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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 23, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Filled DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 6W-10 Welder Biclg. Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION.. FOIl FURNITURE AND I GAS STOVES SEE j HOLLAND AMDUS Easy Terms Phone 159 o, H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND. SOUTHWCSf IN Timely Topics PAILy ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 23. Subscription: Per Anriuni WHO OVERCOMES BY FORCE, i HATH OVERCOME BUT HALF W FIRE PREVENTION Week has pant, and Kone bill that Is no i'oiv 'json why ivr should tin-get that we Bare iijiprt'achlnj! the season of Hie) i1 when fires .-ire more (n'ovalent jj than ever. -1 Tho cool weather, requiring fires i-Iiiiinie.ys; ii'id fiinnvees, cinwe Hthousands ot homes lo he dcHlroy- r ed het'aUf.e, the owners failed to In- Iliem. Other homes and Inilld- KB lire hurned Ih'ioiiKh rank care- lessiicss and fiiilnrc lo observe pre- IS cautions thai a ten-year-old child should know ijiriiit. SINCE ANCIENT lime leprosy has heen regarded us an incurable disease, l.'p until a few years BRU. liert'oji afflicted liy Hiis disease ANOTH NUMBER 63 x INDICATE WINTER-TO. START WITH v v Attempting Solo Hop to London Thought Lost (.solaled from .-Mid 'to al( practical purposes set! ft. apart where (he-disease cotiltl do' its worse. Modern medic-ill science lias re- fused lo allow even this dread di.-- The (ullosviiiK are Duvue's weath-i er furecast for the remiiiiiini; days of (H-tolier ami ihe nioiilh of No-' vemher: j OfJTOHKH. 2Srd to mill mul socially, j L'5lh. a storm over (lie- Mississippi j Valley. to ivarmcr. fol-! lowed, by rain. tn clear- .101 h iu cultl wave UK- Nurtltorn Slates. .vqvKMUKii'.' 1st. a storm 'will, form ovei- Uiu lower Mississippi .Valley. 2ml io 8rd, storm over Hie West Jinior Ma Furgerson Held for Grand Jury snow over Sth, sloini over tin- South lo niisinlain its nnehalleim'-'d Htiites. -Hh to' Otli, cold wave, sway and il has heen deinonslrat-1 cd that like inaiiy other' itiiclcul can lie cured. In 1021 ihe Unit'.'d Stales' J'liulic Health St-rvico eslahiis.heil na- il leiiroKiiri urn in t'iirville, Unit lime fifty-six lepers m' ilitil rck i cd t id out thin- her only imo to he return- ed for further treatment. '.U Hie ant time there are three linn- will four patients in this In'. ami each is receiving the t mciilc.il NATIONAL AIR Transport ear- ul i lolal of 20oUi pnunds of air null it-, line month of AiiKiist, iherehy bronkin'c ill jirevio'iiii records and bccbming tlie first conlrat-1 air mail operat- ing carri- more than ino ton.-rof mail it, any one inohlli. Tin's is an increase of li.OtiO po over the National Air Traiifiport for .Inly. rains over.tl'ie Srniih; .snowstorm over liie Northern .Slates. Jlth to 12lh. hllzzard. cold v.'ave. to Hill. eleariiiK. wiih norlhweat soles, lyth, vvarjjier. i'ilii, moder- .slorni over hlizzarcl over Ihe States; heavy i-iiiis over the Kciullicrn' Slates. ISlh to Il'tli, rain and snow. 20th to 21st, clearing: northwest Ha S2ml to clearin.n mid iiiude ing. 21th lo 25lh. stonn over Ohio Valley. L'llih, a cnld wave Ivom the Jlissouri Valley. to jsili, c-61.1 wave: 5Sih to SOth, clear and cold. 16-PASlNGER PLANE VISITS VICTORIA ON EDUCATIONAL TOUR THE DEVELOPMENT of pri- vi.ti: flying is cspeclcd to play a u-ry important part in hiwerufe ihe price of phv.ies. Hitherto maim have heen dDvollnj; their lo mceliiiK the require-1 Measnrins np to exijechiliuns in every respect, tin; Ford tri-inotored airplane and i-n-nts of coinmpi-eiai flying hut a re r.civ reponi-d 10 he in expanding the vi.