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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 30, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                I JACK KAHN liuive OptometrUt Blrffl. Phone ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Termi Phone 159 h, JME32 FIRST. VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, iely Topics MAN'S though a mean degree; present for a mighty AFTERiyOfrcTOBER Subicrjptton! Per Annum NUMBE.R ucim, iij; Imnoring f A. Kdlmm's invenlloii ofj Klobu brought! Hourcr Ids praise t ami inventors, "our CBS national posses- _jnulng Mr. Hoover said are not tlic ma- huadtlnos." Worse than STOCK CRISIS MAY DISTURB BUSINESS of jhelr groat acbieve- .adequate treatment I histories that our children PEORLE think there is ui to go t-iiiircli wlien 'liear a sermon over the reat) one iii tho, paper dur- jJo week. citizens rcpnb- asked to slate their phitos- Jlfo. Itiey would start shoot- HJfliont giving an opportunity OPENING of the hniillng to iiiinil tlm annual 1'itf. among tlie s of Illy nation every year ;b tlm accidental killing of intur rather than the game, coiumunlty in (lie nation, tn- g Victoria, has at oue time .oilier, experienced the sense ilc grief Hint comes from ;edy that happens in the, mlly seems necessary to tell .who use' firearms that they ugerouyor tu uuilion woods- 'Sailiijl. carelessness in the pt )Vcajions anil, yet Ihc bat so niiinj; are killed each xnpliastzcs- the' need of some 'lo .advice, on the subject, j in do'ho belter than lo print i 0 edification of lumtors the! i prepared 'by [ho Conservation rlment-of tlic Stale of New which gives eleven rules, ___ i deserve-vide cSrculailon and of all those in victoria I hereiiftfSr lake lu Ihe field Hero' they ;ire: Never carry loaded guns in jimobjics or other vehicles. alielil hunling birds, keep fast of your companion. Tti loading never pulnt a gnu in Direction of your companion, fti climbing over stoue walls first breikk or unload uKgun. bird quartering lo.llic right vlclnly of your hunting com- nfons should never be fired hunter on the extreme left vice versa, Jpiever leave a loaded gun stand iiinst a Irce or lying on Ihe 1 where a dog mny get at il. Always keep your gun pointed iv from your companions when sloji to talk. Ill handing a gun lo a person S Inspection, be sure it is mi- iS'cver slioui in the direction J; companions because you con- rfattl taking a dangerous ch: LWrry a film pointed doivn to jytfl. If you shnol left-handed fcjat Ihe extreme right of the Ajtrt remember, Ihe gun you 'intended, somlimes proves jfn-lsp. lo your regret. fVtnll limes be careful." ARE any ntimlicr of pen- ho arc ready lo admit tliat t lha troubles with Ibis conii- V "loo many lawyers." f ihe theory of American jnr- :nce is no! the cause, of I ho I opinion. It Is the common ;c of "lawyers" ivlm use their i In channels other limn ihe (ale practice of law Hint bad n.inia kvthe bar as a WELL TO BE DRILLED IN DEWITT CLOSE TO VICTORIABOUNDARY CUIvKO, Tex., Oct. life has been put Into oil prospecting activities in DeWitt County during tlio past few weeks, with leasing reported to lie nndcr( way on a large si-ale In various sections of the c-oniily. Robert i'eiin, Dallas oil operator, has Uiken over u block of around 5.IWD acres under drill- ing contract in (he sontlnveslern part of the county on the victoria County line, only ;i short distance from dm Nm-sery shallow field in Victoria County. Thjs fjehl is being developed by tin liumblo Oil ICcfiiiing Company, ami a leal is now being made in a deep sand below n.OOO feet, tile first deep test in the Nursery field. I-'-. I'. Zoch has made location (in a block of a.Wil) acres in the south-, western part of the county running across the line Into viiea County. Other leases of smaller acreage have also been re- polled. Acreage under lense in Ibis ninl ivlioining counties at the present time totals nearly acres, according ta observers. AIRPLANE REPORTED LOST GOES THROUGH TWO-DAY BLIZZARD Doctors Differ As To Whether Boy Was Shot In Back X X X Prominent Amarillo Rancher Held For Murder !.OS Out. I'llol James K. Doles