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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 29, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                yei Fitted >R. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist [609-10 Welder BJdg. Phone 233 FOR FURNITUREnAND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR -AFTERNOON EDITION Easy Terms Phone 159 H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHVOr IN GF.NERAL. Subscription: Per Annum iLUME 32 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 29, 1929 NUMBER 17 imely Topics -PUTH IS UK Jiiijiusalblc Lo IJL: Ijy any ouhvurd Imieh ;ts the ANOTHER summer drawn [Qjyuni fU .close Hie ncwsptipurs cnnvded reports of itliiK firuK, A (Iroiiiiuil I'lBur :i rumpfire cure- things as> IhwhO liave resulted tlio cif imiKiilflceiil isIs, fjresil factories and ihuu- ,ds uf horncti, f'he most IriiRk: ir.iil of it nil Is the wustc Is entirely uiineces- 'y, H IH a miiUor of moments to properly put mil. n fire or on a burning eljjar or kpoly Inspect a hiiUiUng (or wlblc risks. Yet vvla-u these till tanks are Icn, undone tlie rc- 11 imiy he a coiiflHsi'ulion that recks the work of A llttlo inid'a little Imowl- aiut a littlu energy on the pnrt our citizens woiilO reduce onr ire toaa to a minimum. The fttct u( fosseti 'h.ive heun rtecreasing, ilowly, tor 'two years, Is hopeful [ut Inconclusive. Onr fire record en tins a nut (mini disgrace, ilack blot oh our efficiency ciiid prosperity. ice ttiVd fltC'-reKJs'icjU con- it ruction of siml fire pa oitv niirkH null forests, arc in pioteclioNH. Hut vain iljlt ib they are. they can uovev he BubbtititUi Cor irulivkUuil ''fire etitfiihiLSP." Anil we nuy oucJi jcir our (Mrek'SsnesH close 40 lulf t billion Uolhirs, beside the ''Jnollmible Ittss fu husijiess ami in iimiiin lives. IA OIL L tt K MIDWEST COMPAHY' LATEST' TO ENTER FIELD AT REFUG1G With a nunihcr of advantageous' .'isoH secuietl ulready, I ho Inde- pendent OH and Otis Company, ox- sfve cnentlorri in Jho Kansas awi! Olilalioma fiulrls, Jiave eiilcrc'd the Hcfimlo fluid anil will he uper- Actively In several luculions wllliin the next GO days, II is re purled. Tito lias eshih llslicd headfiuartors in An tonio recently. from their formc-i" base of opcfntinns in Okla honia. AmuiiK the leases secured by the new comimny the Held are ahe followhiKi located north of, anil'ad idccnt to the town of Hciugio (.'able acraiiKe 31 i-2 acres; Und- dtes'.on, Ifi acres; O'ttneu, 3J (tercs and Phil Power, IJ4 acres. Drillmgr on each of the leases is said to ho called fur 45 days. First Dirigible Airship of Ameircan Invention' fofj by Yf W %y" 5tf rf K S5 K M A M Two Children Hit by Trucks Here, One Dies Slain by Arabs mm ACCEPTS ALLIED AGREEMENT Jgnlt A DOCTOR 'maliini; his inorniiii: found I.Irs. Murphy had suf- i relapse duriiiB thu night. Till me, 1'at, did yon give your some of that powder i order- Pit Faith and-1 did Sor." V Hoc- S'on reniemlier I lold you is powcrfulthitt you t'to ler'only what would slay ,cn a ten-cent Pal: "1 remember sir, n-iry a dime could I find in tiic house so _ ___ two hieklcs." THE AUTOMOBILE has drought fnucli pleasure to the American pfuple But it .1ms also brought pill. o( onr most serious problems. L.M.IJ tlionsands of people jrt, killed and hiaiintil in aatomo- accidents of various sorts. The Knnioiib ot Ihe casualties result jfrm> irelcss-ucss and incomnet- LIICI, There aro few unavoidable accidents. It would seem a simple mailer to mfoice adequate driving laws, ami vln.il tried, II has proven that this rlvulnn-s thc accident rate. II wonlf Jhccm equally simple to withiiold ilniB iiccnaes from persons too CiEiiornit or loo incompetent lo drive %i i n with ordinary ability. Yc go far. out of llio way' for our Jf run and produce such legislative as compulsory linbil Bity insurance. Ami, in tbe mean ''liim. such panaceas diamall; fiil the death record moniils. We are a careless punplc In m 1115 tt.iys. And onr lack of safu- i> (onscioiisiiess causes untold isle in lives and properly. Until c tollow Ihe obvious course and Imtli prevention, modernize traffic Sliwi. "lo reckless and in- Scoinpetenl from Ihe hiRhways, Hie Stoll of anloniohlle deallis will III IS rant In Moslem War Oei nans' has iioceiited "tlie Allied agreement, suiil'a Central Ncn-s dispatch from liiguc tliis afternoon. All Frencli irooiis arc In lie with Iraivii from (jurniaii (errilorv, ii wils stiiraintuil in Hie aKrccmont. ictore June 30. OlIEEN MARIE FAIRY- TALE TOE GIVEN !U. S. Army Man Conceived Idea Years i voc'ate Shows. 