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Advocate (Newspaper) - January 3, 1929, Victoria, Texas 'Good Eywight Ncewary For Work (n School DR.JACKKAHN Optometrist Permansnt, Safe-, Reliable 609-10 Welder Bldg. Phbne 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION. Fpr Furniture and Stoves seo HOIUHD Easy Terms Phone 150 H. Freacb, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annum V VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 3, 1929. NUMBER 150 y' LY BILL DECISION JUKE iOPE FADES FOR CONDEMNED LOUISIANA COUPLE At the conclusion of the hearing before him at o'clock this afternoon, District Judge Pool denied Robidoux bail. Notice of appeal to the. Court of Criminal Appeals at Austin was TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS (Intel iialloiml News Service-) j Tex Itit-kiird. tteht promoter, is [recovering from ;in atiiick of sip- poiidlfitls sit Miami.'Flu. I'tv.si'tcnt-Klect lleriic-rl Hoover (is tint; In "Washington Sunday eve- iiiine from his South American' liooil U. Uobidow, 50 I lo will confer with charged willi murder in i'resltleiii Colidse Monday. connection wilii' the slaying of Wlllot Moore, a5, unit Jr.mcs- jMoore, 33. brothers on Kcnyon Is- Ir-iid in the' Guadalupc River ccniber 11, .last. Is seeking to ob- tain his release on bond by insti-j (tiling habeas corpus proceedings before Uistrk't Judge J. 1'. I'ool The anuiinl Wsir Department sup- ply lull was presented lo Congress tuihiy. It provides for appropria- tions uinnmiiiug to an iiicieasi! of over last year. Kefueliiii; in Hie air sncccssfnHy liiro today, llobidpuj: was.denied j the third ilay of its i flight over Los Angeles will! every FKANKLIN, La., Jan. Korty-eEght houra-before "the time set for their execution, Mrs. Ada Itonncr Lclieiief anil Dr. T. K. Drch- tr, conspirators in. UIG slaying of bail by Cou'nly Judge E.JI. Taii: ncr of Civllioun County at amiiiing trial al 1'orL Layacu De-1 indication that it will roinain aloft husband, learned to- ccmbcr 20. until its .three whirlwind Ihei.rhoiic for.rammula- Tlie defendant'was brought here slon running. of their. to life im- jprisonmcut had-flickered, away. Governor Ilucy P. Long lias ah- proc'codings" bes'nnTl iolao'o'cloc'li west of the Misissinpi but slowly nouneed definitely tint he will not Tlie flu epidemic is receding from Port by Sheriff Gro- ver iioyd of CalUoun County. The and- svljournment was taken "at! increasing in the East anil portion, i interfere the ease. The Stale until o'clock. W.-S. Public Attorney J. V. Vamlenbergo, Service reported toilsiy. started the hearing by reading-the i lengthy statement made by Flobi- Norfloet. Texas dolcc-j deux at bis examining trial. 0. live-ranchman, will allcnipt to H. Kyon of Seatlrift( who followed i fllc of Lawrence Lnuisdeii, former r vcrsity of Texas slndent, who Board of vficpoinjcadeil some ago, Ehat couple Have their sentences'commuuted ID life. him on "Hie stand, described on the bodies of f brothers. Marvin Moore, tho wlt" a 'H of the slain men, who. helped re- llis coroner's ver-j j cover their bodies from the. river, j'lict ;ras. thal ,lllc fcame J Ins dcaln at the hands of psirtics was unable lo be present and Use i j nnknown. testimony ho gavo ut tlie cxamlit- ing trial was read by the" district attorney. 11. Moore of Seadrift, I'rank Snyucr bus signed a con- GAS IN 6 MONTHS WASHINGTON', Jan. American automobile owners con- isnmud approximately fctlier-of the vlellms, was the IIollslon I Dillons of gasoline during the firs' Baseball C'iufj tbis year. ..._, __.-. SO, F. HOSIER, 83, IN HOUSTON C. F. Mosler. S3, pioneer flnrijt j ic1 f.'