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   Advocate (Newspaper) - December 4, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Eyw Filled JACK KAHN Optometrist 6W-10 Welder 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 FIRST. VICTORIA AND Timely Topics YOU BETTER live your Iwsl and act your hesl and think your bos', tixjuiy; for today is Ihe sure pre- parntton (or tomorrow and all the j oilier tomorrows follow.- Ihirrlot M million ti. AN ILLUSTRATION of how i warslilp can he of ..service under peculiar circuriwtrtm.'cs Is ihc pro- pltui to have tiic airship cat', rior Lexington furnish tislus for the cltie.i of Taconia and Seattle. A ilrouglh In tills section of the country made the water these cities depended upon weaken 'and inasmuch as the Kiiuit war- ships contained horse pow- er Die proposal was made that -linos bo run from (he warship lo Hie land so tluit Ihc electricity gen- crated could ibf.-ie-i'itic.s. we. do not know whether or not this proposal ever tar- ried out, or, in fact, whether tip.' need ever became serious, com- petent engineers said that It was perfectly feasible. THE FEDERAL (Jovernmcm lv.v> ..instituted several actions against 'some of UK- larger film corpora- lions in an efroi-1 lo break ui> an -iivllescil trust which said tu con- Irol of iho nation's lion picture industry. -Objection Is made to the control r.t the Klr.il National Corporation by Warner Itrollicrs inasmuch as lliis will eliminate a strong com- pelltor from tlie motion picturo field. Purchase of First National the Warner interests it atlaeked and federal ivllorueys are Oceklni; lo make the latter com- pany dispose of Us interests in the former. it. -Another suit is asaiiiiil. Ihe Wtl- l.'a'm Fuji organization which re- cently secured control of the. Mctra-noldwyn-.Mayer t: o in p any, which transaction also liad tin: ef- fect of removiiiK a strong compe- titor from the field. The govern- ment, apparently, thinks that tin: merger of these film producers win be against Hie ptiWic interesl. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY Subtcriplion: Per Annum RUSSIA NUMBER 98 CONGRESS RUSHING PASSAGE OF BILL TO REDUCE TAXES1 ft K Women Burned in Main Street Store Blaze j W M w W if Questions About Disposal of Bodies Stopped A js. WASHINGTON. Dec. I. CoiiBtx-ss threw its IcKi.slalivc machinery into hiRli speed to furn- ish n present to the American people in Ihe form of a inconu- las rednctiim resolution. The tax measure started its; journey when L'uder Secretary of the Treasury Ogden L, Mills was called boi'oi'c the Ways and Moans Committee lo give assurance that! the Treasury Department would stand for the cm. After a two-hour session 'the] committee voted the bill out favor- j ably and it will come up tomorrow j on the floor. Never-before lias! .such speed been displayed on a measure of such prominence as the j committee .showed in eonsiderinr; LOIMS Jarillkc'S Dry GOOdS! of tax Of Bad legislation on the third day of BI3Z8. new session was almost nnprece- dented. House leaders .set their OWNER AWAY FROM CITY j Koal for passage of tlie resoliiliou i !f i June n at tfou c.aPe from Store by Break- ami n, .Wiis ing Plate Glass Window. .sured the coininittee (he treasury eau .stand Ihe slash, for .Secretary uf the Treasury Mellon. The President's Message TWO DAYS OFF UNTIL "TWO WEEKS OFF" IS! r I Hie TO BE "Two Weeks Off 'just two There i.s not much ijiie.siion o; w., ,.i ihu fael that Ihe motion picture in-I'lays off that's too far off for .......tin- hundreds of Victorians who eascrly await the curtain rise thai will get under way the third play Produced Theatre dustry has been prulty well "tied up" during recent years, not only I'f tlie control of the producini; companies passing into the hands few hut by methods distributins pictures thai itnlepeudent operator has been steadily from the mo- tion picture industry. Itlock book- inps. boards of ari.'ilralion cstab- lished by the picture proil'.iceri, and other of control, have I KaUiorini; r.'ioni resnlaleil the picture htisi- ness so that the small operator M-.us been at the inen-y of ihe prn- diu'ors, -----T----- by Die Victoria l.ittle .Mrs. Jariuki.'s was severely burned about the face and had her h.ind.