The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 7, 1908 Page: 1 of 14
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FOURTEC-X PAGES TODAY
I he Woman s Leisure
is after the tnjsband has footvn
work and. tb children t tchpcd.
Do you VivTHE POST
home so thcaj enjoy itt'
FOR SOMETHING yU
CANT USE? IF SO TRa A
HOUSTON TEXAS WEpNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1908.
PRICE. 5 CENTS.
"I HAVE OUTLIVED
"You Saw Them Eury Me Now They Explain
Why I Was Nor Dead" Declares Bryan.
TO HOLD CONFERENCE!-
cry a rtfc ;
s- i n. .a o.i. -?:'' Hrsvi iJL'R
rrance ana ureat tsntian iaia to Beinu)mpieie;
a a 4 rvi v;:ii: tH I fk- '
MLLUIU dllU UUICIb Willing IU Idlh. 11 VWClUf
TAFT IS DENOUNCED
"No Honest Man Need Fear
Light" on Campaign.
G. 0. P. TAKES ALL CREDIT
Party Claims Grdwth of Crops
Sunshine and Rain.
Speaking in Vast Auditorium Be-
tween Tama and Toledo Iowa
He Says Democracy Needed
to Eestore Prosperity.
(Associated Press Report.)
CTCDAR RAPIDS Iowa. October 6 "I
jrtent myself a an example of one who
has outlived the venomous attacks of
his opponents You lifard me called a
demagogue twelve years ago. You Raw
them bury me and von heard theni chant
aongfl over my grare. and nuw they have
explained why It happened that I was
With al the fervor that he could mus-
ter up. William J. Bryan faring a vast
asncjiiblage In the Chautauqua audito-
rium between Tama and Toledo. In thla
State today dellven-d himself of this ut-
terance. At no time during the campaign
ha he spoken eo earnestly and with
such eervor. His remarks followed a hit-
ter denunciation of Mr. Taft for refus-
ing to agree to a publicity of campaign
contributions before election. No hon-
est man and no political party conduct-
ing an honest campaign he declared
need be afraid of the light."
At Woodward he heaped ridicule upon
the republicans by charging theni with
taking credit for the growth of crops
the shining of the nun and the bringing
of rain. Tn fact" he said "they aelze
upon anything that they think gives a
plausible excuse for voting the republic-
SPECIAL PRIVILEGES LIKK POISON.
At Maxwell lie compared the granting
of special pri i leges to n case of poison
In the human ysieni.
"There has been a poison at work in
our Kliiics" he il c la red. "and today
It ? manifestations arc sueh that 1 t te-
lle v- the American peoph- ar- ready to
apply the remedy and thai poison is the
poison of privilege the poison of fa-
voritism. Our gov t-i nn:ent has been run
too largely tn the interest f die f.ivored
Irawln? larg" diet ring i.Ms all day
!n Oie cuii rse if his t rn vcN I ! . i r-ugh t lie
Slate the d'H i 1 1 i a : t t andii;i i never
in lef.er for-. i. I irh .1 .! iia:.-e .it his
P! oiicnl- :.t:-l i 1 .i lleivr .1 .'.m meet
his art':mei:!t I 'ti tt on speech - and
liaudhitkings Willi IhoiisaioN . -n i' i: : c
111 (Ihv: wMk. lie !! ludm -pe. -lit-S
ii -nil' V l-citm ; Th. kevi.ote
ol hi.- pri. -U it! M ii' iik-; h u- was That
ipfilw :t p.. ;.).-. -iii'iint oivjtsle' .
I' mm i.il.i- polu it m. am pro-
Ui ! w - 1 .hj- ; he s :-i
ri.Ki i v.
'The (!'! -liill. Pally nli...hit'!y
Iir'''K.-n r t itslurr prosperity 'i'lio rc-
pnt'lii jiii ptir! hiiH' lml j!s liani'i1 ;iul
it hu failol S'o m i now in tin' mitint
vi a (l''pr'siiM; lor wnt.ii iimiuim) rn?i-
.lit ults furniHii do I'Xeim Anifnlii! n-
(litlons iiir r--potisihl.' for thr pre-fiil
huslut-ss pro.-l i Hllon totil (lu-M. attllirlal
(oinlilioiis orisrltialfl in ri pillii hii pol-
icies. Tlif huslni'Ss fulluroi of tin- ninr
months finl l Sopletnl.ri :v w.'tv
In miiiiiii'i mill tiie lirl)Tit1 atKounliNl
to JITj.iwhi. n i leans U.hi if i!u .is-
seln in-- wortli in fac4 tl.o amount at
Will h i.i al.- pla...i. lli.i . IP ll'l
lW H loss of Jit;.'Kl(.1) to arconnt for.
