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Apply *t u“lch * jp IV" l***’ Gitrae*. _____ ANNOUNCEMENTS fi.ADY I’HYSHTAX wanl co nn>! • la . woman to .business 01 prolt s»on«‘ , , phare apartment or hotel J'1 * ’ | across 1-71. rare Herald^_•___ < Business Notices _ r NOTD K TO STOt KHOLDER.' | Tbo arnui! meeting of the .tyik •bolder , ..f The Merchant j »S:ink of Brownsville, Texas, will be hold at its banking house on iJv January Sth. 1«W. »t three p. in,* for the election of Directors and ,h. transition .t -«n rJ}“™ I iness as may properly come be for , ||hc meeting, f. J. Tucker, tas.\c ^ F MOTILE TO STOCKHOLDERS The annual meeting of the stork Vi'dders of the Stale National Bank , at its banking house on ‘ Jaunarv 8th. at «clock n. m.. for the election of director* ttnd the transact.en oi su U »”hci business as may properly co ne be fore the meeting. A H. Fernandez * i( MOTILE ro STOCKHOLDERS * j* The annual meeting of the stock bolder* of The Texas Bank A • >u'! tt ompani. of Brownsville, Texas wi*l fee held’ at ,ts banking house on B we .day. January 8, 10-0. at jt. tO •’clock p. m . foi the eli rectors and the trar. action of such ether business as may properly come before the meeting. Joe l elaya, Jr*. (Lashier.___il_ll NOTD E TO STtD.KHOI.DERS The annual meeting nt the stock , holders of the first National Bank in Brownsville. Texas, will he held »«t its hanking house on Tuesday. January Sth. 10*-*9, at 3:10 o’clock | l>. m.. for the election of direcicrs ; and the transaction of ^u<h other business as may properly come be* loro the meeting- t>- • tt agner. Vies I’re dent and l a n <•;. EMPLOYMENT Help Wtinted BOY WANTED for route. Apply circulation department, hi* "V, ville Herald. WANT .1 pn.-sengera for Miami. Flor ida. Nash cln.-vd cc: far** forty; dollars each, t an leave at once or •nv da> this »<t. Wire reserva tions to W * , Moore Hotel, Harlin rpB. Reference fiirm hed. Situation Wanted WANTED Position !•• white v in of middle age, un incuiiil.**rc 1. of good character; Housekeeping. alteration in ready to-weiir, or t *» * * ■ i shop. X 1 die** I#-76, Herald. 1. »•> BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY THE TOW KR Sandwich Shop ami d nee floor on the Harlingen high * * for rent to responsible parties. Phillip* Store. San Benito. L-76 FOR SALE Vail**: wide dray l*u»i n,o; now on a paying ha good Iren-on for setting. W rite 1.-7.. .-are Herald. __li- ' FOR SALE: Bo.-t cold dirk and 1 lunch room »tand on higl way liv ing rooms. < heap for cash. Box 45o. San Benito. L-72 yoR SALE: Well brtd grr h 'jnd* at reasonable priee>. See Jack Koche and hi* beautiful greyhounds at Palm ( ourt No. 7. Brownsville. Te\.. cr write Join ! . Boettcher, Kcnur Helton. Kan*. L-fil fAfRIFICE 0 Herman Police pup pies. Take \our choice aid carry are home. See Mrs. Florence Staf ford. Have- & 17th Str*., ne t to ae-ner: Victoria Height*. Phone 1075- M.____ ’ "r\RY t Hit i on SALE Pure Tancrcd Strain S. W l eghorns | Ten per cent dscount on all orders B-.hv Chicks bookc.i hclorc Jan. I. far delivery jrv time after thta date. 1c per chick deposit holds vour Thicks until vou arc rradv for them Inspect our mating* if at all possible and see cxactlv what you arc buying and also the hens that produce the #c * that we hatch from as no eggs ,r, bought. Have matinc* up 300 #c» c!a*«. Octroi's Poultry Fnrm. elde*t trapnesters in the \ nllev. ponna. Tex.. Phone y.-*. K ££0 MISCELLANEOUS Articles For Sale HONEY in con* »*r strained. quart or $1.75 calion. Also 17 stand* <*f bees for sale che ’. •!. R- Eee. 15J‘i W. Elisabeth Brownsville phom* 131W-W. _ FOR R M E: New pi' tafiho * com-1 plot*. Mr- " ebster. 1.127 I ' ee street- _L4> NOW’S THE TIME to huv Corona and Koval portable type*-iters — #;vo dollar* morthlv p-iyn«ent »’ ' color foil'’ standard keyboard. I' anport Trpcw nter F.xehance |rownjpriro, Texaa. L 70i VB"e* * MISCELLA N EOUS_ Articles For Sale 3-BlIRNER NESCO Perfect kcro -cne stove and large white enamel refrigerator. liiO pound* capacity, for *ale reasonable, or will trade on living room suite or duofold, inquire at Herald or address I.-42. rare Herald. L-42 FOR SALE—Asparagus crowns only 31» per 1000. It’s a good money crop, easily grown. M. E. White, Donna, Texas. —L73. FOR SALE: White Oder Canoe. 