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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 25, 1913, Victoria, Texas                                H rrweh Flnt Victoria vaA Victoria Coontj locond Icnthwett Texu in General VOLUME VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 25 1913 NUMBER SENATE PAYS GLOWING TRIBUTE TO DAVIDSON Retiring Lieutenant Governor Presented WILSON WILL URGE PASSAGE Of BILLS with Vase of Roses Austin Texas Jan 21 Negli the word to describe the amount of lot God ible ho is an honest man the noblest work reai business done in the Senate today Immediately after the morning roll roses may retain their beauty only for a few days but they will live call and prayer the presiding officer long enough to carry to you Mr Pres announced the regular order would be ident at least a portion of the senti dlspensed with as to take it up would j ment we are attempting to convey to mean along busy session that would you and let you understand how wej interfere witli the inaugural cerewill miss you when you step from puc monies shortly to occupy the attention j lie walks to the paths of private life of both branches of the Legislature j We shall always remember that you The further announcement was madehave made a lasting home in the That bills and resolutions might he iuj hearts of the members who have been troduced by unanimous consent This associated with you in public life brought into the open a Santa Fe Rail In responding Governor Davidson road consolidation bill by Connor Car said the time would come lo all ofli ter tludspeth Collins and Kauftman j cials when the circumstances would a perfected early closing bill from i be such as to require them to retire Weluert and Deal a bill by Carter from public life cheating the office of state bond com I have served in this chamber for missioner and one by the Senator fourteen years continued the retir from El Paso providing for free raiiing presiding officer It has been one of the real pleasures of my life to have had tills association My lot as Lieutenant Governor fell into one of I Governor Makes Second Move to Ob j tain Reform of Corporation Trenton N J Jan Wilson toduy made his second move to j obtain reform of the corporation laws of Now Jersey Having caused the bills to be drafted and introduced in the legislature the governor today ask ed legislative leaders to call a confer ence of both houses for next Tuesday he will explain his program for the session and urge particularly the of the corporation bills The does not expect uny oppo IS 10 BE mm Commission of Crime is Followed by Prompt Action in Way Order to Avert Lynching in i Mobile January 21 A special lo the Hem from Gulfport says Chief of Police has Dickey of Gulfeorc was slioi cud islaiilly killed by cliCgo from an automatic shotgun in the liands of a young uvpra n lined Percy Nowlcry who the chief and iwo oiTi eors surprised in the act of robbing the Seeberg Ship Chandlery Company negro was taken before he grand jury tliis morning and upon n plea of guilty was sentenced to be hanged silicin among the Democrats who have idling ran hluli hut prompt action a majority iu both houses and is liopeiv officials prevented a lynching road transportation The feature of the morning session was the presentation to the retiring presiding ollicer of the Senate on the part of the entire membership of a handsome vase filled with the pick of the roses of Texas The presentation ceremony was a beautiful sentiment admirably expressed Rising to a question of personal priv ilege Senator Willacy said that in this hour he believed every Senator would join the express sentiment he was about to He referred to the fact that in three sessions of the Legislature Lieutenant Governor A B Davidson liad served as presiding officer and spoke feelingly of the associations as havingstamped their impress on the lives of Senators Mr Willacy pro claimed that no association in the of his public life had left a greater impress tor good than that the splendid presiding officer of the Senate who was about to lay down the gavel of authority There are times in the life of every man continued the Senator from Portland nhen Satan leads him to some high place and offers him power dominion if he will only fall down and worship at his feet H is not eveiy man who has the courage and inan Tiood to say Get thee behind me Sa ton But Governor Davidson is on of those men who are never tempted If you know him as I know him you can place your hand on his breast and feel throbbing there an honest heart for ROOSEVELT ENTERS NEW yORK STRIKE Former President Takes Interest Halls and Questions Girls the stormiest political periods in the history of Texas but i have never con sciously been on one side or the other In surrendering the place I occupy it is not the office I care for but the withdrawal from the companionship of this body It is with Ibis feeling that I iccept Ihis token of your esteem f will take it with me