The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1910 Page: 1 of 16
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A M MOWn WII I ' m IN
Present Holder of Office Declared Party's Choice
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I'Mti jklNG FIRST" CODNif
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' Opinion Hol(U Th Hrigit'Ballot
' s i Were Jlot Tunvered With Af
tat Invliis' toBiar
HAauwnd Btfll : Candidate. I
f MVev Uiom voters who Wt m J
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tkMt vlil. stay by m In tb gn- S
ral iltetlon by wrlt!n my mm
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-J ! -Madit oandtdaU - but u tba
2 ..( datoocraUe aomliMa. haTtns baan i
X.J- o dadared by tha oounty aiecu-
a ;- "i vut naka a cunu or
i a mdeh ot tha county u voMlbla
a " Mtrntn bow and aaxt Tuaaday.
to sea . my trteada and lnatruot
a . w rruk BojnmOBd.'
J ; Aadertou Ii Satisfied.
aatwaU aatlafled with tha
oateoma at tha aontest.
Aaaa rated la my tavor
mada In my oontet
I foal owjoyad t know that tha
eowt want tr-tha bottom at tha
SJtftlr to bla InvaatlKatlon. v
$i -fl at eaafldant that tha dsm-
oaraUa to ten of this county will
go to tha potla and eaat thalr
- btvQots for ma. tha domooratla
; nomlnaa of tha party.
"A. R. Andarssa."
o that waa '
sad iiafniiy J
f Ytihsrilt A. B. Atdarson waa daelarad
' tha damaarstlo nomlnaa for .sharttt . at
nsrris county at S:iS o'clock yaatarday
sftornoon n a daclslon bandad down by
jodaw Oaria B. Aaba of th Bteranth
dtatrlot court bafor whom tha trial of
f m naataat was bagun mora than two
By th oourt't decision ehorlff Andar-
on la tntan a majority of 131 votas ovar
his opponsnt. If. Frank Xanunond who
waa shown by th axaoatfer eommittaa'a
flguraa to hava iaoHad a majority of
: Aa tha tult af tha daetstoa Bhartft
Andaraon'a nam was earUnad to County
Clark Oaorf Jonas lata yaatarday Tn-
tn to ba placad n tba arfidal ballots
tho prmtmr which wara bagua . last
.night. ' ' v'. .
Immadtataly after mounting his bench
preparatory to delivering bis daclslon
Judge 'Aaba annouhoad that ho felt ao
fatlguad and worn out aa tha result of
hla long alag on this cans that ha would
dlapanss with th reading of his opinion
which covered fourteen typewritten pages.
ai.d announce hi daclslon.
"sty decision lst said Judga Asho.
''that. Mr.;Anderona' name ahould bo
nlacad-on th otfldal ballot"
For a few seoohds tha utmost allenc
prerailed and then Shsrtff Anderson'a
friends crowded around him and showered
him with congratulations en hla victory.
One spectator west so far aa to express
tlS feeling by slapping hla hands but he
waa quickly brought to order by the
TB decision of the court was awaited
by a large crowd of Interested spectators
all day yesterday. ' They began to assam
Me In the court room long before J
o'clock yeeterder morning when It waa
first mnnaunoed that Judge Ashe would
hand down his decision and again at 1:10
4 o'clock the; crowd. assembled only ' to
be" told that tbe decision would not be
' handed down before o'clock. Judge Ashe
however stole a march on the crowd anil
; '. than waa. announocd. - ;"".." ; j ?'
K . 1 retoetettWr OF OrTNldN' l
t Judge 'Aahe's opinion In brief. Is a
follewas.:.? m; i .iii- -Anderson's
majority over Hammond la
placed at lis votes oy tne oourx. -f
The gain made by SSiertff Andersen- In
tba recount of the Houston Heights box
-was counted .for . him. : ; ;.-..; v t
Hammond's gala as the ' result .of he
recount waa twenty-hln votee In an of
the other precincts which left Anderson
: with a net gain at 101 to which was add-
ed two tnore vote as the result of tha
. second recount ot th Heights preetoet.;
-. Judge1 Ashe sustained challenges to
twnyaix votes by Anderson and eleven
vot by Kammend Teavln Andareoa a.
not gain en thU score of fifteen votea.-.. '
The twenty votes east for Hammond m
the Iximaa'procinct were declared iUafsl
nd deducted from hlsjtotaL y i
The court declined t rule on the issna
t .;ed by.Hammond as to thj Huffman
M Tates -because 'any ruTQur h might
' . v made would not effeojtthe general
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i; court oecraen uw pe . irauu tiu
TEX WEATHER. ' :
ForacMt for Hooston sad vkinhy for Tsark
dsy Fair. '!;; VV'!': V . ';..
