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Athens Daily Messenger, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1912, Athens, Ohio I I many employers'. wPl business with work- hunters who can not he reached thru want advertis- es; in this city this v.ei WEATHER INDICATIONS, Fair, except snow flurries near lake tonight and Sat'y. COXTIN'OKD THE HOME PAPER OF ATHENS AND ATHENS COUNTY, OHIO. 44444 BEEF PRODUCED OHIO. FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5, 1912 Witness Miles Tells. Secrets of Packing MONEY IS IN BY-PRODUCTS Declare That Armour Packing Com- pany Cleared on Each- Steer Killed During Year 1899, of Which Three Cents Representsd Profit on Meat Ninety-seven Cents Came From Sale of Glue, Oleo and Hides. Called Down by Judge. Chicago. Jan. Carpenter became impatient over the evasive tacti-ce employed by -.William D Miles, who was believed to be one of saongest vritnesses for the gov- eraruent in the case against cue iu indicted packers, and told him to an- swer Questions in a direct manner. Miles made a statement that was startling when he quoted figures of profits of the Armour Paclcing com- pany of Kansas City for the year pre- ceding Oct. 28. 1899. Of this company was then manager. According.to these there was only 3 cents profit on whole carcass or the meat oT s. steer. The profit from the glua made from the hoofs was IS cents, or six times as much as that made on the whole beef. Forty-two cents, is from oleo and its by-prod- ucts and 37 cents made on hides. Quoted From Memorandum. These figures were mystifying to the- government's attorneys. Bin" .Miles stood by them, quoting from a memorandum book he carried. To! be exact, he said that on 204.S20 head of cattle the earnings were That means the profit made ou s. head of cattle was approximately PRICE TWO CENTS SLAYER IS FORGIVEN Tuscarawas County Miner Family Wounded While Drunk CambnexP. O. .kn r, I, Lenox, a miner at da.J from the eitec'.s of a smxhoi wound forpnenoss cr ip.m I.Q hud shot him. .lolin 'V- t-ordins to i ho leporuna.JotoCoion.' A. G. Rinsler Lenox, while cin.m> in- family from TUP hcuhe, aiul i Jo'k refine in the homo 01 l.pnSt loliov.ccl them the house, shoe 1-im u. ihp inflicting a wound uhiri SHOW S TONO! f-o.i Moorefi'c amputM'on Doath lowed the operation in a h ou rs Cold Weather Interferes With Go Where Next Year Tno hi" poultry hhou will come a dt fC tomorrow yvomiig l''roin financial bta.ulpoinr. n has JIQI JJK ed a succoas. Tho l.iity Atlieus refuse to bfcfuiie iiiieit-ati-d and ihe principal altontfutitxi from the fanciers has been frohi.jlic' fountry, and tlie cold v.vathor cm that attendance- down .Many visitors are cxpfcied lor lo- of >n, LOP;
ear 0 lousier bus- lot ects: Treatment of Animals and Then Training- and ('are of Farm Team. A Permanent Sheep rndiistry- The Wise and Unwise of f om- mercial Ferlilizer. a Run-down Tfe gave further figures on the by- product? earnings. As a result ihe a cenrs per steer profit found. Arthur Colby, assistant secretary and a director of the X-ational Jack- ing company, is on the stan-d today. The National Packing company, the government hopes to prove, is the instrument through which the alleged fixing of fresh meat prices was ac- complished. NEW BALL CIRCUIT NEARLY COMPLETED Making _ Prcductive 'arm- Commercial Fruit O rowing. Fruit. Agriculture in the Country School. Oa the second day of the institute iness men, il is said, give of cups for trophies and tho citizt-is there will a poultry show. just as they rJid in Athens when it a new tiling. That the poultry show a decided effect on ihe qualiiv oi fov. h the county, is evident, as the high quality of the bSuls exhib- ited here this year a.ttests. Many pens will go fiom huro to the AF U! UlliUl Freezing High Wind and Low Temperature Will Continue Fair weather except snow flurries near the Lake tonight and Saturday- CONTINUED COLD! Ward Lee, 28, Met Tragic Death in the Nelson- viile Yards Oliii', i'lfrwtur i..r Hie Hookmsi .Uli'y K.iil'jad was in- btamlv kiiK-d last msht by boint? i-.