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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 4, 1913, Victoria, Texas                                i ftr Ammwtt 7 VOLUME VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 4 1913 NUMBER TIME SIGNALS ACROSS COUNTRY Ssm Diego Informed by Wireless the Second Washington Gretts New Station 1913 To One and All Kindest Rerrembrances and Best Wishes I for the New Year The Advocate fr f DELIVER MESSAGE TO GOVERNOR tfSI MAY BE MADE I FIRE AT TAYLOR Alexander Suffers Loss of Over Other Losses Grandl Stock Company Coming Grand is coming Even lie kids remember who and wnat tho Grand Stock Company is Sulzer Assures New York Women of Governor Fails to Proclaim the Adop NOT WORRIED OVER OPPOSITION CoOperation Albany X They plaved in San D ego Ca Jan tne sage 5 this city about one year ago first time in the history of radio tele 0 I weeks engagement and all who at jjraphy San Diego tonight through oau w s tended remember them with a sense the powerful wire ess station at Point 1 lot pleasure Tlie company is coming Jjoma received time signals from the to YiUoria again and will begin their tion of that Constitutional Amendment I San Antonio Texas Dec j Taylor Texas Dec statement ot Governor Colquitt iinting In the roof of the Cirace Hotel tnllt ho wi oppose tho consolidation V Dec mes building on West Secoud Street this tho International Great Northern which the suffragette pilgrims Austin Texas Dec 111 afternoon caused a loss of between uilroad with the Missouri Pacific carried On foot from New York to Alevents which transpired here loclay it and Only heroic work bany was placed in Governorelect Sillis surmised that the courts will be in of Ihe fir cdepartinent saved Ihe system Is causing President B P liush of the latter railroad any worry observatory at Washington D C via the Arlington station by an automatic device fitted to the key Chief Electrician Graves stated the time signals came in with great force At five seconds before mid night Eastern time there came a ause in ihe clicking and then wltn unusual clearness came a long dash signified that the new year had I engagement under a big tent January U on the Fimbel lots Mr ONeal the advance man Fays the actors are bet zorB hands by General Kosalie voked 10 determine whetiier or not building and he bloek of business10 is ol shomjiffil Mr Bush ac dner Jones this afternoon home rule amendment to the state houses adjoining The governorelect assured the pill constitution was properly submitted A Alexander owner of the build grims that lie would cooperate ivlllil lle people mid ilieieforo if II wuslng estimates his loss from fire and legally adopted Such a test appears water damage to the structure at ter the repertoire better the band better the tent bigger and better and them The Message contents ofiu almost a foregone conclusion 000 or partially covered by knowledsed having heard of tbo gor ermirs position and bis declaration Wfjfe mil The juustloii of tlio regularity of the insurance Jlr and Mrs Joe F Hyde I Publication Ho did not say how to kill a consolidation bill if It came to him from he legislature but he not inclined to discuss the subject for the whole show season If it better is as than last good as it was then it is good enough for the ordinary person limiting an evenings VMliil Jtru liiau UJV ucn uau pleasure and it it is better it is surely been ushered in at Washington n i t Immediately afterward the device was disconnected and the operators at Arlington sent out a New Years greeting Operators at Point Loma believe that operators far out in the Pacific were able to interpret the signals j worth ihe price of admission The Mr Fox Advocate Convalescing eruorelect saw it said The suffragette hosts of the state send greetings and renewed con gratulations to Governor William L Sulzcr and express the earnest hope il his administration may be dis tinguished by the speedy passage of a woman suffrage ATTEMPT TO FIX BLAME San Antoaio Tex Dec an to fix the blame for the killing of Gregoria Puente who was shot to clealh a few nights ago in a saloon in the Fort Worth there has been an ex change of diplomatic telegrams he tween the United States and Mexico It is claimed the Mexican was killed because he entered the saloon where ther was a sign Mxicans not served in this bar He could not read and therefore was not in a position to heed the warning Manuel Estava consul general at San Aritonio has ttaltcn up the matter the state department and also County Attorney John Baskin of Tarrant County According to the Information here the Mexicanwas or dered out of the saloon A quarrel fol lowed andthe Mexican was killed CARSNER ABSTRACT COMPANY Officeover Lev Bank Trust Co Every instrument abstracted by an expert Loans on Real Estate SEE JORDAN BRrS Sanitary Plumbers When you are in need of Plumbing Supplies