2ft feet long, 4 passer.ger; Fuilt in .Vaire; air chambers on sides. Real ntco boat. Good trailer and new Twin Johimtmi motor. Mr. Webster. ! • ■ • FOR SAI.fi. Oranges and grapefruit package- or full crate -. El Jardm Drug Store, or apply J. H. Driver, Route 2. L-54 _a 1 REE! FREE! Our big 30(1 page catalogue of of fice supplies and office furniture positively the most complete cata logue ever issued for the busy man’s office. Wo are minuftc* rer'e agents and sell at wholesale to the business man. Use your letterhead in requesting the catalogue, g’ving the name of the buyer for your com pany that we may properly handle your account Give financial refer ences in first letter. THE BONNER COMPANY, Corpus Cl isti, Texas. K-14U LADIES HOSE m*' .fted: runs, pulls, and finigs. 'alley Hose Mending Co. . 1 i Elizabeth. I-19x 50ft,00*1 common mnd bricks for sale J. S Ford. Bnvsirtll*. H-104 FOR FALK: Westinghouse auto matic senior cabinet range. 4 burn ers, IS inch oven. Phone 27ft. K-201 Buy or Evmanjre BEANS WANTED for canning. Schmidt Canning Co., San Benito, I L-14 WANTED: 20 feet of counter, 10 feet of show <a e, scale', at bargain. J. F. Boory. Travelers hotel. Lt>3. FOR EXCHANGE—Five-room house, nearly new-. Will take used car as down payment. Postofiicc Box 83. K-164. Trees—Seeds—Plants CABBAGE PLANTS, big field grown unirrigated plants. Glory, Steins flat dutch and Charleston ready now. Price 85c per 1000 at the field or we will deliver leads of 50,006 plants or more at $1.00 per 1090 to any Val ley town. Bermuda and Bribetaker onion plants ready Dec. 15. Dodge Blant Farms. ISaymondville, Texas. — L 41». REAL ESTATE For Sub-Division 160 Acres Located 4 blocks from the high rhoo! and closer to Brownsville than the exclusive Los Kbanos Subdivision. Winding resaca running through property offer ing natural lake front sites for subdivision. This property is for sale by owners and can he bought at a very attractive price. Henson-Lomax & Houston and Brownsville Development Co. FIVE DOLLARS n month i > for a nice quarter-acre block on hard road near Son Benito, gas and electricity available. no city taxes. Bhill,,.s St«re. San Benito, Texas. L-76 rsrrns For Sale IIAVK F.XrU SIVK alp I acres K'nann* I laic. Phnre 1075 M. 1 SI I U ■: 1A ! ITS!\ E i I I!! .lardin distr ct. § IPu acre. Phone 101. SI. L44 l.vi m !:; • ■ land, on Banker road near *■ ity limit®, Brownsville. Concrete ca nal and well drained. Tel. 1252 or 1013-W. K-180 7 A* KFS on hich »ay, rlo- to town; good improvements, mature orchard. 100 per cent citrus land: clear of debt; very attractive price; immedi ate possession. 1 in.'ecraff, (.a Feria. I. I .AND BA RG AIN'S -IW acre* -33; acres — Donna district. cultivated Nothing better. Priced low Wire write or call —C. H. Swallow Alamo T-235 • tary paving neir Browns'itle; 10 acre* some citrus. irrigated. at Olmito; 10 acres highly improved, all citrus and enough nursery stock to pnv out in short time; 10 acre®, cultivated, re-uca land in Mnr!i• gen district; 10 .trre at paving near Sai Benito. Henry 11. Parks. San Benito. Phone WI25FI1. Houses Tor Sale WTTX SACRIFICE r \ 1: t two beau tiful homes. Better hurry: only two left. 5 rooms and hath: teitone two tone finish: hciutiful hsht fix tuns; automatic water heater*. See Vr<. Florence Stafford, owner. Haves and 17th street*, Victoria Heights, phone 1075-M. K-170 FOER ROOMS, bath and garage on Elisabeth --treet. Concrete floor in Canute. Ml con venience*. Bargnu if sold immediately. Rhone or R. O. Hex 070, Brownsville. L <57 COO|t LITTLE modern home: !> rooms, i-nraye and fenced yard; only fllof'.f'rt for bouse and furni ture. S.'i.M'.OO Cush, balance $25.rtf' per morth. Southern Reiltv Co . Phone 014. T IIP *250.00 CASH, balance like ren* buys new five-room all modern brick bungalow; lure* l<.t. restricted resi dential sectio*. Pay rent to vnur -plf. Foster* Hoot hart <o„ Realtors. Crwmack Bid*.. Phone 11. E 14 Lots. For Sale FOR SALE Two lots in Edinburg; three lot* in San Benito; 53 lots in Brown** vile; seven lots outside Browns villc city limit*; twenty per rent i .i h. balance m one. two threo and four veer*; <»r eiontblv payniwntT if prrfrrr.d. B. E. Hinkley, Bro rille. H-<M RENTALS Apprtm-nts FLRNISHF11 apartments and dtip’e*. Rhone 351. Y-* REN 4 ALS ,m'm "" " 1 ——" ■ ■■ ■■ ■■■■ Apartments FOR REN 1 : Furnished a.iartment suitable for couple without chil dren. Gas and private bath. 14001 Adams, phone 274. K-174 ! 101! RENT: 3-room apartment, wa ter, lights, telephone, and garage, $30. 