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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 18, 1913, Victoria, Texas                                Greatest Strengthbuilder Medical Science French Publisher First Victoria ant Victoria County Second Southwest Texas in 0 cncral Subscription Per Aoaoa VOLUME 67 VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1913 NUMBER CLEARING DECKS f OR REAL WORK Indications Now Are That of Governor Will Be Sent In for Contideration on Thursday Austin Texas Jan a vote 16 to 11 the senate today adopted the old rules of the Thirtysecond leg islature temporarily A figUt was made to provide that a committee of five shall appoint all committees in stead the lieutenant governor as has been done for years The vote on the adoption ot the old rules was the test and showed that the plan to pro vide for the appointment of commit tees by a committee on committees not carry under prevailing senti ments Committees were appointed to noti fy both the governor and the house the senate is ready for work The Jaouse refused to receive the senate because it has not yet com pleted organization The senate could not work and shortly before noon ad jrourned until Thursday at 10 Oclock Prior to adjournment Lieutenant Governor Davidson announced the committees of Lieutenant Governor elect Mayes as follows Senate committees Finance Wil lacy chairman Weiuert Cowell Mur ray Nugent Real Wilcy Austin McGregor Brelsford Johnson Taylor Contingent expenses Warren chair man Cowell Conner Carter Real Judiciary No 1 Morrow chair man Carter Lattimore Paulus Wat son Hudspeth Greer Brelsford AVil ey Judiciary No 2 Conner chairman Vaughan Townsend Bailey McGreg or Paulus Nugent Brelsford Carter Internal improvements Kauffman chairman Lattimore McNealus Col lins Hudspeth Real McGregor Bat ley Cowell Johnson Morrow Taylor Brelsford Educational affairs Paulus chair man Johnson Darwin Gibson Cow ell Astin Weinert Real Wiley Constitutional amendments Vau chairman Terrell Westbrook Warren Darwin Gibson Wallacy JoJanson Watson Torvns and city corporations Car ter chairman McNealus Hudspeth Terrell Real Bailey Lattimore Col lins Cowell Gibson Morrow Public lands and land office Mur ray chairman Johnson Hudspeth Brelsford Townsend Collins Nugent Wiley Westbrook State penitentiaries Weinert chair man Greer Hudspeth Bailey Nu gent Taylor Kauffman Vaughan Warran Real Murray IPublic health Kauffman chair man Real Collins Wallacy McNeal us Astin Bailey 3Iilitary Affairs MeNealus chair Collins Brelsford Johnson Co Astin Paulus State Affairs Brelsford chairman Iarwin Gibson Terrell Townsend Watson Westbrook Commerce and Manufactures Col lias chairman Lattimore Conner Bielsford Kauffman Bailey John sou Hoads Bridges and Ferries Ter rell chairman Taylor Morrow West brook McNealus Weinert Townsend Public debt claims and accounts Townsend chairman Terrell Wiley Nugent Astin Hudspetli Carter Counties and county boundaries Johnson chairman Willacy Conner Darwin Brelaford Rules Lattimore chairman Wat son Murray Darwin Gibson Tederal chair man Vaughan Hudspeth Real John son Tublic printing McNealus chair man Terrell Johnson Taylor Cow ell Judicial districts Hudspeth chair man Nugent Bailey Collins Brels ford Morrow Carter Taylor Greer State asylums Real chairman Warren Brelsford McGregor West brook Taylor Greer Congressional districts Cowell chairman Hudspeth Brelsford Mc Gregor Morrow Nugent Paulus Con ner Weinert Stock and stock raising Astin chairman Murray Real Warren Conner Weslbrook Taylor Treasurers and comptrollers de pa rtmiHjts Bailey chairman Cowell Willacy Warren Morrow Conner Taylor Public buildings and grounds Dar win chairman Kauffman Carter Mc Gregor Watson Insurance statistics aud history Watson chairman Kauffman Cowell Fauius Weinert Real Murray Mining aud irrigation Brelsford chairman Johnson WJiJlary Kauff man Collins Murray Hudspeth Tay lor Conner Labor Taylor chairman Morrow Bailey Warren Lattimore McNealus Cowell Vaughan Real Qirolled bills Gibson chairman Darwin Townsend Engrossed bills Brelsford chair man Taylor Terrell Senatorial districts Nugent chair man Watson Vanghun Hudspeth Lattimore Wallacy Johnson Weinert Morrow Privileges and elections McGregor chairman Morrow Wallacy Bailey Watson Nugent Lattimoro Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an infhimnied condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the raucous surfaces We will give Due Hundred Dollars for any case of Deamess caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free P J CHENEY CO Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 7fic Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Company Organized to Water Land n Chronicle Land Company with a capital stock of was charter ed Wednesday for the purpose of ir rigating and raising rice on 6000 acres of land lying in Harris and Galves ton Counties The incorporators are John Thompson vice president and general manager of the Guarantee Life Insurance Company James F Sadler general manager of the Con inental Trust Company Jonathan ane president of the Guarantee Life Insurance Company and Lee C Ayers ill of Houston Fortyfive Minutes from Broadway In the theatrical world as well as in the sphere of advertising one is some imes tempted to make use ot the slc gan Dont take substitutes insist upon getting what you ask lor in other words when a writer for the itage or a manager has succeeded in putting forth anovelty and that novel ty is copied by some other who lacks the initiative of the first it is good lolicy to see the original rather than what is bound to an unsatisfactory copy This is particularly true of George II Cohans Fortyfive Min utes from oroadway which Latiniore Leigh will present at Hauschilds Opera House on Tuesday January 21 with Bert Leigh as Kid Burns the prize fighter and Miss Ha zele Burgess as Mary Jane Jenkins and a first class cast and production Flood Conditions Grow No Worse Washington Jan by the American Red Cross Into the flood situation in the Ohio Valley have de veloped that local organizations are yet able to relieve sufferers and un less conditions become much worse here will be no need for aid from the national organization U S Senators Elected Denver Colo Jan Gov Charles S Thomas and Gov John F Shafroth Democrats were elected United States Senators from Colorado today the Senate and House voting sepadately Twelve Republicans in the House and three in the Senate voted for the Democratic candidates In compliance with the pledges taken prior to the November election The election will bo ratified at joint ses sions tomorrow Boise Idaho Jan the first ballot Senator W E Borah was elect ed United States Senator by the Leg iilature today Lansing Aiich Jan Alden Smith was this afternoon re elected Tnited States Senator by the Michigan Legislature Morton Jan W WoHcs received a majority vote for United States Senator today INEZ NOTES Frank Botz cor Inez Texas Jan Inez Sun day School at its meeting lust Satur day afternoon passed the following resolutions That whereas our Heavenly Kathci in His infinite love and wisdom has taken from our midst little Julian Smith one of the Primary Class and one of the charter members of 0111 Sunday Wo as u school and as individuals feel Hint we have sustained the loss of a little life which has for the past two years been a real blessing to us be cause of his example of regular at tendance at Sunday School and lie cause of his unselfish spirit and hi unusual earnestness at all times Lit tle Julian seemed to be constantly thinking of God and of heaven and by his words and in his prayers lias lecl those of us who are older more upon heavenly tilings to think We are indeed grateful to God for this litllo life with its many lessons to us We wish as a Sunday School Io ex tend to the bereaved uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs 13 F Thompson the lat ter for so long our superintendent our heartfelt sympathy and prayer that the good of all comfort may sanctify to them and to us all this affliction A copy of these resolutions be sent by our secretary to Mr and Mrs Thompson and a copy be printed in the Victoria Advocate The Inez Sunday School Miss Stella Griffith Secy Dont forget the good roads matter We need good roads They will bcne Tit all Lee Farrer and wife of Angleton were mingling with relatives and friends here for a few days Inez Camp W 0 W installed their officers for this year Saturday night A good many members were present Refreshments were served after the meeting All had a good time August Scherer and C 13 Barnett of Telferner were in Inez Saturday on business The Inez Lumber Yard is a fact now If you need any lumber call and