Temperature and predpltttioc reoorde far
lSoeeton far the trestyfoar soen ended at T
. su Wedneedayi ' "' v - '
. Teeipcrature Meximaa It: arinhsms
Frecipilstloa noae. . ' : '. '. .;
' WASHINGTON NowielieT .J.i Eaet Toes
o-Talr . nandey. and Friday; tight aorta e
seal wind. 'r '"j"'" 'i? i
. t West Twee FatV ThnrnUy sad .Friday.-
' Orliheeai Fau; Thanday and Friday t riaing
A FOUCEMAN was etabbed aad fifteen ttrlk-
en eeriously hart la Chicago during riota.
MBS. MARTIN charted with the" mrder of
aw daufbter Oeey Si Saead is aemg tried
fof Mnity io cwtriu .
DESTRUCTION of the bettlohip Maine was
by a fanatical Spaaiard declared Colonel
' Jasper E. Brady in Kanssa City. -
REPRESENTATIVE CHAMP CLARK has
oade complaint of sernicioes eoHtlcal activity
: ea the pert of certam Missonri poetaaaitera.
ATTORNEYS for Harriraan. Kwiag and Tly-
ler in the Illinois Central fraud casee charn
i . JadtBreggcaKyer is in contempt of the
euperior court '
REPUBLICAN MANAGERS In New York
aeve practically givea up all hope of Sdmsoti
being elected governor but hope to save the
. nniiinilei of the ticket. . -
JOHN A DIX denoeaced Rooeevelt sad com-
pared his andMPiified eonduct with that of
other former presidents; Mayer Gayoor m-
.dorstd Dfat and predicted democratic success
CHARLES R. ERBSTEW of counsel for
O'Neil Browne wes arrested for alleged
bribery on the strength of a story told by s
ftrror arte waa angry because of the small
amount received and his alleged go-between.
' a. ;. PoTeiglL ;
RESIGNATION of die French cabinet headed
.by Briand was surprise end had for to ob-
ject the elimination of ministers who. were
. not supporting the premier.
sa enthusiast is
ic--'Bu'd a; Pes-
h im ' vers . fiay-
a B. COLQUITT addressed
andieace st Seguia.
FRIENDS of Senator Culberson st pUaning
to srader him a banquet at Dallas.
MRS. L. X. HENDERSON seer Rock Springs.
waa murdered by a Mexican last night
THE CORNERSTONE of the new library
building of the University of Texaa was laid
. at Austin. . '
PTATE ENTOMOLOGIST MALLY hss tend-
r ered his resignataoa te. Casmniseioner of A.
rkultare Kone. . -
LOVE LETTERS altered W Seve Ven writlm
by Mrs. Minnie Lee Straight were introduced
In evidence at Wsoe . ... i
THE COURT of crhabal appeale admhted
Phillip M. Frrmln to Ml. who is charged
with killing two Natioeul Guardsmen.
AN ENGINEER and a conductor were fatally
. injured in a passenger train wreck on the
Trinity and Brezos Valley at Honey Springs.
THE FINANCIAL condition of the Weir State
bank was reported to be unaffected by a
- bank examiner despite the suicide of Cashier
STATE SUPERINTENDENT of Public In.
. atrucrlon Bralley esks for aa increase in the
appropriation for the maintenance of his de-
partment. !- .
SENATOR BAILEY at Fort Worth announced
that he would be obliged te cancel his Soetk
Texas dates awing to a meeting of the Na-
tional monetary commission.
THE MORGAN steamship fine has announced
. rtdnnjaon in the New York-Galveston freight
rates to become effective November t.
REFRBSEWTATilVES of the Orient railroad
at Port Worth expressed the unfavorable at.
tjtnoe of Europcaa caoitalists toward Texas
investments under existing conditions.
INDICTMENTS wsre returned against the
Hocking Valley railroad for alleged diecrimi-
netioa for extending credit to Sunday Creek
Coal company and denying it to others.
THREE-FOITITHS of the construction of the
-South End line has been completed and ttie
Houston Electric company management is
confident the new route will be opened to
traffic daring Carnival week.
THE APPLICATION of the Galveston Wharf
company for a division of rates instead of
the customary switching charges will be op-
posed by the railroads at the Texas rsikoad
commission bearing November 10.
Pi H. HARDEN waa seriously injured when
he waa run oyer by ice wagon feom wuhb
BUILDERS of "business men's" aeroplane ex-
pect to make trial flight tomorrow at South
HON.: J. O. TERRELL republican candidate
for gmeinor defended party policies in ad-
dress in Houston.
