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Advocate (Newspaper) - June 10, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Frames" Not only (he latest, but comfortable, and slyliih. They are wearing them now. Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist TE -AFTERNOON EDITION- FOR FURN5TURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDOR Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo, H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSI' IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 10, 1929. NUMBER 285 Timely Topics i >f -t AND WHAT is so rare as a day In June? Tl on, if over, como perfect days; .Then Heweii softly tries the earth If it bo in tune Ami over it softly her warm ear !nys; Whether we look or whether we listen We hear life murmur, we sec it n. FIREM GO TO GALVE THE MEXICAN revolution re- ,ceiilly concluded Is sate! to have 'cost 4.fJfll) lives and The expenses of meeting Itie revolt seriously disarranged financlu pi ins of Hie exisIiiiK govcrimieii' and makes it necessary for some Outride assistance. The that no serious friction between the American .and .Mexican Uovcrnmcnts during tl is revolt ami that be- tween the two countries seem to be cu u better basis than for many 3ears can he attributed In large degree tlie successful ambas- Morrow, uld appre- Vwoi-k lie has done. GEO.W.EASONJ7, DIED THIS MORNING AT NURSERY HOME George W. Kason, 77, died ;it liome at Nursery tills morning at three o'clock from paralysis, with which he was striken eleven years Deep Test Well At Nursery Down Feet! K K of Dwlght W. The American people shonh Former Victoria Boy Dangerously Injun LET'S "BLAZE the way" lo keep I! e glaze THE LITTLE fire you leave may ijleLYe you little. LIBERTY DOES not stand for rarolcsncsii although .she holds a HELP KEEP America from -go- lo" EVER SEE a man wnsli his face? lie dips his hiinds in the water and passes them over his face a couple of but if sonny attempts to pass up such an important rite vith such casual attention he is im- mediately collared by an observing elt'.cr who on washing both Mr. Kason was a son of Mr. uml rs. .1. II. Kasein, deceased, ami a brother of the late James Kason, and was born at Mission Valley, ibis county. He was a school ICiich- er dnviiiL; his early manhood and served for many years as a depu- ty United Slates marshal and rail- way claims ayeiii. residing at Rock port, Tyler and other points in the slate. Six years after he was incapacitated by paralysis, he eroded a home at Nursery and the niKlit before his family were to j have removed Ihere from doclieK his wife dropped dead. Mrs. I'liinUti formerly was Miss Klizabcth Onderdunk. Ihe daugh- ter of the hile Gilbert Onderdonk. widely known pioneer nurseryman of this county. She was buried at Xuf.sery .'cm! Mi, Kason and Uvo of his sons, Fisler and David, took up their residence there. Another son, Claude Kason, is a traveling salesman, and surviving also are two ihiiighters. Mrs. William Jacobs and Mrs. Innis Gano, both of Dal- las. The funeral will be from Ryan's Chapel in this city Tuesday afler- noon ni I o'clock with burial in Hie Kvcrgreen Cemelery. llev. C. FW'wsler, pastor of the First Events in the of Little Men p 6[ his 'oafS isl Cluirth, rites. WE TRY to keep np to the times a most things hut we still huve (tlht old fashioned idea that the dis- linc of hard work is the best UK ever devised for the growiiiR I boy and we like the lad who would al anything thaii bum spending money from his dad o his mother. IN THE EXCITEMENT over farm relief, the lariff. etc., no Am- erican citizen should forget to the progress being made on f-n hill to provide for reitpporlion- Xnient of the House of Ilepiesenta- DEMOCRATIC BUNQUET IN HONOR OF SHOUSE AT CAPITAL TONIGHT Juno Several hundred Democrats gather around a hiiiiciliet table here loniRht to honor .louett Shouse of Kansas and Kentucky, receutl> chosen head of the pennaneh Dcmocialic in 1 ery congressman will admit facts, thai such tv rcapportion- ;nent is provided for in tlie consli- 'tnlion every leii years, that none 5 made after Ihc 1920 census, end that we are being governed by a House whose membership is bas- ed on Ihe 1010 count. "As a result we hivve '2'A mis- placed seats in the House of Uep- says Senator Van deiibcrg. Itepublirun of Miclu'siui. who is lo.