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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 14, 1929, Victoria, Texas "While Gold Frames" only the latest, but comfortable, strong mid stylish. They are wearing them now, DR, JACft ICAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSf IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 14, 1929. NUMBER 210 Timely Topics SOMETHING LESS than a liril yi.-ar.-i Mn> (jty luthi'rs of iiiiJiill tud1 urn- ovi'-r tin.1 mlviiv ibilily of iliaii-'iHi; [mm oil liit! !y ilijiffjvcivtl kirrustm' o l sltvi-l iiui'iL ivns stirivil by tl loirn was sin red ornirnn AC controversy until finally a I 40, DIED EARLY TODAY; BURIAL AT GOLIADlx verse; "II woulil mil cause us sur- prise If some prosiimpHlous, >iss _____ Should SIII.MI liKliilnu from Mjiimei striedel, 1C. one uf Vit- :iorhi'.s he.-l known farmers, died Or IlKhi 0111 sirocis will, jja-i." i at the DeTar Hospital at The aiitlmr has hecn forjjalton. j o'clock this morning following an Mill hi! krio'.vlncjy proved liiliisci: operation for appendicitis. a true propli-l. What was cum eh'- .Mr. sjlik'.lcd, the son ot Mlcliacl .-_ _ wl in ire and ft-.ui on its way us, Klridlel, natives: Mount Machine Guns hit of sutin- became an deceased, ivari horn at piohauly within tin- an- j Arneckviilt-, IVWiti County. tl'.n-'s lifetime. isjjj. IUj3 Those win, aiv slieplical of olir many At the tmidern Industrial and its In- ".......f his death lie was. farm- lure may find themselves in the j Hie Mnrlhiljohni tract a few fiiiiii- pnsnioM us this village wil. northeast of victoria. 1'roycsH waits for no man and has j Jl1'- Kiri.-del married twice. talent for jokes filsl formerly .Miss Nal- iheir ivcalors. .Mueller, died many years; ago. His si-cund wife, formerly Miss j K.'1 BY BRINGING lhe farmer lula Allllil Angei'sK-in, to whom he was j cli-ser lom-li his marli.-is and I sixlevii years aso, siir-; in... vives. SurviviiiR also are thirteen liH. children, five sons am] liicis. hlMin-ays lio miieli' OE these, there were three j toward lhe sons. Haymonrl and Alvin of inohli'in ol farm relief. County and I.nv.-rence of Vie- 1 A T JIT C T IV Injured, In oouth Carolina I ornado' x x x x More U. S. Troops Ordered To Mexican Border rl S LED I! cn-.'iun i.r.inis out lli.il while f, "f i 121. or thai, om-filil, of all llml lliss SlrieiUl1 ar, In I "f ViHoriil oniv of all farms on of Inick while cent of farms we located on niiiin- pioved dirt roads. A1Iellc- Alllla n11 "f Federal Forces Concentrate Power Additional Troops Dispatch- i ed to Reinforce Those Al- ready There. i EXECUTION AT SUNSET 1 Former President of Mexico! Caught With Rebels May Face Firing Squad. March j --Additional American troops have t-onnly. the second onion, j thc 'lhe lust named two be-! Forty planes of thc lirst Arizona, to reinforce those twins. ridge field pursuit squadron arc I llieri The rtmwikl wilt-he-from Ihu being" hurriedly-equipped with rs of prosperity Ihu farm 12 machine guns. Major Ralph lhe city. l.assiter the Department to- (n Royce, commander of the rv ucv Paul Knch- i- S1uaciron- Ms action i Wil1' ChC PRESIDENT cMx-nsiv.- past dni.r. tn, of Lutheran minister of Uoliad. I u Wl' ChC R SDET MAY i I oils and difi'.Ti-iu asphaliic win thc j Mexican border trouble. How- j BE EXECUTED AT SUNSET mlMiiros can iiroviile surviceable _ I ever, since planes are never so MKXICO CITY, March 11. roads at low cost. i rinriT T-n 1 Irr j c3tl'PPed cxi-'ept tor battle llulallo Gnlierrez. who roso from 1 "1C tlir.t la rurncnttr's bench lo the proat- -i- l-i-rn lllcy are being prepared in the of Hie Mexican Kciniblic. ;r- rinriT T-n 1 IirrT Tltlo! iHAulV illLtl OF SEASON FRIDAY a sitddcn d3sh to thc COAHUILA A Laredo. Central Power and Light Company Declares Inten- tion to Build Project. FOR DOMESTIC USES oc Dam Will Be Concrete Struc- ture 35 Feet High and 480 Feet Long. WASHINGTON. March The Texas Central Power Company of San Aiitonig bas filed declaration of Little Town of Liberty l.D dcvdop a i ii r-i mi power project in the Guadalu fers Heavy Damage When :fliver, CieLta counly, i Hit TwiSter. power commission an- nounced Wednesday. The power HOMES CRUSH VICTIMS !v-'ould bc for domestic A concrete dam 35 (eet high and Several of Injured Not Ex- wil1..1" pl" "ross _ Guadalope H miles northwest of peeled to Live; Damage ;victoria. Flash boards vjill exterd height of dam five feet. The reservoir would extend approxim- UUKIITY, K. C., March 1 I--H1NSI 'ately !2 miles upstream, with .in Nine persons v.'civ killml ;iml r.i 'area of about acre feet. j injured, several laially. __ _ cunuutinily last I nrnART V REPORT 1 (rnternatlonal Kairsreel) the firs, place. The hesi rnle for an is to consult tlmse re- sj-imMble people '.'ao male- a lillsi. of studying lhe matter. Ho.' to your hank or to s.ome ioni; 'he firsl truck and field meet of tahlishcil rennlahlo investinenl -tin1 .-fason. a triniipular ivffair. will house mid lollniv their advii-c. i set under way at ihe Patii Welder Ijiin'i IJsien lo interest; (j friends, i athli-iic field tomorrow aUornooii of pr-oidc Unit a snie.ii' iMW o'clock with tiie Victoria: thju-r and I'alti -_____ The old rule is a nne. anil Schools as Ihe, rival .MKXICO CITY. Mulch that is linn tlie In.rser Ihe returns ------ai (.aiies, lormcr rresmcni ot Mexico, now iMinistcr 01 war a: sunset of his connt-u- alld Navy> caplured and part to OITU DAM lion with the present revolution, i fTorreon and the rest lo Durango, where insurgents arc in power. Ul I I DALL was cantnred at con- j tjRebcl forces are being nislied from Juarez and it i t C.ill.-j" UL-M .Tom ;i n-.-j.liim inn! in .-riiii .il mult-mi u. nfriiw.: ai Miss Smite IfalttcM. opt n tn i THE NEXT WAR for n 'Vi iiory ,-ou, kslint fti 1'rniiii- iinin- thr' Maflu'lfl in tlu city Tin1 mu ni MohLibly will On-
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