INCLOSING of Wonderland grounds for Car-
nival is under way; great assortment ef at
THE FIRST WARD Improvement club heard
committee f report on confers nee with Vayor
Rice as to improvements.
COLONEL A. J. HOUSTON prohibition can-
didate for governor will discuss campaign
tissues m Houston tonight
QUARTERLY DIVIDEND of I per cent wee
- declared by the Bankers -Trtwt company in-
creasing annual dividend to 12 per cent
A. R. ANDERSON wee declered nominee for
sheriff by Judge Ashe by ltt majority .the
. court ruling with him on all saints at testae:
JUDGE WILLIAM MASTERSON Is saf ferine
from an attack of ptomaine poisoning stro-
t posed to have resulted from eating oysters.
ALLEGED bone thief was captured by peese
in Houston after long chase advertise!. at
in The Post giving clew te hie whereabouts.
J. J. BAKER charged with H. U Ransom with
killing J. B. Breckman waived preliminary
hearing aad was hound over to grand jury
' without bail.
SIDNEY SHERMAN BRADY.
wealthy and aocially prominent family waa
killed ea the Harris bur a road when bis auto-
mobile crashed Into a fence and turned over
:.!.' " );-;UllMm. aVnieaI I VI tIfam. Ill n I 41 1 M la
Auiomoblli Qashed Into Fence on Harrisburg Road While Going at Terrific Speed
i; iOmturning and Pinning him Benealh ItNeck VJas Broken and He Was
Dead When Taken to Country Club Dated Mechanician Jumped.
Sidney Sherman Brady H ' years old
a leading figure to. business and nodal
circles In Houston and a scion of ons
of Texas' most prominent families mot
death let yesterday afternoon when his
automobile turned over upon him while
he Was racing against time on the Har
risburg road near ATI eh station.
Hla' neck was broken and ha waa dead
almost immediately after an automobile
beextng him to a doctor arrived at the
Country club. . . . - .r
A mechanician who was with him at
the time lumped In time to escape death
and Is now -at the 8t. Joseph's Infirmary
In a dased condition bat with no more
serious harts -than cuts and bruises.
The machine going at a speed eetV
mated -by the mechanician to. have been
between seventy and seventy-Are mHea
an hour veered from the road Just after
leaving a culvert a few hundred feet from
Allen station and -plunged Into a' wire
fence.- '' -' t ' ..; ' ' .
- Altpr tearing down between M and too
feet ef the fence the automobile then waa
headed for the road. As It tnrnsd. the
wheel skidded and the heavy ear over-
turned i-. V- '
Mr. Brady wag caught beneath the
front end of the ear. face downward and
with the frost eeat across bis body.
From the position of the car It te be-
lieved that Mr. Brady attempted to turn
the car Into- the road and had partially
atinmailaa' In Anlnsr an when tne. terrlfta
momentum tauaed the wheels to skid. 4-
WIRB ABOUT WHEEL.
A large section of the wire fence' waa
found called about the left front wheel
and this may have suddenly cheeked the
rush of the machine resulting In the car
turning over. (
The first persona to arrive on the scene
of the accident were U H. Dimmltt gen-
oral agent of the Texaa Central Coal And
Coke company and J. H. Petty of Kan-
sas City who were driving out the Her.
risburg road' In the former's machine.
As they came up to the scene they no
'tlced the mechanician running aiout In
a dased way ' while the body of a man-
was lying prostrate under tha wrecked
machine with the head hidden from view.
They did not recognise Mr. Brady's
body and could get no Connected In-
formation from the mechanician.' After
vainly endeavoring to lift tha machine
from the prostrate man they hastened to
Pasadena where the aid ot several men
was secured. ...
Returning the party lifted the oar up-
right again and Mr. Dimmltt -then rec-
ognised the body aa that of Mr. Brady.
Believing that Mr. Biedy -waa -ewll
alive. Mr. DlmmM aeeS -hlm la his
machine and drove to th(Conntry ctuo
where he had earlier In the day noticed
Dr. R. W. Knox on the golf Jinks.
Dr. Knox made a brief examination of
the body and. diecovered that Mr. Brady
waa dead. His neck had been broken.
After taking Mr.VBradys body to tba
Country club Mr. Dimmltt returned to h poet which became Jammed between the
get 'the mechanician but the latter wes
still dased and refused to get into the
machine asking that Mr. Dlrrrmltt ask
some one et a local garage to come after
him. He was still In a partially dased
oondttlon and bleeding from several cuts
but apparently was not seriously hart.
