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MiYAN, TEXAS, TUESDAV MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1007.
PRICE FIVE CENTS TWELFTH YEAK. NO. '.VI. The highest quality in the cannerV art I I Batavia Canned Vegetables Better Than Ever Batavia Corn, 2 cans for 35C Batavia Tomatoes, per can IOC Batavia Asparagus Tips, per can 35c and Batavia French Lima Beans, 15c and 20 C Batavia Stringless Beans, 15c and 20C Batavia one-pound can Superfine Teas JJQ Batavia two-pound can Early June Peas Cfg 3 caus Batavia 1 i-J Extra Fine Peas 20C Take no chancei order the but; buy Hit a via, eery smelt guaranteed. iDiSBESPPlSAST.ff For try 'smmd Tim? Rock U&ai " Train Ihi Mi;bap. -I i. - KILLED I'KUrliK FIVE I'E Eogla Torn Over, Crashing Uoth t'agiaeer and Hrrrara to Heath, (using Three Oe-cr talitits and Svm hurt. IN checking over your last year's bus iness you find that you are in need of INSURANCE, ring me; I'm anxious to serve you. Losses Promptly Adjusted and Paid. Ceo. A. ADAMS fire Accident INSURANCE Plate Class. Bonds Office in Parker buildinf . Telephones 265 I Am Agent for the Oliver Typewriter. 1 Paso, Jan. II. Running at a high rat of speed Hock Inland paa ongf r train No. 30, en route for Chi cago, dunned Into an open iwlirh at Barney, N. 11., earl Sunday morn ing, rive peraona were killed and olov. eu Injured. The dead: II. F. Ackley, engineer, Alamagordo, N. ll . 3. Redfleld. fireman, Alamagordo, N. M. Harley Hpeace. Corona, N. M., sheep man. Andrew Herron, Ulsbee, Ariz. Mexican child. The Injured, none of whom will die, are two Arabs of this city and nine Aleilrana. When the train dashed Into the awltth the train left the track and turned over, pinning the engineer and fireman underneath un1 killing them Instantly. The express car. dining car and a Pullman were thrown from the track. The train wrecked was In a collis ion on Jan. 2 at Volland. Kan., with No. L'9 on the barae road, and thirty two people, most'" Mexican laborers on their way to Pato were killed and over thirty pi ple InJureC HUME DEFENDS BAILEY. Thinks Senator Entitled to the Sam Courtesy a Free Negro, Austin. Jan. It. The Bailey InvesU gation "matter whs railed up la tha Mllsf it lu:40 oVTotk Monday morn- inn x. n,h,,iinn f TI,U rnnctr In I . "- .- - -- - . I me cnair. .. - Mr. Hume claimed that the Spanish Inlqulsltlon time bad passed and laid the 1( xUlature was here to do common Justice to a caramon man. lit claimed that the International railway Investi gation embarrassed Campbell In his last flection and It followed Hogg to his grave. lie calmed that a certain, newgpaper In the state wm induced to accept garbled report of the later- national railway Investigation. He as sorted tnat fhl- paper had taken re ceqtly garbled reporta In the Halley matter. He asserted that the Interna tional railway matter was still on rec ord and aroused anpleas'ani Bemorle. Ho denied that the former Bailey in vestigation waa a whitewash. He de nied that Duncan was fighting for Bailey by his methods, and said. "If that he friendship, God deliver us from that kind of friendship." "I came here that I should vote for Mr. Bailey and I came here thinking that I waa a lcglalator, not a clerk. My office Is just as big as Mr. Bailey's, and my principles are just the same as his. If you should want to Investigate roe I would aak the same things as Senator Bailey. I will stand for one man agulnM the world If I think he Is be ing dnled hi constitutional rights." Continuing, he said It was the frleml.hlp of Damon and Pythias that Inspired htm In his defense of his friends. "Your constituents have nothing to do with you after you get here on this question, for the party has s.tikon. The people have no right to demand an Investigation. It Is for us t- decide." He believed that the leglxlattire has not as much tight to Investigate Halley than It did to Judge some jack rabbits out In a briar patch. Mr. Hume of Harris county spoke In So Say Duncan In Speaking of Bailey ! offense 0f Senator Halley. He divided Austin. J. m. 1 1 At the Saturday afternoon session 'f the house Judge Duncan concluded his argument In fa vor of the Halley Davidson investiga tion resolu: He claimed that the nomination : Senator Halley by the state Iienim "lr convention was not No. 3446 NOT BINDING. bimllrk'. In k the section of the pre I The speaker