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Taylor. 93 Fulton St... Akron Ohio._ £93 , X INSTRUCTION LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE—Finger waving, marcellng. permanent waving, facial work, manicuring. Rates reason able. Inquire Valley Beauty Shop. Harlingen. Phone 691. Y-140 HELP WANTED WAITED—Girl who would like a good home and la anxious to learn beauty ; culture to help in ahop Will pay axnall salary. Address Z44 care Herald [ 244 HELP WANTED Women! Girls! Here is an opportunity you have all been waiting for. All you women who can do needle work by hand or ma chine come to Mrs. M. L. Hinojosa, West First and 3t. Francis, Brownsville, Texas, branch of Kewpie Dress Co., of New York City. WANTED—Why look tor a Job when you can raise rabbits for us at home and be your own boss? We supply breeding stock and guarantee to buy all you raise. Very little capital starts you in this profitable business. Write for particulars. Royal Rabbltry, Har lingen. Z38 GOOD OPERATOR can make money at my beauty shop. Address £69 care Herald. Z69 SALESMEN—AGENTS SALESMAN. American, to handle Span ish. also American trade, with a grocery sundry line Must be fully qualified In every way. Must have car, able to give bond and references from past and present employers. Not under twenty-five and not over fifty. Strict ly commission. Must be able to fi nance self for one or two weeks. Es tablished territory. Wonderful poaai bi 11 ties for right man. Del Rio. Cor pus. and Rio Grande territory. Ad dress. Manufacturer. 112 Roosevelt Ave . San Antonio. Texas. Z98 TWO 8ALESLADIES--T0 travel dem onstrating new sensational article. Very fascinating work. Exceptionally good pav. No phones. 921 Elizabeth. Z94 SALESMAN—(Or couplet with car to travel. New article, fast seller, big money. No phones. 924 Elisabeth Z94 SITUATION'S WANTED REGISTERED DRUGGIST With 12 years experience in retail drug store wants position anywhere In Valley. : Qualified to operate any department t In drug store A1 references. Wri»p Box 3. Pharr, Texas. Z~4 REAL ESTATE SALESMAN of hlgn character and proven ability of many years experience desires to connect himself with an established real estate office. Best of references. Box Z48 care Herald. ,. Z46 - — - i SERVICES OFFERED - | REMODEL AND MAKE over hata at the Ethel Hat Shop, 847 Washington, phone 1391. Z49 ARTICLES FOR SALE DETROIT COMPUTING scale, grocery type, half price. Phone 365-J. Z72 Classified Business Directory ARCHITECTS BEN V. PROCTER ENGINEERING CO. Archtitcts—Engineer. 206 Merchant Bank Bldg. Phone 617 > Brownsville. Texas ' E. G. HOLLIDAY Architect and Builder 109 State Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 906 t R. NEWELL WATERS Architect •-12 Security State Bank Building Westaco. Texas BUILDERS—CONTRACTORS PROCTER & DUDLEY General Contractors 528 Washington St. Brownsville, Texas Phone 627 Floor Tile Tile Mantel* Wall Tile Tile Drain Board* Estimate* given cheerfully. ^ Wm. Cameron & Co., Inc. JBarliiiftn Phone 490 E. M. RIDLEY General Contractor Koads, Land Leveling, Plowing, Sub-soiling EXCAVATIONS EMBANKMENTS 408 MERCHANTS NAT L BANK BROWNSVILLE PRAl—TRANSFER Mason Transfer & Grain Co. BONDED WAREHOUSE SEEDS OF ALL KINDS Light and Heavy Hauling WE MOVE ANYTHING 1105 Adams* Phone 139 AUSTIN TRANSFER COMPANY Crating. Shipping. Hauling Phones 421 and 519 HOTELS—CAFES WHITE KITCHEN Famous for Its Cooking—Immaculacy and Service The popular place for business lunches 12th between Elizabeth and Levee ROOM AND BOARD by week or month, meals served family style Call 1414. Hollingsworth Hotel, opposite Southern Pacific depot. _ FCNEr.AI DIRECTORS L REAL ESTATE - • LOS EBANOS Brownsville's Supreme Residential Dl* tnct, carefully restricted, completely 1 Unproved. Horae sites from »1200 00. | easy terms Jmes - Dickinson Co., j Realtors, corner El Jardln Hotel Bldg.. Brownsville. Riverside Park ! I Brownsville’s most exclusive reslden-1 tlal district. Carefully Improved home sites from $750 00 up. terms. l-acr», citrus groves planted to trees, modern Improvements. 