-f badly cut her sistor-iu- l.'iv. Mrs. Hae Hamll of Chicago. I was more seriously "burned abqtH i j the' face -mil- arms in an-'explosiou I i fjvc of. undetermined orisiu in! Javlnkcs dry Bends on Scull! Main street at (iM5 o'clock last eveuin.n. The Jarinkes ma Iheir home at the Snnla RUSH i Apartments. The store closed for the day I and the womeirwere iu the where one oi them was ironing a; uaist with an electric iron when i the explosion occurred. The women were, unable to open cither tin.' j rear or front door and effect' Sharp Note Dispatched to Secretary of State Stimson. STIMSON ASTONISHED Ricja Report Says Chinese- Russian Delegates Have Reached Agreement. Objection of District ney Renewed and Fully Sustained. i (lovermnent made no effort to hid.- 'ho fact that it considered "the re- i 2 MORE JURORS SECURED from suues o _ _ :'s olilluad'ons under Seven Chosen for Trial of P. j F. RoblfjOlIX by 3 P. dispatched io the United Stales M. Today. jihrouRli the French ambassador. -------_ jthe Soviet press backed up the Two more jurors bad been se. "'rnnieiil in declariuc; that the cured in the Robidoux case by I States had taken unwar- three o'clock this afternoon after I mnlaa action in aUcmptini; to put the examination of eiaht nun anil-war pati; jusi when peace negotiations between Russia and the Chinese at Khabarovsk; had 'reached a Islaee ol virtual settlemeni. STIMSON ASTONISHED: WASHINGTON. Dec. Aslmiishmonl mingled with some i resentment marked Hie Stale I partition's refusal of Moscow press dispatches crtntaiiiiniz The play. "Two Weeks Off." i.- .1 comedy of the vivi-.j tlu'ir Mrs. .Jarinkes broke a cty that has kept crowds in a con. "lass window with liniial uproar of laiiKhler in her hands, iarscr cities nf the country and ii Tlle 'SIOI'I; damaged by Victoria News of Long Ago AHOIIT TOVVX. was Slindav Mrs. n. -V. people appeared un the i.i'Kvi in me country and it .MKI jus. K. few people appeared un the slivCK ivill do the ?ame for the capacity tilc Iniildins i: have been confined to their home i except on their way to and from CRIMINALS TAKE J3tlil.tXW.rtOt) i a year from (lie American people, j r.ctxmlfriR lo linsseli A. vice I president of Hie .Valional surely' IIIK an animal toll of Korscry and fraud are esi Kalherini; is expected here Fri day niiilii at the llausehtld Opera House. The two hits ni Players. "Safety Kirst" and "Apple lilosson'. Time." were ihe niosi sne- talent organization and were sivon three months apart. ni' the two past plays received un- usual lommcii'laliou and Ihe fact The is covered from illness last and lliis week, j religions services Mr. form-' Mr, Kred Wasner, a Victoria buy. j eriy of Tyler, established the store j who. .Inly, and the hnililini; was erected for hiin by the J. llosullo esiate. ile i? absent iu c'hicano. wee! the second venire. were C. Massey and J. L.'Kovar, making seven in all. the .five selected yes- jterday were Otto Hanselmann, j John Earbock, T. E.. Jordan, Lao1 Marek and D. E. Raven, all farmers; 1 except Zarbock. who is a city em-! ployc. Following niinotes of argu- ment tbis afternoon. Jndpc J. p. Pool sustained the objection of the i I slate to the defense Jluxill> I prospective jurors in any form !l" "10 Powers, particularly tii.Seen- i about the disposal of the bodies nf'u'ry s'ale Stimson. for "meddl j the slain men. Tbis question "ltY Sili-niis.'iiiii) dispute. i tered into the ex.irnmation of the! StiniKuii deferred ftninai com- Jurors secured yesterday, when "tent llnltl receipt of file Mo; Judge Pool made a partial ruling lie assumed wa? beint i in favor of tlie state and District' IransmllK d (hroiiirh France. i Attorney J. V. Vanrfcnbercjc, withdrew .ill objections. This': AGREEMENT REACHED. moriiing. however, the district at-' HfGA.. Doc. 'orney renev.'ed his objection. cive.s of Km JJukdi.n and Soviei CHK'ACO. Dec. of Coveriiments tor th, Ihe foremost fruits I'resident MORNING SESSION. settlement of the Sin-ltas.sian con INSOLL INTERESTS TO SPEND MIUIONS THIS MORNING'S FIRE. The home of Alice licsi'ess, who resides at iMri __, l.'epot Street, was sightly damaged fin- o'clock tliis mnrn- riiads. espei-ially that bclw hers nt Friday night's show will Ije the roof siirHniiidiiiir th-.-1 :'nd the iKiil.eil. .iu.