"This l ri-ui(0..io'is Ioms -oiin-s al n Unit'
Vhrn rnipn arc loa-onaliiy kooiI an.l
v lin nai'iii' luis not i 1 liii. n t l.omiiy.
ll i-oin. s Hla-n Hi r. pill. 'I. iwis Hl-piu
oolliplfti' ..oil 11 I. Tlu-N liiivr a pn'si-
tlem uIkiim tli. y . loosii. in their plat-
fomi. a s.na'r roiuplolely in tin' lian.is
ot" the it'i'iihlii an pariy. a rt-pnhlt.-an
hnuue of r. pi rH.-nlHt ives. I0111in11l4.1l h- m
it8potl.- "MH-nkcr v. ran iissmiic.
thfticfore. that lh.-y l.avo lom- .'VHty ti.inK
trey .mil. I 1I0 . oiisi.-.ti.i.tl -Tlirlr poll
clflH s.'k to pi.'vont th.- panto ami vet
th Paul.- la lipic It iniii" too when
w han a tariff so hlyli that t-vrn th
repiihli.'ans pronilao inH'iilvot-ally to ro-
Vtfie linio.dlal.'ly an.l Mr Taft lias vpn
tur-il the opinion that the revision will
probahly h.- downivard.
FAIL! " H ICS SHOW INt'KKAHK.
"In amount th. failures of the Irifct
tillie months exeeed In number ih fall-
urea of the I'orrespondliiK nine months
nf 1W3. unU the dlfferenee between as-
sets and liabilities la greater this year
than in 1S93. although the total amount
of liabilities was Kteatnr in l:t man
tills year. Hut It muni bo rememliere.l
that the M.Kinley law was still In force
In 13. It was In force until the sum-
mer of 1MM The WIlHon bill was not
t.aaaed until tlie siiniiner of VU. Tha
zntlurea of thai year were not as great
In number or In amount or liabilities 119
tbey are this year. The failures of 18i
were not an great in amount or In the
total UuhlUtia as they are this year. The
failure In were not e.junl to the
failures of tlilt. year In number or In
amount of liabilities and yet In IN'h th..
republicans were talking about it demo-
cratic panic an.l promising prosperity.
"A member of tiie HiIUsii cabinet said
recently In a spee l. that th- exports of
cotton p;oods from lancashlre bad in-
cresjied 11 p.r cent over last year and
he declared (iuii the cotton export of
the I'nlled Similes bail fallen oft to per
cent In the saine p. i lo.l If IIiIk Ih trao.
how will the rAotei tlonist explain It?
"The republK'an party can not eacape
from Us word It Is pledged to protect
the party becfuse the policies have for
their object not the advancement of the
Hetieral welfart. hut the enrichment of a
relatively smafl number of the people at
; the expense on the real of the people."
- w- oran IBlb Kl ll u . lui Allien-
$S&r dU! 'l 7 P CCk n
air. Bryan ibm at 11 o clock tor t lilca
j SUMMARY OF NEWS
Fnrrcaif' for Hnuston and vicinity Wednes-
day f-air ( cooler ; light to fresh southerly
TrmieriiUirr od precipitation records at
Houston for the twenty-four hours ended at 7
p. in. Tuesday Maximum 84; minimum 60.
The barometric pressure has continued com-
paratively low over .Southern Florida and
showers have occurred in that section with
brisk to high winds on the Southeast Florida
coast. The northwestern disturbance is moving
eastward over Northern Minnesota and ha
been attended hy precipitation in the Northwest
and in the upper Mississippi and lower M U-
sooii valleys. The I'acific are of high pres-
sure has extended rapidly southeastward filling
in the secondary depression over Kansas and
causing showers in Oklahoma. There has been
a general rise in temperature east of the Mis-
sissippi river and a moderate fall in most dis-
tricts west of thai river. A time of report the
weather was generally fair jii Texas with tern
prature ranging from 50 degrees at El l'ao to
1 8 at Corpus Christi.
Associated Press Report.
WASHINGTON Octoher 6 East Texas
Fair Wednesday and Thursday ; fresh east
shifting to north wimls.
West Texas and Oklahoma Fair Wednesday
Louisiana Fair Wednesday and Thursday;
light to fresh south winds.
There will be no important change In the
Trinity Brazos and ( dorado rivers.
The Bulgarian Crisis.
