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v: I - -1 w !4 I- V rpan morning NUMBER 281 BRYAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 30 11 THIRTEENTH YEAR FAIR TRIAL AT AUSTIN. Halite " i i ii Men's HA TS We Take Pride Over 200 Men's Hats in Greys, Browns, Taupe and Black; re- i mainders of our $3.00 and $3.50 j lines, but only ! one or two of a j kind, if you can find your fit pick your choice, each $1.65 in presenting Marigold flour. Its enviable record for uniform high quality and exceptional satisfaction to our customers has increased our confidence in it and it has the con fidence of the most discriminating flour buyers in Bryan! I Howell & Newton (INCORPORATED) . Phones 23 ancM50 1 r- Taft-Chanler Leag -backed by JO the Rep&iLA.tJ- ! SO INTIMAtES MR. MACK. Men's Shoes $4.00 w At this price we have a shoe that, we will put up Tside by side with any :p.0U"shoe ' you can find j this shoe comes J in vici, patent colt, or box calf, j extension sole, military heel and new swing sole, it will save you $1.00 on your shoe bill. He Is Also of the Opinion That the Presence of Former Senator Hill at Bryan Meeting In Albany Will Have a Beneficial Re5u.1t New York, 6ct. 2 It. Democratic Na tional Chairman Mack declare liis belief thai an Investigation of the Tuft and Clianlcr Husiness Men's league, which is peeking to serine the election f Taft for president and Cbanlcr for governor, would show ii Is being fi nanced by the Republican national committee. The league, said Mr. Mack, is circulating some ballots showing bow to split the ticket and extensively advertising in the local press advising the election of Taft and Chanler. None of tlie nsular democratic organizations, asserted Mr. Mack, are behind this movement, to'hottu pr6hio?rs have carefully avoid ed their Identity in the campaign. The national chairman declared the twa ranee of former Governor Hill wit fi Hryan at the meeting In Albany will 'undoubtedly have a good effect In bringing old-line Democrats Into the ranks again. , Hamilton Will Resit Change of Venue 'Action. Austin, Oct. 29. District Attorney Hamilton of this county, who will have the prosecution of Henry Clay I'ierr e when the cane comes up for trial Nov. 9, says that Pierce can get fair trial here and he will strenuously reslHt any efofrls made to get a change ol venue. It is expected a number ol former state officials and others will be called on to testify. The Flskville school trustee case came up before Justice Moore, but was cot Untied to Nov. lo, on applica tion nf the state, on account of the absence of the governor and State Su perintendent Cousins. litis is ue case wherein Charles I). Morris, one of the Fiskville school trustees, ia charged with violating the state text book law. Attorney raulk Tor aeiensn told the court that the charge bad been K-.'iL'lit iii order to bring in the court the proceedings of the textbook board. The attorney general's department rules that a member of an executive committee, whether state, county or city, of any political party, is not pro hibited from acting as election Judse or other election officers, under the Terrell election law, at the coming election. COMMITTEEMAN RESIGNS. In Memory of Sternburg. Washington. Oct. 29. A beautiful memorial service, ajtended by bril liant assemblage of 'representatives of, all branches of official life ut Washington whs held Thursday in memorv of the late Kreiher Sneek von J J-Venibiirg, Gennaii ambassador to ,the I'tilted1 State, who died, at HeJdH ; berg Aug. 2.1. 