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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 20, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "While Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They are wearing them now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION. POR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 o. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLST IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annum 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 20, 1929. NUMBER 215 Timely Topics RATE REDUCTIONS TO BE EXPLAINED THE LOYAL BOOSTER of Vic- is inte-resled in mall-rial sttc- bin mainly because through frjtlie excess income that it blinds, 'i; jjyiclol la will be able t.> cultivate Vtliicr tilings. ;Mfi Make no mistake, miltnre does I follow poverty. It ariives with 1 success. While a people j a mistake in altm'bintf J financial tneuess: all virtue, they just ;is far when they i to yive it due importance. >lif Tlie best work for Victoria for its c.itiv.ens. The man reads Ibis arlicle, hoping for! _____ larger future in Victoria and fur A explanation of Ihe rale Victoria will ibi most by accom-j aniioiinced in The Ad- a success in his owii i .Monday tiie Centrnl of activity, which will enable will be lo do for tlie cimi-igivcll tabulated form by the anil ii.s citizens. in these columns lomor- lew. y- THE AVERAGE uf Vic-! statement will make plain ;f tmm realises, ill a viijjii'... way, the j plltioiis oj ilie ci.inpaay Ihe ;v of preventive work in rates as they apply lo vur- Ibe buttle asaiust disease. GiX'iV electric raiises has been maile in safe- devices, and Kitarilins Ibe public heallh. but Ihe j rcfiiterators. fiiilil is n.H won, and will not be until every man, woman and child Elii- country. i tai-h iiuli uroriiiii.ii ill Ihc iviirn. I lui iiojiLi census ;iml (lie offlduh an. for II... nntinn-wWe (abiilatioii. j of Hn: Sills which failiMl t1> K Three Month Drouth Broken By Bounteous Rains K x KJULLO IRK Five Killed When Two Crack Trains ]M 1 V I lie ity 5 111 Tfl !U in jcrio shot by; AVlieeler tight while resisting ar-1 rest and thought lo Iiave been filially wounded, probably will re- i today at th s vvc-11 as j ir Wils :lt the wlll're mal1 ibors, iml -is this fuliure, the census will 1., on linii'. i Cliiirli's Hill, service i ar driver The iiifoniiiuinii miulc iialf-tmitlier of (lie iifglil as 11 i-fsiili oi ihc srii-crniiK.-i.fs i wsiidiiiiiiii. who was biulk- -cut ci'iisiis is very in side by (.iutlerruz wlien v bill we liuiiu Unit thu inivalc i llilsh Sm liberty inilividnaU liavi; nude morn w'ls allcllt lo be iilaccil in i of it than the vnrimis cnnsr'tsHcs i lhe for dis' Assists War oecretary i Rain Friday Afternoon was General and Averaged Inch. OF INESTIMABLE BENEFIT (Makes Crop Outlook at Be ginning of Season Most Promising. Continued heavy rains are i falling throughout this section this afternoon, amounting to fully two inches at Victoria by 3 o'clock. Got a Lindy Thvill Scores Injured in Railway Accident N'ear Toronto, Canada. DEAD ALL TRAINMEN Hospital Train Carrying in- jured is Speeding to Toronto. I'OilOXTO, Canail-a. March '0 least five persons k lied and scores, injured when two tj ick Canadian collided This is an excellent sttulit The Identified dead are: portrait of Patrick- J. Hurley rON'lHXTOK I1AHSTKAI) of Tulsti, OUla., who succee-.H i SMITH, l-Mreman Colonel C. C. Robbins otlowa liAiiny" M'KOiiKtrrs, as Assistant Secretary ci NYar i num. under Secretary IUSAKKMAN i-'KHGUSOX UKOHtil-; .MILLKIl, .N'ewsll'.iy r.c-liel' trains and niiplai.es an Dies After Long Illness of Heart and Kidney Trouble. 