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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 10, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Frames" Not only (lie latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They are wearing (hem now. DRt JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist arid Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNiTURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 10, 1929. NUMBER 233 Timely Topics THE REAL community builders are I lie fellows "'ho slop lo Ihe coiiuler cai Ii Saturday night and Blii'll out Hie checks. Due of these Is worlb u hundred thousand of tlie ntbers when It conies lo community building. UDGEW UPHOLD PLAY TO BE GIVEN TOMORROW NIGHT BY THE LITTLE THEATRE THE PUBLIC'S chief interest should b'! iu iirodnclion and what- ever contributes 10 ii. A tremen- dous rise in HID prices of stocks d multiplying corporation assets, or increase llioj real wealib Hie country. Il is J ".Safety an American simply a re-valuation on j farce comedy in ihree acts, by founded largely on exaxKerled ex- j shiddon I'annei', will be presented peclations ibat Ignore difficulties and disregard the lime element. toiiioiTuw beshmins at 8 o'docli, in ilauschild's Oiicri Record Attendance at Firemen's Annual Roll Call Rotary and Country Clubs Hold Elections From the standpoint of Hie Mouse [or the benefit of the fare of as a wimle. the 1 toria Art l.eayitc. The presenta- only difference bolweeu ilion wil Ibe by the recently nils -stock ci-vtitic-atcs at a price of'. orL'anlxad Victoria LStlie Theativ 82CKJ per tiiaie instead of flint is I'layers. under the able direction that a imuh greater amount n'. of Mrs. A. X. Henry, well-known m money Is tied up. thereby iucrea-- theatrical circles in tbb section. Ins the nisi of credit for all HI.U. sparkling farce Ib'j present enthusiasm has a .story of sustained interest, for get-riclHjmcli methods lias sub- abounding in mirth-provoking situ- siced and I'.Henlion ie onte again aliens. The moves briskly directed lo the vital realities u> iiioiifj with ciihninatiiiR effect, iiici. the present moment, ilien we will dtnt succeeds incident, and the act recognize more clearly the danger endings are ciiiick and snappy with of allowing (he stability of lh'-' plenty of niovenienl for everybndy American money niarki.'l io rest The charatlers are equally iil the bauds el private lenders cd. ivs everyone in the play lias a who feel llo of national re- opportunity to impress tho spousibilily and who be I'.utlienie and add to lite laughable Btnmpeded by an nnexpccied hap-: The play will please Hank uedit always has any kind of an audience, however been and always will be .superior linieky. to private credit. A of llish I ties will he given before the per- formance anil between Hie acts. PULE! I Didn't Find His Man 8! GO, I 1184 P. C. Members'of Ladies' Auxili- ary of Department Special Guests. TWO VISITING CHIEFS Cucro and Nortlheim Depart-, ments Represented by Lartje Delegations. I v The Victoria Fire lo iiml came allUhe twenly-five fires in j wjy NeWlyork to The [ires involved iii'opetty m.n lhat of CONCRETELY, IT would be money in the poc'r.eU of a few corporations lo vli Ret us a pooled fund, on purely P I VICTORIAN'S ft liresunt duy coniuiou i u 11L1 UU" ;ivill not, bo by law. bin pablic yentiniC'NJ.- Iji many in-i i U. S, AMBASSADOR TO GBEAT BRITAIN'fc 'Mysteriously Missing J? April inniiconh-tii iiuitk th.it (J. llO III' I il ilium Ly I Lie that I j was acn tu tiic Hrilisl i IM'DIIU.-Jlt. 1 in! I )a i-ii is 1111 i u Sa t j wlitTf.- is UiNnKfii; ssmii of fniiiticiiil I i 'llua Huli: republic's i system: Thomas Kearris, abov MISS FRANCES V01T I issue Can More Properly be j Decided by Higher Courts, He Says DEFENDANT FINED j Excepts and Gives Notice of Appeal to Court of Criminal Appeals. County .1. .1. ruled tliat a deputy oily marshal properly uniformed can make le- Clllb HOUSe tO he Formally for violations ot the Opened When Lights are ,sUlU: renting to [Speeding in denying the motion of MVdlldUlU L tho dfl_ i tense, lo in the ROTARY DIRECTORS lease of Albeit .