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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 3 January 1908

Ssfs# i Am iW, SS )L. XX CORPUS CHRIST1, TEXAS, FRIDAY, J,! it! Hp ' HACK DRIVER IS ARRESTED SASStN OF CLEARY ilsSi ON ASERIO!?* CHARGE AT REDO TODAY. Comptroller Ridgely Makes An Optimis- OFFICERS AM) HANGERS WORK- 1 Mi OS THE CASK. Í c Statement for Press. the mm •; $ TRIED TO HELP A JAP" THE THEORIES ARE MANY j Get Aero the River, But Wu Ap. But Nono of Them Have Afforded the ANIC IS PASSED prebendad by Detective* mid Arrested. Ottlcm Any Aiuil t«uce in Their Efforts to tunnel Mystery, cuper.it n Will Follow With Probably Some Mor Failures: Praises the Financiers. # . . _ Laredo, Texas. Jan. 2 — Detectives; The mysterious assassination ot He V1Vv lit a Period Oi Readjustment and Re- a hack driver here today John D. Cleary. tax assessor Duval ' ' "" 'h0 ",,rlou8 ""J" •' •"><««" « county, whit* ocewM I,, 8«o Dl Japanese across the border from j Mexico. The arrest was made as KO on h riiiAy ul«ht' *>*C*mbar 20th, Í the hackman drove off the bridge bft8 1)0£"u lll<í topfo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 3 January 1908

ctiriit! in life. Faithfulness hath ward—snoetly on RITV I AND NOW h bad po'BWl «' <° him ,he aod in fa,:t' T ' , J, BUY LAUD NOW. J, p^uion of Corpo. .favor of hwrtinabl. value by 4.- , r*™,! th,. man. it MtodlMrt fMting him for the mayoraltj "t jwever. re" daily ne appeared a (MWMWtMWWWWt ForSakJJ^! One Liberty lob Press, 7xU One Rosback Perforator One Binder's Paper Cutter Also, other Printing Material, all in good condition. Address CALLER OFFICE From the size crowd and their eagerness you would never know that there was a financial stringency, As Rivers and liar also is where he can Som« men like to boast of how wicked and how devilish they have been. Ten to one they never kiss- ed a Houbrette in their lives. Five wards will fleet new alder- men next spring. What are you doing to secure a good candidate for alderman in your ward! fc ~of ,hc £1 22£L" -.¿r™;\xa)s;iTZ advikiug if tiont of the. emit produotag are a.-,-ntuat,,l that at or toth_n. — . ... ¿¿mi invest their .urpln....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 3 January 1908

P«p0 s ■' J BOULWEEVDLS V , : Father FotstoDt- ve Pest Found. IM W L r1'' II Mi. 29 of ihe Biologic- ider the department agricultural depart- ts a valuable report gat ion of birds tha t otton boll weevil, this report. 43 spe- tive birds have been on the destructive ie list being as fol- bird, crested fiy- o, olive sided tly- flycatcher, least fly- bird, red-winged low lark, western chard oriole, Bal- bullock oriole, •ird, great-tailed graekle, savanna sparrow, whit«v field sparrow, ml, pyrrhuloxia, dickoissel. purple dlow, bank swal- w, yellow war- I BIG STOCK ISSUE Authorized at fleeting of Canadian Pacific Directors. „• h). •« mm? «• oitii.. irnvv* lamk üiru sv ti Montreal, Dec. 30.-—A special meeting of the Canadian Pacific shareholders was held here today to authorize the issue of $28,320,- 000 additional stock, which will be offered to the shareholders at par. The authorization of the sale of this stock at the present time is in keeping with the poli- cy of the road in providin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 3 January 1908

