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   Kerrville Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 1929, Kerrville, Texas                                LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY See the new Chryslers Get the new low prices Ask about the terms LEE MASON SON rrville 20 Chrysler Plymouth Prices Delivered Complete Buslnesa RoadBter or Four Door tEE MASON SON KERRVILLE TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21 1929 i I SHOT BY Her Marriage Illegal The whole community was shocked Monday afternoon when the news came that E J Stewart for mer Texas University coach and owner of summer school camps had been accidentally killed while hunt ing 22 miles west of Kerrville Stewart received a load of buck shot in the chest at a distance of 76 feet fired by a fellow hunter who mistook him for a deer Stewart had gone down in a canyon to chase out a deer and misunderstanding the route by which Stewart was to re turn the hunter who was waiting for a shot fired the buckshot load which ended Stewarts life Doc Stewart was celebrated as a football coach having been coach at Texas University at the El Paso School of Mines and other schools of the nation f He was proprietor of the Heart o the Hills Inn near Hunt on the South fork of the river and also had es tablished two summer schools one for boys and the other for girls located on the North Fork of the Guadalupe and the South Fork iespectively These summer schools and the Heart o the Hills Inn had forged to thertront under Stewarts direction and had become nationally known though only a few years old His long experience with student bodies had given him a wide acquaintance and influence He had not lost his interest in athletics although he had retired from the field as football coach his last contractbeing with the School of Mines at El Paso As I jjfne of the equipments for his career ne had faVpn nn TW n ne had taken an degree Western Reserve University Cleveland Ohio A short service was held at at of the Funeral Parlor November conduced by Rev C R Brewster pastor of the Methodist Church The body was shipped to Cleve land Ohio and burial will be in Lake view Cemetery at Cleveland Mrs E J Stewart and Mrs Will James will accompany the remains to their last resting place E J Stewart was born in Cleve land Ohio Jan 26 1877 died No vember 18 1929 He Beautiful Irene Bordonl noted int ger and actress filed a countenuit fat divorce against E Ray Goctz proV duccr and claimed that she was never legally married to Mr Goete as their marriage in Chicago in 1918 violated the Illinoislaw specifying that divorcees must allow an interval of a year to elapse before remarry A B Burton Speaker At Kiwanis Club The George Ellis Hot Springs Or chestra now at the Blue Bonnet Hotel delighted the assembled Ki wanians with the latest orchestra music at the Kiwanis luncheon NUMBER 37 Teague Merchant Shot While Hunting Tuesday H F Day a merchant from Tea gue was fatally shot Tuesday after noon in the 0 F Henke pasture He hadclimbed a tree and was tMI j calling turkeys when an un ueo kills the conductor intro1 known person shot him thinking it duced the musicians composing turkey orchestra and each was received with Day Rmj a Oj friends were applause as was also their music j hunting in the G F Henke pasture Mike Cassidy a traveling salesthls keirig the fourth year he had man was introduced also as a visitor nunted in the Henke pasture It arid at the suggestion of his hearers fcems that he had used this same told one of his best stories For the speaker of the day the club did not send out of town but used one of its own members in a voca tional talk A B Burton a local banker and a former president of the Schreiner Wool Mohair Commission Company Sells Wool The Schreiner Wool and Mohair Commission Co sold their entire ac cumulation of Fall wool about 000 pounds to C D Stokes and John S Allison at prices ranging from 18c to 19c an average of per pound Seven buyers attended the sealed bid sale on Wednesday Nov 13th C D Stokes representing Winslow Co John S Allison representing Adams Leland Caldwell Palmer representing Jere miah Williams Co Chas F Angell representing Hallo well Jones Donald J M Lea representing Draper e I club gave the inside dope on his call ing discussing the ancient origin of banks and banking business He also discussed the recent stock market slump and gave some warn ing about investing in just any stocks and getrichquick schemes that are often promoted especially in times of financial stress At the next meeting the club is promised a visit from Dr P B Hill of San Antonio and after the lunch eon Dr Hill will give an address at the Arcadia Theatre on The 0C1J11C often as an outlook for turkeys an Justlce E HTurner was sum moncd to the scene and held the in the body stm Mged on the limbs of