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2 B m m IHIN MPETENCE IK T IF BITS . ( he ( an Charges that Nothing but Incompetency Has Been Shown by Present Administration; Vowell Says Kelly Takes Credit For Everything in El Faso, Even the In crease in Scholastic P opulation of the City. Continued from Page 5. First Section. v. te his questions anyhow. There is rason to answer the fool questions n h Mister Holiday, or Mister Burges If anyone believes that Hearv i Mv used the diction in those answers I ill step down off of 'this platform ' They talk about my democracy. I s taugfit my democracy by a good, 1.1 Missouri Democratic father and I en t have to ko to Kelly or Will Murs-en to get any Democratic doc-irjne 'It is true that two years ago I oted against Henry Kelly because 1 thought he was not the proper man Km mavor I won't rote for Henry Jll because I won't insult myself. Hurcri's Pant Affiliation. ' Kill Burges stood here in public be f ' i a great concourse of city and .cuntj employes, and asked these fool mestlons about my supporting the tuket selected by the primary. He has rj,'otten the time when he bolted the ' lemocratic convention and supported W htte against Morehead. Yet here he i criticising me for doing the same thing two years ago. He was read out . f the same 'organisation that styles iiself the 'ring' I was in the caucus when h returned to the organization and there was tears in Park's (Pitman) t pi and he said that 'it was a bitter .i for us when we took the Burgeses liaek Into the organisation.' My De mocracy is of the kind that believes in inting "for the best man. "And he talks about Charlie Kinne I., cause he says he is a Republican. Ah, for four years J I Hewitt has 1 . en councilman on Kelly's ticket, yet he was dved-ln-the-wool Republican. Salter Olaiton has been a Republican m national politics. et Burges asked hout Charlie Kinne and threatened to challenge his vote next Tuesday. Think nt poor old man Gaal. who paid S3! to tret his picture in a book and under It mas wrlten that he was a staunch Re. PU oilcan and, when he first came to " sleta. he had a hard time finding an other Republican. He has been work ing for Kelly's county ring quite a long time "And Zack White (laughter and much horn blowing) You know Zack' Zaek White a "Boll Mooner." "lie ran on the 'Bull Moose" ticket n ffw -lenrs asm for conerress and went to the 'Bull Moose' convention as a Thomas. delegate. Yet he helped to eelect tne "ring" ticket. They will not challenge his "vote next Tuesday because they know he is all right. And there is "Doc." Trank Lynch 1 believe they call him a doctor. He ran on the Republi can ticket In New Mexico yet he holds an office under the 'ring.' "Next comes poor, old Jim Conklln. He Is a Republican nationally and only follows Henry to the polls in the city election so he can draw that $85 or J90 a month. And there is Hudspeth. To show you the kind of a Democrat he is, lie recently voted against an en dorsement of our own Democratic pres ident. Don't Disfranchise Self. "Unless you go to the polls and vote your sentiments in the Democratic pri maries next Tuesday, one way or an other, vou have no voice in the conduct of the affairs of your city. All men who own property here have a right to vote their sentiments in this election. They will not permit themselves to be disfranchised, regardless of the threat of William II Burges. I will liae no grievance with you if you do not vote for me, but you are not doing ybur duty it you stav away from the polls because of the threat of Rill Burges. "When the Young Men's Democratic club, those gallant young men, met with Domingo Montoya and Fred Dal-' gado, the man at the head of the city government told them that every man in this movement is a crook who had tried to put over something on the city. Then he stopped. He exposed only two men, A. P. Coles and 'myself. (Laugh ter). Claim to He Friend of Poor. "They claim to be a friend of the poor man and that the rich man is op posed to them. Will you believe that they are friends of the poor people when they increased tax valuations? If they were such friends of the poor peo ple why did they spend $40,000 to put over 'Ardoin' Pool' Louis Behr did not put it up. Henry claims to be a friend or tne house owner, jet the figures down there at the city hall show how much of a rwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm at THIS TRADEMARK 1 gL IS YOUR GUARANTEE, 1 jHpfei There is no genuine i I I ' fjl BAKER'S CHOCOLATE I 1 ?' I unless it has this trade- I hfiiM L mark on the package, i ! It I w V.bLj I llm WATrrKODATrrn . T WTV & If IsjgP' WTJUI IUR. DIVRJUR. J VV. ulu. m II REMNuapATOFf. ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER.MASS. j& i SgjSfij N&5r y I Bectric Cleaner Get Acquainted With the Pleasures of Your Breeze-Swept Porch friend of the home owner he is when he increased taxable values on homes nd not on certain business property. And they come alontr with a patent 1 medicine folder and tell w hat a terrible I thing I did when I was corporation court judge by raising the taxes (laugh ter). I fined Jim Cliftore (county com missioner elected on the 'ring' tcket) $10, and when the mayor tried to get me I to remit it I told him that Jim Clifford lrwitr.,,1 41io oan-ia n: nmr other citizen tn me. I ran that police court to the best of my abilit -and it doesn't take much ability, only a heart that feels with one's fellow men. Promise to Lower TtticS. ' the city are proprly watched out for and salaries are cut oil as me county com missioners cut off needless salaries if we pay more attention to this side of the liver (much horn blowing and laugliter) in a little while we will be able to lower the taxes Of El Paso. "In speaking about the police court I want to say a few words for Paul He is clean and square and honest. I have been told on, the streets that Ballard Coldwell intends to re sign as soon as he is elected in order to be appointed judge of the new court and that Allen Grambling, up Jn John Dyer's office, or someone else, will be appointed to the place yeu voted Bal lard Coldwell "into. Savelitm the job of resigning and elect Paul Thomas. It would be heart breaking to see one o these city officials resign. Snfct First" Aot Original. "A friend of mine wrote me about this 'safety first' you hear so much about lately. It seems that a Chicago candidate, who is on the inside, is using the 'safety first' motto in his campaign. I knew it was not original with Kelly. It came from Chicago where Carter Harrison, who has been mayor so long, is using it in his cry of 'Safety first for our ring.' That 'safety first' motto is being thrown out to bull themselves along. And they talk about efficiency. There Is no efficiency in any depart ment of the city except the fire depart ment (applause). Start at the mayor's office and go clear down to Jim Conklin. (Laughter and hoots of horn). I be lieve it will be my duty, if elected, to give my time and talents to the busi ness of the city that elected me. I do not believe it is the duty of the man elected by the people to spend a few hours down at the city haH and the re mainder of the time running around looking after political fences. I believe that the officials should work all the time and not half an hour each day. Xo Kfftclency In Waterworks. "Have any of you water users seen any efficiene) in the city water plan? "We are proud of our mesa water but I.elly didn't give it to us. Your monej. as citizens, has paid for the plant. If this ticket is elected, the water depart ment will be run different and the man who uses 90 cents worth of water will not be stung with a $3.90 water bill. "And they sidestep the disposal plant. W. H. Burges said I broke one of the pipes and that was the trouble out there It may have looked fresh to Bill but it smelled old to me. Those people out in East El Paso have a right to kick. That disposal plant is a men ace -to the health of El Paso They can't answer the questions about it by saying that was settled three years ago. There was no ticket in the field then until after the poll taxes were all paid and the time expired for paying them. The ticket was put in the field only a few days before election. But the "ring organization sees that its employes pay ,thelr poll taxes and this was the majority which was rolled up to 'settle the sewage question,' which is a stench in the nostris of all El Paso, especially East El Paso llreedi Dlneaae. "The masor owes even thing to the people to conserve the health of the city Refuse like that breeds disease. A city is like the human body, unless it is clean, it cannot do its full duty and Trow as it should. The 'ring has been inefficient in that as in other things. "They have said that we have done great harm in advertising the fact that there is some smallpox here. The men who bring this condition to the atten tion of the people deserve credit. The County and City Democratic club has I the best interests of the city, not the rinic, ai neart. "In the matter of insurance, which they talk so much about, they have been inefficient- Only recently The , neraia jiau a iront page story aoout I tne iauure or tne city officials to send i statement to the proper state author ities for the rebate on insurance pre miums which would have saved the property owners of El Paso $45,000. This amount would have been saved had the proper statements been made There was a case of efficiency. They have now dropped this insurance talk like it was a hot brick. The low key rate was obtained