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B. F. Avery & Sons’ Lin; THE AVI;R\ LINE
Br’ville Hardware Co.
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REVOLUTION
IN HIDALGO COUNTY
CKilization Overthrows the Wild Animal
Kin$dow--Pharr Progress Is Proclaimed
Victor and Declared
I DICTATOR
f ' IT
The EYE of the
Public Is On Us
The best looking ami most complete *owu **f its sire In the Valley.
Finest hotel far it it i« h. e’ean, sanitary, t».*st cquiptuni ami nw» t
comfortable with finest cuisine in the Valley.
| Coal in nttmiiK't'. i nat« «i In i
Center of a Park
Where only days ago the cactus and ncaquite grew wild.
Cone make your home In this new and up-to-date town; fall In
line, we are selling the ground fast
Come early that you may lo< k well over the ground arid select a
choice business or residence lot, »
Hi* Come listen to the music of the hummers. Its echo rings through
t *
out the Valley telliug the tale of progre. a.
An elegant hank and office building is fast neariug completion,
where a fina^ttall will always be In readiness for dances, meetings,
d- and 'theatrical-*.
' ► J
ere an >-<•»« find such an ideal location?
A handsome new brick church is nearing completion. A down
handsome homes are rising in our midst. What can prove the
success of a towu more than seeing homes rise so fast from where r
only six monthaago the cactus grew and the wild animals ream
ed at large?
Reservoirs are built and only waiting until the water works are
completed to give us dear filtered river water.
There are openings for a first-class Drug.and Stationery Store.
A Dry floods, Hoot and Shoe Establishment. High tirade Meat
Market and Bakery. Combined Cleaning and Prying Establishment
with llarber Shop.
Plf8trlin Dentist also Physician and Surge n. For further par
tlHNw-s address PHARR TQWMSPE 30MP\NY
\ While In the Valley!
DON’T FAIL TO VISIT
MISSION.
, |
^ '
Elevation, 14o feet.
;
Irrigation; unexcelled.
Dflku^ige, natural.
wVrO VE IT
‘ 1 ||if the most progressive, high* | ,
ly Vevelooed. prosperous, thriv
• ing proposition in the Lower Rio .
> Grande Valley.
, A personal investigation will con
vince you of the greater advan< ►
' tages and opportunities offered. >
I MISSION LA«D IMPROVEMENT COMPANY i
1 . MISSION. TEXAS , •! \
JOHN J. CONWAY
Prriiicnt^V Sole Oww, ’
f.
y
_
; gKrm-rrutY amkkiiax ffdkka* !
| TIOX rOXSlDKIlKD IMPORTANT
; (HMnnim'ttl llwin** l.igfit on IVrtsin j
K«(f|i-x in McNamara'* lb oka, Fa*
I eci«)|> Those Itelating In IN**
fen*** I- Ofol. (dim| its Will X«>w
I flit'll.
/
Associated Pre**.
Indianapolis. Jen. 3rt—It was on-1
noun< ed today that Frank Morrison, j
j secretary of the American Federa-1
{ (ton of i^itior, «; Id be called re a
I witness before the Federal grand j
| jury now investigating the allele 11
(ottntry-wide dynamite conspiracy!
Thursday. «
Whether or not any other labor!
leaders will be summoned depends;
largely on his tertimmy. District 1
Attorney Miller, however, said today j
it is not likely that Samuel (Join-1
I (WT3 will he suit*owned.
In investigating the allegation
that money was us d to divert w!t-i
, nesses or to inf It: mce them in gov-!
* i ntr.ent, it is raid, found in the |
11 oks and eorrcjpomleneo obtained
since .1. .1. Me.Vaiuara's am i lam
\pril. r« ords upon which more light
is desired.
Morrison will be asked about the'
dif| (Mitioii of the McNamara defense
fund, whatever finntieial dealings, if'
any (he International Association til j
Rridfte and Strnrtur»l iron Worker*!
! had with th*» federation since Vr
: Samara's arrest will alia* be inquired \
I into.
CHINESE BELIEVE j
SKTTI.KII I'llSTKItDAV IV OtX-j
KKIO-IM K OF
Imperial Family and l***il»ccs Will
lot it in l!ni|i|jr Tilk* anti I terra vr j
HPnslon. Transfer Made U’PI
^ J
Hast Possible Issh of Di'anlly.
! Asiviated Press.
liking, Jan. 30. — It is understood
! that the immediate abdication of th«
throne has lieen decided upon e» a
; result of a conference today between !
