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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, ArillL 7, 1914.
THE F.VEXIXO iimAi.n
OU 4. SO. a.
VAST VEST PICKET VOTE
RAGING I UiERlOOD
Mexico City Still Befuses to
Accept Truth of the Capture
of Torreon by General Villa
GUILLOTINE BEADY FOB
USE ON ALL TBAITOBS
Einemies of Constitutionalists
in San Luis Potosi will be
Separated from Heads with
Hy ltmfi Wire it. r'.tiieg flees'il
Jimrex. Mi'iini. Ai. I 7.--A
rcpmt oft'uinlly glcn out here
today stale that licucral a'abal-
lorn wa lighiinu In Hi" streets
nf Tnmpicn yesternuy and ex-
eeted i cmmic the illy soon.
i 'aim Item's nin.it u rcbl Hi
(ipiii-riil I'ulilii t!onaU, who
foi worded It from Aluminum
MYTAlolts COX I I I'M ISF.I'OHT
OK IK.IITIXO 1 TMPM
r.rowrisville. Teg., April 7. Plain
Ing wiij in piogrcss In the streets '
Tniiinbo lust night, according a
brief liput h received today by
conmtutlnmtltst officer In Maumurn
ilenorut l ulu i N'i r. I
;lt Vldoriu. The message said tbe
federal gunlxat :il Taniplcn him been
forced to ri'trt-nt by the cannonading
f the. constitutionalist.
The Tampicn federal garrison I
believed to number uhotit l.tlMO men,
Init II Ik Willi l be grcitly uiiuium
bcred liv the ntluckirig rebels. Item-
forcemenla from ."an Luis Potosl for
the T.iiniiliii federal have bean
chci kcd lit Ihi'lr forward movement
liy Hip rebel genciul. Current Torres,
aivording In the message.
Mt Vldl IXM-vTS TOIIHIOX
II V.H I AII.MI TO t l.l
Mrlli'i) City. April 7. All the
hcwspuiicrs III Mexico City today
published a Washington dispatch re
luting ih:it I ti-ii r Admnal Frank
Fletcher him advised the utiil il
artineiit thit the ne rlri'lilateil nf
the full of the eity of Torreon In IiilHe
the rti"uiiiVi uli miuIiii Hint the reur
uiliiiiml udviwd WMHhlnaton of tlu
urrlval on Sutur.lay t Torreon of
lia iierul Mitaa and (irnerul I'e Moure,
the feilernl romnianilern.
An nlltorltil in Kl liiurn toiluy auy.
"Krom an tnlornntluiial itoiiil of
view l'rlil"nt Wilnon'a uiillty turil
Mexico hnn uffered a blow hhh
not only in the I'niled Hl.iten hut In
Kuroe hiia had u r m l rln for the
(mid mime of Ameili-un diploinury.
After tiuotln aml-udminlMriiiloii
exiiuili from New York ai-m. and
referrma In the retirement of John
liuett Moor from the oiitienrnhii
of the atHle ili'imrtinrin, the article
t'nil.T univermil preiMure It haH
hren ilei lili il In udoiil ua h guide for
future imluy the reioilt of tha ton
text at Torreon. If the Mexican Ird
ral government trUmiha over the
rebellion. I'reitldent W-Ikoii will e
lilinaelf nhllKed to ihiiima hl oli'
In luvor of the actiiMl Hovirninent ol
Mexlrn. If the lebelllon wtna the
American (ovri nini'iit lil Intervene
In a. me form. The n-iii'l will not
iiccede In orr. mine tiny oner no
Ruiiruntea to rlv illicutloii."
