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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 7, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                t Eyei 1 uied DR. JACK KAHN Eiclinive Optomclriil 6W-10 Welder Bids- Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION- FOR FURNITURE AND j GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Seo. H, French, Publisher VOLUME 32 F1UST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTH WES F IN GENERAL. Timely Topics RELIGION almys bliles with ARMISTICE DAY briilfcs mmi il riinimlcis ul Hit felt it conflict V llilll Uldul UlMIl SCHS tlnU It r Is i il i) ct ap u t vo lotull gJlllM. tftmlh Of tilt MjllliUS pallors whu served our country lu lumi of nt'eil. As such in nfoi c islou 11 i ichly deserves lo he vaCTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 7, 1929. Per Annum NUMBER 75 HAMILTON ON THIRD BALLOT would IniiL Amiii i. iMcl inemorlii il inoru in our minds tli m a tli> look it II'O pjsi LVLJZ niijircrlutlou of lliu heroes of other I Lt. iiuKc, blue tint 1 FUNERAL SERVICES FORMRS.MALKOWSKY TOMORROW MORNING C of C. Re Elects All Old Directors Except One in oui li our tou hut in Hit bt lud nol 6ni> iu diilics loniL to Litlzciis in tlniLs ot 1IL ILl Mrs. Jlallmia Krypyck .Valkow- sky, K, ;i highly esteemed resident of tills cuunly, ilieil al her home a few miles west uf this cily Wednes- day morning at IUIO o'clock. i AJr.1. Alalkowsky wa.s horJi In (Jer- nuuiy .March lil, mill cume lo this country at an early Slid hail been a resident of this county for tunny years. Her hnshand, K New York Stock Market Continues Unsettled No ga iltr trllmtu c in hi paid i I Theodore Malkowsky, n well known to lln. heroic dt id Ihin lo Im in liitinonv nlth tin. Impnls rs which made them serve their coi'intrt In 11 Is t is> [or i nnn lo in lie hit, s itri fleet 111 it nt common dutii in times of ui ice g No in in in (.'oiinty wants more rather ilo vo hopt for ptict lo bhluc nnhrok en upon MIL world lei us wit lose mirsiilevs In li-hnzi. of idealism, which however nohle does Jiol change ibe! nature oilier hunnn helug> IU Annii tlcc. Dis b" n d ly of serious, reck enlng on thi pf ho y> i Ips his shirt of the of cllruttiiii, the. il'Stlnhb of this grtfll icnttblic farmer, died Scuti'iulier 2, 1025. Surviving urc three sons, Knille iind Waller B. .Malkowsky of this comity and ternest K. Alalkowsky of Port Lnvacn, and Iwn druiKhU'r-'V Mrs. 1'arl Hocll. of this ciity .anil Mrs, l.udwii; .Moevcnkamii of Ger- many. The funeral will lake place from the Chuu'cl al S: 15 o'clock Friday morning. Services will lie held at Our Lady of l.ourdes Church at !l o'clock and hilennent j iviil lie in. (lie Callmlic Cemeleiy. Rev. L. Klsclienherg will conduct DAD, lou IIL a lucK> man How s, Hi it son" won't hive to Inn mi. nn school books Ibis year, I've'been kit ih UIL slum liolui Kasper. TEXAS MAN DOESN'T KNOW U. S. IS DRY Selected for Prohibition Only Woman Pilot hi United Slates A. T. Andersen Also Express-! ed Desire to Retire But f Chosen Again. FULKS SUCCEEDS FRELS Date of Annual Membership Banquet Tentatively Set {or Nov.. 16. i Stocks Sluiiip Five to Twelve i Points at Open- ing. SALES CONTINUE HEAVY All ills' old directors of this1 MONHOK. :i.a., Nov. General, jias been selected Texiis. hiis ii ellixen vvlio liasu't by President Hoover as the United hc'nrrl alitnil the dry. States Attorney General in charge   Captain Mary B. Green, of Clev: j land, Ohio, who is the only-author- 1 ized woman river, pilot in .the United States. She is also at the head of an extensive business I International Noivsreul) Several ,Stocks Below Low Level of Recent Spec- tacular Slump. ya .horn in a More, sarcasm, "Sure, and 1 get homesick everytliiio 1 hear ytniv voice'. 