AUSTRIA will extend sovereignty over Bosnia
PRINCE FERDINAND has been crowned the
first king of Bulgaria. '
IT IS STATED from Paris that the European
powers are to hold a conference on the Bul-
garian situation and that Turkey will await
the decision of such conference.
ST. EOl'IS republicans pave Mr. Taft a warm
reception lie delivered three peeoiies.
K. A- M I LLOCH asked that his name be
scratctied as an elector from the linie-ihk ute
IT IS ALLEGED by a Kansas paper tl.at
Hoke Smith gianted the original blanket oil
franchise in the Osae nation.
TREASURER SHELDON declares that Mr.
Roosevelt is perfectly satisfied with Hiu h-
cock s conduct of the republican campaign.
IT IS REPORTED that President Castro of
Venezuela is again ill.
THE Ct NSERV AT ION commission has or-
dered that a limtwr census be taken
Till. I K WSMlsSLSSIl'I'l i-nmmercial con-Kits-
a- opentd in S.in 1 r.nu icn.
N'UM I.. M At K. iiia:iman of the demo-
crat h' i Nnal on: nut ft e collapsed a re-
Mllt . t t.ltllflU- .1 id c-d.t.
THE I'HIM AIM ill ii .!t.isiire pier was de-
tl( St!..)!-. b lot-
E(U U MEN w:e floK-ynl it T..v ! fr cn-
t it inc 1 ' ton pn krr s.
ST MAKY'ri ti.Hiun' sh.i-l t.u- nuic3 at
( r.i'w !iii wa upr m 1 .
Ill 1'HH I . :i nrgr.'. ws l;.ingc 1 at i!en-
thira t' : .isaiiilin: iLmlil n .
JIM THtMS. a nenn w a- 1m inir trird it
I vlf r on a capital w ith.Mit hrm pn sent.
A I.I KIAN - 'ns.n detained hv the intii-.itr.i-tii-ti
.intii -: it; at .alestou u.ts tun.-. I of
trai .') mi ia
A I' K "M of t. Loiisans ubo were lot in
tt.r iih mi ii tains of Wcxico i r-Turnt d it t I
! l:K II lll'SHIfT wrptr of t'-c aRnrtt'-t-nal
a:ul h.rtnultural exiiihit at the an
. 1 1 1 . n i i tair
Till pfi.Mi'l-TK 1 inspector's fU-panniciit at
nstiii rtceivrd n of the theft of slumps
at Gatnf i .iih! M xia.
JAMVS HETTI1 api-onit.-l assM.mt to
the pivuial manari t f the Texas tit i
C. K Dl'NI.Al stated that the t ommishmn s
M-pm iatr 1 need (or additional irc?mc iv
I r U .ep. rte.l that R S. Taliaferro an
rpiil a .unil.inl o (lr eland f'hn. had
1 rn dirt W mik I1)- accounts of I lie lit ow tis-
N.-V I II IN Al. kaiiur. N York 4 H..Hm I;
lli.mklyn 1. l'hiU.lrlpfnA I)
Kl! SMITH if l.jlvnt and Waller Cripoil
tit Ueaunioiil wrclUd to a fraw.
11AHNY I'l l 1 1 M nan utainf.l by the Na-
tional lrai;ur .lltctors; thr New 'orkt lil-
ca.i ftanir is a tic.
T1IK WINNhRS at San Anlnnin rrr iniri
Mrailnw. l.rna l.ca.h l.rrna.lr. Mi;
T.psy and Joslr's Icwrl.
nl THOl T won tin Anir-ir.m IraRiie prtui.int
lv ku.Mrking White out -t llir ln.x in the
ftmt inninjj ami shutting out the liitc Sox.
AM1HK AN Iracnr rrnihs: Irtmit 7. Chi.
-RK" 'asluiiHi.n S. rhila.lel(4iia 2. Bos-
ton II. New York S Cleveland . St.
CORN oats and pntaiiiioti were weak.
W IIICAT I'KICKS at ( hicano declined M
THK COI'l KK market held in opening nain ol
TMK M'AY YORK cotton market advanced
T1IF. C)TTON aeed o market was easier;
Octoher 3HVtll 3y.
MI'Cll nervnnnnea was inanif sled in the
New York sl.M-k niaiket.
UllFINKP SI'CAH was dull and nn. h.m(re.l.
Till-. I'OKT WORTH catllc market. IoIIowiiik
the lead of other pninU declined.
DKKllS fileil (or record amounted to ISa.L'l'".
ORDKRS were placed (or the No-Tin Oh hall
THIS YI.AR S session of the Tenaa I)entl
C.KRMAN lAY was olserved by a celebration
4 Turner hall.
COMMIT! C.hS fr Trarclmf Men s Day at
the Carnival wrre filled.
