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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 4, 1929, Victoria, Texas "Wliitc Gold Frames" Nol oily Dif latest, bul comfortable, strong amj Bfylisti. They ate wearing Ihcm now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA -AFTERNOON EDITION. Geo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 Timely Topics VICTORIA coumr, SECOND. SOUTHwur i VICTORIA. DAILY ADVOCATE. THUR5DAYAFTERNQQN. APRIL 4. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Subscription: Pec Annum NUMBER 228 FROM TIME to tinw this liu? hi'tjii H'CdJvini; i or- ii.hpciiileucc from pi-isons iipp'.n1- cnily ri'siilinc; in the? city who in- v.ii'nWy jniljlleatloii of (lie .ii'oiiyinous matter. A niiiulJor of the aiiiirli's, for MK< of His lonimiinlly, IM'CU prlntnl ami ainn'cciati'ii. An nuniljer Jiavn iiene licoii pnWislifd. Tlic Ailuic'iitr; is iilivays ylml In all! I" Hi'.- of [lie c-nni- j.iiuiity, tin's its foi-ciiKist objei-t, ;vid il will lid to piinl HiiythiiiH eonstvuelive, tin: pub- The liMf-nude body of 3 Mexi- Inatiou ot i.onimllliiea-1 can ,voman was fac turns will .lisumtinueil. upward, partly in the water and! 'partly out, on the bank of a small If i'ou think yotlr idea is of silf i inipoilancc lo 1% printed, 'ti th'-n certainly il is uf ini- R'.portanc'.' to bear your m fig THERE WILL ALWAYS he I.L'O- their pmve-i. Koine folks are for- ever walchfnl of an iippm-uniity to lake in Reeves' thicket today by: T. N. Reeves, Jr., 15., who had left liis work in a nearby field to oo ftog hunting, The thicket is local c-J south of Raisin on the Victoria Goliad highway. The body, clothed in a dress and 1 a slip, hoth of which had been' New Braunfels Boy Shot In Home Talent Play X K K x j, Silk Mill Foreman Slays Wife And Hims 5-Yea.f Hunt Ended ies each (lay 'tiiaK'S n j-rvalw necessity for more of them, of they havu upset the oia order, and i! is gcial for.nyiJoey of; lih increased aip.1 disillusionment, fand lirouglit alioiit j for lireiedciit, tiicn let il be fti. IT IS OUR scientists ami ens-iii. .Of is. with ilicir thousands Mech- anical devices, v.-liu will h? rotii- pcilci' to us from Hie const-- 01 tin.1 until ol ing that threatens to engulf the. nation, v.'hen Itie lure oi "easy money" in the; si'.ck market has iosl its attractiveness; tin- SOUR tlii- Wall Slr.et siren itn loiiser lias (Is charm, anil we wake up in Ilie .old (.'i-iiy ilawn uf tiiii mornins nftur-tluni a (ry will KO up lic-i.- Inr iiifitiiiil.-i, still greilt'i- ituvn- li'ius. more new nnu.-liincs in InciX'iisti tin: profils tutliir.: Hie cosls. drawn up over the hips, was found some WO yards from the highway, EtMcs Sheriff R. S. Weisiger, whs with Justice of the Peace T. P. Le- noir, went late this after- noon to hold an inquest, sheriff was notified of the find by Lee Williams, brother-in-law of T. N. Reeves, Jr. The head of the woman was so r badly crushed that its features j could not be discerned, it is said, j Besides the dress and slip, the j only other clothes upon the body was a pair of silk stockings. About a mile up the highway to- j ward Victoria, the sheriff found an i abandoned Ford roadster truck, with the right rear and left front! was good and the left rear i I' tire had a blowout. A trunk con-' N' J'' lo tammr, women's anoarel. m'SUse of the mails "spill the leans." Never are we free indiistiies and j 1'iofille.ss u is fortuiuite So many have ionic to jadRc our new civilization in the I IlKlH of moiiern needs, and not of