View full pageBecome a member

Issue date:

Pages available: 4

Previous edition:

Next edition: - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions

About Advocate

Publication name: Advocate

Location: Victoria, Texas

Pages available: 165,012

Years available: 1885 - 2007

Learn more about this publication


  • 2.14+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Find your ancestors now

Start your Genealogy Search Now!

View sample pages : Advocate, March 21, 1929

Get access to these newspapers Plus 2.14+ billion other articles

OCR Text

Advocate (Newspaper) - March 21, 1929, Victoria, Texas "Wliite Gold Frames" Not only Ihc latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They are wearing ihcm now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eycsiglit Specialist and Optgmetrist VICTORIA -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Gco. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 FJRST, VICTOHtA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. THURSDAY AFTEROON, MARCH 21, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER 2Hi Timely Topics ASTRONOMERS, Hul satisfied with a universe HO vast Unit ih" jnjnd of jnaii can hardly conceive the vast now coinu for- ward with (he news that the. tclc-.s- lia! universe is larger tluin they thought it was. Itoadc'i.s of Tlic Advocate, seek- ing menial exercise mil-lit, take up a casual sindy of the 'stars, and iiott- man Inn studied them, with revelations. As a in your own home, fvu if any niciiiher ot the family can tell svhere helium was discovered, ant! how. T'llen, ask the cro'.-.d how many Htar.s hiue heen discovered, ajxi iiow far Ilfim tile flllt'.l till.' t-losesl still1 happens in lie, Answering these Iv.-o queries mfelit lead .somebody to take ;ui interest, in oilier itdes- lial lo Hie latest sex thriller the study ought lo he a rloM rniile. ANYONE with a spark rom- ante wittiin !iim will faint jilovy at tile thought of the founder of the famous Still Thomas elockwnrlis, the staid Helii Timtnas h.imself IIIIIK since moid- in his grave, coitirantc'cl hy his sales manager of Vl'l'j as he j anntmnees to Mr. Thomas the i new silling line (will consist of i clicks in all styles which will keep 1 accurate time and which need never he wound; ihey are tf) he kept by a power tailed cli.clrieily. which is .-unit loci that Franklin caught with a kit'.-. Quick Death H J 250 MEN IN COAL MINE WHEN EXPLOSION OCCURS IClllES 15 4 OFF FBI GIN Nearly Five Inches of Rain Fall in Victoria PINT W! 1 t I U I 2 3 U Is i 1 i 1 i- r f 150 SET 81! ol i Forced Landing Takes Toll of 13 Lives State and Federal Officials Confer as to Means of Rescue. U i Mrs. William Cardou-, bride oi I I six months, of And where will the electricity i Conn., raves with the pain from tlie founder, to j from the ravages oE radium i hmiiui- the manhy. Oil, .Mr. Thoin-' poisoning which she is pre- as it's in every himte, .every huild- sullied 10 have contracted [put t -inc. replies the sales manaser. >'L'a" paintirig'fatlium fjals 'And .Mister Tliomns, I want you ft roe the .