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Hamilton Daily Republican-News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1912, Hamilton, Ohio V V fP PM THE Fair and ESTABLISHED 1878. BAKER REFUSES TO DISCUSS MURDER Telegraph f Section I LODGED IN AWAITING TRIAL FOR TAKEN DINNER Man Wasn't Given Pre- liminary Tells of Eighteen to Detective that the fugitive in fhe He m- Marshal and the arrest was once decided Frank arrived hero Saturday from out from having in custody Cleveland arrested for the of Ms Stephen in city 7 on the of October When the case up this .it dis- covered Baker had been indicted by the grand jury no in the police couit wa no h ind was t to jail attorney J T of was and had i consultation with Bakei iri the prison I altr Bakei out taken to jail ul the knowledge of imny who assembled in tho couit om i ins. tophon in her Mr r in and the li 1 fAis IP the ca e ini lot IP s ind ut is the cl for the In 0S10, NOVEMBER 29, 1912. ONE CENT. ESTIMATE COST AT The building committee of Ihe Y M. met on Thursday morning and revised plans for f lie The estimate cost exclusive of i estimated at Bids wilf be received on January 11 at ELKS INVITE PUBLIC TO MEMORIAL SERVICE No. 03, B. P. 0. cordially invited lha public it Smiths The Frank F Brandt will the annual will meet it their Picture of McEwan's Thanksgiving Chorus C BAKER Detective m Ibis city said bad told r him that be hud letters 11 om bis phen in which to kill him said that did not admit the Shooting ut Mi main Hi with UK much pii onu w twilled at Mrs l and p b Hall at 2 o'clock ami march lo Ihe theatre in- a I j GOVERNOR COX LOOKS FOR COLUMBUS HOME lit nul Nov noi elect heie hoaso Ho looked at tho resident ol K blow art Dr W A Fiance ind 1 B all on East Broil ind will take the thanksgiving morning and the nows it is io be pud upon conviction so that must follow to 411 u. Iho vl to bo of the coming month ise gase lal Bikers it He sind that anj que lions IP i id isil went to tin a door the dm npi it m Ihi kit ben without w bun ai i no nti 01 thit of Mi at 800 East soiree tbo Biederwolf the 500 members of declined to talk about the in- the chorus ebon over mittit be hid High lo the Court on fulh subject in In slops of which at Ihs Adjutant Major H Wood delegated lo of Commerce about it taken for Ihe Mr. and in just a second tho men doffed their derbys and you can resume jour the women took off their and DR. BENTON WINS FIRST ROUND IN VERMONT COURTS TO SUE DR. MOORE IS COLLUSION MUST BE PROVEN Decision Of Superior Judge Taylor Practically Dismissal Of Action For Dam Word was here today Superior Judge Taylor County Court had sustained the demurrer of Guy Potter former President of Miami University to I lio petition for dim ages of Hugh Moore of Ox ford suit was for Dr. Benton -is now evident of the of Vermont located al The action of Judge in sustaining the cally dismissal of Dr. Moore's In order to file a new the Oxford physician must jhow between Dr. on and former Mayor Sloane and UJl ill stood there in the brisk Quite a crowd to hoar j lite chorus All Hail look nl the mo obtained a circulation inquiries were telephone u Un- police is to hid the news of the vl at B 30 oclocK i foi tlie wivon at the G H mil It but a faw minnUs the waton was oa als ind but a short time until us with ii m hind at once ml into the loom and iei of was In a cell which may IQ have noen Ihe coll of a felon and a He had a few ordinary on his person and in left hero for Oakley at o'clock but did nbl at his hours in 4-uslody and in an In shape of it murder signed Police Chief and Baker was surrendered tg is a round about way from bore to and hence unable to bis just lime in procuring neys Locke of of this his Under of bla ho ar- rest and refuses to imike any to i his lint from remarks iho is lo have ho theories wore Graves shot at North o'clock at A litlle over two hours later seen Mid- by persons know and this led to speculation as to now ho got whether he over Ise Black street bridge and caught a ear walked up the or some other But this supposed clue resulted in Ho reported to been al College RESTRAINED FROM SPENDING MONEY SHARE OF FOR COUNTY Common Pleas lei S Judge John B. Prosecuting Plett Ben A Bickley