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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 17, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Eyes titled DR, JACK'KAHN Exclusive Optometrist OOV-10 Welder Bldfl. Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FUUNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Gco. H. Frenclv Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum VOLUME 32 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 17, 1929. NUMBER 58 Timely Topics TRUE, conscious honor Is to feel no Hill, lie's arm'il without dial's innocent within. -'I'Ol'H. SOONEn OR later the IMillllii pines will be Rlvt'i, llii'lr liiilciil'iul- i cm c by (lie linlleil Stales. The Browing tendency is hilism and as world conditions are niiidc more i-otnlnclve for peace and order, small nations will have less reason to desire control by a Kfealer power. A few days ago in die l-nited Slates senate a vole on the Inde- pendence of the Philippines vv'in brouHht uliiml. oddly enough, while the colons were discussing the tar- iff. Tlih'ly-six voted iu favor of in- dependence while forty-five oppns- cil the same. Tin? vole un tills question a discussion nf the tariff Issue. Ihroimli the means of an iinioud- nient offered, was not timely for, obviously, if the independence of I'htlinpine Islands was to be decided a nuich more thorough dis- i-iisswii of the question would have been advisable. n i n DS AND TERRAPIN i I I I L ILL MISS THIS GOOD I J j .j IMn MPRrMCIII IjUrtna A M J. w ,J. ft, BIRDS WILL AND MERCIFUL WOMAN Not (inly will many poor and nci'ily jieoplo miss the helping hand of Mrs. H. McNcul, lijinlJy Victoria woman who died Tuesday, but so will linn- ilterls of Mills which dally with crumbs from her table. Missing her also will be a untie she furnished with fond fific-en years v and that followed her aronnd v Ilka a pel iloK. The terrniiin strayed into her yard during llie flood waters of 1'JM and arouscil the pity of this go'uil W. E, Franz, R. B. Roos andu merelf1" SIMON LEVY ELECTED PRESIDENT EMERITUS OF JEWISH TEMPLE Crowds al Opening of Little World's Fair are Rc- cord-BreakifKj. 6EEVILLE FAIR OPENS; The of Temple i 'f H'Xiil Israel of ibis city has elected the following officers: ft Simon I.fvy, president (-mer- itus; .1. It. Levy, president; Ann Simon, vlce-nresldfiit; H. Klt-Insniilli. Jacob ami fe Dr. Jack Kahn, trustees, and Fexas Company Crew light's Golden Jubilee to be turns to Complete Gco- Celebrated Here Tomor- PriySICal leSlS. dent for life followed TOW NiCjIlt. years of active service as head j INTERRUPTED BY "'e -'-'EVERYBODY IS INVITED ft. ff ff tf Jf ,'f ff ff tf ft. POLICE! POLICE! POLICE! ALMOST ECHOED FROM DOCTOR'S NEIGHBORHOOD Some (JIH- i-atiiH near luni- Ing In a police alarm ytsior-   the IleWltt line nn High-! way Xo. which onco was one of the best traveled reads in the slate, the party (hat went lo York- i months in which to complete the j his family and friends hut he is ren of the city and their parents sf.rvey, when it. will have the priv- j resting well today and has alnitnu ;as quests of tho Central Power and i tit-go of seleclinu two drilllni; recovered. Duriu.i; the l.iphi Ccinpiiny anil hotel, die ex-: tracts, onu of 9.000 acres and spell his temperature rapidly rose! of tho celotiration to be! other of 3.0UO acres. It can then I" degrees. Il is believed ln-riic eiinally by these two oliora-' somediliiK he al Since Dr. McMnllcn and his .