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Two Packages for 25c. .-- N Phone us for prices on TURKEYS y Cranberries, Mince meat, Jams, Jellies, Currants. RaUins, Nuts and all other items ihat contribute to a perfect Thanksgiving dinner Pkone 386. C. t. Bulloch & Company !. s r t t - : , . t i BUCHANAN-MOORE CO I I : Our Dining Furniture will lepd your Thanksgiving Dinner'apjad-, ed Flavor. A ... vervrarefuHv selected line of S Dining Furniture Awaits selection of Thanksgiving buyers. Refurnish' your Dining Room in whole orjjinjpart. There'llbe a new Thanks giving to your dinnerJonlThursday November 26th. ar- . WEDDING GIFTS Cut Glass and China ' IS WHAT THE BRIDWILL APPRE CIATE THAT INTENDS HOUSE KEEPING. WE HAVE MANY BEAUTffUL ARTICLeWn CUT GLASS AND HAND-PAINTED CHINA. COME IN AND CXAMINE OUR BEAUTIFUL STOCK. . E J. Jenkins jrinru- ' F jmi-w-ii-wnn"i" j a (L7 THEATRE . NEW PICTURES EVERY DAY GOOD CLEAN PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS OPEN AFTERNOON AND NIGrT ADMISSION TEN CENTS HUSBANDS IN HARD LUCK. Judge Rules Wives May Search Their Pockets. Washington. Nov. 18. This Interr ing decision ha been made: . A woman has some rights and tnoy Include the irarrhlng of her huslmnd'i pockets, according to a decision of Judge Mullowney of the District of Columbia police court. "It shows the interest a woman has In you." the court held. "It shows she loves you. A woman who does not go through the pockets of er husband does not love him." The defendant, George Rldg way. was arrested on h;g wife's com plaint thai he threatened to knock her head off and obiected to hi wife faW. log liberties with his pockets while he siepi. Several Not to Testify. -Laporte. Ind.. Nov. 18. Associate Counsel Sutherland at the state attor ney's office announced the state would not use a number of witnesses origin ally subpoenaed In the trial of Ray Lamphere for the murder of Mrs. Gunness because he felt certain the propositions had already been fully es tablished and further evidence along these lines would be superfluous. From a statement, made by counsel for the defense it became known at torneys for Lamphere will not be wor ried If the titate does prove l.smphere set fire to the house, for the conten tion of the defense now Is Mrs. Gun ess disposed of her children and then committed suicide and all were dead before the house was burned. Con sequently, they say. even if Lamp here fired it, the Jury will have to ac quit him, under these circumstances of murder. The jury cannot find hint guilty of arson, It is said. LYDIA THOIIPSON GONE. Long-Tirae Footlight Favorite Is Numbered With Dead. London, Nov. 18. A long-ago foot light favorite k departed this life. Lydla Thompson,7 perhaps the most famous burlesque actress of her time, died suddenly at her home In West minster mansions, near Westminster abbey, London. The news was sent to New York in a cablegram to her daughter, Zeffle Tilbury, herself an actress, who Is the wife of L. R Woodthorp, stage manager for Nat Goodwin. Probably no ether woman of the En glish stage, either in the Berious or frivolous phases of the drama, excited such a furore in the United States as did Lydla Thompson when she first came here in 1868. Her reputation had preceded her,' however, for she already had made a triumphal tour of the chief capitals of Europe. : Bora Feb. 19, 1836, she first earned a repu tation as a dancer in fairy spectacles and burlesque as far bkek as 1S52 at Iter Majesty's theater. London. The following year she began her dramatic career in pantonine at the Haymarket theater and la 1856 she toured Europe, where she won such favor that In many cities she was sere naded and escorted by torchlight pa rades. , Her success In this country may be Indicated by the fact that when she was at Cincinnati, even the bootblacks subscribed their dimes to present a silver wreath to her. Although the name in America has been largely Identified with "The Black Crook," the fact Is that extravaganza was pro duced in America two years before her first visit. With her on that Visit came Ada Harland, afterward the wife of Professor Brander Matthews; Pau line Markham, Liza Weber, Alexander Henderson, the manager who after ward married Miss Thompson, and Harry Peckett, actor and mudical di rector. Besides those already name! there were several Americans In the cast, among them Grace Lowdeon and Sol Smith Russell. The women of the company were dubbed "The British Blondes," be cause they all wore blonde wigs, and that name stuck to them. After three years speat In America Miss Thompson went back to England to procure new costumes. On her re timi here she brought with her Rose Coghlan and Eliza Wethersby, after ward the wife of Nat Goodwin. In all Miss Thompson made four visits to this country. She estimated that she earned fully $500,01)0 oa her American tours,' but she often said that she only received about $50,000 being robbed of the rest by persons whom she trusted. Two In Session, Memphis, Nov. 18. Delegates repre senting the National Hardware Job bers' association and American Hard ware Manufacturers' association are in attendance upon the session of the bodies. All regular sessions of both or ganizations are executive. The Na tional Hardware association hold an two bodies, which are holding sessions open meeting at 10 o'clock Wednes day, delegate