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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 22, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyeiiglil Necessary For Good Work in School DR, JACK KAHN Optometrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 605-10 Welder Blilg. Phone 233 Gco. H. French, Pubiuher. i- VOLUME 31 AFTERNOON EDITION FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 22, 1029. For Furniture arid Gas Stoves see HQLUHD AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Subscription Per Annum NUMBER 1GS SERIES OF WRECKS f IN TEX ON WEEK-END y Auto and Oracle .Accidents Boost List of Fatalities 'f on Week-End SEVEN MEXICANS KILLED Baylor Student Preacher Injured When Auto pn UUi lliU; DIRECTOR OF TEXAS DALLAS, Tex., (knits involviniT Hlumiiohiles took :i n i! D i HIP I II B 1 U U a 1 a E U I Expert Holds Texas Would Benefit by Bar Atjainst i Chinese Products 1 SAX ANTOXI0- Irani a tariff hiah enough lo keep Ctiinn from flood- I thc domestic cgy market with 'tlic cheap product of thc Orient, loll of at least a lives Tex- j COnSlrilCtiOll Of Al'lliy 1X IU'id' is over thc week end and at least i husbandry, Texas A. anil Col- is many more wcve jured. Seven laeiubero uf a 4 family .incli'.dinx a ninciber of chil I met death lit Finlay west of 'h'crra Hlanea. v.-hen their j Air Corps Builclinys in Two Cities is many more-were in- Ail' CflfpS BllilClilUJS snid the principal speaker 'at the annual meeting of the Poul- j 1 try Producers of Texas here. Frank Smith of Stockclale, Wil- j 1 sou County, was elected to succeed l west Siicrm Ilianea. when [trilll IfjM JD'- 11. Orchard. KIVI Antonio, as j ear was struck l.y a Southern U AL IVIILLIUIM o( thc vM-mliicers cific pas.scMiser train Sunday, two j ____ of TC-MIS which is an association j were killed in acciilenls at Dallas, j formed chiefly fur co-operative Duncan Field, San Antonio, ly injured H. Ke.l.leii, a fireman.; Field are P v is formaliv clniriioil with murder, j In the -Sierra lllanr-a LOCatJOIlS MaHlOU Alejandro anil __ wiih their wives and three children mains manager of the lion and elected treasurer. H. Oiilel. Han Antonio, rctirins treasurer, reported that since last April the association had sold 571V rj-19 worth of eggs. of Alejandro Hernandez, were kill-j Jan. (d. Another diihl, Fraieisco, UKC i was an- expcclcd lo die. rmd Simon :i V. I''- Taylor, manager of the Southwest national egg la.yi.iK con- test here, was elected vice iirosi- llfriK.mlc-2, n slop-son, had both j eon'struction of army air j dent, as were Mr. Oillctt and K. II. broken. Simon was drivins; im in a' Xuerchcr. U. 0. Holccamp, Com- "n, ear. Ho faid he: attempted to ]M Representative I fort, was chosen secrelary. (bounty directors follow: Alas- ins Dickers; Ucnrwe nc an Fit-Id, San Antonio, Another Endurance Flight EAKR UNABLE TO ATTEND _ OF MOTHER IN Eel N rilH! Giant Plane Sclieduletl to Leave for Shreveport Newly Elected President is I Postmaster in MIDLAND. Tex., Jim. ilKiiit iirniv plant-, Qneslioil j Murk, was sehedulod to (akc; oil i Victoria Ireland Will Return to His Home Here Wednesday ipplv the brakes, bill succeeded i James of Jiichira