-jjj j v neighbors have, a standing ayreiMin.'ni ihat anythins; they v tint! in tlieir invn yarils be- lonis.t to Ihem, he had mithini; -I- to foar frotn the owner of the rooster. Itnt many were re- Kretfnl thai the trap did not close on the bird's neck. v dfsasreed wilh, prising concerns. There will be short lalks on the life of Kdlsou j Minis tcv .Mai Donald's visit to America- lqwn womij Ial.K. In imiirove relations between Ureat The Victorians found much IirUalii.iiinl Ihe ('tilled .States lias been due lo bis bavlni; the courane lo approach this tllplomalie prob- lem from a stainlpoiill. It call not be shown belter than- in Ihe joint statement made by him anil President Mcover lo review their conversations. .MiicDonnld Mine as a Ijeliin-c-r id peace, not in for war. lie is williiiK to acl upon the Kel- luxK-ftriiiml Treaty (or thy rciittn- ifition of n-ar. The two flecitdvet iu their slalement said "In die I'aris peace pact 5C nations have dii( hired that war shall no; bo used as an instrument of na- lional policy. We have weed that all disputes shall bo setdeil by pacific means. Ttoth our i-'overn- menls resolve in ac.rept the peacj iwc.t not only as a declaration of Ki.od inteiilious but as a positive obligation .lo direct milinmil imlicy i" accordance, with ils, pledse." Aelint; the state- ment proceeds: "The two governments nol only declare that war between them is nnlhinknble. bill that illslrnsts and suspicions arising from aii'.l fears which mar liavo lieen justi- fied, before the'petite pact must now cease to iiKTueme national policy. Wo approach old histor- ical problems from a new auiih: and in n new atmosphere. On die assumption (fiat war between ns h banished, and that conflicts be- tween onr military or naval forces cat.....I lake place, these Problems have, changed their meaning and character, and thetr splnllon. in ways satisfactory to both coun- tries, has become possible." HOOVER IS reported to he il One ihinx sure, he his oats. MUCH OF the bnntle.i; liquor is poison, yet wt. don't think there h danger of bad whii-hy kill mi'll. MOST PEOPLE think ciimlens evaporated or dricil an oinparalively new things, but nc- to an artfclr app-jai in the Sr.ullirrn Pliinter in May. IS 12. tlio iilea is nearly it century old. This article toM bow "Kin-hoff. elieniisf. who discovered Ibe proicss o[ stanh into sliRar. has rlvonlly mado. it is said, several experiments on milk, by which It appears that fluid may tie preserved indefinitely. Fresh milk is slowly evaporated by a very heat, till it i? reduced to to praise about the Yorktown Kiiiv and ileelari! Iho crowds were record-; breaking ilespilo tho slum cotton crop. They were special .miesls al a barbecue that was yivcn by Ihe Yorklowu C'tiamber of Com-' inerce. The coinplothih of the Yorklowu bridge on Highway. :i IQWC 7- also .was celebrtitcd yesterday.' Chairman It. S. Sterling "f the i Stale Iliitbway Commission, slated} Iu be the principal speaker, .ivus nil-1 able to be prese-'nt and was seuted by Assistant Slate Highway Kusineer T. 11. Webb. Tho York-; town. Karnes Cily, Nuidheim and Clintun Hands music. Iteporls from jJeuville indicate that die fair there surpasses all previous events as to exhibits, en-) leriainmenl features and attend- ance. Simon Levy's visit Yorklowu yesterday ivas the firs, lie had made there in over ihirty years and there was 'only one Imildiiii; left that he recognized. Mv. Levy was I married in Yorktown years lo Miss lto.se whnse S1H OFF CIS meantime. nf 0 teriiallOlial Speaker. NOW SE CON Oi to Largest of Its Kind in World Figures Show. undertake.' shallow drilling lions similar lo these i ontlncted by thc Humble Oil and Itefinius '''lie Audition of Jas. 1'. Welder, lci> eream will be served. [Company at -Vnrsery but must drill; anoiher iirominent Vlelnria raneh-'. Kverybotly is iuvitetl. 