find visitors being pres ent. Delegates of the American Hard ware Manufacturers' association at tended this meeting i na body. A wel come address was delivered and an nual reports of President Wright and the secretary read. Reports were fol lowed by addresses on technical sub jects. Roth associations In the after noou went Into executive session. Broke All Records. Manila, Nov. IS It is unofficially stated the battleship Nebraska during the target practice now in progress, broke all records established by Hny navy In the world for marksmanship with twelve-Inch guns. While the fig ures nre not obtainable it is believed the Nebraska's crew Mir passed all rec ords for both speed and accuracy. TENNESSEE TROUBLES. Governor Makes Reference to Them In Thanksgiving Proclamation. Nashville. Nov. 18. In his Thanks giving proclamation Governor Patter son made the following reference to the troubles that now vex this city and state: ' "But in the midst of our prosperity ! there are clouds which darken the sky I and cast their shadows athwart our ' path. Let us hope that these will pre , enly pass away, and that the same Di vine hand which gathered them will j scatter them again, and the warning has been taken, and all our people learn again the lesson which some for : get. that in law is our nearest hope. and that only in obedience to Its eter nal commands can we live in social order enduring peace and fulfill the high mission of civilized life. Iet ua so live that good will and gentle peace may come down from heaven to bless us all. that Justice shall reign among us, that we be saved from Intolerance, dissensions nnd suspicion, and from the evils which flow therefrom to vex the state and divide the people. "Let us pray that mercy will bring her balm of healing nnd bind up the wounds of bleeding hearts wherever they may be, that Innocence will not suffer, that our land be washed of bloody stains, that we may have faith and hope and charity and not Torget the gentle Son of God taught that char ity is the greatest of th;e." Two Fatalities Result. New York. Nov. 1R. Cart Heinrlch and Henry Haunian. employed by the Intei-borough Rapid Transit company, were killed and two others seriously injured when a derrick work train col lided with an overhead bridge on the Sixth Avenue Elevated railroad at Thirty-third street. The boom of the derrick was torn off by the force of the collision and dropped down on the men riding on the work train. Fourteen Return Payment. . . Pckln. Nov. 18. Fourteen native rmnkj (hat suspended payment a few days ago have reopened and are pay ing out money from funds supplied by the government for the purpose of tidin them over the panic. They are under police supervision. Payments fcrc to continue for five days. Anti-Football Ordinance. Chicago. Nov. 17. Alderman Km gtr introduced in the city council the following. "Be It ordered that the corporation counsel be and Is hereby ordered to appear and submit to this council at its next meeting an ordi nance prohibiting the playing of foot bull in the city of Chicago."- The motion provoked laughter, hoots and cheers. It was referred to the Ju diciary committee. MILLER HOUSE BEST $1.00 A DAY HOTEL IN BRYAN MRS. W. F. MILLER. ' $1.T)0 PER DAY . $5.00 PER WEEK Mrs Eastman Again Weds. Ashevtlle. N. C, Nov. I8.r-Mrs. So phie Harrison Eastman,' daughter of the late Carter Harrison, former may or of Chicago, was married here to Baker E. Sdwards of Norfolk, Va. The ceremony was performed by a Justice of the peace In offices of the attor ney, who has been conducting Mrs. Eastman's suit against Colonel R. S. McBee. Poison In Chicken Hath. New York, Nay. 18. Chicken hash served In the New York Ear and Eye Infirmary has resulted in forty-five private patients and the entire itaff of thirty-five nurses being attacked with ptomaine poisoning. The charity patients and the physicians did not have chicken on the occasion and are rejoicing. None of the cases are serious, however. i Duval Succeeds Weston. Washington, Nov. 18. Major Gener al Duval has been selected to succeed Major General Weston In command of the troops in the Philippines. General Duval is assistant chief of staff and that position will probably be filled by General Thomas Barry, now in com mand of the American army in Cuba. Oryan Meal Institute HAS OPENED OFFICES IN THE SMITH BUILDING Consult Dr. J. S. Paul , ) The Chief Examining Physjcjaffnd Surgeon. Consultation Viria Examination FREE TO A I Office hours 8 to 12 a. m. and'l to 5 p. m. 1 2 to 4 special hours for ladies. Cooper's Nephew Resigns.' Nashville, Nov. 19. A late develop ment In the Carroack .case Is the res ignation of Albert Stockell as assistant to Attorsey General McCarn. Young Stockell is a nephew of Colonel Dun; can Cooper. . Meets at Waco. Austin, Nov. 18. State Tax Assess ors' association holds its convention at Waco Dec. 14 and 15. Gasser a Success. Huntsvllle, Ala., Nov. 18. New gas well In West Huntsvllle is a paying proposition. DON'T ALLOW YOUR MANHA TTAN ROLICY WHY 111 v BECAUSE it is the most valuable asset you poutesi, and tht only ont upon which you ran be sure your family will realize one hundred cent on the dollar. BECAUSE it is as good as a Government Bond. It provides ready money when most needed, and may save your estate for your family' benefit. 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