^ I 0iisf%ÉÍ$É^Hi,('® W1 rite*'! il by Company $2.00 Per *«r the Corpus Christ i Culler hhall dedicated. In return for its labor THE LAW IS A FAILURE DEER SEASON CLOSED FOUND DEAD IN Tl and . , 4- irVEMLK CIUMINAL8 WILL ME yi'OUTMMAX WAS all it expects 1 the eo-operaMon ot HKXT TO jail. IIV A I^AltOE TANTALIZED ELIJAH WALKER DIED BITK. DAYLIGHT. 3, 555= — i the people of Corpus Christ! and South went Texas whom it purpOKea to help. X X X X X TO PONDER. While it is doubtless a little too to make any acriolla tjuggentions tendency to disturb the é spirali< County Judge Anx-rouui I Tlrwl states That Dt*r tl*«%t- Ik-coim Wise- Artel tu Examiiutiinii of Lecturing Tin* —Some Very io Provision* of the Cíame the EvamiUfiji Declare Hud Boys. L.'i«. Resulted from Apop!exy. Houston, Texas, Jan. 1.—Ju- Hunters who went out for duck • I /«• 1 . .... ¡II U<-• AVtf f/t ... J - i I dni) Wednesday at 7 o'clc spirit and custom of tin t,)tltí^ney m ,|l(íturp jno aspirations oí rtumiutue* un |7mR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 3 January 1908

mm . 5 JESlSÍÉÍÉl^ÉE ■WMiMPi [■ Wholesale and Retail Groceries!! HRY HND GR7ÍIN. — WELLS-FARGO CHANCE i'f WITTS BECOMES MANAGER OI IA K'Ali EXl'HESS OFFICE. ELLIS SHOMWO DEER CONGRESSMAN ENJOYED FINE SPORT AT KINO RANCH. THE TEACHERS' LIHKAHY. County Superintendent Benton Ha* Start of Man)" Volume . WM Hus the ¡liarle* Coleman, Manager fur a Number t l Years, Will Ketiiulu in Corpus Chrlitl. n Mr. Pat H- Watts today became t. local agt'iil of the Wells-Fargo lxi>r 'SH company at Corpus Chr!sti. fhili Mr. Jame Clark succeeded Mr. /aun as cashier in the office here. jr Charles K. Coleman resigned his ¡jifition uiul was checked out on the idling of December 31. Mr. Coleman, the retiring official, [as been in charge of the local agen- for the past nine years, and dur- jg that time he has won the esteem ail through his accommodating ¡mi pleasant manners. During his bcumbeney in office he has been the lirect cause of the promotion of sev- ral young men whom lie employed the olllce as c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 3 January 1908

fiipfcflpS, 11 iKiSli 'N> I® W.:j —~ «TOS recent- derk of the lie. la in to make his Mr. O'Leary, who la an ax- man tn the transportation has bean appointed as of the Corpus Chrlsti Naviga- company, succeeding Mr. T. B. j1^f¡v ¡r' company now has the large iary schooner Katie M. plying here and Galveston In e of Capt. Will Anderson, and ou her last trip made the run from Gorpu to Galveston and return In and one-half days. B«'bH<'h the Kutie M. It is the pur of the navigation company to pnt other vesisels In the trade, and with this end lu view they are now negotiating for another large schoon er for this line. It 1m the Intention to establish a fleet between here and Galveston that will be able to handle all kinds of froiuht. not only for Corpus Ghrla- ti, hilt for the country in nil direc- tion ¡'row hero. In a moat expedi- tion manner, putting at least two schoiMifrit' a week Into thl« port. As aoon an the business grow to that proportion whuii- II will be Jus- tl!hil>l&l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 3 January 1908

Increase in Crop. Sao Antonio G&tette. Boy Campbell, sales manager of the Texas Onion Growers' asuoeia- reports that the increase in lion acreage this year will he about ten per cent. The ad- ditional acreage is nearly all in the Laredo and coast country. The onion growers last year had a most successful season and the outlook next year is also very bright. There are few agricultu- ral crops so intelligently cultivat- ed and marketed as the onion crop and as a result there are few crops which give such a large re- turn on the investment. Proper cultivation of the crop requires a very considerable capi- tal and for that reason only men of means are able to engage in its cultivation. This, as much as any other reason, has prevented an in- crease in the acreage. The transplanting of the crop south of San Antonio has been about completed. The weather has been ideal for the crop and the indications are that there will be an average, if not more than an average, harvest. North of San ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 3 January 1908

