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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 9, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS 9, CHICAGO CUBS 3 Glasses Filled DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 009-10 Welder Bldfl. Phone 233 VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUK Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 9, 1929. Subicription: Per Annum NUMBER 51 1 Timely Topics OLD ARE GOOD WHEN WORKS FOLLOW. PROVERB FOR THE FIRST lime in Ihe Ills- lory of either nation a llritlsh J lime Minister, while holding the' FDR SECOND United stales. This Is an outward llimvu McDonald, the Labor I're-i inler of Ureat llritain, pays an of- flcial visit to the President of the i nli  his departure Annual Victoria District Fair 1 Knghiml Jlr. .McDonald made a iiiih-. tvcre run tills afternoon; befe'inniiiK j lie statement in wlucli' he I said: jat 2 o'clock. j 1 he M r--atest contribution that this Following are the races for to-j ncrillon can make to tho history morrow's program, v.'liich features i' the world is to establish peace the Atzenhoffer Chevrolet Com-; nations ami induce tliein to pany purse and the Victoria Na- J T" till i sense of security political Uonal Haul; Handicap: j I IKIU incuts carried out by judicial 1st Race 4 1-2 2 Ycnr Convention Tomorrow of Big Interest to Victoria nirans. Tho United States and (un Imviug Hie suine objects In view, should iiroclaim lliein with united voice. Good mill cordial: relations between nn two cun' change (lie outlook for 'peace 'and! Klve the world an energetic faith, Instead of a hesitating scepticism." We believe thill (he sreal major- ily of Americans we in hearty sym- the liopes and osiilrn- tunis of ihe. British official. Tlie nuiin of the conference be- Iweeu' the Hrillsli I'remter nnd the: Iiesident is to agree upon the de- tills of ii Concord between tho two MC .1 democracies 1 1 the mutter T. C. Lbs. Anita Lbs. 'Little Lbs. Texas Lbs. Shasta N.--II0 Lbs. Lbs. Oscar Lb-. 2nd Race 1-2 Furlongs Purse Lbs. Lbs. Helen lib.-. Lbs Lbs i Lbs Four 111 Lbs. What's Wrong With This Picture? ionic However Come hy Rail 1 and Others in Own Cars. 'OVER 100 PARTY if naval armament. 1-2 Ii ib in the nteresl of world peace i holler-Chevrolet Co. that these two countries refuse to indulge in a outbuild j each other In warships, because j sr.cli a race, if history furnishes' ii v lessons, heads Inevitably to tumble and war. Neither of these j countries desire to figlit the other j nml the Interest of both from an uonomic standpoint will be better; Purse Lbs. Lbs. Hrovvn Dick Little Lbs. Lbs. Annie Lbs. .Margie I.bs. Wild Lbs. Power Magnate and Other] Prominent San Aritbnians Make Up De'iegation. .A large delegation .of San An- i tonio business men arrived in Vic- i toriai today, al in .two large sightseeing buses to participate In rlbe San Antonio Day program at Hie fair. Mauy 'others came in their i own cars. The arrangements made tied by peace than strife. 4lh Race_7.9 Na-1 for the parly to arrive on the It Is .Important that other nations Bank 5300 i'ar (rain al in.- were chana- j Winnie Lbs. Hie-last moment. Lbs. quite a number came on the j The average Brit-; Wilmer, The Wizard__111 Lbs. -train and there was n large nnm-1 ibl er and American, we feel sure.; penrod Lbs. of passengers from iutermedi-' understands that this Is not the 5th ate points. ii e- .but already there are signs Lb. The San Antonians wore green a slight apprehension existing Quick Lbs. 'and yellow bat bands and carried i.i other nations that the coiJer- Spanish Lbs. parasols of the same colors bearing Surf Lbs. j the name of their city. After din- George Lbs. ner they marched in a body to Hie (In not think that KnEland and Am- irui lire forming an alllaijci if, 'nsl them. cm e between MacUonuld and IIoo- vcr will be hostile to their interest.: Victoria Convention Restoration of Highway. Designation. STERLING PLAN OKHED fi HJ.BEPBE5 Statewide Bond Issue For I Hitihway Building Unari- i imously Approved. A convention called or the Vic- toria Chamljer of Commerce to iup. j >iort the cnnstruction of the Oldln- JMany Distant Cities to Trail was lield at tlll vas' elccteil chairman and W.: C. of Yorlttqwn secretary. Acidresses were delivered' by Judge Daniel. Mr. Pringlc. OUo Kiaege of Yorklowii, president South Texas Highway Associa- tion, liepresentalive J. A. AHirit- ton ot DeWItt Comity, have been much larger. A newioC Meyersvillo and County Jmigu highway is of more benefil to a Wcodliouse of Victoria Colin- icity than a new railroad after Tits fciir is unfounded, as we Merchants Oct. 11.: fair grounds. The delegation thinli, but it can affect. Hie future relations of many countries if it is luini'Stly fell by them. tlint liotb Ensland anil America will give assurances in no uncertain terms Hint frleiiahlp between tlieae imiulrics will be a sleii to- ds promoting justice and One IVimnl Connell Winnie May .Inck Kriiat Wilmer, Tlie Wizurd Kim .More Wimberley iu of tiTiiiment tor all nations YdRKTOWN FilR ou -i fair and imipur basis for all. UMMUIIR I Hill IO CROWO F 1 headed K. H. N'ieswauger. gtrcsl- of Ihc Central" Power and Light Company, and S. M. Uddcn. vic-e-itresulont of the same company. Other company officials in the were K. Ilickerson. .1. T. Persons and .1. 