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   Advocate (Newspaper) - July 2, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "WJiite Gold Frame." Not only tho bul comfortable, strong and They we wearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Spccialiit and Optometrist Seo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Termi Phone 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTMWLSf IN GENERAL. Timely Topics THERE LIVES more faith In holi- est doubt, lltllevc me, lliiin in half tho creeds. iiy son. A WORLD registration o[ auto- mobiles, us of January 1, was re- cently undertaken hy (ho Depart- ment of Commerce. According I" tlic Ijcst available Inrormallon, thcro were automobiles III the world. Of tltcso, were' passenger cars. The world at large has some- thins more than thirty-two million automobile.-; but of lliese the Unit- ed mates enjoys UK- use of 21.029.- 921. or very nearly five-sixths, in (lira country (here arc something more lliiin Ihrec million trucks and something more llian twenty-one million passenger cars. There were some otlior imprest Ilia statistics Withered lit (lie same- time. For example, tlicro arc 'IJ62.S32 moiarcyclcs in the world, but of these Great llritain thc having registered mars tlian onc-fourlli, Germany rallies next with about one-fifth, France third with about one-seventh, ami llio United Statt-s fourth with approxi- mately one-twentieth. The world registration of milo- mobiles shows a steady increase, from in 1821} to the 32.- 02S.574 in 1020. Tho ratio of world passenger cars to world popula- tion is c-iic car to every seventy persons, whereas in tho United Slates tlic ratio Is one car to every 5.0 persons, or thirteen times a 5 many cars. FARMERS ARE perfectly will- ins to settle their prices by the iaw of supply aiij demand where there, is a great demand and not too much supply. OFTEN Hie man on top 15 stand- ing on shoulders of his friends. RADIO WILL piny an Increasing importance in future years. Citi- zens can hear programs, silting comfortably at home, without the exertion of turning .1 page or train- ing the eye. The number of broad- casting stations are, however limit- ed. The available "channels" are not inexhaustible; in fuel (lie air is so "crowded" that many stations are only permitted part- lime operation. The day will come when tho privilege of possessing a channel for a. tow hours will be worth lots of money. The public is fortunate already in the recognition or puMfc' owner- ship of the Federal llndio .Commission issue and revoke "licenses" to USD certain clianncls in the public interest. Now Sena- tor Xyc, Progressive of Xorlli Da- kota, proposes another step for- that the government cstab- llr.li and opcrnlc a radio broadrast- itif; station, which would be eulire- ly frcn of any commercial control. U'o heartily approve (Ills pur- pr.no. It seems a lo.gkal and valu- activity on tho part of the government to increase thc discus- stun .11x1 public Interest in public, Iss-iiKi. It will aid in the o: more democratic and more re- sponsive government by Increasing the Information of the average citi- zen about his own political affairs, for even congressional debates could bo broadcasted. Of course, such a .station must be impartially and fiiirly operated. PRESIDENT HOOVER is oppos. cd to tin; scheme to Issue deben- tures to merchants exporting wheat in tlie amount of onc-tialf the tar- iff. He h-nys that if (he debenture on wheat is 21 cents a bushel, Ibc prim of when! would bo 21 (puts higher on domestic market tlian (be world market and that any benefits that might accrue from tin; plan would gathered in I." "xpttrl merchants and specula- f'r.s and not the farmers whom it it intended to benefit. EDISON IS looking for t smartest boy. Well, lie won't find him. The smartest boy will ilo without any help (rom Kdi son. Sonic obscure nrchinc no OIK dreams will over amount to any thing, will be the Kdisou of Ihr iif-xt goncralloii. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 2, 1920 28.000 Subscription: J6.00 Per Annum NUMBER 304 EOT WORKERS STRIKE H. L, BURNELL, 58, WILL BE BURIED AT VICTORIA TOMORROW If L. liiirncll, GS, of Chicago, futlier-ln-lan- of .1. M. Haller, Jr., )f this clly.'ulcil at five o'clock Monday Jkfteniooii nl Kcrrvllle, where be went for the benefit of s lieallli a fen- weeks ago. Mr. niirncll was born in England November 22. but had lived in Chicago pratlically all ot his life, lie was prominent in banking circles there anil associated with the Federal lleservc Bank to-.