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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 11, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                VICTORIANS MAROONED ON MUD FLAT REPORTED DROWNED Eyei Filled DR.JACKKAHN Excluiive Optometriit BOV-lb Welder Bldg. Phone 233 VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUB Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher, VOLUME 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GRNERAL. Subscription: Per Anrtuni VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER NMBER 78 Timely Topics THEHE EXISTS no cure for u heart wounded.by the sword of PRACTICALLY ALL business in- Klltiillons In the cily are closed litbt today 'in commeinoralion of Iho eleventh anniversary ut Ihe hlgninK of Ihe (Vrmialice vflildi brought to nil abrupt close tlie gi'euU'Kt huniiui conflict that has ever, been' World War. Flags adorned hundreds ot poles throiijjliout thu cily and short pro- grains were held in several in- stances, where all' rejoiced, as many of Ilium did eleven years aso to'ft day. Celebrations in Ihe larger cities and even in smaller towns took tho form of major events, with thu festivities continuing all day long And' invariably .the American l.e military organization, tool Iho itivl In preparing and carry out the schedule. The Advocate carries on ils from pajju Unlay an excellent utalcmcnt from Ihe national com- nninder. ot ihe American Legion, Dmleiiliamcr, ivbo stresses the .point of fntnrc pence, in view of the tremendous losses sitslain- ed by tho world powers in the eleven years ago. Itesides entailing a financial loss of aiiproxiiiialely tsvo hundred and eight billion dollars, moiu lhan .seven million lives were lost, three million women made widows and over nine million children orphan- ed. J.et (is nil join today in eetebra- RIFLE SALUTES USHER IN ARMISTICE DAY Presbyterian Pastor of Note Chosen for Victoria Post ft. Ten Pro Agents Nab Fourteen in Raids Here Pulled Off by Fishing Boat and Given Supply of Gasoline. SEARCH WAS ORGANIZED Delay in Return of Teachers from Hunt Alarms Fami- lies and Friends. K. .1. Dysarl, dean of Hie Vie- torin Junior ColleKo; V. A. Adams. collese and I'alli Welder Hiijli j School football coach, and C. jllolcman, physical director of the i Milcliell School, mavnnno'd all night ton a mnd flat and reported drown- j j returned io (he city Sunday afl- 1 er a IryliiK experience. i j WORLD The parly lefl Victoria for tliu coasl Friday on a iinntint; Irip with the inlention of Salnnhiy aflernoon. I.alc Salurday cvenins Holds Degrees in Both Am- erican and European Universities. 'WAR VETERAN The American Legion Carries On of this'cri-iit event, rorjjeUliig i ;nin, (he-losses of the past and bearing in mind Ihe necil ot future peace and good will. A SUBSCRIBER Hi'ites ill (o ask- if a Initial eiilered Ihe cellar, would the chule? No, hut perhaps Ihe kindling wood. NOVEMBER was oiie'inonlli tlie llomans jicri'c-r Irfrtilicd tiic'Hifc'clve.s 'In sivo a Kuucillci name. "The iilnlli nioulh" 11 was called for that wiis ordinarilly its iiliu-c In (lie cal- endar. From the word "116- when lliuy did not relnrn and no learned al Made Splendidrlmpression in Delivery of Sermon Last Month. I'orl O'Connor or HL'Lidrift, tlieir families. became fvanlic and'seareli- hii; parties were organized. Reported lo U. S. Commis- sioner Today and Releas- ed on Bond. FOUR WOMEN IN LOT 'Dr. William Ilivlrie of Clebiiriie. a World War veteran ivnd holding degrees from bnth American and j The''iiiuii lefl fort O'Connor Sal- Uiiropean universities, was chosen Ihe congregation of the First! Presbyterian Church of Ibis city 1 .Bodenliainor A'at'l. Commander-The American Leyion Armistice Day Message to the People of America veni" meaning uino has come our name for tho month. nrday morning in Dysarl'.s boat for Scadrift, where they were to main- tain the boal. a small one equipped with an outboard motor, during; the hunling season. On the voyage Ihe craft