Advocate (Newspaper) - October 16, 1929, Victoria, Texas DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Optometrist 609-10 Welder Blilg. PJione 233 VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEli HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. II, Frcnchi I'ubliihcr, FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWCSf IN CF.NERAL. Subscription: Per Annum VOLUME 32 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 16, 1929. NUMBER 57 Timely Topics TRUST THYSELF, every heart vibralcs lu Unit iron string. Ac.- the nliii'C illvlnu I'rovi- fli-iii-o IJ.IH fowiiil for .von, Ibe so- ciely of your the connection of events. Great men have, always done so and confided themselves clilldlil-.c .10 Hie genius of their ane, bclraylni! their per- cei.lloii tlial tin: Eternal was jstlr- rliiH ul their heart. through their hands, predominations in all Ihelr beiiiK. And we are now men, :iinl musl accept In the. his iiilinl the name transcendent des- liny, and mil pinched in a corneV, >-1-'1- not i owavds fleeing before a rcvo- billon, hut redeemers anil Ijencfac- lurs, pious aspirants lo be noble clay plastic under the Almighty effort, let ns advance and advance iri cliacs and Hie Knu-rsun. TO QUIZ GANGSTER ABOUT AUSTIN MURDER Go to Yorktown for Little World's Fair Officers Without Clue in Berdair Bank Roddery TO EL PASQi FOR BURIAL FRIDAY MRS. WILLEBRANDT has :i scheme for prohibition enforcement bill II Is nothing Is liU'a is not new. Hut it would be a new wtu- to enforce THE. FOLLOWING editorial from the Kinsley Mercury, a Kan rnH speaks wttriiinK: lie' hrnslied Ills day. Tlie doctor examined him twice a year. lie wore his rubbers! when il rained. lie slept with Ilic window's open in least eight hours every night. lie lo a diet with plenty of fresh vegetables. He rclliuiuished his tonsils and li-.iiled in several worn-out glands, lie never smoked, drunk or lost his temper. lie did his dally dozen dally, be- sides taking plenty of unliloor cx- cu-ise. He was all set lo live lo be 100. Tlie funeral will be Wednesday. liu is survived by IS specialists, lour health institutes, six w'nuui- sinml and numerous niaunfuctnr- c'i-s cf health foods and antiseptics. He had forqoUeu about trains at THE UNITED STATES should seek to attain a the air by lonstrnrfiiig rtlr'.s- ibles for international commerce, sa.cs Hear Admiral Jlofftl. "V.'ith our population, resources and v.valtli we are capable 'ot first in many he said, "and we should be ashamed if are not." Admiral ?.loffctt em tlie advantage America had i I'possesslng a large supply of .hel- ium, a gas much safer thiiii the liydroKcn used by Germany, which leads the world at present in such airships. Referring to Iho world lour of s for Mrs. I1. II, wife ot Assistant perintendenl .VK'Ncal of the Vic-1 orin Division of the Southern I'a-! cifle Lines, were conducted by llev. W. A. Mcl.ccHl. Presbyterian mill- J of Cuero. al the Goldman-1 Waters ('Impel this inornliis prior to the departure of tlie funeral, parly on the noon train for 1C! j i'aso, where, the burial will take! place from Ihe Presbyterian Church at o'clock Friday j In addition to .Mr. JlcN'eal. Mrs. j Ida Hlnnl of Kl. Worth, daughter of the deceased, mid other rela- tives, Ui3 funeral parly consisted volumes ufj0- Superintendent G. II. Goodloc ot j fhis division of Ilic- Southern Pa- j More Effective Than an Alarm Clock l'itic Conductor II. ".iVictoria County Agricultural Exhibit Feature of