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NUMBER 273 BKYAN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 21 1V08 THIRTEENTH YEAR V 1 ft ((( .toil FOR MEN Not a better suit on earth than the, one we have on display at this price. Its a Schloss Suit of course. 'fill r Stetson -Hats In every colof, shape, and shade that is at all wnrn by the "dressed up" men: $7,50 down. A dead swell Hat at $2.00 ft Hltl nlU THAT MEN WEAR Must be up-to-date and have the good qualities of wo.th, ease and style; or else they are soon forgotton. The HA NAN SHOE has stood the critical test of the best dressers and hardest wearers for many yearswand still holds the highest esteem of all. Price $7.50 to $5.50 tours IIOS Bacon rresi stock Alwais I uu Howell & Newton PIOUS 23 Hi ISO I PIERCE'S POSITION. If Apyearing- at St. Lou'a Will Be Taken to Austin. Austin. "Oct 20. District Attorney James R. Hamilton, who has charge of the prosecution of Henry Clay Pierce In the event he is brought back to Texas, said that unless Pierce surrenders in court at St. Louis, his 140,000 bond will be declared for feited, as the action of the United States supreme court remands Pierce back to the St. Louis court. If Pierce goes back to St. Louis then he will be held until the arrival of Sheriff Matthews from here and Pierce will be brought back to stand trial. In the event Pierce refuses to go to St Louis and remains in Massachusetts District Attorney Hamilton said that a new requisition will be Issued by the governor of Texas on the governor of Massachusetts for the extradition of Pierce. Mr. Hamilton also said that In the trial of Pierce on the false swearing charge It will be necessary to show connection between Standard Oil and Waters-Pierce companies as that is the basis on which Pierce was in dicted. Officals here declined to ex press themselves on the outcome of the trlaL Sheriff Matthews ha received no word from St. Louis or Washington as to the case. Again Arrested. Waco, Oct. 20. Following El Pap- Instructions, where the FecWal grand Jury indicted Antonio Araujo, an al leged Mexican revolutionist, on a charge of violating the neutrality laws, Araujo was re-arrested here on the El Paso warrant and will be taken to a9u Antonio for trial. Other cases were transierred to the Del Rio dis trict. ' Will Hunt In Texas. Austin, Oct. 20. Chief Quanah Parker, the famous Indian chief, now at Cache, Okla. is coming to the happy hunting grounds of Texas to hunt. Game Warden Iorance received a remittance of $120 In payment of eight non-resident hunters' licenses for Chief Parker and seven other In dian braves and chiefs. Parker says In his letter that he will go direct to Quanah, Hardeman county, from which point the hunting expedition will start. Quanah is prominently identified with Texas history and was born in Wichita county. Placed Under Bond Anderson. Tex.. Oct 20. L. O. Barnes, charged with killing Cecil and E. L. Hall at Bedias. thirty miles north of here, were placed under $2,500 bail on his examining trial tr day. Barnes was also wounded. Barnes and Cecil Hall quarreled and the latter men met at E. L. Hall's store after the latter fell, the bullet carrying away part of the lip and teeth. The parties are prominent. Headquarters at Dallas. Lockhart, Tex.. Oct. 20. Chairman Storey of the state Democratic execu tive committee has anounced he will maintain headnuarters at the Oriental hotel, Dallas. Nov. 3, and requests all county chairmen to send returns that night. All members of the committee are asked to attend. Head Completely Severed. Ennls, Tex., Oct. 20. Andy Welsh, aged eighty years, long a Houston and Texas Central employe, lately retired, attemtped to crawl under a freight train In the yards Tuesday when cars started. His head was complete!" severed. He leaves an aged widow and son, the latter being at Cleburne. Dowager Queen Consents. London, Oct. 20. A special dispatch received here from Rome says Mar' gherita, dowager queen of Italy, has at last consented to the marriage of Duke of Abruzzl and Miss Katherine jSlklns. Kin; Victor Emmanuel's pres ent to the b-ide-to-be, according to the same source will be a 'diamond tiara valued (ft $100,000. CABOOSE BLOWN AWAY. Unprecedented Accident Hap pen to Train. Cheyenne, Wyo., Oct. 20. As the reault of an unprecedented accident on the Union Pacific at Lone Tree Creek, thirty miles west of Cheyenne iz laborers are known to be dead, while twenty-five or thirty others were badly injured, many seriously. A