I the the Umpires Dmrtfer, Prion
termer Regent and Prlnees Chlng.
former premier. In accordance with
th cuiiditlcns laid down by the re
publicans. namely, that the imperi
al family and princess are :o retain
the empty titles, reside where they
I please and receive annual p nations
.ttre regaling two millions'of dollars,
and tbit the transfer of power shall i
be effective with as lit Uo»ss of dig
nity to the throne as p sslble.
A cabinet me ting is called for to*
1 morrow to arrange the details of the
abdlca-loa.
Premier Tuan Shi Ktl in a state-*
m -nt of the newspners avers his j
readiness ?0 accept almost any s lu
11loti which ensures p-aee. He says|
he has no mbit Ion to become pres!-}
I Cent of the *w republic
j *8 Troop train
.Many soldiers were killed by .he
leap! sion of a bomb utnl r an inipe
! rla'ist troop train near Hankow to
* day
FEWER SPEECHES:
I IRE POLITICS
HHAitT to m:\inr talk with
»*omticia\s.
I'r* sjtli in Make* H’wcr Speectiev in
Public and More in Crivnlr. I*e
ptthlirun t riciwK Assure Him
TiuH lie Will Control Central Com
mittee.
Associated Pres*.
Columbus, J »n. 3ft.—Prftfident j
Tafts second day In Ohio developed
leva speseh-waktng and more politics
than yesterday in Cleveland, for ma
ny republican" dropped in on the
president to say ft word or two about
politi'S.
Some told the president the Taft
for es would control the Ohio state
eentral committe by a comfortable I
majority, others raid the movement
In his behalf was gaining strength.
The president spoke at ItlBfheon
in the chamber of commerce on
peace, dedicated the new federal
buUdiug with a speech'against the
judicial recall, and tonight, as guest
of the Columbus Olee Club he re
peated portions of hla speech in
Clevleand last night. He will end
his Ohio tr'p at Akron tomorrow.
Tit > president * suffering some ‘n
ronvenlene# from cold, but the
1 alnrmlnr .reports sent out last night
from Clevelcr.d as. to bis radii has.
| were uot warranted. j
.II?.
A
* FIRST CAR OF RADISHES *>
*1- The first car-load shipment \*
of radishes from the Valley v
-I- this wittier was made vester
-!• day by th.. Brownsville Grow
•J- ers* Association Secretary
#> Duncan of the Association *1*
v says th it the radishes came ->
v from all the surrounding v
%- country, and were of an ex- v!*
v cel lent onality. Radishes are v
*1* now worth 40 cent* per dozen *!*•
-I- on the market. v f
FOR TRUCK BUSINESS
KltlHTO KXI'WTs l\(l!i;tsi:i)
SHIPMKNTH FROM YAI.LKY
< r*»|i Condition* Here Ire Reported
Good—I*»-;»< »n ally Xo l.imit to
IN^ible Winter (iSfitrn IVmlwtion
in the t oast fountry.
Larger truck and vegetable move
ment out of the lower Rio Grande
Valley district and gulf coast coun
try* tributary to Houston and tip*
Brownsville railroad generally is
predicted this year than ever bet»re
by J. F. Goran, division passenger,
agent, of the Frisco lines, who re >
turned yesterday from Brownsville'
and forpus Fhrlstf.
Mr. Govan made a general taapee-1
Hon trip over the country touched!
by the St. laviiis. Brownsville and j
M« xico railroad in the nteres' of his t
detut rtment.
Mr. Govan stated that with the ex
ception of the cabbage crop, which i
|o tteng shipped through to the north i
and Fast in enr load lets, the ent ire ;
re; table production of the coast and j
lower Rio Grand# Valley irrigated t
dim riots are now being consumed j
largely at Houston and entirely in
Texas.
“The building of the precoollnc j
plant at San Benito."" said Mr. Gow- j
an. "is having the effect of sttmula- *
t*ng trucking con.-iderably. This!
will further be stimulated with the!
organization of a truckers' assorts- ]
lion, now in progress, th# object of'
which will be that of proper mar-!
keying and distributing of products {
“There i# practically nr* limit to
the amount of winter garden produc
tion lhat can he developed along the
southwest roast country. Whit hr«
already token plae is almost rairae- ]
ulous. Crop conditions at*# at rv»«- j
ent exceptionally good and the j
freight movement will shortlv take
on considerable importance. — -
Houston Post.
R\II.FY OK TKXAK STILL FIGHTS j
MIAKFIIF
Says Bill*,!} Popularity is Hue In-1
fluent# ill Women \\ lto Should |
f*»Hfi»e Their Attention t*» suit- I
j«*etK OiiHiic Legislative Hulls.
Associated Press.
