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a V our Easter Clothes should be selected with the greatest U care. A pretty pattern does not always mean a well tailored garment You can't make a mistake in buying them here. We Never Cross the Quality Line If V I ; ft y"' m LOCALS Nw uprlutc milUirjr t Mrt. I'roc- tor. f 11 Mr. II. C. K'Mnon U vUttiii iu Auktln. CUfl A. Adm Mt SumUy Forte. 11 bolt n-w d..ttl Sl t N'T wood.. 1!0 1. S. (iri'Kn of U-rim w tn tt. city SuuUy. WalUco lvvrly litd Nt ot iSuudy. D. . DyU "f Mumford w in th city yetrrdy. C1. A. Hill w I)t. from Well born ytterdy. Our Iioui I'lac 'r ! or rn.t. Geo. A. Adatni. l" Oorg WlUUmi of IUrv-y wm In towo yetrdy. A, A. Farley U t '" ftr North Tum trip. Mita Lilian Frk lft y-fMy to visit in NmoU. Mia NettU Folk of Wlion It fli itinic MImm rrnll. Yon can Kt any atyU tat y;u want at Norwood . HO Mr. Tom Prw aud u of KJk' wr in th city ytrdy. MU NodI Adam rturud SSun day aftr a llt iu Dalla. II. M. (Jordon lft for a bulni trip to Houton yterday. 10 bolt of nw China ilk, all color. a7tc at NrwoMl llo K. R. IJoyd and C.W. Lloyd w-r f:r from Kurtn y-trday. 8. F. Harlan of ti Walkr neltth borl ood wm In tl city yetrday. Frih tomato. quah. wt rn r. tc at Unwell Br Ii C. .M.Srann wa ber from Nava t ye.terday on Wal bu.lne. . ' . t tyr y. r 1 : xV f)r. A. L. Mondnck and Cha.Ve- J "s " . L lirlln Hnndir. ' miroTij i.h-vi - M inch fancy Bedford cord pr yardTSc. Wagner A Brandon. HO Ml Deollc and Mar Butler Hickman retorn.d to Hearn 8un. day. Jut received 18 nd -JO button Uojrtb Glac whit kid gloe. VllonEdgr. 1W J 8. Francl of Tabor wa In th city ye.trday. Mr. Francl i re torratlBK after an I11bm. II ' Wfini vii elert your Uc- out of our t"ck you k ff" nrt Imported deli. We have pretty (ierman i;,ci u Ui-. match attern at 5 J-.. 10c ttryard. VII.d4 K4tf'. ( Ml. Mi tn,i- Hell of tt.U city clt-d her cfiM t tti Parker tchool !x in s.tur.Uy after a highly uocful trriii. For K-nt r forSaU on Kay Term Four-room hui. cloe In. newly lali.t-d 'i l ired. J-" W. Hi.'-a. 1!0 Mrri. ll''tie ije been iud t Lent my Kro-iku anil Battle Mn- drou. Alfrel Uwi. an I li-ri Brown. Fr-!) trwbrrle orange " Banana at Foui.taiu Co. Hai-l Smith, who joined 1. 1 wife ona ri.ito l.er renn.Mr.anl Mr. Sam F.Tf. returned t Auttin ye terday. 40 inch black crepe de cher.e, a regular valui ur price prr jard$lot. Wauer A.Brandon. 110 Mr. N. I. Manville returr.e ) to Manor yterdar after a rUit to Mr. and Mr. Our Bittl You !ionld fee our line of ladle Upper, all tyU aud kind, U K) to 3 GO. Nor woo J. Hi) W. . Franklin andUa Uobertrn wrr here from Crot. Grime cuu ty, yeterdy. Uenry Frlnzel. Ju SteTeiier and Uu Hloz were here from Korten yeterJay. Mr. ai:d Mr. Adam Ameceau were ri.tor from Wellborn yester day. If tou wear a Stetcou iat rou cau find wt.at you want at Norwood'. 10 Architect Ham Fountalu came up from Houton yesterday. I'ure bred white Igl.orn eppt. II for 15. See Geo. A. Adam. KH Mr. and Mr. J. H. Mawhlnney left for Fort Worth yesterday. Mr. and Mr. K. H. Astin return ed to Mumford yesterday. Mie Una an I Alma Farnell Ti. Ited at Harvey Sunday. "The Ghottof Hamlet." Seat, n sale at Hiiwt li . lc Rev. A. M. Stewart went to Hoc ton Saturday night. New arrival In Dresden ribbon. Wagner A Brabdcn. llo Whl-poor-will pM at Mawhin ney. Ill Lock McNely visited MI!ano Sunday. T Vv;:;, ' J T Y: M . Ladles, don't buy your Easter dre until you inspect the latest novelties we are showing. W can please you in dainty style at 10c, lie. 25c, and 10c per yard that are new and correct. Wilson A Edge 6 Judge J. C. Scott wa here yester day and adjourned the spring term of th Braze county district court, returning to hi home at Franklin yetterday afternoon. Our Fatter wludow dlaplay U over Mowing with pretty thing that you want for Fatter; it' a pleasure to how them. Wilson A Edge. 14 C. W. Vaught of Moutgotuery routity. who ha been iu Bryan on a vikit, went to Hearn yesterday. Mr Vaught formerly resided here. Isdle I will hare a new and up' to-date line of seasonable good on dlspUy Monday. See them before you buy. tf Mr Mary Lawrence. l'araol and fan are essential Fatter requisites. W can show you the niot extensive selection In the city. Wilson A Edge. KM J. C. Renfro came down from Hearne Sunday on account of the death of Mr. U. C. Wallace, mother of Mr. Renfro. Oscar Hall and family were here from Leon county yesterday. Mr. Hall recently had a severe attack of pneumonia. Tom Meat, representing the Gra ham Taper Co. of St. Loula, wa in the city yesterday and called on The Eagle. The. handsomest Hue of men' aud boy' clothing ever shown In Bryan 1 now on sale at Norwood's. 110 Miss Phronle Roberrson returned to Austin Sunday night after a visit to W. A. Folk aud family of Wlxon. 