• ' if'"- A. M. I I ■■ ■ & SONS ANNOUNCE THEIR CASH CLEARANCE SALE SALE CLOSES Saturday, Jan. AT 10:30 P. NO CONTINUANCE SEVEN DAYS' CLEARANCE SALE characterized by our usual zu per c m. reu £ lines and still greater reductions on small lots, broken sizes, short lengths, etc On January 1 J.n eíin takhifí inventory and to reduce stock we adopt logical clearance methods-REDUCTIONS. On a natron Xays a patron is our creed. Our reductions are always bona fide. You can come here a, fu fiUmenTof eve?y promise. We publish actual bargain news-not promises of reductions that Sot actual rXce prices You owe it to yourself to make comparisons and see for yourself where the ac af reductions are made—where the real money saving opportunities exist. Our goods are always marked pl¿n figures. You can see that reductions are real. All goods in our regular stocks will be sold at a urutó reduction of 20 per cent, and hundreds of articles, including broken lots, short lengths, odds and ends, discon- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 January 1908

m m, 'v • " V-.".' ' ' feJ. . Jlii V . ■ , . V ' ' ' • IklL^Sw ll'fwy ■ i\ ■ m wm m m W- ' X"X-\r ^ÜR ,i I M! :' jg£ ~ ?#•- HMKc ffiSl BP, M—.J r f 5 •, - ?i 1 ■ ! , SIMS IW ||«| t . ' . : ■ ••, ^ ..: :^:a ■ ' 1',: >:• C0EPU8 CHRISTI, TEXAS, FRIDAY, f-' V.'rííA.' ',V.V^ it£?H y ■■ ■■■« Jiv HANDSOME, MODERN THEATER BUILDING Mm siFní to Hit* till Build- ing Rudy For Ooospincj i • Tlai For Fill Smim. i MOVE TO THAT END TODAY INTRODUCIS BILL ASKING FOR SURVEY OF FOOT CHANNEL FROM ARANSAS PASS TO WHARVES OF THIS CITY "Corpus Chrlstl will have a mod- iern theater building ready for occu- MSMAN GARNER MAKES DECISIVE ferHHrS and have It completed in time for the opening of the fall theatrical Reason, and 1 feol confident that we will succeed," atated Architect R. L. 2R Piefee to a Caller representative this | morning. | Mr, Pierce had Just completed all arrangements for tho construction of the Seaside Hotel Annex. "1 conferred with a number of business man yesterday on the thea- ter buil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 January 1908

'í'"': -"'fe :.'>';'.''.k: 1 :. . - ,. ^1 ,' j. i ! ■ 1 *• «*c«itd-clsa ie th RDPE. w ii. :..;'':;^:W''^,;^Í'?í'".;,I.'¡Í^'J Commission has issued an jence of officials of the ve- vj)ü Htate in Austin on .Jan. ]4th to passenger fare charged by Texas rail- should not be reduced from three to tw9 half cents a mile. ■ is not interested in the business of the cares not a whit whether or not Wall 3W* _„.ablers make one per cent on the millions „„cy havo invested in Texas railroads, but it is in- terested in the transportation problem, realizing full well that in most cases transportation must precede production. It appreciates the necessity for efficient transportation in Texas and knows that the State s development will be seriously retarded if the system of transportation is not maintained at a reasonable degree of efficiently. It believes that anything which will tend to decrease the capabilities of that system will result with injury to the welfare of the State. The question for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 January 1908

