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THIRTEENTH YEAR BRYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 19 IVOf N ft 1 it I v. if Jt ; 3 J I lie! 0 REYIll III - , - . II E very Day We add more goods to our already o) lb Crowds ge larger and interest increases. Have you been to J 'see Qche If you haven't come now. A. J. WAGNER &C0. 'V I ill In Keeping, With the, If you missed them ' this morning Order early for tomorrow morning FRESH MACKERAL , BUCKWHEAT FLOU - PANCAKE ' ' KARO CORN , NEW RIBIiqiCANE SYTUP ;- ; F.RESH ROVSTED COFFEE ) Lowell & Newton (INCORPORATED) Phones 23 and 150 Declares He Will Not Associate With Bandits. DISORDER IN HONDURAS. American Representative at Ceiba Says the Treatment Accorded That Exile Is the 'Worst, and That j Soldiers Have Pillaged Homes of Poor. New Orleans, Not, 18. The Times Democrat publishes this telegram from Celba, Honduras: "I will not serve In a country gov erned by bandits. I tender you my resignation." This was the terse tele gram sent by Dr. Virgil Reyu-'.ds to Assistant Secretary of State Bacon, state department at Washington, in renouncing his, office as American consul st Celba. This actibn was taken after Dr. Reyuolds made an In restigatton of the recent raid of some soldiers of Honduras upon ranches of Dr. Tlmoteo Mlralda, a lawyer, who is an exile from his native land on ac count of his having been taken a lead ing part In the revolution against President Davala in July last. Dr. Reynolds in a letter he wrote the state department said a state of anarchy and misrule existed In Hon duras, which Is almout indescribable. He detailed a number of instances In which Hondurean officials and sol diers pillaged homes af persons of the lower class, but said that after a full Investigation of, the Mlralda out rage he believed that the worst of them all. Emperor Reviews Fighting Craft. Kobe, Nov. 18 The flghtlug craft of Japan, comprising 110 vessels ex clusive of submarines, passed in re view before the emperor Wednesday. The weather was perfect. New Compress. HuaUvllle. Ala.. Nov. 18. The city s U have a new 1 100,000 compress. n 0 Weather 7 FLOUR SYjTJP-INCANE ' Negress Holds Up White Man. Sherman, Nov.' 18. Lon Inman. a prominent business man of this city, was held .up- at the point of a pistol by a negro woman out on Bast Pecan street and robbed of $47. The woman shoved a gun In bis face and command ed' him to throw up his hands. Two arrestg have been made. . Hair Scorched. Texarkana. Nov. 18. While John Woodley and wife were entertaining a couple of friends at cards their resi dence caught fire. Tbey were not aware of the disaster until the house began falling In. The hair ot Mr. and Mrs. Woodley was badly scorched be fere they escaped. Will Investigate Bonus. Dallas, Nov. 18. It Is announced here that representatives of 8chwars chJId A Sulzberger, Chicago packers, will be at Dallas soon to meet busi ness men regarding a 8100,000 bonus for a packing plant at this city. Seeks to Annul Denten'e Charter Denton. Tex.. Nov. 18. To annul the charter of Denton and for recovery of Uses, which, he alleges, were Il legally assessed Alexander Robertson, an attorney, has filed suit in district court. Succumbs to Burns. Seeiiin. Tex.. Nov. 18. Miss Mar garet Greln. daughter of a prominent resident of this city, died from the ef fects of burns sustained when net clothing caught fire at her brother residence some days ago. . . Ranch Manager Slain. Hereford. Tex.. Nov. 18 At Bovlnla John Armstrong, manager of the X I T ranch, was shot and killed. Dan Wil liams was placed under arrest. Both were prominent cattlemen ami at the time of the tragedy each carried a Winchester title. Secure Much Booty. ( Fort Worth, Xov. 18 Residence ot Mrs. Mary McCreary was entered by burglars, who secured over $100 in rash, a match valued at $l"Ti and some Jewelry. The house is across the street from police headquarters. MM m MM 8(6)011 STANDS BY DECISION. Texas Supreme Court Refuses - to . Grant Rehearing.' I Aitttin, Nov. 12. In. the. supreme court