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I REVOLUTION
IN HIDALGO COUNTY
CKilization Overthrows the Wild Animal
I Kingdorn--Pharr Progress Is Proclaimed
Victor and Declared
DICTATOR
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I The EYE of the
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Public Is On Us
P
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PHARR
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Tli« ln*st looking and most lonpiHc town of its size in the Valley.
Finest hotel facilities, clean, sanitary, In st cquippml and most
comfortable with fines cuisine in the Valley.
Cool in summer, situated in the
Center of a Park
Where only day* ago ihe cart us and nimiiulle grew wild.
Come make your home in this ip w and up-to-date towo; fall in
line, w« are aelling the ground fast
Come early that you may k»»«k well over the ground and select a
choir? busine*. or re*id« nee Ini
Come listen to the music of the hammers, its echo rings throitfih
rout the Valley telling the late of pr••gre,s.
* An elegant hank and office building i» fast nearing completion,
where a fine hall will always be in readiness for dance*. tuceliugs.
socials and theatricals.
*0"m "wm u’hrrT can you find such an ideal location?
A handsome new brick < hurch is nearing completion A dozen
handsome home* are rising in our midM. What ran prove the
MicemH of a town more than seeing boaw-s rise so fast from where
only sis moathsago the oartus grew and the wild animal* roam
ed at large? 8
Reservoirs are built and only waiting until the water works are H
completed to give us clear filtered river water. 8
There are openings for a first-el*** I'rug and Stationery Store. |
|4 \ Dry Uond>, Itoot aid Sl ue Establishment, High Grade Meat I
l Market and Hakery. Combined Cleaning and Hr ~>tn;' Establishment I
I with Harbrr Shop B
| Kir d< lass fw-ntist ai m IMty.deian and Surgeon For farther par- 8
| tleu.a-s address PHARR TOWNS!IE COMPANY I
fei: While In the Valley i
' ■ DON’T FAIL TO VISIT
I MISSION.
Elevation, 14o feet.
Irrigation, unexcelled.
If I Drainage, natural.
i WE PROVE ITj
, »
To he the most progressive, high*
ly developed, prosperous, thriv* k
1 L
> ing proposition in the Lower Rio i
» Grande Valley.
A personal investigation will con
f 1
vincc you of the greater advan* >
tages and opportunities offered.
: MISSION LAND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY I
I MISSION, TEXAS ! ;
► j JOHN J. CONWAY
Pruidtal S Sole Owim, i
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Ht'Ef AFFAIR
STILL A ffifSIEHT
SIF • ED DOWN To QUESTION OF
VERACIT/.
Colonel Watterson Sav» Simply a
Question oi Who Lied- the Editor
or the Governor R'adv to Prove
It Wasn't the Editor.
Associated Prow.
WarhlnctiR. Jan Col. Henry
VYii 'ertoa. In m Mta■•<ne.it tonight,
intruded |o bring ‘‘this dtoamtr tin ep
isode to an e»d.‘ wt far as he is eon-1
eeruod, tit dared that the issue tie
tween Governor W todrow Wilson
and himself was solely as Jtt which
one li d i' I tPitlenniR saul “he
had encaged romdttsively *o dtow
that Governor Wilson had lied,"* and1
de. tared the New Jersey executive
* ‘tinre not fn< the facts '
<*»d Watterson declined to make
public any pro fs in his possession.
He denied that Thomas F. Ryan had
ever lMse.it approached for campaign
•aimritui ions for I lover nor WUmiii
and !»’ r expressed lh#. fear thatihpi
knowledge uf a c oitrlhiitloti frofti
It van rot abroad It might do more
harm than good.
Wattersoii declares that two weeks
before the Manhattan (’tub confer*
elit e wb;\ '^yud d in a break between
Wits tt and <'ol. tleo. Harvey, on his
arrival in New York, he met with an
iirgntit appeal for money from ‘*a
gentleman of dint fort loo closely a»
- wilt cil wi h if not actually 'lirect- |
inr tb Wilson campaign,*' apt! in j
answer srrurad a considerable sum
for campaign funds.
