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   Advocate (Newspaper) - May 9, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                FOR SLAYING OF WIFE "White Gold Not only the latest, but comfortable, and stylish. They arc l Bearing them now. DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND Easy Terms Phone 159 i  jor. j Ayainst President to Cox was .shot down iti Duko's I HOtlSG yard as he stood at the side oC the ]______ minister's wife. She testified elm'-1 uniietr AOAIMPT ni RM 1W llw trial to illicit relation, HOUSE AGAINST PLAN Cox. Rev. nuke said when he shot he thought hkj life was in danger. Some Members, However, i Opposing Plan in Farm Bill Want It in Tariff Act. WASHINGTON. .May jThc DciiioiTatic-liisurscnt coalition whlrh handed Hoover fll'st   arrested last night :and placed in jail. i Walton was killed when he ivalk- ;0d the jurist's- office Saturday Sheriff arover fioyil of Calhoy...! to tell him fit his secret murriasm County came lo A'ietoriu today to   his duiislilcr, Tderosa. IS, last confer ivitli District Attorney J. Y. February. Tom aud Theresa, were jlioth students of Ihe Uiiiversity ot burglary eharpes in Port "le niarrlngo ami urged her this week. 'sun to tell the cirl's father. His men under arrest are clias. imoli'or a tier the fcilllh.g an ambulance to Vanilenbaitrc, Jr., with students of Ihe University lhe arrest of five yoniifr men on 'Texas. Walton's mother bro o'clock iin the splendid eindev adontion of tlie track the college athletic field, jdelientnrc plan in tlie Senate lo- The Juninr College will be rciiresentcd in the oratory divi- sion o[ Ihe literary events by Miss Kvin McCord and Clytlo l-'ischer. V.'illiain Mi Curry and 1'aiil Kidwell. hcys. and Misses Corilcr and y .Mackrell, girls, make the debaling teams of the institution. PATTI WELDER H. S. day served notice that they would fight any effort to strike the plan out ot Hit! lull in thu House on a I point of order. SMALflilOB MINERAL WELLS IS ALUMNI WILL HOLD EET1NGJAY 20 The seventh anniiav meeting nf the Alumni Assoi-iation of the 1'atti Welder Miffh Hdinol will he held Alonday, Jlay 20. All the nhirnni, Junior College students, fatuity and trustees arc in anil urged to attend and enjoy the chicken barbecue Mid the good time tl'al is hcinjc planned by the nru-} gram committee. The place and the time, of meet- ing will he announced in this paper', ;it a later date. Please make your Si STAGE IS BOILT FOR CORONATION TOMORROW reserv.-vtion.s- early with the score- llcr PLAN IS ENDORSED BY FARMERS' UNION KANSAS CITY, Mo.. May Resolutions favoring export de- henlure plan in farm-relief legisla- tion, and opposing increased tariff schedules are ctiual and were passed ai a meetini; of f. K. j Jl U nntional prrsi-! More Ihan thirty years wa a answered simply D I I IRE 'llPnt Middle jlirr.inlnr-ul young merrhan: of Vic- i Finally losinit his pati A spacious ptaRe is beiiifT built on the athletic field at Patti Wei- for Ihe beautiful j.liimerson. 2S: John 113; Louis Nelson, 2S- Good- tllc "liul the of 'man. 22. and Hubert' fraven m MeAtcster. Okla., for All have lived In Tort for snive the past two years or more T i 1 n'-'resa, her inoiher and her two tlaieji who located (here a few iiiontlK :sisiers are in an Austin apartment. i wlu-ie Theresa h recovering from Three o, msi, were an.hl llm, The phv. [m Hie act Oc an estah-' u, lhe jlishment implicated lhe others. ,-or I All have admitted their Kuilt in; the jhootins.