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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 8, 1929, Victoria, Texas MADE TO KILL OF NEW YORK "White Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They arc wearing (hem now. KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND At'DUn Easy Terms Phone 159 Gco, H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHVVLSf IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 8, 19Z9. NUMBER 231 Timely Topics i 5EKEIT NEW AIRPLANE devices changing aeronautics ovt-r ni Olio such apparatus is hi the lure of iin extra vsing, which tlic; plane a on the air in the niotor should stall and tlie ma chine sUvl (o ill-op. A i-mall, efficient electric plain, lias been deslmicd fur suspension directly beneath Hit be of origin wliich j proachinir iuriilaiio motor can ?l'-'i'.'JOO damage lo llie home ID throw control- Covoriiur ling the !ioodlighls of an airport, i c' Hifmlay: V Groat beacons of light, send ring-j en; of light 70 miles through 'lie fUKIVltn I' daikne.ss of night. A reniarkalde i radio device wilt soon 1Q TFYAS M ANA'GER jj necessary for n pilot to fly blind IIlnllflUI.il I at night during fog. With this rnn PUOVQI CD PACQ' JV KJstcm in actual (ipcration. two] rUfi 01111 uAllU: white Hues on a hhicl; dial will _____ S shrink or extend unequally hefoi-i- j I his eyes, lolHns him whether he is Mr- l-'- l! of i flyint! to the left or risht of his lila week-end in Tho .status of K5fl %f ?C W W W 1 CNS M Cvi tQ ffji M t Husband Of Woman Found Murdered Here Was Recently Released From Insane Asylum! Victoria Officer's Brother Is Near Goliad Shoots Girl, Then Self iSlinned Up Behind Wife .While She was Washing 1 Dishes. Seeks Settlement of Sister's Status c. Shot by Boy as Doorkeeper at Dance. :H EJECTED YOUTHi prptight HerciforTreatmentH ii; Assailant'BiitiUnder I'Yank Uai-za, -IS, highway worker] of Goliad Coinuy anil brother of j wheeler of I this city, is in the DcTar Ilospitdl I iherp in a serious condition suffer-) from a bullet wound in his hriiiist! i i USED DOUBLE-BLADE. AXE i Daughter Wrests Axe .from 1 Hand After Mother is Slain TKUUKU., Tex., April jltuv. Jim Uoberts, Tii. retired llap- j i minister, today calmly I j up behind liis n'ife wjiile she was v- I j washing rlishes and hor on- Mie neck with u dunole-lilsidcd axe, almost her head from her Seen Two W'3eks Acjo Sisters.of Dead Woman in San Antonio. The preacher's ia. nisheil into the room and ihe axe truin her father's -grasp. He ili'.l not attejnpl lo al- "ANOTHER HUSBAND M.k was to KLiufnuin and placed iu jail. is the man suddenly' insnue. He de-dined to sJoonilncnt on tUe crime, saying "I don't ivmemher." lie hail been in fy.. Is Hhc'Kdcvcs' Ihit'kei; There are three children iu-the llaisin. this county, a mamiclie: Uohcrts family, Nora, one son. Xo- for the crimin.ll itisam; who; Ian. and smother daughter, .Mrs. T. 'mini! murder1.' i A. L'junie Litnllterirh and llenrv i it is believed by Hiieriff Xewton, of a Viclnria Jl'' i Santiago IVIas'cprroV! i- RADICAL CHANGts are com-1 whh lost control of wheel and car The weapon used was a llmmslmut Hold o, -m in ,lu, I ntmificd off road, following caliber pistol. i portation. A type oi electric i ,u. which he sliot Mary, llien self. went to Goliad imincrt-) loromotive 15 desisncd to J and surremlered to Sheriff Honed the street paving in Victor-; _____'_ ____________ i Dor Ilaynes. He was released nn from either trolley or storage 'UOlieo ILie lun 111 VJClol-j jiu ".in rt mi- tc-iy power. Tin- sloniKC balt.-ries biisiiicss j HJUpR Al PirN llpr S-50 :l "Istoi are aiitomatiiaiiy recharBccl ivlien and lieaniifnl homes and tiarzii hiis the reputation ,__________________ ___________ pwver' is si-.ppli.-d by Hie trolley. improvements thai rnn DICI QTCIM a and over-. This locomolivo provides freedom in this city Ull Ililod DILW I LIM bwv.iim disposition, the sheriff ill 0 QUPDCMC Staining the mino, U. 5. OUrrOlC. bUUlll ami CJHI Ko usod lo si COMMISSIONERS AT MONTHLY MEETING ITBESD AY foirccl Miss Miniik- liiolstcin. -Ifi. assallnnt. Curia SINCLAIR MOST rrj jinir Lm NU L here at 11 Sunday ninrnin he dandier nf Aticust Tilelsti.i.i. and MVK. Minila Mudli'i An x-ray examination thai llic htillt-l. which en- TERM IN tfvc v.