412 Levee. K-18^ ' NEW APARTMENT" furnished or un- ' furnished: garage. Telephone 818-J, : 1133 U Levee. 1-263! FURNISHED apartments. Phone 351 t _:_ Y-3 ROOMS and apartments. 701 Sl Charles. Tei. 1017. K7i 4-ROOM APARTMENT .7 duplex, gas. on paved street, close to school; also rooms at 4. 5 or 6 dollars per w**k. Clean and sanitary. Phone« I 115 or call 46. Fust and Washing-' I ___ L-38 | M< F,L\ furnished 3-room apartment. *30; new house ; hot water. Tele- i phone 946-W. L-'.li ! NEBRASKA .APARTMENTS — bur nished. every convenience, fngulaire, and gjs ranges- Jeffereo., and Four teenth Streets. Phone 11-4. W-42 Furnished Roomr EUREKA HOTEL—Gas. hot and id , water; close in; corner Ninth and, St. Charles. Phone 760. K-212 ' , FOR RF4NT—Well furnished sleep ing room: twin beds, meals if de 1 sired; also housekeeping apartment. | close in. Phone 189. —L-43 DELTA HOTEL, 808 1-2 Elizabeth j street, is under new management ' and all rooms heve been renovated I and remodeled. Rates $4.00 and $5.00 1 per week. Tub and shower baths, hot and cold. Phone 8*M. K-89 NICE CLEAN ROOMS, dose in 1022 St. Charles. Thonc 928-J. K-58 I FOR RENT: Comfortable bedroom in modern home to one or two gen tlemen. Garage if desired. Thone • . U k Rooms and Board S!’E» IAE RATES on room and board. Althea Tea Garden, •"»|o Elizabeth St. Phone 288. L-78 Houses !• <)R RENT—One stucco five-room cottage; modern conveniences, chick en house and garage. S 1-2 miles ••lit on highway. If interested phone 2*- __ ETC 1 OR RENT—To couple without chil dren, modern new 4-room house, beautifully furnished; ga-*, lights, , hot and cold water, telephone; on paved streets: garage if desired. You have to see this place to appreciate it. 17th and Grant. Victoria He.ghts Call 1228-J or 70;i. L-lfi H KNISHHO COTTAGES near San Renito or Harlingen, gas and elec- ' trieity, free water, private baths; reasonable rents, week or month. Phillips. San Benito. I,.76 lit) 1 El, ( OMMERCIO, tooms, office apartments. 12th street, Adams- >f- I lOl. LEAS! : New modern brick building size oOx'JO feet, on Main street. Mission. Texas; good loca tion. Apply A. H. Strohle. E-56 i CALL the Southern Real Company if ! you want to r«nt a home. Phone ft 14. __ K-161. .TOR RENT -One five-room cottage : within 2 blocks of First Waul ! school. If interested phone 24. I _ U4 EE'. \m i ,. < >>i men t siierhFFs sale THE STATE t»E I EX AS < nl .VI Y Of < AM EROS' Notice i> hereby given that by vir tue of a ceitain Order of Sale issued out of the Honorable District Court of Bexar County on the :»0 day of November, 192 S. bv Hntt McCormick. Clerk of said ( ourt. for the sum of Two Thousand Two Hundred Ninety six and 15M00 Dollni • and Two Hun dred Twenty -N-ne and di-ion hollars, and costs of «tiit. under a Judgment. LEGAL ADVKKTlSfcMfiNl_ in favor of Bertha E. Hilton, in a certain cause in said Court. N’o. B-50372 and styled: Bertha E. Hilton vs. Mrs. Z. K. Davenport, et al, placed in my hands for service, I, Mrs. Pinkie Vann, as Sheriff of Cameron County, Texas, did on the 8th day of December. 1928. levy on certain Heal Estate, situated in Cameron County, Texas, described as follows, to-wit: All of Block N’o. 389 of the San Benito Irrigation Company's Sub division, Share No. One, of the Es piritu Santo Grant, in ‘ ameron Coun ty. Texas, containing 40 acres of land, and levied upon as the property of Mrs. Z. R. Davenport. Kd C. Huetad. Anton Erickson. Albaugh-Wrtght Lumber Co.. L. C. Roosevelt and A. A. Luther, and that on the first Tuesday in January, 1929, the same being the 1st day of said month, at the Court House door of Cameron County, in the Citv of Brownsville. Texas, be tween the hours of 10 a. in., and 4 p. m., by virtue of said levy and said Order of Sale. I will sell said above described Real Kattae at public vendue, for cash to the highest bid der, a« the property of said Mrs. Z. R. Davenport, Ed C. Hustad. An ton Erickson. Albaugh-Wright I.um ber Go.. L. C. Roosevelt and A. A. Luther. And in compliance with law. 1 give this notice by publication, in the English language, once a week for three consecutive weeks immediately preceding said day of sale, in The Brownsville Herald, a newspaper pub lished in Cameron County. Witness my hand, this 1 f>th day of December. 1928. MRS. PINKIE VANN. Sheriff. Cameorn County. Texas. By R. C. Bryson. Deputy. 