1'retty Hulit'-i i one1 well to a depth of at least "ml Chairman nf lln: boanl of effects supplied by hundreds! foci'j feet unless ils arc Xatfonal liun'K, wiio.uf vari-i-oloml ineandcscetit lamps jsiiieessfnl'al a lesser depth or nay III few weeks will add to the attractiveness of, the owners of the much iraprove. flu is now werc placed' i i'aymeiu of rental., also mim bo "'llc' lo and position today and will bo light-: it Is believed that ho can continue tonjt-m i his aelivu biiBineas duties in a: i Ihe Vnttiria ebrat on will, i short time. i three nights ahead of the na.! sluiweii prnmise in their dona! celebration, which is sel for; i 2c to II victory two weeks it j Monday nighs, October 21. as Fri-: Ufce Sanilcrabs can cliccli the Kiltia i "'sin was more piwb.nys in 1'ort I.avaca tomorrow, i convenient Ihe school children, j net1 i Mayor .S. P. Slttni'lt1, foUoivins i nple of Preyident lluover .K-rt-f Practically all iiijnriek Onvertior '.lloody. has issued n Coadi Adams' school of Stlngar-jbv ,he havc j protlamation a public ;ees will be afforded the opi.ortnn-1 RMnc observance of thc occasion. ,ity to a venue the Iwn setbacks suf-; If. red already DMS season lomor-- U is reported" a large" row afternoon when they piny thl. i Culiciil Ilifh Sclinnl here. The con- test will bcKin at n Port havntu tomorr TOMQnHflW AT W Mil an excellent cha lUlflUHllUH. H! JlJU Victoria Lioiu in regular weekly 'test will begin at 3 :EO o'clock.' nvctiiiK today at uooti In the ricn-; ICI Cainpo and I'oft l.avuea. both ifCn I FILM At Dearborn, .Midi., on Jlondayj nijiht over a tluiiisand ot the j world's celebrities, inclutlltiK I'resl-- dent Ilnover, attend a tesli-j monial dinner In honor of Edison. The paviny of Highway ,Vo. j in Victoria fimnty lias been cdni' ploied for n di.siaiicu of seven hegiiiniiii; al a point two and a half milt's west of Telfenicr toivitrd thi: .laekson County line, It was first conlc'inphilcd.to con-: Minne the paviiiK to Victoria nftcf !Tclferncr was reache'd tendiiif; it tn the Jackson County line but this phin tias been changed 1 in intler to jiivc this city time to 'arrange for the paviiiK nf the streets connecting with the high- way. Thc paviiiK "f Highway No.-12 in I Jackson County from Kilna to Whaiion County line also is in pro- Kress and the remaining section in j-liickson Comuy from Ktlna lo Victoria County line is under con- i tract to bo paved, as ts thc highway for Ils full length In Ooliad Cnnn- f ly. The contract for paving tin: remaining section in this county, front to the Uolhul L'ounty i line, will be let at the October or PillC Landed atj November meeting of the Hlaii: Depth of Approximately pnsiiway commission. FCCt. I TllL' eoiitnict for feet of _______ I concrete irestle work on the lal- prRTA i 'L'r Heetlon through the Ciiadalnpe _______ tKlver lowlands a lejV miles from j Vletoriii wan let sobie time ago'. FOI'lliationS a n concrete piling for the trestle Heavy Gas Pressure Both ;i" ''ee" Assigned as Cause. Miljur bridges NGSET I DEEP TEST IT REASON NOT vor Holt-] heard a bit of iiHcvest-: nnusnally strong elevens, huvi- dti-. iiiforinalioii from In lev- tlie local liiijh school. The tJuTiei'iilly national. j latter, a Victoria district contend-' day, Tlie principal apcuker >vivs C. U'ehli, special fonimis.sioner of! LioiiH Intei'national, who parted eoiisiclcriiblG information con-' ceniinti remit rictivitics of (lie I.ions CHibs of Texas anil the rt> nunndcr of ihe Unilml Stales. Latest News By Telegraph News) jjicro.s.