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   Advocate (Newspaper) - December 23, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Xmas and a Happy DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Optometrist 609-10 Wftdcr Bids. Wj j Seo, U, Trench, Publisher. VOLUME 32 I FOK FURNI'I -AFTERNOON EDITION FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUB j Easy Phone 159 Timely Topics NATURE DOES ivjiater task she lilos HfWISO Obcdionl- there till- .SI'-' IU-s -Smith! GOOD ROADS have. icdm cd (he iircragn auiomoliile operating cast fi'ini lu cents a mile lo six ami (in liiiH coins in (ho liisl fiv urcurdltiK lo an iinthrmtmlve re-t fort. Haviiijis are otfottcd in Kara. lino and ivonr and tear on tiros) machinery. As well, the road j juoviilos uroiitor comfort and sat1'--: i.--. It has long been observed that raids payr. for themselves inr.uy limes over. They are not an i uxpeuse, but a divideiul-relnrniiis i investment. Subscription: Per Annwji HHlZl OEGREES TODAY COLDEST WEATHER, OF SEASON HERE 'i'ile coldest weather of tin; sea- sou felt In Victoria this morn- when titi! ih'jriiiuinelcr wont Jiiirn to dcgrcBS, or II degrees .JX'low Tlic coldest wealfi. Wider inicli roads and water- WiV. ol, proof surfaces on thui.siiuds. otj morninR, when the minimum Ion- miles 01 secondary or farm market jpcruturo was 75 decrees A few i-oiirts i; of main importance today j two any well balanieil road bnihlliiK desrees was here, program. Victoria and vicinity escaped llie i -rue heavy snowstorm fell In uiaiiv olh- THE MOST ntdinien.ary inte.h- tfr ot sleet toil Saturday ;vud Mure was a snow flurry Saturday and lmt Pastors Alliance Organized by Victoria Ministers K K x Victorian Aboard Steamer Crippled in Crash Ki'iiCB sliuiild lie able to Mint every Tiro rw> omic and social waste. A dollar spent In ,i ruiinnodUy multiplies Mself niuuy. fold. It is novel- inactive and llie .entire iiivllon is benefited by its 'sm-ice. A dollar lost boeansu o( t scon as it touched Ibe ground: Iseiitiiii. Vaaktini and Kl C'umpo seem to him, been lite farthest Mlillls south ill snowstorm irt-a. Due to tlie ground bolus moist. Along the Concrete lire can never be replaced. It has jcilrns fruit trees throujjhoiu this of cireulatiui, and a black section do not appear to have been "mark is placed asainst our record j injured by the cold wave, but fall of prosperity. _ II is a, common fallacy lo believe' li'ts inornlus's henivy Hiat insurai a frost. Algonquin and Victoria Col- lide in Focj and Victoria Sinks. i matter of fact, insurance caul Another freeze near the coast! do nothiiiR to offsel the loss. It to Hie coast is forecast can merely recompense the Weather chircau lor tonight k willi fiimJ.s collected from ihv fair ami warmer ivciitiicr for jvv lion al large. oYei-y Tnc-alay. in losses an insurance lake in al least a dollar in'j piemiiuns. l Our ujsamio records of fire waste belles our tntelllRence as Tart of the Income uf every citizen is. directly or indirectly, dcslroycd by tire. Kvcry fire. wbelliur it consumes n sreal iac- lory or a house, nets as. a dras on progress. A FIRST CLASS battleship costs and is obsolete VICTORIA AND CUEBO ALL-STARS TO CLASH r years, if the world lia; i cmoush to Imimner Us .swords Inio i plowshares and sjienii the money i wasied in ww for ,hiiiss of cuin- Jurl and beauty anil utility, it en air a new world. The cost oC one haltleship would bnihl a tlioii- _sand miles of the finest hard sur- faced road. n would endow a splendid thirty-five stale.