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   Advocate (Newspaper) - December 5, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                l-'iUtd DR. JACK K AHN Exclusive Optometrist 6W-10 Welder Bldtj. Phone 233 VICTOR -AFTERNOON FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE, HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Sto. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 32 Timely Topics FIRST. VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY. SECOND, SOUTHWLSr IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECHME5ER Subtcriplion: Per Annum NUMBER 99 -I LORD of himself, not uf lands; And bnvluK yd! lull, nil. YVOTTON'. ARSON! How fcvv projde JUROR SI the deadly metviini; of the lonn. Tlirnnnnr niTT7CI public 1-bhor.s a nnmlet'cr and ntUUlHIC Ult I LIL j T1 1 101 1 '11 A rn-i Y TT r PIONEER NEARLY 93, eacher and School Children Avert Tram Wreck DIED ON K i Railroads To Expend Billion In 1930 Program killer and In many cases takes life h> a most terrible manner. His pmilshiiv.-ni should rank with in-n-j allit's ilcmanded for murder, j Theodore Dielzel. one of Victor- Little do arsonists caru whetlie.' ia County's oldest inhabitants, who iiruncrly of other iier iiiiKvrcil by their arls. the. life i.S Public officials are increasingly alive tu the extent of this crime aiid that tlie ar.-ionisl is one of the most despicable enemies of would hai'e been !ij years old on t.'liii.ftnia.s- day, died al the home of -Mrs. Theodore Willoinin al five o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Ik-! was active and in health to! few months of his death thill-Hies are hotter able to deal Cennany Decetnbci1 ISM. anil lo-1 ol the most ilc.siiK.iibU. enemies of wn inn u tew months of his death) fjlln ft D society. Public co-oiioi-atioii to for a severe sick siiell about j L j Jlj I 1 UU stamp out this cril I.s Kiwi-liiu, with J a year ano. t I 11 v U f! R Iho result Hut law-enforcement ait-j Theodore ivas born inj HI, FLIC HTB Hill Folks Flogged By Night Riders ily and jusl THE LATEST indications are H "III he praclically impos- sible to reconcile diyt-l'seul i-'renc'u and ltnlia.ii naval claims and i-baiiccs are that all the London .cuiferciice can accomplish will he an helv.'een the United Slates. Great Urilain and Japan. The rivalry between Italy an I I'l'anee in the Mediterranean si-ows r.nd bolh nations atiiwctitly seek m control this body of wali-r. The sihuition is not hbliied by "the fad! ilial Iliese two- countries have had I .si vcral outbreaks, of bad reeling i ivilhln recent yews. As a matter y (if fad, France is a defen- sive military lint: of fortifications Italian border for the ft first I lain in rated in the llahvin section of this county in livinr, there conliii- uoiiMly for over half a century. He followed farming .-tnd raisine, and accumulaied a handsome estate, j He is survived hy one son, Gottlieb i Dit'lzc-l. and one djniKhter. .Mrs. Chus. Willemin. hull, til this coun- ty. His wife died in the year after he came lo this country. The funeral services were held j at ihe Willemin home at four] o'clock Ihis aVternoun-with burial! Teacher and Pupils of Cres- cent Valley School Figure in Heroic Act. in the Colettoville Cemetery. KevIVHSS HADLEY TEACHER I'aut Kueiiucr. tlie I.ulheran minis- .olMd. comlneted the rites. CTAPC All CUT cnDi of M. P. Victoria-Bloom- 1 OlAbt ALL Ott rUKj ington Branch. L! I TLE THEATRE PLA I j Hndley, teacher of the Cre-.