Office at EoomI A Mifewof Dreg 8 tor
Calls answered promptly nlgbtbrdaT
OfSce 'phone 68- : 'phoue lo
a. l. noriDRiCK, a. d.
Offlce t Jamee' Drag Store.
SpecUI Attention Olveu
" ' DIimm of
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
, Residence 'Phone 201.
Their Sagacloue Intervention Hifhry
Algeclraa. March St. Ambassador
White end others of the American del
egation to tiie conference on Moroc
can reforms were showered with cow
pllmecti for what la rcerued aa their
eagacloua Intervention, which haa a-
aured a Solution of tha laat ramalntna
aenoua aimcuity or tno conference
and a final settlement of on of h
moat delicate and comDllcated aim.
tlons ever broucht before, tha an.
leren e for decision.
Austria's Dollre nrounaal haa UN
the German sod FrTO!- delea-ataa atlll
occupying totally opposing atusV
W C. FOUNTAIN
Crown and Briiire) work a snec
laity. Office up-sUirs over Burt
orwa s store
Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE
OVZR IIASWEUS BOOK 8T0RS
Real Estate Agent
. Office la Taliaferro building opposite
the Court House. JCTPhone 87.
Have Id office the only set of Ab
stract Rooks of Hraso County
One and one-third lots of
ground and good five room
house in good neighborhood,
two blocks from Main street.
ANDREW D. WHITS.
points relative to tha (Will-.
tlons. Mr. White, nwin. , a..
. a, ' I. . " "'
iwniroi, iook ute Inltlatlre
In an atteruot to ixttu ih.
He and his colleagues drew tip a fresh
ucme. putting down the propoeltieo
that the Icanax-tor shall riur .in,.L
taneoualy ta both th mil.. . ... .w.
diplomatic corpa at Tangier, the latter
uin amnonty to order to working
of the Franro-Spanlan police scheme
tbua guaranteeing tha .
- mi m
the conference decision and safeguard
Ing foreign Interests and commercial
iiBUBirnuQi. i na run
- - HIICI
adopted It provisionally, while await-
"a rrenrn governments ratifica
tion. Which the neleiriit.a A ... ......
... . ; ' - v wv umvi
i o accoraea.
W. T. Walker Shoots Grover Record
and r'es Smith and fpjcldea.
Dallae. March . Wfil ? w.ii...
f Ardmore about It o'clock Tueadar
-am anoi miss Myrtle 8mlth and her
escort. O rover Record, and th.n , j
hla pistol upon himself, blowing away
- ..u w uia nead and dyln In
a.2LT" "J" k. the
-yeast vuisjiiiiaT DOT F Ft .. St. i
IK. -a a 7 . una no oa
he left aide. He la not eipected to
Mlaa Bmltn auataJnaA a
wound 1 tha h. "
------ r v.. wuuoa aanng
Men received aa aha .
!lr been .hoT and
Xh. kui. . . .f v
vaa irwicai raraa nr ik. ot I.
railway about J00 yarda ea.t of the
at atwe w,Ul ,Cn,t
Record and Mlaa Bmiii. .
. , ---- wprw rain-
j-. iae iw uroands skaUag
ksalnd a f I h t UBpd 0111 from
, . . - - m lain nvenrq.
The latter fel with a cry of pain. The
.., avrvaiaea na ned. The man
Bred at her and a hnii ... i w
left hip. "
Walker came here from Ardmore.
He waa emnlorad hv tha i.- n.
w iwrniymree yeara old. Record.
Who la twantr-ana la a ..... i
Ho and Walkae ... K.t.
- MUUi 1I1CII UU
" "u naa onea Joked each
muvr .wui unr nturt .
Mlaa Smith aald that whit.
With Mr. Record, with whnm .k.
- . - MWM. .UV 1.1 U
w we stating rink. Walker appear-d
and aaked her to kt. iik ki ji,.
aeciiaod. but loft the floor, at bis re-
quest, to talk with him a few mluutea
r. Record apparently became Ira
patient at mr abseoca fmm th. ti.vp'
eae aald. "a ad came and called roe
DaCK. AS I left Mr. Walkar ha ..1.1-
'Well. I mar not ae vnu iin hut
you win see me. all right .
"When the nartr at tha ali.ti.. .iw
broke UD Mr. Hamrrl anrf t .t.t .
a .Ml t V'l
aome. Aa we ver naaaln ik.,.k
the railroad yards. Mr. Walker Jumped
rom nenind a box car and shot
at Mr. Rerord. Mr. Record fell and
I tusrted to run away. Aa I did ao be
flred at me. Mr. Walker didn't Bay
a iuidk Dcrore he Bred."
