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HOOVER HOPES
RELIGION DEAD I
AS RACE ISSUE!
G. O. P. Chief Hopes
Friends Will Hold
Silence; Plans At
Least 5 Speeches
BV JAMES L. W EST
Associated Press Starf Writer
WASHINGTON, Oct. 1.—VP)-Her
bert Hoover it earnestly hop* ':
that his clear-cut announcement oi
the religious question will serve t<
prevent overzealous workers in hi I
party from adverting to thi* subject j
during the remainder of the cam '
paign. either by written or spoken
word.
There probably is no subject upor
which the republican presidential
candidate feels more deeply, as hi* |
repudiation of the Caldwell letter in
dicated, and he oTten ha« erpre**-*-*
to those around him the keen regret [
that this matter has been brought
into the campaign.
Hoover on more than one occasion .
has made known his view that a po
litical fight along religious line* no* >
only violates the very fundamental]
principle upon which the Republic\
was found, but also is fraught with
grave danger to the country since it
aligns one body of citizens against
another in a warfare which might
have far-reaching effect. •
Hoover’s hope had been that hr
original derivation to the party
workers through Chairman Work, of
the national committee, and his vol
tintary pronouncement for religious
tolerance in his acceptance address
would clarify the atmosphere in th*
resp«ct and permit the president!*’
contest to he fought out on the real
issues.
Having again made his position
clear in two statements concerning
the mimeographed letter sent out
over the form signature of Mrs. Wil
lie W. Caldwell, republican national
committeewnman from Virginia
which urged the women to save th<
United States from being "Roman
ized,” the republican candidate turn
ed today to preparations for the final
five weeks' drive of the campaign
While his plans for the time ensu
Ing until election day, November fi
• re far from complete, hr will make
• t least five more major addresse
before the voters go to the polls
f)ne of these will be delivered a*
aome large western city while he i
fnroute to his California home and
•nother will he from Palo Alto on
flection eve.
England to Admit
Aimee McPherson
LONDON. Oct. 1.—f/n-Official
announcement was made today that
tfca home secretary will not prohibit
Mrs. Aimee Semple McPherson. I.or
Angeles evangelist, from landing in
England "on the ground merely that
she may advocate religious beliefs
and doctrines of a controversial na
ture.”
Like most every other alien, how
ever. Mrs. McPherson must satisfy
the immigration off jo?* *t the port
d arrival that she may pronerly be
fllowed to land within the term's of
fr' aliens order of 19_«.
Gun Battle Victim
Buried at Edinburg
fcDINBL RG Oct. 1. T he alleged
liquor runner, who was killed in a
running gun fight with United Etntes
border patrol officers about seven
miles south of Weslaco, was buried
here Sunday morning after the hodv
had been identified by a cou«m an ’
brother of the man, as Pioquiot..
Morino who lived on < ongregaejon
Ochoa Ranch at. Tampas. Mexico
Alex Champion. chief deputy
sheriff of Hidalgo counfv. claims to
have r
dead mao as Cantos Maldonado who
escaped from the county iail here ap
proximately two yea*s *go.
WKA1 ih r vi MM ARY
Cloudy and unsettled weathe* r>h
tains in the r ?ntral Plain* state* an.|
the upper Mississippi and Missouri
Pirley*. under the influence nf «
low pressure area eentral in Okla
' horra. 29.64 inches at Oklahoma 'ity.
- Temperature* are higher in these lo
calities. except ir the uppe, Mis
souri valley, where a decided drop
in temperature occurred. Tempera
tures have also fallen in the nmth
er!y Rocky mountain and southern
Plateau states, in connection with a
"high" central over Nevada. :»0.!8
inches at W innennirca. Nev . a* d in
the northeastern states where the
rre«sure is also high. to.in inches at
Rofton. New York and Washington,
D. C. During the last 24 hours light
hower* have occurred in the mid
d!e Atlantic states, s-nuthem Flor
:a. the upper Mississippi *r,d \fi*.
* uri v,llevs and at Sarta Fe. \ V*
WFATHER Bl I I.KTIN
First figure lowest temperature
'art night: second. highe*t tempera
ture yesterday: third, wind ve'ocitv
at. 6 *. m.: fourth, rainfall pa«t 21
hours.