1 CAUSED GERMAN DEFEAT One of Greatest Soldiers of i Modern Times and Victory Attributed to His Genius. PARIS. France, .March Marshal rerdiiinnd Koch, one ...I (he iireatc-s; soldiers nf modern times and genpralissiimi of tlie Al- I d armies in the, field al liu> end l tlie Wurhl War. (tied this alter .on aitci1 a Ions illness. The inurslial suffered from a -art attack and kidney trouble ml it bad been evident for M IS hoars thin tiie veteran wur- lor would nnl recover. He was. i -S. The victory over Clerniany 1 st year of the conflict was. atli'i- Hinted lo tiie vrenins of Koch. Af'.e.' Ilii? Inndeu of seeiu- ibal the victory was not. in vain fell upon Focb. His health seem- d i.ontial until (Harris A Kv.inc) it vcapportionment every ion years! rRTll HI HMPC has been absolutely ignored since; In I AL I LUIlUu, UT 1ANK SEEN BY VICTORIAN the count was available. This condition should not lie al- low-cd to representa- Huiltliein I'licific. being benvier UlfiU FflR Con.mitice. According to Chrisii "I JH FUul I FUR servers, tlie reasons forTlicir al "vst I UlpTnnilJ arc iilemical, namely, lack general rain that has fallen; VlulUuiA INTR R1UFR "'ith Hie Administra- Illis section since Ibe record lit I U III 3 Ull lion's prohibition attitude. i rainfall on jiMiuary sixth. A I The thrill of a lifetime ae 'Mrs. Frederick W. Broatc! j ,she sat in her hotel at Browns- _.. yillc, realizing that she hat! HY lCIIERO MAN ENDS LIFE' IT IS WORTH IlutlllK Unit Mnyor! Mitkl. I0lltraitoi-: A- of nufialo. N- V..; u[ elected when Hie salary uf mayor u, of vns. ?s.i.inii ii year, refuses and re-, in ihe death of! nn offered snl.iry uf Georirc t'amid.ell. Kan Antonio' sAyinn that be was riecKjd to serve in ,h.lt cilv morn-: at tbt! lower figure and should not MAN-ATYOAKUNITO the precipitation in this city to be oi an inch. The rain- fall south and west of town was rushed from Toronto lo Ibe j flown with "I.indy" {rout Mex- Iwre.k. A hospital train canyinR! ico City to the Texas border i RrTTn TIJiPn TBIM town, the two passengers fit I Lll 1 nlnU I FURL to be with the Flying Colonel when ha made the first airmail rVKRO Tex thinl ;iU'_'ini't to twl hU own HijiirL-ti is to lie lierc. TEin Irains saErt lo iinvo liccn ftO tinU's an Iitnif ulien the b proved fatal !o nnnPT nM ri APOniC Tim heavy rain In Jan- nuuol UN rLftliruLt mvpVtt me YOAKl'M, I SIM abniidaiue or sub-surface moisture but tin: surface had become very dry. Last evening's rain came al a time to be most helpful to farm s....... PROGRAM! MEX VICTORIA in- mr.i-loi- and an in- nminOr IP MKXH'O CITY. Marcb M, iiSS) tree. Miller's iK.Ttoi- in the Uiirll OUUllOL 10 UUILtllLU ;-In full retreat befnre tie- (m discovered by bis wit, a (leorge .lohnson of .Sciu.ol her. pressing Federal forces. inter. She cut 111.! '.I. llonzalo Ksinbai-V r. li.