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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 12, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                'if 4j Pitied DR. JACK KAHN Exsluiive Oplomelriit 60B-1Q Bldg, Phone 233 -AFTERNOON: EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Termi Phone 169 II. French, Publiiher, FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. Subicription: Per Annurt VOLUME 32 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 12, 1929. NUMBER 79 Timely Topics THE ONLY way In which one human being can properly allempl to Influence linolher is (lie encour- aging him to Hilnk for himself, in- slead of endeavoring to Instill ri'ivly made opinions lute his bend. Leslie Stephen. IT IS Interesting lo nole these days whim, so much attention Is being iKihi lo show and parade and that Ihe two inuri-jagi's liiat liavo occurred In this country during Iho year that miKlit have been staged a most lav- selling were marked wllh pliclty and were singularly fret from anything of tin- speclacnlar Wo refer lo Ihe iinlrriaKCS of Col Clnis. Lindbergh Anne Mor row; and John CoolidtJc and iw'ici) Trumbuil. In both cases th principals were so coimecled finar cially and .otherwise that llie cert monies could have easily bee! made the outstanding socUvl event of the year. Hut instead, good last and good sense prevailed, in hot Instances and the weddings wel quiet, dignified and free, from III commotion uiid excitement an hurrah Unit less discerning last would have permitted, llolh fai ilios posses-1! ideals thai we like U think of as American. VICTORIA EXHIBITS S. A. EXPOSITION FEATURE E. OPPENHElIB OF SAN ANTONIO DIES; MARRIEO_ViGTORlAN Uugene Oppeiilieiiner, 12, member f a prominent San Antonio family, led at Ills home in thai city lasl Ighl after a sliorl Illness. Mr. Oppeiilieiiner is survived by ils wife, formerly Miss Klstc Apfel if tills city, tlie daughior of (lie late Mr. and Mrs. Jake Apfcl, and one II was known here Hull Mr. On- leiihcinitjr was in a serious condi- tion but his death wns wholly unex- pected. Mrs. llliuichc Cohen and Miss Mclidilnc Apfel. sisters of Mrs. Oppeiilieiiner, lefl ibis morning for Hiiu -Antonio iiftor receivinK thu sad news. The lunoral iirrange- menls have not been completed. K Judge, Held for Murder, Says He Recalls Nothing XXX R JE H K Sickness of Comrade Saddens Legion Banquet SOME THINGS in this world have lo be accepted on faith, iViioug lli.eiii is thu statement- llial (.'blue's nielure is on the new DIM bills. A NUMBER of senators heckled Chairman I.IJBS" hu hnart inking why (ho farm problcn lind licit been settled during (In two months. ho had been In office Inasmuch as, the politicians hav been working something like 1 on the project we tliink it n morn tlmn fair llr.U Chainnn be allowed another month t'j effect a solution. Along the Concrete COLLIERS READY TO DEFEND SUIT __ BY R.'B. GREAGER HEARING THIS WEEK Making No Effort to Obtain Bond for Killing Sten- ographer. NO DOUBT abonl cooking was delicious. Hut it may have been our youthful appetites, nv'lier thiiii the iiuality of the food itself. Ihat gave it that suiier-fluv- or all remember. The good looks of those days never had a chance to liny groceries as .modern housewives use. Tlie coffee (in your brcakfa.il n-jai. of Ihe Invif-dozen best- know brands advertised lias a flavor thai you could find only at n few famous restaurants, loriy years ago. The cakes thai mother used to make would have been even lighter, fluffier, if she had modern flour and shortening lo worli wilh. Kvery day Ihe advertising col- umns loll you where to buy how lo use cooking materials that nre betlcr-lasling, purer, more