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FIFTY-SIXTH YKAR. NO. 10.
MONDAY. NOVKM1JKK I'.HW.
I'JUCK TWO CFNTS.
ON EVE OF
Great Interest for an Off
Year Shown Everywhere.
CENTERS IN NEW YORK
Apalhy in Illinois Has Taken
Was hington. Nov. f. Official Wash
hi r-ton is lookinc: forward to the icmiIis
of the election in 42 states tomorrow
with many evidences of anxious mu-r-tst.
The president is mo.-1 largely c mi-
cerned in tlio outcome in New York
stale, where through Secretary K.-ot he
has niadt? known iiis attitude regard
ing tit situation.
Admit iKiiiucrnlii- 4.niu.
Although republicans are willing to
ailmit the democrats are to make gains
nvt-r t ttt-i r present n presentation in
congress. y-t the-y lo not concede tin1
former all they an claiming. Moth
parties have directed their final ener
git.s to states wiiciv the fight is closest.
Srrk Arcuralr Forec-m!.
Chirac0. Nov. ". Since tin dosing
of tin campaign on Saturday night
both Chairman Koeschenstein of the
demociatic state central committee,
ami Chairman West of Ihe republican
committee have busied themselves in
obtaining what they term an accurate
forecast of the result of Tuesdays lec
tion. Their estimates on the results'
IIh Onr rv ConcrrNMiimn.
Ko sche nMi in claims the democrats
will carry Cook county by lo.i'on votes,
and that they will certainly gain six
to eight congressmen. West asserts
the republicans will have a plurality of
at least :;r. ooo in Cook county, and al
lows the democrats- me congressman
in addition to .the one they already
have in the Twentieth district. It is
admitted generally the legislature will
ehet a republican successor to Senator
Party Linen OMitrrntril.
New York. Nov. H. Today will wit
ness the closing scenes in one of the
most remarkable political campaigns in
the history of the Knipire state. What
the outcome of tomorrow's battle of
ballots will be cannot lrt forecasted
with any certainty. Old time methods
if anticipating .results of the election
have been rendered almost useless.
Party lines in many sections of the
state have been almost if not quite ob
literated: political affiliations of a life
time have been thrown aside and thous
and:; of voters tomorrow will follow
their chosen leader.
Mill Speak, inc.
Hughes will address seven meetings
tins afternoon and evening in various
sections of New York. Hearst will ad
dress three and itossihly four meet
lona ( In i m oil Itrpulilit-an.
Des Moines. Nov. i. Iowa will go re
publican by ."in. nun plurality, according
to estimates and predictions of the re
publican central committee, and go
democratic by a plurality of bi t ween
L'ii.im'O anil "n.iMMt. according to demo
cratic estimates. Metween 2"i.on and
-tM.uiH) republican is the conservative es
timate. There is a iossibiIity of the
democrats getting a majority in either
branch of the legislature.
Indications are the vote tomorrow
will be heavy.
Krrp I p Itatllr.
Columbus. Ohio. Nov. 5. The day lie
fore election found many campaign
speeches scheduled, the fight continu
ing t. the last. Claims of the resepc
tive chairmen attracted attention, but
the apathy which has made necessary
an extremely strenuous campaign, was
Hill apparent and a falling off in the
vote is generally anticipated. As com
parisons will be made with the vote for
Weather Van Says Cond tiors
Will be Favorable for Bat
tle at Polls.
Warhingfon. Nov. .". The weather
bureau today issued the following ppv1
clal election day forecast: -.' ' .'('?'
Fair weather and moderate tpmp'Ta
ture is indicated for Tuesday geuetitty
over the eastern half of the rfcH.utrr.V
and also in the middle western iqj
south western states, with rain in T!iu
r.esota and Dakota and rain or:;siV)w
and colder weather in Wyoming -Kim-'
tana and the interior of Washington
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LEOPOLD IS FREE
Chicago Police Have No Proof
Against Man Who Was
FOR PALACE HOTEL MURDER
Attorney Convinces Court Prisoner
Was Being Mistreated and Se
cures Habeas Corpus Writ.
