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TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 120.
BKYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY- HORNING, MAY 9, 1907 fiucu nvTc:rj STR!KERSSTATEf.TEfJT. I'OO II'; r. c. rAitsoHS If sfawMsaetf fftJ) J.J.H SOUETHING SWEET Ask Calhoun to Assist la Main Effort at San Francisco to Run the Street Cars OCCURRED Laining Peace CC00 TO EAT D siniEiD UUwlM li, U FRESH SHIPMENT NUNHAUVS CANDIES HOWELL BROTHERS ROASTERS CF GOOD COFFEE . JAP-A-LAC JAP-A-LAC FREE AT Cavitt's Drug Store Each housewife who will cul out this ad and PERSONALLY bring it to my ttort will receive a fr sample can of Jap-a-lac. o o o o (i o o o o u a o o o G-BOCEBIES We are paying special attention to the wants of The rocery Trade and invite a share of your business if you are not already a customer. We guarantee to jive prompt service and perfect satisfaction. We hive alo a complete line of Feed Stuff . Phone 386. C. E. BULLOCK & CO. o o o o o (i CI a o o a a a O) fisure in the SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSUKANCECO. of Dallas, Tex. hy Because it it a Texas company, ha ample Capital and Surplus and will ep Texas money in Texas. Joe K. Kred will explain the different plans and tet, and ran also write Accident and Sick Benefit Insurance in bet conrya es and give you just what you want, and you will know what you are get ig. Every man and woman under .SO years, in good health, should join FRIEND-IN-NEF.D SOCIETY, any art now enjoying the benefits from Life Insi ranee that would not if not my efforts. JOE B. REED. Agent for the Zonophone, the clearest tone of any Talking Machine manufactured MUTUALLY BE.NRFIOIAL fo the proprietors and patrons of the Bryan Steam Laundry has been .u Jopted Cash on Delivery. We art able to devote more time to the de ai f our business and turn out better quality of work. Three wagons art now required to keep tip with our growing business. VE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO SERVE 0f. HEARN & DANSBY PHONE 14-1 JSURE YOUR LIVE STOCK (COPY) Bryan. Texas. April 10, I'M:.' Rrcrivroof the SOUTHWESTERN LIVE STOCK INSURANCE iMPANY of Dallas, Texas, through Geo. A. Adams, Agent, In Bryan, Sas. the sum of ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS, lull payment, compromise an J satisfaction for loss by death from disease the 2nd day of April, IVu7, to my sorrel horse named Pauper, about rive rs old. insured br Poller No. 2KS5 issued throuch their Hrvsn. Texas. lo -i.l kaina kv-l.- .ll.l ...I J I . P. M. Kavsoa, M. D., Auured. Losses promptly settled and paid, cash without discount. Pro tect yourself before 'tis too late. My rates art liberal. All classes of desirable animals can be insured. Information cheerfully given. f: Fire . Accident inounnnce Plate Class. Bonds ITCE IN PARKER BUILDING. Jt js TELEPHONE 2fjr I am Agent for tht Oliver Typewriter. SAY HE IS RESPONSIBLE, Accuse Street Car Official of Sending Out Armed Thug ana Blacklegs Who Fired iVpoa Citissns Along the City'a Thoroughfares, Ban Francisco, May 8. At tbe Car men' union meeting the executive rommlttee Issued tht following state- tuent: "Wo would uUfr. Calhoun one re quest and thtat la to cooperate with oa In keeping tbe peace of tblslty. Wte are law-abiding: cltlzena and we want no trouble. Therefore, we would ask Mr. Calhoun fo atop turning bit barna Into fortresses and exhibiting armed men on the streets. Nobody la going to attack tbe barna and all hla display of force tenrea to draw crowds which no power on earth can keen from becoming unruly. "Only Tueaday afternoon Mr. Cal noun, you atarted fire of your cart through tbe public thoroughfare of 6as Franclaco manned by armed tbuga and rufflana who fired tight and left at rltlxena on the afreet without cauae or provocation, and not only were they hooting from the cara, but they were stationed on the roof of the atoeSiade hooting through the fence at lnof fenalre citizen on tbe at recta. "You apeak of the member! of the Cabmen's union as being lawleaa strlk ear, but iw w aak the public whi are the lawleaa the carmen of Fan Franclaco or Mr. Calhoun and hla thusrs? "The union has advised and orderel Iti member to preserve peace and order, but Mr. Calhoun aend out hit armed thuga and blackleg and orders them to ahoot rlaht and left regardleas of whom they kill or malm. One in spector of the United Rail road a boaata of emptying hla revolver through tbe fence and a a result of these reckleaa and unlawful acts twelre