-tc market. lire at Uio user Travelair hiplane, on ional tour of thy country, the Smart liny nieadov.- three miles eiisi of ihe city at 10 o'eluck this 'The plane was- piloted hy lien Cresovy, Ihe similler one heliiK manned hy )ule A'. Kciiz. Hecanso of liie condition Not Thought Possible -He Could Still be in Air With Limited Gas Supply.- MONTANA COWPUNCHER Urban F. Dilenian, ;Had! Made Several Flights and i Had Pilot's License.. I.ONTON-. Oct. I jl-'. Dilenian. .Ir.. the "flying cow-1 puncher' who took oft in a tiny! from Harupr Xew Frmiullaiid. hoaslrii.i; hc- wolilrl f be in London in n day. is down'. I The solo flier eiihc-r is. in the j grip of ihe where many j aspiranti have gouc or else, in the I opinion of aeronautical officials here, hn is marooned in some in- aeeessihle spot in Kilfrland or Ire- land. At fire o'clock this afternoon., the span of time which tlie amateur j airman'had- set for the completion of his fllctlii, had expiivd. It is im- or Governor j Purchase Colt) Storage Plant i Formerly Owned by Hill- O'Connor Company. iTO SHIP BIRDS AWAY f Will Be Sent to Gonzales Dressing Plant Because of Ordinance in Effect Here. Slant. Ijrotherj of Gonzales, pion- r> i i ocr turkey and laiKchl in Uoesrrt Desire to Ente'r buyers of tinkev, T-V But Will .'as. have purchased the cold Want Hilll TO. formerly ov.-ned UK lilll O'Connor Company ami will buy PLATFORM 0 III L.I N E D aT'liula. i Against Statewide Road stain i ISSUE and Centralization into this; territory assures the turn Of Prison System. another outlet for then poulti> j products. Victoria'again In-. Hue AUSTIN, Tex., (Jet. plants in opc-i-Uion and Kither .Ma KerKiisou or James K. j this .promises i-. lively competition Ferguson, both of whom once held in prices that should reflect to iho' benef.it. this >eai fur .year, tne latter said, he-re to-; ono ;'ful advantages of divorsiticalion Hi niefen-iner impeached .Kovornor'j tllc farm. IUm ht 1.11 had. heen Busied lhai j in )lMQM either he or his wife cirtor the coniesi and that he would-run "it al- office, may he a.caiK jfanni V': i lace flii; cjoi' tim >eai inr j'f' llle one of the want me. a a I ihat he could still lie in the j Miss Carmen Barnes, author ot a book purport'ina air with Hie limited of j to give an unvarnished version of the doinasf'o( girls in fashionable lie cavricd. only Ili5 piesent time twcnly-five types of "-.-ipproved airplanes sellins. for around three Ihotiswid a little nut of roach rf average in- the ,-cincivcd lo vi-oines. private flying iim't-ases. .mnlher hay meadow lona Ord, Ne-.v York Jnnctr who is HAS To held for the grand jory in New Or- Montanii Oct sal-j "finishing" schools. Mrs. Gcorg- P. Jackson of'Nashville. Teiin, of the.girl, came to New York anct took her from the fashionable .Gard- for the office." Fersiisoii oullincd which would inclnd. regime, veto oi any lion, opposition to a s h'nitl and uitposilion ro ninviiiK the sluic pri.siins jturnicrs who inaclc no (.otton aml U'c lht ountics are tiie dairy areas of IB sooner the far un tln> new Victoria-Uonslon Sinavt if is expected tluvt -opei-alinj; ex- lienses will lie