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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 25, 1929, Victoria, Texas J WILL HAVJ "While Gold Frames" Not only tlie latest, liul comfortable, strong and stylish. They arc wearing them now, DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION, Geo. H. French, Publisher. FOR FURNITURE AND ii GA? STOVES SEE HOLLAND mm I Easy Terms Phone 159 VOLUME 31 FIRST. VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWESr VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 25, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum Timely Topics NUMBER 246 ATTEMPT Ill's mill never I novel- slaml In ilouljt; NoililnsVi m> biiril but seimh will1 riml it mil. HciTk-U. AMERICA HAS reckless in Ms nan and waste (if its natural re- sources. Tin ii- aih- (liiiiinntiuii hiiH caused various lor ecu- liomy am! i-ic.iscn-alioH. One nf ij latest st'-us in this diveclion i-! (lie i ffoi'l of the Conilnit- on irtllizatiim ut the lie- narliiieni to interest; n million in tnatinfaetnriiiK articles nut of tin- [ninli'-r in IIOMM anil crates which now Rues lo Wi'.s'c, Al.llly juvenile; an- ai-iiorrl-' ini; tn a statemnt recently is.siii-l' ill WashinntCM. v-.hiel, explains: i Alllllllli Of VidOHa CollCCjC i mnv taken by: Will Make Merry Fri- to clay, May 3. wiioilwni-kiiii- simps in nnk-r; BE ANNUAL EVENT: FT !Light Extension To Country Club Is rlnSI wipnnn ami" i Committees Appointed to Ar-: aiiiHsoineiit d.-viies. directions rantjc Entertainment u m-epiircd by Program. I in. L, ulliiUL JCPF' fJ] lint; i-.mi.-ii nave neen by the nuyi'dlll. in an T H P H H S j I SI H v nttraclivc hooWct under tin; Mile.. Aliinnii ami tin, 1 H T j'j! j j HlJ N 'Yon fan Make It.' Tliis booUet! Victoria .innim- College i--riday (J SlJiU 13 a ISO J is (be first nf containing w-nins. May lipsimiini; at ______ K the committee's H '''chick, will make merry in tile i i u t Juslratcd ami in Miilditis-. al whidftim'- PaSSCtl Away 3 FCW Mill- j lime. Cor us- in "the yes-! fil'5t will be ci-le-1 tltCS LatCF. i; .-.slims of playiiovuinl and bvaiccl. j "ans for sueb an eveat. HEAD OF GROCERY FIRM "Chanibfr.s of lifoini" an annual; ft intJiested i f K-! Funeral Will be from Resi- Ancr- and will get fma.v in., i at 3 O'ClOCk. Victoria iost iiiioth'-i- prominent Clean-Up Time plojecl is to bih, i-lenrn-sti- an entri-laininent It-a.sL a the iva.-itH inri-'-s from a rery Iifehly citizen i nf the nre.sent (jiujy tiniiiy when I.. ill, presi siiC't-i-bt's :'lent aiii] genera! ,jf tin1 V. tliey tlleil iniL-iiial jnir-; A" "f Hi" iaitiln- c-1'ar, isil will iH-obiilily w-el- srm ery firm, liieil snd U b'J im laill'-d An aliunnns of Hi Trai-ikally ovny lively milsica! lieuly of a h-arl aiinienl also will In; ,in to I'.'.-lji affr 1" :ii which it i; William to dispose o." vieioriii .imihn- i-tdl-e Streei. Mr. a( littfe or no say, slau- muletini; iis Fourth [lf atlaeka and had umle- limit frun !h, t, Al of til- MviVnu-tit of a only reason conlainw.s a.ird term, clasps were res.nnod IM-'t few days. He' was about i have nut innrc liniv.M sally The slrdctilrc I'Mi'Iy this n.nniinif ;tliJ in the i, no i is of tbi- must beautiful tho office as nsital. Alter I What May Prove Decisive H T I 8! n nr Battle of Revolution ft' L Beimj Foutjht. U i id u U3 ;LOSSES REPORTED BIG nHlfll i Federal Cavalry Repulsed U II S8II! After Repeatedly Chary- n ing Rebel Lines. j j i .MEXICO CITY. April vi'ik-nt Iwttie wliich may iirovo decisive confiict nf the llevol'i- Three Different Surveys: .