1 BIG BUILDING 1
FOOT IN CITY
Many Residence Per
mits Issued; $200,
000 In Commercial
♦ Houses Planned
nith construction already started
*n more than $17,000 worth of new
residence structures in Brownsville
since March 11, it is expected that
appPcation will be made for permit*
to construct approximately $210,000
Worth of commercial building* with
in the next few day*. George Hill
yer, city building inspector, said
The spring building boom has hit
the city and all Brownsville seems to
ae feeling the urge to build, the of
An unuaually large number of per
mits have been issued during the
♦arty days of the current month, al
most all of them for residences.
Among the business structures on
which permits will probably be ap
plied for during the next few days
•re the two-story office building of
Beabnry, George and Taylor, at
Ninth and Elizabeth streets, to be
erected at an estimated cost of $40,
000; the proposed new Southern Pa
cific passenger station, at Eighth
and Madison streets, which it has
been estimated will cost in the
neighborhood of $100,000; the new
home of the International Drug com
m P«ny. an estimated $20,000 job; and
the new Kress five and tan-cent store
•t 1013 Elizabeth street, for which
approximately $50,000 will be spent.
Plans are in the hands of contrac
tors on all these structures, and
ground has already been broken for
the drug store building. Bid* on the
passenger depot are to be opened in
Houston March 20. while bids have
already been opened for the Kress
building, and the contract will prob
ably be let Monday or Tuesday.
Among the list of building permits
Issued by Mr. Hillyer during the first
sixteen days of March were the fol
John Gregg, two frame residences
on Palm Boulevard, to cost $3,000
each; Proctor & Dudley, contractors,
r*. T. Canales, two-room addition to
4 residence on St. Charles street, to
w cost $1,200, W. A. Velton, contractor.
A. J. Lrrma. frame residence in Bella
Vista addition to cost $550, F. G. Fer
Milton Garcia, frame residence in
Alta Vista addition, to cost $700;
Berto Servants* contractor. Theo
dore Demetri, alterations to building
on Elisabeth street to be used as
Candyland confectionery, to cost
$2,000; Proctor A Dudley contrac
^tor*; H. L. Yates, two-room addition
r***dence on Levee street, to cost
$780; Barnes A Kemmey, contractor*.
W. Howard, brick veneer rcsi
fdence in Los Ebanos, to cost $4,000,
In addition there are several resi
dences under construction just out
aide the city limits, which will he
occupied by Brownsville business
residents, Mr. Hillyer said. Among
these is one for John Pipkin, which
— *• he*ng built by Barnes A Kemmey
*at an estimated coat of $5,200.
QUEEN—'Feet My Pulse” star
ring Bebe Daniel*, Richard Arlcn.
and William Fowell. Also "40,000
Milts With Lindbergh”; Aesops
Fables .and MGM news.
DITTMANN—"Monte Cristo” John
Gilbert featured. Also new* and
CAPITOL — "Ramona," starring
Dolores del Rio In a United Artists
picture. Also Pathe news. Topics of
the Day. and Technicolor.
TEXAS—"Kid Sister." feature pic
ture. International news and com
edy, "Nick Neck."
v QUEEN—"The Latest From Parts."
With Norma Shearer. Also Our Gang
eomcdy, "Do* Heaven .*
DITTMANN—William Fox. pro
ducer, presents Sally Phipps in
•High School Hero."
[CAPITOL — (Tuesday only) —Uni- j
varsity of Texas Glee club singing !
the Texas cowboy ballads. ’ Th* i
greatest male chorus in the sec
TEXAS—“A Hero F--r a Night." J
feature picture. Also a Mack Sen
nett eomedv, “Divorce Danger.”
QUEEN’—"The Showdown,” star
ring George Bancroft. Also .Educa
tional comedy and news.
DITTMANN —"FashUn Mad.ms,”
featuring Claire Windsor.
m CAPITOL — (Wednesday and
’ Thursday)—“The Forbidden Wom
an." starring Jetta Gouda!. Also
Pathe Review and comedy, "Busters
TEXAS—“Rich Man Sons," feature
picture. Also International news
and comedy, "The Prince and the
QUEEN—“Under the Tino Rim"
featuring one of Zane Grev's pop
ular rovela. Also comedy and “Buf
falo Bill’s Last Fight," and a Tech
DITTMANN—“Lady Bird" star
ring Bettv Compson.
CAPITOL— (Friday also) —“Rin
Tin Tin in "A Race for Life." Also
Pathe news, sport light, and eomedv.