-e.ent Valley ythool. seven it lime in many years. T CI II Cl H D fi UJ III I OUT sthool. seven tafjririllPss of n-Vniicc and Italy, j (J III U H H U W NluH I milcs of this city, prevented he.wo.vrir. Ihe otlier nations can ac-j ii-jnph'sh sonir- Thev eail 1 ,1 ''Two Weeks (HI last here. ion ,'iSroe upon Iheir own erniser ra-1 Great Hriiuin will hi- siisl that ;i inserted any agreement restoring her coin- asrcemenl to iloliiy Hie liuibliii" of new baltlesbiris can lie had amoni; Ib'.'.se three paivcrs and Iliis- would the c-vnenditiire of mil- lions of dollars each ycnr. SOME BIG BUSINESS men havi- Jiicd to pill Hie blame for the market erash the United Stales Senile, thai its _nf business matters created a lacK or course. dijs m rather Oliviotisly. sonu.- else is ivronc, wlien business aii'l stand u linle "r discussion in the imblic forum Senator Rinvtli, Progressive fi-or, wreck on the of t'tlp .Missouri I'acifie tiv Hie Victoria Ijiies 'Tiici-day afteriioon if Theatre, under ihe auspices of the ibe-'head of her pupils she flagged I.ions flub. j down an ainirba'cliiuK freight train A tale of social tlie same after one of the children had d, J H-vered a broken '.I York fur two consecutive seasons.- The school located near UK une (ji social si, sti uie same Iitcte. freedom in the erout of success that stormed New i by Italy and i-Yaiue. An Only one nisln to see this delislit- j railroad. II has not been detenu- fill cumedy-rlrama. Tomorrow i< house. il cumedy-drama. lomorrow niRlit what caused the rail lo break, n only and -jr, cents at the j Hadlcy if the daughter of Miss .Sue Kalvey. the ;vhle cli- reitor. reiiorts her east in cnmlilioii. Under her efficient lend- IT. E. Jordan Becomes III i During Night and is I Excused. 1 NEW JURY WAS REQUIRED SCase Contiued Till :Ncxt Term Because of Coming Christmas Holidays. TO l SPE1T tlT 1 ITIFP uinsuiias nuimays. I 111 I M 111) .1. I'. I'ool 1011 I U 1 s 5 tinned and reset the i'. F. Itobidmiv f i rase for trial .Monday. IJ, Reassuring Statements Made rfei: K 01 i i At National Business Conference. :md W115 1400 LEADERS ROTHSTEIN MURDER and enjoyed them in their past pro-1 dneticns. There is .1. .M. uoady.] v. 1m trifles with tin- affections ol i .Miss Jane Koos; there is j -Sirs. I'oliy simon. who finallv CHARGE BY JUDGE HI- discussion in Hit. fornin, yMll  u'e had tale 1   tIU' pulicies and Ihe conduct of Ih.-j lie, ,f l.u, lie Smilh.a ilanee! llothsetin. prominent oirnsiiin at Xashvi'le. i Waltcp Henrv '.MiMul-! fcnnd inurdered in y.irk wlirld i i, will to pay for j daniv RELATIONS lo rilanie s'imciine els-- o1 i ITALY AND i suggested by District Al Henry Ford, Wlio Raised J v- ji Twenty Million, and John "y "f Rinsel because of the appioath Christinas holidays making it i I'O.sr-s lii return at that time jnd i view wns taken In tin? WASHINGTON. Dee. I The major railroad systems of the; country to carry out a billion i dollui-' capital program Jt" st'.' j (lui-ini; 1030, H. Aishton. pix-si-' of llu- American Railway As- i isnciation, reiiuvleii to the Kaiiiiual 'r> l'.a" llnsiness Conference today, am i Tiie imlilie utilities of the conn- llls llliysu 'try will spend dollars j 1330, over iliq 1 expenditures las, year. Matthew (Onsulliiisv dtusions president of the NationalM" "'Iicfltur llu ,ai Klectrh- repoiled. trial by the sUu _____. tic-ti of a snhstituu: or addition il 400 ATTEND CONFERENCE. jrtror but ii was agreed suth i J llec. (eur-Je would he and tin.....