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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 21, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyesight Necessary For Good Work in School DFLJACKKAHN Optomitrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 609-10 Welder Bltlg. Phoni 233 Geo. H. French, PublUhcr. VOLUME 31 EDITION. For Furniture and Gas Stoves seo HOLUHD AWH Easy Terms Phone 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Amium VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 21, 1929. NUMBER 165 H tt CAPTAIN OF AIRPLANE WILL PROBABLY STOP AT EDEN FOR FUNERAL Question Mark kcft Arizona This Morning For Midland; Will Stop There CAPT. EAKER ABOARD Eakcr May Attend Funeral Of Mother In Eden This Afternoon TUCSON, Alh.. .Inn. Tju: anny plinjp, (Jncs- Us roUn'ii.lrih Wutminp'oii, C. (.'apt- iniit died vest et day ;d I Mm tnay go Uieiu Midland for ilio 1'uneinl. GRUNDER TO HEAD TONQUA AREA BOY SCOUT COUNCIL i Cuero Man Elected President Of Council At Meeting Held In Halietlsville "Plot" Halts Submarine Tests LARGE NUMBER PRESENT L i Hallettsvillc Rotary Club Sponsors Meeting In That Cily SAN AN'CEI.O. Jan. V. Y. Maker, mother of (Japtain Ira Kaker, who pilotcrl tlie army memo-1 piano "Question Mark" in its cord'brcakius; i-ndurancc died at home, in Edou, Texas, near horp only a few hours j before licr son took off in the Quos- j tion Mark's return fiigbt from Ban 1 DU'gn lo Washington, C. j A nnmljer of well known families The. plane Is due to slop at Mid- in the city are iceoveriiiK from tlie T h i- e prominent Vletorlans Mrs. Wyalt Harvey Is Hardest I been elected to important of Hit By The Poison !ti the TOIKIUIL Area'Iloy Sraiit Food 1 to an article i the Cuero llecord. which covered a meeting tor permanent orgauiza- FIVE FAMILIES HIT lion held in Hallcttsville Frida; Thought To Have Been Caused i evening. The meeting was spon- By Container Made sored by tlie Ilailettsvilla Uotarv Of Tin land Texas. Monday, and il v.-as thought that Captain Club, and was attended by a large number of interested citizens of tlie eleven towns the council area. The men selected from were ChriV Emmctt, as third vicx effects ot" what cconld have been fatal cases of ptomaine poison, leave it there to ateml his mother's j following a menu of lion's head funeral. A week ago Sunday Cap-1 cheese, ilie Inter pan of lasi week, i president; Key. 1'. IV reeney, n.i- laiu Eakcr flew lo Midland and wliicli was nnrchas-1 ticual council representative, and went from Micro to Eden lo bo: with icl1 instance at Hnvar's Cash ScoU. chairman of the Read- his mother, wlio was suffering was bought by Mr. Iluviirjjlis Program Committee. LET'S LOOK IN ON FORTUNES OF BUD BASEBALL PLAYERS Number To Gel Call From Various Bis League Outfits COAST LEAGUESTARS B. James To Report To Boston j Braves and Fenner St. Paul Of [nit-rest to ImsebiVl enlh isi- ists or Victoria ill partii'Uhii- iiii.l m-MLborics towns senciai wiio followed will. .nor, or ,r, the fortune of youns moiid talent hero will the No Crimes Of Any Kind Occured In Entire City !n 7 Hoi-.rs MANY HAD RECORD Gambling Houses, Beer Palaces And Night Clubs Raided HI1CAOO, Jan. "I' "'econ! .lia- 1 rief j tlmlai1 summary of (bo location and out- j luoli for the approaching season ot j [iracticully- (lie entire per.