Advocate, January 2, 1929 : Front Page

Publication: Advocate January 2, 1929

Advocate (Newspaper) - January 2, 1929, Victoria, Texas Pji'wJfsbt' Fgr >G6v4 Wcrk In School EDITION. For Furniture 1 Gas Stoves see HOLLAND mmi 1 Easy Terras Phone 159 FIRST. VICTORIA AND VICTORIA SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. Subscription ?6.QO Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 2, 1929 NUMBER 149 BRIDGE F uninc" H K x "EJIBC HIGHSALAIIESINCOMETAX EVASION! Al HVLU-5 Tcv jinuel lai i LEAVESTOMORfiOWTOllralElJ 1ILL I v i y :_ nine, CL ATTEffi LEGISLATURE i'i n n r n Uh MCDPCnCC VilJlTU jroad Iniililins in Texus: j fflCfluCUtO f UU I h Inbod on nd motor fee, and (he1 i in uitlioibe llic i sbiie boiidb on the vmit rl, !'KILLED IN WRECK I Tuc fn-4 offuhl Cili llnskttb-ill, contcu lit pit TJ liiUil Lohinnlnt, al 7 0J n on rctlrKnQIlt outstanding j lie SoMhorn IMufc (ourt U f ot Sanli. Uosa Slreei. HIL tw., aud Uleral j MKIICKIJES, Tex..'Jan. 13 team, i ill ho Mci, sc'1 "silic lliejroii HcrriiiB, IS. sou of Mr. ami Mrs. i l.i rtu i ont'of.Uioir. rcs-tErt of this city, was kille jlioclSvc hoad issues. In addition, jaliiiost instantly on' the hichn-n it nllb for (he eiiaulmonl ot n liin-jiicar here hist night Votli the ictorii The "M'J Sislfiii fno tllc Junioi College Pir.ilt, Seifcin. iinoiiiilii (o VICTORIA OFFICERS I luted stvtca Supreme court lul cd today AH of (lie coniity and jofficiaU nualiJied noon al a special session of Die Comiiiisaionei'ji' Court. County Judge J. J. and the county f-nnimissiiirn-rs '.vere-tlii first officials lo cj-jnlify, Cuiinly C'ierk .V. A. Ultterle admin- isterius the oailis. Ii. S. tt'eisiger, slieriff, was ilie only new officer 'uf [he cnuuiy Qualify. He succeeded Louij O. Hudlor, who was not a for re-elu-jtion. Qualifying Sheriff Weisis.jr wus I-'. liahiil- ton as his chief deputy aud j.iiler. Sir. Hamilton formerly a ftirm- er of Ihe Salem _njujnltiea. Judge .1. r. Pool 'of tiih city, also qualified yesterday .MS ilislrict judee, succeeding Jurigc John .M. Green of Ciiero. iv.'io ivas not candidate for .re-election. Pool took (lie of oftice before District Clerk N. llofer. Jin.; All ai'iilica'.ion for-the caiiitfuctio.iv a'. .1 highway bridjre'acrpss- I tie' Gi-adaluiw River: near TCJ- jas, V.LIS approved j Department. i j The -bridgo I'llug-Tlie-Coast under cousiruttibii in houn and nefuski 1 ut-cessai-y to Mhy .'lilt Wac, IK'iartnjcnlii 'th'V .jiov Cft'.- Si structloTi'of- thif Gradalupc' lilyer ,ii "classed navigable si reoita 'from Sis i to Victoria and under peds isdictiou. uoivcn- -ecmidary highways. iliirnoi! over. EONA OAOY OF R I P T H P R Hu- Court .V." "II IM. IM respective comn'ies wotilil 1 -jk ti iiivtn jiuiv nisi. lilgUt 1111 cslihlisli.ni, a Blandard systciii for aud auoiher collided, Ihe iiuiiomi conatnictioii of liiieral! for Ihe safety and !ience. of traffic and so Ihe; huilt. more permanently it imtry or I YlirillK. vyaa drivius will cav> .'U1l'''t overlurhed when! with lwo rami-' tngctlici-. the youth! 