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WELFTH YEAll. NO. 127. BKYAN, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 7. 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTO ) i SOMETHING SWEET COCO UVALDE STRAINED FRESH SHIPMENT HUNNJLIV'S CANDIES HOWELL BROTHERS ROASTERS OF GOOD COFFEE t DCCCCCOCOCQOMOCOCCOOQOCO o JAP-A-LAC JAP-A-LAC FREE AT Cavitt's Drug Store o Each housewife who will cut out bring it to my itoit will receive a occcocccoccccscooccccccou &BOCEBIES We are paying special attention to the wants of The Grocery Trade and invite a share of your business if you are not already a customer. We guarantee ,to Jive prompt service and perfect satisfaction. Wt hate aloa complete line of Fred Stutfs. Phone 386. C. E. Insure in the SOUTHWESTERN LIFE Whyr Because it it a Texas company, hat keep Texas money in Tea. Joe B. ReeJ rales, inu mn u.v winw riillinit uu itvtu'ii iM-ui.iii. .-..- nies and (five you just what you want, and you will know what you are get 'ng. Etery man and woman under ?0 yean, in good health, thould join FRI F.N D-IN-N F.ED Many are tv enjoying the benefits from my efforts. JOK B. K F.F.I). clearest tone of any Talking MUTUAL Li Y I3ENEFIOIAL To the proprietors and patron of the Bryan Steam Laundry hat been . u a adoptedCash on Delivery. We arc able to devote more time to the de at of our businen and turn out a better quality of work. Three wagon art now required to keep up with our crowing business. WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO SERVE YOU. HEARN & DANSBY PHONE 14-1 INSURE YOUR (COPY) Bryan. Texat, April 10, 1K)7. Rrcnvroof the SOUTHWESTERN LIVE STOCK INSURANCE COMPANY of Dallas, Texas, through Geo. A. Adams, A (rent, in Bryan, Texas, the sum of ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS, in full payment, compromise and satisfaction for lot bv death from disease on the 2nd day of ftpril, 1V07, to my sorrel horse named Pauper, about five year old, insured by Policy No. 2885 issued thrpugh their Bryan, Texas, Agency , said Policy being hereby cancelled and surrendered to said Company. P. M. Ravtoa, M. D., Assured. Losses promptly settled and paid, cash without discount. Pro tect yourself before 'tis too late. My rates are liberal. All classes of desirable snirrals can be insured. Information cheerfully given. E. A. A'DAKJ' Fire Accident inounnnGE OFFICE IN PARKER BUILDING. I am Agent lor the UI H 1 imj- ' - - M - M - rm - TO EAT a a a o a a o a o o o o this sd and PERSONALLY fret sample can of Jip-a-lac. www o ( (I CI o CI o o a a o BULLOCK & CO. g INSUKANCEJCO. of Dallas, Tex. ample Capital and Surplus and will will explain the different plant and SOCIETY, rr Lite Insi ranee that would not if not Agent for the Zonophone, the Machine manufactured LIVE STOCK Plate Class. Bonds TELEPHONE 265 Oliver Typewriter. M - M - m - WM - m --M-ki-n-ti-M-s.-s. trmm L Application for Bill of Partio lars Is Filed IN THE CASE OF HAYWOOD Prosecution Doea Not Claim That the Defendant Actually Took the Life of Governor Steunenberg, but Guilty of Conspiracy. limine. Ida.. Mar C Application fo I LIU of particular, filed by counsel for th (IcfctiHv In the raw of W. I. Haywood. sb-r-tary and treasurer ct the VMern Federation of Mlnr-rn. who on Thursday next will bo place 1 on trial charged with the murder of former Governor Steunenberg, have come tip for argument before Judge Fremont Wood. Fi F. Richardson of Denver and Clarence 8. Harrow, of Chicago. rep resented defendant and argument on the part of the atate waa presented by Senator W. E. Borah and O. M. Van duyen, public prosecutor. Senator Borah has been retained a special counsel In the case of the utale fo aa alat Jamei II. Ham ley, leading counsel In thli celebrated case. Counsel on bbth sides admit that the application for a bill of particulars will not likely affect the case materially. I A bill of particular! fn