Mr. Dimmltt then returned to tha city
to notify Mr. Brady's family of. the ac-
The mechanician who gave the name
of Charles Dieks and his home aa Cleve-
land Ohio war picked up by another au-
Dieka an automobile expert waa
taken to St. Joseph's Infirmary-and placed
under the care of Dr. Kyle.' Although
there Is hardly an Inch of' his body Into
which dirt and gravel hss not been
ground. Dr. Kyle seid last night that he
waa not In a serious condition aad that
. he" would recover. Two cute on the right
wrist and slight cuts on the head. In
addition to body brluses are the extent
of his Injuries.
Mr. Dleke was unable to talk last
night but he did make a brief statement
of the accident to attendants at Bt
Joeeph'e Immediately after be was taken
there and while his examination was la
progress. His statements at that time
were to the effect that he and Mr. Brady
had driven the car to La Porte and were
on their way home. Mr. Brady was driv-
ing stated Dleke and tha machine was
making a rate of approximately seventy
miles an hour. Aa they passed a culvert
on the Harrisburg road they encountered
a strip of road which had been newly re-
paired and which waa "bumpy." Mr.
Dleke said that the car commenced to
Jump and he realised that the driver
would be unable to hold It In its course.
He says that realising this danger he
Jumped from the car .and the crash fol-
lowed a second later. Dleke'e Injuries
bear out his statement as his body ap-
parently skidded scroes the ground for
a considerable distance.
The ill-fated Steams car and the scene
ef the Occident were last night viewed by
many Houston people bent on ascertain-
ing Just how the accident occurred. The
car was wrecked at a culvert about U0
feet west of ABea station. After leaving
the road tha ietiiiaffi-
barbed wire fence en the south side of the
road and for a distance ef SOO to SOe feet
the fence and fence posts were rased to
the ground and are a tangled maas In the
front of the car. The machine Itself la
uninjured with the exception of the front
wheel pn the left side apparently smash-
ed by ' contact with the; fence. A feooe
: (Continued wa Pag Two.) t
body of the car and the machinery in
the opinion of automobile men who view-
ed the wreck last night saved tha ma-'
thine from total destruction.
n MR. blMMTTT-B STATEMENT.
" When seen at bis apartments last night
Mr. Dimmltt said: - '
. "I was taking a drive with J H. Petty
of Kansas City and had taken Mm to the.
Country "club and was driving out of
tdwn when we saw the overturned car
hear a culvert about MM feet from Allen
"I saw that ons man was lying under
the car pinned to. the ground by the
front seat Hla facer was undr the oar
and I did not know who he was. Another
man was running wildly about and waa
apparently out ot hla head for be was
unable to tell me his name or who the
tnaa under the car waa.
' "Mr. Petty and I tried to lift the car
from the prostrate form under it but were
uaablo to move it ao I took our car to
Pasadena and got three or four men there
to go to the scene of the accident with
me. . i
"As soon aa ws lifted the car I saw
ths Injured man was Sherman Brady.
There was a slight ditch where he had
been Jylng and his body waa tangled In
the ear tn'soch a way that he had been
resting on ills head until his face was
black. . ' 'iV 'j.'' ".
"I endeavored to ascertain whether he
was dead or alive but was unable .to de-
termine though I waa ot the opinion' that
be was still alive.' I had seen Dr. B W.
Knox on ths Country club links so wa put
Mr. Bady In my car and hurried te the
clxb house as I thought there waa some
chance ot saving his life.
TUNING UP CAR.
"A. doctor at the clnb examined him'
Just as we took him into the club bouse
and said ha was still alive bat when Dr.
Knox got there two minutes later be said
Mr. Brady waa dead. '
"When I learned be waa dead I went
back to the overturned machine and tried
to Induce the mechanician to get In my
car aad allow me te take hhn to a doctor
This be raussd to do and waa still raring.
being unable to talk about anything x-
cept the less ef his watch. .. '-.
"H regained his reason at short tntor
vers and during one ef these he asked mL
s en n e n i sw m.wh
rOK AUEGED BSIBEET TJT THE
. 0UT3L BB0WKZ CASE.
Juror and "Cro-Betweea" Were An
gry Became 'of Small Amount
Beceired and Confetsed.
Witaeised Murder of Hutband
BAN FRANCISCO November 1 Lying
beside hot . sleeping husband hast night
Mrs Antonio Valentino heard a crash of
glass and a moment later saw tww men
climb through the window of their room
from the porch reef. -Too frightened to
move or cry out. she watched one of the
men Steal UP to the bed.-deliberately
plaoa a pistol at her huebead'e breast and
hira a shot that brought Instant death to
the sleeping man. .Tha murderer and
hi oompanloa escaped... mv"'
I . nam t 'i .-r v.