01 then- couVersioii iu'io as Ihe car REGOyERli IN VICTOBIA. AND BURIED AT 'ir? Station children. :MISS MAMIE WAI.T I.AKi: CITY. .Inn. deaths from influenza aud llts'U Mr- W -11- t'rain for their charming -Miss Alada Craiii. a student at Sullins Collcga nt Rristol.' Va. II was a formal affair and were elegant (Oslumes, about scv- couples in- guests. Jimmy Crincs noted I dance orchfisira ot San Antonio' UnilJMIt IU 3 r.f June Ncl.son., ports from 3.1 cities disclosed1 001 dlsappe-aivd when deaths from pneumonia. stuiv. v.iis found in a waier dilch Tiicsdny. 1'ohVe siM she jliad ticen criminally assaulted and niurdeiod. -Tlir girl v.-as the rtanshiu- of Mr. nud Mi-u, Clinrles II. Nelson. One 'PERFECT SPELLERS Marks on lho child's ihr.v evidence sin- r al'audoncd .-uuiiiUDbilo, which was found near Mm overflow i i of llie.clly w.-iUT system, wlrc-i, A ;hody was discovi red by a pa hundred per cent speller.! o fin. All are doiliK nicely. Mr. Vaiiili uud.'i- at Victoria Hospital. n wTiich ;ii a strcei :crashed imo a w., 11 In-own from the car. i DALLAS, Tex.', Jan. was hadly hnilsed ami lln "P-ii "K.'S sinri- j.iMy ivirt prove filial'to-Jar five, v.lio wan SCHOOL, -1. IV and l.ov.h Korta- son. bolti t-miit.iyed. nt A. W. n.T's Drugstore N'o. 2, are ill ar their hotni-.s wiMi the fin p-'.f. tiii.w well as (ouh! be pi'itcd. Miss II. fmnpn insh ,1; rltuto ONlJun fnAsf1! tlio rby ANXJKI.O. Tex.. .Ian. 2 of 40 iiy.nmiicnl i-ii'iirlimeii.; A pair of gloves in thn car worn lie- cd in Niivemlinr lo forma- li.--ved In have ti, loused lo -irl in- iilans and draft leiiislation dc-'. sniil MIC could Digued lo ilimlnisti losses from ii, ihe- canal, which will he lirM al contained ,vily alnnu a nf LICENSED TO WED .Mrs. Kali- Graves .u her homo on West Slayton Avenue Thuiviby. lioy lho linrty rlc-l, Monday afternoon with four I of brjilgc houoviuK her ucice. Miss I _____ Vivian lluhler. Virginia i received the first award for j ,.T Howard Haass and Ximnier. lush scoro. Miss Aland' OTonnov i v- Mix IMwell aud Clara Shnler. .the booby nnil OTon- F Henry Xcisser wd Sophie IU-, nor the consolation. The' liononv I (s veil o.s. IN FT. WORTH FIRE '.VO11TII, .Ian. is iii-.rrowly flic a nvo Mrs. I'hnido Kalli.-k of Ihuli 's onvalpsdn? at lho Victoria following a .op rsc.ipt.-il lion. today: jon Ihe wost .d.lc of the i-i.iy. c. [nio II. Delicious 'served. r'ft f- refreshments" '10T al the D.-Wr weio wri, rescued was rciwrl, roj.H.ld-iMv iiliey had heo-n ovcivonio by Piu.iUn. improvod today. illness in" a r.i'Hi'li Ti'-i hns cwiac, as prii'Viiiiil. I'aciiii: frcislu (rain" rcarhliv: .Hid miiii, with a pisi.jl lyiiv; TO I he fact n w.---, .Ian. 1. hwpv of i.p '-.C> T. Hon-icv. oribassauor .Krasico. is There arc MICOIH ,.f Ms lnain Rt Ilw 1 alK near hero. The coVimi.r: -_ Ttio amhassador svf- ;an hupiesl and .iwniK days with uivneliHIs, Uioti is.beliiiT made. ;

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Publication: Advocate

Location: Victoria, Texas

Issue Date: January 2, 1929

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