3-years' care. Riverside Development Company, owners and de velopers. Sale3 office Riverside Boule vard. Riverside Tark W. M. Egan Sales Director, phone 13S3-YV. x39 MATRESS RENOV ATING Let Us Renovate Your Mattress Vfe make mattresses to order. All i repair work guaranteed. SOMMERS 12th and Adams Phone 674 OFFICE EQUIPMENT ART METAL' FILING Equipment Maverlck-Clarke Litho. Co. 208 Merchants National Bank Phonr 617—Brownsville Office Equipment and Supplies HARGROVES STATIONERY & BOOK STORE , Brownsville. Texas FLORISTS | BOWYER THE FLORIST, flowers and funeral designs. 1142 W. St. Charles. Phone 812 J. TYPEWRITERS DAVENPORT Typewriter Exchange ; (Brownsville’s Typewriter House)! Distributors. New L. C. Smith “81- j lent” 8 and Late Corona 4 type writers. Also sell Royal '‘ortables and ‘’Factory” Rebuilt*—fell makes. We repair all makes typewriter and adding machines. 1112 Elizabeth St. Phone 1105. — WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER SALES CO. Typewriters—Adding Machines Supplies—Repairs Phone 506—Harlingen Exclusive Sale* and Service UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER COMPANY 133 S. First Phon# 295 Harlingen attorneys” RALPH A. DUNKELBERG Attorney at Law Commercial Collections a Specialty 106 Seabury. George and Taylor Building Brownsville. Texas H. B GALBRAITH Attorney at Law Merchants National Bank Bldg. Brownsville, Texas REAL ESTATE_REAL ESTATE Real Estate in Cameron and Hidalgo Counties For Sale or Lease by Owner as Indicated Below Hotel Pharr, property in Pharr, Hidalgo County. Texas. 205 by 180 feet with two story hotel building, fully equipped for hotel purposes, most desirable hotel site in entire Valley: pre fer selling, but would lease. Donna theatre property in Donna, Hildalgo County, Texas, * 50 by 100 feet, one-story, brick building, lots 50 by 150 feet, in best business block in city. Prefer selling, but would lease for commercial purposes, not theatre purposes. 54 acres farm and citrus land, undeveloped, off of south end of Thompson subdivision in Cameron County, Texas, lying btween Harlingen, Combes, and La Feria. For sale only. Lots 4, 5, 6. Block 57. City of Pharr. Hidalgo County, Texas, most desirable residence property in city of Pharr. For sale only Communicate with Jas. A. Graham. 3rd Floor Merchants National Bank Building Brownsville, Texas ARTICLES FOR SALE J FOR SALE—One i.hare of stock. Laguna Vista Club. Make offer. John W. Francis. 529 Minnesota Ave, Kansas City. Kansas.Z96 GOOD PLAYER PIANO Slightly used player piano, standard make, guaranteed first-class. Reduced $375. Write box 562. Brownsville, for particulars. Y223 LIVESTOCK—POLL TK FOR SALE—Baby chicks from the Val ley's best Locks. We do custom hatch ing. O. R. Stbson Co, La Feria. Texas W-1WJ POLICE PUPPIES—For sale. Mrs Staf ford. 1719 Kayes Phone I075-J. xl39 BABY CHICKS—Rhode Island Reds. Earred Plymouth Rocks. White Leg horns. Booking orders for future de livery. Custom hatching Bring ycur eggs on Mondays. Roy E. Clark Seed Co.. San Benito. Texas. Y-57 ORDER your baby chick# from the Valley Hatcheiy Edinburg. Texas. Box: 814. Special prices on lots of five j hundred or more. Agents wanted Y175 ■ AUSTRALORPS—The Australian Black Orpington champion layers. Hatch ing eggs, stock. A Dlttman. on high- i way West Brownsville, phone 614. Z"3 BABY CHICKS every Tuesday. $9.00 per hundred and up. Custom hatching three cents per egg Bring your eggs any time. Camerou County Chlckertes. Lu Feria. Texas. Y-139 1 * FINANCIAL FOR SALE—Limited amount of Gate way Bridge Co. stock. P. O Be* 926. Z48 FOR SALE—65 shares International Drug company stock, worth $100 a share, with d.scount of 20 „ to buyer. Itauro Moya. Botica Matamoros, H Matamoroe. Mexico. 247 OIL LEAf~S OIL LEASfcb—Royalties. drilling blocks In Stai> H'Ualgo aud Zapata counties. J L. Per^y. McAllen. Texas. Barclay Bldg., phone, residence. h68-W, office. 686. Y192 BUSINESS U’FORTUNITIES FOR SALE—Filling station on high way. Good location, doing good busi ness; good reason for selling. Ad dress Z90 care Herald. 