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   Advocate (Newspaper) - November 20, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Fitted OR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist Bldg. Phone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION.- FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Timely Topics _F1RST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY. SECOND. V1CTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY Subscription: ?6.00 Per Annum NEVER LEAVE THAT UNTIL TQMonnow WHICH you CAN! DO PRESIDENT HOOVER'S Arm Isilro itddrt-M.f has ex- tremely well rei-clvi'd in this conn-iw Iry. where hl-s suxKcr.Uun Ural ships be accorded imjiumiiy in times of war seems to be In keep- wlih the modern ireml tu make wrvr less brutal. What will happen lo Idea thsi nations of Ihp wiirld Bin loj'i'i'iKh tlieir oivu In-j i e res is another matter, bill Hi evidences ,-iRnin (hat this country' VICTORIA INCLUDED vi. L c T T. A IN AIRWAY COURSE Highway Association Meeting Put Off FOR NIGHT FLYING x x WASIIhVUTO.V, "u-i'lans ,r MW I., j by jj Hit slum declaration for naval department of eom- enualily, coui'leJ with iho In Its animal report lo (ice- lo reduce to any extent of Commerce Uinmil Tues- (illiersi accent, again evidences the day. IKVClfk spirit o( our KOvenimeiU.j Two of ihem. Uiai from Allju- wlilcli, in this, it.-; Deu-jerque to Wichita, utitl from At- Grand Jury May Investigate lynching of Bandit pie's Innermost desires. tu Xew Orleans, are com- iplotions. A PHARMACIST who died laslf The new ivork lo be undertaken week In lite eastern part of the iiiclmles from Port Worth and Dal-, (Jnilod stales disinherited bu five children, and don'l blame him. In Ills will he staled tliat for Ihe past, thirty year? (hey had taken no inicrc.il iu iijm. We don't blame the old inun in tile Inast. How any family circle can drift so far apart is boyoiiu Vei il happens, many of us Ijelng wise enough (o assess (lie blame. Perhaps the fault is on both sides. even sn. chil- ilron irho desert (lieir parents do not deserve tn share their cslaies. WE HAVE lo dp our hats to (be employees Or the Union Industrial of flint, Iticli.. who, accord- ing to press dispalches, gol away with die bluest embezzlement in Ihe htslofy of American banking. What they disposed of totalled We. lake hi the action of president diaries a. Moll, who wenl down inlo his to the sum of whicli he placed i" Iho hank- as a "Kiiaranlei! Ills markabte as .the Ihefi of tl but for an entirely cut reason. 'us Or- Ivl I'asn lo and tu Louisville'. from to SI. Louis; from .Han from I.os A San to Foil Worth and jlas: from San Antonio lo Houston; Kl J'aiio lo I'ueblo, and from Kuri Worth lo Pneblo. This is separate from Ihu pro- Si-am nmler way, part of which has already been vompleled, and all of which will be completed before 3D, next. This present pro- iji'aiii includes lightiiiK I lie airways from' Hrmvnsvilie to Orleans via Houston; from llrowusvilli! to I-'ort Wcjith; from GalveKton to Houston, anil from Worth io ViGTORIA COUPLE WILL MARRY TODAY IN WE BELIEVE that most uf the citizens of Victoria County are fa- miliar will, iho work of'the JJed Cross, whh-h is now askins our citi- zi'iiK lo enroll as members for Ihe co in tag year. 'I'he American Ked Cross Is char- U'red by Congress fur a specific purpose, its chief cnneprn beins to lake care the Kdhlier.-; and sail- ors in tlu_- Mci-virj. nr tn ill.' el U- I 11) llcu.. -I. Klstner. .Jr.. and .Mis; ____ Jlnili'lyn Schaefer ibis eiiy will reived a letephoiK lie qiiii'tly married in San Antonio 11. C. Meyer of Itockdaio, livt' "l'l'H'k this afternoon by of the-.issot-iaiion. sluliiiK thai the I llev. 11. Keeiiey. ailminislraior of mt-eliiis had been indefinitely post-. 