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   Advocate (Newspaper) - April 17, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "White Gold Frames" Not only Hie latest, but comfortable, and stylish, They arc wearing them now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION. Ceo. H. French, Publisher. FOR FURN-TURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phoae 159 VOLUME 82 FIRST. VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSf IN GENERAL. Timely Topics IF YOU liiivi; a friend worth loving I ,ov i' him. Yes and him know Tlial you love, liim, ere IKt'.-j even- IllK Tinye his brow with K'OW. should words ne'er be Of a frieml till he is dead? If your woi It is itii'.de mini; easy liy friendly helping; liainl. Hay so. nut hravi- and irnly Kre I lie. darkness veil the land. Should a brodivr workman dear Fatter for a mm] ot cliecr, Kcallcr thus your seeds of kind- ness Ail iv yo'l pi Leave (hem. Trust Hit Harvest Ciivcr lie- ivill make each seed lo scow. Sn, until (lie happy end, Votir life shall never lack 11 friend. THE REVOLUTION in Mexico seems its end. Tin- guv- evijiiifiit's forces, iiwler Gen. Callcs, iil.lends iij M-urk and the rebels relreal, almost without fallen iviK'iilertly refers to Die sli'UKKlo as Die "t'alholic nTdlll- tien." Mental Ive.s- at till' church in Oils cuinilry declare Hint it has nothing lu do with (lie movement, C.en. Je.sttc1 .Maria Asuirlv. cap- turi'il uiiil e.veciiic.l, niut'li lo live for. including va.-l land pos- sessions. Al one limp he gave Ills BOI> Sni.i.inij) acres ,-iuil   Tuesday ertizcn be voted or not. 'seMiis Irinl for Monday His father was long a faiiUfnl em- j Jk; (ilcyi- of Vieloria's pioneer firm of Mai venire of 70 men for tlie selce, A I.eviand Company. jtjoll Surviving are two sisters. Mas- i .lames Moore, and Sie and Mumie Hnward, and five j Moore. brothers, of Keailrift hrothers. Nut. Jesse. Stayion. Wll- were slain in nobidoux'i cabin on Hani and Jlelvin. all residents of Kenyon island in Hie cmailaluiie this city extent Melvin, who lives Itiver en ihe iiisht of Deeemlier U a- Ualveslon. His arrival and that 'lust and their bodies dimmed into of a nephew, who is aljlhe river, llobidoux, imlskrat Robidoux's Trial Set for Monday at Port Lavaca Hoover's Policies Meeting With Opposition Inriictmcnt Also Returned Atjainst Trapper for. Op- erating Still. VIH f A (line M HMUAMl-t. Judge Pool Orders Venire of 70 Men for Jury.. awaited for (In; the com- at range- A IV! M'FAfiniN Hi H. 111. Ill rHUUIlt, ILL APTPD' TnilD ADDnin Ar I UUn ADnllAu, IS NOW RECOVERING trapper and fanner, admitted siay- j inp the men l-nt said be acted In j self-defense. He was released a few weeks ano nn SI.-I.IHIII bund fix- (Touri ot luals ut Austin after hail had been "im !vml 'Ulto K- M. Tanner of L'al- Spring Ultimatum WOPk IN THE NOW lso A- M. Mcl-'iuldin, ,-ll 'in were not of (he kind lo illy bi'iiefirial li'n'. Ilioy -h? s'.me. folks, so reflecting, think censorship rniclil hclci. but we have never favored th-- arid- liary emilrol of expression, whe- thcr in speech, print or arl. Tile public Mii.uld In- sor. Kdmait: men and women I., discriminate, influence them to de- tid" properly wba! Ibty will suri- JWIt (bcir I'atfiina.ce, tvhni Ibis- been aec.mipllslu-.il Ihc prohl.