12-11-18-25— .It—3251._ SHERIFF S SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF CAMERON Notice is hereby given that by vit tue of a certain Order of Sale i-sacd out of the Honorable District Court of Cameron County on the 8th day of November. 1928. by Jno. P- Scanlan. Clerk of said Court, for the sum of Two Hundred Eighty-seven and iio-100 Dollars, and costs of ^uit. un der a judgment, in favor of Geo. P. McAucliffe in a certain cause in said Court. No. 7702 and styled: Geo. P. McAuclifle vs. H. F. Price. Sr., placed in my hands for service. I, Mrs. | Pinkie Vann, as Sheriff of Cameron County. Texas, did on the 8th day of December, 1928. levy on certain Real Estate, situated in Cameron County. Texas, described as follows, to-wit: Lot 5. Block 41. Finwood Heights, an addition to the City of Harlingen. Cameron County. Texas, and levied upon as the property of H. F. Price. Sr., and that on the first Tuesday in January. 1929 the same being the 1st day of said month at the Court House door of Cameron County, in the City of Brownsville. Texas, be tween the hours of 10 a. in. and 4 p. m„ by virtue of said levy and said Drder of Sale. I will sell said above described Real E. tnte id public verdue, foe cash to the highest bid der. as the property «f said H. F. Price. Sr. And in compliance with law. 1 give this notice by publication, in the English language, once a week for three consecutive weeks immediately preceding said day of sale. In The Brownsville H'wa'd. a newspaper pul li.-.hed in Cameron County. Witness my band, this 10th dav of December, 1928. MRS. PINKIE VANN. Sheriff, Cameron County. Texas. Bv R. c. Brv«on. Deputy. 12-11 1R-2,V-:U—:J2:»2. Tax Refunds Cut Expected Surplus WASHINGTON. Treasury supplementary estimates <.f tav refunds totaling nearly S8». onO.OOO more then originally evpect I.] to ho required, were signed to day I,v President Coolidge, who is . pptrhensive that a treasury deficit may result if congress appropriates too liberally. In his budget message to congress, the pre-ident observed that a sur tilu of vwn in prospect or the dose of the fiscal year but he believe, now that it may b» wiped out and that the incoming presi dent may face a deficit. Holiday Automobile Sale USE YOUR CHRISTMAS , CREDIT Turn in your old car to make your down pay ment and drive out a good reconditioned used car for the Christmas Holidays. Now is your op portunity to receive the price you have been wanting for your old car. We have on hand a 1»ig assortment of used cars—come in and let us demonstrate your choice. They must be sold be fore we take inventory. Jum a few of them arc listed below Mechanically Right.Priced Right Easy Terms to Suit 61 CADILLAC ROADSTER 1028 WHIPPET COACH 1027 CHEVROLET COACH 1928 DODGE SENIOR SEDAN 1928 DODGE STANDARD SEDAN 1926 DODGE SEDAN 1926 BUCK 4-PASSENGER COUI’E 1925 CHEVROLET COACH 1921 PACKARD TOURING 1926 PONTIAC COACH 1928 DODGE COUPE 1924 DODGE 4-PASSENGER ( Oi l r. 1926 DODGE ROADSTER 1927 CHEVROLET ROADDSTEP. 1927 FORD ROADSTER A CAR FOR EVERY NEED JESSE DENNETT Phone 90 t Used Car Market 1219 Levee St. W. A. ROSS, Mgr. 1 WALES RACING DEATH TO HIS FATHER’S BED King George’s Chance For Recovery Are Said Slight; Bulletin Unassuring LEAD ADD WALES RA< ES—6-PI BOULOGNE, France. Dec. II.—(A*) The Prince of Wales, starting on the last lap of his 6,000-mile dash from equatorial Africa to England, left Boulogne for Folkstone at 7:10 p. m.. ahoaid the regular mailboat I Biarritz. LONDON Dec. 11. - —The Prince of Wales was making a rec ord-breaking dash across Europe to day on the last lap of his swift jour ney from Equatorial Africa to the bedside of King George in London where his majesty's physicians were waging a fight against death. The heir apparent to the throne was expected in London at 10:30 o’clock tonight, fully twelve hours in advance of the be«t time previously estimated. Racing steadily toward Boulogne with all the facilities of three coun tries. Italy. Switzerland and F'ranee placed at his disposal, the Prince this afternoon was speeding across France. He left Brindfsti, Italy at 12:30 p. m., yesterday alter taking just sev en minutes to t-ansfer from the British cruiser Finterpri-c to a spe cial train placed at his disposal by Crown Prince Humbert of Italy. Stanley Baldwin, prime minister, hurriedly left the house of com mons this afternoon for Dover where he will meet the Prince of Wales. The premier departed after making i ■< I ■ 1 : ci -i DESPERATE CONVICTS ESCAPE IN TENNESSEE NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Dec. 1L— Three convicts, two of them regarded as desperadoes, were at liberty todaj after a sensational dash through the state penitentiary and over a charged wall. Posses were searching in and near Nashville for John Buffo, jy, Detroit, j 10 years, robbery; Homer Smith, 22. i Tipton countv. Tenn.. i*y year*, mur der, and Alfred Baldwin. 