290 FILLING STATION -Best location in Valley, on mala highway. Will sacri fice. Box 232, Weslaco. Z97 ( FOR SALE—Cafe; good business, fine location. Address Box 174, La Ferta. | Texas. 266 ; WANTED TO BUY 20 AND 10 ACRES on highway near Brownsville, fronting resaca. Beautiful trees, with lovely building site unim proved. Bargain. $450 per acre. P. O. Box 122. Brownsville. Z72 FOR SALE—1 acre grapefruit grove Just outside of city limits. City water, gas.: and electricity. Excellent homeslte. Call W. M. Egan. 139B-W. x40 FOR SALE—Three 5-acre tracts citrus land Three 10-acre bearing groves. All close In. and at real bargain prices. Updegraff. La Ferla. Texas. Z21 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SALE OR TRADE—Seventy acres In Illinois. 2 miles from town, ror In come Valley property. Mrs. B. A. FUlmer. 502 Baxter Bldg , Harlingen. Texas. ZE7 CLEAR FARMS and city properties, value $180,000. trade for northern prop erty clear. Owner, P. O. Box 7. Brownsville. Texas. Z30 REAL ESTATE 20 ACRES at La Paloma. $100.00 an acre. Box 1088. San Benito. Z32 FOR 8ALE—Furnished or unfurnished 4-apartment building. Elizabeth street. Bargain. Phone 1237 from 9:30 to 11:30 mornings, or address X1I4 care Her- I aid. XU4 — INVESTIGATE SUMMIT PUCE THEN INVEST In Brownsville * new business and residential sub-division, located on 13th and 14th streets, one mile from Gateway Bridge, on the mam thoroughfare leading ; to the proposed ship channel, j municipal airport, rich farming district of El Jardin, and Boca ' Chica Beach. Easy terms. Ten per cent down, balance 5 years to pay. Jesse Dennett, phone 427. Brownsville. Texas. For Sub-Division 160 Acres Located 4 blocks from the high school and closer to Brownsville than the exclusive Los Ebanos Subdivision. Winding resaca run ning through property offering natural lake front sites for sub division. This property Is for sale by owners and cun be bought at a very attractive price. Henaon-Lo max & Houston and Brownsville Development Co. W-19I i • HOUSE* FOK SALE FOR SALE^-Small home, with ell con venience on corner lot In West. Brownsville. Real bargain. Terms. K desired. Small cash payment. b»l- , ance like rent. R. K. Henderson, own er, phone 353. Z50 SACRIFICE—Thoroughly modern 5 room house. Best buy in brown*vlile. Smalt payment down, balance like rent. Mrs. Florence Stafford, owner, 1719 Hayes. Victoria Ueigbts. Fhone 1375-1 j xl28 -j FOR SALE—Roomlnug house with two lots, one in the corner, house furnished or unfurnished. At bargain. Call at ! once. 1151 West St. Charles. West j Brownsville. 262 LOTS FOR SALE LOS EBANOS ESTATES Investigate the most beautllul subur ban development In the Valley. Imme diately north of Brownsville. Tracts of one acre up. under irrigation. For sale. Jamcs-Dlrklnson Company. Real tors. corner El Jardin Hotel Bldg. x98 FOR SALE—Two lots, having 105 feet frontage on pavement Military highway fairly close In. $1250.00. terms, pood title. Box 235. Brownsville. 254 APARTMENTS CONLEY APARTMENTS—2 rooms, hot water and gas. $25.00 per month.; Phone 84 7-W Y7| -- " i FOR RENT—2-room apartment with bath and garage. Call 247 Tenth Si. Charles Sts. Z92 F’URNISHED modern 3-room apart ment; garage. West Brownsville, phone 705. £33 KOK RENT. New apartments and rooms. Fhone 957-J. 8-; FURNISHED ROOMS FURNISHED ROOM—Private entrance. Also small bedroom. Gas, heat, na** cnable 1207 Jefferson. 276 FURNISHED ROOMS—South expusuie very close in. rea&ouable 942 Levee. _T-112 HOUSES - - . t FOR RENT—Four 5-room house^. mod rrn. reasonable. West St. Francis ' Frontier Lumber Co., phone 872. Y3 HOUSE—With uater, gas. lights: an other- with four lots fenced for chick ens. ■a-tth water and lights. Room 809 Elizabeth St. Z93 FOUR-ROOM house. $20 00. Eighth and St. Charles. Apply 743 St Charles. _ Y113 LAND FOR RENT FOR RENT—100 acres drv land near Olmlto for cotton. Fhone 309-J. Z72 LEGAL ADVERTISING THE STATE OF TEXAS TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY j CONSTABLE OF CAMERON COUNTY. GREETING: You are hereby commanded, ai you have heretofore been command ed, to summon D. E. Currier, who is absent from this state, to appear at the next regular term of the County Court of Cameron County at Law, Texas, to be held at the court house thereof, in the city of Browns ville, on the 1st Monday in April, 1930, being the 7th day of April. 