The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 1, 1912 Page: 1 of 16
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HOUSTON. TEXAS SATDRDAY. JUNE 1; 1912. ! PBICE 5 CENTS
"BERT THEY ARE ON
TO US" SAID DARRO W
Attorney's Former Hencnman Told About Al-
leged Bribing' of iuror Lockwood.'
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r. inf. .-?
Determined to Maintain Uppers Hand ;TI:
Whether Presidency Is Landed xt KoL
' 1 - f . : 27TH "YEAII.7 TtV '
aV. av V
PURSE WAS HELD
BY THIRD PARTY
And $4000 in Cold Cash
Was the Price.
UNFRIENDLY JURORS 1
SPOTTED IN ADVANCE
After Hi Arrest Witsess Seid Bar
row Agreed to Pay1 Him. $2000
to Plead Guilty and Say
(Associated Press Report.)
tXS ANGELES May 31. "Bert.
We on to us."
These were tlic words Clarence S. Dar-
row uttered to Bert H. Franklin a mo-
ment before the latter's 'trrest on No-
vember 28 1911 for-the bribery of George
N. Lorkwood according to Franklln'a
testimony today In the trtal of Darrow.
Franklin testified that 1'iarrow had given
him the $1000 which w.is to have been
given to Lockwood for his vote of "not
guilty" in the trial of James B. Mc-
Namara. When Franklin resumed his testimony
lie was asked the name railed to his at-
tention by Mr. Parrow with that of Lock-
wood during their meeting In a cafe No-
. vember 25. Franklin' testified "Wednesday
that Darrow had sL'own him the list of
names of the ninth McNamara venire-
man with the remark "That looks bet-
Many Conddered No OOod.
The other name was tha of AKruger
aald the witness. Lockwood aW Kruger
w said had bef n dlscussedby Darrow
and himself. Others on the lfct whij vere
eonldare(l unfr.endly to the McNamara
defense were marked "N. a." said the
.Witness Persons drawn as jurors In the
L tf- McNamara trlj 1 who were not considered
friendly to the defense were given notice
ID tltna-to evade service aald Franklin.
. '.rpb farrtinaii late candidate for mayor
beard himi" If accused oc Deing me man
who provliled Darrow with the alleged
Later In the day he heard the same wit-
ness testl'ylng for the State quote Dar-
row as saying to him:
"If you mention my name I want you
also to mention what you know about Job
Harrlman Brought the Money.
Franklin testified that when he called
for $000 at narrow's office the latter
told him: "Job will be here in about ten
"I reported to Mr. Harrow on the mord-
Ing of November 2S." said Franklin "that
Lockwood would call at my office at
about 4:30 o'clock that afternoon that
Locktyood and I had come to an under-
standing in regard to the security of the
money to be pel'1 him. and that 1 was
satisfied Lockwood would do what n
tiad agreed to do.
"I requested Mr. Darrow to get me the
sum of $4000 during the forenoon and 1
told him that I would see him at noon.
nd at that time wished him to turn over
the $4000 to me.
"Mr. Darrow answered that he would
try to get the money if he had sufficient
time. I replied that if he wished me to
continue the negotiations with Lockwood
I would have to have the money at the
"I met Mr. Darrow at his office some
time between 12 and 2 o'clock that day
and asked him if he had brought the
money. He said that he did not have
the money. I have forgotten his rea-
lons." Small Faith In Lockwood.
The witness then told of his first meet-
ing -with C. E. White whom he said he
had selected as stakeholder for the Lock-
wood bribe money. After he had told
White what ho wanted to do he said
"My God I would not trust George
Lockwood as far as I could throw a Dull
by the tail."
"I assured White that Lockwood was
all 'right" testified Franklin.
Franklin's testimony on direct exam-
ination was at times dramatic In the
extreme. The witness departed from his
apparent willingness to tell all he knew
to a aeeming loatheness to give evidence
concerning close friends. Twice he ap-
pealed to the court once when he was
asked to name a man who was said to
xhave offered a bribe to a venireman
with whom he was negotiating and
again when Assistant District Attorney
Ford asked htm to give the names of
three men whom he had approached with
offers of bribes.