Fair. L, young. w.JEXHIBIT ALSO FOR S. A. se. Mr. Craw- _______ ly; .1. M. C'rawfr ins engineer, and wife, Uns Jami- son anil'W; W. Yomie of Houston. Serving as active pallbearers J. T. Schcnmut'li, K IJiSKins. G. l.ueches' l ford and .Mr. Jamison. The lion- pallbearers were Or. R n.! AtJI'lCLlltllral Cillb tO Shields. Mr. Gocdloe, F. X. f-'os-1 Pl'OtlllClS at SOllthWCSt fntti, j. ii. smith. K. D. mitier, n.; Texas Exposition. t'. Ininau. I. C. Taylor, A. Man- sou ami II. K. Herring. j. n. Levy; president, and (.loiuc Mrs. Mc.S'eal's death occurred at j A. I'riiiglc. mnnnjicr of the Victoria her home at 5tni North Glass Street; Chamber of Commerce, headed a in this city al the noon hour Tues- [delegation of Victorians to day following; a shorl illness., She this morning for the was formerly Miss Anna Elizabeth WorldVKiilr (ho Cowen and was born in forth. celebration of KIM' cWielloii HIP Scotland, in ISfirt. She located iuJVorktown bridge'on lllghwav So K! I'aso in !SSI' and came to vii-'72- H' SterHus. chairman of loria from there lit IMS. El Paso was a small bonier town when she located there and she is credited i wilb heini; Ihc ninth while woman settle in the town. She wasjlmlil SUllt' lho V i vcmds UK ion would hav, hem charitable one of Vic-; "mch Said to Have Been in Hot Springs at Time of Murder. WIFE Arrested in Chicago Salur- urday After She Him ot Another Murder. Special to Tlio Advocate. HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Oct. Frank filege, Chli'ufiu fa to he quizzed today aliunl Ihe Aus- tin murder. It was (Siege's wife who in ,'a startling; slalement made public by tlie Chicago district attorney's of- fice accused her husband- and "Sc-arfuce Al" Caponc of the mnr- i ill (let- of Assistant Stale's Attorney.' Attempt Made to Haul chlcaeo lhri.0 Away but Door Opening I WaS TOO Small. j t'apone is serving a jail sentence, i in Philadelphia for sun toting. He The (iuliuil Comity Authorities i Is Ihe (illegal leader of'a band of :are siill without a cine as lo the Chicifco gangsters. i perpetrators of the robbery of the Frank I'erry, is said to have been Several Hundred Dollars Stolen from Main ITIME VAULT REMOVED [Herclair Slale Hunk early last- Kri- Irtay incirniiis. in Hot Springs at. the time sluyiug -of Preston It, ills lilt j 1 The robbuis-entered the weallliy j liy breakini; open the rear door and j Btege was arrested iii Chicago ntered the main vault by digging 1 Saturdayand atHie request tliroujili one of the walls. Tlicy Hot'Springs .anthoi-ifies- will be'-, managed lo dislodge the time vault, j grilled this afternoon about tlio containing several tliunsand dol- i Austin murtitir. tak- OVER WILL IF i N o. ;TWO KEiap IN OF n m APPEALED I FRENCH WOMEN ARE AUTO ACCENTS AT TO DISTRICT-COURT! EARNING LIVING! NIXON AND BEEVILIE lies t'owau and Mrs, .Mary Dan- ford of Attwood. Canada, and Mrs. Katherine Young and Mrs. Eliza- beth Kddie of Grand Rapids, Mich. She also leaves a number of yran daughters. assisted by Miss Sy. i bil Hates, county home demonslni-; tiud aHent. Ross, Miller, Henry lars, from its concrete funndation from the hotel room where Aus- and dragged il to the door, evident- i liu was slain have been forwarded intending (o trnclc it away. It'jio Chicago for t-omparisoii with ivas too however, -to pas.s 1 Biege's. througli the dour, and they remov-; The Hot Springs aitthorilies ara ed part of the door casing and wall, j wurkiiiK on .other clues and believe Victoria f'ountv also will have an i i n-ricnltnral exhibit at the Kmttl.