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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 7, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Eyes fitted DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 609-10 Welder Bldg. Phone 233 Geo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 32 Timely Topics VICTORIA -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNlTURfc AND. GAS STOVES SEE s HOLLAND AMDUh Easy Terms Phono 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY" SECOND, SOUTHWCSF IN GENERAL. THE MEASURE of a man's life Is (In; woH-iiiiimdlug of H, mid not tile THE PRIZE slogan roc-cully uiloplcd on! of larso number milled ri-iid as follows: "This Is your it." The Kciillnieiil expressed is one which every home and farjj) owucr should Homo owner.; in Victoria, Coun- ty .shoulil consider tho great !m- 'jirovi'incnt which could be made on nearly every fiinn in this conn, ty at a very liille cost. A liruken fence nieiKlnd, the undc-rgrawth iloarc'il out, nnsrtjlilly objects mov. Oil away, a lHUo while-wash and jmint applied, a few flow- iiud shrubs attractively cul- tivaled, and any liomu in Victoria County can lie made marvelolisly iiltrai-tivc. We hupe the good housewives of our county will de- vote somn thought and attention towards br-autil'icallmi of their Iilaoes. -1'Jiis .i.-; your IjeiVttify it." SUCCESS DOESN'T mean .so much uii nights as being itn-aka in tlic (lay ONE LITTLE word may maiio a new friendship or break an old one. THE MAN rwho was horn great may not die Hint way. WHEN THE ivilonwbile -inutnv fai.lurcs of AmiM'ira had produced enough cars so thai tilde was one In neart.r i-very family tlint could tray u car, thr-y did not stop mak- ing curs in- 'advertising them. Rather lliey got together wid suiil, "now we will proceed to sell eacli family another cur." They might have saved (lioir money and said, "everybody knows our car and all about it. why ad- llni (hey didn't. They advertised all.lhc more. .ortentfincs.il morcliaiit (hinks, "Why .should I JOvcry- one here- knows me. 1 get their If this sort Or liolicy liait prevail- ed with the manufacturers auto- mobiles when (hoy had solil every one a car they would have quit. A murdiiiul in-eu Iliougli he i-j I tic only nicrchwit in his locality, i-iin make money [iy advertising, be- liy advertising he unit in- crease his salr.-i. He customers to buy more, lo buy tlic m-w things that t.oine on the marv- H? can stimulate desire and di'imuul and lints increase his sales and his profits. It is. (lie rmctci-ii luerrhiutilisiiig way. H 'is busmen. WHEN GEN.- Resistance gives nivay; jMiilily cotncs.di tin- front. ANOTHER THING Unit ij back- wards in man's world. When a yoimg man gels married his friends tondi him for cigars and other fni-Hw r.f treats. His friends photiM pass the hat for him. THE NEWS-or tin: death of (loorgi- wiiii h cnriTd Di'ii'inlw H. first nuMl-died in what is nnw Ohio ,Ian- 7. ly.iit. The imhlisli- int! It was iiin and Hiiniillnn Uazflle, of Cincinnati, nml a ropy of it is in the posses- sir-n tin- Hislnriia) ami rhilosn- Iihiral socii-ly of oliio al cinciit- A iiajior then inildislicd n: Ctiillicodu'. ii is not likely dial (lie in-ws roadic-il it earlier. The news of the ileallt filled a lol- tiiiin and a r.f the and 'lie was siirr.iiinilcd liy a faitu lilack holder. Thro wci-ks l-i is in ii vapid news tiaii.iniisHiin iu days of te-In- ami radio, but have been a snort reconl llvn. Tin rislrr pulv lls'ieil al Kingston. lml print (he news till January tlial invi IIPI-II so rxii'rlimial ih.'l nionsaiids 01 (insiiniles hmv bfcv, prinu-d, somc r' lbnn haling boen as copies of ibc oi'igfiial ciliiinn.