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1 V 1 & 4j $ g $ 11 &3 fea re . $1 Consider the Advantage Baggies Saddlery Harness Furniture Undertaking wc OF having an opportunity to select from the immense and Up-To-The-Minutc Stock carry in all lines. Unsurpassed in Any City in Central Texas Buchanan-Moore Company Hons of law, and all prosecutions are to be under his direction. There are some other Iohs Import ant provisions, chiefly matters of de tail. In ItH entirety the measure seems to be the result of careful study and a thorough knowledge of the situation. MEDAL FOR EXPRESSION. Dr. J. L. Fountain and E. J. Fountain Offer Priie toh W. C. Pupils. FOUND FLOATING E Corpse of Woman at Foot of a Chicago Street BODY NEARLY HEADLESS. . . . . . . . a very iiuiiumuBio Kf,i(i m.-ilul wan placed on exIiiblttHt'Juo. M. Cald wells Jewelry store yesterday, und Iihh been offered by Dr. J. L. Fountain and Mr. K. J. Fountain to the pupil In the school of KxpreHsion of the Tex hs Woman's College who shows the greatest progress. There will doubt leHH be n spirited con(et;t for the honor. Utter Absence of Wearing' Apparel la Believed by tha Police Department le Establish tha Fact That tha Victim' Wat Foully Murdered, The Daily Eagle Entered at the Postofflce In Bryan, Texas, as second class matter. BY CANNES A WALLACE BRYAN, TEXAS, JANUARY 22. 1908 ' THE FOWLER BILL. The Eagle has heretofore made mention of the fact that Mr .Fowler, cLairuian of he House Committee on Banking and Currency, has Introduc ed a bill, the objects of which are to guard against the recurrence of financial panics by providing for an elastic currency, and to guarantee all deiioslts and note issues. H pro vides for the location of bank note redemption fcgt-nrles, so numerous and so distributed, that every nation al bank shall be within twenty-four hours of one of them. The banks tributary to each agency shall organ ize bank note rediptlon districts, ' each having a ooifrd of seven mana gers elected by the bunks, each bank having one vote. Kadi lioard shall elect a chairman who shall be , ex-oftl do, a deputy' comptroller of the cur rency, and shiill receive a salnry ofj fC.000 per year, lie shut! have In i his district the authority of the comp troller, and shall act as receiver In cases of any failure In his .llstrlit. The bourd of examiners Is to inert monthly, and one Imimrtant pun of Its duties Is to appoint ami direct rnt many bunk examiners as may be nec essary In flie district. Provision Is made for each bank to retire Its bond-secured note cl lulntlon. after which If may Issu "national bank guaranteed credit notes," equal to its peld-up Vapita-. without depositing t'tilted States hoiu.4. satisfactory arrangements b--tbg made for the redemption of such notes In gold coin or Its equivalent. Any bank may Issue these credit notes in excess of Its capital, pro vided the board of managers gives Its approval. Every bank Is required to have on detoslt with the national treasurer, gold coin equul to 5 kt cent of Its circulation. When .the total of these deitoslts amounts to $23,000,000, the bonds now on deposit to secure circulation will be returned to the banks to which they belong, and thereafter banks holding govern ment detoslts shnll pay two mt cent Interest thereon. Hanks are also re quired to pay, send annually, 1 per cent upon the average amount ' of notes In circulation. The C per cent gold dcjioslted. the 5 per cent paid on note-Issues, the In terest on government deioslts, and the ivo per cent paid on national bank guaranteed credit noti. In cir culation, will constitute a general guarantee fund to secure Individual deposits, bank uotes, bank dcoslts and government deposits, and to puy all expenses of maintaining the bank note redempton agencies, the expense of bank examinations and the expen ses of members of the boards In the discharge of their official duties.' Eighty per cent