Vf ''. V:-' ifalsa fVa) SpeisU' f-hZk-
NEW ORLEANS November . J. John
Devlin M. P- touring th United BUtee
tn the interest of Irish noma rule win
leave for - Oarveeton Friday mornlnr.
.siwwaww 1 thence proeeeding
JTour ' "J s-skiinf la ioui
(AuocioUi Prtts Rtpfi.)
CHICAGO November 1. Char lee B.
Brbeteln. of counsel for Lee O'Neil
Browne who was recently acquitted on
a charge of bribing a Bute representa-
tive to vote for Will lam Lorimer for
United States senator was Indicted to-
day charged with corrupting a member
of the Jury which cleared Browne.
The Juror In question. Grant McCutch-
en. and Henry T. Btacey. the latter an al-
leged go-between according to the stories
told State's Attorney Wayman. received
$150. which they divided equally between
themselves for McCutchen's vote on the
The first trial of Browne reeulted m a
disagreement and the second. In which
the alleged bribery te alleged to hava fig-
ured a verdict of not guilty waa returned.
Among the witnessee for the State were
three State representatives who con-
fessed on the stand to having been paid
f 1000 each for their votee for Larimer.
Immediately after the case went
against him Mr. Wyman began an In-
vestigation of numerous rumors concern-
ing attempts at tampering with venire-
men. A week ago he secured a clew
which led to McCutchen. The latter and
Staoey It te said disgruntled at the small
amount which they say they received re-
solved to tell their stories.
T STACEY WAS ANQRT.
' Stacey In particular wsa angry. Ha
had he said expected to receive a large
sum for his work aa a potltioa! Job; He
waa working on a email salary ha said
and rumors that there was plenty ot
money being spent in Browne's behalf
was a temptation he could not resist
when hs found opportunity tn the form ot
av frtsnd. McCutchen on the Jury knock-
ing mt his door.- According to hla con.
feaalon hs sought out State Representa-
tive Ericksen aad asked how he could
market McCutchen's vote.' Ericsson.
Stacey said replied that he waa not per-
sonally Interested In the case but would
put him In touch with soma one' who we.
.Soon afterward Stacey narrated be
waa introduced to Erbeetetn. Mean while
he (Staoey) had communicated with Me-
Cu token. The Jury Waa closely guarded
but Stacey managed to arrange a code of
eignala by which tha Juror would know
whether the ; financial proposition with
Erbcstein had been consummated. - The
"high sign" was one of the eignala and
another waa the word ' tick."
McCutchen' received the signals and.
according te his awa story bacaaae par
tisan at Browne ax once.
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I RTftTSTFTCAirr TJTTEBAHCE. e
Taft Talks of Being- Private 2
Citixen in 1914. a
WASHINGTON November i
Half In prophecy and half in Jest
President Taft today spoks ot his
early retirement from the White
House. A committee of women
representing the Sisterhood of ths
Rodeph Shalom (Jewish) congrega-
tion of Pittsburg had called at ths
Whits House to invite the presi-
dent to that city to attend a cele-
bration tn 1914 with a smile on his
face he eliminated himself from a
second term consideration by re-
plying:' "In 1914 I will probably
be your neighbor living In Cincin-
nati; I will try to run over and see
The committee asked the presi-
dent to recommend to congress
the desirability of commemorating
100 years of peace with England
by Inviting participation tn a suit-
able celebration by Great Britain
and Canada. Pittsburg has al-
ready determined to celebrate the
' ' . VOTED FOR ACQUITTAL. . fr
He voted for acquittal on tha first bal-
lot and' argued wtth-othera to bring them
to his side.: fa tact he la alleged to have
been quite enthusiastic as a proselyte.
4 When tha time cam to realise an Mo
Cutohen'a alleged perfidy- the Utter and
Stacey went to ErbetobVa otOoe. They.
thought there would be at least MOM In"
cash and easy Jobs In It and. according
to Btacey. they could scarcely believe
their eye when the lawyer gave them
only $100. Later they state he gave
them $0 more. ' -
Staoey testified before the grand Jury
that he had mada nearly ninety visits to
the lawyer e office looking for money and
the Jobs. Some times be said. Erbestein
Sometimes hs was told "things have
jiot been fixed up" or eome omer excuse.
Cmce he was given $19 to toko a trip to
Springfield to see a certain party soosia
position. No euccess. There was a talk
about a place In the oounty building but
this also came to naught.
Finally Stacey waa told that the $3M
was all there waa in it for them. He waa
wroth. McCutchen demurred to taking
the etory to the-State'e attorney but
Staoey ssld he would go alone. Mc-
Cutchen then reluotantly agreed to act
HEARING1 OF EVIDENCE.