For the first time since the arrest of
Franklin- and the Indictment of himself
and Darrow the names of prospective
jurors other than Lockwood and Bain
alleged to have been sought to be bribed
were Injected Into the case.
Three Othsrs Turned Him Down
Franklin said he had entered Into ne-
gotiations with A. K. Kruger and ha
had been "turned down" by three others
Quy Tonkin John b. Underwood and
Frank. Smith. The witness exhibited
much emotion when he related his con-
versation with. Kruger In which he said
Kruger hatf told him that anotner man
had offered him $4000 for his vote as a
McNamara juror. Kruger. he aald want-
ed; to know if they were both working
for the same side. He name1 a Loa
Atigelea lawyer heretofore not mention-
ed In connection wHh the McNamara
case i which drew an Indignant protest
from Attorney Rogers ' . ; -
Franklfc testified h had toll Darrow
afteV his arrest for attempting to bribe
Lockwood that had Darrow not been
present when he was arrested ha had In-
tended to turn Lockwood over to the po-
lice' for accepting a bribe -
'That was" asserted tha ' wltncaa
I "when I found that Lockwood had turned
traitor to me.". ; y .
' He all that whett he -saw detective
SUMMARY OF -NEWS
(Asseeitlei Prut Report.)
WASHINGTON. May 81. Et TAns i-oel
honrers Satunhj or at Blskt; ceolar In aortn.
Oklahoma Shoivers sod cooler Saturday. Bas-
IMilalasa Fair Saturday bowcis and cooler
at night or Sunday.
Went Texaa Local itioweri Saturday; some-
what cooler north. Sunday fair.
Forecait for Hmiatou and vicinity today Un-
Temperature and prtcipltatloe at Houston for
tlventy-foor hours endlna T p. a. yesterday
Uationim 90; minimum 74. 1
rrwlnltation .07 Incliet.
Sunrise today 5:21 a. m.; sunset today T:18
CONGRESSMAN RANDEU was Injured Is an
auto accident near Yoakum.
CLARK waa choice of Rhode laland in the
democratic primary held In that BUta yes-
terday. UOItRIS RHEPPARD. In 1WI. Qraynoa eoaa-
tv. attacked Colonel Woltcra. but had a
word for RanUell.
TROI'BLK orer Colonel New'a rcfnaal to fur-
nlBh convention tirketa to Hooaevelt contlnuea
to arouae much talk
OOVKRNOU COLQUITT spoke at San Saba
KlcUland prm ami Cherokee racelTlus an
unuaually demouatratlTe wekume la each city.
ROOHKVKI.T aoyered ott compromuw talk In
Oblo recanting deHtate at large and wires
ui Olita iuauoct Mml aoUilug of the kind
must be(loiM:. '
8KNATK paaaed the eight-hour bill.
Til K liouae pasted the military academy appro-
TH K aenate conaiderad conference report on agri-
cultural appropriation bill.
OlKKORK PINCHOT and Delegate Wlekcrabana
before Terrltorte committee advocated paa-
sdki; of hotwe b'.at creating legialatlve aaacui-
bly in Alaska.
JUDICIARY committee resumed Ita Inquiry Into
i-uareea araliut udfe Archbald cuuaidertitg
his eounectlou aid negotiations with (Jlraru
estate' for culm banks.
FUNERAL of Wilbur Wright to take place to-
ri.I l.ANO last of famoua "Wild Men of
Borneo" dead at Boston.
WORKMAN died as result of practical joke
being blown up with cotupivsaed air.
FLOOD aulferera In Louisiana appeal for help
to start life anew being absolutely destitute.
DARBOW'S former employ tnatllled regarding
me Driving vi nrut ukumi.u Uf aio-
FKDBRAL grunil .Jury Will .lnvtstlsats the
Worn! lu Sad- biVao Cat.
tqviTOs w. we luuustnsi Burners ot tit
ATLANTIC CH'T is kusy dlartuulni Chanre of
graft against mentwra of the city council in
ciiuuectitfj Uii (Iw let litis u( s; tl.tMHl.Outl
GKRXI AN and olfter foreigners In Chihuahua
pr-pure to leave tiiat clt.