IT WAS stated thai farmer riliaent of Mis-
souri will orpaniae a club.
A NCMHKR n( meetings to he held during
Carnivnl week were announcrd.
TIIE tNSTlTlltli program for city teachers
was announced by Superintendent Horn.
HUM ICR CONNOR aged ! years was danger.
onaly stabbed by an d year old achoolmate.
PARK KEEPERS were pestered with negroes.
who insisted on th same privilege as whits
A CONTRACT to oM t.u
MR. MACK IS ILL
LAPSES IN CHICAGO.
Resnlt of Fatigue and Severe Cold.
Will Be Able to Resume Duties
in Few Days.
AAtscoixttd Press Report.)
(JHICACO October 0. -Norman E.
Mac k i hainnnn of the .li'mocratli: Na-
tinnal ruininlttcc. i'oIIhjih-! ti-nlRht as a
rrsull uf fiitigu find a srverr coUI. and
Is uiidri tin- (art uf ;i physician and
I illtn'SB if Mr. Mii'-k '-am4 M.-'dt'iily
and f iluvv nit-inhrrs of the tifiiir
nirmic Nati'Mial -4iniiiiiU''c. 1 r. Kam-
iiuttJ -i 1 1 A Li.lit'-r hi:ii hitti'l was suni-
in.i::t ii n.t ha.l Mr Mai k was Kvifferint;
...r.-iik a:;-! nr. veil .-x Ii hiisi it . n.
i i- iii.: n I 1 !u- th-- iilnrss t lu a Mi-
i i"iis our a ml ; lit ti.iai ft! t hat thr pa lien l
wmiiM Im- atiif io m Mini- his duties in a
lew da. v
( I' a i i 'in: n Mai k an ied in (.'liica
( i Mm New Y ui-k '"-t ) ua a f - i noii.
WHAT L0NGW0RTH SAID.
Reporters Make Affidavit to What
Five Thousand leoplc Heard.
. ; n tst .
l;in'K ISLAM'. III. o. tuber '..-rnn
crr.HMii.iM Nhliitla ; I Atiifi. Wiirl h's denial at
ill. ti t:ali : Lis pri . l.h'V sucreHsl-.n
MKn v.r.u- In 1 1 1 m k Is! md "riday
i n :i!i'il roiisi.ii tii I !e 'oli: ! : m-i 1 1 am winj re-
pi;l 'I it ans as wt- .is drni' t 1 1 s . 1 ! r wn
h-H-d hy si'iinllMini hk 1 "'.-tins and
l!:''M was tli- nusuiidetsl.tlidi.il; as I ) )us
Itai he said
Ti.da v 1 u it im a I in' v i p.'r n're. mie
(.f wl.otu repn;t.'d Cm spfi.h for a dene--
ei ai i' pajx'i and ono u i i piihlican
papm . in . !e ;.ffida its whii !i n'Mtr Mr.
I .i'ii; w t h. af hrii't; im rodui eil h
( 'T;rr-s-inian Mi Ktiiru-v. Hp rhalrn.an itf
the ni'' line- riin'ih'1! (lhioan who w:n
h'ad- d toward tin W nilo lloupi- as sa -
"1 imisl IhanU thr rlialrMian f-r lnnvli-
in my mndidftry for nn offav for w!;i
had n -t 'exidrej).' I should u 'as
piled Al y rhaiiees (or thai ofiiie ex-
lii e.1 '1 had th-nixht a ood I i- kei fpr
the ippnldirans for the nrxt nnht rari
would he W'HUam llowiml Tnfi of i!ii
and I'M thr n't riht Vt-ar after ihit
Theodore Hooeel! .f New rk. the!
for ripl fears after that my friend here.
James H Sherman also of New Y-.rK
after that hut modest y pre ruts my
makiiiK ni'V further siiKKest tms
WRIGHT MAKES NEW RECORD.
Remains in Air Hour and Four Min-utf-s
l.K MANS. O.tobfr ti Will.ur Vi Isjlil.
who nn SHturilay IrM sinMinli.l a
wurhl'H rocord for an ai mpliHic flight
rnrrylliK no piiPPenB;! . niHil.- u now iim--r'l
llils Hftoinoon. wlion nnilrr similar
iiiulitliinR roinnlnt'il In tlio lr for
one hour four niiiiutrs iitkI twriity-slx
Illy lwt iirfvloiiH r--orl with a pas-
selipor w iih fifty-tl o mllHili'M rt iitJ thlrty-
fli'r htiililing was report- 1 to liavc !cn
Till. NdTSl'OII dlrotors lr. i.lnl to go on
a iu'tiiinirnt basis !ty nrnnop tbinirs hrrt-
II. M HAMILTON' hoiiclit 14.1(1 arirs in thr
W ill mm IVikins katu doni I. I Ni liols
A srKt.'I.M. mrrtins of tlif harrMrr' union
was arraiiirrd to definitely tix a ilosinu hour
for union shona.
