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Advocate (Newspaper) - September 9, 1929, Victoria, Texas yes; Fitted Excluiivb Optometrist 609-10 Welder Bidg. Phono 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION- FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUh Easy _ Phone 169 H. Frencli, Publisher, FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GKNERAL. WOLUME 32 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 9, 1929. Subicription: Per Annyni NUMBER 25 Timely Topics MORROW a bright Sep- tember niovn; tfiie earth wus beautiful as It now horn; 'hole lias Hint naiiicicai splendor !hat wild cxnilavatiun In the air, h imil-es the passers In the city strerst each other as tbe> me? AFTEK A maWs his pile he can go arouuX with cigar ashc O'l his vest and egg on his chii and if is referred to as a pecul arliy. If, however, he hasn't ye aintvi'sbil pile and appears tliu negligent In public ho is criticize a.; shiftless and untidy. THE WORK of the home is b Ing made lighter each year. Man bl'or saving, devices have been 1 stalled in the homes, among-, the tho vacuum swecfisr. Ihe electr tho electric Iron und ma gle the automatic ice box and ele I'trlc ranges. In'addition to this t Semiannual sewing orteal is jniost unknown in most homes. T f.sewing machine has been cousig 'isrt to tin) dark corner of tho at r id' bought ready made. TORY OF FUGIO BELLS FUNERALTGMORRQW Funeral services for Fred J. All- och, Jr., who died at Houston yes- erday afternoon following an oper- tlon for appendicitis, will be held at lie Sacred Heart Church in that Ity tomorrow morning at nine o'clock. The young man under- jj m Popular and Useful Victoria Woman Dies Suddenly mill gg 83 WK Oldest Victoria Merchant Observes 82nd Birthday vent the operation Friday and word BAHO III II hat his condition was very critical IJH H was received here'at ,10011 Satur: j Jy (jjj lay. Ills aunl, 1.. N'. Hofcr, eft on the afternoon train forHous- ton and shortly alter her departure information of his death was ro- ceived. Mr. Kofer joined Mrs, llofer in Houston .this morning. Young Alluoch was the -eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Kred J. Allnoeh and was born in Victoria. His fath- er was formerly in the retail dry goons business .here wi.i, E. .1. Mentoer, of Prominent Pion- Ilogun under Hie firm name of AH- j eer Family PaSSCD ftWaV DOROTHY DIX is responsible men time for the statement that if ld only take as much noch and Hogan. About twenty j years ago Messrs, llogan und All- nodi disposed of their business in Aftd'HOOti. Along the Concrete training their wives as they and sentenced lo It years in Ihe jshooling shortly after lloscra. Kolly. pciiiicnliary. The verdict was nltorney. took written versed oa appeal: It is expected [statements from two women wit- thnt f-he will plead mental irre-j nesses. It is said that Meok cam.; upon Navarro as the latter was at- Imltice at Austin. TbB committee. Senator Steven- says, has tentatively decided to recommend the retention of tlie lower llraios -bottom prison farms and Hie establishment of a modern prison lit the vlcin-Uy of. Austin. er. Mrs. C. Allnoch of this city. Puncra'. arrangements will bo an- nounced by the J. B. Karthman Company. AIR PILOT TO BET REWARD FOR FINDING LOST PLANE somo place. to that fellow's SHE only a soug writer's d mean Hoystun AUSTIN-FAMILY OF THREE IS DROWNED Mghler, but she didn't know the dn ncaning of the word "refrain." l.OS ANGELES, Calif., Sept. 9 Gtorgo Rico, Western Air Bxpre.--i pilot, will receive the SS.OOO reward offered for finding tbu lost air linor "City of San Krancisco" was Indicated here to- dny by Transcontinental Air Trans- .rt officials. Street at five o'clock this afternoon i ind was one of the largest ever wit-1 ressert here. Among the many peo-i pie in attendance were numerous, friends and relatives from near and! distant points. Burial was made In the Evergreen Cemetery and the plot and surrounding grounds were literally covered with beautiful loral tributes. Rev. Father P. D. Fccncy, administrator of St. Anne's Church of Sau Antonio, formerly of this city, conducted the riles. Tho pallbearers were E. E. Pickcr- tempting to remove his car from a mudhole. An altercation follow- ed. Meek is in the municipal hospit- al here. Attendants say he will re- cover. The Victoria Junior College open its filth term this morning witU nent in tins city. lately1 chapel program ln th8 ___I ..m.r. lll.l ind his sons incorporated the busi- ness with a 'eavs- wcicomB to the students in j behalf [the