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   Advocate (Newspaper) - December 26, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                1 Filled DR.JACKKAHN Elxciuiiye OptomctrUt Welder Bltlg. Pbone 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION r% .FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMDUR Easy Termj Phone 159 I AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWtSf JN GENERAL; timely Topics DAILY ADVOCATE. THURSDAY 26, 192T Subscription: Per Annum1 NUMBER THERE IS no road loo IOIIK to tho man who advances deliberately ami without undue basic; no lion-1 or.s loo dl.ilmil tlu: mail ivlio himself for them with pa- FOOD IS Ihe lalirsi of the jjrent Industries Ui adopt the prlnciului; of HUNTER FOUND FROZEN TO i mass prcdiictimi and dislrlbution. j nnftL I I IU VI 'T__J T 4 CAUSES DEATH OF Heroism or rew Averts Disastrous Hospital Fire i m-fjimlxiulojis are lo lino scores of non-competitive pro- duels, thus giving the consumer the adviiulage of fucilHIeB that impi'orc ami ait costs. I I'orlmps ihe i only ri'inarkable j lliltiK about this new trend Is thai.) i' lias been so Ions in II is certainly logical thcvt (lie most j essential and basic of tries shoulil adopt the metlimls wheroln- oilier iiiiliisiriirs L. J. SCHIWITZ, Victorian Victim of Christmas Hunting Accident have [irbfiresKed to a pufnt wlmve lljc-y arc llic greatest in history. The. liotisciviff of (ho future yhuiild Ret a superior food product for n lower price, oven as mass prodiic-lfoii lias nivuu us ck'lhes. anlomohiles, atriinsporla- tioii, sas and clcclrtc service mul a imiltilndt! of other commodiiles. A TAX OF FIVE per cent on tin- fitoss recoipts of common carriers of freight by motor vehicles aloiiK public hlKliwnys over regular I.onls J. Kcblwlly.. lit. manager of ihe Smith Texas Collon Oil Com-: pany's Kin al I'laceibi, was stricken j all indus-i while In (lie neiirh- borhood of his home al o'clock rniiiK and died ul Ibis morning at Ihe f Victoria Hti.ijiital, where he was j i conveyed in Ryan's iimbulanco ill three o'clock ill ihe afternoon. He seemed fo be in the best of health before .suffering the stroke and wa3 looking forward happiness lo a reunion of bis family on Christ- .Mr. was widely known throughout this section and very highly esteemed. lie wus the son j of Mii.-bael -.'.ml Koni.-sc Ilersuer; Hrhlu'ttz. natives of div 1 eeased, itnd wus bom at Antler, Cjn Comuy, September 1ST The Mechanical Age 1'uiit.cs baa been held vulid by the Define he reached nianboud he was United Stales Supreme fopcralmK a cotton Kin and from The operators of such jlilii" lo Iflll hail charge, of Ibe j lints opposed the tax on the srniiiul (at I'nniiin for the Five Nurses, three Fire Off JcialS. 3Hd AISO Injured. lhat a similar levy was not made .-lEainst oilier frelslii carriers, but the aiiprcme Courl huld iliiii the tired from ti jiisij. different chissifieation was fk'd; because of the more fr life uf liie hi.Klnvays and (lie couse- iinc.nl dcsiruution thereof, as well as because of Ihc additional ilau- Xurs placed tipon the public. Tliis seems 10 pnint the way by which slates make the common carriers iisini; automobiles and trucks resnlarly pay something to keep the roadbed in repair. by the South Texas Cotloa Oil Company, lie re THEIR LIVES; !I EMD Refuyio Gonzales, 23, Unin- vited Guest on Hunting Trip, Loses Life. in linage from 11 Jil Company, lie re- k bis employment tujBraved Deadly Fumes ofj father's osii.ii: and i Burning X-Ray Films to Save Others. S25 asain the l-'anniii Kin. The past four years he was iu charge of the sin at i'lucedo. .Mr. yehiwiiz is survived by bis wife, formerly .Miss Moiiie Al- bruclit. the daughter of Mrs. L. C. Jl LAN.SlNG.'.Mich.. Dec. A doctor, five nurses, three, fire of- ficials and an.orderly ivhose brav- ery and'levcl-heatledness (weried a j Christinas., night, disaster in Ilie i Albrechl of Ander; two .ions, i'res- lon..U. of nato of the- Texas A. uixl il. today from deadly fumes; pi'le wttli (he and (he lat- ;nnl Mil1 haul A. The nurses, doctors and firemen. I rf.