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CARNIVAL FOR i
U SIGNED
Roy Gray Shows Part Of
Entertainment For
Onion Fete
(Special to The Herald.)
RAYMONDVILLE. Feb. 20—At a
meeting of the Onion Fiesta Com
mittee of the American Legion,
contracts were signed recently with
the Roy Oray shows, a carnival
company, which wiil furnish a
portion of the entertainment for
the Second Annual Onion Fiesta,
to be held in Raymondville, March
20. 21 and 22.
The committee rejoiced over a
letter from 1 Orro” Cox. Command
er of the State Department of the
American Legion, in which he
stated that both he and Adjutant
Bob Whitaker would be with the
local legion during the fiesta.
The Legion has also decided to
use a unique form of advertisement
for the fiesta which will be hand
made posters made by one of the
members of the post. It is expect
ed that by the first of the week
they will be seen in ail parts of
the Valle)’.
Letters being received from
various posts in different parts of
the fifteenth District announce
that delegations are planning to
attend the celebration.
” Day In Con great |
(By The Associated Press)
Thursday:
^Senate:
Resumes consideration of agri
cultural section of tariff bill.
Interstate Commerce committee
continues investigation of federal
power commission.
Lobby committee continues hear
ing on muscle shoals legislation.
House
Resumes debate on the first de
ficiency bill.
Judiciary committee continues
hearings on proposal:: to repeal or
amend the eighteenth amendment.
Banking and currency committee
discusses mquirv into branch, group
and chain banking
Expenditures committee holds
hearing on proposed consolidation
of governmental agencies dealing
with war veterans.
Wednesday:
Increased tariff rates on several
agricultural products.
Senate failed to reach vote on
nomination of Hugh M. Tate as
member Interstate Commerce com
mission
House:
Passed three bills affecting bank
ing.
Judiciary committee resumed
hearings on proposals to modify or
repeal the eighteenth amendment.
Agriculture committe concluded
hearings on Summers bill to provide
federal supervision of dealers in
perishable agricultural products.
Large Apartments
May Come to Valley
< Special to The Herald.)
HARLINGEN. Feb 20—Charles
Benson, head of the Benson Con
struction company, will be in the
Lower Rio Grande Valley soon, to
decide whether he will build a num
ber of large apartment buildings in
this section.
Mr. Benson has been In com
munication with the chamber of
commerce here, and in his last let
ter to the secretary. John T Floore.
he 6tatcs that he w ill visit the Val
ley soon.
WEATHER SUMMARY
Barometric pressure was mod
erately low to low throughout the
western ball of the country this
morning «Portland. Oregon 29.30
inches), and relatively to moderate
ly high over the eastern half. Pair
to partly cloudy weather continued
therefore throughout the United
States east of the Plateau region.
Cloudy and unsettled weather pre
vailed over the far western states,
where light to moderate rains were
also general within the last 24
hours. Temperature change* were
unimportant, and readings contin
ued near the season average
throughout the country this morn
ing.
BULLETIN
First figures, lowest temperatures
last night; second, highest tempera
tures yesterday; third, wind ve
locity at 8 a. m.; fourth, precipi
tation in last 24 hours:
