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   Advocate (Newspaper) - February 14, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                -M mi Good Eyesight Necessary For Good Work in School DR, JACK KAHN Oplomctrisl Permanent, Safe, Reliable 509.10 Welder Dldg. Plione 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION, Gco. 11. French, Publialicr. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND mmn Easy Terms Phone 15D jj 1 Timely Topics SELDOM IN THE HISTORY (if s depart inj; citizen as lias llev. 1'. Feeney, Ciulmlli; wllu leaves Friday morning lor Antonio In HSSIIIJIU full chaw of one tbe lamest in ll.c Alamo t'ily. liaiislyuiiers at .SI. .'n'ary'.s Uinrch, Kjiisbls of (aibmibus. CuMiolic llausliters America uui) scores uf other friends Tuesday eve- ?3t biiiK a farewell receplion in .be K. ol Hall for ibo dcjiarliiiB priesl. l.asl uljilit fully a hundred i im.miiiein of the town sat y) in al the Cliumlier of Commerce Inintiuct jjivt'i. In Paihcr I'ceney's 1 honor ill .lie Denver Hotel. Ad-( dresses ttiiu would touch Hie lienii of any IHTSIIII were Kiven by men weU-Uiiov.n in public lif.; in Vic-1 loriti. KOIIKS by Individ-! mils and were also on FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SQUTHWESf IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 14, 1929. Subscription Per Annum NUMBER 186 n K K M ft jg ft ALL BUT CRAZY MAN ABANDON STEAMER TO HOLO MISSION K m PRIESTS K TO K Broad Tolerance of Victoria! Emphasized at Notable i Affair. (he. jiCHALICE IS PRESENTED 15 S" Anil any munber ot fiire-ivell j b.-en received by i EVGIll SpOIISOfCCl C. Of C I popular forms.. Of Which PfiCSt WflS i S Kc.me Imvj luen received from dis- j PfTSiflpnt Ian! pninis, I'.earliest j __ i coiiKraliih.tioiis oa Ihe merited i motion nml expressions of resret XH many Ijetuitifnl' al bis having lo leave Ihe city llc'sem'-'1 H'lbllles iK-en uaill loves so well. ja as icere bestowed Rev. Feeney at (lip fure-' OHIO, THE BUCKEYE STATE, its name iti.in iis principal 1 river. Oiisinnlly it bore Ions! ilof.arllns inini.-iter and ic leader Ihe Denver Hotel hist evening! WIlGO ReSCUG Hl-iUlL iby Die chamber of Cnmtii'.Tce ;in iroouois Indian name :in _ "Beautiful Uivi-r." j token bis services L SAVED BY S. S. MOlMTAUK a niaile in naming nvoivc vc'irs' i-'-'l Il would seen, so from j tori., pcmilar story of its uamiug. It in ils a Spanish missionary visited 111? Icxas coast in loss. He askcil: ,0morow tor San .Vntoulo 1-. tbe wliom they met, "Wbat j nf uesday Captain Gives Orders to R Ship and All but One Obeys. i 1IA1U10H. Ahisftu. l-'eb. crazed iniin tapping out Confesses Shooting LAID TO REST IN VICTORIA TODAYI i iENNETT 5 'm Bombing Wi: 181 Mr .Mrs. J. II. Iteti-i ,ut Hill Tnf-iday J laid to rest in ilie li-ry ln-ve ll'.ii: inornins al Tlie limi-ial i Ryan's Chnpcl and :he rites ivevi; by K. llarneli, Mtllio- iniiiisi'T oi Xui-serv. 111 In h..r parents. Ihe child is by four hrniiiers cm. of iih. boys be Ini; only clubs days old, which made mother lo ;it- tbe funeral. Tbe father is feS son of Mr. and Mrs. U. II. lien. Truo.and