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. ’’*‘-•5? BROWNSVILLE HFRALD I Br’ville Hardware Co. w ▼ X • Br’ville Hardware Co VOlTxIX^NCL^V BlBOWfjSVlS!^TiSasT^SA^URDAY^JAN^^ARY^O^—— pRICE ^ CENT3 . . ■uniini ■■ i iiiMTliiMM—TiMB ^ "KilHIil— REVOLUTION IN HIDALGO COUNTY Ci\ ilization Overthrows the Wild Animal Kiru*dorn--Pharr Progress Is Proclaimed Victor and Declared DICTATOR E The EYE of the E Public Is On Us P K PHARR R R The best looking and most complete town -f Its else in the Valley. Finest hotel facilities, clean, sanitary, best equipped and uiu t | comfortable with finest cuisine in the Valley. Cool in summer, situated in the Center of a Park Where only dava ago the cart us and mesqutte grew wild. Come make your home m this U"'Wf and up-to-date town; fall tu line, we arc selling the ground last. Come early that you may he k well over the ground and select a choice business or res id* nee h*l, , Come listen to the music of the hammers, its echo rings through* * on' the Valley telling the tale of progress. An elegant hank and office building Is fast nearing completion, where a flue hall will always b* in readiness for dances, meetings. -*'mm lals and theatrical Wlo-re ■ an you find such an ideal local k»o? A handsome new brick < him h is nearing completion. A doaep handsome lions * Mr** rising in our midst, W bat can prove the uureesa of a tow n more than seeing homes ri»** so fast from where only six monthsago the cactus grew and the wild animals roam* rd at large? It'ser'volr* ar* built and only wailing until the water works are completed to give us clear filtered river water. Titer® are openings for a first-class Mnig and Stationery Store. A I>rv Good . Itoot and Shoe Establishment, High Grade Meat ICirkct and Itakery, <'ombim*d Cleaning and I'r-song Establishment with llurlter Shop. Flralclsss l>* utiat al «* I'hy t* tan and Surges For further par* ® | ti. ,a“. addr* -» PHARR TOWNSPE ?0MP\NY \ While In the Valley DON’T FAIL TO VISIT MISSION. i _____ I Elevation, 1 4o feet. I 1 I Irrigation, unexcelled. ’ Drainage, natural. > w: PROVE IT ) * > I I k To be the most progressive, high ly developed, prosperous, thriv- I ing proposition in the Lower Rio K Grande Valley. I , A personal investigation will con* | vincc you of the greater advan- I tages and opportunities offered. I ' : MISSION UNO IMPROVEMENT COMPANY » MISSION. TEXAS I JOHN J. CONWAY I President W Sole Own* I Li BAILEY AND TAFT IN NEW HAVEN BAILEY DENOUNCES SOCIALISM AND ALSO BRYAN S'y» Hoarst Used More Mo“e? than Any Man in Politics Says Dem ocrats Suffer from Disease Called Uryamtis. Associated Praia. Mew Itaveti, la if. lit. Speaking before Hi* Xcw Haven rhanlwr of commerce tonight. President Taft, made a pica for the continuance of hi* Economy and Efficiency Horn. 4 mission He declared hi* administra tion had no d sire to "persecute' business but that it will continue en force tio* law against monopoly and unlawful combination*, and urged the bus!tic*# men of he country to £,.! together with him aud to insure pr<»a|*erity. % Sen atm liailey was an earlier spea ker. although lie called himself an optimist, he sounded a_ warning ag ainst th,* increasing danger of sm ial Istn , To his warning the president took exception. “I don't thin*: we need that which he fears and which I should tear If I thought we were near it Social ism." Mid th* president "I liav,. aid. ding faith in the American people. Hailey atta< k<’d ..orialism. the in itiative, referemluni aud recall and v.hat he termed th,. false patriotism. "Tit- man who denounce* most the use of money in politics is the man who ones thti moat money in politics.’ he said, "there is a than in New York. Hears! is his name, who ha-, lead mnr,. money to sat alwiui the us*' of m uey in politlrtt Hiati ant ofh* r man. yet lie has used personal ly more money than any other man in politic* than any other t*-n men t could iiam,.." There is another illtistrl *u* dent o* ra« who has hail much to sat aismi hi* patriotism and wbogot rich nut of politic* I refer to William .1 Bry an." c minding h*' <1*11011 load soc ialism .ytol declared he was a reac tionary and not afraid to claim it. II** Mid people who called theta, solves democrats were oflen I *1 as tray by false doctrines . "Republic an#, alien l|»«*> .talk r |C • bout Hryau shoujri not forget their *>w n l*afol!,.ttc i w ant you to unite a common policy. What I want To do is to fight and without flinching the conm’on eg rny of the country socialism I wan’ to say that no re publican who ever held the off fee of president uhs tried to be more fail h l»tl 11» th*' |.*<>pt.- than Taft 1 would tike t b at hint t«r the presidency but not by lying altout him Speaking of the I lemur rat ic parly he »aid it had rn attack of the "Bry an i tin." WILEY SUSTAINED . BY C0MMIT1EE PURE FOOD EXPERT SCORES SIG NAL VICTORY C,,emi*t Sustained on All Except One or Two Mi«or Points Rrpubhcans and Democrats Join to Make Re port Unanimous. Areociatod Prew Washington. JJan. !!♦- I»r. Harvey W, Wiley, chief of >t*e * li**ini-lrv Ko rean of Agriculture, win* wu the atorm center of the food administra tion ewatroeerag la»t mi aimer, was gi ven a clean lull of health In the re. i irntt of the iMMiae eommittee that investigated the charge* and counter j charge* The committee in Its ro» Wt. shirto will he printed for the j n**u , M ndsy, M.i*tams Wiley *11 along the line except in some tiuini P irtant details, The repflRlcaa | memleers of the <onimittee joined I with the democrats' in making the re |(*»n unanimous There were no pol itic* In the report, said 'Thairmaa Maas ef the commit toe. The report recommend* that Wiley be given a flee hand in the enforcement of the pure food and drug law To Train In Trv»« Associated Press, t. Chicago, Jan 20.— |t 1* announced i today that the Chicago A Bertram will train at Waco. Texas, this year I The ft rat Mtnad will depart early Is 'MUMRAni; I WILSON'S MANAGER MAKES STATEMENT ONLY WILSONS ENEMIES ARE SHEDDING TEARS Me Comb* Says Issue Is Whether a Man Should Give An Honest An swer to a P'wm Question or Resort to FUttery Associated Pn>». Washington, Jan. | ;♦ —The Wll-i son-llarvcy episode has hrought f »rth a statement hy Win. P. MrCoaGrc.th# campaign manager of Woodrow Wil son, delaering that •'The —sr# that are being shed over the' pausing in- 1 ; i-ident are wrung from those who be ret of re have lx*en it# most ron spleuoita opponents of (im. Wilson,* j Col. Wat tenon, who ha* been here \» verai day# in connection with the work of the perry memorial commit - eet read Met Ninth's statoment but de. j I dined to comment. «•**( have nothing to add to what 1 have already said. mile#* it l»e seri ously challenged hy some responsible person," said the Kentuckian "Then I mav have a good deal to say.’ “The gtet of the issue as I see it," j said McCombs, “is whether on* [friend In private mover# at ion with •mother should, in aUswer to a plain «tue»tion. resort to flattery or dissimulati *n. or whether he should stale the truth m be see# It.*** J NOT WANTED IN BROWNSVILLE Man Supjvoscd to be Neutrality Vio lator Is Released A oaxiated Press. New Orleans. I#* . Jan I!