persona have been ahot wn like dogs. Mr. Cal houn Is res; . r.rlble for these unlawful acta. "He has scoured the eaatrrn cities for thugs, blackleg and criminals. He has brought them here and turned them loose on the unoffending public of San Franclaco and unlawful and criminal ahooting la the result. "In tbe name of peace and common tense. Mr. Calhoun, withdraw your gunflghters and do not continue to I provoke riot In our streets." PEACEFUL IN MORNING. to Both Sides. However, Continued , Hurl Oefianct. Pan Francisco, May 8 The street Wednesday morning were practically free of crowds, but both sides con tlnued to hurl defiance. Police mount' Tueaday. WATER FRONT CONDITIONS. PROVES A COSTLY AFFAIR Armed Guards and Mob, Including I It Hundreds of Woman. Hare Hot . Battle, and Several Persona Injured, On Dying. 8an Francisco, May 8. Tbe strike of the 1,700 union motormcn and con ductort of the United Railways de veloped Tuesday afternoon Into a riot In which more than a score of persons were aererely hurt, some were serere ly wounded and others hurt to a less itent TTl:30 o'clock the company mads Its first attempt to resume the oper atloa of Its system by sending out aeren paaaenger cars manned br be tween tniny and forty strike breaker wearing tbe uniform of car Inspect ors and each carry a tblrty-elght-cabl- oer reroirer strapped about hla waist outside his coat This start was made from the company's barns at Turk and Fillmore streets, where a crowd of from 8.000 to S.ouO men and boys had gathered. Twenty-seven policemen, fire mount ed officers and several sergeants, un der tbe command of Captain Moddy. were on patrol guard. The appear ance oi me cars in rlllmore street, from which they were switched Into Turk street, was the signal for an im mediate outburst of Jeers and howls. Before the cars bad gone one block they were mnde the targets of stones and brick. In a few minute every pane of clans had been smashed, and several of the armed operatives had been hit. cut and bruised. At Turk and Durbanan streets an especially fierce attack was made on the fore most car. A guard on the rear plat form answered the flying stones with pistol shot The bullet struck one of the union sympathizers In tht arm. This transformed the crowd Into a wild mood, and thenceforward for twelre blocks there was fierce fight ing. The strikers and their friends aided by hundreds of youthful hood lums. kept up a running shower cf missiles. The guards on board the cars responded with fusillade after fusillade of pistol shots. Eight men received bullet wounds. some of which will prove fatal. Amonj those thus injured are a detective gergeant and a patrolman. James Wslsh died from a wound. Finally a doren or more cf th guards were arrested by reserves from the central police station, nr.d a union crowd board the rearmost car and started It back to the barns. Arrivlns there, the strikers charged -that re rolver fire was opened upon thr-M from the barns. In this encouurr several more- men were shot A lion j union man threw the switch at the co ed and aroot were stationed at HI- ? i "n r wTT . tT- -V more and Tenth streets, the source cf tho ,.-ra le car shot into the si the rioting, to prevent people eongre- J1' nialmlng two men. whose narr. ,! ' have not been learned In the gian. .i. , . ' rx-de that followed a score of womer a.-.,,.. iuia im Kimuum , . .... . . .. , . , and tniinrcii on tae ouitkins oi x iv I mob in Fillmore were hurled to th I pavement and trampled uion. The apearance of relief sqtim! t- Parsons Coiiltr. j VJcrlis uaefesee mm4 Kttall. ' " Parsons & Hay, Prcpr'a Cerwer Main and Amtla Streets. jt Ji TtltfXaaa ZS7 Dryen, Texas Sfeaers t feces Simtm Selllers 4aetorM r I. i f a II v A modern and up-to-date Plant; Steam Power; latest Improved Carbonators and Bottle Washing Machinery) Sanitary and Perfect Filtration of Water and all other Equipments to be found only in First Clsxs Dcttllsj Plxst. Safe eec ar fee tmtlllmt tse Sal ef DR. PEPPER, COCA-COLA, ORCHERADE and CascadeGINGER ALE In Braros and Madison Counties, and a portion of Robertson County. A Liberal Shaia at the Public Palraaaga RetaeclMly Sallcked Longshoremen's Strlkt Mora Serious on Wednesday Than Ever. New York. May 8. Condition on the water front broucht about by the strike of the longshoremen were more serious Wednesday than erer, strikers number fully 10,000, and both sides are apparently firm In their de termination to stand firm. Nearly a score of companies hare agreed at a meeting to