-oliio lie.fir. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 7, 1929. Subscription! Per NUtMBER RYAN DAIRY DELEGATION COMIN MBS. BROWN, 77, TO BE BOR1ED HERE AT 2i45 THUHSOAY Mrs. Kophia lliilda Drown, 77, died at Hie Imine of her son, F. A. In Edna'Tuesday even- f al six o'clock. Mrs. lirown waj the daughter of .Mr. wid Airs. John I'eterson, de- and was horn in Elgin, 111. A: an early age she moved with her iiarenls to Shiirltoit, lowa, and married lo Krancis'Samnolson there in 1870. He died in 1881 and in 1SS7 she the wife of Ucuiiffa Urowii of Sliiiriloii. In N'ovember, 1909, Mr. anil Mrs. located on a farm in the Power community of this county from Iniijeiial, Nebraska, and the following year Mr. Brown lost his life in the Guadaliirje liiviir while trying lo fescue Ills -son, Floyd, from dron'iiiug. For the oast few yews Jivs. lirown bad made her home with her sons hero mid in liclna am! hud been in Kiliia since Slie was the mother of Leo Brown.'one of Victoria'Coun- ty's first volunteers in the H'orld War, who died in December, 1917, lU-rliis the .flu eniaemic at Camp Bevi'ie, Ft. Worth. 0[ live cliihlreit ot .Mrs. Brown's first marriage, Mr. Sivuuelsou oi Edna alone survives, and of three by lier second marriage only Floyd lirown, employed in the post of? (ice here, is living, she also leaves (Iiree steiichildreii: C. F. Drovvu ot Ueiilrice, Neb., j. E. Brown of La- ment, Neb., and Mrs. William N'ickles g( forydon, lowa. In ditioii, four brothers survive: Kraiik, Edward, and Charles Peter- son of Lincoln, Neb., and Al Peter- son of Canada. The grandchildren include JJelmer Girt, ivlioin Mrs. Hiown reared from infancy and who resides on the old home place' i.'i the Power comnmiifty. The will be fioin liyan's Chapel tomorrow afternoon ill o'flock with burial .in the Ever- E.reen Cemetery. Jiev. C. R. ster, pastor of the First MclltodiEl IMiurch of this city, assisted by Itev. -Mr. Date, the Methodist minister of Edna, will conduct the rites. VICTORIAN IS MADE CHIEF ENGINEER OF PLANTAT CORPUS C. for the past years assistant engineer of Ihe Central Power and t.isht 'com- pany's power plant here, has been promoted to chief engineer of Ihe iKiny's plant at Corpus Chrisli and left fur (hat city Tuesday. Mr. Wagner came here from Ti-n-c Haute, Intl.. and gives Pro- mise of a brilliant career in the electrical world. He is one of the youngest men holding an official position with the Central Company. His wife was formerly Jliss Ella Swuiison'of this city. She will join him al corpus Christ! later.' PISTOL SMUGGLING FOR PRISON MUTINY IS INVESTIGATED LANSING. An inveoligiiliuii to ileinrniinc how pistols were smuggled Into.thc l.iin- sins state Prison was begun today as a result of ywlcidayV unibreak, whii-li tnileil in the' de.ilh ot two convicts. The attempted outbreak, which i-aiiie iipun llu> heels.of (lie inuliny at Ihu I.t-avonworlh Federal Prison, ttiiir miles mini here, was nititkly and all was and order- ly in the inslitiition two hours aft- er a s.'iisalfonal break was made by six vimvli'is. County Makes Fin e Showing at A. M. Short Cou rse Victoria Delinquent Child Sent to Reformatory HLTESUIILE Under the Airways Guilty of Repeated .Thefts Despite Frequent terms in Jail. GIVEN CHANCES Patience of Officers Ex- hausted After Numerous Attempts to Reform Youth. An boy who .ivas