Chicago. Xov. .". .ludg'e I'incknev in
the t-1 i 1 1 1 i n : 1 1 court today granted a
writ of haixas orpus for Leonard l.eo
j.old. :m tested on the i-harge of mur
dering Mrs. Margaret Leslie. Tin po
lice so far have been unable to prove
he was cennecicd witli the murder,
and his attorney declared they are niix
tiiaiin:; uinl attacking J lie. prisoner.
Three police otlicials, a strnogi-a;ili-er.
and a no'ary jiubiic sat in Chief
Collins' ollicif for two lioitrs yesterday
'afi eriioon waiting for Leopold to ad
mit his share of the murder of Mrs.
Leslie as s"t forth in the confession of
When tlie st cond "sweat hex" ordeal
to which the prisoner lias heen sub
jected since his return from Wausau.
Wis., adjourned the note nook ot the
st tiogi a phi r - was empty. Leopold
walked down the corridor as if he had
no cares en his mind. He laughed and
joked with his guards in the evening
and 1ure no evidence of "weakening"
under the pressure which the poliee
have put on him.
it-ruKM s Ciit-mMit.
Although confronted with the evi
dence of st vera l witnesses who have
corre.hi -rated Nicholas' statement- a ".' to
his wanderings with Leopold the.'day
after the murder. Leopold insistej that
he would make no statement.
governor last year, when Patiison, dem
ocrat, had over I'i.immi plurality, decided
repuhliean gains will he necessary for
tiiirt III lnli:inn.
iinnanapoiis. aov. i ne campaign
tn Indiana practically closed Saturday .
night and activity today is conlmed It)
county headquarters of political par
ties. Plans v get ting out the vole ar.
hi nig compj ii. I he result seems
Se a question )f (he
n publican major-'
ii y with the congressional representa
IIun in II '.Nitiri.
St. Louis. Nov. r. Ke-Mrts from var
ious points in Missouri indicate usual
activity to secure a full vole tomorrow.
The republicans' claim of carrying St.
I.uis is not largely contested, but the
democrats feci equally sure of the
In I'.vf f l'.lr-l ion.
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. Ti. All politi
cal parties have arranged for
of their campaign throughout
i.k.i: Am: or nii.it iki:ssi m:.
Itritnldii-iiuw Claim f CiHicrrmii Oein
iHTal Scr Hit; 'ninM i:rr.vihprc.
"Washington, Nov. .". With but one
".ay intervening before the count ry will '
elect the f.nth congress, there is deeid-J
edly a general area of "high pressure" t
In the iiolilica atmosnhere. The re-'
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.1 ji ii.i 11 11. inn.
gressiuiial campaign committee, is this :
"The re-publicans will have a major-
Jfy of rS in the next house of represeu-
The anaiysis'of this claim from the
same source is:
"Sure republican districts, 222; sure
democratic districts, 130; doubtful, but
ST. JOSEPHS CHURCH. ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST IN
STATE, WHICH WAS DEDICATED YESTERDAY.
prohahly repuhliean. 1M: ill iiiht fill, hut
pfoiialdy democrat ie. 1:;."
The deinociaiic c-iiigressi.inal cam
paigu comtniilee has ligun d out tIT
deinocratic gains. Cliairiiian tlriggs
thinks this claim is rather too c.nisf i v
ative. In anahzing the elaini to show
where the gains are expected. Criggs is
ipioted as saying:
"The elaini of a deinocratic gain of
1 in New York is safe. The claim of
one gain each in .Massachusetts. North
Carolina, Kent net; y. Mont ana. I ' da ware
Rhode Island, Connecticut. Idaho and
Virginia is good. The claim of six in
I' iinsy l ania is too eoiifervalivo. The
same may he said of J ln claim of a
gain of six in Illinois. We will gain
eight in Missouri. Concessions -lie
made !o us of live or six in Ohio, lmf
we will do hetter than that. The com
putation that puts us down for only
one in Indiana is in error. New .1. r
sey is to he counted on for a gain of
three, while gains will he made in
Iow a, . Nebraska -ajjil.tVaiifii,-i-ul ..
Should the deinocratic predict inn of
a gain ol t. he reali.eii. that pati.v
wonhl have a majority of T2 in the Gmli
M:il- I'ilitK Sisnii-:inl.
While from a national standpoint 1h--
congressional election is regarded as
emphatically important, in some loc-ali-
ties it has Iteen thrown entirely in the
background hy state politics. Twenty,
three states elect governors; twenty.
legislatures; ten. minor state officers
or Justices of supreme courts. Okla
homa will pass upon her state consti
tution; Arizona and New Mexico will
decide the question of joint statehood.