Yll.l. M IKIMi Tl III -STOHK
tlltlU It IN TOKKMIN
WiiHhliiKton. April i. l:.it. h
from I'onHiiiiir Ax'-nt Carothira at
Toi renn were (uiiimurUed lodxy at
the inii iii'imrt iiient iih fi.low:
"Infoi ni.inon reo'lved at Ilia atute
il'i.trliiM-iit oveiliK condlllonii in
Toireon ilonii'i: I'lilinto Indicnle
thnt effort are betna made by III
forre under tli'neru; Vill.i In realore
order and a normv: coiuliilon. Kx
iillciit nrder la beitiK iii.iinlauii'd and
BIDS FOR FIVE NEW SHOP
BUILDINGS OPENED FRIDAY
Ne from otlli lal Santa Ke railroad amirccg was received In Al
buUcri,ie today to lie effect that hid for tha const ruction f five of
Ihe new bull. lings In Ihe rallroad g new J.OOO.nciO shop plant hire,
will be nH-ned at Amarlllii Kriduy by tienersl Manager F. C. Fog and
Chief Kngineer F. M. llwbee.
In the event that Ihe hid prove aatisfitclory construction ol
these buildings la to proceed nl once It is understood tha bid In
lie opened Friday are exi'liiHlva of the new store house for Ihe cn
alrucllon of which plan havebcen completed mid Ihe noilriii't let.
fl iri ihI a nnTTMrfifl mi i ri n nu
no parking or iitlniin( haa been per
muted. 1'nder pien.illv of fine, nrtleri
were Inaiied for the clennKln and
term of the city; tiaht and wuler
nervlce la in operation: railway and
lelearuph aervlee with lluranun a
rentimed on Airl I, and the atreet
cm linen are In operation. No for
1'lKiierx have been hurt or killed.
The l ul'inel dim UHed the Mexican
ultiuiilon. t'onlldeniinl report from
official aourcea In Mexico were re
reied nivin the Miiertn force were
i oncenlratlnit for nn nttiii k to re
take Torreon. Xo detail were given
but official here look for another
I. at He i.ooii, In allien the retain will
be confronted with the tank of keep
In lithe fruit of their hurd-fouitht
It. M'AHMtltlM SOT
N I AV
it.i.M v. hyh AimM.vrRt of Three Thousand ba-
Juan-it. Mexico, April ".The pol
icy of expelling ,XihiiiiiiI from alex
in a net (I'd one with the rebel
government. II wa learned here to
day. AHMimtng Hint the tevoltitinn-
t will it i ii ua- their it torloti
march Roiilhwmd. ppanilird In all
new territory taken will be expelled
iih were iiiohc iiom i in rcon.
The policy i n t new, but per-
fei tly undcrvtooil between ileneral
a 1 1. 1 nr.! aii'l ileneral Villa at the
outeet of the iiiiipulan. At Torreon
he ncted in ucciiniaiii e W illi tin un-
ilt'iHl a ii l in u . Mhlch II I pointed out
explain why Ileneral Niriaii.n wa
not loimiillcd. The undeiHianilinit
hail been re.icheil long beioir and II
only rciullcil of Cciiclal Villa that lie
repoit what etcpn lie bad taken.
ileneral 'n mi nzn. It m etated au-
thoritutively. ieK:a.l the expullon
of eneiiilt-M of hi caue of whatever
l. at n.nality an a right aaiiclioned by
piece.lcnt ot many wal, linn one
whh'h he i diHponeil tn minere to
denpile poNilble prolent f l oin other
go ei imictilM.
The Sfanlard of Torreon had not
departed Huh Ion noon, but it '
expelled that their tilling would get
under way by night on the trip tu I.'
ileneral 1'arranxa himaelf will con
duct the Inveatlgutton of the right
of Individual ttpamardx to return to
Kin h one wll be allowed to teatlfy
for hlntRelf and to preaeiil wflldavita
i n. i be iiovee tv.lii i.!. a .iked ,n:clnia
the coiiHtituiioniili.il. In the majority
ot rimrn, hoaever, the rebel claim
to have eonvlnclng Informiitlon of thn
advrae poliiicul uctivitlea of the
.lll.MriNK. MVKKK ITS
AITK.UHMI-; IX MKXICO
Juure. April 7 The guillotine
ha made Iti appearance in Mexico
Htid a new form of execution con-
ftonl the enci.ile of the conatltu-
lionuiiNta In the atate of Han l.ul
ihI, it una learned today. At I'mi-
reptloti del lira, a home-nittdo gull-
ine hu been erected. It wua built
by rebel mechanic in tha cm . "'in -
mandeil by (l. liernl KulalUi liuiterrex.
who i now In thia city
Already the new Inatrument haa
been tented, and. aa the general aaya.