a case of ! murder Is somewhat unuHual, but aa this case presents certain particular features counsel fur the priHonera ex press themselves aa being of the opin ion they should complete their record by the course they have taken. William P. Haywood la charged with the actual murder of Governor Steunenberg. It la admitted by the prosecution that Haywood waa not In the state of Idaho at the time the murder waa committed, but the claim of the atate Is that Haywood conspired with the actual executor of the crime and that, therefore, he Is guilty of the crime. President Roosevelt's letter to the committee f New York labor unions replying to 'heir request for evidence as to bis re.- ena for railing Haywood, Moyer and I'ettlbone "undesirable cltl tens." waa published here In the Idaho Statesman, a morning paper. The reply has aroused no little comment. KNOWLES COURTMARTIAL. Captain Maeklln Tells of the Assault That Waa Made Upon Him. Fort Sill. Okla.. May (.The court martial to try Corporal Knowlea. charged with attempting to kill Cap tain Filgar It. Maeklln at his home et Fort Reno on the night of Pee. II. 190C, convened here Monday. Cor poral Knowlea waa a member of the Twenty fifth Infantry, whose member were dlachargrd by President Koose veil for alleged connection with the Ftrownsvllle affair. The attack upon Captain Maeklln followed closely after the discharge of Knowlea and his com rades. Captain Maeklln waa the first wit reus called He told of hla fight with bis assailant on the night be was shot. Corporal Knowlea will try to prove an alibi. DR. WATSON NO MORE. Noted Scotch Divine and Author Passes Away After Brief Illness. Fturllngton. la.. May 6. Rev. Dr. JohnVataon (lam McLaren) died at Mount Pleasant, la., at 11:15 o'clock Monday. The cause of death t blood poUnntng, the reault of tonalll tls. He waa taken 111 at Mount Pleas ant April 2j. MEXICO GUATEMALA. Diplomatic Relations Between the Tvc Republics Havt Been Severed. Washington, May 6. The state de part men t has received Information to the effect that diplomatic relations lie tween Mexico and nnvrmals has bee terminated. The oviunie la awaited with apprehension. Alive and Well. rortland. Ore., May A dispatch Co the Oregnnlan from Klamath Falls, aays Count Otto von Waldateln. who was reported to have been killed at Willows. Cal- a few days ago. la allvr and well at Klamath Falls, where hr Is employed on government reclame tlon work. New Church Dedlcattd. Enid, Okla., May 6. The new Pre byterlan church, costing $30,000. was dedicated with appropriate exercises The church Is of pressed brick, trim toed with Oklahoma granite, and Is considered one of the handsomest In 'the southwest Dr. Osier Reads a Paper. Washington. May C Before the Congress of American Physicians and 8argeons Dr. William Osier of Oxford. Eng- read a paper on "The Evolution Idea In the Study of Medicine." Company Chartered,. Austin. May I. Chartered: The Grahamlte company of Dallas, capital stock, $150,000. Incorporators, John A Ewton, Henry Dorsey and J. E. Pow- PROMISE Of PRESIDE!!, Makes Reply to New York Cen tral Federated Union. FORMER LETTER QUOTED. Chief Executive Will Endeavor to See to It That Moyer, Haywood an J Pettiboee Are Given a Fair Deal In Their Trouble. New York, May C In a letter rcufl Sunday before the Central FVderate.i union. President Roosevelt states that If evidence la submitted to him ahow Ing that there lins been a mlacarrlae of justice for or against Haywood ar.l Moyer, awaiting trial at Dolse City. Ida., charged with the murder of for mr Governor Stoenengerg, he will bring such evidence to the attention Of the attorney general for such ac tlon, if any, aa may be In the power of the Federal authorities to take. The communication was the formal reply of the president to the commit tee of miners whe recently called on aim at the white bouse, and request ed blra to set forth