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Advocate (Newspaper) - August 27, 1929, Victoria, Texas Fitted Exclujive Oplometrijt WHO Weltler Btdg. phone 2S3 -AFTERNOON EDITION a. H. French, Publisher. )LUME 32 FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE V HOLLAND AMDtm Easy Terms Phone 150 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWOf JN CKNERAL. ITimely Topics i THE PURE ALL THINGS HE PAUL. ENTIMENT IN (he Uiillcd gill's eteius lo be In favor of re; y Ihe calendar being icl according ID a report Ilie Ational L'ominlltfo on Caloutlur upllfli.-iitluii. Ins just conclud. >c it s iiiubtlhtlfuu1 of Ihis t iiiul out of 14 oi'KanlziV ivhkh icpllcd to Iho question i new i iltudar, fored a modification of the pre. [ill system. Inasmuch as thin Is ire than oijjhly pur rent In favor a change, il ivuuld seem lha1, jra Is no considerable opposition 'calendar ri'larin. iOn the present culcndar there IwcUi. mouths varying in Hi from 28 lo 31 days. Any da) of mi moiilh differs yen In the tin o[ the Tjpon wliKh 11 will fill. The pro- posed ihiiiK Si to hue a calendar tbitcon inonllfj eadi of 28 dayd. would lake days ami 1'ne H i day. This lay would he placed at the end of "it ciltiidu is -in cilcluiomil hull- Under this plan the first day of every mouth would be .Sunday and iln ol c'eiv month would Jo vituido. so !hit it would be mpiMtneh smiplo (o keep Sti ilRht (hi dus of the week any "I date fall. The biisi- picss nign would have mouths ol simpliMng his book- me! clurfct The mouth would bt phvted be- and July. Ihe I'lei H 1Q (he world Ihis calendar generally so us 4to do in ij nidi present coti- fusion due to the ful llrat, so many gffirfiffoieut oilcnddi-; ire in use in pirtb ot Ihc world. The American commutes, has jjlnc. In cooptrilioii with a commit- ice of the I of Nations. In L this it is hoped thai ;t changed r-tlomlar (in agreed.''upon and put .in lisa throughout the entire f world IF THE' automobiles continue lo kill people c fast ls I hey are do- "IS, it now will .have lo r set out i speci il Injunction vs. John Doc, nub, ird Itot et al. ADVERTISERS will please re- member .The Advocate goes tutu (he homes of those who buy the greater percentage ot Ihe goods Echl in victoria. 'F ALL THE mental exercise thai goes into tryinj; lo guess the winner was harnessed (ri worl.- for world peace the nations of the world would forget about war in less than weeks. WE ARE NOT pessimistic but when we look nt some of these short skirts, ;v in. today. Mountain lime a. m. Central Standard acrordim; to mes- Kea received here. .Moli.iirk la 59 miles east of Vnnia. TO LEAVE LAKEHURST FOUR DAYS AFTER HER 'ARRIVAL. NKW YOltK, Aug. The drat Zeppelin vspccls lo leave Ij'.kohurst fnr Kriedrichshafeu four lays after her arrival at Ihs Xcw Jersey airport, according to tele- Bloomington Skull Identified as That of Indian K X K K X U. S. Planes Going to Bay for Target Practice Arrived Today from Kelly Field and-Quartered at Fair Grounds. TRAGEDY IS; Two Aviators'Lost Lives in Matacjorda Bay During Last Target Practice. A 'large ground squadron irom Kcllcy Kield is campeil at thu fair grounds Jiere this afternoon en roitt'e..tq.MagnpjiR, Beach, .where an c.ir'.sciiiiidron. of twenty or. more phiues Tiom Itae tieUl iMigage prailce for the next weeks. This will bj. the second target practice that Rovermuont planes have partii'liialcil in at MayuoliH Beach. The first practice was held last Kovemher and .had a Irasic cijiling when one of tho lies ran afoul of a'target Hue attached' to another plane atrd plunged Into Wutat'ooJa Bay. Two aviators met death in this