"it work Rplendidiy." The teal waa
niadi- with a lumli it the victim. 1'-I
ire for revenge I repoiu.lble lur , ,,,, A, , ,hy WPre
tha appearance f the guillotine '" printed they wire entrusted to I.e
Mexico. Ileneral tlulterrei a broth- ,pr ,,,, ,,r.,i , ni ff,e wiih
cr-in-law, Ji.no .Morale, waa allien
Home time ago lu battle ugaint tha
federals near fa Ml Ho. The family of
Morales, Including an Infant daugh
ter and Ouiterrex iter, were livlnl
In Saltillo. The fedi rul Commander
a i rented tha lalaliseH of tlulterrei,
placed them n Hoard a troop train and
enl them to Han Lula l'utol. The
buby died of cxpoaure on tha way and
nothing in known fthe fate of other
member of the family.
Colorado Ivdi-ral Jury Meet.
Pueblo. Coin., April 7. The federal
giund Jury for t oloradu convened
here today in connection a Hit tha an
nual spring seiwiloii of I lie I'nilid
Slate iliMnit (Hurt. Among other
matters to be considered by the Jury
will lie Ihe cam of tiison Adam,
foimer head ol the defunct Men
county bunk of lirand Jiiiii'Holi. wbl- h
he I i barged with having wrecked.
AGAIN ON CALENDAB
Ity IraM'd W ire u K.venlng llerald.t
W .iHlnnnii.il. April 7. The
woman suffrage amendment re-
coolly defeated in the senate was
again reported to that body to-
day by the suffrage committee
and wj placed on ih calciid.tr.
Senator Hoke Kmilh gave notice
that he would raise a point of
nrder against It.
WOMEN STORM 10 TO
THE POLLS III 01
ii i inniq
ILL 111 U I U
loons Bests in the Balance;
in Today's Election with
Women Casting Ballots
MOBE THAN 200.000
BEGISTEBED IN CHICAGO
Indications are that Every
Precinct Where Saloon is Is
sue will be Closed by Femi
Iljr l.ed Wire tn I'vcnliiR Herald.
t'hicago, April 7 ( Hi the Mile to
i'n of newly enl rani niel wMmen
depended the late of more than 3. mm
jp.iloona in III. in. l out, de of Cbl
ji age In UK tm nsbipn lu S7 coun
(Ilex they went to Ihe p.. Mm uml offi
cially exprcHncd ihelr nltliude tow
ard the liquor traffic.
Fifty ihoiiHJiud do n-Rtute women
lire eligible to vole.
Kwry available policemun and
deputy Kberlff were nl the ioll In
Springfield to prevent trouble.
For the flrt time In the hlntory
of t'hicago women went today to the
I poll and enjoyed e.Ual right with
; men In an Hldermunlc elei lmn. More
, then e 1 7.6UO wnmcn and l? fit
'men had feidxtereil. Mont of the 1H
Jlereat in toduy' election wua In tha
aucccMi of the nine women candi
date, for lh- council and the general
I fault of the women votes.
line of the propoeitloiia voted on
today provide for the building of n
comprebeniv e auhwuy Kiem at a
iot of 1 1 :lil (iiiii.dnn.
The poll opened ut o'clock und
cli.'d at 4 o'clock.