-onell nt tbu Victoria lloscblld syimd wliicli won tin; first lialt of the now de- funct Gulf Coast League. from pneumonia. Tluirsdav, wben a tanner of the comity Wed-[ her condition seemed lo It. he returned to his post. Captain Kakcr's father is in Lpilal here wiiii niastoid trouble. FATHER OF PILOT ILL nesday morning and complete- ly sohl out by closiu.i; lime in (lie The Record's article fallows: V. J. (Jrunder, prominent busi- aflernnmi. Mr. Hnvur lias no idea "ess man. civic leader and scout IBS lo v.hat could have caused the! executive of Cuero, was elected poisoning olhur than the cbcesc i president of tbc new Touuius Area ?rT was prepared in a lin container j Council at a meeting of scout com- of some sort. I mitteemen, representing many FORT WORTH. .Inn. i iluvan. Jr., one of tin- lhe district, held in Hal- Y. Y. Eakcr of Kdcn, mother ot j furtiniaU: persons and tins youngest Second of series of .submarine testa off Bridge-! stale that had the "accident" not been discov- port, ibecn halted-by the- Navy.[ ercd. eight members of the Defender's crew following disaovcry of n severed hawser aboard j would have perished on the bottom of the the Defender built by. Simon Lake i ocean. Insert, diver entering compressed air and Captain Sloan Dancnhowcr for deep sea j chamber as Mr. Lake looks on. salvage work. Officers of board of inquiry i UnK-rualional Newsivelj______________. ainst crlmo. En (lie annals of America in which movu lliau gangsters, hoodlums, rackc-loors, bandits and i thieves weri3 arrested. j A chock up revtiiilcu no crimes I ni any kind occurred in ail Chicago darin1.; a seven-hum- drive. From As a I.IIRC uuiubsr ot im; Hud lo 7 o'clock thin morning finis of that day, Home three yours I the rity was without a bandit play. know a Rreat nunibcr of the I.ant 'weeli 'Ihero were '10- robber- player.i were residents of San All- ies and four murders, lonio or tlie near vicinity. The per-! I'ohio H- formers who were the brightest j llussetl declared he wnrs astounded while playing under the name ni i liiat the checkup o( persons arroal- Victoria. have continued to pro ed in tlie showed thirty- gross and now are memliers of five per cent had police iiu-vnh ill LIIL: in 11.11- itletlsvilic Kriilay January IS. i WILL CEASE ISSUE OF DOLLAR BILL APRIL 1 Ira KaViir, pil'it nf the Quustion Mark airiilano, died tliu fmnl sold, lieramu il! IK-i'foctoil. clay, urtcriliiig (o word sent to tlic iicsilay llowwur. Ills run-! hi-vc. ;diiion lirts to llm extent Her liLisliiiiid is in a hospital has n-liinicil Ills iiluy. A.' San Angcli) stilfi-rins from nuiplciyec ot tlic firm, j yjjjy also taUc-n il! the name but lie lias returned to his Caplain Kaker is scheduled to livid at Midland, Tcxns Monday en i jlrs roulu lo Washington, hut it is not known it Ije granted loavo i Mae I Tlie mcutiiiK was sponsored Kotary Club of HallcKsville j and 'the visiting scout covincilincn were gtfests of this organization I'rtaidoiit Ilcyc presiding. A bamiML't. served in the dining room of HIM Fink Hotel, preceded tlie lo all-nil the funeral. Iv Harvey of llaskeli, visiting liei- sister. session, fii guests ijeiiiK seal- SiniminiK. here. banquet board. Inipromp D. C. .Ian. v riillcil Slates will cense issuing eiuieney of the prenoiU sizo on April 1 in lire- paration for rnttihg out the new ami smaller currency ou .inly i. Printing of the new paper money lias been under way lor several months. The first I sheet. consistinK of 12 one- J. B. HUDSON IS IMPROVED; WELL SUNDAY 700.QC.