Repair Work done promptly Heaters and Bath Room Lighting systems a spe Oil Stove Trimming cialty Standard and Tourist 4 TRAINS DAILY New Orleans anil San Francisco Electric Lighted Sleepers and Diners Oil Burning Locomotices Steel Coaches Electric Block Signals Heavy Rails Rock Ballast The Route of Safe Travel For further information ask the local agent T J ANDERSON General PiKnger Agent glad to cliroaicle H was signed by representatives of that William Pox of Mariana who lias the various stale ennnl KuHrngu or been critically ill with pneumonia is Governorelect Sulzer convalescing Thanks Public for Patronage read lie message Then frowning he looked into the faces of the army as scmbled in front of Ihe executive man slowly and impressive John J Kubka who recently sold snn his dry goods business to E 1 Savoie thanks the public for its generous pa This s 0 hp wiu onc r tronage and respectfully asks for a imve Iln t is continuance of same under lie management Mr Kubecka lias no definite business plans for the future Founder of Osteopathy Coming Dr H D Still who is now making his home in Aictoria expects his fath er Dr A T Still of Kirksville Mo William Sulzer Looks of dismay which spread over tlio face of each officer private and re cruit illicitly vanished however when the governorelect smilingly con tinued Notwithstanding 1 receive this the discoverer oC osteopathy and the the spirit in which it was founder of the American School of As political justice Osteopathy at Kirksville here on a T llavc llways suffrnge visit in a few clays The presence of for mcn niul have recom mended in my message tint the legis this notedgentleman in this city will be quite a compliment to Victoria lature pass as soon as possible a wo man suffrage amendment to the con PROBLEM FO R SAN ANGELO I stitution of the Stale of iSow York I ladies deserve commendation for your enthusiasm for n treat cause tlrit ought to be respected by everybody and receive the consideration it mer lts I congratulate you on the success City at LOBS to Know What to Do With Poor Consumptives San Angelo Texas Jan fill outcome of your pilgrimage and Bishop and city officials are at a loss assure you that in the future as in the what to do with tlie many poor conpast all I can do foryour cause will snmplires who are being dumped into be done San Angelo by officials of other All of those who had made tile long towns Almost every day one or more march were present when the ines sonsumptives to San Angelo sage was delivered Headed by Gen eral Jones the marchers still carry ami their care falls on the city and ing their staffs and knapsacks were county officials j introduced to the governorelect and This is working such a hardship placed the message in his hands that something must be done Many The pilgrims later returned to their of these people come here hoping to hotel where the army was disbanded get into the state tubercular instituA few will remain in Albany for tne tion at Carlsbad but they have no ceremonies incident toGovernor Sui proper papers ancl consequently canzers inauguration while others re not be admitted turned home tonight A TEXAS WONDER DONT CAUSE submission of the has occupants of the hostelry sustained beonput up to the governor and the losses to the amount of l500 by attorney general along the Hues of damage to furniture bedding etc the editorial in The News several days no insunmce The Sturgis0old preseiil situation would affect his ru mored plan to call on the governor in Austin before returning North Bush did say however such an stein Company estimates damages would make unnecessary the money for the Governor Iolquitt issued proclania grain and feedstuffs stored In ions declaring adopted nnd in building at ivith partial ill effect tomorrow threeof the consitusurance Irving C Hale undertaker tional amendments curried in the No loss of siouk and undertaking goods largo amounts oC improvement of rail road properties in Texas He has not vouchsafed any information about the vcmier general election The fourth1500 with no Insurance Frank ritconsolidation of the Gulf lines since that proposing home rule for cities lenfield shoe repairing shop and fixilfs arrival in San Antonio but thfa was not included in the governorslures with no insurance may bo taken to moan that proclamations Tlio executive holds licit Phillips fruit dealers no ululli one management much money that an amendment Is not of effect insurance K K Ciirrtnln ailor wi 10 in building up the In until he issues ills official prochuna and 1C L SchulU realty office sustain erimllonal Great Northern tion declaring tlie result of lie eleccd losses by wnter with no Insurance j lu1 onhing it is said the road tion and heraiding it as formally All these places of business occul bMl wln made standard and re adopted Therefore the homo rulopietl first ploor of the building srnvol ballast