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-. . . - - ,..., .f.l .ill ..I. ' ET:o PaHHodSum fcfoo U, ?(g EIopo Paid GubcsribGro than any (Pfffoor Popor Publiohcdl in tho Qfffa G5)ia1trt6lt 1 - 7 MOOT) FA nfc t All - ST. AND SUN-TEXEGRAM. VOL. XXXV. WO. 300. mcnnoND. ixd., Friday evening, November 4, ioio. SINGLE COPY 2 CENTS. (EUcrfl IFlEictttS, Celeteattcd (CoaservaEioiiist SpeaFis at the Coliseum TonigM, 750. Go to Hear lllMi -'I 1 1IC V A HAPPY WELCOME FOR THE SENATOR AFTER JUG TRIP Devcridge Jumps from Lafay ette to Michigan City, Arriv ing late, but Finding Very Dig Audiences. "POWERS THAT PREY" SUBJECT OF ADDRESS Tells of the Funds the Interests Have Shipped Into the State to Defeat the Progressive Ticket. ' . (8peclal Correspondent) Michigan City, Ind, Nor. 4 A long tedious Journey from Lafayette to Michigan City on an accommodation train caused a few minutes delay In the meeting at' the latter point last Bight Senator Bererldge was escort? ed immedlataely to the Grand Opera house where a crowd of seventeen hundred had been anxiously awaiting his arrival since half past seven. After a short brilliant speech from the Hps of Fred Landis, at the close of' which he was heartily .applauded and cheered. "Senator Bererldge was Introduced by the chairman of the meeting. Mr. Charles J. Robb. editor of the Michigan City News. In intro ductag the senator, Mr. Robb empha sised the fact that the former's name would not appear on the ballot' slip, hut that a vote for the two republican candidates for the legislature ' would be two rotes for Senator Bererldge. wfcsn that body elected a United Stftss senator. . :j , h was several moments- before the ' t-"tcoul4 bo hearsLh9veihj. Let- 7 ijrplacss which .eras ted rim. n Usi far his theme the efforts -of the powers that prey upon .the com mo people of the country, Jto-defeat the progressive morement in Indiana by ; pouring money Into the state for that purpose. That corruption fund the scnatdr said between " now and next Tueeday would show Itself la dirers ways, that already It. had shown Itself In the gamblers' 'chal lenge on the betting boards, every toiler of which money had come from the' war chests of the Invisible Gov ernmeht The people of Indiana un derstood such cheap political trickery. . Do Net Comprehend. ,Tbey do not comprehend." said he ttat the millions of good men and wcaen In this country have 'minds ad souls, that they read and under ""A corruption fund Is coming Into this state." he said, "as I know it has gone Into other states to kill the pro gressive, movement and crush the mca In Washington who. dared to stxsd against the unrighteous power of wicked wealth. We will all see It la dark and sinister forms ' between now and next Tuesday. , We will find Its effect in those subtle ways In , which crafty political bosses are so schooled. We will find It first in the gamblers' challenge on the betting beards, every dollar of It coming from the war chest of the Invisible Govern ment There Is this difference between the Southern Confederacy In Lin coln's day and the universal confeder acy we are fighting now, and that Is that whereas the former had been bravo enough to lift their battle flags, shoot at you and be shot at the pow ers of pillage la the twentieth cen tury work by a subtler means. No shooting for them. No, but lobbyists, agents and all forms of corruption. "Invisible Government" The fundamental Issue not only In this campaign but In all future cam paigns until this war la over is be ' twees each one of you men and your households on the one hand, and the Invisible government that plunders ninety millions of people and tries to dictate that people's laws on the other In opening hid. discussion of the tar 12 ejaestlon Senator 'Beveridge said: Ton have an heard of the light we had In 'congress last year; such a sht as that never Jutd occurred be foreit will never occur again." He showed the connection of the tpsdal Interests with jthe tariff deal- Ixs epedflcally with the cotton, steel, wotj and tobacco Interests' and ex rintng his attitude upon these sche tsSm, during the tariff session. ! "I consider this a moral question," he said. "A moral question admits of n compromise. The tariff commto- da alone can make our tariffs mo sy and economically Just- and . ao The candidate for congress on the Caeratle ticket.' said the senator, "nil support him In his tght for n cttnsi child labor law because of tti democratic doctrine of states' rts. Ctates rights ' and national rtits are both fundamentally based Their Wedding mf lit,.. ? v. I It f f . Samuel -;Willets,-lformerly master of the hounds of the famous Mead- o'wBroo1r 'Hunt Club and Mrs. Marie Holsington Holmes Arnold, whom he recently, married at Hartford, Conn. The ceremony was. surrounded with great secrecyvMr.Willetts achieved much 'publicity, two years ago ji when an announcements was) made that' he had married Mrs. Amber Law lord; an factress.7( Thef story.' was denied and. Mr. iWllletts. father offered to"givethepesbn'-whotshould:povetthat:ai'marriage had -taken place 11.000,000. Mrs.V Willet Is ' a memb er of ' an .'Old Brooklyn?