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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 4 January 1917

REEVES FAMILY KILLED -v mi pi i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ri i ni 1 1 i nil nil In IJMhllllllnllJh rllhrJIrh Henry Waller Aged 33 Mmden Community Planned anq Executed the Murder of Jno. N. Reeves Wife and Three ChildrenNegroes Who Helped Him Con- fess Crime. Mlnden La. Dec. 29. Henry Wall-' er aged 33 a farmer living In tbe same community planned and execut- ed tbe killing of John Nelson Reeves bli wlfo and three children in their home near this city on Christmas evening according to a reported con- fession of the three negroes who were arrested Christmas day. The three negroes were spirited away to Baton Rouge La. and placed In the peniten- tiary for fear of violence. All three f the negroes are alleged to be ac- complice! of Waller. it Proposed League of Nations to En- force Peace Would Not Further Complicate Matters. (By Aaaoclated PreeaJ New York Dec. 29. For the United States to Join a league of nations to enforce world peace after the present war "would In no wise be Jeopardizing the ...

Publication Title: Bryan Weekly Eagle And Pilot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 4 January 1917

Crtjan Dwkig EoqU y THI IAQLI fRINTINQ CO. Entered at the Poetoffloe at Bryan Texas m Becond-clut MU Matter. ubeerlptlen Price SUM Per Annum. CLOOMY DAYS AHEAD FOR TAX. PAYERS. '' V If any thoughtful citizen of the country doubts that the coat of the federal government la to become a paramount Issue In the congressional elections of 1918 he must be strange- ly blind to present symptoms. It seems that almost every day the estimate of the coming deficit swells. week ago It was Indicated at 280 million dollars. Three days ago It was estimated at 300 million dollars and In yesterday's dispatches it was stated at 370 million dollars. That means that the deficit has been growing at the rate of more than a million dollars a day during the fis- cal year. And in order to make that good we are told now that besides an issue of 125 million dollars In Panama canal bonds there must be Increased in- come and Inheritance taxes additional taxes on distilled and malt liquors cigarettes and bottled w...

Publication Title: Bryan Weekly Eagle And Pilot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 4 January 1917

LOCI AliD FRSO;i.l TKUKSDAY . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myers had ai their guests during the holidays Mra. Myers' parents Mr. and Mrs. D. Cooke ot Waco. Mr. Cooke returned to Waco yeaterday afternoon and Mra. Cooke Is visiting her sister Mrs. Harry Hudson In Caldwell. J. T. Swanson ot Navasota was a Visitor In Bryan yeaterday on busi ness. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Klnnard return- ed to Caldwell yesterday afternoon af- ter spending the holidays with their daughter Mrs. P. A. Tardy. F. L. Henderson went to Houston yesterday. Arnold and Branan Leverton went to Houston yesterday afternoon to spend a few days with relatives. Dr. W. H. Oliver and little children Jane and Blllle. are spending 4 few days with relatives In Caldwell. J. W. Sheppard was In the city to- day from his home near Kurten. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson of Beaumont are guests ot Mrs. John- son's mother Mrs. J. N. Cole. Mr. snd Mrs. Sam Levy are spend- ing the holidays with relatives at Helena Ark. C. A. Jenkins of Wlxon was In th...

Publication Title: Bryan Weekly Eagle And Pilot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 4 January 1917

I V TO STATE Will Not Jt That Stand in the Way of Securing t TVAiM Pirct rinmrnuni a Jreace vonierciiw cate Same Privately Does JNot Ask tne cniemccs w ivauv Terms Public. Washington D. C Dec 28. It dm been made known that Germany will not permit peace negotiations to be blocked by a refusal of the entente belligerents to enter a conference without prior knowledge of their terms. The central powers are repre- sented m willing to permit a confi- dential eichange of broad tentative terms through President Wilson. If it Is necessary to Insure a peace conten- tion. There are broad Intimations that a statement of this position by Germany has either been communicated to the United 8tates or toon would be. Ger- many Is said to be looking to the United States to exert every effort to bring about a peace conference and Is ready to consider any suggestion of President Wilson. It U said Ger- many has no Intention of asking the entente allies to make public their terms and will not publicly div...

Publication Title: Bryan Weekly Eagle And Pilot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 4 January 1917

THE nRYAfl WEEKLY EA(;J I i" A TOOT A CAR IN 1917 Be the best worker. Take a pace and keep that pace-making each day; how an increase above the day's pace that you hope to make. The wise con- testant li the one that makes each week larger than the previous week. You should be the wise contestant Don't let anyone tell you that you have not a chance (or you have. It Is the person that sticks that wins the race. Those who lack stamina al- ways (all when the race gets warm. The contestant that determines to win and works to win Is always rewarded well Determine today that you will be one of the (ew that stay with the race till the finish. The winner Is al- ways the one with the determination sand and grit to stick to a thing once started. Be the determined one the person with determined caliber. . List of Contestants. The following are the name of the people still in the contest. They are 'he ones with pride and stamina enough to stick to win. They wish wie subscriptions of the public a...

Publication Title: Bryan Weekly Eagle And Pilot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 4 January 1917

V. if- i ' k St ; I i. l; THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAfcLE I HG FORGES 1 SIEPING11R D Are Overrunning Russians and Rumanians in Several Provinces and Seriously Threaten a Portion of the Russian Front Mackensen's Mefe Striking Strongest Blow of the War. London Jan. 2. Further advances been completed and Is now being con by the Teutonic troops in Moldavia Wallachle and Dobrudja are the out standing features of today's war news. Some of the heaviest blows of ' the war are being struck by Von Mackensen's armies and the threat to the northeast end of the Russian front seems serious. Not to Washington Ready. Paris Jan. 2. The allies' reply to President Wilson's note will not be published until the end of the present week it is understood. The text has sldered by the different cabinets. The ententes' reply to President Wilson's peace not probably will be delivered shortly to Ambassador Sharp in Paris. It has already been approved by England and France and now awaits the approval of Russia and Italy...

Publication Title: Bryan Weekly Eagle And Pilot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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