.'Dcinniker of this --ars after com- j Two y6ilrs aRO mo to Victoria. .She was. killed by 12M ,vere a train sx number years ago I tho most. imporlacT? white walking along the twk near j to conlc the LegisU lwr home, her wl dDill wiltl from her deafness. Mr. Mosler Is j survived hy four dangtitfr.s. those lation. A embodying tlie cfiinmcJidations witness the noon recess was taken. Sheriff lioyd will testify this aft- ernoon and will he followed by Itobiiloiix himself as the linal wit- ness. It Is thought that the clos- ini; arguments will he brief. Charles Murphy of Houston is counsel for the defense. Anions the now facts brought out at the morning session was n Itcprustnlalive Henry Webb of Uctor County will introduce a bill t six mouths last year and each paid San average of in gas tax, the i American Motorists' Association asking that leu he declared a utility j and placed under Ihe supervision of Ihe Kailroad Cointnission. Jhas announced. Tlie per capita consumption was estimated at 227 gallons, an in- 'crease of about 15' per cent over Ihe amount of gasoline purchased A attack was launched on 1 iiinriup Ibu correapoudlns months .if Ke logg anti-war trcalv todsiv 'last year. when Senator Hlaine of Wisconsin sponsoreil a reservation which VICTORIA ART LEAGUE TO MEET. TQMORHQWI The Victoria Art League ,will hold a special meeting at the home of Mrs. Joe Ilosborough Friday afternoon, January 4, at o'clock. ETHEL .THURMOND, Secretary. MARY HEPRI (WAY AT i1 iZ in Houston and Richmond, Mrs. j Caraou oi San Antonio antl j (J. ilnor" hvoHiers also lestidcd thai liobi- drux's hand was swollen when ho "OLD" ROMAN COINS SOLD AS ANTIOUES DECLARED MARK SOARING OVER PACIFIC COAST BILL TO.-ABOLISH DEATH PENALT1 GEORGIA PREPARED; at Inez Wednesday afl-1llic' h'-llly Sm'sels.; burial will b'-' mad, The score at Ihe half vvus In I'attli favor, 7 lo a, Ihe surr.o i str.r to Mr. June of tho oldest members oi ...........Victoria Mclhrwiist Church. j number of sons and daughters. Tho furicral was froin llu! .Joseph Hcpka. si well known the win. er, Mrs. Itcpka is survived hy a' Tlre Victoria Junior CclleL-.- 'rates on the IV.Ui cider j i outdoor coort will cns'is U oVlock lliin siftt-rnooii will, iu !lw !In Inca Cemetery. Tho Catholic of Ihe league. Tlie sanu: v.-ill: of Inex offiriiUod. o elucK. i.OS AXGKUKS, Jan. ufficlLils were confidoiit tort-Ay that tlie army jrlano Question Mark wculd break all pxislin? ctidurunce rtcon-ts for till types of Aiivruft. I'. .Inn. J-'pkker ship WW ..logical researches under tho! (ravelins an eveu course liclwatn at the Vnivcrsily of DC- Van Nuya and San Diego. Us auspices breccn proved thai a very roll- jncw was well fed and content and :sasc nlc siderahlu of Ihe ahlio.uo. Ro-ji'f aileihpls al refueling cnlirely ATI.ANTA, .Ian. of the (tCovRta l.c.qisialurc. Kepresentalivc Noweii. neinocr.il. of aniiounceil loday lie introduce an ants-elcclroculion Will in the next session. The manner of exercising clem enoy also woisld be changed hy cucrn blittriT u inwcQ pnp. I. JUIiLy i UH tliy main ti inr-u of proper tiinhLT und-L-r tin; 1 l ptc iiciit procedure oi LiHo'.vi'.ii-: iiripmbeLV of (lie sialo lo br- hy tiiu He- mi'niners of tho bu-anl should liav.' to fiilCSU ciTiain renMirt-nu-fUs ar.d MMdy, Iwwevcr, IIEVI stilled ilii> is not "wedded" to any r proposition In hlj-ihway ;t'-rrs. althoup'n it ia woH h.' rczards ihc roconutioiniaLio uiL1 advi-sotr commilte-- a? i In tliis cpnnectipn i! nny UKI' a bill will be hsiriHluovl providing for the by th-J pvople of of Ihe Iliffhway Commission. Tho sovf-r- jmsin coins contained In Central Ku- successful. appeared at daylight to Ull him (-oitections arc The Question Mark was he had slain his two sons in self- aml from a mint past Ihe 24-hour mark, having been j ilefense. The elderly man said oounierfciters of gold Jin the air thai long at A.. he approached liohldoux lo Idarn I silvor vhl> h.u, their !m. Major Carl Sputz. flight r.om-i the details, the defendant of PAH- mandor. prcdiclcd before the take-i rd, "Don't come near llisnsavy. about j off that if the plane could v ay up i Moore said he replied, j years 21 hours it
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