toihiy beaten a two-day blizzard on the continental divide oC New Mexico to His Western Air Express passenger liner safely into purl. Holes landed Ms ship with two passengers ;ind tivn oilier members of the crew aboard in a snow-covei-cil field near Trecbadu, X. M-, to save Ihc ship and jliu five lives. After more than lionrs of iso- latlon, ilnriDir which an intensive air ,-iitd ground search was begun. Doles seized a break in the storm Ui ilrivc .Hit! powerful Iri-moUiiod ship into lire nil-ami laud two hours later -at Alhii'iuenine, N. II. iii >y the aniioiincenient of lus I. president of Irltl of CotuinhiH liar Asso. 301-lnilon seek legislation II realrlrl the desiKiiatlons fide practicing attorneys. DOCTOR KYLE MADE PLAN BOARD MEMBER IIOIT.STO.V, Od. incut of Dr. j. Allen Kyle, promin- ent physician, lo membership yn the city (iliwnini; commission was appioved Tuesday by the City Ciiuiicll. Doi-toi- Kyle succeeds K. Clinton .Murray, whose leVm expired in ilie summer. Agree Wound in Abdomen Inflicled as Walton Faced Gun. YOUTH WAS_ UNARMED Sheriff and Physician Testi fy There was No Evi- dence- of Struggle. The Family Huddle Ocl. pliysiciaiifi called as expert witnesses for the prosecution to- day disagreed as lo whether Jutlgo It. S. Hamilton shot bis youthful unwanted son-iivhuv, Tom Walton, Jv.. in tlic.hiick or from tbe front Walton was slain in tho at- j torney's office .May -1. Dr. .1. !l: Vntighn, irho I'.vrnnlned j M'allou's lioily, said lie reai-heil the j opinion that two of Ihe-four shots] tbe young Te.vas tl'iiivc law student strnck-him (n the Wick. DEATH SENTENCE IS PASSEO ON CONVICT FOR ATTACKING GIRL Tex.-i.s Ocl. Hoy Mcn-lnian. cunvicled of crimln- al iissanll nn n Dallas sirl last IV- !inber was sentenced by .Intlpi; flrover Adams in the Disliicl Coiirt lo die in Hi... clecli-ic ai Hnnisvillc some lime belivccn mid- lit and d.tylii-ht .Vovcmber FBENCTPRESipENT SPRINGS SURPRISE IN CABINET CHOICE I'AKIK. Oct. ounieiKUe suvpvisc-1 Ibe keeiiesl it polnu.'il observers here today by Senator Klienue former minister of finance iimlcr I'romier lleiTlollo, lo form a new foj.owing ihe failure M. Dalaillvr. Clrnifiilel without hesi- tation. amined Ihe body, said the wmmds re inflicted from Hie front. bullet fired -as he faced the gun. Young Walton apparenlly was manned when he was shot down. .he. two physichiiis agreed. anil Sheriff i vho the body a few niiu- lies after the shuttling, said they i w-. iMl no weapons in bis i-lolbes. j lotb testified Iliei-c was no leuce of a slrngglu having taken j ,e lilnci: .wlien: the killing occurred, j A book case glass was broken lull: f Ifamillon shiiwed no sisus of hav-l, ing eiiKuged in a physical unconnl-j ur, they said. PN SUE THEIR OUR HEAVIES.ANP -TJAB .TtMJNBLS VJE (AH THIS j Charged With Fatal Shooting of Finish Brown, Mechanic, in Office. MOTIVE IS UNKNOWN Witness Said Brown Threat- ened Dees' Life as He Entered Office. A.MAIUI.I.O, Oct. Charges of murder have liecn pre- ferred against John Dees, nYomiu- ent fancier and real estate dealer, as n result of the fatal shooting, in Dees' office of rinisli Drown, a mcciia'nii'. I'ces 15 free under SlO.UOi) bund. to determine the mo- live for the slaying be con- ducted this afternoon. llrown threatened Uecs' life' when he entered his office, an eye- witness said. What Federal Government Will Do Remains Oflcrt'.: Question. RESERVE BOARD TO MEET Scheduled to go Into Confer- ence .for New Study of Situation.' the federal Coverniiienj" iii- to tin iilMiut tho .Stock Mar- ket crisis remained an open itues- linn today. tliu Federal Hoard" liediik'd to go into conference for a new study of the crisis, officials were apprehensive that the bear driro if sustained would have a seriously detrimental effect on'nru- iHielivc industry and business. WILL THEY BLAME MARKET ON DEMS? AL SMITH ASKS CLUB Victoria News of Long Ago s .LOCAL 1'ICKUI'S. juien ougbt to arrested for vag- llev. John ovall, a Swedish mis-: raney bo comitolleil to work siouary, spwil several days in the ifor a living. city this week. Mr. Qvalt will; Harper got sluc.U' after the rcHsltnis affairs of i in inn.I til (lie-upper