-family. 4 : Some years ago, she married' a - Mr. Holmes,- who died a',few . years later. In 1905 she v married L. Hastings r Ar nold. vf rom whom . she . was separated ' two-years ago," and 'soon- after "disappeared,' and It' was said she had gone to Reno,',Nev.,' to. get a 'divorce. i'(. i ;..'"".' OHDERiFROM-HORTY . K Instructing a "i Sharp ; Lookouts : Maintained f oft Infantile , Paralysis Cases. HELD AS A PUBLIC MENACE County Health Officer .Dr.' J. E. King has received : Instructions from Dr.; J. N. Hurty,1 secretary of the state board of ; health, to ' includ; information ; of the existence of Infantile paralysis In his' special monthly'' reports to " the state v. board hereafter. There have been no cases of this disease . In the county, so far, although in some parts of v the state Its appearance has been frequent The physicians of Wayne county are taking every precaution to prevent the disease, , , An 'order was also received by. the county health officer from Dr. Hurty that' hereafter anterior . poliomelltis will be regarded as a dangerous men ace to the public health. The health officer must card every house in which is located a patient suffering from such disease. Disinfectants should be used : freely, according-' to , the order. The public 'and , the attending physjr clans . are required to . report such cases to the health officer Immediate ly upon their discovery. - DIE III AOTO SMASH (American News Service) Grand - Rapids, Michigan. Nor. 4. Charles H. Westover, conductor, was killed. Mrs. Westover, Henry J. Hor rigan. prominent attorney and member of , the Republican state committee, and Mrs. H. J. Horrlgan were seriously Injured early today In a collision be tween an electric street car and an automobile occupied by the Horrt gans. The auto . rapidly turned a sharp corner In front of thecar. : PALLADIUM 'PHQmES Business Office 1. .2SS Ksws Department -. . 1 1 21 Sccisty Editor ......1121 Kept a Secret WILL AIDTHE POOR Miss v: Foulke .and Her Husband-to- Be to Do Settle ment Work in Chicago. TO r ASSIST JANE: ADDAMS Dr. John ' Francis - Urie, formerly a surgeon In the United States navy, and Miss 'Carolyn Foulke, ; who are shortly to be" married at the Foulke residence in; South Eighteenth street, will have their -residence after the first of the year in the vicinity of Hull House, Chi cago. , the great - social settlement In stitution . founded ; by Mrs." Jane Ad dams of whom they are close personal friends. ; Dr. and Mrs. Urie It is under stood will engage in some line of so cial - settlement ' work, ' but aa Miss Foulke Is out of the city at this time It was impossible to get a statement as to its nature. . The fact that persons of their wealth And position expect to take' a direct personal interest in set tlement work 'will be a matter of much public ' interest ; Dr. Urie . and Miss Foulke will be "married on Saturday. Nov. 12 and . the -affair, "It Is under stood, will be quite unpretentious with possibly no invitations. A CROSS COMPLAINT Clara Fleming, the only daughter of the late Caroline C Hodgin, has filed a cross complaint : against the final settlement of the estate by the Dickin son Trust Company whereby Earlham College Is to receive half of an insur ance policy amounting to f 1,500., She petitions the court to pay the entire amount of the policy to her. iV-Tci'Csjr' , (ffjeoept Satnrday) Including Complimentary Ustsi for Week Ending October 29th. ISIS. 0f200 . showing net. paid, news stands and regular complimentary list doea not include sample copies. 