-0 LETTERS IN DIG AIR MAIL SHIPMENT iH-rlnps llu- hit by lUu (u I poison fond. She licrinuc violent-, ;11] on "Lift" by Y PLANE EN ROUTE TO CAPITAL jjy in Krollt MC. HAN niTCCO. Cal., confined In Miss Him-] r-nihiranct! breaking it' fi'il Kast aiiny jihiiH: (iHestioN Murk lol'l '.Tnan Linn Slrcrt, also becaim- sick Sunday morning at Imt Uiis Klucc vc- Tuc.crm. Ariz., en runic; to MIUIW! her dmiYs "nl Tlie Famous. C- 'local dry stnrr. Mrs. tin: (ju-xsiion Marfc itomliiimi is not umsidn-orl numus. present lime. 1 a rc-ftS'jlhr; plan'} which .si.-i'vcil tlio iiUiin; lit rcL-ciit ro- K.rd Almanl tlio Qiiriilinn Mark wore Major Ciirl Civplnin Ira KaU- c.K. H. .1. Afliiinsmi. In I'. Tnilicp [laviiiL-on la ry nf war. rsml Slaff Itity Tin- n fnolin.r; (ilainr w.u dimu-r. llici (owns roprcKeulod lea- tnnnl (hi.: sonsnu. Several of I Em I towns reported complclion of their drives [or isssorlatc inenklitTa raising of their miohis, aiiuui" tfifsc '.leing Cuero. Iti nililHion (o V. .1. Gru II. Diclu-K pniininriii nul rs- imwly clfdcd president Ui tiitr proinnU'V. His uit't- anil urcn. Cuoro rnprcsoiUod by til-; t-hiidrrn v.x-n: ntlirr fiinnbi-rs of im inljcrs nf tlii5 local colt it- tin1 niifnrOiiuiU1 of tin1 ril. whr> KOV. Kvrrotl H. cIut'Me. Dit'lit-1. hitd T. Mi-Alisitir, Kdward j red fioni a wild citsi.- .t, nowerlon. nf iuflm-nza v.-lu-n sho liu-nmc ill Tli .friMu Mir fund sli-.- jilu (In nfiri i-I- dollar bills, will bo purchased by Hi'cretary Mellon. Tlie, i next i'i jshcuts liave foL'en te- v si-i'vrd for purchase by other fjovernnjetit uffieiaU. Thd distinrlivo design of thu hilln is expected by Iroasury officuils lo it easy to detect coiiiiU'rfi.'ils. SPENT EASY NIGHT AND CONDITION CONTINUES TO IMPROVE llr. .1. II. popular jot tlie Kirst I'tesbyU'iian i was ixtnvtrytd tv) I Hospital t-arly Katunliiy ai'icnioon j jfullowiiiK iUi iinili- of appro-1... si'ei.i v-ry gc.od cian, however, mains critical. major league clubs or clubs a kj'ss higli rating. Ttiosc v, Uo t only iiiediocro ball have ve- infilled in Sun Antonio, playing wiili various nines in tbt ciiy iva- gncs. Sunn ill tonic Uic time ie-1 porl to training cnmp.4, .Jan. were the more: fortunate, of emir.-1, j 1 nifnt nf ;vr mail let-v'and it won't be long Ltiforr a! WLMHliins 15 from followers will the spon by an j cif dailirH to sors IM'.V aul'.iTindjiie coinpany, id the thtir fitvoritu making with nir movement in the siich-and-siicli a cluh. hi.-si'3rv of uvlfttion and nuiil j t l uhitl, of propose to deliver f -ei'ful nine, conlnmes to it it) 1- lo i in tlio obi Knmin.M- iii and wilWu 3A hours- v nroniul rMv u hucn Mnwrlf. Ihfl Ani..