UNITED 8TATF.8 will Investigate Orosco's
conueetlon with Uie socaliea "Throw lb
ATTKMIT to settle Ibe London dock atrlke
failed when none of the employers appeared
at the joint conference.
ADVANCE of lluerta'a army in pursuit of
Oron-o's rebels seriously hampered by de-
strm-tiou or railroad briiiges sud track.
CONDITIONS In the State of Orient. Cuba.
wlurt. negroes are In revolt rurnlslied few
past tweuty.four hours.
THE exroutlvp oumailttcc of the Trxu Bankers '
asf-of'inti(u met In Temple.
COI.ONKI F. A. CII.il A uf Hun Antonio was
rtt'Hvtl to citlifDMlilp by l'nBlUiot Tftft.
TWO Sweetwatrr editor cllpil to aprMMir bt?fur
llu nupriuie i-uurt to aUsfwcr to charuv- of
C. E. BAl'dHMAN of Rmwnwrkod win rlctd
pri-rvidcDi of tbe iVxus cot Lou gl oners Id
HEIJ.A TEMI'LE has nnifvl an cimittTe
ct'Uiinlttri- tu . arranite tor t lt ntfituliiiueiit
of tlio .'SUrliit-n next year In Dalian.
AMERICAN LEAGUE: St. IsOtila 0. Detroit 1.
AT Now OrloHtia two mi thorn rocords were
broki'u In Oliniplc tryouta.
AT riilUtlelnlila Cornell and ronnaylTanta led
In qualification for Intcrcolleg latei.
AT An fit In Uufts rotalned Mtate triinta cbapa-
pionnlilp In sinorlt't nuil. witU WaltUall lu
NATION AL LEAGUE: 8t. Iula 5 New York
1; Brooklyn t-S. Boatou 3-B; I'ltUburx 0.
TEXAS LEAGUE: Houston 4. Waco 1: Bmw-
intuit 2. Fort W or tli i: Dallaa ". GaIvetoQ
1: Han Antoulo 5. Auatln 4.
AT Hcamiiont. GroTor Brandt set a new world's
recr.rd pttrliintr twelve iunlnxa aft I nit Fort
Worth without a How In a lilt.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE: Atlanta 7 Mnntffotnon
'i iNt-w orieana a Aicinplii ft: Mobile
rvasuviiie u; iiiiiuiUMiuiin a.
SUMMER tourtiit rates
on all railroada.
become effectWe todaj J
SOI.THERN PACIFIC raltwi tti ralla out of
INTERSTATE commerce commlMtlon eitrndi
spfclal pri-llejtee to railroada wltlch auffered
(rum the floodw.
THE HII1PPERS' orffanlittlonR of New Or-
leans will lake ac t loa 1 u the cam of t be
torn tariff abeet.
HOUSTON In not placed at any hi disad-
vantage by tlx action of tbe steamship and
RKAL ESTATE transfers Bled for record yes-
terday were $3128T.
THrf CITY building records show that during
May permits weru Issued for the construction
tt eighty bouses.
AN APPLICATION for the appointment of s
receiver for tlie Commercial ilotor Oar eon-
pnny wis Sled yesterday.
Tllfc CITY has closed s deal for the Wright
froperty on Washington avesue for $laSU0.
t will be nsed aa s park.
HOMER SAP!' alleged to have criminally as-
saulted a young woman la Brunner wsa
given an examining trial and remanded with-
A LAND corporal I oa baa taken orer the
Brady estate adjoining the city to the east
aad will level up the lands; the considera-
tion Is $3)0000.
THE CONTROVERSY betwev-n tba
the Courtlatidt comnanr has been aei
city being swarded the atmat ssd the euss-
pany news aiioweu oiss.su.
I'NIONH are usable to reath as agreement aa
to which union should do.certals. work mean-
time the workvoa. toe Rice bote) building Is
st s standstill through aw fault of tbe esa-
tractor. DAYTON TO H0N0E WEIGHT.""
All Trtifio to Stop lut1! Inventor
w . i a .