arid elect fiom of Judge will be in the 01 three land wil t ike on Jan 1 alto Uko on while Judge will begin his term on ruary n. SOUTH CAROLINA MAN AND WOMAN ARRESTED HERE CAROLINA AT FIRST CHURCH The pulpit Iho Reformed church will be filled Sunday ins Frederick S. Zaugg of N. Mr. is a Ohio man and comes very highly is a Hie church members is expected to be ent him IS ACCUSED OF TO FORMER HOME of the School Basket Ball team Joe robs was to captain the 1912-1013 He is DEFENDANT Collected Princeton Folk Think Are Share It. On of 3.V. Clawson and trustees of dist Episcopal Church Princeton Gard Friday morning wl a temporary injunction ing David as treasurer of Ihe Port Charge of the Port Un- lion from in bis Tho in the J. C 6lawson, L. R. E. T. N. A. Gerard as trustees of Episcopal of and are David Jonah B. Otto Wille as trustees of Port Union of. E. Church of the U. S. and said Port Union Un- ion of the The that tho n formerly TENDERS 100 LINCOLN PENNIES FOR LICENSE In tor a license lo Miss Lydia Holler a Jacob an engineer tendered 100 Lincoln nies for the much coveted Mr. Meier began ing Ihe Lincoln pennies over a year expected lo pay for Lincoln said Mr. Meier to The this saved up for that This time pennies ever been given for a license the unusual payment was the cause of much speculation in the court Foi and J to The WILLIAM WINS LONG CYCLE CLUB By the Club's Thanksgiving run yesterday oon secured th silver as first received a fountain ami Tlie course and in Chicago but carne to TELEGRAPH 20 Catherine received in for a broken ainst a prolly widow who her Nov. man Caleb Powers night was to Miss Anna Nov. League magnates that of the ho ex- cluded from participation in cils of the 5[ Simon ind a woman ing hei name as Violet Graham weie by Welch and yesterday and de- for living in illicit An an upon confession made by arrested the fad thai both were from Columbia South Simon has in the of a there wherein had been de- posited funds from a truss com- from having he had stolen a considerable Willi the woman in his company he last Monday two weeks ago and the was found at Fourth and they were Police J. H. left today for Columbia with mons in charge is held for that will make exposures involving higher The woman was wood anc over across io back to Second and TEXAS NEGRO WILL GALLOWS WITHOUT MONEY OR IIK IN SEVEN TRIAL this is suit Iho result of tho I to lead the team as IIP ard and bendy and has layed for a lew The team mikes i very neat new um form 5 of and ce is being held a week and Ihe them to look into without ho way ho eight mpn for this scar's team Bert Paul Gaidner and James been has a pond number of March 20 arrest of Mooie on a warrant sworn out by Benton him with Celling liquor to Norman look tho liquor lo tno Miami a drunken de- yoi found Dr. Moore quilty ind he was sustained hy Common Judge Murphy the Couit on the ease ed the decision of Judge Murphy and tho fine im- posed by Major Sloane Ihe suil for followed the decision of the DarH in ni Judge filed a de- cision Judge Taylor was ou this BODY OF FITE 0, Nov. body of John File was found ing in Ihe canal near tho overflow i this The body was bx a boy busy ONLY 15 LICENSES GRANTED FOR THANKS DAY named nice H Ijad been in the water two days Tlie expected couples to the rush of happy marriage license desk in the office of Probate Judge for Thanksgiving did not materialize only 15 marriage being granted This is considered a large number but it was believed that 25 or 30 CASHIER KILLS EXAMINERS WORK ON ia tier of the city bank ot and killed himself in the basement of the hank heie of the bank refused to make a and it is known that two examiners are working on the books would be licenses granted Following are Ihe not published Edward also taken going FOR Mary sued son for says the money is due milking cows at thb Union tbo CiuT to and was ir Port Union buted to Ibe cost of construction of civil died o'clock night at his 310 South Fifth of a of Ho had been III for time and his death had boon ex- GEORGE KILLINGER IS DEAD AT HIS HOME a veteran of thu all trace of him was lost until was received from Marshal of lie had been He Knows Tlie Oaker alone knows tho Irue story of his But from what has escaped