-i The. will of Hul.ib Ara. relired j Al.lcB LANUKI.IKH S. .1. Tiplou. M. of merchant of this city and Tivoli, 1 lutcrnational News Service Staff killed in an aulomubilc TELEGRAPHIC NEWS (International News Service) Three jurors have been selected loria was admitted to probate in xvcst Texas Exposition and j Meet to open.at San Antonio on Li and hist nine days, j Cininty Court this morning :The exhibit thai will he sent .f. .1. Kan Aiitunin is Ihe one of the protests of the deceased's the by the four County Hoys' A llernhaid, they will he able lo solve the baf- fling murder mystery in a short while. FEMININE "SHAVERS" O 1 rTTV uAltl 1 Correspondent dent near lieuvillc Friday eve: PARIS, Oct. was .u brother-in-law of .1. R. Turn. entire population ot In-other of Dr. Preston W. Tom, I at Kdinlnirg for the trial of .1. C. Chili that was shown al the recent Mrs. llornbuvK and of France's inhabitants are women who work. Eight million French women are employed in factories', the Graf Zeppelin Admiral Moffett italdwiu. 17-year-old High School; Victoria District'Fair and made u: minor children. Alma and offices, banks, shops on farms saiil: "I jircillcl it will soon celtpseil, for Imtl heller terminal facilities been available, the Graf could have mudc the voy- njii- from l.aliehnrst to I.akcluirsl in day. s instead of 21. Tlie. larB- ei- anil tuster airships of the future will In: aide, to do il in even less lime. I I'.-ive lirard airships re- fcnvd lo dlipuriiisly as the 'world's most vxpensive loys.' but i: WHS no toy of Ihe iiir that Irav- eled distances of nearly 7.000 miles, witlioul sloppiiig. over land or sea at better than T" miles liour: thai rosseil the Atlantic fvum east to west or west to east almost at "ill; that spanned I ho entire pacific, by air in a non-stor fliitlil. liriiijsiiiR and Amer lea toselhei In three stndnt and football player, i clean ed with the. fatal slabbing of; class. George Morris in MeAlIen ill ember. sweep of the prizes in its iu.tb .vra. The remaining two It covers over one lliDUsaiuPd-nglucrs do not reside in this city i feel of floor apace. Tlie ;n-c mit tnirties to tile suit. inmlreds of other r.. of this oily. The funeral was held at Utilise Sunday. .1. ('.Tom was driving the car were siuhiL; on the (rimI scat with It is thought that they did not fin- ish the job either because '.lies- were friKhtened away or daylight uvenook ttic-ui. .1. Disiges of Ibis city. South- ern Pacific finsretprint exncrl. was called (o Herelair tn work on the, case but was unable to find any fingerprints about the place, lead- '_____ ing to the belief that (he robbers j XEW I'OKK, Oct. were professionals and wore, gloves. I teen hundred and of lletween i'.WQ ami ilOO was lak- 'safety razor blades, enough' to on from the nmiii vault: This from .Vow Vork to ICansas Ihe second lime within two years mid back to Chicago again.. that tin: llerclnir haul; has been j by .the women of Ain- rohliud. No arresls were made i crjra ].lst _vcar jn after "11; firsl -ohlit-ry. position inanagemen: innde a spi'-; ciiil rcimest for the exhibit as an Harry A. Austin. secrctary-treaK- cdiiciitioii.