-tushr under a tram. l.i-o beneath .1 in the local yaids and the train which Hi.- c.ir was a part was start- on uiu The unlortumite lean crushed (errihly and -.ieiiu IKTI found. The crow did not kii'HV iiiat Lee about their irnin. li.X ears of age. Wolfe's Salary Is Fixed. co'u'nty coniijiibhiuu et s aneinoon decided to allow DPJJU- U Stale Sealer of Weights and Mr-ns- urcs .lames Wolf, who has been ap- pointed 10 serve in this capacity in Athens county, u salary of per day and his expenses, which are ENTERS DEATH CHAMBER Sicilian Murdeier Says He Is Being Crucified Like Christ. Columbus, I.in Snl vagvjio, ;t Sicilian, ivojvfd p.< tho PC-lllU'lll'ai JIJ.1K v_ tO'ulV av.uit execution on An.il 17 KM was, tcjnurti-ij ol mimlt'; in thi- first :it for Me Ml! ini? on Kollj's IB'MJ.I pcptoniuci of throe of lily connirv not Klaweti'h, iiiiotlioi Viotcd for idine ouViihe raped tho deal h on i nicnd.'.tion of merrr bv (ho jury. Ito- ro Jtocio as con- mil es- Sfah! aekod if lie- hart any- thing to and in broken English ho replied, "I am a martyr like Jesus Chrlbt, nailed t" the cross." of board. His ervpenses tiro fo approved by the county coin- now working: A thru .Mr. in this city and will tin1 county. NHL IN SCOPE Non-Fraternity Students Or- ganize arid Will Issue National Paper show at Columbus, witTi a fair chance Ol Cincinnati and Pitfsburg Award- ed Francises, 3. mcKay, of ihe Division of Xur- sery and Orchard Inspection of the Slate Experiment Station, will give two lectures op "Nursery Stock and Pruning" and "Orchard Enemies and Spraying." McKay bring with him an exhibit of spraying tools and materials, hydioTi- etar, microscopes and mounted in- sects. He wilt answer all questions put to him both, betore and after the sessions and orchard men can profit greatly by his presence. thus Stop Rcrd extension. Columbus. O public Pen ice t onmis. -.on re! used 10 po. to v: Columb.in I'lha-ia aj company, onoi- ating a line between lumbus 'and Pi-shmgers bn-Jgp. to issue 55 oOO.OOn bonds to eitend its read to Fiadlay and construct a branch from Kent on to Waijakoneta, a total of 125 miles. Xo reason for die i efusal was given entry. in the formal HER DEATH A MYSTERY New York, Jan. 5. At the hotel Imperial the promoters back of tho T'nited States baseba'.J eaguc. launch- ed in December, held their sec- ond meeting. "When this new aspirant for baseball patronage met before, it was announced that h had five cities assured, and the number has now in- creased to York. Brook- lyn. Washington, Pittsburg. Rich- mond. Cincinnati and Reading. Pitts- burg and Cincinnati are ll'e two points recruited since the last meet- ing. The eighth ciry will be chosen from several applications that have been received. Chicago looking like the winner The league will meet asain in 10 days. Any intention of ligrhtins the existing league was denied, and no contract jumpers wiri be placed in the. new league. Wcman, Claiming Columbus as Her Home, Dies in Hovel. East Liverpool. Ohio. Jan. in a small hovel in J-Hhrow a woman known as Anna Evans, aged' claiming Columbus as her honip, died' today Trow unknown cause. .her final agony she was discovered by William. Saiitn. a neighbor. "Efforts to summon a physician to attend thp dying woman w-ere in vain. Chief of Police Wyman and Coroner William Beanc were aud started an in- vestigation. She was last seen 2ast night. Ir is said a sister !hes near Nelsonviiie. PERMIT TO WED. .Tames Hunter, 21. farnifr, of Helprc aud Ins Shreeves. ]S. of Coolvillc. LAND TRANSFER By Fair Society to 8. O. S.-W. Auth- orized By County Commissioners. Thc commissioners are meeting here today to take up matters that not completed at their session held on Tuesday cf this week. Several min- or road -epair matters are to be tak- en np and the trade of certain land by the Athens County Agricultural Society to the B. O. S.