-Ukek, on trial m j tlu; County Conn on apiieul from Named at Last Meeting Alk-k Officers Will Qualify j..iy in making the ruling Judge _' I Wooiilmnse said be felt that tho P i (mention at issue could niore prop- 1 oxcop. ni'oplii could he so pervaded with a proper fear of colds, and sol ro familiarized with preventive records during (Houston Chronicle) A pioneer Tc-xan, ARTIST TO CYLHB1T UPPC "1CI'ly as ;is laws so as to meet the ol ilAVL, CAniDll nUnt. ]lral I'owei and LiKht Company ex raised. UIL >S ttr> IMIIJ 111 11 tU I Lii h Uill L- i I I I I I Jlri III JIIIll III" -SL'VVlL'f school teachers, lie spent the! AT P. (if P, UAU to the srmmds. Consliuetioii on i mnnpnm, lanl years of life irmninK at Hl U> U' U< line wa3 todltf. It will HNDBtRGH LANDS isitt uviiiE-; AT BROWNSVILLE W''S "ue of Victoria's earl- also make MKh Siirvivins are tv.-o hnither.s. Max t The art lovers uf Victoria are e.s- iable to all resideiils in Hie j Mary Laime 1'eters. S6 died lindolpli Voil. leading I'i-nners 1'ccially invited to visit the exhibit j suburbs of the city, always dav "at 'the bmne of' her dangler, and one sister, Mrs. "f Mrs. Kiln K. .Me'.vhinney of j M .Mr< J Dinz Sr 1-20-' TuatnJ 1'loriiie Kchmidt of this city. Tlie Holland lo be held on Friday at ROTARY ELECTION. MROWXSVILI.H, April (INS) research work now in progress at John rinphin.; liniversity with tho it's i lev. at whose home died, one. j ot Ciil A. Uml- D V h'-'rah bad been he.inl hue al U I a. m. iminity thorn witii K'-nni'ih i'... fieneralusc. Tho day will i-roh., the liny Memorial of ftatislivian TMIin. Chief in-: radio ..peial.ir ol the A.m. I- ably com-, however, when Thursday at c-iilp. m. i jnvonnion and 'after llu- of thv us Temple. A hilt, r fichi d.-vel nietiioils will (In., i-osl. mid; w- KCKI.KS. j fji.st indies' Auxiliary, visiiins win n llucbaii.ni bi UMM to if. then the lionsewjfi? will im Asy''''il11t Hraiu Ist.ii" by th.. u'.' have tn aboni iliip-pans nndi rne.ii Ii vrlrim-ratoi-s. if you ask ns, th.it will be a :-TC.II (ii ilio-c (vi us who jr; The ii i over in JOSEPH HIGH COMEDY THURSDAY AT OPERA HOUSE C. Svllier. m.-ni. caliiii' til" 11.111 Into (Sit- n.'sniis of lii> ;nnl llu- d-1] i of liis PEOPLE in Vio'oru oM 1111- that odViv a new On Thursday IliRh April si luss nE i will ihr innicfly in tlivr-' nils j ;IU Trulli Will Out." at i driving n! vi-rrvri] sr-.ils will br- Unsiby afloviiftoii, Ap'il II. vn.joyablif: liino is pioin ali aucnd, 1'Insed liiat th" iH'li ol' ;v'- peiulani'c was ri'trardvd us 't (omiuise Ihe ib iiartim-ul and loving i -IIP was ..fiVied as to Ibe i-iaituuy iy 2 v, iili .1 pirifiil.ni !'M'.- c.ii'taiii. 1 bad ot !M: and No :in. 'i liir. annual rtpoit o HI i.ils. of civic orcanizii and public offiiials. Tlie and "l the auxiliary Mrs. tnc par C, sdihT. pre.-idi'iil: Mr.-. K. .I'idai .1. Jlcllouald. m'owili of bis ucii'iitam e of ib nl 11. S. Ali I'lieck for lioni liv sis-cr; Mrs. H. H. s-. cretary. i ;vnd Mi-.- Drlnliiiie re la ry. oilier; introduced wrvi': K F. H''Vi r and wiff nl C I'iie Chi'i and .1 (1. ri' 1 FORKED TAIL SNAKE GIVE TWO PLAYS ON TUESDAUPRIL 11 a! hibirious lime al thv Sihnol boiisi; on Iho tiithl of Ajir.l 'ui'ii 1'jb is two bumor- "'i iie l.'.H ky Fool." AdmlsFlun adulis rtnil nir fin- 1 hil'lren. wnrlh CAT ADOPTS CHICKS NEGRO POST OFFICE WHEN HEN DESERTS PORTER SUSPECTED OFFSPRING ON FARM IN N. Y. BOMB CASE WAI.F.lSVIT.r.K. NKW YOKK. Apr! Thomas .1. of, rniuin in ornnnu wi" ,V1 _____ tti" your WAVCKOSS. April lo, (INS) lii'lliiai'. A freak Hi.-ciiii.'ii of Hi.- 'Vines vuniiiii, i: family with a tail is RFPDRT insists be is o, h-re The Ifltfll HCll ULI URI tile w.v-, killed by IV Smith, i Mi- wh.i .1 Inc.i! man. Thvr tail is divide I Tonijlii and Thursday p.irlly bomb. II" been ihto two ]Hoass. .ck'.udy. [lance CMT .since. ou l rollin- in hrr fatniiy aC- i.') !Uk tliom,
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