adjudged a delinquent child by County J.udgoJ_.J. Woodljoiise this week foll'owlng u juvenile court hearing- was conveyed to' the state reformatory at Gainesville by Sher- iff U. S. Weisigcr loday. The hoy'is a very bright iind tal- ented little fellow and also most mischievous. lie has been arrest- ed time and again by bolh Hie cily and comity .inllibrities for repeated thefts and .kept in jail for Ions periods hut no sooner releas- ed than lie was back into some other devilment, although solemnly promising Ihe officers each time ho was paroled that he would behave himself. Breaking inlo houses and steal- ing bicycles and articles from auto- mobiles have been his princinal' offenses, and with his parents ap- parently unable lo do 'anything with the patience of the offi- cers finally became exhausted and! they decided that a term in the re- formatory would he the best thins for him and also set a good ex- ample for other youths about the cily similahly inclined. yours ago a Victoria Hoy of the same character was sent to the re- formatory a nil after remaining there a few years he entirely aban- doned his criminal ways anil upon his return made n model citizen. RtU.0 IfoS Ite. MRPORT TijERE IRCLING THE TARMr ACTS Uk'E ITS LOST THE FO6 MJHlChf MUD IH THE VALLEY. HERE 1 PlOXT HAVE ALL THE RpWEP. _ OH SO STRANGER FINP THE UNPIN HELP, 'OH "WAT'S ALL Victoria News of Long Ago HIGH SCHOOL. If we ;ire 'lo have a high school opened in Victoria in Ihe autumn, Mi't.it about time lo begin putting things in order? The high school intlnsure seems to he at present i pasture for cows and goals and the building partly a cow s-tablc. Sanitary precautions just now nuy prevent sickness amongst the chil- dren who attend the school in the early The Advocate of June ISSS. I HUES OX CKMETERY FKXCK.- As nur good ladies have hail Ihe old cemetery neatly enclosed, the city authorities should sec thai liie rente is not again used ;w :i I'Ji.re lo haiiR hidc.-i on to From TliL' Advocate of June [i, ISSS. WOOL Kirit'MKXTS. There has bcuu 200 bags of .-b. 2i5 pounds per A dcniimil that Ihe Department of; m K'WCl of wool ship- Justice prosecute liishop jamei fvom Vi( thls clil'- Pretty good for a cotnily hav- PROSECUTION OF BISHOP IS URGED BY CONGRESSMAN WASHINGTON. Aug. 7 [Judge John L. Duprce will warm the county judge's seat in this county for the first The Advocate of Dei-ember 22, ISSS. t TWIN CALVliS. A (nil-blooded cow belongiuf; lo Col: J. M. IJrownson gave birth on Sunday last to twins. The mother exhibits a decided preference for one of her offspring, while slio treuts the other with marked in- difference, U not active hostility .From The Advocate of January 5, 1SS3. Camion, Jr., for violation of the Corrupt 1'raclicfcs Acl was liiiil on Attorney (leneral Mitchell's desk today by Congressman G'eorge Tinkhiim, Ucimblicau, of Massa- chusclLs. MRS. J.'H. DIETZEL, BOBNliNDIANQLA, EARLY TOOAY Misunderstanding as to Rep- resentation Loses Coun- ty Presidency. CLAIMED 330 PROJECTS But Credited With Only 152 .anrj Yet Candidate Loses by Only Seven Votes. (Special Correspondence) The twelve delegates from Ihe Victoria County Council ot Boys and C.irls Clubs to the Congress of Hie United lioy's Clubs of Texas- arrived at (lie A. Ml. College curly Monday morning, July 29, to attend thc Twentieth Annual l.'wm- Development o{ Dairyincj ii Brazos County Object of Tour. DUE HERE AUGUST Will Inspect Creanlery .anij Dairy Herds Dtiring Stay: in Victoria. Tho Vicloria Chamber of Conil niercc