-W. Railroad company will be authorized. The fair society will trade a piece of land at L. R. Pierce Tells of Petition to National Congress Being Started t .ir. The sessions Tlia hinere cold snap that came o this pan of tin- state veiy sudden) last evening- and Jast night accon panied by a piercing high, bitter! cold v.-ind. had this ciiy in its froze srabp during the night and thi morn and hot in years bus ther been so much suffering and discon fort in so short a spacp of time. Tho 'plumbers were worked ove1. time tliis morning, being called u mend 'frozen water pipes which IULC burnted as soon houses warmed tiiis morning. JMany liomo were fi-e-ouccl aud all vacant houses ir which the water was not turned of fcubtless will suffer as soon as the weather moderates or perhaps be fore. Xo local plumber could remc.ni her a case of. so many frozen wate pipes before in a. siug-Io'day and a! declare I hat property owners very careless in not shutting off the water supply and draining- their pipes last nigbt. Tiie Mist Side school was dismiss- ed because the pas pressure v.-as so low tho building eculcl not ho boated. This morning coal fires were placed under thc boilers aud school was held this afternoon. The wind and temperature combin- ed to make the heating apparatus ;it tlie lush school building and second floor of this building could net be heated. Consequently ihe high school was dismissed for the .forenoon. An afternoon session was of .tie stocKhoIdcrs and Lipected if the ,vcaUlel- moderated. Scores of calls for assistance from the poorer families of thc city and the 1 County Fair Business Will be Transacted Will Also Visit Booster Car board of directors of County Agricultural Society vvill be heid in this city next Monday i ticipation of the work of tho- be the an-! nual ones of these boards. Monday morning at In present board of directors -will meet at the office of Secre'ary 'Haniug comnltMc the business of the oi'd year. Among the matters tins hoard viill take uu are thc- paying of bill of about, for the paving of U'est Union street and i tecs kept busy during the day foal 'men could scarcely handle thc j orders rescued, and Ihe supply, while cut down to extent, took care of even body well The cold weather area hi rhe Vv'cst yosterday was large and extending (toward the- Fiast. coining rapidly. Tho line of trp-psing tet.ipei-at'iry oxtuudcd ed liere uaily today and rbe man does not promise relief. Editor Messenger: A good roads pe- tition is being- started in ihis The following is a copy of tion: the" voters, residing in A Mi- ens Ohio, pray and paiition the House of Represents! i vea of the United Staces for the passage of a law p-rovidiog for the piking; paving iu th: Sets Fire to Clotnir.g. Fc-slorin. O. n. it's ciunt Steinbifjok, lire 'n hei cloth- ing. saturaiina it with oil. She was cooked am! no recovery She H bo'Ifve'l lo be insane !lle to the Gulf Coast slatPS and Earit o. a piece o. land at the west of Coagt 'IK lair grounds to the B. O. a JCailroad company, for anolhcr parcel! a oar the coal tipples. Tlie coinniih-l Kiono'-s have authorized tirs tr.vns-} fer. In addition, the commissioners yesterday allowed thr- Fair Society tho sum of in anticipation of their levy for the and most of amount will bo to pay for the pa-liner in fro'it of the fair ground. ruder the new law, the Fair society of each county is entitled'to and because the Athens fair is iive one. it is requested that 'ho county thTn Komc-thin? ne-ar a rule, thp Kciir foci- pty pays its own vai, and bjiend" thousands of doiia's for imj'roi e- mfn'. idit it fec'is tfidt i- onlitlod hc-ip uie- in such Thf Tair aso won b. FOSTER HHIN G Csr Faro F.tss Settled. ToU-do, O.. Jan. -For a period of dajs connneuciin; m-st .Monday, experimental Sfhetlulo of fares will picvail on llio hues of the To- ledo Railway-company. Tickets will be the runs of six for a quar- ter and for two hours in tho morning and rwo hours in the evening 3-cont fares will be charged, with universal transfer? on all lines. This arrange- ment was suggested to Mayor Whit- lock by attorneys for the company and bondholders. Radforu Child Is Dead. K.