1 .St. Anne's Church, al liie minister's poned. residence. i Mr. l-llstner is a prominent yonny WL-alber wa; of ibis cily. being the junior member of ilm well known dniK firm of Lawrence ami Klstner. lie is the son of .Mr. ami Carl J. Klstnnr. of Hiilletlsvilb' ami Victoria Delegation Gets Word Just Before Leav- ing for Waco. WILL Purpose is Appointment of Committee to go Before Highway Board. -lusi as a delegation of Viclorians headed by County Judge Wood- house and Alannner A. of the Chamber of Commerce were pvcparius to leave for Wato Ibis aftfinoon to a "meeting1' "f (he Xortli and South Highway As- sueiation for Ihere ThnrsCiai- afleruomi. Jmlire WoDilhon.-je re- fi-om Mover rteclared cuhl and disatfrci.-aMe in Central Texas at this time ntid oa that aircuhiit'. lin hail rerciveil nnmy requests for the jKnnpone- inent of Die mcL-lins I'ruin iminly ifficiiils and ollinrs who desired Men, Women and Girls Infur- iated Over Attack on Officer. HANGED OJTSTR EET Dragged Naked from Cell and Strung Up Twice When First Rope Broke. I Tex., Xov. (icoriiu Uuvenport of j the Oislrlcl Cowl, intimated, he would .-all a special session of Hie jpniml Jury lo iuv.eH.feuo. the lynch- inft Tuesday nicht'of Mfnsbiill :.Uf'. Cisco Sanla Clans bank tjrindit, who aitemiHed a j'ail break early Tuesday, woiimlini; Of- fleer Tom .lones. Stripped of his elolbiuir. llatiirt was lynched by a band of men In the streets' of Knstlnnil. Ha.lliff. conrictcil of the roliliery ut Ihe Cisco bank and seuieuccil io die, had been returned bore Victoria News of Long Ago 1 GOES TO AUSTIN FOR he renmiiied molinaless in his cell, convinciii" lu, lii'lplcss. The rH! door was left Arrested at Cuero on Com- plaint of Department of Justice Agent. jBOND FIXED AT 'For Last Six Months Thos. W. Rich Has Been Drill-." ing WelMJear Cuero. Thomas 411. plcaitcd.iiot (fiillly to a of ihe Kinlls to defraud, before United Slates Commissioner H. Wei- sand here (hi.s morning and cnmitiiltcd tu the county 'jail in fault of bond set by tin, commissioner. Ilk-It was arresled iu Cnnro Tiies- day by Deputy United Slates Mar- shal Gcrrard on a eomplaim filed in the Kedcral Court the day lie- fore by E. II. Parker, special agent of the Department of Justice. The complaint alleges that Kich and others associated with htm Ih the management of a-Florida cor- lioralioti from October 2S, 1523. to June 1. wero. indicted by Uii.-. Federal Grand Jury ai Mia'iiii in .connijctfon wlih fra'.nlnlet mail believed Ib concern real estate operations. The defendant' admiiicil be had liiM-n an officer in the corporalinu but -slated he had not been in the management of its'affairs diirini; Ihe lime it Is aliened ibe of- I'ense was committed. Itich and a number of associates ave drilling :ati oil test well miles beyond Cncro near the kuni highway, ami with his wifi: and has been liij home at for the pasl sis months. 1: is o.vper.leil ross deserve every one of as. nf In servniK as a vehii le ?ler relief, taking charp of ,m t-ii 10 It? Hti i L Ili riln con vi iici ine riiteiv h v ims ucen native nf l.avaca County, lie came iii'.etid bul would be nnahle lo do w "wu IV" Tlu. makiim.-hiij home at fnero for the lo Vletoiin from Ilalleltsville seven so under such nnfnvnrablc comli- U Al. HKIlli. iuK lo the benefits In- will realize Dj JIVCO! CC C D Al Tuc-idai- and be stole'-i "a "Jlsl sis H c.vper.leil years anil .by his fine worth lions. Mr. Meyer said due notice Haplist: and a fund will accrue n, insure ihe L H AL and allemp-od to hi v i' !lh'''1 Jlc >vf" sh'c 1'-011" and spleii.lid ability has allained of the new dale of the mcelim; from overflows and redeem; 'freedom bcin- frnsli-u "''live lo cvec.nte U i AQT MIPUT M V ICniPI ITHDr Ul Mate, Ua.liff nud NlUlt I 11 it. I, U was bis desire Is ui hiilil it ibis week, in imlcr lhat a j aliniclive yoniii; of coimnilee could be appdiuied to C (bis appear before (he Hlule ilishway (be Piesbyteriiin Clnirch. tilled tin. Jailer's uppniiiimenl in this city and delivered an in- lands in the country and not infer- ior'lo Ibe most productive in Ihe haii, pastor of SI. .Mary's Ciilluilic lii'inliiuiv of every cenl Vonlribnt hy ihf Itcd Cross jnsliik-s its Of i-'iarsv, (here will ho criticism. This is inevitable in every phase of human activity, but nevi-rllu- il is. we. belif-ve. our common duly to (hn organization to the e.vtenV of a menihership. whirh only co.sis-os om- dollar for a whole year. AFTER THE SERMON above I feri'rd to Ihe conversaiioii Ilic bclliakcrs wonbl run about like I Mils: "Didn't b-> -ive it io Yin.! mi-ailing other fellow. j ____-yt___ -sj A PREACHER in a small lowu thaf he; would lake for his te characier. Atr. and Mrs. Sehacfer after a for rtis-jviiiit 11r- Klstner's brnlber. Wil- Mlstuer. in llallas will visi jl.'arlsliad, X. .M.. and return lo Vic-i 'loria by (he way nf (lie Hio Cramta Valley. 