grounded on Ihc flat and (hey were unable to gel il off when 'darkness fell. So they remained aboard the I boal all night anil renewed llieir I efforts lo refloal it Sunday niorn- iiiK, Vvhen their giistdiiiu became ex- hausted. l-'itially a fishinj; boat when Iwn eslra months! pulled Ihein off and save (hem a were added and Noveiiiber liceninc I 'supply of gasoline and they nuide Suinlny lo succeed the late i John Black Hudson as pivstor. Dr. Kiviric has been pastor ot j the Clclnmie church for a number of years, fie has been of the faculty Washington and r the eleventh month its name was not chanced. At olio'- lime, how- ever. a climigc was siist'eslcd. July had been iiameil for Julius Caesar jlliu Ijuy in suareJi of them. and AiiKtisI for Anhnsliis Caesur. to a snliverieiu senate offered lo call Ihe eleventh mouth Tiberius (-'uvsar. He declined saying. "Whal will you do if yon have thirteen j NDIANAPOL1S, Ind., Nov. L. Bodenhamcr, national commander of the American Legion, today issued an Armistice Day message to the people of America as follows: "Memories of the gallant service, performed by the men of America on the battle- fields of France, come flooding back today with an ever-increasing vividness. We turn back the pages of the past and live again those never-to-be-forgotten moments of victory I which brought unrestrained joy and gladness to the world. "The American Legion, composed of thr: men who helped make possible that great I.ee University and also on Ihe achievement of eleven years ago, is today engaged in the task of preserving and perpetu- ating in peace those same high ideals of service which inspired our men in 1917 and 1918 to stake their lives for their country. "Armistice Day has a peculiar significance lo the men of the Legion because it not only revives cherished memories but it serves to impress upon all veterans their duty of continued service to the nation. A day of joy though this may be, still il strikes hard the note of loyally which characterized the service of bur men in lime of war and which should characterize their service in lime of peace. Avon Leading Into Dutch Lane, Brought into Prominence by Raids. The fifteenth complaint made following Saturday night's liquor raids was revealed this afternoon with the filing of charges of sale, possession and nuisance against a 23-year-old white man. It is understood several more complaints will be filed as a result of the raids. y of letters or llio University of Bordeaux, llordeaiix France, lie saw active service overseas in the World Wfir and has been promin- ent in .Hoy Bcont work. II is believed dial Dr. nivirie He delivered it lo Scadriil, reliirnliiB liere just! will acceiit Ihe call. as arrangements were being com- L-, sermon here Ihe latter 'part of pleled tr, have airlines fly over and made such a splen- j "Conceived out of the common interests of those who served, the spirit of The American ;did iiiipression tliat the coiiijroBa- j Legion today is the spirit which spurred our men lo noble deeds on the fields of battle. The FORMER VICTORIAN TO DELIVER RADIO TALKS TO CHILDREN (lion decided to retain him. The Victoria church has had only Iwo IKistor.s in nearly a half century. They were Ihe IJr. .losephus Johnson and Dr. Hudson, both out- -slaiMliiig ministers. PROFESSOR in AcroiiunliiTiil Ilislory: "I'svi any mime Ihe fir.il iieronaniicai Voice from the back of tlie room. eiisciKcment of Mildred "Hy Shaw Nelson, formerly of this city, j eries of nidio lalks over has been received here of sn au WHEN FAST SOUTHERN TRAIN is TCIIII.. Xnv. (INS) persons were kiltrd and lifly injnrrd. jn.iii.v seriously, lijtlay when Ihe Pnncr l.con.; Southern ivaiu. J Mvs. NcUon will tell children's Christmas slories each day. 7ho glories told will be her own and will be told in connection with a, series of daily stories in Uhe rosl-Dispateh. Mis. Nelson conducted dvcn's column oil Hie New MAN RIDING AROUND WITH DEAD MAN IS HELD ON SUSPICION Legion is justifying its existence with a program