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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 18, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Fitted bR.JACKKAHN Eicluiive Optometriit 60V-JO Welder Pliant 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Tcrnu Phone 159 H. French, Publiiher, IWdLUME yt'tX i i' 32 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA CPU NTYjsSH; SOUTH WCsr Timely Topics SPEECH IS THE INDEX OF VICTORIA Is over ROiiiR (o his blfsser or a better (own II will 0 ticcftuse Ihc citizens of Victoria it ,so. niatlcr how much of our wo llirow lo the, WK cily it r.-ill never do anything contribute (o ilio f Mf That will have lo be Join by the -Citizens of Victoria. vj; If our peoples spend ihcir money of town and patronize tlio mull .business in Yictoria suffer. When Hie busiiies.i of Is on tlio down KtiirJc, 1'. I doesn't tako tons .before tlic entire JiBcoiiimiindy feols it. is our town. Our c our hoin'.'s, our are here and it Is up to us lo 'protect and safeguard these, in every way that we can. If we slip tiff and spend oiir money lii ilio city or with ilie houso. we intiHt concede li- everyone else in the community Hie same 'privilege. If everyone dde.s fl. or even ec-nsfderable of ttnj citizens of (hi- com- sft] inunily semi their money out of f luwii the lowu will be deprived 'of support in Just i ha i measure. Life i  this cily Sunday afternoon ,-n two o'clock. llm-l.il was ni.-irle in the cemetery at Sclirocdcr, OOIiad at four o'clock. Hev. Mar- tin A. Ititzeti, i.iilhei-ivn minister of i this city, officitiied at .Ihe'. house mill Her. K. Howaldt, Schroedcr. Lutheran minister, conducted the I liurinl rile.s. i In nddillon to 'her husband and j three children, Mrs. Schrader is I survived by hw Mr. and Mrs. Augusl of Schroeder. j four brothers nnd (our sister.-.-. .Mr, District Court Convenes Here for Fall Term Jersey Child Slayer Baffles the Authorities With Frozen Stolidity jT P J i I 1 I 1 Srlirailcr Is a kiion-n ijouthcru i TAKING TESTIMONY IN TUNNEY SUIT i W. K. Simmons Twice Con- j victecl and Given 20 Years i at Each Trial. SENTENCES REVER S E 0 AT HOT Transferred from San ___ Patricio.to Fayette County HOT si'itiNos, xov. 'IS.-IIHSJ-J After Second Reversal: Doiiosillons lo he uaeil In Ihe half! u million dollar ulicuiitiun of ntfoe-1 The (rial of K. Simmons is ilnmufie suil brouKht by John Fosarty, .former Et. Worth contractor, ncainst (ioiiu Alice, former' sUilu 'gnme warden on a i-liurfio of murder ii) coniiec Jfon fatal .-ihoolinj; of not claimed by friends heavy weight rlixijs. Hindi Sinner, se! for Ibis t- 'relatives .ami must therefore Ic -Uuried.at public eipense. This includes the bodies of Confederate fOldlera and their widows and bus i-auscd III i.vesenlatlve Jack Kuller lo nimohni'o Mini he will nsrsonally pay thoir funerals to siive Ilic-ir bodies from dlssettlon. The Stats iJojird of Contrnl lins been .Ilio law by providing funds for ..fciirliils or friendless stale THE TEXAS Prison Centrnllra- lion f'ommissiou will make a jorlty minority rejiorts. The majority report will rccum- meiid'ttjc location nf (ho stale pri- Jv wiihlii 20 miles of Austin. of llic minority reports will favor centralization on the Wynne farm ii'Jjiicciif to Huulsvlllc and the other .will suggest the Impcrh-.l j farni as a roniptitration point. The "reports 'iira- to be filed with K Ihe governor within two weeks ami he probably will call llic Lcsisla- .lure lo'mvut in .lannary to consider them. HIS DESIRE for n chew of to- i-.visoil the capture of i.N'cw, former uciTo soldier who par- i In llic riot In Houston In >ll and who .escaped from Ihe :ive ijeint; taken lu-re'.''> Hn> today. Di.ftrk-l Court at u-ill lie postponed on ac count critical Illness of Rob-' ert Hagsiliile of.Sail Antonio, broth- er of j. Kugsdalc of this special counsel for the prosecution. Mr. Itaj-sthile is suffering from ptomaine -Me rallied ut- ter a blod Iranshtstuii l-'riday but his condiiion was reported very low today. Stoner was (he son of Hloner of (bis cily anil at Ihe lime lip was slain WiLf. as fore- man of It. II. Yv'elder's r.