5,0211 GIFFORD NOT TO SPEAK.TOHIGHT AT THE COLISEUM Former Chief Forester of the United States and One of Foremost Americans, Cam paigns for Beveridge. A VERY LARGE CROWD EXPECTED TO ATTEND This Afternoon Pinchot Spoke at Cambridge City, Arriving There from New Castle Ends Campaign. Gifford Pinchot, former forester for the United States and one of the fore most Americans of .today, will speak at the coliseum this evening, beginning promptly at 7:30 o'clock and speaking; until about 9 o'clock, closing then to catch a train for New York city. He will discuss the issues of the campaign and the Republican county central committee, which arranged for the meeting through the state committee, expects one of the largest audiences during the campaign. This evening's meeting will be the closing one of the campaign in this city, so far as the Republicans are concerned. Mr. Pinchot has been in the state for several days, speaking on Sen. A J. Beveridge's record and achieve- ments in the upper house of the na tional congress. He urges the voters to return Senator Beveridge to con gress in order that legislation which is suggested and pending, of vital Im portance to the voters themselves, and which Senator BeverMge is pledged to Support, may be enacted. The tributes which the senior senator . has been paid by the former forester have been exceptional. ' Cteooe-Hfesslg'tsge ,? His campaign in . the state will close with the meeting this evening and for this reason it is anticipated he will make his closing address one of . his strongest He spoke . at Cam bridge City this afternoon to a large number of the 'voters. He arrived in Cambridge City from - New Castle, His arrival here was late this after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Foulke will entertain in his v honor at six o'clock dinner at their home. In South Eighteenth street S, There will be a large number of the. republican lead ers present. V. '' . All arrangements for the meeting at the Coliseum have been completed, The hall Is decorated with flags and patriotic displays. . Mr. R. G. Leeds will preside at the meeting. There will be no parade before the meeting. A BLOW AMMAN (American News Service) r ... Chicago, Nov. 4. Attorney Charles Erbstein, under Indictment for bribing a Juror in the trial ' of Lee O'Neill Browne, today placed charges against State's Attorney Wayman, asking dis barment for alleged bribing of a Juror in a criminal case before Wayman be came prosecuting attorney. , A KANGAROO COURT Held by Jail Inmates on a Man Who Made Fiendish At tack on a Woman. - GIVEN A SEVERE BEATING (American News Service) : Bloomington," Ills4. Nor. 4. Fellow prisoners today held .kangaroo court' on Joseph Hoffman, a Peoria farmer, brought here to escape's threatened lynching after a fiendish attack on Ma sie, Clarke a school teacher. .The pris oners reached the verdict that Hoff man was unfit to associate with and administered a vicious flogging to him until the sheriff rescued Hoffman and placed him In n special ceQ. 1MBE0S1D . (American Kews Oei tce) MoBtgomery. Ala Not 4 A hi dred mtnen are leported entombed by a mine explosion near Tolande. Abx, today. Assistance has been sent YANKEE GUIIBOAT CAIillOII TRAINED READYJOR WORK Rebellious Commandant at Amapala, Honduras, Insults U. S. Consul and Now Has His Bluff "Called." ONE UNKIND ACT TO START BOMBARDMENT Consular Agent Schauck Was Ordered to Leave Amapala, But the Navy Commander Countermanded it. (American News Service.) New Orleans, Nov. 4. The, United States gunboat Princeton, In the har bor of Amapala, Honduras, today trained her guns on the defenses of General Valladeres, who seized the is land of Anapala from President Da- viiia.' According to a cablegram re ceived here Valladeres, who is strong ly intrenched, grossly insulted Amer ican Consular Agent Schauck. He ordered the latter to leave - the island under the threat to bombard the con sulate from the governor's residence, which Valladeres occupied. Com mander Hayes of the Princeton noti fied Valladeres that if an American was injured ne would bomnard tne is land and raise the governor's ; resi dence. Haye's swung . the Princeton into position for action." 'One unkind act by Valladeres will start 'something. Davilta Feara Him. At the solicitation of foreign inter ests President Davilla, who has reason to have a wholesome respect for the general's . fighting abilities, recently persuaded Valladeres to come -to .the capttol and exacted a promise that he wbuld surrender his office aa - com hnanSeT c4ttoeAmapalagarrise. '"The. president thereupon appointed General Calixto Cartas commandant " of Ama On Tuesday Valladeres returned to Amapala, ostensibly to transfer his command to his successor and to pick up his belongings with the Idea of leaving the Island permanently. ' .f However, the general was no sooner back on his old stamping ground than he took command of the garrison and fort : and announced his t rebellion against the government of Honduras. President Davilla subsequently call ed upon, him to surrender. . -Valladeres promptly- and emphatically refused. and apparently is preparing for hos tilities from whatever source theylhay develop. .'