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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 9, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "While Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, strong tmd stylish. They arc wearing them now, DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE EDITION. FOR FURNtTURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phono 150 jrlGeo. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWCSf IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum ,VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 9, 1929. NUMBER 232 ,4 Timely Topics APRIL COLD with dropping rain Villon-, and lilacs bring lV-taiu The whistle of vclm-miii; birds 'And of the lierds APRIL IS ONE of (lie lovliesl months of your. It is the linn foi lhe openins ut the hich iis name sonifies for it u mi -i from Hie Latin word mean- ing "to open." The flower 'for the inonili is. the daisy and the tun Is Hie diamond. Not another month in lhe year in MI much change- In nature i'ii II a season of new lid i The K colm c-arly fln'.vc EDMUND MALSCH AND NEW YORK ARTIST in i VICTORIA ON VISIT Authority Of Victoria Traffic Cop Is Challenged H I Kdmuml Mulsrh. son of Mrs, K. I A. Malseb ot this cily, who is achieving fame as n sculptor and maintains a studio in N'eis' York forth and birds set [drill on vjsit lo Kidurn jnurncy. IniDlber and will remain here for In suites of temperate, climate j two weeks. The yomiK man i- Victoria Boy Scout Band Is Now Assured i> known in i- its Mi illitr. Sj'.ime days. known in the art world as Kdinuud He; was u tli.il lluy si'em lo have been icoinpauicd here by Myron van f left lidiind by irlnler. n'lille HniiiUl, famous arilsl, who is. a aic to hot thin they seem to beloni; lllimc- iln There am also sudden] Mr- Van llrnndt spends much of fhnifcc- irom sunshine to rain and' his I hue at his studio Villa Valkn William Watson's lines give us .i-H" at Suv Maine genii nkmre of ilu month: Fiance, and ;ias exliibiled in both York and Paris. He Illn: irate-; flower bnolcs and childre l i and has done many mm L 1 piiintinys. hcitll ill public buildings [tin at Champagne, Snr iMarne Aliril, April. I -M li thy hiU Itut lln- uHcr thy golden that's WHEN JACK dinibed the- heiiii-j be gal a new conception nf and -New York. One of his walel i colors is, hc'inii left ill Victoria ni 1 Ins ne-.ls. No lonuer would just_a V hen rhi, ;t iu'ti. No f 11 u1 in lowing ri'f tin-nee to Id loi fi i it hiUT. bnt otic thin i f immd Malscli is from a ri-reut i stooil liy itself itnt! iilayctl. 1KV i r T, if l rilli: ul tins HlHilOU r hiMl'-'r than hi ImJ Uiouyh lie bbovc'I i Ii nd >m- to t holil of lliai of in New Turk and mc-lal sculpture in 111 r mo'.lt'i n .-tyle is the order OL ill iday at Ih0 unilcnsiiis galleries .1 Mthcrto m point of view without any I'limh- 1 wjtll (ho j- in- it all. Vhcy spread world pro- mmv To Let Hubby Xlorie I duct a before to rcnt you, convL-Hicmcc'S to pleasf; lW Jjdcaiiai: so mariy t! aV" tts-hi? tlic Tlipv nivi! ynu u now uontupHoM oi it you'll In own. longer til watch or foucl L-luippiT do....... lint llie highlit impcovcd watch or Jfrnd chopper. No Uiuyiir just ruin-hilt one of transmit: and sum Tlu-y of u work about wliiii you stafhMl ;ut i'llo arl-lgl employs differ L1, is the Locator uf the hUhlv tint 'individual' [iclray the joy of the' is as ,ot UuMhiuhiLtK uul i; artist. No t IK-i ore f I lie exhibition a (Uuen of liis works wfcre M- hy- disciirniiiHtiiiK f itijrs who ran sec beneath inimi Two More School Girls Missing f I Lawyer of