Advocate, October 29, 1929

Advocate

October 29, 1929

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Issue date: Tuesday, October 29, 1929

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Advocate (Newspaper) - October 29, 1929, Victoria, Texas Filled DR, JACK K AHN Exclusive Optometrist COSMO Welder BWg. Phone 233 r -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Seo II. French, PublUher. I VOLUME 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWCSF IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 29, 1929. NUMBER 68 Timely Topics "I" TRUE LOVE'S nift wtilrh'UO'l 't f U 111 ill ilono lieneath Ihe Heaven. ADDED TO THE iiiirlh of tlie tuclh Unit of haviiiK "stiinl man" fall on you says tho lloston Inn mi city fathers are wise and forbid his performance, lituly Citnino, described as a slum man of New York, undertook to sliile down a rope from the top of the. Civio Opera bullillni; In ChiiiiKii. a slruclnre iorly-four loin. hiKli. .More -than lhal, he .Mailed the jiimncy sliding head- III 1 llul be was soon seen lo be in tumble. Km one thins, bis showed a li-nilency. lo overtake bis In n! puhaps. because his head wah tliL li liter, in.-.klUB the teel tin harder lo control. Then be sbo downward faster until he lost his, -irip and plunged twenty stories tl bis life by shooting liimseH in the head with a sholRUii on Lirban's farm near this city alxwt 8 o'clock this morniiiR. Mr. alone In a hou-i on Ihe farm and his bod> wa-. found following two re- URGES P R E C A U T IONS rn-st shot v.cnt wii.i. slrikinj Ihe wall hear the, ceiling. The deceased was a binfile man lie is survived by one sister, Miv- Henry Urban, and three brothers, Walter, George and William Wag- ner, all of this county. Tlie funeral will be held front Ryan's Chapel tomorrow afternoon at o'clock with burial in the liver- green Cemetery. .The Methodist- minister Will officiate Justice T. r IV.Lcnoir, who held tlie, inquest, pronounced Mi' Wng- ncT's death diio to a gunshot wound self-inriicled. Justice Leuoir miilfl the following report of his "Charles Wagner was staying a house owneilj by Louib Urb.ijn across Ibe river from Pleasuro laud '1'ark by himself He and I ncKro man. Miynle Carey, had a', work at a chicken house 150 yards from the house, and about S a. in. Charles Wagner Mid; lie would go to the house anil lesr l.'urey heard two gunshots. Wheii lie got to the house he found Wag S uer lying on the floor wilh all the .back side of his head blown off a single-barreled shotgun b> side grasped with one hand hydrophobia anil were shot. ANOTHER 816 PUNE WITH FIVE ABOARD LOST 'IN ..OS-ANOKLKS. I The bleak New Mexico continen- wife there is considerable ro-l entire article was smeared ,New ,1 -Ulacheu to it. Gottlieb IpoKeberry juice lo attract thc! There much blood on the Hour er i. an industrious, farmer The Banner extends congra- -t brains were scattered .yll .1. It-; ,..-m fnin iiiui i vho in-; resided out on the Col-j tiilatlons to Its cantetnporary two m'ontlia. county for many years.: rejoices witli it in the reatotion rast [iv hard labor anil economy be baaiof its hopes. lo -i hainlsomo fortune. llojasio later, perhaps.-ArlicIe from; vanished from si.uhi. run- country jn8t 17 years Ihe nrenhan, nunner Uoprodnced in JV and heard the two Ulie roftin. The first shot 'ly went wild, t'ounil where it liad struck the wall near the ceilini; Mcnliir Urban was some diit.imo CHICAGO PLANS an iixposilion In ISIS3. in-obably figuring that Ihe polriilation will he shot down to n whit h will permit the visitors to find accommodations. fiffe THE WORLD llml aiiplandc-d the fliRliI (if Ihi: OrV Zeppelin arounil the worhi in now aslontsii- rrl by a fjurman piano. Ihe Rigan- lii tinrnicr, which last week flew around I.ake {'onslance wilh persons on hoard! While Ibe Unlluil.Slates celybrat- id the fiflielh winiveisary of the fiivoiitlnn of the iiicatiilescenl light. Ihe people of Kwilairland w-en- looking at a revelalioii, as far as jiiiplanes so. The people on i this airplane is more than liirev In a letler received here morniiif; by Dean K. .1. Dysarl. of Ihe Victoria .limior Oollesie, il was slated that a special I rain carry- tig more one hundred rooters would accompany the Houston Jun- ior College football leant lo Ihi? city l-'riday for the' grid classic be- tween tlw I wo schools. Whether the special excursion will material-1 iyu or not is not known. I Al anv rale, il is expected thai Hie lai'Kcsl crowd in Ihe city's 01 y will altcml the contest as a in over Ihe Houston delegation vill place Conch Adams' I'irales in lie limeliRhl of Ihe .rlion of Ihe Tin.- Sam llonsiou Stale Teach- falling barometer over such a long j period indicates the anprcach of radical change in the er. probably a severe-norther. At a different time of the year, .luue, .July. AHRIISI or soplember. it most j likely would deniilc a DnrinK the lasl hurricane-, however, experienced in Ihe barometer; nnanne, tn i-i, )L' i, AUainnun, al time "it ICtlHor's fvom eiiriy unlay HS ;v, lo nlonc." Mil! In bft nn llic scsm-lilns inivly was i sltols. The (tct'caseil in he packed bis Th, piosent editor o( K o Itiidler. Kev 1 departed on Tucsilay p'h. Advocate somebo y persons. wo and .rain for Oa.ves.on. parp.e ink the erew, f.ew to Conlinue.l on page two) Itiidler. Kev. Smith. where he will take a steamer for he ,aw the a, tide from ;m Iak, fai-off Swit.erbV.d. Th future the coming CXpfinC'ILrtH 111 JtlMl-'i uim.iM-v' BEEP TEST is CLOSED mm TO mW GAS SUPPLY struck. Oci-asinnally d'.irinf; Ihe'fall and, winter months a low burmnuler _ Viuoria marks the approach of; noillicis that spend thinsi'lvcs he ire they rca fflJook like Ihe oilier ir.illons miKht htKin 'taking up aortal navlualton nu'llu-ls inru spe.iu IIUII-VMC-S unr ore they reach here, due lo inter-; Warner, rccelvnt a doi-.iment yes-; Mian ihv Kites for similar servic': today. hisli pressure are.v-. Mosi Tb.: Humble Oil and Ki-Mnhu; him to any other cily in Texas, not. reuui-i'H.v. tlnmsh, they reach thi.i i (Vmnany's deep U-si if Ktatt'nn'iit issni-d luday -I- 1'-i is charsed with Cnivervily oi -It is b-arm-d Ihi-! iiiomin-4 lhal I law sludent. vim a few weeks inaiiy l.-aiiini: im-Ind-j vlons In May I, when hi: was sl.iin. ini! I i' Mor-an and was sei-relely married lo llamil- Na.innai Cily ISnnV. First N-aliona! Ion's co-ed dauSlilcr, Hank Chase Hank, ll.ink-! Theresa Hamilton. Trust Companv. An impiMins army of twelve Companv and K.ink ,.f are expcn.-d lo press Ham Ml-1 ire oulenlioli thai h..- iliat' foi' "the PIVSCII; Hu-y plan tn liimseif tn appaivnl dan.m-v when yoims Walton walked into his tit tic.- in Amarillo lo Iw shot in the l-.uk. nt margins c'li street ;

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