26. serving sentence of three to five year* for j false pretense*. (Continued from page onc.l in* about II o'clock Monday inurn in*:. Photo Identified Police already were seeking the men for questioning in connection with a double murder in which two young married women were beaten to death on a lonely road near her* several weeks ago. Monday morn ing W. \V. Brake, who with his com pactor , was held up on a lonely road h.st November, identified a photograph of Aldredge in the rogue* gallery as his attacker. One of the men victimized Sundav morn ing also picked out the phot**-.-nph of Aldredge. I earning that the men had gone to Oklahoma, police set out to drive to Caddo, in search of them. Thirty minutes after leaving the police station, however, thev tar into their men. who were returning from Oklahoma. HUSBAND STABS WIFE IN BED WITH BABY ST. LOUIS. l>ec. 11. <.V Mi*. Mary Phelan. Ik, was in a *eriou< rendition todav from a wound in the brea-l inflicted by her husband. Thomas F. Phelap. L’fi. a* she lav in a maternity hosnital with her 9 day-old daughter, last night. Phe'an stabbed his wife with a pocket knife when *he told him she would no longer live with him. He sur rendered to police. BURNS TO DEATH NOt ON’A. Tex . Pec. 11 - P Her clothing ignited hv a gas stovo. Daisy Ssenpington. 1. was burned fatally at her home ten miles north of here yesterday, Sh«* died a few hour* after the accident. LEGAL Ain Lit I l.sEMEM SHERIFF’S SAIF. THE STATE OF TEXAS OOl'NTY OF CAMERON Notice is hereby given that by vir tut of a certain Order of Sale issued out of the Honorable Court of Flits County on the 26th day of November 19*28, by Mrs. Ceo. C. Sweatt, Cleir. of said Court, for the sum of Two Thousand One Hundred forty-six and 86-100 Dollars, ard costs of suit, un der a judgment, in favor of VV. L Sanderson & W. D. Sanderson, in a certain cause in said Court, No. 1 ;478 and styled: W. L. Sanderson A W. D. Sanderson vs. .1. H. Hardin, placed in niv hands for service. 1. ilr.v. I'inkie Vann, a* Sheriff of Cam eron County, Texas, did on the 8th oav of December, 1928, levy on cer tain Real Estate, situated in Cameron 4'ounty, Texas, described as follows, to wit: and being the West ten (10) ; res of Block Number twenty-two 22) Survey No 19. being out of the Briggs and Coleman Subdivision of Survey No. 49. Cameron County. Texas, and levied upon as the prop erty of J. H. Hardin, and that on the first Tuesday in January. 1929, the -am* being the 1st day of said month, at ’he Court House door of Cameron County, in the City of Brownsville. Texas. betwreen the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m, by vir tu" of said levy and said Order of Salt. I will sell said above described Real Estate at public vendue, for cash to the highest bidder, as the property of scid J. H. Hardin. And in compliance with law. I give this notice by publication, in the Eng lish language, once a week for three consecutive weeks immediately pre ceding said day of .sale, in The Brownsville Herald, a newspaper published in Cameron County. Witness my hand, this 10th day of December. 1928. MRS PINKIE VANN. Sheriff, ( ameror, County, Texas. Rv R. C. Rrv-on. Deputy, i 12-11-18-25 3t— 3254. New Orleans to Houston Air Line To Start Jan. 23 NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 11. - .*»» Airplane mail and passenger service from New Orleans west, via Beau- j inont to Houston, as an additional link in the nationwide system will he inaugurated January 23, it was announced today by Victor F. Gri ma. traffic manager of the St. Tam many-Gulf Coast Airways, Inc., hold ers of the contract for carrying mail! between New Orleans and the Mexi-! can border. The route will he extended later to some point on the border, desig- i nated by the post office department, Mr. Grima said. Direct connection will be made at the New Orleans terminal with ex-! isting schedules to Mobile. Bir-' niineham. Atlanta. New York and Boston. The National Geographic Survey | e ti mated that when connections ul-J timately are made to Mexico City the air route from Boston to the ' Mexican capital will h« the longest in North America. 