of the guaranty fund Is to be Invested In United States bonds, and the other 20 er cent with the various redemption COUNTY COURT MATTERS. The following business has been transacted In the county court: (eorge Webb, colored, charged with carrying pistol; acquitted. l.uin unliook , colored, charged with carrying pistol, acquitted. deorge Crawford, colored, charged with an affray; appeal from Justice court; convicted and fined $10.00. Hues Thompson, colored, plead guilty in a pistolase and wus lined $100.00. Jarrett Cravens, colored, charged with gaming; plea of guilty; fine of $10.00. Hud Curley. charged with lug a pistol, was acqulted. Ed Williams, colored, charged with carrying pistol, Is now on trial. carry- CENTRAL LEAGUE MEETING. rort Way!., Ind., Jan. 21. The Central league magnates convened In annual session here today, and before they adjourn It Is exacted that all Important business relative to open- agencies, ine guaranteed creuti notes ing up the season or 1908 will have are to be received In payment of all been disused of. This will Include dues to the United States and also the circuit changes already decided In payment of obligations o.' the Unl- uou, and arrangements for the sea ted States for salaries debts and oth er demands. All banks will be re required to receive them on depottlt and for all debts and liabilities. nunks not located in a reserve city are required to keep on hand lawful money equal to at least 2- per cent of their guaranteed credit uotes in circulation. Those In the reserve cit ies must keep o:i hand not less than l. Mr cent of such circulation. This provision, however. Is nuxlilled by a proviso ullowlng banks tint In a re serve city to keep 4 per cent of their reserves In cash deposits In a re serve city, and banks doing business In reserve cities may kocp 4 cr cent of their reserve funds In a cen tral reserve city. The amount deisisited with the United States treasurer sluill be con sidered a part of the reserve fund and each bank shall receive Interest for its deKislt at the rate of one Mr cent Hr annum. UNin going out of business, a bank must puy alt Its liabilities In full before It can receive back Its advance made to the guaranty fund. One-tenth of the loss resulting from a bank failure shall be borne by the banks In the district to which It belongs, prorated according to their respective deKisits and note issues; and the other nine-tenths shall be borne by the general guaranty fund. After the first day of Juuuary, 1909, no bank will alowed to pay out bond secured bank notes, but all such are to be sent to the national treasurer for cancellation. Hanks are forbid den to count as a part of reserve guaranteed credit notes. Provisions are made for bunks to art us trustee, guardian or admin istrator, and for accepting savings bank accounts Hanks are forbidden to pay a higher rate of interest than two per cent on monthly balances, to issue demand time certificates for a shorter crlod than three months and to transfer said certificates or savings bnnk accounts to commercial accounts. Deputy comptrollers are required to reort to the comptroller all viola- son's schedule to be adopted at the spring meeting. All of the club own ers are pleased with the prospects and believe that the 'changes In the circuit will be for the general good of the league. A. ANC M. ALUMNI. A San Antonio special to tho Gal veston News says thvio h re' proba bly two hundie I g ni.'tyfC ot thy A. and .M. CilleKe In tli.TTclty. und that numbeiH of them hav organized for the puiHse of nldlng their ulma mater in such manner ns opimrtunlty iu uiiwmi. noil. i. i . j (i.id, now a lawyer of that city, nn.l prof. S. A. Mihenr, are prom! it In the move ment. Chicago, Jan. 21. Floating In the lake at the foot of Sixtieth street, the body of a woman has been found. Tho houy was almost headless and there was no clothing. An attempt will be made nt once to