claimed tb mary law bearing on the same waa resolution wa a fair as a thoae ugatn'.t Mr. Bnlley; second, those who favor a sweeping Investigation; third, those who want a fair Inquiry. Mr. Hume objected to rnmors that "somebody else told somebody else about" He said he believed Mr. Bai ley was entitled to the same courtesy as a free negro who I brought up on a chart. e Duncan TO OUR PATRONS: Our dm business has enjoyed a splendid growth durinRjthe past year and we wish to express thanks to all patrons forgthe same and invite their continued favors. THREE REGISTERED PHARMACISTS in our store and an unexcelled stock of pure drugs are a sufficient guarantee of the accuracy and promptness of our prescription work. Our stock includes everything pertaining to thejdrug business. Phone 45 a rings. M. H. JAMES rose with vagne. Me Insisted that he official ' . rn.nt nnilxr tf nt Mi ts.nnr wss act of the senator should be Investl-: tit,- that of the milk of Lumkn kind. nes soured, and that It was not even In mod form and would not stand In a A number of representative favors- jultCe court. He said every man who ble to Senator Halley agreed to pre.ent ..d .h r..0lutlon will be held re- a subhtltute providing that the spesk-1 , tlon to Judge Duncan' story about the gated. When Judge Duncan finished adjournment was taken until Monday. er appoint a committee of seven to receive charge from any person, take testimony and report same to the house at once. MILEAUt AND PER DIEM. ITASOl Al A CUANASm Of TH( QUALITV Or ALL 0 0 8 Q 0 00 00 m S3 Q 0 Q S7li - 10(J S THIRTY-THREE YEARS' REPUTATION a o o (a (o; o (D) ;o) (O) o OQOO & 6 Q O OOdQOQOOQO O 0 Q SOLO V Long experience, during whit-h a careful selection of ths let brand hat been maJe. enable! me to otter hit palroni s choice Steortment of Whikiei, Brandiw, Wine., etc. aa-Phone 70. .. ROHDK. CO a o a ) m m o o ) . Conetltutlonsl Rule Suspended and I Senate Measure Adopted. Austin, Jan. II. A resolution waa I adopted In the house Monday to In ' vest S&iu.0o0 or Sl.OOO.OdO of the school 1 funds In eleemosynary Institutions. ! Mr. Kennedy made the point of er- der that the half hour for resolution had expired. ! Mr. Bryan of Taylor asked unanl I mou consent to take up the mileage I and per diem bllL Mr. Clement of West objected. Mr. Duncan moved postponement of the special order, the senatorial mat ter, until 10:30 o'clock, or ten minute. Adopted. The senate bill of Mr. Wil lacy to appropriate 1110,000 for mileage and per diem of legislator and em ployee came up on upenlon of the constitutions! rule that the bill he read on three separate day, and the bill wss passed. A resolution setting aside three secUons of the south gal lery for famlllea of member waa adapted. COST KEEPING SYSTEM. President Make Report on Methods Known a the Keep Commission, Washington, Jan. 14 President Roosevelt made report on "cost keep- man looking for stolen property In the other man's house and claimed that real mep would not let aa Investigator In without a search warrant He 'claimed thta every man had In the ' bouse of hi soul some room that no mortal must enter. Representative Hume said Bailey stood with open arms to welcome any lawful InveaUgatton. He told the story of Caessr and Brutus and said that Hrutui wa the responsible man for Caesar's death. He said that Brutus vr an honorable man. but he was led by Cslu a man who wa experi enced la practical politic. He ald Casslus waa overcome and driven by hi own aelfUh ambitions. He said Bailey had been compared to every thing from Caesar to Cockrobin. "I do not want to go back to my constitu ent and say I wa the sparrow that killed Cockrobin. he said. Going on the theory that God only required of hi people to do what they believed to be right, he said Bailey had don those things he had admitted because he honestly blleved there wss no wrong In them. Mr. Hume wanted no Investigation of Davidson, and claimed the only charge brought againat him waa that he had forged a docament and that It waa not denied. He opposed that part of Duncan resolution regarding the committee going over the oountry to get evidence. He compared It to "Gul liver' Travels." and said the commit tee Lad no legal right to go outside the state. The resolution, he said. ws a relic and suggestion of barbaric times. Ing In the government service," pre- and said