Advocate, October 22, 1929

Advocate

October 22, 1929

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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 22, 1929, Victoria, Texas 4fa4 Fitted DR. JACK KAHN Exclwivc Oplomclriil GOV-10 Welder Bltlg. 233 Seo, H. French, Publisher, VOLUME 32 -AFTERNOON EDITION.- FOR FURNITURE AND j GAS STOVES I HOLLAND AMDUJV Easy Terms Phone 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, Timely Topics FOR RIGHT Is right, since Uinl Is And tile day must svSn; Tu ilonbl would bs disloyalty, TD laller ivonlil ho sin. WOMEN AND young all over the- country have gone on the .subject of reduction In weight. Kvtry cnn of them who imtiKiilc.s [lint slii- Is few piiuiuU: hcyoiut a slyim-liUe figure plans to ml down fooil In order lo take oil' Ihe excess. Well, i! is rather risky, ladies. Von don't have.to take onr word for II. Consult your doctor. K'JW v-'onv-n In Victoria County are dieticians of sufficient exuerlcnc-.! lo know how lo properly diel them- selves. Nino limes out of leu the catcless "diets" result in more fat. or it' least no reilnclion. but are VtCTORIA DALLY ADVOCAT-TUESDAY Subscriptions Per Annum NUMBER 62 LONE FLYER TAKES as H la VICTORIA IT D HOLD INTERNATIONAL! Cotton Up Because of Loan Promise SERVICE AT LUNCHEON (x K 'I'lie liotary Club he-id a very, "colorful" as. well as educational I meeting in theli1- club room ai the Hotel Deliver today at the noon hour. The program was in End of Jubilee Finds Aged Inventor Exhausted Hill iihukcrl. Gull (iouilloe and. >l 1I..LI XJIXt MUUIIIUl! n Tf 1 Al McPivlrtin. Unfortunately. Mr.i Hoill! Ufa's .Mcl-'addin was unahl" sent duo tu Illness. tje iux- represcntini; practically accompanlwl, 11 is (eared hy meili-1 '-very country in Ihe world where lal authorities, wiih nervous ills- "olary Is acllvo were prominently eases .anil a j-eiiorul weakening of Ijoily. One way in rcdui't- is to lake iiioru excri-lse. Try Unit before you (ill out fouil. Of -course, know from (lie walls of llic room, color to'tlie occasion, which n-its knnivn as an Interna- tional Service. When President Allnii Shields asked for comments lhal mcsi pecple ei-.i too' nmeli and It was evi- loiihl eliininrit'! some pimndai-e didti'c "know tllCfv fJllK.-i." Splendid addresses liy Mr. Uuml- h'e. Dr. William Hlrirfr- ami l-'lenil. were most educational, or. mvlrlc, who Is a resident of Clo- filling proDi'i-ly, Inn severely re- I lie Mid Is nosillvoly danger- OUR ICEA of iiiMortun. ._. a iied'-'ttrian. j li'iirne. Is a likely siiccchscr to the t 'ate b'r. John lllack Hudson, ivho 'ONE THING ,11mm sncsses; was pastor'of Die i.s as zntitl as anybody's. j I'i.rst nluirch of Ihi- SOME PEOPLE say nice things others after they are doarl; ntli'-rs. iicvor say them at all. WHEN A MAN behind in his work Ii0 sometimes .stars be- hind. .BETWEEN THE tlfrjff and the lobby life isn't at all dull for tliu Senators. THE COMPLACENT Ami-rican citizens wlm laughed nl the report tlial at a Mexican village election a party of airrivriuns rode into 1'iwn shoolini; up Ihe place mlRlii ns well talvii reading conr.-e ini uirrciii cvonU- In their own country. The Crime record of tills rich- est of natiolis is the standing amazement of Kuropean countries. Our enormous death toll from suito- mobiles is also iic at. Chicane, widely advertised as a gunman renter, has .no monopoly o'. hi-jackini; and bloody feuds. Trnili to we set the. rest (he world a sorry example In the ol-wrrjvice nf law. There is only one ri-Jiii'dy'. public opinion, ivdicii inns! he fuenssed iipoii (.