1930, then and there to answer a petition filed in the said court on the 27th day of January, 1930, the file num ber of which is 4384. In which suit C. M. Wunderman is plaintiff and D. E. Currier is defendant; the cause of action being alleged as follows: Suit on promissory note dated December 5th. 1928. in favor of Hoyt Motor Company, signed by D. E. Currier, upon which there is now due and owing the sum of $110.40, interest, attorney’s fees and for the foreclosure of a chattel mortgage lien securing said debt, interest, costs, attorney's fees: and for such further relief as plaintiff may, in law and equity, be entitled to. You are commanded to so sum-| mon such defendant and to serve this citation by making publication of this citation once in each week’ for four <41 consecutive weeks pre vious to the return dav hereof, in some newspaner published in your county; but if there be no news Da per published in said county, then in any r.ewsraper published in the nearest, county where a newspaper is oublished. HEREIN FAIL NOT. but have you before said court, on the 1st day of the r.'xt regular term thereof, this writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same. GIVEN T7NDFF MY HAND AND SEAL OF o*nCE this 4th day of Febnnry, 1930. SEAL H D REAGO Clerk cf the county court of, Crmercn Conn tv r.t Law. Bv: O. F. BRFNNER Denuty. H. D. REAGO. Clerk r* th* rouutv '•ourt. of »< t Teve*. v- n f WR.FNNFR. P»«i*tv Trsued on the 4th dav of February. 1930. 2-10-17-24-3-4t—3657 F. O. B. shipping point informa tion reported Saturday. Feb. 8: Lower Rio Grande Valley points; Warm, clear. Cabbage: Haulings moderate. Light wire i :qulry, demand limit ed. market dull. Carloads and in mixed cars FOB usual terms—round type bulk per ton $60-65. few low as $55; crates around $3.50; lettuce crates $2,753.00. Carloads and in mixed cars FOB usual cash tra:k —round type bulk per ton $50-65. mostly $50. Sunday- r partly c!r,,dy. Carrots: Haulings light. Light wire inquiry, demand slow, market dull. Carloads FOB usual terms— too few sales reported to quote. In mixed cars FOB usual terms— c.ates mostly $1.40-1.50 bushels mostly around $1.00; few lower. In mixed cars FOB cash track—orates very few sales around $1.25; bush els "i-SOc. Beets. Haulings light. Moderate wire inquiry, demand moderate, market steady. Carloads FOB usual t*rms—too lew sales, reported to quote. In mixes! cars FOB usual terms—crates $1.65-1.75; bushels $1.25-1.50. Primary destinations of Lower Valiev movement rejiorted Satur day. Feb. 8: Cabbage: 35 Houston; 33 St. Louis: 8 ShreveiM>rt; 7 Memphis; 3 Detroit; 2 each Jersey City; Ft. Worth; 1 each F • City*. Knox ville. Toronto, Chicago, Meridian, Morristown, Birmingham. New York. t Carrots: 6 St. Louis; 1 each Bos t*n. La Crosse, Houston. Cincinnati. rMladelphia. Beets and carrots: 1 each Houston. St. Louis. Beets: 2 Philadelphia; 1 St. Louis. Spinach: 4 St. Louis; 2 Houston; 1 cc-h Oklahoma City. Omaha. M.nr.eapolis. Mixed citrus: 6 Houston; 1 Denver. Grapefruit: 9 Houston; 3 Fort Worth: 2 Dallas; 1 each Omaha, Danville. Birmingham. Indianapolis. Milwaukee. Grand Rapids. Joplin. Hutchinson. Oranges: 1 Dallas. Parsley: 2 New York. Letuce: 1 Jersey City. Mustard Greens: 1 Baton Rouge. Mixed vegetables: 17 Houston; 14 St. Louis: 4 New York; 3 Nash ville; 2 each Memphis. Dallas; 1 each El Paso. Galve: on, Hayvillo, 3aton Rouge. New Orleans. Boston. Pittsburg. Ks.. Kansas City, Phila delphia. Minneapolis. Dayton. Hat tiesburg. Chicago. Waterville, Mo.. Fittsburg, Ft. Worth. Enid. Shreve port. Shawnee. Natchez. Little Rock., Joplin. Birmingham, Greenville. I Charleston. Bluefield, Regina. Lower Rio Grande Valley move ment reported Sunday and Monday morn»ng3: Grapefruit 11. mixed citrus 3. mixed \cgctablcs 42. cabbage 60. beets and car ols 1. carrots 8. beet' 3. spinach 2. total 130 cars. Freight movement to date this season: Fruit 3924, vegetables 4809, total 37 33; to same day last season—Fruit 1247. vegetables 4785. total 6012 cars. Carlot shipments of entire Unit-: rd States reported S-.turday and Sunday: v/auuasc. ai AMiiin i. ccuuuui. , 10. Florida 24. Michigan 2, New York 33. Pennsylvania 2. Texas 98. Wisconsin 4. total U. S. 83 cars. Spinach: Ter-- 56. total U. 2. 