Advocate, May 2, 1929

Advocate

May 02, 1929

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Years available: 1885 - 2007

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Advocate (Newspaper) - May 2, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, strong and slylisli. They arc wearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyejight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURN-TURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND Easy Terms Phone 1S9 Ceo. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSf IN GENERAL. Subscription: Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 2, 1929. NUMBER 252 Timely Topics I.AUQH and the world lauglis witn you, Weep and yon v-'ecji alone.---YVII- (Jl'X. WHY SHOULD every cross-road sidtleiiie.il di-slrc. above almost overrthhiK else, to add population hcforc- tin! taliiiij! of tins census of Is it becaime Americans value alt- ahovj all otln-r attributes that make a (Onimiiuity dtsirahle? Or, I- thei-e some real ailvnntiiKe thai accrues t-j eatli to'-vn that n iiopalatiyn by as miieli CONGRESS HAS SET tile oj the nation a. woeful evldbitiou of disregard fur law. No tlonineiil of the mi'inlK-r.-; of the House lias taken phice since although the.constitution, so t oxtullcd hy congressmen. Mays that lhit membership of the House of shall he assignee tj the stales in proportion to I lation every ten years. cerlain states have In en robbed of ivprr-fi-nta- lii.ii, alllitwsli nelually Hill? real lias been drnuv However, il is a HOTLY siu'cla'lp when the law- makers, of the country disobey the kv, and their duty. TWICE A YEAR pnti- lisliers ari- to print the- names of ilmso ownini; one iior 11 nt or more of their This n caused the iiuidic i-i Itoston to learn that the Internal- tinial Taper Company had one-half interest in two of their a Tivxas iirti ami Tin' from mendstions for reorganization if v.-lwt sort of rcccnlion Dai: _ Miujrly In Clarke lletina of] eeded. llnlermuioiial Xvwsri-cl't dTaEGRAPHIG BHEFSPr-...... Mr. Xirjarks' n-iurds show Ilic (iilliiwitii; cull) shells during Ihii lal- riM- part nf Aiiril and early part uf 4S: May 1, U: l.Muy 15. I !K. in. J fiiili-rnational Xew.; left n. r..' i '.May ,s, d inil.-ii.iiu-ly n.un lurth. r ,-miMil. ,v 24, na. II Travel on Two Special Trains of 20 Coaches Each. TO BE IN PARTY f Houston Railroad Officials, i Employes and Families Form Crowd. ppurn lo rorm Tiu' i of tile Southnrn Pacifii: Mrs. Oliver Bearthlce of Strat- l.lnca and Iheir fiimilk-s to the Afternoon and Nicijit Sessions'wnni.er at fniiy four Held in Hearing on i Street Well. "f i______ tile idai-B where tlw (.'vent II-.IH THE OPPOSING CLAI MS i (.ommem City Of RefligiO ClailllS inc for Vielnm and will assist i I Special Powers from Re- public of Texas. Afier preliminary liiiiniiij.. al o'elrn-k yesi.-.-niay i iaflcrrim.n and lasting unlil Island, an ainusvmciU- llir arraimf-meuis tor it, :irt tnj the v.oincu anil diildrun ot In.e police regarding her conncc- lion with the myslcrious hill- io-clrjcl; last ll.e limipnrary Hie (Inadiilnnc River a. few o ,.i.u Iimn h'11-'-1' N lovoiv "rove of -u A ,r io-clrjcl; last ll.e limipnrary i tovcl, Conn., is ucMi'r (Htcstioneo i .u i 15 I r 1 restraining' order sranteil liy Iimn h'11-'-1' at length by undgcport, N lovoiv "rove of nc'-n J- x 1'' L-H as a vouian hater. a lo all. oil prnclncini; slates into; T.....mkr lia.-k Iu ll.nisluu. The was I ith'- City of JtefimirTs to hvsiv wlil ru" upavi and Ilia ills KimsHd lor .....uid will arrive at Pnimri- Ci.v- j" .Imm-s K. "i llu' fulllr" 6 JOKES ON VICTORIANS and .1. f.aiui-s of San Stonio al'ii ...un.-el for the. dtl'euil-: 'file S'oulll'.-ril jants and John Hoyle of th- firn- o! i Im-.s-i hantl wiil accompany I' Wliec-Ier and oi'llniny. Thr re will lui a linfeba a treaty. planning to stop in oUla- 1 tile .KovnriHir of tluvt state and i' I I! was on a (-old and slurniy IIii! (lian-Ii nndjsan Ant'inin and I'l'n.-ior. Vanu-ii aanm. fn-ld and Illicit siluiiK ab'iul lln- midrilp .if s Miju-lnnly fiimWini: at the door j Mit.-h.dl of j .wiminiiiv; mi'! hv ;u- loii.-, saw Iho wluinn; limilaliu.i anil ill- y r.., ,.o i( in nf 111" ilinuil. "f hi- ey- lull they did not tu il and li.i-l lii- li 11. aii.'st.'d :it Vai.-j I tiollj heavily ami'd afler Mr. mystery liad >'U i Icusi il. The "in. niver. II. r.. .1, IV I'ool srt of il'- land ua- nuir.1 Hi- -MI-- nnivpisily th.-> pnidi.-i M. imiinaied FOBB1DQEN IN GEORGE NATURE MADE Ihe sliine fil i EETTER BE FIRED with enlhil- siarin lor than for n-ial of l.iltle. j ri'v k a 1 lu- M, si. -an imni T ,1 Hie winrdev of her, n( ily h.-. w t-, a t: UHUU- of a.i n ,n n I !ei !'''iso- ihif, ii-nl Mr a iirajer ih.vt. while whu hud S.in: 111.: lii.-i Th- l.illle ivollK-.li tried and; IVin- to VAI-1'HM A. 1-a-. M-iy A i i" nni- 111 ,nin 111 i-'i til 'I'. Aunivr. Inn, nnvi, a, lorn. -n, n: oi Ti-mV ik, ,1 I" hy .h- ai.d ,o live ]hi ,.r Coiuinui'il oa j.nse [hiollit-rs. iiimimuii .n<

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