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   Advocate (Newspaper) - September 30, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Fitted Exctwlve OptomeUiit Bldg. Phone 233 -AFTERNOON. FOR FURNITURE AND 1 GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND Terms Phone 159 'FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, souriiwcsr IN --------v'mTORlA DAILY ADVOCATE. MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 31929. Subteription; Per Annum UMBER 43 bankrupt 1" lllt'i the man who lias lost nls W Ainold iTIMENT IN Ihe United .seems, to be In ot re ,R tbe calendar now being ____aing to a. report of the fnl "committee on Calendar [cation. tommlttco ha-, Just contlurt ,jcai's Investigation of thl  "illc wlml W'1S whipping to icporls ncctvod hue calls lodav Tlic Apalaihicola depot was roofed. Wire communications Apaluhit'oli were down llellct agei HB bs I'oil heie aio Decoy Package Fails to Lure Threat Letter Writer PftGUGIlS MIAMI, Fl.i, Sept 3D-sheriff M p of Dade ic turned 8uiwU> from Homestead, 30 mills booth of Miami after i hazardous drive ovci Inundated and dcbiisstiovvn highways and report ed tlwl cttv was flooded to .1 depth of from one to five feet, as a result f in thai occ red that seclion KrirtW, Satnidav nlglit nnd Sunday No deaths were re polled, but a fev.- peisons were klisrtilh injured dunng the storm The slierlff linniediatclv took .chaige. of the bitualion at Home wtlh theVeseut coufu Utead and established quanl Sue lo Hie that -io manyliii ivml around the lown He and lut cilciular? are in In pirts of the vorlil Tlie Scan committee, bib l.eui -vU co-operaUoti -wllb n commit- tbe league of Naliou-, lu .i> it Is hoped Hint a chunged dai be aBteed .ind Cln lisp througliout the entire ij elides began rubhin; plies and dunking section Red Cross and olhei rellel food sup HURRICANE WARNINGS REISSUED ON COAST SENATE is tar to relievo the farmei, bcreb> itotltv them lhai a a a lo I of fvnucn who are thev will not have much CONGRESSMEN are out ng after their rorccb ind gath- hokum for their relief. Every- is asfting relief but no one with what Ihey get. if ENGLAND is ilo Ing some of her feliltcntnric the United ates is liuilding new ones to ar. fmoiHtc tin. crowds The U. S s laws to make men good do not know bow England doe. NKW OIILKANS, Sept -Hun-liMHC warnings from Pen sacoli, Fla, to the mouth of the Mississippi ISivei weie reissued at G a in tod.o after picked up here bv Tropical Radio inilteal cd ,i storm incrcabing in iiilenbil> STORM MOVES NORTHWARD. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Sept. .30 hurricane which ravaged N'assan and brought buffeting gales to Southeast Florida passed swiftly lorthwOTd Sunday afternoon, tak- ng threat to a .200-mile slrip ot coast between the mouth of the Hivar and Apaladiicola, Two Hundred Feet of Trestle Work Leading to River Structure Burns. FIRE'S ORIGIN UNKNOWN Trains Routed Via Kenedy- Resumption of Service Expected Tomorrow. bundled feel ol the vvestei licslle approach to Hie Sonlhei 1'acific bridge aci'ps's tlie CuaiUlui Klier a mile bejohtl Cnero d strosed a file of. unknown late Sunday morning and a1; ,i'.f suit there was no diieU train' ice t'odiv 'between Uclori.i an San Antonio, passengers, mini and freight being ti msported vii Ken edv and llecvilte. It i, believed that the appro nil will be repaired In lime for the In teirnpted service to be lesumod, to morrow. Since '-the is not on tlio Victoria Uivislbn but under the Di- vision, llie railway nulhoritlcs hen were not' fully' advlsed'.or Ihe tails of; the'fire plans toi Hie repair of the tresllcl: Detained m Small Town Near Hot Springs for Questioning. ONE IS'AN EX-CONVICT Suit Description of Wlen Seen in Hotel at Time of Murder. Sheriff Weisiger Has Several Clues as to Author of Letter. ARREST Writer Thought to Be Seri- ous-Minded and Intelli- gent Person; The for tht arrest and conviction of the murder- ers of Preston R Auslm, Vic- toria cattleman who was slain in his hptel room in Hot Spnnfls. Ark Thursday night, was in- creased to dollars today. The reward consists of one thousand dollars offered by the hotel where the murder was committed and five thousand, dollars by tde Austin family. i KOIII men said lo answer Ihe No nrrest had been imiile at ot fbni men teen by Uts. ibis afterubqn in coniiec bo> on the hotel Boor in about tbe National Bank and wulely (he iioUexeil to have bca t, 'known nuicliman of South Texas., are ciuestioite'fl tbreatening his life iiuless he de and hngerp.tnted in Hot Fla. The west coast of Klorlda, wliiuli thus was drawn to the east of the storm center W it look a diagonal course inMlie expcrieiiced mm. m FOR 'HIE-IN-ONE MADE BORGMENT INTO 1 ON.VIGTORIUINKS Ef FECT ON SUNDM high winds which reached gale force south of Tainna, but inflicted minor damage, as the heaviest VHAT'S the use of dnoibells any j -_....._ ore. the horns on tlie cars seem answering tlie purpose pretty ricane ceiiler. CHILDREN are back In Uiool., After a mosl gorgeous illon, Ihey are at Iheir desks wondciing vvlio started it all Bharlemasne, Ihe greal emperor, take a lot of Ihe blame for S-tlng school. Some people saS" viiids always head east of the liur- AGtEPTED; BY PREMIER LONDON, bep', 1' mlcr Hamsay MiieUopald of lirit Sept declaring mifle iuvcnt-jd schools. he Hired Ihe education of everyone 1 inaugurated a great school sys- throughout the empire In 715. res Coming (loser to home, the llcv. Cotton started the first school jhe United Slates at Boston in With the 1W. Jolm Kllot, liev. Sion started a campaign for more jols in tbe colonies, in 1C12. 'general court ot Massachusetts npletcd Ibclr work by maWnS a all chllilrcii to K" to iVOol whelhir lhe> wanlert to or ApiiiVi'cnlly the.storm lost.much cf its' intensity In blowing across the Florida Keys and, the'sparsely Inhabited tip ot the' Florida Pen- ninsnla, but the Weather llurcan warned that winds of hurricane in- tensity probably :still ueur the centor. No distress was reported fron gulf "shipping, which was warnct far in advance, but two boats wcro reported aground in the Atlanli Ocean off the Bahanw. These reports came from the ita Bin, journeying irom the talcs aboard'the Herciig'aria ins ccepicd an inviialiim lo the fnc ora of the city of New York upon is arrival, a wireless message board (he vessel w'thc Daily Mail luted-today. Tlie premier will .fa direct to the ;ity ball to be received by Mayor VUbllN Moodv s martnl foi piiblit here lodiv The major citv commissioner mil the police department anil the '-beiiff mil lonnti jndfcc ot lint cbiiVsoii County were suspended when the procliuntioii il.-ted Sit n iliv plired the oil boon town iniler.military rule. jtlie Ocn. .1. F. Woltcrs was placed in cpminand sent tram Fort Worth. t Under terms of tlie iii'oclnmalion. i Hits officials were, suspoinled v. record vv  "I nrly recovery byr Jay uiulu i biidgo on the Seadrifl road here Salurdiv However, Sherifi II S q.i10 were not 1 V cibige, of .this" county, who Is at the Hotel One of them has Uidi.i" many officers throughout identified as a resident ot Koit Ihib Action In the search for tlw Woitli and an convict ot Louw- author of the letter and is leceiv others s--vld the) 1 UK Ihe assislance of