-aliy.ing the danger of the deadly risked their uwu lives as lo ir.id.L-- ,i tre.shman at the A. and .M. ti.icV-. while, at the same time help I lone daughter. to iM> the general tees, some of tolll. went up and down the-; 'Irs. Arnold of Victoria. closing Ilie slecl doors; Mrs. v. I-'. Alln-crht and .Mrs. K. C. j hospital wards and private! rooms. Dr. Milton Shaw, chief of of the St. Lawrence Ilospit visitor al the Sparrow Hospital ivblcl, is used to build roads. MINING, always a basic i, and development of nf cirilization. plays a part steadily iiiercaslns iinpnriance in the progress nf Ibe I'niied Slates. The iniltiNlrial projects of Ilie time caused a tremendous and almost insatiable demand for the base mclals. file telephone, elec- tricity, radio, iiiiliimoliile. railroads metals.such Industries as these could 'not exist. As the minini; industry grows Us beiitfil.s lo the iiaifwn at am' greater and more widesprend. More and more people are supported, di- rectly and indirectly, by mininir and Ilie mclal-proiliicius states prosper accordlncly. H Is only common sense in the duvelopmcnl of .he iniuin, diislry by mesas of fair and reason alii'! loKislatlim and lasalion. Alhreclu "f Ander and Mrs. A. I-'. Albredtt of Colettuville. Hurial was made al Ander af'terimoii ai R-k, (lie ctir- OL'FOIKS OM A HOUPAV VISIT (CopjHfit.77.ji n.i STRUCK ARM I Found Necessary lo Ampu- WiU i i-i- H-..-.I.1.. i r tins vigil tic uli ile.ul from IKI OE, III Companion Finds Body on San Antonio Bay Shore Near Atistwell. SOUGHT HIS LOST DOG Dog, Cold and Hungry, Watching Over Master When Body Found. A .swircli for (lie life of U. II. (link) t'nulk, 1C ivhii V.MS fniiuil ,ic.ia lyiiie face 'ilownwiiitl on ilii. s in Antuiili) slioi-c ilimit fortv fuel from tlic vviUcr's Tuebil.u Uriel-noon liy hnniiiiK comp.iu- iun, N. II. Miirtiu; 10 ,ilw of mimi.nm1B leaving the Coldniau-VValiirs'ivJicii the x-ray started Ui-v. I siaoiildcr parly Christmas niglii. _ J. l'cl.wr. iiastor of Uu1 Kivsilr. in liie. "iFENHEY EMPLOYES' CORPUS BOND CHARITIES CHRISTMAS BONUS VOTED BY 7 TO 1 DISTRIBUTE 120 l.iitlieran Church of tliisj by the Fire .isitmt-nl and hospital staff ,are iuniler way. The hu.sjiital employees city, coiuliirleil llu; rites. TOTALS Dec.- overwhelming nuiorlly of akoul 7 lo 1 was given five miiiiie- BASKETS TO POOR': tate Member and Died of Loss of Blood. An accidental shotgun re- i ceiveii Christmas Day proved fatal iilghl.to Gonzalez. 23. 'Ihe sou of Mr. and .Mrs. l.upc Con- intiiivited Attest ot iiatry uroiirfetor of 11 of ihjs ,.jty. on a Me appeared at Hie t.-iiaiirant dressed in new holiday attire at noon while Cm vines itiul i a companion, .lose Maria Carlos, jwere preparing ID leave on the ti'iii laiKl omipiod a hacli sen! with :Carlos in the restaunuit man's crunch. i Corvines was cirivmg bad 'his donble-bio-relled sbnt- isiin loaded with 5 front scat ne.vt to hini. When Ihe parly ic-ac-hed a point in the Spvins 'reek cnmmunity a few miles nnrlli of city ,-ibiiiit o'clock reached for' the nr 1 I Clmslmas bunns 1" 1 siven five immie- .o'clock reached for' the AhEO MOTHER OF 1 ATE so ami vawM ,iu. HULU mUlltLH Ul LHJLjpaiients w-ere unaware of .be fire., mials this vear. I uf in il... mnnicipal food. eMbcs fc nc inuu B uiinQOWi' (ivmiy in !Jn. JUnil D, nUUOUH TrVIP CnniT PTnDCC receiving bonuses. TX I't'DI'leof Victoria Christ- !llrm DIIDirn AT 01 UntO 'include associates in Ibe com- 1'tees. The vote for hy the United Chariu'es, jn n 1 KHHUII I r Drn'i _ Mm _ BURIED AT BEEVILLE AS TRAFFIC i-iiiiircsiiuii on si reels ami sjrow-s. with conseiptenl Increased ai-cideni rec- ord, I lie wiso mnloiisl iiiUuYally considers safely features in liin car. He looks tinder the i-hiiiiui: sur- face knowing Unit a gom) paint joli may conceal a mnliiiiido of weaknesses. Tin- materials iisni. the of slrnln that braces aiidi jnillts can wllh.