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Advocate (Newspaper) - February 18, 1929, Victoria, Texas 500 MINI Eyesight Necessary For Good Work in School DR.JACKKAHN Optometrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 509-10 Welder Bldg. Phono 233 FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE tlQLLAHD F.asy Terms Phone 159 AFTERNOON EDITION H. French, Publisher FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTH WES F IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRARY 18, 1929. Subscription Per Annuir. NUMBER 189 Timely Topics YOU KNOW THEM, hless (hc-ir hearts. A pair nf youngsters, real- in siiile o( their .xvlC-relliinl air "Icil teens. Tho clear-eyed, merry; the a hit arrogant, full secret, earnest iilikus for sue- S'fpl I" the movies together, dance, u hit. They dun't litlievc eil1'---' her eyes 'ff0 "-lie friend." they'll he Brown up. Jiaii and wife, those fearlfb-s yimiiBstors, At home life l" A budsct, u Ki'vinpK account, economies. jijjjss They'll malar mislal'es, Imt they'll learn quickly. .She'll begin "1C SpCllllillK Of iiricea and values, she'll read about llihigs she plans to buy. to find all she eiin al.mit (lieai. Khe'll regular reader of advor- tiscmonts. They'll lu'lp her lie-come His i hou.'f-'vifc she wants; CD iniieh to lit. They'll tell her i GlVCIl. i-'iit whal cluihes are best and what ,RI SQCIETfOF CHURCH m Tells of Accomplishments of Prohibition in 10-Year Trial. SPEAKEASY AND POISON These Substitutes for Saloon and Alcohol Only w -f y-1 FORMER VICTORIAN IS ROBBERY VICTIM CHICAGO HA ANK ROBBERY 4. a. A JUd' SuJA JL lirices pay for (hem. They'll i Nliw YORK. Feb. ti II her about the foods 10 buy. the j its ten years of trial Din jonly iiccwiipliihiiieiits lo ivhieli DR. IR IN 2ND IIP Police Spread Net in Chicago Gang War electric tlie linoleums! i'it'1 draperies. prohibition can lay chiiin are (he; And she'll meet her i'ie.s and fulfill hd- duties easily, and well. She won't become to the Church lived, flustered, inefficient drudge, Society nt the Erdsco- :jy! localise her home will modern, Clci'By a -rl-'? ivell-rnii, she'll keep! millllc: can lay chiiui are (lie! n T. i sutaiiiutim, of the Bound, Gagyed and Tied lo "'easy" for saloon mid poison for al-j Uecl I'1 HJS OffJCG at Houston. STICKPIN TAKEN Die' .speedy years! stKlcmcnls seeks TWO Rjngs .she'll retain nirtcli of that shining'01' movement to Modify the.; ceo :_ j eyed, merry freshness. She Amendment. One thousand III VlUliey, niVL5> .-Jj-'W; llic "boy friend." j'ive hundred Kpiscoiial clergymen I CHS rOMCC. ihavfi slsitcd a lo support the i .__..__. i I The Houston Chronicle car: riKi STATE with a name or ['Tench j movement is l.iiHlsiitnui. so called in Tlie Houston Chronicle ear; fed jits ieadins article today an (if lohhery ol Dr. .Mervin lioiior of l.ouip XIV of Krnnce. Tho! REED RESUMES ATTACK _________________ .