only in the ear directly in the palii of (he train. Tin: Among f ilnilies are In the Fort Worth accident. Mr. Ilcih-ii v.a.; uncoupling hose after a fire v.'l.en iie was struck by an nilomnbile which is sai.l 111 have carried him a block on tile bnnuier. Itotii of his were Inhibit and he died from internal ii'.jurics ihorliy after the accident1. W. Vainer of Wac.ci was fatal ly injured in Dallas late Saturday niubt na third aiuoiin.bilo I IJrooka F vvl J. M. W I mai. Chris Henry: J. F. AT MEET jniaschtc.; Dnval. Karl Mann- RcsoklttOtlS Adopted lette. .lames K. Surinam Frio. ,1. 1'. i MATTERS OF imww STRJNGEH TO ALL vrauis; THREE CAFES crm IH winiffl Q niUSXUUU Jamison; Gillcspic, Mrs. Chris; I .Mathiescm; Uoliiv.l. W. H. I rente; Lloyd Hell; Kar-[ I lies. K. Lyons; Kendall, Pflessaye Wired to Representatives M n D E UlADQAMTQJKIrohecker: Medina. J. H. Durgiii: i m U n t minnft.i I CM H.J OPPOSE PROPOSED BILL WASHINGTON. Jan. j 4 Indications Hint the influenza epidemic is on tlie wane were give.n in reports received by tlie health service loilay Irom i Maryland and imvu. For thc week rlldfd .laiiu- TONKAWA, Okla., .Inn. :odiiy for Shrevtiiort, La., via Dal-1 las en route i 3 ARE GRANTED LICENSE The vlane hv.ided here ycator-j day. j CAPT. EAKER UNA3LE TO j BE AT FUNERAL OF MOTHER j SAN ANUKLO, Te.v., Jail. j While her son, Capl. Ira Kaker, j was halliim fos near .Midland in Hie j Army airiilane Question. -Mark. .Mrs.' V. Y. Kaker. mother of the famous j t, was buriud in the cemetery j near here, today. rOR'l' WOHTII, Jan. aptaiu Kiikrr's lather in a io- (ieormi lielund of Victoria was hospital willimasioiil tronble and cd iire.sident ot tlie newly appoint- jwas unable lo atle.nd (lie funeral. state Board of Medical lixam- llev. Clem Hoover of San Saiia j j.iers. In coiuitction with the semi- tlie ISi-v. CIi-iui Wallace Abil-i convention -of Texas vetor- eoniliicted the services ill tlie l jllariaiis, wliich was held here Mon- risi Church, the rhrUtnii j roll, which Mrs. Kaker auended, j pm Mockfora of GreenTillD havint; been dismantled for j _ nresidcnt and Dr. Caplam hakei tame i ncct to Sanderson ot Drowmvooil. San AllKC-lo from Midland, after i socreiarv-treastirer. Other mem- andniK us plane Ihtre, and the of his tlllJ Mrs Kaker died sud.ioulv after of J' m IS-dav illness of and A' oi Dallas. Dr. F. G. pnt-.iiiw.uia. Her son was with her1 "f 1K' R a lime lust week. Inn reiiirncd j lo the Pacific coast when she j Dr. J. K. Gibson of St. in to he improving, to take his i an address at the initial mestin; place in Iho plane, which recently uri-ed greater co-operation amons d in tlie air more, than la'J; numbers of the profession and a 'brec Tonkawa restaurant hours to broak all en'inram rec- fuller realization the lies of veterinary activities. Dr. II. H. president, oi Kan ..V............................. I T.ll, (CUrl I into two others which ban i in a minor collision a i ri i dcror ami quit man. wlio if vi'niurT. ('insrlcs l las was Monday id wi.hout bond, today was nam-1 IK. llnruin; Wilson. H. Klocka, il-land Kerr, Mr. Holukamp. is were over .fie iden-1 y of lie vi OlTJ-both rciireseiithifi shall. niij (MftTiod lie-uses. decreases from the -nv eMdah.cd j ItJOrnU VtU DU I ItU Most. deh-satcr, will remain week.