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REVOLUTION I
IN HIDALGO COUNTY I
Cixilization Overthrows the Wild Animal I
Kingdam-Pharr Progress Is Proclaimed 1
Victor and Declared f
DICTATOR
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The EYE of the
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Public Is On Us
P
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PHARR
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The best looking and moiil complete tow n of it* size in tlie Valley.
Finest hotel faculties, clean, sanitary, best equipped and MW
comfortable with finest cuisine in the Valley.
Cool in summer, situated in the
CenLer of a Park
Where only days ago the caetus and mesqulte grew wild. '
Come make your home in this n^w und up-to-date town; fall In
line, we are selling the ground fast
Come early that you may look well over the ground and aeleet a
choice business or residence lot# £
Come listen to the music of'the hummer*. It* echo rings through
on t the Valley telling the tale t*r progress.
An elegant bank and office building Is Tast nearing completion,
where a fine hall will always be in readiness for dances, meetings,
aoclal* and theatricals.
Where can you find such an Ideal location?
h y- \riek church is nearing completion A dozen
I handsome home* are rising in our midst. What can prove the
success of a town more than seeing homes rise an fast from where
only six month sago the cactus grew and the wild animals roam
ed at large?
Reservoir* are built and only waiting until the water work* are
completed to gi*o u* clear filtered river water.
There are opening* for a first-* lass Drug and Stationery Store.
A Dry (loo*!*. Hoot a*H Shoe Establishment, High Grade Meat
Market and Bakery. Combined Cleaning and Pressing BgtnblUlinient
with Barber Shop.
Firstclcaa Dentist also Physician and Burgeon. For further par
tlcu.a-s address PHARR T0WNS1TE ?CMP\HY
_ _. . j m rm ■"■-■a ifg1 •japM*er*T} jmyra’gai IQ • jJOT ’
While In the Valley
• DON’T FAIL TO VISIT |
MISSION.
Elevation, 1 4 o feet.
Irrigation, unexcelled.
Drainage, natural.
i WE PROVE IT
To be the most progressive, high*
ly developed, 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.
: MISSION LAND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
MISSION, TEXAS
JOHN J. CONWAY
' President V Sole Own*.
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j JUAREZ MUTINY
RATHER FORMIDABLE
iiKVoi/nrit HoytiKiui mcxorxi'K
M AIIKItl rt* CilIVKRXIII*:XT.
Affair Srrm* ('tmaednl IVIfh 7m.
petMa Mmeim ni. Mwler» Ail.
tttilg the Situation is limit Set-ion*.
Which llus Arisen Since His In
auguration.
By Associated Press.
El Paao, Texas. Feb. 1.— Emilio
Vtaqaex (tome* was named for pro
visional president of the Mexico re
public and President Madero was
condemned In bHter terms in a proc
lamation rimilnted today among
revolting Juarez garrison -and mem-1
hers of the new revolutionary Junta
In Kl I’m. The nrmlimation dates
• Pevolnt ionary Camp in Chihuahua
Feb. 1, 1912” and bears the slfna
11*res of Louis Fernandez and Col.
L. Salazar as “Chiefs forces of the
Xorth.”
The proclnmatinn !» taken as an
other indication of a possible connca
ticn with the Znocta movement.
The proclamation pledges adherence
to the “Plan of Tacuhava” and de
; mrnds. among other things, the
j dissolution of congress. Madero Is
criticised e«. aerially because of the
election of Pino Suarez to the pres
idency The city council of El Pino
1 appealed to Taft today for prole:lien
I _
MERITS CABINET
BATHER WORRIED
OVI K Ari'AIlKXT f.llOMTII OK
/ II'ATIVTA JWAUIMIAT.
Will Vo* I*«•*•»»!it Any <*onnertioti llc
tnoni 4um lri»ir hihI Zap!:l>
i:> i>H{inii. Deny Any Kililrnre- w
TimiMi1 in TorriH»n and t h:hu'*lie i
AsJLed PrM«.
