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Advocate (Newspaper) - September 11, 1929, Victoria, Texas i I'ittcd >R. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist )-10 Welder Bldg, Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUB Easy Terms Phone 159 11. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND. VICTORIA COUNTY; SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GKNERAL. Subscription: Per Annum 5LUME 32 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 11, 1929, NUMBER 27 Timely Topics but lanunbcr such ABBS were vuio most jutciouh to me. SPKAIllv. IE AVERAGE citizens of .Vic- jjto tun tlie psrenls, full to ile the Impoilinco of the tjiig of our public schools vcar. about Ihc Bums tlnio jfnsiwpu Is lillul with stories anil pupils selling Bveii editors, a ,y look it the prorcssloi "news tint rvjt-klts ill schol It is one ot Hie peculiar cliarac ,-ls.lhs of- humanity that we il VuA attach proper Importance lo Hi filling ot young children, Somt or oilier, .we foci that Ihe fil gron- up, and ill some mysle: fashion acquire, sufficient il iigencp id wisdom lo "gi fjig." We lei them do tin: lie; tin seldom inquiring .Into focloi s tthich would assist Ihe.lr d .Velopmeiil Tht public schools of the nali lut. ot huinaiiily and Ithc ilnlv' lit lite in its fullness, we Swould have r. better citizenship, a Shelter opportunity and the joys of flife would be manifold. The of cilucaliim is not Inciessarily iiilcllisencc. llalher jtthi jnslifii itlon ot schools is ih.pre- i paring children to live as tidUlt liiiemliers of society, with an liiuler- niling of the nubility of earning one an apprcela- lioii of lerlam cardinal virtues. -i anil i to serve nipably in niuluti stition of life one may county ami Mrs. l.owery ot Edna, anil three grandsons. Tlie funeral will be from St. Mary's Church tomorrow morning al o'clock wilh interment in the Catholic Cemetery, Ihe cortege lo leave the residence al 10 o'clock. Rev. Lambert Schiel will officiate. NLY 37 PER GENT OF VICTORIA BIRTHS ARE REGISTERED; THE OTHER diiy Iwo auloino 8 bites collided al a corner. Out driver was phv.nly miming reck f, lessly. going entirely too fast am i failed to slow up at (lie intersec l- lion of the slreels. He didn'i argue aboul it at al i mpl> slid it WTS my faiill, llui i hf would jm tin. damages and, ai dcd m> polio covers Sin pit n is it not' Well, we ilon'l think so. Wli'a the young man overlooked was lh, nolhing hut the grace of the other car from turning 'ove that the driver of the lighter aitl mobile might have been killed ai that no insurance policy riMi cov j a pcrmaiictit injury lo a fello num. J f Tr- E SPIRIT of contentment and f ol u-riiitMile helps a great deal in Bone's life. It we are happy he- 3. cause of whM we possess and ap- pri'ciative of every evidence of jsjjpoorf Ihal comes iulo our lives, we Denier into a ronsciousncss through more of good comes lo us. S'-J Itefni; cnntcntnil ami appreciative Vmusfs lo draw to him many The. Advocate has rccsived thi; >11owins letter from Jesse T.i icholas, special aKcnt o! the llur- au of ccnaua, Austin, conipUining a londition in Victoria Counly lal should be corrected: "According In lisurcs om data secured by the scholastic Bounty. Guy Mitchell; whose death, oc- urriiig: early last night, has sail- detierf (he hearts of Ihe pe'onle liv- i n :.V i'ctor la-ainl. .Jaeksqii' 'J.ouii I -in (ill the' coast section 'rot- this, state .from Hous- Ion to was borif at Itlue Ridge, about nine miles from Mw.-lin. in Falls Co., Tex., August 21. IS70. He -was Ihe-eldest child of William Sleliry-and llargurcl L. aiid was educaled in the public schools, lhe.il." really country schools; of Kails Counly, and fin- ished his academic education at the Sum Houston Normal Institule. He chose as his vocation the pro- fession for which he was so em- liiiently filled, the law, sludying jsiune i'li'the office of Ihe law firm Ahercrombie and Randolph, Islilulcd of two ot this most famous jOf Ihe early lawyers ot Texas. He was admitted lo practice at the age of 15 years, and, for a number oiupiled practiced. in Whwlori He was illieu apnointctl Train Running from Monter- rey To Laredo Riddled With Bullets. HOLDUP MEN BLAMED One Coach Contained 46 Children en Route to- Schools in New Orleans; C. D. Wagcjoner Eluded Na- tion-wide- Search for More Than Week, IDENTIFIED BY LICENSE Warrant Obtained for Re- moval to New York, Dis- trict Attorney Says. IJKNVKU. Sept. cr. the small lown banker accused of swindling of Xcw York's hirsesl tiunnciul-inslimttoiis out of liulf.a million (loliiirs, is in Jail al New Castle.