¡BIS!® jY CORPUS JAMES F. BROWN DIED Al * • clock after as ill- OF M VE DAVH. \\ ¡ \ <rj Popular iu L. id to Kt*t uoou. Iu Corpi Tilla Al UN Christi. After* SOME IMPROVEMENTS FOR COHPl'B CHK1ST1 IN OF NBW DWELLINGS. WAY Member of a New H*al Estate Firm Hit Homethlug to Say. \; * í nine days of intense suf- t ng with pneumonia, Mr. Jas. y. Brown, secretary of the Sid- tnrx l umber Co., died at 3 o'clock this morning at the home of Mrs. Maggie Roberts, on Cha- r.ari al btreet, where he had been larding for several months. Ii.h hhafht indisposition that ¡ emied his brief illness did not <:ííu.«.' • '!>' uneasiness on the part i' Mr. Brown and his friends un- tu early on Thursday morning, h . 26th. when he awoke suffer- aij; with what soon developed to be pneumonia. Friends were •> n summoned and they did all j ut could be done during his illness to elieve his suffering. Hi; father, F. F. Brown, broth- er t; d sister, of Valasco, were called and arrived Sunday after nooi The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 January 1908

>\"1i v >')'. ' a . * jiíT'^Jp u ■ ™ BW« Kiill E OALUBE, , • Sí'¿ V- i T" «-i; 4-^•"''••• *• '■!' Í )ay, january 10, 1908 tISTI /ixlLL! Company $2.00 P*r yMf Tom*. «* ay 10,1908. oitv PAIITril UFFTIMP "" i"-'' ™ c<"'"dl """,he """"LANDS PASS CITY COUTCIL MllTINu. of the comml'tee ou water word . The rejiort was accepted, and wat WOX SI IT IX I. 8.' ALGO I .A? has been on the front seat ever since, driving the horses ttiout of the time. Now he has taken the im- portant step, done the thing that must he done before The r.gu)ar ,UOuthly meeting oí f0l|0Wfl: the project hail be pushed to a nueee* dul conelusion ^ council v an held last night (,f water Work* Committee. - • — introduced a bill HskiiiK for n survey of a twenty, jM ih# U{}. haU Mayor surest. Al- To tlu, Fri^eat and stockholder of Fifty- "- TftowMu «|gat Water Supply live foot channel from Aransas pass, through Turtle! dwrm4,n (JrHg0i . Ev«rhart. Downey, cove to the wharves of Corpus Christi. Grim, Onion, it«uthenge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 January 1908

ill liVU'T 11 ' liliII■■!■■■ Ill & tí w-: é á mt I s- :\W' Wholesale and HHY IKM Retail Gro< GRAIN. AX KlUTOli COMING ES From tin- Kro«!« North to Spend Several Weeks. Manager Hopkins or the Seaside received a letter this morning from Editor J. T. Murphy of Superior, Wis., making the announcement that he would arrive In Corpus Christi ¡E tin latter part of January or early ii February with his family, and that he will spend several weeks here. Mr. Murphy is the editor of the 10\ening Telegram at Superior and in member of the Associated Press. Men like Mr. Murphy who, after so- journing here a few weeks and then jro home saturated with the live Southwest Texas spirit and talk {'(trough the columns of their news- papers about what they have seen :¡il what the future has In atoro, are iasi bringing Corpus Chrlstl and this ■ • on to the front and keeping it in the minds of the people. PERSONAL MENTION. !, í " 'Ii, í triéis m tm " , L KilMH rr,„A I WO LOCAL BRIEFS. Mr. H. \V. Scha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 January 1908

— _ sil j Ellis of 9 liity, b meuiuer of the and Harbors committee in it several <*m*w ... 011 a t0Ur of inspection, was, together with his estimable wife, the honored ^uest at a banquet at the Sea ¡ER STREET NEB IN THK OOKFtW OHSISTI CALLEA TKWkl, JAKPA Y 10,1808 CO. jUPT. BENTON TALKS VOl.VGKH SOCIETY. lock Laid Out for and .Manufactur- ing Hites. lo je; Mr. and Mm. F. L. Earner of Co- lumbus, O., are sojourning in the city. Mr. H. A. Paine of Houaton, a leading business man, is in Corpus hrlBti. Miss Nellie Lowday or San Auto- ('OM)IKSTS li'ON ISTERVIKW WITH PKRM. KAGHDALK. , Music- Mud Game# Enjoyed at Home „f Mr. a. ú Mr... Uuun. Mr. aud Mr . Thomas B. Dunn en- PAIN'TKKH ELECT Affairs of Union in,) ,.,U( ditlun—Member ployeti. Says Teachers of This and Adjoiningj , i. t attained a few couples of the young-1 p . . 11 • • . Couutie* oppose Ragttdaie , , , rainters Union No. {•inn, HP *r B0C,ety "et la#l 15lg at meeting Thursday nipht* tiful homo on the Bluff in honor of fleers...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 January 1908

