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Advocate (Newspaper) - December 9, 1929, Victoria, Texas Eyti Filled DR.JACKKAHN Exclusive Optometriit 009-10 Wdder Bldg. Phone 233 Geo. H. f-Vencb, VOLUME 32 VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Termi Phone 1S9 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWCSF IN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 9, Subscription: Per Annum ift Timely Topics THE MOMENT out In ilu .sonu'liiltiK for UK- mUlcm, or tiis home lowu, ILU tin- HU'iliiiU'ly llio tai'gol ot Ititi i who tnlnlil put tlivii" lak'lils lu buUi-r Tlie pity ii is tlutt Is inn ir.v lo do sumciihlng for iln-ir hiuti! uf Uuiir t oniiiuiiiily, K tlmiv is tlK'ic- would fewer Icnui-U- i OUR EVER- INCREASING itulu- I'cctml is (tin; of Hi tivt'S Any highest in out1 history, II is said thai [Hi cent of an; i-ausoO Ly k'ss lh-in 10 yvr ify Ibc season does, not commence nnlil Iho 111-eldy-Ne.ennd. Tills i- Ihe- day when the. srtia reaches- the iind turns buck on its northward journey. In tin.- northi'rn hemisphere it is HIL- .shortest .day. lint in the south- ern, the longest. Xor is Deceniher Hit- Luldeft nf months, ilimigh H is 'ls "frosty ov "icy nicjnih.'1 feT The, VX'slrt, the SJJ? -iiiddc-ss of tliii hearth, (he deity of IJeeemliDr. nppra) jjyj, Iliis is there is nothing that Htiiids a than tlv Ku-kliiii; fires of die liearth and lliu liolly uf Christinas. ONCE UPON :i time in a small not far awiiy dwelled mirk for tin: tinrii. Iniwstinc il it may iy f "lid (irosin.MV Maid the oilier. t'V V it is tisKlfss. When (lit- H larser, (Jivii 1 shut! in., Due. The1 mysterious slaying (it an at- srhiHi! teatlnjr in her tii-drnnin the nvrest of n well knuwn HMckfoHl dciitisi anil foun- er JIoDywoud flVf .llt'iid filtJ! lOUJHl 111 IlIS iHOhilo ant! ;i 'k-ad in puckel todiiy (U't'sctttod it u-ierd ot eveniH (o tlte po- lice mttiinptttts KJ solve- the fnuml anniirifiiily di-alli with ;ui iron nt mu ohtaiucil from her a itioLitlis passed. Thi.1 Ywirw nsisscd ;nul llu- lo iitul IH-- rrini- mriTt1 iiniHpcrous. I imi.' iiuidc in tlu rnt'ii u-Jio talKt-d tojiethui i (own when il was Hiiuill KH liiMiki-r. friend lo man on hi his ('O-vorkorjs for ron- Mil and on civu md mio.'-tiaiis. Tim RAPS GOVERNOR FOR CRITICIZING DRY LAW Rid" Oulwilled by Policeman 'Too Old' for Service Only .Opportunity to See Work of so Many Re- nowned Artists. LAST TEXAS CONTEST ItKI.HIXOFOIlS. (INS) Officials iti Finland siru not iier in it toil to nitifizc Hit1 'iiruh ilii tint laws oi the country. (leJteriil .Jalcutlcir, n Cwuiity. tlrt-u' tin ivividt ol' (lie Home Scnx'Utiy c? dis head ivlicit he an thu rinttisli rrinu? wnvi Paintings Represent Final Competition Sponsored by Oil Millionaire. The Kdsai- H. Davis ctilluetlon i prize iiaiiitiiiiix, vxliiliitutl ill lint j of C'ngnincrra lliill all last week.'thn.i.El.-i 10 BiG Tried in Two Cases and Must Face Trial in Another Case. TRIED TO ATTACK JAILER ii mist Represents Tribute lo Dis- trict Commitleeman AUXIL1ARY_JV1EETS TOO Mrs. 0. S. McMullen, Dis- trict Chairman, Presides Over Convention. Dr. inn! Mrs. O. S. Miss Thto McMiillvn and Mr. anil Mrs. L'Hris Kinmeit iitluuili'il Ilif Tacsrfay request in ol. i Ihe Aimn-iciiii Legion and Auxiliary al UiUrniiKc .Sunday. Davis, alias "the thir rJerer-and-robber, who-has been tracked j N'im1' Convention of f down by former. Inspector Coughlin, at the age of fiftyifrve. "The ti) sec them was !o surrender himself at the luxurious New York' The cxliilill was hrmmht lo Ibe. whicfl he .occupied with his red-haired sweetheart, Tlle Ihe latest Mabel Davit International N'cwsreel ever had at a union cmu'entiim in district. .Several hundred ev- j servicemen and auxiliary meinliers were [iresent, including State- Com- Maxim Pitvinoff, aclrng com by ilie Art I-cague ;unl Vicuir- inns prolwbly will ncvor get iiiioth- j jcr lo view iu tlicir own! town sm-li a liirse ciillccliuu of pic- j tares hinious :irlists rms lliis