1 ZEPPELIN ENDS FLIGHT Landed at Lakehurst Today After -Flying Around i World in 21 Days. j LAKEHURST, N. J., Aug 29 Benjamin Hurwur, ,3, or BroOKlyn, It was journey's end for the N Y the 12 Americans Graf Zeppeiin at o'clock this in Hebron, Palestine, vvbsn morning. It coined a new slogan raiding Arabs, atbcked ihe Sabini for the world in of Jerusalem. days and seven .hours" Only i the sun has flown faster. liie cal College outside (Intcrnnlioiial -I PIPE INDUSTRY IN FRANCE LOSING TO CIGARETTE TBADEi Coming out of the .west-with Fractured Skull Falal to Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. RippamonU Senator Tyson Dies Action Taken by Geologist Against Union Explora- tion Company. BUYS LEASE Salt Doiiie.Saitl to Have Been Located and Drilling in Prospect. i I A suit involving nn oil in i Victoria' Countr Is set for-trial-in j the'District Conrt; at Houston Fri- day.. The suit :wns 'brought by W. L. geologist, against, .the Union Kxploratiini Company .'for the delivery, of thirty-second over- iKling royally on acres of life C T. Heck Kstate iani.li a few 1 miles north ot Victoria. I The plaintiff claims that "'Ilia company agreed to give him Uio royalty interest for nlilaining tlio 11 itease. The company tub since United Stales Senator Lawrence transferred tlie lease to the 1. Tyson, of, Tennesssec, veteran of( Oil for a con- SOU Ol Mr. ami Mni. Cn-l'nich Amrriran Ware rt'lfrl ,n i t t i Iths m sidtii'tion of and retained 1 (liarles pi this city, Philadelphia recently at the age-of t tneii> foJrtli iiilcrcst lit CHILD HURT City Considering Installing Traffic Liiihts as Safe- ty -Measure. -Marion KiUvlii Kiptianiontl, tlie Sir John ftobert, chnnceliorj Brit- ish High Commissioner to Pales- tine, apparently has hts liands full xvith the raiding Arabs who have war in Jerusalem vho alnti-k by a small ileliv-j68 Hc awarded the I ery truck while lite street i Distinguished Service Medal during t dawn, the airship looked upon the (started a holy jssme upturned faces which and its suburbs. Strong reinforce- jher on her way August 8. She merit's from'Egypt have been land- dropped the spider ropes, which ed in support of the English troops were eagerly seized by American gobs and marines. of heaves, anti she home. A husky series J was at now patroUng the district. (Internntiomrt Xcwsreel) the World War and had an enviable record for bravery, morning.. Hiiili..- tliu five- j (Inlcrnutioiinl .Veiv.sreyl) ilAUgljtcr of Mi. .vnl Albeit S. Johiihlon of ilisaion Val- u'as seriously injured in il sini- Illis city Wed lies- Hot h iiccideiits Isero Saluriln.y I'vcndis, died this Ans. fairy-tale written by Queen Mane of set to niusri: lix- Xonna Olcsco, director of tin1. Con- sorvHlory of .Ntusic of Bucharest, lias been nccepled by the director of the French Opcrd anil will bej inchuled in tlie rencrloirc lo be beard in Paris next ivintor. 11 is expected tlinl (lie Queen will be nresent on Ihe first LVOV Fiance, Aupr The motors of the Graf sang a 1 he i cat li for.t Luck) insteud-oi j song of victory over miles of. xmriHiie ninicraciit, vhlcli li i-> j unchartered xvaste. She conquer- sained momentum' in, England and Jed best, cold, fos and typhoon. Had America during last two years, j arched over two great oceans and, threatens to ruia the French pipe j barren wastes of Siberia, part iuilustry. lODYNOTTOCALL SESSION OF S ilar accident in day afternoon. tinavciidaur'c. Tlie Riiiiiaiiionti cliild ivas cross-[ ing Main Street opposite j i lleinkc's Drug Store No. 1 to hla-l rostnurant, .the Texas! BATTLE WITH ARABS RESULTS IN VICTORY FOR BRITISH the tract. The Vacuum Company recently tv geophysical survoy of the ranch and the survey is -sai'l to have resulted In the location ot (a larjje salt