2,son miles. FEDERATION HOLDS PARLEY Mrs. Scott Expected to Win Election As President LA FERIA. I>ec. 11.—Mrs. E. Owen | Scott of Rio Grande City seemed slat* d for the presidency of the Rio I Grande Valley Federated Women’s clubs when the election of officers is he'd here Tuesday afternoon at the annual convention and election of officers of the association. The morning session got under! na, shortly after 1» o'clock with .it ! least 200 women representing va rious club* in cities of the Valley in attendance. Arguments over amendments to the * constitution relative to the appoint j ment of committees enlivened the morning ession. Supporters of the candidacy of Mrs. Scott seemed to be the onlv active campaign organization work ing the convention. Hundreds of cars hearing stick ers boosting Mrs. Scott's candidacy are here from upper Valley cities! and seemed at noon as though *he! would be swept into office by popu-j lar acclaim. ( URGES CHILE, U. S. AMITY Pres. Ibanez Talks Be fore Hoover’s Good Will Party SANTIAGO, Chile. Dec. 11. *4* - Reply in* to a formal welcome by President Ibanez today at a lunch eon in the national palace. Presi dent-Elect Hoover declared there was abundant reason why friendship 1 and understanding between the 1'nit cd States and Chile should be deep- | ly rooted in the hearts of the peo ple of both nations. He -aid that on both side- their was the common hi-tory of the la-, hor of building in a new world a n*w form of government founded upon a tew- conception of human rights; subjugation of the wildcrn de \elopment of economic life through the application of the great discov eries of science and an effort to lift , the moral and cultural levels of the two countries. The festivities celebrating this goodwill visit included a luncheon at the presidential palace arranged K\ Pre-idont Ibanez for Mr. Hoover Members of the t hilean cabinet j and immediate members of the Hoov «-i partv were invited to it. TO ORGANIZE FOR CAMPAIGN Chamber of Commerce Directors Hold Port Meet Tonight Directors of the Brownsville ■ ham her of Commerce will meet at the chamber of commerce building at 7:45 o’clock Tuesday evening to com plete campaign plan* relative to the carrying of the $2,000,000 navigation district bond issue to be presented to the vote of the people on Derem .. - ...J bunds to be derived from the pro- I posed issue will be used in the com pletion of a deep water channel from Brazos Santiago Pass to a point in El Jardin. a few- miles from the heart of this city’s business section. Three thousand port campaign but ! tons have already arrived and will j be distributed to port supporters throughout the proposed district ini- ] mediately, according to G. C. Rich- j ardson, manager of the Brownsville Chamber of Commerce. Directors of the chamber of com- i merce will take an active part in the j campaign >n favor of the bond issue and it is believed that a number of | nuhiic gatherings will be staged dur* ! | ing the next two weeks. WOUNDED AND SEARED BODY IS DISCOVERED At.REE TO PAVE HIGHWAY AMARILI.O. Texas. Dec. 11.—<>P — Denying that they had anything to do with a reported “indignation Hireling" held at Panhandle last week to protest letting of a contract to pave 3$ miles of the Amarillo-' | Pampa highway through Carson I county, the commissioners’ court of that county yesterday voted unani mously to confer with the sttr.e hiphway department and ;.grced «o place the county’s apportionment of t funds in escrow. N. 0. FUTURES 1 CLOSE STEADY Net Advance of 49 to 50 Points Made During Day N’KM ORLEANS. I»eo. II.—U* Higher Liverpool rabies than due and execution of over-night buying orders were responsible for an ad vance of over $1 a bale in the cot ton market in early trading today. January sold at 19.33. March 19.42 and May 19.38. or 22 to 2.1 points above yesterday’s close. Later prices eased off 7 points on active posi-1 tions. but towards the end of the first hour a prediction of higher prices by a private authority stead ied the market and prices rallied a few points. Cotton futures closed steady at net advance of 40 to 50 points. NEW YORK COTTON NtH YORK. Dec. 11.