-Wyo.. today- Wasgouer was identified by his auto license. The Telluitle, Colo., bank president, eluded a nation- wide search for more than a week. He was arrested al a tourists camp eight miles north of town last night, lie calmjy declined ti> discuss the alleged fraudulent hank transac lions. O, Tex., Sept. Altl'iougii 700 rouiirts of shuts were1 fired inlo Ihc passenger Irain ruli- ning helween Laredo and Monterey no Injuries to the passensera 'wii's reported upon the arrival ot Iho Irnin here. One toath ottupied hj 15 thll clreii en soiite from Monterey to schools ill New Orleans ini- dled hy Imllels. The children were uinnjmeii when complied with Ihe I'liiulticlor's order lo lie flat on the floor. The linns look plate fne kilo meters south of Salinab ami Is be- to Have constituted an at tempi lo hold up and joot Ihe train ROSELLE 1 CLEGG WEDS MSSS PHILLIPS OF CHlGftSHA, 9HLA. eiisus Iho birth cerHIIcales on filfi ,-ilh the Stale Health nepartment burn enumerators and checked connly Judge of Jackson County in ami held that niost importanf. oifice in that county until 1010, per cent of Ihc children j when he resigned lo accept the Victoria Comity during 'position of District Attorney, which were registered hy tlie had become' vacant liy the rcsignn- ondin? physician or midwife, as tjon of Clcorge J. Schleither. Not- euuired by law. The whites only i wilhstaiuling this 2tlh JndicUvl Dis- has been al all lime.i, singularly fortunate in i class and ability ot its respet- csislered 4S per cent, (he Mcxi- tri.l rails only 23 per oent ami, so few'-now of Ihe negroes were enumerated thai we felt that this wus an un- live district attorneys, the name far representation. Jlauy children oi (Juy Mitchell ranks easily wilh ot "your cOHiily were ilcprivcd of ths> very best cf Ihese men. He the protection of a legal record ot a criminal 'lawyer ot greal liioir ngc, pareiitivie, and and knowledge and a keen ship. vigorous' prosecutor, yel al al -This failure is also causing tho times fair and Just, even lo Iho Miss Marie Phillips of Chicka- sha, Okla., hecanm the bride of Itosellc J. Clcgg at a quiet bin charmiiii- v.-cddins ai Ihe home of >lic srooin's parents, Mr. anil Mrs. lolnt It- tllegR. in this ciiy at ('clock this mornliiK. The cere nony was performed by Illght Uev Mousignor John Shcehaii of St Mary's Cliiirch and witnessed liv only relatives and very intimate 1 friends of -the contracting parlies. FIRE DEPARTMENT ANSWERS ALARM A blazins oil stove which caught fire at the home of -Mrs. H.. Perez, at oOS Kast Klayton Avenue shortly, before noon was extinguish- ed before the arrival of tliu t'ire Uepartmenl. Only slfehl damage was done. WARRANT OBTAINED FOR REMOVAL TO NEW YORK NKW YOIIK, Sept. warrant for the removal-of C. D Western banker wh [outwitted six New York bankiu iiislitiuions out of half a millio dollars, was nhtaincil today. Unite VICTORIA MMTiQN BOARD MEETING BE.-HEID--TONIGHT. There will pi thejs.ales Attorney Charles it. Tnttle ADDRESSES. POBiTRY RWSERSOF COUNTY The poultry raisers and fartnprj Victorhs County were given tUB iileasure ot hearing Jack Shelton. manager of the.Luring Founiialion I-'urm. i oiisisling of 1223 acres, speak last "'EM at Ihe Commerce Ifall on the subject of Poultry luisiiiess in to farm Management." Shelton was greeled by a large crowd.and. gave a lengthy talk on how to uian. The docm-alcd home was heanlifully ith pink roses and REPORT MADE BY RALPH CALHOUN TO GROCERY DEALERS Victoria SiHlvatlnn Army Board tho (.'hamlier of Commerce Hall lo- iiighl al seven o'clock. Dr. .lad; Knhn is cairman ot the beard. ilenl II. T. Hiihlcr was licsl Miss Mnrt-cllii PickerinB bridesmaid, l.itlle Miss Mary Mor- ris junior bridesmaid iind. Master ChwK rins bearer. Mrs. Jos. >Msnr of Ciierr, ssiiiR "Cod Touch- liefore the tnlry of the al members of the liidcpen- Mllanre hist in the offices of tho Kcluih- macher Company to a report by J. Ualph Calhoun of the ilislricl. convenllon recently held in New CHIEF CLERK NAMED TO SUCCEED RGB1SQN Al'HTIX, Sept. ll.-OHSt-J.' H- Walker, chief clerk of the General l.anil. Office here for the Um yiars. toilr.y w.w.named by Gover- nor Dan Mooily to succeed J. T. liobisou, who died lasl week. SUE FALVEY HEADS ORATORY GLASSES )F P08L1G SCHOOLS vnlcrans of Ihc World War their widows a considerable amount if trouble and expense in filing claims for compensation with Ihe Veteran's IWretvi. "A concerlPil drive is being malt', ai this time in an effort to improve registration iu Texas so that it may he admitted to Ihe Fcdcni Registration Area during H this is to be the combluod efforts of all civic agencies null Ioca.1 officials ia necessary. lowly and meanosl defcml- ant., v, ays Rightly' jusllco, his qbjecl was al- never mere reputiv tion or success. He held Ihc office of dislrict atlorney until he became H member of the (inn of Prottor. Vaudeiiberge, Crain