1X tOl'XTY llI.I.OTH
hTttl.l X ntO I
liccalur. III.. April 7. Town t'lerk
Walter l-cHi.-r daHheil into police
lieadiiuurtem lit I'una lit o'clock
morning and reported that he
been held up by tweiuy.flve
conferring ', ,,!, ,) M.n und robbed of S im" elec
lllon ballot. A a reautt I'ana town-
Hnl n, p0 Mllu vitt on Ihe
illllir qui-Hllon today.
'i inters had been working (ill
niuht to act out the llmmr oiieatlon
them. lie uid he waa una Id" to
J Identify nny of the men.
The iittuck came after a vlgorona
attempt made to keep the "wet" ntid
"dry ' o,uctiiili off the liullot, A
niundumua wa iucd lul wck to
compel l.cHier to have ballots print
ed on the iiiemlon An iffort I be
ing made lo have mote printed
thai the election tun lake place to
day. Tintu: tiioim
Auroia, III . April 7
Ing iidv aiitrige of their first
t.lty to vole on the snloou
3. nun of
stormed tb' polls today
noon, with ri.r.ini voles cast,
them were I how of women.
Kl COllll OTi: TIIF
KALININ IX Ol IM A'
ijulncy. Ill, Aprlt T. Quincy'
firol oal option elecllon is puli ng
a rei ord tole. It I estimated thnt
i 000 Voles will be potted, ullllOHt
half of which will be thone of wn.
men. The mil l-alnon campaign tins
been hard fought.
Voum? Harvard Man
Mayor Mitchell Answers oft
Bepeated Question by Ap
pointing Arthur II. Woods
to Great New York Job
(My 14-ascd Wire la IAenlua Herald. 1
Nw York, April 7. Mayor Mil-nH
today answered the question nk .1
iiiiisi often since he took olllre. by up
pointing Arthur II. Wood, one of hi
ccreluriea, police commissioner.
Mr. Woods, young Harvard grad
uate, former newspaper num. ikllled
Investigator and several years ago a
deputy police commissioner uil'r
Commissioner Theodore lllnghiini, in
lake tilllcs luiiiorrow.
Manager of Hobson'i Cam
paign Concedes Victory for
Minority Leader in Senate
SON OF BANK1IEAD
WINS FOB CONGBESS
Kushton and White in Close
Contest for Short Term in
the Senate. Election Be
turns from Many Cities
It oaac-d Wire lu V veiling Herald.)
I'll unngliani. Ala.. April 7. I.. II.
Mupgrove, ritini'aixti manager for
t'ntigrepmnn Uichniond I'cui'Kon lloii-
! won, (imieded iwi-ar W. raderwnod n
I n . Ill l tin t Mil to Ihe Trilled Slate cn
a statement made at 11:30
t o i lorn tins hiormc.g. Mr. llnliHon
j left I'll liilllitil.ini I '!. fur YYaxblllK
I'rogrt today in rountitig ihe volo
iwh flow, rpcclall in the chics.
I Thiiiy-nlne out of tltty-twn pre.
I clnct In Jefferniin county gate fnder-
Wood volea, and llobiion l..'.4
Stale reitirn Hbowed a clone race
between Hay Itusblon of Montgomery
and Frank S. White of Itirmtnghum
for the short term nomlnaiioa tu me
l ulled State is Hale.
Tlie giibernali rial contest was uiio
of ihe closest in the lint. Former
liovcinor H H. Coiht maintulneil :i
alight plurality early In the day. It
F. Kulb of Mamgoinrry and Charlf
Hcndio-Hon of Troy were running
clnsv race for second place.
Iiull nili a ,. . Ihrt fiepresenliillve
l. W. Taylor ni tb I1rl diatrtct hart
lost I" '. t.. Oray of Choctaw county
lleorge lluddlestnn of JefTerson
counly lends hia three nfiponenl in
Ihe ninth district to succeed Itepr
selitHlh e I'mb rwood. It was gene: -
tally helieviil that William II Hank
hend, son ol the I'nited Slates senator
frmn Alabama hud won in the slxin
I to succeed Ki presentativo llonaoli.