TEXAS—“Splitting the Breeze."
feature picture. Also “Trail of the
Tiger” and eomedy, “jhe Party
l *•"” _,
Forty and Eight
| . To Initiate Ten
(Special to The Herald)
SAN BENITO, March 17.—Ten men
who went through the terrors of war
on the western front in France will
have these scenes and expariences re
enacted for their epecial benefit here
Monday night, as thev will be initi
• ated into the Forty * Eight. American
Legion play organisation, at that
The ten are from different parts of
“I really thought I was back at
the front, only I don’t think it was
as bad in tha war.” aaid ono Amer
ican Legion man in commenting on
the initiation he went through in
Joining this organisation.
The initiations usually attract
much comment in San Benito, as the
neophvtes are led through the streets
mith chains around their necks, and
sr sfange eoatunes. and perform
fVher stunts around town. J
BEBE DANIELS NOW AT QUEEN
“Feel My Pulse,” starring Bebe Daniels will be a featured attraction
at the Queen theater today and Monday. It is a finished comedy of
the popular type to which Miss Daniels is so well adapted.
GILBERT SHOWINGAT DITTMANN~~
“Monte Cristo** is a play taken from the ever-popular novel written by
the famous Frenchmen, Alexandre Dumas. John Gilbert plays the title
role and is ably supported by Renee Adoree, film favorite. F.stelle
Taylor is also a member of the cast.
Be At Capitol
Jane Kelly and Boys nre on the;
Big Time art scheduled for the’
Capitol theater on Monday and
Tuesday and it eomes in the way
of an extreme novelty act. Jane
Kelly, nationally k'own for her
voice and instrumental talents prom
ises the best act of her career this
The sketch Is titled “Her Birthday!
Party** and Is filled with comedy J
harmony singing and instrumental,
numbers and th» k:nd of entertain
ment that readilv anneal* to every-*
one. M^not-er Fannine *trt“* that
he Is well pleased with the acts,
that hav* anneared and to apperr!
at the C“n?toI this s«ason and
promise* T^ne Kelly and Boys as one
of the best.
In correction with the vaudeville
Monday evening will be Dolores del
Rio in “Ramons,* a popular favor
ite. Tuesday they will play be
tween the showings of “The Forbid
den Woman," starring Jctta Gouda!.
! Application to Buy
Bus Line Withdrawn
SAN BENITO, March 17.—Applica
tion of N. R. Brown and E. G. Brown
I to purchase the Point Isabel-San Be
; nito bus line from E. C, Tuseth has
' been withdrawn, it was announced
here by Tuseth.
The application had teen filed with
1 the state bus division of the railroad
Sale of the Brownsviile-Point !s»
' . Ijt.j by N. It. Brown to C. A.
X'otert and Glenn Milum wrs per
mitted by the commission.
Water Blisters on oands or feet
will disappear after a few applica
tion$ of Imperial Kcren.a Remedy
Ail druggists are authorized to re
fund vnur money if it faila.—Adv
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Dent Theatres, Inc.
Present the stars of ,
“Flesh and the Devil**
Today -In -
Monday nrvHE DRAMA of • love which
- I knew no bounds of rea
Continuous A !on: Mother love! Pas
__ sionate love! And a love de
From 1:00 fiant of suffering and disaster.
P. M. Maternal love smiling piti
ably through heartbreaks!
— Added —— A surging romance suggested
Comedy and by Tolstoi's immortal novel,
Rialto News “Anna
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Webster Safety Order
Of Central Power
(Special to The Herald)
SAN BENITO, March 17.—S, L.
Manley of this city was elected as
the president of the Daniel Webster
Safety club of the Central Power 6
Light company at the second meeting
of the year held by this organisation
Thursday night at Weslaco.
Miss Dorothy Brandon, also of San
Benito, was elected secretary.
About 300 employes of the power
company assembled at the meeting,
and were welcomed to the ^ity by
Mayor Dave Kirgsn of Weslaco.
J. D. Preston of the company’s en
gineering department; the newly
elected president, C. B. Raney, pro
tective device expert, and 3. L.
Thomson, illuminating engineer,
spoke at the meeting.
These gatherings are held every
other month, alternating with public
relations meetings of the organisa
Manley succeeds Dan Woods as
Lions at San Benito
Get 2 New Members
(Special to The Herald)
SAN BENITO, March 17—Three
new members were take ninto the
San Benito Lions' club at the meet
ing here Friday, the new members
being Alvin Polsin, Frits Edwards
and Jefferson Wrenn.
