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Advocate (Newspaper) - February 1, 1913, Victoria, Texas Emulsion Nmntmg Scotts Emulsion Oeo H French Publisher First Victoria and Victoria County Second Southwest Texan in General Per A VOLUME C7 VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 1913 NUMBER MORRIS SHEPPARD IS CHOSEN FOR BOTH TERMS Both Senate and House Give Majorities to Victor House 87 to 54 and Sen ate 17 to 12 for Short Term ELLEN BEACH YAW Austin Texas Jan Jlorris rSheppurd was declared the choice of a majority in both the senate and house today tor the United States senatorship held by Colonel R II Johnston under appointment of Gov ernor Colciuitt and also for the long term which will begin March 4 In the house Kirliy of Harris nomi nated Colonel Johnston and the name Sheppard was presented by L II Henry of TexarUana There were numerous seconding speeches Horace Vaughan state senator from Morris Slieppards home and jiominee for congress to succeed him placed Mr Sheppard in nomination for the short term in the senate saying that a democrat Wiseman to the should he placed in the senate of the United States He boasted of Mr Sheppard as a product of the University of texas and praised him as a progressive who stands for the democratic jolicies Senator Darwin of Cooper Delta County in his maiden speech second ed the nomination of Mr Sheppard saying that he knew his people wanted lim Senator L H Bailey of Houston the home of qolonel R M Johnston put him in nomination for the short term In the senate declaring that he should have unanimous approval of all senators In doing so because of Colo nel Johnstonslong party loyalty and the governors appointment should be readily ratified He declared that some senators were from voting for Colonel Johnston against their own idea of propriety simply because of the pro hibition question He insisted that the prohibition question simply confuses debauches every question of pub lic consideration and banishes candor and justice Senator Warren seconded the Shep nomination and Senator Watson the Johnston nomination Senator Townsend terms Morris Sheppard a Woodrow Wilson democrat from Bast Texas whom he would support John Henry Kirby in nominating Colonel Johnston deprecated the bas ing of everything on the prohibition standard He referred to Jos Weldon Bailey as the man who has done most for prohibition and extolled his vir tues as well as those of Colonel John ston who has thought like him on pub lic questions and has been loyal to party to home to journalism and statesmanship Sheppard sentiment seemed to in crease as the speeehmalung continued The climax of enthusiasm was reached when Representative Rogers declared in the house that if Governor Col luitt owed any debt to Colonel John ston it has been paid and the commis sion for United States senator has been returned to the people to be he stowed upon the man of their choice A few minutes previously Colonel Wortham of Fort Worth had declured that we will see the day when the people of Texas will the action of the hour in slapping Governor Col quit in the face Mr Rogers followed his answer by saying that this Is probably the last time in the history of Texas when the I legislature will have an opportunity to make the selection of a United States senator referring to the growth of the sentiment in favor ot the elec tion by a direct vote of the people Mr Rogers created another demonstration when in closing his spoecli in behalf of Mr Sheppard he declared that the man from Texarkaua not sell the truth to serve the hour There was a feeble effort on the part of some of the members of the house to create a demonstration at the mention of Senator Baileys name in the house His name was scarcely mentioned in the senate Following the excitement of the vote the galler ies were cleared and both houses pro ceeded to the selection of Shep pard for the long term It was quick ly made unanimous In the senate but the house was obliged to listen to more oratory Speaker Terrell re turned to the chair just prior to the calling of the roll on the short term and while the election for the long term was held National Committee man Cato Sells occupied a seat by his side Morris Sheppard has 104 votes for the short ierni in the United States senate His election over R M John ston when the joint ballots are cast tomorrow is assured He will address the joint session at that time At the same time he will also be elected for tor the long term of six years begin ning March 4 1913 Colonel Johnston whom he succeeds for the long term was appointed by Governor Colquitt when Joseph Weldon Bailey resigned Mr Sheppard insisted that when the legislature convened he should be giv en the long term and short term both Friends of Colonel Johnston insisted that his long parfy service entitled him to the short term recognition With regard t othe long term Shep pard has the unanimous vote of the senate In the house another set of nominating speeches is beingmade or the long term When the house voted on the Uni ted States senatorship for the long term Sheppart received 141 votes with Representatives Roach absent The name of Colonel Walters for the long term did not go before the house several members indicating that they would respect his wishes regarding this matter Bagb3 spoke outright to this effect On the combined ballot branches for the long term received 