formerly f funm'r :it SprhiK I'reek. lie j Ml, Al t- novs, jn j.. j is your name: They answered in Of g, Aim-s r crazed man tanimif on; t c.eeK. ne Indian. The father uninteiHiiible dots and dashes on I nir-s. Ulv, then -said in SnaniHl, "All riKln "eZL n "AllawaV was the hist aftcr his Mr2' An" i Wwcrs al i said was. arc KCOI! friends." S1 arrivi-.l wiih (he icst ot 'f 'cte >Kr H' WflRKFR I Their nume beiim rescued by UHflVU VyUnhtn nfiO YOUR MIND REGISTERS bun dreds of pictures every ilay. l-'aceH after iiein.; j Last uisbl's notable affair ..sieanier "MiJnttuik sponsorcil by the Cliaiiibei' of Com- M'bcn tin; two lines l.etv.-eer the Mnerce because of Fatber Keoney's .Monlauk pnriflj. Cipr. ant! n director TliiW'kmorten urtiers for aged 11, Eobbingly .con. fensec! to Ibe police tbat he bad ac- Katln-i..: Viitli.-r v.'ill comliii i r-iyrbt il.iy 'n.issi'hii at St. Mary's I'li'li-'Yn. jCiiureh in this city ui jHiinday. 1'Y-liriihry Xl.e.vliaii, ot church, anmmnced toiiay. liev. Hhii'l. v. will j cee-i Sir-v. II. liS ilitistor of Mary'H led in the city ycslerday from :-.m I Autumn, v.'lier.; hi; lias b: i-n us assislunt to Very llev. ,1 npj Ip a I jl-huvcil. Hi is n imive utytll V1 Prc Emilio Portes Gil of Mex j Herded .Victims Against ILAN6TRY NAMED FOR Brick Wall Swept by snTnroo r n-i Machine_Guns. ACTRESS WHILE Of'] RESULT OMJQUOR WAR 8EF TEXAS STOP Gancjsters Make Escape Be- j HAN ANTOXIO i fore Police Alarm Can JThe .own ofYimii'ti-y Be GiVeil. jVenie Cinmty. nhicli for I Ihe lioine of CHICAGO. Feb. i 'Vest uf llie i'eco-." Clnsenlie. seventh victim ol Hie itr-U'rt faiiiiuis actre-i.i. rifle machine ami balle liore, died j The s y.n. 11 tils i'.flernoon of six ballot v.omiils, jtry. on n iour ore.- jrefusiiiK in tall; lo tin: IMI in true jibe Southern romo. iguuglattd code. town in the early 'M.u and. ;i lite train slopiie'.l t'.t the slalion, hi ci'Jcntalfy UIO UiMn death when. Teh. II.......imsj-Twoj.mired of tlio small crowd (bens i HlU nANU' {flAunuUl "ie tMin wllkh he W'1E 'raveling j wrloartB of g s. avineti is the iiaiip- n( ibis to !h: capital was Jynsmitcd at aiovery fiendisii device ot' v.-ar JA Tevan prommly repli..'! bridge about 150 miles from swooped dov.n upon (in-j replied "I.anglry. inn'.nn." ami j n. K. Girt, of tbe Sax- let Sand ami Co'.npuiiv. lo- value arc mosl of lUem to nvijst lepresetitative eaise everyone lo momentarilv for-! !ias '-vtir of thej T Vet a vast number of pictures loria and also tbe most ouMamlin- cvt'ut "Icllins ilie IriUl, about! 11 illfi lllUH IIIO' lltat ciin effect vonr diiilv livin.' lei -..nt nt. ,.i. i ___ linn. Kot eaiiKhl hetween sraveli ;six of Ibeiii in their deaths es Ihev ...i ni.n, IIUIM O1U.sill ID" lv Ll "Ml "lull III litat can effect your daily livinsievent of its character in lhu Had it! l.nib Kot hetwecn two gravel j are waillns for your eUmco. Ad-: history of u.is city. for Ibe juilKe's urovoWns While ,1. M. lleckman. manager verlisements sliosv you better ial quests vrere Rev. i sncl stimnlatitig rcnuirks it is of tl.e liond l.iinibcr i IbTi'i' lliinss lu ride in, wear, enjoy