______ name was first applied in It'.Sli by 1 ON '8TH AMENDMENT] Houston doctor and former resi-' Upper left, Frank Foster, gangster; James Clark i, i f M' i- i, iiroj [rteiii of .Mission alley, this county. 111! N STAIR I PISSING TfRBBCHHERE mm s reached in this latest atrocity of Chicago's gang tlis esidorcr. I.aKalle. However of "Bogs" Moran, gang leader; John wa Tlie massacre took place ivherc the men had j May, garage mechanic; Al Weinshank, "alky" dealer; e stablished ".ilky" hcsdiiuartjrs... Two men in police rinss, a watch and Shallow or in money. Hives told Detectives Clark and j Chamber of Commerce Will Try to Secure Stopover Privileges. S. P. AND M. P. INVOLVED Carried Through Here Most- ly at Night and Not Per- mitted to Stop. IS Ol will U 1 L1 svck to have Viclorlu made a. dc-s- liiiittioii or stopover point by tha _______ jScuilii'iii Pacific Lines in the salo c _. iOi hooincacutcr e.-tmrsioii tickets. Loss Suffered by Pioneer j wmts llr- TrUSt and SaVinGS j corpus Christi and Bank. jUioivusvilla and practically every i (lay several coaches of homesee'K- LOOT IN TWO POUCHES H "ro CK1'rUHl "K .______ Oraade Vfttloy, must this Police Get Description of Car to u'e nisi" Used in Massacre of ot- !lomcsCDkor, Seven. atlacheil to last night's south- bound train and a number of Hi': ClIlCAtlO, Feh. ,cltlers expressed a ilc- mcu today held nn a Kuaril al llioisil.e stol, over iu victoria iiiu 1'ioneer Trust and Savli.jf.s Dank. not (hcm Blugut'd him. Ilireiv him a i flight of stairs ami escaped M-ithj" fine furm laud for sale in this coun- ty at reasonable prices and oud securities. CAPONE DEMIES HE KNOWS mmbcr of prn. "Hrtiad U'ater.'' tr-nns desi'rijitive of the rivor v.-hich this state is l-'or the naming: ot this slate v.'e are indebted to Secretary Rfll lAD-VIP T n R 1 A invcstipntcil Ihe rolihcrv. i I U n IA he hecn IylnB U11 lhe of war. U'ilkins. who in ISIS, iltir- nni nirnO TH D} IV the inornhis naiiors, ivlien i iiiK Tyler's ivilmiiiistralion stijiKi-Hl-i OULulCn'J ill iLAI hnockc-d on his door, lie j LtA_ cd that tiie N'ebraskii Itiver (now I'lalU'l wmild furnish a suitable! fur the territory ANYTHING ABOUT MASSACRE! mmBcr of prn. really are aivac.i MIA5I] BBACH. Via, don't Itnoiv a tlie killing ot those seven tiica Cliicaso. Ho.- i? liavcl ABrea living here Al 1VU. XMm W11" m V n.mity lo see Vu-tona and the-s'.ir- anone said today m rer.lv to i i nsuallv linking name ivith I w invest here am the Cliajnlxjr iKinor gans DESCRIPTION GIVEN OF try to have lit-.! [.Southern Pacific Lines divert so 1 I UrllrlL j uinu. in a nionu'ins I i vn ui- i.... ;uid experts tf> inCx'l j xationai cnard basket- i InThe't'rio'who Mmister of War Takes Field in Per son to Direct Operations in Sonora li'L' (hall team will invade the city I I Iis vitally inierostcil in the IN RIGOROUS HOURS, wil1 "lu cit-v him lo Kive them JO'lrt ;v i ilmvn iron lane ".'l'5 holdnn nhoul a month aKo. i The rcdt.rcast l.mks in vain for i ''liiy.'} Tl1'- forced -liim to lie on! him and hound him to the AN OBLIGING HEN in ;i I atliK-tic cl'.ih h-.is iHTfovin. in Viciorin. A hirse crovvi.' lilv.