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BROWNSVILLE DAILY HERALD'
VOL. XVI. NO. 165. ' BKOWMSWLUt, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1908 ' amwp. -
YOU WILL GET r SATISFACTION TN Jl ARANSAS PASS
Price, Quality and Delivery
- L FROM
Corpus Christi, Texas
WHAT you want WHEN
you want it in .
1 ' t -
Get his illustrated catalog No. 10 Free
Mowers, Rakes, Presses, Wagons, Etc.
Engineer Haupt Sues for an Injunction
Alleges that Patent for Jetty Plan Belong
to,, Him, and Demands Pay for His. ,
Patent, Before .the Government
une ol Accused Forfeited His Bond.
- Severance Ordered and Trial cf
. Juan Morales Begins Tomorrow.
Special to The IIkriu).
. Laredo, Texas,. Jan. 14. The
case of, Gabriel Morales a&d Juan
Morales,, jointly indicted for the
murder of Gregorio Duffy, customs
Lewis M. Haupt, the Philadel-' in3pectpr' who was killed at Rip
phia civil engineer, has filed suit WW5-"" pru, wtnch.is set. for
for injunction against General Mc Ms term of the . (We;bb
y value of Irrigated land is water,
which we are prepared to deliver to you
immediately. Come and iuvestigate, or
Mission, Hidalgo Co.,
Kenzie, chief of engineers, and
David M. Picton, a contractor, to
restrain them from proceeding with
the harbor improvement work at
Aranas Pass, Tex., because of al
leged use in connection with the
work of his patent. Secretary Taft,
General McKenzie and Picton are
cited to appear before Justice Gould
of the Supreme Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia January 24, to
show cause why the injunction ask
ed by Mr. Haupt should not be
Professor Haupt, who is the
originator of the single jetty plan,
at Aransas Pass, alleges that after
the Aransas Pass Harbor Company
failed to deepen the pass it trans
ferred its contract to the Federal
Government, the transfer including
the Haupt plan. He claims the
private company had no right to
transfer his plan, which had been
patented to him, hence the suit.
He asks for an injunction until
Congress appropriates a sum of
money to pay him for use of his
Meteorological Report up to & a. m ,
and Forecast for Next 24 Hours.
SAVE 25 per cent IN PAINT
PAINT that is guaranteed
three years on two.coat
work and five years
Sole agents, Brownsville,
San Benito and Olrnito
Following are the observations
taken at the South Texas Garden
for the 24 hours ending at eight
o'clock a. m. on the days named:
Sunday, Jan. 12, maximum, 62;
Monday, Jan. 13, maximum, 67;
i minimum, 37.
Tuesday, Jan. 14, maximum, 61;
Tonight, increasing cloudiness,
Wednesday, occasional, rain,
Fresh easterly to southerly winds.
V. E. Caldwell has been ship
ping cauliflower since last Friday,
beating the local record for early
shipments, amd equalling any
known record for south Texrs.
I He reports the yield as mot satis
factory, and the first returns in
dfeale that the crop will pay him
very handsomely. Falfurrias
Fact, Jan. 9.
I Facts is i:ot true to its name in
1 the foregoing. The Fact is that
cauliflower shipments were made
from both Cameron and Hida'go
counties two v.-eeks earlier than
the date named by the Facts. The
lower Rio Grande counties hold
the record for earlv vegetables.
Where to Get Perfumery.
Botica del Leon, Matamoros, has
the best perfumes on the border
A supply of the following well
known standard brands of perfumes
have justheen received: "Gravier,'
"Houbigant." "Roger & Gallet,"
"Pinaud," "L. F. Piver," and
county dntnet court, was called
today". It developed that Gabriel
Morales had forfeited his bond,
and only Juan Morales-appeared
for trial. The court ordered sev
erance in the case, and the trial of
Juan Morales will begin tomorrow.
The state is represented by District
Attorney Vails of Laredo and As
sistant U. S. Attorney Allen of
Brownsville. Judge Wells and
Hon. J. T. Canalesof Brownsville,
and also Lawyers Pierce and H Jtu-
ilton of this place are retained for
the defense Manv witnesses in
the case are in attendance. '
BROWNSVILLE RIFLES j
WILL BE ACCEPTED. '
Adjutant G neral Will Come Latter Part
f 11 iL li i I t
ui i'luiitn iu mimer in company (
SEE SAN BENITO
30,000 Acres Irrigated Lands-30 Miles of Canals Already Completed
Rich SoilPerfect Clima:terrrigation
Sao Benito:A tuew t0?n. 19
V miles north of Brownsville-on the
Main Line of the St. L, . & M. Railway',, v
A fine hotel, brick depot and many
stores and homes already completed
The Garden Spot of the Gulf Coast Country
Urge oe small tracts.- Liberal terms Lbriitesofmterest
' "SEEING IS BELIEVING'!' ""
San Benito Land & Water Co
SAN BENITO, TEXAS
Atba Heywd.Pres W.. Stear. Vice Pnand gu W.. Robert. Secretar
E.P.Rowson. Treasnrtrt R. L. Bath. Attorney. O. W. Heywoodfw. Seott Hecoi
Buy where you get
ater for Irrigation
We have for sale 12,000
acres choice lands from 3
to 7 miles east of Browns
ville on the
A telegram was received by.