The grand Jury began hearing wit-
nesses nearly a week ago. One piece of
testimony was to the effect that ten of
the Jurors shortly after the verdict was
declared wined and dined sumptuously.
They "chipped In" to pay the bills which
were heavy. .
Two witnesses todsy are said to have
corroborated Staoey In part The latter
etated that after receiving the first in-
stallment of tha alleged bribe he bought
himself a suit of dothee et a west side
Store. Two clerks from this store were
heard today and are said to have identi-
fied Btacey and the garments which he
Tne Indictment was not unexpected by
Mr Erbetetn. He declared that Wayman
had been trying to "get' hint for years
and that the Indictment waa merely an
Incident of persecution by the Bute's at-
torney. . . 1
v . ' JTo BeTohtion in Spain.
" ' - - ' ! Ud4 Prtu Krsert.)
MADRID November . The republi-
cans have mada aa attempt to win over
the garrison at Badajoee te the aid of the
revolutionaries. Governor Santo the re-
publican wba asked aa officer of the gar-
rison to Join In the oonaptrary has been
arrested. Senor Blasquose president of
the Federation of Young Socialists has
been placed under arrest for aa antl-
mtlttary speech which be made at a maas
meeting held to protect against the ar-
rest of prof . Overjero of the Madrid uni-
versity who has been Men tilled wua the
aaU-aaUitary eaunpn 4 - i ... .-:.
PBACTICALLT CONCEDES BY
HEW T0BK BEFTJBIICANS.
Hope of 0. 0. 1. Caunpoif Mar.
agen Ii to Save Benaiader
. (HotUn rtt SfM.)
NEW YORK November In so far
as ths election of Stlmson tha head of
the republican State ticket goes the re-
p publican managers here have practically
thrown up their hands. Th; ding to a
hope that they may be abb ta save tha
remainder of the ticket The betting odds
reflect the prevailing opinion as ta Dig's
chances of winning. These beta are made
not on the probability ot the entire ticket
winning-but upon the chances ef Dlx de
feating Stlmson. The prevailing odda
where actual money te offered ate about
SVt to 1 in favor of Dlx. . :t
The slumb In Uie Hearst vote which
Is evident on all sides rnakea. tha eler
tton of Dlx seem at this stage or the
campaign almost a .certainty. A The
strength of the Dlx ticket will have the
effect of electing a number of democratic
congressmen In districts hitherto repeb-
llcan. and it la likely that the lower
branch ot the assembly will be demo-
cratic after the 1st e( January next tef
xae nns urns in m grow tommy years
The violent opposition to the tntrualen
Into the campaign of Rooeevelt and) his
methods has alienated Trom the : Sup-
port or the republican ticket the vary men
who have heretofore been relied upon to
furnish the financial sinews of war" Tha
giant corporations centered In : Wall
street which have frequently In the past
been able to turn an election In fever of
the republicans are. supplying tha money
with which to bring about the defeat
and the humiliation of Jtoooaveit In the
hope that nothing more will be heard ot
htm tor some time after the polls close
next Tuesday. . - ".; t -?'.'. ;
That the Nsw York State political situa
tion la more a National than a local is
sue end that In this belief he Is conduct
Ing his entire campaign waa the state-
ment of John A. Dix democratic candi-
date made to a New York World reporter
tonignt . r. .
. NO PARTY UNESL '
"There are ao party lines In this fight"
said the democratic candidate. "Party
linee have been obliterated There la but
one Issue.' 1
"Whet to that?
"The Issue Is constitutional" Mr.. Dtx
said. ." .';'.'
"Do you mean Colonel Roosevelt T" a
That la not Just ths way I put tha
case." said Mr. Dlx. "But yoa can see
tha situation for yourself :
A special correspondent writing ta th
Ervenlng Post from Vtica finds the po-
litical situation In Oneida county much
romnlicated by reason of the bitter fac
tional war between' the German and
Roossveit repuojioans. as a reaun a so'
The Herahi is conducting a straw vote'
wn in w . vav . .vwv. .
TAiaJ vnta taken! tTS: vote for Dix. Ias7:
vote for Stlmson. Til; former republicans
voting tor Dlx 74: former enKcrats vet-
'BltW PUBJwa - ; ; ; i . . -
Vf IH'.IT H. J . AT. j ' .
DIX OUTLINED THE
Ikmdcradc Nominee for Governor of Nev;Yc.
Characterized Roosevelt as Falsifier. n
-'. ' '- V'Sv. . ' i ' ; . ' k '''' ' ' ' ' ;-' :
luAUt LUAlr AKliU. .
BT ATT0BHXT8 XH L C. fBATJD
CASE AGADTST JUDGE. '
JHoldinf of ' TJepeadeats ;. to Grand
Jurj Ii Contrary th Superior .