SENSATION BY HAWKINS.
Wants Committee Appointed to Look
Into Certain aMttera.
Anstlo. March tJ Just before the
senate adjourned at noon hour Wed
nesday oulto a aensatlon waa created
by 8enator Hawkins Introducing a res
olution providing for the appointment
of a committee of three members to
Investigate the relations existing be
tween certain state omciaia ana em-
nlnva. who a pa aaanrlatad aa itork-
holders In the Capital Rank ant1 Trust
lompaay or Austin ana report u euro
relatione of such officers are likely to
ha Hatrimantaf M tha nnhllA service.
This created a great atlr In the senate.
aa senator Itawklna la supporting tno
p..liitlr.n a.lil Ih.l tttl. .mlrlM fAK.
M.r.KI. nf . KanW ta U 1 1 v. In vahlrh
the state waa Interested several years
Kanatnr Itanaar waa onnoaad to the
reaolutlon. saying It . waa aa outrage
to boneat men, and too resolution
ahnulil ha votad doarn at nnea.
H.aimr rtavldana mail a an affort to
adjourn, but Senator Hanger aald this
resolution aoouia so aciea on at ouce.
Tbla caused a number of speeches to
The aanata adtaurnad until 10 a'rlnek
Thursday witbout taking any action on
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The Eagle has on sale the
following Le g ajl Blanks
Chattel MortairHs, ahort form
Chattel MortaifHS, l.iir
Heed of Trust
Itelea Pettil of Trut
Komi for Titl
Aureeuient t I-a
Vendor Llfii Notes
Hill of Sale
Transfer Vendor IJkii Note
Other Dlanks will be ad
ded at an early date
New Rulee Adopted By National Base.
Cincinnati. March 2S. The National
baseball commission adopted new rules
in regard to cluba "coverloa- on" nlav
era. Punishment for offenders was
fixed aa follower For the nrst offen.a
or a major league club, a One of i,000;
Class A, 1751; Class B. f50; CUas C.
$350; Claaa D. $200.
A repetition of the offense shall
carry with It suspension from pro
tectlon of the national agreement for
a period of six months, players of
clubs incurring thl r...i..
rree rrom reservation until reinstate
ment takea place. The commiaslon
also decided that no national agree
ment player could assume the manage
ment of any national agreement club
even If only to direct play from the
bench, without Hrat securing release
from the club having Mm under reservation.
No Nearo An Agreement Than At the
Indianapolis. March IS. The Joint
acale committee of the bituminous
operators of Illinois. Indiana and Ohio
and western Pennsylvania Tuesday re
ported a disagreement to the Joint
conference of the central competitive
district, and after a
nours ine conference adjourned.
The dlacusalons and argumenta pre
aented during the afternoon by the
representatives of the miners and op
eratora showed no change whatever
in situation and established the fact
that ao far as Indications ran deter
mine the opposing side ara no .
a wage agreement than they were
wuu me nrsi conrerence was held
The present wage scale will expire
TOOK WIDE RANGE.
BLOODSHED AND DEATH.
I Social at a Methodist Church Haa a
Rluefleld. W. Va.. March 28. Blood
ahed and death waa the ending of a
social at the Methodlit Episcopal
rnurcn at Coal.Iale near here Tuna
day night. The tragedy grew out of
bitter feejlng between the two fac
tions striving for dominance of the
church. llenlamln Ta nplln waa In
stantly killed, while hla wife, whose
head waa partly torn away by a gun
shot, can not recover. Mra. R. U. Har
per was wounded In the aide and Hen
ry -aninn waa shot In a leg. Two un
known men who fled after the fight
were also sIlRhtly wounded.
Negro's Body Found.
HllRhea Snrlnif. Tpi.. March "S
1 A n isro. Andrew J. Owen, was found
aea.i aiK)iit two miles south of this
place. All Indhations showed that
he had been dead uhout ten days o
more. This nero was taken out an.i
whlppod aomr. time sco and he had not
been seen Klnre the whipping until
hla body was found.
Watihlnctcn. March IS. National
Rank Kr-unlner l.osin has been ap
pointed rei i iv r of the First National
Hank at Went. Tex., which c!os. J Its
Criminal Assault Charged.
Paris. Tex.. March 23. M Jordan
a negro, waa lodged in Jail on a charge
of statutory criminal aaau!t.
Indian notice have been racallad
from Sapulpa. I. T.. where they went
to remove Intruders from town lots.
Several Witneoseo Eiamined As to
Austin. March 21 Special commit
tee to Inquire Into erroneous enro'!
ment of section 120 of the Terrell elec
tion law beard several witnesses Tues
day. The testimony took a wide can.