- ly will w'tncss lhe till. at SI-1111, three rinrrs of an nncsti- i mated value, a walch. valued Sl'IC'. snd in currency. AfKr siaivhins HIP rooms IlioruUBlily fur TRIAL POT Hi OFF AT FT. and Chihuahua. idMAIN TAINS Muwlll a 'direction today Hlieii a description fnrutshcii tin- if IS WORTH Tfviiiif of ;i IKIJU-V MORE THAN MONEY! will TCMDrn I ;Th" "f :1 HIS TEMPER stutw. made the front; fJUrn UJil II DCAQTQ rr''ct bj' lvv" in'front in jew, is. hccaiisi- it something dif UlUn MlLU UUtHO I 0 tlic They weri; altr.vt- 'postponed loday. llx. from tlic States o ati'l rnl Auuuo sils for c -s over the 'il hy (ho noise o( lirenkinp; gbsiS nun. (.'al., l-Mr.st j iiiid looking tiny saw him j j- :iciin> Fall." in a ruhher ball makes 1 hound and casswl, Iryiiii- fi the front for Hie piune n-a.-nn. and ni.iv Us a family of j ei. Iiis boinls. Alter his i nn.'d lien.-. lie notified police, "STEVEN DEAR." whlspcivd lh" I (if iiiu I'caco J. tl. Solk-j k .v ii? f''VS''1 and tnonlhs it-.iet tvhu, you tome in not Uc usvd as a I Jj" Vsmn i A pet .deer. aiMiliiHl in tollcc. i ilv-lio" was inio I'HUI li'lve-; wlifn a[ :t fond "Did I w.ikeyoil up days hy a ihlic.s as cvitli'iu-c iu -.Vo. Inil you tnotlKT, I i li'o limit ami I il'in'l want ln-r ruiiaini; up icach- d nh-.-n In th.> in-ison and (.umi'bininj: in tint I maiTLrii aa arreuicd in Ciiira-; several inciiiihs nil IT the ruli-s Irunk llu1 BI6 I f-'Jl toiilsht." AWARDS FOR 1929 MADE BY i name. I'.'if u-fu-id atiii il that Hi- ivverl cotinly ha-.v fni.'ni.l (hi- i'i ih" I'nivi-r-iiy of niiciimaii. i roiiiny T.-nKci' Knives' A.. coiild Walter lioii. .-UK! it C.VMCCIC.I rii.'.; -In is .idiiiit-. I fioa't Kauizalion hoasi lit icnr.! i-.Miil in ch.i'iRc my name. mcinlu-rs within a shun ANOTHER GOOD thins about is that iu> enterprising ixs- has smi ceded in ii in .sinthvuh furin. i T ll f Cnlllilv imui. ii ,011 Ilictn. Ihey ivniriU'il a M, c. V.. c.iiiuon a-.id .1 lionnl V..VIK as inw with a third and. aflcr A will elitcrt.iiii Ihe Coiv i, fuail ihc march with Hum throKh the at l.nt pel- c.-nt ofiVrcd hv in.-, Minout policemen.: i'lmuli. Itoiia HnnV and Tni.-l In a, Main sirci.'t bank. Ho 1 di.'w r ii. and liKctln.r will, COLLEGES ACT TO BAN "HELL WEEK'1--1 Mie ir.'imr or 'lidii. will lie li.'K u'iviti.; tlie in tliMT.-.-, liitiriL-ui rkcy r.ii.siity. TMHI sRODTEfl THROUGH TEX, HAI.I.AS. Ti-s.. 1-Vb. U.-jlKS) f. I'. "f "trani'm" ilr-rby iV.r.i.-. i- P.illn.; linhiy fi'.wbility nmlins tlv.- nest Isil: liiro-ish Ihi-i ity. The uii-e vviM way .Ti rri'Sii VorS t.i Sivly is to bo nhovr ihc of m.i.l v.'.i.l, haj his aavf i ,'fi': ,-rs siMi.i.iv w I" ilu> (hroo anil J.u'V. i-vi.u-y. rnu'crsily. a discipline com- i'iilM' in hen'. ith was l.-.tl "Veil K, .ind .1. in- rvccimv c.nirol yi.il- TO CAPITAL GITV WEATHEfi BEPOHT 11'... in MIAMI. Via.. IS. -pi rhil train 'I'l'ct Ih'i'l... f: a-.ii Live-, back li-> h'.1'.'
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