New York state, with the light be
tween Hughes and Hearst for the gov
ernorship, has furnished the spectacu
lar feature of (lie campaign for ihe en
tire country. Perhaps the most nota
ble feature of the campaign in all its
ramifications has been the extent to
which the xrsonality of President
UoD.sevolt has been. brought forward.
"Support the president." was the bat
tle cry of the republicans in every con
DriiUMTnCs of Same Miml.
,"We can support him bitter than you
know," was the defiant answ er f som-.-of
the leade rs of the democracy.
President Roosevelt has made it
known to tin? count rv that he wants a
1,.ilIi(..ul (.on..ross. All hut two of
,j8 ra,,,nt.t 4mci rs have taken the
,, , fP,i,r,.. tu:- ,.r i,..ir
chi f. In New York the president was
personalty renresenu-u ny j-ecii'i;uv
in a speech remarkable in ch.ir
The president, will vole at Ous
ter Hay. IN' will reac h the W hite hoie e
to receive the returns in the evening.
in:-., mit mi-: si iti:s. ism i-:
:ifiiniirn in f lurk ll.-ir llrcn
.r-c-!ni-il In IJiClcrnrwH.
New York. Nov. a. Saturday prac
tically closed the. most extraordinary
campaign for governor of New York
in the political history of the state, al
though both candidates will continue
been a campaign of
tonight. It has
it than policies; of
nien instead of
measures, and it has stirred the inter
est, of the voters of the state to its ex
treme boundaries. For vigor and vitu
peration it has been without precedent
among state campaign and for persis-
t, ncv of anneals for votes by the two
candidates it stands alone.
National issues aside from -so-called
"trusts" have been entirely ignored and
stale issues have scarcely received
have been injected
from time to time
ami interest kept at
the highest pitch
for several weeks.
The official clof
of the campaign was amidst a blaze of
joIitical enthusiasm and rapid-fire ora-
I The close of the campaign finds the
political situation unprecedented in this
state and some of the shrewdest poli-
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" . r , ki ij' -V -.uiunu ""!
ip r - j ' r 'if.-.' j; ,
New t. .Tosopli's ChurcliJ
ticians "who have been watching Ihe
Itvnd ol affairs admit licit the usuai
sources of political prog in - ( (.ilia.it ai-.'
all but Worthless.
i'Tii oom: i li.i.ixois.
iiit-!i I rrviir :uitl 1 11 1 ft- t in I : !- ion
Sln ii l'!i ronu li.mt f Sl:ila.
Chicago, Nov. The a tun! work in
the state and county campaigns was
linisln-d Saturday night with mass meet
ings in all parts of Chicago and in
ninny places throughout ihe stall-. The
apathy which characlcri.ed the cam
paign in the early stage.; has vani.-.hod
and there has heen during the last
llllee weeks inlicil lllole It I vor and ill
In Uiis si ale Ihe only otlieers to be
elected this year are treaMirer. super
inti lnlent iif public; itist ruction, and
three trusties of the s'aio university.
Coiign-s:; ji iii.il (-lections will le held in
all districts, and in some the light has
he( n hot.
Chairman Wr-sj '.'.LUv'' rei'.nhl'i :ju
.-tale i in ral coininittr e :-:iid he expect
ed the tepiiblicau l.artv to r-arrv the
state by an o erw h In.ing niajorit.v. lie
also predicted victory for his parly in
Cook county, and nssi ried that tile re
publicans would cany a great majority
of congressional dist ricis. the demo
crats winniag not nnri than two.
Hay ':irr.v I I I1m! i i,-ls.
Chairriuni I'.oeschetistein of t he demo
crtitie coinmit tee. declared the demo
crats will surely carry eight congres
sional districts, probably pi, and iossl
hly II. He also claimed that the dem
ocrats will make substantial gains in
the next legislature, which is to ehet
a successor to senator Cullom. He did
not assert, however, that the democrats
would be alble to elect a senator, while'
West of the republican committee de
clared there was not Ihe slightest doubt
that Ihe succ- ssor lo Cullom would bo
What Was Supposed 0 be Ecze
ma Found Serious Disease
MAY CLOSE THE SCHOOLS
Germs Drought From Gdlesburg One
of Those Exposed Jumps
Viola. III.. Nov. a. Considerable e--eit
inent. was caused here- yesterday
when Dr. Miles announced that Luke
Frost had the smallpox, and the fact
of the quarantining of his residence.