- many years and moro recently with the Citizens' Trust Company. He. arrived in Victoria a month ago on a visit to his daughter and because of I lip condition of his health left a short time later for Kerrville to recuperate. Mr. Burnell ia survived by bis wife and two daughters. Miss Har- riet llurnell ot Chicago and Mrs. Dallcr of this city, the of one of Victoria's best known dry goods merchants. All with him when he died. Tho funeral will he front the Southern Pacific- depot here at noon Wednesday upon the arrival of the train bearing the remains and will be under Masonic auspices ivilh burial in the Ever, green Cemetery. Rev. Lee H. Rob- erts, Episcopal minister, will con- duct the religions rites. VICTORIANS' LITTLE GRANDSON EXPIRES Saturday, .June 22. Sir. and Mrs. W. C. .Massey were called to the bedside of their little grandson, Ir- u Hay Masscy, son ot Mr. and Mrs, IV. I. Masscy of Port Acres. Mr. Masscy returned to Victoria June 25 but Mrs. stayed as the baby was still very sick. On Tliursiliiy morning (he liltie boy passed away. rwin Kay Massey was born Sep- tember 30. m? and died June 1B29. Ho was taken to the .Mary Grttes Hospital In Port Arthur on Tuesday, June IS, where, lie re- ceived Ihe best attention of doc- tors, nurst'3 and relatives. Funeral services were held Friday, June 2S, from the resilience. Rev. K. K. Kt'shings officiating. Burial was made in the (irecniawn Memorial Park at Port Arthur under diree- tion of Granimler-nesmukcs. Snrvivinjf, besides the parents, are the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Masscy of Victoria, and W. H. Perkins Of Uoose Creek and a of uncles and acmls, Hy his aunt, MISS EI.I.A MASSBY COLORED RESIDENT 115 YEARS OLD DIES AT SPRING CREEK I'urrell Tisdale, aged 115 years, colored, died at the home of Dan Tisdale in the Spring Creek com- vns held this afternoon at 3 o'clock of old age. Tho funeral will ho held this afternoon nt 3 o'clock, interment to be made In tho colored cemetery here. OC1E NIX, 23, GETS LIFE IMPRISONMENT FOR SLAYING WIFE XKW BOSTON'. Tex., .Inly Xh. sa.ycar-nld farmer, today is under senlence of 5fi years following tin) verdict of the jury dial yeslorday fonml him gull- ly of poisouing his wife. Nix was taken lo the County foltowini; the jury's re- port. The stale asked for Ihp death penalty. Friday's Hurricane And Storm of 1886 Compared KB! Auto Fees Cut In Two And 4c Gas Tax Passed Continued for 24 Hours and Reached Height in Last Few Hours. FRIDAY'S STORM BRIEF Wind Velocity Probably as Great but Duration Com- paratively Sliorl. OJd timers disagree as to wheth- er Friday's hurricane was us severe as the sturm of 1SSU, which caused the abandonment of indianola, once important Texas port. All atfrce however, that the recent storm was the severest since that of 1SSG. The iSSG storm blew as a steady Knlu for 2-1 hours and reached its height between six and o'clock in the morning, subsiding about two hours Inter, while last Friday's storm lasted only, three and a halt hours, beginning at five o'clock in the evening and continuing until o'clock. While there may not have been much difference in Ihu maximum velocity of the two .storms, the ISSli storm did much more damage in Victoria and resulted in many moro casualties, due to Hie fact that Hie continuous gale for so many hours loosened many structures before the storm leached its height. Fur- thermore, the buildings in those (lays were not as substantial as they are today. lie-ports of the damage done by Friday's storm continue In he re- ceived from outlying sections, At Fannin, (iuliail Comity, the large stone monument in Ihu Fannin Bat- tlefield 1'aik was blown ilmvu and the Methodist (Jliurch lifted from its foundation, and at Cologne, Co- liail County, the Southern Pacific depot wrecked. At Tclferner. this coanly. (he rowing from Hamilton's cow shetl.s were scat- tered over Hie prairie for a dis- tance of fully half a mile and Ihe roof one of Chas. Kidman's rent houses in the sumo locality was carried nearly as far. I'raclirally every community iu (lie conniy 10 poried thc