j V. A. of doubtful rather .reeney j v-i.s the fruewll ,'V, 1 You run rciosimci them at once.inc.Ted ;ind wide us n commninty-i MUSICAL PROGRAM link them :u once will, (heir ad-; where people of all classes, races! A happy musical proartuii. led; vertised facts, know all about thein'aiid creeds dwell tnsetlier in peace Qaarletle. con-' before yon buy. You don't have'ami friendship, was agnin inpha-i s'slil1" "f A. T. Andorsen. In test Ilieni. Tbey have been lest-j sized on this auspicious Simon, 0. Ctaraice Gold-' for you. The wateli widely ad- n manner thai aibled jman and Unbin Krels. with .Mrs. T. i vertised in lo Ibe honor and slory of '-Cl! ;l1 I'iano. ;'lso hclnr.d pockets. Tin. on the print- ialiidiiiB phicc of KODI! will. A f'lnsf; tbe slonm away. Follow-' ed is u-eil on n Ilioilsaiid hiRli dcsri'i T. M. Scott. Invocation. Kiven by Kloces. rictnies in adverliseineilts iun! t'ie HI si hen of .ire iiictltles of -ood lliinps enjuyed to rather I'eeney was Kivei> '-111'5' Clillrcb, "Til'.- TERM IN fii-! His onl, .1 j.ii, Iklllll !1X juiiy T.'o.inded iwo TheiUmmrv ever did for SUYlli OF iOGEPS' ALLIANCE WILL HOLO RADIO 18 iEXICAl IS CHARGED WITH FOMENTING ClIJCAUd. 111.. 1'Vb I if firs; limt. in history, radii, i.alv.'ili he u.-oil ;l tia. Mur.- lint IICI-II Iv.-as confident   til nil. Vi ;i NOTHING IS EASIER than fullll ''Jisl I" fuel, the only nil as tile 'bcr of dim us. Tlus, an- s IMS In com.; 'M- S-L'iush! (iiD-iMri'v tmlay drrMnl if. 'I'ui-siliiy iifii-r :i ilay of Mrs. ,lf lid wiih in ihr It- 'i" i. i-iii'iriiil ni I "f th- imminence today dcci.leil it ju Tcl1..; ,1 ,.f til- finding: no t.vleiit. no self denial. "f i-Veney's chinvh Income: tiic HUIMO Till 1C, TlinTV x" lu, liniins. ,m (hnniiler are ,vas by Mr. CoMman. fob slenn cent., nit nl UllnU! {ILL IN Lmf 1 i "f (d In srf m, the jr.jml.HiiH I.Msi-! him with Tile board K.s appr.ived a bid j.., I 1 11 ncss.-Kobert U-cst. I belulf of -h" we you lAQAKICCC yCCCCI tA-UUNbHtOOiyiAN ;.'i Tiiix of inier.) inii.l ?LOcLf, by I .ml I bai.Maii a.i.I T-IIIA n HUMAN NATURE craves j When w-'ll' nri.m nniUlnm Tfl 'mtl NlVW M RF NR Pn NflFn Tfl MJUJII ILAHO UIL HUMAN NATURE and "f v.-lii.li Moriao js pni'el. A VILLAGE PARSON'S danpb-i T'wfm.i.-.'.ir s (IT in fniher's totln-s. i All tin- niouliers .-Ind tie.vt day (be and r.tllle olll with ntt jncnltnt of (U.. V'.tlhfr rtiey fhill Ai'STIN'. I'cb. 1 i Wiili.in.. bis tii: "f Then til ,-ec-m tiiin-.- I'lilC. Dov.n in ineinDri.-s we'll il-r-- rrieiid.-hipV b, 11s Hill i M. raer. rilv. DIES TO _____.____ PIECES ON IWS) WE DEATHS IN "ALIAS mm FROM W IN CITY'S HISTORY Ite.'ided; "Fins- in i itsMinnnl a tensity nl'V' (...lv IT'-- I'.iiit-- 'mn.'.l tin. wi" I- ii'.i'inory. .iiti'iiii-i t 11. W wail -isi'i ,.f DCpnOT WHAT A DEFEATED to lie- ivc.nlon nil-l as i' U "ir" "i.-.d. l- I, ic l-'il." ViitHinLn nLI Ull 1 WHAT A DEFEATED oils ami lion.'' of ..oliss on tw.i) 'I llll-d flity adili.ioii.il li.'iul.s h> TrtS'-i ''miiiMiij. llr ...hi a of a i-rniiiin'-ii! lnc.il br.v '.varin, -lerdi.y. Hie 'linn.   

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