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Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - June 15, 1914, Victoria, Texas IT PAYS TO TRADE AT S P DOVER KxcluslvOOutllltors to Men iind Boys CUOTHES ron MGN PERFECTION CLOTHES TOR BOYS 1138juth Main stoui Phono 272 FLETCHERS PHARMACY BIGGEST BUSIEST BEST Our Three Specialties 1rowrliitlouE Sumlrlus Johntoils Untidy Kroo Quirk Dollvory 1lionua 82H VOLUMENO 15 VICTORIA TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 15 1914 NUMBER 71 COCAINE DEALERS i Victoria Fishermen at Austwell Max Levy Mure Werttielnrerand Arthur Lawrence came down the Guad alupe river from Victoria last Thurs day in MrLawrences 1C foot launch Lone Star for a weeks outm They made their fishing nlax it Dagger Point and reported excellent luck Max says he is a swimmer of unknown fame but it willing to back up his abil FORMATION EXPECTED TO LEAD TO A DOZEN ARRESTS j wager the editor that be could swim at least a hundred yaids under water just by way of variety Having rt j turned from Victoria only last Sunday we were a little short and could not produce the necessary 250 simoleons he desired before attempting the feat While we know in performing this aquaticstunt he would do nothing like breaking a worlds record in the swim Expected to ming line but having known Max be fore he knew his own name we can hardly credit his assertion of being j such an adept in the water line To NEW YORK June ell the truth about it we dont be1 expected to lead to the arrest of a he could ride the water doen wholesale selleis f cocaine for that distance much less ride the Was obtained esterdaxby the police choppy waves ot Hynes following the first conviction in the well Dispatch present campaign against cocaine trat flc Negro Takes Out Fourth Paul Wallace was sent to the bride well for one month by Judge Scully of the Municipal Court foi inducing Arrest of Wholesalers Follow the Conviction of Paul Wallace NOTICE ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN PROPERLY OBSERVING THE FOURTH OF JULY IN THE CITYOF VICTORIA ARE HERE BY REQUESTED TO MEET AT THE CITY HALL ON FRIDAY JUNE 19 1914 FOR THE PUR POSE OF ARRANGING PRO GRAM A KLEIN MAYOR Enjoyable Fishing Party Arutiiur Wheeler Kia Lefflam Mi Schneider A Angel and Vic Prl byl formed a party who wenl out Sat urday evening with the avowed inten tion of gatheringIn Hsh in great jiian titles They went out a distance o I some fourteen miles on Giucltus creel i and spent Saturday night returning Sunday evening Mr Angel was le j dared the hero of the trip he havint landed a large aquatic monster abou two Inches long and any number of smaller fish Tlie trip was heartily enjoyed by ev ery member of the party A photo of 11 r Angels catch will soon be on exhibition at his studio ley Keys 19 years old to sell cocaine at 25 cents a package Testimony showed Wallace bought cocaine at from SO to 00 an ounce and re neBro y when the ma ndow at the court house and de mded his annual license to wed Looking over the recorcls Mr Me TO DIST ATTORNEY Leaves for Europe John Koch left yesterday for a visit to Europe He takes boat at Galves ton and on reaching Buroiie he will visit the different points of interest before going to his old home in Ger many He expects to be away for sev eral months and it is needless to say that lie will enjoy the trip immense THE COAST Many Go Down for a Day or Others Spending Several Weeks Many people from Victoria sur rounding country and in fact fron tailed it for 30 in South Clark stieet ovpr th lodging houses on April 17 all parts of the state are flocking to SSUed No j the coast to enjoy the cool sea breeze fell was Judge Scullys comment as he sen tenced him He told the police he had learned to wives is hale and heart scores WIU RESIGN The man nho sells cocaine to his SSUed No j the coast to enjoy the cool sea breeze llow men is the worst crookOiving tO thS negr0 and thatlA larse the population ol as Judge Scullys comment as he ad t0 victorla to the coast Sat year Every one ot his urday and Sunday to enjoy a plunge in the surf and also the many use the drug when he belonged to a scoresoUe Pleasures that the gulf coast af lilgh school fraternity in Philadelphia t Wlth femilline fancy fords Many fishing parties went out He said many members of the frater aS lsonl