Abilene . 54 74 14 .00
Amarillo . 46 74 10 .00
Atlanta . 54 68 .. .00
Austin . 52 72 .. .00
Boise . 50 64 14 .00
Boston . 46 58 .. .00
BROWNSVILLE.... 60 73 10 .00
Calgary . 30.00
Chicago . 48 64 12 .00
Cleveland . 54 68 26 .00
Corpus Christi .... 62 72 .. .00
Dallas . 50 68 12 .on
Del Rio. 56 74 12 .00
Denver . 38 64 .. .00
Dodge City . 46 78 .. .oo
El Paso . 50 78 12 .00
Fort Smith . 50 72 .. .00
Helena . 38 58 .. oo
Houston 54 68 12 .00
Huron . 32 60 .. .oo
Jacksonville ....... 56 66 in .oo
Kansas City . 54 74 16 .00
Louisville . 50 70 .. .no
Memphis . 52 68 .. oo
Miami . 66 74 20 .08
New Orleans . 52 70 .. .no
North Platte . 34 74 .. .00
Oklahoma City .... 52 72 18 no
Palestine . 50 63 .. .00
Pensacola .. 52 66 12 .no
Phoenix . 54 84 .. on
Port Arthur . 56 68 .. no
Roewell . 40 78 .. .oo
St. Louis . 50 76 10 .00
St. Paul . 34 5*
Salt Lake City .... 46 64 12 .00
San Antonio. 52 72 .. .00
i Santa Fe •••••••«»» 36 58 .. .00
Sheridan . 30 56 .. .00 j
. Shreveport . 50 70 .. .00 (
Vicksburg . 48 70 .. .00
Washington . 40 66 .. .00
Willis ton . 32 50 .00
Wilmington . 46 68 .. .00
# .. _ «... . A 4.
N. Y. STOCKS
NEW YORK. Feb. 20—^— The
stock market was heavy at the
opening today. Westinghouse Elec
tric dropped 4 points, American Can
2. and American Machine and
Foundry 21-2. Johns Manvllle.
Lambert, General Electric. Simmons
and Anaconda lost about 1 point.
U. S. Steel, Radio and Columbia
gas lost 5-5.
The market continued to sell off
during the first half hour. With a
few exceptions, however, loeses were
limited to a point or so.
Westinghouse Electric, a recent
bull feature, extended Its loss to
5 points, then rebou .ded 3. Gulf
States Steels. International Silver.
J. I. Case, and National lead lost
3 points or more, and such shares
as U. S. Steel, consolidated Gas.
American Telephone. Standard Gas.
Coca Cola, New Haven. Paramount.
Simmons and Union Carbide lost 1
to 2 points.
Foreign exchanges opened fairly
steady, with sterling at $4 86 1-32.
up 1-32.
N. O. COTTON
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 20—4’»—
Cotton opened easier owing to
rather poor cables, and first trades
showed losses of 3 to 4 points. Lark
of sustained support continued the
market on the downward trend un- !
til March traded down to 14.99.:
May to 15 22 and July to 15.45, or
7 to 9 points below yesterday's close.
At the end of the first hour the
market was steady at the declines.
■■■ — -
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK. leb. 20—</P—Cot
ton opened steady at a decline of
3 to 9 points. There was some trade
buying and covering at the decline,
but it was in comparatively light,
while there was further liquidation
and scattered selling which appear
ed to come partly from the south.
After selling off to 15 44 lor May
and 15.83 for Octoocr, prices held
within a point or two oi these fig
ures at ihc end of the first half
hour.

CHICAGO UHL AT
CHICAGO. Feb 20.—t*V-All tie
in epes of wh-at heir and at every
leading market, foreign and do
mestic smashed down early toria,
to new low puce records lor the
reason.
Opening 1-2 to 2 1-4 off. Chicago
wheat future deliveries rebounded
afterward to near yesterday's fin
ish. Corn, oats and provisions
weakened with wheat, and then ral
lied, earn starting 1-4 to 7-8 off.
and subsequently scoring slight
gains.
Crazed Negro Hold*
Cops Off Two Hour*
BALTIMORE. Feb. 20—yP*— For
nearly two hours after he had
wounded a police lieutenant. John
Loftus. a crazed negro, maintained
a barricade In his home here last
night besieged by more than a score
of police. More than a hundred
shots were fired on both sides, while
several thousand spectators surged
against police lines at either end
of the block. Tear gas bombs final
ly were brought into action, and.
weakened by their fumes, the man
was captured. Police lieutenant
John W. Robinson was shot by
Loftus when the officer attempted
to arrest him on a warrant charging
him with assault.
100 GOLFERS
BEGIN PLAY
Nation’s Ranking Players
And Amateurs
Take Jaunt
SAVANNAH. Feb. 20—(Ph-Nearly
a hundred of the country's golf ex
ponents started play today over the
country club course in the first
round of the 72-hole $3,000 open
tournament. Eighteen holes will be
played today, another 18 tomorrow,
and 36 on Saturday.