.:'-;,. The Honduran government has a very small ; army, - and aa . Valladeres has several hundred armed folowers and is reported to have several modern machine' guns President Davilla, it' is expected, will ; ask the assistance of this government in its efforts to get rid of the trouble maker. - . The friends here of former Presi dent Manuel Bonilla assert that he has no connection with the revolt of Valla deres. DOTED PRIEST DEAD (AmeVlcaua News Service) . Gllbraltar, Nov.' 4. The Rev. Father Machado, one of the most famous Jes uits in England, died fhere today from a broken heart because he had been exiled from Portugal by the republic-' ans. He was 70 years old. ' So beloved was the priest by his followers In Portugal and elsewhere that he was 'called "Father Machado, the Apostle.' Although he protested against leaving his monastery, he was driven out and placed In prison- The aged priest mourned continually and his last words today ' were "God help Portugal." " , -"" " S TROUBLE 111 PERSIA - (American Nw Service) Bombay, India, Mot. 4 The Gazette says that : the British cruiser Proser pina has landed another force of ma rines at LIngah, Penis, and that the British commander sad several sail ors have been wounded in a sHrmlsh IS NOT CONFIRUCO. London, Nor.' 4.-The admiralty la wlthont any conflrmation of. the Bom bar report as to the landing of a sec ond British force at Lingah. THE WEATHER, STATE Increaelwg cleorfinsss wfUi t prebshfy rain tate tonic or Sat r4ay. Warmer , lit Use Cast and Sewth Portion. Colder In ; north- portion LOCAL Fair and wanner tonight , Satnrday nartly slsndy and warnv j r? 5-, v , . ' ' - - - ' STORM SWEEPING ALL OVER EUROPE It Is Nine Hundred Miles Long and Has Invaded Tour Nations Already. MUCH DAMAGE , REPORTED RIVERS THROUGHOUT FRANCE ARE SWOLLEN AND MANY OF THEM OUT OF THEIR BANKS PARIS IS ANXIOUS. : ' ; (American News Service) Paris, Nov. 4. A devastating storm, 900 miles in length, which has covered. four counties either in part or in their entirety, is sweeping the southwestern part of Europe." Already vast damage has been done to shipping and crops and it is feared that many persons have been killed although the damage to means of connection has made the reports meager. Rivers throughout France are swol len, some of them out of their banks and from six to seven feet above their normal height Damage has been done by the wind and the signaling system on the tower of Riff el has been de stroyed. . .'; -.i-i-'iVl The storm which started more than. 48 hours ago in western Italy swept upward with ravaging winds and rains through upper Italy, Switzerland, southwestern Germany and France. ; Although the danger of flood in this city was. not dangerously : imminent today, nevertheless in the light of past experience the people living in the low lying arondlssements packed up their household effects and prepared to move. s r - . Rian was still falling in torrents In yarious parts of France today, accom panied by a cyclonic . wind. From Le mans, Limogas, Valencennea and-Yvfr tot came word , today ? that the storm was raging in all its fury in - those centers. - r IS - GIVEU 99 YEARS ' ; (American ' News. Service) ; Dallas, Texas, Nov. 4. Ninety-nine years, imprisonment was the sentence pronounced today on. National Guards- Iman J. D. Man ley, who killed Louis iRochenstein during Taft's visit here I In October. ManJey plunged his bay onet into Rochenstein while attempt ing to keep back the crowds 0 specta tors. 0, G. REIO WEDS FAMOUS ACTRESS Announcement of His Mar riage to Miss Mabel Car rier Made Here Today. WERE WEDDED IN EUROPE SINCE THEIR RETURN TO NEW YORK MR. REID HAS BEEN QUITE ILL HE AND HIS WIFE WILL VISIT HERE. Local relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Dan iel G. Reid of New York City, are ex pecting a visit from them during the latter part of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Reid , were married In Europe during the summer. Mrs.