1'residenl and' Mrs. j Roosevelt, member's of bis cabinet, diplomatic representatives of all na ! tions, members of the Rupi'me court I of the 1'nlted States hlph officials of the government and officers' army navy and marine corps, fuany of whom were accompanied by their wives, were present, " -, Cows Interfere With Parade. New York. Oct. 2!). Five cows on their way to their homes In Brooklyn came near breaking up the Republi can parade on the way to the Taft meeting at Madison Square Garden Wednesday night. The cows were be Id( driven along Fifty-seventh street and at the corner of Sixth avenue came In contact with the parade mov ing toward the garden. The bands, the yelling and the red fire caused consternation among the cows and with their heads on they charged the marching Republicans. The marchers scattered in every direction and It was not until the police and the man that owned the rows rounded up the frightened animals that the parade continued. No one was Injured. LEWIS S. CHANLER No True Bill Returned! Dallas. Oct. 29. The grand jury re turned no true bill against Paul George, who shot and killed Charles Davis, another negro. George claim ed )ais outraged his two little daugh ters, also attempted to kill him when he sought his arrest. In Doing So Merrill Scores the Inde pendence Party. Kansas City, Oct. 29. J. L. Woods Merrill of Kansas City, national com mitteeman for the Missouri Inppenj. , nee party, has resigned his position. in a, letter forwarded William Ran dolph Hearst, national chairman, Mer rill says in part: 'This will notify you that t with drawal all relations or connections as naitonal committeeman for Missouri with the executive board of the In dependence party, not wishing to have my name connected with any parfy or persons who puhasH or otherwise obtain correspondence stolen by oth er persons for publication to the de'ri ment or downfall of other persons, .of the upbuilding of yourself or the In dependence party. Also I do not Wish my name' CQjjnected with a party whose affiliation3"are so closely iden tified iwth other parties and whose only aim is to help defeat Bryan: In my belief the Independence party re ceive, campaign money from Republi can feources." -t c Mr. Merrill asserts Bryan and the Standard Oil company have been the party's only campaign issues. Hatfield Case a Puzzle. San Jose. 'Cal., Oct. 29. The case of William Hatfield is a puzzle. After three days of unremitting Invest tlon. dnrinfe this time he has be- ' viewed by scores of people who kn James C- Dunham more or less I; -1 mately, it Is generally believed ' j prisoner Is not Dunham. While H field is frank in many nf his repV to interrogatories the sheriff and ' trict attorney believe he Is anxious ' evade answering some questions r latlng to his past life. He has. hov ever, claimed his mother is living with his uncle, Thomas Hatfield, near Knox ville, Tenn., and steps to eerily this statement will Immediately be taken. McAfee, the Texas officer who ar rested Hatfield, steadfastly maintains hat the man Is Dunham. A DEPOSITORY of STRENGTH and PERMANENCE TE2EICETY NATIONAL BANES G. S. PARKER A. V. WII.KKRSON J. W. ENGLISH k H. ASTIN f. K. PARKER J. N. COLE No account tco small to receive the most courteous attention. Hawley Awarded Damages. Sherman. Tex., Oct. 29. In the Fifty-ninth district court H. J. Hawley, a brakeman. was awarded damages in the sum of alleged $14,583 against the Katy railway for personal damages. Pays Its Taxes. Austin. Oct. 29. Southwestern Tele graph and Telephone company paid $12,445 taxes on $829,726 gross re ceipts for quarter ending Sept. 30. Tax Is 1 1-2 per cent. Dynamite and Rob Safe. Iredell, Tex., Oct. 29. Burglars dy namited the safe in the establishment of J. M. Carlton. They secured $300 in rash and checks valued at. $7,00". r Confers at McKinney. McKinney, Tex.. Oct. 29. Colonel Harry Taylor of Mineral Wells is here conferring with a railroad com mittee relative to extending the. Min eral Wells and Northern railway through Decatur and Denton to Me-. Kinney. NEW S. HIPMEmS Just Opened and Now on Sale Drew Selby Shoes New lasts and styles jn Pattent Jand Via Kid material priced at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50,. Grace, comfort and durability has madejthis America's most popular shoe for women. Ladies Oxfords A new shipment of Ladies Oxfords and and comfortable styles are now in stock nt $2.00 $2.50 and $3.00. Ladies ca we have your stse.- ' i j v CONf" FORGET TO MAKE YOUg f - - PHONE 129 . . 7 7 i y :i8 i '4 II . king. I M I mm I B Munsig Underwear fj Childrtn, Form FiUinUQ co" Cotton we Are for this High Class It 1 .0 1 Ol M .