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   Advocate (Newspaper) - December 11, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Eyes Fitted DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 609-10 Welder Bldg. Phone 233 ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUfi Easy Terms Phone 159 Geo. II. French, FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SODTHWESF IN GENERAL. VOLUME 32 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 11, 1929. Subtcriplion: Per Annum 'NMBER KM Timely Topics 4' t IF A FOOL knows a secret, he lulls ll because he Is a find; If n knave knows nnc., he lulls II where- ever it Is his interest lo tell it. lint women tnid young inert are very lo lell what secrets they know from Ihe vanily nf having been Imsled. FROM A NEWSPAPER we learn Ihal Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Hlackmar, of (ia., have Iii'di man and wife for seventy-eight years. Now, at the age of nilu'ly-elglil Mild ninety-nine, Ihey await Ihe end ol Iheir lone, lives. Tim Advocate hastens lo extend its fcliciuuions lo the Ucorgia onple, wIsliiiiK lliem jnany more of liappy existence. CHICAGO Is planing a big world fair to he held in a few years. The exhibition will exhibit some of Ihe progress nf mankind as exemplified in its modern developments and BIG FARM PROJECT FOR VICTORIA w tr? w vvj w Yt W Sft W to M TO fl A K A CM M (K> M Negro Gets Life for Theft of Thirty Cents and Pie 1NTERURBANCRASH! K 88 K K R K K X A Millions of people UiroiiBhont the I nited Klates 'will attend tills fail', DALLAS, Tux., Dec, Twoniy injured persons, six nf them women. lay in hospital.? here recoveri tij; mini in juries received when a I-'I. Worth hound ititenn1- from Dallas jumjied tlie Hack while traveling "t :t late of SptH'Cl, The crash cicmrroi when the fly- ing uvo-eai1 train slniek ii pieee of j Uprising of Convicts in New York State Prison ably wliicli had liei'H left liy accident on a rail. Ic-ad car plowed the roadbed ,1 tin so unless they inulie plans now to save their money fttr tbiit i pose. Our own little siiB-Restinn is ihul. jusi us city of ChicaKo is work- inn mi Us part of the pi'OKram, you begin nuikliiK your plans now. It il entails mivlng money over a lier- inil of many months, BO ahead. Don't worry nbunl HIM Rime wiir- tarij thai yon read -about. Chicago is nil right. ll is humniiiii; metro pilis, with his buildings ami bisse businesses. It lias a wonderful 'future ahead of it and almost as bu an atlractlcin as the cxposilun itself. eighty yards and then turned com- pletely aromnl, while the trailer hurtled beyond j( and remained up- I'isht lil-Khle the (rack. Forty persons were on the train vlien it left the track. 11 suffered severe culls, while Ihc aining sixteen received minor cuts and bruises. ll is not be- lieved any of them, will die. A broken power line, severed oil when the train left tin; rails nlded danger to the efforts of the rescuers, who had difficulty pene- trating the wreckage ami ing the victims pinned beneath the seals and debris. Getting Ready for Business Threatened to Kill Warden! and Guards Held as Hostages. PILOT CARL BEN EIELSON mil Mechanic Knrl norland left Alask: In an airplane, cm November 'J, seek tug to rescue passengers nf steamer, and have been ever since. Efforts of brother pilots lo locate tlie men have so far proved futile mil U is feared that they were forced down in Bering Sea. While acclaiming Commander Kynl .Cur bis Smith Pole flight, let's not for- m't Ihe brave men in Alaska. i prayer for their deliverance. Mrs. Mary K. lloti of Dallas, sis- ter of li. K. Hill uf this city and well known here, was among those must -seriously injured Eii (lie inter- urban wreck. Mrs. Jlott has frc- fjnenlly visiled in Victoria and her son. Hurry Mint, now of Dallas. formerly made his home here witli the Hill family. KEEPER AMONG SLAIN THE TENDENCY i few years has been to ll I Ills pas! increase