ycarVr coniusl was the last Victoria News of Long Ago sioner of Foreign Affairs of Ihe So-lone. .Ml.. wll( viel Government, who handed his i The hirse prizes Mr. Davis ST-ATK NKWS. j country's retort to the United j offered for paintings of Texas I The Klsiii Hand will play at Ki.i Thi- States to Maurice Herbette, French i scenes, especially fields of wild i Worth 'nnlil llie. Km-pi-jimi. closes. Ci.rsic: ambassador at Moscow. [flowers, caused arlisls of nole i J.Inly I- Intel iiatiunal tiu- nation (o compete' Seven wajron bjiid.s uf u-ool. all i" si-vi-ral conie.sls In-Ill in Kan An--in a Iraiii, ruci'iilly :n rived ;il A li Tiie best iiirtnrcs last Abilene. year's ornirrU also ivere broiifht t lllauiler Hi iieul Cox. SliUii Adjilt- {allt William Whitlaker. Kt-rvici; Of- j ficer XV. Cond and .Mrs. Canitn- 1 ler nUnck Juilur Uirlnn-il A. Ui effect lib SmiUi is an esvaiiud ronvicl. His hoinu is in Hulls, Tex., HTK! hu sewing a six-yti'T tvmi for from Fiills. CHILDREN OF MART Ci-nc-iiil Jalendei-and all officiiils rKIIDV nmmTinil "'lnrlil A" The .Si. .loe Hotel at Dciiton ivas have litett advised (lu-y imisi uo( i tnJUl IlLULr lIN l.j-" (lie i-xiilnsioii'of a critii-izi; the laws they art- called 'lecanie a mllHimuiru to enforce. QHPPPfi AWO R AMflC i "'L' "f ULTRA MODERN MAN I.ONI1OX. Dec. i V at a London music ball. .Sir .lames ollu-r was; ploililliii; aloiip day is ei.tehins; g5t, iliiy in Ihe sanu. litile store, scarce-1 Ihe limes. ly noiici-d hy his fellowini-n. Some- Inn s in- renieinherod wluu he had Inn the lown licrnmv a city. Inil aid lonx Mould boosi i: liadn'l pmivn yel. and iliyniiy lie iconld wail .inlil he he line Mure yeais jiassed. hoih mot died iind winy in Ilic lenn-U'ry hcycnd Ihe lily's pati-s. yffi! "3 city i-reiic-d niiinii- nienl heariiiK Ihe insi-vlptimi, "IK SUPPER AND lie eslaldished (he Davis A( a deiuh'of SOT feel a slroiiR I-'oundiiiiun ;it Lnlinir ;nni has viihiiiH- of oil ;it [tor Tlie Kniliiliiy of the Children of many oiher idiihinihro- j ham. The eilizens are juhihmt. entinlained with a ivcepliim j'lil at'tin- uf Colmntms Hall! la COMMISSIONERS-IN llepurls lo Adjutant (lelieial King repiuseiiis; ihings iiulel in Ifastnui. Ihunisrh Ihecnniiesy of II. It. CCOC'inM UCDT TOniV -I'ldio hair Assucia eiiK-ior of Ihe Vicloria l-'lnial Cmn-i OLOuiUri ntHt 1 UUAT j "f ils luiny. (he arlislii: seheme rcilisisl. ins of (lowers and d-nis and (idors i tynil-ill of the Ciuislmas season. T Ji o County ('onnnissiimer.s' San Marcos, soon will hi.- Cuurl is holding its ruKitliir lilnnlli- ly niuelini; today. hy lfcti icity. al Jtockjiurt fiot.i .Inly ;i :u Acqllalic sports will hu nil I'le.'iijury livi- coniilU'enian. his assistaiii. Os- car On-Ill', nr.-siih-d over I In- legion meuiiiiK, while Mis. Mi-Mullen, dis- trtci condiK-ted the atix- MAN WHO KILLED ANOTHER OVER 006 DRAWS FIVE YEARS j iilalo principal uddiv.-s. Two ne.w hiijiirujris houses jnijiortiiiici- of s ilM-ii'jil al HceviUu ami a Ilu talked of. ls Hli.-abk'd avo i-arni ]'or by Hit- am! iK.'1'u.ssiiv of kiioM'iiiy lieiorn ch'c- ''luo Terry TKXAUKAN'A, Dec. guilty tti ins. charged with ili'Lircr. murder, loduy scu- lu .serve five ytNivs in liio Arkansas itonitmiiiary. killing (Jlar- A new lown its 10 IK- utu in j Him attiUirlc ui IShiiico I'oiniiy. I! will lie calltil i on tin-Anjcrk-.-ui (.uiniironiisL1. 1 jror well ;ts i nian-poHX'r war. i Out of Inr Comuiitrt'niaii Hopkins, it etc- cirU'd tn hnhl llu> ilistriri CDII- viMition in lurin. at ttinrj WARSHIPS TAKING AMERICANS OUT OF CHINESE WAR LB' II.TOII Xcar I'oHi. in. llonkiirs allied lo lutve accnsi'd Uolibins of kilUirj; liis do.ii, liiiu nolitm "lo loavi; ihe country." Mpi'ihii; ihn nexi "l.iy, said Terry seized him !iy iliu Ihroa1- ami in Ihe scitfliii In.1 Wilts tu The Araiisus UnHway un-l PJ IV] PUIITC smhliMily tliai iht1 a nainly suvv MANY ARE PRESENT S livnl ihai ln> ,-ity frlhiwmriL MilKhl prospi-v." liifrr y iiinl iilrls thiwr Jiiu-.-' j i loiiv HIP oliit-j1 man