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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 7, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Eyej Filled JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 60V-IO Weliler Sldg.' Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION..'- FOR FURNITURE AND i GAS STOVES SEE i HOLLANDS Easy Terms Phone 159 II. French, Publisher, FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSf IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per AnnuN- VO'LUME 32 VICTORIA DA1LV ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 7, 1929. NUMBF.R V} Timely Topics THE CITIZENS of Victoria, and Ibft KiHTonmling Kef-lions await but rise of another sun that, will slr.nul iho ol Kixlh An mini Victoria District fair. Without iiny sinus of u reason- able doubt, tlu> event that wilt net uiiilcr way with a IciiKlhy parade, loiuoi'rovi' morning o'clock will be liy far Hie bifgest, best'ami must niluruiiiiiiij; ex-position of any of the previous five. Too, Victoria's full' will outrival any In South- v.etit Texas fur e-xhlbUs and outer- tiilnmout. a great deal of which will be jubsclnlcly free. The fair will ho In session from tomorrow until K'.ilurday (ilK days am! five MR llllllllK. As. IHIR been (lie case in [he past, tlt Hi I daj; will lie'ilcvoicrt lo Hie vonif, people, known as Children's iKiy aial Hoys' anil Girls' Club Day. A pariulp will bo lielt! 'lo Ihe grounds, wlier'j all school children will bo .admtllcd free, lifter which i program will tako place i.i front of tlte grandstand. A foot. giimo between ilu Hid S MI Antonio Junior Colleges will be tiler feature of the afteniotm. Fvioiidjy Day, de-voted 10 [lie plea- sure and cnicrliiliunent of oni scheduled for tile sec- ond day. It Is this evening a In ,c ijtigcnnt, "The Port of I) i ims." will lie under (he direction of Ihe llronte Club, Hun- (1 ids from the surrounding towns ilw er.n he found hi atU-ndaucc en (bis night. dty. dedicated lo ihosc hardy pioneers '.vlio laid. the foundation for tills section's greatness. "I'ion- ccr'N will be observed on the third'liny of.ths fair. Thursday. The Victoria Koyal i-'aufare, day. il o Know Eis'Houslon Day, is des- i ititPil for FYMiryv Tlic- Southern f1 ifie lifl-picce band and Ibe Hous- ton Shriaer's Bam] and Drum ami Corps njd silent drill (earn AL PEACE CONFERENCE 'CALLED FOB LONDON Work on Victoria Airport to Begin in Sixty Days p LAST x V K K.-.-K x K K fiREMST IS' Big Fair Parade Starts at A.M. Tomorrow; F11 RUM WAKIIIXdTOX, On. the first time hi hl.slory a lirit- sli .prime minister addressed the United Stales Senate- today when tamsay MacDonald. fre.sb from onclinlf.iK nn -.villi I'res- dent Herbert Hoover the calling of the London (.'nnff.-r- set forth his country's aims for liitci-iiittltuiiir' [leaf; I lie (lias beside Vice-President Clunks Curtis. MacUouahl said wul- wei-n the United Stales and fircat Britain CONFERENCE IN LONDON THIRD WEEK IN JANUARY Oct.. ri'otupl accept !j? Japan, Kfiinci! and Hilly exiiCLUHJ here lo (Lo invitiitUjiis wliicli tuinurrow sluing ilio fivo-iio (LtsannantcuL confuiijinjt; for iu .January in i France.may acctjit with her i.'i'.s bill will accept never- IhuJess if for no othor reason Ihan jio imlioti uffonl 10 be .ilrtctil in a of refusnij; lo discuss a prohloin of HO viutl iin- iKiu to the peace: of UK.- world. HOOVER AND MACDONALD RETURN FROM VIRGINIA WASHINGTON. OcU lefioshcil from a iti thu1 1 v racing niouniain air ni Virginia j Imposes "White Slavers" I To Be Established tion with Houston-Browns- ville Airway. U. S. TO PAY EXPENSE Three Beacon Stations Also to Be Located Ten Miles Apart in County. Within tin. next Ihe itiuK and oilier equipment will Due to the killing of District'Attor installed at-the Vieloriii airixn't ney Jonn A Holmes of- Borgcr, thai is to be est ihli lied along the Texas, in a series of crimes viiiichlne.iv United States airway from- have terrorized the inhabitant-, the Houston to firownsville. The aov- and 'apparently satisfied with ihojfoun bscfj placed under mar- (eminent Uvst Juh leased 100 acres tial law and the city officials re-1 of tile Million mm It (routing fat lulf Hoor- M ii f Saturday, tlie final day, :K known i Day. This tlay, in- cidentally, is it iiiUiunal holiduy The JUi'C ami Dai Ciiniivul, ulikli will proving, the midway I) i lions, is oin; of the largest traveling In the South. It alrendy f Juiw established hciYlfjr.irter.s on ground.