-rime lo I'l.-iki! il n.-.profiialile. WE NEVER have been able to niidcr.-lalld why "football" so imuh headword. TYPEWRITERS, nnforinnntcly can't teach bin they ran show up ignorance. tobacco a lo[ nf smoke their la.sle for stories. of his own. Mates a src-al truth when he says This N applicable in Victoria where the community nf tomorrow KpciyVins in au international as- pect, Mr. Ooodloc gave many de- lails of the i-lnbs of foreign coun- tries, even staling the weekly meet- days of clubs in widely sepa- rated cities u[ Ki0bj. Wils iniereKtins to listen to the remarks concerning the mighty lion of llolary and ihe unnrece- ileuted growth is has enjoyed dur- ing Ihii past decade. [lev. Hiviere gave many inci- dents in comnarison with the prob- lems of Hie liotary Club, It is hoped he can he secured as pastor o. the local church as ho is man of wide experience, having earned degrees both American anil Kiirorjenn schools, llis eonuec- lions with both chic and commer- al orgiiiilziiftajis are well known. Val Meml delivererl timely ad- ,dress (hat a cojuiectloii with (he Intenialional Service of the day. He of the recent visit Of Prime Minister Ramsay .MaeDonal.l of Kaiflciad I this country ID further ccmont the j relations of the United Slates and j fircai Hi iiaiji and of more rc- celehratiou of l.iuhrs Golden ICdison's Invention of the j electric. HKhl ii phco the world on a higher j level was in pan j I'icnil's spc'i'cli. I Chairman Illackerl inlrotliict.1 each of the. .-iicechmakers. .lohn Hu.m-1. a banker of Kev. ,oe Wearden nf visilws Ihe weekly meeting. The ami approval of tin; i minutes hy ilnj secreturv j> hy Kev. Itivirie. 4.5 IMWsFRHN SO FAR THIS MONTH m Finds in iPHGEIflfflf S Bonds PfiiG[ iifUL ie rain will Hie raise in Hoiv niuili UioiiRlH we slie shape for winter and will i Ilit- vnnn.i; nml of tnriii? Ii i.s fjilr frnni ;i stiuul- J.nini, ;i jniswcr. J'ont'fir (o full COLDEST WEATHER'OF SEASON FELT TODAY iicnis for piil.lh-atton. bm AT CO nnst ,h, rule wbi, h I [1 mLnbUn I HI Ji a signed nanlti Un- of (hi, communication. Our Ufa) wintry was oxpcr- risli- posiiivoly j.ndiihli.i pnbli, a- j Ion, ,-d in Victoria Ibis morning Him of inisisiivd ileiiis ami do'with Ihe lomi'cralnrf fallins; to noi vary. find Meisi-r-.-s. coldest, of s.-ason. li.iski I 1 rolil, i js to- failed sign his lianu-. [nishl oi.l Mary Lupton, sixteen years oW, of St. Petersburg, who eloped to i Hondura with Luiz Ordoneiz, a j student, has beeo -returned to her parents, in Florida, through the in- tervention of President Hoover and the co-operatjon of the Hondura'n president. "I Internal tonal SCOTT WILL OCCUPY NEW HOME NEXT WEEK The Scon .Motors Company's spacious home nt ciirnei 'of Main and Comniereial Slreets is and he for orcfipancy ite.vt week, (he Service Dcpartmeni to be installed Monday. i -The huihling is being erected by Contractor Louts Urban and was by Architect Kai l.cfi'lanil. II faces 50 feet on Main Slrcel ;aml uxluiKls feet on Ciiin- merchil Street, having a i where lluinhle anil (Irayhuri: oils will be handled. The painters ale now pmtini; the finishing lonchcs to Ihi- i The painting in tin1. lle a Jlartiiiciie c.Iiussis. recently assii-ueil lo each The efficiency ami rapidiiy vviib the ouifil works is mai'Vrlons to nrdinai-y hand painl- 1 il heiiiK equally or more cf- tV-ciivc and many limr-s lasi. White paint wllh a lluh-k dodo j border us1, d. Tlie Scot I .Molors fompahy will haw many tin- lulcsl and Maniuclli- nifjdi-ls ,m al is tiM'mai opi'iiini: in ils new ijiiarlcrs. Tlie display room is splendidly avraim-'d 'x'sl. of Uic cars. T. M. Si-nit, the pnpniar head of Iliv cnmii.iiic. iii'id 'tin' dependable antninobiics his firm sells made silih.