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Advocate (Newspaper) - January 31, 1929, Victoria, Texas Good Eyciiglil Necessary For Good Work in School DIJACK KAHN jijsnl, Safe, Reliable 603-10 Welder nidg. Phone EDITION- For Fjlrniture and Gas-stoves see HOLLAND AMBUR liasy Phone 159 Ceo. H. French, PubJiiher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 31, 1929. Subscription 56.00 Per Annum NUMBSR 174 Kidnaped in China i (Pflfin Qjj lilOLJU DL Of 'Building at Least 10 Stories High AnYQng Structures Planned GIVE CITY TOWER Other Buildings Projected, Inculding Handsome Home For Mr. Simon With the coming of sprlni; there will ho (crcally increased IjiilldiiiK aelivity in Victoria. The tirowtb of the cily bus always been steady and snbstanliu! and nl all lime Maxie to Mix Feb. Loss Suffered January 16 by Grocl'-Parrisri Company Here ONLY CIGARETTES TAKEN Robbers Pried Door From Hinges Thought Job Work of Outsiders Sheriff llolicrl S. staled today tliat lie iras working on FUV- clues ill eonnection with iiuu suijs'.aiiu.u .iiiu .11 .in i The Rev. Edward Young, of Phlla niii m IJUJIV-LUIVI >...i. there is cousliieral.le li.iiliMug in clclphia, Pa., member of the Amcri- recenl ?M10 burglary of tin: Grotre- that of the past few can Catholic Mfssion in China, who I'ai'rish warehouse in j months IK-IHX confimi'l largely to was captured January 22 fay Won- the northern portion oi the eily. residences and. apartment linnyes. golian communist bandits and now The building was entered through Tlie city a few years covered i is being held for ransom.'the main door, was pried1 approximately liiree sipiare miles His release is being sought by the'from its hinges. Til.: KOOU'S stolen Inn with Hie building of so many state Department at Washington, j consisted entirely of resiliences on tlie outskirts it iiovv; I International Newsreell embraces fiill.v five sijnaro miles and its population has mure than 1 ilonbled tluriiiL; tiiu p-.ist ten years, i lieliiK conservatively tslimalcd now; nl nearly Tiiree or four new tmsiness hnikl-j an: plunnod for eonstrnction within tbe in-xl few months. of Iliese. it is said, will be of timely Topics nine cases altogether. Kberilf things tliu 3C'b was done by outsiders and v.-hib :he is followini; several clues he art- j inits they are of little value. saw ils beauty never know decay. A TEMPLK (The Xationnl: KdueiV-ion Association} scraper proimrtions and ai least ten A builder nuildeil a temple. Klories lush. Kivins Victoria ils He wrought it with grace and first -lower." This will be j double Ihe height of liie Wfliler' groins and arches liuildinir, which is now Ihe tallest, fashioned lo work his will, structure in the cily. While mith- j ins definite can he stated al pres-! enl akoui any nf these projects ill o builder: 'is helievfd tlial all will materialise' e'mluTv. tov ,ue. and Unit !S2a will see Victoria en- ter an era of "hie city" Brow Among the- business InilldiiiKs re- cently completed wits tlie t'rauk Alonso block on Kasl Juan Linn Blreet for "M" Kysteiu drocery No. 2. One of the major Imildim: projects planned to he undertaken in the near future is the remodel nienl and cnhirpnieui of the fonr- Klory