-- or would pjvtt younK and women a college educa- tinn. Tiie world bus nlenly (o care for Its neods If of (he world knew ciinuxl! to it in the rislil way. r" Cl'l-JItO. Tex., Dec. sibility o( a post-season football between all-star players rep- Ins Cnero and Victoria loom- cd here when Ihe Citero lieeord published a Idler from a "1'iR" Fowler, former Viclnriu Junior Col- star, Ciiero all- siar for a jjaine lo be played litre Dec. 27 or 2S. While no definite aclinn has yet been taken with lo aecem- ALGONQUIN IS DISABLED! Limps Back to New York and! Victorian Transfers to S. S. Moniiis. i has jnst been received in i Victoria that Scout Executive W.' KekleH, who left New York for! Victoria oil the S. S. Algonquin j lasl will not arrive tin-: til December 2S. VVbc-ii the Alsona'ti" was twenty j miles out from New York it ed ill a (ax with tile S. S. Victoria, j The Algonquin was badly dis.-ibl. i cd and slowly sinliiiic. Imt maiiaKcd i to relnrn to New York, arriving, Deeembebr 20. Mr. Kckies was not injured j the mishap. He sailed again iron, i New York Saturday on the S. j S. .Mounts. iff 181 Rev. A. J. Carson Chairman and Rev. T. 0. Rorie Secretary. JTO MEET_ONCE MONTH I Matters of Controversial I Mature Will Be Avoided i by New Body. With Ihe expressed desire of n.eetins chiefly for friendly rein- lionsliips and-'cooperation among j total religions bodies the ministers of Victoria met In the annex of tlie j l-'if.vl Ijuptist church Monday morn- j ami formed ,1 'temporary organ- ization. llev. A. was eluded leniDcrary cbairnian. ;vnd )rev. T. j 0. Itorie secretary. A permanent jornunlzation may be perfected j laler. However, it is understood j I lial the pnrpuse, is social and j !f business is to come before the I FIT OF ill Located on Highway Short Distance North of Town. CITY'S GROWTH RAPID Settlement of Old Additions Creates Demand for More Home Sites. 'I'lic Hi-flivtli of Viumn his been fii'pfil duvliiK llic' icai, lie-dally m M-clions. Hun a number of nccilt il additions e.i'ly DISPUTE ENDS WITH State News Briefly Told aiue of Fowler's challenge, it expected that Cnero, with the uii-j lire school siqnad to from as well as a score of former stndciils who are attending col- ltpo.s and will be home for the holi- days, will accept the cliallvnxc. Fowler Is siiulent at Unirersiiy (his year and jmember of the SlioMliorn Texas was a SNOWSTORM BLAMED FOR CRASH OF PLANE WITH 9 PASSENGERS Smut Field officials today blamed blinding snowstorm fur the crash of ii Iran.s-AU.uuie air transport plane hero wbicb killed one man and injured a man and wi.niai, dusk yesterday. Carryinjr eleven pasM-iigcr.: from 'Si. Louis, the hiive craft ovcrshul III'' field in altcinpliim a lalidilii; and struck a stump, (curing off a of the laudim; near and tlie lefi niotnr. AGAIN RINGING OUT CHINA AND j I.OCAI, AXI) 'a weasel. Tbo former wore riulii. Mr. Ira I'.ailey. v.-lu, has been ou i it was a mini; and was captured bv ;a tour (he North, in the mean-, dona al SpriiiR t'reeii this week. itinie visitlnsr his old .....no where! Don't ever straddle Ihe fence, my itiy. i friend, ........