and Milchcll, where he has pracliced law in Vic- toria and all Ihc surrounding coun- tiy for fitlcen years. On January 11, he was mar- ried lo Miss Anna Egg. wlm now survives him. She was the daiigh bridal party. For the procc-ssion Mrs. Grace Morris rendered grin's Wedding March and daring the ceremony phiycd suftly "I l-ovc You Truly." The brldc.smaid wore a tafett'a evening dress Representatives of each of Ilic six I. C. A. slores In Vidnria allciui- cd last night's meclins. picture lial and carried an arm boiiquel of yellow roses. The bride was ailir- cd in a traveling anil of midnighl bine Hal crepe wilh accessories lo match. Her arm was of pink roses and lilies of the valley. II was caught by Miss Cliarlollc West. The bride is a most lovely and SOLONS OFFER TO WORK WITHOUT PAY TO HELP WIDOWS AUSTIN. Sept. 11. -For ly- sis members of the House and IS members of Ihe Senate agrec-il lo- day to serve without pay in a brief CHICAGO HAS SCHOOL FOR TAX COLLECTORS CHICAGO, Sept. promote paiiilesfi extraction ot lax es from citizens' pockets, a scb.no for deputies has been inaugurated here. The collectors. 'INTO required to so l-j school for two hours every even- inj; from now until they have mas- tered tin' Inlrlraeios ot tax levlv-S made upon real estate firms, club.-: a.i The Victoria junior College is ery tortuiifttB this year. in having Iho head of the oratory depart- tent Miss Sue Kalvey of Austin. liss Kalvey is a graduate of the aw department and public speak ug department of tho University o'. Texas has had several years oratory am a farm successfully both i productive and financial way.. The speaker used the illustration ot a wheel with the csuter or hub representing the Jersey cbw.j sur- rounded by spokes of age. poullry, caltle. cotlou, clc., and also stated hat the poultry part on brought ill the greatest proceeds. Their flock consists tens and so far this1 year have net- led the sum ot In the course of his address Mr: Kheltou also discussed the various diseases peculiar lo poultry and live stock, and he made known and explained the use cf a, vaccine re: lireclins the little theatre move- ncnt. She has also traveled and studied in Kurope a bil. ccntly perfeded by the .government thai is administered and used oil .poullry to (ishl the diseases- of Miss Kalvey Will have a studio chkkeii colds, 1-, oi the school buildings. I vaccine now being obtainable from She atrcjyly has qiiUe a number of'County If. sliideiils anil others are cnrollius from tn i day. and mother will occupy an apartment in the M. 1.. Stoner resilience. HANGING WALKS FOR FUTURE IG STORES .itii: K. Ksg of Edna, TCXAS. The r cent I When we see Ihc confu- ami disorder whiih Ihf discon- nloil one brings lo himself we 1 thai we' shall always hfl to avoir! the atlitude of discon Kast Mostly cloudy local showers tontglil ami Thurs day. West rains lo- iiighl and Thursday. Komcwhal warmer. I'm- some time he hns been Hit man's man. the Central Power ami One. of keen observation and company's plain at Port with a philosophy l-'ollowlng a sumptuous while accurate, was human Mr. and Mrs. Cloeg on their Contlnucit on pase twoj Lavaca. 1' di'parlo'l for San Anluni" Among 1'ie oiit'Cif-town guests at Ibis notable social affair were Mrs. K. .1. llogan and daiighlt'i'. Miss i Kdna, of llouslon and Mrs. Frank n and daughter, Mrs. .Jos. of ''We also want to he sure the taxpayer gets a square, doa 1? our field deputies their business they can render nion- efficient and courteous serv- LONDON, -sept, The >is store of ion hence will lave a hanging sidewalk, or wide balcony, outside every tioor. Peo- ple will be able to wander j looking at shop windows all the] way uii the building1. This forecast was made by Jd- Hill, well known British ftr- diite.'l. in a lecture at Osfoid. Tho b.ihrony Idea will solve Ihc iiroh- K m of how lo let people gaze In siorf'Wir.ilows without beins push- away by bustling crowds. IS. Koss. It U hoiisil thai local poultry ratseVS will make use of this opportunity tr> secure this aid and worlt to'- lo combat the diseivies pre- valeiit among their flocks. The aliove meeting was called to order hy President H. K. llarpln of the Coast Poullry Mil Pet Stoik Association. The min- utes wore read by Ihe secretary an.il approved. Various olher busi- ness was discussed and taken care of. one item being to make known ti all raisors of Victoria .County or persons that the rule; of the "Klock Contest" sponsored by the association may be oblain- ci! at the office ot cminly ascn'- the Chamber of Hall The association U thankful If.- Mr. Sheltou for the splendid talt gave and for the educational arid instructive value received therefrom.
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