the lop for Slule Motor Vehicle Commissioner Kynon. of Pennsylvania, now recom- mends Unit mi speed limit he. plac- ed on motors. "It seems lo lie an established fad." said Mr. lOynon, "that speed limits Kt'iterally Ineffective, and wlieie Ion sliced laws are in CLOUDBURST OCCURS IN VICTORIA AND CALHGUNJOUNTIES A rain lo ;i ctomiliuvsi ft-11 in ilu.' lo win- porlion of Vie lor ia ;jjni Comities ;mil llic- ujv IHM- portion of Ucfngfi) County Tuesday, aminnilin to over five inches at Lone Molt anil Seadrift and at Mcl'adilia. Tlie rainfall in rietorlii dnrinfi tin- past 21 hours sinionnted to iiu-lies. The skies cleaved here this afternoon after two days of time tlie efforts of ficers an> direcled toward viola- tions nf tliis nature rather than lumij; concentrated on recklessness and acci'Jent hazards. While un- der certain conditions on" straight hisltwayx snme operators drive willi perfect safely at 5i> or iii> miles and hour, speeds of in to 15 miles an hour are a! poluls of diinser. ami it i.< nt llirsc later points that enforcement is liicessary. If this committee were lo piomole nalional for fliminallon of the top speed limit it would place itself (in record as favorlim a forward inovemfnl." oi.jimnv, fossy weal her. Tlie temper- anirti lias hecu very mild for idis DII tlie 75 AGED WOMAN AT SAN ANTONIO DIES SAX AXTOX1O. Per, Marie K. Hipp, who, while imsl- master al Did N'neces when she was Mrs. Thomas .1. Noakes, saved her family from being niassacn-il in a Actintj Governor Lehman Re- fuses Compromise Offer of Convicts. ALIIANV. X. Y.. Ilec. All uprising of convicts in tlie An burn Slate Prison Unlay, which re sulled in two deaths and caused an inrush of oficers from various por lions of tlie state, collapsed this af- leriioon afier troops rushed thc'j prison with tear bombs, routed the insurrectionists and released den Kdgar S. .lennings, who had] been held as a hostage. i The warden-was slichtly gassed, j lie had been held a prisoner in one of the buildings for Innirs hy fifteen j of the rioting convicts, who sent word they would kill him and half; a dozen guards they ronllded up if j they were not allowed lo walk out i nf the prison unmolested. 1 The dead are Uciirge -Diintord.; principal keeper cif the prison, and; Henry Sullivan, a convict who had! been serving a 'JO-year tenn. i Governor Lehman, in rc-1 ing a compromise offered by j the convicts, said "there can lie no eompromisi! because lhat wmild i mean a breakdown of the entire j prison system." Several hundred National Cnards-; men, senl hurriedly to the sceir from nearby cities, assisted in i ling Ihe riot. Master Farmer Who Made Acre Farrrts Pay Prdmol- imj Project. Third Conviction Under Old Statute Results in Severe Punishment. SERVED TWO PEN TERMS Convicted in Hidalgo and Cameron and Also Here of Burglary. Victoria News of Long Ago llic litmie nt thu hiili-i- iu Omni? for scvoral Mexican mid after sfvi-r.il oHun- 1 Aiiierinins had Ijet-n slain and Hie H'HleinetU Inirneil. is dead here ;it Iho of SS. Her luidy was, sent I In Corpus Christi today for Imrial. MTH. lliny. who ramc nt the U. S, ENGLAND AND JAPAN ACT TO SAVE NATIONALS IN CHINA Miss Sophie CSoWmjiu relumed in MoiHljiy :ifttli ;i two vcfkV viail l< CuL'i'o. Miss Flora lioMniiin wtu up lo Cncrn on KatnixUiy ttist. a TLe theft of thirty i-enls und ;i chocohite tauHeil ThumiiK -Mc- (Irew, Porl l.avaca to re- yt.j.ve; M- i n i !iw cim- f in ihe DisirJft hove III touiitidii.Hi u'itli burstiiry   i j, wlm lias liecti.' Tlit.1 "'ill iwrmit tin- case lo tie alile ti> iinrsiie Ills journey home in his H. I'vowr. veil Hi: shin- siili'sniaii Antonio, jileaili-d sillily i" ''oiiil lii'lc Ihis miiniliic I" "f vain! assault ill lieu "f a of t" and asslslsiH'i- in roniM'cliim willi a xtrlons aiitu rollisioii insar Nai'sery somi' mouths anil wns fined !Sn and nmiHinliiiR I" Mrs. .1. llarliic'li. Ihv v.iiV of a Sinilticiti Pacific frclKhl drpnl 1 vvlio was