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BIG ‘CIRCUS’ beautification of City Work Of League For Decade (Special to The Herald.) MISSION, April 24— The Civic League, which has been working for the beautification of Mission for the past decade or more, is planning what will prove to be the biggest thing ever attempted in this town next Tuesday, in the way of a “circus’’, which will be a most enjoyable and laughable affair. This circus, with all the animals represented by Mission’s prominent business men as well as some of the big business men from other towns, promises to be a scream from beginning to end. All sorts of ’‘animals’’ will parti cipate in the parade, which will start from the city hall at 6:30 p. h., the “animals” to be here from every town from La Feria to Rio Grande City, with elephant, giraf fes, tigers, hippopotami and roaring, man-eating lions down to the gentle “gazelles” who may be pet ted by anyone who cares to do so. Bareback Riders Bareback riders will also be there, and with the clowns (real ones) will furnish the amusements. And, confidently expecting that the hearty laughter indulged in will give everybody a whopping big ap petite, booths where all sorts of food will be supplied are to be placed in the dt7 park, on East 10th Street. In these booths may be had hot tamales, enchiladas, and all sort of Mexican foods, while for those less Inclined to hot stuff, there xsill be hamburger stands, where potato salads, sandwiches, candles, cold drinks, etc., will be served with pop corn for the youngsters, and every one else who still lores the deli cious appetiser. Many surprises will be in store for those who sre still “young” , enough to “take tn” a circus once In a While, lust imagine Tom Sam-1 mans and Homer Smith and a few of those staid businessmen trving to conquer "wild” horses or "Fog horn 8prow!" as the meek and gentle eyed “gazelle." A fortune telling booth: "nigger baby doll.” for the boys to shoot at and all other aorta of fun will be there for you. with an “old fid dler's contest” to make merry your evening. These old fiddlers, who by the way, are entering from prac tically every town, will be contest ing for an award of $5 00. which has been promised by the League to the winner. Circus The “circus" which will furnish amusement during the entire eve ning with stunts of a’.l sorts, is bv the way, the foundation of a plan whereby the Civic Legaue plans to raise sufficient funds to beautify the “brnd in the road.” just east of the city, which has been an eye sore for these many yearn, and which the Civic League p’ans to make into a real beauty spot, with a fountain and 111v pond with parkin* and beautiful flowers as a background. Garden Furniture (Special to The Herald.) MISSIONT. April 24 —One of the tmlaue chic Improvements Jr. North Mission !s the garden fur niture that Mrs. Willard Ferguson is having built at her countrv home. The furniture represents old lops. Fallen limbs of trees enclose her flower beds, the table represents n red cedar slab with blocks of wood for the legs. Electric lights are placed at the too of an old stump and numerous chairs and settee* are built in cozy corners giving an ’artistic effect. 8ABRATHA. LtbvlW.F—An old Roman theater, erected after the conquest of Carthage, has been un covered h*re by Italian archeol ogists. This was once an Important grain sh’pping port. Recovering *4aaocta(«d Preto Photo Recant photograph of David War field, famous actor, who Is recover Ing following operation In New York hospital* WEATHER SUMMARY Barometric pressure was rather high over south-central Canada and moderately high throughout the great central valleys this morning, and moderately low over the Pla teau and Rocky Mountain regions. As a result the weather was mostly fair to clear throughout the region between the Rocky and Appalachi an Mountains, but cloudy and un settled in the western and far east ern states, where light rains occur red also within the last 24 hours. Very light, widely scattered show ers occurred also In the south-cen tral states- Temperatures continued rather low in the northern states and fell in the central and south central states since last report. BULLETIN First figures, lowest temperature last night; second, highest yester day; third, wind velocity at 8 a. m. fourth, precipitation in last 24 hours. Abilene . 60 92 .. .00 Amarillo . 50 84 .. .00 Atlanta. 44 72 14 .00 Austin . 58 84 .. .00 Boise . 52 76 .. .64 Boston . 28 42 12 .00 BROWNSVILLE .. 6R 80 .. .00 Calgary . 38.00 Chicago . 34 50 .. .00 Cleveland . 28 38 18 .00 Corpus Chrtstl .... 70 76 .. .00 Dallas . 60 84 12 .00 Del Rio . 64 84 .. .00 Denver . 46 70 .. .01 Dodge City . 46 70 .. .02 El Paso. 60 82 10 .00 Fort Smith. 52 64 .10 Helena . 52 70 .. .00 Houston . 60 80 .. .00 Huron . 28 58 .. .00 Jacksonville . 64 86 10 .00 Kansas City. 44 58 10 .00 Louisville . 36 56 .. .00 Memphis . 46 58 .. .02 Miami . 74 80 .. .00 New Orleans . 62 86 10 .00 Oklahoma City .... 54 84 10 .00 Palestine . 58 84 .. .00 Pensacola . 60 78 18 .00 Phoenix . 72 90 .. .00 Port Arthur. 62 82 .. .00 Roswell. 50 84 .. -00 St. Louis . 40 58 .. .00 St. Paul . 28 48 .. .00 Balt Lake City .... 56 80 12 .00 San Antonio . 64 82 .. .00 Santa Fe . 46 70 .. .00 Sheridan . 42 74 .. .00 Shreveport . 54 82 .. .00 Vicksburg . 54 84 .. .00 Washington . 34 48 10 .00 Williston . 36 58 12 .00 Wilmington. 46 66 12 .04 OVER 1? 