the tree was ordered lowered Hade Twenty Millions mLKIESTOOPENAT by the Justice of the Peace A thorough investigation was made and the verdict was as follows He came to his death from a gunshot wound inflicted by some person un known to The body was shipped to Mexia for interment Day had a wife and four children Co Joe B Skinner representing Colo Hughes representing nial Wool Co Duwain E Studley Emery All above firms are Boston Mass wool dealers Mr A C Schreiner of the Schreiner Wool and Mohair Commission said that only three bids were re reived Stokes Allison bid of for onehalf of the accumulation D E Hughes bid of for the entire his I accumulation and J M Lea bid of for the entire accumulation We rejected all bids and the fol lowing day sold the entire accumula tion at 18 c average The sale is very satisfactory to ourselves and we know it will be to our customers it may not look so bad in a widow Mrs Sadie Stewart a niece Miss Jean Whetsel who was a mem ber of the family two brothers Will Stewart and Frank Stewart of Cleve a sister Mrs Austin of Cleveland and a host of friends and admirers throughout Texas and other states few weeks In the 40 years or more of our experience in the wool busi ness we rejected the bids in part or all only four or five times and invari ably had to sell for less money later Legion Louisville Convention to Be Shown in Movies The next meeting of the Louis Hal pvien Post of the American Legion to be held November 26 at p m in Legion Auditorium will be of de cided interest to every World War Veteran as the entertainment feature will be a film showing the National Convention of the Legion held at Louisville Kentucky the first part of October The opening of the convention notable speakers the big parade which is always an interesting fea ture of the convention see your own state represented intimate glimpses here and there through the crowded streets of LouisviJle flashes of al most every interesting phase of the convention and there were many are all brought to you in a most absorb Every World War veteran is in vited to be present for the showing of the film and to bring his wife or sweetheart There will be a drawing nor prizes to be given attendants at on The Bandera accumulation of wool was sold during the Sari Angelo sale about two weeks ago at 20c to 21c This was before the last crash in Wall Street and the market has been declining ever since Turkey Dinner Friday At Petersons Auto Show Rooms The ladies of the Methodist Church announce that a turkey dinner will be served Friday November 22 at Peter sons Auto Show rooms This event given annually during the Thanks giving season by the Methodist ladies will attract hundreds such is the fame of these feasts An abundance of juicy turkey has been secured and everybody will be well fed on turkey and trimmings pies cakes all for 75c In addition to the feast Hunting Season Opens Seek Game Saturday November 16th dawned clear cool and ideal open ing of the 1929 hunting season Hunters from far and near throng ed the roads leading into the Hill Country Friday and Saturday many of them getting into camp Friday and were out after the buck and gob ler early Saturday morning On the streets all day Friday and earlier in the week khaki clad hunt ers with rolls of bedding on their cars were seen getting theirhunting licenses and loading up camp supplies for their hunting expedition Game is plentiful this year and the fame of this section as a hunting ground is yearly growing and the hunters come rolling in Many a table will this week have as its chief item savory vension or finely flavor ed wild turkey Local hunters were not negligent of the hunting opportunities of the season but many of them camped out Friday night in the pastures and were ready for hunting at the peep of day Jose M Herrera Jose M Herrera was born in Monterey Mexico in 1846 and died in Kerrville November 12 1929 At of 16 he joined the Mexican Army and served for three years fighting against Maximilian When Maximilan was taken prisoner at Queretaro Herrera was one of the soldiers who kept guard at the place of imprisonment capacity 61 days serving in that After the war in 1867 young Her rera came to Brownsville and later to Kerr County arriving here jn 1869 He worked for Sidney B Rees Capt Caldwell Capt Schreiner and other pioneer citizens of Kerr County He went up the trail with one of Capt Schreiners cattle herds in 1869 For a number of years he was a resident on Privilege Creek Bandera community settled by pioneer Mexi Jesse L Livermore famous as speculator is said to have between twenty and thirty million dollars in a few days through the decline in prices on the Stock Ex Gov Moody Kills Ten Point Buck Governor Dan Moody often comes to this section of the state for his hunting and fishing outings He arrived here with the opening of the