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I Thursday, Mav 5, 1910. EL PASO HERALD
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Just among ourselves, there is
only one place in El Paso to
buy Shoes where you get the
QUALITY and DISTINCT
IVENESS of. style which a
well dressed woman demands,
and that is
The Quality Shoe House"
Mayor Callaghan Is Against It and Refuses to Extend
Common Courtesies to Visiting Mayors Called
There to Speak in Behalf of the Com
ment has don for their respective
citites. The largre hall tvos crowded to
the doors and the best of order pre
vailed. It had been predicted that the
Callaghanites would be at the meeting :
to "take charge of it." but if they were
in the cro-wd they kpt their identity i
well concealed. It is evident that may
or Callaghan is using his head in this
San Antonio, Tex., May 5. There Is
enough enthusiasm here to bring com
mission government under the wire an
easy winner, but the one question Is
"How -many of these enthusiasts have
paid their poll taxes .nd are qualified
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figuring on coming In strong at the game and does not propose to make
finish. He has all of his supporters any "bad breaks."
lined up and root a single one of them That mayor Callaghan refused to ex
is without his poll tax receipt. Ail of lend the visiting mayors Rice and Da
these will count at the polls. Can the i vis the courtesies due them upon their
commission advocates say as much? j arrival in the city is regarded as a
Mayor Callaghan says "no," and there l piece of stubbornness on the part of
you are, for he ought to know. He Is j the mayor, which he will have reason
too old a campaigner to go into a fight to regret, according to the opposition.
not fnllv convinced that his powder is i But that is Callasrhan all over. If he
Tiie Garden Spot of the MesiHa Valley
AVKAT AX ACRE IX THE IIESILXA
YxlLLEY CAN PRODUCE WITH
GOOD WATER RIGHTS LIKE
THOSE SOLD WITH
GARDEN GROVE TRACTS.
Alfalfa, ?150 to ?330 per acre.
Apples, peaches, pears and other
fruits $400 to $1000 per acre.
Onions $300 to $1500 per acre.
Cantaloupes $150 to $300 per acre.
Chili $75 to $200 per acre.
Sweet Potatoes $150 to $500 per acre.
And all garden vegetables, etc, pro
duce equally as much.
5 ACRE GARDEN AND CHICKEN RANCHES
Located under the best ditch system, close to town, on Main County Eoad.
All of the Tract is Now Planted to Alfalfa, 5 Acres
Tfie Price of These Tracts Are Only
FOE THE SENATE
Platform Is the Democratic
Party and Municipal
"I am a Democrat" Hoffman, other
wise known as A- Hoffman, preacher
and lawyer, has the distinction of be
ing the first to announce himself as a
candidate for the state senate on the
.platform of municipal ownership of
water works for the city of El Paso.
Hoffman is distributing cards with
his likeness on the front and a state
ment of his candidacy on the "back. His
Lame shoulder is asxriost Invariably
caused by rheumatism of the muscles
and yields quickly to the free applica
tion of Chamberlain's Laniment. This
liniment is not only prompt and effect
ual, but in no way disagreeable to use.
Sold by all dealers.
announcement states that he is a candi
date for membership In tho senate of
the state of Texas for the 25th district
and that his platform is that of the
Democratic party of the state of Texas,
the best interests of all 'the district and
the municipal ownership of the El Paso
water works. His brief but pointed
statement of facts closes with the state
ment: "I am a Democrat."
Claude Hudspeth, present senator and
candidate for reelection. Is not showing
any undue anxiety over the candidacy
TI3IBER3IAN WEDS AT
ARTESIA; RAIX FAILS.
Artesla, . 2tL, May 5. E. B. Kemp
and Miss Nannie Ross, of Artesia, were
married at pie home of judge Atke
son. Mr. Kemp is a member of the
Kemp X,umber company, and Miss Ross
fhrpfi vpars. ripfnsr pmnlftvarl hv tl-ia)
First National bank. Mr. and "Mrs
feniB have srone to the -norih-n-esr on n
I Vrfr?nl Ti-mr
The first rain of the season has
fallen. Almost a half inch.
not wet, ana ne is matting aai 01 ms
In the meantime the commission gov
ernment idea Is gr&TIng and it is
bound to carry, but if it will carry
at the -next election is a question that
remains to be answered. "The man who
does the loudest shouting is not the
man with the biggest vote." is the way
mayor Callaghan sizes up the situation,
while he is quietly wording along, say
ing nothing and sawing wood.