-il feature and will defray ,n.e .irer of tlie li. S. lleut Sugar Asso- nil of Ihe expenses ot sending it lo I elation, testified in the Senate l.ob- Sun Antouio. j, compel for The cmilcstnnts (javc notice of ippcal to tlie District Court. They whic bdo not allow Ihem the time vvtiile'.Mr. occupied (he, lo become mothers, complains 'Maurice l.nval. writing in "La Mr. ,t. ttagsdalc s. C. C. Carsiier the inoiioncnls. by Inveslisation today his or- Atiother splemlid agrienilnral of hibit that was shown al the Vie-: named as executors loria Tair and will be cnlcrcd Inij., WJu The contestants allesc thai, (he I wo sons uere favored beiiefii'i- ganlzalion had spent half n million dollars. this year, trying lo de Miidaine." influcm'-e Congress and public opln- soutlnvesl Texas Kxnosilion is ion on sugar questions, especially County, whicli won as In tariffs. first Ilrjze in ibe compe-, _ i tithin amons county exhibits, with A mule who lost his speech Iwo second, liee C'ouu-; e years was heard at San Kriin- ,v Itefngio Omiiiy fourth and MODERN INDUSTRY has i wnmall broushl many gifts to mankind. It has. without doubt, raised Ihc slandaril of liviup and seems about In muirautco leisure lime lo us all. The quest inn arises, "vvlial will man do with leisure I'.e- fore men and women full srowlh and power they must answer Ihis uneslloii. today over a 3 phone circuit by Hie i iicial larynx. I ______ I Hlnrk Diamond. Hi )-mile tele- of an sirti- County SCHOOL PROBLEM IS SOLVED WHEN i F A ami U u n 1 t. was left in the six daimhters. in it.s e.vccn- wiil was in-.ule pa May IT of this year and Mr. Ara died ta June The estate is nut a liii'Sie one, consisting of property i.i Victoria and Tivoli and an in- surance poliiy. A third sen. Joe Ara. who does not live in Victoria, shares with the olher two sons in 'the division of the Viclnt-in and Ti- Conn.. O.'t. Vonus people in Victoria t'oun- (i- mlKhl as well do a little think ins; on tlio subject now. They may have tlie leisure. STATISTICS TELL us that only Hvo per tenl of Hie men on earth sins- Tiie Ironlile stalls- His is that they do mil tell the men which men Iwlorm in Ihe two per cent. Hack on Mrlllsh soil after a his- toric visit to the Ignited States on a peace mission. Prime Minister Uamsay Mat'llonahl faced a families moved out of town program al Toronto. Canada, today. ibe summer tl.ius materially lessouiui: ciinsestion in the .losfph Stalin, "iron man" of So-'.. imre. It eliminated ne- 1-YEAR-OLD WIFE 1 "Fivnrli INCH liolcl a very false iticH of Hie ntlicr con- sidering Ilitm only jiloasuros. Thi.s immciish uiimbrr of u-orkvrs of all liavc iiocils Liml thus HSUI lo exorcise tluiir hy ih-: The trulls ;iri'orilinj; Mon- situr DnviU. Hint rejilly dif- ifuv very lilttr from Iho iiK'ii. from moral point of view, ami hit1 j would not fiinl i! sufc to flui! tiiert: is more j groups of Krc-nrh girls tlinn ininor.? hoys of tlio same At 11 aRe of luiuty a woman Vnr moro niiUuvc Than a of Ihc pa nil' number of "What liJtvo you fill Mn- jcMsity for of n huHtl- In on.- family there ,irr (wolvv school i-hiUlron anil the other .clfiht of rtCO. WEATHER REPORT IS TO ATTEND WASHINGTON. 0. Oct. Ifl.- Hirlivvrlcs of natural in lie- ITnitcd St.itcf 1925 UVTV J i Or cf'Ht jibovp tho.-it1 acmstotii- siiou-. Otdtht-i- and XovctnlK-r lei tvnaivl aili-mnteJ I" j women-workers in l-'raim- lo on ih- wheihor the isivatest ar-stealiiii! months. make (lie Kirl wife, niieml sehiml. jhave Hie rii-lii. to vote." 'frii-inl isivatest ar-stealiiii! enlins to tlie roi-onls. The report points out th.it telephones ttcen u-hlcd dnriiii; tin.1 nine months o( this year, u5 11 creviom; dticlion of ou Koliruary ut hijt ni-.d mncln.li's as follows: "Another sululanital diiclion in rules bo made, cf I'M live .Mntinrv 1, 15'Jrt."