_. of i In ..i.. j.Mission Valley have moved to town i Stand by yon MOSCOW. Ucc. and will remiiiii permanently. This j Sino-liuss controversy in Manchur-j is quite un lo the ia was a Ihina of pasl today forces of the fily Hoses. followins Hie slKuiiiR of a protocol j There will he u innnber The Hoard of Kouaiizalion of llu reslorniB Ibe stains ante j of students at SI. Joseph's College cily. cousistiim of Capl Me the Chinese Kastorn liailway by from Mexico next (CTm. Killip, n Hanschild C '3 CUERO ATTORNEYS ABE APPLICANTS FOR j CUKHO, cs[ was. caused in Cuero ilinmgli nelly the minister who longest service in a Victoria church the hair. MI the minis. Icrs and priests uf ihe city are ccji.sidered mellibeis virtu-.- of lhc-ir pastmato in Victoria, as no i ell 01" members wji.s formed. .Mociiii- n-iii in fil_ tcre the second Ttiesilay in each month. This decided the many Of j i.tuntMl til t.lieiO OJ colors firm to the j UlL. aiinmmcetncul of .1. V. i tol's monijiis. toeether of Victoria, district at-1 whl' tllcir for a'bit of rest .lhon.fl, (be cow be kept SOVtTJil I j uhl rt-sij-n his mfm- niJiiit--- tuny l. IH-.S mishl rail a nieetiu.n ni Lun- SLUonioVK j 11. ;iiul l i representatives of the Soviet ami. The street car tracks arc, bciiiK Wertiieinier, has been in session; the post. Mukdeu (lovernmeuts Kbaba-I ballasted. Xow let It, j work on the -crossinps. I The siKiiliiK of the prolocol was Tlnicsday a say parly con- Iv the people stand the raise witli 1 Xonl.. Dec fields are ni I'ack Ihe nntsic from hells of lionbiax which hav lien ho tlie (lival War. Fur five centuries jllie fiinnins sent the Komi lownsfolks to work liailixl as a siKiial victory for Ka- j sisliiis of .'Mis.seK Fannie .lannary. isuod viet arms and diplomacy. The j Southwell, Arrnc.-; IVclder and "f July provides for Ihe removal j MasKie Austin K-ft for a visil lo of troops by both sides from fvieiid. Al MoFaddin al frontiers, in turmoil for the pasl I'elus Uancli. (loliad County, six ini.nths. and Ibe Immediate res- j On Sunday lasl Mr. A. Klein met of Soviet consulates an.iiwiih n serious accident. Hi; was commercial orsatiizations in sl-jimi ridin.a and raised his umbrella. iberia. which (rfehtenod his horse, at- A ciinforem e belwecu linssiau tached m a bnscy. The iinimal til-Id Mashed off al a lively pace and.in Immni: too shortly (he corner into to and raising assessments nil armmd. i whom arv T. A' finmBh< Hie i There is some kicking but general-! aitt.rney; nature. nivl f'rm.ti ci.fi vi ililf (IlC'IO fire tll'tt Jlidse [or if Ii.Mll.iax which have noil   offer dm lots for sale. There ivill be i-KStrictiiins js lo Ifio toit of residuiic'es lu Oilier residential ,tic to estalflisltod ea.s! ainl v.Pi-t of the tily with fnw lots reniiiiuins for in tin- esfalilisned .uldi lions williin thii eit> It is oxiiccH'd.lliLil llie irlx' pav fug AT Ihe blKliwnys UMiUns in all is out of tlic inx and tl o n o( i liu elcclrif lishtiim' ami lelciiluinu i.ill c.nisc o.vpansidii in n.um .ivtj iirse uf tlic ncvt fen'juiib Two sns mains nt.ii ilu city also offer an mdmemeiit fiu llie of cnuiilry homes. while Hie iiulunuiliili lla- soiled tin. MATURE CRIME WAVE RAGING IN THIS CITY, REPORT The mid norlhwind blew in.: a, .litll c.in.-c- wave in sKldition iio and siimv. .iccordins io sufnc ropnrls by observers. It i.5 remurfc- ihat there is a bit 01 iit the 'tows. One parry who hail purchased u-voccries for the week hied herself to a mvhvef-k church service and wlun site relumed her car she ,'lireon, ami Tom Clu.ittli.-ini iconnly attorney, and the jof (invrriior Moody regard to i n> Hie press-, Vnndenbeiijes' successor is lieiu.i; "'tniilicatcs th.. prohleui. l-'oi this j tlu' o! toflio it if helitivcd by all thut she found all 'fine spirit of c.mpcration. IJ1U Ol, absent, maintained, and benefit com-: to all Antthcr refort comes of n fine. lawailcd willi much interesi. (Illi.