\ikic®.City, Fet». 1.—President
j Mr‘■Bo an«l hi* eaMtiet members n*'*
mlmi that the rebellion bonded bv
! Kmlmito Zanata h*t grown to such
propitious to make It the m ••* for
j nib'ali e mem;nep yet faced by the
! present government. The conduce of
; The chmfittim against the Zapatfaria*
row operating over a wide r-ea. and
the uprising at Juarez was discussed
1 in a *: octal cabinet mating this af
ternoon.
Madero a not wilting to admit the*
the mt*Hnv of the troops at Juarez If
1 dire itv tonnerted with the Ziif»iill»>
tic movement. It was agreed that
(General Orozco and 1*0 men to be
ordered p ken from f'hllinilMta will
lit sufficient to restore order a* tha
l*oint.
Madero regard* the affair an no*
particularly serious sine*, the rebel
lious troops «tr® "fighting under no
specie.! banner.** IT is regarded that
the Importance of the Ineident has
been exagernted. To unofficial 'Tex
1 leo lie wo' r. It looks if the Madero
| cevernn**ni was facia? a eria!*. The
! signIfiernee of the Juarez situation
i Ties in the fact that the revolutionists
j have gained a port entry.
Zapata* nrmv is now operatin'? :n
! th? s'^tcg of MnreTos. Mexico and
Guerrero, and reaches even to the
federal district. Zatmda in an inier
i view pill ll«hed In FI Heraldo says
that Madero violated the "Plan m
San Lute Pctosi,” and he docs not
ttropese to he again ' fooled" by
Madero.
Step* were taken today to plat
\ General Juveneio Po’ ies. now at To
I rreon ill charee of the campaign
acn'nst Zapata. The reported inten
tion of the government to ren ove
the Tormon garri«on has alarmed
*he people of that city bee*use of
the presence of rebels !n that v* un
ity. Ambassador Wilton protct?d
aealnrt the action today, though gov
ernment advices sav there is no dls
-atisf etton at Terreon or Ghihuahua
FI Pjmo. Tv us.- Tf»* tqriiir r/
agreement mi* understood to litvoiv**
h0 pay men. of all :i* riiney due
lie libel -ob'iors for past service*
t aovurr.Ru-i i .*»u jH»r ren' of their
a age*, of |1.8» per bit?/ having been
bold back, an-1 I re iransp rta.lon
for discharged men to their homes
In :he in erior.
Kl Paso. Texas, Feb. 1.—The »»roc
*anr.a'lie i* addressed jo the "Valiant
■const of Chihuahua** and icrit *s how
bey at re a no g the first t sec tail
.he Jf’dero revolution of November
into, to "Overthrow the tyranny
which for nitre than thirty years
Joked with our right*. "We did not
u» H o the revolution" continues
the proclamation " fiat don Francis
co I, Under® might rise t> the pr **l
'er.cy .o exploit the gratitude of a
fan? ic people, but to work out these
-rea*. problem* of : tern mental fa
,orUi: m. which support* an aristoc
racy at the ex tenses of the uia - e*.
EXPRESS COMPANIES
MAY BE PROSECUTED
COMMISSION S ATTENTION CALL
ED to HEAVY OVERCHARGES
Amount of $67*000 Realised by One
Company from Tnat Smirce* At
torney Claims Much of This Was
Refunded to Shipper.
Aasjcisted Press.
Washington, Feb 1.—The prose
cution of express companies for ov
ercharging shippers was indicated
by Commissioner I-tne at the ex
press rate hearing t.iday, to be the
intention, of ith* Interstate Com
merce Commission.
Vr. A Ryan, one of rh» investiga
tors for the commission, presented
figures of one month's examina lo:.
of the business otf the Adams Express
Company, showing $**7,000 In over
charges hid been turned into the
company's treasury.
T 3. Harrison, counsel ror th<
company. explained that re-fund*
wrerf, made to shippers and hat not
more than twenty per cent of the
amount remained in the company’*
treasury.
“Well,* said Ijine. *i» is conclu
sively sli wn that the agents of the
companies themselves do not under
stood the affairs and the regulation*
of the companies. \\\, propose to
prosecute the companies for making
these overcharges.*'
Ryan presented figures showing
that rates in Bur p™ are generally
lower titan in 'he t’nl.ed States.