171 votes with two members absent A Barbed Wire Cut car ov Saddle Gall no uro healjd leavt3 a Boar SHOW ILIM1MEMT Ja tiic Rerrfily fsr c2 thiFiesls Jf th vroma is anrl ths I in tint 1 c npj ted prompt y the lieallus proces n once tio vrounj hoibt frjn I tho insiie p v I forming r prriict cur leaves no the vrounrt heals on outsit ton riuir r pj3 forms under 1 lie sur j faco L id into a run J nIn7 sore that Ij bird to I and ineviUbly lortves a baj scar Owiicrg of blooded stock pre fer this liniment to all otners for that reason tint they uso it I not only on fine animals but J on human flesh as it docs Ua work Quickly ana thoroughly The Rarest Musical Concert Ever Witnessed In Victoria From Thursdays Daily Hauschilds Opera House was hon ored lust evening as it never WHS hon ored before The favored audience will never while memory lasts for got llic occasion Two artisls each a master in his respective sphere vluil with each other to delight the appreciative audience of music lov ers The first Miulamo Yaw Ihe world famous singer enthralled her j auditors from the start She was elc sitntly Downed anil her very appear janre indicated the case with which I sin would carry out Inprogram She had hrt Jo open lnr mouth and wilh apparently no effort the most soraphic trills were accomplished Her voice was so perfecly vibrant ihtil on one ocrasimi the strings of the piano vi hnitcd in perfect unison with her I voice The upper register of her voice is remarkably clear not only for high inole hut for finishiil performance As in vocalist she transcends all oilier worldfamous singers Her trills in the holiest register of her voice are as silvery ami clear as in the middle and lovcr registers It is vibrant musical silvery and is a paragon of j purity and beauty ever giving evi dcnce of perfect control Her ommci I ation is perfect and the rendition of her songs whether operatic or com mon love songs such as Annie Laurie Coming Through the Rye were invested vitalized and illumi nated with a tonal loveliness an ap I pealing tenderness ami indescribably magnetic message coupled with an inevitable fidelity to intonation that captured and helil her audience in an intimate enthusiasm in the upper music world As to the other ariist Mr Cannon he is a masier pianist His piano strains were responsive to and expressive of every emotion of tenderness and love that sweeps over the human heart The most difficult fingering was performed with the ac curacy and dexterity of a skilled per former His fine playing was a fit ting complement to Madame Yaws su perb singing The music lovers pres ent spent the entire evening in a state of ecstacy and enthusiasm and it is to he regretted there were any vacant seats in the house STATE IS LIKELY TO GET OLD FORT Austin Texas Jan li Youngblood director of exiwriment j stations Texas Department of Agrlcul tude soon after his arrival in Austin it was a cultured a discriminating audience and the way Mr Cannons numbers were received ilemonslrated iihe fact that Victoria is progressing very rapidly in a musical way Mr Cannon himself Inspending of one of jhis encore numbers remarked that he I played it very rarely but there wns something he felt that was making j no misiake in playing ii for lhal nmli cm in oilier words lit1 was not j afraid of rusting his pearls in the wrong place Mr Cannon is a great I interpreter There is no exaggeration j no trace of mannerism in his playing he is content to give the message as he Kits if from the great masters of music Angels can do no butler today received a telegram from Con gressman John N Garner advising him that tho National House of Represen tatives probably would pass the agricultural bill next week and suggesting that 1rof Youngblood have Texas Senators nnd Representatives Immediately write Senator Culberson urging him to have the hill passed through tho senate Tills bill iiulhorl7es the president to give to the State ot Texas old Fort Drown for experiment purposes It is proposed to establish on it experi ment stations for sugar and other farm products Prof Youugblood saw a number of senators and representatives this morning and they readily agreed to write to Senator Cnlberson Pleurisy pains are located just be low the short ribs Lumbago affects the same region but toward he back 1IALIARDS SNOW LINIMENT is tho remedy in either case If rubbed in thoroughly ii eases pain relaxes the muscles and tho patient can move about freely and comfortably Price line BO nnd per bottle Sold by Harding Parker and Fletchers Phar macy Bronte Entertainment From Thursdays Daily The Robert Bums entertainment gir en yesterday afternoon to tlio Broulo yesterday afternoon by the popular vice president Mrs J F JlcCaii wan a most enjoyable affair Bach mem ber of tho club upon entering was quested to remove her hat and be come for the time being a Highland lassie and wear the bonnet Indeed one would have imagined oneself in Uonny Scotland to have looked In upon the scene Airs Tracy read a biography of his most typical and most loved Scotch poet nnd the mem bers siippleiiienlcd cither with inci dents in his life or with a favorite quotation Mrs Hudson recited at Hannockburn that most In spiring of war poems and Mrs II C Carsncr read My Loves like the red red rose thats newly sprung in June my love is like the melodies thats sweetly played In time etc A con test was entered into with a great deal of