Abtlene ........ 66 pn | n nn
* marillo . 64 91 — 00
Atlanta . 58 74 14 no
Austin . 64 96 —• on
Boston . 42 54 — nn1
BROWNSVILI F 72 9C o-i
fhicagn .. 52 6o 12 on
* o-nus Christ' ..72 92 — on
ri||i(> ......... 64 911 — .nn ■
Pel Rio ........ 68 92 — nn
pen'er ......... 48 84 — .nn
Detroit ........ 50 62 — .nn I
El Taso ........ 72 92 —. .on
Fort Smith ..... 66 82 t2 on
Galveston ....... 76 90 — .00
Helena . 42 60 — .01
Jackson'ille .... 70 82 — .01
Kansas City .... 62 78 _ .00
Louisville . 44 6a — .nn
Memphis . 56 74 — .nn
Miami . '4 64 — .02
Montgomery ... 56 so _ .on
New Orleans . . 74 92 — .On
New York . 44 51 — .06;
North Tlatte .. 54 p>
Oklahoma City 66 9*2 14 .01
Palestine . 64 88 — .nn;
Pensacola . 76 82 _ nn
Phoenix . 98 — .on
Pittsburgh . 42 58 — .On
St. Louis .... 52 74 14 .00!
St. Paul . 54 74 — .on
Salt Lake City .. 48 68 - .nn
San Antonio .... 70 94 — n 1
Santa Fe . 60 76 — .08
Sheridan . 56 72 — .01
Shreveport . 60 88 — .00
Tampa . 72 66 — 0^
Vicksburg ..... 64 82 — .09
Washington .... 44 55 —
Williston . 54 ^4 '
M ilmington 56 74 — Wl
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CITY BRIEFS
i_ _ .
If You Have anything to haul or
store, phone 278,—Valley Bonded
Warehouse & Storage Co.—Adv. tf.
In Arizona —Miss Barbara Payne,
former Valley newspaper woman, has
written to Miss Doris Faulk. Browns
ville Chamber of Commerce secre
tary. telling of the charms of Ari
zona. Miss Payne is employed on
the editorial staff of the Phoenix
Republican.
You Call 278. We haul.—Valley
Bonded Warehouse & Storage Co.—
Adv. tf.
All Kinds of feed at hardtime pric
es.— Valley Bonded Warehouse &
Storage Co.—Adv. tf.
— -
Park Theatre—<roud have pack I
ed the Capitol theatre for each per
formance of the “King of Kings,” I
considered a film masterpiece. The !
picture will remain here through,
Wednesday. A special showing of I
the feature was held at 10 o'clock
Monday morning for the benefit of
the Catholic school children of th»
city.
Ke-Style your old hat. Let us
firing your old hat up to-date. Our
electric Mocker. is wonderful.
Amaya’ Millinery. Adnn** St. near
Herald office. Adv. 1.
Preparing For Meet—Brownsville
Legionnaire* expect to spend a busy
week preparing for their descent on
the national convention which gets
underway in San Antonio next Mon
day.
Spanish, Mexican or Ba.bar’s Itch
—Ore pottle of Imperial Eczema
remedy is guaranteed to be enough
for any case, of any kind. All drug
gist* ar-3 authorized to refund your
morey if it fails—Adv. (6)
To < (invention—A. B. Morris of
Matamoros was to leave for Havana.
Cuba, Monday night. Morris is going
to attend the annual convention of
the Spanish-American war veterans
Dickey’* Old tillable Eye Water
cools a I'd heals red eye*. Doesn’t
hurt. Red folding box. All drug
gist*.—Adv. (7)
Fuller Brushes are accepted as
standard in the modern home. Let
me show you the new- one. Call
760.—Adv.
Here—A. J. Bel! of San Antonio,
Turn Ziegenfeider of Troy, Ohio, and
King T. Phillips of San Antonio, reg
istered at the El Jardin hotel Mon
day morning.
Son is Horn—Mr. and Mr*. .1 B.
Sanchez announce the birth of a
hov, on September 26.
SHEPPARD TO
LALTORIVE
Senator to Make Ex
tensive Speaking
Tour In State
AMARILLO. Oct. 1.—{/P>— United
States Senator Morris Sheppard,
author of the eighteenth amendment
is -cheduled to launch his Texas
campaign for Governor Alfred E.
Smith at a rally here tonight and to
open the most intensive speaking
campaign regular democrats have at
tempted m the state since Smith was
nominated.