The nation's ranking cash per
formers and Southern amateur:, led
by Bobby Jones, national open king,
yesterday took a jaunt around the
difficult par 74 course.
The Atlanta lawyer-golfer turned
i:-. a 70. four under regulation fig
ures on his morning round, and then
came back in the afternoon 18 holes
to pobl a i>8. six under par and only
two more than the course record of
66 held by Kayton Smith, Savan
nah amateur.
Stevenson, Gregg
Shoot Good Scores
The improved shooting of Steven
son a:> Gregg was the high Ipot
In the Latseli-Wells sheet club shoot
Wednesday afternoon. Stevenson,
who has been off his stride, regain
ed his form In swinging the gun
and broke a 23 and 22 In two at
tempts.
Gregg surprised the field by
breaking a 22. a 21 and an 18. In
competition with Leonard and Wade
two of the best local skeeters. Gregg
broke his 22 to top both of them.
The scores follow:
Stevenson . 23 22
Wade . B B 21
Leonard . 23 20 19 17
Gregg . 22 21 18
Ratsell . 22 20 17
Marku&sen . 19
Wells . 19 1R
Singer . 19 13 12
Tandy . 15
District Engineer
Brownsville Visitor
District Engineers M. P. Tox.
Oalveston. arrived In Brownsville
Wednesday night, accompanied by
Mai. J. Work. Savannah. Oa. Fox
and Work plan to leave Thursday
night it was stated.
The object of the trip to this
section is to conduct a general In
spection tour.
An automobile tour of the Valley
was made Thursday by the visitors.
Wanted for Forgery
MONTGOMERY. Ala.. Feb. 20—
Judge Walter B. Johns had un
der consideration today evidence
brought in behalf of Moody Young,
wanted in Borger. Texas, for for
gery. at a habeas corpus hearing.
Young was arrested several days
ago by chief of Detectives Paul
Rapport and Captain Troy Murrell
on a tip that he was in Montgomery.
He had been trailed through var
ious southern states by detectives.
The hearing was held late yes
terday. and Judge Johns withheld
Immediate decision.
mrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm—mmmmmwammmmmmMMMv «
F. O. B. Shipping Point Informa
tion Reported Wednesday, Feb. 18.
Lower Rio Grande Valley Points
Warm, clear.
Cabbage; Haulings moderate.
Good wire inquiry, demand good,
market slightly stronger. Carloads
and in mixed cars FOB usual terms
—round type bulk per ton $60
62.50, mostly $60; crates $3.50; let
tuce crate* around $$3 00. Carloads
and in mixed cars FOB cash track
round type bulk per ton $55-57.60;
crates mostly $3.25; lettuce crates
$2 75-3 00. Truckloads cash to grow
ers—bulk per ton mostly $50. few
$55.
Carrots: Haulings moderate. Mo
derate wiro inquiry, demand limited,
market about steady. Carloads and
I in mixed cars FOB usual terms few
j sales—crates $1.35-1.65. mostly $1.40
! -1.50; bushels $0.90-1.00. In mixed
cars FOB cash track—crates few
sales $1 35-140; bushels very few
sales 75-OOc.
1 Beets: Haulings moderate. Mo
derate wire inquiry, demand moder
ate. market steady. Carloads and in
mixed cars FOB usual terms very
! few sales—crates mostly $2.25; bu
shels $1.50-1.75. In mixed cars FOB
cash track—crates mostly $2 00.
bushels very few sales $1.25-1.60.
Primary Destinations of Lower
Valley Movement Reported Wednes
c y, Feb. 19:
Cabbage: 23 Houston; 15 St.
Louis; 6 Chicago; 4 Memphis; 2
each Detroit, Philadelphia; 1 each
Pittsburgh, New York. Indianapolis.
Carrots; 10 New York; 4 Phila
delphia; 3 St. Louis; 1 each Chica
go. Pittsburgh
Beets: 2 Houston; 1 each Balti
more, Chicago.
