Advocate (Newspaper) - July 3, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Framcj" Not only tlic latest, but comfortable, and stylish. They are wearing them now, DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist Seo. H, French, Publiiher. VOLUME 31 VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND STOVES SEE HOLLAND AML'Jh Terms Phone 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. Timely Topics I HAVE BUT i fine ,ake sent us on IMADll I Vrom The Advocate of August 11. j 111 AIYlAniLLU BACK FROM tfOXF.YMOO.V. Mr. L. K. .lerker .inrl bride re- ISf AMAI1ILLU, July VOUIIK men were killed and a liiitth injured when their sedan turned or. last Snndcyy from their rnllldi'd wiih a truck today. irlp to Now Orleans. looks -nil. and feels every inch the happy .llu, man he oiiuM lo be.-From The i Wilson, Henry Kllis was In- Advocate of September 15, IS7T. jjurcd. Due at A. M, and Dc- (jarling Will Leave at 7 P. M. PROG RAM ANNOUNCED Prize Events and Barbecue Among Features. The Yoakimi Southern I'acific shopnien and thbir families will hold their animal picnic at Vic- toria, Saturday, making n.so of (he beautiful grounds at Pleasure Is- land. The picnic, was lo have been held hero last Saturday but was postponed because of Friday's storm. The picnickers will leave Yoa- kmn on a special train at a. m. and arrive at Victoria at a. in., unloading al the picnic grounds through an arranKC'ineni with Ihe -Misonri Pacific which has track- ago facilities in Ihe vMnity. The train returning will leave Victoria at 7 p. m. and arrive <it Yuukuin at S: la p. in. The day's program will consist of all kinds of prize events follow- ing an address at 'welcome by George A. manager of the Victoria Chamber of Commerce, and a response by W. K. Garner of Yoaktim. Short talks also will bo made by Uail Ifowlloe. siinerin- tcnilciit of the Victoria Division of Ihe Southern I'acttii: Lines, anil T. M. Kcott, leading Victoria business man. Tlierc will be a barbecue dinner at noon. About one thous- and Yoakum people are to attend the picnic and Hie Vic- toria people have- been invited to join them in "enjoying lire day. The complete program is as fid- lows: 10 a. of welcome by A. I'riuglc. Response by W. K. Garner. Short talks by T. .M. Scott and G, U. c.ondloe. 11 a. events as follows: Children 5 ln S years. Candy kiss scramble, boys and girls. 25-yard dash, boys ami girls. Rabbit hop boys and girls. Children S to II years: Sack race, hoys and I'otato race, boys and girls. boys and girts. Children 11 to 15 ye.irs: Shoe race for boys --hish slKXs, low shoes. Three-lewd race for hoys. Apple eating lonu-M for fiirls. Sn-yard d.i.-h for girls. Cracker-eating for boys and il m.--Itartecne dinner served. 1 p. m, events for adults: Kgg and for men and woinrti. Kiit man's rave. Married hvlies' rate. girls' race (ages l.i to I'riio for man with Lirscsl im- family present. ;i P. Swinuning for Swiiiiaiin; for girl Daiitins from p. m. to p. Another Special Session Legislature is Called. BEGAN THIS MORNING Governor Says Appropria- tions Too Hicjh and Wants Them Out. AUSTIN, Tex., July Tammany Hall and the leadership of John II. Raskob, Democratic na- (ional chairman, were forced into the K'.'IO gubernatorial race today with tho -announcement of Senator Tom Love, oi Dallas that he. will be; a candidate for governor In the Demoralic primaries on an anti- Tammany Hall platform. NO QUORUM IN HOUSE. AUSTIN, Tex., July bare (juorum in the Senate and only 50 members in tile House respond- ed lo Ihe call of Ciovernor Moody for a third extraordinary session of the Legislature. H is understood that 75 members of tho House aro definitely pledged not to return to Austin until Mon- day. The Senate, although it has a liiiomm, cannot transact business until the House obtains a quorum, completing the formality o[ organi- zation. Senator Ous Riissek of Schulen- Imrg, who Tuesday was elected president pro temporc ad Interim of Ihe Senate and whose term oE office expired ten hours later, was. elected president pro tempire of this, session by a unanimous'vote- LIFE AND 20 YEARS GIVEN TWO MEN FOR SLAYING REPORTER LAUKIIO, Tex.. July hour and 33 minutes after being given the case against Tomas Her- nandez anil Raymond J. West, charged with lhc murder of Harry Williams, newspaper reporler, last January, the jury returned a ver- dict of guilty Tuesday night, giv- ing West a life term iu tlie peniten- tiary and Hernandez 20 years. FAMILY OF SIX ARE SLAIN IN-MICHIGAN BY AXE MURDERER I1KTROIT. July lieml victims of a fiendish murderer, the bodies ot u father. mother ami four children were found hacked to dealh at their home here. are Hcnjamin list, r.. Mrs. Kvanlist. and JeJU. Aniirline, Margaret and Morris Kvanlist. THREE VACANCIES ON FARM RELIEF BOARD WAS1HXC.TOX, July was loft ivitli tliroo viua Farm W, MoniTi whom Hoover plat'o.'. hae (K' on the federal oi MimiOi-ola, iXfitcrt one of tfvi m, Music by'Busifcc Orchestra, ,1 p, U'.Vu. ecial Je-ives picnic :it p. m., .inivint? in Yixi- knm nboui SMS V- m.