handwriting [from Oblo ib at work on several (.Hits nil. still hopeful of making ll" of Houston, who early arrest. It is believed that' the Icller was.written.by a serious minded person of considerable in Ic-llu-nic The waiting was ueitlv mil paiiistuliiiigly formed printed capital Idlers. Mr. Welder, with Mi armed es crt (OiiLCilcd in Hie iiclsbborliood. COLLEGE Walker, Ihen a two-hour reception their in- and he will proceed lo Washington. He is due to arrive In New York DM HAGHAL-.DIES' AND BUM SUNDAY ilio Marine Corporation station a Palm'Beach; A wrecking crew which returned I to West from 50 miles up the overseas railway reported the Flor- ida Kast Coast Hallway tut by a viisbcnt near S'o Name Key and hat the stale highway was under water. Damage to property as a result ot the storm still was nnesliinatcd. and he will proceed io Wasliiuslon. and Itnt-i Conn.. Sept. SC Ymk 1 -jiNSI-The first of the colleges i Friday. The governor slated that siaies to boar the unin Wcielyan is now in its nlnct! II, year.nhif Its faculty and a lii looking forward lo lli when llic''centennial of tl litutlbn will be ceiebraled Weselya'n ijiiivefslty. here, wilh mes' L. MtCfliianshy. presWcnl, RUSSIAN AIRPLANE LANDS IN ALASKA FORTY PERSONS INJURED AT FORT LAUDEROALE, FLA. FT I.AUUBRDAl.K, Fla.. Sv-pt. in Oov. persons suffered fought 'he idea of a nmU of a freak cyclone believed to be an otfshot of the tropical storm which; speeded the development ot great present (liV puhlio school mil Ihe chil Iren had one friend in Gov. llerVeh'.v 0' w no so eitectlveU that Virginia free schools until after the iiVar. He believed thai edu- broil disobedience and lodav most of us liwc lo IhlnU differen'ly. Willie! .Make a sen- the wouls. 'deface, dc fand detail SITKA, Alaska. Sept- ot Soviets." liu'sian plane en route lo New York fron Moscow, was being groomed an ietuclcd here loday for the next leg of 'he journey to Se.-yttlo. Tbe SOS signal scnl vvas Ihe cralor's mls'alie. BERLlFtiRNiENT FOR PING PONGERS liinsou County. Tbe governor slated that mar- tial lavv would be in in Borg- cr'until he.was satisfied that there would be strict eiiforcemenl ot the law.' lie assured the business men of Hoi'Ber thi-re. was no need of alarm. -The criminal clement will .Ilriiinaled from llulchluson Conn ty. struck here last nlslil. No deaths were reported. went over de- detail WEATHEOEPORT and cooler except in tlie lower Ulo (irandt-. Valley to- nifht. Tuesday fair. Sul't. ci.ntesls (or the world's channel 5hlp in table tennis, the. dlgnlfic >ame now .given lo what was orig Inally known as ping pong, will I l.cld in Berlin ..from January 20 I The best players ot all con tries In Knrope have already slgi ficd their intention of lielnK 1're cut. ARTIAL LAW WENT INTO EFFECT AT 3 p. m ItOKOKII. Kepi. law went Into effect here ,11 clock Sunday afternoon at whiol me Texas Hangers look over lh ly hall, it was learned aiithnrit! vely. A special train of. IS" mlliliam rom Forl Worth due' lo a ive liere .this morninj.'. Kai lave nccnpli-d 'Im luiwn since tl issassinallon .if District Atlorm Johnny A.. Holinvs iwn ap (Jovernor Moody niaile I a proclamation of. m tial lavv would he made today. Mayor (Ueun A. I'at-e llorg was arrested Sunday by r.inj! and appeared today tor a ftas scm to not SpruiKS to work :on Ihe case at the remiest oC ton and Victoria friends, of Mr Am [tin, Miovvn in have bin.' eedeil in s< Limns J uimiber of tmserpilnt' the room where the ranchman was slain were taken frbln the telephone rciener which was loposileil a decoy package [lisconnetied, the bctP 11 c budm as directed but at a late hour'Saturday .nobody had called for it. The report was widely tir- ul led throughout this section lo- ,i that llic shock of receiving the Idler had. caused Mr. Welder lo suffer a stroke of paralysis ami of- i-iisloncil inin-h concern and many anxious Imiiiiries. The fact AT A I pUDIQTli pro unnio 1 1 i Mr. Welder's uncle. Jas. F. Welder. 