I.OI IS SWKARINf.F.N .'harurrl with Iciliinit
a nrRro at Harrishnrs. .ai denied hail on
prrltminai y f anamination.
A t'HKt'K (or 1600 was sent hy The Post tn
the National drmoerati- campaign fund mak-
ing a total of S6S00 remitted.
CrOKtiF. II. HERMANN was siren a enlict
w... ... " -
airainat tM onuntr to Har tnc mle to'
THE TAFT SMILE THERE'S A
GIN GUARD SHOOTS
SUPPOSED NIGHT RIDER
Grand Jury at Mount Pleasant Is
Ordered to Investigate Threats
MOUNT PLEASANT Tex.it. October fi.
li. 8. Summerline who owr a gin nine
miles northwest of here reported t
Sheriff Sanders this niorninfi mat khuhH
at his gn shot three times last nic-' at
some one who was. prowl ins around ttei
plant supposetl to Im? a "nlgl.: rider."
All t he Mints missed their mark so far
as ran nei learned and the pa'ty oseaped
Judge Turner in penln; '..r dlstii-'.
court here yesterday esie.i:l char.;i-l
the prand jury to ta-rouKhh trivest i ft :
1 he work of niht ; .ders u '. . n-c'iii I .
posted notices for ti e Kins l.t stop opera
tln. .lude Tuni'-i was ne.ie In hu
arrslKiinnnt 'aiwl told the Ki.rd Jury !i
leave no stone mil ;n uetl to di.srovcr t!i-
(?uili " part h's
Farmers Union Denounces Acts.
t Houston !' f Spt t.W '
Cl'lHKi:. 'IVXJKS. intohei riodKllltf
t he.fusd es to c"ni''tl all f"! ms .f l.iw
:asne?.R and Ino.i;. uk th. i lit rider
r.o having if. ent:;. appear' ! .nd p-o t
ed rotii'cs liainKiV- -f the ! -i- v i .nintv
1'iri.iers" I'iiii.n iit j i-'ulm r '.nt; mdd
( m -tolier o ad.'pted : eolutl. .'ndenm
ItiK iiiKht rldtrs
Threats Made at Troy.
( li ni.il.
TROY. TVxiis. (1 t
l.iiV Hpprnrnl litt
v i M t I'll in a s T.l v
tir f thr pin. i
1 .11 : li-. a iron i In i
.tn. I Inlying rullti!
11 in s."
r A - N t t i idri a
Last i . i k in . i-
was p.. ... .I itr. tiie
busin. - - or - '.t i
" VO'l ! Hers
1 SUftel :..e
FOUR MEN ARE FLOGGED.
Charged With Enticing Negro Cot-
ton Pioxers From Field.
men who claliDi"! t
lti:iiy. and two i
KO-btwpns wi rf
yosterday aii.1 llo'i.
he.Hiise thpy ha. I :
r.eiiro cotton ph k.-'
'I he stranirri i. of
per K pounils. f:
ltrady country 'i
hete iemandpl hi
prevallinK prioe Is
dred pound) for pi
The noffroet are
'I Spria. )
' tober - i'wo w :ii..
io labor agents fro n
uroes who acted .1 -i
verely (logveil h. i .
rdereel to leave town
"emptod to 'nti r t.:..
from tills iccllon
" ol the n.-Ri s al .ni
Iransportatloii . 1
' pick cotton ui th
reupun thn hH-i.hi
-!ier aKCS. As liio
' and 6& onts a linn
king cotton the f..(j-
oi t he
PULLS TRIGGER WITH FOOT.
Aged Geiman Blows Top of Head Off
(. ; of Sftdal )
MASON. Texas. ' ' toher S.-Pulllm.- the
ttlmfer with bis fo i. John Ilolemus an
luted (ierinail hie" ihe top of Ins bend off
with a shotgun it I. is borne four miles
northeast of Mason .Saturday
Me was well kr.ov'i throughout this
tlon liecauae nf hi" religion fc.rvor t us-
ing made a pllgrlniaire to Jerusalem last
No Fever at (Jeiba.
(IloHjmn I' il Sftcial.)