- T, poorer of Slorie county' Ark-i wiih iir, Jurv W0uirt i r, t more illiterate h.ll people cf Mountain View, Ark.; band, Sam Johnson, sheriff, in unearthing clues to ..00 of its leaders overVail, of their activities revealed that a the torturing and mu.-c.er of beys, eiaht and in tndav for ai The Vfend-ml ind .nteicd band o, men had bee, ,n this twenty years old. (Upper Mr, Burns, clinical diagnosis of o.ustin, condi- i an lin 1 h section for many years, flogging and murder are -10 and her SO-ywrold husband, Haywoorf. have both ticus and ami to a-nong the charges laid agsmst five who are held been fioorjcd by the .light riders. (Lower' Tillic collier l by the authorities in connection with the o.traae. Rumnter, sixteeri-year-olc- mountain girl, revealed to i of imlul, v nin d i was have .one m (Upper left) Aleck Fulks. one of the five men held the police a startling and grin, dram, of i j by police for tiuestioning in connection with the tor- and murder. Tho giri's sweetheart, Connie Frank- i rord wh -v- I'- turhiD and slayina by the band of night riders, lin. twenty-year-old .'arm boy, was tortured and buriv tri-1 m-< W' (Lower left) Mrs. Bertha Johnson, chief deputy sher- eel alive. Intcl-nalional j, S T, Victoria News of Long Ago STATI-: XKXV-i The Aiivocnl.- The l.iiivdn wonl niiirket, is iv- C. DIESATMAOOI.OWE; 80RIEO AT in Ihe face nf fallilisj wilh murder ill couneclion so ihe were.ir. Jioore. rai (he sann- liastcob. Clunk-.- M.' re (asion. The .Monies locr.ted al Oiven .i.   lannti run.- lo ,l--' >i slock market in )tl.e manner. 1 iiily ;is iho A in Hiis Hiuii. j s. at of imly ran iidlv i Hai inn lh< P oucnirr OAVO or ai oHbRIrl- bAYS FALSE RPPnRic PIPPIII ntrUnlo i.. "iBASKETBALLlOOP'S- OF LOST MAIL r: r r BRONTE GLUBIEETS SCHEDULE COMMITTEE PILOT FOUND TODAY WITH MRS IEV1NSON 'MEETS TONIGHT, N luir laii'ly. limn, mi Maitin O'Ci.nnors lancb __ NEAR CHAGRIN s AT COUNTRY f i I'.-irk an-; Thl. mnly riinmas I', I'lainliei'i. X, airmail is snivived hy iff. sev--r.il chitclivu, his mother nd a number of sisters and hroth- s, ft Ihis afierr.ni.n in a i A linlv- S..U of .1 Adams, ''''ai-nu it-ii, ham. was thrown and kill' ii hy The lii-cniny nf ih, a mule, whi.-h bloke every hnur in wn-ck.r-e and Inuly mad" Ills I'ndv. .l.isellll Vilici-nl l.i l'l--l new member '.if the club. Mrs. v III- vaiy and jiiN cd la r he- a ciiarm ib ililiearulive with nf Chairman -I. T. Scheinnack. Ser- rotary Kvans. K. J. D'ysarl. f.. C. n.ii'in-i ami 11. K. Kulliua. will im-ol in Mr Scheumavk's ofihv al I'acific passenger sla lien loniirlti a, i.'ciock l" pi-'-a, iiinc t.-as-m, I'li.y i', '.imp will hesin on Hi e M. in I h'.- ciirjli-iri ccnl'-r of Hi.- univeiisli Austin was mulided f.ir i linns of Arkansas iVben Kinu- Vi, lanmanu, 1 [and (Jnei-n Klen.t dnite in state LINDBERGH LEADS SEARCH. CI.ICVKI.A.MI, .-i {jrisj t'oliim-t Chailes A. I.nail.- run. .--ran "l many (hiy !d MOTHER AND BABY NICKEL-PLATED GAPS OF TIYOU BURIED OFF EXTINGOISHERS TOGETHER LOST AT LAST FIRE il tV! If! In st- TO PRFVFNT TRIAIS: -iu rncvciii j Kranklin''. luinlnnlini: shnwiin; liu' lime sim.- pj, ui be DciMinm-ut mad" innivst j's inn 1n the flu-- fil'O mi ivillHl iMJiam d, leal IVp.i, Slrele 'Nntier in, l, i, caps pick- will he tailed to,   

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