con- veniently put-up limn ever before in history. All Huoiish hiwscUcepini: (hi: rule holds Rood. There are heller tilings nowadays lo eat. lo to .use. Head the adver- tisements and know what litcy ore. Then ask for Ihom by name. UIIOWNHVIU.K, ,'l'ex-. Nov. 12. -An attempt I" snhstanliiite si'is made in rt series of articles which appeared in Colliers Weekly will lie made wlien 11. !i. Craeger's niilllon-ilotlnr lihul suit asainst the lomes to trial in Decem bvr; to Cliwles K. Kuely atorney for the periodical. Tlu magazine arlicles form the basis of llie suit. Kceley said the nuixazine wouh [vankly admit printing the stall, nieiils which Mr. Unvjgcr, llepul licau nsilioiiiil- commitleemai whose, home is here, objected t and that ntlorneys for (he hingi were to so to bat in a effort lo prove them." lie also defendant would iusisl on tri; in Urotvnsville. Owen I1. While, wlio wrote tlie has-been here lor several days with Mr.. Keeley, arranging i Arrested on Scene After Gii't -is-Slabbcd-to Death With Pocket Knife. Tex., .Nov. udge .John former as- islant sl'vite utttirncy general, meed his. cell in Ihu.Travis Uomily ail today, and deiilarcd, he knew mlhing -Miss .ehlla illBhsniHIi, 25-year-old slenogrniiher, for whose dealh lie is held. .So effoii is being made lo olilnlu biinil for him today. lirndy's examininB ti'inl. probably will be llie latter part of (Ills week, counsel for the judge said today, lie is charged with murdering Ihe girl al her hoarding house lien'. She was stabbed lo dcalb willi a large pocket knife. Ilrady was on Ihe scene and was immediately ar- rested for her dealh. FEI5IHEU1 Booth 600 Feel Long Filled bv 324 Members of Boys' Club. BEAUTIFULLY ARRANGED Victoria Women's, Girls' and Farmers' Clubs Score Hit. Tlie articles dealt Comity political ilt AUSTIN; Nov. Archer ounly attorney, indicated that tin pal- situation und to'nched on llie roiiago sysivm in Texas. FALL CONVICTED BY JURY BULLDOZING IS QTATFMFNT (IF 51 AlullLlll UT slate would oppose all efforts to procure bail tor judge John Ilrady '511, chared with murder in lk  County in the San Antonio lion, now In must hare made a splendid impression judging from tlie fine account ot Ihem in Monday's Uxprcss. as folloKs: Thu Victoria Floys' Agricultural Chili is one of the most iniprenslvo tlni whole show. Tha hoolh, feet long was filled bj .jit bojb wlio liave.nnvh: 115 distinct, dem- onstrations. In these Uiey MI cd tno bales of cotton on one acre, 83 bushels and 12 pounds of torn; 11 of red-top caiic. to liw-hcls of smiill srain, 212 bubhels ot lietatiics and f22U'.5U worth ot wa.- leniicrfins. hi tile center of the .buulh.'is ,ai I.OHB .Star mflde of cotton, jilectrl cally liglitcd in red, ainl yellow. Products include coU ion, corn, groin' aorghnmS, corn, cnsliaws, Irish swcot polafoes. Bpiinlbh and Giant, .icaiiiils, cilrns, comtin.ita A'nl otlv er varieties oC the "iiual." Tlie club, started in I'J'-ti wltti 55 inembej's, has made lliree edu cationai tour's nt 501) miles or more cadi, carryiiiB then own mander, addressed the following telegram lo him: 'As your buddies und nnfaltcr-i roods, mid holds llie sUttc cliam- ing [licmU asscinhlc arnuad the (able hcfjiiiniiiK the sixlli iiii American LeKlou Post bamiuet, we Ihe slate would ask the j salary. Messrs. John A. i dentil penalty, lie pointed on( I und II. A. Carsner were llhat Henry II. IlrooUs. Jr., district j ileacons. the pastor's sal- Kl. I'ASO. Nov. attorney., would direct the prosecii Tall a oonviclion of bribery was itronks hud nolhins to say nbont thrown Ihe further thaii exydiiinins that ary was aiijjmeiiled by a liandsome in wliicli Iliere n pleasur- I Ing p methods of Ibvce winners ot Kns