Judge V:. I.. Aimer of Colbert county
seemed a winner in the eU'lllh over
three of the c.itididutCK lo succeed the
I at,. Uepreseiitatlve William Itlchard
I'rewnt member of the national
house whose nomination appeared ure
S. Herbert !nt of the scrnml. Henrv
It. Clayton of tne third, Fred 1.
Itlnckmon of the fourth and John I
llurnett of til.' seventh.
John W A bercronible, from tho
state at large, and J. T. Hellin of tne
fifth Were o posed.
Ilole-ou M'nd Congrutulnibm.
Congressiniin llohson also conced
ed the nomination of Mr. I'uderwooii
and sent him the following message
"Accept my cngrnlulutions on your
nomination. Aa the Ileum' patlc nom
Inee you mi count on my loyal sup
port In the general election,
niHiMnxii f. inn.-oN.'
rtepresenl 'ilve llobson and I'nder.
Wood lefi Hlrmlngham today for
Washington Kuch inaiio a public
statement in relation to tho primary
"1 li m nii'.e than J. leased with the
result of Monday's election," sitld Mr.
I'nderwood. "It looks like a It".
majority. Mv friends and the 1emn
crutn of AlaSiima deserve all the
credit. 1 !. however, feel that Ihe
result Jimtifa my contention tha
loan's dutv to stay on the Job nm
uttetid to litiincsa.
"I renew my pledge lo ttav on the
Job and ilo all In mv power In con
serve the interests of all tne peopl
of .Manama and Hie nation."
ir. llui.-.ii a remarks were con
fined largelv to prohibit)!, t.
I'lease m( lo the linn r interest
of America " he said, "that we he
only liegiui lo fight. Unit the work
we have tln'ie can nexer be undone
that we will meet them again on the
battlefield of Alabama and on a huu
derd (dher battlefields, thai we ex
pect tinder 'loll' providence lo be in
the bul lie when the llitrtv aixth wl.ite
ratifies the llobsoti resolution placing
national piniilhllion In the coiihIIIu
lion of the I'lllled States."
Montana City I :h-f Ion.
Helena. M.. nt., April 7. --In the Ilel
cna city ebclion yesterday the It
publlcnns e i cted mayor, cliy Ire. is
urer and two aldermen.
In Missoula the Socialists electu I
Iwo cninuil-sionera and Ihe oily
placed undi r Huclulist rule. The Sa
lalisls were succesaful in Unite
electing nine roun. Ilm.n This iv
them nine In Ihe council ngalnsi ev
of other parties.
The mayor also Is a Hoclalist.
Local isriies were voted on In mm
rllles. At Uwltnwn the women voted
tn remove hacks from the miin
Wll-on ami RiaiallHin laanca.
I'atersoii. X. J., April 7. President
Wilsons policies and Boclallnm were
the main issues In a special election
held today in tha seventh New Jersey
cnngrenRlonal d!lrlct to rhoo a l
ceaaor to the l.iia Ttohcrt l. Ilrenirr.
The preniilent allrueted natlonul ni
lenllon to the Im-nl roniepi b lndor
Ing .lamea J. u'l'yrne, the Iietnocrat'O
IImkih iil,t at Agullar.
Trinid.nl, I'nlo, April 7 Vollnn
proeei ded iiileily during the forenoon
at Agulliir, the only eon I camp in Lift
Anlmn rntinty where a miiniclpiil
election wn held today. The mllltli
under M)r I'. J. M.imrmk kept a
cloe wnti h hut not ciikd on t
(nel any dltnrbatire.
Jiim- Anderon, a union lnhnr rnn
(llilule, in oppoaed by Hrnnr V. N"T
niMii, cIIiki m candidal for mayni.