-. Ilorsi; racing. Wednu.-'dny, 'Hun's- ilny. Frfdiiy ami Rahirduy. will to this sciiie of tlio fnst- cst steeds in the shite ill .sorts free added n-Urat1- ttons will tjo .aning on ;it ;ill tinio-i O-r llit- flay iiiJfl ;il MATCH_ES. LIKE nr'fe v.iiyj ill hied. f li H ilipy .sin- up U .sure sjireaO. EVERY TOWN could In- biiHlor iiml more alivo if H liml filixL'iis wore will- to into the- and lu'lji put. THE YOUTH'S Companion. xilmh lie-on in existent? over a liuntlivd yor.rs, IK'IMI ili.scon- lilnuMl. It strange thai (Jttt ol.-inini' fur vriioleycmir H for ihe Unit a mnga- in as Konri as Youths imilnn would rccrivo sntfinent juslify Us RECORDS HUNG up by irr iH'itiK broken every day by The iiHigtiCr nmrli force wturn U come.1! to putting ;m rxtiiltltion mimlior he rati bo connrt-d on for porfurm- ann; ami if-al or uurt i'lctnicr MacDoiinUV Iu "t'lic aflcrnoon tu cniiiinuc' ilieir coi fonMin's Hie forUu'otn- Ing navrtl pur ley and lhi> fiu-thur ccmoiuitit; of Aiivrlo-Anmrinm lolu- tious, have rcaciied ;ni UH- ilurstiiinlitiK (ju tlic- naval parily tvrtcik thfrir eontitrh's 1ml tliu KIHTJ- fic (k-Triils will In- left to tiie (ecu- thuoiniilitlnal [liiilcs horthc ist of tiie citv for i airport. 1 Oiur of theso aivpovls wiU bo es- f every thirty miles j hi-acons every ton mUes by the sc MTU- BTCIPITE Edna Senior Class, Football Team and Pep Squad Will Take Part 'MANY TRADE DISPLAYS j Decorated Floats and Auto- bile's Will Add to-Length of Procession. The big jmnnle will start tumoi nsw morning propmUy at by 1 the town cloc'i. All part lei pwil are urged U) remember the hour bt cause tin parade must stnrl on lime In ordtir lliat the iirogram {or I'lc1 chlldven at (ho fair He-ported Near Di-.illi Biy Increase of Floor Space Required by Countv ftyri- cuitural Mabel be carried oiii. There will ho than three [housa n d eh IVlrer. iu the parade, k'dna dty schools tticittns iwn iu wock TWO OFFICERS DIE FOLLOWING FIGHT nurri nnnTi cooCDC thesimw UVtll UUU I at Crescent Valley and on tht. liq represented by. the the will Betty Marlin, of toston, Mass., one i 7 Kciuad. the tioiuor (rlass and 'of the girls involved in tne expose iinl i idtbiu! team. of the whit- slave nun, brought to J' nuidt: in the pbirc of fovma- light through-th: -murder-of nlous The .'Boston w! tcl Fcdnril officials that ut lllu  kiimvji .'anil cars down soulli UritlBc Street VICTORIA CLUB IS INVITED TO. S. A. GOLF TOURNAMENT H> a. in-SmMluy. i.ow.ver, the; alll, iUlrt (iirls-' citv Jlar.siml sisier. Miss TU.imas King, who tools offhe under .CI11CT avronwiii-nts mill Ilio L ,inil win inml Ills iwislaiHs will ihcm :ls !l Sheriff Tnrnur last Jaiuiary: for ihcir 'fl.OD .l( H is ,vcs, cjtv s I flat Klu- al..,   will afford many out-of-lov.'ii people an o'piKirtiiaity tt see In action for liie first lime ;il.c strong .Innior ('olh-sc 1'irate (levDii. The Hucnneers liave. himili- ,led v'nero ami snci.-es.-ive 'week-ends. The game Tuesday at tile fair grounds will begin at o'clock. (Conlinnc-il on two) REMEMBER II. St-arry cnv Ulan. Annie .lo Wiliianu-Mt "I Love Tnily." an'Mrnp.m Miss Cora Tlmniiis. si.-u-i- nf l Iniile. j Koy Tinnnas. liroiln r of '.lie hride and of UK- 1'alm j Heipliis Melhivlisl Cinneh .-.r San i Antonio, perfonneil II; ai'iiunic-iit ivenl to answer r, physiriau and tlauplitei- ami eall." Sheriff Turner gently so weak In: had in he lifted lails of lln- disnslor. Tlie ilispaleh said. "Il was then Ilicit the shots (into easy   _ u. Kins fa survived liy a Two riilltlrt'ii. I The vunw io tlip nitiir- Vnlal sliooiin.s; Rrouinl- Siioviff Tiiriifv iln- wfii'k liv1 ilrinny. I ;i In ilic nt f K. llohnoy in iln- nf tho 101k tlitls naval nil rosiTvc. Ahaittluuiiii: I heir ptiiii fnr an- lfltu.T hOCailhl- (if COLOMBOS DAY IS CELEBRATED HERE AT I OF C. PIGNIG Time: HtKlit. V. at S o'i'lotk. Vlapft: ViHoriii District OroutirliS. VaEtMHt: 'tho 1'orl fnkf and pimrt; srivi-d to WoiKk-rfirt color- j ;ill gm-sts. Only ini'in-dutto fru'inls ful so-ues. I'liarnuns visitinir and (lanrer.< from 
                            

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