atand firmly together and fight the demands of tbe men. Thus far only two companies, the MaUorr line and the Southern Pacific com pany, hare made terma with the men Work has been resumed at tht freights piers of these companies. In other quarters a few hundred strikebreakers hare been engaged, br! eren with the assistance of the crew of various ships these men hart made but area!! Inroads In tht mountains of freight that art accumulating at all the Important shipping points. The big transatlantic ro ', f-werer are sending out tV- ' -s nearly on schedule time, but the strikers claim that these ressels are going awar "light." that Is. with only a small part of their uaual cargoes. Tht conciliation committee of tre Ctrlc Federation, of which Marcus M Marks Is chairman, tried to brfr about some arrangement by which conference could be arranged with Ylew to a settlement but neither tU represcntatlres of the companies nrt the strikers teemed to want arbitra tlon. and the committee met with dls eourageraent from tht strike leader? Tht temper of tht strikers wa hown Tuesday by an attack on forty strikebreakers near tht Cunard docks These men were badly mauled befor they could bt rescued by tht police. reinforce Police Captain Moddy's nn-r resulted about 8:4'i o'clock In the i av tlal dispersing of the crowd. j At Van Ness avenue a youth s , shot through the lur-KS. He pltche.1 forwsrd Intr the street whence he' i was lifted aud thrown on to a mattress i no , , . .. .... v,ij lu a mruiiuir inu. ut? iimi'--- to the emergency hospital. Still thv mob. checked but not dismayed ty tbo rain of bullets, kept up a runnlrr pursuit of the slowly moving cr.r atoning them and cursing the guard Just beyond Van Ness avenue tbe first squad of police arrived In a pa trol wagon. The mob atoned then: too, but presently desisted on telc? Implored by union pickets, who shout ed frantically: "Boys, dont hit the cops; they are our friends:" Mr. Mullaly said that when the at torneys of thme United Railways Us Ited the central police station to re quest the admittance to ball of the trtkehrMkrs under arrest for shoot ing strikers and their sympathlteit Chief of Police Dlnan said: "To morrow I shall arm tht police with rifles. If any atrikebreaker stars any shooting from tht cara they will bt shot In turn by the police.' "I can hardly credit this statement." added Mr. Mullaly. "but f comes to tr.e direct and authentically." Thirteen strikebreakers were arrest ed. Three of them were released on ball, and the remainder were he!J awaiting developments. A bullet penetrated the abdomen c Tom Buchanan, a striker, and per forated the intestine twentytwi times. Jame Walsh died at the emergency hospital. He was a strike sympathizer. AND ALL KIXCS UF UdjOODg) naa We are receiving New Stock every day, and are prepared to handle your orders. We want on opportunity to fifure with you before you buy, and if we don't deliver the goods for less money the fault is ours. Phono 143 s ARE A NECEOOITY Therefore we have made combs a study. People appreciate a good comb and that Is why OURS SELL AT QIQHT ' DRUGGIST Youth Suicides. Philadelphia, May, 8 In his at tempt to hold up. with the aid cf n companion, two rVolley conductors lr West Philadelphia, and fearing that he had killed a policeman In tils e.' fort to escape, Harold 8. Jones, seed Sixteen years, ahot and killed hlms.-l: Tessa Man Marshal. Los Angeles. May 8. Festival of Flowers wss participated In by lo. 000 Shrincrs. J. T. Hunter of Dallas. Tex., was grand marshal. THOUSANDS ASSEMBLED. Lon Angeles Thronged With Nobles of tht Myotic Shrine. Lo Angeles, My 8 Thousand were present at the opening session f the Imperial council of the Mystic Phrlnes. Officers and representative were escorted from the Alexandra ho tel to the Scottish Rite cii "edml where exercises were held by the -Aral and Redoln patrols in full unifort.. The procession was over a milt Ion.; r ? Complete Line.. i sr Carbon Paper Typewriter Paper end Ribbons J. 0. BATTS Real Estate Agent. Office in Taliaferro Building. Opposite Court House. Phone 37. Have in omce the ONLY set of AbMrsct Books of Brsios County Land Titles. FOR SALE Two brick building's on Bryan street, 50 by feet PRICE, $5000.00 w. q. joii::go:j . . AGENT FOR . SINGER SEWING MACHINES BRYAN. TEXAS SoU ea easy ssta1lMat. - N . JA M HT TA . . First Class Eoot and Shot Repairing All work neatly dont and satisfaction ruai anteed. Look for tht Red Hoot sign. Neit to Jamas it Kuan. BRYAN. TEXAS .-: ;i U r V