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TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 71.
BKYAN, TEXAS, 8ATURDAY MO UMNO, MARCH 2, 1907 PRICE FIVE CENT3 I1 tr: 101. Dn-Er Seal Bemonstration AT OUR OTOZK Saturday Afternoon The Ladies are especially invited to call and be shown by the In-Er Seal Cadets the many good things to eat made by , The national Biscuit Co. HOWELL BROS. THE ONLY OOFFEE ROASTERS IN BRYAN, INSUIIE YOUR LIVE STOCK I represent a Live Stock Insurance Company of unquestionable strength, which issues policies covering loss by death of all classes of live stock from disease or accident' Their contract is lib eral in its terms and free from complicated phrases. The rates are liberal for this class of business. Your business will be appreciated. eo. A. A(Au8 rin innimnnor? Accident Office In Parker building. Plate Class. Bonds Telephones"26S I Am Agent for the Oliver Typewriter. If you are suffering from the effects of "LaGrippe" there is nothing that will build you up again quicker or better than VinoL Sold only by CM liM no livJ 1873 - lOOO STANPfeAt A GUAItHTtC Of THC QUALITY OP AL () () i THIRTY-THREE YEARS' REPUTATION o sold sr id: Lon experience, during which csreful election of the bett hrandi haa Keen made, enai' mi lo otter my patrons e choice assortment of Whhkiea, Brandie., Wine., etc. Phone 70. E. ROHDE. Post Office Drug Store DruKS, liooks. Stationery, Toilet Ai tides Athletic Goods, Cigars and Tobaccos. Having purchased this well known, well established and conveniently located business, I respectfully invite a liberal share of the public patronage. .. PHONE 196 .. c HOWARD R. CAVITT USE Pil'JSES cum Ship Magnate is Enthused Over Progress of Island. REAL HECCA OF TOURISTS He WiU Establish a Freight xt Pm- ssngar Service Betweeto New York mmi New Republic Porta, Erect Hotel sad Cms tract WWeea. New York. March 1. The Tribune ays that according to private cable a(vlces received here from Havana, Cbarles W. Morae, who la now in Cuba, baa become enthualaatic over the development of tho Island and promlaea to build up a great passen ger and freight service between New York, Havana and other Cuban porta. He hopes to put Into service within a year two faat turbine steamers which will make the trip between New York and Havana In two days, which ! one-half the time now consumed. Aside from the traffic Improvement Mr. Mora vlll take up building ta ciuaua w. mobs Havana a hotel, which, he ssys, will equal any mnrt In the world. "I am confident, after my brief visit hete." Mr. Morae aald at Havana, "that better facilities for bualneas must be provided. I Intend to con atruct wharves where ateamers can land their passengers and In time I promise that Cuba will be the real Mecca for tourists." ' Before returning to New York Mr. Morse) and his party will go to Mexico and vlalt aeveial of the ports where his steamers touch. WILKIE IN CHARGE. Intimate That Suspicion Has Concen trated en On Man. Chicago. March 1. The hunt for the nan who alole f 173,000 from the Chi cago subtreaaury continue. John E Wllkle. chief of the United States secret service, baa arrived and taken personal charge of the caae. He strongly Intimated that auaplclon had concentrated on one man. who name he would not mention, but he waa not ready for an arrest. Chief Wllkle said this suspected msn might bare had one or aeveral accomplice, who eipected to profit by the theft, but hi theory waa that one man had taken the money. Four mea were put through a searching examination by Mr. Wllkle. The men questioned were A. R. Hoel, currency clerk and a nephew of Cash ler Ruaaell: Henry Locke, aaalatanl paying teller, who ha succeeded (J. . Fltxgerald: John M. Boxers, pay. lag teller, and Frank F. Walsh, cur rency clerk. They were Bearcat the Fltagerald cage. Fitsgerald will be examined later. WORK OF GHOULS. Open Grave of Choctaw Woman and Probably Robbed It Dennlngtoa, I. T., March 1. The people of thla community were shock ed to hear that the grave of Mrs. j Johnson Wooley, a full blood Choctaw Indian, who was burled about two year ago, had been ccned. and prob ably robbed. Thp -as commit ted veral day a and It la not known exactly what the robber se cured. It I known, however, that val uable In the way of a watch, earring, finger ring, etc., were on the body wbfu It waa burled. SIX FIREMEN HURT. Fifth Ward Schoolhouee at Allegheny. Pa, Destroyed by Flame. rittaburc. March 1. One flremnn J waa s rloualy Injured and Ave others slightly hurt at a flr In Allcghcn j which completely di-xtroyed the Flttr. j ward k h'Hil Ixiildlng, a thr-o-stir tnic:un vaniiM at iisu.o.mi. m schorl lnwl ling, one of the finest t.t All-i;hfnj-, fin attended by 1 T." pu pllx. CroHsed electric wires are sa'. : to have iauied t hi? fire. Steamer Coca Ashore. Flushing. Holland. March 1 TN Tutrh mail ncnmer Kornlgen Wlilv 1 tilna. from QucnslionniKh, Kng., anhoro d-nlni; a th'ck fos n dyk. eastward of the entrance tti the h ' bor. rn?'