middle aged and a from here Saturday afternoon Mem nity used the drug and that he farmer the chances are that bcrs of these parties who have return quired the habit of following their ex fh averase ed state that the coast is liter ample matrimonial field A few more ally lined with fishing camping and John Hall and Thomas Black fayS Mr parties all along the coast out a prescription were given con tinuances until June 23 by Judge Hop1 Marriage License Marriage license have been issued Lloyd Bridges ami Ruth Drawe Mrs May Hock kins in the Municipal Court Paul to the following since our last report Freedman a druggist at 660 North Clark street arrested on a smilar E L Seeiey and charge was granted a jury trial by ing Alois Raah and Kaite Marko Duncan Sutherland and Rose Mae Buchei Judge Uhiir in the Municipal Court COTTON STUDENTS AT PER WEEK COLLEGE STATION Texas Juno a meeting of the Board jf Di STOCKMEN NOTICE Go to Diesbachs Pharmacy and get rectors of the A College last freR sample of the best SCREW night permission was granted to cotWORM MEDICINE In the woird to students to board at the College w82 Mess Hall and room In one of the dor iiiitorie for per week Those tak ng advantage of this will have to fur nishe their own pillow pillow cases sheets and towels The above in cludes rooms equipped with running water lights and shower baths Ships Car of Cattle J A Willetnin shipped out a car load of fat calves and cattle from Aloe Texas today to the Fort Worth mar ket T REVIVAL Sunday was a very successful day in the meeting The subject Whos Who in the Kingdom of God was This stock was in fine condition and sermon searching from Port Lavaca to Port OConnor H is needless to Inger on the pleas ures an outing on the coast everyone enjoys them It puts new vim and vigor into the body and things in general take up a much more pleas ant appearance Among the pleasure and fishing parties who went out from here Sa day afternoon were the following At Inclianola E W Klein anil fan ily R S and family W H Smith and family Harry Woodhons and family At JiagnuiiH Beach J B Barring ton and family Ed Guagler and ily D W HcElroy and family E o Milliard and son Fred Holzheuser Phillip Holzheuser Gso H Prencl and wife Emile Sitterle and wife On tile beach at one place eight au tos of Cuero people were camped they having been there for several days There were a number of other par ties scattered along the beach whose names we were unable to learn After Holding Office Five Years Guy Mitchell Will Resume Practice CUERO Texas June Mit chell who without opposition has been district attorney from tho Twenty fourth judicial district for the past live years announces his intention to resign as soon as his successor is ap pointed and can qualitfyi This statement was made today by Mr Mitchell with the request that it be given publicity so that aspirants in tlie district mny present their claims to Governor Cohmitt Mr Mitchell had nothing to say as to his future plans but it is assumed he will re enter private practice He will go out of the District At toraeyV office with his ability recog lized by the members of the bar and with the reputation of an exceedingly able and fearless but always fair dis rict attorney Thomas J Sterne The death of Thomas Sterne a prominent stockman of tins city oc curred at his home at S02 West Stay ton avenue Saturday morning at ten oclock At the time of his death Mr Sterne was OS years S months and ASK MORRIS TO QUIT REQUESTS PURPORT TO HAVE COME FROM ALLEGED LAB OR MEETING IN SAN AN TONIO IN 1918 Morris Questions Source of Requests and Reiterates Determination to Remain in Race Morris candidate for governor lade public the following interesting tateinent today Notwithstanding the frequent Core asts by Uie Ferguson forces of the Temple mans nomination by majori ties ranging from 50000 to 150000 votes I am being persistently urged to withdraw fvom the gubernatorial rare for fear that my candidacy wilt result in Sir lays of age The funeral was held from the fam t smcp ly residence Sunday afternoon at live1 v i oclock The ceremony was conduct North TeXBS le by Hev A W Burroughs assisted by Rev John B Hudson Tlie bereaved family have the sin cere sympathy of their many friend in their sad loss Fergusons defeat and have become most in istent since my