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Advocate (Newspaper) - September 23, 1929, Victoria, Texas Filled DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Optometrist 609-10 Welder Bliig. Phone 233 VICTORIA ADVOCAT FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE' .AFTERNOON EDITION Geo, H. French, Publisher. XM VOLUME 32 AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GKNKRAU "VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 23, 1929. HOLLAND Easy Terms Phone Subscription: Per Annum "NUMBER 3? HIGHWAY 12 H H -K -Yictbria Committee Brings Twelve Jerseys Here V w a? M X ft gg Fort Worth Aerocade Plane Crashes Arrested Cows Were Purchased From Famous Lasater Herd. BOY OFF TO SCHOOL Carload of Twenty-One Ex- pected to Arrive in This City Tuesday. 'Hull, is i snow, Inuil toi nood Jclf.cv mill (lie tin In (lnnilii.1 i" CommLicc has lieiu ininrf i" IUIAU --nnie foi Hie monlli 01 so lo in( L herd of '1 lu'ul in salt, in ir fun I is owned i nun who wauls In go ti uilleBe lliis til! flit in ioucli limi mil It Hut inir- UnsLd out the l.i-itei herd at COULDN'T DELIVER THIS ORDER OF- ICE CREAM All iiivlnl c'Jiilrae- tor. who Is' RivinK ;tlie city water lower a silvery 'tint. Ayus swinging hack anil forlli In a Irirgc Inisket atoiiRSldo tlio lniRO lank in the dead licut of His atternoon liing his hrush ;isuinsl the bides. v LUiU aiuirn. I of Governor and! familiar to Avoid Storm II C tllal is lo all Vic- v Int0 of Former U. S. President. tlreii. "Swec-l vnnlllivloiUiy. lied CEREMONY AT 4 P. hot tamales, -5'lMn "lirhiK me I wo j shouted .Williams. j Craning his ne'c-k toward wliei-o' the sound came from, ohl .lohu Spencer, the uesro who.has bee-n selling hot lam- ales and ice cream on -the flf.Vk'torhv for more than ;i decade, began jus. to make and Plunged Into Wild: Brush. ONE INJURED Extensive Preparations for Event; Many Are. Present. Truly shattuck, 25 years ago the toast of Europe and America, and who was once the envy cf. the chorus girls in the Weber and Fields company, was arrested in PLA1NVILLE, Conn.; Sept. :J A. girl and boy who were married this afternoon were; the', daughter of a gover- nor 'and the' son of president. j Florehie'TriirribUil, daughter ol the governor of Connecticut, and John .Coolidge, son of former President Coolidgc, were married this afternoon at 4 o'clock amid the peering eyes of a world that likes ro mance. I'l.AINVlM.K. this clelivory. it the first order .he hns ever failed to deliver. F.elds company was .rr for the Chicrgo on a charge ol steahno a Trllm. w.is T-ked for Ihei.i lhe> pur chi-ed mil will be broiislit to n torn ihib week One of Ihe lows ui this herd hist nwiHlh pritlmcdl" utti iltest pounds of butter fit and is the 1 in 'he heid Thiee othus pio- diieed II) pounds weie fortunite to find this bunch of biph m ulo mil ut .1 ie ibh iniec consiileimg lit, blu demand (01 piodimrs mil the si of lows lhal me now pro milk Tins (Si of lows is eMieilrd (o .nine lues iln jnd cm be sicu it M ill in s pi in out ui n Iho Luiinvls Hun Ih" wiuli dress worth IIS. Invalid Was With. Grand- mother at City Tour- ist Camp. this ivflcriioou ot Horone-e f rum- hull, daughter of. Governor John II. Trninliiiil of'.Connecticut, anil i.lr-hu Coollrtse, "son of former Presi- dent (.'oollrtsc.