motions for rehearing were over ruled in both the Mertens and Baird school district cases. Thus the last hope the state had In Inducing the court to change its decision on this matter, involving the validity of $3, 000,000 of Independent' school district boards has vanished. In overruling tne motion In the Baird case the court says that the question of levying a tax of 20 cenU on $100 valuation has never been de cided by this court in that case or aey other, neither does the certificate pre sent the question of the validity ol any bonds issued by any school dis trict in the Bate and the court has not decided that such bonds would be invalid or to what extent they might be held, invalid. In conclusion the court says: "We now bold that the majority of the court correctly held that the bonds proposed to be Issued, based upon the illegal levy, should not be Issued and tbat the injunction should be made perpetual as against the Issue of those bonds." In . the Mertens case the court maintains that a school district cannot be organized embracing more than one county, consequently the Mertens school district la invalid and contrary to the constitution and even does not come under the new school 1 amend ment act adopted. i the case of the Trinity Life and Annuity society of Dallas vs. Commis sioner of Insurance Love the supreme court granted permission M file peti tion for writ of mandamus. This is the caae wherein the society wants to compel the commissioner- to issue a permit for it to do business In Texas. The railroad commission Issued an order recognizing the groveton, Luf kin and Northern railway to be com mon carriers.- This is the result of the recent inspection. No action wax taken on the application for recogni tion by the Shreveport, Houston and Gulf railway. " Saeake and Hunts Ducks. Corpus Christ!, Tex, Nov. 18. At an early hour Wednesday morning Hon. W. J. and Mrs. Bryan arrived here. After breakfasting at'the State hotel they proceeded to the waterways' con vention, where Mr. Bryan delivered aa address. He declared money spent in the Philippines should be spent In Im proving the waterways of the United States. "'In the afternoon the Nebraskan weut with some friends to Padre Island duck huntipir Duei to ' Division Fence. Psducah. , Ky.. Nov.. 18 Quarrel over a division fence resulted in Pie Swafford being shot to death by Frank Sams. Rail Laying In Sixty Days. Childress. Tex.. No. 18. President Kennedy of the Altus, Roswell and El Paso railway and other officials of that company are here Inspecting the route. It is announced the laving of steel rails will commence in sixty days, extending westward through Lubbock county. This will shorten the distance to Kansas City eighty miles. Benefit of '1-1 V. ! i PI r. . .. . kjJ A. . , DEPOSITORY Of !:.'-' ' STRENGTH and PERMANENCE G.-S. PARKER , A. .W. WILKERSON 'j.'W. ENGLISH No account too small to receive the most :osrteousattention. . . t . . . '. i Enticed and Murdered. Hamilton. Ca., Nov. 17. Gene Du dell, sixteen years old, confessed to killing Ernest Walsh, twelve years old. also a negro, beating him on the head with a rock and throwing the body Into a creek after nibbing It of $2. The murdered boy was enticed Into the woods. Demise of State Treasurer. 1 Cleveland. O., Nov. 17. William S. McKinnon, state treasurer, died at his home in Ashtabula. Tuesday. Mr. Mc Kinnon was fifty-four years of age. He had been In HI health for more than a year. mm - i E. H. ASTIN J. K. PARKER J. N. COLE ... Billek Scntene "'""Hang.- , Chicago, Nov. n.tftnau Billek, convicted of the murder-qf five mem bers of the Varal family, was sen tenced by Judge Burns to hang Dec 11. The fight of Billek and his friends, for his liberty, waich went before the United States supreme court, attracted much attention. Gratifying News to Employees. Washington, Nov. 17. Letters are being sent outby the-navy department to about 1,000 employees of he navy yards throughout the United States notifying them of an Increase in sal aries ranging from. 4 to 10 mr regt. t ( .