Youth Fined, irii Mayor's Court Raises Issue. DECISION IMPORTANT May Have Far Reaching Ef- fect in Enforcement of City Traffic Laws.. Can a city truffii- Resides in San Antonio and is i Accompanied by i Son. [VISITS SISTER'S GRAVE _____. Unable to Give Further In- formation Leading to Capture of Slayers. D I 11 T r r n viaimne ui ouiyuii. MU I j" I" Mrs. Andrea Hernandez, Si, 'of I ll I II I L. L, U Kan l-'craando Street, Kan An i tonin, and her son, William liei n.tn- Twenty-One Citizens Under- 1'1'1'- of 11Kl Htmjt: S'J" write Initial Expense Ol QctnCl. j fouw! nninliM'utl m thi.1 Hc'fjves ihu-kct i 1 miles FAIR DIRECTORS !iisl 'nnnsday, stKM _ M'jiuuiy in Victoria in cnniVrencs Agree to Employ Band Along with Hujh School and Colletjc Orchestra. n IT not, EI sheriff nppmuied by the County Court for tlio t-nforceinunt slain litalnvtiy laws thu j coinily IcsEiUy iarrusl-a motorist Gertrude Schmidt, aged 18. and Hazel 'Mallett, aged 17, both of of tlio fair ilitx'etnrs k( been added tQ lhe already ,ong ,jst 0  H. tlie asylum at Xcivyreet IMiolo) ,J' uEOBA T tv jAIkek'was on! :.charge-bj CJty jehian H. It. October and lined ?'Ji and costs in assistant Hoy HTOIU executive, raak- j Silli Anlonio said. Hi-; possible (or Mr. Ktkles to -present wliereabouis is nnknov.-u. fli irain a' IJuy j'joor have iln: nllthorilies been ip-Bcmit Iwiul. i jio lociite Santiago Mascorro.. the The 'Kail- Assoc.ialion lias hadjdead woman's second husband. ,tliis cnns-iilcraiiun for! While lion: Mrs. Ik'niaiulcz visit-. me timD, nnd'il was known -oil lln- grave of her sisu-r and :.to tlic association ,at lasl' a wreath on it. Khu said sh-> atiiiK ihat twenty-one citizens of1 had not seen or heard from her in I In: dismissed on the ground of U-; his diffcmU I arrest in rtoing aml llur tllc ut higher nlakl USB niltmal.Mr.. Marion Revell, divorced wife from llle llfehwilv .Lout move- ficM ullll of H. warned tllal officer. cHy or ,omuy, I "e of They lift ,ho o( by the court, before which sh, was "f Mls' Imllli- of ll.o OdoDcr and anu tosw in _____. ff -._. hud sJKinnl under- over Illy MaVOr'S .J Vi- .'U- initv.l i.Mimm. 1 II. Smvtli, of .MKXIOVC'ITV, "rllm" Lul- "llll'u lui inc. j TniJI h. ,nr Alkct. j Kllbn' i-MininUiidct- and I MPF AP.MMFNT TR moved llns inoriuns tlmt Hie t-asv; I u- Hov Seoul would 111 I LHU11 llUn I I IHHU _........, Itrol of IU.T and it ran oft Hie m-i'hici of ihi' Mexitan I isj OF JODGE RESUMED to neEi! maicrial .diosen. hoi 11 i THE POWER wiled lilihil is liltlc thins liuf i! c.V) puil fheiite. t eyji up'jii at ctnain hour j in- you Hie vigiit or loft fusl ilroii a [ixcd amount u( susiir j also (lie wooil carviiiR.i of v< inlo your tttftn pules, for in- your mind [or IlimurMs dc-: liiis nu dwiiht di-rived itirsiKl aclual tlioieo. ilii-i The Hlllci Imhit   111, .ih'i !l. juLlico cmirt for -as not I V. loiislv iniiiKid Mr-; Sinvlli wm -i Ci'lirral .litfn (iiinzitli) Kscdlmr.! {iriHIn was eallcd lain tin; WARNING OF j OctolK-r. i Cily Attorupy J. U Dnnree. repre-f PI Us lo yon. (vci's your mind from j v.-oiks. iiarticnlar in his heaulifiilly xinc-lciillis of an inrli of i soiiiinj; Hie city, did not enter into i any KiurFsworV; aljinil the i nlraoKt ah.-triirt hrass arcniniianieil hy sunn: hail and cnn- these fciilui-cs of the case 1ml; or i product; liylp.' you chuusolyroiiii "Kiss." in which sidvrahk' wind. Ml in Victoria lasl.; simply enatended ilinl only the vi ciy you buy. If you waves ,-eeal lo inc-ll inlo each niiMU. The ruin was licavit-i -west! county attorney or ilislrk-t atloi noy familiar ivln-rtisenwiHs. oihor In a .