of good citizenship, with untiring devotion to the care of our disabled comrades and dependent children of veterans, advancing the prin- ciples of Americanism, and giving unselfish service towards the betterment of our city, state and nation. "Our celebration of this Armistice Day, however, would be lo no avail if we do not take advantage of the splendid opportunity it offords, lo pledge anew our allegiance lo flag and counlry, and to reflect upon the duties and obligations which we, as citizens, owe to the nation. Tlie lives, which were snuffed out ifi Ihe blaze of (he World War, will not have been sacrificed in vain if we dedicate our best efforts to the uplift of the nation and lo Ihe preservation of those glorious principles of freedom and democracy for which our comrades died." The most extensive, prohibition raids ever made in Victoria were, stuped Saturday by two Fed. eral enforcement regnhvrly stationed here and eight from Houslon and resulted in tile arrest ol fourleeu pcrsou.s and the de- struction ot considerable whiskey, beer and paraphernalia. Four of the persons under wrest are wo- men. Noui' of Ihe parties arrested was ,'laced in jail because Sheriff Ko- Ijert s. Wcisiger of this county will accept. Federal prisoners lo the small allowance made Monitors of Victoria Post of; American Legion Ob- sorve Day. 6TH ANNUAL BANQUET Ex-Servicemcn of County to Enjoy Feast at Denver Hotel Tonight. As OIL Glitinlli hour of tlie eleventh month o[ Inc. clvcnliryear aiMiroiiihul loil ifter the -sign ing of UK. niniblae concluding the srcitL t war in the historj ot j.tlie woild the members ot Hie Am jcrka-ii Lesion. Leon Xcar J'ost No. lOli, ninrchcd out from Iheir In lit inarleis tiling b ilutis signihin; Llie aiiinoth of this it event From hiidquaiters they v.enl lo Ihe Public Square, and raised Old tin, buglo sounded (.o "cease firing. .Many vitlus were fired, reminded overseas veterans of the days nlun filing tolus on all around them. Tonight at the Denver Holel Ihe' American Legion will hold its siilh consccnllvo annual whicli has lieeome1 a real instilullo.n [he hearts of alt ev-servlce inen f ihis-connty. Most of the business establish- ments of Victoria arc observiiiR the dny as a full holiday. Contrary io the general impression, Armistice Day is not a intlional holiday, uud for Ihal reason the post office ahM other govcrnmenl eslahlishmciils reiiniineii open. PoHlmasler Georgfi Ireliind gave the postal-cmpluyesn half Liolhhiy. .by ordering pbaj office closed at I p. in. DALLAS. Tex., Nov. After driving 2U hlni-ks across Hie town today with (lie Imrty of Kddlc Koy, Jr., 31, -In a seat hcsidc him, w. C. Kerr cliscovtired lii.s friend jvviis dead from injuries received in dill- {an aulomohilo accident. York i Koy. funncr owner of a ot MANY VICTORIANS SEE BAYLOR-TEXAS FOOTBALL BATTLE Victoria News of Long Ago for Uii'ir custody, re Kivcn prelii The defendants ihnuy hearings SUDDENLY ILL, WILl: UNDERGO QPEROT Miss Julia I'arreir was conveyed from her home to Ihe Victoria !los- liii.il in lean's ambulance Sunday alrernoon lo undergo a major ojfcr- i Daily Xew.s tor six prior to i neighborhood lliealres here and lier work in Houston. wliose falher is widely known In theatrical cin-les. .suffered a lirn- ken neck, a fractured skull and OF MISSION VALLEY, DIED THIS MORNING The deail are Kuilinrrr W. Kiscman. Kin'mun l-'red V'ranl an iniidcnllficd mail clerk and Tim cause of the derailment is iinkiinwii. An was tlarlcil by railroad officials. Olto A. Keiuecko. ii-', fanner of Mission Valley, died al his Imme this mornini; at 11 o'clock following a lingering illness. The funeral will be held tomorrow (Tuesday! Kiisl unsettled and afternoon al 3 o'clock, with burial rain in Ihe east portion, somewhat in Ihe Mission Valley Cemetery. WEATHER REPORT liroken arms and ribs ape employee, was picion. Kerr. a held on SMS- KICK AND NKW Prompted by a spirit of enler-1 and so-aliiyvl-alivcnc.ss. Mr. Quito a number of Victorians has conlracted for Ihe were in the Memorial Stadium at I ;l hauilsoiiK! two-slory Anslin Saturday as the llaylor' brick p'isl of- (tears lirtitk-cl Hie I'nivcr.