; Court Order Ii AJlejed.. '.'
: :' r?.j'-!'''-' . -
Utntiefi Prut XHJ : c
CHICAGO November I The prosecu
tion of Frank B. Harrinaan Chariea I
Ewing and J. M. Taylor former ininola
Central offldats charged with conspiracy.
advanced a point here today- whan Judge
Bruggetneyer. who has been hearing the
cas In .the municipal court ordered the)
defendants held to the grand Jury. Im
mediately following tMa attorneys for tha
defense obtained a writ of habeas cor-
pus from the superior court on a petition
tn which It wee alleged the action of
Judge Bruggemeyer waa la eotftempt of
previous writ issued by the superior
court. October' ZV-and which ta set for
hearing for- nest Saturday morning.
Ths hearing en the second - petition also
waa. set for next Saturday j.-'v ' T'
The first petition for a writ of habeas
carpus .was filed Immediately after all
the evidence tn the conspiracy charge
was heard. It was granted en .the plea
that Judge Bruggemeyer was prejudiced
and has refused a change of venue. To-
day's petition contained tha added charge
that the municipal court had acted In.
contempt. The defendants : gavs ; new
bonds at SUMO saoh before Judge Cnet-
laia in the superior court. - . : " l
"This actloB today perfectly nullifies
the action 'of Judge Bruggemeyer in
holding the three defendants to the grand
Jury' declared . Attorney John T. Tar
rell of counsel tor the defense. "It does
not however! prevent- State Attorney
Wayman from' presenting the cases to
thet grand Jury." 1 '' 'i -' :'
In the arguments which were eotnpietea
before Judge Bruggemeyer today counsel
for the defease assarted no ease had been
made against their eUsnto They effwred
no plrset evidence.. ' . '. - -
Tha spectre enarge an wnicn uw unxw
men are held to tha grand Jury te con
spiracy to obtala money by -falsi
- . s : . - a .-. . . - -! v v
zu.ia. liiusawuseyef In "holding the
lenoants te oe stwa jwry
evidence had been sufficient to prove a
conspiracy. -uf- . w
t'. Waati Seereti' aWeeei;;
1 ' MANAGUA Nicaragua.- November 1-M
provisional Presideht Estrada has sent
a telegraphic message to Benor Arellaae
the repreeentaUve of the provlstonsl gov-
ernment at Washington taurtruettng him
to request tha release by the American
government of H. N. SecreeVwho was
arrested a short time ago hi Chicago In
connection with the printing ef eeunter-
aoien. ... : .
Cf His vCondactvandlOiL::
Former Presidents. '
as A signal "WARt;::;
To AobUIoaa men 171112
Democratic Victory We S.LV
"to? - s' 'h;
MAYOR GAYN0R INDORSED IZ
Commended tie Tioket lad Tredic
i ed Xte' Soece$-yntt Exposed
u Qoveraor. yu:i-
i CffjHs&'JVsai JTaertfl' i-Y :
NEW TORE. November t The dem-
ecratic State campaign her1 reached floo
tide tonight at a meeting- . In Carneg
ban. where John A Diav the nominee
governor made his flrst pnblta address I
the city; -.The meeting also served ea t
oecaaion tor Mayor Oaynor's long expec t -ed
formal announcement bf his snnport
the ticket. The mayor's voice sti-I lel
weak thls same in the form of a. W'
to the chairman of -tha committee.
' 4 The rally was held under' the au
ef the Independent: Buslneme
league and Herman Rldder presl .
that organisation presided. There
speeches also by Martin JL Glynn cf
bsny former Stat comptroller; I r.
tencthest W. Btreyker president ot 1
Lnton ooUege who ! reeently
that - although . a republican; .. h i
support Dlx. and by Herbert H. I
Buffalo..' ; ;i ' .. ' -
Mr. Dtx devoted the .greater part
M0 words speech to a denunclat
Theodore Rooeevelt.' He charged him
wlUfttt falsehood In repeating the a
Hon for Which Mr. Dlx in his T
speech deaaanded an apology. He d
that Colonel Roosevelt "because of -h
deems ta be hla poinioal pe-
the hem. eXrwcK hands end rr- '
iplaag WllbrTIl im R. Bt
four' years' - ago. KotaWVe 1- i
krsnded aa responsibls for the a.-
bullet which made him president.'
i I K&mJjiM- KTBAVAbANC .
Leaving the subject "of Roosevelt
candidate returned to charges of rent
Uoan extravagance. He promised that
democratks adminkstratloM '-would . relu
taxation and onoa ajor jBiaks It poss:
tor the "average man" te have enough f
rainy day. -H denounced the rep
II can policy and declared .himself tor
downward revision of the tariff.