Watterson charges w11li ,
attempting to confuse the public by
ad tilling a “policy <»* alternate si
lence and sneering. tie says that '
the question of contributions lir T j
F. Ityan was approved by Wits »n a
fin lit ict > agents, but when Wilson j
was apohep to he said ' some uncivil |
tilings'’ about Kyi-. The matter<
went no further, Watterson aso rta. I
While Wil-on w/.s r-<■ dving |« ~
’liar iipp" \'C liecautft* >f his sacrifice
h,, w as groveling, ar Harvey’s (c af* I
ter pardon for tthamelem an <lite if*. •
less treatment he admitted having
of private friendship f-r public duty
betel tired oh Harvey
“If he possesses » spark of honora
ble sensibility he bill demand the
publication u the abject letters he
w rote to Harvey.***
Governor Wilson Oc lined to Issue
a statement tonight in reply »o Hen
ry Watterson,.
WANTS INVESTIGATION
OF MONEY IlSI;
HENRY OF TEXAS ASSAILS MON
EY POWE'» *
Actiisrs Orcups of New York Finan
ciers With 1 sine the Undue Influ
ence in the N ruination and Elec
tion Men to Ofti<*\
Associated Pres
Washington. Jan. 2b. K or- »;n
t Hive Henry of Texan, chairman of
‘he Hmj min mi t«c on role, today
liitrmliierd a res tut ion to direct a
sweeping Invrstigaitog particularly
a* ih« New »»rk <**k Exchange and
f’le-iring House Aswielatkig, and nl**r
group* m ftunnel r# <*f Wall a met
who. he declared. by dominating *b«*
corpora nun** and railroad in*er**s*s,
and National Hanks, and their alleg'd
pronto Eton of ,>p**< uiiiiv,. m item"-, in
f!« tic» d *l»c nomination and -de« t. u
of pmhiic oil'telai*.
The at . nipt of Mery w,.* to broad
en the scope of the in.|itir> proiMued
by lie present 3 tve f.>nd‘*r'» rgh > »T
Miniictsi. i. and «*v♦ »k*-*f d stirring pro
tee* from 1.1 Hieion of Net* York \
hitter caucus figh, is anticipated as
tb"* result of Henry’s resolu Ion.
W i**t.m J Hrvan ha- fur s n
ilao> vigorously urged <».i roagrei* 'he
Investigation ot the "Money Tr»is»/
all bough the d*-mocr*: le lender, »’»*
derma d. and otb* r bouse Aenejrra**
are known to be opposed to It at lots
time.
NEITHER B II PINGS
00R ‘BATTLESHIPS
Dcmocr«tie House Caucus Dec'drs to
Report No *Hlb for Public Build
met or ButtleSbip*.
! Ass-wig led 1’res.s
Wasningion. Jan t!« - \fl r a
spirited debate In the nnncnc *4 'he
| Ifonae Henna rat* tonight it wn* de
rided by a vote !ix to A* tbit wo pub
lic building shall be reportejt by con
gress this session, and that there
shall be no appropriations for bat le
*hip*. Tb* savings resulting from this
action of the caucus I* estimated by
th,„ dc tin w rat It" leaders at $**.#*#,
**•#. a public buildings bill of II*,
otuyOoo had been sugges ed Id the
rase of public buildings, however,
‘here coxy he some appropriation* for
emerge ncica.
Cattle Market. __
Associat'd Press
Kansas City, Jan. 29,—Cattle
steady to It* cents lower Export
steers fi.*>5 fi #f §<*. H g» steady,
bsavnes I* 2* *> 1*27.1-2. Sheep ten
and fif een com* lower.
Cottar Market
New Or lean*, U., Jan 2t.-~C®t
| >n futures closed steady with 3
points advance to I points decline,
S|Mk \ steady 1-1* and up.