that since the time of King THE MODERN TRAIN OF LUXURY MEXICO-'ST. LOUIS SPECIAL A Solid Train of Kli-gancc and Mase . B. & G. N. 2 To St. Louis and Chicago To MEXICO Composed of Pullrartn's i Latest Creations Composite Car (with Parhcr Shop, Bath, Ktc.) Diner, Drawing-Kouni, Compartment and Olbrvation, Library Sleepers. SEMI-WEEKLY. For Mustr-tcd Booklet and Particulars, sec I. &G. N. Agents, D. J. PRICK, G. P. & T. A. GEO. D. HUNTER, A. O. P. & T. A L & G. N. R. R. ralistine, Tixa pared by the committee on department method, known a the keep commis sion. A cost ystem. If properly devised and operated, the report say, will fur nish Information enabling the respon sible heads where economics may be found to estimate more intelligently on the probable cost of future oper ations along similar lines, and to fix proper selling price on goods trans ferred to other governments or private Individuals. The publlo printer Is working out the d-talls on an elaborate cost keep ing system whlrh he H about to Install In the government printing office, and the mint bureau has put a new system In effect at the various mints. Attention Is called to th methods of appropriations for the bureau of rnrravlng and printing which are made tinder three beuds and for the govern ment rrtntlng office whero a lump sum I given. The report exprenses the opinion that appropriations made specifically for each of tbu main heads would be of material advantage over the rresent system in which case the bookkeeping would harmonize with the coat keeping system. John he has na-ver heard of any such proceeding He predicted that Bai ley woutd rise from the ashes of slan der like the Sphynx. and would go forth to spread greater fame yet for Tei.. Mr. Hume closed hi address at 11: St' o'clock. PRESIDENT ENDORSED. expire In Ambulance. Oalveston. Jan. 14 Ud Joseph of Richmond. Tex . died In an ambulance en route to a hoepltal. i Fatal Self-Inflicted Wound. Galveston. Jan. 14 Emlle Ball of Pan Antonio died here of two self Inflicted wounda HI Action In Brownsville Matter Ap proved by tre House. Austin, Jan. 14 Karly In the ses sion of the house Monday Mr. O'Brien of McLennan rose to a question of personal privilege, and when reco; Hired stated that he had bren ralv quoted in tie Waco TlraeaHcrald. al though nm sctlously, and bis name misspelled. He denied any attempt to fillbuntrr HI aJuresa wa good na tured. .Mr. I.ane of McLennan Itifrodjred a resolution to give Colonel C. K. Chen owetb. superintendent of the Coafed rata home, the frettlom of the floor. The hpeaker oniruled the resolutlcn on account of It being against the Msr.dlog rules. A conct rreat resolution endorsing President Roosevelt for hi part la the Hrowtiivllla affair waa adoptd tj the honxe. Mr. 1'nller Introduced a resolution to allow each member 129 for p&Jtage.. Mr. t: rah am offered an amendment making (be amount 123 and printing of l.te iistal card tu notify candi date for notary public BANK0F BRYAN U. S. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY Capital Stock -Surplus and Profits Deposits - - - $100,00.00 45,000.00 680,000.00 We solicit the accounts of firms, individuals and corporations, prom ising every courtesy and facility consistent with prudent banking. J. tv. HOWELL GUY M. BRYAN, JR H. 0. B0ATWRIGHT L L MclNNIS F. M. LAW President Vice President Vice President Cashfer Assistant Cashier CO o o o to T0-MGI1T - O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 CMWV CUD m (a a (6) a Q C0 0 a 0 800Qfr000006000Q-0088'00000-U ONE NIGHT ONLY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 All the Latest Songs and Dances and Musical Sketches, Etc. o O o 0 0 0 POPULAR PRiCES Mighty Good Time Now ;to unload your washino troubles on The Bryan Steam Laundry It it to easy to ring Phone No. 141 and bring on of our wagons to your door. In addition o doing rint-claii work we Make it a point to be prompt in .trving our cuitomera. After Dec. 15 bundle will positively not be left without the cash. Phono 141 HEARN & DANSBY It is uicc to go into a store and have yourself treated nicely. It is another thing to have your purchases thrown at you. We believe in treating you so you will want to come again. We put ourselves in your place every time. If you are not already one of our customers start the New Year by trying our SERVICE E. J. JESUltl N3 I i. i