Clipped From The Galveston Daily News
He in the alwo rli- of a from ROSENTHAL AT WAELDER. "Waelder, Gonzales Co., "Tex., Oct. 52.-Judge A. J. Rouenthal, candidate for congress on the republican ticket from this, the Tenth district, -poke here last nlffht. His speech was in line with his n other parts of the district. He claimed that the republican party Is the only political party capable of dealing wisely with :he great economic questions of the day; hat absolute free trade without reciprocity restrictions would be detrimental to Interests of the country; that the beautiful trade relations that had been established with Cuba and the South American states under the McKInley ^v had wiped out by a single stroke of the and that Uncle Sam Is being- robbed of ?0,000,000 annually by a d m i t t i n g sugars free, and 'the same la going Into the pockets of the New York sugar His views on N n n n e n nnd the H treaty were in line with Cleveland'!?. He is In favor of appropriations for Onlveuton and Velasco and for surveying and making navigable the rivers of the state. said that If elected to congress he would prove faithful to his constituency. r and was ,er of this The judge Kjpoke for one hou followed by Rev. P. N. Menl__ _ ______ county, who spoke for half an hour defending protection and the McKinley law. Hon. J. C. Allen, democratic candidate for lioater, Is here making votes.