*
CITY COUNCIL
MEE1I G YESTERDAY
IMPORTAN* matter brought
BEFORE HOARD
Election Judge* Aimoinfe'*. Ordin
ance Regnl^ne Slaughter House*
Introduced Ordinance Fixing Fee*
lot. Merchants of Certain Class
Bills Presented and Allowed
The city '-onm il met yesterday af
ternoon with Mayor Kowalski. Alder
men I'aiti. More, Scott, C’rtxell. Cato
lint and Mia k-lo-ar present.
Il inert*m Merrhaatw Taxed,
t'nder the bead of unfinished bu«
ineew, Alderman Cain introduced an
ordtiiMiice, provldilkf tor the levying
of a tax upon ”d»*f-email sales*,’* bank
rupt slurb." **tire sal's.* or * water
and tire damaged stock.** sales fix
• .Merchants who move from place to
pla«-e." the tux assented lietr.g $.'*<*
for the first month and 11# for each
suci ceding nr mb. The ordinance
pas-cd unanimously.
The aecretary read « request from
.1. Il MhariH*. tn whi h the letter r«k
ed to tie allowed to use ihe city wa
ter for street sprinkling purpose*
Tie petitioner informed the council
ttrait he intended t » put improved
sprinkling apparatus on the streets
and that lit* would be willing to ipvta
kle Hie Mock around the city hall am)
Market twice daily. Mr Sharpe
hoped th.it the council would only
charge him a nominal tee.
The request was referred to the
water and light noinniMter and to,
the superintendent of the water and
light department.
Another petition read was from*
John \V. Hoyt who requested the
civ io install a ferry at the corner
of Fourteenth and Jefferson street*.
Alderman (’oboUni. chairman of
the Ft reel and bridge conmittee told
the council that he had l*een unable
h get any material with whi h to
repair tig ’4 *|fw In the at reels, hut
that he had been informed that as
soon a* the work tin the street pav
ing « ommeneed. he would have be
tween IfMM* and lid® yards of avail
able material, to repair those streets
that will not tie paved
S letter from Oj J. liail. treasurer
of the Harrisburg Ira® and Pipe com j
pany. asking for payment of the com
pany** engineer p lo> installed th<
maehtnery at the power plant was
read The writer claimed that there
was fit ».|« due the company and
rhreotooed that, tf the elty did not
remit, he would adopt drastic meth
ods to collect. As the city council
was not aware of such » hill, the tnaf
•ti‘r wan referred to the super tut in
dent of the water and light depart-!
niettt
Election Officers Appointed.
Mayor Kowalski told tti«• coimell
that white H had hen n»*tomary to
wail until the last mlnw'e tJ appotn
elect ton officer* nod Judaea he had
iferid <1 to take time by the fornloek
and mi built ted the follow me lift of1
officer* which was approved h> 4h>
council;
First Ward I .on I* Rntlav presid
ine officer, Miguel Foma ode*. .1. f*
HeHniflt and Tomas Tijerina jtida ?
So iud Ward i T Fannie* pre
siding officer. W. 8 West, VV. K Me
lt.iv ill and R K HoIIjmhI Judge*
Third Ward Juan Mooli*. preaid
mu offiero, 1, R tVvwen. tJeortle 'an
nop and t» tiros®. judges
Mr Cowan •«>i *». tied hi* ability |
lo serve «.-> an election judge, a he
i» a ci*y official, but wa* axtturud *h». '
a.- bis offlr,, i* appointive and not
The emioetl indorsed the mayor's
choice ct election officer#, unanim
ously.
Alderman Hlagkslusar pigmented the
following ordinance, which was re
ferred to the health and fiiiaiJT** com
mit ees The latter commit t-e t«-inc
Included to look into the futures #et
d wti in Mr Black shear'a ordinance.
The ordinance submitted by Mr
|tla< ksbear provides:
First. That it shall »e unlawful to
slaughter any animal* within tin- el*y
limit# f Brownsville, except at the
city slaughter house.