'cKiirinun of thu board of the Vlc- torla National ISank' and himself a vhich he was bound, and Ins emplv', IIIUL-. found on aivolhcr bed In Ijto .-iioni compaiUon of these cipimlb and those of llie will be made late todav, it ported here, and should them agice It H understood that all four of the men. .who were travel- ing together, will be formally charg- ed with murder enough circumstantial evidence has been .erlou-Is Dick ItAchal, forinor-.depnly Unit- ed States mar.-hal and well known Victoria, who. was serving term iu the Federal' penitentiary in connection ,wlth lion. died in prison Kriday and was buried at Corpus .Christl Sunday. .Mr Hach.il1 was a member of II, mes L. tfl. .Texas family, nounceifas tlio year oiwned ujs wife and a num risl dirollment' in hi'lory. in general condl-1 UQ on of strength all around. j HU ASBliwTWHEH FROM F1.KERS AFTER !0. slept. Becker-has sued her; uisbaud. for dlvonr, mat diirlns the past IS I months they have lived ie has not spoken lo IVcr. Sepu hf-er today co HF.IILIN. word w'as i rrrnin-: ihe fa'.e ot Diemlon CosU's and ManrkC'IK-llonte. mi ilnc nn a long itUlaiicc flight .uu, WIMV h _______i reported over Colonuo beailiu ot approximately mil sute witness in   pi The mayor made bond lo slop at Irkutsk and fore County Jmlue II- M, Hood. w ToVio. A n-ainlncnt r.iuchmim. is his home here is believed to e given rise to the report, .las. Welder's condition was reported iroved today. The bank president, while not atin? the -matter lightly, and kins reasonable i.rcc.-vullons. is ot fearless disposition and absolute unperturbed. In tact, he inlcnd lo lEiiore the. letter until advis otherwise. Ki> was about th y today and served an aclive llbearer al Ihe Austin funeral. A rciKirt also was widely cird ted today .that another Victoria vl received a similar letter, hi ils also proved lo bo untrue. Th c.imdalion for il was Ihe fact mail ulillt tbat a woman thre aso addressed an anon letter to Sheriff Welsig found against two ot the men justify detaining them indefinitely, It is said. Mr. Austin's funeral took place- m his residence in this ill) 3< n o'clock. tlila morning and wjs ry largely attended, miuisr -prom- ent people from widely separat'tt pclnts being present. There creat profusion of rnasmiicout iral tribute.-. Ilev. O. C. Willi-fm- son, I'resbyleVian minister of MK conducted the rites and burlil niaiio in the. Kvergreen f emf cry. I.eadiiis citizens ot Houston, an Antonio. Victom and 'other places were the .honorary am! news atlbearers. The banks ami other houses were closed during the hour of the funeral. 1ha.t ibis man was se Ine her husband whiskey and d rlarlm? that unless tbo anthoritl acted to stop him she would k .Im. The woman not believed lave bc.'ii justified In her ass lion. The authorities nro fairly ot her Identity and satis- fied she' has no lOiineclion with the letter Unit was aiMrt-ssfil I" Mr- Welder. FOUR ARRESTS MADE. HOT SPUIXOS. Ark.. Sept. Four men were held last ihrec at llonnevllle nnd ono .r (iiieslionlng in (he murder Anslln. wealthy Vu'lovi.i. catllemnn. whose body iv.is tVinnd in u hotel riiom bevc Friday. They were arrested on suspicion. Jne !i. Hawkins. Vwt. Tex., was in Jail here vvlillo Coutiuued on trr   

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