-iity and has already Texas lo a scoreless with Voslmaslcr lie. Tin.' crowd was eslimalcil which provides thai tile low- number somclhlnj; like iii.W. llul (in. for Ihe rainy weather it would! will lie Dr. U'. (J. Thuriitnn. II. er coiiiiucled a grocery have reached thirty Hum- casily I tin- exception of the ifirsl thne of play when exchange of pnnts put Ihe hall Jon the fniir yard line in llaylor' i fei't. and will In Klrcrl. lin.i; will ll.inkin's .rr en I Tliu brick for Hi.' be malinfa' lured al In Irk yards in this today iMiforc II. U'eigand. Uiiil- I Slates commissioner, and re- leased oil bond. All excepi three are charged with Ihe sale and in- loxicalins liqunr and maintainiiiK :v [niiuwlnj; a sudden illnes inifwince. Ail adtlilimial riiarse of JThc will be perfurilicd wan liled against time this afternoon, ller.ium- one. iViother arrested In his anio-' dition remained nnchansed this mobile was held TOL- Iransiiorlalion morning. and invisc.ssic.il and a third was j .Miss Varrell's sister, whom she with possession and uuis- isucccedetl as local agent of the Tex- 'as Coinp.'fiiy, died a leiv weeks ago Several nf ihe enforcement f following an, extended Illness1. liuild- had previnnsly visited Ihe A. Cars tore on lower llonr. was destroyed in Ihe .same fire j premises dust were'raided and at and a niimber of othrr build-! all cscep[ one purchased (inanti- bclwrcn the now [lies of the M.-arch warrants- Mi-fipferl by (ho CKMVII fouiui on luo i i A- S. Levy's store were daue and A. iiKv.1. Cciniiiiuec) on page itvn) MM) IN" A llt'TTOX. nisi relic of Ihc iiy {Jvorco Clutch i.f Columbus. Indiana. Il is a hut- tcni a private nnifovm. Ihe latter p.irl of the war Mr. Clntdl's hrothisr in !au had tin- E. J.ACRMADE VICE-PRESIDENT flf TONQUA SCOUT AREA NONE INJURED WHEN' TRAIN WRECKED IN CALIFORNIA HOLDUP Texas line Nov. lo i-tty. Thn.s Victoria vnshes (o (he slopped every attempt j hunt: From The "Baby" Advo- Ihia iinic ami Jake a small edition cf Ibis paper Tho radio i-pi-ech of I'rcshlenl llnovor tnniphl will draw lo a ohisi- piinird nut of danger. Wilson's Kicking from close malion lite feature of I Kaluiday. January for-jfollowiim nnscllleil tonight and Tuesday fair 1 Hcsides his wife and molhcr. Ihe Itn; almost cnnlinuons cerertimh-s maiioii me in the Advncale i and colder. Is survived by one dauKh- (at ihe lomh of Hie unknown soldier same and probably the score [Hie mornin West Texas fair toiler. Miss Irene: two brolliers and'obseiviiii; Ihe lllli anniversary of lo a tie. His boots always meas- office was Tuesday colder. t five sisters. the World Wav Armistice. (lived ironi forty to fifty yards. .floor of i iMil, Uie destliuliini of The nKicc. by tire early on of Deci'iubcr :M. The located on thrt Irame buihlini; by ini.-fortnne lo be captured by the and d in Llbhy prison. Alter, the IWliiUhtT-'linil lu'cn there some; ('''''t lilllr he to feel II tllackeil Siiiulay. at lluj nual of the Tonnaj Arc-i Hconts of America, of the icre electrd vice presideiil of tip; j persons lo ge Icnimril. with jurisdiction of Snti o.vcecil il'JO. -OS A.NllKUW, Calit., workmen were cifar- thc i-islil-ot-wiiy at Ihc pcdnt. wln-ie a Houlhcin I'aclfic- (rain was wrecked last uislit by a bandit putn. pOHses were wnnrliiK Hi. bills near Sausns. Calif. In an effort lo apprcln-nd the bandits who >tagcd Ihe I rain robbery ami en- danserfd the lives of a hundrerl lo get ICKit thonpht nut lo money, wliiih would .i-nliam-o his Area No. which is mnipvisi'd nf Only une person was seriously primped of rcaeliinii the Unioh Victoria. Calhoun, and jured dcspiln the tad that Ih? en lines .-hi-.uld he succeed in making jliai1 ''''unties. and three nirned OVPI :____ I A full repon nf (his tneditis will land struck the rails loosened by tht (Continued on page {be printed in tomorrow's Advocate.} robbers.   

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