Second That all arc senary house*,
pens, fixtures, me. he provided Tor the
prop r maintenance and Ipspoctloa of
the pen# That every animal must hu
I nenacted by tl . r befof£
killing and during or Just af’er dress
ing. That offal, hi od and refuse ft
placed In a reduction plant or other
suitable place and tkrfrofcd. Thin*
all appliances He kept thorough)’
clean That crrtplove* he examined
by he city* physic!^. T vat only
elcsn garment.* of an easily clennel?
material be uaed In the houses and
pen- That only fill water be
used in the preparati ■> or drowsing
of a carcass
Third. That the mayor and city
council provide a soperlmteadent to
manage said siaugnter house and
pens and the slaughtering and rjfrig
eration of all animals slaughtered
there
Fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh
That a cold e nrage plant be provid
ed t r. and that all fresh lulled nn%»a
from the slaughter house with a tem
perature ranging fr.m 3ft to #S do
grrs. and he kept in raid storage fo
1 not lea# than 34 nor more titan St
hours
It shall hr unlawful *>r aay o*
i to sell or expos# for sale meat* not
inspected sanghtered and kept la
I cold storage a* above mentlotted An
(C'outinned on rage < j
; i
A *
YOAKUM WILL 6IVE
900.908 10 HOTEL
IF broWNSVII.LE WITT. RAISE AN
EQUAL AMOUNT
Practical Plan nf Campaign Adopt'd
Citv and Count? to Be Divided
Among Con*milt«ts» W'lth List* of
•axpaver* for Guidance.
—.——*■
The nit pilot* of a pearl teal work
ing plan of ctmpaigu for MruriHf
sohw rip ion* t<» at. « k for the HI*
tourist hate), and a posit lee renewal
of the prom I*** of H F Y .ikum.
chairman of jlir Frisco e\*» inive
eowtaillt #, in *tm tribute f too,him* m
the hotel project .were tine deielojje
itnnis in,,the launching of this im
portant ewterpri.se yesterday!,
Th,, m etlnu of ti*e Brow a* v Mia j
ll«H**l Company, hi which rhe solid!
ins committeet were requested to be
present, was held yesterday morning
a; the Chamber of Commerce ro ms.
with Captain William Kelly predd
iiiK. and K. A. M-cCiary of fir’tiling a?
secret tuff.
Tiie otiject of the me'ting wa * m
prepare to ad :pt a sjoartfir plan by
which the committee# appwtu «*d t»i
th** central commit <*e -rnl.tv tn ri
ing might he launched upon their
duties
The chair Informed the meeting'
tba It w a* realised that ii would be
necessary to go abou* the wc»rh of
-oil* it i ng snosertp. inns syfct -;»ia. tea I
!y. The idea in appointing m mat*?
c*uiimi*tee». it was explained. I* to
apportion the city and other parts"'*-1
the countv among ,:ie vari ms com
mittee*. each committee I . % pro
vided wl-h a Hat of the r»- *pb* in It*
r**#.|*e< i)■ ■ t ri *ry. fi :n » >*»i.i it -■
expected to secure #obaeriptloe ;
R. II. Creaper suggest -d that tit
prop r method nf getting tn - turn*
was to take a r py of the ttx list, and
that thus, not only would ;hc ems
mit «*e be able to get th** names, but
also to barn the amount of taxes
each man paid, and thus b» aid t >
•at i mate about w hat mi> In* exp,*ded
f **a* h. Mr. ir eager At*ii IC
Steam an volunteered to furwidl* th*
■vttnnmiee with tax lists.
This plan appealed In the assem
bly as the most pra* tienl on-- .tad i.
waa adopt >d. As Mr p'cgmatt said
thvt he would have to ha..,, time to
get hi* Hr! in sltaiM* the k'eellwpt i >
receive the reptui >f M*s*r« Cr«*sr r
and S-«-Kii>att was sot lor this aft- r
uoon at 3:2© o'< l**ck
An*>tIt* r reason lor cnauitlnjg th •
h»mr of in**etlng frert* ti**% m rater,’1
hour. wa» that Mr. # A*t index. .Mr
Itwromian, .Mr. Mcvtat•* *ud other#
aniplo.V’Mt in the »»:*»&* prout-t ha* ■
finished th* if d«)V* ||*rl||*v it-:I# p
it., and could ntor, -■oitvcn»e**tly a
tend the meetings.