-1-icai, v, I Air Trunxporl lillrkt. said Satin-day Al these air- Tool rooms, Kambl caliarcts, beer places raided. and clubs PAPER PUBLISHER HEART TROUBLE iMUT.ADKLPMIA. Jaiiu. Jainc.s- ElvcTson. .Ir., 50, pub- lisher of the rhiiailfilphia was Con IK! dead in bis apartment Mi'.ay. Ik-ath dr.o to natnnil nccnrdiiijc (i> IK-rtiDrt Cnr- I'Miicr, personal physician. v por's the will be v tvcry slate in the Union. nf air mini! liflril In fjiui v was let i tin; iial'I. in {.'on tin u ikd on two 5 day LEWES GOES TO FLORIDA FOR VACATION1 Jan. HiTbcrl Hoover said m MAIL CONTRACT AWARDED BY MEXICO DIES IN PILE UP OF DALLAS AUTOS DOZEN NEGROES HELB AXE SLAYING QUIZ J.i. n; livid ln-n- fur iri. -.-I- Sin-riff Drillk- Cmiuty j.u-l She was Her. K.. wliicli in t'licro on ,Taunary, submitted anil accent- by Captain ami Uya- bed fnr scvt-ial Inn was JlH, ufClrrrs itoiti- tniajit Klv.'iuirl 'Hie- otlior "f and cloctoil' Tiirc-i- inji'.-iiU frmn ;iln' va-ro t-u barlly uc'l ricld th'j Qih.'s- en, tticii1 iitnvsn only tcmpnr- tiMii Mark i'.nd i i-Iui ptaiH- on ary. tirit of n-l'irn jo-irnc-y. Mis.; Aili-< n IhilVr. who ntly iirndvfW'Mit ;iii fnr aupc-n- !lu: only nii'inbrr of ,1. M. family lu frr-l Hie ill rilVcts of ibci prison Mr. tlaiC-r n ;unnuist of lh" LiiifJ Miss Aili en for hrr Mvs, lialli-r iTttiMidf-d t" l-lac-' Uio rcinaimiur c-f ''Ll Ilir t'lblr fur ditllUT Tbnrsdny, tldl Miss Ailcrn was ill from soiiu- other but of tlK' hocin'M.- for winter in Ki l lit- TWELVE MINERS ARE BURNED SERIOUSLY IN PENNSYLVANIA YOISK. Jan. ;U' nf the Orsani.alion win- ami a small i souai fi lends. Ih- pi left (.n .Miami I'.i .u-li. UlKTilll llMil him v.i-ri- iKHililiHml VMw of ihv Smilli 'family. They tn-vi-t. in Ki'imy'.s cur I ivbic.li lifl tbu station :i( v .Tolin .1. Drmorratic n.Hidti nl rbatrinaii. join lin: iKifly at IX'I. rivHtdcnl, Victor J- ri.rrn. I-'ii'si vii c -iinrsidctit. Unit. Wliarton. Sf-coiid J. K. Kl- Yimknm, Tiiird vicrvprcside-lit, t'hri.i ICin- nice." Viclorin. Vourth J. Klein, La Scuul lomnii-r'ioniT, J, y.. Yoakum. COTTON BUYER IS DEAD AFTER FORTY YEARS IN BUSINESS WII.KKSIIAU11K. Penn.. Jan. Twelve miners were Innn- cil in mine ot Ihc Hiulynn dial daiiKt-r by Mr. Diebel. Company today in nn explosiu'.i nvvare of tlie ironldf! Lite (Continued on page, tw; ,w'im r ?ald (hat !u- N'ACIKiDOCIIKS, .I.n frmn imlitirs" r .Moon-. M of hiTii nn Iinr.t. iliril .11. Hi whd" on his (.odny. Hrr liad iu bus; years. foliosir.i: rave in. Tlie loll laM ilettrmiiU'tl. Six ot' tlie liuriH'd ai'O in eoiuiilion. di-iitli hilslil. Mi-s llaller lias e lei-ovei'eil. re a iKiliih :r o( I: fin1 tlie Tl; all'l ha'l n li.llilii-al le Natiniiiil council WK pliiiiiied lo six ith Ciirl l-lspy. .it Sarasdla. I'la. some (lorlnrini; there is a poi.-eiv Tlu- (ihscriaiion iil.'ill'nrni of Ilir ems near Hie ear of I lie private ear was banked willi floiv- Hint If not deslroyed will er.v I! sail! Ihal llu: ]iril'ale Voison tlie food. However, n ma-'cur would lie retunieil Illis week til, Kast Tonkin jorily cimlenil the c-bec.se was made lake the rost of Ilie Smith anil .rains and wai up in a tin eonlaiiur. families lo Sarosnla. rains WEATHER REPORT lid Tu.'Sil, er. and somewhat ciiMfr. K.M.I.AH. Tex.. Jan 2s. v. jurcil. Churlca lliani WANT INVESTIGATION OF PROSECUTIONS OIL PRODUCERS ALDRBBEACCflMPllCE   

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