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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 17, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyesight Necessary For Good Work in School DR, JACK KAHN .Optormirist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 609-10 Welder BWa. 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION- H. French, PubJJtJier. VOLUME 31 For Furniture and Gas Stoves see I HOLLAND AMOUR j Easy Terms Phone 159 j FIRST. VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 17, 1929. NUMBER Ku 1B E11 HLLGITY AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY IS USING SPANISH MOSS SPEECHES I Tlio City f.-id'-pctidtnt Ivcecutive t-ommiUee, uf which Vincent H. l-'rllz is chairman, will meet in a few (lays lu sot the date toi- the primary flection, to lie held latter pail of February. Tlic nominations for all municipal elective offices; will be made at lliis election, it is nmbii'slood ilml at least oiiu of the aldermen will not In; a candidate for Tint present ciiy officers holding elec- (in: positions arc as follows; K. Sit'crle, mayor; W, I'ark- nr, Jake Hummel. C. A. Selmchert i-.iiil A. T. Aiidcrscil, aldermen; P. SnciKr, secretary: H. 11. Schnei- der, treasurer, J. Diiproe. attor- ney; H. Chirk, lax collector, and Ilolzhenscr, marshal. iW. T. BALDWIN, 67, OF FRISCO HOTEL AT DIES FISH FROTEGTION' SOBBHT BY KOBE SENATE William Thomas llaldwin, 07, imiprit-lor uf the Frisco iioiel at Hloominxton. died at non Wcdns- il.iy of iln-pnehmoni.'.. Mr. liiililn-iii was born in ingham, Ala., nnd had lived in Tex- j as for ,'J7 yertrs, the last 17 years! I In IHoomington. lie is survived by Ms wife, Mrs. Onnio Parker I IJatdwin. I The fiinentl was from ilm resi- j deuce this aftcrnon at '1 o'clock and I Imriiil was made in the Kvcrgrecn I Cemetery liere. llev. .Jonli- Haplist minister of lilotnniug- ;ton, officiated. UBIETY USES ll[ !T RTHHZC CIEB "Helen Kipder's" Death Certificate 1 LICENSE INSPECTOR IN CITY; LAW -Special To The Advocate TVS., Jan. (Sl't sreatcst measr.re ever offered for Ihe protection ami re- lu-bilitatlon of gulf coast fisheries." This was the sist of comments by officials and members ot the Iwiay- Walton I.en.miu in Galvcston I'ulay nn the 'bill Introduced in the State Senate Tuesday by Sna- jitm- T. J. Holbrook lo si. iuiiig, ncttini! or trawling ;ior ftrli in the bays of tlie coast. Ttie bill is favored by IV.c Game, Fish and Oyster 132- and is expected to re- ceive, the active support of Sonlh Train ivlio for several have evinced crmcern over (he rapid depletion or food fisii (lie coast, lien wlio have made a c-losc study of the sitn.ition rxiiri'ss the opininn dial if Si-na- lor llolbrnnVs bill fcectimfs law it will hn only a few years until i-hoici' fish such as the (jiilf Iroiit and red become as as they tin's section first scltlod. It was nut Iliat the cicalo.'l to toasla! from sehiiiiK and not from llu: mur.bor o'' adnJt fisii in that in s'jino localities. HeinitiK tic- lually become less productive ttaii pole ami liae tiiliins. The injury, lishrnneii [-nniiiaii, is in til? dis- tiu'bancn nf fpawnins the lie- slruction of spawns and yuuiu; f'sh iltid I he of ad.llt 1 into llu. deeper waters of tli.- The i-ffea of Iliis ilistm-h- in the sniiinil also nbjf-ived to a marked exit-lit the lesseiHtl nnnjber of fish trtl.t-ii in the sulf itself. Vi'hilc oniM5iti.ni to th" bill i-' anlMpntivl from commercial who use nets and seine-. Vlzaak Walton nfiii ial-, cou- r.dcrl thul Hie tlosins of bays sunn r.icike it pos- pihle to Like moro fish with pol-i iii.rt linos than i-.re now tnUcn in ii'.'ls. Impnivod ii.-hini; conditions in and b.von.1-; flu- toast whkh rjreiith' have ilosfd by of the were cited in the st.ite- nl. Officials of f I.. Pharos, chief license nnd i weight inspector of the State lligh- :way Department, has mailed riven- it.-ir letters to.bis entire force of in- [speciors throughout (he stale in :regards to (be t-nforcemont of the J1H29 automobile license One of the chief's inspectors, F. liaar, was in Victoria this morning .seeing to (lie placing o[ license plates for (lie new year. Tax collecltr.'s in ii.iltas County Save out press notices thru they i would extend lo January :IJ the ilinw for the securing of number plates, rcacls the letter. Tin's, ac- :conling to Ihe chief inspector, was 5 done in error, as no one is allowed .to extend the lime limit with the O'ew York Times} When, will, the close: Ilieii- busy season in February, .the nap pel's of the Gulf Coast country are forced temporarily lo nbandon their of gnllieviiig Pelts, some hundreds of ibeni turn to another iiinl no less picturesque method of jgainiiis a livelihood. It consists iiif the gray beards of treat trees, curing them, baling them and shipping lliem to markel where they become a stuffing for upholstery iti demand by furniture Unaiiul'aelurers and tlie milkers of [seats for automobiles. The beards