Cape*in Kelt* u*r rm-j1 the (tout
that ft F Yoakum wi ■**<! »«* in th
city mi tin- itnwn train, and that h.
would l*k«- to ha*** rb • incmIters o'
th.* etmtpetty meet with hiui. and
show him that (hey had not b*-» n
idle. .
Mr Yoakum Reiterates Promise of
I1G0.GOV.
It was <)«»«-t«l> <1 that the sritnmtlJr-*
lioultl iiif-et Mr Yoakum a 2 :«*
( hh'K If |t (*OM|i| |iu upf* 4i;>'tl
Numin* > f*» nt ffafit| i|» t b it hi* wa* *
v
Yoakum ami inf r«ii <1 him of lit ■'
11 * • i * * I mm * i'liiif j*f * 11 § 11 :t i # iti pi' it i
in t cm• f*Ilivitp $ | ftu himi if tli fii .
Thone (• rt*.'*ir*n * nf jri>*ij iy muft*
inc * up * mi: n r** f nvo*ntn w tifiaiii
Krlty. K A. Met; ary. .1 O. Fern an
dea. J R Keotl, 4 V, Turk r. W. II
Mu* hi. t1 ivl one I I'rialt 4 L.
Itwnrtuan. W. 4. VkVal.'K R i'rwi<T
\Y It If inkle). F VV Aetbury and I*
tt Ken tiro
PISSES IDE HOUSE
I*J0N AND STEEL STHED LES
<*REArLY RED* CED
Henvv Reduction in Exist mr Sched
ules Bill Goes Inronch With a
Handsome Majority. Insure* nil
Vote With Democrats
t AtancUudi Preas.
Washington, Jan I*. The ataal
! tariff revision bit) piwtl the b1 o <
! late this af ♦•mo -ft
Tint tote was Jin r»w and int*
| ana mat There were' 20 Insurgent
! r‘publican* * bo voted wi<h ► d**Ti»
oernt* for the ps of the bill
j Thr ne.aawr* a* paused ip* In* bo****
■reduce* the dadtas of the Payne*Aid
rich Wit from thirty-five to fifty pe r
1 cent.
The metal tariff bill goes to the
senate tomorrow where It wit! far., a
* as .
stormy reception. Both fbe • pubti
. can and democratic senators have
been deferring tfaer Fatal at ton with
a view to concentrating their atten
tion on tariff measure* ac they
fcannrpc from t*^ rtouae, but no eb» »
" of action is ra*pjw-i out. iVfcsncrita
express hope, however, f hat the oro
greaeive republican* will Join *■ .til
■ them in same coalition that 'enabled
1*ie senate to pat through 'he tariff
bills o' the extra anaaiob and p»uf
■the issue aMMMfljr up to the pr*~*i«l.-r»r
«
j SAN BENITO, 2m 1
<
I The GEM CITY cf the RICH and FERTILE Lower Rio Grande
i Valley |
19 ■flf» north of Brownsville, situated in the ’
midst of an exceedingly prosperous farming com- *
' *nunity and conceded to be the most important .