NKW ORLKNS October 6 - Or John
N. Thomas travel. ng Inspector .f the
public health and marines hospital sorv
be returned from a three weeVs' tour
of Guatemala where he ran down somi
rumors of yellow fever on le. llr7 of
the Uuatemala Northern railroad. II..
traced the reported asws thorxnighly and
declared they are nmlarha; He says there
Is no fever that he could find In Ouate
mala. He alao went to Oelba to lnve.ll
gate condition there ant) confirmee) the
dlaiiinosla of the resident Inspector of the
one rase reported there. He said it was
a sporadic i c. ami non otheK had de
veloped Tha Federal refuiatlona have
teltdMd against Uelb o the extent
New York World.
KERN LAUDS BRYAN
DECLARES NEBEASKAN IS SEC-
OND ANDREW JACKSON.
Mission to Rebuke Modem Biddies
in Rockefeller Harriman and
Corey Quotes the Latter.
lAtsotiat4 frtts Rtpoff.
GREENSBORO N. C October J
John W Kern democratic cnndldala for
vice president in a spcoch here tonight
declared William J. Bryan to he a sec-
ond Andrew Jackson to rebuke the mod-
ern William Illddle.
"In Jackson s time" he said 'there
was a .(million In ihe financial situa-
tion of th- country In a measure tike
that existliiK today. A banker. Wllllajn
J. Middle attempted to dictate the policy
to Im- pui- :ed hy ('resident Jarkuon and
Ihreai eneil linant-lnl disaster to I lie i-oiin-ti-
Vu i i i im that vnu have power
to brli.u di.osier upon the people? Then
Wl' ime more power than any man
sllouht !avi ntid we will lake ji away
llotir wi;. .links -MM aiiM-.er." Mnol
y-r h.o !. -"I u:- ... Jm-ksoii
n: 1 i;'t. J Hr. an t. r huk the
Koek. ! i..-rs an l I Ian iiiiuns and the
i ' -
Ml . K. i ii r. '.at.-il the all.-xed domina-
tion oi v.- iinaii. i.il w..ii i :1 hundred
lo. n a:.. I lea f:.n a i.-.. sp.tpcr quo - InK
'A i!ll:l-i I. . e m-.-si ...ft Die
1 ' l-s el ol Ol .Hi
ll.r. tl" . -aii.il 1. 1 J of All . T.l'
Iowa Girl's Greeting to Sherman.
(fjreeeile! Vrcsi Kipott)
IH'TI.KH. Iowa. O lol.er - ) i T n
1 Hi yaii hiis the KreetiiiK Mint Mr.
!.. nii.ui .is in. t with h.-re. coning n-n
H e hp ol a pielly onus Hill. W hose
: i!:.n. . l- !i:lllll . sue ... I n
Ii ' ii iMent i. I!- . n Inline
1- : VI. i. l.lel.l
Mv .i u-.i; la.l.. ..-lire not koIiiu
i f t 1 r. i : i- in- 1 1 .1.. iii 1W in
N". r ' : ; lied .VI t . M.ei man
Giifiy Makes Denial.
( . : i J r e . i ' c . s iW. rf.
IMTTsr.i l:i; I'ii . i i !!. - ' M
lilif'.-v h;- ii. ole a st.uonient. In whdli
Ik- '.'f'i"ii denies the stntemenl. as
mil!.- v ( : -rnoi- Haskell. al 1k
!'' ' " ''led .Will the Ktanilarai
(III . oinp.inv Anion.: other I Ii lnKs ho
' ' a I'e ioie than thhly ears
Rhode Island Democrats.
i I . M V '..-ci KrpP't )
I'Uc l ll'l l K. It I lleloh r fi Te
demo inn- Sfil.- . on- -ntioii. which met
here Tocla. lnl"l s.. ih.. platroim of the
I'enve- .-.inv.nilon an.! pledged sapptni.
to Hr an and l. i n.
PRESIDENT CASTRO IS ILL.
Dictator o? Venezuela May Put in
Vice President Temporarily.
I -Jco I'rcK '-ecr.)
