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   Advocate (Newspaper) - February 20, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                d Eyesiglit Necessary For Good Work in School DR, JACK KAHN Optometrist IS Pennancnl, Safe, Reliable Welder Bldg. Plione 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND ATOR Easy Terms Phone ISO H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. 31 Subscription Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 1929. NUMBER 191 "imely Topics EVERY GOOD Anu-r- i t citizen hoiifjiil a fe.u' urlsl- -seals last .'ear. "'III SSvprfitaldy lie ItilereKted hi knowing i many wen: sold. .National Tiibe-i-ciilosl.j i flw sab- of nine. ear.'i full of .seals la.il an Oil Magnate's Son Murdered By Insane Secretary Senate Passes Bill to En-' liii If million dollars, mwlewi- i ot .-wci, reamed 1 6 10 11. stales fur iuili-niborculosis MORE VOTES NEEDED: LINDBERGH, it seems, Is j real fbiiiK ne) pour Short of Necessary I >IiSvfbolU for illus- Fillll ,1, hM recent .iiKiu rinai ftCiffem Yuri; lo Miami in slisjlil. II..1H Hours. From j city he proceeds (0 the. H :i tiii-e .leiitonont Governor Barn- I HJVs'fJflnmi-rrl.stn'wl ;iir mail by a i Millet- UH tune Senate- liilc! Tuesday Ifl to U in or- ll'lj'. thre" lit as hnuy days, MTIVIIIK each dac on i i thi! I'lmrossmuiit in" tin; joint rescjlulioo (in submitting n more tiKMi two years, we ua-j .wiu.llllmeut has not Ivav- {n5 IJUO voail on a train. ni.il.liii; all his ur thousands of miles sue- fr'am aial IMS deinoosirated be- tl) Uic ;m I'fisslbiliiios of! Ifte' The 1? votes is four THE UNITED STATES islu.vi of l lie., lie, essary Iwo-thiriis some day a .-anal aeross I v, iih Unee seliiiuir., ahsent, if icon j imp TCCT arLlLIRb Hal i Grade of 80 P, C. Senate Includes First Oi- ls Made by 103 -i fenders as Well as Hard- SUidents. i ened Ones. THIRTEEN MAKE 100 JUDGES GIVEN ADVICE Several Fifth and Sixth: 36 Republicans and 29 Doin- Grade Pupils Also Excel ocrats Vote for Bill, with in Contest. 5aml13Acjainst. it photo, Edward L. Doheny, Jr. (rear shot to death at Angeles by his confidential secretary, Theodore Plunkclt, who is believed to have suddenly gone insane when he killed his employer and then himself. Mr. Djhtiiy war the only son ol the millioiuic's oil king (rear right) and had two sons, Billy (front left) and Lelt photo, Mrs. Edward Doheny, Jr., who was in the next room when the fatal shots were fired. and that it not avnariMit (loin increased traf- tiiroimii tfic: I'anama Con- agitation is ti ois lilt1 j-Vj' f'l'lie vaiial wuiilil lie Wii'n lliu vole was cisi It show- jtemiius in but lii'iiiR much ;1K Muck, (inn, tlvjy for it. still mean illCW NUT TWO J19BS SIiLL Unl UM Inn IAOVIMO rnn mm oiu; iackiiiK to the vesoiu- j .T lion the 1-en.niied iH votes on its! j M jlj 801 final acloiiiion. There will Lc j j! j j filff much jocki'yiiic; lo t-et the out: ne-i U 1 LslUL. ii FM TRIAL ;ou'llllhljld ft II flTCH! n 1 U vino. irollji-ont, Slf voiiaim. Thomason. i Willianismi. .yjjiinirer the United Hlates, would the distaiu.e from the Ai- shore lo the I'aeilic toasi from one to two days sailint; Moreover, the Nicaragua.! iirgliam, Deherry, Gainer, llivdin, would lm ft sea level niute Hornnhy. I Iyer, rilei'avlane. Miller, .-.-jjnil. in consideration of ecrtain I features, iadieated that-' with Hnsselc. sui-oii.I eiinal would be a very move. -Xeal. O.R.STEWART, MCTORIAN, DIES IN-S. A. HOSPITAL h i CHoskey of San Antonio, t IIH in f fl Fl O B FV rt-vt-nod fn M II la Is Jiiorujjiii' I UU V SJ I 1 lh': (tl Aniojjio Tucsdijy ;il j of elecUon ro of International 11Jh Bridges Across and {at ,n tl.i, j MJSSJOn RlVefS h- toin-t to- flnriirl HlrHS DON'T THINK milch of a maa is not locluy than lie AN ANCIENT RELIGIOUS M'et tiie Hole H. E, HARPIN IS ORDER i Wlltfll American Catholic WclfareH'111- Coitnoil Joins in Showiny i uir Rotary Has No Sec- ;LINl tarian Aims. and no funhcH- 'made in the seleelion of the iiiry. In. Siuwart lotit; a resident .of vieioria and loeated in Kan An- tonio irom here ahout tr.