to my home where my wife and I will be reminded of your gracious act and where hos pitality shall always be extended as it should be in a home occupied by a true Southern family There was handclapping throughout the Chamber as the lieutenant gover nor closed with moist eyes Blow at Worthless Check Industry Austin Texas Jan bill amending the swindling statutes has been introduced in the house by Rep resentative JIcAskill Terrell and Humphrey which is intended to put an end to the worthless check industry in Texas The bill was drawn by Representa tive Ritchie of Mineral Wells whose people have suffered especially in this way by reason of the place being a health and pleasure resort The bill provides that anyone who obtains money or other things of val ue in exchange fro a check on the false representation thtjt lie has the money on deposit the time to pay it is guilty of swindling and that the mere acl of passing the instrument shall be prima facie a representalion that sufficient funds are on deposit to pay same Exception is made in case of a previous agreement of the banker to pay the partys checks It is expected that the various mer chants associations and other com mercial organizations of the state will interestthemselves passage of the bill In securing the Second hand Montags sacks bought at Joe ful that the bills may be enacted be fore lie leaves here to assume the presidency Many letters have come to tho gov ernor commending the hills and Chan cellor Kclward R Walker who drafted Uiem is as a consequence being sug gested for attorney general In the Wil son cabinet Governor Wilson rend the reports alleging that some members of the legislature intended to block the pas sago of the corporation bills by hold ing public hearinj4S of indefinite length Theres nothing to hold public lion rings about commented be gov ernor These are perfectly business like bills They do nol affect anyj Tho Dlaclistone Vacuum Massager jls a distinct achievement of modern invention It is operated without any cost whatever simply running water no other power being required If can instantly attached to any water Jfaiucl its use a few minutes each day will remove blackheads pimples i wrinkles blotches sallow complexion or dry etc and give lo every user a clear smooth velvety 1 complexion Hi continued use will roiini out ami develop a hollow or BLOW AIMED AT TRUSTS BY GOVERNOR WILSON Sweeping Program of Proposed Changes in Corporation Laws Drasiic Punishment for Those Who Promote Big Business Trenton N Jan sweep ing program of proposed changes in the corporation laws of New Jersey was announced by Governor Wilson today Not only would it be a misde iiioimor under Die proposed linvs to aciiulrc u monopoly or interfere with freedom of competition but jail sen tences are contemplated for those promote or organize trusts To effect these changes seven vo luminous liilis have liccn drafk 1 Governor Wilson Chancellor Waller and Judge Van Syckol They will a introduced in the state Legislature to nioht Iliu first of liicsc bills provides or punishment not exceeding Mctu BAD NEGRO RUNS AMUCK ON TRAIN Henry Chambers Kills Negro Woman and is Killed by Constable Who Shoots in Self Defense Liiling Texas Ian 21 Henry Chambers a well known Juiiug negro run amuck Monday afternoon ana ipiichcd face neck arms and Intsl li instantly relieves headacho backache and fine lor ncnraliria rheumatism It is linns or iijclividimj prsed by plivsicians and I may ot tllu nd is fully 111iranteed by tis I the Aransas Pass jirsin at Andrews three miles east ot I UrliiiK He shot and iustnuily killeu a nesio woman named ISUxa lleudei son who was under arrest and in Uie cliarpe of constable Georye Eiibiic Hut lor tln bravery jf Conductor W T firccn uf the Sap boh he and 10ustacc would have been Jellied Of ficer ICustace in selfdefense shot and killed Chambers tlk tun days and if not fully be held we would have to hear every body in the United States There is nothing sensational or novel about the bills They simply make an effort to apply in a businesslike way the prin ciples Hint the whole country has agreed upon Before buying your seed potatoes see H A Streckfut for pricei Social Welfare Convention Prof Polls of he University lias is sued a call for a social welfare con ference lo be held In Austin on the 2Sth and 29th of this month under the patronage of the state conference of charities and correction Covoinpr has given his sup port to this conference We go mrward only by the impulses of our inner lives We can never go back to the days before the war but it is our duty lo perpetuate the ideals of our people The joy of Jiving was their motto The cry ot today T must get the most for the least Working girls must he well gowned on or i a week Women of brains approve of adopting and following absurd styles and throwing away money for new ones every three months The hard ships of the slaves before the war were nol so great as the struggles of many families to keep