—-OPf—Cotton opened at an advance of 17 to 23 points in response ' relatively steady Liverpool cables. January sold up to 20.00 and May to I . j before the end of the first half hour or about 20 to 25 points net higher with the market fairly active. The market met a little more cot ton around 20.00 for 'anuary but it was absorbed on reactions of a few points and the tone was steady to firm late in the morning. At mid- I day, the market was 23 to 24 points net higher with Januarv selling at 19.99. Futures closed firm. 41ft55 points I higher. Spot steady; middling 20.55. ] LIVERPOOL COTTON LIVERPOOL. Dec. 11.—<AV-Cot ton spot <iu>et; higher; American strict good middling 11.33; good mid dling 10.93; strict middling 10.73; middling 10.53; strict low middling 10.2H; low middling 10.03; strict good ordinary 9.83; good ordinary 9.53. Sales 6.000 hales. 4.300 American. Receipts 17.000. American 3.600. Fu ture* closed steady; Dei-. 10.32; Jan. 10.32; March 10.33; Mav 10.35; Julv 10.31; Oct. 10.08. BUTTER AND EGGS « HU AGO. Dec. 11.—t/Pi Buiter lower; creamery extras 49; standards 48; extra firsts 48ft48 1-2: firsts 45 !-2ft47; seconds 43ft44 1-2. Egg* lower; extra firsts 43ft 44; first* 39ft 42; ordinary fir«t* 30ft36; refrigerator extras 31 1-2;' refriger ator firsts 30 ft 1-2. NEW YORK. Dec. 11 */P. < all money easier; high 8; low 7; ruling rate 8; closing bid 7; time loans firmer; mixed collateral 60 day* 7 3-4; 90 days 7 1-2; 4-6 month* 7 1-2: prime mercantile paper 5 1-4 ft5 1-2. Bankers a cceptance* un changed. NEW ORLEANS5. Dec. II. *dP. Spot cotton closed steady. 48 points up. Sales 847; low middling 17.51; middling 19.41; good middling 1981; receipts 12,738; stock 353.944. VESSEL STILL (Continued from nags one.) to the scene, and it was standing hy today. Three tugs were also keeping a ceaseless vigil. Hand pumps were bring used to keen down the water which poured through a huge hole in the liner’s bottom and a big rent in her side Part of the rent in her hull, was being patched with mattresses, in an effort to stem the rush of the sea. The Celtic was carried on th rocks which lie off Roche' Point Lighthouse by a 70-mile gale. So violent was the storm that the pilot was not able to get aboard and the aptain tried to make hi* anchorage during a lull in the storm. The liner was almost in «afe water* when a violent ru«t 'wung her upon the rock* with a cta«h which «hnnk the ship. LONDON. Dec. 11.—*.#», A Lloyd’s report sav-' a further attempt to float the liner Celtic, on the rocks at the entrance to Cork harbor, with the early morning tide today was not successful. TO OUR VALLEY (Continued from nag* one.) 'C.tion. on the rnrth side of the rivor. A* the country developed n the n.t't) twenty yeart it spread nto a Valley activity. Add then it returned to its early <>hase—that of a Brownsville activ ity, in at least its financing sense. • • • GOVERNOR DAN MOODY evi dently has beer a pupil as well a* a hunting companion if Sheriff Lu ther Snow of Willacy countv C omes a newspaper story from Laredo, credited to Snow, that the governor toped his fir«t T«xa« wild . at in a tree on tha R S Sterling ranch, near Laredo. Sheriff Snow is attaining nation wide fame because of his ability in toping Texas wild animals, espe cially cat* of various hues and cries Hut always wild one*. The governor seems to have wit nosed some performances of the Willacy county sheriff, and decided to try the game himself. With success, a* indicated from the Laredo dispatch. * • • \DALBERTO LONGORIA is a con Mmotive force in the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Adalberto is a student ir, th* Nel ** Srhunior high school, in western Hidalgo county. He is especially interested in the vocational agriculture branches taught in his school He went into competitions in th* Mid-Winter Fair at Harlingen. °« of a possible 1TOO point* he luaTe 1*90. defeating 31 other con testants. His success was in entom ology. poultry and citru* fruit judg ing PIONEER KILLED SW BIT WATER. Tex.. n«c. h._,a» —An automobile driven hy his eon an>! another machine collided here today, instantly killinr J. O. Penton *n» a pioneer Sweetwater resident. MARKETS AT A GLANCE (By the Associated Press, Dec. II) New \ork: Stocks strong; merchandise, cop per and utilities issues lesd advance. Bonds steady; Andes t opper 7s jump nearly *i points. Foreign exchanges firm; starling rises. t'otton higher; trade