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   Advocate (Newspaper) - December 30, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                lilted DR, JACK K AHN iye 508-10 Bldg. Phont 233 ADVOCATE I FOf AFTERNOON EDITION- FOR FURNJTUHE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 SOUTHWOr W GENERAL. Timely Topics "THE TROUBLE with proliibl- Hun, and with all law enforcement in this cyuiilry, too much feuliug the laiv. Is for the little man Hroolilnui. THINGS SEEM to even themsel- ves up Iu time. Tito increase In pt'pnliillciu brought np the question ot more workers for the jo.bs to be hr.u. Then came the automobile. wMch made, thousands of plaees for worknioti. This was followed by the radio' irlile.li employs thou- sands In Us nianiif.ivv.lure. The next industry which luoins null which will require' many work- ers. Is. the. airphvic. As [ast .115 lliu ingenuity of man de- vii.cs a iiiuc.lilne to take the pluce1 of workers, the Ingenuity oE man creates new industries thai call for .ilill moro workers and so It goes. I'roblenis that loom large in tin; iliiilatu-ii have iy way of solving themselves as we approach them. IT IS INTERESTING to ruiirt every pan: in a while some of the ty-products wiiich tan be made from farm crops, bio'mctimes they iUV surprising ut the -same ifitiii add considerable profit to the crop. In the last annual remnt of the of Agriculture Mr. Hyde' lined a few. follows: "Kxccllent In.'t.'fcr can bu from straw, covn.Ualks.....artificial from sttaw starch, floni- from swuel potatoes Itiiyon from tho fmj. on i.ottoa seed.....dynamite, lino- I.MIII, flour, from peanut shells." One. of the jvoals beiiiR suimhl iiflcnllsls is the complete ulility cf Iho entire annual products, of (lie l'-rm which, accomplished, would Iu (bo revenue at tliu farmers niihoal increasing (he cost uf pro- due, ton, .'DURING A FIRE prevention canipiliRn in a leading American cily, yimniver school students .were A'ked lo write essays oti fire pre- vention. A winning paper said: "'Hundreds people arej Jdlled cWy year by fires. Mother was tlry-cIeaniiiK .some slothes, the gaso- line iRnlled and flumes were- all around but luckily she wasn't burned: -the sink was close so in c.onrse uf time -she (lie fire out. Otherwise wouldn't have had bed to sleep in. "Just the other, day i had several limit-lies in my back poekel. I got dyn'n on the floor lo KC( nail out ilie. side of our row boat, willed we were fisiim. I felt something ivann in the of my pants until couldn't stand I, any Inuser. 1 found nut all those inalcbcf cil wlien nmvc'd on the floor and burned the whole pocket out of my pant.s. Luckily, my panls were not iiillanimnMe or would have gone lip "in smoke." A 'liomvly obji-rt lesson Riven by child, illustrating conditions which cause fiv Subtcription; Per NUMBER 110 NEARBY TOWN HAS DEATH MY MISS JULIA FARRELL !rY j r A DIES THREE MONTHS leeward tor Austin Murderers Raised to 000 AFTER HER SISTER! x x x x K yf Ctf? Victoria Ideal Region for Raising Satsumas 'mitral semens were held at Kt.' .Mary's Catholic Church at igj o'clucl; this morning fur Miss Julia i Farrell, 52, whose ilealb occurred! Saturday night at i'e months following Hie death! her sister. Miss Kale farrall, irJiom.nhu succeeded arf local agent' ot the Texas Company. Hhc was! the last aiirvlrins member of thej family. i Miss Pan-ell died nt the Victoria Hospital, where she underwent a major, operation over a mouth URO. Her condition became unfavorable nlmui a week aso, when her heart. begun !o fall. Her condition also) was rnmpliciitcil by deep Brief nvoi-j the dralh of hei- sister. i'.lisx Julia Harrcll. the daughter of Peter l-'iirrell. a native of Ire- land, and Klleu Kecf Karroll, a'lia- lire of Viclorla. uotb deceased, nan liorii in V'fciuriu December S. 1377. Her parents were annuls Mouth Along the Concrete i.Sum of Offered for Slayers of Wealthy Victorian. Te.vus' hest Pl-oinincndy known piy idelllified .SLAIN SEPT. 26 LAST tC Or DetecUve Agency. soldier (be- .Southern Confeder- acy. .Miss Farrell. like her sister, ivns- ereatly beloved becunse of her v.ide-j renvird of is now offer- -read charities and general