1 56 cars. Grapefruit: Arizona 2. California 3. Floiida 62. Texas 18. total U. S. 65 cars. Mixed vegetables: Texas 73, oth ers 77. total U. 8. 153 ears. Additional FOB information re ported Saturday. Feb. 8: Rochester. N. Y. (Western New York points:) Min. 20 degree,, Max. 320. snowing. Cabbage: Good wire inquiry, de mand moderate. market about steady. Carloads FOB usual terms; Danish type bulk per ton! mostly S60. Few $65; 90 and 100 ib. sacks per ton mostly $65. few higher. Carrots: Moderate -ire inquiry demand moderate market steady. Carloads FOB usual terms—very few sales 100 lb. sacks cut $1 50. Some shippers holding for higher prices. Sanford. Fla., (Winter Garden District:) Cabbage: Hauling* light. Moderate wire inquiry, demand good, market slightly stronger. Car- i loads FOB usual terms—pointed type 1 1-2 bushel hampers $2 00. Sao-Antonio. Texas (South Texes points :3 Warm, clear. Spinach: Hauling* moderate. Moderate wire inquiry, demand moderate, market stead. Bushel bas kets Savoy—carloads FOB cash track 60-80c, mostly 65c: usual terms mostly 75c: few 70c. Some shippers holding for higher prices. NEW CHt'RCH OFFICER VATICAN CITY. Feb. 10— Cardinal Pacelii today formally took over the office of secretary of state for the Vatican State. ' He was received by Pope Pius this morning. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS. Port of Brownsville. Texas. Jan 27. 1930. Notice is here by given that on January 25. 1930, there was seized for violation of Sect. 593 Tariff Act 1922 and Sect. 3062 R. s, from Pedro Reyna, near Brownsville. Texas. One Ford Road ster, motor No. 13787246, and from Fco. Lai ton and Marcos Quintero, near San Benito, Texas. One Chev rolet Touring Auto. Mo'or No. 3141585. Any one claiming the above described automobiles will file claim w’ith me within twenty (20) days from the date of this notice; otherwise I will sell the automobiles at public auction at the U. S. Customhouse. Browms ille. Texas, on Monday. February 17. 1930. at 10 oclcrk A. M.-Wm. Neale. Deputy Collector. Seizures: 1692-B and 1533-3 ;-27-3-10-3t-3664 I RESTAURANTS BEING DUPED False Inspectors Warned Against By Graham Warning against any except duly accredited inspectors with creden tials to show their authority is be ing issued to proprietors of cafes by R. C. Graham, city milk and sani tary inspector. “No cafe proprietor is required to allow inspection of his premises by any one who cannot show creden tials to prove his authority," Gra ham says. “If the regular inspec tors are not carrying such papers, they can secure them if they are de manded bv the restaurant men.” Graham’s warning is given as a result of reports that men have have passed themselves off as in soectors to aet information about their competitors. Graham says instances of nseudn inspectors have been reported, and he is now investigating these. I I N. Y. STOCKS NEW YORK. Feb. 10—t**)— The stock market opened Irregularly higher today. Southern Pacific mounted 2 points, and Atlantic re fining. Kennccott, Union Carbide, and American Telephone gained about 1 point each. Radio, New Haven. Consolidated Gas. Gold Dust and Electric Auto Lite mount ed 1-4 to 1-2. Union Pacific slippaa j back 2 1-4. Canadian Pacific and International Telephone 1 point, and International Harvester. Tenas Corp.. and Sinclair. 