An announcement at Pallas last
night said that addresses which would
cover the ^tnte from El Paso to the
southeastern corner would be deliv
ered hv a number of campaigners
during the next seven days.
Senator Sheppard will speak at
Hearne Tuesday afternoon W. A.
Tarver of < nrsiiwna, Congressman
Morgan Sanders. S. M. Adams of
Nacogdoches. K W. Penman of Luk
kin. V. K. Middlehrook of Nacog
doches. c. A. Hodges of Nacogdoches,
J hn R Guinn of Jacksonville. Co.t
gn man Gum Williams of Pecatur.
nd fopgre'-sman Sam Rayburn of
nonham will put their feet to the
**innp in other part* of the state.
\l TO OVERT! "R VS; M\N klLLEH
HOI'STON. Pet. 1.——J. w.
Hull. Sfi, of Houston, was fatally in
iui ! yesterday when his automobile
overturned m a ditch on the Houston
Galveston road heyond South Hous
ton The accident was caused hy
Hull t *ai tig h s foot on the gas lev
er instead of the hrake.
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GETS 2 YEARS
FOR BURGLARY;
Harlingen Man Guil
ty; Refused Sus
pended Sentence
Jose Rodriguez, charged with bur
glarizing the home of Paulina Valdez
near Harlingen on the morning of
June 17, plead guilty when arraigned
before Judge A. W. Cunningham
Monday morning and applied for a
suspended sentence. The jury re
turned a vercfv» of two years in the
penitentiary.
The defendant admitted he entered
the home and removed some clothing
and money, but stated he was intoxi- |
eated at the time.
The Cameron county grand jury
convened Monday morning for the
purpose of disposing of several cases
left over after their investigations
early in September and will also tak<
up several cases filed since they re
cessed.
Milton West, ( ameron county as
sistant to the district attorney, as
sumed the duties of that position
Monday morning, and is in •barge of
the presentation of eases to the
grand jury releasing the district at
torney for trial of -.ases on the dock
et.
Judge A. W Cunningham announc
cd Monday morning that the cases
against A. W. and W. R. Sasse,
against whom four indictments were
returned charging felony swindling,
and a fifth indictment charging for
gery. had been continued over the
term due to the illness of their at
torney, Judge J. W. Ragsdale of
Victoria. The state announced ready
for trial on all five cases.
Cipriano Morales, charged with
burglarizing Bruce Eubanks’ filling
station at Harlingen, pleaded guilty
when arrigned before Judge Cun
ningham Monday morning, and ap
plied for a suspended sentence. Mo
rales was shot through the right am
by W. H. McMinn, Harlingen night;
watchman, who testified he found
Morales in the filling station to
which he had gained entrance by
smashing the glass in the door. Mo
rales stated he was drunk at the
time, and had no recollection of what
transpired in the filling station.
The jury in the Morales case had
not reported up to the noon recesR
Robinson Is To
Direct Fire On
G. 0. P, Speakers
WICHITA, Kansas." Oct. 1.—(JP)
Senator Joe Robinson, democratic
vice-presidential nominee, has indi
cated that during the coming weel
h* will turn his attention to a num
ber of republican speakers who have
been taking thrusts at the democrat
ic ticket for some time.
It is expected his rival for the vice
presidency. Senator Charles Curtis;
Senator William E. Borah and Sec
retary Jardine will be among those
coming within range of his verbal
fire. In Oklahoma, where Robinson
next goes, it is believed he also will
open on former Senator Robert L
Owen, one time member of the dem
ocratic national committee, but now
opposed to the Smith-Robinson tick
et.
While Mr. Robinson tonight is
speaking in the home state of Sena
tor Curtis, he has not disclosed whe
ther he will refer to his rival spe
cifirally or confine his address to an
attack on the republican farm record
DEtTH FROM CIGARETTES
WEST BROMEVICH. Eng—The
coroner's physirtan held that the
sudden death of Mrs. Emily Nock
was due to excessive cigarette 'look
ing.
The Old
Standard Remedy for
Chills and Malaria
Grove’s
Tasteless
Chill Tonic
«flc.
I
LIFE BLOOD OF
* * *
FATHER GOES TO
* * *
SAVE FIRST-BORN
MILWAUKEE, WiI7 Oct. 1.—UP)
—His love for his newborn infant,
cost Anthony Ganas, 31, a day la
borer, his life.
When Tony's wife confided to
him the secret ht« heart was filled
with joy. Preparations were made
and finally the great day arrived.
