Advocate, April 3, 1929

Advocate

April 03, 1929

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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 3, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Frames" Not only the but tomfoilable, tlronf! and stylish. They arc wearing them now. Dfc, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE .AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Gco, II. French, Publisher, FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWljT [N GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 3, 1929. NUMBER 227 Timely Topics VICTORIA SHOULD have it dcl- inUn of community devel- opment toward tin; realization and consumation (if which Ihc energies nnil resources of this community could directed durlnK the com- j ADM INI K ,X FIERCEST FIGHT OF MEXICAN REVOLT IS RAGING AT JINIINEZ X If such a program is ncl out- lined, the energies mid forces of (his community available (or its development will not fully real- ized upon lor wu'it of a definite j Boat ol effort. Tills community 'possesses all the resources ami energy ucccs- eary to make of it anything with- In reason, but It must IK- directed toward the attainment of a dofin- Ite object. Kvcn the largest city of Mils center the efforts and lhe resour- wonld be utterly unable lo accom- plish ilellnltc results if it lacked a] Tlllg is (lle fjori.eat of the program mid au, organization to volution, with the casualties enor center Hie efforts and lite resourc- rauns. it JB estimated by CS.encr.nl .1. Atiilrue Iltnazan, Federal leader MKXICO CITY, April The batllo of .limiucz went into the. third day with Federals lightening a net about the. city and (be rebels holding tenaciously to the railroad station in (lie face of an unrelent- ing artillery fire. ces on tbo achievement of the pro- gram. 4 .The glass lens which renters the rays ol the sun upon one spot un- til il bursts into flame does not produce any more heat. 11 simply pathers together thy rays on one spot. If the spot Is lii.-ld on a com- bustible material it bursts into ftame from the Intensity of the heat. An organized proRrani would not necessarily increase the. financial resource or man. of this community but it would concen- Irale it on one. project and finally result-in its achievement and rcal- iMllon. the vobels lost killed and'the Federals about a fifth of mini her. N'jU'O, April llebcls claimed a victory in Hie Sin iloa area today when Insurgent under Cicn. Leon were reported t1 have deieated anil dispersed a Fee era) delaclinient at Calita, near ango after the sanguinary clash. Oil Man Surrenders Beck Royalty Contract x x X X Poultry Experts Lecture Here SEEK INDICTMENT OF DRY SLEUTH ON CHARGED PERJURY AURORA, 111, April Roy Smith, deputy sheriff who snot Inquiry Into Wall Street Pends .__ n I" T H K! lioy deputy slierm wiio snot IH H L i I! U Mrs !'uiiuii iu i in nr 11 n I I U il L. S U II IB following the de jclMon of the coroner's jury. At- Defendant Says He Acted! Uellcrai Oscar caristrom MEXICO CITY. April Uen. .lose c.onxalo Escobar's rob' at my, which fled Jimiuez d the night, faced annihilation when they were hatted ten miles from tn KO before a speciiU session of lhe grand jury Monday and seek tliu indictment irecoui- reb mended at the inquest. uril .SOUGHT NO ADVANTAGE] All imllclmcul charging perjury After Threat of Court Action. Tlie slogan for this comn for the coming year sliould by the energy and resource of Mils commuiili.y centered OH one defin- ite program is hound lo brinK re- the positions tbey lirvl abandoned-. The flighl was balled by burning nuiiity A division of the Federals, le.l by Cien. Juan Andreiiu Almazan, hotly pursued the j to s've battle on the- ai-id waateii I Northeast ot Jimincff. j The" Mexican >a complete rout of rebels today: NIAGARA'FALLS lias been stupendous spectacle since lhe npn i nTlirilT Binnins of W old history. UtrAK I MtN I roaring waters were Oiiting their' way upstream when Daniel the doom of lielshnzziir from the legend, written on Ihe wall; when a miserable change in climale cast Kurope into Ihe Dark Ages and Declares ;Rather Than Have It Appear