3d inch black I'eao De Sole, a special value for Monday 11 25. Wagner A Brandon. 110 Mr. aud Mr. Rev Tucker visited Navasota Sunday and attended the Stuart meeting. The ghot? Theghot! ,'TheOhot of Hamlet," April 17. Reserved eats &ks and 25c. 109 Mr. Kate Martin, mother of Mr. John B. Hlnes, arrived from Marlin yesterday. Rev. Father Joseph Illlg arrived from Galveston Sunday. Nw arrival In Dresden Ribbon. Wagner A Brandon. 110 M. 8. Broach of Tabor wa in the city yesterday. GLolton Rhode ha been tick sev eral day. Every suit that enters our stock must be up to our If your clothes bear one of these famous labels Alfred Benjamin Sew York V .' I'.V I ' .7' You can be absolutely certain'that they are perfect in every detail work manship and finish the'bestmaterials all pure wool, no mercerized cotton, style .ind fit faultless. We are showing these perfect clothes in all the newest Spring models and patterns, including a complete assortment of the new grey worsteds Sjr2.50k-I5.00-1 S20.00 22.50' " "1 Let us show you how really different these are from the ordinary ready-made clothes. Sec Parks & Waldrop The Store for Values In Men's Apparel E. E. Walker, formerly of this city, and now with the quaratlne de partment at Austin, passed through Bryan Sunday en route to Bremond. where he waa called on account of th illness of hi mother. For Sale A fine, large bay mare. 7 year old, 15 hand high, weigh 1(40 pound. Thi animal I thor oughly broken, and afe for a lady to drive anywhere; price f 150O. M. Francl, College Station. 116 Sheriff Nail viklted Houston Sun day for the purpose of turning over to Traufer Agent H. 8. Suk a negro named Sain l'insou, convicted dur ing the term of the Brazos county district court just closed. Ladles, Thompson' glove fitting corset lend grace and beauty to your Easter gowns. We have th latest model In the light weight chiffon batiste at 11.00 and 11.50. Wlikon A Edge. It Mother Mary Joseph of Villa Ma ria Academy returned from Galve. ton Sunday, accompanied by Miss McKenna. who I a guest at the Academy. For Rent lh Chatham home place, good well, cistern, two tank, and fifteen acre of land. Apply to Ralph K. Chatham. 106 Mr. J. W. Boyd returned to Mc Gregor Sunday after a visit to her mother, Mr. S. M. Derdeu. aud oth er relative. Just received a complete line of Taffeta silks in pin stripe and check. Wagner A Brandon. 110 Lonl Shields, after a visit to H. V. Shields, hi ancle, returned Sun day to hi home at Duke, Teza. A. B. Carson wa here yesterday from Lon county, where he Is em ployed as a civil engineer on the Trinity A Brazo Valley railroad. Just received a full line or colored crepe de chene In all the late shade at Wagner A Brandon'. 110 Fd Hearn left Sunday for Mexla, where he ha ascepted a position with a leading dry good house. Cba. Knoblauch and little sou left for Dlckerson and San Antonio Sunday after a visit here. If yoo like to dres well you should get one of Norwood spring suit th swellest in town. 110 38 Inch natural color hantnng a pecial value, for Monday only, 75c. Wagner k Brandon. U0 Something new Dresden silks, for spring and summer wear. Wag ner & Brandon.. no & Co. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Chicago t these handsome suits In our Main street window DOME MAKES SPEECH Addrews Loral Zionist Cotfrpji tion at .San Antonio. DKAMATIC INCIDENT Romaa Una llad I lee a a Member f His lUutekoM I(eclare4 That a Kinder Hasbaad Sever I.I icd ea liar.b. San Antonio. April 9 Dr. Do!s and bis party left San Antonio Sun day nlgbt at S o'clock on the Mexico pecial for St. Loula. The train wai delayed for four and one-half hours, and this was taken advantage of by the local Zlonlte. who arranged for a meeting, at which Dr. Domle wa to peak. The meeting wa st-crtt In Its nature, for the Zlnnltes feared that it the general public became aware that the first apostle wa to deliver an ad dress and the ball would not bold th audience who would come to hear him. A It was. every seat In the local tem pi was