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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, December 24, 1928, PART ONE, Image 2

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Aged Man Dies
i S. A. Hotel Blaze
Charle* Bpiaont, aged 82, was suf
located or burned to death in hia
room on the third floor of the New
Home hotel hero early this morning.
Bed clothing had been burned from
the bed on which hit body waa
lying, and the mattress was burning
when the door was opened by other
Mrs. T. L. Fischer, who operates
the hotel, expressed the belief that
the bed had been set on fire by a
pipe the aged roomer bad been amok*
ing end that ho was overcome by
i the smoke and flames.
Bomont came to San Antonio last
February and haa a daughter, Mrs.
H. A. Auerbach, living in Kansas
' City> _____
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'This holiday spirit seems to be
contagious, for here we are passing
it on.
I . Good wishes for a Merry
Christmas is a nice thing to
#"r- circulate.
.So friends and patrons, we are grt
ing to wish the whole works on
you. and hope you like Vtn.
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Valley Aggies
Will Give Dance
Wednesday Night
DONNA. Pee. 24.—All prepara-:
tiors for the annual Christmas dance
of the Texas A. and M. Rio Grande !
Valley club, to he given at Val
Verde Wednesday night, December
26 bav# been completed. One of
th best orchstras in th state has
be«m secured.
Valley atudents of A. and M.. now
heme on their Christmas vacation,
are expected to turn out en masse,
ard all "exes” are nlso expected to
bn present. Invitation* have been
issued to th snior classes of the
Valley high schools.
The dance will be held at "The
Sheik,*' which has one of the finest
dance floors in South Texas. A
large number of Valley students j
w?re busy Monday decorating the!
building for the ‘.cei on.
ROME, Dec. 24.—<JP)—All the car-}
dinais resident in Rome called upon
Pope Pius today to present their
Christmas greetings, in accordance
with century-old tradition.
The pontiff, who this year com
pleted fifty years of his ministry,
touched on the illness of King {
George and the apparent averting or I
hostilities between Paraguay and Bo- |
livia in his address to the cardinals.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio, Pec. 24.—OP)
—Louis Purnell, brother of the late
“King Benjamin” Purnell, of House
of David fame, died of heart disease
at Groenup, Ky., near here today.
Baijiuetric pressure still persists
moderately high practically through
out the United States, with result
ant fair to clear and good reasonable
winter weather likewise practically
throughout the country.
First figure lowest temperature
last night; second, highest tempera
ture yesterday; third, wind velocity
at 8 a. m.; fourth, rainfall past 24
Abilene ....«• • 58
Amarillo *8 48 — .00
Atlanta »...«••«* 46
Austin •. *w*tf*. * 3b - — .00
Boston . 22 30 .00
BROWNSVILLE . 4t 61 .00
Chicago .,26 - .00
(t.rpus Christi ..40 56 - .00
Dallas .......... 36 66 - .00
Pel Rio .. 80 62 — .00
Denver 28 48 12 .00
Detroit . 30 42 — .00
; Dodge City ...» 20 ■— — .00
El Paso .26 56 — .00
Fort Smith. 32 52 - .00
Galveston . 44 56 .00
Helena ......... 10 28 — .00
| Huron .. 20 42 - .00
Jacksonville ..... 40 54 — .00
Kansas City.84 38 -- .01
Louisville ........ 31 - - .00
Memphis . 40 46 - - .00
Miami . 48 64 — .00
Montgomery .... 84 54 — .00
New Orleans .... 44 58 — .00
North Platte .... 22 46 - - .00
Oklahoma City 30 52 - .00
Pensacola ....... 42 54 14 .00
Phoenix .. 32 70 — .00
Pittsburgh ...... 26 42 - .00
St. Louis . 34 44 .00
St. Paul . 20 30 12 .00
Salt Lake City ,. 22
San Antonio. 38 64 -- .00
Santa Fe ........ 20 46 - .00
Sheridan ., 10 — — °0
Shrevfj* rt ..... 40 53
Tampa ..42 58 —
Vicksburg 38 54 — .00
Washington ..... 40 - - .00
WllHston »0 42 — .00
Wilmington ..... 84 — — 00
CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 24.—<*> !
— Charged with plotting against
President Mustapha Kemal, 11 per- |
sons including four women, were
under arrest today in Stambool. Po
fire charged that the plot was a roy
alist one, and said it was not con
nected with th* e-rest la-t week of
20 p*>r«ons at Broussa. who were
charged with plotting to aid prison
ers to escape.
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Christmas day Itself h
synonymous with ebssr
end happiness. The spirit
«f this occasion should be
c*rn*d thioughout the
year—and we hops foe its
Sheet Metal
"Mother Knows Best.” a talkie
adaptation of Edna Ferber’e b*ok
of the aarne title, is to be the
Christmas attraction at the Ar
cadia, Harlinpen. Two stars of
both stare and screen, Madre
Bellamy and Louise Dresser, are
Love Vs. Career
Theme of Arcadia
Talkie Tuesday
Love or a career! Which takaa
That question ia answered, in a
most dramatic way, in >'ox Films'
"Mother Knows Best,’’ featuring
Madge Bellamy, Louisa Dresser and
Barry Norton, and due at the Arcadia
theater, Harlingen, on Christmas day
for a 4-days' engagement.
"Mother Knows Best" is based on
the widely read and internationally
discussed story by Edna Ferber, said
to ba base don the actual lives of a
famous stage star and her mother
but actually just a similarity dating
back to Corinna and bar mother,
Jennie Kimball, a matter of a half
century ago,
Tho picture reveals the transition
of a stage child to a Broadway star
with a theater named after her.
Through it all the daughter is
tnsrsly a puppet with nsjther pulling
the strings until the daughter comes
in contact with romance and awak
ening in the girl there is something
more in life then just the footlights.
The battle is on with e surprise
"Mother Knows Best," capably di
rected by John Blystone, successful
Fox director, brings to tho screen
as “Sally" the girl, a new Madge
Bellamy, likewise a more brilliant
than ever actress in Louise Dresser
as the leather, as well as superb
work by the entire supporting cast.
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Christinas Greetings §
II pause in the hustle of business
To Rive credit where credit is due
For I know my success and happinesa $
Depends on the friendship of
A Christmas party for members cf
the Mexican Methodist church is to
be held at the old Alana building
8 p. m. Monday.
The Mexican Methodist church has
only recently been organised
Brownsville, and thia la their fim
entertainment. Rev. 8. C.arxa „#
Kingsville is the pastor and preaches
here on alternata Sundays.
»Ve hail Christmas day most heartily! Thr
year just past has brought us cheer—and
we hope that it has been as good to you.
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© your wants which have fallen
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• been such as to merit your con- ,
• tiaued Friendship and Patron
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