.. lAtuxnttd Vnk Ktrt.) ? ..S: '
. DATTON Ohio May ILAtl ladoatiy
in Dayton will W taltod Toc threa iniri-
ntes beainning at t:S o'clock tomi
afternoon out af respect To tha mem
of Wilbur 'Wright? The-body of the iti-
- . I l ii. i n J
VHLUI WPM IJ3 ill
frnrn jo a. m.
Four Little Blondes Waited oMhe Platform but
CONFUSION OF TONGUES TIES UP
WORK ON RICE HOTEL BUILDING
That Two Wen
While the members of two local trades
unions wrangle among themselves over
a question the new Rice hoi ' stands
abandoned of workmen.
The entire work on a million dollar
structure Is Indefinitely paralysed. The
trouble Involves two workmen who ure
not greatly concerned one way or the
Other as to how the quarrel is settled.
The thirty men out on a strike claim to
have no grievance against the men whom
they are working fcr and have no serious
complaint as regards the particular cuse
Involved. They ail admit they hud work
enough to do and nobody in particular
The cause of the trouble and the pres-
ent status of the entanglement in thin:
The structural Iron workers claim Juris-
diction over the reinforcing material be-
ing used In the floors of the Hlce hotel.
The matter was taken up before the In-
ternational building trades council and
that body refused to give a definite an-
swer. A meeting was called by the local
bulldlijg trades council Thursday night
and that body decided that the sheet
metal workers should have this work and
that the structural steel workers ure not
entitled to It and that their strike Is un-
just and unwarranted.
The sheet metal workers were bidden
to return to work yesterday morning.
The structural Iron workers refused to
abide by the decision of the coull and
have taken the matter up with tlffllr In-
ternational .organization. The sheet nietul
workers are still idle to avoid trouble.
In the meantime the contractors on the
building must stand still and do nothing
They were not in any way a yarty to
the quarrel arid had no say one way or
the other as to who should do the work
Supreme Court Cited Sweetwater
Newspaper Men to Appear Before
It Eelative to Item Published.
(Houston Post Sped!.)
AUSTIN Texaa May . Another In-
teresting contribution to the long drawn
out legal fight over the proposition t
remove the headquarters of the Kansas
City Mexico and Orient railroad from
Sweetwater to San Angelo was made to-
dayjarhen the supreme court cited own-
lgSlcIchardson and Wade of the Sweet-
water Weekly Reporter to appear and
show cause if any tlicy have why they
should not be adjudged guilty of con-
tempt of the court and fined '$1000 and
confined tor twenty days In the county
Jail" therefor. The court's order was
Inspired by the publication of certain
comment on the outcome of the head-
quarters 'fight. In the Sweetwater paper.
The hearing. 1 act for 10 o'clock on the
morning of Juno 7.. '
Tba court' order whlctf was signed
by Chlf Justiea T.. J. Brown &ds as
follows: : : 4vt .ii.K' - j- e' v&
;-WeTta-;jnV bi . coaoa t tba khowr-
edg&aOf this court' that on the twenty--tourist
day of May; 1912. while the causa
ot feV B. Hove at kl va. James U Shep-
is..r mk fiiA r vt-i
J jIUII J1IUUIU IAT J1UIIV
in question. They did. however
contract with the union men to
"If we allow the sheet metal men to
return to work." said Superintendent
Hinsdale for the WcHtJake Construction
cmiip.Miy yesterday "we will Incur thu
funhor enmity of the structural Iron
workers tin the other hand if wa give
11. work to the iron workers in the face
of Hie dc lsion of the council "the council
cm and undoubtedly would order all the
in her trudeH off the work and leave ift
us Ij.'p lesslv helpless as before. There
is not a man -mployed on the work who
Is n.1 a union man and everyone would
he taken off the moment we allow tho
st r it 1 1:1 al iron workers to handle the
Inild ntally all parties to the affair
ln I'l lini; the structural Iron workers the
slh i t metal workers and the members of
the laiilding trades council admit anil
o.-u n.'iiily deplore the fact that the cen-
strtietioii contractors are being dealt an
in j 1 1 si i The president of the council
ihoin. w Weedon declared that the
quarrel was stupid disgraceful and one
wiiii Mliieh Ihe. council could not sym-
pathize. Tlie liiston- of the affair as gathered
from tin- strikers and the construction
contrai t us is about as follows:
Karly in the construction work on the
building H developed that tho relnforc-
Iiik material used in the flooring had been
I in 1 1 1 . I and put on the market uince the
last i on vcnl ion of tlie International Build-
ing Trades Council and was therefore not
Kpe.illid as to the trades Jurisdiction
A coin in i 1 1 ee composed of members of
the loeai ouunrll among whom were meni-
In rs uf the structural Bteel union anil of
Continued on Page Two.)