'I'lu-y will make Ibeir home in a bi'aiuilul new cottage Mr. lias provided a mile of i on the Itloonvin'-iloii road. i Tb-1 ciniplc jiuiviitiycd to San lonfo lo pin m.-iiricd because of the wai-rn fnciidship thai exisls be- tween Mr. Klslin-r mid llev. Vather l-'cciicy. formerly assisianl pastor of Kl. .M.-n-yV Clnirch here, who liimnl il imnossiblc u. ciinie tn Vic- [loria lo porfoi-m the ceremony. I .'regular monthly mceiin.i: next week. r s" A per- Ihis ciiy.-From Oclobrr a. 1SS9. DRY LAW STRUGGLE Al.ll.V.VV, X. V., Nov. t'niliibition is expected to play an role in the 1MO Xew York state l.e.nislalnre. An effort will be made by (he dvys. headed by Assemblyman Kil- liimnl .liinks, whil pntdican from uroom slale wide enforcement nHv.snrc. j (iaiiis made by Ibc- Democvals in jAS.-enibly seats ill Ibe recunl elec- jtinn means dig defeat of all pruhi- ibition al Ibe ssioii. In For years dcys lime il been able lo (orc.e their en- lilVKIl HAFT. Xow inn ihmv has bcc-n a inecl- of iluise interested in .re- Hlpvat nf Ihe nr cnttini; ehaiinel around it; the ball is prac- iically in'motion. The pruceed- itiKs nf Ihe incelini; appear else- where in c.in- coinnius ibis week, and while UIITC should ii.-jvo been a iiuinlu-i- Jiupi' iilary (o (his city. The moiiou. Let ii Advocalc of Odober r.. I ui> iniongnoui slate, wliu.su j iov lliiillff nnd buins refused over- .death orcnmid'Tuesday afternoon. pnwercd jailer, irjuk tin- kr-ys The funeral will be held ltn'KSi-d llu.. huni'lii from his -day al'lcriionn. .Indse lilakeslee Ibe falbej- of William [cell naked. Id. was si li'leplloni? by 'aflcr I fie first nipe up to KAN t-'KAXCIsiCO. Nov. -The ruins of a three-story hnild- ins in Iho i-uninu-rt-iiil district an- being searched today m determine CALIFORNIA CANS SOUP OF ARTICHOKE SANTA IIOSA. Calif.. Xov. ni ..npinely by and wail hain-d Jit-. deeply intercsied seiial.irial of Ihe o .1 lvm call will make amends for their wild summoni'im of (lie beads joiuim; heartily in Xew York. I'liicauo :im! Xew movement. M, ih.....i! will pull in-j Orleans cntion Kschanves and Die harmoniously loukins to ihe i present ami fonncr cbid's of Din siva; of Te.xiiic tnstiiuie. ihe Tiuve is now nn ex- teniaiively i use for no litue for luday. clnsi: invrl er t niYFTfiM FYPHAWfiF y It I I .1. KL. i in in iii in r nj ,i tii icif. mi i .in.: Illnkesli-e of Aiisliu. who sent a'afll'i' first j being searched today m detcrnum: Tfl -MonsiHiu.r Hheehan ap-j s-'iven a clnmcc of two men trapped on, the LrlUO I U L.U [I 1 prisini; him; of his father's ilealh. I Ullk llllt mi'mhled Only a few in- "1'Por floor when flames swcpi the 1M IllUrOTIO ITIrtll I audible words. sirnciiire willi ;1 IN 1ST DOCTOR u fu" Dll flT rlLU wAs.nN.iTON. "What; HNS) i.llance. liolihle wllh all I ii the many bellia A foiv loii.-riiniidiiK kit kfi-s sor.d for a IOVMI. Imt knn. bit on ntv b ,-lm board, ail in   pi-eneher slwnlil' ailielmKe to allei advertised is lie had in inns. I, chased a number of hollies ,.ure.j crown i-omnientally Koiie and h- inien.li ,1 lo I'niied slates. The pivs, lioimlry. I.OX11OX. Xnv. ,INS) victory for ihe iu the civil war r.mini: in China lion flfjw-as repoiled in a Shanghai ilis- er d, Times loilay. in Ihi-j iVi-sidenl Kai Shek, le.ul- il crop en Xalioaalisl ef Le L'II.II chilli soldiers, llif. mes! 1-1 umenl.' UK Isiionrii sli-ike. for ihe imitcd ci'i'oit done iind don.. i ;i few besiliitc I.I ness lail n, I, "ivn inli'ieslv an dilms ilisi lib, ral nnd ihe ir.iu BIIIIV cold. I lie eppevniniiy i. and Ihe ili'i s a 
                            

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