- were .made Sunday iji-s florists, cnlercrs ami carpenicrj (omplcted (heir The Con'gvegnl tonal Church, where Ihe ceremony, will lake place, Ihe Tnimbiill .home, whcih will be the scene of the wed-' ding reception, 'Will lie transform- I Conl limed 011 two) Oarty Will Reach Laredo Tuesday or Wednes Believed. lAlthDO Sepl llul I'nleokc iei and- four -passenger :niknm Hull w.n Uiredo iiiiinjuii.il hut v Uh thQ cxpLiienee of b nmrf ei ished in the wild biush countn of .eon. It hi lined (be will reaeh I uedo milil Tiosdiv in The coniiln is lough iiid pnl ot the Jonrnev must IK. nnde stride Mi mm Imrrus .The plane "washed out" when 1'ideoke bioiulu il n ulei los Iim Ins dii ei lion mm, to luml i storm Study Club Cabaret Fire StHtTCIUI a Exter.or of the Study Club Cabaret ms met death ,r -i mysterious fire Deiro i The dead were trapped by Arrived iiVGeortjetQwn, B. G, This Morning at OKOKCETOWN, Brilisii .Oiiina. S. A. Sepl, A. rsli arrived hero at en route from of. datl. I'iininmvllio.. Dutch. Guiiia. SCOUTS'AQVERTISE Piopnetor Out Op Bond; Conn and City Sued nLiuoir -jepi 'J nil (limine .nits luuincil -today i .HU-.1 Ilie Sttidj (luh dowuloiui iliiiel of i iliiistions flic tlmeiiulioinl Illustrated ,Xews> Pavement Laid Is Two and One-Quarter Miles In Length. WORK IS PROGRESSING ,11 Begin At Garcitas Bridge and Work This Way Now. two md one ler miles of eonciete uiumcnt hue hccn l.iid iiom lelfernti low.rrta lliis ntv Jlr.bbs .mil Weteg.irt nev, load eonlraelois of Sjn Bent to, wlm li.nc Ihe conli.ict foi piv iiiK the slirteh of HmhwiO 12 irom the Victoria Hue ne.ir Iiier, to this .1 distance of about 15 miles 'Ihc woik was onli recent- ly completed 'Ihe tonlr.ietois now moving their m.uhineis lo a point a short I MI lance this side ot the UarctUs, 'leek tiiUlijc, which is two miles; veil ol Inez, where the> will be gin -.paving lonauls Telferuei to connect the project .ilrcady limed It is expected tuivel OTcr'i> oaitfr, ot the two .mil J qtmrtei milu stretch will be willun a few ..__lvi> in order lo do awas wilh- the IOUK detom In th-it iciiutv Weathered Heavy Thunder- storms on Way to Seattle: BIIKMKHTOX. Sept. 23 llnssiiin pliine. "l.auil ot to- New York rum Moscow, vvna ai-liediilcd I'1 iop olt from Aleutian'island lal this morniim. aei-orillns lo radiu j tin The journey across the.Uarriheun Sen niid a IOUK the iinrthcru cwst of Soulh America wtis without i" icidenl. Tiie wcalhev" was fine. The Vlilivm Sioutlliml mil Corps i (imposed ot in ilrumcnts S-iturdiv 1 din, I muse I. undo md I 1 (-imim fl" Ihe purlins of Ilie IP proaihniE Distriil F in Kascy C. Williams, lii-yeii youth, who ill company with older brother and his SO-year-old Cl ui-' prandmolher, came ti, ('ily J uiriconic li.nioaso from Jlnson How-; died Saturday al the Cily .-IUTTLE PROGRESS MADE IN PROBE OF BORGER SLAYING The delegation It'l oehuk Hat Urdu inornlnn md retmnc.il eirlv [that niSht. 1'ORT OF SPAIN'. Trinidad, Sept-j of the fair il's- A.. Lindbergh j Various .kinds of liieruture and his fellow pioneers of Ihe jtll 0[ towns visilcd while ore blazins a new air .pas- senger sv.id mail route over iris mm ,csr, il of U em will llkeli Tourisl Park of Tuhci'cnlos..-. 74 t taken 'upon arrival liei il bui been nppiin 11 si'vor- w to Kept. in- Tit in l wiis I.eld Sunday mnrnius t o'clock wilh hnrial In- Ihe vesligatius Ihe asHissjnatiou of iv'en Cemelery. A. .1.! IVislricl Allorney John A. Holmes ___band and IdiBle corps save con- 0 J certs. persons were Carrihean Sea, tamed tlicir music, and com- highly thi' Scouts. Many toward aoulli America today. They l bond is I i" not .ciucii 101 mosi will lie held today lie bcuh of .1 dincu IK rib i K< Mud tohn eibiicl is hbn.v under i H yrelatives ;ot several of the ilis-pts istor victims akaiiisl Colin anil Hie city or both. report here. 20 YEARHEIU1S: Neb, Sept Rnitelli Suul.i> walked the strcbla down which 20 >ears au-o had pass- ed his friends relathes behind ,i heaise tliej belied car- ried his remains. .ittei Iwo deeddes of ab- sence from his home lown found per-nus and lew scenes which his past here: His fnuer- Sh Wilb him veiled Ihe whereoliouls i who jlso pointed out m the cemetery hi- ncalnsl Ucbcci a llradlcy ers. charficd wilh robbiiiR the Hndii bank in U'2fi. Sept. wliiih early l-'rirtisy niorning. hurst siiiblculy in on "more than ISO plea- sure seekers iu the Study Club, a i lilph-llfih! Detroit's nijitit life, its tweiitielh victim and I the (b'aihs of iwsslbly a dozen oth' I I telSORETflE CAUSE OF I'AlllS. Kept. A little j corn. on Uie.loe was the cause "f j the murdi'i- which occurred at Suiul-j that lie do so. Sept. Hcnry n- ta mfn m. .lii'Kfm-lhoRisantic Sliiscle Shc.ils, imwci. am, hius so udvifiert Senator Jtefliu. Liniio- t. Alabnmn.- wlm reieully wrote IK-trnit manufaeHirer rerjncat- OHCII. a >f rai-is. recently. to'ihe Alah.ima seualor, Itavhl Go- K. i.eibuld, gem-nil -.ecreury It) mez. a Spanish subjei-t, was UK-.1111--. Kuril.' wrote that happy of Ihe painful al (his time- whereby tbo jicl whicli made him a innrdurer. 1 lit A fellow worlimaii in I be sloueyard uccidcnlally dropped a bis linmr.ier Milte'le .Shoals could S'ers are feared. The last two i' t on pase Iwol ELECTIONS IN VERA SUBJECTS flRDERED TOLEMEHANtt CBU1 MEX, .uiiui-. 1 I, rales from both Of the deaths. 1S1 omirrcd i" inlu-cnsul .iirplim- one air mallvilot lo.t life.md s mail flew a lolal of l.US.JSl miles. jlore Hum per (out of Ihe liccns- planes flow IhroiiKhoul the year wUliont any fatal sM-ci.lcnls. if Is standard and the pilot cap-1 two) ;clly October S to i women arresled In fnm lers hero lasl July. jparenlly was lost, offer-jibe tiles Holmes of Ihc have used ami il turned ivo5idcins of each place may take itiunliy of fpcnillns one ;it I lie Victoria District by The ilnla ap-' It was nol in LIS known to nl Mr. lilnudcll emnhiHicnlly. dc- iiicil Saturday nisht that he had said lie "was HirniDih wilh 'he j o.ise." or that .he bad surrendered j it in any manner. Scheduled to Start Today. ____- MKXK'0 CITY. Sept: MEXICO CITV. HCPI. Local -icclions Five Mexican and one Vnlteil Slates .Ktate of .irialors are entered In the M.-xieo 'City-Kansas Cily air race which wan scheduled lo siarl today ai IVnl Hucna Vlclil. weather permil- Comez lobl lln coutiln't it. sre.il ami th.il he it' anyotu police- lie i'-ist i lilt1 was would do it ap rd Knmhiy amid bbidshed and vio-i.. p ..rj tOQAnnD TO Ml I'rUisb ami America Mice, acci.nllns I" advices RmORuOHuUn U ordered to cvar.nal tr.im.thc Ciiy of Vcra _ unUTIHP nrPTilcbana H.iuhow. ailuees from Hi ;TAKE MONTH'S ant federal district Amerillo. Holmes was lo cast: I explained, lienn In l.ockl nn se. and Mr. will, Mood on the case, held in iuclusiv thisithe mornlw after (he sliootins oc.-j wife, who is Variously ill. J whal improved, he said. The niiicd Suites nc.U is Arl hiil, who flew from California Ilnwaii. The oiitslandini: Mexican will he competitor if Col- Robertson V'icv-i viille.il." I rn. for bis non-slop flisbi between Mexico Cily and Havana j and Mexico Cily and San OleKO. j 1 Klislu slops will made at i I lirowusvlllr. Texas. Wewoka, Okki.. (lay. Kifty persons wi-iv v.-nnudi-i Crnr. City und i" Corel lo II is believed llim win- Kill bm ,he number BRVSSBLS. slated. __ iitics ho.-ill some land Mo. 'i Tuesday. will leave Wednesday for OltKUl r ili.Uv tor a month of ves-l 01, the ;-in.usiilef. of bis pbysh-iau. who Ibiuks! Nalioiwbsi l public
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