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TWELFTH YEAK. 0. 7.2.
BKYAN, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAltCH 3, 1007 PRIC.riVE CZIITO In-Er Son! B:monstration AT OUR OTORB 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 Ciccuit Co. HOWELL SROS. THB ONLY COFFEE ROAQTERO IN BRYAN. IIISUI1E YOUR LIVE STOCK I represent a Lire 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 arc liberal for this class of business. Your business will be appreciated. so. A- AArJ8 fin, rmm-mmmrptStoCles3. Accldentitwljlliwjm Bonds OLSc in Parker building. Telcphonct26S I Am Agent for the Oliver Typewriter. " If you are suffering from the effects of "LaGrippe" there is nothing that will build yon up again quicker or better than VinoL Sold only by L 1873 - 1006 CO O ( ) ( v THIRTY-THREE YEAIIS' REPUTATION o H. STANDS At A CUAHXTtl Ot TMI QUALITY OP AL SOLS ST o I) () ) i . . . ; : . . . t r i-eng experience, during wairn careful selection ot the tm brands has been made, enables in to offer my patrons choice assortment of Whiskies, J ! Brandies, Wines, etc. sw Phone 70. . E. ROHDE. - ) ' Post (Pifjce Drug Store Dries, Books, Stationery, Toilet Articles " Athletic Ooods, Clears and Tobaccos. Having purchased this veil known, well established ..conveniently located business, I respectfully invite, a liberal share of the public patronage., ..PHONE 196;. ' ' HOVABD ;B. CAVITT CiliiED IF Or Ponderous Lacomo tire Ct-. ia (v. an Embankment LOTH PLUKGED CZLPV. Oas Tnain Wm a Special Witk CKiel Executive Nutmeg SUU and His Staff and Military Coaapaay of New Havea Retansiag Haw a. Waterbury, Conn.. March 2. With la impact of sufficient force to crush the ponderous locomotives together like paper and topple them down an embankment two passenger trains, regular and special, met In a h -radon eolllalea early Saturday on the Kauga tock dlvMioo of the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad at Piatt hails, about a mile and a half b lw this city, malting In the death of three aaen. the serious wounding of two more and lesser Injuries to over a score of others. The srcial was made op of an engine and one coach, la which was a party of about sixty tve members of Company P, Second reaiiB'Mt. Connecticut National guard, known as the Greys, and Governor Woodruff and members of his staff. The governor escaped Injury. They bad been. In af tendance at a banquet given la their honor In this city by Company A of the same regiment and sjsmw on their way home. The special Is said to have been run beyond ths meeting point and so met the regular at Flatt Mills. AlaaotaU the occu pants of the special coach received some Injury. The bag gas car of the regular' was telescoped. The moat se riously Injured passenger are Fred Cv Roaaetl of New Haven, a private In company . P, and C V. Champlalo a muetciaa. also of New Haven. The dead were members of tbe crews of the two engines. INVITATION ACCEPTED. Louisiana Rivers to Be Inspected by a Committee of House. Washington, March S. The house committee on rivers and harbors de cided to ar;?t4 an Invitation from the Louisiana delegation In congress to Inspect the rivers of Louisiana, and en March 25 the committee will as semble at New Orleans, From New Orleans the party will go to the mouth oi the Mississippi and examine the locks from the river Into the Bayot) La Pourche and Bayou riaquemincs going thence to the mouth ot Red riv er. The Atchafalaya liver wlU tbea be visited, and the committee will eaK dowa this stream to the gulf. The pasty will jtfxt go to Shreveport and sail gowa Red river from there to New Orleans. A visit will also be made to southwestern Louisiana for the pur pose of Inspecting the salt mines, oil fields and the extensive cultivation and suir plaatatioas. WORST OF WINTER. Farts of Mississippi and Louisiana Have Rfori Visited by, storm. New Orleaas. March 2. 