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Advocate (Newspaper) - July 9, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Frame." Not only the lateit, but comfortable, strong and jlylish. They are wearing them notv. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyeiight Specially and Optometrist 3eo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 VICTOR -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Eaiy Termi Phona 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA SOUTHWOf IN GENERAL. Timely Topics EXPERIENCE Is like lhu stern lights uf a stiii) which Illumine only the track it has Col- A COMMUNITY instead of sil- ting down ami idly wishing for In- dustries to cume anil longiue for the things Iliiit build a IjlgRer and belter cily should souk to create a ccnscloumcss the people 11'iU tlicso things can lie secured. Otico this Is done, industries ;Vicl improvements conic and Ilio city will grow and progress. A great many human enterprises are largely ;in attitude. of mind, large- ly the thinking we cim. The KM mo is truo of a community. When the community "success" con- sclousnes.--. a belief in Itself, a viction Unit it dot's not have to acccin fain meekly. bnl can achieve and ncnulre. then the things de- sired" will conic and the commun- ity will grow. A WISE MAN says: "The way to TiirAe impress is to Kut ,i mental picture of yourself as you would IP. Ke'.-p this fixed in your II is excellent advice. If yciing per.sons would set up high standards to which they would aim avoiding thai which would distract Uiem from the high place they would Ilki; lo occupy in the world. the world would be far better than it is anil growth in civilization iniu-li more rapid. Only n very few biu-p low jdeals, what- ever they may attain to In the wtirld. Hot your standard high and keep your eye on it. SAMSON, strong man of Diblital fame, lias the right iden abonl ad- vertising. He took Iwo columns and brought down the house. THERE ARE fear that due to (lie general use of cr.rs Hit senile art of milking will he- come lost to the race. feel the danger is slight. The fellow who riilci- six blocks to his office is lucky if ho finds a parking placp cfcser than four blocks of the of- fice door. WHENEVER a man who never mows the weeds anil gr.vji about Ills place soils it we feel like pul- ling the item under head of meats, Iho ic ADAM DIED with tile Rout cordlii" to an ancient documcn by the Herald's College London. TWENTY-FIVE yews ago good road was the exception. OUR ADMIRATION for I.iml l-eiKli Increases. The wedding cere tiiouy was just lypc one would Colonel and Anne .Mor- av.ay from the public's curiosity was especially good. Lind hcrgh is tho lypc of idol that will live, llr tmfds tho public at arms iniKlh. The natural desire of Ihe public is I0 paw over am! kiss its idols to satiety. AE soon as Hie public liiv< done this it is through with the victim and is on the inokoiit for now victims. The public; had its way with Hob- feu and liiJIei! him in a day. l.ind- hd-Kii ii at arms length and as lon.i; as lie docs lie will keep il-; admiration. POLITICAL OFFICES make cnvaids of some men when rc- eleilion be ihe price. Too oltriii promises arc made and ap- pointments dangled In front ot leg- islators as a hail for their support two years later. THE HUMAN race still alcnc al the job of it- self. FVrinilirally ,1 loud hurrah up that loo many divorces aro bting granted or applied for. WHENEVER YOUR own import- .ii-.re looms uppermost in your nind f-.i to your hanker and ask for n loan without collateral. U yo-.i get it. are risiil. JUST BECAUSE Ihe sun shines in full four and ihe days are hot VICTORIA DALLY ADVOCATE. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 9, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER 309 TRADE X RABBI HENRY COHEN CONFIRMS CLASS AT VICTORIAJYNAGOGUE Last night al Temple ll'.N'ai Israel In Ibis city confirmrvtiou services were held. Rabbi Henry Cohen of (ialvcston officiated. A class ot six Louise Alexander, Florence liose Leruer. Margaret I.evu- er, I.eali Lazor and Lour was confirmed. The temple, newly painted and refinished for this solemn occasion, was decorated in simple splendor with beautiful flowers and ferns. The lighting ot the temple lent a radium effect. The Menovah lights near thc altar, consisting of seven lights eatli on pedes- tals of burnished brass, threw a glorious halo over the platform. Promptly at o'clock the pro. march was played by JAJ r-% f-i ritish Sub Disaster Claims Twenty-Two Lives H H H K H Rome Plane Mot Sighted Since Taking Street Car Strike Ties Up New Orleans u-ssiunai marcn was plavcd by Miss Ida uraniivm. who presided as kOlllSIOIl OCClll'S in Saint oiganist. and the continuants filed slowly toward (he altar, three glrh on each side. They met at the al- tar, whore Kabbi Cohen received thorn on sacred ground of gen- erations and generations past. The r- confinnanls made n pretty sight rlPSt LOPfJ Of AcillflPalty BG- ali in white, carrying pink carna- tions and walking slowly mid rev- Georgc's Channel Off St. David's Head. HOPE GIVEN UP el rnlly tinvunl the for their final examination before coufirnj.i- lieves Crew Cannot Be Rescued. UXVDOiN, 'July tion. They sang their confirmation the men trapped in the SOUK. "Cod is in His Holy Temple." j British jsubnmrine 11-17. which was; Simon Levy, president of the con- i-ollision today with the ilrit- KiCKiiiioii. assisted by Dr. L-12, has.been [riven Kahn, opened the altar, and K. l'ilsl !