The ballolina i iirllei, pnrili u
l.i t!v In view of the f n-t thai striker
at the Aicuiliir tent colony were per
mit ted to vole iilihoiiali ihe colony i
locuti-il iiiiiside the inunli lp.il limn
Thi nun utidr n dectemn ly Innlrc't
iiilve A. W. Mi II. iiil.ic at week in
huh he reluneil to giliai jn injiiiic-
tie ii n i.k cil y uppoi tei'a of the 'il
IxeliR' ticket to restrain reiilentN ol
Ihe lent colony from otlng
Tiila eli . tl.iq la llii' ItMl In whi'li
labor eandidale Iiih been pnl foi -
ard in be Koiilhern f'olorado (oal
diatrli I. The elei lion w prei edcit
by a healed and bluer campaign.
l(oay 'H In WalM-nhurg.
W.ilNriil'tirg, f'oln, A.rll 7. A
heavy tole wm polled today in the
municipal elect loll here. I'eler Krler.
heading an I n ii (!" n (! n i ticket oaeked
V Ihe labor element, was oppo
or mayor ov ! r.. owing 01 ine
Taxpayer' tuket. Tlie voting w aa
pint. Coth nle predict vlctnrv.
xr:w YoitKHts 't rtv.
OV ''OXYKXTIOX I'ASi:
New Yol k. April 7 - Tho finest inn
of whether a convention shall be
ailed In liM.'i for the revision of the
lute coiiHlitutlon attracted but few
oleis to the polls today. The lack
f interest in the referendum vote
h due lo the (act that llepublicmiH.
McmocrutH mid Progressives declar
ed in their platform in favor of
iilling a ccnvenilon.
OM MISSION .ll KIIVMFXT
issri-: ix kaxsam riTV
Kansas City. April 7. Comnilaion
government waa an Issue In today
election, which opened with brlg
Muiiiclpul election were held today
In Joplin. St. JiihcpIi and 8' iUlia, Mo.,
s well aa In many of tno vniaii'r
... r .. - i
Itlcs of Kunsut,. i
I.OCAI. OITIOX AXI
MK IVI.ISM IX WIKCOXKIX
Milwa'lkee, Wis., April 7. Sim lull;
were nut in force today In an effort t
elect Kmtl Seldel, mayor over llerhacd
A. Piidlc.g, hen pai tiy.m cund! Inlc for
There were local option aclecllont
in several cllle Ihroughoul the atn'e.
including Madison, the capital.
James C. Keiwln, for Justice of the
supreme court, has no opposition.
I.IOl'Oi: TIIK IhSI K
IX MIXXFXrTA CITIFH
St. Paul. Minn., April 7. The liquor
llcctiso iiuestion was nn Ihsuo in a
ire of Minnesota cities today. I'n-
Icr the local option law of fill many
citic voted for the first time on tne
BACA HAS LEAD 111
Believed at Four O'clock that:
didat will Win. Election
(Speeial llsasteh KTealasj Herald
Santa Fe, N. M.. April .. it i
llna Is "aid to have a small lead in
today's election over W. 1 1. Sargent.
He publican. and Ins elecllon I
i la lined by it small majority, although
the ri'Hllll will be i be, I'.aca has
majority in the First and Seiond
ward and chums a majoiity In Ilo
Third und Fourth, ulthoiigli these aie
claimed uIho by Ihe llcpiltilb -niis. I
Is iidmitieil that the result will lie
IJltlc liili-m. In la Vtcn.
Fast Ijt Vegas. .V M , April
Willi but one ticket in the held there
ly bul bttlu, intcicst In today' elc
lion. The 1'de will be very light In
lhe old town Itomcro, Hepllblicutl,
will be doled mayor n u large ma
jority. lea Win In Itis-wcll.
lioHWell. N. M, Apiil 7. The dec
it Ion ot J. e'mlth 1.c, liemocrutlc
candidate tor mayor, and the nil ire
Helms rat ic ticket la conc-ded by ah
overwhelming majority. There I
lil I lr Interest and a light vote.
(M.lluiui Win In t'lovls.