hunting season Saturday Nov 16th on his way to G F Schreiners ranch on the south fork of the Guada lupe for a short deer hunt He was successful in bringing down a tenpoint buck so Mr Schreiner reports On the way out he visited for a short time at Live Oak Ranch A friend of the Gover nor accompanied him on his hunting trip here He returned to Austin Monday Thos Frayne Slugged And Robbed Tuesday Returning from a hunt late Tues day afternoon Pat Frayne nephew of Thos Frayne found the aged mer chant in an unconscious condition at his place of business on South Water street Frayne was struck over the eye and had probably been in an un conscious condition for hours as a re sult of the blow From indications the intruder had gone through the place looking to Meet Junction Thanksgiving for Title i Junction completely outplayed Fredericksburg in the district foot ball game at Junction Tuesday after noon and won easily 41 to 0 starting the scoring in the first quarter and continuing through the game with the exception of the second quarter money or valuables not known just what was Frayne who was removed to It is stolen the Secor Hospital was still in an unconscious condition Wednesday af ternoon No clue thus far has been discovered as to the identity of Fraynes assailant on sale sion can families Rev Polly fancy and others The Methodists of the Llano dis trict of which Kerrville is a part post meetings and everyone present held a Set Up meeting at Maaon will be permitted to participate in j Wednesday Ministers and Rodriguez j i n m JH lam to Esthero Come and enjoy the occaTrevino and there were two sons and two daughters born to them He had nineteen grandchildren and seventeen great grandchildren At MaSOn Wednesday twentytwo years he had re1 J sided in Kerrville and had assisted R I J Castillo his soninlaw in his business I District Meeting Tivy Defeats Bertram High The Tivy High Antlers won its semifinal game by a sweeping vic tory 41 to 0 over Bertram High here Tuesday afternoon Tivys six touchdowns against Ber tram strongest team from the east ern portion of the district were made by Rogers Dietert Johnston Karger with Dietert and Johnston making two each Points after touchdown were made by Rogers two Brown Johnston and one awarded Tivy be cause Bertram was off side The visitors never penetrated Tivys ten yard zone Johnston Tivys quar terback made the feature play when he went 46 yards for the fifth touch down He also intercepted a Ber tram pass Brown Tivy end gained 30 yards on a long pass Defense work for Bertram was led iy Smith quarterback H Diebbler tvalfback Ledbetter halfback and Hodges end Ledbetter intercepted a Tivy pass and L Priest recovered two of his own teams fumbles Smith put up a splendid fight to gain in the last period and got jn a number of short strides Tivy made 16 first downs Bertram 10 Penalties for Tivy totaled 10 yards for Bertram 10 Losses suf fered by Tivy six yards by Bertram 14 Tivy punted four times to aver age 31 yards Smith got in the long est punt 60 yards Tivy remains unbeated and not tied m all district nondistrict and play off games mu cAcepuon oi tne second quarter UUUK ixov during which Fredericksburg made day of the hunting its best showing season It was a nine point buck Junction and Tivv nd was killed bv Robinson at about Kerrville is awaiting the opening of the Arcadia next Thursday with a thrill of anticipation when the first Talkie will be introduced here During the first part of next week the Arcadia will be closed making ready for the opening Workmen and decorators will work day and night to complete every detail that will make the house ready for its opening next Thursday evening at oclock with the super screen version of the celebrated Philip Dun ningGeorge Abbott stage success The decorations for the Arcadia were designed by the King Studios of Dallas expert theater decorators From canopied ceiling to carpeted floor the interior presents an ap pearance most pleasing to the eye and equally in artistic design and ele gance of appointment The new Electric Sound System movietone equipment which is the can buy is being installed The Western Electrical system was designed by the Bell Tele phone Laboratories which have for years been the leading organization in the world devoted problems of acoustic engineering It was manufactured by Elec tric Company The Arcadia management should be congratulated on bringing to Kerr ville this modern method of enter tainment Kerrville theatergoers can now see the best and latest pictures at home Hunting Parties Meeting with Success E Robinson an out of town hunter reported to the Ice and Stor age plant with the first buck Nov 1 jl Red Cross Drive Junction and Tivy are undefeated by i the district and will clash at 1 Saturday Corning The largest buck brought in the j m the district and will clash