-tand. such thiiiKsl as Ihc-sc. within the province of the j nnlomijlive may ,'it llfi'-saver ill case of an accident, Tlie Vk'lorin frieiuls a" imiM'HUlJUires uf Mr A. Ijivone Itmi- ni. son. mntluM1 nT Ur. .lulin isliirk of Ihi.s iity. will b..-, fci rif tier ocfnrrtMl Hie boiuc of her jMni. Huilnon, In IXiy. l-'H'e sons survive. Tde riniernl was lu-IU nt [lycviHe tlii-s ;unl atttMiiU'il by ;i iinnibi'v of VICTORIOUS OVER A inelude associates in the com- paiiy's not) stores tlirotigluiut tli :country mid in the Xew York', St. I.cnis and district offices. has made it a practice lo glt'c yearly houuses. The amount of The Texus Frnit KloVe empl'iyce's bonus is determiu- five, a member of ilio local Cily'i'd by Ilie miniber of years of ser- for the street wiilcuins is sue was B57 for. 51 againsl; rtuO incinerator, fiafi for. 5j aRaiust; afjainsl; jlD.ouo for storm seners, IS s' fur' (T sanit.vry five, a member of ilio local Cily.i'd by Ilie miniber of years of ser- I.eaKiic. Cbrisliai'is Day la Han An-j vicr. and salary. All associatesshar-, TLJCCT flf touio eked out a is to 20 victory [ini- in this year's bonus ivcre in' III.! I Ul LEADS TO REPORT (International N'vws Kervicel Tlie nationwide manhunt for i'd Chicaco .u'liiifrstcr. was -mm-d loilwy willi tin- release of (.'ills in .ill price classes are suspect held al Nucules. Arizona. ins Ihe all-steel hody lo Insure I W.eater protection for passeimol iilnllK with the- older safety a plainivs. U is tln  jl'nce. former Sun Aulonio hiKl, stars, were the main HM-S (lf (n in iiiliiis ill' the hventy points for: Mrs wn tlir ii.iii _, rt-coiviim iln- The have a mi.ch better lhaii Ibe nne of I.MI sca.-inn and are certain to finish up in the City League slandinc. AjiKiistn 1..T1. in Hnrw of Ihe worL fm m. With the exieplinn of a num- ch.irne piobably would have slrm-k her of cash donuiious. practically; him in the face, an the cbmcms of tho iwskets' kmnv Knn un- Here c.inlrlbtttcd (o the ovsauiza- had bold ot tbe lieu lhat itnnniiliy after tin- city's poor. til he beard tbe report. lie Ihc ivinmded man to tlie The United Chariiies. takes this: Hospital, where il was found nr- means of tbankini; all who in any j ccFsary to amputate his at bellied lo make the project shuiilder. He remained biuiser Caulk and Mariin leu I'.iLu.iO's' neai-iy Ihree weeks ago on the Ilonsebnat Ilacrunn on un .ill inn ter.hmniiiK cruise down (lie idast. to tioekporl. t.ast Fi idai thev e.isf anchor in Kan Aiitnuin oif mil tlni 7 iilirlit went ashore with tliur tlnee ilnss. After IHIUIIUK'until mnlnulil they leturned to the boat ami Ihe success that it was. Tbe city circuit opens Janiinry o. olnnie wax cipaiits In bonus checks weio: Miss Kramris Crban. Oilier parli- .Mrs. Deli'ine linrke, Mrs. HathV l.ce Calhoml. Miss Triuc Miss I.oriiine Knehl. Miss Cecelic ami Kleanor Kaufman. them iu jail. OF HOLDUP HERE Il is erroneously repiirled that Ciilhnnti anil Suns' Ororury was held up and rohhcd of j'JiKi a few days f'enr liol.....s slide Innr orani-cs; from a tree in (he Calhoiin denre yard the grocery vvhicii (irnhahly Kavi- rise.in the r, pori. FALFIiBRIAS STORES ROBBEO OP GOODS Sainrday morning about ij'i'loek 1'anlk went lishore in iliun imly skiff to search fm tlie Jlf mid Martin lie would lema.n ashorf ihiit diiy and niglu if be did not find tiie Ucii; soijiier mil would rinv back nncil (lie li.ii ifui calnr For three lupins -ivvaitld his return and Tuesihu cticrnuuu lie waded ashore in w  liisi. retained anil used as i aiippoit fin his weakened and In i ninlu.il bnch, was found nearby. The body wua linuted 11 tinarter of i mib .he uliere be limhd tlii-oo davs before. came near suc- dd after the liody anil went inlo tho i and huili a fire, it burning he reached the hospital and n v jail nielli. mornini: he l-as a ,e climb the stairs to the "Peralhm room. Tb, blood in his death at p. aalUorkics at IlLflulo and a dwarf hardly live I'aulk's relatives at I'al Iln l.-orn in bad l.iv; track 
                            

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