because of tne char acter of the houses built here Did he (Kelly) build them' Henry Kelly can't take credit for the way the citizens build their houses Holler Coaxting Paing. "If the pacing on some of the streets of El Paso was built according to spec ifications, as Kelly says it was, and I as mayor, had permitted the aceptance of such specifications, I would He ashamed of my job Public officers are public servants If the specifications were not the best it was his duty to see that the best was given for the money. If I was the mayor who ap proed the specifications for that pav ing like a roller coaster I would be ashamed of myself "Take the lower part of the citv. It is n different fmm the noi tli side as i min like Gene Harris, it v.n ha vt the r-itv owes the same I listen to the voice of the master, was dut f to those people to keep the green beaten by a tool of Henry Kelly. slime from their doors as it does to . "John Wjatt, who was attacked here those who live on the north side. who would not I i, i Thev show fitrures to prove that more people had smallpox north of the tracks than south of them Maybe the people north of the tracks bought moie chickens dressed at the pest house and sold in the citv. Think of that! That is efficiency and 'safety first' for the man who is running the pest house 'I'll n nk ilntl Ring for Free Garbage. "During the last few days we have had free garbage. You have the Coun ty and City Democratic club to thank for that. If the campaign had not been on you w ould be cussin' the scav enger man yet daughter) The scav- enger service is about as inefficient as last night, stood by me in selecting the judges and it was the most honest elec tion ever held in the city and county , of El Paso. If I had been a thief and a crook I could have told these men to steal the election But I did my duty, though it meant the defeat of my friend, ' Gene Harris. I Aot Going to Stenl Election. ' We know they are not going to steal this election. The law in Texas makes it a felony to examine the ballots after they are cast If I am elected mayor . I will see that they are all destroyed and not kept to see how John Smith voted in order to stick him in a business way. Don t let them blurt you. Roil up it can be and ev erv man will admit that , majority for this ticket and I will have except tnose empioyeu uy ine cnj saw enough scavenger wagons in me great, political parade, that they called the Pioneer day parade, to clean up the whole city, but they don't do it. Then they created the office of kick clerk. They were so busy electing themselves to office that they had to have a kick clerk to take the com plaints, and they selected Charlie Brann for the job. The day after elec a bonfire in a vacant lot to which eery citizen will be Invited, to see the ballots Burned. "I heard today that I was a drunk ard. (Laughter). Down on the south side, before some saloon keeper, they say that Tom Lea is a long haired pro hibitionist. At the Y. Jr. C. A., the few who can get in there, they say I am a drunkard. Prohibition has no business in this campaign. A saloon tion the telephone in the kick clerk's j keeper has as much right to do busi office will ring and a voice will say: '"Hello, Charlie.' " 'Yes.' " 'TKis is Louie (Behr). We have been kiiiked out." "There was so much inefficiency and trouble that they had to appoint a kick clerk to handle it. If I am elected and I find anyone putting tiff on a kick clerk anything that needs attending to, instead of attending to it himself, I will have a talk with him. Coerce Voters. "A condition where citizens are co erced into voting as the organization dictates is not Democratic and it is not right. Any organization that does that ought to go down in defeat. (Cheers I have two boys at home and I intend to raise them to a position where they feel that they have the right to express themselves without being blacklisted and bullied and co erced. I have seen things in El Paso tnat i was ashamed or. I Know of men who have lost their jobs because they Pay $10 or $5000 ami if the box containing your purchase heat-. the Silberberg name, you have a guarantee of the greatest possible value for the lowest possible price. Whether you pay $10 for one of our solitaire iia iiioimI rings or purchase one of our 5,000 neckUces with pear shaped diamond drop, whatever the extent of your purchase ma be remember, Silberberg means maximum quality at minimum cost. The Mere Thoughl of Buying a Diamond Should Suggest Silberberg Bros Silberberg Bros. Texas and Mesa. announced that they were goins to vote t r the time. ness, if lie obeys the law, as any other business man. That is a state and not a city issue. I don't drink because I have two brown eyed boys at home who climb on my knee and press their ruby lips to mine. That is why I don't drink. "They told the Mexican storekeepers that I would close up their stores. Thev accuse me of beincr a Confederate xete- i 1 , . ,-.