1-4 to 1-2. Renewal of operations for the 1 advance in the utilities and invest ment rails gave the market a firm er tone. Western Union, concerning which 1 fresh slltup rumors were heard, rose 3 1-4 points. Peoples gas jump ed 4 1 -4. Shorts were sent to cover in Simmons, which rose more than 2 po.nts. Canadian Pacific sagged at the opening, but soon sold up nearly 2 points. Shares gaining 1 to 13-4 included New' York Cen tral. Kansas City Southern. Na tional Dairy, U S. Steel. Pacific Gas. Stone and Webster. Bur- ! roughs, and U. S. Rubber. Fox film was a soft spot, sagging 11-2 points. The Fox situation comes up again in federal court this week. Foreign exchanges opened barely steady, with Sterling at $4.30 5-16, off 1-16. N. O. COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 10—fjpi— Cotton opened steady in response to relatively higher cables. Initial transactions showed advances of 9 to 10 pionts. After a recession, the market rallied cn trade buvinT, March selling up to 15.15. May 15.41 and July 15.61, or 13 to 18 points over Saturday’s dose. Toward the end of the first hour the market encountered realising and telling by ring traders, and prices eased off 8 points from the highs. N. Y. COTTON NEW YORK. Feb. 10—</F>—Cot ton opened barely steady at a net advance of 6 to 11 points on a con tinuance of covering responsible j for Saturday's rally while there was further trade buying and com- j mission house demand promoted by ! the fairly steady showing of Liver pool. The advance met further liquida tion but it seemed to be quite readily absorbed with May selling up to 15.67 and October to 16.08 or about 9 to 17 points net higher , during the early trading. This bulge met realizing by recent buy ers. but the market was steady and within 6 or 7 points of the best at the end of the first half hour. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO. Feb. 10—(A*)— Wheat ranged higher In price here todav, helped by upturns in Liverpool quotations and because of wide spread freezing temperatures over Europe, especially France. Opening unchanged to l-2c high er. Chicago wheat afterward show ed gains all around. Corn and oats were likewise firmer with corn starting unchanged to 1-Sc & l-4e up. and subsequently scoring a general advance. Provisions de clined. BITTER AND EGGS CHICAGO. Feb. 10—uPi— Butter firm: creamery extras 361-2; stan dards 361-2; extra firsts 35 to 35 1-2; firsts 33 to 34; seconds 31 to 32. Eggs firm; extra firsts 38; graded firsts 37 to 371-2; ordinary firsts 33 to 35. POULTRY CHICAGO. Feb. 10—W—Poultry hens and springs firm; balance steady; fowls 24 to 26; springs 27: broilers 28: roosters 18: turkeys 25: ducks 16 to 17; geese 15. Fisherman Writes to Ask About Tarpon Spring fever is beginning to lie felt in places besides the sunny Rio, Grande Valley. But when the fever becomes uncontrollable, thoughts turn to this section. C. L. Maillot, of Maillot and Ste wart. Dallas, writes to the local chamber of commerce and asks how the tarpon are biting. Mr. Maillot is apparently suffering from an acute case of spring fever, for he demands an immediate answer. He states that he wili be down here as scon as he receives a favor- I able answer. Herrera Apparent Victor as President BOGOTA. Colombia. Feb. 10—j —Returns from yesterday's national presidential election indicated to day that doctor Enrique Olaya Her rera. Colomb.nn minister at Wash ington and candidate of the libera! party, carried the principal Col ombian cities by a substantial majority. Valley Men to Austin For Citrus Ban Fight < Special to The Herald > HARLINGEN. Feb. 10—C. Finley Ewing of Harlingen and H. 8. Hins ley of La Ferta, Valley nursery man. left here Sunday night for Austin to urge submission to the present legislature of the proposed bill against shipment of Florida citrus stock into Texas. The men were appointed as a committee on the matter by Valley chamber of commerce secretaries and nursery men. The two are to meet Governor Moody and request that he aid the Valley and other citrus growing sec tions of the state in their fight for the ban on Florida nursery stock by presenting the bill during the present legislative