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Saturday, June 18, 1910.
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In any event, it is apparent that the a hundred thousand dollars in the
Have you ever storjped to realize the close relationship to your per
sonal and financial future, and the future of your family, which the
opportunities of the great, new, rich -Southwest bear? This call is to
the man, the woman, the family who may be cramped by present con
ditions, and are reaching out for land where everyone shall at least
have a chance to realize an ambition to achieve a fair balance sheet
Where nature is on your side where a wealth of virgin soil is waiting
to yield bountiful returns where one may live a normal life of free
dom and independence, with money, Mends, a home, a bank account,
to make the present pleasant and the future a golden prospect.
If you are such a one, enlist iu the "Army of Hope," buy a farm in
been ' out
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I further self evident- that the no'mina
I t:oa of Mr. Coiquict -will bring the pro
j hibition Issue to n climax much sooner
j than if any one of his opponents is the
victor at the polls. That these tentative
legislative plans of governor uampoeu j q ftmin1 rni,, TJT TT,..1
the I uc i3J.cn (Ji J-ULCrjm. JULit C JLJLclJLU.
present campaign and that another
$100,000 will have been used before the
primaries are held.
Fights on Their Hands
(By Horace II. Sheiton.)
San Antonio, Tex., June IS. In seven
may have the effect of crvstalizin
Colquitt following and make that candi-
dare more formidable than he otherwise
would be is probably true. But the
opponents or Mr. Colquitt claim mat
he mustered his full strength early in
the campaign and that the new develop
ment in the situation will not bring of the 1G congressional districts in
him any additional support. It is Hkp- Texas this year the present congress
wise claimed that the forcing- of the I man will have spirited contests in the
nT'nllf'Hf i-ifr !.-... -...ill ! .1 4-lirk ' T)OTll ClCm t if TTi15l Tlx: rf-rk t.friin ViaIt !
i strength of Mr. Johnson by causing him j present places. Even if nominated a j
to receive adherents from the ranks i number of them will have still further
of Davidson. opposition at the hands of the Repub-
May JRe n Withdrawal. licans.
It is learned that a quiet movement It has been many years siiice there
Washington, D. C, June 18. The house ways and means committee has
acted favorably upon the bill authorizing the issuance of certificates of indebted
ness for reclamation work after amending the measure, making the amount of
certificates $20,000,000 instead of $30,000,000 and limiting the use of the money
to completion of existing projects, 'o-ue approval of the president to the report
of the engineers is required.
Western senators expect to make a fight to amend the house bill so as to
raise the amount of the certificates of indebtedness to be issued to $30,000,G(w.
Work if Intelligently and the high cosf of
living will he the least of your troubles
Here nature for ages has "been storing the soil with a fertility beyond
belief. Now man by his ingenuity will turn the precious water upon
The result is a miracle.
v What once was called "The Land that God forgot" has magically been
converted into a land of teeming plenty.
The great Elephant Butte Dam, with its network of canals to wing
water to 180.000 thirsty acres is assured. It will cost over $8,000,000,
vjet one year's crop wiH-more than pay for it.
Ambitious men and women already are moving onto the land. Still
there is room for more. Why not go yourself? Get ten, twenty or forty
acres, cultivate it, develop its latent possibilities and reap the reward
of the forehanded.
Ten acres intelligently cultivated will support an average family;
twenty acres insures a bank account: forty acres means easy independ
ence. $50 lit Here Op 10 Percent Down; 5 Percent a Henfh
is on foot amono- the friends of David
son and Johnson to hare one or the
other of these two candu'i.itt's withdraw
have been as many congressional as
pirants in the field and, while the pres
ent congressmen are STvelterins- nt
rom the race. This movement has its l amngton, presumably attending to
origin chiefly amomr the political ene- The business of the people, their oppo- j
mies of senator J. TV. Bailey nho are nents are vigorously shelling the woods
niade the chief issue of the campaign, j little hope that congress will adjourn
JJt Is the theory of these men that i before .Tune 237nnd that will give less
neither Johnson nor 'Davidson can de- I then 30 days for the congressmen to
feat Colouitt rnr? 'Pnirirlo-rf-pr lint thnt 1 mend their broken fpnppc flntl rnnnH tin
the result is not so certain if both the j the voters. From July 1 on until the '
candidates remain in the race. j primaries July 23 the district in which
Senator Bailey is now the chief fac- ! there are contests will witness some
tor In the contest for rrovernor in some ! campaign scrapping which promises to
parts of the state. Thlsis true of many j make things lively.
counties of north and central Texas. The congressional chairmen have cee
In some Instances the Bailey follow- j tified the names of all Democratic can
ers are supporting Poindexter and the dilates to A. B. Storey, state chairman
anti-Baileyites are for Johnson. In ' of the Democratic executive committee
south Texas the situation is different. , with headquarters in San Antonio. The
There most of the anti-Bailey men are
supporting Davidson, while the Bailey
contingent is for Colquitt. Viewed in
an 01 its aspects it is the worst mixed
last day of filing was July IS.