j- ancient standards that fit purely an aijrlciiliiirnl era. Tin) diiirch on 1'ifih Avenue is no less mtileria! tiic greatest office UH A piece of kitchen crockery is no inoro maicrial than the finest love iiria from Ilie cieutesl opera. A Chinese philosopher expressed a trntii when iie said. "Tile civilize- timi of a lacii is simply the sum total of its achievements in ad j'l.slinr; itself to its lcu V-J Our environment is one of the lakcn The front r'8htl George R. casing was good and the left rear EVENTS PILE tip in tin Iliinss ime.xpeeted. tlnv. happen to Olll'TS. llr'.flp'Jll not often. ,'lHll ell- lerlain yon they liaven': Yi-t eiscwherv! in the papers are Ihinns to make happen to you every d.sy in tlie way ynr All France Mourns Co-ed Still Missing wren's apparel, was found! Woundeti When Shotgun was I Accidentally Dis- charged. i ACTRESS HELD WEAPON j Performance at Buda Last Tragic Ending.-; AUaTIX, April Ncnac. 17. of Xew Urauiifels Is in a an Ilie.result of in i -F win..i a njjjjtii Cl, VtilSIOUnOtL l-nanftlll in the car with some cookino uten b'mg 'm Sa" Antonio' P of in sheets, two 1924 and received last nwlit in a a in the suspension of "i1 lllul'1 sliolKun in conla'ih'fnli' grocery hrokcrag6' firm of I "f! I'lay man also i with of !s lsl conlai'ilfnu a grocery accb'lin'tr "''A] "rm uny Bno jiVT" man nam.es'werl'also' with of 1S t .lgc''1' Qiven io the'boWr'Thecartoreai000' Texasiaulomobile-license andj had beentseen parked along the i since Monday. The sher-1 iff would not divulge the names ol j the persons or the car number, de-j clnring he would keep them for! further information, A live oak twig was found in one of toe quilts and is believed to have; come from the thicket, it is said. There arc two wire fences between FIGHTMfilBST ATOLOWAVERLYlSi IN SECOND ROUND; ATTENDED BY FnMl ,____! 1UTOX HOUOE., April fisht lo oust Coveruor! illiioy P. l.oiif went into sec- j i m i m l Almost Severs Woman's i i Head With Axe as She Lay in Bed. j I ACTED DELIBERATELY' h Sharpened Axe. Like Razor i Before Committing I Atrocious Deed. H14YN01.DSVILUO, Pemi.. April i into an insunc SraBc hy jealousy, Frank Cliiffeu. in n siPt linill.-- (riiied'ltis ivIW. C.erH-ifda. Pdlfc axe loilay aifd-the'if (Jhiffcn almost severed his wife's j !lj bend with...hj previously Pit: .xc sho in M. cher. ,18-year-old McGill University II student, is stiil baffling -police RPP cn' lin. PLANE CRASHES AND INTO There arc two wire fences between 1 P. went into sec iUUIlOlO !IK I U 1 R 1FUY AQ the highway and the lake where1 an'l Mrs. John K. Hill re- nnmd toiiay with fifly-five Apparently fully recovered from' _____ 1 0 J, 11, LLT I MO the body was found and the one early today from Hunts- on hand to testify rewirdtiiK j -illness which he was stricken SCOTT flTY Kins ITC DDTOInCMT oext lo the water held a torn hit ville. where on yesterday they at-1thu lirsl of Ihc imuuiu hment one year ago, Ambassador Myron m-ii u'e.re lo W ntW rhtolutll 1 of one of the quilts. It is thought tended the ftmenvl of Mr. Hill's' !T- Hcrrick succumbs at Paris to 'deaih when an airplane fell ______ the woman was murdered Sunday jniolher, .Mrs. Hull- A. Hill. Tl'is :mide that Uovernor a recurrence of the brochial disor-: flames ueiir here n-'-- '_____ night, wrapped in the quilts, car-1 wlwise death oetm red there Tnes-1 that he eontrolletl the dcr brought on by exposure and The dead are [ire f. f MK; ried to the edge of the lake and day niRllt ai UrS'J o'tloeh. IJurial attempted to coninil fatigue of attending