-liith its from ;niy one of thron clni'trio- nr Tliis jrvt'iit m.viiino lurries its powtir pliuif. :vul vhfn on iiuii-olt'i trruk. s nvor lo n biittory, rharcoil ;m oil il. conru-clcii direitly to a .cciuM-ninr. UloUUuJ niUnVlAlu at Kotilli Stveul In ill veil directly over thr- risht nip-. April _____ 'this city at Sunday lodged against a rib in hi- Hurry K. Sliu-iaii. nii manual-. I- niKhl after a illness. I hai k. It was removed this lost his fish' in (h-r t'liiltui T b e I'ouuty L'onimissierier.-.' Miss was lion1, in Vir- it-g. States Kupienit: i" is boldiim its reKuhir itoria riereinln-r 21. 1SSL'. -and bad: The'wounded man lias a wife ihe Jm-day si-an-nn' impost d Hernandez, fonncrly oi ni-i sine in wliich institution their 1 water, whose body was found in? bi'other was confintd but from in- !on Ihe linnk of a lake in Tiir iliifkei I'-ijiuition p.iven liim, tiie last Thursday. Ij-lievi s ii was al Rusk. i The man is Xa'nur Her-; ilrs. liivnandcz de 1'acz. ono j was sei-n in Kan Aiiic.niii a f.iw Klrer.i, and the nther. Mrs. followliiK liis release re.-iide.-i :it 110 .from tin-asylum [ind wlins..-pre-.-nt said their ;au1Jiorilies ait- alsn nv'in- .Masr'irro. ti'.f v.'i'la.nfs -r secoiul hasluml. i-iilirL' IT both of llit'se men can ihrow II hasbanils was rjliiailli'd in S.iu Au- 111' N c v M a- loniii Siinil.iy by Shviift !1. S.: M I vVcisiui r from li.-r is und J. 1! In ititoriuO power supply, or versa, eu urrs aiiiomattt-.illy liuiirs .t'1111 wild The ?.jO MIMI each ]y paiii-me. Suivivini: in Lidtlition aru provided t.i imiiialc lo Iho I'vedncls innii-r (he her inoliur are four bii.lhcis.j iscr of Yuiorii (Miinty r saul h.: be ia Sberilf Alfonv, Sunday aid th-.- resided here all of tier life. Shi-land four children.'tin- eldest chiH for his refusal t.i answer !he if.' BOtly Of WCStem UlliOIl M-xar County. They ,-iali-d tiny im. repuned -was a lady of Ihe sweetest rh.trur- 'iji.iTig Hi years old. He has bt-eil lions of llie Si nati- 1'iitjiic l-andr- FOURC) in KflCCl- "r ic'.'iv'.a t'o'iiily s.ii-1 ami iiiriily esteemed for her living In Odirul County for years. Cominilti-e darini: Hi.- Ti'.spul I'oii'.i womau in The intori'ia- with liim sora-.! of Williiim many lovely p. r.-onal trails. (0 iiivesliualion. i thi-y i .i !l 1'ouad in ;m jH.r wiih saint-; i.., [u-> t'Miuikr r nj, .-'j'Ui-.Ml n-'ir wii-'ve liie each ,v sunivin, in TWO WHII F MRS" J' W" KELLY' 50 M.I-..I rnvr i TWO MORE COTTAGES FIGHTING FOREST mm VICTORIA: FIRE IN tW; "f the hi li- ti'.a in I-is preciiu t .vith; siv m-pheus. i.ne srarid nicie and _ "lu COMPIEIFD1 SjCTlln-k I'nllin.in Ihit In b-n'H vvlli -nee Tucsciiiy afii-inonn at four1 been sni-veyeil lor' o'cltuk with ljiiri.il hi tlie f-n more nice rent cotlagtN avo a r.v 1 'n i L biil none ii i Him Tlie riles will li .lan 1. i-.'ach of 11 1 its has rlinnini i niiil :ii it-iu-llu'rni i b 1 A! llie loi k ol t 11 i 1 n M- sti i h t n i u it t loin; ami iu t 11 t o ih 10 fr. I in m- nr.ii-iiiir'cnmplc-iinii iu Ibis ,'iiy. fir" tnr !lllv ilndi-d by lii-v. Maiiin A. Kiizen. Moth are frame houses and eon- disi nvi'icd Hi- iliau.ii I: of Trinily l.nihei.iil t'lrarrh. t tin five rooms. One is In liobril (--rii-r. J i, i it .a' points dinilii; thi ,u wi.j, j, ,K., ruient was a lite- .'reeled by Mrs. Mary I1. Hewitt "-'ln'' i; run. a firsh molor can be s-.ib- m.-mb.-r. The pall- .the John-on Acldiiion Ihe olli-- The in.'ii tnemb. is o: tilted for the one ilia I h.ls n will h- Auiiii-'t Kickenrtahl. ,cr by Chas c. Cnrmer in the Hall'iilher thr i; use. This plan eliniinales llu: frb.in. Fi.il I'rb.iu. Clarrnc-e Adililinn. K.d Wagner and .1. 11. tin- LOV> riiiuriil ivi ee.-sily of any delay li> overhaul liiehcl. Herin.i'n Srhuhz and Jos. i Urunins are Ihe respective con-'The fin- -.MI. pan-, J uu.li r i-oair.i cnpine during the trip. iKmst. tractors. aflcr heavy daitMin; bad linily i-r tiv1 wa; i-: liir Ri'-'Ve.- ia Vietori.1. a see- i'ld. lier lkT- Th- il-iil iv.iiu Sui: sii- been ib'ad s.. ver.il San Anl.inio as h.id irn.-Iied, Shi-riff pre.-i-ui- in S.in with ii-r Antonio is cM-cpt tb.u Hi- my p.v WOUIIHIV si-ii.-l-i .1.1 of ,iu. Ivili.. ters ni h-l !ir.-i i" r- j. ,..v iff sniil: by V wife. Ail-. J-aha iui-41 was t'oinul n in Vietx-liii luav WEATHER REPORT
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