These reports show that the follow
ing congressmen will be nominated by
up political situation this state has over ! the Democratic party without opposi-
AH Are Snngruine.
All four of the candidates are appar
ently sanguine of hinsr imminntdrl.
tion: Morris S. Sheppard. Texarkaua,
first district: Rufus Hardy, Corsicana,
sixth district; John M. Moore, Rich
mond, eighth district; George F. Bur-
Sherman, representing the fourth dis
rict, will be opposed by B. Q. Evans,
of Greenville, Hunt county. The latter
is actively on Mr. Randall's trail while
the former is hunting "graft" in the na
tional congress. It is said that the race
in this district promises to be a warm
one as Mr. Evans is an active and vig
D wight L. Levelling, county attorney
of Dallas county, is actively out after
the scalp of congressman Jack Beall,
of the fifth district. Mr. Lewelling says
that there is nothing is. Beaii's record
that justifies him in remaining in con
gress as the representative of that
A. W. Grerg. of Palestine, represent
ing the seventh district, has two oppo
nents, C. C. Stokes, of Crockett, Hous
ton county, and C. F. .Stevens, of Lib
erty county. Both men have been ac
tively campaigning for several weeks.
In the 12th district congressman O.
AV. Gillespie, of Fort Worth, is opposed
by Oscar Calloway, Commanche, Cam
manche county, and Dr. M. Alexander,
of "Weatherford, Parker- county.
Amnrillo Has Candidate
In the 13th diszct tnere are only
two candidates, congressman John H-
Stephens, of Vernon, Wilbarger couuty,
for reelection, and John "W. Veale, of
Amarillo, Porter county. The latter has
been scouting through the panhandle
and actively corraling votes for more
than two months. It will be up to Mr.
Stephens to get busy on his return.
To add. to the fun of the campaign it
is announced that the Republicans are
going after the scalps of congressman
Slayden, Garner and Burgess, -who will
be nominated by the Dernocrats without
opposition. With the influx of north
ern settlers, many of whom are Repub
licans, the campaign In the districts
mentioned will be such, that the Demo
crats will have to,Iook to their laurels.
San Francisco, Calif., June
17. Superior judge Van Xos
trand at 3:55 p. m., declined to
grant the injunction against
the Langford-Kaufman fight to
morrow afternoon, refusing the
petition of attorney general
Webb. The matter of stopping
the fight is now up to the governor.
Thinae In fho huinc Worlfi
thMlyo III Hit' ollljjo Knowing About
Order a quart of Smith Ice Cream
for the Sunday dinner.
Johnson draws the larsrest crn-ik nt i eess. Gonzales, ninth district: Albert
j his meetings. The other three candi- j Sidney Burleson, Austin, 10th district;
J dates are about equal Tthen it comes ! Robert L. Henry, Waco, 11th district;
to their audience drawing poweer. I James L. Slayden, San Antonio. 14th
The larger cities of the state are ' district; John N. Garner, Uvalde, 15th
about equally divided in their support district; W. R. Smith, Colorado City,
of Colquit and Davidson. It is claimed'' ISth district- -
that in the country districts Johnson is ! In the second district congressman
exceedingly strong. This fact leads the Martin Dies, of Beaumont, will be op
Johnson leaders to lay claim to his nom-' posed by John H. Broocks.of San Au
ination by a comfortable pluralitv. It is I gnstine. The latter was in congress
an admitted fact that the bulk of the ' one term but was defeated by Mr. Dies
j Democratic vote is in the rural pre- j two years ago.
cmcts. In the third district for the vacancy
Mr. Colquitt has the advantage of the created by the appointment of congress
enormous amount of literature that is 1 man Gordon Russell as judge of the
being circulated in his behalf by the j United States court of the eastern dis
Liquor Dealers' association which has trict of Texas, there will be a lively
its headquarters In Houston. This as- j scramble. The following candidates have
sociation is leaving no stone unturned filed. B. W. Simpson. GiJmer, Upshur
to bring about his nomination. In the county; H. C. Deddie, Mineola. Wood
nouston neaaquarters more than 30 county; James Young, Kaufman, Kaur-
Biffi. nOOSEVELT SAYS IE IS SOT
Wants to Be Left Alone to
Be Citizen; This Is His
(Continued From rase One.)
but. on coming to anchor alongside the
liner, the South Carolina hoisted long
strings of pennants and. river (-aft
joined in a demonstration with loud
and. prolonged blasts from whistles.