It seems that Lizzie Frost, his sister,
brought the g rias with her when she
came front Calesburg on a visit. Mi.-s
Frost Iras been under treatment by
(laleshurg physicians for eczema, con
sequently when Mr. Frost, broke out he
siiMsed it was the skin disease until
examined hy a physician.
. lumps ( ii:ir:iii(iiic,
Harney Kasctibcrg, a. young man
hoarding at Frost's was ordered under
quarantine, but. has escaped and is still
at huge. The stale board of health
in:-pector will be here to determine
whether it is advisable to close the
schools and public gatherings.
ONE CANDIDATE ILL,
OTHER DROPS DEAD
Marinette. Wis.. Nov. T. I). Trotter,
dcnioe-ialie candidate for county treas
urer, dropped dead today. H. C. Hnv
ling, republican candidate for the same
office, is jn a very critical condition
and not expected to live.
H. E. Brown Chairman of Execu
tive Body of Northern Illinois
KEET AT MOLINE NEXT
railtac of Rock Island to Re Repre
sented Results in Diversion Prom
Principal II. V.. Ibown of the K ick
I -land high school was honored with
the piiiiion of chairman of the cxe-cu-i'e
committee of Ihe western division.
Northern Illinois T. ackers' a-'Socialiiiu.
ai 1 he con vent ion w hie h lo oil at Free
oil Saturday. The following officers
Were,elecl ( d : .
'r : idciil - S. H. Knincs. Froepoit.
Vice Pr si. but O. !-;. Tavlor, I jist
. Secretary S. F. Par-one:. DeKalb.
Treasurer C. V.. .loiner. Rochelle.
Kailway Secretary H. I". Austin.
I-'xe(ii!ive Commiite-o H. K. Crown.
Mini i.iaii, cuairiuaii; .1. .. .-a (tee. ie
w.uiee, and (). 1'. HolTmann, Lanark.
! rclin In Moliiif.
As was forecasted by The Argus last
week, Moliue was seb-cted as t!u jihn-c
for holding the next annual convention,
there being practically no delegation
from Kock Island, and no formal invita
tion from this city to hold the meeting
hire. According to the customary ro
tation of the association. Kock Island
was entitled to the next convention.
Winn it became known that. Kock- Is
land was not represented, the Moliue
delegation of ." or more t achers. noti
fied the nominating committee that in
rase the association cared lo meet in
this part of the district. Ah. line would
be glad lo entertain the convention.
This resulted in 1 lie selection of .Moliue
as the meeting place.
Superintendent H. P.. Hayden. who
was unable to attend, though em the
program of the convention, wrote per
sonal h'fiers urging Kock Island as the
next ire. ting place, but. as Moliue was
there1 in force, won out.
"WHITE F.TArVS CASE"
AT LAST DECIDED
Supreme Court Rules Against Those
Who Would Secure Cherokee
court, of Ihe Fnited
tinned the decision
claims in the case
While Man's case."
. The supreme
Slates, today af
of the court of
known as "The
The cases involv-
d long pending c laims of '',mii or :..Uih
white persons to participate in the dis
tribution of hinds ami funds of the
Cherokee nation because of marriage
with members of the tribe. Th re are
over l.niiu.iMMi acres of land and large
tribal funds. Tin? decision is favorable
to the Indians.
ARGUMENTS ARE COMMENCED
Attorneys in the Mackin Will Contest
Addressing the Jury.
In the circuit court this afternoon
the arguments were commenced in the
Mackin will contest. Hon. William Mc
Ihiiry opening the argument, for the
pioponcnts. The argnnii nls w ill prob
ably consume, until Thursday. Several
of the attorneys in the case are to be
at Otlawa in connection witfrcases be
fore the appellate court. Thursday, and
this is one reason for arranging tcj con
tinue Ihe arguments today and lonior
row instead of adjourning until Wed-J
nesday as was planned at first. j
WOMAN STABBED BY MAN;
AFTERWARDS CUTS THROAT
fslrs. Effie Baker Found Bleeding From Eight
Wounds Inflicted by Barney Rowland in
Fit of Jealous Rage.