atliliiig Si'eatly lo.'ilie valut> oC the (The Shall Petroleum Company lias acquired :i leuse on the remamiiig one thousand acres of the UecU i operations. of which man had never even oaz-1 Ulc o center, which GOONTRY CLUB TO HAVEBABBEGOEON THURSDAY, SEPT. found llicmsclvi 15 Lous-le-Siiulnier. iiciy here, they uscd to sell ninety iper cent of their HOLDING ITS ground ts what made thc lyrorn au oak. A SOUTHWESTERN Texas mill preaching in a neighboring 'community church, mentioned in bis sermon tliat jome people :vt- tended church for no Iwttcr reason thin lo show off Iheir clothes. he concluded willi this Iri- le f nm thankful lo see dial il plii" none oC you come for lhat M treason, MEMBERS OF the Vioii 1 osl 20iJ of 1.05 Angeles raised :fmir Ihonsanil dollars (owanl Iheir new homo out of ihe collcctioa and sivie of waste, paper. LAST YEAR'S decrease of farm 'f P'.piilation was For Hie t twenty years il was hllc our whole population increase fovas thirly-lhrcc per cent. There will be a slag chicken bar- for tbe rciembers of (lie Vic- toria C'ounlry Club as many nesls as they may rare to invite at the elub Thiirsclny eve- ning. September 5, al six- o'clock. Reservations must he made with the .secretary, L. I.. Jl. llufer, on or before Seplember 2. The piping of Ihe club snlf course j for the conslmciiun of Krass greens is now under way and tlie greens probably will be in condition for play wllhin a nionlh. PI. Worth has Inviled Uui ers of Victoria to a Iniiriiament to be held Ihere September IS to 21. Any club members desiring lo par- ticipate in this umrnamem should notify the secretary. output to England imd the United j Slates. Bill these Ivvo cou.itrics i have Inkcii tu cUareltes and cigars instead. Kver since the year, 1027 t fewer pipes are being bought than j over before. j As a result, Iho chimneys of! many of Ihe pipe-fn-jtories ill I.ou-s lo stop ulovs have already! es with huge quail- j lities of unsold pipes oil their; hands. Most of these stocks have I had to bo sold oul below cost. ed upon before. She has placed) the world in the palm of man-ancl clenched it smaller. The Graf's i feat was further glorified in that she was in the nir only eleven and a half days, having spent an equal periptl inactivity in being refueled at Friedrichshafen, Tokio and Los Angeles. The first passengers to step out of the dirigible were Lieut-Com- mander Chartes E.1 Rossndah! and Lieut. J. C. Richardson, both of the (Continued on page two) LONDON, Aug. A lial- when he was injured, leaving British troops and Mos- SO! flMR THIQ YP AR hlS 'w Grocery. Jlo liear jeruSalDm in which ULUIlU' 1 (lid iLniliriin in front of (he truck, wlilcli !the DHtisli were victorious at the was traveling at a moderate rate of of bayonet was rcjiorted AUSTIX, .Tex., Aug. a Cciilral News dispatch from There will not be another head striking the late this afternoon. session of Hie Legislature Iliis year. 1 His Injuries .were unt GOOD COTTON CROP ON 1000 ACRES OF- LEVI PLANTATION Governor Dan Moody Indicated considered serious, (vUirst but later day. Another special session had been proposed lo net upon tax collection BEDOUIN TRIBESMEN MARCHING ON GAZA.' Marcus X.'. of Dallas, fiirm- contracls licing made by numerous cuiintles. Uovemor Moody indicated a i'. s-ray examination disclosed that j hi? was fractuved. -He died, LONDON', Aug cr Victorian, who is Interested'in o'clock Ibis morning. arc large cotton favms in Vlrtovla The accident which befell the Gaza, a oily of Palestine 40 miles j belief that the cminly attorneys were fully able to mod the County, returned lo the city today i.lGhnston child occurred on North jsciithwest of Jerusalem, according iln inspMliou of the Mir, -..T 'if ,1 ,i -and reported that on one thousand "LO Minn nnnnsiln Airs. .f.; to rnnnrts from Jerusalem in V. lion wilhoul assistance session miglit give. special CAPT.EAKER-LANDS AT CLEVELAND AFTER REFUELING Victoria News of Long Ago Porter's store. The child left her evening newspapers this and ran out into the street' Airplanes -ire patrolling the area t in front of n slowly moving which the IJedonins were I delivery Irnck. Her right leg wivs ed Two