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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, New York, New York THE WEATHER. Rain late to-day; to-uttorrow; wind fresh soutfr. VOL. LVII....NO. NEW THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, PAGES. ftfBNTT i Grantor New Yorfc. CEty. Newark, 12S5 Leader's NomiRation. a Surprise for Straight Ticket Named. MAYOR SHARPLY ATTACKED One Delegate Refers to Judas Iscarjot the. Smallest can Attitude Judiciary Assailed. THE COUNTY TICKET. 'For Justice of tho Supremo Court: JAMES W. GERARD. For of tho Court of General Sessions: JAMES MAXjONE, EDWARD SWAN, JOSKPH MUJjQUEIL'N. For Sheriff of New York County: _THOMAS FOL.EY. For Judfces of tho City Court: JOHN H. MCCARTHY, E.DWARD J. O'DWYGJH. JOHN VJNCTJNT McAVOY, THOMAS F. DONNELIA', ALEXANDER FINEIJTE, P-ETKR SCIIMUCKE. FRANCIS OSEPH ILL At Present Speed She Should Be Here at Midnight. Continuous Coughing Causes Fear of Pneumonia. .Bccciai Cable to.THB NEW YORK TIME3S. VIENNA, Oct. Is much un- easiness over the condition of the Em- peror. Francis Joseph's illness is not very serious at the present moment, but on account of hte great was 77 years old in is a great deal apprehension. The Emperor coughed all last night. The doctor, have Cashing Record, of 601 speak. It is reported that they fear _ _ pneumonia, Three prominent phy- sicians were in consultation to-day. All they would say afterward waa that the greatest care %yaa necessary. The .-Emperor is at SchOnbrunn Cas- tle, Buffering' from what -la described graph, via Cape JRace, N. F., Oct. P Without a hitch rind with very little show of real enthusiasm on the part of the delegates, the Democratic County Convention put through a straight Dem- ocratic ticket last at Tammany naming candidates for the place on the Supreme Court bench, three places on the bench ot the Court of General Ses- sions, six JudgeshipB of the City Court, finc'l the Sheriff. Incidentally the. conven- tion, or rather the Tammany orgariiza- tlon Executive Committee, "stood pat" on tho platform adopted at tho .Buffalo convention a year ago, and openly re- fouketj- the Republican leaders for riot fURirfg with tho Democrats on the Judge- showing plainly that Murphy hi'0 henchmen are bitter over being thrown down by tho Woodruff-Parsons crowd. The star feature of the Tammany pro- .grramme was the nomination of Tom Folcy of the Bowery for Sheriff of the county. This choice morsel was kept till the last, arid the large crowd of delegates" that overflowed- the main floor of the hall 'together until thb end. When Foley wag put in nomination by P. J. Cbnway. bodlarn broke and the noise was. heard on Broadway, three blocks away. L The Cheering constituted one continual howJ, the shrill tooting. of police whistles ami tho deeper, harsher note of the tin horn soundlnp? through tho general roar now. and then. The band played valiant- Jy, though not ivnotc of music could, be 'heJirfl. With thf; nomination of Folcy; -Which aecondccl by Koyrln, O'Connor, the con- vention ended, two-thirds of the crowd leaving the motion to adjourn .wap made. Before that the gathering had been utterly tamo. slate was ar- ranged by tho nominating committee just before the convention way called to order Thomas F. McAvoy, chairman of the [Executive Committee of the organization. Tho Executive Committee met at 0 o'clock and appointed the Nominating Coimnilte'o, which met and adjourned until 1. Then for an hour and hatf the pOHitions were juggled about. 'Swan, finally down as a nominee for the Gen- eral Sessions bencn. was first put for- ward as a candidate for City Court. Then Frank efiirvan. tho Assistant Dls- 'trict Attorney; was discussed as a pos- sibility_, Ten minutes. before the conven- tion met, however, the whole ticket was j lUnown, with tho exception of the name John Vincent McAvoy, whose npmina- vion constituted the one the evening: Mr. McAvoy is a son of the Tammany leaner, Thomas F, McAvoy. John J. Delany, former Corporation Counsel, was appointed temporary Chair-; raan and later made permanent Chairman. Throughout the proceedings he held a typewritten programme in his hand and followed it closely. He first recognized 'Panlel F. CohaUxn, who offered the fol- lowing; which was unanlmomi- ly adoptpd: The Democracy of Vow York County reaf- flans' the platform adopted by StaL'o Con- vSftlon Hold in Buffalo .last year. We approve, tfee action of our representatives in tho State cSSnmitteVJ In attsmpting to xnako eUrninatlon of all pavlls-anBhlp in tbo choice of Judaea a 'Sermanent feature of our Judicial Byotew. The roiutel of Republican rnannserB to Join In a "no etfwenttal to the maJntonanco of confidence In iho judiciary by refusing to rnoot or confer with tho Domocrutlo oommlttoo 'wo denounce as nn unworthy attempt .to pnrty qapHal At tho expense of tho hlgnoot o to effect, this Important In political pror.cdure lo proved by tho aken last Friday, wo a.o not. shrink throw'no light on the affair. The chase, which lasted for ten or twelve hours, was .without result. ALMOST BUND, WIVES AUTO. DP. SharrlH, -by of Qirt, Three Miles. 'Special to Thf. New York Timis. STAMFORD, Oct. totally blind from burns in the eyes re- ceived by an explosion of gae In
oliorges made on tlis Aiithony N0 Brady Service Cqcarodostou te. Hew issued to Xt ".StatesneGt of WJdensr and BJiktos reference to the Mr- Bolan's fiftatameat as KeferrJnff to tlid
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