Mr. Robleon. the enrolllnc clerk of
tne bouae. teetlfled that ho had no
recolectlon of bavin rralva1 In. .......
tlons from Mr. Love aa t kn ... .....
120 should be enrolled. Upon the other
uauu air. uoy tells In detail of giv
ing Inatructlona and va h.
uisiaaea anont it
Some of the aueatlnna aaWaH h. k.
committee Indicated that they were
IB.UUB various tneonea aa in kn. k.
error maj have occurred.
Once Uey aaked Mr. RobUoa If It
wasnt possible that the section had
been enrolled accordln tn th ......
amendment before the free conference
com nm 1 ee reported. Mr. Robleon saiu
11 was not.
Then It was suaceated tn tha
mitt that two conference.
report bSk been made and that one
01 men waa arterward withdrawn.
Mra. Robleon. who aaalatnd In anmll
meat or Dill. Messrs. Holton. Haw
kins and Lewla. who were anr.a .r
tor the adjournment of tha i.rui.t.,r.
to re read proof on the bill and make
correction or tbe section nun.bera
Representative Ive of fiaiiaa tim...
of Karnes and Cars well of Panola, and
spesKer Heabury were examined.
Fifth Negro Prlaoner Received Buma
of Critical Character.
Corslcana. March 28. The Jail on
the poor farm of Navarro county was
set on fre and four prisoners birned
to death. The dead are John Wil
liams. Dill Rutherford. Ed Bruner and
Charles Blackburn. Arthur Williams
war, so Ladly burssd bis recovery Is
0:xibtfuL It Is alleged that one of
the men who perished set the struc
ture on fire hooln tn
the guards discovered the Are It was
too late to save the four who perlahed.
CONNELL OWNS UP.
Several Hundred Men Threatened to
Hang the Clergyman.
I -a Junta. Colo., March 28. Rev. W.
G. Ccr.. ell. former paator of the Pres-
byterlun church at Lamar, who is held
for trial on a charge of Immoral con
duct, was safely lodged In Jail here
Tuesday after having been hastily re
moved from Lamar to prevent a lynch
Inc. Connell left lamir hni-pi.i
two weeks ago. He wan orr.i.
Waxahachle. Tex., and was brought
oaca 10 umar llieaday. Several hun.
dred men thronged the streets threat
ening to hanit the minister fin h.
Ing arraigned In court Connell waived
examination, acknowledging bU guilt.
Later under heavy a-uard h waa r..
moved In a wagon to Las Animus.
where he was placed on Imnrd a train
and brought to this place.
Partial List of Losses by the Disas
Johnstown. Pa.. March (.Revised
ostlmates place Are losses of the con
flagrstlon of early Wedneaday morn
ing at about f S00.000. Among ths larg
est loaaea ware tha follo-vtnav
Swank Hardwara romDanv. bulldlnc.
ove-atory brick and stone structure,
Pfahap A fn arhnlaala llntinr
three-story brick and stone building.
Wild building, three-story
tructura Illi) Olio
L. A. Gelse, building, four-story brick
I A. RelH. residence. 370.000.
Ifanitarann Iftirnlf lira mmninr flva
storr brick, loas on building. 135.000;
on siock, ttu.uuu.
Bernard Nees Hardware company,
stock !4'.oo.). In Wild bulldina.
Johnstown Dally News PublUhlna;
company, in Wild building. $:5.ihh
There is No Doubt About It.
H. & T.G. R. R
DR. C. F. ANDREWS
Phftklatt and Surgton.
Special attention diseases children.
OrKICK JENKINS' PRfC. STOHR
Residence Telephone lrt.
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T. R. BATTE
Attorney at Law
Notary Puollo la Offlc.
Office Up-ttairs Rohde Building.
Joe H. Reed reeidence.
Krick atore on Maio street.
Joe Oroidnsky residence.
i.. rora roriner residence,
ientrr nronertr back of Kr. hi.t.l
Vacant lota and buildlnz sites In
Hi a . "
uiuerent parts or town.
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Guthrie. March 2S fianlel Veii
a prominent farmer of Ston inxn!
ship. Woods county, killed hlmnei. by
nriiiKing aconite. Showing his ali
en emiify bottle, he told her ha h,
taken the contents of It, She sum
moned a phv! Ian, but help arrived
Former Baseball Player Killed,
n Paso. March 28 Iuls Orlmm.
former well known baehll nl
was killed by a live electric wire at
Austin. March 28. Austin club nice
ly entertained Informally members of
tbe legislature Tuesday night.
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