-r a from Macie.for Line But Only uniay. -rweh-o One Feasible. eisin thOU. lnl.-eii lie- initiaiive in at- The'scln'id verv <1 I- C- '.vsm-iaVc i tilivl Par, Cotlliiany of this citv. This i S lal.nratory. ioHlriul. tiiat ho was fc-olilts A. I.c'vi ainliVVUmAl Jim into ine Iiands a ple'lTVi-''S1 "bunt his ehesi amli''1 business and soon of' PlfiUT' 5 .-nnld n, This iiinunit- Teo. nne nf must nv.dern i .Mr. ,lVw or Ui I lUf! 1 ,s U-e is tnnv Tiie t.dar fiebls in south Tcxivs Mr. bad lh" SUlU'- ils toilay con- TrVI fl" h-.K ami iiiinuise.- K-itnW. i; lutilrlin- ci.iv.ii fleiihone iall frum Hi.- V' iirin- "Wnized Ihc Crm-f.-'' Coiiliiint-fl on jiafu two) t mum THAT IS ALONG HIGHWAY The S-'cilnral eavalrv Alcw Highway Route Has um met Bcbn Staked But Not uitl'' Finally Apjjroved. I1'5'1'1. _Jj__ Mrariululf., I'tjik-rjil j uirs swt-iU over liit- roijL-l ironvlscs Otitnil rower ami Liulil lianys ,he s.ilmrlK tin, viiy to the ,cl ,n Va.-torin Country Club's new club ,.ivini ,-r In-iise will he imiefiniiely dehyeil and b-.i-sts ;md nien'sv.'eiH II.e all by sbi'cr nianpuwei'. DotJi Tin; company desires fnllmv fariunsly. tlie neu route c-f Xo. r, purti.-d le. ire Ilei'.vy. j IliRhway -anil until; jll.is aition is by !he ileiiart-: ment the will pnsliioii" h.i.s niiule three ,u'.-} M'-ASIHNiJTfW. Ainrl ePTURN surveys tin- Jinc. but has i V. Sinclair. UlUnlS UH j, -nil maciMte. ha, the unly feasible une. rniPfl FH 51 ihiijie iMCLipiiti: a jail K of nineiy days imposed f'M' iii-- 10 come to N'.-iisliinutnii to himself May ac 01 10 Win '-I IVcciVt li iu-ie. IS FATAL TO JOKES ON iVIANY IN HOSPITALS U. S, AMBASSADOR REBUKES RUSSIAN AT LEAGUE MEETING I''.....I've IIKII. an.I a Ji, When y......el 111 llie plivs.., :.r.' iiy SiiW The ciin-'iu leiiiir, ,1 in t nil! in .Inly. "i 1 PLANE'FLYING TO i.ivssi-.- ]M, -j.'v.......K WUH i ii, and d ________.________ r. U. 17. ilivW Ciiy. towns Ibat. il .mnbl V- bis MnilOC Heavy downi.onrs of K-linmn- 17 a; lhl. V'tWiidii-il. II lonierns city rire henriiu- a T nUUOL rein and lin.i .1. i tin- ,l( .Miii'sliiil H.e Cob'-n. of a iniHi, c-'iiMlian. in' r-i'i'i, d MAHVIS' I. bims.-lf to HAV WRAWnMNR HVFR n.--.. 1: aml (.r, Ufli tirmnuLuiU UVun, mvM-t.i. -.......-.......-PAY OF ITS LEAVE FOH FOR MARRIAGE OF ANNE IN JOHE it i.-' "M 1UJ 'IVx''s -V" in Victoria in ITiil. t-aritneni nn fi-nn the 'day. al Air mnn.il.bim- j, i I I meal lei' Ui lhr. .Mar-anl i in addi'.mn In i niivi-nliim. nl v.cre u-u lh, m- (i.r ll-'in'-enl.iilM' Vench, Kill" KciilsiJUe wiiisl. The s.i-sb w-as Liked with lii.n Da ih! i O' ca-io-i hnU'- I !ie t............................ .ovec inni C. He I lien I m. m.i. .....u- I..U-- a n.-olniion Oirei rijit thai Hpuvei- i us ink 10 v Wiili.s and f-, -OI'M'u'U ;o rck. sc.n n j, fur fonr 'Jliiu.- IW tut L j'm..V I'resnlein 11! pi.iu... Hie fwleini.-! C, Mrs. C'lioiu.l Cli.nl. A. l.ii, .ivnor IVnio v. .1.
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