So He Gave Up Contract; The filed in the Distric cc other ii to be sougiil against Fairchlld. whose false affidavit that he bought liquor ,al Mrs. DC- caused the .raid. Fairchtld admilled on Hie stand" that Uia sworn statement was a lie. popular 'domain! iJiiiey "George Carbv idrriej iithc, investigation over to encrul Oidstrom after support of TO GIVE CUP FOR ROLL CALL RECORD drcn iGreer, man of sarf Antonio tuid llouslbnj (ov the cancellation Of an oil "M'resaea.'h: tAriiirJict W 543 la'crei'oV luiid i; o uii I v w i l h d ra w n t o d ay f qt- i return of the contract j to flic 'plaintiffs. i Ureer had in fnct mailed contract to the plalnliifs and noli-1 Receive Majorities of 105 to 192 Out of Total of 408 Votes. Noted Veterinarian Dallas to Address Poul- try Raisers. TOPIC TO BE DISEASES Owners of Sick Birds Asked to Briny Them to Meeting for Demonstration. niivle the outlook for civilization! 1101110 became intoxicated power and regarded the earth a5 their own. i ified thdm of their release from all! jot ila provisions in a lelter he post-i cd at Houston before the suit was hopeless; and when the rulers of, which ha, the best ,akin- lhls aclloll ,Uen Hfl. witil PercentitKO 01 attendance at the tllilt plaintiffs WCre dis- Inual roll coll of lhe Victoria Fire ami the suit, i ilieparlment, which is to he held on Ml._ (jrecrstateil that he would not the evening of April in the audl- (al.o of thai he Uul lhe rushing Niagara served torinm of the Cehlriil Kire Station, IT A! FARMERSVILLE IS BIG MONEY MAKER The action of Charles, li, Mitchell, led, head pi "the Naljonal City Bank Class A director o! lhe Federal Reserve, (igs Leen ssvcrdy reprimanded ,hy Senator Glass, right, for hia action in offering (or brokers' loans in Wall Slreet. Congress is insisting that Mitchell be the Federal Reserve' Board anrj that speculation be stopped. pnulti'.v exjiert Dallas, will the .Gulf t'oftsl poultry and .Pet ivere Association iisnl -all -'o.lhcrs (-and interested in the poultry -mdustry i wltlioiit ELECTION UNUSUAL Man Receiving Votes for Two Offices Brings Rul- ings From Judejcs. ;i. S. aiiterlc was re-elected p mayor of Victoria and {'has. A. Hchueliert, A- 'I'. Andersen, E..W. [1'arker and Jake Hummel alder-, j nu-ii at the general city election I yesterday by majorities ranging lirom 105 lo votes out of a total of ms votes cast after a last moment effort to defeat Iheni. Canlj widely distributed ovcr.th-j city on tlie eve of the eloclio''! proposed Jake Hummel for mayor p and Knbin rrels, W. II. Schnchert, C'. C. Ktrlagou and 0 H Savon iildprmeiU' Tiio cards werp Tajes 'Slid. They statedithat'fho' -lv'> of liie candidates suggesfeit used without their consent, oou after the. ePiiuaraucei of- uiost of ,tliG IJM tiut ail oi them, .reimdiated tha.. and declared they wouVl ss poultry! signed useful purpose until 1757 when Wi i ho 1 will lie considered in the final rnunt, HeretoFove. it had btien the policy to allow officials of the' fun r ccnipanies to secure excuses for Ihijse who were imahlc hernnse of some minor (UfCictilly to be pres- ent. A program has hccn lined under I lie rauubk1 ili- 11 be invarded a, heautifnl silver a French fur Iradcr dug a ditch lo! loving ynp, il 1ms'been'announced, get I'owcr lo ran a sawmill. AJThe cup is on display in lhe show generation passed before there window of the (Victoria Jewelry was any further nllempl to lap'Store on Constitution Street, this Rrcal source of energy. Kin-' w'l'i tlie exceiitinn o( a few wlio ally Ihe first hydraulic canal was {are away'for schoet and those who begun and financial disaster pnr- iliave been 0111 of town for the past sued (lie project. Personal tor-! several months on Imsiness, every lunes weve nourcd into the nt lllc Al Ilia end of 27 years the canal properties weve sold at public auc- tion. Contrast thai lime with the j present day when Niagara is ilium-1 ims'.cd hy great scinttllalors. each projecting; candle power, i aud when the wilier o' the falls i> KeneratiiiK per cent of all (he electricity sold in the Empire (l. Coldman and Stale. It would take Musd-' I presented lo lhe large Rath- Shoals to eiinal Niasura in power tlial I The tidies' Auxiliary, as welt as la niimlicr of specially invited quests MIXED BOXING matches will (from Ihe nearby cities, will hereafter he disionr.igeii in i.'hi- Ulleudaiice. II is said mr.o as a result of n riot wiiid, j will follow llu> roll rail. last week when Jackie I-'irlils, a Chicago favorite, and Young Jivk Thompson, a from Californiii, biittled for the welterweight championship. More than one. hundred persons! injured. US men and wnmcrti i v.