Deliver Hotel. This is Vic- toria's leading hole! and because of its splendid service and acconuno-. Ono i.' ilic builders temple, ib.iimis nmny traveling men: frnmldeil into tlic clusi; thliilitrUonl tliis section eillier make Low lies each stately pillar, their headquarters in Iliis cily or i Kooil for consuming rust, spend Ihe week-ends here. Ihe temple the teacher bmldcd KH! Lcffland, local arcbilect. an-i Will hist while Ihe aues roll, numitieii today thai be hail called I'or Ilial lieanlifui unseen temple for bids for Ihe construction of a' Is a child's immortal soul. Iwuslory colonial residence of! .seven moms for Mr. ami Mrs. M. 0.) LEADING is one Simim and had a number nf v bo called and not oilier hnildiuL! projects llmt would arrested- for speeding, soim he reaily for cniilraclors. The. Simon home wiil lie built al 111 MRS. STUBBS, OLDEST! I RESIDENT COUNTY, DIES! Mrs. 'C'aiVilintt flos-emoye SlulilM, believed to I'" H'B oldest] v.liile. resilient of Victoria County, i died at her Iionift in Hiubln j cGinmuiiDy Wednesday afternoon j Third Car of Jerseys Arrived at of o3 From Alice Wednesday Afternoon Only Shadow otH o pc tamed by Louisiana t wa maiiy IS3 in anil hail lived! TAKEN 1 Farmer, Desiring to Animals WillRnd Them PAY PENALTY FRIDAY Tlio third tar o[ cattle brought this county. Ills death occurred in j I'.'13. I NEW ORLEANS, Jan. i I Federal Couvt today refused ,n under the auspice, of the Vic-] Of eleven children. m sitrvive, J ,ona numiber or Commerce danger, and two sou. _Wa id Wednesday ivfienioon (rum Charles. Lav.-rcnce, Cedar Alice, Texas, and are now on exliili- t.. v, Mi-vr.ii.i- i v Honner LeBoUet .ami Mr sweo'. Alice. Tesas. ami are now on James M. MM.IU, t.: 'E'lfoeher. toi.denmej it at the sales stable, at Ibe fair Sluhbs, nen.on. aiid Joseph h.; T .'''Il "er'J morning for the inunl-r u eo erei .lela.Js lvoman's husband, i eral fine grade Jerseys and children. 1 i L. LeBeonf. sey.i were sold immediately to funeral will be from the turners in the section ami Kridny afternoon, the; ai "le iveia'l n( Ihe fine grade .lc-reiiys depending upon the arrival of of cured at Yoaknm a few day., aBo 01- llle 3011a. Joseph E. condemned couple and iv.tn hive been raid am! farmers has been rccunuraliiiK at Kerr-i court's refusal lo s.ue tlii-m their appreciation of ,ervkes will be cun-! are Boiiig forward for splendid opportunity offered them dmtcd liy llev. A. J. Carson, pastor "ie c'xcclltlon. to sec me .select grade dairy uaiitist Churcli of this five justices of Slate Su- 'tie at the lowest possible cost pro- eityt anli hurial will be made in Court have already refused 'arable at this time. tbc Kvergvcen Cemetery here, lie- j lo intervene and no action is es- I Only dairy ,-ows thai are uf the prominence of the de-J Pecte.l by Governor Huey Long.. '.Kliniestedandapproveilasn-ofil-lcei-ieurs husband in applying today to the Federal le dairv COWH bv tlie conntv circles, members of that order will feurt for a writ of Habeas coriius Whether or not Max Schmelling, in fighting pose, will continue to 21 vance toward th: throne left vacant by tbe abdication of King Gens uilttuul ivre permitted to be j bo the shown and offered [or sale lo farm-: its at tbe fair ground sales stables, i tin! with this protection there is i very little risk or [lander in the i fanners KOttiiiK diseased or un-! profitable cattle. Owing lo the fuel that food dair.y j A teacher bnilded a Icmple i With loving' am! infinite, care. Planning each arch with patience, i liiyini: each stone will, prayer. Xone praised her unceasing efforts Xoue knew of her wondrous phw. Kor the temple the teacher build- i 1L (Tunney, depends'm large measure upon the outcome of his buttle for sale are rather scarce am! HaiigS Self Oil (MheSlme If! Johnrljr Risko. inset, the fighting baker from Cleveland. The two 1 demand Yard of His Home When Source of Entertainment Goes Wrong. will shov; their wares in a Madison Garden Show. (International Newsrccl I VAUnvll.LIC. N. J., Jan. Despondent. Hie police be cause his radio, chief snitne "f en-: Was nnseeu bv the eyes ot man. teilainmenl dunns hi'; recent ill- i ness, had "Hnne on Henry. CO years c.Iii, nim-, 'self on a clothesline hi the van) of: rliis liomc al n.---ir here. His imdy was found by his 'daughter. Mrs. Charles who went 10 search fur him lu-ii, ran hour lifter he is believed to i I have lied Ihe rope around his She lolil the slate police thai her] falher liad been mil tit work clnrins the aUoi'iieys for defensa fil a last ditch fight in their Inns Itpiil effort to save the lives of ilioir clients. Tho application -for iiie writ nuulc l'> Federal District Ju U'uyne G. IJarati oil the 'grounds i ilint. the couple, wua convicted by premium at this j time, it is hard to find very many j in a place bill wilb the wide pub- i liiily ilial is bcliiK given in uonuee- j lion with the dairy development! now on in the Victoria sec- tiou. parlies from different dairy j pjyC OtltCrS Flames Sweep feriui; dairy cows, princiiially LinGT ;radir Jerseys, at prices that farm- TS pay. nml ns IHc.o 1 HCC :tv brought in Armors who t LO I MVIH I C. LUOO un.1 ih.'siroiipi of ;nlriing to thoir j Is have tl'O oiiiuirtuiuty of buy-] QQJInp e nftei' short consideni-' declined lo act to stay the of Uiu ,tate are Itl-c Chamber or Commerce and at-; t ornt-r fl "n i ,f inn. ntuomol.iie is min- tin; [-unntry." TUr nisuivutuin i, Tut'sc cows :tt TUi1 Victoria art- j cncourasomtJiH tti tlje movf.'-j mcnt anil wlOi their eo-oimratioii j in act I y jiH fanners" who ;iro I'PirA'ii an [armors K (Hinni; i will tu: ;ible to :iiis ilhu-SA [Hirl lliiit ratlir. VVCRST IN 20 YEARS INJUNCTION DISSOLVED jum) assistnme iu tin.- lull IH-IIUM! liini EKIS-T tliti time. _______ i l thiiry cows tu :uM lo llii-ir Snow Piled as Hitjh as Tele- Law Passed Withdrawint] Resembles Arctic i Action in Leasing University Waste AUcr Record j Oil Lands Upheld by Fall i Court John- son Catches Fire While Tied Up at Jersey City Pier MAN WHO STOLE TO wfcn MARRY GIVEN LIFE i BY DALLAS JURY MAhLAS, .Ian. J. r-ycrri. who attempted in rob a ;LL trni'iii store lion- ilnritiK tUi: CliriKimas hoHtlaya because h- graph Poles and Traffic at Standstill an c-xlensi anil ilrillin? mlivily. t: is (leneral Unit an nil field will IK discovered in cn.inly HH ,r.ise of the y.'ai' ami cotitiiV'ncj ill FEB. i tniiay an- hurivtl umln siinw i, twenty year. Lands Advertised for Sale Jan. 2 Held Invalid .IKltSKV CITV. Twn intmln'r.s nl i :tj'l Ihfir livt.