-pei'ial lino tif electri'-' ri TWILIGHT CONCERT I Srr PALM SUNDAY Hi CHORCH! CASUALTIES EXPECTED Mine iti_Pennsylania Scene Early tliis Morning. KINLOCH MINE, Near Par- nassus, March 21. (HIS) With 150 of 250 men caught in the recesses of the Kinloch Mine ol Valley coal Com- pany by a nexpiosion safely above the ground. Federal, state and company officials ITS IS EftSI SI! j Federal Commander's Lines I o( Communication Re- i ported Severed. I ARMIES COMSOLIDATED i Rebels Combine Forces and Marchincj on Puebla, 70 M rrj Miles from Capital. a 5 i I XOGAIJW, Sonora. Mareh ______ 8 rebel, today Creeks Overflow and Roads U iirive.ou cm- ami to ].tavc.i to with motors of !m huge plane faltering short- b' after taking: off from Newark, N. J., airport with a full load ofsightster.3, Pilot Lou Footc, a ocas escaped death, fought valiantly to hold conferred this afternoon as to his giant Pord .plane-in the air, Thirteen per- the effective way of rescuing j Eons wera killed wllen thc Plane Crashed into the remaining 100 men from i the irorl frame flight car about a mile from .-the landing fteld .where thousands of strange word, automobiles, that evidently made some difference in the work of ihe sell, Thomas turn- the blast torn mine, UM.OCil crews bat- and Bridtjs Washed j the Federal army umli'r general ______ Kluiis L'all-7-s from lite- capital. RIVER MOT UP MUCH i MMico ______ ary fortes, consolidating under tlw r, _, banner ni Jesus .M. com- Countryside Sheet of Water the tlljur. Folowintj Biggest Rain dh-eeted Since January. ward the south. -SVarly fivo inehes of lain has. hy rebel head.manors loiiay. fallen in Vieloria tile past forrc-s under uc-n- I feriy-cisht lioti'-s, or ciaetly LSI xertuvhe and Axuiirc ar- horrined Sunday visitors stood powerless to Indies, the heaviest iireeipilation) avert the tragedy. The top the type ot j sliu-u the early part m January, stat" df I'nehhi plane which carrier! the victims to their death j irhoti from SM-C-.I to ten inches; fell j sm-theasi of id and below are the crumpled wings of the, tin. county within a i death plane. The accident is the worst in tlie' i a reran] fur many years, history of licavier-than-air aeronautics in country. "T P mm imo inul .stutike rescue tn-wa liat- i wiu a , i ypCTIMP upl n RY pivpu Palm S.lmUiy iiv i nerato reael, j "ItL 1 nLLU D I j INTELLECTUALS thrnil.shoi" iiitii! at il p. m. r.t the Trinity miners helieved slill the eanh are tryim; to peer inlo coiml Chnreh. .in Hie Kinlneh Mine nf the Valley- liie fnl'in-. Ahimt tbp only thin-': The pro'-ram for the itiiusiial at It.ii, seems cl-arly outlined is the i event follows: a. in. liulny. I to have. EXTERMINATION OF Pfi WPCR UU Wctl) W j (jft! I Lt rapidity of lirousln "ii hy Prelinii-. mechanir.alinn nf our western j Wat-nrr. i-ivilixiition. At ihe moment >ve j I'roi ".lertlsaiem tht ari- confrfinled by a minimum "f f hy .leiMi..-. di-stnriiini; The antacim- i liev. Lee H. Itoh m the mine when the Mas, n-ni. i have n I.l'l.IXC. March iostimafed at had iji-en titjiu- _____ ycstenhw hy iire in the limn-: ImusTox. Tes ;j oil field near here and the fir--i _Tlll. s.ill hnrninx. WIU The fire from oiiler IVc.i.lent UHffin. an.l lo smelt lara on the Knell IVunK-um It bi.'gaji raiisins here Tnt'sday af-; JI'AHKZ. Cliiiiiirihiiii, .March 21. ild'iiomi tuiil the rainfall that aiti.--.