-.rl Hadfcrd, the 15-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rad- ford. of near Pisher, died about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, short illness pneumonia. Tlie funeral arrangements have not annoimcrd. Of Constitutional Convention by the Athens County Bar Association fact that tho leading candidates oday for president of the Constilti- ional Convention represent an ex- rcnip typo of one sort or as directed the less radical ele- "jiit among the delofiates-elect (o jok for one of more balanced type to d this g'-eat convention. Suggpp- have been comin in from ithcr and there (or the past few days 5 the effect that Prof. Henry W. Hsoii. delegate elect from Athens ounty would fit. into Ibe need of Ihe our as president of the convention. .c-Lins upon this bolieE tho Athens Oiinty Association held a special looting- yesterday afternoon with eiieral Charles If. Grosvonor :n thc; hair and tho following cn- by a unanimous vote: IVof. Henry El son. profossor of if.rory aud political in Ohio niversity, delegate for A then-, Coun- to the Fourih Constitutional Con- i-nlion, is splendidly equipped for iho sponsibl-i dnties of of that ifc :.s a profound and life-long .ndfiit of governmental and con.'-ti- itional questions and is the author a hihtori of the Unttrd S'al'-.-; jtn-i of other books on insioric I'r Uibon IB witli na1. raoreov.'r, j iv-nil-' a rrnc is not a various tho 01. everv roati iu t me extreme west end of their grounds i United States thiuk jt JK aboat thC work more pfeji-i plan that handy for a cood wifhin fbe foaoh of, Louse railroad company sires the ground at the west end ofj Ydo not fhji.t i.ve wouit' o'clock hoUlTts of liie in tne conn :f a quorum or after 13 hem? ex- tllp, tended toward the Grosvenor crossing. Mrt. Day Death. __ O., Jan. death of Mrs.xs Hr Day, "wife of .Justice Davof the United supreme court, is momentarily in her home In tbii expended, but -vre do object to inpr and clieatins offices that are ports for the '.i The or ti khoidfrs and Purely to nave directors nc drnu. -because tno Ohio Boo-.fr r.- l.f! It is a wrongfui expenditure of at that tim-. Th which js being run over ;'v (Cmtmued On Three.) y0rk Central lines, win arme 'twntif n Isirie.-f.tion cf The National Phrenocon Ajssocia- tion, composed of donts. I'liov.-n evei'ywhere among ccjl- I lose men and :is an organization at Uiu Ohio university, as Barbarians, has been organized and incorporated under the laws of the state of Ohio. At thid time students from Ohio and -Miami universities have Joined in the movement. Urn-ing the past summer, the Ohio Univeraiiy Union, which was the lat- er growtn of tho Barbarian organiza- tion, joined with Miami university in the formation of a national associa- tion. Delegates from both schools mot at Oxford and ratified j constitu- tion. Since that time sinfflar move- ments have been started at Ohio State university, Ohio uni- versity, and Marietta colleges, and all three of these institutions arc expect- ed to become members of tho national body. La-st night word was received here that tho Ohio State organization desired to .loin the national associa- t icm Thc non-fraternity movement was started at Ohio university eight or nine years ago, standing for the best along- the lino of moral, intellectual and physical development of. tho stu- dent. It is hoped by-the movers of the national movement that this plan v.'ill unify and crystallize the non- i'ralernity sentiment in the colleges of the entire country, will help foa- tcr tho spirit of democracy and of equality for the student and make it possible to attain those things which arc highest and best in college taid one of the'members of the Na- tional