'HOW LONG before she'll make 'She's upstairs making, il now. THE HISTORY of five government in Poland since it became an Independent state has Poland Is'organized ou a defin- ilu plMi Yeciiforccd hy an alliance wilh Franco. Marshal Pilsiitlskl, vvhile out of office, ex- a joke, for a niiitl order for six.Uced Mrs. Mabel- '-Walked Wille-  rlon I I know to and then (shook Whusul's bind Dexter Hitmillon. the accused WOMAN JURORS SAY THEY WEREf FOBBED man's lirotlier, did tlie same. Tin- it ml IH rt in I Less than two SLOTC pLr A.VdKI.IOH. Xov. "trc courtroom wlien three, women MIL anil Mrs. William DnrU-kn eriises. more or less, a Ilicy atlDiKleil the funeral of Mrs. 1 w th nnly The latest cxhibiiion uf the Marshal's iuilocratic melliods oc- curcd -n few days ago when a.ssemhly convened. Supported by a large group of mil-! llary officers, I'ilsinlskl refused lo allow Ilia legislators htniuise, it is .saiil. lie feared they U'o'ild vote; adversely lo the pres- ciil ailmlnislrallnn. headed hy one nf Ills friends. If the I'oles arc lo have a dem- ocratic, government, ihey will liave leurn to siilnirillnntc tlie soldiers In .tins voters. FATHER, "It you had a liltle mere spunk in you son. yon'd stand farlher up In your class. Do yon kfiiiiv whal spunk Sou, "Yes, sir, past participle of spank.'1 FIGURES RECENTLY issued hy ire Meparlmeiit of Commerce for Ihe y.-.-ir 1SJS shoiv that the Itril- isli are making good progress to- wards resuming the predominance llicy hail hefore the war in Hie world's shipping. Only sled rind wood merchant vc.-isels of a hmulreil sross Ions wtre included In Ihe figures. The worl'l launihcd S09 such vessels, n( which tlreal, llrilain anil Ireland Ituill Gi'rinaiiy came second ivith SI, followfilliy the Nether- lands with 71. (Milled Stales cume fourlli with a total of XnivithstivulliiB Ihe llber.ilily nf tin' Kcileral Government In lend- ing s-hlphuilflers money and pro- vliliHR Invrallve mall contracts. American shipping is not keeping up with that of other comurics. However, the American merchant marine-loilay Is Tiweh la'per than II before the war. B. It. Karasck serving as cine of the honorary pull- hearers. DuriiiK their residence in Yoa- kimt the Itaricks mivle Iheir liume v.-llh Ihe Kar.isck family. Jlrs. Karasek's nnlimely death was from blooclpmsnnini; rcsultini; from a smalt pimple on her face. The nfectkni developed otj dors Bawes ami do-. mctl and Trice offered lo appear hefore (he Ills'- crliirliiK thai "an innilveiience nc- us lo Increasing; the i Irict of Columbia Craiirl Jury in lell i membership and interest. It. A. i lie know.s of the parly. j .McKlroy ivml Joseph Melamcd alyo Hixiokhart 'has already lohl Ihe: made short talks. {Grand Jury voluntarily Mini silver A suggestion hy .Mr, Trice that i flasks filled wilh Scotch were made iliiarlerly memhership haiiqnets be ;.available to ihe Kiiesls as held nas favorably received. !1 hy iljiti- for Ihe annual baiuiiict was Bucsts. j Hit: jury thiii convicieci iniliiunaire th wlm on I Alexander f THOUSAiWPARADE ON ANIVERSARY 0 DCDIt D 1 I P 'Iwlared in affidavits offered hy the .nLrU Dll U'.lefendanl in his for'a new Kunli' fm- altack I'ringle, 17-year-old dancor. Uaricks member of the Semite lie- hilions CVnnmitleD preselil in Wash- who was not invited and! .sciinc'incniliors were up i and nrjjed lo allend. For some years Hoover ann John- i son have nol heeii on (he nesl of political terms, A similar suffered by Johnson al the hands of ('harle.s KVJIIKS- Hut.'lie.'i, 'then the .trial Ihi tentnlively set for Xovcmlicr Ifij he definitely set hy. the Hoard of Directors at ils next j MOSCOW, j "f inB for i lied Hipiare.lodny in a stupendous; The -eleliralion the it cin-rccd hy ihc or Ihe. jury into vot- j _, 11 conviction. A  al- IIIIVP imlnlsed in annually Ihe "revolution willi splashes and inu down inlo the hdlel lob hy to talk with friends. A new-. Paperinan asked: gives you a clear 'Cerlainly il "does, certainly it .anil cohlor in Iho inferior Friday, j blaxoncd everywhere. Victoria News of Long Ago The people paraded thvoush the enced sviili in an endless stream. rency1 i Icjjetl lineal ot Slmlcr's radio talks to influence them in thrir verdicl. i They also said they wciv infln- do Hamilton replied. "My con- science was clear." lie added to newspapermen: "I'm honn.' tomorrow." Then his friends encircled him I'residfiii I louver's Armistice Day1 here noxl Monday in'cln, will he ilevnteil in rc-laliojis Ihc American naval il was announced