-i ihe Arcnosa Creek ojr Ihe Tho uunible Oil un.l County hon.nh.ry and the Colctto Creek in lliiij.cuun- ly on tho same, highway uru unciur coii.stnirifon and the contract the bridge across the Itiver at. Victoria will be let. ;tl ig nf the HiKtiway Thf De-n-borii and promising formations all mi. in.iiooin IQ... i 4 fc I strttclures have been completed, arc reported lo be the reasons I liiclndliiK the bridge over the dar- L- who will be present and re-enact deep test on the the Invention "t his iiieamlesccnl i Welder ranch in the shallow gas! fair tonight and l-'ri- j himp iiniier die exact setting and N'nrsery is tlrilling ahead with the snrronndinRs he had on'11'1''1' selling nine-inch casing at ai itlial memorable day, October "f "Pproximaleiy tect mc'eihi] I 1S70, when he made electric light-! A bevay gas pressure. j ling a roalily. The Dearborn fes- Itivities will be broadcast over a j coast-to-ioast radio network. citing ihe ca.-nnK but thc company Senator Hiram llinglmm admit-: "Hlael: niamoniL" the, giant cir- denlb ocriiri'erl in nnrln t: l I'isil he renewed lho acquaintance i! nn old 'friend. KriU Kraepe, the 'alher "f 1'resident Ottn Krai-ge of he Yorttuwn C'liainbc'r of Com- nerce, whn aiiended his wedding nd puinled out the spot where it look place. Ilecanse nf. the growth of Vorkluwu and his absence. Mr. Levy was unable lo find il himself. .Much io the -surprise of the mem- Iri1 today that he made an elephant dun killed Mrs. Ksta I AflV HPATH hers present Lion stated in employing Charles Kyanson i Donahoe in C'orsicana. rests in a IILHIll UP RESIDENCE IN FOR Hint the MUDS f.'liib had giv.wn to 1IS ;l Kovernmenl clerk, knowing [Krave at. Kcnedy today, its liuije be the seccnd larResl organisation llli" lw i" "'c employ of lho buily riddled with niacliine Bnn iff ils kind in (he entire world. The Ding-: bullets. Three volleys were re- 215 club.-i in this slate ontnumber llai" sa''l Kyanson was a "tariff ex-1 miireil to kill the animal. II was by I'.-ir all other clubs of a like na- I'ert" and not a lobbyisi. 'led lo tin; crave, chained to a iree i and shnt. litris put tonelher. he fnnher de- clared, adding that tlicre were over FAIR BILLS SHOULD BE SENT TOG. OF G. BY 5 PJ. MONDAY All who have iilljx agatrisl the Victoria District Fair Association rviinrxtcil to send them to (he Chamber of Commerce before S p. in. .Monday. October 21. I'-.Oini members in Ihe l.one Star Slate. 0. It. Davis, special wi" ;1 live o( the Department of "f .Ir.stice: was the guest of Lion f. C. Csi'sner. Lioness Dorothy aldsf.n had as her Kitest Ihe pretty dan. ins teacher. Miss'Iris Coupli- 'lin. Lack of linn; prevented Lions from seeing Miss C'oiiRhUn in a dance. Curds C. Hratton, It is in political circles Unit T. of 1 .Calvin CoolUlgi', AKrcil K- Sniilh 1 i HKNO, Nev., Oct. Dallas, former lieiiieminl-KUwrwir, nnil Julius ;llealh. noted Hritish aviatris. has 1 is not giving out any information.. i 1'rom what Is regarded as a reli-j able source it is learned that bine 11 shale has been encountered for the several hundred feet without ;any change in the A! i i j similar stratum in tlie 1 field carries heavy jtas. Uefore the j out preventer was installed. i. at Tho tho casiiii! was be-; s thc Toy Theatrt, dired- ,nn. Saturday afternoon av two L D INITIAL APPEABANGE OF TOY THEATRE !N THIS CITY NOV. 1 b, il. ivliat (loveruor today "a labor of II is the ad- suit for divorce from her wealthy I tinsbaml, Sir James Heath, Hritish and colliery Blto ileiilrd liovRi'lf lo i or- but bus mi iipnrtmciit for a Um-e- ninnih porioil. Ihat I.ady uralh intoml- fd In .1 action DOCTOR JESTS WITH SURGEON REMOVING HAND SCIENCE JKUSKY CITY. N. ri his left hand at the wrisl. a sacrifice in the cause nf scii-ntr. Ill, Kihvaril Mnlvaney cliallerctl- chcerfnlly riini'iits with the x-ray. Oarini: die last fifteen Years. i M-i'Mnj: a cure for cancer. Or. Mill- Iry iwwilpr. which i.- lo he suhmlti.