.e5rs aud ciili la:--' d aIUs. eta eus Rich Man ComdU S rille Deeds. VMS NEARLY LYN LHEE UaJer BosmI oa Charge CrfaeOaally Aasaultlag a Ctrl Fewrteea Years ei Age, He Take Utter Life. Beside MiifJeriag Three Others. Bloomlngton. 111.. March 1. Thomas Baldwin, a rich farmer and former merchant of Colfax, shot and killed Charles Kennedy and wife and Mrs. Sim Elaman and daughter, Cora. Baldwin waa arrested. Baldwin, who la alxty-elght years of age. and a wid ower, Is under bond, charged with criminal assault on Cora Elaman, who waa but fourteen years of age. He bad settled with the girl's father for a sum of money, but was subsequently arrested, snd blamed the Kennedys and Mrs. Eliroan for the prosecution. Baldwin narrowly escaped lynching tt the hands of angry farmers. He surrendered to a deputy sheriff st Ar rowsmltb, and waa driven hurriedly to 8aybrook and brought by train to Bloomlngton. CLAIMS CONSPIRACY. Steve Adams Makes a Sensational Statement In Court. Wallace. Ida., March 1. That a de liberate conspiracy waa formed among the officers of the penitentiary and the detectives to Implicate the leaders of the Western Federation of Miners la the assassination of ex-Governor Slunenberg, and that the conspiracy waa to be backed by false evidence, obtained by threat and bribes, is In effect the charge made by Steve Ad ams before the court. Adams' statement was In substance aa fellows: "On the sixth day after I was uken to Bolnel was taken to the office ol the penitentiary and Introduced to De tective McPartland. He told me about 'Kelly, the bum' and other men who had turned state's evidence, snd had keen set free. He told me some Bible stories, too, but I cannot remember what they were, as I am not familiar with the Bible. He kept me unUI 4 or S o'clock In the morning trying to make me confe. ""McPartland told me hew anted to convict Mover. Haywood. Pettlbone, St. John and Stmpklna, whom he call cd 'cut throats.' If I wouldn't help to convict them, be aald. I would he Uken hack Colorado and either hanged or mobbed. When we parted McPart land told me be waa my friend. They put me back Into the cell with Harry Orchard, who talked to me about the seed of hacking up his story. I wss somewhat frightened. The next day McPartland called again. I said ' I wouldn ot do what he wanted me to do. He told me to think well what I was doing: to think of my family and save myself. He said be would see that my family was cared for. When the confession waa made Mc Partland led me on step by step and showed me all thath e wanted me to aay. He told me that what I aald about the Tyler and Boule murders wss only taken with the Idea of making a strong chain of evidence to convict the offi cera of the Western Federation ol Miners. He wsnted the names of the officers of the federation used as much aa poaalble all through the confession. Two or three daya later Warden Whit ney brought the confession to me to sign." DITCHED AND BURNEO. Engineer Cremated, Fireman Faulty Hurt and Others Injured. Connellsvllle. Pa., March 1. Baltl more and Ohio train No. 49. west bound, running forty-eight minutes late, and forty miles sn hour, wai wrecked near Indian Creek, seven miles east of here. The entire train, consisting cf a combination amoklne and baggage car, two day coaches and the private car of of Superintendent Finney of the Pittsburg division of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, left the rails and after running 200 feet along the ties, waa thrown Into a ditch at the foot of the embankment, where the wreckage was completely burned. The engineer was killed, the fireman bandly hurt and the baggagemnster. exptees messenger, conductor and six paasengers seriously Injured. About forty passengers were more or U-s cut or bruised. The dead: Engineer Wylle Irwin cf nttsl.ur wa caught rir.dT the wrecked er.lp uud burned to dcalh b-fore the ryes of the passengers, who were ur.ab'e to liberate him. Oxygen Administered. New York. March 1. Daniel waa administered oxygen. His com!! tlon is grave. CREVASSE WIDENS. It Has Now Inerened to Two Hundred and Fifty Feet. New Orleans. March 1. With tc cnvlns of nearly 1"' feet of levee ts" crevasse r.enr Jesuit's Bend, In '." New Orleans, hai widened to a! '. ;5it feet. Tlie cavelti occurred at t'r lower nd or tho lrek, where, fo,- :i week, n larpe pang lu Vein attesn' ; inc " tie in" the broken cmli of tee bank. Althonht n peent qiuntlty of ww Is now wi oiilng through the rrcv.i- then Is no lungerd snsert o life. Ti e overflow rjteared st Gretna, a v1"i. opposite New Orleans. 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