Representatives of the companies
pointed out tbit the matter of ex
pedition is given greater considera
tion In this country.
and an equitable distribution of
proper f**
President Jlodero Is criticised
e-peelally fr>r installing in offic
Vice P e » i d p n t -Snare*
ar*.*'nst tt»e will of the whole repub
lic.
The proclamation pledges ad her
nce .o the • plan of Ta< ubayo.’ and
declares "the editions of the first
and fifteenth of October are null ami
void, congress is dissolved. Its act>
arc void '
It declares the n> live* of p* ad
herents to be the election to the
presidency of Emilio VanguM Dow
er,* who guarantees us. the country
end all men that he will rompl;
w4tl* me ideals of the la* gloriotti
revolution.*
In comlu.-l n the proclaatRttor
declares "our Intention is not to op
| pose any governors recently elected
and accepted by the governed, but
only against those who remain o
. the former regime. s>-d against Ms
|d“r and his accomplices who
stalled the vice president and against
congress who sanctioned the imposi
tion.*
According to the proclamation r
| new ’•evolutionary Junta will con
sist of llavld de la Fttenle, P Mirti
rot. Dr Poliearpo Rueda Francis
o i I, Duexman and R. Dome* Rnbelo
Back to Federal Control.
Associated Press.
El Paso. Feb *—-Ai 12:-’.0 thb
< Friday t morning Col. Ksradi, the
{deposed military commander of Jus
ire*, received advices fr nt Dovcrnc
Don vale* that an agreement hid
been reached whereby the rebels
would return the control of therit.i
to the federal government.
S!,aip Ski'flushing.
X-s-m la ed Press.
Cuernavaca, 'iiexieo, February 1
—The federal* and .Zapatista* en
gaged in a number of .-.harp akir-,
mishits In the vlclnl.y of Cneruava
ca today withou. materially t hang
ing the situation.
The t:wn of Tonaeeo was raided
today bv Zapatistas.
Bioters in Full Control
.ti? ciated Press.
R| Pjso. Feb. I The leaden; o
the revolt tonight said the ggrrisot
at Casas fSrande* is on it* way to
Juarez :o join the uprising.
(’eneral Omsteo and his men. re
oorted as coming fr m Chihuahua to
quell the outbreak, had not beer
sishjed up to a late hour tonight
The malcontents continue in full
eon• rol of Juarex. although a sem
1 blam e of order ha* been rest'red.
The properly damage in Jpareg is
fsmlmfflrlilly estimated at half a
a
COL BRYAN VISITS
SIS MISSION FARM
GBEAT NEBRASKAN ON ANNUAL
WINTER Tltip TG VALLEY.
Will Spend About a Week There
Hopes tn Escap*' Politics for the
Time. But Probably Wil* Make
Some Speeches in Texas.
Special to The Herald.
Ml sal n. Texas, Feb t.—Cot. and
Mrs. William Jennings Bryan arriv
ed here today and will spend a short
ilme * Hittng their farm near this
'place. Col. Bryan is direct from
bis home In Lincoln, Nebraska, Mrs.
Bryan, who has been spending part
*r the winter In southern Florid*,
having joined him at Corpus Chris I.
To the Herald correspondent t>
day, Col Bryan remarked that he
had nothing to say just now on po
litical matters, but hoped to forget
•MlLie# during his atsjr here.
Col. Bryan has made arrangements
to deliver speeches at Viet ria and
Bay City on his way North, and he
■may speak at corpus also
Col. and Mrs Bryan will probably
-pend about a week hr re.
Witness Is Dead.
Ysaoclated Press.
Fort Worth, Tex., Feb 1. — Ed
vard Throckmorton, who was found
unconscious in a l eal hotel Sunday,
died at 11:10 tonight.
He tv as the principal witness
igainst J. it Sneed, charged with
murdering A. G. Boyce, or for whose
trial a jury is being selected.
The gram! jury today began an
nv»-.trillion into Throckmorion’s
illness, the ntture of which is not
••et determined
A m mem before hi* death Mr.
rhrormorton said to his wife:
•‘Alina, ! have been doped.’