-o .vearrf He manayc-v id the Ter- A le.it in jjileli-d ty County .Supi'riiiti-ii'lent lulors of tin.- would I K. The nell huou-ii 1'e liable to a uisxiiuuin in' Ayres iine or five year.-: hi.'eli used nlure or both, under a bill lllian T'J.'ji.iij rhildren in S! fitios.. lo' Hie Swiate Tuesday unil si'iis ;Tlii.. average fur tlic aevwilli (jvadi; to ll.i.. House. K jjcr teut. ati-oi-dhif! lu tin: a vole of to is the Heuaie scale. There svere 103 aeventh' aj'tjroved tin: measure intmlun-d Krade who took the lest in hy KeaiVior J.nic-s. tlii> t.-ounty. The iiiKloa, after .several oi d'-- was SO ieut and tile median ctli-hrated by a uf views Trade S! cent. There were hitiveen ISoraU of Idaho and K'.i.-'l thirteen uiiiclc n sradc u( ICid, jot Missoini on the iiuestioii. viz: Alice Juixt, Durrouslisvlllc; "The proi-osal lo increase UK Cecil Ciatlir'mlit. .Mission Valley; i maximum penalty in yudi ;t I.ecn Adieks, Mission Valley; Ho- j as to it applicalile lo iir.il hind NVanner. na.-i attacked hy ncr, ciai-k; Ommie. Hublis. Guirfii- (.Senator.? as too drastic. Inn the in i- Hadie rlaecilo; .Nellie uf ihe Senate decided suili Bonziilen. .leroinc Tylieli. ;a stej) necessarj- lo iielj, lieiniee Jiisclikc. i.iUwty; j Hie piohibiliun more f.-fiec- n-ank Harnctt. Telfemer; Annie j lively. AllBUHt lile 11S in" ejc-.de otlonderri. Hie The 25 others ranking a standard j softened the blow by H srade or betlf-r are: I.nvie CJrlf- j iiiovinioii in the hill which declare.; fith, j.conn: .Margaret Kills, lusj; ji t', u[ Nelson Sehaefer, .Mission Valley; j that Judges, ivhcii imiioains had taen WILL COST reil'-hot v.-ei'u- He is adjourned Timi-siiay j vlvuil hy his wife, one daughter, i Contracts tor Grading and nv" Drainage Slt'iitinres Also Awarded. Mellso Dawc, Wood; Klo Raaz, j teiiccs, "shauld discriminate A. null) Johnston, j hvcea casual or slijlit vloi-.tlons. V.'cod; Ada Kolle, Cnlctlovllle; ii-.ud linljtttial sales of in Florence crisp, rasa j or attempts lu coinnicrcia'l-' U-r .laseiike, ValJey; violations of praliibHiosi Ha Jlirsclihauier, Cas.i Hlanea; la.v." Charles Snyilcr, rasa Hall, Levi-Sloan; Mon VATICAN" CITV, 'natiinial Uotary is ahont 10 he Drailiayefi Slt'llttlireS fliarlrs Snyilcr, rasa niivitii; Also Awarded. Monmu in v ul, "J 1-nedie.e, UiUe Piacedo: mze! I, M OERMO1 I Afll T lie wiH-1; on ihe letoila-i'.eui.ijio I Kli.inncin, Lake PUuedir i f Today's S.ui Autonio Kxiiress i i j DTIlfn line t liroiiKh Coar'i y aeeocmi of j j I WU U i Hul LOU Alt! nei-orieil to Siliena two hy ivter tlie livcat. has I Vi'i'v-lsciliiteil lifo, avoiding tonliia I Ohio mi IV i.K i -Vltui 'tiatu bill, i Mih 1 l- tv.o sous, and I UXJR ami hinnni Aluivi ill i folk i V' K Dietary who pvesnlenl Oi m, l" L, J< In, Stewart, ami a sister, Ucineehe. of .Minion' :lt munlere, ol a fou. tlllia ot N. V. Valley, mad, m vent. SItkt! SINCE SHE WAO 18, ]m'snm "H- thc J __r_. ._ lo w was i( o{ oll.er ffruders who of l.iwn City Iowa, pos-il asj a rl.linK aKainst Uolary by lUc on- U C T O i smdtir.tc-d fmr.l Cliiia-o Col- Hied tin; sixlii staiiii- num. Takni ili'i-.-cditlv at the .-iistoii.il lliat mem- 1 "L j   i.iaeliecd niedieiue f Itolaml Otill, .Mission l'ul- TrUJilT r _s_ niliii- (.amf shortly after vV' !lu KHcir-c-iiiK victoria, Texas. jlcy: H.i.neiiei, ixnie Tree; 1 EnAil J r ROBERT BLANDON o( T'V' tin- uewsjiaper used: j I sen-ices will IK, frukop. Inez: i'lorence i.ass- s Vatican for it. public, an- t ,o wltll Mission valk-y; Clrif- f "be as No. 1'N. b-.r. sl. filll. utaanwaii. II.. sti-lK-K- a vvitil his atlto! ttjn "lc "s ,-arried her tiflv vards on Ui's' li.-nl rondc-naed Hie she OK WHEN YOU BUY anew HIS WIFE AND' a Koinau C.lth ysi'ic (min i inti'rvirv.'cil u iiiiinlji-i1 i Villid aU'-ini.u'is Ti..- i i-.- 'pviik. '.y any ll.u'i. ,1. Kt'-. FI'iv "ll-'Viiiliii n' i'.jy '-w J -a: !il   

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