- ilic ciini- (KMV h-iine Resting at Ford Home to Re- gain Strchyth Lost Dur- ing Exciting Day. WORLD PAID TRIBUTE Events of Day Leave Inven- tor in State of Emotidna! Exhaustion. IJIOAUISOllN. IJicli.. A. Killaun rcsteil'jn OIL liomc of Henry Ford today that he mfelit rcRiiin the .slrciiKih he lost (In; excitiiiB day on which Ihe world honored ihe S'2-ycar-old inventor of the lamp The entire world paid tribute to Kdismi Hist niglu and the -pAfean try for Ihe occasion in-iiv ed too much for his waning slreimtb. Tire evenls uf the day left him in a state of emotional exhaustion. Followed Statement by Fed- eral Farm Board Price was Too Low. ORDERLY MARKETING iJoard Will Make Bicj Loan for Systematic Selling to Bolster Price. SKU' YOIIK. Oct. lo UK' Farm promise 11! a loan lo insure orderly niurltctlng or (lie cntlon crop, prices on tho I-Athange jumped from oiiu'lo near- ly two dollars a hale Unlay. be Federal Itonid slated Hint in i.liinioii cotton prices were .loo Ocean Alone in Daring Attempt to .Emu- late Lindbergh. [FLIGHT IS SURPRISE f .'Made from New Foundland i in Utter Absence of Ad- vance Publicity. WEATHER REPORT and Wednesday fair and Oscar A. Jr., El Paso cat tleman and artist, who found; opo in negotiable bonds, 3 bottle :iml iln might bo gin and one of rye in a grip belong- j assured with more orderly jrmrkrt- ing to Frederick Appel, ol "f SniuUeru slaule. when he discovered an extra suit- ease in his baggage as he reached his hotel in New Yorh. In the case were rin Strobel notified the National City Bank, re- turned was allowed to keep the liquor. 16-PASSENGER PLANE WILL UNO !N STUART FIELD TOMORROW Victoria News of Long Ago I'KUSOXAr, MKN'TIOX. Mr. R. 'K. Holland of the Houston 1'ost and family left rfor a tour of I lie S'orth on Tuesday lust. Isa '.'oilier is visiting rela- and friends in N'nrsery ihi.i week. .1. I.. Ditin-ce has returned from n visit 10 Conms (.'hristl for his hcallli. rroidenl s. lirowu of Ihe 1. of Te.xas in ihe city on Thursday lasl. Mr. will (i.' n. Hauschild Wood's ranch a view of es- tablishiiii; n dairy there for the ex- elusive production of butter. If the railroad scheme is carried through, next will nrohably witness the erection ct a Ihroe- nlory Ijlock on .Main Street. Mr. T. M. O'Connor Void a train- 'load of ealtlc lo Xelsou Morris of Chicago Monday and shinned tlioin riinuin Tuesday. The old jtlm n-sldi-ncR ;cn Santa Kosa Ktrccf tins been M> as to face Cameron The two airplanes which will land here a lii-pas- jHOUKcr Kord tri-motored cabin 'model and tin.