-iding thc fight lo provide for prompt reapportionment here- Batter. "And what is more imporl- iviil. unless ereht cinoatis tile ae't unless (here is at lion we shal have 23 misplaced electoral voles in 1M2." The. proposed bill makes reap ''jiortiomnonl an automatic proces after eacli tensus. The nulliflcii j-.'lotion ot the constitution for Ihe pus years shows this need. In In representative government, there .f' 'A is every reason to make represen- (ation proper and holiest. The ve- hill .should be speed- THERE ARE SOME people so Ilia.) tlv.'y get mad when they fishin.2. because Ihe fish bite ail', make them re.bail tlie hoi'k. IF MR. RASKOB will only fic- ur. out a way for the poor man lo some sarsdns, mrniey Hie poor might be in his 'new slock-FcllinK scheme. DON'T GET inroless with snakes. C. Snyder, a snake expert. blltcn! by a ratllesiuike lie had the first Domiicrati' athlMins of national importance ince the election. Kpceches will ic made by National Chairman iihn .1. ISaskob, Henatof Millavd of .Maryland. Itepi'eseiilH- ive .1. IJyrlie of 'Tennessee and Shoase. llaskob is expected to announce bo itMluclion of the party dciieil 'rum to SlioO.UOO and to isk party leaders and the rcspcc- ;ive stale insanixations to sot busy tor thu liquidation of the tjalance. Unusual Amount of Gas En- countered and Precau- tions Taken. BLOWOUT DEVICE USED Head Driller Brought in Dis- covery Well in New Oil Field Near Hempstead. The Humble Oil ami Refining Company's deep lesl in the N'ur ery shallow gas field his' reached depth of two thousand [eel. This i fivo hundred feet deeper than ny of the shallow wells were tl ril- ed and every change in formation 5 be ing The well is located on Ihe Jay j Welder IJaneh ;uid was. started j ivith A -2li-inrdi tishtail bil but ho- love the surface casing could he set the hole had lo be with a M-inch Heed roller bit, which was made to order by the factory in Houston :nd the largest rock bit ever manufactured. The surface casing was set at ISO feel and an IS 1-2-iuch hole is now j being drilled. j An amount of rock and gas huve been encountered in the; well and Ihe casing bead has been j fitted with a gas blowout tor and very thick mud is being i tarried as precautionary measures. Truck Backs Into Him While He is Standing Against Wall. HIS ABDOMEN CRUSHED Third Blood Transfusion Re- sorted to When Youth's Heart Weakens. of .I'lLiestmrn. Burial will be'i'uesday afternoon at o'clock to be hy J. E. Uyan, local tunera! dircc-i cjlv to tor. JOKES ON VICTORIANS CHARITABLE PEOPLE ARE ASKED TO AID FLOOD SUFFERER GALVESTON TO NAME MISS UNITED STATES AND MISS UNIVERSE iK.mllci! Ihem for ninny they got him at last. Thirty-four girls from as inanj Hies and towns in the Unitui Slates looked forward today to th selection of "Miss United Slatc-s tonight in the Fourth liiternaliona Pr.seant of Pulchrilude and Hat! ins: Girl Revue. "Miss Universe'' is to be chose Tr.esd.vy night. As cheered the bea lies paraded along the seawu boulcviird yesterday afternoon i fancy sports costumes. A wiltiti forced several lo seek the pr lection of umbrellas. Striking tumes featured the parade, mnkii picturesque scene asainsl a hack Ricum! ot white caps from the salt. The Ion foreifin beauties seemed to receive more applause than Ihe American contestants. All were ac- corded an reception, how ever. i I rhin-itablv inclined Victorians nre MAKING- TUB FLOOD OMSK, j lit out and went to Meyersville in i hole lulcoliart County, where he is said to i :lil1 'loim Younk-'have found a sooil practice. Some 'industrious and deserving i-olored It Uhe ground to stir Charlie found a e formiitious said to he sun- a u -rv oi! I'oe'iwl emotions and the re-; iwo weeks since Mr. J. I farmer wlio resides wesi 01 town, r lo tiiot-e 01 H. i rise jn thc River i the agent of the Southern His home was carried away by the ,1 brousht in some moul is A thr yml. (hcl.8p rcc-eivcd a letter from Dr.! recent flood w.uers of the Ouutla- Ihe Humbie LompanviU i.acoon vietm.iwl_ na wiu be'Kliimer's fatber in New York, en-'lnpe Itiver nulo anolher stanza closing a check to pay thc younu- land. iToalinn