-s in ;i boM In jrlnit-U lliL1 flaunt anil jfivt: were? iuj'irotl firt years in Ihe stale penitentiary. 1 Beyers [iu votidctl Hie slnit; "iu-nuiso hf iH-t'ihiil tiic Hy ;ni. i escaoe by a jam nf ('U s shoitpers after he liail MK; u manim: Ih'.ir capital. II i> ..j.inioi, I. i'c Ilial Ihe anloinohile has dram. Hit' Court if Ani'K ruHfriiininTV sti'lT. lorali il m iln- 1 liniluhii: mi Soinii ATimriran "Ann ricu." lurm- ti-.-LtrcUi- cnrpimllnti i- of dollars an- on sucli ;i ;ul- YOUNG VICTORIAN' IS RADIO ARTIST I'ii'w- ..M r llill( K.ju in Ihe Diesel ImiliUui.- nn S.nilii u rl i-injr THUS. 'dMnaiiy fn, PRESIDENT GOES TO cnKulirMTcpunni are smau We have Ihe nrniOllTC EDNA HIGH bljHUUL same ,eeu .mip W h" and later in .........a! FLA. TO DEDICATE r, TOWER FOR BIROS KVT.U A nf them in appn.ximaicly of milliim .loHiuv. will suvril if tlis- .states liy WOMAN Ki.ns.is at Ihe present time iv.v. in Hoiiston. anpeare. jiro.sr.im of radio statiot this aflermion fi'oal S o'clock. Alt- Oklahoma. Texas and Arkansas. for. "The present nit in Ions distance r.xles is Ehe third to he made in 'i I.IMiS rSKl> TO divided in.; Mule Ilian iwo years. I-. fish. Plain and fan..y. Now- As a result it is tin'; adiiys Ihe lop of prnun lias; lo len million dollars Cnmp.uiy and later in lie- incaf nf ilic .1. c. I'l'iiney Mm-e n i emly 1." was inanaKor of Ihe Penny sioie in Allns. OVil... u'iviim- up llial position lusl Nnvem- iu-i. when he nmrm .1 to Victoria. FOR GANCEB HOSPITAL APPROVED BY CONIMITTEEMEH in.-li'ution fur la-1 tr'tvaieiit of T'r sons .suffering from .aiu.-i up sinn lo csiaMisli -t> OKLAHOMA CITV. Jan. -'.1 joint cimimitlre of tl.e OL- i'.ihoina l.c-lslnuire will tn lin williin lite nevt i'. i effun. i" ncWi.ite n ire.-.iy v iiJi n..n Mo.Miy ami the .is r. lite owiiersliip i if a of lanil fee' ill wiiltll h" l.ilH'tna linrili-r iii.-li it wits rei-.'Mtly ili-i-lil, 10 'i'exas utnlrr iiie lo.'fli The slrip ncrcr. MARRIAGE MARATHON COLORADO'S LAIEST iv A m.ntial Ifniif-viiv r.n-..- l.iu-st in niar.itlmns in WEATHER REPORT Tonight .mi1! partly man wa, (eatareil in -ay for the radio v.iriely; Has I, subirac.c.l fn.in the mv folder and risin harmonica and novolty. Kots everythiuK all the lime. lion's yearly mil. ntmes Hulay. I'.IIXA. .Ian. SI. 1-Mn.l WASHINGTON. Jan. Sclmnl wele dcf.Mt.-fl l.y 1'ivsidelil Cnlvln leaves tin' C.tmiio Hiccliiids in au in- this iiftcriuioii for Mountain leivMim: piiiiu- lil.iyedon' l-'ia.. In ilcdieale tiimmrnw the sillii- Iiie mull liy sc..'re ol and liird satuUisiy dn In nalert liy Kilwnril Heck. Th'1 president will n-iai capllal Saluiday nisln. perfect a cavahl rarry on the woriv The im.is'.ire v.as irniliMid l'tlu sides Uei k. .vi'i ii- a llolh learns slu.wcd up well in einit stipnorl to imsh it h firs. pime. and e.i.-ll will like tinal It ly co ihvonsli a successful season. iSeioml Tuesd.is. iue thvc' Jl'ini- ouvli's h.ive cclchriii-il mar- i' i'1-sai'ies nf (h.tli i-.'il s. Tinve aie jil.ln- a< Mr. and Mr-. Nash, .Mr. anil Mis. c M. and Jiiftii-e r.nrt Mis Joliti eiuh
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