- other a .Mr, Travel- iiiir biphine carryiiiB an auxiliary molor for Ihe larger per- i haps lln> largest and smallest -of ;any iilaues lo ever deticuml niiim ;i i local field. Hnili an- on an cilii- jcational lour of the United Stales I ami their nrotienco here is behiK :sponsored hy Ihe Kraiiy. iMotor Comiiiiny. local Void dealers. The sclcciioii of the landini; fh-ld j was made by Oharh-.s llarilin late ycsicrday aftcrnuon afier a EIII- of a nuinhcr on (lit- ontsUii-ts ;ol' (he cily. Mr. liardiri is ailvaiicc finan for I he Ford tour. The field Dorothy Maekail, prominent cine- ima player, will have to get a new I income tax advisor now thai the j Federal 'government has frowned jupon the deductions Miss Marjorie Berger, tax counselor, made for her Hollywood clients. According to the government officials, Miss Ber. cjer listed liquor bills anil parental gifts under ''advertising and pub- licity." I Inlvriiaiioinil Newsvutll PANTAGES TO TAKF WITNESS STAND TO DENY MOTION I.OS AXGELKS. Oi-1. .With Alexander Failures, wealthy j showman, ready (0 uke the wii- j ness stand in his own defcnsi: his t sensational trial is apiiroachinj; a climax today. ruinates is cxiiccted u, ;i j sweeping dunial nf Kunici- I'riiiKlij's .rharnes of assanll. i ST. JOHNS. New Foimillaml, Od. ilarini; attempt lo cuni- ilatc Col. Charles A. Limlbcruli in :u snlo flight across iho Ailaiiih i nmler way lotUy when I1, I-' I Dilernan look off alone in a siniill nitinoplane for Tlie hop was uiaile with an utter absence of advaneu pnhlicnv i! most nothing known hy the SCueral pnbljc of Oili'inan's plaiib The flight is helni, m i llariiiK monoplane With a milk ear. vyiiiK I HO gallons of Kasolluc Dileinaii look off n J2 1> in loeal time. i FAVORABLE WEATHER [WILL INPRE FAIR i FALL COTTON CROP Less than S.OOO bales of "cbtloii. have heeu ginned in Victoria Conii- 'ty to date, or about one-cifhtlrot i a normal erop. It known now lint a couaidcl? ahlo, fall cvon will he made if tin weather eontinnes Tin j stalks in unite a number .of fields jare loaded from top to hottom wiili large and small bolls and the tare siill scpjarlni; anil hlooiniilK There was a marked advance in tho price of the staple on the loc.t1 inarkel. today with mulillinp (inot- al IS cents. The yrU'e hnrt i fallen to nearly 17 cents. Keed hrinsjiiij; per ton. HOOVER SPEAKS AT OPENING OF OHIO RIVER TO TRAFFIC FIRE SHOWS EFFICIENCY: AT GARAGE BLAZE n -1 M. ho K of -on ,hB, i I will i-om- will h, proud of. Southern I'anlic lo pu> 7 HOO, I-. C'-lh" 'Tn i 'he'wiii i K" .fnr tlie cooler latiludcs ivid lii-alH, of KivhiR air (hi- mountains of Vtr- i "lis country.! FOR VICTORIA EXHIBIT iTS. A. COMPLETED hroihcr-in-iaw, MI. pat Itnshes.-i ''omity 'for I'lisuiiiK1 l-'rom Tin- >ear. Of these u 12 are isrn. nnit .Stiiliz's Tiieatix- f'ompaiiy em. f.OCAl. DOTS. I'U-tcd a lliree-ntcht's I'lili-rtaiii- It is wiih what. ('a.-ino .loif n Annin. itn-1 his .andel ,-a- in r..iuim, Mi- vv.-ni lo i Mv. W. .V. '-v'l- I KIl-s TKAIX.KX 'CIVVVTI n i n, n OKI Man Kivcr" in I'm, imiiiii in 'lay ami lluovcr will tivc iln- an inlo Ids walc.iv.ay policies, I H-hicli conli'iniilale the linkiiiK of '.Hi'' l.'alisportiitimi "f tile Miii.llr bi.fnn. In- Icav, s tin- Ctiiix. two-car residence and new Whippet scdati were destroyed hy a fire of mi- known urigin last nisht about o'floc-h. The fire oedtm-d in a .tlikkly xeftlcd neishhorhcoil in the Queea jCHy addition tn Viclnriu an-! th" IX't.arfinrat rlid splrmtiii work in i.oiifiiiiii.s tlic- In j .Mr. .Miller rri-cnlly acquired tile .properly from Kd Svlwriin. new of >crvici- its Victoria rm-rn shorily iiiwn Inday. Tin- acc-iiloiit ni-viirivil alsvul ,-i; and a half miles from this i-ii> ihe was en 10 ;

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