you will get what you want A B Laidluir a brotherinlaw of T J Martin is here on a visit from Prouers Colorado Mr and Mrs H H Davis patents of Dr Davis of this place will spend he remainder of the winter here Sunday was a cold day but better than the weather we had before The members of the Sunday School are planning to go to work and get more new members and to put new life in the school for the new year An invitation is extended to all io come and join Sunday School every Sunday afternoon at the Union Church at Inez Well we want to see what our law makers are going to do for the next few months We trust they all will work for the welfare of the state It s needed J B Branch a merchant of Telfer ner took charge of the postoffice there last week 0 F Tiailey resigning All subscribers to the Advocate at the Tellerner community will please pay their subscriptions to F H Sober er of that place We will get it So keep this in mind We wonder if our old friend Joe Staff is using leggings on his chickens this year It was cold enough to do so to keep the little critters warm Louis Kolle of the Leona went to San Antonio Monday with his father F Kolle Sr his father will see a doctor there about some aliment he is suffering from We trust the old gentleman will soon be well again H F Letts and IT C Koontz went to Victoria Monday on important bus iness Rev Monroe of Edna will hold ser vices at the Union Church here Sun day afternoon Everybody invited to attend these services There Is a stove at the church and everybody will be comfortable The services will begin at 3 p m after Sunday School R R Dincans and O Jones are new subscribers and L B Farrer Wm Ynndrez and R W Schustcreit have renewed their subscriptions to the Weekly Advocate O Jones and family have bought some land in tho Sltterlo pasture and have moved there Settlers are still coining to Inez and most of them are well pleased with their land purchases Rtxall Bunion Ease An applica tion to fci painted directly on the bun ion Will relieve or money back 25 cents at The Rexall Store 40600 GIRLS JOIN RANKS OF STRIKERS Flaming Red Posters Used in Garment Workers Fight Swell Total of Idle Army to Near 200000 New York Jan thousand finming red posters distributed in 100 girls dress and shirt waist factories today turned nearly 10000 workers into the ranks of the strikers in the garment making trades now number ing nearly 200000 The posters were the olllcial call for a strike among the dress and waist makers who had previously sanction ed such action All of these employes are girls some of them under 11 years of ago and their organizations have appoint ed committees to guard lie idle work ers against agents of the white slave trade Santa Kosu Slrcel mans openfaced watch Finder re turning same to this olllce will receive reward Pleurisy pains are located just be low tlie short ribs Lumbago affects tile same region but toward he hack HAL LAUDS SXOW LINIMENT is the remedy in cither case if rubbed in thoroughly It cases pain relaxes the muscles and the patient can move about freely and comfortably Price 25c 50 and per bottle Sold by Harding Parker and Fletchers Phur Can Act as Well ci Sing Seats will go on sale Wednesday morning January 22 at llanscbilds Music Store for Fllen Beach Yaws engagement at the opera house Wed nesday January 29 America recog nized Miss Yaws abilities when her work was but the promise of her pres ent fulfillment Retaining the uniiiue duality of her voice Miss Yaw has built upon the strong foundation such a superstructure of culture such a wealth of finish and development as places her easily among the foremost singers of the world Tills perhaps night have been expected from one so richly endowed by nature but Miss Yaw has done more She has develop ed dramatic lowers and a tenderness and depth of interpretive genius Add to this her unspoiled unaffected bear ing and there is no wonder that she lias confpierecl Miss Yaws associate on the program will be Franklin Can non one of the greatest pianists of this generation who has but recently re urued from great successes in Europe A FAIR WARNING One That Should Be Heeded by Vic toria Residents Frequently the first sign of kidney trouble is a sKght ache or pain in the oins Neglect of this make lie way easy for more serious trou gravel Brights disease Tis well to pay attention to the