-io will be solved, r.ooks prinle.l t'iciur nllracl. am! th" people set want. THE STORY OF a life i> fii.ed with miscalculations ,-uu lual This ba- r largely from failure llie hnnj.'xn factors turn iirfdiclimis. Vr.ns lew named M.iltbili study lo tin; ris.. and dediaod ihe law ibaf.i while jmp.ilation t.v flruinl jury for operating a still. Texas cattleman, who has been ill "b- in a at his home here since he will Mrs..'" JWaiMIn relurncil (rom a tour of Smith America lust week, was aid; to enjoy ;in automobile ride Tues- day. j -Mr. Mct'iuliim has been sufierins from laryngitis and ;v touch of asiluna. had never been trouh. with ,-isihma before. It is con- li.iclid by many people who visit South America and iV only a tem- porary roiidiiiuii. Tin: sreal lilies of pollen carried down the of Irees of his cabin when ihi.-y went to tlie island to in- vcvtijjatc (lie NOT NECESSARY FOR MELLON TO REOUALIFY TO HOLD CABINET JOB Meet Annual Affair of Uni- versity Interscholastic League. PRELIIWIWARIES FRIDAY. Semi-Finals and Finals Scheduled for Saturday, All at High School School Grounds. Several hundred contestants Fri- day and Saturday will sjathcr In this cily for ihe annual district meet of Ihc jntersehtdastic. League. held yewly under Ihe auspk'es of Ihe University uf Texas. I.nvnca, TARIFF PROPOSALS yio and victoria, are the coun- i Many Republicans Dissatis-j i fied with Proposals for Farm Relief. Republicans Bag SPM and Democrats Solidly Oppos- i ed tO VieWS. i OLD TRAIL DRIVER i GERMAN REPLY PAYS PROPOSES TOO HIGH; TRIBUTE TO LATE HIGHWAY TO COWMEN SENATOR BAILEY ute, a, section. The (rack and field division of '-he meet will be staged on the WASHINGTON, April splendid cinder (rack the echo of his first HIP I'attt Welder High KIIHO rcverberallns around the Literary events will be held in the luills nf the caniinl, it appnarcd (o. auditorium of the jilny tliikt President IIOOVIT'K ideas or Ihe junior calluse, bolti for tariff revision ami farm relief; of which buildings are connected are going lo meet with tonsider- L by means of an arclnvny. The ten- able opposition. j ni.' portion ot Ihc annual yanK-i Many Republicans are either v'''" bc fought out on the recently i openly antagonistic or (inietly clay courts at satisfied with the iireshlenl's farm 1 schools. t proposals. The Senate Agriculture jcomniillee is tlireatenini; to in- elude In its bills the so called de- [bentnre iiian. which Hoover ignor- in bis inossaKe bill which his jirlotnls say he does not {Aiming oilier features of the ad- farm relief draw- Cold medal awards for each first. place winner are on display in the windows of the J- C. i'enncy f'om- puny at ihe present time. Too. suitable prizes for second, third and fourth pl.ice winners will be aivon. anil n 1'. P. Ackley, an old Texas (rail driver, ami his nephew. Wilbur herson, Imlh of Klk City. Okla.. are viaitinic in Viciorr.i on their way home from Ilonna. where tbey spent (lie winter. .Mr. Ackley is nromiilins; the building: of a highway from (he Uio Cniiule Valley lo Bismarck. .Smith Dacota. In be known as (he hnrn Cowboy   foim'r Xenalor .Mayfield of Texas, and a public. rlin njHonal oriKiii; lo my profound sorrow on ai> of Ihe Immigration act will mint "I the deat'h of Senator liai-. rhiefly by membc-rs of lii crnidstn is the one that would K.ve povenmient board power: with ,emi- e (lie farmers how much of and finals scheduled for Hue- any product they ,an plant (o pie- vent overiiroduction. l! has nlway.i been the custom in 1 He Denma'atsai-o massing .olid- ,ue uml If aRainst ,h, president iarilf Miouj-httii! residents of the cily to j'c-conimeudations and the Itepub-! (m. ,t; widely spii f'c l.ronosal lo chanse basis as o, nmms in Eomo schedules. is bdu, asked o! I lie reconimetidatiou who are Pxiiceted to of the ile.