-rs who are known to be seeking Hie appointment are fovm- er Distriit Alldincy I.. Victoria and Krunk Marl in of Coliad. They disaiipcared during War The nine "'I'''" ih-v "f soiiiMl. .shaken up by crash bn, j 399 PERISH WHEN STEAMER SINKS IN STORM OFF CHINA OKI.KAXH. I we. aiHlinjf will settled i Mm, the -Two trainmen wore killeil when lo ihe protocol willi the: volu, Ir and threw 1 -a icxas anil I'acihc shed intu a I'aci- at Avondale. 11 miles coinpleto restoialidii of diplomatic severely biuisins him. UK- two i-onn- TRAIN SIDESWIPES FIND GAS ON KANSAS, PLANE LANDING FIELDl 3 Capl. Joe I.. Shopriard refused! the liouienaiil colonelcy, of die Hociineni. proferrini: to roniaiu! will, the Victoria Rifles. .1 mind one ami this action is jn.-it what uiiulit have neon expected of him. Many will am-uctcd to ihe MOVIE ACTRESS NOW SAID TO HAVE SLAIN Tlio I-CM me-.lilu; will he held a' Ihe Triliily in Ij.Ulher Hall. Sessions will be held the clinn.lus iwitb one se.'sim, at Uo v. T. j verinat stolen from the vestibule a church while the OWIIPI basked in the wnrmtli e! a kimlly sennon. -fdioolbmises anil churches arc be inf. securely locked variant-, and building fire and ihv di is Mik noon Vict and Itoiijatiiiii I'iiimai jinsin, boll, on (be .Soiiliiorn j train. Foster srahled In btlc tiie fireman was cam ria DESMAND JSCCUSED OF BEATING GIRL I .OS AXOK boys will have brush N" KANSAS CITV. Kas Hoc. Ono llie country's largest air- ports. Fairfax Field, liioaiod bore, JS fits, becotllilll; ;est air fields in the naiion. aboard Naniral pas piodneiioti is th.> jViva Ijov. J. aiialn In the: I.OXDDX, I lee. f ,htmdrcd Ktoamor l.oc Chotiit were roported cause, however, not aviation. drowned when Ihe vessel founder- vd in a (01 ril'ic cale wltile ,-n ruau, to Honi: Kfuijr, lo ;i d'OKKAM. Kalis.. members of til wosihoiilid ruloi) I'ai-ifii eor iraln wciv. injarod here today when their train was derailed. Tlic locomotive- and mail car sidoswiped an easilionml p.issen also will, Kdnas when iboy sel in tnim. "V1V "'matcli.'s ho they will bo close ciionpl, to pin hew life into national name1 WEATHER REPORT Kast WHO JILTED HIM Thi> m-niiri ntc INNINGS PLANS TO Ulr ;ili MIiiH'li r II.L i. RP VI I I M -MI RETURN TO STAGE (ml News dtKii.-ilcli received f K'onir today. Finn teen IMS wells huaicd on Hit for an in-lixor train which was stamliuj.- on 1 by Mr. John l.oprz ,lis !k siliilli-r- 'pnte betwoen citizens occurred -V'air licicaboiif.-.-. I warmer wiih fnift A very lively tnink was br.umht j coast and probably ne ,r in from Tbnrsdayfthe coast. Tuesday fair and warntcr. ctumces (hat it will in, reaso OVi ..I ot the men was injured. n U'esi iilihouch the polic- 'iin- of i in-. cd by bis val, i. Kdward ox convict, win, disappeared MfXtCH tbo mnub'r. tliai ards'Mi s had lironf I hat Taylor was slum bv Kmil il its a< count, some ,naiutaininK il in the ins probed with a ininli ami others that it was poitton. Tuesday fair and wariih-r. .i.saiii. th us. lias for a played for ib, tllm will as.iin he scon on the in Jiimtaiy. He win appear in tu. is be in Hanp- ati.t UM ilma stoiv clerk bis fuiticc. lliss Hr.iibrr saiil ituni. naiKi- kipt IK- citne aiicry wln-ii she lie into a sli- s.iid. hvr lo a small lunch ibciv nfior in- tier lo drink ix portion lici- thc-n   

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