11. Martin. Promin- ent also in the party were Hcv. P. It. Keeney, (Jims. K. Davis of Ihc Thc naval nuestlon be solved by American and llritain alm'iv. for the solution of the cruiser oblcm is absolutely ilonondent Italy, Japan and Gernmny, as to dpon an agreometil with France, and how many of such, war- si ins they will build. If 'these came to Victoria to- .onntrics'fear for their own socnr- 0'-' Uy as a result of Anglo-American ISan Anlonlo Paper Company; Gco, UJW. Saunders, president and organ jizcr of the Old Trail Drivers' Assn 0. K. MeCleilan, represcn More than one hundred (Continued on twol Trail Convenlion ;'vud the Victoria Fair. They wore the name of their progressive town on arm and hat' hands und distributed litonuure. ad-> vertising the Vorktown I will not lie inclined to any plan as lo cruisers which will pro- mote such an nndcr.slniHling. Vet peace is so favorable for all: s that it would seem the part of statesmanship lo be concilntory iViil peaceable- in its attitude. COURT SAVES ONE OF Cp [RDM FIFATl LC. mUlTl Utn e ad- 11 r-i rnTHin 01111] ittle' J tltu 1 KiU bHAlll MISS M'ELROY BADLY PHILADELPHIA A'S WIN SECOND GAME OF WORLD SER1ESI I Miss McKlroy was resting well I'rutty Miss Armour Lcc McKlroy, jtuis aftcriioon. freshman in the Victoria Junior College and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. McKlroy. narrowly es- caped falal injury yesterday after- non about o'clock when an an- j lomobile driven by Douglas Nance.} farmer .of. the Colctlo Creek com-j mnnlly. crashed into a large sedan jcr TELEGRAPHIC joncu has adequate railway facilities iand a direct highway to San An- J tonio would not only be of great i bcentit to the communities in Ihe western portion of HIP county but j would greatly extend Victoria's j trade territory. The business men of the city should therefore heartily I support this project and at least i show their interest to the extent of attending a meeting. Tomorrow morning al ID o'clock i another highway convention will be hold al tlic Court House in this city to support a north and south highway connecting Victoria with Connie Mack's American League j [ialleltsvillt this dl% champions-, the J'liiMelphia Ath- a Idles- ,.mvur finternational Xews Service) The trial of Albert II. Kail, form- secretary of the Interior, un a driven by Miss Pauline Pnlney. jch.-vrsv of bribery in connection laughlcr of former County Judge with government oil leases, came and Mrs. P. I'. Pnlney, al the iulor- to a halt In Washington en th ncsday. October lli. HfiircsiMitalivo -t. A. Albritton ol Ih'Witt County, in an jvldrcss that coiulnded Ihe proceedings of the _uj _____ "front section AUSTIN, Oct. Kcnlence.i against tno convicts Tin: Impact of Ihe two aiitonin were atflrmctl and another reversed biles threw Miss McKlroy jclion of Whcclcr und Santa UuKa-n'gcd defendant collapsed yesterday [anil failed to rally sufficiently to- Mi.s McKlroVocdipiod Ihe front to leave his hod. seal will, Miss Putney ami was 11'hyslcians have aasiguud to traveling west on Santa Itosa Street examine bun. when the sedan driven by Nance preceding east on the same thoroughfares, collided licadou. The o( both cars were second co.llc.sl the World's VMm-M Series today, 9 to i Itobcrl. Crovc. .atlcnil ihv mccling in hirgc nnm ipoilsldcr. was the winning pitcher.jbers. according lo nnofficliil reports, nl- wil] thitnuli Kannshiiw, rigbtluindcr. rcprcsculcd nl Ibis conveiilinn. slarteil tin: game and retired in Ib.. ni-dirdins letters nml Icliigrains fifth inning with Hi'- counl to .vcciu-rt by the .Cl.iimbcr of Com in his favor. Tiic Colis four These include sm-h distaiil liiirters in review ln-tort- I lie pack ;IS Lr-xingtoii. which will ,.d slamls. They were Miilt.nc, ronr'ilelegalfs-. Cameron, iiv< Itiakc. Carlpiin and .delegates; 2S t.t dele was slar of Ihe giiinc. gcll in ihrcc dffii'in! tries The Japanese (.'aulnc.1. will draft a Friday to AiiRlo-Aniericiin. tuvilation to participate in the five- .jjmmy FOX. who liil a home run .four U'lircscntalivcs and the the ball ing gates, and Giddings, five delegates us three.hits Tlie LaCi-ange Chamber ot Com The ynnlli- merce biis wired thai il will Tho'convention nnanimously lorsed the Sterling plan for a. statewide bond issne for highway constrncllon and commeitded tin- IHilicies and accomplishments ot the State Highway Commission. T reference to the Sterling plan was applauded. The Resolutions Committee', eon-1' slsted of Otto Kraege of York- town, Rudolph Kng of JlcyersTille, J. Olasscock of Dloominston, A: I. Meisenhelder of. Mission Valley and Looplod Morris of Victoria. The commiitcc's report was adopt- ed without debate. The visiting delegates ;vvc tho icits of the Victoria District Fair ssodaiion this afternoon. The riisohitions adopted tho :onvculioii are us Whereas, we, the representatives of many communities interested lit (he construction of a UigUway famllinry known as Ihe Old Indltin- ola Trail, extending from Sun An-- tonio via stockdale, Oillett, 'orktown. Meyorsville, Mission Val. Icy, Victoria. Hughes. licrrial. niiiomlngton. Green lake, Mott, scadrltt and Prague lo Toil. O'Connor. ;vrc 
                            

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