- ,. ran uecaust: i. nave a. uaiue nag in my orilce. Applause for Lincoln. "This is the birthday of a great man of the north. He was one of the great est men on the face of the earth Abraham Lincoln. (Cheers and ap plause). He said: 'You may fool some of the people all of the time, you may fool all of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time' "The people of El Paso have been fooled and they are looking for a change. This great audience means tnat you can t fool all of the people all f A. M. and the day's work done! tJ be found. Gain Time, Comfort and Contentment by Cleaning with a FRANTZ PREMIER ELECTRIC CLEANER! It meani Freedom from the Heavy Task of Sweeping and Dusting! 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J.et iim jihow you the FRANTZ FRHMIEU In notion. Demonstrated and Hulil on ran) pajmentK. r DANCING for Tom Lea. Is this right, just, Amer lean?" "No, no, no," from the crowd. "Then put the stamp of disapproval on such a practice next Tuesday. "I knew of a cripple in this town and there was an. arrogant 'ring' man over him. He was asked how he was going to vote and when he said he would vote for me he was ordered out and is walking the streets asking his friends to vote for me to put the stamp of dis approval on this practice. CorporatlonK Ccerced. "About this time before election you hear of corporations telling their em ployes to vote for the 'ring' ticket. I will tell the heads of corporations, knowing their desire to give a square deal, that I don't believe these Interests will insult their men by telling them anything like that. I may be mistaken in some cases. The organization may have a hold on some, but I hope these same employes will go and vote as they please. There are some good men at the head of the interests that are not going to be coerced and will refuse to take sides for a boss. "Don't split your ticket. I would rather see the 'ring organization, go into office down there than to have my self and a part of the ticket elected. I want to go into office with these men who wrlll fight with me If I am right and fight against me if I am wrong. Don't scratch the ticket. Either put Henry Kelly and his councilmen in the city hall or Tom Lea and his council men. I don't want a deadlock like 1 Adrian Pool has down there with the county commissioners. Don't Scratch Ticket. "I do not have a single interest but the Interest of El Paso. Scratch the second name each time and put in the anti ring-ticket from head to bottom. They are all good men. "Men will come to you and want to join you in a swap Henry Kelly would rather beat me than have any gift in the power of the people. He made a threat that If I, Dan Jackson, or W. B. Ware ran, he would be compelled to run againat us He knows that It would mean his political death Men are going over the city offering to trade off cer tain of their candidates In exchange fnr vnta. fnr the hpnd tf their ticket. I A trade like that Is never kept by the other side They will not Keep tnelr word, but will harken back to the voice of the master who says 'Vote 'er straight. IlllrgeN For Tlurcc. "I do not dislike Billy Burges. I ad mire his intellect and brain. He is mad because we said he was the man behind the throne. But his, heart never throbbed in sympathy with humankind. Bill Burges Is for Bill Burges and safety first.' He stood up before the county and city employes here last night and told them that he was not going to steal the election. I hope not They have told on the streets that they were going to steal the election. Yet they get smart, wlley Bill Burges to come here and tell the people that they are not going to steal the election. There ace honest God fearing men who will go to the polls and see that the election is not stolen Onp Clean Klectlon. 'He talked about me as county chair man There Is no Importance to the office except to see to the purity of the ballot. I ran on the ticket then tn order to link my name with the man I loc Dan Jackson. When I called the county committee together, as county chairman, I used proxies and made it stick and I have never heard a protest from the people of El Paso county. The 'ring' men were there with three or four proxies in their pockets but the were afraid to use them because we had the majority I told them that (that would be one election that would Of conducted fairly and squarely" and I was going to see to It And It was a square election, although a clean young Advance Spring Styles il'SilHS msHP ' Smart New Flare Frock McCall Pattern 6jji. One of the 44 new February designs. J. STOLUtOFF ogers Furniture 108-110-112 N. 