I T; - r -
' . "" ' f'
" V-c.'j f.'oi Permit IKai
$ i crt IlamJJton.
iew 10'K, -Nov. 7. S:orks of rei
elry In -ti. Unit.-d Stales army post
at Fort lUiuilton which followed the
disclosure nado of letters aliened to
have been written by Mrs. Claudia
Halns to htr husband. Cauiain Petei
Hains, are denied by Lieutenant Col
onel Ludlow, who had been in com
jmand at the tort. Practically every
officer who was btationed at Fort Hnm.
ilton during the time mentioned In
Mr. Hains' letters had
to another, ajid, in maify instances, a
distant post. .It was When questioned
with reference to the trairsfem nf nt.
fleers that Ludlow took occasion to
rteny some statements made in Mra.
Colonel Ludlow said he issued an
order to keep William Annls out of
the post after he received a warning?
from General Hains, father of Captain
Mams, that serious trouble mleht
come if the men met. "He told he ha
feared his son would shoot Anrru"
said Colonel Ludldw.
Th late Ir. Jame free man Clark
sed to tell this story of bio dot;:
war to Texas, where he i. to . J M ne Umv nijr w,s fo'"1 of
trial on indictment charsrinir him irhl pro,njr-to lhe nttxrttS station to see the
Perjury. He was apparently f,ni, Li" I People, and I n I ways ordered bin to
.rlv,t it CL Louis.
Vl lae waters-Pierce Oil
w0P?yrr,v', ?ere Saturday on hi"
cove d fronj hIg KJ
if, a" Pera"n performed in the
fl,n, h? briskly from hU
home. He declined to make any stated
ment. but at the office of his aitorney
It was reported Mr. Pierce would leav,
here for Texas at once.
1 Tariff Revision at Extra &i..in.
Washington. Nov. 7,-Representa.
tive Payne of New York, chairman of
tne ways and means committee of the
go home, fe.irins be v.onld be hurt by
tne curs. lie eiisily underntood that If
he went thTe it was contrary to my
Wishes. So whr-fiorer l a tm imov I
station if he saw me coming be would
look the other way and pretend not t
Know ine. If lie wot me anywhere el
he always butinilnd to meet nip wit'i
preat delight. But nt the station i'
was quite different. He would pay n i
nttenil"!i ti my whistle or my cp.!'
e even pr-teminl t be another !:
.udc, uau a long conference with i ' 1
Present Roosevelt on th tariff nnL. i "nd wonW '"' n,' '-'" In the fa-e
Hon. Mr. Pn Vtl-" rlo !m n.tri
Must Entertain Negroes.
Washington, Nov. 7. A decision wa
rendered by Corporation Counsel
Thomas, that hereafter hotels, restau.
rants, cafes, Ice cream saloons, places
where wda water Is sold and barber
shops in the DiKtrlct of Columbia will
be compelled to serve negroes in the
same rooms and at the ame mice.
as white persons.
The old plan, it is said, will he re
stored and undesirable patrons driven
away, by charging prohibitive prices
ir a noRro should float Into the favor.
Ite collation -room of upper tendom
and meekly ask for a cut) of coffee
he would be politely Informed that the
beverage will cost $2.35. If he wants
a plain amall steak he will be notified
the check will bo $11.60 and with
onions $16.25. The courts hava sus
tained such tactics.
- 'tinvy re
vision WOllhl in! ho lol... .
, i.--u uji iii me
coming session o' coneiws. but at the
extra sess:on to bo called for this pur-
pose. I is of the nnlnln., !,
"I'niiiju ul all
extra session will be called about
March 15. and It m -it be able to pass
a tariff liin,y thenjddle of July.
. Crowe fn Trouble.
Chicago, Nov. 7. Patrick Crowe
who several years ago gained noto
rlety In connection with the kidnap
ping of Edward Cudahy, Jr., of Omaha
Neb., was arrested here after half a
dozen shots were fired. Crowe, It Is
alleged, fired Bhots into the mirror in
a saloon and then caused excitement
WKJch Occasioned a rnt oll U ....
L MM LW iu3 pU-
lice. After some shots had been fired
i xiim wowe was captured.
All Grades Reduced.
New York, Nov! 7. All grades of
rtiuiea sugar nave been reduced 23
cents ver ju pounds.
Gates Financing Pipe Line,
. IT- . .
run uni. xnv i it fa .
nounced here that John W. Gates, the
multi-millionaire who recently became
a ciuzen oi fori Attnur, is financing
the project to pipe natural pas from
me nennetta neius to . Dallas and
ron wortn. This will reduce the
price to 50 cents.