A telephone message to the Herald
thi afternoon stated that It. t Hid
ham, lieuioiiiit. would be elected
mayor there practically without op
position. Hot light at fiullup.
r.lliip. N. M., April 7. The elec
tion of Ihe Itepuhlhiin town board la
claimed here this afternoon over the
fusion emnliduitw. The fight la hot
one, however, and the result will be
close. The sewer and water bonds.
II is said, have carried by 'be lie- e
Sarv III. I Jul Hie.
Both Sides at Four O'clock Claim Victory and Both Sides Ad
mit that the Besult will be Very Close. Second Ward
for Boatright. Fourth Ward Heavy for Sellers, with
First and Third Debatable Ground.
CLOSE TO TWO TliOUSO
Al four o'clock thi oftern inn the result of the Albuquerque
city elecllon remain In doubl. Thl Is admitted by supporters of
lloih Mayor Keller and the Republican candidate, Mr. iinatright.
Hoth side claim n victory, but when pressed for reasons, admit
that becuuse r Ihe vest pocket vote, .which Includes eighty per
cent of the vote cast, tire result cannot he foretold with any o
curacy until after the ballot nre-counted.
The 8i ml ward undoubtedly hns gone republican, Up t.j
four o'clock, when The Herald' last poll was made, the majority
for Ibmtright wu variously estimated at from fifty t one hun
dred mol twenty-five.
Mayor Seller undoubtedly haa curried Ihe Fourth ward, and by
n majority vuriouly estimated at from one hundred votes lo
double that number.
Hoth sides admit the Third ward in doubt, and both claim a
majority In Ihe First ward, alihounh a small one.
fp to four o'clock a total of l.J7 volea had been cast In the
four ward, the heaviest on, record up to that hour. In any city
elecllon, and Indicatltm that the total will go over J.600, as a. large
lute vote comes from tho railway shops and other places w' r
large bodies of men are employed.
IIHirUlY II W HHI VtrTKIlS.
wirrnvti i xu woi'.kr.itM
j Election day opened In Albunuer-
que with a light rain falling and prus
! peels for an all-day downpour which
'came near to being JutUted by tha
litter conduct of Ihe weather. Al
though the akles Hhnwed a tendency
i to clear about Hie noon -hour, tlie
' cloud returned early In Ihe after
1 noon and closed Ihe afternoon with
! u Hteady drlxxle that made voting
hard work for the voter and a dreary
.task for the poll worker of whom
I there were large number tu all four
, There wa a heavy early Vote und
the Hepuhltcun forces appeared to
have a stronger tin. -up nil during the
I morning hours, inning tin tr men to
the polls with it regularity lhat fore
boded III for the I 'enioi rallc ticket.
In fact, up lo the noun hour the oiil-
i look wa all Itepiibllcati, so far as
j anyone could tell.
With the afternoon, however, a
change ciiine In all of tha wards and
It was admitted by everyone thul the
liemocratic ticket Was rapidly gaining
up to the time Ihe Herald went to
The vest pocket vols predominate
In i Ml" election, ii being admitted that
filly eighty per cent of the ballots
eaHl were brought to the polls pre
pared nnd rolled up ready to drop in
Ihe box. 'I bis fiut makes mil accur
ate forecast of the result ImposNihle.
Tlie day lias plowed without dis
order of any kind and with little of
Ihe usual bickering lit the polls. There
hits been some challenging, a few
Illinou Man Uses Pistol on
Wife in Effort to Make Her
go to the Foils and Vote
(l I'XM'd Wire lo Ptctilag Herald. I
Annua, I I , .M ill John llaeel,
ii. Inlcd. a; year old, in charged by
tin. polu e with shinning and killing
Ins wile alter learning that she ha I
gone to Hi. poll gud her IIMt
ballm III bis alireiice. Hacgel say
t li.it he yl.ippcd Mrs. H.irgel and that
she was so buiiiiliitcil I lot t she li it
herself Tin. fatal wound, however,
was lu Hie li.uk of the brain.