-onI of tho Admiralty A. Kleinsinilh. reader of the temple v- announced this after-' for many years, took out flic sacred i Torah of liod placed it before Alexander ivas uncertain as to the conlirnuuits and congregation ll'e exact number of men n board e-u the or reading desk. 1147 but thought the loss of. After the opening prayer, Rabbi. life restiiling from the Cohen examined the girls by be-about 22. j the usual questions concerning' Tl'e submarine sank in St. their religion, mortal and im- Ccorse's Ciiannel off St. David's mortal life, the Ten Command- j No Apprehension Felt as Fliers Planned to Fly at Great Altitude. BERLIN PLANE LOCATED Craft Attempting Flight From Chicago to Germany Sends Radio Message. I'OllTA. Azores, July All i-iidio agencies of the Azores readied out into the Atlantic Ocean lod.-iy (race of the Koine hound "I'athlindor" piloted by Jloser Wil- liams nnil Lewis Yancey, but up This serial view of Canal Street, New can without the usual assistance of sired cars since rjencrally acclaimed as lbe nation's widest the general strike which has tietl up the Gov- shows thc famous thoroushfsre utterly devoid of j crwr Un2 of Louisiana has refused to furnish mili- street cars m the neutral aroimds, and packed with; tc, to the city in spite of urgent appeals and the had been ic-ccived concerning plane. tlie autos ol all descriptions on both sides. The popu lace of the city are getting to work as best they inability ol the local police to handle the situation. (Intel uatiimul N'cwsreeil nf all. and s for following path- ways of their forefathers. The ins and answers to the fun-' it dtiniental principals of their relig-' of ion, ilv.tics toward God and iniwi.j were all gone over and carefully! raponniled, (heir creeds, explained, F. A. SCHMIDT DIED EARLY TODAY; FDNERAL TOMORROW Victoria News of Long Ago MONEY [-110M INDIANOUV ,heir 'consideration, il U apparent that the revelations of the wonder- j ihcir briefs consecrated. Dnrins the class examination the Mrs. Susan Gisler Schmidt. confirniiinls in inrn. .V5 story 'lire wife of Klorln A. Schmidt. llortci1 llilvl" of .Jewish life unfolded, g, avo lip prayers to Uotl for charity. milcs known farmer resiilinsf a few Mr. J. M. fivowiLSoii was sonie- wl.al surprised on last Sunday au- crruoon to have iiis colored servant boy walk into tlie parlor with large of money, which he re- foniid under the buggy. Mr. stat Mr" of this city, died at the ;L111I had attended ofCerins was given. ilutihi Cohen pre counlry and parents, llabbi (.'ohcii Victoria Itospitul at o'clock in forenoon, driving the girls to place lllis after suddenly he- lhcrc il1 Th.j hoy also coiiiins ill -onL-rcRation Foods Co. Sack Liberty liell S. A. Packing: Co. 1 Peach Blossom lioiidoir Set. 1 box face powder.'! ir face orcuni, 1 jar tissue no reason for us lo forget that beautifying is an all-year- ml lound nndcrtiiKitig. The funeral will lake place from the residence at o'clock to- morrow- morning. Kervii es to include Iterjtiieni High Mass will be held at St. Mary's Church and in- terment will be in the Catholic (Vinclery. Right Uev. John Slue- assisted by Hev. Uimticrt fShiet. will conduct the rites. explained Ibis nishl." He further heseeehort all "to icaii pure, chaste and in looks, (lioiights and nnil Thc Kmh idmr-nt, "Uonor Thy patlier Mother." he slronsly. Hie children alxnvi to be- IK to help keep heads anil wrinkles of worry belief cone eruing Retribution and riom their brows by not causing Ihe Messianic was !hoiouslily Ihein anxiety, worry or despair hy cjcpl.iincd. Dr. Cohen closed his 'heir behavior allrl coiifirni- it was It was fortiitiat Kroni Thc Ad Novemlirr ;ii. "l.i Ki.KCTIilC I.KIHTS. ili-ir lit- lislit" seem 1'vi.r. iciiison "It'jt man etc. His lior.if. wliilo in! IiriMidl. Jr.. w.i.s nnni.ir-i with airlicd. He win president of the! C'UpiiK cinisij Naiioual Hank and j of tin- 1'i.rl of Corpus! Chiisii at i [K: litn. of his rtcalhi I t (Siraiiss-KrHnk To. m- i. 1 I.inuy-Jane" D tractor, tor th" slalo vonf j Belt of I-.d r, local i ifull speed, cam cow which was iplietH- reposing of our and yiuh an riniimv'" to Of horse, in.in and cow itiat inward-. u.lt which was of Ihe 'lungs, (ijm. ie prayed Hut Thpv ful inside than m-r ems In the conpre.s.Miou. All and Itu-re.l- was foroiilsidc show. Character, "America." after which vame hcne- nlity Siieiilists learned pvo- sidi- and chastity should be the diction. Micci-.-rfisl of his ami which was l.rilK.'. Tin- nd'itnl and UM fill invention of'lirlloweii, the horse an.i ete'lrical In of tin-. and the. whipped and fiai yet ivtai'hcs to Mr. spuned. still llr: was 1111- Al ihis juncture anived. Uui liorso and parted, ;vid the lit in his "Hlllc bed" in y !'r. 111 Tlv .UK i-. Court lions-} with iiccepted by Hi" Conn missioiii-rs' Conn tlii.s Mr. Wag'ii'l i> b. work 1 ii.'i civi'd. one and nil Two other bid J. s ami Dnvnl Conn-''1111' other fi.nn rvivnl Iiy botli hiiMi contrac- j ut 1 l.h. Can "Col-0-Niif Shorten- 'onv Iniernalional liefinmq Co. I Can Snncrisp as Oil Co. 1 Fchr Made Fruit I taking Co. Sccnml prize, (jiven lo largest family to tuwn on this iv.nh'.-i iKiy. ThursOay. July is, at Chamber of Com- niurfe. by m. on lh.it day; 1 liebbardt's Ori.sftwl Mr.tlrah who have ,iven ,he n lunai'i'ly Mi ..j. 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