return from a spealt Among the will bring a round price on the mar Itet We repair Motorcycles Bicycles was the result There was no place left for shams The hypocrite did not even have a look in He took for a basis of remarks the 15th Psalm and Graphaphones Guns Pistols Sewing laid emphasis Upon the man walking Machines and other things too num erous to mention Ungo 214 N Main street Phone 91 IS To those who desire a delightful cool and shady nook In which to spend the hot summer months go to the Williard House 304 S Bridge street Phone 404 rn6131617 uprightly speaking the truth in heart and backbiting not with his ton He told how such a man should statrtl and not be moved by contend ing forces about him In the park at quite a large crowd was present He took the case of Samson who had played with sin until he Imew not that his strength had departed from him and empha sized the fact that any man would come to grief who played with sin At the church last night a large crowd greeted horn Tlie discourse was from the incident of Kacchaeus climbing the tree to see the Master At the close of the discourse he relat ed his own experience which touched the heart of the large audience At the close of the sermon tho first In vitation of the meeting was given for those who desired to lie prayed with to come forward and three responded Hotel Denver Billiard Hall A high class Billiard Hall in Ho tel Denver basement A nice cool spot for a social game of billiards or pool B H Matthews Prop Baby Cart tires put on while you wait 25c per wheel up N Alain street Lingo 214 IS PORT OCONNOR 11 AND ROSEBUDS 6 The Rosebuds ran into a hunch o baseball players yesterday when they went down to Port OConnor ostensi bly to play the team of that place The nanager of tile Port OConnor lean is said tohave got out early Sunday morning and tooted his ball players horn and ere noon ball players from all over that section of the country begancomingin The Victoria man ngainen had not anticipated a very hard game and took a rather weak team along so were defeated by the vumu iuivuiu mm iiiiuu responded i Tho meeting deepens in interests at seore ot U to C The BASEBALL RESULTS Yesterdays Games Texas League San Antonio Dallas Austin 55 Galveston Houston 82 Waco Fort Worth ii Beaumont 4 American League Cleveland 4 Washington 0 Detroit 3 New York 1 Boston 10 St Louis I Philadelphia S Chicago 3 National League No games scheduled Federal League Chicago 40 Baltimore 02 Buffalo 9 St Louis 2 Indianapolis 11 Plttsburg 4 Weather Report Unsettled tonight and Tuesday and fentle to moderate shifting winds mostly southerly each service and while free from sen sationalism and excitement deep con cern Is manifested by all who attend The best of attention Is given and It seems to bo a pleasure for the preach er to address ourpeople We predict that this week shall sec the accom plishment ot a groat work Services each day at 10 am and B pm We are mire that ill who attend wilt be great beavdttd thereby forms of the Port OConnor ball play firs presented rather n motly attribute their loss rather a motly appearance The Uosebuds however attribute their loss of the game to their ownerrors rather to the expert playing of their opponents Vlgnes of the Buds Is credited with a threebase hit Tho batteries for tho Itosebutis were Mitchell Tucltorand Krea ger MORE ELECTION LAW OPINIONS AUSTIN Texas June at torney generals department held to day in a ruling given the county attor ney ol El Paso county that executive committeemen can not legally delegate their duty by proxy that the practice of seating proxies often leads to con fusion and should not be encouraged even though sometimes permitted by party usages Assistant Attorney Gen oral Routing who wrote the opinion says these commltteemon are in effect elected by the people ami to perform certain official duties which can not be delegated to anyone else This means that all county and other executive committecmen must attend Ul meetings In person or their voles will not bo counted Port Lavaca Summer Normal Opens Tuesday morning the Port Lavaca Normal openedwith thirtyfive teach evs nnd prospective teachers looking for improvement Prof 1 W Hamlett is conductor assisted by Supt U T Tmbyflll of Edna and T S fox Supt of J A Poston principal of Florcsville school and Miss