Newspaper Page Text
THIRTEENTH YEAR BRYAN, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21 M8, NlMEZR 37 M t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II II II 1 1 1 II I til 1 1 1 1 II H H 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 PACIFIC COAST AD MEN ILLINOIS CORN GROWERS t A' t Canned Fruits and Vegetables For Sale only by ut. IIOWF.LL & NEWTON !!'!COlOiATED Phones 23 and 150 SHIPPING RATE CASE Chicago, III., Jan. 20. Much Interest centers la the complaint (Minneapo lis merchants against the Doaton ft Maine and other railroads, which baa been aet for bearing before the Interatate Commerce Conitnlaalon here today. The caae Involve tha question whether the railroad have the right to raise ratea on the shlp ment of goods from the East by way of the Great I-akes to Mlnneapolla, o aa to Include marine Insurance. 'mi mm iiitMiiiiiimiiniiiiiiiiMHUi I III & I II MM II IMft i 1907 1908 I THANK YOU I desire to thank ry friends for a very successful year, notwithstanding tne fact a part of the year has been characterized by very serious financial depression. I desire to extend to each and every one my best wishes for a joyous Christmas and happy New Year. GEO. A. ADAMS INSURANCE Phone 2G5 Tmimmmmummmmiih mimmmmmmmmmmm CHAMPION BICYCLISTS Kansas City. Mo.. Jan. 20. Pre- "tiling an array of champion bicy clist, such aa baa never before been mm.u In the Went, the Drat of a ae rie of races for the American long distance cbamplonnhf? waa started In Convention Hall this afternoon. It Is to be a six-day, eight-hour, con test. Hoot. Fcgler. Moran. Downing and others who took part In the re cent six-day rare in New York are among the contestants. PLAN MODEL LIQUOR LAW Louisville, Jan. 20. Alarmed at the wave of prohibition that baa re cently awept the country, leading brewers, distillers and liquor dealers will meet here In conference tomor row, to discuss the attualion. The leTlflc iiurpose, aa aet forth In the call for the conference, Is to place the trade aright before the American press and public, and to offer to so ciety a model license law as the solution of the great problem of reg ulating the liquor traffic. I FT MINERS' CONVENTION Indianapolis. Ind. Jan. SO. The beadquarters-offlcera fof the United Mine Workers of America have com pleted all the arrangements for the nineteenth annual national conven Uo of the organization, which will be called to order at 10 o'clock to morrow morning In TomllasDn Hall. The convention will be a most repre sentative one, more than 100.000 or ganized men being represented President John Mitchell, who declin ed re-election on acount of 111 health, will turn over the presidency to bis successor. WI 8. II DE VOIR GROCER o o tYUYTKJM ICE BIST PRICIS ALWAYS lOUiST Mil 9:0 . EH PIIGNE 142 . t UNITE BUILD ING UNIONS Washington, Jan. 20. Matters of more than usual lmimrtance to or ganized labor are to be considered and acted upon at the meeting begun at headquarters today by the execu tive council of the American Federa tion of Labor. Many disputes among rival unions are to be settled, but most important of all will be the changes to be made in administration. One of these will be the permanent organization of the uew building trades department, preliminary plans of which were discussed at a meet ing held In New York some weeks ago. The new department la to em brace all the building trades' unions in the country. In accordance with the proposal made at the last annual meeting of the Federation at Nor folk. It Is said that the new or ganlzatlon will have a membership of over 1,000.000. PLANS PUB LIC OWNERSHIP London, Jan. 20. Publls ownership aud control of all the meant of life occupies the foremost place In the likt of topics scheduled for discus sion at the eighth annual conference of the IlrltUh Labor Party, which be gan at Hull today, to contniue until Thursday., The Amalgamated Socie ty of Engineers, probably the larg est and wealthiest labor body in the ' world, will introduce one of the most j definite and far-reaching propositions j looking to public ownership. It has been framed in the followinr terms: "That, In the opinion of this con ference, the time has arrived when the Labor party should bave aa a definite object, the socialization of the means of production, distribu tion and exchange, to be controlled by a democratic atate In the Interest of the entire community, and the com plete emnaclpation of labor from the