force of the wind was as great. In ibis city, some of the damage not previously reported included Ihe unroofing of the New York liny- cr.s' Ahsocialion cold storage plain, the tearing of shingles from the lowers of our Uicly a' l-oiirdi-s Chmrli and damage to the front of tlie Proctor-O'Connor building. Probably uiie-lhird of the wind- milts in tlic storm area were wreck- ed. One Victoria firm. I lie Victor- ia llaidware Company, has already sold over one hundred windmills to storm .sufferers, ilisposini; of carload in stork and ordering two more carloads. The lumber yards also are rcrcivitij many orders for repair mateiial. WEATHER REPORT All Texas tonight and Wednes- day partly cloudy to cloudy and local thunder showers. Along the Concrete WANT TO ATTHl AMP.-THE OWE VJE. PASS EP THIS MATTER. WHE'ftt SToP TH 60VERNOR Only Awaits His Signature to Become Effective Immediately. LAST LEGISLATIVE DAT All Major Appropriation Bills in Act of Being Finally Passed. Victoria News of Long Ago NEW Mr. Henry Lm-i is building in our city a large two-story dwelling house on tho block opposite tlie new rcsidcnco oE ,Mr. McXamara. This building will hc a tasty mid h.-iiulsonio improvement to Victoria. Mr. diaries Alden is now having ereclfil cu the block facing the Market Square ,1 large two-story bouse which lio removed from La- vaca. This bnildint; will he used V-y -Mr. Aldcn as a Tho Advocate of }Iarch 21, JS77. ClIIiRCH the exertions of theiv cr.erjjclie pastor, tho liev. I--. Stwr, the congregation of Trinity Episcopal church has recently suc- ceeded in t'erariiis fine Inncd hell for their church edifice, and here- af'er tlie hour for services at the "little (hnrch 'round tlic corner" will be by thu riiiKins n' the bell.- From The Advocate of March 21. 1S77. fJ.-MI.KOAO The county Mr. F. R. I'ridham, ha, assessed the road- bid ivid track of Ih" T. and P. Railway in (his a( th-j rale of jivnoi) per mile. Tim com- IKiny insists that it is excessive and will appeal ID iho Commission- erf' Court for ,-i rediKlion in the asfessnu-nt. The total lenslh of in Victoria County is Ihirly-thr.-o The Advocate ,if April 11. 1S77. aocKKV ci.rit ruoPosKD. An oiKorprise lu-tn started iii this (ity ilnrini; the p.i.-t few day.- which meets oar earnest pic.-.al. iiriiili'men bore liiniM-e oi-Kani7.p a jn, key club fr-r ITOVJIO--O of havin.it a mini- be: of r.n-.s d'tritii; tho f.vr noxl It is the iiitrution to offer aljiin! one ihuusaat! dollars in pur- svn, topetliev with such amounts as may he added by the Fair Asocla- tion, in the hope of including some ot tlie flyers now on the Texas turf to visit Ibis section, iVe are pleased to that unite a leng- thy list of stockholders has al- ready been obtained tor the club. -From The Advocate of .May 5, NEWSPAPER fO.N'TKOVKUSV. Tlic t-ily water works of Victoria is composed of a bole In thc ground and a 520 wooden Ua.II. And Ihe editorial ontfil or tlic Hall is composed of a grey ROO-V in-ill and a damphool as propeller. Advocate. IB addition to thc "water works." we neglected to state Uiat tlic edi- tfr of The Advocate was used m Ihe "squirt" to throw tho dirty j water of Ihe Ball. And as amended remarks on the damphool of the. Hall arc now in order, it may be observed that his bead is empty enough lo hold all (he dirty water SQUirled this Mde of The Advocate of .May 12, 1S77. OS'I.V THRF.E V-Ains l.KFT. i Owing to fhiDnci.il trouble, the Fair Associ.-llion of has dis- solved and itj property has been Isold. The prospect of having a at that point next fall has been abandoned. This will! leave but three associations of this Aii.d in the West: San Antonio. I J.ockhart and Victoria, and hy ar-, j rangemciit the timo for lln> j bilious to bo helil by each has lioen so there will' be no conflict.] l-'rnm Tlie Advocalo of May I'j, SEVERE INJURY TO ANKLE SUFFERED BY ALDERMAN HUMMEL City Councilman Jake Hummel will be confined to bis home for some lime as a result of dropping a piece of iron weighing over 150 pounds .-ig.