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Advocate (Newspaper) - January 23, 1929, Victoria, Texas DEATH Good Eyesight Nccewary For Good Work in School DR, JACK KAHN Optomitrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 509-10 Welder Bldg. Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION For Furniture and Gas Stoves see HOLUHO AMDiJR Easy Terrru Phone 159 VOLUME 31 I' FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL Subscription Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNNON, JANUARY 23, 1929. NUMBER 167 BELIEVE IT OR NOT NINKTKKX- TWBNTy. EIGHT was _ a ycarxyf marked progress and achievement for tlio electric industry. In opera- lion it effi- ciency JUKI economy of its ser- vice to Hit- public. "WhereevCT t possible, refinnanc- ing ivas carried out at lower lit- (crest costs, resulting In laruc Eav- iiies, tluil hnvo, in general, been pused on la the customers by re- duced rales (lie nation. Much additional wca was added to that served Ijy electric' utilities, and jiiuny more cnniinunUlr-.i no-.v liiivc the advantage o( adequate electric power. A number im- portant coiiKtniclioii iirojcets were executed to the further enhance- ment of service. In the new anil outstanding tleld o! farm eledi jficivtitm. great pro. Gross was mudc. Scientific- re- search, curried oi> over a period D( years, has definitely established that it electricity be properly em- ployed in agriculture, it will more liiasi liay foe itself In 'comfort, ef- ficiency, speed, certainly of opora- tifn, economy and labor saving. As rapidly as is practical, new farm areas are being given electric ser- vice. The outlook for the future is en- The industry's great past triumphs are hut a beginning; Micro are vast potentialities for electric power yel ta be exhausted, lu the farm, the liomc and iu in- dustry new uses are appearing al- most dally. AL the root of our industrial ex- pansion Is the tireless hand of dec. tricity. Without It, our great mod- ern civilization could never liave developed. H ACCIDENT OCCURS AS INTERUR8AN CRASHES INTO GREYHOUND BUS Mangled Bodies of Five Victims Have Not Keen tdentifietl X K CREEK BRIDGE CONTRACT LET FOURTEEN ARE INJURED K K 300 BOYS, CLUB WO Still Another Man is a Very Critical Condition m UBIiIjEVlIK, Ohio, Jan. death, toll of the worst huu HUE-SIGNED FOB ONE crash Ohio hap ever known mount-j eu to IS today with tin- death Ti-dcly Another man is In a critical conilition. ERRONEOUS REPORTS PLACE DEATHS AT TWENTY FIVE BBLL1SVUK, Ohio, .tail. Ik-atli leaped out of n snowstorm at a grade crossing near here yes- terday, claiming 17 lives when a speed hiterurhan crashed hi- lo a rittfbnrah-Detroit Grpyhonn-l bus. Earlier Not What He Used to Be reports had placed lliu TUB HUMAN" HACK wastes a lot lime ami trots a Rood ileal aliout mm-csseiitials. At the time tliey appear vital ami vastly to" "r liurtanl but v.-lien viewed afler n 15 injured, sntnc o[ them por- lapse of time, ihi'v ikppeav as >'C- Enrolimcnt in Girls' Work Has Been Closed; Boys- Have Until March TO HAVE 400 MEMBERS Production on Acre Has Been Very Satisfactory, Says Agent H. B. Ross (ers of small moment. (ported dead erroneously. The iuternrban was bound for Toledo. The bus, traveling he- lucen Pitulnirsh and Detroit, left i Cleveland at noon. THANKSGIVING, Christmas, football over, John nml Miss TruiiiMo announced, John Ilarrymorc married, tho flu in llol-, lywoml abated, Al and 'S ins, it looks like urc.tly ilnll times A "K "'turban (racks in Mils country for the next few More Ihan 300 rural boys anil j have signified Iheir intention n'. joining the i-Jnbs of i Tlie point where the crash ou-lthe county hy signing up for ono i triangular intersection, j or more agricultural projects to ho i (inducted under the supervision ami a highway cross there. inf county Agents Miss Sybil Bates It wiis snowing heavily when thujaml H. li. Ross, during tlie year traction t-ar leaped out of the ninrli. Rifle of Unknown Person Fata! I Hit i Structure Over Creek in This County is to Cost Larye Sum Bullet From High-Powered GIRL KILLED INSTANTLY Sheriff's Department Has Mo Trace of Guilty Party Till: KGYI'TUNS who recorded their