filled fully an hour before the venerable leader wa to make hi ap pearance. Previous to th coming of Dr. Dowle L. C Hall, pastor of the local Zionist church, made a vigorous address, ta which he defended Dowl at every point Throuchont his talk ejacula tion of "Amen" and "Ye" and ""God be with thee" were mad by th audi ence. I'reaiher Hall made the late neat that every man. woman and child la Tia who waa connected with th Zionist movement endersed everythlng that the "first apoatl" had dene, and believed thoroujhly In his Innocence. "Even if the -first apostle has been guilty or every one of the charges wnicn have beva brought against him, Vollva and hi henchmen have acted la aa nachristlanllke manner through out the whole of thi trouble." he said. "From out of this great turmoil Zlon will arise regenerated and puriried and I believe, before my God. that the rirst apostle' will be vindicated and cleared or these malicious and cruel charges, ir h I not. then may God demolish Zlon. We are not a people of peace. We right alway for God and th right, and tn this right w will win." A h)mn waa sung, aad then the a dlence Joined In a sliest prayer that strength might be given the first apos tle" to overcome hi enemlea In ZJoa. Wtsn Dowt enured the haU th audience aroe aad aaog a hymn of prats aa he walked down the center alale, bowtag aad nattering. Ood be with thee." For ten ntnate Dowl and th audleac prayed together for treegth to banish th devil from Hon. Than Dowl told bia story to the pectant people. Hi eaUr addra wa centered about th sut'ecl cf olvratav and th conduct ot hi wtf. standard of quality. 08. 25. hand tailored garments large The audience wa wtta Elm in al that he said, even when he bitterly dispar aged Mrs. Dowle. A dramatic Incident occurred after Dowl had been speak ing about twenty minuet, when Mrs. Aana Rapp and her husband roe np and faced the apostle. The audience craned their neck forward In intense expectancy. "Have you anything to Bay. ister?" said the venerable leader. "I lived In your home for a num ber of ysrv. 'flrkt apostle.' sal.i th woman, "and I aut to tell these peo ple that never was then? a kinder hiiKband or a better Christian gentle man. I want ti say also that while your every art was one of kindness and connldfrtttlon to Mr. Doaie, she made life mUerablr foi you by her In sane Jealousy and fh ndish perversity. I often wondered how you could be so kind under the condition that ex luted. I make this statement of ny own t'f will because God has told me to speak." Then Deacon I-ewls and Deacon ra ters aro and spoke or the unwlfely conduct -f Mrs. Dowle. wblrh they characterized as almost beyond human endurance. Throughout all of thi tes timony the audience sprinkled ex clamation or Amen" and "Ye, yes!" Dowle closed with a passionate pe roration in which he declared that so long as breath remained in hla body he would right tor the rehabilitation of Zlon. "I haven't long to live," he conclud ed, 'but I pray that God may spar me Jukt long enough to win this fight. Then I shall be willing to go to that long sleep, knowing that I shall be eased to the last by the 'well done, thou good and faithful servant." which wilt o uttered by all or my people, for they will have seen the light and learned that John Alexander, 'first apostle.' was chosen by God to give th word to Zlon." After the benediction the audience filed by Dowle and shook bis hand, each reiterating an assurance or loy alty. When Dowl i earned to his hotel the sperUI correspondent or the As sociated I'rens prenented him with the following telegram, ahich arrived wniie his followers here were making their pledges of loyalty: "At Zlon City to-day everybody was for Vollva. Communicate this to Dowle." Iowie seemed somewhat shocked at the bluntness of the message, but declared that It would be unwise for him to make any comments upon It at the present time, owing to the fact that it might betray hi plan of bat tle. IS INCONVENIENT. Oat For Second Conference at The Higu Net Satisfactory. Washington, April t. The state de partment ha uggeted to the Rus sian government, through Ambassador Rosen, that the period suggested la th Rnssian note for th convection of the second Th Hague conference, namely, the early part of July, would be laroavenisnt to America aad to some cf th other countiie of this knitpbr which had aiptated to b represented.