-lice Amery assein A utiit-k response by ihe Victoria bled and presided over a roinnmn tin here even heller will considerablt, l'lltllil' to the already pot.nlar "Two wiih infciiii; I v.'erKs Off" CIIIH- amount each year. Vvhoii you lit" these ihu cniire cily lias been eliosen [ovj cold type (hey scetn large but play and ;Jso the specialty i 1 1 I'ite Department kepi the. I'li'in K.'iiniiiK any headway. fisil lo (oiteh tlie averace pevson when you th; financial loss into homes wrei businesses svvi.pt ;yway. u-itlow- and children sntferinu and in wan! lie.' crimes tal.e on an elllirely dil-i (ereni aspm, Two renu.dies lln-ni-j selves. The first relates ID Hi 1 i apprehension and iniiiishnieni the and lln. in Itu .eiliicalimi of   falvey.j f'lrnier direclor of the Austin i.it- tie Theaiiv. is ,liari.'e of the' j local play sives addr.l the event. Tln-aii-e-miers who "evasion and are 1'i-arfiil of an im-j p. ndin- wave need have no I ii has been atiiiount-il the 01 for th !OREGON HENS MAKE l EGB LAYING-RECORD t.'lab that Amerieai-'., "clock this morninc, but mm- sinr.i n abandon is i ream of eel-' 1 was _ in .toes) iiiiirki.: speoilaticui and snbsiilule! WHEN BRITISH SHIP GROUNDS OFFSiMOi v.'its iirescnt. George w.w bc-ld down j to tolil fads, hut his versions were ieutly inti're.-tini; to keep the sraits in a mood oven In the nmnn-ni of -STOHK.s. Conn. Tl'Tl'tl.I.A. Samoa. Dee. ;INS) Klevcn of the ciew of iho Ifrilfsli house will be well Hteanii-r Norwich drown- SKf hil. The rnrtain when the ship orasinrd un {lard- ,n all reader.-- ,.f Thr. A.lv.icftle ,v! ae.oi'ding lo radio j Ih-'-ir irernely as how in M'K MfJf V M M CTCD here from ,he; (vest their nmiiey and into whai I'lllllO I Lft JO j Tronsate. wlnVb was VV. H. Tom judue tieo. rands tlu.y place their rnnds. A PnMnilPTIMP MCCTIM P i li Anvry to Ml you how ihe !m'ild- uUNUuuiNbiYltkllNb f AT BAPTIST r SAW SOME ii (or women v.iih tlu looking sM, iealion of the last and in his penile, ui'jdcsl manner resaled the angnsl members with ,1 vn-llal of his various exitericnc- _____ Dec. -I -Tea: horns laid in tlie past year wnn enlh Storr.-: i ci'i; t'.'s: here by ihe 'tit nt Th" i ISoatner and Mr. X. T. i hens were from Hanson's un i li'i'i Kuml.iy muniiiiK Mr'Carin. Corvalllr. dresrc.n. That Orleans, from the i have improved layiin; they (iMlities is indicated by in tin- ncrs sei-ivj .i total nine hundred winners. work and thrlfl iuslead." KdiKir'rt I'ential I'ofl and I.isht 'jiinpauy. whicii opei ales extensively IhrnuKlmiu thi sretion. is rnntrolled by the liisul inierests rind Vieioria and ollu- Houlh Texas lowns probably will; profit meatly fvom the vast espan-i sioa piom'am auuor.iK.erl fi-n- nexi year by Mr. Insiill. r ihe ie defense 1.1 ve ti in fact li.diid.ax V I lie i VICTORIAN ROBBED IN SAN ANTONIO AXTOX10. PLAY unror whetlier he would find a man i inlcibit. d by Marmonkei, In jih.- only tribe of .hem I Indians i The reached a liici, Mate of I 111" ong, We believe the effor.s of the Silyle H) 1.1-inv baek Hie l, j, Ml.K, K i .1 series meetings Will with Kirs, n, w no possess any spirit of iMdepeud-! ence. Tin- ,-h.irl sMrls are p, ;1, Mi tieal :vnd good looking and it will nl 7-'p'l n nt WEAntPORT of tin- Nurseries iliat orii may lie had iK-liveivd in Ixrhc.o.l sit onls per hn.'hei, am! I...SI ;uid S'anday w.- auit r) :U1 one (ill-Ill. I and deposired an of (or h Ivihl IhiK- .liffereiit t j indicated by (lie dial ihe aver- jsi-i-s per hen wore: Kl.7: XViiiin in.ii; U'leks, lihr.de island i Itcds. while I.cshoi-Ms, -Jiiii. and Oil oilier vuri -iiiv, tSi.l. In ordiT ihat unndrTful Hn: (MM MM.-on by ihc Victoria nior Oollosr n may relv.irdc.'. a !M.in-fit came "ill Kriil.iy aftortiooii in .lili-iinit to tilnds- for tif; leh.lrl- of .-'.laii; of awai'iis. fiiii ..auei'l s will a MIL' eleven taken from best latent ,o ohtaincd (rorn 1 t it.v, Tbis W'Mkhis oii( daily in preparation ii. afiaii- and vv-miinx lo be In r t.i 1'ii-nles -.-i" thai will no: .-ov.i 1 .subsequent evenis. they niii.'hl e.n man's iiuilt or innor idrr cliarce. ii j nun did no; an in .1 I'. niiiiiL- this ai' -t n- only in tlv Imx. Hi'- jury will ly .tni'I-'leii INDIANS INHABITED ISLAND. llmviird of K. ih- in- Marni.'tik.'ii.. e pi-itrirled ireiv of wre, kvil un island With (iviv ivas a and hi.- i-n AK xiiM Cily he gav, an acinitnt of rtiifiuui'iit. II is owner of liio case, stales tlt.il tln> ancietiile known as M eiionsh ea-l, be raise i j ken Isl.-nid by ii l-i buy the I. m-imen Miil-iilKu'overllit-ee The i'-i, e oi ailmis iiat-v, r jou like it. fiiiiKil J'.nhins by in toll; e-  more tiiat in lite irnioii-, valleys t.f the ami Nile au.i e fael Keiuon >ays he soil to nnvsericv n.v in -was j   

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