session. They will point out to him personally the acuteness of the situation for grow ers and shippers, especially since it is understood that two carloads of the Florida nursery stock is al ready enroute to the Valley. Taxpayers Discuss Problem of Pharr (Special to The Herald' PHARR. Feb. 10—The taxpayers of the city of Pharr held a meeting in the Kiwanis building Friday for the purpose of discussing problems relative to the future welfare of the city and to discuss probable candidates for the approaching city municipal election George Hcldridgv was elected chairman of the meet ing and talks by the various citi zens were made. Several names were mentioned for the office of mayor and commis sioners but no names were definitely I decided upon. A committee was ap pointed consisting of E. C. White,1 John Cook and Earnest Calhoun ior the purpose of managing the campaign for the city election. Minister Wins Suit But Returns to Work ROCKFORD, Feb. 10— <*»>—,John Lcgna Warren, deposed Methodist minister of Dura td, went back to his jcb at a box factory here today alter having won his second slander , suit against five numbers of his j former flock who he charges were rt ponsible for Ms unfrocking. Judgment of $10,000 was awarded by a jury in circuit court Saturday, j the first award having been twice that amount. The former pastor had asked $50,000 damages in connection with the defendants' alleged activi ties in removing him as heed of his church after a domestic in his em ploy made affidavit of illicit rela tionship with him. Labor Organization Directors Meeting (Special to The Herald.) SAN BENITO. Feb. 10-Directors of the Lower Rio Grande Valley Inc., new organization for study of the Valley labor situation, are meeting here today for election of officers and perfecting plans for future activities cn the labor ques tion. The directors, nine in number, arc discussing various phases of the Valley labor and immigration situa tion upon which they will center action. ! City Briefs] Non-Surglcal Methods—For drain ing sinuses. Special work on the car, eye, nose, and throat. Drs. An derson & Anderson, Chiropractic and Electro-Therapj-. Adv. 10. Masons Meet.—Brownsville com manded No. 62 of the Masonic lodge will hold a regular meeting Monday evening, it has been an nounced by Secretary Ball. Demand Val-Rub when buying your rubbing alcohol. Manufactured by Delta Laboratory, Brownsville. For sale at all drug stores. Adv. Go to Covacevich. He has every thing where he can find it. Adv. tl. Palmist Here.—The famous Amer ican Palmlat. Prof. Robert Knight, Is again at Palm Courts. Consult him for palm or crystal reading Here this week only. Adv. 16 Our Trees, were not hurt by the recent cold. 50.000 firet-class citrus trees ready for immediate delivery. Phone 158. Blacks Nursery. Donna. Texas Adv 13. r—' — — — Intentions Filed i—J Francisco Cortez and Mercedes Hernandez. Brownsville. Marriage licensee issued: Gulller- f mo Villareal and Bclen Longoria. Joe House and Bedie Graham. David Hernandez and Raquel Teren. DISINFECT THE CLERGY SUNDERLAND. Eng.- It has again been decided to admit clergy men to local hospitals only if they submit to be.ng disinfected on leaving. SOCIETY DRUG ADDICTS LONDON.— Leading physicians declare that the number of society people addicted to drugs is in creasing at an alarming rate. LIQUOR RING UNCOVERED Government's Industrial Alcohol Charged * Illicitly Used CHICAGO, Feb. lO.