SHOCKING CRIME COMMITTED IN THE STREET
Assailant Attempts Suicide
Siation to Give Himself Up and May Die The
Woman May Recover.
"Help! Help! Help! For Cod's
H.iKC Won 1 ioiee one help )i)e, my
throat, is cut! Ie tried to n, tinier
me," wore the scn-ams of a woman
that. rent, the air and aroused the
jle-idenls along S- entecnt h street b"-
tv.ein Seventh and Fight h avenues at
t;:::n this morning.
The woman was in Ihe street, and
had been met and shelled in Ihe face,
hands, throat ami body by a knife in
tue hands of a man whos-.e attentions
."he h.nl I'lpealedly ijeclilit d.
I'.moiiI Itlrnliiit; in tlie Mrcel.
People I II.-, he, j nut of hoilsi :-. along
the si reels, s. Hue of I lo on in tlli'ir night
lobes and lico, red the woman blei ii
ilig ill lie- street. She was found lo le
Mrs. Ftlie Raker, a wash woman, who
was making her regular Monday morn
ing calls lo people whose washing she
had gone for wet kly when attacked
Near In r in the street was the link
wagon on which she allied t he has
' he! s of eh it hes.
P.ecau.-e she had refused to longer
keep company with him, iiarmy llow
iaiitl. who rooms at 1L'U! Third avenue,
and a carp liter at Kock island arsenal
uri.iii.-ly attacked Mrs. Faker with a
knife while she was on her way lo se
cere seine clothes I'or washing on Sev
enteenth street this morning at Ihe
hour slated, and he then cut his throat,
fl.ilu the el't'ects of which l.e may tlie
Mrs. Faker is not in a dangerous con
dition, however, and is epeeed to re-
co er. Al l t r i lie c
a tit a v. Mr:
ll.iker walkod to her home. 17"tl
Fourth anna.', and llowl.md 1 111 for
the police siation. emting his thro.it
while 011 the way. Fpon leaching- the
station it was found that (lowland was
in a serious condition and lr. PiSilva
w as summoned. I ir. Snl.i w as called
to the Maker home, and the Woman,
together with Howl. int, weie takiu to
( ii in i:IaM i'i.i.i-n.
Mrs. linker nceived two sev re cuts
on the right hand and the thumb on
the left hand was almost intirely sev
eted. He cut her waist. She was also
very painfully cut on Ihe chin and sus
tained tlute deep cuts on the buck of
her Ii:-ail and liee k. I low laud cut his
throat from ear to ear.
Hum I:iiiIm ! for ltf i-iiKi'.
Howhind had bt en rooming and
boarding with Mrs. Iial.er, who keeps
a number of hoard rs, for sever. il
months and had been Keeping com
pany with her. He had however, she
alleges, abused her on sevetal occa
sions and he was ordered to leave tln
house two months ago. Since that
time Mrs. L'aker has been in constant
fear thai he might do her ami her li!
tie child Injury. Howhind has been
rooming at 1 1: 1 ' : Third avenue but ha-?
been keeping up his attentions greatly
to her annoyance.
Several wet ks ago her house was
set on tire in a very peculiar manner
and Howhind was suspected of com
mitting (lie deed. Some clothing was
placed back of a Move saturated with
kcrosinc and set on lire. How land was
seen very frequently on iht premises
at night, and il was thought by Mrs.
Maker that he is the guilt. part.. The
matter was reported to the police, but
they treated the afTair. she says, light
ly and gave to the mailer no further
ai te nt ion.
Xol AlllMll'tl in llT lllMINC.
Mrs. Maker, through fear, made un
with him. but would not allow him to
go to he r house. He had been in the
habit of sleeping in the cellar having
been seen w alking aiound I he.1 house at
night. This he admitted te Mrs. Ma
ker. A quill, was found on the baso
mcnt lliir a number of limes. Hal
lowe'en evening about N:l." a noise
was heard in He' cellar, and .lohn
Slrassburger, who rooms at In r home,
investigated, 1 lowland was found en
deavoring to conceal himself behind
one of the boxes. lie' was unable lo
explain his presence and was ordered
I'c-rNixlM in IIIh Allc-nlionn.