the funeral of Cliesler Itiley of Seoll fitv tossed over the fence into the was maile at Old Waverl'y. Ucparlmcnt. j Marshal Foch. of Wi'ehita. Ka WrttCr. i Tnf ii t-ii-i f I i 1 _ CALLS TO HELP MAKE U Fell Into Trap 13 Miles North, Mexico City Reports. TWO THOUSAND KILLED Bombs and Airplanes Play Havoc With Escobar's Army. IIICXIC.'O CITV. April The baitered remnants of the rebel army of General uonzalo Escobar unlay retreated into the iiills iiuriLi. La Keiorina. Chihuahua, ivfter ferine almost complete auni- liilatioii at the hands OL General .I. Andrcau Almazan'.s. Federal iirrny in one of tlio Woodiest Ijai- lies Hie revolution. The rebels fell into a Fede.nl trail at i.a Keforuia, 13 miles north oi .liniiiic-z. h is estimated that rebels killed, llui'itu from airplanes anil niachino lire ripped their forces. Althomxh imtnunibercd two onu ilie reliefs' inn up a terrific iiilit. KEDERAU BOMBIIMli PLANE'1 SHOT DOWN AT NACO X.U'O, Ariz.. April :lot and nieclianic of a Mexican federal hoinliitig, plane wore killed today when rehei allli-aircraft iirc- broughi the plane down while it' was flying ovi-r the rebel iir.es just south of .Vaeo. Sojie-rji. The plane was seen over the roiiels ihotmii; bombs when snd'ienly there was a terrific IJlo.-ion in (he air. The demolish- ed plane fell n black cloud. smohe. i'ildi Onitcrrer. was ni ilie ronirols of the plane name of the mechanic is unknown. SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECTION SATURDAY trunk and all the apparel found in j and two] the car to for use as clues. -M'1- IM" and Miss Mil I fljlT The abandoned machine was placed of Ifi11- War-j UU I in Fricdrich's garage atSfil'W vv- T- "f Old' ______. Raisin. i Waverly and J. 1'oe of; .MOIXKS. la.. Apri; j lluiitsvllle. Kxpeiimeius to de I e nn i n e ESCAP CQAl: cm, ATTORNEY TUTTLE fflR SYD.VKV. Auslr.llia. April ilir.n. J. ft. Levy has been fleeted, dent of Hie victoria. Chamlier of lips, who recently nioivd to Colo- Tlic sihoul trustee eletiion for Levy is ,1 memlHT IHstric; ikt'inm dry sooiU firm and s. .vill next .Satnnlar. Four I '.U" a "f o; the- tvtislL'e.i are tandidates io, ictvria's oldest meix'iiani. re-el, i rion without opposition. jlle is ji, eapahle and p.Mzn II. Smiih. Italph Cal- younic man and the emmnerci.il lunnan Fisclitr and is expected tn make a p. Traylor. did record undvr his administra-: Th" olhor members of the tra.vl -I. Meyer. Dr. .1. v. llon- whether Iowa eiial can lie cukeil XK.W YOIIK, April Sicarch fni thv plane kin.- and Dr. .1. 11. Tolsoii. Mr. Tlicrc has been m, (Jraml Jii uititiniied fiisl tii.j pre.-idenl and M chen lileiisil Unit can ai I he.-' 'in a fox i rap in the Hau Motlil- now sold, .liimes 11. I.een. as skill; this oil (o cnliviMi your OF THE j aiirh.r to ihi, liese animals Ion-: aso lie- H, Setnie-lu-rt. who wa. stu- KeulosiKt. statul. m I FT FRIDAY .hit, ride ,o V111; Only elcetion. wishes UR i R H-..R ,he OljUUUL lUl DANU; "ILL' II1U F IJ rt Ml f HAS ONLY MOUNTED JssMlRROW NIGHT T0 TROOP GIRL SCOUTS oFFERFn ll-ff MCRIAL _______ Ul I UMLU UOL UT !irre are: IH-n Williams. ,lr.. lll'V.-f. 1 iii ''Ir 0s earl, pro did not eiiioiiriigr tnnvcmeiil iin any way. that lie did not ap i prove of the use of his. mvnie in wiihollt his THERE WERE signals [m. reKional nu-eiini; held here ,ee. ,H- S (or his expeel lo of ,11 would ;tlx- is -Klr, n( wl alj .-r, was ,t to UarSe. Keh.lehel, Sihiieidi-r. i ViUis-'lin for ,T i I v iis.uji." L jm1 n -'i----- M-M'- H
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