-tt'h of .Senator ley. We were arrayed on opposing .sides nf'a number of public micf- I but i (-'.ei field for his superb ability (he 'very highest appreciation. "Ifis of American iitiral ami cinistiliuioiial history tborotiRii and com- The various forms OL cr.louial sovenimenl. tlie disms- swti, in (h.; ivbtch fr.imo'i present (.instittitioii :an'l !hi- conventions whieii niion its i.uificatidlis. the landmark fisiinrs nf Ihe t'nilcd Apiil 17.--ilNSi- Ilob Silver is b.ii-K in Mililary eon- iiiieirn HI today follow in: bis rap- at llouMnn Monday iiiphl. Silver and the four cunviils who e wiih bin, were imliiicd '.yesterday by ibc drand Jury fur d robbery wiih lirearms in i-onin-c. I.OCKIIAHT. Tcs.. April 17.-- riiiild K.-lley, Hie Wcslaco b.vnk- cr, who was so scrimisly wounded by a would -b.-. assassin who strmk of labor orsaL'ix.i'.ion... j him on (he head while lie was th. some weeks fiR.i in (hi; Until.. e bis rcrnrd .--...ver.il iin-di nf Kd I'. I'niub. his weallhy fiitbcr- an'iinp.il i.vlaw, is in i.ockhart visiting his.tuu oiiinimi. lleitvy Kclley The rmnmeri is a native of Caldwell Comity aud Committoc li ivgihy people here were very much Neffs nomination and subs, aroused by the, allack, and are slill reuitned a favorable r, hoiH'dd dial a due will be picked poll. Tho opposition, however up ihat will lead to ihe arrest mid prevented NcK's name from ,om prnsccniiou. Kclley is slcadlly im- before Ihe Sonale and his nom ,.f bi  of nil onstitutional will, a letlors and.feelive of the ton- lultnre. prominent1 s (lie Hoover ncrnnu'llt. "In own jurly. BROOKHART AND MORRIS VOICE i WASlllXtlTOX. April 17. Sena. tor Ilrookharl of Iowa, of i- j jlcnt Hoover's most aldeni jpaisners last dci larcd day that tho cAcurtivu had ial--.ii eniirely inconsistent" p 'I" bis lljnssase lo wivi; nspecl to apriniltniMl ihat have surplus. As senator llnmkiny, ed Ihi- mcr.-sase. h'.- said i' opposed to a qoi. nm-nt the school official.-: in tlio K'.'cut task of lioasins the lurjjj of partir-ipaius. v0 will lie asked. Tile "job" ot Ida, th- visii.irs has been sivell Miss, I'azdrai. who will be ,mire ihaii U> i.'i vivo lillls from any- i i an sive a bed to a buv boys "iris for friday Sin- can be located by lei- in the evcniiiK or chool hours. BANDITS GET AWAY WITH AFTER SHOOTING2 IN N. Y. on ,r Ihc itinsi f.irmirlalil..! or itu'.-t i.rilli.int oratoiv Amcrl- ..bbd. ;l such a.-i i> imvliKi-i alld liis his f... l.isl ..etialor said' -poerht-s ill Ihe sked Silver when ]novintr and mav' fully to trfnl in May. :lime. WEATHER REPORT Tonisih; anil Tbnr.-d.'iy ninslly ination automatically died for lack ami no! mtjch. diangc torn- 01 March 4. [Mfisn I pcn'HKni out i hat a mivcrn- men: honr-.t did wlu-ni pri, 'diiriim and after the war on a cos' modiictinu brisis: ih.it Mr. HHO- vi; housht Hits wheat .11 iliat and disposed ji aske.l jn (or ihcsc oiiei.itiiuis and tlial lie oppiiscd of the win-it! in j think (Mrlion nf the message opiuis. lug doing these things now (5 in- SlKita in tile i in the iinim a real tv f X-brasVa. i .vniMiKiieil fen1 I .Mr. rin relief pi.in. o do. He. fr.vi   

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