n's It is after ho ran east and toward circled around fair turned south and by made bis way down inlo the C. yards where ho caught train first to travelled as far west n.B IIP his slops arrived nl Tuesday whom IIP I he home of bis Oels a parsonage for the who might be assigned the The petition recites that sonage was destroyed by fire on 1912. as treasurer collected insurance in the of It is also in the petition Ural money is for Iho sole uso of Port Union Charge and has spent of the insurance collected now for 507110 Mr. was a of Post G. A. for a number of and ia survived by a three and arid grand The members of between April 1, ln Aug. Harlan aud An- In the of Miller against George the has denying the tions of and selling up a claim The suit resulted a and IS Frank as of the estate of the laje ShalTer has given bond in the balc court for Carrie of the estate of Michael Cabill has asked of the be confirmed and that an der be issued for the sale of the real For Whi Is Finally To Lend To His Nov. a imgro who is lo bo today was convicted of having murdered Sol a las eight years Gales money or friends obtained trials and his case ivas responsible for two changes in Texas light for life was made the more remarkable by the fact of the seven trial juries found suilly of anc six of them condemned him lo The other being to agree over the penally caused a although lliu nn and a limes for serious legal errors havi been used repeatedly lo nev RED CROSS SECRETARY Mabel of the Red today House tho insignia of the of the upon her tho for trials for was declared void sixth Iria jury in its verdict advertently the first in finding word Gale From ho a part of Ibe has the sum on deposit in ton will the at tho late residence next the National is to one o'clock burial will be made andlin 30 yoars and for many it off jibe the claim the Monday morning nl Princeton nsk lo I was born in mm. that had lived in for the past fully and the Port charge sole of Iho The ehurch on in Gard amount bond til E. A. la the attorney for PATRICK IS LIBERATED OF N. November Wednesday night ued a Alherl T. lo life imprisonment for he murder of William Marsh 111 aged and of boon employed ns a car in of the H. and D Ho in war of Hie and in Urn of life he was loved hy those lorn ho was nearest and nd by all who knew 1 who was saved from the electric chair by late in 1B08, Has ii remarkable light for A lawyer ho Higgina OFFICERS NOMINATED LONE STAR LODGE OF P Lone Slar Knights nominated the following Wednesday Vice Chancellor C. J. Master at Gilford Insido William Trab Hamilton and Minnie E. G. W. Hamilton Arthur Kenneth Oxford and Mary Magdaline Rev. Arthur irg and Lulu Rev. H. A. a Frank William Wilden lamilton and Mabel Elizabeth paper Rev. F. W. Elmer H. San manager and E. Rev. J. F. ille and Anna Rev. H. A. Leonard Jacob lamilton and Lydia Hannah keeper E. Ellsworth farmer Kyles Slation and Rev. Charles laborer and Lula tobacco Closes Kabn and Rev. Fred ton and Laura Rev. 0. D. SAGGING BRIDGE OF WRECK ON PENNA. PHIL coronei i which today an the of four sons in Wednesday night's on the Penna R. R. at Glen Rock rendered that the dent was due to Hie sagging of a LEWIS D. MURPHY DIED ON WEDNESDAY Lewis Murphy died at bis homo near Monroe at 0 o'clock Wednesday evening oil 5 and 8 Hu in ing for and his death was not while coming as a deep sorrowful Mr. Murphy a son of the and MAROONS ARE ENTERTAINED AT THOMAS The members of the Maroon team their friends were Wednesday ning al Iho homu of Thomas in Sycamore Cards nhd Murphy who camo from some of the oldest and beat known families in Duller He was born in Liberty was a deputy sheriff under laic Isaac hut hy lion he was a farmer and thn jor portion of his life passed on a Ho was a brother oV Judge Clarence of llif common Hurry K. A. worn the features of death to that Iho bad no legal right to the original and im- poso of life Aldon of Keeper of and H. Master of H. W. Master of The will elected next Wednesday the About 20 BICYCLE IS to of and also in to a grief stricken ono Mit of 1'ho the tlw of of of tin 1 tho 0. of v i was from in front of the deceased on Weil Mam take part in tbo dav h thn pall hM
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