crossing j and Mrs. (icorgc i ,ljs y nmrnins, won: held i's Cl.ai.el this afternoon crowing of the Col brother .Swedes in aucljof (he Colcilo Wcdnestlay and had CITIES SERVICE MAY WITHDRAW OFFERING ON STOCK MARKET NKW YOltK. OKI. llirjctord tin- cities service Company, the SPRINGFIELD. Mass, Ocl they Mama the stock-mar- f kel on "Such' I was the laconic message sent by Alfred 10. Smith to a meeting of. the Western Massachusetts Dem- locnilic Club Monday night. The message enthusiastically ap- j plauded. coming after Governor Fi-aiikllii D. Icnoso'velt of Now bail dechired that if such a markot debacle ever took place in a Deiii- ocriLlii: iifliniiilstriktiini it ivonlil iiu- mediately he liaited as tlie result at business bungling by the parti' in power, Counties during the ncsl o'clock ami l-'irst JKMIiodist Cinireli. was iiiiiib; in the Kve Tin: pallbearers i and Alfred M.vlijonf. TURKEY EXPERT TO ADDRESS VICTORIA BREEDERS NOV. STEEL CEILING PLACED IN COUNTY JAIL HERE Creek Tuesday a Herman "'I farmer nanii-d Ileihel wbile riding llu''jHc-rw.-is hud cuiitc an es- until it eoiildn't u lime ol il gelling hi onl. Victoria Counly. needs more liridgca.- I'rom The I'nle of December 13 IS'JJ. stock of wliieh A meclng of th-, (inlf coast 1-onl-j !ry anil Pet Stock Assoi ialion willl lie held at Ihe Court House Tnc.v day. November 12, at 7: IT, p. m. j _____ AH members and Dm public ivli'i j The Victoria County jail evectei nrc interested in miirkcling tin- i in ism. is lifiug made more are urged to bo present. I by ceiling upper tier of cell: We will have will, us .f. li. Krcd-i loul-proof steel plates. Tlii i-aiiud with got Ktockmeii from Hyiies say jllify have tnitcli faith In the new jifeep water lioom ?oon lo be in- Uirsuratnl at Hockport. Money j j will accomplish wonders. If Itoek- TEXAS BLIZZARD MAY REACH -VICTORIA BY THURSDAY MORNING lenlly during me cnrrciil wave of a selling, will meet today i Artvo- uclion on ami possibly I wilhdiav.- [he offering rereiit-' l.v to KlwMiolili-rs lo buy ailditloll- ommoii al a share. FEDERAL 1NOUIRT BEING MADE SINKING OF SHIP I'11 K'A (JO. Oct. th'o Xew York Curb ICxchangu year, but fallen within the past few days tn as low as ?ls a share. Stoik exchange sales set a netv here ,Tr .bis morning (u-n "le also A -ill, a nnnnver slnwi lo M.V.I. 'Ihe normal reailin" ('lilies .Service has icoinplete story of ilm Uiko ilk'lli lil as as a share on Ilie'K1'" tragedy' that took nine Jtfijs York Curl, ICxchanu bciiiK pieced together toilaju- investigation r'x lrt ;no iloulil thai deep water lie J ami indiciV.cs high winds i n grHcrnnK'ht ohscrv-1 alone excredeil- one arkfling, breeding, feeding and Come, auti you will benefit by being pvesent. Uriag a friend, j story adtll mills. The iiH'x are 2u mills tin idllcliiiK in is of the an III llAVt since thon there has bucu HIP II i I nUIPirn nin-rtr responsibility tor the Kinking of (.he Steamer Wisconsin off shore of Wts. flallnving waves sprung several plutes on Ihe .sle.imcr early yesler- jilay, flooding Ibe freighter's boilers iiml leaving Imr, al lln> tniTiy Ot jibe sea without -power, l-'ranllc i radio calls brought only one coast 'guard slalion's boats to her These arc the salient f.icta- ,13 from (lie stories of tits sixty survivors. 1'niled staler We The insiallaiion was deddod nu- named RAINFALL FOR MONTH1 REACHES SIX INCHES BOY SCOUT AUXILIARY MEETING TO BEHELD FRIDAY i (lavs. which was not by the c< i-d with jross nuisance mniy. hill he i, cd at a. m. Mobile to belle. Klorlda. Oisluvbame over the the of HEAVY RAINS TODAY WEATHERM M, slimv wlmloivs a.s bmken will! The r 'ls of an inch of iiii fell in Victoria this innvning, 'lim, and colder toni..ht. Texas-Partly cloudy au't' rtwers in Uic exlreme por-' Thursil.iy coWcr jn lie month iu exactly six ini-hcf. ,-nsi piivtion This rain veiyl WVst vloartv avy Or amounted older except in the Panhandle 1S in phu-es. I nvezh.R in (be north head if _, t evan Chard, he th. Members of n'a) of rod-lit- far as Coliad Tluu-s.lav partly doiuly. beEBing dimes. Such e, l; W 
                            

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