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Advocate (Newspaper) - June 12, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Frame." Nol only the latest, but comfortable, strong and ulylisli. They we wearing tlicm now. DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION, FOR FURNiTUHE AND GAS STOVES SEK HOLLAND OTUR Easy Terms Phono 159 Geo. H. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSI' IN CKNKRAL. Subscription: Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 12, 1929. NUMBER 287 Timely Topics GREAT TRUTHS ure portions of the K'jul of man; Crtcat souls arc imrlluns of etern- ity. -LOWKI.U WHERE DOES all the ruin HO? (jucsLion is answered by the Cjcohitficid Survey sifter a three- year study of ttie i'ojm-iaiig basin in Connecticut. wisvvor is in- "About 41 iwlio.s of water falls annually as rain or snow in this basin. inches, of flows out of HiU haMii through fitrcaniii. TwiMity-thrt'u im.-he.s of it ti; the ulmosplK-ri? by tho invisible process's of evapora- tion from tliv soil, wiiler surfaces, E'.ml surface objects and he ins drawn hy roots of plants and Riven off through their leaves, "Of the IM inches of water that is carried away by the streams, 12 never gels into tho ground but Immedhitfiiy runs off. About 8 in dies of the river water finds its way underground and roup- IH'Lus in riiriiiss anil Keeps. "Enough wiitf'i1 to cover the eraug bus-in area to a depth of live or six indies is every vein1 drawn from iimler ground hy the root.1; of plants and released into tho NO MAN what hi! can do until he. trios, anil. Just as import- x MOVE TO KILL NEW MARRIAGE LICENSE LAW IS DEFEATED 1 Miss Austria Crowned at Galveston as Miss Universe x X X X ant, no one knoivs do until ho trios. wlmt lie can' WHEN THEY resign limy cet a C'tter. "It is will] Uocp regret thai Liccetit as yiiuf ilecisimi titiie, elf and etc." AUSTIN, June movement to rcpeul lliL- new marriage law rci- quiring three days notice of inten- lion to wed was nipped Tuesday when ttic House committee on judiciary killed a bill by Uoprcseit- lallve Hum Gates of Itunge rcstor- tup: the old regulations with velor- cnce to issuance of nmrriuge licens- es. The new law, which requires tho bililesrouni to obtain a health cer- tificate, will become effective on Ji no 13. SAYS FEES TOO HIGH. AUSTIN, June Iliut lite costs of celebrating the rites of matrimony iu Texas arc now "beyond the reach of all class of Texas citizens duo lo acl-i lias-sod by tho -list Representative Sum (Jittea of Kuiige Mcmdfty introduced a bill abolish- ing all laws regulating the obtain- DALLAS Ing of marriage licenced. I Tho law passed by the regular rudjuirliij; three days' notice, bcrforc a marringe license can hoi iiv-ned also requiring" a doctor's certificate lo show physical ability, SOPS iulu effect June 13. It is esti- Swedish Princess May Be Future Queen of England Along the Airways ni nor nrnnfjin mi iliUNU Six Olher American Girls Listed Among First Nine Winners. OPTIMISTIC farmers are Cull ot hope-, cxiJuclins liiM Congress will ilo somiMliini; liiiil will lielp thorn by Hie crops. GIRL IS FIFTH Miss Austria Assists Father in Leather Goods Shop in Vienna. GALVKSTOX. June mated that the law makes notes- j The crown of "Miss Universe" to- sary an initial marriase expense ol MO for fet-s alone. EVERY YEAR, as thousands of additional automobiles en mo into the accident risk increases. This is bt'ing otfi-et to a great PxU'iul by tlie trend in automobile. construction and modern highway lllltiLfitl. I'lOient-day with four-wheel drakes, glasa ami boiiics, ttie rider max [run in of median i nil protec- tion. In an emergency any one o. features may very easily moan lite difference hoiween a fa- tality and a slight mishivi. The new trend in high way bmhl- inj; is likoH'it-t: comlncivo, to the lujrht'-st possible decree of safely, specifications tall [or v.ider roarls, ninny of them capable cf carrying four cars abreivM, with smooth "non .skid" surfaces and li.inkci! I urns. New mails are being built and old oads rebuilt fo conform lo modern of safety nml comfort. Motor twrors arc imni: all-steel hodio> and equipping their macliine-s with modern- As a re- mit, in spite of liijfli speed driv anil heavy traffic', motoring da liters ;ivo, beins minimized. THE BEAUTIES of Victoria very often just happen, hut they won't he iv insist, on rested on the dark Irenes 01 "Miis List (.lolthir- The new marrin.se license law, in belter of Vienna, who last uitflH si'lwtancc, is as follows: jwas adjudged winner of the Fourth rersons who desire to marry j IntenrV.iojial Pageant t ho r i 'i- T I'rolessor (IL l-Kmoniv uf t it: i i .Imlsc .1. 1. Line- Se'iiaU-. when; it will be tinally en- Itichwl A.' Alhells ills" tinman, Arthur M. Croon, V. S. Fritz and A. It. AU-xamlor. In liiu1 oar pulifiy. we will withhold a it that THE SWEET thiiiRs ki tiiat snninief moon has n vcn P'.tHlinr rffci-t upon tlie bold JIIH lianilsfjine hoys, hut llu1 effect I tic uiijon as lonipa lo in" iho y, t. FOR A NUMBER of years we horn mildly with tbo sumo of the rmi-iy Imisms ;u-f tho fn.un of vol- Von prohiihly ho.tr'l of til'1 tion of I ho niosi pop- inoHl handsome, thr this of Ihe rnrnpiH. f: Iv rxi usaU1e for Ihe young I hulk's to ilflriiniue nrnsl hcau- llfiil." wo J.-OH liltlo i llif up rh- hill iht- 11'HK-t' CPU Thnrnlay. A l ;i loiu'cii'iiio attciidt-d hy oi Ibf (.infernos on lli.1 hill and ;d iL'iianis. with tlviv honorary nii'inbors. Tlw nf dub J> in improve tmliiions on list; farm anil nine. farm. Iculins f, ll f Tuirs-ihiy Thr r ni MH fin-tiler lo the n Con-j.ui'i ayr rli''1 -l-ii.led io bvhii; Ihe in th': in the in a taoltoil to di y iho Al lime. ]-..v T iould :imve Ui i ive- i'ither to ai f.ui
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