Without rtlir-'tvitlv reconlzlnc nw.
He gave iifrt!c crt direct In the i;v
Impertinent fn.-i :i.v!-. the reason evi
dently behij,' : lie knew he v -dolnj;
what wai wrong and did r
like to lie found nit. Possibly he mi
havej-elled n little on my nearsighted
ness In his maneuver."
Thf Care of Goldfiih. .
The secret of success In caring for
goldfish Is to keep the water they arc
In fresh mid sweet. Their globe should
be emptied :nd Its water renewed a
often as e-1 vy second day. Lift enc!i
fish out jre In a classfnl of wntn.-
empty the ;- I.e. wash If onf
In fresh w-i t-r and put the fish bad;
again. Ch i:-, sweet rainwater should
be used, nnl Its temperature should b
Wised to 7" or SO decrees hv warmln.-
a part Of li. Siiarkllnir well wntnr l !
too cold f..r i lie fish to thrive in and
too pnre. for the anlninlcnlne nt r,ii
water form mi imnortnnt
ioou or lliese llsh. They need no other
sustenance than a verv few nrofwl
crumbs sprinkled in their water dally
iui neriecmnjr win km them Ten
quick ly . Housekeeper.
i i wonaer wuy it is." remarked the
niruuKcr xo me.
"Why what is?" I queried.
He proaned and exnlained thus-
"Why Is It that chefs ut restaurants
luiuK mat tDe mere addition of a to
mato to anything under the sua Justl
fle their calling the combination Borne
thing 'a l'Espagnoler
I see 'eggs a rEspagnole.' My curi
osity la at once aroused. 'What,' I ask
myself, 'do the Spaniards do to eggs?
So I order 'eggs a l'Espagnole.' What
are tbeyf Eggs with tomato.
"I see 'chicken fricassee a rEspa
gnole.' Nothing but tomato mixed with
chicken. And thus it goes on and on
through life, a Continual rnnri.l nt
hopes deceived. Spanish sauce U to-
u:aio caicnup. it is ubsurd; it Is care
less. Chefs have no right to be so
luzy. Why, If the same lleaxee of rare.
lessness Is allowed to run rampait
through other classes of men leslde
chefs I do not doubt"
Here the stranger got positively
"I do not doubt that the good old
phrase 'walking Spanish' will be ap-
pneu To stepping on a tomato. I fear
It; I fear It."
And he faded thence, shaking his
head with gloomy foreboding. New
DON'T ALLOW YOUR
MAN HA TTAN POLICY
BECAVSE it is the most valuable asset vou nosi ,J ,u
C f Dnirnnwii. J
i ov intuitu, Agent a
Morse Model Prleoner.
New York. Nov. 7. Charles Morse.
.v dno sentenced to fifteen years in
ff'i?Fe,eral prison at Atlanta, Oa., has
k jtixtaYftir tirnvun n i
I -- a inuMti (iiinoner ac-
tordijig to officials at the tombs. He
s asked no special privileges nor
(i he been granted any. When the
rosuiar prison rare Is doled out the
prisoner, a former multi-millionaire,
accepts the two slices of bread and
a tin dipper of coffee which l8 passed
fhrough a' slit in his cell door. Satiir.
day he ate every crumb of bread, and
drained the dipper of coffee and had
a cheery greeting for his son, Harrv,
when the young man called on Mm
early In the forenoon. Morse retired
,arly Friday night and slept sojindly
in Hwaneiiea wnen the hustle of the
Third Gin Burns.
Athens. Tex.. Vnv 7 ti.o
I-anghlln gin, at Eustice, burned. Loss
is i.imio. mis makes the third gin
nurnea in this county recently, and
the authorities have proof that all
were of , Incendiary origin. It Is be
lieved night riders fired them.
With Experimental Station.
Sherman, Nov. 7. Many citizens are
Rinine- n iioruinn oui.-it,o- Mm . t
cultural experiment sttion bd estab
lished near this city and an instructor
J. M. Iiarrie some venrs mm aa
liersuauea to lake the ch;i r at
ceienration iiu Scotland. He wn or
tremely silent and stole
earliest opportunltv. Next wppI- n.
peareu in the Nat onal Observer n i,
morous article entitled "Mr. Barrle In
tne thalr." iu which Mr Tlnrrln's
of social tact was held un to rldieiiin
.nuny people thoucht the writer h,l
gone too far and protested. But the
autnor of the article was Mr. Barrie
Screams Scare Away Aailant.
ueatimoiit, Nov. .). Miss Emma
Morris, seventeen years old. was at
tacked by a burly negro at her home.