-il once liefniv lo the ll'eclly ilry in a liollle. well fcnjiv frieml. Karl ,1. When ri'n.nirej. U llr. llalllpin cantliilale fcir governor the teller next year. Davidson j Smith termcil was a fDiniiilahle caniliiliile foi1 KOV-' love for us three.'1 .1 niunlier of year.s aso. lie ministration of the fltnil i is ex hresiih-m of ihe Texas liar i fonriid Hnlieit. pioneer i Association. nianufactnrer. for charilahlo vnr- iioses. Tht: three, co-onoralins Pull i-cstionslMllty Icasiiiir ltu, Trust Coini'any Klk Hills naval oil reserve to K.: iletails of thn fnn.l anil the; manager nf V Kmi'ser's DrnK Wils smlilleil on of its aniiihiislralion. huvn the shmihlcrs Kilivln D.-nhy. :l ''WW't 1ms- former se< retary of the navy, now l-.inil tmliltslicd an iu ilcail. liy ihe defense in die. hri- ______ Lninlon Xnvcmlicr III. 1H2S. that hery trial of former Seeretary of one of the smniKlins Interior Alhert fall at Wash- syndicates since the -Volslcail wen! into effect hrolvcn mi today as a result   program hour the followmg afternoon. [ncm wil, outfit from the IM.iffio fiehl was nsed to cement the casing. The entertain- at lllc Store No. 2. was gnest of 0. A. I'riuglc. Today's Innclicon of the I.ions was ID have liecn marked hy a i district convention, hut line to th-j ccinlitinn of die roads hetwceu Ito- fiiRio and Deeville. these two clulis were niiahte to he urcscnt. The i Inhs mclilioneil are lho only er.i s in (his inimeiliate section. I'ri'siilcnt Ohris. Kinnictl iuesiil- cd at the session to-.lay. i he v.-onlil not lie any fnnher debts lontracl wbo LINEMAN AT PORT ARTHUR IS KILLED BY FALUROM POLE POUT ARTHUR, Oi H. Milk-r, uxt-d :w, ItiT tjw amiitovium. and will be fice to the general I'arUcipanls arm mcmherf; Miss Sup Kiilvev's   spiles in Hie RUN FOR CONGRESS MILLER ACTING TEXAS GOVERNOR AS MOODY GOES ON MEXICO HUNT ped. for use lued only be ililntecl with a snfl'i ciew of water, the mix- ture, will then havi- all last" and properties of new milk." opt-ralion. using imly a lo- DALLAS. Oct. 17. -Tin1 llallas Times-Herald vaid ihat word haw licen In juililical circles hy trrtain fricmls of .lames K. l-Yrjaison lhai Ihe former governor is st-vi- primarie.s as n candidale tnr Congress from Ti-inli ilisiri.i as.'insl .1. I'. 1 anan llf'tiham. iiicumhi nt. the with her son. I'rincc Niih- old. iilas. Thp premier had offered her The peculiar i iix'iimsianccs uniler t a place on the cinnicil Inu only on which rii.irlcs I.. ICyaiison. paid, the condition that prime inannfiK'ltilers' ap'nf who atti'iided withdraw, secrcl of iho Senate i'i- nanco ('ounnilifc the cuin- With all powers rccurdcd today millce the rales in die new as williiii; lo parliciiwic in lln- laritf hill, will lie aired hy die Ken-1 l.iindoti Xaval Cunivreiu'i- lho n-al- ale's l.iiljhy luvi'.sil.vaiini; Commit- ly impm-Miil ami highly Ire. Hi- was Ihe paiil secretary l part of the innlevlaViint: in ironing of .Senator Hiram T, Itincham. lie- out as ohjitarles as possible ivtililiviin. "f I'linnocticni ami when hefoic the conference actually .liher liepiihiiran -vinalors learned 'meets will under ivay inime- nf his iilt-uiiiy he was exneUrit. 'dialt'ly. Tlie aviatrlx. ivonian tu fly fri .Mrica. to i.inidi of Sir .lames lleatli. man ied Oftoher U, 1 l.udy Heath llei I first Iliinl Tln-y nic lo in polo his fiH'i and i: him to fall In-ail-fir.-i. I The liiidy heins held at Hampton fompany funci.il i while an ail'Miipl i-s m: in uiili relaiivi-.-, I- wct-i- hcinc nunlc to hi Mrs. Ki.iiKri .ilillci. s; lie llu> moilu'i of the de.id ATSTIX. IT oVv-ri'iMi- liany Mille 1 I'l liu'tnTrty maruinv i'ilttion In Llir in "f tin1 Vniu-O 'd tli.t) apply for citizenship. .If U n Millers war n 'it is she un die identity ot his riiis the third lime that flic iitnetlmis of the chief f.vrrn live. Miller wns expcclcil liv conn- in Ansiiii. hii! li.nl nnt antvcd i-arty Wednesday niuruhis-   

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