first sign Weak kidneys generally grow weaker and delay is often dangerous Residents of this locality place reli ance in Doans Kidney Pills Tins tested remedy has been used in kid ney trouble over f0 rccom nended all over the civilized world Read the following Ernil R Zioraliu 30C E S Line St Cuero Texas says I had pains through rny back and the Kidney ac tion was irregular Doans Kidney Pills helped me at once and soon gave complete relief My kidneys became normal and the pains left For sale by all dealers Price 50 centa FosterMllburn Co Buffalo New York solo agents for tho United States Remomber the no other ZEMO FOR DANDRUFF You Will be Surprised to See How Quickly It Dlupptiri No more dirty coats from dandruff heads Zemo stops dandruff Apply It any time with tips of ringers No smell no smear Zemo slnka into the pores makes the scalp healn healthy makes the hair fin3 and glossy For any skin affliction Itch dandruff ec zema pimples blotches try Zemo at our risk Zemo Is prepared by E W Roso Medicine Co St Louis Mo and Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS C ASTORIA WOMEN WAR ON JUDGE Petition for Recall of Juritt In California Sun Francisco Jnnuury several club women and clergymen had spoken in bitter denunciation Police Judge Charles L Weller today at a meeting the tlrsl petition for the recall of a judge In California was put into circulation and was signed by all the women present The recall campaign against Judge was started by members of the Occansidc Womans Club and others because of his action in reducing from to the bail of Albert llen drlclts charged with assault on i young girl The prisoner after gain lug his liberty by depositing this sum fled the city Fate of Caitro is With Nagel Washington Jan fate of Cipraiuo Castros attempt to enter the United Stales is now largely in the hands of Secretary Nagci who today received a report from the special board of inquiry at New York H is nidcrstooil the board did not an nouncc Us conclusions as to the nd iiiiSBibility of Castro but auhmUted the record for Secretary Xngcls per sonal perusal The board must make a decision and if it authorized Cas tros admission it would be beyond the power of Secretary Nagel to con sider the case unless some member of the bonrd should appeal to him Auto Victims Improve Houston Chronicle The condition of Miss ILeona Lar son a victim of Sunday nights auto mobile tragedy was reported improv ed Wednesday She is thought to be out of danger Frank llolloway also a victim s improving The former is at li10 Alamo Street and theKilter is at the Houston Infirmary ITCHING SKIN Relief In a Few Seconds Yea an Itching burning Irritated skin relieved the moment Eemo louche It Zemo Is a clean soothing healing wash composed of Thymol Glycerine Witch Hazel Boracle Acid and other medicinal healing properties Zemo relieves and cures every form of skin and smlp eruption and If you are not entirely satisfied with results from the very first bottlo druggiuts will re fund your money Endorsed and sold IB sold in Victoria by Dlesbachs Pbar niacy Price Cut In Half Clearing out shoe sale now going on Mens womens anrt Childrens Shoes selling on the bargain counter at 50c on the dollar 21 per cent off on all winter goods at E T Savoie 110 North Main Slreet Victoria In every borne vvbere there are chil dren there should be a bottle of WHITES CH10AM VERMIFUGE It destroys worms ami acts as a tonic in the debilitated system Price 25c per bottle Sold by Harding Parker and Fletchers Pharmacy JUST IN TIME Some Victoria People May Wait Till Its Too Late Dont wait until too late Be sure to be in time Just in time with kidney ills Means curing the backache the diz ziness the urinary disorders That sooften come with kidney troubles Doana Kidney Pills are for this very purpose Here is Vlctoia testimony of their worth A Reiland Jnan Linn Street Vic toria Texas says My back hurt me and there were pains through my kid noya The passages ot the kidney se cretions were Irregular and unnatural I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised and used them They gave me en tire relief My kidneys became nor mal and the pains left ITCHY RAW FIERY ECZEMA Zerno soothes cools and heals an gry skin and quickly cures eczema and every form of skin disease Zomo la a clean liquid wash that slnka right In Quickly allays all pain all Itch