BRYAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 7
A fellow bought
a suit the other
day paid $20
utes later he
walked by our
store arid saw
one, of our $20
menVs suits pric
ed at - $15.
is a wise
Om THAT PIE
Bat a vi a For a mince meat that is
Howell '2r RJewton
Phones 23 and 150
simply immense, don't
mince matters by delay
ing your order. : :
OATAVIA WET -MINCE MEAT IS
mt rnuuwtai kli uf pakticu-
iAFT'S IP J " TEXAS.
.lays No Arrangements Are to
Be Made This Winter.
OWNS NO LAND IN STATE.
Ranch That Ha Is Credited With Being
the Possessor of Is the Property, He
States, Entirely of the Wife of
Charles, Hit Brother.
Cincinnati. Nov. 6. Judge Taft said
there Is hardly the slightest possibility
of his going to Texas to hunt at any
time this winter. He added that no
arrangements of any kind, have been
made looking to such a trip and that
none are contemplated.
Judga Taft said he would appreciate
It very much if the erroneous expres
sion be corrected that he owned any
land In Texas.
'.The ranch referred to;" he ex
plained. ' belongs to my brother's wife,
Mrs. C. P. Taft. I don't own an acre
of land, nor have I any Interest In
MOST VIOLENT OF ALL.
German City Is Shaken Sev.
1'iauen, Germany. Nov. 6. The most
violent earthquake ever experienced
here terrified the Inhabitants at 5:40
o'clock Friday morning. Houses were
shaken and people fled In a panic Into
the streets The shock, which lasted
for several minutes, was accompanied
by sharp explosions and thundrous
rumblings in the earth.
Sixty or seventy earthquake shocks
have been felt here daily for the past
week. They are now becoming less
frequent but more violent.
The temperature of the medicinal
springs In this vlciinty Increased 15
TEXAS NIGHT RIDERS.
Governor Campbell Orders Im
Austin, Nov. 6. The immediate In
vestigation of the report from Frank
lin and Holland of the appearance of
night ridera Is to be made by the
state. General Newton and Governor
Campbell ihad a conference on the sub
ject and as a result General Newton
and Captain Rogers of the ranger
force are more than likely to leave
for Franklin to make Investigation
A. report from Franklin Is to the
effect that a farmer named P. W. Pet
way had received a note signed "Night
Riders' warning him not to send any
more cotton to market and from Hoi
land that two gins were burned. When
seen the governor said he had re
ceived no official advices on the mat
ter tint thnUha wnnU uaa all T..
- . wwb 1 . " I'm J V V- lliUL Hit IdW
breakers are promptly apprehended
and punished. Decisive steps are to
be taken in the matter.
Love's Authority Doubted.
Austin, Nov. Commissioner of In
surance and Banking Love received a
letter from Colonel Cecil A. Lyon. In
which he writes that be doubts the
authority of the commissioner to sub
poenae him to appear her eand furnish
toe names of fire insurance companies
that are reinsuring In foreign con
cerns. He declared, however, that
when he gees to Houston, wbere his
patera are kept pertaining to that, he
II furnish the papers Love desires
If it will be any satisfaction to Love,
provided his (Lyon's) attorney concurs
In his action, t
Immense Cotton Exports.
Galveston, Nov. 6. Galveston's cot.
ton exports for the week Just closing
amount to 228.138 bales, breaking all
records for any previous week. The
total exports ror the season
Gompers Ready to Answer
Washington, Nov. 6. Ready to an
swer before the convention the at
tacks which have been made on him
for his course In the recent presiden
tial campaign Samuel Gompers, presi
dent of the American. Federation of La
bor, left for Denver, where the twenty
eighth annual meeting of that organ
ization begins next Monday.
In interviews printed In the Post Mr.
Gompers is quited as saying that he is
not a candidate for re-election in the
sense that he will geek the office, al
though he would be glad to serve
again if it be the will of the conven
tion. "I am. however, in the American
federation of Labor to stay." said Mr.