-enl to Ihe hospital and one maninf for -Frances' ilinl, with others so seriously hurl nieiid" are seen everywhere. KhiRi tli.il were not expected to; The late Ammis- Tlie president of the Coli- jiyron T. Henick lay in Hi Keuin. wli'-ce lhe was stilled, ilium diately iranounced "m the future eilher two colored men did VARMERSVILLB, April I'iirmerville iniiu. 15 years invested fifty cents in sugar and syrup, from which he concocted a lilifli of candy. Last year the candy (faclory which grew out of that or- nol try to do so in this c-.isc f jUv.cclll venture did and rather limn have it WPcar so wwlh nf M. U. .McGraw was broken in health. He had fitly rents. Thai 15 years aso. Acting on lhe 1 of a city official who I told him thai he might pcudlo c.-ndy on lhe streets of Karmers- ville. he bought, susar and syrup, he made up into candy ov would surrender the coulracL j iinlk'iif or its value. SUNDAY PICTURE BILL DISAPPROVED BY GOV. DAN MOODY FUffiRAL SERVICES VICTORIA ROSEBUD HELD YESTERDAY i PRACTICE SESSIONS FOR MRS. H. LARGELY ATTENDED day night, April o'clock Tho visitors will diseases and demonstrations' of their cure. In the announce- ment of their Victoria they request owners of dis- eased (locks, both chickens and turkeys, tu hrins specimens to tlie us fur these demonstrations and ask that they not tie [cd th.- ovouine of the lectures. if elected but issued blic statcmcut to that Funeral services for Mrs. Sadie j Kislitecn yomiKslers yesterday Ara. BO, who died of paralysis here were on hand for .the regular daily early -Monday momini; at tin: family i workmil of the Victoria Kosehwls home on South Main were'at Rio Vista I'ark. Seldom before held at SI. Mary's Church yeslei hiis interest alnont; I lie players day afleriioon at four o'clock with! been al such a height. In I he, past burial in the Catholic tVmetery. i it would have heeir an exceptinaAlly i Right Kev. Monsinnor .lolin Slice-! Rood attendance aflornoon if eiKntl ban Adulph llnriiburp. presenl for praetice.. i (leorgc Dick, F.rnst Dick. Thos.' I! all socs to show the er Hyak. I.ouls liviik and Alkek. ness of member of i ACTED INSANE. BUT HE WAS UNABLE TO CONVINCE JURORS WACO, April The administration ticket r.r.minated at the independenl pri- held in February ivithoiji. opposition. Au organized effort was made to elect tlte, oprto- sHion tir-ket yesterday, causing the administration forec-a to bestir and creating consideT- le interest in tiu: election. With Jake Hutnmel running for deriniiii on ihe ivhniiiistralion offered lor mayor fiosiUon ticket anil rticeiv- for both offices on a eon. nnnibei- of ballots some ofticers that votes he received for llieiiu ballots should ho ticket nn the i sidt-rabli: oi tile prc lonly the With the profit several tnontll'd sales of the cnmly. lie went into (lie oonfeclioneiy business it fail- ed; and he made his losses good AUSTIN, April nor Moody vetoed Ihc bill rii- districting the stale into twelve i by making and sellins more candy, supreme judicial districts And es- A second venture into the confer- Ublishins a new lotirl at i lioneiy business, followed. It al- lille. the Sunday movie bill lesal-'s.i failed; he was thrown into .lijing operation ot movies aflcr jbankrupley. Hack to the one p. in. on Sunday aud the co j kilchen a.eiiin: where he stayed. Insurance clause bill. TIl'; present business was bcgurt ------------r------------jonly five years ago. Xow Mr, prosperous iind one of i svillc's leading the bankruptcy innrt ah ,vere the piillhearers. Them wen many beautiful floral otieriiic-'s. Mrs. a native of Syria, was the wife of Harry Ara, well known rclired merchant and farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Ara lived a! Sallillo h'l is still in his teens or i Mll> while others h, twenties. No letdown in hymns and sh.mt.; 1K, with voles for tendance tit the. sessions has been nni, d yel and the club is on FOR THIRDS JONES STREET BY FRED TOTAH! Mex- ico, for IHO years lir-fore cumins to Texas Ihirly-lhiee years ay.o. They lived ill San Antonio. candy Alice and Tivoli hefor" localiiiK here. Mrs. Aia is Mir-1 ivlved by six dan.nhtevs ami three ;sons: Mrs. Frank (iiinian "f zales. Mrs. .1. II. of Atlantic idlv, X. Joseph Ara of Old AHVow-. Mrs. vn- hard. Mrs. .MevV Ihirnhuri; and Misses Alma and 1 111 and Frank r.nd I.oiii- Ai.i of this city. didn't convincr llnjflrcen was insane. They reo usual sisn of interest for Victoria. of sdtind niiinl The workouts are devoted almost i he- faces trial in the euiir.ly to batliiiK. for il is in on diaries nf forsery. dcpiii'lmi'iil llosebtui nines of the i According to lesUmony oil past ban: been so weak. ihy County Physician -Me EL GAMPO CHILD IS LAID TO REST iil services fo mii-k, Cecil b tilccn llrown. ent til-.- dieted fors-'r. nf following the elec- n the iiue.-tion arose ao t'.> e'jivi- ballots should -n counted at all in ;md soljiuitted to lena- Attorney ft. 1.. thu cpin-.on (liat wbilf an !ix'l liL. a raiidi-lni-- for .j Uie vot- s I'V.iM votr- for him [or ;is in.iny as tiic-y ,1, that Jailer will fislit or two while men will flpht together." The riot was at- _____ Fred one of ille pv PMIIS. April of ihe Manhattan Cafe, has beloved contract lo for HiiBi ''K'clion of a handsome ImVk resi'leim- on Joiu-s Street, in Hie northern poitinn of the i-ity. Tltevo ;ire all early two nice re-si 't'oncry business. Mr. McGrvv re i 01V DCnpl F PFR1KH plied that government lisurei'OIA FLU I LL 1 LIllUll IN FIRE AT DETROIT that OS per fenl fe( tiouers "I was with th he explained. embasfy directly Picture oi Oia services will brsin ill eru-an vmhasay, where llie Ani- eulogies diiviilly to (he howl. qivrn. Tbo hoily will Mu'ii Iliul tltix tins HoiUli'ilK (alien tu the evn Slativ the rioi would liavii 1.1! nlvrols Hiicil with Ii. MI pin tlowii lo kH'rtl cftinliiUiiir-. itioops. to tbc limitf'd ImiK wiis the trouMu in Chii-ago? jcniiiu-ity Df i-ntlipdial only ouo p Arr so stnniR or fifteen lumtlred of the Innil arthlu-t-l, Ilin C'ily that lhe iolor line [most prominent of KvaiKe iitis homu as as Uio Siinnn must he drawn? jwtil he jievmifltd to at lend. ivsitlciwe. sUTPl, rrit; for M. O. Simon HI nlhrr for Mrlniitsh. vrrt.'iilly tionuht a im the sid-rH ;is a site for n honii1. 'I'lir Tolali H'Sidi'iHv wiil vonlain six rooms ;nnl IKIVO liavdwooil llnoui-'iioul, a lilr j 100.000 MAJORLTY IN WISCONSIN FOR DRY LAW REPEAL i DKTIIOIT. Api'il -ilf Edr.'ti vit-ic luiiui '1 lit rlv.itli j liit> dvris scurod an oWr-' wltHminj; vict'iry on the stute'wide .Inju-s, u forotirtniu srt'riin? to repcul ttk> j prohibition .vt by Tin: iipnl a i a majority of a hundred [moitivr of llu- t Uililri-n, Tlie votes, laic returns iiulkatc. !of lhe (lie is uukn.ov.ii. r Anna Mar's1 i tin :M- -if Mr. jnul Mrs. T.. S. MtrHotiuhl ui Kl C.tmprt. who tli'-d at Uio fam- ily ln.mr i ally yrst'.'nhiy nun i if flu pui'iimniih. wert- li'.'hl ;ii Hi': oi F. llolz- hi-ii: IT this iniX'iiinsr al 11 nYIoL'k. Ucv. .L C. nl' tin? t'liMfj Ii il Ihe p.iillu ;UTI A were Al- ..-c. 1.. U. Miffi-r. William MarbiMTy. Cluis in.d W. C. Kiwin. Tim jflnt.il iriitisiri wi-vc I Mi is llu- iliiiit: i ivl Mr, Mrs. l.ouU Kisc rLis riiy. In n'Mition 10 lii.-i mis, tlio t-liiSd bin vivotl l'> 1 utui su-u-r. Th Irn.TU in t r.ixir in 1 ho rouvt int'tivc jiiTdr- wt-rr 1 vt'I in. In1 1.1 Twn IKK! fn hint in Eii.- Ihv h" nv.vi' ,-vn-'! M' PI i-.lt a> tO of HOUSE RECOVERING' FROM OPERATION U. S'.'hucU.'i-t. I'h.i--. A. s, li'telic il 111.111 .iii-i WEATHER REPORT M-'AV YHIIK. Col K. O. House of Tox.ls was I'rcovccini; irom ;i o ii All Teins tonight and Thursday j elation which vi.is pei-ienii'.d lie i partly cloudy. j yesterday. II'. r. C. K- ni; offisial-i atiMincv; .1. i K. il. Clark, t it'ii: K. II. ii.li II. :r.' on ;

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