j are the long pennons of Spanish iniosg, which is a perennial crop The industry is not it new- one, but of Into years it has bad a rapid growth. According to the New Or- 'leans Association of Commerce si re- item census placed upon it a valua- tion of in Louisiana I alone, dins in the soul hern par- [ishes of that stale ship annually1 inioro than 7tWO tons of Ihe black i fibre which the moss becomes aft- c-r ils course of Irealnicnt, and j there are plans on foot to increase j jllie yield by reforestation in (lie :cypn-ss swamps. Large invest- M. K. SHIVER, 74 VICTORIAN'S FATHER, 1 HP lIC DIES AT LA n .Mr. ;iml Mia. Ike- Oulicn ami sons relumed last from LaOniiJKo, where (Eiiiy attended lliu funeral of! .Mrs. Cohen's father, M. .F. b'iiivcr, 71, a iniHuiricnt re i in." I fcifmci1 oil ami 'Colorado FT TO PIIOT NKW YORK, Jan, E. Smith, recent Democratic prcsiden.- Mr. Shiver died nt iA-l.jci: camlidata and ioriuei' gover- Tuesday morning at LaCrauge nnd j of York, itimealed to the funeral Ken-ices '.vote held U'cciucs- j "10 Democratic day morning at 10 o'clock. [Lev. by radio last night to help Kinney, the Meliiodist ministi-r the deficit that Weimnr, concluclini; tlie rites. The j stands as an aftermath of "tbe hap- pallbearers were six gramlsons of! py warrior's'' defeat. He spoke, tbe deceased. I'anl .Michael! ovci' a coast-to-coast Itookup of 30 lioberts, T'ln.nias Huberts, Jr.. Elmo I stations under the auspices of the Shiver, .1. and Leltoy Oilien. national committee. Mr Khira- I, survived by four j amlalluccA daughters and olio son: Mrs. 11. Dallas. Mrs. Iko Cohen of I b? Thomas Hobous Mrs. Jlury of La- f '1 Stl Grange and W. J.' Shiver ol 'ia'! Sl'vcral offcrs from ody. All were present at the tuner-; A tountl colly of ih'' al except Mrs. Smith, who was pit- '.wllh t.hoto- vented from attending hy illntss. 1 Above is a telephoned facsmile of the medical list of Walcrtown, Mass. Insert examiner's death certificate for Mrs. Babe that led lo her identification as tti Kulh, listed here ns "Helen married wife of Babe Ruth, to Dr. Eciward Kinder, wealthy sporting den- (Intciiiali.iiKtl Xt-wsrecl and A. T the photo e estranged T.) nntnber ol counties ,a .uraee period was allowed; but in no can a specified lime limit In- L-ivcn by comity officials, (lie insncctnr de- Tin- inspector further slated a motor vehide without the ne.w license would be the stale law and Iliei-e- i'orc woiiJrl be subject to arr-.'sl. IBABERUTH WEEPS ANOTHER VICTIM IS TO MEET JAN. 20TH; I AS BODY OF WIFE IS i CLAIMED BY SCIENCE ALSO SCOUTMASTERS! LOWERED JN mm IN PELLAGBA -speeches, illustrated '.i graphs taken on bis campaign jtours and published by the nation- committee with no profit for Ihc- former governor, will bo I to each contributor who seudj in or !iiorc. In making his appeal for imuU. i Hit. former governor seconded re- Irrjnt assertions of Governor Franlc- lit' KooscveU tbat the Denm- leratit: Party needed more consist- luitiunal publicity between c.un- jlienjrimm Aldridge today v.as sen-[ ,lai..lls_ jtenced Co death for criminal as-i sanll on a 17-year old iiere foHnwiiiK every nn. cembcr 9. i tiollill election." be said, "there always apparent a general lacli of .deft in the. welfare'of our pnrly. I' has been tin; of tbc Demo- DEATH PENALTY FOB DALLAS YOUTH WHO ASSAUUEO GIRL DALLAS, .Ian. I Earlier in the day iplea ol "guilty" to tin. eluirne, cue' Y FOB FLA. WASIIIXOTOX. .Ian. li.Kivnr will leave- V.'usbinpinn nest Jlon- for .Miami it V.-HK sni- noiinicd at his h-. itil'inarli-rs today, lie will travel i.n a special (rain. Til.-- pri-siihnt eic.'t IHS Icalvii np a largo amount in tbi- tuo v.-c'eks lu- lias licen here-, lie has settled ilic< of an session of Ciniirivfs by sicni- fyiiiL- tin-re be on.- in April. !U: b.is tii tilled upon a Ilionm-jli- t-'fini', investig.ttion pviiliibiiinn by a commit ire nf ex pells nf ids own ciioosini; nnd In- i.- br-tievt'il to have derided upon .or iwo t-.iljinet liope Hiat lucat tli.iptors nnd fish- in cities on and r.i-ar tlw co.isl isetively intcresl Ih.-nssr-Ives in the of the bill by of endorse moist lo llivir ivpiTsen- talivo in liie Sonalr ami ,er finished proditcts including horse The moss in ils natural condition j ji.s one of tbe features of j [woodlands along the far southern i (seaboards, haiiKins in gray-green j banners from the hougiis uf c-ypross j jiiiid live oaks ;incl certain otlier] jlreta. tmitrary In a .stiinowiial jgelieriil belief it is not a parasite i'litil an air plain. to the siune family which gave us. in oth-i climes, tin- pineapple. Il docs injniv- the tree to wbich it! .clings except where il grows in too; jiilimidiinre. Then it becomes hiirboring place for insects and dis-' cases that may attack living wutnl. i plant varies from six inches lo six feel in length. Ils own leaves 1 ale small and llneadlike and 
                            

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