agricultural shipping point on the Houston- ■
Brownsville line of the ’Frisco” Railway system- >
i THE PRE EMINENCE of SAN BENITO. »» * City, and it # # <r
i eon inline AGRICULTURAL community, as a farming prop* mil k»i
* m,*r »'«> town or sect ion In th. LOWER RIO GRANDE VAL
LEY. ha# nen established beyond any four of ntiremaful refutation E
Th° MARVELOUS rr.mih and ADVANCEMENT ^ • this 21 ^ I
YEAR OLD City »»4 the eilenelte and « i*i4 rful DEVELOPMENT
1 "f ,h<* r«"" ,J»"d tributary h th.- SAN BENITO IRRIGATION CA- ■
NAL SYSTEM »r** th« ouree of AMAZEMENT «"d ASTONISH •
' MENT i" »h. VISITOR, ea--ly CONVINCING hi* that thi* i# im» »
PLACE TO LOCATE M bo i» d<**irotis of enjoying good health, living *
in comfort, semiring niro>s4ul results from hi# effort# and nisi >
* maiely attaining linnm iai INDEPENDENCE. »* hi# just reward .
' and to which he lx entitled ,
WE CANT BE TOO EMPHATIC IN OUR CLAIMS |
■ ^°upr Rio Grande Valley, and San Benito in particular, .
r haa been endowed bv Nature with a rich, deep and extremely fertile >
i soil, the productiveness of which is the equal of, if not superior *o >
1 T^e ,0,1 of udv section on earth and a climate unsurpassed for uni- 1
1 formitv throughout the entire year by any locality on this Conli- »
' neat.
1 These conditions, coupled with our excellent. Reliable Irrigation 1
and Railroad Facilities, complete an ideal and perfect combtna- 1
tion of advantages at Sun Benito offered by no other agricultural
1 section in this country- 1
Inspection and comparison will prove all our statements and
claims made in this regard
n,‘ IRRIGATING CANAL SYSTEM »t SAN BENITO <«r.v|tyt
i* the large*t In th< South and ami Me of the lnrs< >t and m«»r £F
' FICIENT In operation aryrbm at tin* pre.-.-„t time. Tim muin ca
( n*1 '■ -< mtkr# in 1«u»k' h. 230 feet in width and carries 20 feet
, ■'* wa,t‘r ** *H lime*, I'bert* are ISO mile* of lateral canals and 33 a
miles Of lead dltrbes. giving a rapacity SUFFICIENT to SATISFAC* !
, TORILY WATER the fid.HM ACRES nut-hod by this lumen-e |Hrj
, GATION SYSTEM- >» couik. lion with this our DRAINAGE SYSTEM ■
, TEM IS PERFECT
TO MARKET YOUR PRODUCTS SUCCESSFULLY AND IN A
* SATISFACTORY MANNER IS JUST AS IMPORTANT TO YOU AS *
■ THE PRODUCTION OF YOUR CROPS Here 1# where SAN BENITO 1
, ho* a tremendous ADVANTAGE o'«r any other section. In wddl- »
1 Hon to * Ik- "FRISCO” Hallway system wtiirh traverses this farming •
I seel Pin. in one dire. lion, we have iI.egAN BENITO and RIO GRANDE ;
, VALLEY INTERURBAN LINK, now tn op ration with modern and
i UP u>-dat«- equipment. Thin line extend- oat of the rliy of SAN
’ BENITO »** fflppwdf direct ion and tatter.*-* this vast AGRICULTU
RAL COMMUNITY from END •*» END within convenient .1. t un.
1 Of every farm HCW CAN YOU 1MPR VE UPON SUCH AN AR
' 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 ft
EFFECTUAL DRAINAGE, AS WELL )
Don't forget that here is where the ore-cooling plant n to be 1
located. There are now onlv three in operation, two in California ■ t
' »«d one m Flcnda. Tim will make th# fourth in the United States 1 “
SEEING IS BELIEVING. COME LET US SHOW YOU. |
VALLEY LANO FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR OTHER PROPERTY
NO, I*» |Kl'\ \ \ .!♦ si mew* l»li nd»d fir • tklli'.i I** 1*4 '*1 1"' -l
very deep *nd ml. alluvial lo*» »'* »»•»• «• to all ' rofM of this V *1
ley. in< luilinc cotton, uur, cnti**. corn, alfalfa, I HI* It and *ttiwt
frttitri i * M' r* li* . iN-'di cleared Ha Hiily pn»d wmer rtf *‘i ua
der Dnima canal AlN**tt I wile* It ■ annar null and Inaditi* »i>nr and *•
miles fr mi I onna Price f« • per acre wth eneiimliraar# of f2.ll*11 74.
a part of which id 4mic Kkiulty of • :#!» »!*ll lie- traded far §na4. well
located land or other pro'certy ff1 at<a.I of a»»*r* l and la* or awMmnMta,
that h#»c*idi value of that a meant. ‘i» n* r hi away and property It* north
Teste or n<*r hern stale* preferred.