* Luis Alphonso ”ere*, w iio was arrested j here l-t«l week. suspected of -being 1 Antonio Ortix. under Indict men t at j Brow nsville, Texas, for alleged neu-j traliiy vl (at ion, w as released today. I The federal goverhnient failed to Identify the man as Ortix BABY HONS NAMED '-ROWNS VILLE L<tte"t Atldit'jn* to Rem Carnival Produced Here* That you can raise anything in ' th«* Rio Grande Valley has been re- j cently demonstrated by the birth of j two lion •ribs to Sultana, the big1 | Bones.:- at the animal sib• w w ith tin Nat Rets# Carnival company, situ*! I the company ha# Iwett in rownsv ill* \lt*# Dixie, who lia# charged of the! ferocious animal# ha# named the lari gent of the baby Ilona Brownsville . —1 * — 111 A Baby Raffle in Par's A raffle In which the prise* were ha hie* t<*ok place recently in firj* I The management of a foundling hoa pital held the, raffle, with the <on sent of the authorities, a* a mein* of finding home* for a large number • *f it. ehargoe. and i rats-* money Th** linseeds of the raffle were di »ided among several charitalde inslt I«tIons An Investtgition of the ' winners was made, of course, to tie. •ermine their 'deatraDMty a* faster parent* A view of the raffle ap pear* in the January Popular Maga t <»t nmi u h i, hi n: FROM lit M »w|.% I t.T. G' o i imt Fort of New Jersey I rgi % F\-Plesh|e»it to say Whether lie \\ ill Actep* V«n.|;Mi >ft l| II I mMe Ills Way. Associated Press. Newark N J Jan. 3# Former (»ov fort of \ J who is regarded a* a progress!,;e repubtt*an in a state ment this afternoon alter an inter view with Roosevelt In which Fun -aid he purged Roosevelt to say whe ther he would accept the prestd -alia I nomination,, declare* ii as hit optn j Ion It will not be long before R«*v vell makes Ins position rleor. __________ Rebels Present U*t*inatnm. Aawoclate# I*reas. Nanking. Jan !!»—A» An ultima tum the rev oi 111 Ion tats today demand - ••d the a tail ration of the t hr ne and the surrender of the sovereign pww-< , * r- Also the el tail nation «sf Pre mier Yaap Shi Kal and the Man |< e h ns f rum pro * t -tons 1 cover n mu u t If uof agreed t> fighting ***pe«-ted ; to he reaume t January 39. The r» j publicans made a formal demand to-1 day on the power* for recognition Situation Tease in Peking Peking, Jan. IP. —A conference be. tween 'he imperial princes and Km proas Dowager was held t day hoi, no derision was reached as u> abdi cation. Th# situation ^continues teaae. ___ MORE MANAGERS; 1 MORE EVIDENCE BEMN TO CONNECT DEFENDANT WUH CHARGES Witnesses Say the Big Concerns. Within Period Covered by Indict ment.Exchanged Data As to Ship me"ts- Prices and Marg'ns. ""Aawoeiated Press i hi* ago. Jan. 11* Bvere.t 11 lull1 ami P<rry X Watemoa, formerly manat* rs of the National Packing Company of Howtos. teat if led in the trial of the packer* today that from I»#;i until 1 pad it wai the prartiee • *f representative*, of Armour A Co . i Swift a Co. and Morris A »“o to ex,, change the number ami amount * oi daily shipments, margin*, ami selling prices. Several thousand of the original memorandum cow sheet* for beef, used hy the Armour Company mi ilw South Oiiialn plant, between March and S* (Member of IP1U, will tie in trodmed a* evidence today. They] were the first original data dealing with the actual figuring of We# «•»*-». j within the period covered by the in dict m« tit. unearthed in the trial, atul they show at* allowance made for b> * product* by the tee# etnd system Tin* system the government dmietiii* was I u-e«i hy the packer* a* ibe basis for fixing the price* •REASURY DEPARTMENT GIVES IMPOR * NAT RULING Deride* T*Mt State Ba"ks and Trust! Cont|*anics May A'sume Title of **. j S Depositories # A ssoe i a t e*t Pres*. Washington. Jan It* —From an unoffieial b nree it is learned ****I v that Hi** treasury department bar dr- ! • id* •! Hi a i state bank* and Ntrwst J companies, as well as national iiank- • holding postal saving* deposits or} other government funds may mmum* j die title “Called States dapo-itori ■*. without any legal impediment. <;v**n ! th ugh the designation is not eon-] ferret! by the secretary of the treas ury/'’ u MRS J B SNEED RELEASED Husba'»d A'so Hopes to Be Wanted j Bai* Todav. AaHortaiad Pr«#s F rt Worth, Texas. Jan lh Th* fee lapse of Mrs, J. B. Sneed from a local sanitarium on a writ of hai**:»* j roriMis «-as ordered today by I litprlei Judge Simmons, after hearing the ev blent •* The ha licit*; cor (mis pro • t- dings Itv which the woman’s liu- s i>and hopes to regain ffW m on bail, ! pe iid i tij( trial for mu r de r In t at* it per- j tlon with the killing of A (• Royer,I #r., will be beenl tomorrow. Boyce- Jr-* Wi*l Not Return to ‘Leans, Associated Pr* HXft, Winnipeg, Jan tb A. O lb*ye, | Jr.. wienie fat her a* killed by J It j Sii*-**d at Fort Wfldth. denied t da* that it was bis in tent Ion to return to j Trias at this time -- ONE PUBLIC BUILDING ONLY TO EACH DISTRICT ! Committee on Pub*‘c Buildings De rides to Restrict Appropriations in This Manner AjgNfM*§hf«d PrtMma. Washington. J*'i l!» ~lterh mem ber of «OOg:WM» will hr rOMtlrkded to one public building. in the uppropro* lion Mil. This was derided today by the h- in#** room*Moo •• pubiir tuitldmg* and grounds, nT agreeing ' iin i he report op 1 He omnibus pitilt* building bill, which - am y- appropri ation* aimmnting to llti.ooo,*##, FAVOR COALITION with SOCIALISES Same i at id Preos Kreano. * a I Jan 19 The Hotted | State Building and Trade* council in anmmt amadou today adopted a reoointi n favoring a political root l-1 tion between ail labor union# of the slate and th.» not talist party Cotton Market Shows Advance Aaaoriated Pre*# .\v* Orleans. Jan it t'ottot* fu* lure# rhnd steady at a advance; of 9 to II point# Spot* firm at re- 1 vised ijuotatioos l.'atile Market. ks.po t ty Jan 2* -r.irlei sfttMkdy to weak. Biport ttoera 54 "**• and ft.no Hogs * to lb real# lovagr.i 1 Heavies ft !!.M and fd.15. Sheep yl to 1# reals lowor. I ■ ■ „ jf !r ^ aft1 iiMtilMMnfr in' i ilfc ■, . idi,:JiS< ■ I SAN BENITO, Jsst ' The GEM CITY of the RICH and FERTILE Lower Ku Grande . Valley | 19 miles north of Brownsville, situated in the ’ midst of an exceedingly prosperous farming com- > ' mumty and conceded to be the most important * * agricultural shipping point on the Houston- > Brownsville line of the ''Frisco’'’ Railway system- > . the PRE-EMINENCE «' SAN BENITO «* * City, a 4 i'.. * ,r , ' AGRICULTURAL mm i nitty, m a farm In* prof* non I i ot*'r <»*hi-r !>wo or nertlon In th. LOWER RIO GRANDE VAL > LEY. ha.- hoe* r- »>« y, nil an f- .«r ,»f vu ,fu| refut i i.*- , * The MARVELOUS ftnmtk **"1 ADVANCEMENT o'- tfci* 3, * YEAR OLD City and the • \i* - *Im» a 1 wonder* ,i DEVELOPMENT > ' 1,1 ,he f*rm 1 t"‘l tributary to th,- SAN BENITO IRRIGATION CA- • MAI. SYSTEM. » • •« ' AMAZEMENT' i ASTONISH ‘ MENT *<» th, VISITOR, easily CONVINCING him that thu i» the * PLACE TO LOCATE u he I# d*.trim - ..f ill.- C'»»<1 health. living ► aecurin* ape-r<Mtilt* fr*> w 1 i «' - INDEPENDENCE, ta hla iua re* i ' and to Which he is entitled WE CAN T BE TOO EMPHATIC IN OUR CLAIMS. ! The !