ivlurniUP with her liii.iliaml and iilll'1 son 1" Victorli from a visit to j-ulnlives In Vii.ikuin was liailly Imi'l 'll1' ''ollision. Crowe als.i was induled for itrlv Inn an aiilnmoliile while iiitoxical and IraiisiioriiiiK iimixir'atiii.L liriuor in (oiiiHH-lion willi the colli Sinn. These indii'lnn'nls an- sill pciKlini; nsalnsl him. inwd it> Coriins Christi. Five sarvivini; eliildreli are: Nt-w mikfs. luistnuistvr and nierciiant Valley. Heavy fishliin; helween th On Monday, las.1 Mr. II. Holers, lauiiehed a clean modeled skiff. She is only two feet heain and IT feet' long. -She i.s (lie Iiiinilsomoi'i craft ever seen on the Cnr'idalulie, and will distaiu-e any other in j speed on llie.-.e waters. i lo his room with fever j KO lo (rial Monday. Ilcmnlicr Ifi, for .several days, i.s aeain and in alieinpt t" Connie j iminmiim in health. Franklin was murdered the fiv rehels and nationalists is reiiorted !l I'iillahan: Mrs. Charles McKen- h] ]-rmn the Iioslmistress ami meivhant at l.a.'k Mrs. .1. u is the lial- 0. Noakes. Christi.  f heveral nioiilhs on Monday. and family were I welcomed hy their many friends. Mr. .1. C. Wilson, founder of ilu: new town of Herelair. ailived on Wednesday. Miss 5Mmiie IVrreliol is visiting friends in Korkunrt ami Corpus The Advocal..- of Seinemlier II and 21. men held In Ihe enmity jail with Ill's murder. TRIAL IN SLAYING OF 1922 STARTED IN CORPUS CHRIST! WHOLESALE ESCAPE vest tu i fin i itvn in fiC TPYAQ POWUIPTR l-loniente Fel Ur ItAAO UUIlIIUlO .is BY TUNNEL 1930 REVUE WILL BE STAGED IN JANUARY BAND INSTRUMENTS MISSING FROM TENT AFTERTRAMPSLEAVE _ TRUCK CRUSnCO nlM   foil nsofnl a man In. spared from the l.nsy walks of[ (m WK' 1 The revue will Miss; Nellie Thornton teaches opera H music class in Cnero the coming' Toni- stole emniiili cat instiiinienis dnrin.s llv from ihe MoiKan's tent show lo shut a hand. Tex.. Ilec. 11. The rliseovery of a Imlluw pier whieli led lo a lnliiK.'l and freedom (today had frustrated tlie attempt if inmates of Hi.- slale farm C. O. Williams, of the farm. revealed I he iliseovcr.v of the plot, said tile I'Llll evidently was for the prisoneis to escape via Ihe tunnel into an o.vi patch. inw.wu in jnnwin.i shr( tunnel lino an .-at patch. TO AIR DflY Vh.' manup.-i- ot the slu.w iievmit- A hollowed column lead- IU AIU DUl lo iili; into tl.e white filH-rcillosis here today on a charge of mnvder. lie Is said I" S.'O'e slabhcil to death Ci.necption SancllUi! near here seven years Some wmmds were found mi Sanchez's hoily. The body was fmtml on Sep- ti-mber It. .litrm-s weic >r- I'.'civd Tuestlay. with the first wit- to lake tlie stand Wcdnes- ______ ,he tent anei upon lln-lr de.jwaiil was the Salcwa> lo ihe U'.r.ne.l The Victoria Kxecntlve Coininii- this mornins two saxo :e of Ihe Seoul announees a phones, a tremlioiie ami cornel livlietil of the were tonnd to he oily wide .seaifli failed lo result in tin1 he stasi il ai recoveiy of the instumicius. diiriimihe. There arc. more, nainps in Vie toria al this time than foi in. ty. exhibit will be held ilnrini; tlie State Fair next fall. huter part of January and session. 'spivnsorcd hy Mesdames Frank II. i many years Most of them ap jcraiii, W. I. Sloner. H. II. Me- to he men wlu have seen her MusleVs Klierman and W.irner; Onwell. J-iy Welder and K. M. Van i lor days, mil are now mm hie lo I'ellcolas loft on Wednesday for: Xandt. find employment. TWIN BOYS ARE BORN TO VICTORIA COUPLE WEATHER REPORT Kast i.niithl and Thursday. occasion al rains in tlie south portion. West fair !o- niKlit and Thursday. N'ot inncti change in temperature, Mr. und Mis. C. I. Albii'iln are. tlie parents of twins. IHHH wiihiu a half an lioiir nf each o'hcr ycsiciday afternoon at their home at Xorili William Street. are boys. This makes three boys and two sills fin- Mr. and .Mrs. Albv.'i-hi- Mr, AlhrcclU Is a popular Irician of this cily.   

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