semi-armored trains car- niaslu'd ami chin-badly lacenilcd. llritish blue jackets luive Her rerovery is exiiecled. I been aolcs uf I h c m one yield of from one-fouVth lo one lliird itif a data'to.the acre. J Is located near- Blnomiiiston.and it, i is on the heavy black land section lispiilchcd from Jerusalem lo-ftf j( .CT011 wjl, -hl. i Tlie drivers In both instances stopped ami rendered every assisl- ;anco. They were held to fbu ds. Its fangs j Inicly blameless iu case. De- were over one and cinc-liiiU inches !'cause of frequent jiatfic jMis on his ranch on Saturday, aml itg Saiur.; strike wern nix inches apart. Mr.; n10 cjty ;s install- "ilway near Gaza. A I1UGB MOCCAKIN. j weighed fully len poun Jl. Murphy, who arrived: Mg. Captain Ira l-iiker, who was at- tempting to set a traiiK-eoulitieiital refueling endurance record, was forceil down al the Cleveland in his Boeing mail transport plane -Shultle" about midnishl llast night in a refueling attempt, j At.tordinp to witnesses Turner, who lives'on Mr. Mnr- phy's ranch, had sol out some fish lines in the Ran Antonio Kive.r at the old J.onnhowsky ferry, and al I daybreak on Wednesday went five- seen such a monstrous though he had lived in thai sec- tion, which Is noted for its im- mense snakes, a (turiiicr uf a ten- l" lury. There were also ten youni; see about them. While walking in u all were along the bank he observed what i( in fairly strlfcftig he supposed lo bo a laru.e chunk fnngs Isilo the flesh of Mr. Twni- or IOK bill as he stepped over Mr. nMi would have lived fiflren minutes. made. On thc sandy-section thu crop will be very I The other I.evi farm is west ot ;ibe river from Victoria and tho ill hi' liehl. s havii im- _ proved durins Past ten" days. Aug. Mr- 3Bil1' of 'PAWNS WOODEN LEG PPTQ 1W I ill j crop on tills farm also w ULlO 111 JAlhtnlthmigli the prosiwcls he was by Ms striking f of ll of t THREE GINS TO RUN ONLY TWICE WEEKLY DUE TO SHORT 'n j j lllm al111 so deadly venomous Is this species gallon ran of oil dropped from Ihe (0 sitccesaloti t i ni a I this s Ki'own t but lie seemed powerless to j MHrpby Murphy said he had never before SV5icm to re-' DKNVEU, Colo., Ihe danger ot accidents. Many j When J. A. llrito, Mexican, valk-i Htoomfngloii farm (hat is sliow- cilios have such systems, iii-icd Into n hital pawn shop on two; Ins Iho best results was thoroughly icludiiK- Becville and so i healthy natural legs and Iried to 1'iisoned for Ihe leaf worm and ho_U Hi oilier thlnjrs. sbould! sell an arliticial leg to money i weevil but the crops on both farms not delay longer to adopt !hl3 mea- i lender, he landed in the city jail on i-.nrcm.ont oj safety for the protec-j'1 ehargc o{ grand larceny, lion of human life. Soon after llrito was locked bc- thu liars. John Alverado hnp- Mai'ion Kdwiu Hippamonti was- v-nort born in Victoria November 9. 1822. !oss o( and was an unusually bright child. ________._______ family the lenderest sym- t' of the outire community in were Injured mosl by ilio early rav- ages of the (lea. (nr the control qt w.'iicli no effective poison lias yet been fonud. ilton in llio jX'jir S11C" Mr' whcll nrt was Injured. yards ocfnro II rcli-.lscd its hold Due lo thc short cotton cr -pr the Uoldman and Kick gins In this vi- cinity and the Kclirnodcr gin al Spring Creek will run hereafter only two days per week, on Thurs- days and notice. until further WEATHER REPORT he Ihon killed to ho  l. IMr.s ul Pi-ovldence, ml lakes ami in his nclsh- j rosWonM tosl j'U3n Unn TOUOXTO Aus Amotican consul a', oT "ere "tint Post-' Montreal. Canada, iLis, t i, _( fmir O.t.iocl. burial i piiaemenl of the Wn'ntey len mil.; -clile by hanBinsr himself, ofi'oullnt uCIO KHOWn 10 ItlHrUHl i ,..1 lliosis waters He thinks I Ivy lhe Cemetery. Hev. swim due lo ice water. m icteKvains rcoDlvort "U1 came Ibcre with Iho overliows'uf Marlil> A' of Trinity j They expect the walor rrach Department todw. ____ I Lutheran Church, will conduct the'the rcnuircd icmivrature by Krl-1 The department said no nason Coutlnutd on page two> j rites. when the races will be held. known for the suicide.   

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