- Iowa reported there and naMOm VFT So.ttliwcsl- were virtually no cases. in one restaurant, as J t j 'era lubeuular conference, oiioninj -fr casually picked up a slot machine! for a three-day session. 'and wal ici'ehvd llin sain-: awi- i" cirnl. "i llranclun's less s from Okhvhoina. Colder and freczins in north and was Hfressiiry In am- i js in [Wn (a.-es with fair and; WEATHER REPORT i'TSiSionr' Port O'Connor n n 1-1 linl'rtin on iln; nf i R. R. PARDONED BY I mn UIOTfinll M fi incidents at about ihe same Ibal lie spent a pond i- irun VlulUmA W machines PUN OiBL'S or nloctiiit; to kilt Dolly '.l. a I'.r.v.livUVist. Stl him. William A. CuaroL'.. was arrested today. atlmiued h'? llad Mason. I.eslor Ms in .Oiinlly and I'.yron 11. severely Injured when their antoinnliil" crashed into the hi-ad wall ol' a lulvert while iiri'< Fii'z S fit I M" 9f K i v.ai.n, a.imii'.eii nv II.LI MO" ssposition Of "Old Rips" Mm to municipal pnblii: Jail. Kvc n ill tilting Monday. Th bile ef the pliy.-icr ''''il'd: 1U- i riuhts of cities to and y....' <.'tuoi.s died Satnr. the toad. uti K jo to court and to It may be. hov. NEW YORK PRO IS 17 UNDER PAR FIGURES Dr. F.. A. While ef the advertised forjiiol their innnicipal is aw. .i.y. ,o court and to it may He. n !u Lou County: aiv K Xavar., ,nMf KUmM. tr, iini.er.i.y wcr, mains 1... .o (ll, --1. wa-dru-i.rto.co.. for work app, n- Cavelle near I'ort y man, lu'vc. waciv a. ;i- .1 V.'eir to when Ibe accl.l.ni occM'lvl. Vbrce v.oni.'li ................._ fi-.iiu Anslin, wiio nisi ln.1 a nu-lry. SH.12S. minor accidi lit and s.'tlen lle.ir ret.: work on 7.S ear back on tile road. ,0 Mr. fiorn his car and ___ niolton ;y lo Hell..n. (iradina .lr.ri.as-." tojior was also sent lion. .1. J. M.HK- ,o ;1 inv.iriled for llcWir. Uraysoli. Meld at Washinsion. D. v.illi Ihe ,mily and ,-i-ler.-. Vi.ti.iia. rairici... Houston.. r. iraesl crcV be his infhicnre in ihc dc.nli uf .Ihi.i JlfinlB.im.-vy. Thrvick-.iii i.iutiwiiui; this pra'.eitiou tu tl.o and l.r'olli- of the entire Kerr y's hour of sin.TLi. and 1.7 miles hulmied i sc, lion of our stale. A ,hj, extends heanfell 'of comr-tc work on Highway lljo, V Jo'.n fc.nds for widening HiRhway 12 ho-! by tth'ile'i-'i ixicaK'il wa-. filed in con' c.n.lini.- and to Archer Oiirnty tmiiiv- discoiiliniianu: of the lifl; sav- llic <.n ihe'-tnicinrcs on K..2 miles of of mile-- of llish-1 int- .-laiioit v.ill fir. by air mail I" 79. Mansfield Coalinncd on ,1 Dili r- liv a "V :u- Ih.v body .-i to .AlLbi- to v..l- bvo'; A' lord or V.Mt-T for :ll yuai-.o; his dralh. "Ki.'." .1- couicrsionc uf the o'd (ouri oa a boinl sl.c'M. a .d shn-Jld so to Wash- not sure rk.l I'-.- on to take a plat.- in Hi.' Smith-1 would th" ail Insiitiitlon. Oth'-rs llinllsjli; 'I'll... di d fhrisliaii Vnivel ity, ei-liy ii.nini: beioin-1 ,'.ii .HliVtis ,iic liaowii a" ..i s I'ross" would bo moro for hi- v. intir ,vn a jn ihc isi The Ncv.' York pro roll'-. !ed I.l" s.-.i.. fo.- best 72 holer, of Eolf ever He Y.e.n.i K from par M v in vrh o: 27! ,.f i f. i :il is   

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