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Mullin, Pres. - Bid;; phone 1147 Wo falls MirT v 4v) taMljita lllMon "My wish Is that you do your duty next Tuesday, vote your sentiments If I am defeated I will be in my office next morning with the same happy smile. "If you elect me I will be the ser vant of the people and not of the boss." (Demonstration lasting five minutes). Vowell on Kelly. Charles L. Vowell spoke at some length and largely In a humorous vein. Speaking of mayor Kelly he professed a liking for him but displsed "Kelly ism." "As a friend I am fond of him," he declared, "but the things for which he stands and his methods will also receHe my hearty detestation. "J have witnessed four city elections. In every campaign Kelly says he Is persecuted because of his religious be lief. Nobody has said anything against his religion, and he says it for a pur pose, which is to get the Catholic vote. Now, a Catholic who would vote for Henry Kelly knowing him to be a bad man is not a good citizen, and a Protestestant If he votes against him knowing him to be a good man, is a bad citizen." "Kelly CntechUm." Heferring to alleged utterances of mayor Kelly claiming credit for much of the progress of the city. Mr. Vowell . nnnviileAH the oiirilAn,... wit?. l,i,Tmni.- ' ons travesty, as follows: " 'Who's the mayor?" "'I am' "Who's the real mayol-r " 'I am.' " 'Who built these" magnificent build IngsT "'I did' " 'Who's responsible for the increase in the scholastic populatlonr " 'I am.' "Who's responsible for the garbage and the smallpox? ' " 'Those fool questions would spile any political belief on earth." A ho Mode El Fnio. "Two agencies made El Paso." con tinued the speaker. "God of the Uni verse gave this valley, and ran a river through it, and bathed it in sunshine I by day and placed the stars so near that at night you feel as though you could almost reach up and touch them. The same God planted these mountains and buried in them untold treasures and Henry Kelly had nothing to do with it. The rest was accomplished by the Indomitable spirit and the enter prise of the people The women who f faced the hardships of the pioneer days and bore clear eyed and big brained children did more for El Paso than all the city hall gang put together. Attnckn on AVomen. "At one of the heated meetings up here in a tent the other night I heard the candidate for mayor on the other side declare: T do not intend myself, nor will I permit any of those sup porting me, to engage in mud slinging. Nothing can be said that will not wound some woman or child. It was a noble sentiment But what do we find' ithln three days after that meeting he hurled poisoned javelins that found no lodgment except in a woman's heart. If I had to step Into office over the wounded heart of a woman I would rather die in oblivion." Mr. Vowell mud a high tribute to the women, and closed w 1th an appeal that his- hearers vote for political freedom by supporting the anti-administration ticket Judge Dnn Jackson Soenkfu Judge Dan M. Jackson, at the outset of his address, read a letter from Felix Martinez calling attention to certain misrepresentations made in a speech concerning him. Mr. Martinez stated that the declaration that he disposed of 130 acres of worthless land to the I city was false. The tract contained but 75 acres and he had only a third in terest in the land. Furthermore, the letter stated, the land had been sold to the city at a price less than that asked for surrounding DroDertv and that the land had decreased In value because of i he had made Investigation and found the statements of Mr. Martinez true, and he took that occasion to retract. He also publicly acknowledged thesup poi t that Mr Martinez had given him in a previous campaign. He said he found that the other owners of the land were Joe Pollard. MaBon Pollard and "Ted" Cooley. Ihe Grand Jury. Judge Jackson then discussed the at tacks made upon the present grand Jury. The statement that he had se lected the grand jury, he declared to be untrue, calling attention to the law whlch provides that the Judge shall select three men whose duty it is to choose the jurors. He then read off the names of the men composing the srnri Jury. "If every one of those men have not been prominently identified with the i rush to my head. t.w.. .,. v. ., i now, wicji J- JVIIVYY jiuin- lng of men," he asserted. "I did not know up to the moment of selection who would be foreman," he continued. "But I know him to be eminently qualified. No man in the community is more honest, he ii Hon hearted, true to his trust, and I have no apology to offer you for the selection of Billy Amonett. "Now. who's complaining about the ci8 oi me grana jury and why? 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