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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 15, 1929, Victoria, Texas Eyoi Fitted DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Optometrist UOJ-10 Welder PtiQne 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Termi Phone ISO IKM Gco. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 32 VICTORIA AttD VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWUSF IN GENERAL, Subscription: Per Annum VICTORIA DA1I-V ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER IB, 1929. NUMBER 50, SHORT Timely Topics Victoria School Children To Have Big Party MY t I'X I OlIVJl lions It i IF 1 CAN ONLY KEEP GOOD NAME I SHALL BE PLANTUS. THE RECENT desperate effort 01 Colnrado [irlanners lo 'in- crty by mutiny and tlie cold-Id i--i miss n 11 lit i ipuii'd n tH following in tlic wake of a nuinlioi1 of serious outbreaks In other pen- al Institutions is evidence that nns-1 lakes aiv bi'lui; made in the incur icration of "convicts. The citizens of Victoria, -as it rule, know very little about tin penal institutions of the nation. It Is to report, how ever, thai Charlos lirandon .Doolh head of tlic "HiK .Id-other Move melit which ilnib1 to uh.ibilit ilc vicls, dciHiV-, Hi it j'indi fn scum M itc tnd ftiUi il larn> IK the most dc i i and Impi KtR.il ot int In ItifciiilL to I i.itinwinlli i M V s eral where in upilsnu n ci'iillt oiiinti.il li-> dfil ivcs Hi it :'..n in nn u n, iimiiiicd in Imildms fo u comod Uc 1 SOU men and Ih oflici th in1 oblmi.il "lo feed lliosc :j.UOO men on an ap- prnpriaiion made for nien Refining ID i si itu pimtcntiiit l in show ton i itll I'ltu 1 t Iu ij'jl) mtu uc. in cauiialid ind ttliort Itu, warden in iniliiiiK in cull uett Out hi is duominj tint nuill in consumption. Such i tin pnlilii io HIL neccsslt> inv. id ipuitc piutiiiun foi our prl While The Advocate due; nut believe in "coddlins" prisoner in d si niilimi-i thinks tint the yu> cc-is his nmi.li too f iu soun Hist incfe] It dots not Air Queen Ready for Hop lo U. S Drain Waters From Ever- tjladcs Section Floods Miami Canal. IINDREDS FLEE Town Faces Complete Iso- lation If West Dykes Break- Uj.t 1 Me of Hood Etci i thin in w Hers di muni, fiom the Blades lodit ib de-icuidnu upon Mlanii and vicinity The lake" was formed when higli aters crept over tlic banks of the liauii Canal, which already had ached the Mood singe' at Ilialeau, siilnirb of Miami, andliiiiinila'teil milictl-i of icus of lind Main in the low KM ill i] 11- inhuman in ur ippUs iinb i THERE ARE flit art, ItldltnUll! :unl rcndy.tu miuiopo nnylliinj; Unit a ml'shows i.he ciui X X To Teach Mexicans Every School Boy or Girl 'and Their Parent's Are Invited. One of the powerful engines of the recently comp eied Jr tish dirigible, the R 101, which will soon on a test Ilight preparatory lo i'a trans Atlantic hop 'o the Unitcif State' Inset shows Lieutenant Col onel V C Richmond, chief engineer of the new crafl cntlal lo tin iclions ncrc toicul hlildon llnJi homes wTitlc owif itMilf [lied complete isol it'on r ilioulil (hi. i mi inn t walci-, Inttk through the west tlvkcs of tilt caniil Streckfus Installs Power Auto Hoist SCOUT 'BAND-TO PLAY Get Under Under Way at O'clock. All children iii the city uuil their parents VillMni Riiests of the Ceil-, (ral Power and LiRht Company and j the Denver Hotel- Friday night, be- Kiuiiins ill o'clock, at a main- iDolh' party lo be staged al the i beautiful park ndjoinini; the hotel j on South William Street. Tin: occasion .will be the cele.ln.i linn of the fiftieth anniversary of j the invention o'f the Incandescent: (amp by-Thomas A. Hdison. fni which Governor Dan Moody and 1111111 iNueces County Crop Pr.ob- i ably Best of Any I In State. [NEIGHBORS SHORT jWife of County-Indicates'Ah. S tendent of Southern Pa- Unusually Low Cot- cific Lines. i ton Yield. ILL ONLY SHORT TIME Miss Elizabeth Morrow, daughter of the United States, Ambassador to Mexico, and sister in law- of Col Lindbergh, who has confided Mayor S. 8. Sirterlc iiave. botli is- j to (Hentfs here tliat she expects to sued .proclamations.. The nation-j English to fifth grade pupils wide event 'la known as Light's !n a city public school this (loldcn i fali. Tin: Hoy Scout will play throughout'Ilio evening's festivities Remains W.ill Lie In State at Local Funeral Parlor Until Wednesday. Mrs. I'. II. McNeal, wife of As sistant Superintendent I1. Me- JNeil nf IIte.Smilln.'1'ii Pacific Lines. i pissed away here dniiiiK (lie noon anil 2, hour today alter a short illness.! Knrvivini; Mrs. McNeal is tier hus- band, 1'. McNeal; one