ascertain whether she drowned or wns thrown Into the water after being murdered. Tb tuck of clothing Is believed to Indicate murder. Two clenn cuts were found directly tinder tho heart. These cuts, the police assert, could not have been madn by me ire or nnytnin- olni,r thnn . knif,. or some whnrp Instrument. A gash nine mrii's long was also fouml nrn me aiiiiomcn. A few sfrnnds of blonde hair von found on the back or the nei k. The houy, weighing about 1311 pounds, hnd probably been In the wnter for two mon-hf. It Is estimated that sh wn atiout rive feet four Inches In helcht and between twenty-five and thirty-five years old. The hands nr: small and the .ntisetes aoft. which lends the iuw lice to believe that the woman was of the leisure class. MODEL LICENSE LEAGUE. First Annual Session Being Held at the Metropolis of Kentucky. Louisville, Jan. 21. The Model License league opened Its first annual session In the winter garden of the Seolbach hotel with a good attendance of delegates present from many parts of tho United States. The object of the convention Is f e adootlon of a a llqnor license law and Inauguration of a campaign for the enactment by the various legislatures and city gov ernments of a law for the purpose of the elimination of low saloons, re moval of saloons from politics by plac ing proprietors out of reach of "bossos" and number of saloons to eonfo;-m to a certain standard of popu lation. TVIogatFR Include legislators, brewers, distillers, state and city offi cials and publicists. The opening ses sion was devoted mainly to welcoming addresses and explanation of the pro posed model law. ' Association Formed. Tulsa. Okla., Jan. 21. Cattlemen In this section have organized the Tulsa Live dock (Growers' association. iM m IMWW IIIIIM Hts, EiTEEN HAM!! INSURANCE EXPERIENCE: li si tne etvke of thcie placing their liilne with m. I alo have the oldeit agency in the city sad rcpreent a line oi utuur naued companies. 1 nolicit y it patronage tor FIRE, ACCIDENT, HEALTH, PLATE CLASS and BOILER INSURANCl J Catebil and r.oii'pt attention tc all huine Intruded. ItTOVER ROHDE'G SALOON Office Phono 260 I T flTPIJEr I Residence Phone 213 J. I. ISfll I Ull.LL f t I 1 1 1 1 1 Hi 1 1 1 ! t mHMIIIIIIIHII"mWI HIIIHIMMMtl. I A HAPPY NEW YEAR Our friends and customers have our thanks for the ! generous patronage of the past, and wc cordially invite their continued favor and the patronage of others in the ... . tit future, with best wishes lor one ana all. Jf. H. JAMES s I I J I. FRUIT-CAKES Just RecthtdhtTtiientt tor Fruit-Cakes, Raiiint, Currants, Ctnn Lemon and Orange Petl, Figs Sktlled Nuts I Try a Box C. & B. Sugar Chips. Want to Be First Class. Outhrle. Jan. II Ada. Pun-ell and Haruhore want to be cities of the first class. HEIL WAS ACQUITTED. Deputy Sh,.,ff J. it. Hell of Crimes County, who shot and killed former th-piity Sheriff J. T. Junes In Xava- sola last year, has been acquitted of the charge of murder in the district court at Anderson. 8T0RE CLOSED TODAY. uur store will be closed today on 1 account of preparations for our great sale which begins tomorrow. Wilson & Derden. "The Store Ahead." 38 A. 8. CARSON. CIVIL KNCINKKK And Sl'UVEYOK. t Office with T. II. Hallo. Hesldence 'Phone No. i'S". GUV M. BOARD PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Office with V. II. Hudson Phone L'92, Dry an. Texas. Cucumber Cream For Chapping. Cucumber Cream cures chapped skin that is the only thine; it will do, but it dors it well. When your skin roughs up, peels, scales, Rett dry and harsh, CUCUMBER CREAM will soften it; makes it clear and smooth, and keeps it moist and fresh, o that the roughness will not recur. No grease or stickiness. 