Phrenocon Association this morning. The National Association will be represented by a national publics- lion, which v.'ill soon bo gotten out. for the first time. This paper will bo called the name be- ing taken from the old publication fit the Ohio university, and vvill bo issued on tho ]5Ui of c-ach month. J. ft UicbardH be the editor-in- chief and Stanley Uougan the busi- ness manager. Ilotji are local stu- dents. C01BB W. MUCH IN FAV08 j Wiii Be Used as Mm fu New Steel BIG CUT IN RATES Domocratie McmbvM Caucu. Next 'to Comlfer port of New at Iron and ef derwood Tariff Revision Propocitlcn ef Coniidiradf Fair ito and Producer. Washington, Jan. eoramtftj tee on ways and waanj of Is malclnK rapid progroBs SB of revising thii iron schedule of tariff law. cuised at a meeting of tk> commlti teo. at whiah Chairmatt presided. The metal schedule tion, composed of Dixon of Indiana, of- Pena.4-.- fiylvania and Hull of ported that they would ready tiwl submit their couclugioiw to full committee at an aarljr Horfronui f." In large iron and biH will the iron and iteel. revision by Senator of at ttai npacial session of wngrm aald summer. The Cummiju bill for a horizontal reductlen of cet on tonnage iron And of etructural iron imf which lower The Cummina bill prov for a hbrizoutarmduetion of. 90 on of froa and In tho opinion, of the Cununina' MM WM a well considered ftJrr to thi consumer of that, memsure be, written into the Undtrwood bill. Tndlcatloria Iron" revision btil -will "t uubject at a held next week.- Soon it will be reported to OBJECTED TO GLASS IN HIS 6BAPE Man Has Bride Arreitad Poisooiflg Gbarges. IH fiGENT Investigated More Than Scon of Complaints in City and County ail complaints o! ciueity to anirnals or childrf-n to A. C'. Roach, Afrc-K, Athens, Ohio.) officers ami direcioi'H of the AUieii.s County Humane Society Attorney ed from ManeM he gcr-3 to ence the to whom v.as referred t.ie cf ur.pro- conauct Attor- ney Israel M. Forier. He b.'jught the findrngs of the cornmitte-i back with him, Arriv- ing 3: 2 o'clock. placed fhem in the hs-ds of Judge Wood. Thc subctance cf the finding is that "Fester IB guiltless of the charges preferred. The detail of the findings will be published tomorrow. Sunday afternoon in regular Many Miggeiiiionj, and plans for the holrts a thoroughly f'Jrthfranco ol the work wero diacus.-s- "l A review of the monlhs work jHesentfec! and Humane Agent JllOJch's report was ac'eytfd. This .j re-port fiho-rt's that that officer !i ilrcou by n-i mor.na idle as many cf tomjjlamis v.rre tedious to ai- complaint was i'.ii in en stated bo- AHcntown, Pa., Jan. John Kulp, a bride of three charged by her with attempt; ing to murder him and par- ents by moans of poicon placed grape plos. Mrs. Kulp was for- merly Hannah Sneidd of and she and her husband, after their marriage, went to live with par- ents, his sistar also being a member' of the family, A few days ago youne Mw. Kulp, baked two grape pies, large, juicy and tempting. She was at home when she baked them. When thejr were served-it was noticed that pies wero liberally besprinkled with, powdered sugar. The young husband, cut out a big slice, but with the first declared the taste not at all like that of the pie that mother used to make, but gritty and bitter. Kulp consulted a chemist and thea preferred a charge against wife cf attempting to kill them air by mixing ground glasB and nin" v-itb the powdered sugar. The bride, who is about 15, waft committed to prison. The motive, according: to the family's statement, is dissension. They did not get alonff xcell together and quarrels fre- .'is-o-uinori fo; arpl vf.-nrion I'j his of !ho ieiy is pre- ;uis is brought a hour if '..-oid of caution or flagrant t.tfgT.iy such in with Her. Head ley, of Columbus, in Rev. E. C. Graving, of Pometoy preached last night. Services wlU M held each evening this practically all day on. i
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