hamllilig the prelim his trial jury wlio forced Ihe others j tor the .prosecution. state's attorneys will Sam Dick- ens, attorney for Judge Ilrady, had nnanimfly. TliC deacons will join them in findim; him Kiiilly. Mrs. Fall declared here today. Khe lialt to pay our personal respects j t.) you and wish for yon the real; wish that lies nearest to the heart for per cent complete demonstration work oitr .1 of three ycare. to the C'.alveston pickl- j KT. WOUTH, Nov. ng- works by the carload and get dene Tuniiey, retired heavy weight k ceuls a biishel for Iliem: melons i champion, and John S. Kogarly, Kl. vill net me len cents apiece. What I Worth business man, squared oft; leller a crop would von want i today in court for a bailie over a i Sorry I an, not with you kul' The few bales of cotton I I half million dollar purse. The lines, entitled. A shall raise will not cnt much of a Tiinuey was not present hot his Comrade is were recited Tin- following reply read: "Hest regards to all niembevs. shall raise will 1101 cm mucn 01 u figure with me and I can sell them i attorneys were when .Inrtso Kent's by the nr bold Ihem. just as I lik is my lickel for and 1 believe it is a The Advo- cate, of February ISyi. OUR DAILY publishes pictures ot tlio Nebraska couple who nl- traclcd attention when the hus- band killed llic. wife for refusing lo kiss him. There are two things in (ho insij that wo don't nmlcr- s-.tiiml. A tier seeing (he pic-lure of the woman, we don't understand why the man wauled lo kiss her and then looking ;v( Iho man we i si n't understand how he would Ikinh any woman would want I kiss. him. THE WOMEN folks are rcbi'l- ling against Ihr return of the len- gllic-nrd skirl.' It. was easy to shorten the long skirt when the siyhs i-hauscd from long to shorl. but Ihe present change presents SHIUO difficulties. Tlie women folk, they fron'l go back to long sl.irts. but when fashion cracks whip ihcrc Is no argument. INSURANCE en d cnl isiispicionslyi "How did your bus- IKIIII! happen lo die so soon after ..........nccrt for appealing ilBrecd on a date for the case to llic Circuit Court (if Appeals. y. Tunucliill, jus- in Washington. Mrs. Kali declared she and her i Imsliand had proof Ihat his comic- lion was brought abonl by three iicmbcrs of llie jury who persuad- ed the others to agree with Ihem and periiiilnate what sho said was 'an appalling injustice." mm WON'T win MURDERS who l-'ogarly alleges alienated llie i affections of Ills wife, Mrs.. criiu! King Kogarty. Tlie former imsliaiid alleges Tim-1 A ticy and Mrs.' Fngarty lived places during year the clubs, aided by Girls' i-Il Clubs, conducted fhfetr shorl course, and won 50 of all buddies, one for the other." ,ho jltori.i District Kair. The girls' ckibb hiie eight (locals and 110 members linvlnates ot Iho club work form Ihem.iplves inlo an X-1-H Club, and has a membership ot 17. Ils ulti- mate aim Is l-II training fortijvcry rural hoy and sirl of the coimly. The men of Victoria County are also wide jiidguig tlio r'armer's Luncheon Club, which meets twice a month. H has (os- lercd a home orchard plan which has liroughl fruit trcea lo 95 per eoninmnder: opened Fosarly's snil Tonight a comrade is missing, against Hie former prize lighter, j man Ihat is dear lo our hearts; A friend tins! we all love, re true is missing. past ioinmander of our Tost. coiniiiilU-eman of our ath J) Iricl. cent ot thu country homes leudi-r of the Legion of our great; The poultry and educational REWARD IN TRAIN HOLDUP SPURS SEARCH FOR BANDITS tici: of the peace, said Hint every- thing in his (Oiirt wimld he pnshcd aside for Ihe examliiing Irial when the allorucys were ready to hold it. The slnte asked Ihat the e.vamiii- iiif; trial postponi'd until the re- Uirn of Mr. ;vnl Mrs. II. K. Wil- liams, who live al the rooming liouse where Ihe homicide occur- installed The Mr. .1. M. llrownson has received nr ITIIU HALT ntl banqint we pray thai onr There arc olher S.IK vi 11 ni- I II v nankins will' as farmers receiving- Sl( .scpli missing." Itobcrls liv.