Martha J Swofford of the Victoria schools This number is increasing and tho conductor really expects from promises to come that there will he seventy five in attendance These people came silently as all worthy forces move The people of Port Lavaca should lose no opportuni ty of making their stay very pleas Lavaca Wave City Council Tonight Tiie regular weekly meeting of tho City Council will be held tonight at Uie City Hall at eight oclock sharp San Antonio Texas Iune 10 1914 Hon Leopold Morris Victoria Texas Dear Sir There no hopes of Texas electing an luiii ijovernor with two in iieiu and we kindly ask that you withdraw in favor of Air Ferguson as we believe ho is a much stronger man than your self We will support you four years Signed Several Good Voters of Sun Antonio Assembled H01H MENS RESOLUTION The followng letters are solfexplan atory and are published in full Dallas Texas June 12 1914 Chamber of Commerce Victoria Texas lentlemen As secretary of the Texas Hotel keepers Association if affords me listinct pleasure to submit to your or ganization a copy of the resolutions idopted by our Association at Victo la Yours very truly ALVAII WILSON Secretary Resolutions WHEREAS The Texas Hotel Keep s Association was invited by Uiecommonly used Ictoriit Chamber of Commerce and by and 1 have every reason to bclievo San Antonio Texas June 10 19H Mr Leopold Morris Victoria Texas Jear Sir In mass meeting assembled compos ed ot representatives of the railroad mions or San Antonio and Texas it vas agreed that all railroad organiza ions should vote and work for Mr J Ferguson for governor in order that he Slalu of Texas may remain in the nti column as It now is We believe Mr Ferguson is a much stronger man than yourself and will poll several times more votes and we feel thai ha should have the full support of all an tis in order to be elected and we pray that you will see consistent to with draw from the race In favor of Mr Ferguson at present and we will prom ise you our full support four years hence The railroad organizations of Texas will all join in support of Mr Fergu son and we believe that if you will withdraw from the race he will b8 elected by a large majority and we be lieve after you have given the matter due consideration you will readily do so A copy of this resolution will not ba given to the papers if you withdraw lowever if you do not we will give i copy to all the papers and do all in our power against you Yours truly O CROSBY Chairman of the Committee The iirst request was written on a lostal and the second on letter paper railroad offices OU lino Jersey cows 2 Duroc sows lot ot Incubatorchlx 2 ncubators brooders coops ate All my household goods everything cheap Z A Hurlbut Box 5S en H Matthews of Victoria to hold Its emiannual meeting in the City of ictoria and WHEREAS The Texas Hotel Keep ers Association accepted tho Invita tion and were delightfully entertained by tile Victoria Chamber of Commerce and Ben H Matthews with true South orn hospitality BK IT RESOLVED That a vote of thanks bo tendered to the Victoria Chamber of Commerce and I3en If Matthews and other hotels for the many courtesies extended and enter tainment provided that this resolu tion be spread upon the mlnutoy of this Association and the secretary be instructed to mall a copy oacii to tho Victoria Chamber of Commerce and Beri II Matthews HOWARD DAIU3Y HUTCIIINS BYRON SWBAIUNGEN Committee thai the railroad unions had nothing whatever to do with either of them hut that tliey are tile products of Some ovoryealous Ferguson supporters lab or leaders or walking delegates possl hly who are heneticiiuios of the Tem ple candidates campaign fund Admitting however that what 0 Crosby whosoever he may be says is true it is a sad revelation to mo and may groatly injure the cause ot organised labor for should the pro and and lines lie drawn on labor meas ures In Uio legislature hone of them would ever pass according to Mr Cros bys views Tho nmsnos of the laboring men are Piithusiastkally supporting my candi dacy and I do not believe that any resolutions or misrepresentations on the part of their leaders will causa them to forsfiko my candidacy Tho Ferguson forces evidently Imve found lila out hence their strong demufa Continued OB
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