aumleiil, Lieutenant Frank Car- son aiid I'rivalc James Snedek- Dotli 'made perfect piirachiite Tips and landed in about eight ft-el of water in the hay. They were uo life 'preservers and drown cd before assistance could reacii them. Their ibodies were recover- ed some days later. Carson had managed lo cut loose from liU nara- clnilc iv'icl his body was found In the shallow waters of Hnsgy IJayou, nil three miles from" where the a oung man liad seen About the place tefoce. He also had a haudker- cliief iyrapiied around the lower part of the toy pislol, ing il the, appearance' cf a. "Hands Ihe youth exclaim- ed as ho entered 'Uic room Vila the gun levelled on the oceiipantj, who Immediately obeyed him. H6 then toDunanded Bailej to (ate tils wall and threw a sugar "mck to Vlck and ordered him to place' Iho money in flic ith his de- uamls the roiiher leUure- ly witluirew, after caniioning victe ami Bailey, neither of whom was armed, not to make anj oulcrj tin til he made his or ho would Iliem. An liour later 'Deputy Cify Jfar- slial Cd Vogt arrested at J. Trevino's rooming house on Smith Bridge Street, within tour blocks of the scene ot Ihe robbery. as lie was preparing to leave town with a brother ami coiibin who arrived a short time before Ui him back lo Yorktown -imi who (Continued On I'n.ge i) REFOGB CO, BLOCK SELLS FOR SAX ANTONIO, AUR. ers and Heap in Hie Milam liuitil- are making against the Jews 'ur. Saturday announced Ihp salo of 111.66 acres In a solid block in rtcfngio Field. liefngio County, to ABjf. With more than 100 Jews and an undetermined number ot Arabs MAN ARRESTED IN DALLAS IDENTIFIED the Independent Oil and Gas Com- pany. The consideration was said to have been 424.113.68. Tht. sale Included the .1, M. 0'- laml "us ever laid out of K' alllls J' "arrls- Kiom. The 2. 1SSO. ilrad. the interracial rioting be- jlween Moslems and Hebrews JHrlen (ract of S1.4S acres; jtiiiuiHl today, even the presence of I Huddlestoii, 15.74 acres: C. H. a large force of British troops be- 1 Jl.iS acres; Phil Powers. jing liieffecliui.1 in the dis-J62.38 acres and the east half of: Jturbaiue. (the Kmma Hudrtleslmi tract of 15 AS BANK ROBBER Thp 'serious hourly, as the Moslem hordes apparently are unalfeclcd by ihe presence of tile lirltUh Aclvocale of Novemter Wlls troops and :ulecititlcd today as the man who i lias been smifiht for several months iacks WEATHER REPORT the Jewish of Ihc Mirroundlng Jerusalem. iu connection witli the SS.OflO bank j robbery at Ansiili.i, Indiana. was idenlKied by finder-Jlwrted in the Holy Cily, the stl It was staled the Independent Company piana to start a. welt within thu next In days On tho .1 .M. 0'Hrien which is reel north and east of W. u Pear- which Kast cloudy and iptobatily showers oil Ihfi west coast [tonight and Wednesday. Already is the gravel graded; clomly county road through the west and Wednesday. [Print experts frtllmviiiK his in Jerusalem proper is mnre I by a local post office Inspector anil! or less iimlfir conlrnl hut. that pre- now producing 100 barn-Is ;v day. several Stacks are re-1 'This is said to be tbe first pur- chase lo bc made ill the San An- TlfK KI1IST (JOOi) tonio territory by lice Independent f.Vmpauy. which nuiy recently en- Deparlmein Jusilce aRcnts. HejvallliiR in the scattered elie lurtnstry in Southwest i is wLsn suspected of complicity In j throughout I'alesiinc is prescnllnK, Texas. They have opened I'1- j the. nmadian mail robbery, js serious problem for Ihe British in the (officers said, -authorilles. Mllam Huttiling with J. T. Turner In cluvrge.
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