all distress Zemo docs the work In a way that Is simply astonishing and your druggist will refund he purchase prico If the first bottle docs not give you entire sUlsfnction Trj one bot tlo at our risk Zcmo Is prepared by E W Rose Medicinu Co and Is sold by Dlcsbachs rUrmtiujr In Memory of Thomas William Stuart Long may his memory be known as ho was a young man of sterling char acter and his friends were in count less numbers His family deplore loss of one that has shown he would be one of our rising young citizens and Ills loss can only be filled by young generation coining before UB 1 sieak for the family and their heirt most thanksarc for the beautiful flor al decorations bestowed upon their son Mr apd Mrs Herman Stuart SHERIFFS SALE Slate of of Victoria liy virtue of a certain order of issued out of ho Honorable District Court of Victoria County on the 4th day of January by L N Hofer Clerk of said Court against W H Jihoads and Mrs Addle Seeley and A L Seeley for the sum ot Two Thous and One Hundred Ten Dollars and Forty Cents and costs of suit in cause No 1802 in said Court styled I A Heath versus W H Rhoads et al and placed In mjr hands for service I R S Weisigcf as Sher iff of Victoria County Texas did on the lib day of January 1913 levy on CcrUin Real Estate situated in Vic toriii County described as follows to wit Building lot No One i in the Wm II Carter Addition io the City of Vic toria In Victoria County Texas ac cording Io the plat of said addition as the same appears of record In Volumo IS page of the Deed Records of Victoria County Texas and levied niton as the property of said Mrs Addle Seeley And on Tuesday the day ot February 1913 at the Court Mouse door of Victoria County in the City of Victoria Texas between Uio hours of ten a m and four p in I will sell said properly at public ven due for cash to the highest bidder as the property of said Mrs Addle See ley by virtue of said evy and said or der of sale And in compliance with law I give this by publication In the Eng lish language once a week for three c nsecntlve weeks Immediately pro ceeding said day of sale In the Dally Ad vacate a newspaper published In Victoria County Witness my hand this 4th day of January 1913 E S Weisiger Sheriff Victoria County Texas Light housekeeping rooms for rent 08 N Glass Street Phone 259 An Ordinance An Ordinance of the City of Victoria regulating the sale of water to resi dents firms and corporations beyond the limits of the city Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Victoria Texas that from and after January 1 1913 citi zens residing beyond the limits of tho city and firms or corporations doing business beyond tho limits or the city may purchase water from the city at twentyfivu cents per thousand gal lons to be measured by meter fur nished conumrr by city such con sumer to pay to the city quarterly in advance a minimum charge of One Dollar and Fifty Cents per month which sum so advanced will bo de ducted from the amount oE water con sumed as shown by pie meter at end of ijuarter provided the water so consumed at Twenty Five Cents per thousand gallons shall exceed itiio advanced payment of Four Dollars and Fifty Cents Provided further that all persons firms or corpora tions desiring to purchase water from the clly shall at their expense and free of costs to the city lay all ne cessary pipes to conduct the water from water mains of the city into tnelr premises said pipes to be laid under the supervision of or by the city superintendent of the water works system of the city after first obtaining consent of the council All pines connections to be kept in safe condi tion and repair by the owners or oc cupant of the premises such consum er agreeing to comply with the rules regulations and ordinances of the city relating to the usti of the city water a violation of the provisions of this ordinance or the ordinances and regu ritions now in force or that may here after bo adopted by the council regu lating the use of water shall bo a suf ficient cause for the city to cancel any and all agreements for the sale of wa ter beyond the llmils ot the city as heroin provided Passed Ibis the Kith day of 191 approved the Mlh day of Jan uary A D in IS I Craig Mayor of I lift Cily of Victoria Texas Alrst A Secretary City of Victoria   

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