-inch in San I'alricio County.. In two trials at .Siitton. Simmons was given I'u HERON BEARING BAND OF U. S. SIJRVEY IS SLAIN BY_ VICTORIAN U. P. cily kiUcd ;i little blue heron t'ort O'Con- nor yq-stonhiy thnt a biwil fvan iho United States Sin'vey on its TJn> haml bore the following iti- ''Xotify liiolosicat j'l'iu's in thu hut earliti vey. H-ashtnston. c. N'o. his case was reversed and re-i a "liln much lo The IlioloKical Survev placesimanded by (he Court of Criminal i 's lo uvc" i..... j thi' electric chair raiber Ilicm im- Only Four Jail Cases Await- ing Investigation by _Jury._ 8 OTHERS UNDER BOND Trial of P. B. Rohideatix, Charged with Murder of Brothers, Set for Third Week. C.ladyK Mae Parks the "woman of slime'" Kliieldini; a Is such bands mi various varieties of Appeals amlu.llien to their mlgratory Iinbits. Mr. Williams sent the band In Inday and exiiects lo leuru as directed some iuier- priso'n a short lime, winj-s sofl plnmase. si: lie was taken Into custody a merchant at lleverly. Mo., i recognized him from news- ;v dfiscrlptlons when he of bldiiifc lo the to- The nesro'H term t-y___ FARMERS are Itnhllim i." amount of cotton of year's crop and are now pin. heavy en Ilnreaii TEXAS estiiii; infornialion about Ibe bird. Herons formerly were killed for their plumage. Doth .Mid little blue herons are quite common aloiiK the Texas t-oartt and are widely distributed lhraUKlim.il Ihu I'niti'd h'tiites and Canada. They hwe a long neck and less, a IOIIR lapcrliiK bill with a sharp point and sharp cuttlnc otne do- velopins special plumes duriiiK the breedins; season. They usually ni'sl In trees. loi I'nyelte County on a change- of1 peril his life is bnl one til Hie mysteries that sitr- THOUSANDS GONTINOE TO THRONG GEMEIERY IN SEARCH OF j rounds fon .111.- children were used for liliicknuill- ini; imrpiwe.s ;iiiil put out of the way afier (lu-y hail outlived their usefulness. Xewsreel smile In (he stories of her friend, Mamie lloisioii, who told how the accused woman used lo stay al her house occasionally and how she The nuthorilies arc amazed at. never failed to sny her prayers be- the inditferenc.e and frozen slolid-. fore retiriuu. She does not inter- ity of the Momte singer. work- ed -in nigbi in Atlantic rupt rccilal of the ride she Cily i took will, ibe c.eisler brolbers lo heri N'iiilonul I'arli. X. .1., and iheir re-- Andrew Ochon of Ilotislon. and other places, and added t activities by playliiK Ihc u( peatrd assurance ibat they be- chnrch socials. She is indifferent believed her .siory that the snit- U> Ihe pleas of her used father, was filled will, borrowed himself held as n material witness, dishes the TOIIIUU wished (o The District Court convened i here, at to o'clock lliis nionifni; Cov [its.fall lorni, .ludse J. 1'oul pre- jslilluir. The Jury was im- i panelled as follows: T. Trftylor, foreman; J. V. Hiiyncs, A. Ohvl, J. K. Caifney, H. lians- child, Henry lioislnn, Kilwin O'old- luan, II. A. ,1. Kimbel. Sam Itnsrbliaiipt and Ii Pit-k- ci'ing. I-'onr prisoners awailini; invesli- Kiidon of their cases by Ihe Gruud Jury were brought before the bar nt the opening session, as follows: Marvin Smitli of Kails. Tex., who escaped from the penitentiary wiiilo serving a term for burglary from U'icliila County, clnvrgeil with Ihrei1 cases of burglary; It. L. llryun of Lake Wales, Fla.. charged with atilo theft and forgery; Thom- McOrew, Tort Uiviv.-a negro, charRed with the hnrglnry of Cll'as. hoir.e al IlloominKton. and 'With b Boods .tolni Adams' dry The Jury also will Invcstf- eight oilier The trial he ALL BRITAIN fiPATU nC CATUCD nc ULHIfl UP rAinLfi Ul HOUSE OF COMMONS by a steady driving rain, nearly Ti.nOO pilsrims loday braved the elemeiils to pray tor aid from their afflictions at Ihe Brave nf Ili'V. Ciitrick ,1. rower in Ilol> Cross Ceinelery. A crowd estiniiileil al Iieiwcen il visited the liny in the hone ot profilliiK by "tulrach' cures" which linndriMls claim have been enacted. J'erth Amboy. N. ,1., bill it is noi yet ascertained how deeply he .is dc.id children wlio unccasiii'-ly re implicaled in the aHeKed slayinu. proaches with li-t-imi' of Ihe two Tim police bis imic motherloss are inclined lo the tlieory that listens with a confcmpimms her to surrender lo the police, ami in Ihe face 'or all other ordeals slaved by Cue police uf Camdcn. X. J. (International Nowsm-l) Victoria News of Long Ago bond VVillet and James Moore of Sica- drift, is sel for the thin! week of court. The case transferred here from Cnllinmi Comity on :i tiaiiKe of vontie. The fnllowiiiR cuntlifi.