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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Victoria, Texas tURBINE AT VICTORIA PLANT WRECKED Eyes Filled DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 609'10 VVcldtr Qlilfl. Plione 233 VICTORIA -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GASSTOVB6SEE HOLLAND AMDUB _ Easy Terms Phone 159 qxi-jstf- -eo. H. French, Publisher. ift VOLUME 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum Timely Topics VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 8, 1929. NUMBER 50 NO ONE can undermine respect for luw without btdng lo thai e.v- li'iil enemy to orderly govern- "tent Kvvc'ojn. Sfel APPALLING number of di'iilbs in L'niled Stales 'from i aiiliimoblle1 accidents is viewed Hi strange nimby by the average lain. U h estimated ihal around many of them Illlli! will be killed in the next elve months by Ibis comparative- now vehicle of transporlatlon. FAIR OPENS WITH RECORD CROWDS w x H x w x K; L 0 i School Children Big Feature of Parade Opening FairjIlIT E The people of .llio country, includ- HiitiVniost of us hi Victoria, accept i liic fatal accidents as a necessary tnll of llie automobile. We seldom to consider the possibility or Hieing the number of the dead d Injured, It should be! Maili Shaft Of NOW j J [iPI'arent thai this can be done. j KliOWatt Machine SiiKsestions of various kinds) DfCclkS. S Inivc been made bul Ihe best pro-i f tcclfou that we of would WORKERS ESCAPE INJURY include u rlgoroux examination off _______ was Taking Fair Race Meet Qpetts Tomorrow Afternoon I i t iiHiiiCiliatu nivoi-atioLi uixin cimi participation in two ni1 f I'd- minor collisions, or two.: ov i tl.rro violations of safety reytilu-1 l litnis. ahouKI be sufficient cause for of u driver's Reading Wlien Accident Occurred. A O.'JflO-kiltnviitl Unhiiiu in the Cent nil Power ami tight Company plant was 16 tlie extent Any iVJtomoMlc totlision of nfleriicioii in ay result in tlealh aurt a driver u lu> IK res pons ill lo for several minor iUT-iilenty will sooner or Inter All JJQm Afe Not in Chicago at one o'clock when the shaft broke. Another turbine was automatically placed In operation and there was ihe cause of a fatal catastro- phe. Along with tlie drbei b '.Hi ears of its Victoria Bank and Trust A of sdl001 ws.yii 'of the United States annually. ;man woman who said she was They .should receive Ihe thoughtful wife, arrested here Sunday in caiisdlcrallon of every citizen. jconneclton wilh the death of t'res- lion Austin, wealthy Victoria. Tex- IF YOU ASK Ihe averaHo tourist j'as, num. at Hot Springs. Ark., uvo alionl Ihe country he has traveled j weeks ago, lefl here today in cus- HmniSili. lie'will begin to Icll yon of Detective Pack of Dallas, j many miles, ho cau.mako on u j accompanied by Assistant tory of Te.xas and others the mil' forms of nationally known organ- isations. Hi (he Ued Company Race Lcadintj Event Openincj Day. The Kixlh Annual Vlnluria DIs- l-'air Iliice Meet will open In- inorrou' nfterinion at lu'o o'clock wild five races on the a] I some of the he-si kuovyn hovses the state as entries. The nriueip I ;i from of scboolb in tins count} .mil many from neighboring toisns tinrl iiuUiniiiliilcL-, headed by Hie .Vic- loria Hoy Scout Hand of 3-5 pieces. officially opened Victoria's greal- lest annual evenl this morning nl 111 o'clock. Alt school children were iiilinit- EIGHT MORE BORDER OFFICERS REMOVED BY MILITARY COURT LARGE LANDOWNER IN BRAZOS COUNTY DIES BUY AN, Oct. C. Wil- liams, 48. reputed lo be llie IOTIJ- Tex. Oct. landowner in Brazos County, Biglil more llorjser civil otfice.'s j ilied here early yesterday. He suf- of apoplexy. of the city schools and Ihrce of stood deposed .today and subject a stroke rural schools, Wood, Dat'osta' inveslisatiim by the 'military court, Williams, w and' HuiToiighvlllo, represent-[ whMi has taken up itself to "clean ihe largest The Schools also had ATHLETICS CAPTURE FIRST WDRLD SERIES GAME BY 3-1 SCORE! CHICAGO. Oct. I'liila- Icfphin Alhletics won the first Ivaveled ihroiigb. The uiiin uml woniai: OUR PREACHER it's poor i by officers to have killed Austin ilislon lliut can't survive a'flat! in order to rob him of valnabl ire. 'jewelry. ------TO------ iKame of the Ifl29 World Unaeball I ho also, was one of j the has lukeii up itself to clean ihe largest slock raisers in the (.llb< j i out" th4 criminal clement of the oil J is survived by bis wife: a ,t 'KC representation and their town. jsou. Harry W., who lives here. SSffti Kallon and how miles he j Delei live Combs, arrested llie pair j niaKcs in a
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