--j hea-.iiiunrtcrs inooit was seven-tenths of an ineii.Slay reported iliat th" uviny nf Cell. i Tuesday niyht amither one-tf-mh 1-h-tareh Kiias t'alh-s. pursuing til- DI an inch fell. Yesterday aitc-r- i main insurgent eolnmns through till' preeipitation amonnle'l iluranun, had lieen isulafjii tj inches iiiid last night to .12 Ilirouih a conn by the n-htil forces. of .in inch, w-hi.'e this morning aa (leu. Jose Gonzalo Kseohar. rebel jaiidilional of an inch was r-j- cnmmaml'T. li.'dartd his corded. nearly live inches railroad ami .'i! altosetiier. Tills was the measure-' lin.-.s in (Viitrai .Mexi'-n. ment in Victoria hut rniints ilisraptin-r i unimiiiiii-aiinsi anil cast claim an iiuli or tu-j I-eiieral army and its ol inioro. ni'rraiioi-s Sail ;ls m.xl i a of water i yestenli.y a.., A ntiier. 'Chore is ;v aefeptan ,i, the idea that biis business is a tiling, WHERE DO THEY conn- from! gloves with a fawn.-oft lex- -God Wipe All Tears.- Mlev. A. ,1. farson. tl.ird t-ri.iip nearcsl to ihv Vocal Scleflion-Mr Mis. rrain. Mr. Amlcrsen. ni.iy is o_: TnU; Ol'FKItTOKV to yield casualties. (If the Slicti-li." t.y .McUow- tr, nun who imiile liieii way o: ''i. (most of Hum v.-i-n "In My Fatiu-r's House are Many fi.ld were partly de.slro.M-d iv- veil meats, nskell for Federal ins ll-.c field of lylit.s ituwev and slaie ,'ipprnprialions for ex- 1 The weather hut is KILLED BY YOONO PAL AT_ ROCHDALE March 'II Ivrry. only child Kd I'ovtV 1 tie- Sal'y i lunmunity. n-'ar lier--. MILLIONAIRE HELD SWEDEN WEDS CROWN 'SSSSJ S P SERVICE CLUBS OF NORWAY t.r.wmtum i 'ihe The lalks iiimle hy tlie u orhl." IN V1GTOBIA TODAY' BRING OFFICIALS AND .n. .nn... liis lieparlnre for r.uia dames (irifiin. rrain. Shields. r. iK hor. Ocloher. Her. II. Uoheit.-. "Aiu ienl oi' D.iys." hy T. A. .leffery. enjoyeil osf.o. March P HOI fWCC TH PtTIICO i.....r, v di 'h v -nuch and tile Mik hy W. 71. i-uzicr. IQGEiHEn v'r V was a, "f speaker. in Iravelius; tin- even of'nf cnero. was most iusiilrina. )ri c-Uvu r-in- -went of Ihe forluaa.e 1V-'ilV "'T Mn- havesnci, an ahleartis, M, Mf Ju Sun vishar, all over IW- ei I i M liient s you .iuli- mate stoiic.- of n-.-w tilings. Tiiat1- liews. Tliey tell all Die truths of ,i Iliiim. Tint's hor, .sfi-. Th the desire i; li.--er. inform win-r-- i, can lind it. how mui-'i wo, tl, lo Thai's servi.i'. Al.d win n ynii the sin-i. lo ;oe sure of it's the value Ilia, nuan.- lie- mo--1 ,o on hecaus'- vim .oiiipure ,nl- that's ecais in nit-nti.M y. AVSTIN'. h -1.--T1M- Idedi The i-o-ari ulld ri-mand i'liy.'lipr tivo jr-ar.s aL'.iilt-.i riM.lli e.i ihe .asr a :iLo. 1-11 w- form.-r presiilenl el nlf, I'IH J, r. liliilis; the woman lo a ll.-w Irial wll-> Was i ('eni .i.iny 'Tim suxle Ihi-n liled an appli.alion Knowiimiy a IML- aad liariLv (or n and ,he decision ii r--.'d iiisiriiuieiit. u.i.s position ami adds uu-aily to the of tile court was made when ,.oid remand-'tl hy Cotfrt of appeitrath e of th-1 cvtericr of lit1-' 1 it refused lo this applitation. i.'iiiniual Appeals yesterday. ii.stiuuion. make ;'i OKI.AIIOJIA I'lTY, 21 ia'.ercsl in Ah.-hier iifiS' Covrimir .1. ;iir.lium in ntfi-e toilay ihe-.-f'-al d-a! ef ri'i- oni-.'.i' ll'-uv. ,c. re a .1' -o- tm.-n i s wil liu- ,i-Miiv.i-ii. Ans snln nitu-e Hut has he--a i, e flntx are paiil In th.' mtn the Snpevme Con, t V.'liite M nffiveis of the ..IIIII i'M> make (Is ivpoii today. may memt'ors ;