Governor Not to Leave State.
Austin, Nov. 6. The governor said
that It is not his plan to leave the
state; that he U not going to Battle
Creek or any other resort outside of
Texas. He Is likely to leave in a few
days for Mineral Wells. The governor
will likely appear as a wltnessjn the
Fiskville schol book case.
Football Player Dies.
Austin, Nov. 6. Earnest Dickson,
aged twenty-one, right end of the Ar
kansas university football team, who
was Injured In a game here by re
ceiving a kick In the chest, from which
peritonitles and pneumonia developed,
died at . an Austin sanitarium. His
body was shipped to his home, Rogers,
Tempting Bonus Offered.
Fort Worth, Nov. 6. It is an
nounced that both the Frisco and
Santa railways are considering plans
tto extend to San Saba, which has
Attempted Arson Alleged.
Muskogee, Nov. 6. A woman
arrested here on the charge of at
tempting to bum the millinery store
of two sisters named Wagester. Fire
Chief Temple had her arrested.
Packing House Money Raised.
Fort Worth, Nov. fi. Thirty cltl
rens raised J.'iD.Tl'O for a third pack
ing house. Nelson. Morris & Co. will
",nri ha. i A tf j j nfi, i iiv i u " VA is, a uvrn ur m f Iv,V'i
president I will stay in the ranks. I road to entPr that cltV- San Saba u
!rn,'.r 0 . I ." ! C0,t0n rH ,hiS l0nUS
proper and I think I have done right ,t i8 believed, will result in a unique
I endeavored to give voice to the i rare between the road to build there
wrongs labor endured and I endeav-1 firge
ored to have them yighted.' ,
, Escape Made Through Window.
Advertise! j Honham. Tex., Nov. 6 The home of
The speedy way to market a product j W. L. IKrkwood, eight miles east of
Is to give It publicity, and the newspn- I here, burned while the family slept,
per Is the medium through which to I They escaped tluongh a window of a
fach nil the world. Waco Times-IIer roora f"11 f smoke and flames. The
jj. house and contents were destroyed.
The loss Is J4.000.V
G. S. PARKER
A. W. WIIKERSON
J. V. ENGLISH
E. H. ASTIN
J. K. PARKER
J. N. COLE
No account tco small to receive the most
Students Forced to Flee.
Washington, Nov. 6. Fire which
started in the iktehen of the Bliss
Klectricai school, located on the edge
of the District line at La Coma Park,
a suburb of this city, compelled nearly
2'HI students to flee for their lives
in their night clothes. The building,
which' was a three-story frame struc
tukwformeriy the old North La Coma
hotef.Swas completely destroyed.
All of the students are believed to
have escaped from the burning struc
ture, Dut lost all of their effects. The
loss is estimated at upwards of S50.
000. The building had been occupied
as a school buildine nnlv ahout at
Ten Drown In Ocean. '
Danzig, Prussia. Nov. 6. The Ger
man coasting steamer Archimedes was
wrecked and ten members of itg crew
mere drowued. The vessel went ashore
during a snow storm. Only three sur
vivors were taken from the wreck.
Bank'a Doors Close.
Arkansas City, Kan., Nov. 6. Th
Citizens and Farmers' State bank
closed its doors. The bank commis
sioner has been notified. No state
ment Is available.
Hog Chain Stealing Charged.
Monongahela, Pa., Nov. 6. James
White Is charged with stealing a hog
chain weighing 2.00.0 jund.
We Are Going to Make Fur Fly This Week.
Why Shouldn't we? Everything is right for a Fur Sale. The weather, the values, models and .
prices. More than one hundred new pieces from the factory's cold storage in New York. Prices
this week $1.00 up to $17.50. v French Coney, Opossum and Isabella Fox are shown in the latest
models with Muff to match, indies, this is an extraordinary opportunity to save one-fourth on
your t ur purchases. Call today and choose one. '
HE STORE AHEAD.
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