In general his at titude toward the accused men and specifically why he had referred to Moyer sod Haywood aa "undesirable cltUens." In making hit report the chairman John Henry, said that the committee bad spent more than an hour with the president, at which time the mat ter fn hand was thoroughly discuss ed. The president signified hla Inten tion of formally replying to the let ter which the chairman read. Fol lowing the reading there was an ani mated discussion, during which the chairman and William Coakley, a mem ber of the committee, stoutly defend ed the attitude of the chief executive. It was finally voted to send a copy of the letter to counsel for Moyer and Haywood. In hla reply, the president quotes at length from a letter written by htm more than a year ago to the attor ney general. In whloh he says that "Our duty Is (If It should ever hap pen that we had any power In the matter) to see that exact Justice Is done thes men." MUCH DELAY. Twer Has Also Been Considerable Expenae Incurred. Boise. Ida., MSy I. Practically every available room la Iiolse baa been reserved for lawyers, witnesses or newspaper men la attendant on the court which will try William D. Haywood on the charge of murderint former Governor Stuenenberg. The history of the caaes of the men charged with the murder of Gov. ! Steunenberg shows much delay, all of which has been necessarily expert alve to the state of Idaho and to the defense. The state has already raid blll.i totalling 152.000. and at the lav session of the legislature of Idaho an appropriation of $:0.0u0 additional was unanimously pissed, all parties con currlig. When Governor Steunenberg was aa aasslnated the Mine Owners' aaaocla tlon offered a reward of $3,000 for arrest of the murderer. later thl amount was returned to the mine own era by Governor Gooding with tfc statement that the state of Idaho would defray the cost of the prosecution or the murderer whoever he might be. The defense fund raised by tminn labor throughout the country and an emergency fund by the tnlnera' fed eratlon la reported to be very large and the total cost of carrying on th rase from first to last will be er.or tnous. SOCIALISTS PROTEST. One 8peaker Bitterly Denounced the President's Statements. Mobile. May 6. The Soclallata of Mobile and surrounding places hell a largely attende meeting at Fair Hope, the alngle tax colony on the eastern shore of Mobile bay, Sunday, tad were addressed by W. Williams and T. N. Freeman of Chicago. The former bitterly denounced the presl ident's statements as to the undeslra blllty of Moyer, Haywood and Petti bone as citizens, and the latter crltl cited In milder tones. Resolutions were pasted by acclamation declaring that the rights of cltUens have been menaced In the proceedlnga against the western miners snd condemning the president's criticism. A collection was taken up for the benefit of the miners. Eatrada In Command. Puerto Cortes, May General Juan J. Estrada Is In command of this city. He Is a Nlcaraguan officer. Will Visit Argentina. Bnenos Ayrea. May C King Carlo of Portugal, will visit Argentina after tls trip to Brazil, early next year, ac cording to a cable dispatch received here from Lisbon. Pound Dead In Bed. Omaha. Tex., May . T. L. Simp son, a prominent farmer, was found by is wife dead la bed. c. c. r AH SOfS Parsons 9 Bottling Works WMttalu Kuan. Parsons f Ray, Propis Corner Main and Autlln Streets. j j Telephone 201 Bryan, Texas leaser ef Xrere Bottlers Auttlatlma r 1 1 l m W ill J" b i o iJ Salt Aeearjr fer ( Battllma mat Sata at DR. PEPPER, COCA-COLA. ORCHF.RADE and CascadeGINGER ALE 1 In Bra. os and Madison Counties, and a portion of Robertson County. A Liberal Shat a at the Public Patraaaga Respectfully Salic Ilea , U3M AND ALL 0) We are receiving New Stock every day, and are prepared to handle your orders. 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