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   Advocate (Newspaper) - June 17, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "White Gold Frame." Not only the latest, but comfortable, strong and slyli'sh, They are wearing them now. Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND jj GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUB Easy Terms Phone 159 JGeo. H. French, Publisher. 31 FIHST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSf IN GENERAL. Subscription; Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 17, 1929. NUMBER 291 Timely Topics REMEMBER THAT TIME IS f IF YOU THINK yon are aoncl stop rcadlni; this article and fcU somebody to full oul Hie 'list of twenty words to Ins found In III? IIP (I paragraph. According lo tt auives al the University of (.'all- forpl i Ihey arc Iho moil frequent- ly mlsvi'lkd Ijy bliidcnls. Hero :tliey are: Semitic, lose, ninety, privilege, villain. chamaiKpia, accommodate all vlKlil, repetition, ecstasy, cxhil aratc, hypocrisy, indispensable, ir relevant. sruTlle'k'e. slider seilc, councillor ami embarrass. WELL, IT didn't lake Congres long lo imsli His Mexican revolu- tion off the front pase. THE AVERAGE spring has found out Unit the seed cata- logs ilou't toll Ihe half of it. 'V LIFE'S LITTLE JOKES: W.-llch- inf; the tiffk-c hoy bcsliiTiiiR him- Kcdf when Ihe IKISS happens to IciuklllT PROHIBITION AGENT SUCCUMBS TO HEART ATTACK IN VICTORIA H gg W A n Seven Die In London Paris Airplane Accident I GUT ..i BSin n l> SOME PEOPLE won't believe it liiere are ;n many hicks in Ihe 'his uties as there are anywhere Cibl IN RECENT YEARS (here ha: byii a jieneral development o summer camps for boys and sirf jsniu viional anil cliaracter-bnlliliti; vacations. Tlip federal linrcau o 1 ('in ilion believes every etfoi f 'should he made to "encourage th establishment of camps tmtil a t'iiililrcn in this country will hav opportunities lo enjoy camping n a prv't of Iheir eilnration." The bureau'? statement says th: "tlie organized summer camp, form- erly though of merely as a means oi' recreation, is steadily 'recognition in the. field of edt'ca- "lion. liKViiiiiicli it offers ideal for Ihe promiillon oj .menial physical health, social levelopment and spiritual growth, J'. is taking its place biipidemeiilary the home, the school -and the church, in the ediunlion of school chililren during the period of tlie summer vacation. "From its earliest beginnings K (illlfspie, fit, l-'cdcral pro- hibition c-nforcemelil iiKi'Mt, died nl Ihe DcTar Hospital in Ibis cliy Sunday eveniiiK al six o'clock of heart trouble following 11 severe al- n[ asthma. lie had been tder treatment at the hospital rice Kriday. Mr. was transferred ere from Houston on Mnrch 1 last ml was rcMideil as cjiie uf the iiveriniietil's mosl efficient pro- ibilion officers. His chief, V. .1. Inlhod, depniy prohibition admin- strator of Houston, anil 11, Ii. Hajii- IIGHKNNEI ;enl of Houston, were present ihir- g his last illness. before enlerint? Ihe ervice Mr. (Jilb-sple was a pros-, .erons slock farmer of Milieu, l-a- Qu[ Of Eleven PaS- ialle Connly. where his wife and SCngei'S Reported tO iwo children reside. Mrs. Gtlles-, pie. ill herself, was unable lo come i fiaVC ril IMIbU. iiere The bndy will he shipped to Milieu for Imrial by Ihe CKdd- ftMERlCANS AMONG THEM j man-Waters I'ndertakins (Jompr.ny. i rnurnTT Wireless Before Landing! FUNERAL SERVICES Said Plane Had Deyelop- ARE HELD HERE FOR FORMER VICTORIAN! Mrs. Callie Hell Fly. 93, widow of the late Major Cl. Fly. vhose death occurred in San An- onio Saturday morning, look place rom Ihe Southern Pacific depot icre this morning al o'clock