H.icgel Ivld Hie lain e that both ha
and bis wife bad intended to vote
ax.i'tiKt tin. saloon but thai he had
exact, il a promise front her to go to
th.- polls with bun. He wa Indig
nant, he said, when she li.lj not kept
Clifford Adams, diluted, who mn In
Ihe Haegel home, says that Mr. Han
gel shot herself. He says the story
the husband tells I Hue. He Is ths
The news of the election shooting
lidded lo illle ise I Xcllelliefi t already
exislirg here Cliaig.s liv the we's
that the dry wire challenging every
oiic of their women voter to get
them 'ni contused tehy would not
know no win vote brought a number
of clashes ut the polls.
Karly today a dry worker. Join
Aurenheomer, was set upon and
beaten Several other dry workers
were also attained but escaped scl
CAST UP TO FOUR O'CLOCK
voles having been refused by both
sides because of lack of the statutory
Tlie mMMt St Knar O'clock.
The Evening Herald's last poll of
the wards was made at 4 o'clock and
htwed the following:
First Ward Voles mat. 1711; to
tal vote or ward, tBO; both aide
claiming! ward by Si to SO votes, and
both admitting result close.
Second Wsrd Vols cast, 417; to
tal vole of ward, 160. Admitted to
have gone for Jloatrlght by from in
Third Ward Votes caat. 43; to
tal vote of ward, 700; claimed hy
both sides. Admitted by both sides
Fourth Ward Vote cast. 64S; to
tal vote of ward. 1,100. Admitted to
have gone for Hellers by I rom loo
There t nn way to Ret at any re
sult on thn clerk nnd treasurer, al
though Tom Hughe gild Al Good
rich. It la claimed by Ihe Itepubll
enns, are running ahead of ltoat
right In Ihe First ward, McQuade. Dem
ocrat, la said lo be running ahead of
Mayor Kellers, tn the Kecond warn
the riepubllcan candidate la elected.
In the thlr't ward the race between
illlbcrt, Iiemocrul. and llunaon. He
publicum la very cloae. The Halt-
run men admitted lato this ariernooe,
that they were uneasy over the re
sult. Ollbert claims to he elected
by a safe majority, practically the
whole native vote of the ward waa)
cast for him.
In Ihe Fourth ward It la believed
thul It. I.. HuHt, Democrat, hag de
feated W. II. Harney, although It IS
admitted that Mayor Hellers Is run
ning far shead of the ticket In tho
It I believed that Ihe number of
scratched tickets la very lurge, and
on thl account, and because nf the
large vote, the Judges probably will
be lute in announcing the rrsult.
ATTACK ON BESEBVE
BANK LOCATIONS IS
CONTINUED IN HOUSE
(Hy leased Wire lu STvmlng Herald. T
Washington. April 7 Selection of
Ihe twelve federal reserve bank
i Hies was assailed and defended
again today In the house.
lieproHeiiiallve T'upre. Democrat,
of Louisiana, speaking for New Or
leans, which got no bank, denounc
ed Ihe locutions v unfair,
liepubliian Leader Mann said a.
large ercentage of the people be
lieved tint plan hud worked out lu
u partisan way.
"Anybody can see,"' 'ha added,
"that the line nf trade were not fol
lowed '.n the designation of the
lUilltmnre'g protest at huvlng been
left oft the list was voiced by Itrpre
enlatlve Llnthieum. Inmoirat.
Senator Kansdeil asked to have
the New Orleans map meeting reso
clutiona attacking the reserve bank
I. at i. ins read in Ihe senate, but
Hoke Smith objected and alter a
sharp e hangs Senator Kaiid"ll
gave up the attempt.
Famous iHa-ioe ttemA.
New York. April 7. lr. Joseph
P Itryaiit died this afternoon In HI.
Vincent's hospital of diabetes. lie
hud been In the Institution Since
March It. l'r. Itryunt formerly wa
president of the American Medical
uaaHHiudun. H was yeara old.