*IG PRICE OFFFRED FOR
SAN BENP'O IBTTDC1 CROP
tneial to The Herald:
San Bin It®. Texas, Feb, 1.— Sfc*
r«. Ponnalee anil laird, w no h«'c a
welve-a-r,. patch of lettu*c oe*r thtai
•lace, have just refu?e<f an offer of
IS'tNI per acre for u» * crop as It
'tands today in the (lelt!, T!»« Ict
ure 1* in fin,, condition and will be
eaady t. market pr« y -ohi.
McMi.nip.al <;oes Hack
* ssoc laird Press.
Indianapolis. Ind . February I.
»rtie K. M*'-Mantgal. the etinfeas.I
iyn imiter. who has been here aer*
\ ra! week*, aiding the federal grand
ury in It* investigation of the al
raged ita’ion w id,, dynamite ■•ons i»
acjr, departed secretly this if ter*
loon for law Angeles, according » *
n announcement of the federal o'*
icials toicght.
He is in custody of Detective Mai
film McLaren.
Died Rich
taaociated Press.
New York, F**h. » A do*' per
onal friend of Edwin Hawley, the
| *etlred railroad magnate, who died
*odav at his home here, eatltna ed
ils personal f rune a> thirty mil
lions.
Another intiamte friend said ee
touhtrd if Hawley hi:.. - if kn.%
'ow much he was worth.
President Cheerful
Aseoetated Press
Washing! n. Feb. I. —. President
Taft returned Washington this
afternoon, cheerful. and appareatly
none the worse for hi* ?'*0d mile
trip to Ohio and bark. Hi* cold is
tiu< h Improved.
Colton Market.
Associated Press.
New Orleans. Feb. I Pol ton u
♦nre* e! fed steady at % net advance
of 17 to 2 4 points. Spots a;e«ly
t-8 up
Cattl1* Market
Associated Pres*.
Kansas Pity, Feb. 2. — Pa-tie.
strong to id cents higher. KStport
steers it.tS to |8.2». Hogs R to Id
cent* lower. Heavies $fi 2d to 22
1-2. Sheep, steady to weak.
On His Way
Associated Pres*.
Mexico Pity. Feb. 1.—Qmm.> and
his men left Phlhiiahtta shortly af
ter noon #or Juarez, ah »anl a '*•*•
cial train.
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SAN BENITO, Jm j
The OEM CITY of the RICH and FERTILE Lower Rio Grande I
Valley I
19 miles north of Brownsville, situated in the
• midst of an exceedingly prosperous farming com
i munity and conceded to be the moat important
i agricultural shipping point on the Houston*
- Brownsville line of the “Frisco" Railway system
| THE PRE-EMINENCE SAN BENITO, »■ a Hty. and It*# nor*
, po,,n<Ha* AGRICULTURAL community, *• a farm In* propoaitlna
over any other torn or section in t^LOWER RIO GRANDE VAL
, LEY. ha!' been established beyond my fear of successful refutation
1 TIu* MARVELOUS growth and ADVANCEMENT o* this
, YEAR OLD City »nd tb* extensive and wonderful DEVELQPFF VT
, of the farm land tributary to the SAN BENITO IRRIGATION CA*
NAL SYSTEM *r the #.,u *e of AMAZEMENT •»<* ASTONISH
► MENT to the VISITOR, oaslly CONVINCING blm that till* is tn«
* PLACE TO LOCATE if he Is desirous of enjoying good beeltb, living
1 *n comfort, se ir y* #tir<e<>ful results from his efforts and ultl
Emately attaining finaneiil INDEPENDENCE. *■ hi. Just reward
and to which he Is entitled.