-. Haii.ll- jfiom to three cases, according said, "I hail to protect my :to Sheriff r.oyd. who said he ivoiil-l I oppose any of tijem receiving jiu-iiiled seniencos. ihiuks arresls cleat up many petly thefts Imrclariea' that have IU-PII com- milled recently in Port i.av..ca. JOKES ON VICTORIANS We thellcri.-i who is still in business here 'liad returned from n uiarkel (rip to Xew York and was tiisciissiui; .the pleasures of his trip with a Hern Stales' presidents of MIXKHA1, May j i.-rho Fiirmm. lias -Trn wen- :U jsi.onsortil osport rteornluiv l-eniH. J.s iniiw uorllt a summary. f.HC.l UK- "HW you crcl In Hin-ah when a fmt swept the town (miay. of the fvlcurt. Oh Motor vevo SL-IU from for ho Paul, lie U, sotMlic Broat in out (.-mi.-4 id rni tii i u :ntO inan- Kirnoh who was the IhiNi- UiraJ of (hat prrii.vl ni'fl, liy the wjiy. no relation of P.iul UprnhiM'iJ. ,i Irtot cm tho iufiiiiivd INI (Itc-r. iifjd dio mfrdiuut ft jilfoii: iluti'l know abntu that tomorrow {Friday) when Miss r.iulhiG Pulney of tlii) j senior fla.ss is to he tTouncvi tfic Qnoeu of .May. I The program will start :it 7 The will (aV 'I don't nhoul s win fin tiis'.itrl for I lie crowd. Th-: is (-onihilly invited to iittrml Xo adinissiini will here lo help fisht (he Maze. REPORTERS DENIED USUAL RIGHTS IN OF SlNGLAiei inueh as lhe exruut dehenlnre jwill aelnally inereasc- priee fur tin- 'fanner, jih dire our support to ,111111 plan in tin- fai-in hill fur the lariff measure." The summary said ifiat the found the l.-inn relief hill Ihe llmise "ijel'ertive. in of renderin.; stibsiaiitial May help and willl elenienis of prave denies (o the I'o.oprralives." The eonreriiirii.' Idll DO ml ins liefore the Senaie, Harry F. Sinclair, is eapahle of twins so ad ail.-. scnlciHT.I lo fin flays in jail ministered as to he ot some heln lor of the .Senate, con So ilie faitner, it was, stated. i Aftf.r nf tue offic-ir.I "Isn'i it a far'.. Mr. Levy, that you do remember all ahom il hut ilnn'i want lo tell this jury alioiil This last made Mosr- sore, knowin what he did. and h- fired this bt, al Ihr- district attorney: "Why iu Ihe yui: tfll them, you w, r-- D A H Vi vere cut Hie i-omiiBiiy irt cxpecteil to app-'ul OF SYMPATHY MEETING IN WAKIllXUTON. Tlie paw rule whh-h liapermcn Informalion tinned lod.-iy   :i l.ions flnbs of T-AJS WEATHER REPORT Tonight sliowers. and Frid.iy i-londv Hear .Mr. Kreiu-h: I My atlrntion has- hrfn railed id the arliclc apprarins iu yesterday's Advoeale under t h c hi "Jokes on Victorians." My ohjeetinn lo Hie article is not' jhased on the inf.'ietii.- one would a witness hefore Ihe Wand .Inrv. J1' ('IVV' .TO- ease mvcsllwllon "n" 7 .u-ite iidlwion. inil Mo- f-r next s o, in e I I T lM'ny' Whl" N IWV- was M fatf tiMt me ir.iM win ..HOIH illc rniinu me niior.ed in in N'orth Haven. Maine. (si 'the l.I.uis tin's hut H the hei.e, bo he had a la.se of Kn. and. mem, ty ami al. pro- Vmll, ,.....fHi., .IKnnulcd by the dtstriet attorney lia s. jln-re today. .session oi the 'sympathize with Mrs. K. .mil family in [heir present here-'tvc- incut. Mr. Kjein's death ivas hy all members due to the (ail ,nvaer nf park am! lhe team, inieresi in ontenrasiiis the idevelopmeiu of every l.nv. .sincerely ihi.-, and jnin> Hie family   

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