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' GARY LAWYER
LOSES PAPERS
(Continued From t’nje One.l
granted citizenship pap°rs by the county
Circuit court April 30. 1913.
When he went on the witness stand,
leaser seemecl to be in much better
spirits than when he left the court yes
terday afternoon and smiled at specta
tors.
He mentioned a conference with Capt.
John B. Campbell, who wns at the time
of the conference a special agent In the
Intelligence department of the army, in
which he said Campbell upbraided him
for his bolshevistic -principles.
. “I told the captain," he said, ‘‘that I
was not responsible for what the editejr
of the Chicago Tribune writes, and I
then explained to him the principles of
bolshevism."
Glaser again denied that he had said
that. Liberty bonds w-ere no good and
tbit the government backing rhem was
no good, but he did admit that he had
charged certain banking houses of the
country with unpatriotism, when they
discounted the face value of the Liberty
bond issues.
“I did not say anything about a red
flag," Glaser stated in his denial of a
conversation with Mayor William F.
Hodges of GaVy. “T merely asked per
nys!on to hold a parade and the mayor
P^efused."
Glaser denied the evidence ss set forth
in the testimony of A. M. Harris that
he was an active worker against the gov
ernment during the occupation of Gary
by the United States troops and that he
aided “draft dodgers.”
Again he denied that bolshevism means
anarchy, and said that bolshevism sim
ply means the rule of the majority.
“Is the bolshevik regardful or regard
less of the minority?” asked Judge An
derson.
After much hesitation Glaser declared
that he Is regardful of the minority.
Upon the questioning by District At
torney VanXays Glas r admitted that he
was a fugitive from jnstiee, according
to the government of the czar of Rus
sia, ar.d that lie obtained his passport
from Russia hv bribing officers with
between SIO.O-X* and 5X5,000.
■VanXuys further brought out that
Glaser Is llTlng In a *30,000 home, and
- that he has property worth 5125,000 oi
1150.000.
Included In his property holding, he
admitted, are farms In Wisconsin and
Minnesota, property In Gary and valu
able oil holdings In the west for which
the Standard Oil Company offered him
11,000 per acre.
In an explanation of how he had ac
quired this wealth. Glaser used general
terms, saying that 522.000 of It had been
Inherited by bis wife and that the re
mainder had been made from the prac
tice of law and Investments.
He would not tell the court what the
Investments were.
“I am living In a capitalistic country,
not under a socialistic government, and
if I were living in a socialistic govern
ment I would have no use for my land
and my property." Glaser said.
“Would you give yonr property away?"
asked the Judge.
“Certainly,” said Glaser, **lf thlt were
a socialistic form of government.
McADOO TO RUN
p*. ONLY IF FORCED
(Continued From Page One.)
anything being don® there or anywhere
else for him as a presidential candidate."
McLean denied he attended the meeting
of high officials now or formerly con
nected with the Wilson administration
held here Wednesday night to discuss
McAdoo for president.
When McLean concluded Harry M.
Daugherty, Senator Harding’s campaign
manager, was recalled.
“Did yon. have Information of large
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sums of money being used In Ohio in
the Woo' campaign, except that fur
nished by the state headquarters?" asked
Senator Pomerene, democrat, Ohio.
“Yes. I heard of it, but it was only
hearsay,” Daugherty answered.
“And this Wood advertising you spoke
of was it in all of the eighty-eight coun
ties of the state?”
“Yes.”
“You have given us a splendid exhi
bition of yonr political astuteness.” com
mented Pomerene as Daugherty was ex
cused. ’ ' ■
Frank A, Harrison, publisher of the
Tribune of Lincoln, Neb., and manager
of Senator Hirjm Johnson’e campaign in
that state, was called.
RECEIVED *I,BOO
FROM CALIFORNIA.
Harrison said he, had received *I,BOO
from Johnson’s California headquarters
toward the, expenses of the Nebraska
campaign.
Harrison said his instructions from
Johnson's managers were to “keep ex
penses down as they had not much
money to spend.”
He read a number of contributions to
the Johnson campaign In Nebraska total
ing $1,918.
Os this only $1,813 was sent In by resi
dents of the state, Harrison said.
"I am still out *75 of my own money,
although the campaign cost me less than
a campaign ever cost me before,” Har
rison added.-
When Johnson and Senator Norris of
Nebraska campaigned the state, Harrison
said, his bills amounted to only *151.41.
Johnson and Norris paid their own
traveling expenses.
“What are your policies?” Senator
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“To find out what the people want and
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ANSWER BRINGS
ANOTHER LAUGH.
“What would you have done If you had
been given *500.000 for your campaign?”
Senator Reed inquired.
“I would have done what other cam
paign managers have done.
“I would have divided It among my
friends.” Harrison responded. .
Laughter swept the crowded hearing
room.
“You observed, of course, tne tactics of
Mr. Johnson’s antagonists—the Wood
people, for Instance?”
“My observation was the W6od people
had about fifty salaried people traveling
about the state."
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Woman’s Condition
Charges of assault, and battery and
driving an automobile while under the
influence of liquor against John V. Ben
nett, flat 11, Ballard apartments, were
continued In city court today.
The case was continued until It could
be determined by physicians how serious
are the injuries suffered by Mrs. EUen
Roach, 67, of 2124 North Capitol avenue,
who was struck by Bennett's automo
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Mrs. Loach was struck by the auto
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afternoon.
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