Her screams attracted a neighbor and
the wretch fled. The girl was slightly
injurea. a snot was fired at the netro
iiipisxrates. the "father of m.u.
cine, wrote a treatise on the rforir,o-
ry art, but its true founder was Vege
tlus. who wrote "De Arte Vetprinnrio
300 A. I. But the first attenint tn li.
vate the practice into a science was as
late as 1701. when France Pf h .
ample of establishing the first veteri
nary college at Lyons. Exchange.
Tennyson and Lowell.
Mrs. rriM ter. the wife of Bnrrr r.irn.
wall, wax a great figure in London lit
erary society when Mr. Lowell wa
United States iniulster at the court of
St. James. Mrs. Procter was most
anxious to bring Tennyson and Mr.
Lowell together. Tennvson who
whimsical i (S prejudices, made va
rious excuses au.T affect ml to believe
that Mr. Lowell was a poet of little
importance and on after dinner orator
whose graces of style were overrated.
One day Mrs. Procter told Mr. Ten-
sou mat .Mr. Lowell had writton
soiuo lines on her birthday and that
sue must insist upon reading them to
him. The English noet looked f ho-
askance and submitted With bad grace.
airs, rrocter did not go further than
the opening line, "I know a glrl-they
say sues eighty." Tennvson
and sprang to his feet
of Impatience. "Too familiar!' he
growled out In h eh disdain ,h
xuseo to listen to the remaining lines,
Mrs. Procter oersevereM In hor
- - - VUVtl
to bring the two noets tmrerhor
they finally met and became intimate
friends. Mr. Tennyson was a man nf
many caprices and had a touch of shy
ness and cold reserve which made him
unwilling to meet a stranger.
AND SHORT ORDER MEAL'S
UNDER THE DIRECTION OrAM," ARTISTIC COOK
THE PLACE TO EAT
SUCCESSOR TO HAMILTON KOSH
Fine Wines, Liqtiors, Cigars
REAR FIRST NATIONAL HANK
CALL TO SEb ME
Golden For Him.
Bunker-I see by the nanera that
Ardupp has Just celebrated his
wedding! Why. he was onlr mrrii
yesterday. Hunks Tea; but he mar-
nra an neiress.
WHOSE IS IT?
The Complete Drugtore
The Convenient JOrugstore
The AccommodWing Drugstore
The Appreciative Drugstore
M. H. JAMES
Lake May Delay Work.
V Orleans, ov. 7. A report
rqtneA ft'Trom Colon, Panama, that
P'ibteAi ireanean lake under the site of
,iY"e uf tlp I'rln'Jl iR locks of the
Panama canal at riautii, may result in
a neiay or completing the canal and
a much larger outlay of money than
t first anticipated be require! Ac
cording to this report the discovery
i me la Ke neen kept a secret. En
gineers who were said to kno the
discovery declined to discuss the mat
ter during the absence of Colonel
.laoetnais, who is in the United States.
; I Declared Absurd.
Washington. Nov. 7. At the Isth
mian canal commission office it was
staled no word had been received as
to the finding of a subterranean lnko
under the site of one of the locks at
oauin. and It Is declared that report
such ar'iscovery la absurd on Its face.
J' JVs slated borings on these lock
hull been extended forty eet
that! this evidence of stability is
1873 Thirty-Five Years' Reputation 1908
.-vanai a i l.iur.nlf. ot th Ouallly
, ( all Liqunri told by
.:rrr.: rrr- -
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
BRYAN A" o
RESERVED SEATS ON SALE DAY OF EXHIBITION U
"1 Vi la IJK1JU S IlKK
IT R19S TRUE THROUGHOUT
i Improper Conduct Charged,
-W Orleans. Nov. 7. fliare-pa
oper conduct on the part of Pres
et (I. P. Freidrichs and rfther offi-
oi' the Colonial and Trust comrany
w Orleans were made by Joseph
inberg and Abraham Hurwitz. two
le stockholders, who filed a petl
'ln the district court asking that
iators recently named be set
and that receivers be appoint
" take over and Investigate
ya of the bank.
Given Rousing Welcome.
Hot Springs. Va.. Nov.. 7. President
"elect and Mrs. Taft arrived here Sat
urday morning. Several hundred
guests from the hotels were at the
station and they gave them a rousing
Plant .Destroyed by Fire.