EIGHT HOUR BILL
Texan Ably Argued Against Borah
Proposition of Government Regelating-
I Houston Post Stall Special.
WASHINGTON May 81. While tho
senate was considering the Borah eight-
hour bill which stipulates that no gov-
ernment supplies shall be purchased from
nor contracts made with firms which
work their employes over eight hours
.Senator Halley today made his first speech
of any length since his illness of last
He spoke In opposition to the measure
but it was finally passed by a email ma-
jority. In the course of his remarks he said
this bill was an effort on the part of con-
gress to regulate A. matter that was pe-
culiarly the provtnce.-of the State and
asserted that' If. assailed In the courts
the law would undoubtedly b held un-
constitutional. "1 would not vote for a
proposition of tin kind even In a legis-
lature of the State" he said.
In Behalf of Laboring Man
- "Because I Would1 never vote to deny
a fuU-grown Ameriijari cltlien fh right.
to tnake but own contracts with respect to.
his own employment butside of those oe-
the Bunch Dodged 'Elm.
haxardotw I recognise the right of the
Stafe wltftla the proper exercise of Its"
police power to regulate the hours or con-
ditions of employment In certain unwhole-
some or hainrdou enterprises but no
government organised under our system
has any right to say to a hjll-grnwn
American vltlsen clothed In his right
mind thai kvn4 att beshall datsrmlne
how long M .tnajF ork. itHsi Una- of
tutelage to which t will never agros to
reduce an AmerlcftB CItlfl.""
Not Run on Eight-Hour Basis.
Ho said that the world can not be run
on an eight hour basis in his own opln-
(Contlnued on Page Two.)
Most Earning Capacities
Reduced to Zero by Your
THE greater the income of the man who is broke the higgcv
fool he is. '
There is no factory in the world except your own brain factory that doesn'tlay
aside a certain amount of money for the wear and tear of its machinery.
Your income has nothing to do with vour prosperity; it's your outgo that counts. '
You men of America will probably spend several million dollars on your own. per
sonal necessities within the next Jtwenty-four hours. That is what it amounts to in. the
aggregate and if you s)cud it carelessly the country is going to have a National head-
ache the next morning. J
Now there is such a tremendous difference in the values and the quality of all kind;
of merchandise in this present day that you simply can not afford to buy in a haphazard
It makes a lot of difference for example in buying
get a suit that will leave you well dressed for six months
months. And the same thing applies to everything you
It also makes a lot of difference whether the man youlbuy frpm is really .behir.
his merchandise or merely behind his counter. Aud whether you are buying f.
quality or buying for price the man behind Ids' merchandise s the only man to trust.1
But what you want to know is how to tell them apart. And the only SUT way U
to trust the men who go on record and ignore the others. V
The man who advertises gives you his bond of good faith. He signs his nam3 to
what he says. If he doesn't liv'e up to his claims you've .got something to; come bade
at. You can put your finger on him. You know where he's at. The man who doesn't
advertise has nothing to lose and therefore he is liable to be less careful of what he doc:
This paper today is filled with the advertisements of men who have; the C0Urag3 t
stanti back of their merchandise. So it is foolish to take chances when there is-not1
ing to gain. ' " ' ; v XvY V t'f
It is far safer to go through this paper now; look over the advertising news; rt
what these men have to say and make your choice of all you are going to buy frpm t
columns. ... . . . t u '.' V" w
They arc the leaders anyway in every line of trade.;- It
things they offeVwj
BURNS SET TRAP
Detective Testified a Number of At-
lantic City Aldermen Sold Hii
(Associated Press Report.)