-iirKiiiK ihylhm; anil al- nf !ln; city ami anmnnli-d to move its dismissal and Hull: ran ilismmiiiato muiiis. neivli on 'so in his "Itesnrri'Llion .of Christ." inch and a half in places. in should hi; tried on Hie facis.: mo Hnl mother, the l.uier. tho Tlie nvcv was i However, Cuiinty .ludge ,I. J. Wood-, And llio hithil I i-t revt-renllv shown jn the nude n 1 t.'iveii tin- l.'nil'jd Stalc.s hnusc said ho would like to have a" a god-llkc youth nho is Wi-allicr linreall at San Anlonio! tho ciisc iirBHCll fully with refer- Iciiviii1: :ill uanicsliicsf hchind him 'locby: [cnei: to the legality of the arresl is visilily upwuvils h'--' -Caadahipe liivcr at "Innz.ilcs tin; city attorney tn iivia I WITH the two knceliiiR anp'ls -'i.-- fed. Uali.ull inches. lllllt il v.iih onlslrclehcil as if he Flood in lower "rB.iiiienls Mils afternoon, as his, plane Monday. I derision infchl lie liy Krwin tilth iin-1 those. oi bnyiiu; only advcl liseil j t iki th hazard nut of .-dvopiiin put in i ;'ocd. sturdy Mire. ANTONIO FLYEB BRINGS VICTORIAN ANO SiSTER HERE- jjlso ;tt Lal-'nrina, has hiie jirojert would nrovisioiutl joporntion. He mado the pri.-siih.-nl   to prnK'tt in rbaryy i on thtr Mexican (In; War tli THE ANNOUNCEMENT that tulMe film ticcn pi-rl' rrl for hunu- use is only amnli-T i> in inn; tor n the say Hint nindiui.- ,'iionk'li for popuLir in (Tlhl nn. Th.V IiKiy In- Iln: 31- a of film. Kx  c! MIK il iluany v.iii-' H on inn ;i. ulous luu I'lii.' a nil ii ;ui In- I'Vii- ;ir.' imli'k-d in thu act of tinn ;it Vic-tovia is IVH." t Mr. Dunbp's cmiU-ti.imi th, Chry.li-i il imi-t r.-acli a t.f traffh: policrniMi only liv Mr. sis- 1M' WT. ,YOI tlu'in-Hi.. loyally exorcise cotitrol over of An- jraific in Hie onfm-romrnt nf U-KII- llil  wlui-h fih-y arc nn duly mrncd Antnnin in opcralo untlt-T a ns ;nnl it thr n.-w JUIF! Irs arrlvi- KiiiKiy. i; is fjf Mr. Kt'kl'.1.- jo boys rialif (Ui-ii- iiiiii.tl pubiU apjtraraiu un tlic Mtivr.- nr iliat FIVE PERSONS ____________ TO DEATH IN RANGHjHiNKS ROCKET GAR iHOUSE IN COLORADO; CAN BEAT AKUON. Tnl-i., April Ti'i'e ]'ri ;intiM Wi'H; to ilra't in a hiini'! milos s-mih n ill-'iv Ttic nf fin nni iK'i'n ruiifii-d. J CKuli riiiiiips, an nmnanicif a and riiilfin n of tinj son, Snsii'. 11, ;nni 1-Intniii, 1 I. j ______ any 1 1.0NI10N. :l. A "s :1 to vine .M.ijor mi- 1 Join's motor c.ir fP'-t'il ch.illipii'ii.-hil' nf till! li.-i-n i.'-iioil lliro'v.-h a I., inloii jnuviiiil !iy IT-rr Mils REBELS OU1T CHIHUAHUA: MAY ABANDON JUAREZ Kl. 1'ASd. April The Mexi- r.ui h.ivc evacuated I'hllnu- and lhe l-'ed'-rals i tlmlieu .ire 1 to Mileied it Main-io Car.nefi. ci'iu- lebid i in linalri.i. hiis w.ii-le-d .Inaicz willl his !i is c.vp-rli d that .l-i.-i.x nil! b" rv.unaleil by iln? n-lirls iK'dore is over. lively cloe.i tiinvi'. .mil Ih1 il'1 iUI il   u- L'fi v.iih Jii, i-'iiintii'> for lal- t.il VIUM! linn i-i liriiii: riic u1rii'iri tiv i .1 H r i EVANGELIST'S MOTHER IS SUED FOR Ajiril -Mrs. Minnii' Ki aneily. molhcT of Aiim-e S.-nui'le Jlcl'hei-son. l.os An- I'VallL-i-list. l.iilay was s-lvil for hy IS'.'V. II. II. I'l.-rN. i I'Tuynian of tli'- ('hrislian I'hiii'i'u, l-rui'-h of pioniisi-. '1'ivj Iliat ul to iurnish I'iar'K with tahi'TlKU-i''' in a siiip inr u.i'.'k in ka ami illnl.i: lin- I'a' ifi- i "i'sl into hiiihly "anirnl'.ii.-i'.i'; Min.HUni- Mrs, "a ii'-r :o nun i> him. BORGLABSiANDBH VALUABLE TOOLS IN FLIGHT FROM STORE WEATHER REPORT ;for speeding shall be given a writ- Weaver slated. money. 'I'oiiiirhl anil diirs unsettled and warmer.   

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