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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 22, 1929, Victoria, Texas "While Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comforlnble, strong and jlylish, They arc wearing them now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND ftMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. t> VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA SOUTHWLSF IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 22, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER 243 Timely Topics ''j, INFLICT NOT on an enemy tui) injury In.your power, for he may afterwards become your if friend. REDUCTIONS OF ;H mui-Ii as forty per cunt on premiums uf aviu- tlou-iiifjiiranc-L1 polEi'toti liuvu Lueii ordcri'il sliu-w 1U22 us a re.HUh of tlio toustiiully limn'ovlDr? Jiiifcl> factor In flylnK, to u copy righted disiuitcli !u News of N'cv; Ywk. .Many tutnputi- yi'u Uit clauses in lift mbiiritiice policies void In case 'J 11 million accident, and are KlItulltiK iH'ovlKlous ilia cover uctidciUs. lr on official of a company riiiet-iyliE ing this IvitLil of insurance, tU- anuutit of aviation insurance wril Icn has increased innro than 10 jicr cent during the experienced hi nviaiion, inyny ot them or an.- bund- ling the for llio ctmipuu- MANY PEOPLE AND NUMEROUS FLOWERS AT COFFEY FUNERAL Webb 0. Coffey, -1C, who was fatally injured in an automobil IT IS; A MISTAKEN idea lliat the earnings of a railroad iu'e HUar- anteed by law. On tlte contrary, under the law a is not pcr- milled JD earn iitul retain more tilan nix per i-eii[ on tin: value of properties lined in operation. Any amount earned above per cent >s subject under the ty reeapture nr the eminent. In to tills, the Commerce Conimissioi has ruled that 5 3-1 per cent is fyir return. Manifestly llu-su are restriction i instead tif snarantc-es. (.lip same n n tfle.tinK the earnings of n ban ix per cent on Its capital, or o 'a -farmer to six Her cent on th value of his land. Under sueh slrictloiis if either the railroai banker or farmer earns less tlm six per cent the hw lets him hoi the sack. Whether frj'i- the .railroad, or farm, a'guarantee of earning is economically unsound hut no more 1 so than draatic limitation of .cam- nit 5 which prevent progress. CJnoil service' is the 'first .essential., as I iicor service is dear at any price. THE VALUE OF a man is what i he does, the. worlli he shows the world. He may lie ever so in- s de. If he doesn't prove it, he'': f worthless. The value of a watch, a skillet, an automobile, is what it dues, the worth it shows its user. It mny he of highest power. If it can't j prove it, it's useless. The reputa- tion of any product is. the known proof of its worth. The value of th it known proof i.i that you inn x recognise it. u j When yon huy air advertised w-ilcli or skillet, you tiny value 4 with, n rcpntalile '1 name behind it. You don't have IM wait till you use it to know it. The njualitlus which made it adver- have proved Hie worth lo yf'i. You need only nsk for the product hy name. Fastened secure. ly tn MiHit name are quality, service, .'.-cideiit at Vierco Thursday night anil died several hours later at Wliarlon, was laid to rest in the Kversreen Cemetery yeslcvdny aft ernooii, tiie funeral InkiiiK placi. from the family residence at clock. The attendance at the fun ul was very large ami there were great number of beautiful flora ibiitcs. The pallbearers were '1 I. Scoil. A. T. Andersen, Albci 'oehler, Dr. It. Ward, J. I1. ool, .lr., aud Ed Wagner. Rev. J. Kelscr, pastor ot the First Ens- ish l.iilhci'HH Chureh, conducted be rites. Among Mid out-of-town relatives nd friends present were: Mr. ami Mrs. Kd West and daughters rlneelrjii; J. J. Jlartsell and son Ichn, and Mrs. V.. II. Class, Farm Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Ja cobs and daughter, Mercedes; iMr. viil Mrs. J. Ti. Cotfcy and rtawgli- K IN STRE Seven Killed When Car Plunges Over Embankment H K K K.SS X X X X H X Wright Brothers To'Drill Test Well At Inez OEITHCt SHIPEll BY Ml Torch Slayer Crime Trail Wider Drivcr Responsible Fails to j Stop but Reports Later to Auth.orities. EIGHTH PERSOM DYING lers, Austin; Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Prince aud Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Twilligcar, American Maid Flour Mills. Houston; Tohc Adler, San Antonio, and Joseph rapau, St. Ed- ward's