25c per Bottle ALL THK OTMKR KINDS, TOO. Em me I & Maloney DKUtiC.ISTS. Phone 66 FIVE HUNDRED FRAUS. Latest Escapade Eloping With Pastry Cook's Wife. Chicago, Jan. 21. Mrs. Amelia Jae- ger, who conducts a roomlnghnuse In Chlroxo, can claim one five-hundredths pnrt of the affection of Dr. Oeorge A W'lthoff, whose career of polygamy has Just been revealed by his arrest at Bristol. England. For a brief period she was. or supposed she was, Mrs. George A. Wlthoff. Then she lost, she says, not only the fractional part of Wlthorra love which she possessed. but also 131X1 which carelessly she had lert on her chirfonler. Like most of the other 499 brides Mrs. Jaeger wishes the multifarious bridegroom could be released from custody just long enough for her to bare a short rbat with him. "I would just like to meet Mm.h she ssld. with some feror. "I feel like I could pull his heart out." Mrs. Jseger Is forty-seven years old Ehe had been a widow fourteen years wnen in isos she .met Wlthoff. theo known as Anton Dobler. As soon as he lesrned she hsd money In the bank be Is said to have begun aa ardent courtship. They were married on Aug. 10. 1I0S. and five days later Wlth off disappeared along with the 1500 which his bride had drawn from a savings bank to start him In the sa loon business. He was said to have eloped to New York with Mrs. Adam Hemriech, wife of a pastry cook. WILLIAMS ELECTED SENATOR. Edmond F. Noel Alse Insugurated Governor of Mississippi. Jackaon. Miss., Jan. 21. In the two houses of the legislature Tuesday congressman John Shsrp Williams was elected to' the United 8tate aenate to succeed Hon. K. D. Money, whose term eiplres March 4. 1911. Edmond F. Noel was Inaugurated aa governor of Mississippi In the pres ence of one) of the largest crowds that baa ever assembled at the canltol. Your Linen Always has the best of care (and attention at The Bryan Steam LAUNDRY Give us the family washing. No delays. PHONE 141 W. O. Hearn, Propr' X i John M.Lawrence &CoA Phones 78 and 54. dHIIIIIIMIItMMIIIIIIIWIHIIUIIIOHIIIHHIHt i GRAND OPERA HOUSE no. R. Mike, Mgr. MM MMMMMtettaatstTf CQPELAhID BBWSBMSaitMSBVaMSBBSSSViVBBBSBWSBaHBBBSSBBBB STOCK COMPANY. One Week 2 Commencinf lon Qfl Monday.. .JQIIaCV I Good Plays! Good Specialties j Popular Prices j 15, 25 and 35 Cents t a 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 V!N0L Is the Lcst'tonic you can take after an attack of la grippe. E. J. JENKINS Insure in tr.t SOUlHrVESTErN LIFE INSURANCE CO. ol Dallas, Tex. Why' Bcaute it i a Trxa? company, hat ample Capital and Surplus and will teep Teiat money In Teat. Joe B. Kerd will eplaln the different plana ind .alee, and can alto write Accident and Sick Benefit Insurance in neat compa nies and give you juit what you want, and you will know what you are art 'ng. Eery man snd woman ander 50 yean, in good health, thou Id J ln FRIENp-IN-NEF.D SOCIETY. Msny sre now enjoying the benenti from Life Inn rsncs that would sot If act fcr my efforts. Joe B. Roed V. B. Hudson Dryat?. Texas. W. .Wilson Franklin, Tex. HUDSON. 4 .WILSON - Attorneys-atLaw Bryan and franklin, Texas. Will practice In county, stats and fed eral courta. Special attention to business In Draios and Rob inson counties. 4 FOR SA.C 1476 acres of land in the Moses Hughes survey, near Edge. Price and terms reasonable. Halt acre of land with Improve ments, one block eaat of my borne. Two email farms adjoining each other, consisting of SO and 40 acres respectively; each In cultivation and well Improved; situated three miles west of Bryan, on Baady Point road. V. B. HUDSON. DR. J. F. EAVES Physician and Surgeon Special attention to Rectal Diseases) and Dlseaaes of men Office 'phone 60; Residence 'phone 153 J. W. BATTS REAL ESTATE AGENT Otlce Id Taliaferro Building. Op poelte Court House. Phone 37. Have In office the only set of Abstract Booka of Braxoa County Und Titles. FOR SALE. Modern cottage In southeast part of town; alt rooms, hall and bath roomj half block ground; good outhouses; gaiden; cistern and dug we'L Prlcn 2'1'00- J. V. BATTa T H EW 1 L L 1 1?0G ilT Mrs. W. F. Miller, Prop'r. 114)0 per day ,5.00 per week .71 i v .. 4 '