WE CANT BE TOO EMPHATIC IN OUR CLAIMS.
| Lower Rio Grande Valley, and San Benito in particular. |
has been endowed by Nature with a rich, deep and extremely fertile 1 /
k •*& the productiveness of which is the equal of. if not superior to 1
, Ik* soil of any section on earth and a climate unsurpassed for uni- '
. formily throughout the entire year by any locality on this Conti- '
, nent >
> The« conditions, coupled with our excellent. Reliable Irrigation 1
» Railroad Facilities, complete an ideal and perfect combinn- '
• tion of advantages at San Benito offered by no other agricultural 1
> section in this country
' Inspection and comparison will prove all our statements and
> claims made in this rtgaid
' rhr IRRIGATING CANAL SYSTEM •( SAN BENITO (Gravity) ’
• if* the largest in tb# South and and on# of t'ho largest and moot jp. |
* FICIENT ln operation any a here at tb# present time. Tho main ca
' D*1 ’* mik*» In lecgth, 250 feet In width and carries 20 feet ( /
' w*»er *t all times. There are 15# mile* of lateral canal* and 55# , ^
’ n,iIw of d,t( h< giving a capacity SUFFICIENT to SAT1SFAC- ,
; TORILY WATER »b# fiu.ooo ACRES ached by tbls immense ERI- I
GATIGN SYSTEM- In connection with this our DRAINAGE SYSTEM •
( TEM IS PERFECT.
1 TO MARKET YOUR PRODUCTS SUCCESSFULLY AND IN A *
, SATISFACTORY MANNER IS JUST AS IMPORTANT TO YOU AS '
1 THE PRODUCTION OF YOUR CROPS Here Is where AN BENITO I
, lm® H tremendous ADVANTAGE o***r any other section. In add!- »
, Hon to *t»e “FRISCO” Railway system which traverse* this farming *
, section. In one dir* tion, w# have th- S\v BENITO and RIO GRANDE [
S VALLEY INTERURBAN LINE, now In operation with modern and ■ q
L up.to-date equipment. Thin Hue extends out of the city of SAN
B BENITO 1!" pponite direction and - "\LTU
J RAL COMMUNITY' from END to END within convenient distance
’ H0W CA^ Y0U IMPR VE UPON SUCH AN AR
► RANGEMENT f
• WE NOW HAVE OVER 22.000 ACRES
. UNDER ACTUAL CULTIVATION. EVERY
• ACRE DEMONSTRATING NOT ONLY THE
• FERTILITY OF THE SOIL. BUT THE EF
1 FIOIENCY OF OUR IRRIGATION AND
EFFECTUAL DRAINAGE. AS WELL
Don't ioifpt that here is where the pre-cooling plant is to
' located. There art now only three in operation, two in California
’ snd one in Florida. This will make the fourth in the United State*
SEEING IS BELIEVING. COME LET US SHOW YOU.
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VALLEY UNO FOR SALE OP, EXCHANGE FOR OTHER PROPERTY
g&V N"' - ‘ '■ \ '• '.A\|» ' - miles from
V '■ . I ■ ■ r* X'- -■ > “ , nul Hiar
Wf; ■ 41*
: t ■ * !»«• ’a0,1 around i* in rull'tittol
Price Slot* ,»er •• re. l-« c«:*h. bal 1 year*. ♦» per rent.
HALU.n COLON AZ AI ION CO WAXY, Brownsville, Te*.
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UNANIMOUS COOT
ASKED CY LODGE
TO SET DATE for passage of
TREATIES.
PiofmeH Febrnsfy 29- H'yborn of
1d&,so Object* on Ground That He
Coes Hot Believ* in ‘ Railroading”
BiG* Ttiioajh Senate.
A moe i a t ed Prow.
Washington. February !.—t'Tnani
maat cmwrI wa* asked by Senator
I dge oilay to filling February If
mi the ii.iv* *of voting on iiu» arbiUrie •
ilo*» traettea with Clreat lirHaln and
Fran* e.
•MMtvr ileyburn of Ida ho. howev
er. re fitiied hi* a we at. and Lodge fi
nally withdrew bis rawest, after a
spirited colloquy with Ileyburn. The
latter spoke In general denunelatiou
of what he rharac erl7ed as the pr>
ft* a# ••railroading*’ great quealioit*
through the **nat«.
Immediately after lleybuar !***»»
hi* address all tti4» democratic waa*
to*** except Martin of New Jersey,
absented themselves fro® the cham
ber. as did many republicans
Noticing the many meant etiair*,
Ileyburn announced that he Intend- i
cd to speak at length before the close
of the debate, "even if he had to
speak a solo.'*
lautge gavt, n ■ lie* that he would
aik. for a vote Monday, If no a* mi or
»H prepared to speak.
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