mm iffpss ipipii •«. ISPIRING SPEECH IIVERED AT COMMERCIAL CLUB ROOMS YESTERDAY AfTERNOON Wgmmmmm . must our IT ONLY DECLARES HIS FRIENDSHIP FOR CORPUS CHRISTI DUT ASSERTS HE WILL BE R HER CHAMPION IN CONGRESS IS . u a generous gathering of the jlzens of Corpus Cbristl which fill- the rooms of the Commercial ib to overflowing late yesterday lernoon, Congressman Edgar C. i Jis of Kansas City, Mo., and'mem- ot the Rivers and Harbors Com- Ittoe In Congress, delivered what la characterised by all who heard ao the beet speech ever made In jrpuB Chrlstl. ■Mr. Ellis had been In the city just J wowk, having come here as the ptted guest of the Commercial ib with a view to securing his In- vest in CorpuB ChriBti's deep water jject, and the meeting held yes- hlay was called that the citizens jght. meet and talk with him be- je his departure for Washington |t night. That Mr. Ellis' visit to the city was Itirely sucessful from a Corpus Jrlati point of .view and that he is and always will be the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 10 January 1908

tk ¿WK' *■: WHKLY 00HPG8 OBBISYI OALIXB, TODAY, JAMPABY 10, 1808. sal I feat mm - lis k)IflNITA CMU NAT'L UNION Every Stuto From Virginia to Texa* Is Represented at Convention oí Cotton Planters. Memphis, Ton .. Jan. 7.—Wfaat la probably the largest and most. rep- resentative gathering of cotton plant- ón over hold assembled in t hi city today at the -opening of the annual meeting of the National Farmer ' Educational and Co-operative Union. The delegate present at the opening numbered several thousand and rep- reaented every State of the South, from Virginia to Texan and from Missouri to Florida. The States particularly well represented were ArknnHaH, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama aud Texas. Much Important business Is to be transacted at the meeting and It will probably be the end of the week before the sessions end. Reports are to bo received showing the growth and progress of the co-op- erative movement among th«* farm- ers. These reports are of it most gratifying character,:.||...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 January 1908

— — — TBj _ i )LUME XXV. Wm !;j;J % ifil wffi «. CORPUS CHRISTI, | i f _____ IT. JANUARY IT, 1MM. I ° ■ ■ ■, " csSSSSB msgmm TO BEGIN WORK ONTHE PASS BIO DBEDtiE LEFT GALVESTON FOR RlH'KPORT. IE CITY HAS BEEN REBUILT WITHIN PAST TWO AliA HALF YEARS INDREDS OF THOUSANDS Of DOLLARS EXPENDED AND DEING EXPENDED IN BUSINESS STRUC- TURES--HANDSOME RESIDENCES. PART OF COASTAL CANAL And In Hanie Branch as the Pass Ca- baile Work-Begin Thin Week. |«lnce Corpus Christ! Is among the It^r and earlier settled towns In Jxas.and sln«e this is well known roughout the United States, the lople now coming here from all farters as a rule expect to find a |y of small adobe buildings or tod en shacks, and they experience fnothing of a revelation when they an old, but yet a new city. Corpus Christi has been practical- built within the past three years. Prhe individual who left Corpus Iristl prior to three years ago and ko returns today—and there are Imbers of such instances—does not |ow the place. drive t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 January 1908