reduced. Tile Krowth of flying makes intir.1 necessary the proper 'rcgiilatinu of tlirmig-iioiil the coinilry.i ihroiiKhonl the ni'leni.mn. Al Ihe' present time twenty states] Joe llanf. [tarai-hnie juinper. ix-iiuire lederat licenses for aircraft ivas scheduled in dive? head first nit ;i mile from where passen up for hvief i ner'School decided Ca the other pupils. diiiracleiisiir of Crhau F. Dili iiKin, in lloh Johnson, j Miss'onla pilot, who was one ot l mini's mysterious death of Jack Kraft; New York fencing master, whose body was found in the Mississippi River, with a bullet in the heart.. Kraft was supposed to have com- mitted suicide by leapinr, into the', London in it Harljni; low win.i; mon- oplane weighing 710 pounds ivith ilie motor. He pnn-haswl Hie! sea from tile but police are of the-opinion was murdered fntcriuiliinial iVewiillreel) N I tor Gins after the school's principal. Miss Louise 0 nrn irmcn's yiem were too radical to permit her association with IkLLO UULUtn 5 DE8REES WARMER THAN ON i Nrvvsrofl i Victoria News of Lons iind ainiien ;uid .seven require -sue1! for coinmoreial (lying. Hix from one of die Hhijis late aflf-rnuun fnirn an altitmle in' almnt feet. The small biplane makes a iitvik- K i-ulidiist when stationed heside staie-i have legislation reiuiirin either f-tjite federal lieense; There aiv nine slates which hav 'no legislation upon this siihjce'. Inw.1 .ship, (lie iri-moiorcd plane and reiuiii-e no licenses whatsoever.'hcins so larj.-e thai the small ma- These we Alahamti. tlenrRia. i.lucky. Louisiana. Nevada. OUla-j hoinn. -Smith Tennessee and Utah. Couslileviiij? the KI-OW- 1 015ANI) .IUHOUS IK ibnl il is said iliat The fnlhfivini; is a list of (he; depression where Ihe Iwily Iniried and k'Kisla-j- j avail themselves of'this excellent 'opportunity the sooner they will j reap the benefits offered. Victoria ..needs more .small in- idiJsln-'s to furnish employment .Its Ki'ailii.illy iuereasins population.' jTltc turkey dressing season of No- veinher .and December gives num- jycar nver JfJjjOfj was spent 'fur fxlra labur during the two month-' Tlie minimum u-mpei-iUnre TIH-S- season. This expenditure day in Victoria was SI de- does not include one plain wltit-h dr-Kiee colder Ihau Thejhaulnl iis turkeys to San An- Advncale utalinl. arcordini; 10 ('lias, j (onto and dressed its hirds nt ilia'. LADY INJOREO IN CAR'WRECK ME: Plane iliree months "si the depression where Ihe Iwdy Iniried Hfessed its hirds at ilia', .il n-iih a lin h p cn-inc ''''awn and summoned iiM-lf 'rema'itnjd' there for years ;if-1''' Slates j Point. The hatilinp of Ihe hirds In He InniKht il. he said, he iir attemlam-e iij.on Ihe His-' Imvnnl." i weaiher ohsorver. Hau Antonio m.ide necessary '.South Amei-iea. In convene next Jlon-1 'a This was (he weather ex-; ordinaiu-e prohiljitiiif; Dih.man has a wife and I'KliSd.VAl. 1'ei icni-ed so far Ihis The ot in in (tilling. lie is it, i il. S. i'mmmKhai... K. A. KinirJ   ed hnlises ahnnl llle liocly and ihe loss of a numliei of jeiili when an Linlomnhile ill wliieh she I riding on her way h-.nv..- troin Vi.-- loria c-nilifh-il wilh anoilicr car ;i few mill's funn lown Til.' >ctunic lad.v received freac- men, at the lleTar Urispiial was ahle tn lie moved to ihe horn.- of her aunt. Aiv-u.