daughter, Mrs. Ida iiiiint of Fort Worth: one i brother, James Cowan of Allwood, t uiada; three sisters, Mrs. Kalher- ine (Jrand Uapids, Mich.; Mrs. KliKibetli'.Kildiv, Cirand llap- ids, Mich., and Mrs. Mary Dan- ford, Aittvnud, Canada, ami four granddaughters, Mrs. Ur. II The government report of Ilio liimnlier of bales ot cotton ginned i ia Texas prior lo October L was more tliu'll 300.001) -less :llian the number recorded for llie- isame period in 132S, 'acoorilliij; to j a report issued today by the he- 1 partiniiiit of Commerce lingloii. The exact fidures Kiven out by the government are OC5 hiile.H for the current soaspii" for the preceding ytar. Very few counties iii ihe stale showed a gain over the report'for the year W2S. 1'robably the most startling of the sections which did how an increase was Nueccv County, which is situated Voiith ot this comity: To bales glri- uiil V County showed a, ginning.- of 'HY, througout MIG evenngs esivies _. amiil u HelliiiK uf hundreds nf va- i 1 rious colored .IlKhlij. The itself already is one of (he, j U Oil Boom Town Expected to Italy Accepted Invitation To- Bc i clay; France and Japan Or-Thursday. Also Accept. spots ot the downtown section of 1 the city and the many colored lighl- ins effects will lend lo the tiltracl- j live-ness of the affair. A few informal talks will he en and ice cream wil1. he served i free to everyone. M M: You will find in Victoria indivii nals ready to if pai In a way (bese build up a town. They an: Hnwevor, in will a few men aiitl ivniii' lo casli.v These folks Keuerjiiisly fiivc some ot llieir time-for tne general prinil, and'very often overlook- ed by mnst citizeifs. 'J Now witliotii- the getters'' wKjgtUnaJly set theirs. Ihi.s ap Hie .efforts and of the few who sive nf l for the common ftood. 1 Jiey ge nn cash, and nnforltiuately, seldnil ici-citi: Ilianks. Smart business men inay biiili up Ihe commerce and industry n Victoria lr.it Ih" mnn or woniai who time for ct'llinuinity en- terprises makes Victoria fit to live in. Hou'i fori.-1'l thai, nr them. l.loliii flul're. RADIO LISTENERS very often (omplaiu that so many of the i are taken up wilh chain piom'aniH. If the patlieiilar num- ber happens lo be undesired il is annoying to find, il comini; from so many places on the dial. to lean acccplLul witlioul Persons Visit Dallas Fair Grounds WASIII.NCTON. Ocl. 'Tin: srcalfst lobby inveslisalioii ever unilertiikim by Hie Senate sol under wav today with a I Kroally beloved by all I The Ladies' Aid Society of .the. ial coniuiilk-e. IimiiiiK its spotliKhl: knew tier. Trinity (Jlmrch taku this directly on llic at tivilies of llm- The remains will be at Ihe of Iliankins those who M iiiian-Watei.s liniiurliikiiiK bellied us iliirin? the fair. Especially do we wish lo thank iday inoi-nliiK. when a sli.iit service i I'1'- Central Tower and Light Co. i.y w. A. ilonalillb- ii DALLAS. OH. .IS.--Attendance the Mothinlisl Clmrcli, Siiulh. in session here Monday aflernonn. Tin: resolution was offered by jMre. .1. T. Ulimdwoitll uf l-'iirl J Worth, and was Kcciiinli'd by Mir Arlington II el slits Mctlmdist iChnrcli. Kef. C. H. Ilimlh of Kort Stales Taiiff Coniinisslon. Tin: initial ofiurl of the 'Arluck Wednes-il iday lilnrniliK, when a sllurt service illlv- Hie ice ffir the en- id, I'lesliyleriiin miiiislc-i1 week; and also Hie Inter- Cnero, ill cliapel. iinil Hie (.'iiffce Co.. Mr. .1. K. Hill, mains will then In: removi-d to Hie! reprcsoiilalive. for iluiiatiiis all tlw Suiilliurn I'LK-ific dcpnt ami taken i'-rcain. sugnv and rtnnset coffee. In Kl 1'aco, where iiili-rmenl willj Chairman, tje nv.ule. ever I'lllCo- infill- "il the Slate Fair Sunday was the gestv Sunday atlendanre in Hie! fair's liislory. llefore p. in.i persons hail piissed lli gales. Lust year the firft Sun -lay nut presiilins; oke in favor of Hie rescnliitirm. (he liiritf chaiiMcil its deeisiun in: riili linns because nf political uilee nr industrial pivssiliv. slory of hnw a in- ililslry tin1 dismissal of an expert from lhr I'niieil States Tar- iff Commission because he told the truth to Consrefs was revealed tcday at the opening session of the -Senate's lobby t NACOODOCHKS, Oct. The board of directors-uf the Kasl j Texas Chamber nf Commene offi- jciaily accepted Ihe rcHgnulImi of _ W. X. Illanton as ceiieral tnauujs-r jii tllie body at a mcolins here today. lle.lieil .M. Ilnnison. ceueral The club voted Mr. Callionn and itnanaper of the Wichita C. A. I'rinsle. secretary, as well i Chambev srounrt dead. le.se Saturday, 51 to 0. ihe vhuory.
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