buying. Suf»i steady: < uban support. « offer advanced; higher foreign markets. Chicago: Wheat highei; better export de mand. Corn firm; forecast unfavorable weather. < attie irregular. Hogs steady to lower. STOCK PRICES CLOSE STRONG Approximately 3,800, 000 Shares Sold During Day NKW YORK. Dec. n„—<*>—'Th* ially in stock prices was resumed at the opening of today's market under the leadership of Radio, which open ed 5 1-2 points higher. Packard Motors opened with a block of lO.Otm shares at 143 3-4. up 4 points. Among the score or so issues to show early guins of a point or two were Missouri Pacific common, Westinghouso Elec tric. Nash and Hudson Motors, Ken necott. Standard Oil of New Jersey. Consolidated Gas and Sears Roebuck. With commission house comment leaning strongly to the theory that a technical rally was in order, the stork market gave a good account of itself iti the early trading. Motors were well bought in antici pation of the usual pre-uutomobi!* show bullish demonstration in that gioup. Otis also attracted a large following despite the recent cut in gasoline prices in the middle west, with Atlantic Refining. Mexican sea board. and Standard Oil of New York leading the advance. Merchandising shares apparent!' were not affected by predictions in some quarters that Christmas budget* may have to be revised downward a* a result of the recent drastic declin* in stock prices Interstate Depart ment stores recorded an early gain of 4 points. A. M. Bver* and International Nickel quacklv ran up R points and Coty. Montgomery-Ward. St. Loin* Southwestern and Purity Raking sold 2 to 3 po>nts higher. Foreign exchanges opened firm with cables quotrd at >4.RS 3-1* The closing was strong. Sale* ap proximated 3jt00,000 Fort Worth Live Stock Generally Steady to Down FORT WORTH. Pec. 1!.—<A»i — Hors: 900; steady to 10c lower; top 8.45. for good to choice light but cher*; fat pig* firstname.lastname@example.org battle and calve*: 3,300; stead.', slaughter calve* 8.75®11.50; fat cow* 8 50 and above; sausage hull* 6.5n @6.85; choice heavy stock steer calve* up to 12.25; good to choice slaughter calve* 10.50 and 11.25. Sheep: 100; steady; fat lambs 13.00; fat wethers 8.00 KANSAS CITY. Dec. It.-dAb— Hogs: 1,6000; steady to 15c lower; top $8.35 on choice 230-250 lb».: butchers, medium to choice 250-350 lb*. 7.90®8.35; 200-250 lhv 7.15@ 8.35; 160-200 lbs. email@example.com; i30-16O lbs 7.50(5.8.20 Cattle: 9.000; calves, 2,000, stea dy to 23c lower; slaughter steer*, good and choice 1300-1500 Ihs, 11.50 @16.00; 1100(/, 1300 lb*. firstname.lastname@example.org: 950-1100 lb*. 11.75® 8.76; fed yearl lings, good choice 12.O0@t6.50; heif ers good and choice 850 Jh*. down 11.00® 14.75; cows, gnod aod choice email@example.com; vealers (milk fed» med um to choice 8.:0® 13.00 Sl.ft-p 7.000; lambs -tcady in strong; sheep steady; lambs, good and choice 1220®J13.50; medium 11,50 I @12.50; ewe*, medium to choice HW ! lb*, down - firstname.lastname@example.org Chicago Grains Average Higher 1 At Day’s Close CHICAGO. Dec II.—i.Fi—Wtih fair buying in which houses with connections northwest were conspic uous, and with offerings light, whea prices averaged htgher early t«*da» ! Corn and oats displaced firmnes* j also influenced by less favorable ! weather for the movement of com. Opniag at i t off t*> i-Sc Bp wheat afterward scored genera’ gains. Corn started at 1-lc decline to an equal advance, and subse quently showed a material upturn ail around. Provisions were steady Corn closed strong 1 1-2- to 1 ?-*• up. oats 1 to 1 l-8c ad'anre and p'" visions varying from Sr decline to a rise of 7c. CASH CRAIN CHICAGO. Dec 11 —f/P.— Wheat: No. 2 hard 1.20; No. 3 mixed 1.1* Corn: No. 3 mixed *1 3-4 «*2; S'* 3 white 82 1-4. Oats: No. 2 white ta 1-2: No. 1 ! 4 VS 4*. KANSAS CITY. Dec. 11 >*" Wheat: No. 2 dark hard 1.18 I - No. 2 hard 1.10 1-2<$1.18; No. 2 r*d 1.30S1..J3; I>ec. 1.08 1-2. May 1.15 3-8; July 1.15 1-4 Corn: No. 2 mixed, nominally. 4,1 'a82: No. 2 yellow, nominally. 8 82: No. 2. mixed, nominally. 79'qtl: Dec. 80 1-8; May 85 5-8; July «7 5-8 Oats: No. 2 white 470P 1R. POULTRY CHICAGO. Dec. 11.—<A»--P«oltry steady; fowls 25 1-2; spring* 2* 1-3: rooster* 20; turkey* 25dt"30: dork* 174t21; geese 22 T. S. BONDS , NKW YORK. Dec. II.— T —Lnit o-l States honds; liberty • ’ 92.19: 1st 4 1-1* 100 1: ttb 4 1-4 100.18; treasury 1 14* 111*4 100.29; 3 3 Is 1 ft* .29.