""II". IIAiil'i:. (1-tolHM- i" The Nether-
laiels go -ruiliei i was lochii notified by
the i; -iiimeni o I'nracHo tiiat the sec-
ond N. f h.-i I in is i-t- bad be-u presente.1
to .1 -epl. i. I il c Veneinelan uiln-Kt-i
of foielmi .i.Ttlrs. The governor
.i.'.l- ihat to- im-. i- Ivecl olfl. lai advices
i ni.oai. l.ii. I SVptemliei- zi to the
'(V-: tlist i '. .-mi. 1 . - i ( astro was serious
i i .11 and iluit Ho- aomlinstrntlon of Ven-
z.i ln wo-.'l pi itiK- be handed over
iiK.iln to ei.ei;( .oin.-z. vice president
r the iep.il.li-
T!e Ml of lll'lllsters has the new
..iimillon this iM-ni-'d under considera-
tion ' -fo. ii . ''ro Effort)
ll.l.KMSTAl' ci. ld.er iV The illness
r Tre-nde.! s ' . has been confirmed
P pii.i.-eiiKers f:-iii ("aracsa. wl'- ile-
ii.. Mm to I..- 'iffi'i'dig- from liver
tiitible anl ljclne irouldes. f'hvidclaru.
wagree wlic-iln i or not to perform an
Declines Houston Offer.
illrusl-n i .- T. iil.)
s ANOKl.ti. T.-xas. October 6
Colonel c (' Walsh of this city has boon
..ff. red the presidency "I" a big banking
ii.vinii.in at Houston at n salary o( liSUOO
p.- v.nr. Colonel Wal-ib has declined the
ifer. nreferrlng lo remain In San Anarelo
us i nsldent or the (fan Angela Banjjt aad
Tt-iist com nan v. . i
FRANCIS JOSEPH ANNEXES BOS-
NIA AND HERZEGOVINA.
English Papers Unite in Praising
Turkey's Moderation and in
(.Allotted Prtu Rtforli
LONDON. Oc tober . The second and
culminating step in the Austro-Bulgartan
program for ti c ag(rrandlerqent of them-
selves at the expense of the status es-
tablished hy the treaty of Berlin was
consummated tonight when Emperor
Francis Joseph formally proclaimed the
practical annexation of Bosnia and Herze-
Rovlna to the dual monarchy. The pres-
ent situation is as follows:
Turkey calls upon the powers to pre-
serve to her what thev guaranteed by
Austria and Bulgaria strongly declared
their determination to keep what they
Servla Is protesting against being
hemmed In more strongly between two
unpopular neighbors and against having
the Servians in Bos-nla absorbed Into the
Austro-Hungarian nationality. The other
powers concerned In the Berlin treaty are
discussing the holding of an International
conference to consider this most delicate
Turkey's unexpected policy of restraint
minimizes the possibilities of war which
is considered out of the question.
The English papers unite ln praising
Turkey's moderation and ln denouncing
Austria. The standard In a typical ut-
"We are sorry for the aged tmpeor.
We regret that so late ln his long and
honorable career he has chosen to asso-
ciate his name with a deal which will
go down In history alongside of the par-
tition of Poland."
A conference of the powers is expected
to be held within two or three months
If it can be arranged but no one Imagines
that It wUl undo thla week's work. Aus-
tria declines even to discuss annexattbn
and the most that Is expected la soma
arrangement that will save Turkey"
AUSTRIA HAS MADE A OBAB.
Sovereignty to Be Extended Over
Bosnia and Herzgovbia.
Associatid Prtss Refort.)
VIENNA. October . The proclamation
of Kmperor Francis Joseph will be Is-
sued tomorrow declaring the Austro-Hungarian
rights of sovereignty and succes-
sion have been extended over Bosnia and
Herzgovhia. All other provinces will bc
Informed in the same proclamation that
they will be in a special diet.
GIRL'S BODY FOUND LN A LAO.
Mystery Surrounds Death of Miss
Wooten at Dallas.
Miroiinfrii I'rrss Rfpert.)
OAI.I.A8. Texas. October (.-Floating
face downward and In a badly decom-
posed condition the body of Miss Kuby
Head Wooten was found this morning In
tin lake at Lake riltl park by Trof. J. G.
Wooten of Parla her father. She was a j
student and later teacher at the South-
western Musical conservatory. The
young woman had been mlssiiiK since last
Friday. No theory as to how the girl
met her death has been advaneed.
Dallas Bank Statement.
(Heifen l'isl Sftctal. I
WASHINGTON. October The Dallas
bank statement allows a heavy fulling off
in loan and discounts but an increase
in Individual deposits as follows: Loans
.ind dieounts July 15. I11.0b9.9; Septem-
ber llli'.'Ji.91J. Individual dei.stH
July 1.'.. SS.vHi.Wl; September 23. tS.S.T.KC.
Tle perccn:aKo of legal reserve lo dc-
poM'.n In September was fcfJ.T? an improve-
ment over the July statement.
Log Falls on Boy; Fatal.
(ciurfon Pari Sfmal.)