ipon Ihe arrival oC the train hear- is tlie body. The funeral was very arselv attended and there were, uanv' beautifnl f.owers. nurIM KOLK1CSTOXB. Ens- was'nude in the Kvergreen persons retried erv Rev c. n. Brewler. i'" hvcs of Vhe First Methodic Church of Victoria, assisted by Hev. O. j channel plane made a forced InmV of Hrst "h siiinmer cnniji proverl an excellent tiiruns not only of inter- tstinf; and wholesome recreation lint also for iirovidins edncatioi during the vacation period Along the Concrete Urged Hoovers to be Careful in Their Social Engagements. ivities of Negroes in the White House. Four Cilies and Outlvmtj Country Daniaijed by Tremor. ed Engine Trouble. FOLKESTONE, Eug., June 17. Seven persons, in- cluding one American, Were killed today when a yianl Im- perial Airways plane plunged into the English Channel while en route from the Croydan Aerodrome to Paris and Switz- erland. The American was A. Meis- ter. inn Church of tins city, officiated. r oue-lialf tmles south of FULL DAMAGE UNKNOWN i I Floods Following in Wake of Quake Threatening CHy of Westport. WrXi.lN'dTOX. New Zealand. J'.inu persons are, lit be deaii anil scores in- as the result of an earlh- wliich rocked large por- Kion uf Xew inland today. "te cities 'if Christthurch, Nel- son. and Coalpori wen) lewdly affected by the tremor. The I throughout the country 13 Carried Poem Telling of Act- riie extent ot the catastrophe will be tV.nowu for .some lime. ______. 1 serious floods are threateiiins Jmu' I'-'f City u> Wcsitori. The ucfii'li of Mrs. Herbert Hnovcr in enteil'ainiiiL; LH ihe wife uf Oscar Del'riesl, Chicago congressman, caused an uproar in the Senate this ntiermniii v.lun Senator Hlease of Sillllli Carolina rKiir.' l lie s of tlio While House m lie in nienls. The resohitiinl carried a poc-m tellhiK of Ihe activities of negroes til the Wliifo House s made a heroic efhnt ANOTHER EFFORT TO OETORESGOE ABOARD SHIP have it stricken from {Lie Oregon, June effort will he made toiliiy l.i rescue the nine men. in- t.Imlius Cmilaiii Johnson, who remained aboard tlie Steamer WASHINGTON SAYS W. SASSE, 69 The pallbearers were T. P. Tray-jC: lor and Lloyd M- Stevens of Ibis The body of one of Ihe killed IT'S NOT ciiv, Taylor, Madden Fly. j ,.i to Folkestone aboaid iiv, Taylor, Madden Fly. ,ia re-citi- boat four hnurs alter the r., and l.amar Fly of Gunzales and Milton Hill and .1. will live survivors. Tlie success of this worK is atirih tiled largely to the fact Hint the of or man: lient imllldes a well balanced i'fo-ijH _, l.r.iin of work and play. Kmh camp- er must assvnnt1 some resiionsihii- ity and contribute stHlielhtng lo- the. cMnp. i-ainii deserves a i p'ominenl place in education he- llo -educate tlie United States that June itV.e capital of Ihe Unileil Stale-: r.ciiove it or not the nation's cap-ji.; not as hot till- people say." j iial is not so hot Chamber of j They phvn to prove it with testi-1 DIED FUNERAL if the hulk is still afloat. Tlie ship is pounding to pieces at tlie resohitim, as a favor. ,o i'oinl ai ihe mouth his friend. Senator Itiiivliam j Columbia lliver. One seaman (Mnneclicnt. and "not cauw i, i was drowned when n la- offensive K, Ihe hi-ue wave swept him from the Twenty-four :ned. I SMITH ATTACK RECALLED. driven ashore. Sasse, GO. Al'STIX, .luu, Urrifi, and i.rok. In ivrn. DcKKK-ratic tcadci in out to sen UUo thi: uftt'i'iiiivl stayttl near railed that Iho urni-SnuHi V fOtitvihuHon milking in TirovHling t tlr-.s for :i hoiilihy aiul happy cliilil- Lnoil for 'Iho hnys jtirts til our (pitutry. ]n the itnrl inform- nl 
                            

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