The commission people are making, a
lot of oise and there are a great
many of them. They are In the ma
jority by nearly two to one and In
cluded among them are the best peo
ple of San Antonio.
A meeting at Beethoven hall was ad
dressed by mayor Rice, of Houston, and
inayor Davis of Fort "Worth, both of
whom told in an Interesting manner the
good the commission form of govern-
does not regard a person as welcome to
his domain he will not hesitate to let I
him know it. He had iully intended to
have mayor Rice, of Houston, as his
guest, he says, but after the oomrais-
sion committee called upon him and j
requested him to call an election the
mayor's Ire was aroused over the haste
the committee showed and the welcome
for Houston's chief executive was out
of the question. But he came just the
same and so did mayor Davis, of Fort
"Worth, and they were given a royal re
ception by the Commission Government
They made a hit with the people of
San Antonio, and if one-half of them
who are shouting "hurrah for a com
mission government" have their poll
tax receipts to show at the election
polls mayor Callaghan's goose -is cook
ed. 'They'll have to show mull,' says
TERMS ARE-$200 Bows and Balance to Suit Buyer on Any Tract
NO INTEREST, TAXES OR MORTGAGE.
Is the best located land for garden and chicken ranches in the world famous
Mesilla Valley, and a 5 acre tract in Garden Grove is the best possible place to
invest your money or for a home.
Don't Delay-Come and See It Before They Are AH Sold
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Edison Grand Opera Records 75c to S2.00
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Declares tlie 'Man Is Placed
Above the Party in That
State; Republicans Select
f "Washington. D. C, May G. Declaring
that his state of Oregon has evolved
"the best form of popular government
that exists in the -world toay," senator
Jonathan Bourne, jr., Republican, to
day defended the election by the Ore
gon state legislature of his Democratic
colleague, senator Chamberlain.
He characterized it as "the highest
kind of evidence of the efficacy of the
law." After outlawing the contest Mr.
"At the general election in June
senator Chamberlain defeated Mr Cake
i QGtyritnstanding the state was over- ,
whelmingly Republican, tnereby devel
oping from the Democratic candidate j
into xne peoples cnoice ior unitea
States senator. The normal Republican
majority in Oregon, I think, is from
13,000 to 20,000,
Tribute to Chamberlain.
"With full recognition of governor
Chamberlain's ability and fitness for
the office, the fact that for nearly
six years he made the best governor
Oregon ever had, and considering that
undoubtedly he is the most popular
man in our state, I deem it but just to
the law and
of enemies of
party lines and integritj', to state that
in my opinion senator Cnamberlain re
ceived the votes of several thousand
Republican, enemies of the law who
believed that in selecting governor
Chamberlain, a Democrat, they would
j prevent a Republican legislature from
ratifying the people's selection.
"Thus they hoped to make the pri
mary law and statement number one
odious and sought to create what they
thought would be an impossible condi
tion by forcing upon a Republican
legislature for confirmation the popu
larly designated Democratic candidate
for United States senator.
The People's Choice.
the ballot of everv individual elector
in Oregon, and to eliminate dominance
of corporate and corrupt influences in
the administration of public affairs.
"The Oregan laws mark the course
that must be pursued before the
wrongful use of corporate powers can
be dethroned, the people restored to
power and lasting reform seenred.
They insure absolute government by
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Grand Opera Concert
Hear Caruso in "Aida"
Hear Melfca in ". "Faust"
Hear Oogorza in . . '. "Carmen"
Hear Farrar in "Manon"
VICTR0LA CONCERT '
TOKIGrHT, 7:30 O'CLOCK.
NOTE: BRING YOUR REQUEST NUMBERS.
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
Music Boom, 103 El Paso St.