A. L. Montgomery, local attorney,
talked on service, and the club an
nounced that it had received $200 as
its part of the proceeds from the
Lions' Frolics. This money will be
used to purchase playground equip
Miss Daniels Here
In Popular Film
Whether Bebe Daniels got the idea
! during her recent illness with in
| fluensa is speculation but it ia sin
| gular to note that the title of her
newest starring comedy for Para
i mount is "Feel My Pulse” which
j will be at the Queen today.
The role portrayed by the dash
ing star is a departure from the
j parts she has been identified with
| during the last two years. The
story hv Howard Emmett Rogers,
?>*! Pulse” concerns the ac
tivities of a girl who is a near in
valid in her own mind. Certain
situations, however, help her "re
gain” her health.
Production on "Feel My Pulse”
j headed by Gregory La Cava and
j with Richard Arlen opposite Miss
j Daniels. Other members of the
'•ast are George Irving. Melbourne
j Mar Dowell. Charles Sellon. Heinie
Conklin and William Powell who
| does some great work as a bootleg
MAKES LOOP RECORD
ST. PAUL, Minn., March 17.—(>P)—
j A new world s record of 1,433 con
| secutive loops in an airplane was
j established today by Charles (Speed)
Holman of Minneapolis, beating the
I .ormer record by more than 300.
— NOW SHOWING — I!
I OH, DOCTOR! I
Week After Week the Best M? Heart ** RunninS So Wild! 1
Show in Town
Sho Loved and How! b%3p*^
Extra Added Attraction
Thrp”°urc E^RteSdf10* C“re<1! B’UeS V“n‘8h' Grouches turn W.
I * When beautiful Bebe decides it’s nicer to be
fj cuddled than coddled, and romps into action!
The comedienne with “It” was never friskier
* MILES or funnier. Folks laugh who never laughed be
1 WITH fore!
j UNDBIRGI. - ... , „r„„
More thrilling, more dram- Aesop S Fables — MGM News
I atic than any screen story
ever written Queen Theatre Orchestra
JANE KELLY IS AT CAPITOL I
The above picture is of Jane Kelly and boys who are to be in Browns
ville Monday and Tuesday in a popular vaudeville act at the Capitol
theater. Miss Kelly is noted for her talent in singing and her instru
1 ment act has caused much favorable comment wherever she goes.
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Book Is Screened
The story of the adventures of
that famous fiction character, “Mon
te Cristo,” is row a popular book
at the public libraries. This is at
tributed to the announcement that
the picture of that name will have
a revival at the Dittmann theater
today. As long as romance lives
there will be a demand for this
marvelous tale written in the nine
teenth century by Alexandre Du
mas, the elder, famous French play
wright and author. It is a story
enjoyed by boys and girls, by mid
dle-aged persons, and by elders. It
is one of the few novels that al
most any consistent reader can say
he has read two or three times.
The screen version of “Monte
Cristo” was made hy 'William Fox
and was directed by Emmett J.
Flynn, the director, who made a
reputation for himself in his pie
Today and Tomorrow
Marguerite de la Motte
— In —
“The Lost House"
— Also —
A Good Comedy
Admission 10c and 25c
tur*, “A Connecticut Yankee.”
Gilbert plays the title role in the
photoplay, and Renee Adoree, who
scored a triumph with him in “The
Big Parade” is a featured member
of the cast. Estelle Taylor is also
among the stars of the film.
Renee Adoree and
j — In — i
The World’s Greatest
Romance that Runs the
Gamut of Human Emo
The most widely read
story ever written with
the biggest thrills ever
recorded by a camera.
“Hold Your Hat”
DOLORES DEL RIO
One of the Best in Years
Pathe New* Our Supreme
Latest in News Orchestra
Our Wonder Topics of the Day
Organ Literary Digest
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The Best Show in the Valley Today
Monday — Tuesday
Her Birthday Party
And take it from
Coming Wednesday, March 21
Under Auspices Rotary Club
University Glee Club
Direct from Austin
Limited Tour in the Valley
Hear Them in Brownsville
Reserved Starts Monday morning
« Capitol Theatre Building,
oeat Admission $1.00 — Students 50c
Sale Balcony, unreserved, 50c
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of the potatoes. Additional potatoes
recovered over hand digging will pay
for machine the first year. I
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