from ils blocks over The condition of Xeville die son of Mrs. Helen Fleming of Han Antonio and fonder Victor- ian, who was injured in an accident in Sau Antonio Saturday wiis improved this mniLiin'4 bnt still very serious, acc.iidinr; lo advices eciVetl liy Tolalives herV. Tilt: v man's abdomen was ;rushcd by n truck whi'-ii lacked into him while lu: was sl.uuiin--'; liiail ,-L a blick at I'.'lh- 1 western'Hell Telephone varehoiise in Han Anton in. lie is: under treatment at (he Medical mid j Surgical lucre, liii hean j was very rimuiity strengllicned last night by a ihir-t blood transfusion. This is the second serious acci- dent that has befallen Ihe yi utli within tlie last ten mouths. Last Seplemher bo was badly injun.-! when an anloninbile ove1 L'lfni'd on Ihe Yicloriu-l'ort Lavac L highway. His father, the hue W. N. FVminr. a leading ytnilliw-est ranchnuui. Chcif and Six Other Dele- gates Left for Island City Today. [RACERS GO TOMORROW Three Local Teams to Enter Reel and Paris Rule Events Thursday, Chief V. H. Fritz, City fire Mar- shul Ike Cohen, Chaplain .1. C. Fel- and William Tasin, Joe Urban, C. Albrcc.hi. and Kay Laiiase left liiis afternoon lor Galveston to rep- ic.H-ui tlie Victoria Fire Depart- ment at the annual convention o! ihc Texas Firemen's Association. Tlie Victoria Department also will In- tepiesenied by teams in tha tin-men's reel and paris rule races t.i he rim Thursday iii connection the convention. Tlie paris rule races wiil he for the Connor cup and the reel races for prizes Tlie Victoria racers will leave for Galvcslon tomorrow. They .Itiliu captain: Carl Hil- ler. Claude Uiley, C. Iliilleniiyi. -Slokos.-Einil-. Mnnsch, Louis Comliest. (Jeorge De- Viileneave, Herbert Krehmeier and Marion Warracli. These eleven men compose the reel racing team two iiariii rule leuins. of four, i men eacli wiil be chosen from 'among thorn. In practice rllBS-lho: reel team has covered Ihe distance' i m.tde it: 2'} secondv tint whtrit 21 lo io seconds .has- i bien ilic winning lime ia previous stale races. pud near Hempsuwl. The com- ny also tlevclopcd a shallow gas there before; drilliiiK the deep st thai came in lin oil well id Ihe man who drilled this well now tin! head driller of the Nur- ry well. noted from the following a The Advocate received in the mails j man's expenses home. Mr. Crais loduy. The stanza is signed .1. H. i wrote to him at Meyersville appris- 1 tnird fence iilons Ihe S While we don't know what him of its and site. Tlie was badly dam- aged and nearly all of the linni.ih ilijs lost or ruined. O.S. JAIL HEAD TO SEE EUROPE PRISONS HAI.TIMOKK, Jnin- ivses OtlenbeiliiC'r. oimg man would not [more of til-1 as- a tlieck from his father but them di-ilin would demand moie thicks; "Some Ilireo months since arrd ill this rily n line Ii snranio il iliai this Ins fruit tan be grown to ;.erf .Soulhwtsl Texas. Kv man and tanner cart: for Tlnee Is Till; Netherlands. Jure: H.- (hNS) The Hutch Government today pr.parcd to send Iwo cruis- ers lo, Hutch West In- dies, when- a band of men alleged j I) be Vi-iii ziwlan citizens seized Hi.- water front and carried off Ihe nevnor and cumm.Mider oi is-oii lo sea in au Aineritan f fine wine yearly IKMIII: ol W. H. Sbimi-r. HtfJH-cuId be a and heallhful ad- ;i physician ol h-aniiug and skill, i dition lo I ho ttunt'orls of the zuol.i. to t.-' bind np. :md ;iitor "lic'l at th" Cov.r vine to 'catch on' here, he best." i foreign minister denies any y of a (ontHcl with Vene- ilr liie ni m Ihe raitl, I.wicnce Hoeher, 12, recovered the special stick of yellow pine lumber dropped witll a parachute by Joe "Flying Lumberjack." his airplane over Victoria shortly after one o'clock this aft- ieinuou. Tin: parachute landed ja hoase top in tho DieshMli Addi- r'tiC'ii in ill" eastern portion of tM 1 liiiy and another boy was climbing 1; ;he li'inse ahead ot Koeher hut itdl olf. H" did not hurt himself. Tiio lucky youth receiv- ed a luuidsfmie ironing board cab- i'.i..t us a prize tor dc-livering the lo Hie Anchor Lumber Yard. sponsored tills publicity .-tun; in v.ell known former "fly- iiis rbiick" of Ihe oi t'ontball team, is nuking uvev this section oi th'J iiiriio Augly Lumber Com.- of and ilic this ccMiipiuiy's is by menus