was advised today bji'th'T yaii Chamber of Commerce thai a lwgc delegation of leading farm] ers, stockmen and business 'hiei! interested uf the development-ol tlie dairy industry in Brazos Coital ly would visit Victoria Wednesday! August 14, on a tour of'the cipal dairy sections of the slate.' The delegation will travel in large bus. They -will arrive hero] iout one o'clock in the li noou and remain two or threij hours, inspecting the creamery! dfiiry herds and everything possible'pertaining to the diriry.ini dnslry during Iheir short siayl Iu the party lie reprel ers' Short Course held there this igether. scnlailvos of the Bryan Cliambc of Commerce and Hot.iry Llons Clubs, ivlio'ot 20 ZEPPELIN WILL TRY TO INCREASE SPEED ON RETURN VOYAGE ins no The AdvoctV.e of December ISSS. Mri> ON TIIK rmnx'.K. It is cerlailily had enough to al- Tinkhan, accuses the bishop of !'V'" "LC i" nmmie almost impassable, but hwing violated the Federal in his fiminciiil niiiriiigement of Hie iinti-Smith campaign in thc Xoulh i" Hie last national election. II is the congressman's conieiilion that "relics thick sulfcred to ac- imulate on the free bridge, tli.. pxlri'im- nrglect of the powers ilia'. Cannon financed Ihe Aiili-Smitli this mud and Conimitiee wliiih buns from (h' l.AKKHUKKT. X. .1.. Aug. will be the primary jeclive of ihe Graf Xcppelln >vhen She poinls her nose into the skies sometime between sun-' i down and ml.dnlglil tonighl. j j "We have proven the- viability; and safety of our dirigible and now j jwc are going to prove an official said. Commander Huso Eckcner's ccrn i.s lo belter the previous rcc-'' ord nf S6 houra for the ivcsi to east: crossing .on the first hop oi thej world cruise lo Fricdrirhshafeii unilj speed will be bis cmu'crn ilmnish-l "lit Hie globe encin-ting fllRht. j Church Hoard. LIGHTNING KILLS canslng ihe wood- work cit the handsome structure to rot and ilin iron (o rust, beside? jthe of driving TWO IN MISSOURI is for CLINTON-, Mo., Aug. The Advocate, of Dcccnv Two persons are dead and a third j her ISSS. is in a serious condition as Ihe re-j snll ot an electrical storm here to-1 cot'N'TV JVDdl-' llJ-v' wci-ks from next Monday, EIGHT MEET DEATH IN RIOTS IN INDIA Helen nielzel. 73, esteemed liioncc-r citizen of this city, whoie death occurred at. Ihe Victoria Hos- pital at o'clock this morning, was the daughter of Henry and KUheriiio IVasserinan Holzlieuscr, natives of Germany1, deceased, and br.vn in lidianola March 1S5K. Mrs. Dietzel hud tested iu Vic- toria since wlien tliu storm of thftt year caused the abandoii- iiient of Imlianola. She thc widow of John Michael Dictzcl, who was in liie transfer biiainc.w here fm many years and whose death occurred in 1M3. Surviving are three sons.. Fred H.. of Orange and George and Oliver Dielzcl of six ilrnshtcrs, Jlrs. o. W. pavlson of Whaitoii, frank Hiiniui of Tort Arthur and Mrs. Oscar HK-icr. Mrs. o. P. Ployrt. Mrs. Kd- (.1011101 and .Mrs. II. Wlllc- min of Victoria; one brother. orgo llolzluiiser of i'ort Uivaca; Unco bale-brothers, John llsuer of Hon.-fioa and Anton and (Jeorgo llMi-r of Victoria, ami two half- si.-lers. Mrs. K-lwin Hotcak Louis Voist of Vicloria. The funeral will he from Ihe ivf.idenri' al Xoilh Sullivan SIHCI Thursday afternoon al foar o'clock will, burial in the Kvcr- TIIen c-nieteiy. Kcv. J. reiser, liMslm- of the First KngliMi I.uth- ''ran Church of I his cily. will coii- thi- ritr.-rt. Thfi will Cioict- ji. H. Wil- liams Lnui.-i Koclik. li. sittrrlc, .liinii'.'.