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Advocate (Newspaper) - May 14, 1929, Victoria, Texas INJURED "White Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, ilrong and stylish. They are wearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND mm Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. Timely Topics THE TRUTH Khali make you GASOLINE, SO VITAL !o motor- i.sls. seems to sell hy complicated patterns, It Iliu of Driccii by Iho American Automobile Auso- elation jilmws aiiyHiiiiK.nl nil. Ou February the being clunked for ibis motive fluid wire reimrieil from ICijO motor dubs, scattered over Hie nation. On that day prices- iimtfc-'l from 32 lo cents [let1 Ktfllwn for slr.'ifelil run .'visolinc anil from la to "7.5 cents for layh (e.u exclusive of UK (ax, which vun'e.s In every state. show- ml til-.1 lonesl prices at Okla., ;mrl Hie !iishes.i at Wallace. Idaho. As in previous prox- imity (o s'jiircc ut supply appeared to lie n factor in detenu- iniim mi-runt pikes, since prices were in many instances as to I lie nil fk'lil as they were ill lioilll to which a loan haul was necessary. Prices at tidewater wore, on the whole as high us ihose charged at inland One of featured o( tin? snney its disclosure ut' Hie lupirlky willi which prices change within small areas where basic eiuuUHotis such us rentals, i.upjdv and dctiiaiid lire (lie same. -SK- IP YOU simply must fly. use an fill-plane, not an automobile. HIGH WINDS arc Hilt tin- only (liirtKs liiijli tliesn spn'iiK days. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 14, 1929. Subscription; Per Annum NUMBER 262 X m Ex-Sheriff Fox Tells Of Bloody Trail At RefugioB Mysterious Blast Wrecks Front of Three Buildings. FOUR OTHERS INJURED! Her Romance Wrecked Accumulation of Thought hy Some to Have Caused Explosion. Leslie Knreiibon. 25. a former Vic- j Inrlaii, was amim.i; five persons in-i jnred in u mysterious explosion that I wrecked the fronts of three, busi- ness establishments in, Clirisli Monday afternoon. "Hittfr j IIIK glass- many fuet up and down the, street. An accumulation of t-iis is Ihonsbt by some lo but caused Hn: but MOST OF THE fishermen nf today said Hiat iis origin remained undetermined. country are their oil! yarns. MANY MEN do not borrow be- caUFc they can't find anybody tu make the hum. AH early dispatch said that na.il was Hie nmsl seriously in- jured but it appears from Inter ac- counts that Hilly llii-li School siudiM.t. suffered Ihe worst injuries, ile was cut severely and THE ANNOUNCEMENT Hint wrenched. Otliure company is being in vvru >lisfi Oliver, receriu- York ID establish regular d hie service helween tin: west coast and Honolulu, (iroviiied certain mail conlracts can be secured, eliipha, size tlie being miulo by aer- ial navigation. Tliis is nut sufik-iejit, yon may perV; up In learn that the Graf Zep- pelin expected in I.akchnrst. the. Jailer part of the week atnl Ihat four days nficr arriving, i.-i t.v jwcleil start on Hie ix-liirn jutir- Jie.v to Kricilriclioltafeii. IN THE OLDEN days man re- l.'iined his yoiiliiul flsure with a dr.ily stun! on the wood pile. Tlie mo'Kin way In achieve the sain re.-uH is by a system nf exerciser Known as (he tidily llavf trieti hoth and wiisle tile muil- cm inclliiiil is just as irksome as the old plan. IJiere i.s pilu of lo for one's efforts. ly cliosen iiui-cn of Ihc Hishi After Icarninp on iier wedding evejl'Ctween the hall and Mission Itiver i Among the prominent lawyers who Kehnuli Mrs. .1. O. Aslihilru, audjthat the man ol her choice was brought lo the hall. John daii-ia. j ready married, Hoi-tense Stone, j 's H'e contention of Hirer's commission fo rthe executive nstm. a native of Seattle, Wash., 1135 disappeared state in ils offorl to couvicl .lohn study of law enforcement, George Pass, formerly was employed no clue to her v.-herea'uauU has McCrabh, Tliomaston ranchman, j W. Wickersham, of New York, is Ki-iU'W's Kiorc Xn. )ii.' found- Fear is felt thai iniirder in connection with Hie considered a very likely choice, came here from Chrisli mill lliw done herself harm urged death of tho girl. I lillcriialwna) X disappointment. relnrned there lust .March lo Hie emi'loy of Hie Hlar Driip .Store. llnlenialiimal Xewsntl) uiie of Hie e-scililislijiiciil.