Turnip Greens; 1 Houston.
Spinach: 1 each Houston. Ft.
Worth. St. Louis.
Lettuce: 1 Jersey City.
Parsley: 2 New York; 1 each Hous
ton. St. Louis.
Mixed Vegetables: 14 Houston; 6
St. Loun; 3 each Ft Worth. Mem
i phis; 2 Nashville; 1 each Texarkana
Shamrock. Shawnee. Beaumont,
Shreveport. Baton Rouge. New Or
leans. Chicago. Daylon, Ccffeyvllle,
Minneapolis. Anniston. Greenville.
MEND-A-RUN SHOP
Don’t throw your Silk Hose I
away! Let Mr*. Barbara Os
trander mend the ran* and
snags. All Work Guaranteed.
MRS. ANNA NORLING’S
CORSET SHOP
1327 Elizabeth Brownsville
■ ■- ■■ ■ ■ )
..
OLR market is at your elbow—
your weekly shopping becomes
nothing more than a phone call. For
Ainsworth & Colgin brings you the
same courteous attention, the same
good foods, the same great savings
whether you come in or phone your
order. Go to the telephone and take
advantage of these splendid and
wholesome bargains.
920-Phone-921
Hattiesburg, Sporfanburg. Philadel
phia, Springfield Mo., Sioux City.
Lower Rio Grande Valley Move
ment Reported Thursday Morning.
Feb. 20:
Grapefruit 1. mixed citrus 1, mix
ed vegetables 58, cabbage 104. beets
and carrots 8, beets 11 carrots 22,
turnip* 3. parsley 2. lettuce 1. spin
ach 4. total 215 cars, freight move
ment to date this season—Fruit
3,978, Vegetables 6.104. total 10.082;
to same day last season—Fruit 1.
353. Vegetables 8.167. total 7.520 care.
Carlot Shipments of Entire United
States Reported Wednesday, Feb
19:
• Includes cars billed from mid
night to midnight.)
Cabbage: California 12, Florida
29, Michigan 1. New York 9. Texas
83. Washington 1. Wisconsin 1, to
tal US 136 cars.
Carrots: California 28. New York
11. Texas 22. total US 61 cars.
Spinach: California 1, South Car
olina 4. Texas 124. total US 129 cars.
Grapefruit: Arizona 4. California
3. Florida 107. total US 114 cars.
Mixed Vegetables: Texas 70. others
53. total US 123 care.
Additional FOB Information Re
ported Wednesday. Feb. 19;
Rochester, N. Y. (W’estern New
York Points): Min. 43o Max. 59o,
clear.
Cabbage: Moderate wire inquiry,
demand slow, market, strong. No
sales reported. Boom shippers hold
ing for higher prices.
Carrots: Light wire inquiry, de
mand slow, market dull. Carloads
FOB usual terms—100 lb sacks cut
$1.50; bushel baskets $1.05-1.10.
Spinach: Haul mgs heavy. Light
wire inquiry, demand moderate, mar
ket dull and weak. Bushel basket*
Savoy very few sales—carloads FOB
cash track mostly 40c. some offer
ing 35c. some buyers offering 35c
with split on returns above 40c: us
ual terms few sales 50c. Most ship
ments rolled unsold.
All Reservations
For Banquet Taken
WESLACO. Feb. 19—Chamber of
Commerce officers announce that
all tickets for the annual banquet
of the organisation to be given
tonight have been sold. About 175
or 200 reservations have been made,
and Include a large representation
of Valley chamber officials and
guests among the local patronage.
A program which is assured to
furnish much entertainment for
guests is to be given in connection
with the banquet.
AREZZO. Italy ifPh-An old Ro
man tomb dating from the second
century B. C.. has been uncovered
on the plateau known as "the white
mill." near here. Workmen engaged
in roadbuilding were the discoverers.
Cost 85 Cents A Month
to Lose Pounds of Ugly Fat
Thousands of Women
Know This Is True
How would you like to lose 15
pounds of fat in a month and at the
same time increase your energy and
improve your health?