. "this campaign." " said Mr. '; Dlx '
felt Nicaragua five-pesos aob
Sixteen Injiired 0hjsi$0&
:: Rioting Garment
CHICAGO November a 43rtm specters
ot the days of ths Haymarket riot haunt-
mi chicas-o's streets for a brief time late
tble afternoon when Inspector 8. K. Healy .
and a squad of sixty policemen .wwn
drawn revolvers charged aeveral thousand
striking gannont workers who were riot
ing on the West Sine. Waa noncernmii
was stabbed fifteen rioters were ssnounqr
Injured and twenty-frr strikers- and
sympathisers were arrested during the
brisk fight which threatened to get be-
yond police oontroL' S
This the most serious oajtbreak that
has occurred sine ths Inception et the
strlks of ths 'garment workers occurred
at the plant of A. Lott cY Co. at .West
Ohio sad Bockerdik streets. Before the
notice arrived the strikers had broken all
Vhe windows in ths targe bulWInf acea.
ted by the clothing manufacturers had
driven strikebreakers out and carried a
larce number ot sewmg machines into
the streets where the machines were de-
stroyed. ' '.'
A DE8PERATE FIOHT.
' The strikers aad their followers put np
desperate fight for a time. Many of
'their b umber Ware knocked down by.the
clubbing ot the police and not a few
were trampled upon tn the lighting which
followed Bleeding heads and faces wera
numerous and a number of persons suf-
fered mote serious Injuries. - rv '
When pckets gained entrance to the
tailoring establishment as the mob of
strikers approached the building some
of the employee ot the company joined
the strikers and re said to nave assisted
In pulling macklnea. from the floors and
also In. ether destruction. Men. and
women weraVwrUng atones and bricks
through the windows at the plant whan
Inspector Heaty and hla-aquad of re-
gerves arrived. The Inspector experienced
difficulty in gwttlng together the dtoer
ganlsed farce a poUoemen' which had
borne the brunt of the - early tigbUng.
When he had done however the po-
hcemea charged through .the center ot
the ' tmOC tooekinif down aQ fn " the'
way. .:C.:;v;:'' .' ' 'v '
SERIOUS TROUBLE ! EXPECTED.
;A a result ef todss's deveJonrnents la
the strike situation cKist'of PoHee stew
ard tonight organised V force of his In-
spectors and Issued a apclal net at emer-
geacy orders to hispecters captains sr.
UeutenanU la Jh various polloa depart-
tnanta :irher the xiotnWrer acumel
- I'-vt-- "' -x-.nr. e
The attitude of the police Indicate
much more serious trouble la ex
wlthfn the next twenty-four1 hour
pMparatlons are aelng made for 1.
cellist In reserrea from utrylng
Hons and mobilising a large force c
Itcemen and detecUree tn ths oowj
district at abort noUcev1 h
;- Strikers - tonight held a dosen 1
attended - meetings and agitators
active" in urging the strikers to t
disorder. .Meanwhile various club -wh
have Interested " thcmselrea
cause of the girt garment worker
urging their followers to refrain -fro
action which might Injure their ce
their opportunity for securing a f
eettlement at the strike. .- . .
Mayor Buss. It waa learned v
asked for a permit to allow 'a 4-'
19.009 persons aa ... denwastrati
striking garment workers an
friend. :v- .t""';'.
. They expect the appeal will be r
tn which event another appeal
made Just before .the Impend!
tion. .v tftifi M r:Jv'- ';: -
Chief cf Police 8teward declat
thai club' women settlement wo
college girts whe have donned t
of the workers win be treated
Bk 'any. striker. -l i.r .
f'it TREAT IX A1JKE.
The poHce have exercised i
stralnt' In bandUrul the erowrls'
dared "and will continue to r;
the society worsen and aoc!. l
who hops to Intimidate the ;
on the wrong track. If they t
deriy they will be arrested."
It Is said to be ons of the r
these sort sty pickets1 to . sub
rest In order to discredit. ' t
whom they accuse of- brutallt
frig their own tanooenc. of tr
the taw. :tiX"'.K'&i
. The entire iwserva force' c
Chicago avenue nolle station
to quell a '. rlqt of '. t90. per.
West Bids. I. A Mosen aireets
Josle Mlelerwski. a U-yeer
aae et the sosterioue riot
tack was- mada upon th r
Nathan Fischer. ; She
of other were arrested.
. At the word "qterge!" f
the glri is said to have s
gether men; charge t
striker responded to t
the biuecoats. - The 1
elubs and graduaiiy
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