use- U1' for infonnnlloii leading tn the. fulness. for Viclorla to and conviction cf the sneh highly esteemed iu [luiirdei-t-rj of I'resion Austin.! ihe course of few i Victoria capitalist nnd caltlemmiJ is mosi deplorable indeed ami was found slain in his hotel dom has tbn pa.ssiiii; ut any'rcsi-l room iii Hot Springs, Ark., last dents caused sneh dee-p sorrow. .September 27. The funeral services included additional reward of (liiiem llish .MHSK and burial was Posted today by the Austin made in Ibe Kversreeii Cemetery, icsl-.itc. informatiun may be com- Tliu corlcKe was over a mile loni; j n.nnieatcd cither lo the estate nt and the floral tribiilcs were very1 Victoria or any office of the J'ink- iinmerons and many of tliuni monjerion Detective Aseucy. beautiful. Tlie pallbearers 11. A. Absbier. K. K. PITV D AWCTD 1 man Walton. J. It. Wood. .V. j U' i 1 UHtWlu UHLL Jordan and .lumes McCrory (Kan' itisht Hev. j John Kliceban. assisted by Ifec. i t.ambeii Sebiel', conducied thej riles. i LEAGUE CHAIRMEN i CALLED TO MEET; G. OnrJerdonk, Pioneer .Nurseryman "lts ol >M'n SHrffM  boys arc dead aad ;i fourth Is seriously injmvd ID. day as a result nf jut crashini; into a crowd a, MM- tly- iiiK field whlb- ,o bml. Miss Dorulliy .Slm-kor. IT-ycar-ntrl iivlnirlx of llonslon. was iiltothiK tho plane. She suffered slishl Injuries Inn fiiiuied aficr dip ilcn, and wn.i: conr.-ycd tn her home in Honslon. or not the schedule will bo chanscd or altered since the' I.'- libiy. the snbjev, of a referee fov the entire season, completion of fair grounds building; conn and olher important matters will be discussed at Ihc session. beds as ihnimh killed In iheir T liristmaa to have the sand ;vnd snivel taken from Ihe build- VKISNDN. Te.v.. Dec. Ilinv .1 father shot five members >f his family and himself wilh a single- barreled shotgun vviihom eveiy an-akcniui: any of his vie- COXTUOVKHSY it-sj.i.i is. I in-specimen, t..sant controversy look n, Advocate office, is near twn "'streeu "Cilrl-v ______ w'lTeweuied: T" (Uiiernatiomil News Service) Vic-- vvl1" j Ihi.lr snnbwll. today snd ibeir fo, play in the circuit; tnrill ,o be exeeni win, -Monday. January 6. The srnup is cd known u, baakelball officials as lieview. The replied Committee. llle Meanwhile prohibition issue Stales (.Viccriirni-.iii .i.ii kF NATifiN PRY st'm iiiis- IXL. ilHIIUII Ufll 'sions by Hie Ueter- nu i tie tniiser win, dt-adU r !u -we fully ripe would ilonhtless In u.m-ceable flavor but in Us pr devehumielil Ui.ilf is (drive rumrunners. eiicA-R are still made In bis wink in bulletins issued by the of Agriculture. .Mr. ihe deadly "rst trifoliate lo Oils section. They are a Iwrdy .lapanese oranco blazed anew la controversies thiiiiiKiiotit (lie nation. (ims mizzled ihe police today. The bodies Ihe .1. ll.-iKSanl wore found intact in their i noi inehnled in ,h........u-act. which nave prominence to lln> .Vransjis lllso lesemble t u- aiiple and nnine, r 7 "sri- "lie- while the Ihvisiot, ,rf the Southern IMeifie Hailn.ad and T W.. i nc speeiinen ,s a euriositv. tince leaves it's ithese for xrafliifi; slock for smnas. '1'nday trlfoliiiti-s ciin he I CABTOONiST WILL: DBAWFOyBVflCATE liroadmiixleil, Diilli.tnr' Tiie.-iu are the throe cc edltni-ial eiirtoonists And in field oveivrowded with .ible 1111.11, It's li'Ke biliniiii.- for (lie proielT.fil Ihc haystack lo tnil Hi.; fruits wilh a dry imlp. i "wdlr hi haystack lo Mr. Dndordonl; used niois lias them all (Jnin Hal! Is Ibe Ace' His fairness seen Tlnx-c The father's body was foiinil across trbctl with ,bc sun I Ins on the floor and a nine near signed "J. P, Hazard." 1- ii.S. Wink probable will he com- idetcd tomorrow. The ROals and Ibi; Cily Vlclmia sciire on (he map as ,o be almost impi-rcepiible. Members of ihe Vic- toria Hoard of Trade declared that with said map therein allai-hed the pamphlets would no) be accepted by the board. And so Hie matter The of off Xev Two near lio.uor I'unncrs kill- i wounded by enast officers seriously found .Mission .Valley form hedges are now useii inn Krafiiiiu si M Xnrsery and j are ,111 all i some place's [Hull is open i. "Ument e- Qnlii A federal asent cvitiealiy wound- d in a ran, in Vonntville. Ca.if. A consluhle and deputy sheriff liy a Mexican yontli 'officers believe Ihc slayinps j place abon, Thursday nlKlit. ,1'ive children and ihe faiher wen- .