Lieut. Head of the newly organiz
ed Brownsville Rifles Saturday
evening, from E.M. Phelps, assist- j
ant adjutant general of Texas, :
notifying him that the company
would be accepted, conditioned to
be mustered in the last of thia
month. A letter followed the tele-
gram from the same official, which
was received by Lieut. Head .
yesterday, in which the assistant '
adjutant says, that the adjutant,
general is at present absent from the )
state, attending a meetirg of the
National Guard Association at Bos-'.
ton, and for that reason it will noti
be possible to muster in the com-j
pany before the latter part of this :
month, when the general will1
The writer adds: VI am glad to
sec from examination of yourpapers
that you have the cordial support
of the citizenship of Brownsville,
and will start out with at least the
minimum (5S) of enlistee men."
Indiana Co-operative Canal
in tracts of any size to suit
from ten acres up on easy
terms. It will pay you to
investigate our proposition
E. F. Rowson &. Co.
r, , TS White Front. Office
W. O. Coleman
San Benito Land & Water Company
HAVE FQR SALE
20,000 acres of land, subdivided into 10, 20, 40 and 160 acre
blocks. 19 miles from Brownsville on the Main line of the St!
Louis, Brownsville & Atexico railway, and on the lanrest ana
necessary blanks for the most reliable irrigation canal in the Rio Grande Valley.
lent of the men and their. Price S50 ner acre. 13 rash hata
. . ... . , ' r - - in uuw annual uav"
muster mto military service, the, w;th 6 per cent interest. .
letter say?, will be sent as soon as
Newton returns. 1
Lieut. Head says he expects
Gen. Newton to come down in per-
lssue is paramount in the next
campaign, it will very much com-
-plicate matters and make contests
over local offices very acrimonious.
Wnile the Bailey and anti-Bailey
factions are as bitter as ever, there
son to muster in the company and
see that it is properlv started.
BOTH FACTIONS WANT PEACE.
According to a recent dispatch is a great body of neutral voters who
from San Antonio. Friends of both are indifferent, and very .much
factions are endeavoring to bring , weaned over the long agitation.
ibout some sort of treaty of peace ' H I a 1
At the Miller: L. M. Ellis.
Harlingen; E- L. R. Wheelock,
between the Ba"ley and anti-Bailey
men of this state. It is said that
Senator Bailey will shortly issue
from Washington a conciliatorv
address, and some of his friends G Tryn: Galesburg, III.;,
indicate that, al thouirh he will de -Ta5ld-Vl Cit-" C- W- Li,er
Austin; A. Brauner, Brenham; "F.
Bowling Green, O.; J.M. Ramsey.
Cadiz, O.: G. W. Wabbath and C.
E. Haywood, Soo Falls, Mich., J.
J." and F. M. Andrews, Heber,
ArkV: F. D. Shaw and wife, Hia
watha", Ky.; J. W. Dukes; S. H,
Brown. Ridgefarm; Jno. Martyr,
G C. McKee. C. Laughlin, C. L-
Fmneseth, Park River, N. D.- S.
1 H. Miller and wife. Des J. jines;
jjno- A. Lytle, St. Paul, Minn.-!
H. Al. Livington, Shreveport La.,;
J. ii. Massie,' Memphis; C. E.
fnul himself if attacked, he will
not carry the war into the enemy 's
camp quite.so violently. Itiseven
said that he will not fight the re
election of members of the last
legislature who voted'against htm ,
if they will drop further hostili
ties. Democratic leaders are anx
ious for peace, because if the Bailey
burn, Mo.;W. W. Follett and wife
El Paso" F. H. Pratt, Fayettville,
Arl:.: E. Sperling Longview; H.
E. Bell, C-ity;V. A. Frazier, N.
Georgeepealos, H. j. Blocev and
J. T' Thompson, Chicago; Wtll F.
Baum, W. H. Hull,, and M. .'Pa'rr,
Corpus Christi; Tbas Bingham C.
EUwood, Chicago; Chas.A.Draper,
Attention! Homssceckersj! .
In addition to being agent for
the sale of thelaud'bdo.ig-SiE to the
! San Benito Land and water coni-
panyT" I have.tnost of the- Hicks
lands .for sale. I can offer home
seekers some exceptionally" ' find
bargains in lands near the' tow ii df
f?nn l?omtn ' ' "I
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IZATION CQ:1 Sales Managers of the LA 3DONNA LAND SYNDICATE.
3ody of well draiiiv-.J Delia land, suitable for ;J1 staple crops, including Sugar Cane, Alfalfa, Cornr Cotton -and truck growing. The lands' evrn 1
where such succers has already been attai ed 111 truck fanning-, to the Railway near Donna Station. The northern' portion of the tract is somewhaf
wiy uuupLcu tu iruiL growing. viin.it iiiiitb a:u aa aviji ao weu.
y 1 ...
ttlement of American families at any point in the valley, with a school of over forty pupils. A canal has been in operation for several years and
hose who want to go to work at once. THE NEW CANAL IS BEING BUILT, A SUGAR MI L is .-already contracted; for, and a switch will
o the site of the Sugar Mill, thus giving railway facilities to the mirchasers of laud, convenient to' all. "r ' '- - .L . . v-
pes contracts, -call on ns.
. HALLAM COLONIZATION CO.,
Office Over MerchantVNationa! Fank.