**'** R*° Grande Valley. and San Benito in particular. . , hil‘ keep endowed by Nature with a rich, deep and exUemelr fertile * * soil, the productiveness of which is the equal of, if not superior to ' , the soil of anv section on earth and a climate unsurpassed for nm- ’ * •ormity throughout the entire year by any locality on this Conti- 1 i nent. » * These conditions, coupled with our excellent. Reliable Irrigation ' > and Railroad Facilities, complete an ideal and perfect combine ' ' tion of advantages at San Benito offered by no other agricultural ' ' section in this country. 1 Inspection and comparison will prove all our statements and ' claims made in this regard ' fb* IRRIGATING CANAI. SYSTEM " SAN BENITO IGrairity. - the larg* t in ih. South and and or. of th*. Iarx«-»i and m*wi fry. ’ F1C1ENT «»I*er.,itwin anywhere ai the present Itine Tin* main «**- ■ nal ta «7 mile* in length. 2.',*» feci in width and rarrleu 20 f«-.-t ' of water at all time- There are I St mil#- of lateral canal* and :.:.f ’ miles of h ad dll* hew, giving a i mparity SUFFICIENT to SATISFAC- ! , TORILY WATER «»»• ♦;*.»•>* ACRES arhrd l>' th- • Inmoste JRRI- m , GATION SYSTEM- In con tier ti#ti sub ..... DRAINAGE SYSTEM - , TEM IS PERFECT i TO MARKET YOUR PBODltCTS SUCCESSFULLY AND IN A • * SATISFACTORY MANNER IS JUST AS IMPORTANT TO YOU AS * , THE PRODUCTION OF YOUR CROPS Here la where SAN BENITO I . » trentend*m- ADVANTAGE o*»r any other mutton In addl- ) Kt'. u ’ > .. I- RISCO I- • •• ■ ■ .i •• •• • • - * -a.... .. " 11 •>* SAN BENITO ami RIO GRANI>K VALLEY INTERURBAN UNE. ov in operation with it>od*rn and m , UP lo dale equipment. Thi- line extend* out of th. fit v of SAN BENITO '»* it*- dir***-non and Irani .. Hi * * *-i AGRICULTU RAL COMMUNITY -urn END * END within convenient di-fane* ■ * Of every farm HOW CAN YOU IMPR VE UPON SUCH AN AK : > RANGEMENT' • WE NOW HAVE OVER 22.000 ACRES » UNDER ACTUAL CULTIVATION. EVERY * ACRE DEMONSTRATING NOT ONLY THE * FERTIUTY OF THE SOIL, BUT THE EF FICIENCY OF OUR IRRIGATION AND ’ EFFECTUAL DRAINAGE. AS WELL Don't forget that here it where the orr-rooling plant ia to be located There are now onlv three in operation, two in California ’ and one in Flenda Tins will make the fourth in the United State* SEEING IS BELIEVING. COME LET US SHOW YOU. VALLEY LAND FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR OTHER PROPERTY _ \l i h i \ \ \ , » \ | I ■ .i* ■(:■! ill ! ' . »' ; i«»*t v, l ... \* r > rf> ■ |» „■ tl r»■ h «.i>n . il ■ > »♦*-« ■ < ' ■'"1 ' ’’■*[. »» V tl try, iurlmltitK rtltw, ttiear, mro. alfalfa, iriirk and *11 rut f roils 12 ha* Imsh id on. rrd ila fully paid *i or r Ik hi a tin d#*r I mil'iia inwiial IteroH 4 mil** fr m **tgmr mill awl loading »i*ur and • itilN fr.mi I ion n a. I’rico $?«.oo*p**r arm with •intir.iitrs •»«*• of $2,112 74. a part of wlikdi la itn*, Btinitf of |S,»'|1 will t**» 4ra4mi for wood. *#*11 laud or oitn-r property r ai * k of mort liandi*#* or jMliwmilMill1. that It „!.« r awh • t a I to - t ti I li at a on *» i it I.. (I* «* l* in a w ay a n d p r< # port g I n if »r»to To*** or poptktpra m tfw* pridWntil HALL AM COLON IZ AT ION COMPANY. »ro«n»viHc. Ici. Unusual Opportunities in I Irrigated Farm Lands at I MERCEDES One of the largest and finest canal systems in the world. No land more than (tve miles from the rail road. Light, sandy loam. Best for arty crop. The central town and irrigated district of the valley. Every modern utility of an up to date town. Modern farms. Good roads and shipping facil ities. New churches. New schools. Public parks. Public Library. Fireproof hotel and business i buildings. Electric Lights. Waterworks. Telephone and many other forms of devel opment under way. both on the farms and in I town. Investigate the advantages of Mercedes for your farm and for your family. Train every morning.