University, Austin. VSGTORIAPSURVIVES SEVERE ILLNESS AND GOES TO VISIT SON Mrs! C. Allnoch, greatly titloved pioneer Victorian, who will be SO years old next December, is show- iiu; a remarkable, improvement from a severe illness was able li> leave on the early morning train for Houston to he with her son, J. Allnncli, a leading dry goods mf-vehant of that city, and his fam- ily. Mrs. Allnoch was acionipame treasury and have visions of paved streets, modern water aud sewor i systems aud other improve- I nients .u-lthoul the need for addi- SOON jlioiiivl taxes. The discovery was made Satur- day by William .Morgan o! Sin An- lonto in a well drilled bv him iji middle ot a forty Toot "Sties' njipo-iitc the George Strauut'h prd' lic-rty. The well is .said 16 have Since connectingillcnryC. sell-con- fessed torcji slayer, henry .C. C'n.sc, lieved to b( his rcALnamt. of "bltiehcard attentionioi'tlfi tWc'ivas Appreliciitlcil One I ueen drilling .In Jackson County for hicr lie-liad sljaved the oft and! I .several'years, have ifour; natty, .inustaelie.- uter in the Uefugio field A o! the sand was made Sunday i through Hie drill stem and Ihe oil_____I came to the surface, with suuh C Ill's Jt'.irtcd a natty, .mustaeiie.- to wlUl SULh ard" is u.ahc. faced with tl.c-possibility of. i thei, JsM the Jcrscy.iin.Kf-c. Tlic photo with the Adi n, nllt( i.fonwdtd. Iiom bun Hanaro Qniaha, iNtu.. .n 192a. j a crease consists of lhe Has b il-ouis Kolle, Victor Rolle. jDEBENTUeE OWNPAY ADOPTED AGWNST AT WASHINGTON; .J .J HOOVER'S WISHES land Stdcotl lands and'a large niim- I her of smaller solidly! i blocked, beginning, half a mile! extending to the mil expected to live. I The death car was i- an auto driven by .M.] WKST FRANK KOKT. 111. April i I Xoah Ilcnson lie-: April above Inez creek. It is said that the machinery for tiie test will he shipped in within the next six weeks. .hi to 'Victoria today by li. Wood, lo'uil raiiehnian. H was struck.at a depth of 5750 feet and extends tho liefugio field closer to the Victoria Vale of Kleiihenv-ille. wlm did not at iln- seene of 10 -----V idinance in ihc Ili.stricl ot Columbia i laior made a report K. ot j ?2.000 to 51.200 a year and the com- Uevcn to five M retain the debcn- conulv anthorilies. lie was ro-p'1 contempt of the Lnlcu lmiasioner.s sllladcs fvom ?1vloo to tnre csport plan In Ilie fann relief leased pending the coroner's States Kenate fl.ckcrcd onl today j laU citv dads side-! bill. ir n or as an !four, his petition for a ,s irohcai-iiiK and review. Sinclair was sentenced for "jury MUCH GLASS RIVALRY N QUEEN CONTEST AT PATT1 WELDER H. S. manii'ested classes ot the Vic'- Srluiol as each vi? with the opiMlsins; classes in ijuceii of choieu attend- ants at a formal event which Is to j 'MORE EXTENSIVE and llinrc effective ineasures to preveiil ero- of the soil by rivers are urg- ently needed. Department (.uituro investigator-: lo diice the annual destruction t Ions out to they iver system for sonn loss. Tevraeinc atul t uUivaling, eslry manaseineut and II ami llio n ami oiiRinctvrs BANKER SAYS lli the country boy whn tnnvcd (is tiie city wrote to lolks. "in the o' a n where In Ihe l.iie aiK'i' t you si'e the ladies out ilioir lap DP, HOPKINS HOME FROM WASHINGTON COMMITTEE 'inlei nationally known detective. County line. In the town of Uefugio sold iseieral hundred acres of its puli- uls. liiiown as the commons, In :uid -irj-acre tracts lo Hie I hieliest bidder j but reserved 40- foot lanes fnr streets. It is these, lai.-cs lliat the town leased to Mr. 1 Morgan. i ROOKE WELL MAKING 500 BARRELS THROUGH CHOKER (ItKfugin County The Houston Oil Company's Mr. and Mrs. Sam jn Thur__ will introduce, the again and I1le approved hy 1 -v.-as iiinchod down to a quarter PRESIDENT ,M NEW YORK., U VOItK. April ilicves that he as mayor and the, WASIHSCiTOX. April C0uimissi0ners draw too much lu lhn Hoover's -The last hope of Harry salary. He has biibmitled an or-! dlsapuroval, the Si-naln iittinK his own pay from L'ominitteu today voted term FORMER VICTORIAN SAYSREFUGIOROAO IS MOST sire to until it Is finally adopted.' fn :tion is prompted by a de- le down the city's dobledness. 'luiscil their plea for a reversal nf DECLARED AGAINST FLORIDA FOR FLY Mr. Fimlili! located ville several yeavs HHU official of hank litere. aud Mrs. Hoover arriiol j in N'ew York today for the time since Ihe election. h' Koliiiers' Cniiiiniilcv. of which he i u. ilitallon a mem- [was nol intended lo affecl Ihe nut-! iconic ot Ihc I rial. Thronyliou! The chief executive is here dr.