first observations on astron- omy 3900 years before, the Christ- developed Ilicir calendar Ity study MIR moonlonstlis of pyra- mid shadows each sprius ami an- liimn. r.y of labor and re- srnri'h tlii'V discovered the year's lenslh In In- days, almost a.; precise ;i meAsuremcnt as mod- ern astronomers make with (he most powerful and accurate inslrii- !lt hit tlie one of tin- latest giant type, and ripped the motor [car in liv.iin. As the interiirbaii hit tin: Ims it left the rails ami civile down on of tlie motor vehicle, l-.'vcry (Contiiined on Tin- enrollment in girl's work closi-il. However, hoys may join until .March 15 (any hoy between the of and 21) and at th-? present rate of enrollment fully 100 members conducting between 51.11) and nrojecls will, in all QUESTION MARK is SGASE OF REBECCA WESTWARD TO FACE! SAFELY ON WAY, BOGEBS REVERSED RGBBE8Y ELATEDi SHUKVllPOUT. Jan. Tin? tluoytion tinny endur-: ancc iihiM'.', Ifos't; at DI.-FFAJ.O. X. V.. Jan. (INS) Iu' froln -Manacled and slwkl.-d, Hi-van Bather was 1.'-- U'iiitey Walker and Hush T) 1 aiily, loustiinte organization. the com- v.vstward unlay lo face A boy or girl v.lio joins (lie club i di.irKcs of ami i ir.usl willing to work hard, lo sityiy hard, and to play hard, said .1. I'. Harrington of Telferm-r. ivlio A MAXY of us select our like do nnr clotlv.v.j We take tho kinrl that (its us bc.sl.' BELIEVE THAT SHIP IN NORTH ATLANTIC WAS SWALLOWED OP I Tin- nintlo of Hie club inenlbcrs YORK. .fan. An- i i--. "Tn (lie Host Itett'r." t ft i oilier rliama of the j wliethi-r it be cnrn. roiton, calves .MI'.'DK'AI, Si'IKN't'K is becom-' "as sla.m-d toilayjor chicken--. Tfm imnihcr.i ini so we're lold there} a Vlil of mystery. ;vrc of some crop or a is no such tbin.s r.s pain. Xow an-1 A Brim sib-nee fill this mornins !lllimal llr chickens under (lie other eminent authority says a cold r.ulio finlions on land of their parents anil tin: i> Jiot c-obl. Hnnn tlw pam anil rt-sfiic ships Ihat are agents. Karh mrnibf-r keeps I'.w with snaliia will he storm miles Hut lie never foil belter in shore, where (wo stricken vcs- li'c. j.s-els ,ire slniBKlinfr tu keen afloat. t 'One vear-isi h'-en swallowed up l'''11' TIIKSK and women of the ri of 'I is lie-' lf'ri- early I'ilsrim? woiv people with This the r.iiti.-h Three ci-nliiries reportc-tl passed siiue (liny Material! missina wiilioul a tune, romlitioiis have chanKed. Tie? .Misli-ty ovvr the i.itr of Hie Am- in-eil our land remains Ihe erii an (.inker officers and men aboard, and tlie Italian cargo boat "Kiorida." <'urryiir end of tin? ye.ir of the product at the District K.iir. Om-i- a month it'l memiiers in cadi ar- iivi.1 too late to attend his moth- fi's fimiTal at Ivlvn .Minnlay, al lln; runtrols. The c.-mnuui'li-r. Ma- j'-r f'.ul platiin d l.i tly over landing at rihrevcjioil lati- and spending Hie there. off a simrt lime 1.11--T. did no! c.-.'l fur to Mark iui iv's flight. poiircd to i: ,1.111. In on her from a r.'u-nt np- bun.ir the friendship in on A'l.l told pirlj France. Major Carl mm- disfiRiirr.! raaniler of the (Juestic.n Mark, i iv- of tii.' opinion t.'ial Tounscnfi. a forn.er army c.ip- ilr-liheruttly walked on the uin, al no-m Tnosday as tin- In.- plane liv-aded eastward. had liroodi'd nienr. AUSTIN, Jan. The Court of Criminal Appeals today reversed and remanded the case of Rebecca Bradley Rogers, sentenced to serve 14 years iu the state penitentiary for ths alleged robbery of the Farmer's Na'.iotvl Bank of Buda. The court held the district attorney made prejudiced re- marks lo the jury. HUSBAND OF SENTENCED GIRL IS OVERJOYED VOI5T WORTH, .l.ui. "f am too happy fur words." Thus bnsbanil nf i c.i llrnilley UuK'.-vs. cnmmtnt infc-lm-'d case o[ hi.- '-xvf- bad icveiscd. r fi- raid it was too to' isiaVi- pi..us for next trial. HOOVElTGOESlTO SECLUSION IN FOH MONTH'S REST MIAMI. .Ian. Herbert and the .1 HI-'IV.T went into seiln-.iim toija> ruined rli o-i Isl.unl in the middle nl Usy ilui sllb-lrovica! he a r GOVEHlRlOAMS OF COLORADO ERY III Jan. of Coloui'lo i.i vr- in a critit.i! condiiina liwa The sovcimir a .-pojl and in a tu fur aivhili'. has iniluoiu.i.
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