior court arranging for wwlts of habeas corpus In connection with the proceedings. After he Usued the warrants Mctrirt Attorney Jerome declined to say for whora th.y had been ihsued. Hi action In asking for warrants Is bi ll, ved to be the outgrowth of th r Why Suffer with Cold or Headache when... lirscascgtreiQuhi EC red on the tinner floors and almmt sharp (llKciinalon between Jude O'Snl. Instantly the whole structure was en-;,lv8n "f ,n" "urt of general sessions eloiierj la flames. Sjiiio had time to n1 hlmelf last we.-k over the qu s rearh the strevt by the stairs, but the ,lon " wh. th r officers of Insur greater number were compelled to fak Mnro 'mpiilea could be proseeuteil greater numler wre roigpelled to take f"r wnkinsr cotitri!)ii!ins to political refuge on the fire evaes. wher- they il"rtle. A f-w wks ago Mr. Jerome remained huddled together and Implnr- 'presented to the grand Jury certain Ing a.Utanr until the Are eugine. ' 'vldi n bearing on him h rontrlbu mrrlved. Uefore the fire ladder couli;l "n hih was brought out In the be run up policemen, firemen and rof-' !' -.I.itlve Insurance Investigation. unte.rs formed a human pyramid j ";iowtr. this the trnd Jury present against the front wall of the factory i ,n JudK" O'b'ulltvan a long series and in this way handed down to safety ot hypothetical questions as to wheth- ujiwaras or nty girls who were cling-1 un ur certain i In umistances. In Ing to fre em ape on the second ' uran?e offl lals committed larceny In floor. Others Jumped Into the life sar-1 making a present of contributions. Ing nets, or on piles of bedding has-' Several days later Mr. Jerome Inform tlly gathered nnd heaped on the side-1 "1 the grand Jury that the officers walks. Within ten minutes all the'''' tot guilty of larceny unless In- is guaranteed to cure in 24 hours or your money back Sold by EMMEL & MALONEY POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE E.J.JENKINS M. H. JAMES SMITH DRUG CO. occupants of the building had been taken out In safety and unhurt save for minor Injuries. Tour alarms were rung In rapid suc cession and several bunded policemen were rushed to the scene. DEATH BRIDEGROOM. Father Mortally Wound Daughter U Prevent Marriage and Suicide. Everett. Mass.. March 27. I-e. than three hnura before the time set for the wedding Mondy. Tansy K. Town send was shot and mortally wounded by her father. Joseph P. Townsend in their home In this city. Towruenii then ended hla life with a bullet. Miss Townsend was to have been married to Francis K. Vrry of Fort Myer. Kla.. at 6 o'clock Monday night ai ine reopie s Temple, Hoston. The tent to defraud was shown, and ex pressed the opinion that It was not shown In these cases. !.at week, however. Judge O'Sullivan notified the grand Jury to say whether or not there was th Intent to defraud shown by the Insurance men, and If the jury found out It was shorn n the crime of larceny would have been committed. CORTELYOU INFORMED. "Just Wait For Fact." Ws th An swer Given. Washington. Marth 27 Pontmaster General Cortelyou was informed of a report from New York that It was be lieved a warrant bad been Issued for bis arrest while attending a meeting of the cabinet. At the conclusion of th meeting he declined to discuss tb question, but said that If It were true lr rlu. tn th. miiM nf th I ltt warrant had been Issued he was a note written hr T,wnn- i. ! would go to New York at once. He dated Mond.iv i r...i- .: concluded by saying: "Just waft for 3:40 I have taken my daughter' life , the t " and my own I do this rather thar. I see her the wife of Francis Perry." I WHEELER HONORED. So far as is known Tf.mn...,H t,..i : ' nothing against Perry and the suo-, Grand Opera Hous at Atlanta Crowd- posltlun Is that Townsend mind was ! ed to Hear Addresses. unbalanced by reason of his love fori Atlanta. Mint) 27 Owing to lr,f:r" "MM the grand parade that - ' I-.. ... swi Hum urr, iiai , , , . , Townsend wa twenty-five year 0m i have preceded the memorial ex erci.se at tne Grand opera Douse in honor of the late General Joseph Wheeler had to be abandoned. The Grand opera house wa crowd ed. Governor Terrell Introduced th peaker. all of whora eulogized th brilliant departed