- liver an address al Ilie annniil llinelic-on the Associated [Counly 01 iKram the He com-; Vktoriii [he splendid road pro-; are tarryini; cut ami Dr. Hopkins said the c-oinmiilcp 'controversy Sinclair's allornpjs confincd Us to the ast-i.ts v inetit in uoveirmient institutions ami Ihe need for greater sororn- menl hospital facilities. Howevi-i Er and that he was' against lilin. to In i said with better hiehways would be much greater nu-nt here. Mr. Fimble res.nd< the Vlctoria- i Refiigio us the most im- s. porlanl oi Hie three in- cluded in Ihc local program. This ihisluvay will shorten the made today; i STORM STARTING IN TEXAS KILLS SCORE AND INJURES place on the spacious lawn in j fa Itoinr nf the building on May JO-1 class far- re on display in conspicii- windows downtown with full Information nlesi. Mis? nnth Coffey. popular roprc- ntative "f the junior class, who leading in the mutest, ha vvitlidrawn her name from the race -.1 ni-i onul of her reient hi-rcave- nclll. Many more fervtinvs of outer- alnmcnt will lie afforded for ot May 10. There will lie iniival with many litii hers, tuny in al the ilenl Hcrheii Hoover, who iir Hum nirdially hut m.uio nn sv WASHIN'CJTON'. April IKSr- A Federal iiuavantine in- terstah- shipments pc-ach be established the Deparlmenl of Agriculture v.ithin "'an a score of persons (Imt.iry hlshwuy lo that point, jlhe next few days, it v.-iis iiiilicnu-d juv ilend. one humlieil are injured "tVciVMro of tin- slimier disfi Iiropeny may reach o( the northboniid traffic make barrels a day through Ilia! of pure pipe line oil. The iu of this well ivi an oil prodmcrj the area ioi the nefusio field considerably, U-xlemlinir it to the. west and 1111- presage? intensive devcl- upmeiit iii thai section of the field. The well was brought in in the -'.7m) tent been1 drill- i-l lo lliat depth, regardless of tlio tr.it llu't it is reported ttlV- it 'mfcht have been brought hi as a at a mut h sliallnwer depth. Mason Hay. f.nmei Hlu- Highway No. 12 at Kiibstnnn ;iiid I.ITTI.K HOCK. Ark., April is now projiHtiiiK a Hi- four months in jail. ,c sessions lhu nu'in-; _._ _.. yrilf today at a hearing before f. 1. UloAnfflAmtN I lite House ny lien ;imi control BY AMERICA BARE-LEGGED GIRLS AMBASSADOR NOT ALLOWED HEREi April Jica's willincncss lo enter intu naval 111-. April .lifarmamcnl was formally voiced (IB) slocking, al-j toilay by flush Oilison. classes at Siirin fwld 1 j events and I no warm ,v's will be li.nl on the ncia-jw'Jtinr Kxlensuc plan- are hcin? AIIIIOUIK will SViO.v-.nl as a result of a series of leave liichway So. li at K'liMowu frcul; .-terms that swi p; 'sei-lions of i vie route and five l.nwei Mississippi Vaih-y Stales vearhius Victoria I'lis traffie jian aeain make (dnnrciiou witii The heaviest loss nf Ml" was if bound I'm- H.uis. Tiliar. Ars.. SO miles from or p.v.ns or ion- kill ct with Ilisliw.iy No. 20 points between Vidoiin I Antonin." Mr. r-aM. (or' made by a cumpeU'iit faiiilty com- make Ihe evenings teilaiumeiit one Hint will live lo in the memory of every liish si IK and their muny i drew irietnl--. IHin'i forget mid place! coupled Since San .latinto Day fell o siates lo Helium, 'in (Sunday this yenr. the hanks an.) thrall address before Ihe I.easue olhn- Victoria mMiUili'.iis p, ixali'ins prcp.iralniy l" tin- mwl-, are oliserving loday as holiday inv; Dis.irmaincnl Commii- and many flags are in i-iidcncc. II was on April 21. that Ih1; Texas army under tii-tiiiral Sum Ilmistiiii defeatc-d Hie Mexi'-w army imilei- Prfsiilent Simla Anna far 'he battle, of San .l.li into and Diild toward to achieve its iude- 1. Mi VICTORIA FIREMEN TO MEET THURSDAY ABOUT RACING TEAM" tin- iiriluipnl's of-, l.ccn alnuluiKed (liat the i> res pond nl. One went Aniericau envoy would outline the :e! lu-r snx ami Ihe oHicv Ameiican policy and there was from lu-i- interest lo see In li'-ni. and hrr i'liiled Slal rdiieiion of armameut. Mis ppi and Texas. Knuv neKro'js were vepn-.'i.-.l kiil-- il in.ii Dahiimey, Miss., and li'iu-' rods nfirrs injurt-d. 'i't n per- .ins v.ere injured near llolivar. Mo i WEAtielEfORT -tiHiditicfs, unsettled and wanvo FONEBAL CORTEGE OF, FORMER OFFICER IS OVER M1LESN LENGTH The of cornier lleputy Shr-rifr Heiny Saens. IT, osif tiie viiiim.-
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