8outhera Mississippi and Louisiana have Just experienced tbe worst storm of the winter, the disturbance manifesting It self la torrential rains, fatal electrical displays and cyclonic winds. At least one death was caused by the storm In Mississippi and thousands ot dollars' worth of dsmage done. At McNeill Mlaa, many bridges have been washed away and In the vi cinity of Laurel planting has been tem porarily abandoned. Of the railroads, the Mobile. Jackson and Kanaas City appears to have suffered the worst, having nine washouts. In Louisiana, creeks and bayous have overflowed, while the Mississippi river levees, already soft from exception ally hbxh river, received a dangerous soaking. CHANGED THEIR MINDS. Salvation Army Official Prevails on Four Man Not to Suicide. New York, March 2. Four men who had contemplated endlag their lives and troubles changed tlr minds and Instead consulted Colorr-t Holland, su perintendent ot the anti-suicide) bureau of the Salvation Army. Three of Colonel Holland's callers gave their reaeoaa for contemplated suicide as lack ot work and food. The fourth was a veteran criminal, although only thlrt. Two were men who had retired from business on the savings ot a lifetime, but lost their money In speculation. "They promised me they would banish the though ot suicide until Monday" said Colonel Holland, "when I -shall ao doubt be able to help them out substantially." MAY RE SHIPPED. Attorney Gtneral Holds There Is Ne Authority to Held the Firearms. New Orleans. March 1 Nicaragua and Honduras may now ship Sresrma from the United States without fear of detention, according to a rating by Attorney General . Bonaparte.' Ship ments of arms for both governments have been held up here pending In structions from Washington. Attorney Oeneral Bonaparte wired District At torney Mow that the - "department could find ao authority under exist ing circumstances tor Aetsntloa by col lector ot customs .of mnalUons of war smtloned." Pays ExtraM Tc!7 fcr Mur der ef C 't. CASE AN LaEZZEZZ'QIIl Jean aWllaesl Fee Sesne Tlsse Was a Cosnptie a Effort Was Made to Pestpeew the Eaecntiosi So Deal Weald Be Natural One. Marietta. Ga, March 2. John Bol lard was hanged here for tbe murder of his daughter. Ruby Dullard, at Pow der Springs, Cobb county, last Septem ber. The case haa attracted unusual attention from the fact that Bollard haa been suffering from consumption, and It appeared wtthla the paat few days that his death might result from the disease -before the day set for his xeoatlon. An appeal for cemmutatloi of sentence was refused by the prison board, aad the case came before Gov. Terrell for his approval of the finding or a respite. Petitions for delay were finally refused by the governor. FAVOR OF COMPLAINANT. Texas Cattle Raisers' Association Was an Important Caae. Washington. March L The Inter pinion aoletaolshrdctnfwydrplpoulptt state commerce commission. In an plnoa by Commissioner Prouty, an nounced lis decision la the case of the CatUe Raisers' Association of Texas agawat the Galveston. Harrtaburg aad San Antonio Railroad company asd Others la favor ot the complainant, on allegation of failure of defendants to establish a through route nnd Jalnt rate on beef cattle from points on the Interns! local and Great Northern rail road In Texas to New Orleans. The eommlalon rules thst the public Inter est requires establishment nnd main teaaaoe of through rates and Joint through rates, and that the through aad former Joint rates should be re established. Tbe decision Is without prejudice to the determination of the question of reasonableness which may te Involved la another proceeding now pending. THAW THREATENED. Postal Clerk Said He Heard White Use Significant Lsnguags. Pensacola, Fin March 2. Daniel Cannon, employed as a clerk In the Pensacola . poatotflca, made - a atate mnat to United States District Attor ney 8beppar3 that he was a witness to the- slaying of Stanford white, nnd that two nights previous to the killing ho hoard tbe architect threaten the life of Harry Thaw. He declares that he was seated la a restaurant at a table next to the one occupied by White aad a party of friends. The dis trict attorney haa taken no action in the matter. SHELTON SAVED. Sheriff Was en Eve of Taking. Cen detrsned Man to the Fallows- 8partanburg. 