soldier. They wer ei Congressman Maddox. a member of Wheeler cavalry: General Clement A. Evans, representing General Stephen P. Lee. rommandr of th United Con federate Veteran, who wa detained owing to 111 health: Corpora! Taaner. commander of the Grand Army of th Republic, and Major C. B. Miller, rep resenting the Spanish ar eterans association. Appropriate music wa alternated between the addresses. Tap were ounded and the audience dispersed. Fire Accident INSURANCE""' ULTIMATUM OF MINERS. It Call For Restoration of Seal of Three Year Ago. innianapoi:. March 27. At J:3i o'clock Monday afternoon the miner L. kv . . uirougn rresuient Mitchell and Vice President I-wl of the National Miner anion, and President Perry of the Illinois miner, presented their ulti matum to tre operator In th Joint acale committer of the Central com petitive district It wa a demand for the restoration of the 1903 scale which I an advance of 5.55 per cent over th present wage cale. The three official of the miner announced that the miner were united In tnls demand and had at no time consid ered the acceptance of any term lea favorable, nor would thev con- alder any. Operator asked until o'clock Tuesday morning to reply. uk waa granted. BROKEN SWITCH CAUSE. Paengr and Log Train Collide With Sertou Result. Carthage. Tel.. March 17. A pas enger iram on the Texa and Gulf railroad wa wrecked br a broken witch here. It collided with a o train and fifteen passenger were In jured, a wbit man named Dattle. another white man. name unknown, . . nn iiaywooa. colored, wive ratally Injured. District Judge R. B. Lrfvy wa among the Injured. STEAMER BURNS UP. Destruction of Plymouth Cause On Million Dollar Lose. Newport. R I.. March 27. While the Fall River line steamer Plymouth lay at ber dock at the north Dler of the freight sheds and hoisting appar atus, she caught lire and waa burned op. Isa fully fl.000.000. It hap pened this morning. LUCKY THIRTEEN. That Number of Pereone Escaped From a Burning Steamer. Newport. R. I.. March 27. During the destruction by fire early Tuesday morning of the Fall River line ateamer Plymouth and damage to shed and material, entailing about fl.00o.000 loss, thirteen caretaker, watchmen and firemen on board the boat escaped. At one time the entire repairing plant wa In great danger. The plant cov er several acre and includes a long wharf. Three steamers undergoing re pairs had their paint burned off. IRELAND AT ROME. American Archbishop Wae Given a Cordial Reception. Rome. March 27. Archbishop Ir- laad arrived here Tuesday from Paris and went to a hotel Later he visited the American college, where he wa moat cordially received by the rector. Mgr. Kennedy. The Archbishop then visited the ollege of the propaganda, where he wa warmly greeted by the prefect. Cardinal Gottl. He asked to be received la private audience br the pip. Fires occur when and where least expected, 4S wat exemplified in, the destruction of the magnificent Methodist Church. The need of sufficient fire insurance is forcibly brought to mind. If you have no insurance or what yon have is not sufficient, the ime to act IS NOW, for to morrow your home, building or business may be in ashes. The cost is not great and the trouble mine. A word will bring me to your door with my companies at your service. GEO. A. ADAMS Office in Parker building. Telephones 265 Si. 47 Agency Oliver Typewriter. Li Postoff ice Drugstore PURE DRUGS DRUGGIST SUNDRIES STATIONERY, BOOKS, PERIODICALS, CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND FINE Candies POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE . PHONE 196 - PHONE 196 LU" ' : - ,- - j ..R4i fr 15 01 rsswoKo.. Every article that comes into our store must know this coun tersign before it may find a place on our shelves. It is this persistent sticking to good dependable goods that has given us our name as the Qru.cxllt37- Store There are people who are our constant customers who have to pass other stores to reaeh ours. But the difference in the goods more than repays them for the extra trouble. If you are looking for drugs and toilet articles in which yon can place the utmost confidence, come here for them. fs fvfee sees . Im. IE. J J LI