-i Ley, in city ye.sirrdiiy in [Ivan's lod.iy NOT SEEN OVER IRELAND. "X, Ivelalid. Oet. a sharp i vipr-pOK kep, aloim irisl, n' ay Vihan liileman. trans-; a.laimc solo ilyer. no of his progress hail heen lei ,-ived here up UlCATUCD KlLH I nLlI CUBAN SUGAR FIRM SPENDS TO STOP TARIFF HIKE lo aeron.-inlirs, and In the pnssitile c-mntMexion nf ef Ihe rciiiilaiiiry oiihinet made necessny liy inn nf ihe foninierce arejihe fall of Arislide firiaiid's L-m- --f of I92ti. In addition to thf- yesterday. Itviand deliniie- ftjj ,a'fou siiBsosioil drai'H of slate slate'! he would mil ivy in fo'rm Iryishlion and a soclion dfsdissiui; lanoilier c-ahitni. the impeiaiive need fov uniform! slate air laws will he This pnlili.aMdii he available; a. an (raily dale ami may be had upon appliealinn Hie Te.vas --Fair and nf-rt ye-n in liianc-li. IViKvrtnient of Tlinrs-! (..'preiviu. an inen ase parllv rionily. isapar liivitf. ll.-ilu-vl (.akin. I... WHILE SPEAKING ahiHit --Kail- ami (nisi iiildi-.ui ihe Culm c-oKip.iny tliele is al leasl oim ncin iitiiln- n..rili imiii'lii Tlnn-s-i fie.l uie Seli.it i-.'ihinei ii-lio 'day'fair. l.y The wvaihcr condiiinns ove.- Kiiiilbern Irelanii mv favornlde. A stiff westerly wind was i-alciilau-d l.j aiil i In- llyeis' pio.m-ess. The visildlily is not however. LONDON DOUBTS SUCCESS. I.ONHON. Oct. I'rh.-iu Dih-m.in's cjianres of iicce.'s iii his il.-u-iim .-itiemjn at a fliphl was ex- s lie' lii.ni-ji passed .-i- ivas aeconiiianied hy ,1 loud when it sluick the Ihe shock wa.-i f.dl in Victoria, cans iiiK many iierr-ons. to it wa, frnm an The f.ilhni; r.ietcur was s-er-i liy many v-eopie. M v. us deserilKd nd.irk Wile ill- ldiu-1; liellillil in ihe lei-rov nf says Aihoeale. "it on D.iy, win -v.-err eugiiKcd In n.'lit-i.iii Tlii- Ailvoiale also the ,.f ihis ai'tein.Min of faltitin o: of 'hi- vi.inily. One is slid M luiv..- The Air Mill- fallen many years said no tiet-n walk in fmn! nf .-In ek of Hie i.iasl guard "f ,Mr. .Inhnsnn Ho.-clle siinh'iis mi tin- Irish and Kuslish'il-'nm lilSi. C..1. ii-.nl Mis. .1. liiovuison left In Hvijoil Birmingham and i.-oinmeiH e- im-nt a! Salem, .V. Tl.i'y wiii in. ali.-ieni mondi. Mrs. I'ull.in rotnn.ed Sun- List from .initii ;i leiifillieue't to her (lid home in Alahama. C.v.t. .In- HiKi'.nnird anil I'vivai- Alh-n nf tin- Hilles arriveil fr.cn Wednesday lo tlirir i-.i er-nipany i- ,1-1 Hi" i-elebrailini of tin. ('r''in Jialal day Tunvsiiay llj-, .1. u, ini'iiy ivithiii the of tlie City mi Wdiif-'diiy. wliore he Hint il ai.it Iiis v.'iu-rahle fatli.-r liave ma ay w.inn ftiend-. !i ;ter n-.eivei'i l.eie Week arrival :V hi-' m llie side- .ibis year has no faeilities for dressirii; ami aii will necessiirlly have ID be liaiilvd tir llonzale.s. .Mr. sialil expn-Mtil FIBST SNOW FALLS IN CHICAGO SECTION, CAySINO ACCIDENTS HOOVER GOEST OF 51 INDIANA TOWN ON WAY DOWN RIVER D.-i. killed, two by am btU s anil iwo liy (rains, in fenr, attiilmted Ity ibe p.vlice in :i ihivi-m. .snnw Tile filsl in" I'm he- L-iju last niglii and cimlima-.l tndny in the area. The I'nll vii.lrnee nf ibv -mini eil in lovali m-er l.alii-.i llll nni end Kii... a.. .'.-iitly and recelvvd many old in .Knrnp'.- the Kev. :trienils. she left for to her Idiiiiw Tetlan of Ihe Ceiniiin Inune In New Orleans Monday.! Klver i WITH 1MJKSI1IKXT ii route Dovvu llio Ohio liivi-r. Mad son. Ind.. (let. tales and roiiBh winds I'resiii-nn H.NVVC-V put dun this hixt.irlc h'.'ie luday for a c-.U lu- ll i t Mi--1 Uiu inn until a v Cm- [jic first visii. m   

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