8. C March 2. While preparations were being made to hang John Shelton. a negro convicted of killing hla father-in-law. Sheriff Nich ols received aa order from Chief Just Ice Pope of the aupreaM court staying the executioa until April it. The pris oner had been notified to get ready for the mnrrh to the scaffold. "Thank God!" exclaimed Shelton when told that he had been granted a respite. - FOUR FATALITIES. Cxploaion of Powder Shook Buildings Seven Miles From the Scene. KaoxviUe. March 2. The mixing mill at the Rand Powder Mill com pany's plant at Dosaett, Tenn about twenty-five miles west of this city, was blown np. Four men were kinMi aad three Injured. Two others nr missing. The dead sre William Hi!! William Owens. Thomss Kennedy anJ James Kelslrrso. The explosion shook buildings at Clinton, seven miles away. Cremated Under Engine. Powder Springs. Ala., March 2. Seaboard Air Line passenger train No. 38. from Birmingham for Atlanta, ran Into the rear end of a parted freight train one mile east ot here. Engineer Charles Hutchlns of Cedartown. Ga.. of the passenger train was cremated under his engine. WHERE iiS"-- V-VYTCH THIS SPACE EACH WEEKYoi WILLEET. MEVILLTEI.IA50 f j .A f i , v ' M Perhaps yon wonder how we st lr. K. F. Octcadt, tie creator of Boater Brown and the world's hiatal psiJ sit;:!,' to make for ui a fresh ai'ncd drawing each week. Ext we did it cost as no small price. 7e are ad tbey will be Lent. Baxter believes in truth.- We da XTe male a profit, every merchant most We do not "cot prices'' except on broken sizes or when overloaded. X7e make prices rijjht in the be ginning We wish to make money; who doesn't? Bat we can make more selling at a lair profit and doing a bter basinet. Jfelp yourself by making oar volume larger. .We invite yon to look each week at Mr. Ostcaolt's cartoons. Respectfully, BURT NORWOOD. gpccial pen r.:c::AY Lot of 60 Dnxnuntrs' Sam pits Slarts, tS.CO txd values, all colors, at C3.C0 3 ''sse' . aW I . .. ; a,- j. 17. niEi fO NIGH CRADt- CD 1 1 A. 1 1 22) - ( ( . ( ( -. ( J-,' UPHOLSTERINOsnd CABINET WORK. FURNITURE REPAIR. ( ) ' 1NG A SPECIALTY. OFFICE IN HOWELL BUILDING ( () Telephone Number 299 '( () I nn t J.. L?. 0C'3L1!L!L Crushed to Death. Meridian, Mlaa March 2. As a re sult of a weakened track or fallen trees over rails northbound Alabama Great Southern freight train was wrecked ear Powers Station, about sixty miles above here, the negro fireman was crashed to death under the locomotive. Paasea Denatvred Alcohol Bill. Washington. March I. The dena tured alcohol bill passed the senate. Conference reports on the agricultural, sundry civil, naval aad postomce ap propriation bills were agreed to. A pension of ISO a month to the widow of the late Oeneral Joseph R. Ilawley waa granted. Throe Tewns Captured. Managua. March t. Forces of ths Klcaraguaa government hare raptured without resistance the Mondnresa rowan towns of Concepctoa and Maria. They lss took Corpun Carkttl aftef hard fighting. . , THB MQDZRN TRAIN OF LUXURY tirciCO- 5T; LOGJJS 5PEC0M A Solid Train of Elegance and Ease To Ct. Lcu.3 end Ch'cco' To r2j:ico Composed of Pnllman's Latent - Creations Composite Car (with Barber Shop, Bath, Etc) Diner, Drawing-Room, Compartment and Obsbrvation, Library Sleepers. . GEM I -WEEKLY. . For Illustrated Booklet and Particulars, sec I.&G. N. Agents, or write D. J. PRICE. G. P. & T. A. GEO. D. HUNTER, A. G. P. & T, A. I. & G. N. R. R. Palestine, Texas.