PARIS. Texas. October (.-Dock Cooper
a former living near Slateshols. twelv
miles northeast nf Paris was in t Uc
woods getting out tie timber accompanied
ti his H-vear-old son A tree on a hlll-s-l-le
was felled and rolled toward the boy
who run straiRht down the hill the loir
overtaking him and passed over bis body
breaking one leu slid Inlurli stilm In-
ternally from wbieh be died in a few
Mule Bites a Farmer.
lieN.cf-'S 'Jf Sffrtnl.
MOl'NT I'l.KASANT. Texas. October 6.
J.din 1) Mitchell a farmer living one
in lie west of town was severely bitten
efcteiduv hy u mule which it Is believed
ionl ilydrophohla The animal was killed
tills ttiternoon and Mitchell will probably
K. to the Pasteur Institute at Austin for
ti e a tm ent
T and Free Circus tft
W Tickets Given " $
DaTly Post C
THE PORTE TO WAIT
On Result of Caucus Befo
Taking Decisive Action.
GERMANY IS SUSPECTED1
But Austria Has Already Grabbed)
THE FIRST KING OF BULGARIA.
Terdinand Has Assumed the Sever '.
eignty and Has Been Formally H-1
Greeted as "Your Majesty" " '
by His Prime Minister.
(Asteciatti Prtn Rrfori.) . j
PARIS October 6. It was announced
this evening that France and Great Brit
aln are ln complete accord ln the prmcU i sr
pie of an Immediate International ooa-o I
ference to consider the Bulgarian sit.
tlon. Russia and Italy are also In fsiTC V'
of such a conference and.( Germany le'- '
expected to adhere to the proposal.' Fur '"?
thermore the latest advices from Cons; V
stantlnopl" indicate that the ports will -A-accept
the advice of France and Great; "
Britain and await the result of this con- :
(Anoriated Prrts Refort.')
LONDON October 6 An Internationa '
conference to consider the BulgmrlMA f
situation Is now assured according bV-f.
thi statement made here tonight. It will'
be proposed by Great Britain Franss) ;
and Russia acting together" Instead ot $ f
y one power. These three powers krs?c -ln
complete accord on ;be principle ot aft '
immediate conference. Italy xls ln favor" .
of It and even Germany I lieeta 'tiv
Niws that the iNroolainaUoiiebAt ttu
annexation of Bosnia and Hengwrli
provinces by Austria-Hungary will be Is-
sued by tomorrow Is commented on here. -. -
Thls Is regarded as showing Austria'.
anxiety to have It accomplished before "-f
she receives the invitation to attend hv
international conference. Into whldh She v
means to go wi'th the provinces In her! '
pocket. ' . '
In official circles the statement thatjC't
Germany Is In any way concerned in the. '
double move of Austria and Bulgaria are
altogether discredited. "U
SUSPICIOUS OF GERMANY if
Russian Press Expresses Much Sua '.
picion and Hostility.
(Assoctattd Prtss Rtftrt.) v '
ST. PETERSBURG. October . Th.
press of St. Petersburg Is practically c
unanimous In condemning Bulgaria's; v
declaration of Independence. Only tlx f
Gazette a popular Journal written lor "i. '
the masses congratulates Bulgaria
The Slovo says that Bulgaria is pulling; . '
Teutonic chestnuts out of the fire ln m
risky game whtcli may precipitate a war
in which other powers besides Turkey and
Bulgaria would be concerned. This paper
appeals to the Slavs of Austria-Hungary .i
to bl.K'k the annexation of Bosonla. .; j
The Russ says: Prince Ferdinand in - '
declaring his independence of Turks:
has become the pupiiet of Austria-Hun t
gary who reaps all the benefits and .
haves Bulgaria to bear "the entire brunt'
of a possihle war. Bulgaria exchanges ;vt
the influence of Mncedonla for the glitter t
of a crown."' y
FERDISAND ASSUMED TITLE!'
He Was Greeted as the First King'
iAisocinltJ Prfss RfporH) ' v-
TlKNOVO Pnlgarla October 8. I in me- '
dlately after the proclamation of BuW j
garlan Independence at the cathedral ot
the Forty Martyrs here yesterday.s'.
Prince Ferdinand assumed the sovereignty
of Rulgarla The president of the go- ; 'A
branje representing the national asseni-v
bly. and the prime nilnlsler reprcBentlnsT i:'
the government then addressed Per ft'
dlnand as "Your majesty" and begged ef'
him to accept the laurl of glory as thet j
first Bulgarian king. In reply Ferdinand
said: "I accept the title of Bulgarian ftf-lj
king offered me by Ihe nation and the
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