—^Fl—A con spiracy indictment against ISO per sons and 31 corporations charglni them with a plot to violate the na tional prohibition laws was return ed by the federal grand Jury to day. The indictment, returned be fore Federal Judge George A. Car penter. charged the illegal with drawal of 1.000.000 gallons of alco hol from government sources. CHICAGO. Feb. 10—The Herald and Examiner declared to day that “The biggest liquor con spiracy m the history of prohibition enforcement” had been uncovered by federal agents and that more than 150 persons were involved. A ring, or syndicate, operating from coast to coast and with head quarters in Chicago, “has made millions of dollars and has flooded the United States with millions of gallons of spurious hootch,” the newspaper said. "And most astounding of all," the account continues. “The United States government has supplied every drop of the liquor." The federal investigation has been under way since last July, the Her ald and Examiner said, and in volves the withdrawal and diver sion of industrial alcohol. WASHINGTON. Feb. 10—(JF— Prohibition headquarters today said that an investigation of the liquor ring m Chicago had been under way for several months. Prohibition Commissioner Doran was in Chi cago today. Aged Man Dies of Wreck Injuries HARLINGEN. Feb. 10.-Wilbur L. Feed. 76. died at Valley Baptist hos pital Sunday afternoon as the re sult of Injuries received about a month ago in an automobile ac cident at Stuart Place during' a drive with a land party. Services are to be held this after noon at 4 p. m. at Thomnson’s mor tuary following which the body Is to be forwarded to Spartanburg, Pa., for burial. A daughter of the aged man, Mrs. J. A. Templeton, resides in Har lingen. Hopkins Players Open Here Monday The Mcnrce players will open a week's stand here Monday evening under the auspices of the local Elks dub. The company is located on the Wells let. between 4 »i and 5th streets. Ladles will be admitted free with each adult paid admission Monday night, it has been announced. The opening play Monday night will be a comedy drama, "The Great est Question ' in four acts. Several vaudeville numbers will be presented aiso. The show will be changed each night this week. The Fontcnelle Five will furnish music for the shows. Tower of Jerico is Found by Scientist LONDON. Feb. 10.—i/P>—A Jeru salem dispatch to the London Dally Expnrs today aid that Professor Garstang. leading an expedition to excavate ruins of the ancient city of Jericho, reported the discovery of the tower of that city. According to the dispatch, it is a citadel and resembles the defensive towers of the Canaanitc City. It is built of brick wails twelve feet thick rising 27 feet above the foundation. Pro fessor Garstang believed from the pottery he unearthed that the tower was erected about 2000 B. C. State Entomologist Not Yet in Valley (Special to The Herald) HARLINGEN. Feb. 10—J. M. Del Curto. state entomologist, reported to be enroute to the Valley to in vestigate shipping of citms, had not arrived Monday morning. It is thought possible that Del Curto is in Austin today to meet the Valley committee there in con nection with tha proposed bill against shipment of Florida citrus stock into the state. C:vi! Dirtrict Court Openc Term Monday Following its adiourment Satu: • day. the civil district court will re oDcn for another term next Mon day. A fairly large docket will con front Judge A. M. Kent. The crinr- 1 district court will open on the same date. NEWSBOY TO LORI) MAYOR BRADFORD. Eng—H M. Trot ter. re-elected Lord Mayor of Brad ford. was born in a slum and earn ed his fust money as a newsboy POET-THIEF IN AGAIN CHICAGO —Charles Alistair, who divides hi* time between wr»ting poetry *l1 stealing purses, has been arrested for the 19th time. Valley-made Plane Cracks For Crowd and Movies Feb. 23 'Social to Th» Herald.) DONNA. Peb. 10—The Rio Gran de will be the scene of a thrilling motion picture stunt cn Feb. 23 when a motion picture company will use a Valley-made airplane In a crack-up scene at Donna. In this sc?ae from a picture depicting the old barn-storming days the ship i will descend from the skies at a rapid speed and crash through a bam while cameras take motion I pictures of the scene. The pilot remain in he cock-pit of the plant while it crashes. The airplane to be used for the scene was constructed by Johnlc Bente while working as a mechanic in a Pharr garage at a cost of M53 Previous to building and flying this plane Bente had only six hour? solo flying The company who take* the picture of Bente's ship in th« crash will have Its own pilot. <