-iin.st his left ankle, bad- ly bruising it and rupturing a blood vessel. The accident occurred at Mr. llnmmel's blacksmith shop. AUSTIN. Tex.. July tlic hist legislative day of this ses- sion of tlic -list Legislature all ma- jor appropriation bills are In the act of being finally passed. Only Hie engrossment of free con- ference reports and their formal acceptance stood in tlie way .of the completion of all the important business of tin's session. Seiiiilor fins Hiissok of Sclmlcn- burg wag selected as president pro torn ad interim upon nomina- tion of Senator Joe Moore of Greenville. The Johnson House hill appropri- ating per year to (he Hoard of Water Kiigiiieers to make a sys- tematic study uf tho underground water resources of the slate pass- erl both houses. The bill raising the fiasolme tax lo four cents and reducing automo- bile registration fijys fifty p-.-r cccit was finally passed by the House and is ready for Governor Moody's approval. As soon as the BOVCIIIOI signs the bill it will be- come effcclii-e. a.s it carries an emergency clause and received Un- necessary two-thirds majority. Affects 1900 Shops in Amer- ica's Bicjpest Garment District. WAGE DEMANDS CAUSE Advance in Price of Clothes Expected if Strike Con- tinues Indefinitely. XKW VOHK. July Twenty-eight thousand cloakmak- ers were- ordered to strike in about I.OIKJ cloak and suit manufactur- ing shops today. The strike be- came effective at 10 a. in. Wage demands are (he principal factor in. the strike. Disorders marked the "strike and a number of arrests were made fol- low-iiig battles between strikers and non-union employees and ".Ink- ers and thc police at intervals. Considerable excitement pre- vails amojiK the milliiif; crowds In (he garment district, the biggest iu America. Art advance in the price, of clothes is expected to be one re- sult if the strike, continues indef- initely. TWO SHOPLIFTERS OF BLOQMINGTON CONVICTED HERE I-'raiK'isca I.cal and Jesus Biestos, cliai-Ru'l wilh Ihe tln-tt of dresses under tlic value of i'fl from Slilb- bl'-ru-M llrntlicrs' store at niuom- iimfon linrint; husiness hours wore convicted shortly after the Conniy r'ourt enlivened for its sum- nu-r ti-rm Monday and given Od in jail. CKMBTKIIY ASSOCIATION. j The nfficer.-i at r  Miss Annie I.inn, corri'spoiiiliiiR Mrs. .1. .M. Drawiisoii. livasiir- i-l .1. H Moody, ,1. M, I'. Alluoiii. John Million and pi- ZIMP Sibley. Finance Committee.-- CLEVELAND FLYERS OF 84 HOURS FOR ENDURANCE RECORD CLEVELAND, O., July llyroti N'cwcomb and Roy leading contenders for the airplaus refuelling flight ondurar.ee shot past the S-t-hour mark in'thell monoplane at a. m. today. The present record, held by Keg Rabbins and Jim Kelly ot Ft. U'orlli, is J72 hours and 30 mln- Ut'-S. FARMER KILLED AND WIFE BADLY NJORED IN GAR-WAGON CRASH TYI.KIt. Tex.. July liillie Ktephons, Iu, piomiiienl Uiil- lanl farmer, was fnslandy killed here today and his wife prohablv fatally injured when a car in which they weru rldlns collided wilii a VMKUII. Tlie ni'sro driver nf the wagon was slightly injured. The recov- ery of Mrs. .Stephens is considered doubtful. ANOTHER PAIR AFTER RECORD LTLVKR C1TV, Calif.. July 2.-r- a Buhl air l.oren Mendell and R. n. Relnhart Implied off here at tnls morn- ins with an initial load of 150 gal- lons of gasoline in their attempt to shatter Ihe world's refuelling en- durance record. HOBO COLLEGE" IS GIVEN NEW NAME HYDER SUCCEEDS ATZ AS PILOT OF FORT WORTH TEAM CHICAGO, July low caste implications of Chicago's famous "Hobo College" have iu- diucd the president. Dr. Ren Reil- man .to cliange the legend on tlis window to "The Free School of Adult Kditcalion." Dr. Heitma-i, picturesque head of tho organlza- linn, founded the Hobo College sev. CM) yciir.< nyo and since thfln it lias become famous. Business men in the neighbor- hood ooji-clvrl to tlui title, statins 1 Ihe new name would lend "lone" i to the institution. FT. WORTH, Ti-v. July Snyoer. iect-iitly rt- signed as of Ihr Houston i Huffs, today Is the pilot nf thc Worth llaiifhall Clnli. [.lake in clinic- nf llu- Cats for llu- pasl 15 ycai.s and im six 1 consmitivc l.caL-ne pcn- iiiinis and five -eries for Ft. Worth. At- annonncci) iv; Inimediate plans oilier than rest. 1 YOUNG AMERICANS i DEFEAT FRENCHMEN IN TENNIS MATCH WIMI5I.KUOX. Kn.sland. July liNS) -Wlllmer Allison uf Texas .lolin of Xew youth I fill .Aim-rican UAVIS cup stars, creat cd a sensation in the tennis championship contests Ir.- dav tiy trouncing formidable Frt'in-li comliinaiion of Henri CoeluM JaciKcs UniKiioii In tho ipiarter finals match.   

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