farms. Those quartered at IholTwo of his brothers and one of his of prison would be used to manufac-1 si.sters are still living. They inn; .slate various supplies needed by and nbont acres surrounding, tbo prison would i be lo dairying for tin. same GEORGE, "Won't you bare a piece of Hannah. "Really, I've eaten so it George. "No, it's apple and pretty good loo." AUSTIN. Sept. Three persons are dead here today as a result of the capsizing of their boat in the Colorivlo River. The dead are F. If. Bryant, 24, his wife, Gladys, 22, and their son. three, of Austin. They were with- i-i sight of their home after a triv TWO STORES ON SATURDAY NIGHT l.OS AJiGELES, Sept. Offi- cials of Western Air Kspress an Sunday night they hai Aiin for Lieutenant Ccorge. A. Kite, pilot of their eastbovm.l plane, who discovered the wreck ot the transcontinental air transport A Ford truck owned by J. 0. Wilhelm, Guadaliipe ginnf-r, wa.-t stolen from one of his cotton shoru< Saturday night and found abandor- cd near PUrcdo. The gas Ian em ply. Tiie same night a Tiurglar enter- ed Robert Farbcr's general mer- chandise store at Ouadalupn by j prizing open the back door but i PIT HI AMU HDAC'U AT nothing of value was Sat- Ur rLANt unAon Al Only Eiimily present at his-i j birthday (Is received nviny j Senator Stevenson did not nifssafie.' of consrattilalion. company the committee on ils lour! ;of investigation of thft prisons ol 1NTFR-PITY other suites but he says the mem-1 flU I Htl I 111 I Ln Ul I I bers who made the trip gathered nmtli enlightening and useful in- formation. of the city. Presi- Allan Shields of the Rotary 'HMub greeted the new and old atu- Orleansjdenls as a ,.cprescntative Oj the immediate members? Isidore and .Meyer Levy nnd Mina Weil, all of New rno patinearers ng..M. Pickering, J. IM'ooI. J. T.j up Ihe river when whirling cur Linebangh T. P. Traylor, C. "PSCl their craft and hurled Richey and M. M. Johnston them into the, water. IWIItlll r fc. MEET IS POSTPONED V. L.Uriftin. presiileut'of the col- lege. Dean E. J. Uysai-t- and mem- ibcrs of the faculty were seated on the stage. Kuch instructor was i asked to introduce bis or her sei- Sar.d say a few words, With the ex- iceplion ot four, the teachers are the same as those of the last term. i SIX OF EIGHT VICTIMS NO LIVES LOST IN 1 Of PLSNE CRUSH AT. OKLAHOMA TWISTERi GALLUP M 0 R G U E WE CRASH VIGTIMSl DIE AT HOUSTON TH BEE BADLY HUBTiS UliTII IICVT Slie instructor la ex- UN 1II NtAl WCtMission, gave'a reading. Mr. anil _____ Mrs. Rubin Frels and W. E. Ecklas. .1 former tosvchcsr rendered ti num- The Inter-City Rotary Meet] ifcer of musical selections, to be held In this city j tomorrow evening at six o'clock has lustruttions as to the various mil Tuc-fday eve- their tlmo. elc. wera irday night also bursiar.f broke HOVSTOX. Tex., Sopt Whc-n their automobile plunged Tho Victoria 'given by Dean Dysart following tha "club will hold SINCE THE World War tlu missing linur City of San Francisco, -manufacture of moW vehicles distribution of rewards totalling has been mnlliplled which bad been offered for the finding of the ship. this country five times. Into Shlllcr and Hnatek'j gcncrii merchandise store nn-1 the po.s office at DaCo.-W. taking three dol- OKI CITY Sept. O.-i N. M.. Sept. in from lho ro.toft.icf r.M.r ,lnll-..rs in r.isll anil some tornado sweeping bodies of six of the eight Mc- South and Central Oklahoma tims of the spectacular crash last Monday tore down five houses and1, Tuesday of the air liner "City of demolished a cotton at Wayne.'Sun in the niorguo and four dollars in cash and some' shoes from the store1. n P men n a ditch. Annie and ,nmamx U our u b a illicn, Aiini'j i i, itawiins. 21. Houston were fatal-i represented at the Inter-lily WEATHER REPORT ly injured. Four othcr'pivssengfirs in the chine were Injured, three seriously, j K Frank Aneslin. messenger boy.iers opening ceremonies will be held to- morrow morning in Ihp hfgh school auditorium. .The Nazareth Academy. St. Jo- sc-ph's High School. Brownson. Mit- Xorih I Totas-Partlv chmdv. ijlso observed openings to- i Oay. rronuuent ntizens of Iha oooler trtnipM ami Tues- town, sentins' the HIM II, HSfcll fj CIL 1.1 IMC1 Thc officer.-, are without as died last night fn.m injuries re-j day Attendance wlihoat crivr-d when his motorcycle crash, i. Tesas-hliowiT.s and cooler, lo lho iwrvetralors No loss of life was reported. today. I ceivcd when his niotorcycle crash, j ed ir.to an automobilo. tonight and Tuesday. an exception.
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