domination of capitalism and land lordism, with the establishment of social and economic equality between the sexes." Oakland, Cat., Jan. 20. A conven tion of the Pacific Coast Ad. Men'a Association opened In this city today and will continue In session until Thursday. The gathering la the larg est of Its kind ever held In this part of the country. Numerous delegates are present from various parts of California, Washington, Oregon and Idaho. During Its sessions, the as sociation will discuss every phase of the advertising business and will give especial attention to methods for ad vertising the commercial and other advantages of the Pacific coast re gion. Itetween business sessions the delegates will be treated to liberal entertainment provided by the news papers and commercial organizations of Oakland. Never before In the history of Bry ana January "White Tag" Sale. La dles, keep the date before you. 36 WILSON A DERDEX. The Store Ahead." . Urbana. III.. Jan. 20. Tn annaal Cora Growers and Stockmen's Cosy ventlon opened today at the Univers ity of Illinois, to last two weeks. Tho attendance la unusually large. Prom inent farmers from all part of Illi nois are 'present. The aeaslon opened with Instruc tion In farm mechanics and milk testing, followed by lectures on com Judging and general stock Judging. TEN CHINAMEN ON TRIAL Boston, Jan. 20. Ten Chinamen were placed on trial In Boston today on the charge of murder. The charg es are the outcome of the bloddy Tong" riot last August, which re sulted In the killing of four or five members of the Chinese colony. COAL! COAL! ! COAL! ! ! The best McAlllstsr Coal at IS.M). 4 BRYAN ICE CO. DEMOCRATIC ARRANGEMENTS Denver. Col., Jan. 20. Members of the sub-committee of the Democratic j National Committee arrived In Den ver today, to Ijo' over the arrange ments being made far the National Convention to be held here In July.! The seating arrangements and deco rations of the Convention Hall, facili ties for the convcnlnce of the news paper and telegraph men and the hotel accommodations are among the matters to be looked over by the committeemen. , INDIANA UNIVERSITY Bloomlngton, Ind.. Jan. 20. Alum ni and friends of Indiana University gathered here In force today to take part In the Foundation Day exercises, which this year have been arranged on a more elaborate scale than ever before. Founded In 1920. with a corps of half a dozen teacher j and a hand ful of atudenta, the university now boasts of an enrollment ol more than 1.500 students and a faculty of seventy-five members. At the commence ment exercises in June, the univers ity l!l dedicate a new 1 100.000 libra ry building. The Absolute Safety of Oour Deposit In any National Bank depends largely on the financial worth and responsibility of the shareholders of aald bank. U. S. Statutes provide that shareholders may be assessed to the amount of thtlr individual stock, but provide no way of collecting from shareholders who are not financial ly responsible. Your deposit in The City National Bank is guaranteed by the following shareholder: Mrs. 0. H. Astin. E. H. Astin, Mrs. Mary A. Cole, J. N. Cole. J. W. English. O. 8. Johnson, M. Parker Estate, C S. Parker J. K. Parker, Mrs. Nannie Rohde, t A. W. Wllkeraon, Mrs. M. M. Zimmerman Shareholders Responsibility $1,500,000.00 Year Deposit is Solicited Upon the Basis of Absolute Security G. ft. PARKER, President, E. H. ASTIN, Vice-President. A. W. WILKEHSON, Cashier, E. W. CRENSHAW, Ass'L Cashier. COMING! . COMING! . COMING! TWO BIG SPECIAL SALES UN ONE Keep your Eye on the Day and Date: Commencing Thursday, Jan. 23 Continuing Through Saturday, February 1st In this sale we will sacrifice every dollar's worth of Winter Dry Goods, Men's and Women's Ready-made Clothing.Hats, Shoes. No- JMO. 1 tions.Drcss Goods.Bcd Coverings.Etc, Etc., at Slaughtering Prices Sale We will inaugurate two great Sales ?P January White Sale. Never before have the ladies been accorded an J, n opportunity of buying Sew Embroideries, Laces, Muslin Underwear, Im NO. 2 ensYWhite Lawns, Waistings, Etc. AT PRICES AWAY BELOW VALUE ct the Season's opening. We are determined to make this Sale a record breaker, therefore $1,500.00 WORTH OF CRISP, NEfV GOODS we are receiving daily will be placed on bargain tables atthe buyers' mercy, EXTRA SPECIAL! - Watch the "Hour Sales"Bargalns unmatchable during special hour sales each day. Look for the White Tags. They mean Dollars for You.