How* w’ould you like to loce un*
healthy fat that you don't n-cd and
don't want and at the »ame time
feel better than you have for years?
How would yoif lute to lose your
double chin and your too prominent
abdomen and at the same time
make your skin so clear that It will
compel admiration?
How would you like to get your
weight down to normal and at the
same time develop that urge for ac
tivity that makes work a pleasute
and also gain in ambition and keen
ness of mind?
Oet on the scales to-day and sec how
much you weigh—then get an 85 cent |
bottle of Kritschcn Salta which will
i last you 4 weeks. Take one hair tea
spoonful every morning In a giav- of
hot water and when you have finished
the flrat bottje weigh yourself again.
Now you can laugh at. the people
who pay hundrtd* of dollar* to lot'’ a
I few pound* of fdt—now you win know
the pleasant way to lose uusigntiv fat
and you’ll also know that the « vitaliz
ing salts of Kruschen (Salts that your
blood, nerves and glands must have to
function properly t—have presented you
»1»h glorious health
After that you'll want to walk around
and sav to your friends —"One 85 cent
bottle of Kruschen Salts Is worth one
hundred dollars of any fat persons
money.'*
Leading druggists America over sell
Kruachen Salts—you can always get tt
at McKay'a Tharmacy. adv.
Hamper Wool Market
SONORA. Feb. 20.—{.T)—Wool
growers of the southwest today
were considering a charge made by
F. J. Hagenbartli. Spencer. Idaho,
president of the National Wool
Growers association, that Boston
wool buyers were seeking to hamper
cooperative wool marketing activi
ties sponsored by the Federal Faim
Board.
Murder Counts Filed \
LULING. Feb. 20—«*>— Charge*
of murder have been filed against
Joe Bobbitt. Jack Bobbitt, and Ed
Henderson in connection with the
death of Oecwge Seward Feb. 13.
Claiming Seward fell from a car
in which they were all riding, the
trio will appear before the grand
Jury next month. The men were
graced ball.
you are NOT
— vours
Are you being denied the happiness that is due you in life?
Makes
You
Feel
Like
Your s elf
Again
IT is easy to abuse our golden life-given body,
but Nature has a way of signaling danger.
If heeded, graver troubles may be avoided.
That tired, exhausted feeling, lack of appetite,
aches and pains, flabby flesh, skin troubles—all
speak of a body weakness—a lack of the normal
count of red-blood-cells.
Every normal person's blood should contain
about 5,000,000 red corpuscles to the cubic mil
limeter—those vitalizing, tiny red-cells which
give blood its color and are carriers of nourish
ment to every part of the body. It is dangerous
to let the red blood count remain below normal.
With an increase in the red-blood-cells, you
will be on the right road to Health. This is
Nature’s way to body power and to clear skin.
Naturally, with your strength restored, it is
easier to fight disease and infection; to enjoy
your food and to sleep soundly. When firm flesfr
takes the place of that which was once flibftJt
you will feel strong—your nerves will becom-s
steady—more happiness and friends will follow.
S.S S. has been a blessing to millions of peo
ple. It helps Nature increase the red-blood
cells. It promotes healthy body building. It is
time-tested and has a successful record of over
100 years back of it.
You owe it to yourself to try S S S. It is
easily assimilated. Pleasant to take. It is on
sale at all drug stores in two sizes. Ask for the
larger size. It is more economical. ©s.a.s,c>
STYLIST
will speak at
!J. C. Penney Store
FRIDAY, 3 P. M.
f Mrs. Engle, merchandise expert for the J. C. Penney
organization, will talk on the secret of the chic andeco
nomical wardrobe.
I She extends a cordial invitation to both the amateur
and professional sewer.
• Mrs. Engle will also give demonstrations
Today, Friday and Saturday
WT She will illustrate Her talk with a showing of the new?
w \ I
ensembles, party frocks, sport dresses, street clothes and*
a collection of smart pajamas including beach and loung
I ing sets and the new kitchenette type. I
I 1032-1036 Elizabeth Street, Brownsville I

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