BLOCK SR8S., Props,
ANGELUS & & WORKS
DhAR. iJCU zeiO. n.J!-,J TL..1 bij .. r.i
i une Ah4s 1658 uranium insdigf stezg., upp9 Piaza
That last year's spring suit can be made to look like new- Prices reasonable.
Gloves cleaned second tonone. Satisfaction guaranteed.
islatlve assembly that an effort to
repeal the initiative and referendum
wculd be overwhelmingly defeated. No
effort has been attempted.
To Destroy Machine.
"Plainly stated, the aim of our law
Is to destroy the irresponsible political
machine and put all elective offices in
the state in direct touch with the peo
ple as the real source of authority; in -re-ith the longest purse has the advant-
short, to give direct and full force to j age because the litigation is drawn out.
they would be getting, as the ennaren
say, 'pretty warm in reaching a sub
ject that will bear fulj discussion, and
upon which we shall have to have very
"We have got to arrange it so that
cases are decided promptly, I am bound
to say that the United States courts are
not models in this regard, but all courts
may have to be reformed in this re- ,
Addresses Farmers. j
Earlier in the day the president made I
i a speech on the Panama canal at a ban
quet of the Commercial cIud and ad
dressed the farmers union convention
on the subject of conservation.
After the Business Men's league
"luncheon, the president visited both the
big league baseball games. He went
first to the National league park, where
he saw the St. Louis Cardinals start out
in the first inning with a lead of five
runs over the Cincinnati Reds. He next
was whirled to the American league
park where he saw several close inninfjs !
played bv the St. Louis Browns and the j
Cleveland team. At both places the pres- j
ident got a rousing greeting from the
Guest of Traffic Club.
The president last night, as the guest
of the Traffic club of St. Louis, referred
St. Louis, Mo., May 5. President j to the railroad legislation pending at
Las Cruces, New Mexco, Offices on Main Street, Between the Two Banks.
. : " i .
I have studied the question sufficiently
to express views on this particular pro
vision, but I am afraid those men
who are most emphatic in thinking that
that is tho easiest solution of the ques
tion, that these men who come
from the interior Trill find tnemselves i
the same position as that son of Brin
who sat on the limb and sawed it off.
"I do not feel tnac I can. go further
because I have no authoritative advlca
as to just what form the proposed
as proper to the criticism j Completes HlS WesteiTl Trip
' the law that it destroys -17 -,.-,
ana starts J5aeK tor tne
Taffs trip to the middle west ended
here Wednesday and he left late last ,
night for Washington, wnere he Is
scheduled to arrive early Friday morn
ing. The apparent warmth of the "recep
tion here seemed to affect the presi
dent and when at the luncheon of the
Business Men's leacue late in the aft
ernoon, nresident Walker Hill praised
They failed to realize that greater him for appointing Messrs. Lurton and
First National Bank
United States Depositbry'
Capital and Surplus, $60000000
OFFICERS AMD DH2ECTOBS:
W. W. TUBNEY, Cbamoaa.
JOSHUA EA"S3?0LDS, Presidect.
James G. McNarv, Vice-Resident. Walter i. Bmtfer, Afc. OmMk
Jdo. M- B&yralds, Vke-Fresident. Frauds B. GoBafbv Ami. Onwwr
EDOAB W. KATSER, OasMer.
Assets - -
Washington and said he was not suf
ficiently informed of the situation to
discuss in detail. In part he said:
WE SOLICIT YOUE BANKING BUSINESS
than party, and infinitely greater than
any individual, the people's choice
becomes a representative of the prin
ciple and of the law and that the Intel
ligence and Integrity of the whole elec
torate of the state, as well as the in
tegrity and loyalty of the members of
the legislature, were at stake. The
mere intimation of the possibility of
the legislature falling loyally to obey
the Instructions of the people would
only be an insult to the intelligence
and independence of the Oregon elect
orate." He declared the primary system to
be preferable to the old convention
plan, largely because It protected the
people against boss rule.
"Results at-.ained under direct leg
islation in Oreeon." he said, "compare
so favorably with the work of a leg-
HE ever increasing popularity
of the Bitters proves its value.