lorlny. Tiip president prohably will dis- close the principles of Ihe policy which will irniili- the American W. T. NOBLE, 86, OF BL001NGTON BURIED AT CRESCENT VUllEY GIRL irr PARIS; CHAIN'S PICTURB. Ccnsrcssmnn visited for- er. pus Christ! last Saturday and wilh commendable enterprise Ihe Culler an excellent norirail of! excellent thai Tihe Advo-1 cale exports to hear any mo-: mc-iit lhat Ihe Caller has been sued 1 for [ilicl hy Mr. Craln. There is no more resemblance t.) Mr. Craln PARIS. Nov. in portrait than then- where in I'aris is an American is (o Grovcr elrl in the uuise of a little French K t., Ilio Naval Con- Kmvns from a tiis dressmaking eslahlisli-. II, 1S.11. inenl to smart women will! lilllc i more mcwif than she has I'rcsentins herself leconlly be- fore the directress nf one of Hie houses, she explained (hat ihe dream of her life bad been to lv iaken for mis of the little work- ______ jins sirls anil be folUiwetl by French T. Nobln. 'Sfi. a nalive of Illi-1 flirts. She is lii collou, cotton alone nnd n-nro i otton he finds his solace.- Prom The Advocate of Dcceinljer CHINESE FEAR ATTACK. i i.oKuoN, NOV. ins outbreaks today because of ilefpudnni the niaxiininn pininlly of j t. iloctiine to the averasc farm- nallrtiul reeling growins; out so )rai-s in San (Jm-iuiii venilt-ii-1 of the Itussiiln relehraUons of ilie ijary. Tin- miiiiirnm yfinem.-e is 1 12th anniversary uf the Soviet one imblic, Chinese officials al Harbin arn.-sle.il a large -number of Itus- sians. ilisiv.ilcbes from the Kar Kasl received here slated. The Chinese also fear a cenci-al itnssinn atiHck mi Ihe Siiierian- Miincluirian frontier ami liiivc rush- ed strong reinforcements tu I'o dlspalrhos ;i in the vcnlii-l. ihinkiiiL; thai the judge would hi. Inland the fnrnicr ineinher of tin- pass n licnicnl senlence and not Texas Supreme Court Commission jc tltat he cotiiil slill irive (he 1 of Appeals conld nut he reached r an aiklHiouul slalcnienl. Theresa, whose husband her fa- Ihcr killed In self-defense, met her fultier in tin- hotel lobby. "Oli. she cried, throw- her arms around his neck. Slio COTTON AT SIX The Cnei'i) Slar lliir lotion selling at six cents a pound j (lie farmer rnnst diversify his crop. Yes. or siarve. Bill there is no reason why a farmer sbonlil cling so tenaciously to cotton alone, working for her Ws Corn in any quantity cjvn be sold AOVKH8K ClllTICISM. has his own way of seeing The Victoria pu-; pers spoko of I hi1 Ik-wcile Mns sells that were here recently as a snide concern. The CIKTO Siar SEiiil they were "rotten" ami wore the biggest "sell" th.it ever visit- id that town. Hill Ihe Ynakum I Graphic says: "The Hc-wc.tte Mns- .ac-lts are roallv a splendid coin- "lat W. save'., cre.liu.bl', U is from Oio iTViMihio's TcniiirK.-: I fiat no visit Pantojits' hiifoilitc- four other ;tfriiiitvils in (lofcnsc tiTofntit for ;i tlid nul rry. but hlinVud her rrtpiiUy, ami then hm-Ucd away waiclrtul while friends roiili her father. ami BY OVER TRY OUT NEW SANDIN OLD VIRGINIA SAX ANTONIO. .Nov. f i'Al'.IS. >nly a lia Xoch's No. t Jennie Kandnan. Go I- luckcr-. Premier An lad wllilral. is reported tPjTardien today was 10 M.U.. liois. died at o'chick Ihis In? al llkmiiiinKton. where lie liad lie letl ni) known relatives. llurial was made In Hie Crosccnl Valley r-'.-niotery at Ihreo. o'clock iers. wearing a soy buttonhole From The Advocate ot .Vm'i-nibcr 21. SOMK DUCK SIIOOTKIl. The Corpus Chrlsti Caller en- have a new saml 259'J to If of lil right here at home for cents a bushel: ho.es Ihrive bore nx well j as anywhere in the world; siirgli-' c (titled (o the chromo for (he "boss vvlute spals. There is a lillle mid- Kin and sugar cane do exception-1 j (j intl.o oasses for a illy well in .his portion of Texas j I arisicnun nmi who Isn I one at; potatoes iviways find a ready mav-' r nm.'nl in-- feel which is showing Ras. A lost the Chamber ,11 D.-palus and will he ntadc. The losl maile re- jileman.i a ot i-onfideno- upon of sand at '2910 fei-i. showed results ivliMi his c.ihiiici will a pressure of Iri pounds 
                            

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