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For more than 100 years S.S.S. has been helping people regain and retain their strength and —if your sain is not clear—if your appetite is "gone”—you owe it Jo yourself and friends to try S.S.S. When you get your red- blood -cells back up to normal, that sluggish, let-down feel ing, l**k of *PP«tite» skin trouble* disap pear. You ibould get Makes You Feel.Like Yourself Again cnarm. i nousancs oi users have testified to its benefits in unsolici ted letters of gratitude. S.S.S. is mace from strictly fresh vege table drugs and is easily assimilated. All drug stores sell S.S.S. in two sires. Ask for , the larger sire. It is : more economical. SI OL EVENT IS SET FOR MAY 16 Commencement Speaker# To Be From Texas University High school commencement In Brownsville has been set far Fri day. May 18, at 8 p. m.. according to superintendent O. W. Ootke. The Junior college commencement serv ice will be conducted the following week, on Friday, May 23. Dr. F. C. Arrowood. professor or Education at the University of Tex as. will be the speaker at the high school commencement, and Dr. Fred Ayres, also of the university, will be the main speaker at the Junior college activities. Both speakers are graduates of the university of Chicago, and are professors in Education at Texas. Work on programs is being rush ed at present, and students are working towards the final examina tions. Standard Attorney Visits Texas Home SAN DIEGO, April 24.—(£”>— Frank Feuille, attorney for the Standard Oil company, visited his old home here recently while on the way to his New York headquarters from Mexico City, where he had transacted business. Mr. Feuille was a native of Tex as and practiced law here until 1904 with a relative. James O. Luby. known as “the sage of Duval.** In that year he was appointed Judge of Porto Rico. He was detailed for duty in Cuba during the second oc cupation of that country by United States troops. When the troops left Cuba. Mr. Feuille returned to Texas for a short time, but soon was ap pointed attorney general of the Panama Canal Zone. He held that position for several years. The former San Diego attorney has a thorough knowledge of the Spanish language and is well vers ed in international law. Although 70 years old. he is still active, giving particular attention to the foreign legal affairs of the Standard Oil company. WRITER STUDIES AUSTIN. April 2A-UPV— Vito Alessio Robles, Mexican statesman and writer. Is engaged in research work in Austin. He is gathering data on Coahuila and other Mex- i lean states. I Mexican Trip Proves Of Great Interest (Special to The Herald.) WESLACO, April 24—The Wes laco Chamber of Commerce's sec ond pilgrimage to 8altillo, Coahulla, and Monterrey, left Weslaco Friday the 18th. and arrived at Monterrey that afternoon and a short drive was made around the city. The next morning another drive was made to the brewery, steel mill and smelter. At 11 a. m. a drive to Horsetail Falls. 29 miles from Mon terrey. was made. The party re turned to Monterrey at 4 p. m. The next morning at 9 they went to the Huasata Cannon, then to the Garcia Caves and on to Saltillo. Practically all the party went to the Plaza and listened to the band concert and watched the “Parado”. This consisted of beautiful girls In Spanish and American costumes. The next morning the party went thru the Cathedral which was 48 years in the course of construction and Is now nearly 200 years old. After visiting the Cathedral, the party went through the market. At 11 a. m. Monday the party drove back to Monterrey, departing to* Laredo. Those making the trip were: Mrs. Mary Martin of Brownsville; Mr. A. L. Nelson of McAllen; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eckstrom of Edinburg; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feohner of San Benito; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Daugh erty of Quinto. Okia; Miss Beth Garrett of Mercedes: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Braden and Billie Braden of Mission: J. D. Bowen, J. H. Head. T. R. Riggs and Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Patterson of Weslaco. To Attend Meeting O. W. Gotke and 8. A. Caldwell, both officials of the Brownsville school system, are expected to leave Thursday night to attend the meeting of the Texas Association of Colleges, held in Waco April 25 26. It was also disclosed Thursday morning that Mr. Gotke, superin tendent of the Brownsville schools, will teach History of Education In the University of Texas this sum mer. This Is Mr. Gotke’s fourth summer as a lecturer at the state university. ■ ■ .. . Ask “Father Time** about this If you have named a friend as executor under your will you have no assurance that he will out live you. Father Time is no respector of individual executors. On the other hand, when you name us as your executor and trustee, you do not have to con sider the time element. As a corporation we en joy unlimited life. 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(Even gen sangkoks at $4.98.). $3.98 and $4.98 Costume Jewelry comes in Spring colors And spring seems the loveliest time of all to wear costume jewelry! Scintillating strands and glowing pearls in colors | to match or accent any costume. Matching pins, earrings and bracelets are Included at these low prices. Each piece—* 49c and 98c ! i a ^— n . 1• 'For afternoon. a »mart onr^tnp In Beige Claire ldd with brown lizard grain trim. $3.98 Adorable Silk Dresses For 6 to 14 year olds *2.98 *3.98 *4.98 These are the dresses that very smart two to sixers will be wearing to parties this spring and rummer . . . pastel silks with rows and rows of ruffles or lace. Some of them have no sleeves at all . . . and others have wide collars that look almost like sleeves. Mothers will fee pleased to find such adorable dresses so inexpensive. White*calf with mating of bine calf; parchment call with brown; •bo in afi-wbite. How dainty it this Be'ge Caire dipper with its groegrain ribbon tie. 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