-; May Be 'Appointed JUST GERE So Young Men Who Danced' Wtih Annie Johnson Testify. SHOTS AT DANCE HALLt jMone Heard Witnesses for State Say But Shots Heard Near River [Special To The Advocate. I.IKKVIU.K, Ten.. May Johnsnii. Hi, did not kill her- j in front of the dance ball at; Kefugio but was sliiin ai some poiin IIS 10 IW Mrs. Turmey Stricken i Salc of of Sectiri- 1 ties Withdrawn by Coun- ty Today. may be picked to act on Mr. Hoov- by explosion. Ile lus a wife [mlfin H. 11. Wflbaiirnt ol Xrn-scry, i against whom n companion casej jwas dismissed, testified Hiat the A reacheii into Mcl.'raWrs car! fmnt The lollowiiii; dispatch is repro- 'Vivo' were in Ilcl-self! (biced from this nmrnitig's Houston Tlu. ,.U1.1 UMaWs The slate iiiti'oihieeil leading citizens of jKeiiiKio us witnesses lo prove that! no shots were I'ired at Hie, dancn To Traverse Principal Streets Beginning at Nine In Morning. FAMOUS ACTOR ENGAGED To Give Free Performances Twice Daily and Other Free Events Assured. Sidi-iiilid progress: is made wiili Ihe for the Sixth Aimiiiil Victoria District Pair. n> open on Tuesday, Ocloher S. ac- to reports made hy iho dc- paremcnt heads at a mcelins of Ihe Hoard of Directors last night. A new feature on Ihe oimuiag day will lie a sorxeous uar.iilc stased hy Hip schools of the clly. The parade will traverse tile prlti- ;cipal slrteis of in B nf marcli to the fair grounds ln-gtn- ;a u u. m. V. I., sn- of (lie Public Schools, i COKI'l'S CIIKfKTI, Jlny (eiritie exnlosiim of midoicrmiiic.il i Continued on JOKES ON VICTORIANS V. I., (iriffin. Vicunia's efficient OF BANK ooAiiFiEDTOD4Y _____ iiK-nl aliraetions at Tbis year's fair. i, i will include a trie I; mule and Hall. Oihcrs Kind Hii.y heard shols 1 Four new directors oC Ihe Vic- :a hinli that can h-ap i-oinins from Illc, direction of the (oria B.ink ami Trusl Cumiiaiiy.-ovi-r a seveii-piissen.mjr sedan ami Mission liiver ami that McCrabb's'.clectud at a recent uuetiim of the ('hapiwl. a clown, acrobat ami eijuil- ear did not ivlurn to tho street iii slockholdcrs. al a meet- j il'rist of national reputation, and 'front of the hall until after these jing of Ihe Hoard of Directors liaiaed ihigs. Thi'st- cxliilil- shots were heard. afternoon. They are V. S. Fritz, it ions be yiven twice daily, in it. in friun VotuiK men wlio had danced wilii; Dennis O'Connor. 1.. I.. Si 1m.-licit EVERYBODY IN Victoria should liavo a prl'He ill every yavcl. llciii the uwm-v ii at- THE PEOPLE of Hie civilized natiims are attains! lime, but if some fool slaris a row. j involvlnK natiimal honor. Hie raids I of war will smile again. THE REBEL Mexican army is fasl losing ils ers. That shows the dauber of carrying on a n-vobi- lion sn lo Hie line. I'll blie supel iiilemlenl. fornier'n- -m hfi'a-ii.- n i J mt n J' V' Hie aud there also the ..Iher ,lav when he c, n hi- v -T T A" "M !A electrical wizard, show how fie dis- M who ha, served at various poinls W1 scuvu u.'l( j ashi'-i- -rmimls. Tiu- aKrieuii'iral program has will he s..n inveiiiinn: i i fm- vc-.r M ,trn -is THE AVERAGE h-Md i.f the bniwir nerds no as lo V.'lll'll -lip Week ll.lf jiisl passed Hironuli of Ilicm, ViCTOBJA DUCHESS b to Advertise FOB MM EVENT Victoria Short Course! T, at nntton llw 'nut nrrivtd. Tlie Victniia Oil nud Cas Onn-jc-a! my iinil CiuuUlinit' Valley of nno .vf is t int-E ni thf u words ieji'irieu mu( ll iniprov- his il.ariner-s he n'avli" any plant Hi.K lend.-- its aUr.Klivc- j The home eonipiinies ilidn'l mean', i., s iy Mr. de, pu-as.i' at f> o'clnek in to the scene. THE NATURAL beauty of loria shuiibl by WasliitiL-Mii." Continued 011 page two) T. of tU- A. Vrtlkmil -U.M.- l.> Hie M. ilin.i lleri-l.ivd liii.i.-h namnl. The l.i-; been to li-livr-v (ianailo .in evenr... nddiv-i Ihe Ti- 1. Tlnrsibiv. Ib.il ll.e bib Hie MMiin.s Mi-s v., l.n v..li school on A -Uu-re Hie bv .meen of Hie I'atti Hi
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