at Junction on Thanksgiving Day forL Iareest buck brought in the the title first lay waa a point buck weigh 0 140 pounds dressed which was Jimmie Rodgers Makes Picture Jimmie Rodgers and R T Gerard returned Monday afternoon from a sevenweek vaudeville tour in the larger cities of Texas New Orleans New York City Washington D C and other places on the eastern coast While in New Jersey Jimmie in vaded the movie world making a short feature one reel talkie The Singing The picture was filmed by the Columbia Picture Corp He rejected for the present an offer to make a sixreel feature picture State Baptist Convention In Session at Beaumont Baptists from all parts of the state gathered at Beaumont this week for their great State Convention It is expected that will attend large numbers always being on hand for the State Convention Former Gover nor Pat Neff will call the convention to order and preside over the opening Other important meetings incident to the convention will be held Heads of boards are on hand to represent the interests of the church and help formulate plans for the future Not only Baptists but all people will follow with great interest the To be Continued i of the State Baptist Convention Brown John R Furman and Galbraith in charge of the Roll Call are not receiv encouragcment that the cause i the prizes TWO FIRES laymen from the charges extending from Lampass to Bandera and from Boerne i to Mason were inattendance The meeting was presided over by Presiding Elder of Plans for the totally destroyed by fire Friday night Wdtetrict 7s No one was living in the Doudlinger mapped out The enthusiasm creat place when it burned Monday night the home of Douglas burned while Douglas wasjtober a successful one Rev C E away from home The neither fire is known It had been hoped that the full amount would be in hand by the 18th I but such is not the case j While Hunting The drive will be continued how T t cver since the official time of dosing I Jack Barton 13yearold son of Thanksgiving Day Let every Union Thanksgiving Service to Be Held At Baptist Church vuubvtf rv WclU brought down by the markmanship of W Keyes of San Angelo Dr Wagner of brought in the first turkey gobler Visiting the Ice and Storage plant Monday afternoon it was learned that 30 bucks were then on cold stor age at the plant and a number of turkeys Two hunting parties ar rived while we were at the plant with turkeys Turkey and deer both are adorning the running boards of cars of the re turning hunters all going to show that Kerrville is the center of the sportmans paradise Dr P B Hill to Deliver Address Here Tuesday Dr p B Hill pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of San Antonio w to be the guest of the Kiwanis Club next Tuesday Nov 26 and will deliver an address on The Home at the Arcadia Theatre from to p m While the address la under the auspices of the Kiwanis Uub the ParentTeachers Associa tion the Rotary Club and other or ganizations are invited to be present at the Arcadia and hear Dr Hills lecture The public generally should take advantage of the opportunity of hearing such a speaker as Dr discuss so important a subject The Hill as Jack Barton Injured autt us 6V6ry Henry Barton of Turtle Creek com Join all you need is a heart and mumty accidentally shot himselfa service The union Thanksgiving be held at the First uapr Church Wednesday evening at Rev C R Brewster pastor of the Methodist Church will Thanksgiving sermon preach the a 3030 rifle ball passed through origin of Wheat Rev C R Brewster and cal AWWAM0 others from KerrvilJe altered stances is reported to be getting along well under the circuw CARD OF THANKS 1 wish to acknowledge with grate ful appreciation the kindness sym pathy and beautiful floral offerings extended to me during my recent be reavement in the loss of ay Dear Husband MRS WILLIAM TAGL Mrs L T Clark of Johnson City is spending the week visiting her par ents Rev and Mrs P E Hawkins here Elsworth Hawkins of McCamey and Howard Hawkins of Angleton spent the weekend here visiting their parents Rev and Mrs P E Hawkins Kerrville Listed to Get Federal Building Washington Nov 19 Approxi worth of new pub lic buildings in Texas will be speeded up as the result of President Hoovers decision to seek larger appropria tions for Federal building purposes it was learned today In all 66 buildings are fanned for Texas among which are Dallas Houston Beaumont San Antonio E Paso Fort Worth Sabine Galveston and Kerrville are on the list for Fed eral buildings The list of 56 Texas postofflces are the result of nonpartisan building Program in which Republicans anj Democrats joined during the Coolidge Administration President Hoovers decision however will rush the con e con struction along at a much faster rate than originally planned   

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