nest and Sirs J P Pool was ii warded a beautifully bound volume of Burns poems Mrs Richey was awarded the booby prize a box of Scotch oats Ellen Beach Yaw Contributed The patrons of the Yaw Concert last evening were fortunate indeed in hav ing this opportunity Miss Yaw better and was even more gracious than upon her last visit to our town three years ago She sang several of her own compositions and in the Sky Lark si6 has indeed soared above the common place While composed obviously to demonstrate the great flcxibleity of her voice find the ease and efficiency with which she takes flip very high notes still it is a sjilen i did composition and places her in the front rank But the most pleasing fea ture of the evening was the audience Monday Tuesday and Wednesday February f 3rd 4th and 5th To Appreciate the full wonder of this Never Equealed Event it should be noted that this is not merely an Underpriced Sale such as might occur in any stock at any time when odds and ends accumilate This Event magnificent in its magnitude amazing in its little pricing fascinating in the beauty and newness of designs and superior in quality and workmanship is really a vast Exhibition of the very newest ideas from abroad and at home It is a Worlds Fair of More yards of Embroideries and Laces More Styles and Designs shown than was ever shown by us before together with the low price will make this a long to be remembered three days of both Shoppard EASY RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION i he Remedy that Replaces Calomel Causes No Restriction of Habit or n Levys SemiAnnual Sale A S Levy give wo sales a year I which are great events to the public They arc locked forward to uitii ticipation on account of thy tjreat bargains to be had at that old re liable store It is their determina tion to make this sale a recordbreaker They include everything in their im mense stock in this sale they of fer a big reduction on article August and Jake Levy nre now in Xew York purchasing an immense stock of Spring goods and they must make room for it The sale will be on Thursday February Gtli and continue until Saturday nifjhl Fch j rtiary 15th Price Kc u4 I EtLoulsMo I Ittphc Eye Salve Ii I htillna for Eytt BANOflfCCmflCMBtS HARDING A PARKFR PHARMACY Attention Royal Achates Meetings from now on will be held in the Knights of Columbus Hall No Protection Underwood threw a bomb into the manufacturers camp yesterday when he announced Xo protection to any industry He says that the man date of the people cannot be miscon strued This is bitter medicine to those Interests that have fetl and fat tened at the publics expense f It Is a mltcike to time calomel when your liver Is lazy anil needs toning up Hundreds of people in tins section have discovered that Dodsons Liver Tone is a thousand times better ami safer and Us action is jiiHt as sure There arc none of tho bad aftereffects of calomel to Dodsons Mvor Tone and no danger of salivation For attacns of constipation or bil MousncHs one or two spoonfuls of mild pleasant tasting vegetable Hiiiid are cnouqli and Uiesbacbs Pharmacy gives a personal guarantee thot every bottle will do all that Is claimed for it Money back in any ciise where ii fails Dodsons Liver Tone costs only cents for a large bottle Remember j the name because there are any nuiiii her of remedies sold In imitation nf Dodson claims Some of them have names very similar to Dodsons Liver are in nnmu color pad1 ages These Imitations are not ftiari antced anil may be very harmful fo to Oiesliachs Pharmacy and you will surely get the genuine One lot Corset Covers mid IS inch Floiinr ings worlli up In 50c n yiinl this Snli29tJ 29inch good heavy iiialnrisil worth 1 1 p to We a yard This sale 27in Embroidered Net Flouncing bonfflil to sell for n yard an nmismil offer this One lol of Kinbroidfnes anil inxiTlions worth up to 10c a yard wide and namnv for this White Sale This is llii pcalesf value ever offered at Embroideries and Insertions worth up to 20e a yard and for this White Sale Dainly Allover Kinbroidcries worth fully 5i flW Sale One lot Dainty Swiss Embroideries in Match Sels Suitable for Infants and Chil drens worth up to 20c a yard his One lot Voile Klouncinjjs 45inch worlli up to and a yard lliis Sale and One lol Kloiiiicings 27inch wide worth up to a yard this Sale Wlute llat Vnls Insertions to match 20e values and jliiny and Torchon Narrow Dainly Laces and to mateh just like hand made worth 20c a yard for this White Sale 5001 yards Valenciennes and Torchon Laces and Insertions worlli up to 12Msi a yard for this AVhile Sale 5 SILKS Foulard Silks new Spring colors Wash Silks Stripes for Shirts and Shirt Waists and Iongee Silks heavy rough weave in Klaclc White Copenhagan Linen Shade and Navy value this Sale liarineiise illinch wide in Black Xavv Jlais and jjrown value this Other 7KW Silks and Sprilisj floods on Display CAR9NER ABSTRACT COMPANY Office over Lev Bank Trust Co Every Instrument ibitrtcttd by an tipirt MUSLIN UNDERWEAR On Second Floor Gowns Combination Princess Slips Corset Covers etc in a wonderful ar ray of styles All specially low priced for thisWhite Sale A COMPLETE AND COMPREHENSIVE SHOWING OF ALL WHITE GOODS LONG CLOTH NAINSOOK DIMITIES WHITE WORLD OF WHITE FOR THREE DAYS Saturday Will be the Last Day of Our Clearing Sale on All Winter Goods RUTLANDS oooooooot
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