Washington. II. 4". Jar.. JO—The I
proposal for the cbaldrcn's bureau In
the department of Commerce and
Labor to investigate nod rcc'ifl ini
i II matters pertaining to the w« lfare j
of children was delated in the sen-1
gt# today without .action. It will be j
voted upon tomorrow afternoon
Senator Bailey is among those op
potdng the bill, lie a4t,thuteti the
bill’s popularity to the influence of
w'axtten. who he said, should confine j
their attention to subjects oti.aide i
the hails of legislation. “The more ,
a woman knows about the things she j
ouaht know, the less she knows mboti*
fio thing? we are doing here" Hailey
said.
Pension Bills Before House
Associated .Press.
Washington. Jan. 30.—The ;»,*:»•
sion appr priation bill, carrying
$152.579.000. was reported In the
house todap The debate began im
mediately. Th,, bill w *ultl elimluote
seven teen branch pension agencies at
an estimated saving of $280,000 per
year. The democratic leaders de
clare they are determined on their
ahandoment.
Cattle Market*
Associated Press.
Kansas Pity. Jan. 20 —P* tie stea
dy to 15c higher: exp t;. •!*»«'d do j
to *s. Hogs five and li cents high
er; heavies $0.30 to .>1. «•<*;> 5 j
to 20 cents higher.
*ir
Cotton llarki'i.
Associated Press.
New Orleans. Jan. 31.*.-CotUm ftp
Ittrwo tteood' oteatff and urrbansed I#
4 points advance.. ttpuls tpcodjr, t-lfij
cents off.
i
DATE OF REPORT
DEBATED III SENATE
TO|» \ V KKXATI'I WILL I OASIIlF.tS
TI%IK I.IXT.
fjuevtioit Whether Tariff KnMua
Hill. From IIoum*. Shall
•*e deferred lo Hrulc FiMHMt*
(oniiuit(<«>. With lieflnite Time to
deport.
Associated Prana.
Washington. D. C., Jan. !*»».—The
fight over the question of Instructing
the senate f nlnare
the MMtt finance comm it te to re
port back the steel and tariff revis
ion bill within a fined time will be
made tomorrow before tbs measure
Is referred to the cofiiniltf.ee for Its
consideration.
The regular republicans in the ten-'
at are for granting herrings to all
of those most Interested, but the
“progressive’' republicans favor a set
time for the committee to report
The bill was reported from the
house today, hut was ordered to l*e
on the table until the childrens bu
reau bill then under discussion was
tdspoauri of. It Is (minted out today
that with the senate membership
stamPng 4 rapubHrgggfyyyuit
standing 49 republicans; 41* demo
crat* and one vacancy, the defection
of only four progressiva* from fine
republican Hue-up Is all that Is tie -
cssary to pass the hill
A number of progressives have In
dicated that they will stand fiat
where they did In the tariff fights
*fi the egtn* acnatatu when ti:riff bills j
were paused by » democrat and pro
gressive republican coalition.
SRVJUI DISCUSSED
GENERAL SIMM
ALSO TALKS ABOUT WA' ‘EKSON
WILSON HOW
Harmony Not the Most DelijaKs
Thing in PcblicLife. Though He
Regards th«* Trouble Betw«‘qp. Folk
and C*aik as Unfortunate
Associated Praas.
Dallas, T«**, Jan, *#.—JWHtun*
f Bryan eurrctie to h«s uni at Mis
sion, Texas, dlseu set! the political
situation In general here tonight, Ho
mid lie believed Gov. Wiliam of New
Jersey ao far ,iad been helped rather
than bur: because of hi* controversy
with Henry Witteraon,
*• Wlfaoi* l» right** he said. **in b-»
• lev!n* that,* man la sometimes bur*
by men ciameiou* In hi* support.*'
Kxplaining tiia; "he was under i o
bond to keep the pea«e" he d<» Ian 1
tba- .itrriony was not the most d -
sirahle thing in public life." Any
rginizrtlou proceeding upon that
r i n e i p le ea n m the p re a tea* on 1 j a t!
f» si as the slowes;, is Its etcswiits
he 3iid.
However, he regarded the e«ift
between Speaker and farmer Cfc*v.1
Folk of Missouri, as dial lac ly *n>
lortunate **
At thi* time he said he would n >t
announce any preference as to pres
idential candidates. He endorse* .be;
presidential preference p«im*rk**» and
ultimately making a majority a -i -
cldinx facmr lit ill pr:awr4e«.