For over 56 years it has given sat
isfaction in cases of Stomach and
Bowel troubles. Try a bottle of
PredHcea thick, luxuriant hair rica all
other remedies fnll. We srearaate
Dauderine. All UruaRlsti., 25c, 58c auti
1, ur Mead this Ad rrith 10c (xtaxup or
liver) for a larce lre uxapl.
KNOWLTOJf DAADERlXiB Ct,
CM esx. XJlfaala.
Xadlot JUL yer vrugglu tog .
1'llkt la .' tad VM4. Betallfe
boxes. seJed vKh Bloc Ribbon.
years knovs as Bat, Sefet. Ahrays Re2i&bU
LiDi5 BXMHJGQISIS ESmW
Hughes to the supreme court, Mr. Taft
launched into a speech paying his re
spects to Mr. Bryan for his reported
criticism of governor Hughes. He de
cried the "cant of the demagogue" and
the '-disposition of public journals" to
make unjust charges against men in
"The constitution of the United
States," said the president, "was made
by the people of the United States and
we have a popular and representa
tive government; but the people who
framed the constitution realized that
in order to secure the best government
they must impose limitations upon
themselves that would impose ob
structions to sudden emotional move
ments of the people.
"And so it was that in the division
of power, they created a legislative
branch, an executive branch and a
judicial branch; and in that constitu-
tlon they gave to the supreme court
and the subordinate tribunals to be
established by congress, certain powers,
which, interpreted by Marshall and those
who followed him, anake that court
unique in the tribunals of the world.
Supreme Court Sacred.
"To me, a lawyer, the supreme court
of the United States is the most sacred
thing that we have in this government
and the appointment of men to that
bench Is the highest and most sacred
function that the executive has to per
form. Class Spirit Deprecated.
"The stirring up of class spirit is
something that ought to be deprecated
in our republic, or else it will lead to
great danger. "Ve ought to take up the
discussion of public questions, and dis
cuss their effect with judicial calmness;
not have our minds diverted by charges
of prejudice and corrupt motives I say
charges utterly unsupported by evidence
or calm consideration.
"Now, all I am appealing for isjus
tice and a square deal not especially
for myself, for indeed I am in apposi
tion where Ican get along better than
some of the rest without it; but I am
appealing for justice In dealing with all
"I said all classes. Of course, prac
tically it is pretty hard to get It. To
our socialistic friends, who are engaged
in decrying our present institutions, I
could furnish a good deal better ground
for their complaints than they give
"I think if they were to object to our
administration of justice and the delays
in it, arising from the traditional meth
ods pursued in courts, by which the man
'The problem, gentlemen, of fixing t
railroad rates is a most difficult one j
and the man who says he knows how
to do it is the only one in the com- i
munity who thinks so. !
"There is now pending at "Washing-
ton an interstate commerce bill. I can- ,
not comment on It because of conditions j
which I do not know. But I do know .
that as the bill was presented to ccn- j
gress it was drawn with the idea of j
conforming to the promises Qi the Re
publican platform and bringing the I
railroads more under the control of th3 1
interstate commerce commission on the J
one hand and to give the railroads a I
little more freedom of action, under the J
supervision of the 'interstate commis- j
I sion on the other. I
Discusses Traffic. j
"There has been introduced in the
house a modification of the long and
phort haul clause. Just what it is I do i
not know. Some people, however, seem
to be in favor of a mileage basis for .
freight rates. I would view the adop- !
tion of such a principle with a great
deal of anxiety.
"But as I have said, I do not feel that
C. R. MOREHEAD, President, GIO. D. FLOR.Y, Cashiic.
JOSSPE KAGOFPES, V. Pr. a IT. BASSETT, Vkt Pri.
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State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS. $175,000.
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Phone Bell 1000; Auto 115S
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simraoo I
A, G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Blnnsential
J. F. "Williams J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
W. W. Tnxney, Preat.
S- T. Turner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
W, E. Arnold, CasMer.
F. M. Knrchiaon, As3t. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS A1ID PBOFPTS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
The Texas Bankers' Association will hold
its annual meeting in this city, May 10, 11
and 12. Those having desirable rooms'
will advise the undersigned.
J. D. CAMPBELL.
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