up with the passing show It is quite right for the pageant of Merry Widows to exhibit their jewels at Washington if they enjoy it hut our American woman Is most adorned when least adorned Every life should reflect joy Live up to the motto one Do right and shun no Most New York J anuary Theodore Roosevelt interested himself in the garment workers strike tonight In company with Miss Madeline Doty and Miss Gertrude Barnum the latter an organizer of the International La dieVGarment Workers ITnion he vis ited several halls in the east side used by workers who are on strike After his visit he said he would con fer with Senator Salant the only pro gressive state senator urging him to recommend that an investigating com mittee be appointed by the state leg islature to inquire into conditions on the east side in the various trades At one of the halls visited Roosevelt was taken at first for a fac tory inspeclor and was not flery cor flialiy greeted When his Identity was learned however were ready enough to talk fccely in re sponse to his inquiry as tofhow much they earned One of the gW stand ing nearby announced that she had re ceived a week Of this she said was spent weekly for carfare to and from her home in Yonkers An other girl announced that she received 1350 a week and that In order to make both ends meet It was neces for her to walk to and from employment Colonel Roosevelt smil ed Walking Is healthful he remark ed but it might be a little rough on the iboei WILL LEAD PARADE Beautiful Suffragette Wear Livery of a Herald Hay for sale by the bale or ton Joe Montag An Explanation In fairness to our chapter wp wish Will lo explain why General Shermaiis j march to the sea was required in our I rules of the prize contest Our tyne Washington January Inez writer omitted the rule preceding VUholland of New York whose dosj this one which was oondut Ration as the most bowlir j and orders of General Lee on his in the suffrage movement Js stM Ja vasion of Pennsylvania Much lo our have caused some heart burnings IsrcKrct our contestants were in liriiir to lead the suffragistparade March 3janee of this rule We ask all jvho it was announced today Wearing theheard tho beautiful essays road by livery of a herald of medicine timesI Misses Sleele and Miss Milholland will march down satisiield return to us and your money will be cheerfully refunded Sent post paid fully equipped with full instruc tions for homo massaging on receipt of price Complete descriptive lit erature sent on postal will do Agents wanted per week Address The Texola Company Dublin Texas ins To or increase ZEMO FOR YOUR SKIN Eczema Plmplei Rash and All Skin Affliction Quickly Healed No matter what the trouble eczema chafing pimpIeSi salt rheum Kemo in stantly stops irritation The cure comes quick Sinks right in leaving no trace Zeino is a vanishing liquid Your skin fairly revelsxwlth delight the moment Zemo is applied Great est thing on earth for dandruff Tile wonderful way in which Ec zema rashes pimples dandruff tetter quickly heals by the magic touch of Zemo is marvelous Zcmo is sold by leading druggists everywhere and in Victoria by Diesbachs Pharmacy FOR threeroom house new and six lots in Queen City Park Addition For terms inguire of D Coleman Notice to Tresspassers Hunting fishing pecan gathering and any trespassing whatever is strict ly prohibited in my pasture in Vic toria County on the San AnTonio River Trespassers will he prosecut ed to the full extent of the law Jos N Fagan Better no club at all than one half wiy over the cliff of bankruptcy prices to prevent competition in man ufacturing transporting or selling any commodity lo fix any standard or fig lire whereby prices to the public shill In any manlier be controlled to make any arragemeul which shall directly or indirectly preclude a free and un restricted competition among them selves or any purchasers or consuin sinners to make any secret oral agree ment whereby the same thing is ac complished 7ho other bills rale that lions shall not issue stock upon ficti tious value of properly but must make a fair bona fide valuation provides punishment for those who organize a corporation in restraint of trade pro hibits holding companies and prevents merged companies from acquiring stock or oilier corporations It also is provided that he consent of the public utility commission inusl be procured when two or more cor porations want fo merge and is a prohibition against improper dis crimination by corporations in prices of commodities in different communi ties BOND ISSUES CARRIED Alamo Row is In Legislature Austin Texas Jan The Alamo controversy between the governor and Ilie Daughters of the KepnbiSc of Texas is now squarely before the legis lature find the outcome will be watch ed with considerable Interest The paughters are determined to have the present law governing Uie purchase try the state of the Ajlamo property amended so as to place the Improve ment of the properly under the ex clusive control