HALLAM COUINIZA I ION COMPANY, Hrownnvilk. fei.
SERIOUS CHARGE
AGillST DARROW
CHARGED WITH BRIBIN'* JD«Ohh
IS MtNAM^RA CASEY
Iawwr Who UofehM McNamara*
Mutt Confront Seriout Chare*-—At
retied t"d Held in $^0*001) Mid i
Prepare1 to Fate Hu Accuteri.
Ijm Angelas. Jan >•. — Two In-'
dh lineals, flMh enm$a of
bribery *»<l a«te»p4ed corrupt ion,
were returned t. day if Hu*
grand |ny acmfast flwrene# **_ l*ar
row c«i Cbleago. formerly the chief
ouaecl for the McNamara hgoihora.
The bills alleae he was furnished
money out of the McVamara defeats*,
fund and bribed Robt Main, a Juror*
a worn to try Jaa. B M< Namara. and
l*"or«c Sf. Imtfc'Wood, a voolrontha.
Harrow pin* been aff>.sled, hit! la
released on ball- The maxi
mum poni-hmeni „ h e »n*i< t
ed on all roimia, I* 30' year* tmjiria
iMuneat and $10,000 l-fy Tonight
Harrow who bad several days' not lew
of Impending irr must tons aaid be
would be glad when (be euspenar was
over, and that he would fare Is I# ar
raignment Thursday in the Starrier
,< ntrt with an etptaalmity bom of IA
csHunlonoa,
Jutt the Beginning
Tampa. I*la>« Jen. 2».—There was
no chance for Harrow to engage,’ re
asriled Iitutriet Attorney "1. X Fred
erirfc* of last Angele* who was here
when shown the dispatch announcing
the IndlitmeM "Of Clarence Harrow.
We kn» w wh n II* a look hi- sept
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TAFT IN OHIO
LEADS BUST LIFE
SOUNLfS KEY NO*E OF COMING
CAMPAIGN
. | .. •
Urret Remihlirana to Stand by 1hnr
Guns in Full Amu ranee *hat They
Have Kept All Part? Pledget to.
Peonie
(>vvlu4, Jan 29.— Prenidawt
Thiffn Hire# darn natt to (Hilo began
at Cleveland today aad before r»*«ir*
H»g to bin prlivat* rpf lontRht tie bad
■IMriMti on peace and *a,rt>#ra»»n»,t
bad talked Ohio polio* * with # »me
hading reputdfotpa and |y»d
tb# "b*y not**- o( the coming prwi
d# a Hal campaign
Hr left late tonight for Colnmbun
Tb# la# even1 of the dnyaraa Tafia
speech * thu. McKinley Hay ba miner
of the TIppi'iouD ritib *
He made a at I mag appeal to the
Republican party lo aland by iu guaa
and in r».41 g') a fident that It ha* car
ried out tie pledge* made to the peo
ple. He comprehend**ly reviewed the
achievement* of bia admin letration
aad indicated bin wtHIngtiena to go in
to the campaign on the tariff Iummi
alone
il« declared the republican defeat
of last year wa» not haeamm of the
inrrea*-. of tfpmoendtc, twFg* but be
cause «f the aPa’by of republican^
be bad been bribed aad who did it *
When naked if be thought the Indict
ment of Harrow la any way involved
the high offlciala of tb** American
Federation of Labor, Frederick*"
laughed aad Mid, *!’Thla i* but toe
beginning/ M

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