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Washer Bros. offered all sorts of styles of hat for $5-$15 and Ransom & Silsbee’s hats started at $2.50. “You’ll find your straw hat to be easier fitting and more comfortable if it has the Ransom & Silsbee ‘easy-fitting sweat.’” Willis Carrier invented air conditioning in 1902, but it was not yet widespread in 1925. For example, Frost Bank was the first U.S. bank to be air-conditioned, but not until 1928. Nathaniel Washer moved to San Antonio in 1899 to open a branch of the family’s Fort Worth-based store, says the Handbook of Texas entry on Washer. By 1905 it took up three stories. A Sept. 19, 1899, story in the San Antonio Light about the store’s opening said it was located “at the corner of Alamo and East Commerce streets, formerly occupied by Wolff & Marx.” Joske’s, by the way, was at that same intersection. According to another advertisement in newspaper archives, Ransom & Silsbee was located at 309-311 Alamo Plaza, which is not far from the intersection with West Crockett Street. When we think about modern straw hats, one local gent comes to mind.
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Appearing on BBC Newsnight, BBC political editor Nick Watt told Kirsty Wark that EU leaders have shown more flexibility in recent weeks, but the UK is still expected to “suffer” in the upcoming negotiations. Mr Watt said: “The mood music is much better from Michel Barnier and EU leaders. “The bottom line is that they want a deal but they don’t want a deal at any prize. “And Angela Merkel has been heard to say in private that the UK must suffer a little bit in these Brexit negotiations. However, according to Mr Watt, EU leaders have been encouraged to some extent by the Chequers proposal. Mrs May claimed the “alternative” to Chequers was a ‘no deal’ Brexit, during a BBC Panorama interview yesterday. Mr Watts said: “They think the Prime Minister has taken some serious political risk.” Angela Merkel was quoted saying that “the UK must suffer a little bit” in the Brexit negotiations (Image: GETTY•EPA) Mr Watts said EU leaders have been encouraged in one level by Chequers (Image: Getty) However he added: “They do have fundamental problems with fundamental elements of Chequers. “For example, the common rule book on goods, they say that this is trying to split up the four freedoms and if you cannot get agreement on those fundamentals then the EU is saying you need to have a backstop in Northern Ireland.” While Mrs May’s decision to adopt a binary strategy between the Chequers proposal and ‘no deal’ Brexit may be welcomed by EU leaders, it has been rejected by many MPs. It comes after a week of mounting pressure within her own party to “chuck Chequers”, as Brexiteers believe the agreement does not deliver on what the British people voted for. Theresa May’s binary strategy comes after a week of mounting pressure within her own party (Image: REUTERS) ‘EU have MORE to lose’ David Davis rubbishes post-Brexit farming fears Leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg told the BBC the Government would be “foolish” to place a Chequers-based agreement with the EU in front of MPs in Parliament, as the they would find the deal had “very little support”. He said: “This is the sort of Dirty Harry Option, it’s ‘come on punk, make my day’.
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Kim said on Wednesday he will visit Seoul in the near future, in what would be the first trip to the southern capital by a North Korean leader. As the highest peak on the Korean peninsula at about 2,750 meters (9,000 ft), Mount Paektu is the mythical origin of the Korean people, featured in South Korea’s national anthem and various North Korean propaganda. An active volcano, the mountain is dotted with secret camps and historical sites from Korea’s guerrilla war against the occupying Japanese in the 1930-40s, in which Kim’s grandfather, Kim Il Sung, played a leading role. North Korea says Kim’s grandfather and father, Kim Jong Il, were born at Mount Paektu, a centerpiece of the North’s idolization and propaganda campaign to highlight the sacred bloodline of the ruling Kim family. A copy of an article of the North’s official newspaper Rodong Sinmun dated Dec. 26, 1980 calls Mount Paektu a “sacred mountain of revolution” spearheaded by Kim Il Sung “in the flames of the arduous 20-year anti-Japan struggle.” “State media and ideological indoctrination was setting the stage” for Kim Jong Il’s power succession that took place in 1980, said Michael Madden, a North Korea leadership expert at the Stimson Centre’s 38 North in Washington. Kim Jong Un, too, has visited the mountain around major developments in North Korea, such as before he executed top officials including his uncle Jang Song-thaek in late 2013, and following North Korea’s fifth nuclear test in 2016. He last went there in December, after declaring North Korea had completed its goal of becoming a nuclear state, according to state media. “(Moon) would add much legitimacy to Kim, who had never had any summit with a foreign leader until early this year,” said Seo Yu-suk, a research manager at the Institute of North Korean Studies in Seoul.