Referring to letter of Gov. Wthvr
to A, li. Joiine he said it Illustrates
that Wilson is tlTe boat modern ox
ample of Saul of Tarsi**. "He lies
been soundly converted" Bryan eoe
tium<l Wilson in a letter to Joiine
several years ago expressed the hope
hat Bryan was out of politics for alt'
time.
STATE’S WITNESS
mysteriously ILL
Edward Throckmorton Chief Witness
For State in Sneed Case Thoifht
to be Dying
Asosciated Promt.
Ft. Worth, Texaa, Jan. 30. — Ed
ward Throekinort u. son of a former
governor of Text* ami the principal
nrtfnen* for the prosecution in he
trial of J. B. Sneed for murder in c »i»
nection with the killing of A. €5.
Boyce *r.» wan found uiMKMaar tanas in
a hotel here tonight Buffering front a
mysterious lllnem At midnight his
physicians say he probably will mm
live until morning
For aeveral days Tkcoduportoa has
been in the company of stranr-r*
said t> be private detectives
The case proceeded today no '"ur
ther than the argument* of covtnw-I
for the defense on their motion la
have the igdkirueitl ndashed ois ?
tacbnlekality. Judge Swayne mm*
ruled the motion, ^ ,
Pi w
j SAN BENITO, Jm | j
The GEM CITY of the RICH and FERTILE Lower Rio Grande
Valley I
19 miles north of Brownsville, situated in the 1
' »id$t of an exceedingly prosperous farming com- 1
* munity and conceded to be the most important ft
> agricultural shipping point on the Houston- ft
> Brownsville line of the “Frisco" Railway system;- ft .
| THE PRE-EMINENCE «* SAN BENITO. *• City, and it** *ur- ft l|
, ronnd,n* AGRICULTURAL community, m a farming proportion ft
> oy*‘r an>' othpr tomn or notion in th*£OWER RIO GRANDE VAL- ft (
, LEY. has hwn **iabl!*h*d beyond any fear of suee*$-«fttl refutation ft
. Tb* MARVELOUS arcmth and ADVANCEMENT o'. thin SH ft
. YEAR OLD City nd the extenatro and wonderful DEVELOPMENT ft
, of the farm land tributary to th* S.*N BENITO IRRIGATION CA- I
NAL SYSTEM *ee th* source of AMAZEMENT »«d ASTONISH- ft
' MENT M»« VISITOR, easily CONVINCING him that this la th* ft
> PLACE TO LOCATE M h* la desirous of enjoying good health, living ft
1 1,1 comfort, securing snorearful remit* from hi* effort* and uHL. ft A
, mately attaining financial INDEPENDENCE. *• hi* ju*t reward ft i
» and to which he Is entitled. ft V
WE CANT BE TOO EMPHATIC IN OWR CLAIMS. . §„
| The Lower Rio Grande Valley, and San Benito in imrticnlar. . j
, has been endowed by Nature with a rich, deep and extremely fertile ■ p
, *oil. the productiveness of which is the equal of. if not superior to » Jf
, the soil of any section on earth and a climate unsurpassed for uni- > ’ *■
■ for®*tT throughout the entire year by any locality on this Conti*
, nent. *
* These conditions, coupled with our excellent. Reliable Irrigation ’
» Rtid Railroad Facilities, complete an ideal and perfect combine- ’
' tion of advantages at San Benito offered by no other agricultural '
1 section in this country
inspection and comparison will prove all onr statements and j ’
1 claims made in this regard
rbe IRRIGATING CANAL SYSTEM «» SAN BENITO (Gravity»
’ I* tb#! largest In th* South and and oa« of th* largest and moat EF
’ FICIENT (« op. ration anywhere at th* present tlm*. The main ca
nal is 27 mile* in length, IB# f**t in width and earn*# 20 f##l
| of water at. all tinea. There are IS# mile* of lateral canals and Bfif ,
mil** of lead dltche*. giving a capacity SUFFICIENT to SATISFAC- ,
' TORILY WATER »h* So.ooo ACRES resebed by this immense irri. ,
GATION SYSTEM- !*> connection' 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 ft * x
, THE PRODUCTION OF YOUR CROPS -lere is where SAN BENITO ft ^
, » tremendous ADVANTAGE O'er any other a*ction. In addi- ft
i rion to *he “FRISCO” Railway «y*t*m which traverses this farming ft
, section, in one dir*, tion, w* have thefi\N BENITO and RIO GRANDE 1 1
VALLEY INTERURBAN LINE. ow in operation with modern and I
, up.to-dat* aqw i mil f la line extends out of th ally of SAN &
BENITO *» opposite direr'ion and traverses this vast AGBICULTU- K
RAL COMMUNITY rom END o END within convenient dint nice *
> of every farm HOW CAN YOU IMPR VE UPON SUCH AN AR- IU4
i KANCEMENT? ft 1
- WE NOW HAVE OVER 22.000 ACRES t W
> UNDER ACTUAL CULTIVATION. EVERY ft *
* ACRE DEMONSTRATING NOT ONLY THE 9
> FERTILITY OF THE SOIL. BUT THE EF- ft
’ FICIENCY OF OUR IRRIGATION AND |
* EFFECTUAL DRAINAGE, AS WELL ft
Don’t forget that her* is where the pre-cooling plant is to be ft
’ located. There are now only three in operation, two in California ft
' and one in Flctida. This will make the fourth in the United State* V
SEEING IS BELIEVING. COME LET US SHOW YOU. |
_ _ '1 ■>
WHET LAND FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR OTHER PROPERTT
I No. • ■ l.b i>m.ii,» ('anal Land, 2t* ’ • a< res adjoining No
•j'H* ,< ■=>■* %atnp rharorter of land. I‘u*mproved tout lateral ‘a to
it. Ii i !m will m.ilit a per feet little truck and fruit farm l‘rl<v
11 tit tier acre. 1-4 eaa.lt, bal, I. Z, I foam b l*er amt.