-ill Mh.n in and their brains blown o--.i by charges. HI-.-M. (.ml; Tb ALL VICTORIA BOY SCOOTS INVITED TO BIG I All F.oy Sionts of viitoiiii ave invited In Iho Jtoy Scout XAVAI. CADIOTSillr. The examination Of eamliilates the easletsbip of this CoiiKrcssinji- a' Disiriet to by Profs. II. U'. 11. Alien and Snihei-lnnil took place ibis week. There were rive contcsliinrs. as follows: J. M. f.iihy. Hun Dieso: Houston Jones, G. Allen, (ialrcstnn: K. II. Cr.iln. CnrTo: c. w. and K. A. IVrrcnol. Victoria. The cxanlina- was v.-ry and the sliiiiilard of Hie j-oinii; u-cnllein.-n ml of ibal lion. 11. Crain. niciuber of Searcy. wilb Miss Mar- xre.ss from this ili.iiricl. bore off the .'ippoinimcnt. U'e coimratulale him siiKerely. all die more so be- LEAGUE WILL HOLD j NEW YEARS WATCH j Tin- oil! year will lin fan- I well hVlitnr f.ca.mu- of iTirst .Mcth.idisl flinrch Tuesday Till; (1OLD.MAN (SIX. Work is nrosre.sslns rapidly ,m A ihe (iiiMniiiu Oin. The large build- by mistake dnrinB inss. office, etc.. were i.-ionjilelei! Columbus. Kalis, hni we..Ji. .Mr. IJoWman has erecl- eil a larsi- stalidpip.; lo supply IMS Sin with water. Thus i, is HIM our in (lie cily dospairirii; t.Ver KCIII'MK an extension ttiiter works so as lo make il available fiml il sary to provide other im-aiis ply tliiimselvcs wilh The Ailviieati- of which have si delielonslv vo, They trailed on thrive 'thinklni; Is f in wi.b! i, nil, J' maste nnd points hi- fi are sandy ]aMnx ;1 xvashlnstoii as soil. They liavc not tjnn-it "Tlie t'nited Stales Coast cnard f-owvi- S'alloy b.-jhts Aiua'sonism is soins to enforce prohibition wilh 'fans..- ibe idhiival soil there r.Ke to his biiih bullets Instead nf soil words." wits a slatciiiuin mndo lotiay by Admiral C. Hiliu'.'d. roinnutiiilant of ,'oasi "K a liijnor smnsRlor di'fic.-. command to h.ilt he has "ei-iinsr- .if the iibiliiy ih.'ir ckmnii. will nios ,if the r-venins ami n- cansc of the .lt Afior .stnnt.flj-iiii; ovi'r ihi> t'irJd. f :t. .it Aliss Klockcr aitcmpini tn (and as :l swarmed over Ibe .mounds. Her ship hull l.xsl loo much sjieed lo set info the air for her to r avoid the crash. Come In your bi'sl T. )l. .Morrison, Jr. Chairman of Seoul l-Ved Snnday evriiliii: Ihe Mlbj.-el nf tin: M'l-iu.m by Hev. T. o. liorii'. iwstor. will lie "Jfarrlajre." li-nklim of cmirse. on the happy and youthful side of Iheir lile dream, men ,-inil ladles ivill a  makiim- of medical liijnor Meanwhile parly lines in vv.ish- inslon were brvlly divliieil wiib ilu> report   isn't In I srow lo pvofn -'the (oiiniry that can teep'tjnln ami nlso dn well; nail from drawing u cir iloon if hN.inlnd is coniin.od he nVht and e on his side! His brilliaiu'c apparcn, in IM- will, of ]IH vifted pen! Tltw .'led pro.if of his iblhlj H iinalitits "very in the absolute, cum-; (inaliiy of wnrli. the vveal.s, ,V.iiiy follon- illal "'as.-H. Atnciicn. And new ynu. i inatio oppoi Uluily t., follnvV him o wriv as slock for citrus trnil l.cfo introdnriion of ihrc JaiMiiese WEATHER REPORT of Tyler lo be district Judse ,.f ibe Third Judicial District fowl. TeNvu-l-'afr and wanner In ujn va-; niclit anil Tnesd .y monnced.cm.cy caused by West Tesas-Fair and J. ,i. 'warmer ami Tncsdav. Claimed He Was One of Ex- plorers Who Opened King Tut's Tomb. LECTURED ON SUBJECT So Companion Says But Many Inciuirics Fail to Confirm Story. COl.UMWJS, Dec .jij the body of ,i man held here Is that or Jonalhin S Imported from Japan by ami ion, who posed as Di. Canei's as- said he tt.ts inlenuiionally known as an auhacologisi At- tempts to verify Miivt storj tluonsli sent to nuiiieions cities Iu (he United States h.uu f.iilwl Miller said he me; the IIHK on tlid streets of l.os Anifeles and became Traveling fmil, cliy.to utj, Mill. said Carver lectured before, luncheon clubs. He told Millei ot bis past in tin, excavation ot King Tut anil said ihat he. like othui-, oniH-eied wilh Hint nu. a curse, ftis diarj LonUuaU TOiercnce to Kgyptian   

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