'•: 'iffl i- ■ "''■ -mmmtrnm WMKLY OOBPUe OHBIKI OAUJKt in 1 -"" ' JAKUABY 17,1MB ooai'ug OUim. MP ANTONIO S ÍOOT ||[j|\| jJRf [) ^jUKI Corpus CM0. Twsw, « M^'wid-a*** n Cons , JAUUAHY 17, 1008. RIGHT MAW" fOR MAYOR the Cqtpm C'rowy give whitílt íh excellent: people oi' t'orpus Clirmti should t>« %j> Aiitopio. tli. metropolis of ih<- Urn bur nílll AP^! MORF ¡átate, wwutn deep water at Curpu- £kri ti end her UvLLrtlIÜ l""IVL tfitÍMU wol ««fe 4" " .vil"W i . II""-1- -- cWwitw* >« BfcUI* «*«*«. « '•> *' ,"u tu «wi l ÚI **lliw tto ««.-«two H'i""' , , HA build the port ,,tl" '' * WIUREQUiM SIX YLARS IN EIGHHÍN M s'Twt* Mí IWvmíuí. He Mojm \o Complex ti* Job—«u«tí l y tUupt Al Philadel- phia. fu-n mayor U' the nuiii Sha doesn't coin« out oil ** iaj . . , &£^;U¡ ottl -I y ur priva,*, ; powerful mu. . ■ gjt *. If~* .. . .i . !■ • I : ;I,..i. , Antonio w ji'Uui Uilí I vitíWH of muny pro« iue t citizens ol that city on •that subject and is llftp^v to be able Lo swty to the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 January 1908

Y OOKFTO OHRIBTI QAIX1E. TODAY. Ji «TOHRUN PREDICTS A WAR BBTWHKX THE WHITE ASO YILLOW RACES OF THE WOK LI) INE WITNESS TESTIFIED THAT HE SAW lilt MEXICAN EIRE THROUGH WINDOW HE URGES PREPARATION f k nO FAVORABLE REFOR' OVER THE Should Spend Fifty Million on Navy An* Dually for NVxt Ten Years. BANKS ARE LOOSENING And Hip Wheel of Industry are llegln nlriR to Revolve—Printer* Making Money. Chic moat importan a long period. A completo schedule of tho «mat and wwt bound transcon tinental tariff , In accordance with j ha ve of tho ITHER WITNESSES TESTIFIED THAT THE SHOT WHICH KILLED JUDGE WELCH MUST HAVE BEEN FIRED THROUGH WINDOW - DEFENSE IS ALIBI ... Cabrera, charged with the [iiidon of District Judge Welch at Klo Lratlde City In November, 1906, was remanded without bail by Judge Hopkins at the conclusion of the ha- itt'íis corpus hearing at itlo Grande i it y Saturday. The prisoner was |>rum;ht back to Corpus Chrlstl yes- ierdity morning by Sheriff Mike jtVrlght and Deputy Sheriff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 January 1908

CHRIST! CALLER PubUthta by Publishing Company *1.00 Per Year FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1908 ; • ''<> V 'Ji JANUARY from Mexico to the United State . The long over-jTUC |)[(j(J[§J IN TEXAS land railroad haul from Southern Mexico I out ot j g — the question. In one-third the time the product of that section can be landed on the coast of Texas. but heretofore we hate been hampered by laek ot |?roo* tallforola U Bark ofthe good harbors." 'M . i lerpl*- Seedlings and Corpus Christ i certainly till every requirement, Tree- Ordered. BEE COtNTTO OBAJítfE FEOPOSI TIOJÍ IS BOOMWtí. PERSONAL MENTION. L. WADE {PAMKD AWAY IN THIH AFTEH? IkhI riown in the foregoing statement. It is T¡!' SBlSBBWii . nearnt powibk United State, port to Mi-iico. '"j*1(¡,¿¿«8 tlmt Bee county Ck«« «■"> ^^SSTÍMwSt Moreover, thr,.ui<li it mo«t of lie territory b "<e ¡B l0 have the biggestorange Mr «oí Mr.. du.t H «, Jr.. and | .'hone ' , . WBnl 0# MiMsissipni river can be reached quicker,grove in Texas. F. (>...

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