-ii a.- ball- Ifts: Ihe Cohen. 0. K. Iwilny. Louis Ilonpc. VoRt. A. K. IK-niy Schloin and Lnpc Started in X-Ray Laboratory of University of Cali-' fornia Hospital. ALL PATIENTS RESCUED Hundreds of Bedridden "Pa- tients, Including; Tvyejily Babies, Saved.' Novi 'jives.', of hundreds' of ridden patients. including liHbies. some only a few days old, were endangered loday wlieii 'an' e.xiilusion and'fire wrecked (he x- niy tlie L'nivcrsl.ty 01 CiilKovntii ''ilcsnltnl here. 'i'he occnpanls woro brdiishf. tu sMeiy while firemen rought-lit suf- fumes to ejctiiiguisii 'tliu flames. A short drain, in the eiiiciriciil wit-in? leading (o (lie x-ray appa- ratus is lfcllcve.il 'to have been for.tli-j rife; which cauiseil E, OPPEN Ef IN SANANTO tl'Vom tlic h'iiu Antonio iKiirross of KniKiay, November, 171 I-'uiieriil services for EIIECIIC On- licnheimcr, 12, imiivu San 'Anton- inn, were held here last VTccInesilay .llalibl. Kritsch of -a- native Anioniau and was a member of. tlic Klks. Masons, tlie Alzafav Khi-ini! and 'fl'nai Urilli. The funeral hulriUrom the family residence. "IS (iiiliml Street, and was attentleil by miiiiy friends. Many floivil "orfer- in.e.s were received. He is'.fiirvived hy the" widow, .Mrs. Klsle Oppt-iilieimcr; Apfel Oppenheimi.-r: motluT. Oppeiiheimer.' alf-'of -San AiiHiniu, and a I.ta Oppcnlieimer of N'ew York' 'City. Acltvo pallbearers were: Morris Schurr. .loe Mi-JJ-r rrk-dmati. Sum Stern, Charles (jf- ncr nnd Hlinry lta.be. cnnsi.mimi'iiis with ilicl Coilon j (lie nssoci.iiinii. said upon his- re- j rn lo Dallas from a confti-cnci' th the rYdci-iVl Knrm Hoard at LONDON. Nov. was plunged inio sorrow Inday by the ilealh of its most be- loved patriarch. T. P. O'Conncr. who siicumbcd this nioriilni; to sep- tic puisonlns at Ihe aiti- of si. O'Connor's ib-arly clierisbcd title of "fjltbcr of Mnil.-c nt mons" ili'sccinls (n David JUDGE E. A. BERRY lions toll, farmer chairman of the Stall- Dcnuvcratlr Kxeculive _______ d ex-member of the Suprnni- THIRTY LOSE LIVES j Conn Appeals Commission, h, elalned .-is chief rounvol f John Kratlv rhara MConn A ffiln-cn reta CLEBURNE PASTOR ACCEPTS CALL TO UIPTHDIA I Ulllfl .if with lite muirlor of L-hlia Mish- wre I IN MEXICAN RIVER j MKXICO CITY. Xov. The cuiigroKXticm of tlu> rirst Prcsbyloriau Church of tins citv m-crjoyod Sunday Hcv. 'T. Itivicr.- of CMmrnc an- m.nnml from Ihe pulpit that lKi" cn" lfl XKWSI'AI'KIl COXTUOVKKHY. liuvinj; roliinieeri'il intcrfrn-cuci: in a persnnal mutter in' which he was nol coticerned. atid only to fiir- ry favur with a prent .1 mere piei.- nt loadyism. ilie editor will par.lon u.s- if we rich X refuse in have any further discus- aloiu.. with liim  w.iuM Mn'ii Cniversily and tin- l-nivcrsily of .ieMmy Ik.rdeaux. He is n veteran nf Ilio them it thi.'i- u-ot its way with as V.'orlrl War ami a lender in Hoy few coniiuiiii lions of conscience as SCIMH work. lie jn otn.asc. bcs pavdon Idle Dr. .lolm llhick Kmlson. fnr saylim Ibis much on a sulvjci-l XKCKO KXOlifs TO W. II. "Hill- "ill .'Hid iin.- oti plnpnsc-il lie: to Mexico. Tlicre If quite certain. "Kill' do HK.P.I.IN', Xov. ders iiccinred ilennany unlay as tin-. nation went in the pulls in the jn-ovincial vnA mtmii'i- Twi> Kocialisls rci'WIcil cblliheil lo ilf-iith by ,-i band CiiinmiinUts In and vari- I'lJier .-nt.-u-ks n-porRil. A nuiubt-r of casualties resulted a   bo Hie hirae.'-l and lead VMM- piled by catididiite in Mexic Ihal the mere jlwr hut .'il noon In; was still-llv   

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