In 3Iidst of Family.
Flanked by Mrs., Roosevelt, his
daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Longworth,
iind his son Kermit, CoL Roosevelt
etood on the flying bridge of the liner,
high above all the dcks of the ship,
and, with a characteristic smile over
spreading his tanned countenance and
shiny silk hat in hand, waved an ac
knowledgment to the pandemonium on
Col. Roosevelt lost no time on board
the Augusta Victoria. The usual cus
toms and health inspection formalities
accomplished, he at once transshiped to
the revenue cutter Manhattan, where,
with the immediate members of his
family and a few Intimate friends he
Eat down to a hasty breakfast.
There was more firing of big guns
when Roosevelt left Manhattan for An
droscoggin, but meantime the craft
Not anV Milk Trust
Tfcf Origins! and Gmuint
The Fttd Drink for A!! Agts.
For InfantSjInvalidsjand Growing children.
PureNuJrhion, upbuilding the whole body.
Invigorates thenursingmctherand the aged.
Rich milk; malted grain, in povrder form.
A quick Innch prepared in n minute.
Others are imitations.
Cf Valley Lands lo
Wm "rf y-it Until It's f
'BEEe, Too Inic for lour 3rcif
tffl&H Prje'- " Have L.ota ,jf
TftpC Of Bargains. f'F
iarshalled for the parade. Led by
the Dolphin the parade started at 12
minutes past 9 oclock.
Great croAvds were packed in Battery
park and windows and roofs of build
ings as far as the eye could see were
crowded. All along the river front peo
ple were massed by hundreds, and thou
sands were stationed at every spot
from which a sight of the marine pa
geant might be had. From the taller
buildings the people -waved, at Col.
Roosevelt as he passed on the Andro
scoggin. After the Androscoggin turned at
Fifty-ninth treet, the crowds turned'
from the shore and made their way to
the streets, aaong which the narade was
El Faxoanx There.
Second only in Interest to the re
turning traveler were the delegations
of westerners. The march of the rough
riders down Broadway on their way
to greet their old commander at th
Battery was the signal for an enthu
siastic welcome all along the linfe. E. G.
Piper and Robert Rinehart, of ,E1 Paso,
were in the line. The troopers wore
yellow khaki, with buckskin leggins
and broad brimmed gray slouch hats.
Their horses were accoutred with
heavy military saddles as though ready
for a campaign. They moved in bat
talion form, the ranks extending for
two hlocks, with flags flying and their
rough rider band playing.
Colonel Roosevelt left the Andro-
I scoggin at the battery at 10:55 a. m.
and walked to his place in the speaker s
stand, accompanied by mayor Gaynor.
"Is there a stenographer here," was
Roosevelt's question. On assurance
that there was, he said:
"Good, now we will go ahead, boys.
I am feeling fine."
The mayor welcomed Col. Roosevelt
and the latter began his brief reply
immediately. His voice was hoarse, but
lift snoke with life usual forop rinrl rift-
j clamatory effect. A big cheer and a
loud laugh went up when he said
with emphasis, "I enjoyed myself in
tensely." The Parade.
At 11 oclock the start up Broadway
began, through densely massed throngs
for five miles along the main thorough
fares of the city. Everywhere Roose
velt met" the same whirlwind of demon
strative greeting. He stood erect in
his carriage, his right hand waving
greetings to the echoing cheers. By
noon the popular welcome was practi
cally concluded, and Roosevelt joined
his relatives for lunch preparatory to
returning to his home at Oyster Bay
later in the day.
Is Somewhat Stouter.
Mr. Roosevelt is somewhat stouter
than when he emerged from the jungle
and his face is bronzed.
He admits that the weeks of travel
and banquetting have tired him, and
says he would not care to undertake a
ilr. Roosevelt last night gave out an
interview in which he said:
"I appreciate the kindness of a mul
titude of friends who have asked me
to speak in different places and hope
they will understand that it is simply
a physical impossibility for me even to
consider accepting more than one in
a hundred of these invitations. I shall
not speak for more than two months
and then will speak first at the John
Brown Celebration at the Cheyenne
frontier gathering, at the conservation
congress in St. Paul and possibly at
one or two other places.
"I shall have nothing whatever to
say in the immediate future about
politics and will hold no interview what
ever on the subject with anyone, and
anything purporting to be an interview
with me that may appear can be safely
set down at once as an invention."