amendment will not be of effect until I nnd praclically all the losses except he announces it by proclamation In the ceiling and roof of the third floor the meantime he will confer with Atwere caused by water torney General hooncy as Mr Wai The origin of the fire Is iinknqw tliall vacated the office today regard1 ing he regularity of the election A North Texas lawyer whose name is withheld by request saw the governor and insisted thai tho amendment was of no effect as it was not submitted in accordance with the directions of thif legislature This attorney argued that the authorities agree that correct time is the essence of regularity in elections and an election held at the wrong time was valueless As a result of these representations j the governor did not issue his prochij mation and the secretary of state has POSITION man married native Tenuessian must have work at once clerical position pre ferred experienced or will accept When children cough a good doallt jls time to take notice or something serious will develop A few doses of BAbLARDS HORBHOtlND SYRDP may ward off a spell of sickness Pries 2Gc 0c and per bottle Sold br Harding Parker and Fletchers Phar macy I clerkship some experience In gents furnishings Competent neat appear ance and not afraid of work Will go anywhere in vicinity of Victoria Ref erence S lozano at Hallors Have first class letters which it will give me pleasure to present in person Drop nn a card Care Delaware Hotel 1 Harry Jones 7passonger service car always INAUGURAL BALL NOT LIKELY Hicially the amendment was adopted by a large majority This last Is to furnish the occasion for a test in the The Texas Wonder cures kidney and Many Victoria People Have Kidney Trouble and Do Not Know It Do you have backache Are you tired and worn out Peel dizzy nervous and depressed Are the kidney secretions irregular Highly colored contain sediment Likely your kidneys are at fault Weak kidneys give warnings of dfe tress Heed the wornlng dont delay Use a tested kidney remedy Read this Port Lavaca testimony G H Chambers Port Lavaca Tot bladder troubles removing gravel cures diabetes wreak and lame backs rheumatism and all Irregularities of the kidneys and bladder In both men and women Regulates bladder trou bles In children If not sold by your drugglBt will be send by mail on TO celpt of One small bottle IB two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Send for Teias Dr B W Hall 2926 Olive Street St Louis Mo Sold by druggiatB Bay City Monument Nearly Completed not declared the result though iinofj ready n E Dean Auto Salts Co Palestine Charter Amendments Palestine Texas Jan At courlB It is expected that mandamus j lorney Greenwood and Attorney T B proceedings will be Instituted in theGreenwood are home fromAustin supreme1 court at once to compel thewhere they to confer with She secretary of slate toformally attorney generals department relatnjnj 111 tnat way Ule collrt ofiinK to tle niondmonl pass Uon tne result last resort will be called upon to noled by the recent election Palostln Congress Will Not Grant Uce of Build ing for Purpose Washington Jan chill which j superheated steam radiators couldnt dissipate descended on the headquar ters of tho inaugural committee to day when il became apparent that real danger existed that tbe customary inaugural ball would have to bo omit ted from the March 1 program be cause congress wouldnt grant Die use of either the capitol rotunda or the pension building for the big danco with which the iuaugura e in the past been cide the point at issue Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars lie ward for nny case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm National Bank of Commerce Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ofthe system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation 1 wound up is one of he cities in Ihe stale oporatl pOSprat tonight is that tho bail ing under the commission form of fonturc vm hilve cut from tI6 government and several changes are inauguration contemplated in the liear future The attorney generals deparmcnt has nil1 Exquisite and Fragrant Rexall ed that cities do not have to ask the Cream is popular with everyone legislature for changes In bo madn At Diesbachs The Rex WAGON HITS RUT MAN KILLED Laredo Texas Dec 31 Santana Villareal was killed while riding with two companions In a wagon near La kidney secretions were accompanied last nlgbt Vlllareal wa3 drivrB tho by pain in passage T suffered from ancl tbe other mcn wcre nav ritr Jan 1 Tlio Bays My kitlneT8 were out of order Bay City Texas Jan Con irreinilar The PiiA ranch seven mlles from tlere federate monument erected in the acuon was irregular The t court house yard by Capt P S Ruge ley Chapter U D C is completed I with the exception of connecting up the fountain attachments and the un Telling ceremonies will take place