Nashville, Nov. 7. Fire of unknown
origin destroyed the plant of the Nash
ville Saddlery company. The loss is
'rom J12.r,0(ii to iHO.UQO, with lnsur-
ychbishop Goes to Rome.
'.I.ov'tt, Nov. ,7i Archbishop
"1 sm-s fo Rome to participate
jubilee, Nov. 18.
apparently Stamped Out
-. '--.ii:a. Nov. 7. Cholera la believed
tsbe stamped out.
j i ne Dest enow
inai ever sirucK
Firmer Tone Noted.
Vew York, Nov. 7. A. firmer ton
icted in the leather market
Dowager Queen Seriously III.
4 Lubon, Nov. 7. Dowager q$Mn of
Portugal Is seriously sick.
Jfel BEING THE
"Mlifl X GIRLS
r f SS Pi n
rt .j.wi, . w
Li. -Si m 1 M1 V
1 11 1 ' .
f 11 AM
FIRST ANNUAL HOUDAY
OF THE C0W80TS, COW
AND IROIANS OF THE
MOST FAMOUS RANCH IN
THE WORLD, AND COM-
DfKrn cm ri V or nvi a
SW HOMA'S PRAIRIE
'-ue wita me. 1 repen, the Oldest ,X f.mpani.. Yoor Bn.inesi
given my personal .ttentiV, and appreciated.
C. E. BOYETT
Fire, Tornado, Accident, Plate Glass, Bonds and Live Stock
Residence Phone 257. ()mYe Phone 372.
consoi laaiinn nr
the two 101 Panrh
Shows, one of which
Droved th trliim.
Dhant feature nf hn
uiimaiuwo national !j..yi
exposition, and the if- 1 1
AMUSEMENT SENSATION 5
OF 1MFW VrDlr- rrrv A
Cowboyt. Wild West
Girls, Vaqueros. SenoritJ
Guardiai Ruralet, Men and
Women Sharpshooter), Cham
pion of the Lariat, Rough
Kiden, Line Kiden, Kangi
Ridert, Pony .''.ipresi Veterans,
rloneeri, . rappen,
and Old Timers of the
Wilderness, Exf orers,
Throwers and S
Tiers. Hone Wranel
Texas Cattle, Bucking
Bronchos and Mustangs.
Cowponies. Paintoonies. Ci
and all other real, actual, gen
uine, simon-pure denizens of the
cow-camp and range, reproduc
ing the Sports, Frolics, Games,
Round-ups, Gallantries, Hard
ships. Perils. Combats. Adven.
lures and Konunnc Tiailtf H.mwiM.- r.L" i-
... ' ri 6 weir utcs. tverything except a Tenderfootl r m
Indun. fiesh from Camp-fire and Council, making their first .cLinu"ce wiTh P,le-&e, r r : r ' A i
tastic Naave Accoutrement and Paint, and exhibiting their War nn j . CiUizaUon, in Fan- ' m m. ... T -""" .
. w. auiiuspacrei
TLe ooly expo
its original kind
and scope, by very
nature and. source.
Impossible of dupli
cation or Imitation.
We have completed
our line of
Eastman I6dak Goods
Haswell's Book Store
STEVENSON MACHINE nd REPAIR WORKS
BATTERIES FORALL PURPOSES
OFHCE AND WORKS rTlT V
is northlkn art of town Phone 7 BRYAN, TEXAS
S. H. FRANKLIN'S
Upptr Market Pkont 3(f,
Lowrr Market Pkomt 326
Choicest of Beef, 1'ork, Veal. Mutton,
and Sausage. Your.-trade is appreciated.
OYERL.N N TRIIL FORENOON tf?fft
Fo.-. our opunonofour Enterprise,! you are not acquainted, when w. AU Va
F .-. our opinion of our Enterprise, if you are not acquainted, when we ride
the rnncinal thorniiirrifiM In U
2 P. M.-TW0 DAILY PERFOKMAKCES, RA1M CR SHISE-ft P. H
. " -r 'r mtt ana welcome inspection of our Indian and Cowbor W..,
Stand Ticket, on tale at the grounds continuously from 9 ak to 5 ?. m. aC4mPmenU
ADMISSION CHiinnPM V
AT END OK FIRST
AND ANNUALLY THEREAFTER
SEPT MY CONTRACTS ' '
BEFORE YOU INSURE
S. IYJ. Derden, Gen. A?t
New York Egg heceipts. -
New York. Nov. 6 Egg receipts
Thursday were 10,998 cases.
BRYAN ICE COMPANY
NY. 232. L
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