-iT'l 11: and the; cnlire structure will be of jliiihy nmrdurcss. polislicd Tlio Adv cate of February 0 V I.OS Nov. Spurred by a reward, Iho authorities loday arc. making an In- tensive search for Ihe Iwo bamlllss who wrecked a Southern Pacific passenger train near Saugns Snn- jday and robbed the of ipproximatcly Nine snsnccis wen (Colilinued un page Iwo) BAY CTTYWlS KILLED BY FRIEND WHILE OUT HUNTING The woman Insists she "ai cidi-nl- i nlly" beat fcmr-year-old Durolby Itogcrs mill that Tim l.OXC AND KIIOItT IT. jolliy. I he cliild's lirolhcr. died fall Tlicte hasn't hccn a full hoard ill j inj) downsliiirs. attrmlaiici! al a Clly Council mccl- m the his! six inmMHK Very impoilanl arc tak and disposed of by four of ns DM CO [I MMf fl UHLV.O UlllllUU ,11 up and disposed of by ton, of; ,jj pnilllTY Tfl WnU 1, Iho ci-lit Mdermcu. This Is nol UUUll I I 1U llUV. It UST YEAR insured for a Urge Widow. "He worked himself to Ic-alh trying to pay the premiums.' u-rcst lnt released. The hi Ancles should in- rciiuircd to furnish n good and sut.fictcnl excuse every time he abscnls himself from al meeting of the hoard. When pco- j The rc.Vnt Rovcrnnn-nt pit! vied aldermen (licy expect j shows thai liali-s col Ion Ihom toollcnd Hit- nu-olings of trirjlhe Kinn.-d in Vhv conncil. Isn't thai the long and [lorla County prior Nnvi-mlicr I. _........... jshmt of Tin- Advocale Us unnpan-d willi 2U.S21I lulcs for plirod undcr'niy'i-aviy Monday morning. Kebruary 2ft, IS92. (the same period of last year. Italy. Nov. liiMspaiu'i- IVIil Niiois loday n [porlcil sravi- disordrrs in six to i of N'nillicrn llsily. Thf ilisoidci'.s. Icud'-ilng "ii I of revolt. IlilVi' l-xlsli'd fl jpeiind of ninii ihty-', uccovlins I [the1 newspaper. A! Snlllions iinti I'HM nil; porlcd to have kllh-il ihe govern all Tascisls from Ihc i in'l buriic'.! the icgimciilal I ur. wo evere ic nvocao, [prayi-d for Ihe vei-mory of Dr. Hop- j men of the county alsu have 1( Continued on page iwo) _ i clubs till members. DAY (MTV, Nov. II. Mar-' tin. K. accidentally killed by his companion. Duck Jlaylock.. while shoollns! ducks at a pnniul ivbont cishl miles southeast of Hay tin and illaylock were automobile, I mechanics at Anderson The pair, believed to be members uf organized liain robbers' are though to have, fled here In an loinnMlo after Ihe spectacular j but nnroininifrativt1 holdup. KAIIM KOH issa. Said a prominent farmer The WEATHER REPORT 1STORMINENGUND KILLS SEVEN AND MB WHEN AUTO "I DAMAGES SHIPPING HITS STREET CAR PARALYSIS FATAL LONDON'. Nov. I.'. were known n ho dead loday as n iesi.il! nf icr Ific gules which lashed Mu- sniiih I'T. WORTH, Nov. Wiiliniii'McCain. M. arid hei sn.ycar-old father. .1. W. Warren wric family injured loday whei f Mrs. ed in ihe San An- WOM coast of Kuglaml. pl.iviuc Iheir anloinobilc. driven by Mrs wilh shipping and c.iusing McCain, i-rashed inlo a street ca widespread damage. slmi' intersection. Numerous channel craft IV'th .lied'shortly atlcr belu; .rage i" i'i" ;t lasl niglii Jlwdly battered in the siunn, tak.-n u. .1 hospital. wel pavt Martin is survived by His wife.; Advocate the other day: Alttlie T-Tnltv Mir in of par, Itattal was made this all day ycsu-rday i which caused the anlomohtl announced. a few acres. 1 ;nn going lo i near freezing tonight. jni AII.IIIU.I. i   

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