Mrs. Ganas went bravely to the
children’s hospital and Tony went
along and paced the halls as all
expoctont fathers do. Soon they
told him the baby was horn, hut
that the mother had died.
But that wasn't all. The little
girl's life hung in the balance. She
was anemic, needed more blond—
and Tony didn't hesitate. Gladly
he gave of his meager supply that
his daughter might live.
Tony died last night at the hos
pits'. His bn by thrives and grows.
ROUP
Spasmodic Croup is frequently
relieved by one application of—
VICKS
Va r o R u b
Ormr 2 l Million Jara l/acd Y* arly
— Last Day —
Reginald Denny in
“The Night
Bird’'
— Also —
A UNIVERSAL CARTOON
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Admission 10c — 25c
Coming Tomorrow —
“THE LAST COMMAND"
Btttmann
1
— Last Day —
“The Grain of
Dust”
Story by
David Graham Phillip*
With
Ricardo Cortez
Alma Bennett
FOX COMFDY
Admission 30c, 25c, 10c
RI VO LI
THEATER
SAN BENITO
Thursday and Friday
October 4 and 5
CECIL B
Beautiful
screen story of
the martyrdom
of Jesus and the
resurrection.
A most stupendous picture
drama of the world’s great
est tragedy—A marvel of
art.
START MEXICO
AIR MAIL LINE
• .-—'
First Plane Leaves
S. A.; Other Ship
Held in Fog
FAN ANTONIO. Oct. 1.- Of
ficial opening of the international j
air mail line between the United
States and Mexico was to take plate
Monday with the first plane bound
for Laredo taking off from Winburn
Field here at 11:20 a. m. A large
amount of mail for the first official
flight has accumulated at the local I
office and will be forwarded on the
fi st plane to Laredo.
Despite the order setting October
1 as the date for the opening of the I
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new air mail line, a plane flown oy*
Jerry Marshall and carrying mail
pouches with approximately 3,500
pieces of mail from Dallas, ?ort
Worth. Waco and Austin, took off
from Winhurn Field for Laredo Sun
day morning.
MEXICO CITY. Oct. I.—i/P«—
Foggy weather today delayed de
parture of a Mexican mail plane on
its first trip to San Antonio to es
tablish an air mail service between
the United States and Mexico.
The pilot said that he hoped to
reach I^aiedo before nightfall but
that he did not expect to reach San
Antonio today.
SOUTH PLAINFIELD. N. J.. 0<t
1.—(Jp)—Air mail service to Canada
and Mexico was started from Hadley
Airport today.
At seven a. m., two planes left for
St. Hubert’s airport, Montreal. Planes
to Mexico are scheduled to leave
here at 12:15 for Chicago, Fron:
there, the planes will fly to I.aredo.
Texas, and transfer the mail to Mex
ican planes which will continue ti
Mexico City.
P01S0NUQU0R
KILIS2 IN N. Y.
• «•» *r
Police Rush Cleanup
i As Hospitals Treat
23 Others
-
\t\\ YORK. Oct. 1.—(£*>—A eity
| wide <!«,.rUp cf speakeasies, planned
at a se -r. , eeting of pojicc officials
last w« ■ « 19 believed to have been
given impetua today by the death
over the week-end of two persons
from alcoholic poisoning and the
treatment :!t hosp’tt ls of 25 others.
It w* aid at headquarters that,
wherever possible source of the
liquc w*. being ’•ace1 and that
speer\ », ;on would ^e taken against
those p , rs and other known
saloon*. One of the Head and thr-e
of those treated at hospital* were
W<8ix“of the hospital patients were
said to he in a coma from wMdL
physicians feared they might not r**r
^Margaret Malloy, 40, died in Belle
vue hospital without recovering con
sciousness after a policeman had
found her on Mth street. Robert
McKav dropped dead in the Bronx.
ONE LITTLE PIMPLE MAY
RUIN YOUR APPEARANCE!
No matter bow perfect your features,
or how attractive your complexion
one little pimple may spoil it all. In*
stead of trying to cover up your Tact
blemishes why not completely clear
them away?
Go to your druggist, ask for Blac*
and White Ointment and use it accord
ing to directions. It is pleasant to use.
highly beneficial and scientifically safe
For best results use Black and White
Skin Soap with Black and White Oint
ment. All dealers sell them at small co^t.
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