terrific gale picked up the caboose of a work train, tore it away from its couplings and carried it over the edge of a fill. It dropped thirty feet wjtb IU forty occupants, nearly all of whom were section laborers, and the men were piled up among the wreckage when It landed. "BEERLESS LEADER." Prohibition Candidate So Terms Him self at New Haven. New Haven, Conn., Oct. 20. "The Democratic 'platform Is like a Mother Hubbard dress, it covers everything and touches nothing," said Eugene W. Chafln. Prohibition candidate for pres ident, here. "The Prohibition platform comprises only 321 words. This is the ninetieth day(of my campaign. I've made on an average of five speeches a day and covered twenty-five states, speaking everywhere to splendid audiences. I've hada fine time and I've gained five pounds. If the campaign lasted long enough, I'd weigh as much as Taft. There are seven of us running for president. Did I 6ay seven? I mean six.i The Socialist labor candidate is in the penitentiary. He'a not run ning. They call him the 'Cheerless Leader.' he Is. He's in jail. Then there's the 'Fearless Leader'; that Taft The 'Peerless Leader;' that's Bryan, and last of ail there's the 'Beer less Leader;' that's me ' , Dead Man Was Prominent Nashville, Oct: 20. R. Z. Taylor, who was killed Monday night, was the father of the well-known Vander bilt football star, Hillsman Taylor, who was married to Miss Katherine Taylor, daughter of Senator Robert Taylor, last fall. Captain Rankin was also a prominent lawyer of Trenton. He was captain of a military company is the Spanish-American war and served In Cuba with distinguished ability. Galveston Cotton Receipts. Gaivfston. Oct. 20. Net cotton re ceipt Monday were 22,538 bales. Foully Murdered. Trenton. Tenn., Oct. 20. Captain Qulnten Rankin, a leading lawyer, was taken from a hotel at Walnut Log on Reel Foot lake and foully mur dered and Colonel R. Z. Taylor who was with him, has not been found. A message states a man's body had been found near where Captain Ran kin was found, supposed to be Taylor's. Reward For Murderers. Memphis, Oct. 20. Governor Pat Patterson has offered a reward of $10,000 for the arrest of the persons guilty of the murder of Colonel Tay lor and Captain Rankin on Heel Foot lake. A DEPOSITORY of STRENGTH and PERMANENCE TESE CETY NATIONA BANK II G.rS. PARKERfF' A. W. WILKERSON J. W. ENGLISH E. H. ASTIN J. K. PARKER J. N. COLE No account"tooJsmall to receive the most courteous attention. Writ Dismissed. Pittsburg, Oct 29. Judge Young Tuesday dismissed the writ of habeas corpus In the Thaw case. This means that Thaw will not be brought here at present. ; Prussian Parliament Opens, Berlin, Oct. 20. The Prussian par liament was opened Tuesday by King. William. Colonel Tucker Improving. Hot Springs, Ark., Oct 20. Colonel William F. Tucker is improving. Elgin Butter Sales. Elgin, 111., Oct. 20. Butter sales past week were 675,700 pounds. Picture Torn Down. - Fort Worth, Oct. - 20. Texaa post masters met in the city hall. They refused to be called to order until a portrait of Thomas L. Hisgen, presi dential candidate of the Independence party, had been torn down from the wall. Sixty attended. Postmaster Tu flof of Grand Prairie, being the only Democratic official present Large Cattle Sale. Ardmore, Oct 20. J. B. Wall of this city sold to Percy Webb of Ryan 600 two and three-year-old steers. The consideration Is private. The cattle will be taken to Webb's pasture, near Ryan. EXTRA SPECIALS For Monday and Tuesday's .. Selling .. SlUiS Our $1.25 yard wide Black, 'guaranteed Taffeta Silk; special Monday QQp and Tuesday J SJ Our $1.50 extra heavy, yard wide, guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk; fl 1 Special Monday and Tuesday ' tJJAaaVsJ Our 50c 27 inch Habuti Silk "Washable," the won't split kind. 2Qp All shades sJ Our 65c yard wide Habuti China Silk; excellent grade; all shades Our $1.00 quality, yard wide colored changeable Taffeta Silk, an Qp excellent petticoat silk J SJ Try Nemo Self Reducing Corsets. $2.50 and 3.00 GINGHAMS . AND STAPLES 10 pieces fancy light colored Ginghams, 10c kind; Mynday and Tues 8c Amoskeag Staple Ginghams JFq 10c fancy Percals, pretty effects 82C 7c soft finish Bleached Domestic, yard wide All standard Calicoes, 6c kind Come early Monday and avail yourself of these extra good tilings. ' A. J. WIT . 11 11 i'fi' 11 1 I in; apmcd H I 11 HI III I U B1 111 I B I II I. V V aha HI w v n A IVI-1 1 H I Vv V Jfr- ; T LSQN & BE KB EE PHONE 129 . J. .