-inn and A. ,j. Vinihol. liast week. Tlie twelve delegates were: flonald Hill, senator, and Franklin Shillcr, Charles Darring- lon, J. C. HousH-artli, Gilbert Lala, Fc-rdiuaud Meisner, Bernard Jlarti- goni, Chivrles Keiues, Kd Riga- nicnti, Joe .Mitcherlins, Robert l-'ai- fer and Johnie Hosek, all repre- sentatives. Alion Houseworth and j Kdward Kohntek also went, not as delegates, but paying their own way. The twelve delegates receiv- ed free Irins paid by Ihe County Council. NcMliih McCoy and Helen Wlnhont also went on free trips by tbe council, and Louise I-'arbcr, Mabel Wright .and Annie Shillor went on free trips In the The Victoriu Chamber of Coral ,mercc will make 'every arrange! iitc-nt for the ontertaihmcnt of visitors and to make their stay ill (lie city as profitable as possible! VICTORIAN INJURED IN AUTO AGC10ENT ON AL1GE HIGHWAY C. lloutf, assistant manage; the Oroce-l'arrish Company olessale grocers, WAS'able to bi (iirls1 Clothing Conlesl. Willie Mae brougllt homo "Ight IrOD 'I'iiylor also went. The fir.st meeting of the' annual session of the Boys' Club Congress was, called for o'clock Monday afternoon, when the roll was i-allcil, delegates from oilier coun- ties were surprised the large near which point he wa severely injured about the Sunday evening iii automobiU iKcideut. .Mr. iiouft had been In' Alice "here liie C-roce-I'arrish Connian> niiiintains a branch house, niiniher of delegates from Victoria was with Fawcelt Shfpard, County, ami realized from then "on salesman for Drcederi thai Victoria County is one ot thc i of Cuero, when slrongcst counties in ilia stato made a sharp turn tc when it conies lo club work. [avoid a collision with another cat Ronald immediately jal a a third car chosen, 'secretary for this session the highway and lib of- meetings ot the Congress. The car overturned. Senate and House then proceeded! Mr. Sitep.vd suffered minor body pass numerous .acts .-vid rules I Iwr.ises-. He is the sou of Jos. iTlatiiig lo the condnctiiiB of their j Shenard of Cuero. who years ago affairs, ami everyone in contact 1 was c-aptain of the old Victoria' various paris of the stiMc! Kitlcs. at one tima tbe best drilled [withjiiis nrgaiiizaltori was greatly (niililary company in Texas. Mr. Pleased that this group of i Houffs injuries while severe. j could and c.arry 011 our regarded as serious and it W much in the way tho. United ;Creeled that he will b0 able lo fe- Congress at Washington isisunie his business dulios in a.tow e of Aug. -Kisli! persons were killed and 20 ly wounded when -striking workers al a jute mill at -Vailiall. India.! clashed with the police and private j guards ftt the mill. WEATHER RECORT fom'slil and Thursday partly clonily and somberly winds carried on. fntl on, Kre.it purposes of tlii> AT HOUSTON "IT Hiale in or- der that xvhen Kiev become th" farmers of a few years hclicc Ihev (can elect ono of more of their num. to Congress and thus let thc farming interests of tlir more voice in their N'e nhiunei! before nation govern- slartins to rim for presMciit of Ihe i l.'nited Hoys' club of Texas, elect- jeil each year by (he Boys' Congress. (Continued on page, NETS LONE BANDIT AUTO AND IfOL'STO.V, W. M. Pi'iirson. .supi-rlnteiiderit and J.ibii of ths "v.-'iv: .11111 um; m u A. and M. College that IJonald Hill A'-Cidont Insiir Company, at poln; of Sim to drive Cut of thu disirlct into ,1 park, a lono iinni.uV e.) hivudil today robbed the pair oi SlA'S'.i and their .into.   

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