At 7:.'i the next morning, thinking
the boarders had departed for their
work. Howhind called at the house and
asked Mrs. Maker to go to the theatej
that evening but she refused ami told
him that she- wanted nothing more to
do with him. Judging from his actions;
for tlie past several weeks if is thought
that he contemplated 'killing her if she
refused his attentions.
I'liio l.n-nltn-' 'urll j- Amaulf.
This morning Mie uepartc-d for t:oiue'.
While on His Way to the Police
washing at a home on Seventeenth
SHeel. Ilowlaiid met her between
Sevt nth and Fig In h avenues, and
gia.-ping her by the arm, said, "Are
oii going to j 11 with me any nioie?"
"No, sii. 1 am not. I want nothing
more to with uii," she replied.
(lowland began culling her with his
kliiie, but stalled to lull Upon seeing
some laborers who were on their way
to work. Mrs. Maker succeeded in
reaching her home, and lr. Sala was
summoned. She was removed lo St.
A 11 1 hi iny's ho.-pita I in the ambulance
and is rest in.' easil today. I low land
went to the police station and gave
himself lip to tlie aill h'olil ies. lie k; ill
a dangerous condition.
Mrs. Maker is ;::i vears of age and
takes in washing in addition to keep
ing roomers for her living. She has
one daughter about 7 years old. Mrs.
Maker's husband left her several years
ago ami is residing in Montana.
Ill.xxl M.-irlvM on I Ik- l'ir-li-N.
The discovery of blood marks on
three pore ln s on St v em 1 cut h street,
in Ihe vit inily of the attach, indicated
that in In r efforts to gel away from
the brute, she had run lirst to one
limine and linn the other, mistaking
all for the one where she was accus
tomed to calling for the vvaMiini; and
where the people were up.
ROCK ISLAND TRAIN
HITS BROKEN RAIL
Score of Passengers Injured in
Wreck Near Ellsworth,
Luve rne. Minn.. Nov. .". Kock I .kind
train No. CnT was ditched running
from Chicago to Sioux Falls, Saturday
t veiling alioul sevt n o'clock, between
Fllworth, Minn., and Kock Kapids.
low. Two coaches were overt uriiet
and demolished ;md from sixteen to
twenty persons Injured, six of them
seriously. A relief train was sent from
Fsl In rv ille. Iowa, and the in hired wire
brought to the Liiverne hospital. The
train is thought to have struck a brok
kt n rail.
The injured: Charles Mowers, einht
years obi. Kock Kapids. Iowa; Mrs.
. II. Mowers, the boy's mother;
Frank M. Mrvaii. Mont nelie-r. '(.:
Charles Shade, president of the First
National bank. Kock Kapids, Iowa.
Philip Mat shall. Chicago; Sadie Kia
inier. S'oux Falls, S. I).; Arthur Cage,
lies Moines; John Whitney, Mock Kap
ids; Mis. Savage. Kock Kapids, Iowa.
ZEIGLER ESTATE IS LARGE
Total Value of Baking Powder King's
Property is $11,677,1-10.
New York, Nov. .1. The appraise
ment of the property of the late Wil
liam Zeigler shows a gross persona es
tate of II.t;77.1lu; personal. $1(I.IM'..
7if. The real estate amounts to $:!.
2s;.cr."i. making the net real ami per
sonal ?-.':;,27::.::.-f;. Zcigler died May 1M,
llihii. The widow's share of the per
sonal property is 1.S77. William
Xt igler. Jr.. the adopted soil, KCtived
two-thirds of the personal estate in ad
dition lo the remainder of the? realty
after the dower of the widow, $J,uti,
1 Li. is deducted.
Governor Davidson Worse.
Madison, Wis.. Nov. .". Coventor
Davidson, who was obliged to give up
the campaign last, week, and who has
been III with sciatic rheiimat i. m : ine-e,
is reported worse today.
Court Kept in Session to Give
Square Deal During Day
Ionisville. Nov. fi. Attorney Cen-
eral I lavs, democratic candidate for
coy error, appeared in police court thl;
morning ami asked Justice McCann j
hold court all day tomorrow. Hays
saitl he had information an attempt
would be made to Meal tomorrow'-t
democratic primary, and lie intended to
swear out many w at rants. The judge
promised to be in court all day.