and management ot that organisation and without the ap proval of Die governor 7he governor on the other hand is opposed to the plans of the Daughters The bill may pass in the legislature and may disapproved and there Is doubt wheth er or not here will be a sufficient number of members In both branches to pass it lover the executive disap proval Mrs Clara Drlscoll Sevicr chair man of the legislative committee of the Daughters of the Republic has just caused lo be distributed a circu lar among the legislators setting forth their plans in detail even to hating placed in the reception room of the house a model of the plans for tho improvement of Ilie property for tha inspection of tlio members Almost Unanimous Was the Expres sion of the Voters Kay City Texas January i bond issue election for the City of 13ay i City which was held here Saturday providing for a bond issue for the extension of the waterworks also one of for street improve US ARE HELD READY Avenue ahead of a wo ans band which in turn win K a troop of peticoat cavalry Arrangements were made also to have several hundred striking women Rfirment workers from New York march in tatters and Klsbury or who have read Miss Steelos prizo essay in our daily paper to turn to history and see for themselves how General Lee acted upon his invasion of the enemys country Cor Seey Win P Rogers Chapter FOR acres of black land 12 miles northeast of Gnadahipe and 0 miles southeast of Victoria Fenced ready for lie plow and fronls on gravel road irice per acre on j reasonable terms if sold at once Ad dress T 10 Hawkins owner G San Antonia Texas I TKN DOLLARS RKWARI will be paid for information leading lo the re J covery of nursery stock stolon from my place at Alex several days ago i Parties caught tresspassing will bo prosecuted R A McMULLKN nKiits vory successful tiej result being practically unanimous favor of both although a small voo was polled Om hundred an dclcven Hg were polled fnr be two issuis and ouiv biv asainst Jlicni The nony derived from the siKoT tlic issue will be use Vtin purpose of extending the water pains to portions of file city proridi them and fire Th 11000 IKKHB will in Kravellng and grading Hi erecting new bridges and oiherwis improving the llioroiighfiin s of Lie city Notice to Trespassers All parties are hereby jirohibited from hunting and headllghtlng In my Mexican Battles Fierce fighting has taken pliici ilho Mexican of Chihuahua On Terror Reigns in Southern Mexico Where Rebels Are Reported Per petrating All Sorts of Outrages Washington Jan repmu of a grave situation at Vero Crux today caused state department oilicials to seriously consider dispatch in one of be warships from the First division of the Atlantic fleet at Guan tnnamo for immediate duty at the Mex ican port if no reassuring news comes during the day this may be dene Continued disorders and widespread rebel activities In Southern Mexico in which ollicial dispatches today say nliaciied and pillaged women havo In en carried off and bandits demoral the populace have aroused ap prehension for the safety of Ameri cans That Uie Madero government i FOR SAIE OR g house nicely located would sweatshop system make a nice morning house Apply to P Ieibolcl Phone 132 L If you dont sleep well at night are nervous and lowspirited yon need Bunion orfnver n erh mer stimulant medicine It quiet the nerves procent motes energy and cheerfulness Price EAn applies and cleansing Ion Will relieve or monty back 25 at Diab Rxal 60c Sold by Harding ft Parker and Fletchers Pharmacy arc Iet the spirit of mutual helpfulness spread build good roads pasture said premises being known as the Tobe Reeves place Trespass ers will be prosecuted to the full ex tent of the Jaw Wade H Reeves Warning to Hunting fishing and pecan gather ing Is strictly prohibited in my pas tpres In Gollad and Victoria Countcs I shall prosecute all trespassers to the tull extent of the law J A Wllemln the federals engaged the mnjn was providing little or no protution rebel army at the village of Ahumaila for foreign Interests lias again been The first engagement was a federal made evident by the recent action of victory but the rebels mustered re American planters in announcing they inforeements and quickly turned the proposed to pay tribute to Ibe rebel tables They are slill lighting if they Xapatn their growing crops havent quit against other rebel bandits and raid Wn get from boosting only what wo can pay for in return I Prolific yellow dent aood corn for snlR I Curpentor Nursery Tcxns city that needs a wagonyurd some times advertises for an automobile CASTOR IA For Infanti and Children Thi Kind You Hin Always Bought In every home where there arc chil dren there should be 1 hoftle ot j WHITES CREAM VKRM1KIIGE It destroys worms and acts as n tonic in the debilitaled system Price 2oc per bottle Sold by Harding Parker and Flclchcrs Pharmacy United effort means unlimited cess   

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