-l ;l butiber knife anil fittn- onlinued loday -.viibont Inn pliysi. .Mr. Cray wns in his cur only .11 nay Tox. world chaminon fl.i: kiioivinK ,o which as ,me Ihe greatest iiviiiB nu.yor belonsH. we skill. of wbut Ir.iininp and the; oik- I.-I-IH al S1LMH.I.., alter bis way of will do lo ,cnt t.inv expn-.'s. a. hr.jhl nn ill th-.- human: ARE loilner S'. ICdwa; cnach. Durrelliiercer nlleilll- j scbo'il. is al "'r'' i lluii is lo be held in Victoria June part of Ibe i HI ..111. nine time iis-l Miller, who ill iil he.ilth for the jillni't'd iruni iiinb "i a in.-, with a attacU-'il M nl a. cap.ibb' Iliu: In-itiiir.t unolor Mr. .lohnson highly praised tlie (1 T. .1. iiairniaii of 111" work that is by Asen'. t froln yonh V.'I-.f pats krlll.. on; Ob (I Tjjnrr nCATU PAQCQ is V-rformiiiL. a that .V war l.elween rival aanss talh.ws im bis shoes. The family's UtA I tl UAOLO other in worhl today I here Home altribm hii1! u'ai" sh. k and ready now fi.r Cousin 1PPm..Pn ni. nnilHT tern irom .NOHLI v. v..r. (1.. ..iiviv, lv .Inlcdiali sivly mil-s Af RMf jl RY GlUjR of new i.rnhibilioi, Jaiv. on anil .Miss jsybi) i-oan- fvn, JM -think of only Ml I IIIIIIUU U I UU Ull s ynniilim all Jlon.iay ars-ity home demonstration asent. Ad.lilion by I! K- "h'l'l slick ivn.ly for tie late.-t Ito.-tmi "A AVSTIN. La (IHS) mutation an.I bis wife wen- found nit towns lo shot lo ileaih. They were crumpl-; vi" I'nrn uf Illinois, j cxc-ellfil in b.kike: ball, track, uud j Tllc. thins like a .'bimiicy ibat li.u-hls a .Titiv.. dr.llb p.-nnlly r.1.--e.s W-.-H. -if- ami bis ,-s- liehin.l .1 specially a< football ,-oav fi I he S'i.-t' home. played; Mock on Cliuv.h KF VOTC RF Nil ll" Al'1-o.ils. They IOMV in lif.i lin.e. The bnllei riddled b.idy of .Mini's football :it Si ward's rnUei- till. K.nnk I- I'.-sa! i 'J nllltl- U U luiins do avviiv (lie in" :vi iii1' Mtirt's, pi pitch. ti'lr- a car; .icrit.-ha.iy, dinner. out nf thinks rmiliiu- of Cnurily ii'-cro: t'ci'in chi.rlcs. 'Dimofn was fonml for this work. [JALLAu MCCT1MP.C mcr.iiituo VICTORIAN GOES TO OF HIS ASSAILANT FOR THREE DEATH CASES AT GUADAUJPE BY rr VICTORIA PAS T Q rynrnTrn tArEGTEO u.-l to vnjoy. 1'boi.o-: lull l ,M. Hl.ie was and kill' I bflTIIALIo! i- 'in il IT'-, Itev A. .1. M: _ I'i.di.v--. ivfriscrators. hveak- tc.d.iy in Ihe offiv'-' nf IV I'lcrc; r'a-t 'u-v.'i- seri.'s in, .t Vonils ihi'y've d Mrs. II. T. Wick, wife of a widl "h.- Murxin HviBiifri'.y and "r.Mnnts" S'i'.i'ias il-vin nil spfi'iid Ihe n.-ws tlaL kiiovvn veal .--n..te dmler of ibh I'iM-ce wa- by I'l.li- AIS1I.KNK. Mar, b S, lik-'ly vill inncii of k. Til- v. li! ih.'V ;iiv easy for you W Kvi'ry liiU mor.iini; fur Alton. S. l.oiiN Seu.-'-r sl.orih uf Al Ihnr capiirtlift. nineh.'i- v nl wink ai attention next rail to ihe muir ui, -.v..rk i tb.. tell of iti-.v i where will alii'iid Uie i.-r lite .-bnntniic. anrt owner of tiie Cv.v.e b.-re. iar y.ir Mr. iVl.shinan Miiiad. vtbi, :i i-- w nir.- lell of a number of; funoral of In r mother. Mrs. M. K.' Itl.U' wa- vim; th. heait, .iitd hew mday of a hemmon-has'.-j trii of any Tbe .oMially Invi v'on nil'shl nol to win, died lli.-re yesterday, in.Mautiy. _fl! the brain. 'l -l.ir. Uui i.-nbci ,ilt. present.   

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