at i an early date The monument te about thirty feet in heightand was designed and made in Marietta Ga The Hearing about Deans 8iHlnB in the Kidney Pills I gave them a trial and lyng the tloor ot the wagon they brought great relief I wagOD bit a m ODe gUD VM When Tour Back Is and tne contcnts Viliareals Tor fof WdDe7 lWo distinctly panlns arre8ted bul at a cor oners investigation here this after fill Steps Rake IMPALED ON PICKET FENCE that Mr Chambers had 50c all stores Were Bremond Texas Jan FosterMllbum Co Props Buffalo N Barry a lineman was impaled on aY picket fence here today when a tele tM H fur thfln 1all 1 I ZEMO FOR DANDRUFF graph pole on which he was working snapped near the ground The pick ets went through his thigh and he is You Will be Surprised to See Mow ed with criminally assaulting an R Miniiter it Charged with Owensboro Ky January C Hoffmann formerly a Methodist minister and head of an orphan home at Deland is under arrest here charg seriously hurt i Barry was transferred wires from an old pole to a new one when the accident happened He came recent ly from Cambridge Mass For couglig and solds use BALr i LAUDS HORBHOUND SYRUP It iacts soothineIy in the Irritated lungs and throat Price 25c 50c anii 1100 per bottle Sold Harding A Parker and Fletchers Pharmacy Quickly It yearold girl an inmate of the Insti tution No more dirty coats from dandruff The warrant for his arrest was mall neads stops dandruff Apply from Deland Hoffmann who has It any time with tips of fingers No nis homo here slnqe September smell no smear Zemo sinks Info tho r9 years old and married pores makes the scalp healn healthy Since coming to Owenshoro hn has makes the hair fine and glossy For organized a hand of Holy Hollers any skin affliction Itch dandruff ec iinffma nn said ho would return to zcma pimples blotches try Zemo at Florida without requisition papers He our risk Zemo Is prepared by E W declared ho was Innocent and that tho Hose Medicine Co St Loulj Xfo and charges were the result of spite work but the amendment gave them that power when it passed This city now has three commis sioners nnd a mayor hut it is being agitated that a fourth commissioner ire added soall four wards can be repre sented The bond question was also looked into by City Attorney Camp bell as this city will probably issue bonds for public improvements soon all Store I have installed a 25H P Cal lahan gasoline engine and a sanitary Buffalo chopper makes my sausage department the most complete south of the large packert and have also let the contract for one more large cold storage room EJ Simon FOR horses 4 and G years old Apply F N Possnti Look to Louises Incorporation Louise Texas Dec Com mercial Club met In called session last evening to consider sanitary im provements for the town and tho build Ing of cement sidewalks ft was agreed however that incorporation vrated in interestbearing securities would first be effected and a comfor tho bcnefit ot the hotnc Hc Leaves Estate Worth Brenham Texas Jan last will and testament of Curtis T Roff who died December 24 has been filed for probate The will was made twelve days before the death of Mr Roft and leaves his estate ot the value of 36000 to his twentyeight descend ants who live in various parts of the United States Mr Kofi was never married and had only onc brother HT ing Ned Jloff from Tin Cup Colorado who came to Brenham many ago and assisted in nursing the de ceased through his long illness Mr nnd Mrs Thomas Stockbridge ot Brenham who are in no way related to deceased but who were kjnd to him and helped to nurse him will share equally with the other Mr Holt was always a staunch Knight of Pythias In fact amounted almost to a religion with him and In his will he shows his of the order by leaving to be IB mlttee was appointed to consult legal Jlillor Mr Iartner authority concerning the calling of an as wltnollt bond election at an early date CHILDREN CRY Frequently nnd for ho ftp liarent renson when they have worma WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE the remedy needed It destroy1 and removes worms ntfpnKtnens the slomnch and re stores healthy conditions A fw dosc9 brings buck rosy cheeks vigor and cheerfulness Price 25c per BotUe P BaMjrd Prop StLouljMo PHARMACY HARDING A PAHKCR Bad taste is the mouth is with a dose of HERB1NE It sweet ens the stomach and purifies the liver and bowels Price 50c Sold by Hart Ing Parkers and Fletchers Phar macy The Shepherd of the Hilli The Shepherd of the Hills is 1 very fine attraction booked to appear at Hnuschilds Opera House on Tues day January 7 and the prices hare been reduced to 50c 73c and 100 tho same prices as were charged in Antonio Watch the dally press H J Haugchild Mgr In answering advertisements la tbli paper awlays toll tho merchant saw tlra ad In tbe Advocate   

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