Mr. Roose-elt plans a trip to the
Black Hills to visit Seth Bullock be
fore his speech in September at the
National Conservation congress in St.
Mr. Roosevelt thinks he has solved
the problem of what shall be done
with ex-presidents. He says he has
done things for himself thus far and
has, had a splendid time.
tflTIrc; n To rrtnc?f o v4-l . siwtnli.-ijl -...n.?.-
ing for the success of anti-nrohibition.
It is estimated that the Liquor Dealers'
association has already spent more than
man county; R. G. Andrews, "Wood
county: J. H. Beevers, Wood county.
After1 a "Graft Hunter."
Congressman Choice B. Randall, of
Don't fail to get a pound of the fa
mous "Sunny Side Special" butter at
Ardoln's market tonight. Always fresh
Don't overlook the big sale at
Schneider's market tomght.
Phone your orders early for that ice
cream to the Smith Ice Cream Co. Fam
ily orders well cared for.
Different kind of cold meats, ready to
be served, are in Jackson's delicatessen.
Ice cream, all flavors for Sunday, at
the Smith Ice Cream Co.
The one big event tonight 'is the spe
cial sale at Ardoln's.
Try Smith's ice cream tomorrow and
see how good itis.
Fine .watermelons on ice at Ardoln's.
Get one for the Sunday dinner.
Smith's Ice cream makes the meals a
success. Try it Sunday.
A breakfast you can relish is the one
at which Rockyford cantaloupes are
Make It a point to visit Schneider's
big meat sale tonight.
Be particular about mHk in the sum
mer and demand the El Paso dairy milk.
Fine dressed hens at Schneider's mar
ket tonight, 20c per pound.
To keep healthy this summer drink
El Paso Dairy milk.
To have the best Iced tea you should
?se tea specially prepared to make iced
ea. There is only one brand that
meets all the requirements -and that is
Chase & Sanborn's special blend. Jack
son's Sanitary Grocery.
El Paso dairy milk is good for the
sick and excellent for the well.
Give the baby alP the El Paso dairy
milk it wants.
Good for breakfast, good for -lunch
and good for dinner EI Paso Dairy
(Continued From rage One.)
cided on today by the senate committee
on privileges and elections. The inqury
will be conducted in recess. Ne report
will be made until next December.
XO VERIDCT YET IX
Washington, D. C, June1 IS. The
chances for a "verdict" "from the Bal-linger-Pinchot
during the present session of congress,
is remote. The committee held a meet
ing today behind closed doors "but it
vas announced that adjournment hr
been taken until next Saturday.
TWO BROTHERS ARRESTED
FOLLOWING A STABBING.
Gonzales, Tex., June IS. Ernest Wil
son and F. G. Wilson, brothers, were
arrested and placed in jail here fol
lowing an encounter in which Claude
Bouldin, aged 20, was stabbed In the
throat and scalp during a dance at
Waelder, near here, last night. Boul
din's injuries are said to be serious.
He has a slight chance of recovery.
Our Hot Weather Sale comes to a close Monday, and we
propose to make Monday the biggest day of all. At Hot
Weather Sale prices you can buy anything that you may
need either for home, office or Cloudcroft cottaee
FOR THE 1JABY FUND.
Philip Stevens contributed $1
to the "Save the Babies" fund,
bringing the amount deposited
up to 1000. Several hundred
dollars more will be needed to
carry the work through the en
Sulphur-The Bast Skin Remedy
There is no drug or medicine that
has been used for skin diseases as long
as Sulphur. The trouble has been that
sulphur in crude or powder form can
not be readily applied to the germ that
causes Eczema, Tetter. Acne. Hives,
Barber's Itch and, the many other skin
diseases. Littell's Liquid Sulphur
Compound overcomes this difficulty,
being liquid, and if applied with soft
brush reaches the seat of the trouble
at once killing the germs and giving
instamt relief to intense itching caused
by skin disorders. A few applications
according to directions will cure any
skin disease, no matter of what char
acter. Send 10c for sample bottle.
Rhuma-Sulphur Co., St. Louis, Mo. 5
50-pisce dinner sets will he of
fered Monday at bargain
prices. We also offer 20 per
cent off on Hotel Ware.
In the Basement, we will offer
Monday man' remarkable bar
gains in the odds and ends that
iceumulated chirms: this Sale.
Carpets, Rugs and Draperies
of all kinds are specially priced
for tlie last day of Hot Weath
Monday the Last Day,
Gome and Get
Your Share of
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-!8 San Antonio St.,
EL PASO- -TEXAS.
Monday the Last Day,
Gome and Get
Your Share of