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. May II. City
Councilman Harry F. Dougherty arrested
on a charge of having accepted a brlba of
J500 for voting for tha passage of an ordi-
nance providing for a concrete boardwalk
along the beach front designed to eost a
million dollars or more was given a hear-
ing today. He pleaded not guilty and
wn r-M In ?ron bait for U.c gumd Jury.
The hearing was expected to be sensa-
tional but few developments were
brought out. William F WaM a cltlsen
who 'made tha complaint against Dough
erty. said he obtained the Information on
which ha based his complaint from Wil-
liam X Burns the detective.
Mr. Burns testified he hid been sum-
moned here to Investigate alleged corrupt
act and dishonesty In civic matters. He
began Ms Investigation In April 1911 and
continued until August when he evolved
a "fake" boardwalk scheme to catch cer-
One of his operatives nosing as "Mr.
Harris." a New York contractor became
familiar with councllmen offered several
of them 15000 each to pass the ordinance
for the board 'walk and paid $600 apiece
on account. Latter Burns said the coun-
cllmen were Informed of the trap Into
which they had fallen. According to his
story all but XHii of them confessed and
returned the bribe money. Dougherty he
said refused to give back thaVmoney or
to confess and waa arrested is
RIO GRANDE STTIX EISINQ.
East 1 Paso Reported to Be Partly
(Houston Post Special.)
EL PASO Texas May Jl. Tha river al-
ready tha highest In many years has
risen over half a foot In the last twenty-
four hours and la still rising. Pan of
the Mexican section East Bl Paso occu-
witn -gardens is now ptwer water
rot a ..viiumlurt nf the Bievluauna at . tha
mtritiiinMwfcZitonwa4. C i town
hava-haM- to marva 'out tbaoAUaa'' ( UM
river's encroachments . t ' .
The river has also bogun to cut away
the Galveston Houston and San Antonio
railroad embankment near Xaoens. twenty-eight
miles east of hare -and a big
force of men was jut to work there today.
are) ttieste as
By J. R. HAMILTON
Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's Pkiltdelpht
Getting Roosevelt Utterar;
TO FURNISH ITS P0VD:
Moto Ag-ainst trust Xi Anticipal'
of Ultimate Manufactur 07 tl ?
TT. ' 1 . t
Y W. S. 810. ;iv.I: :
Houston Posit ttgtT Corraspondarrt.
WASHINGTON JJay n. Aettva work
haa been begun by ike- deraecratla eon-
greattlooal eampalgn eimmRta no
matter what tha rasnilt of tha prestdrr
tlal election aaxt Novembar'may
dsmocratlo loader ' of tha bout)
tha party will Da abla to retain-con
of that body. A moat vigorous oampa
la being ouUlned for all of the cloaa c
grasalonal dlstiiota with thla.and i
view. . " -fafcV !
Congressman Beall of 'Texaa la ahai
man of tha sobcornmlttea oti Uterat .i
and this year tba obliging ropabllca
hav made his task a comparatively ti
one. If ha compllea handbook cont'
tng all that RoossvalC Tart and I J-'
lette have aald about on another wit
In the past two month ha wilt place i
the. hands of tha democrat enough am
monition to blow tha G.Q.P. 'eiepha
through tha top of tha big. show ten
With (his Idea do view speeches ha
been made In tha United States aenat
by Senators Culberson Stona Itaod ar
Williams In which lengthy 'auotatl.
have boon mad from tha sayings of 1
leading republican presidential eandhin
and these ; ipeach togethaY with 1
msrous ones of Ilka tenor delivered
tb houM r now being prlntad as
paign omtitotmWtt .
v Tbarw- aw-now. JSaaswoarata-it .
publican on elf-styled ' "progres
republican" and one socialist In the Hop
of representative and than are two va-
cancies. The majority of tha democra:
Is so large that tha leader believe H
asuit of clothes whether yov
jr shabby for the latter thrc
wear from your shoes toyom
is" fair to assiuuo tlic!
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