- Reid was formerly Miss Mabel Carrier, a well known actress. Owing to illness and business affairs . necessitating Mr. Reid's presence in New York, their visit to the west has been delayed. , The marriase of Mr. Reid to Miss Carrier was reported - hero several weeks ago, hot his former business associates were not Informed until recently by Mr. , Raid, and until this time little credence was placed In the accounts. His friends are not sur prised by the marriage. His daughter was married to Henry Topping a wen known young broker tn New York CUty test summer. On a visit to Europe with a party of friends this soracr, Mr. Reid and Miss Carrier mat by arrangement and wore married, ft la not known In what city la Europe, the ceremony was performs. upon taar retarn to New York City Mr. Retd waa tal in and was confined to his home In Irvlagton for several weeks. He expects to be In Chicago during tho month and 'later win take a trip through tho soathweat. and while en route win spend a few daya with his relativea and farmer dates In this dty. Mrs. BsU . Is i veil and favorably known in.rfew York, City waa a favoraa vtpa on the stage. It is understood; that for the last few years she nan taken no active part in theatrical affairs. Mr. Reid has bean marrlsd three times. His second wife has been dead about six years. C.&.Q R0AD WILL COMBAT THE PLAII OF S, VI, ASSOC. Commissioners' Decision Op ening South U Street Across the Railroad Appealed to Circuit Court, , A CROSSING WOULD DE AID TO NEW FACTORY Railway Company Opposed to Opening Another Crossing for Several Reasons, Most ly Expenses. Evidence that the opening of South N street across the C aO. of Indiana railroad tracks will be a light to the finish was furnished Friday morning in the circuit court when the railroad company appealed the decision of the court. The board of county commis sioners had ordered the opening of the road, which would be of vast benefit to the National Automatic Tool works. one of the largest factories In the south end. i , The road's fight, it Is understood Is, not based against the factory hut against the principle of having another crossing, thus 1 adding to the liability of accidents and increasing .the cost of maintainence of the road. ,' The order, of the bqard of . county hoard of com missioners tor opening of the. cross ing was made in September. History of the Case. It was ' petitioned tor by the South Side Improvement association and the factory officials. The railroad delayed la appealing - as long as the law per mitted, and. it is thought probable; the matter win , be delayed tn the circuit courras much as possible. :v A dactskm 1 In favor of the petitioners by the cir cuit court Judge, If such Is the result of the appeal of the case to this court, is not looked forwsrd to as a settle ment of the case,. It being probable the matter would then be appealed to a higher' court. . Last, spring, the county commission ers ordered the crossing made but the order was reversed in the circuit court because the road, then the C. C. 'dt L.,. was in the hands of a receiver and un der the Jurisdiction of the federal court. Wayne Township Trustee Nor warth was in the act of supervising the construction of the crossing when restrained by an order of the court at that time. In a hearing on the tem porary restraining order , the court made the Injunction , permanent so long as the road was in the hands of, a receiver... . . , mms '.an And the First Sctdcn of tha Big Campaign ITJ Ca Held ca Sunday. HELD AT FRIENDS CHUHCH Announcement ; that the opening meeting of the big evancsSeal cam palgn, which win be held In tUs dty during November, win be at the Bast Main Street Friends' church on Sun day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock was made by the Rev. Mahy, the evael 1st, who win . conduct the csmrsirs. in an advance mssssgs to the lay men's committee. This werng wta be presided over by tho Saw. Mahy. His a Istaata, tho Rev. Ibrnos. the personal worker, and Rev. Morcaaf the singer. , win take part. The three eTsngaflsts were d5iyed In arriving In tho dty, not tmrtritj. hero unta Isto this afternoon., Tho Bar. Mahy and tho Rev. Harmon vers taken to tho homo of Dr. Xley and wife. East Main street, whore ttcy win be entertained during, thetr stay in the dty. The Rev. Morgan win be entertained at tho T. M. C A. The three evsngelists win meet wU2i Cl ferent commtttoea on Frly 'ovsziiS, tho general committee oof'Tr.g with tho Ret. Mahy at the flrat Presbytor ilaa churcb after tho ntisctonsry een ventlon. c Mr Morgan. wishos -to .meat ' tho members of the chorus at tho East Mala Street Friends church at 7: o'clock tonight. jAnneTT fu::d EL C. Delcamp Theodore Keller Xi jos,mn uw Emmott 'Easier WCisa Csta Ernest Chwertschart Josri Zlarat Esy Erunton X) 1' 1 1 1 '1 1 1 r -n - ? 1