HALLAM COLONIZA l HIM COMPANY, ttr *wn*viJk. Tex.
.■■■.—.—...—I. i .—. ■ - •» »i
STEEL MINGS
SHOW DECLINE
UJWtiKT liaVII*KM> JH-tlt It III
l\ TftltKK Vt:.%ltK.
The $!!».«« 714.1*2! Yet, for L»*t i.Hnr*
•r-r <*f IJHI. Barely Meet* i!m- 7 and
5 IVr rent Fxgoctetl on Ht«*»k>.
A woe! alert Pro*#.
New York. Jan. Jo,-—- The earnings!
Of the United Staten Steel t'orporu
tiot| for rha fourth quarter f Mil
were made public today. There
were $23,146,116 with net earning*
■of f 11*,4 7 8,6 21. , These fig u re» Pa rely
cover the amount applicable to pre
fc triad end common dividend* at the
present rate* of 7 and 6 par eaatgtr
annum ruapwtiftiy. The uaurl quar
terly dividend# at tfieue ntl#» were
deelnred by director* '©day. The
©wring* for the year aggregate *104.
26S#ldl with net earnin»a of f:*4,»
Thee-** figure* compare
with * I <1.114.001 and #11*.8-45,134
reeoectivHy In 1#IP, and are the
InwtMit ainre 1 SMI*.
Mot So Sad at Lawrence.
Associated Press,
(jawrwnre. Mas*., Jan. 20.—With
the exception of #n early mom tag
outbreak when John Paml, an Assy
rian »trlh*r, wa* »;> badly wounded
that bodied tonight, there wa* prate
icaily no rioting today In connection
with (be textile worker#' strike.
Troop* *rr In ©antrol. No effort#
were mad-© today to nettle fit# *-irlkt ,
ECOHOM PROGRAM
SHARPLY BLAMED
NW ltCT.UIV or .V1YY BI.IMKX
THK ItFMm'll.ITg.
Kay a t '«*»« ik to Appropri
ate mo Mntirj For g.ii i i |»—
TltHatriis t \i«t» o« «• of Munror
i
|Mm tiiu< • I ail* VleMhUO* *'ti«%em
f t bj Snap Judgment .**
Aaaociarted Pren*.
Washington, I). C. Jan. 5*.— The
abandon mem: of the program for two
battkoblpe this year, by loot eight**
democratic caucus, brought out a
statement from Secret a rr of the .Na
vy; Meyer, today in which he arrang
ed the action of the caucus aa ’'liv
ing another llluetrattoo of goven
ment by snap Judgmet I.”
He IBWtli that the Monroe doc
trine i* bk* tig navy anti no lugger'
nnd that the rafted St a tea in guar
anteeing the neorallti of the Panama
Canal must b«» <►repart'd to rntke
good it* pledge.
There hn activity alao in the dem
ocratic rank* in cowrreea today and
another ranee* la likely to reenanldltf
the matter.
Meyer aaeert* that within a year
four tatt lead)lpa will become non
effective, ud even with a continuous
program of two battleship# a rear
tMo present efflefeney of the navy will
fall behind.
He *iigg«:*ta that the democrats.
If they wanted to econoroUt should
eboHali need 1 «*• navy yarili.
Bryan Coming*
Llieolh, \*b. Jan. 29. — Wat |,
Hr van left today for lit* farm at Mia*
ilon, Texas.
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