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Athens Daily Messenger, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1912, Athens, Ohio The woman who "sends out of town for everything" may soon have to sendlherMsband out of town for a job. Everybody Seei Them. When Classified, your Want Ad wiit be as easy to find I as. anything in The Daily I Messenger, Want: Ads Win. THE WEATHER. FAIR TONIGHT AND TEMP, THE HOME PAPER OF ATHENS AND ATHENS COUNTY, OHIO, VOL. 179, ATHENS, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1912. PRICE TWO CENTS. ISIiES RULE PROPOSIIION Mooted Question Is Finally Settled. TEST CASE FROM OHIO Wilson Then Freed From State Convention's Decree, VOTE FOLLOWS WARM DEBATE Minority Report of Rules Com mittee Adopted By a I Decisive Vote. ,.t Fifth Regiment Armory, Md., June Tem- porary Chairman Parker rapped for order shortly after the noon hour today, the armory was filled with a tired but enthusiastic crowd of delegates and visitors, to witness the big show of the nomina- tion Of the presidential ticket. The men behind the scenes who are handing -out the dope on the result of the contest predict that C'ark is losing strength, while WoodroW Wilson fa making gains. United States Sen- ator John W. Kern of and Mayor Gaynor of New York are looming up as possibilities for s compromise candidate. Speaker Clark's action in throw- Ing his strength to Judge Parker for temporary chairman is the cause of the trouble, and it may result in his undoing as a candi- date. Rumblings were heard among, many of the Clark dele- gates, and the men who are engi- neering the Clark boom were plainly anxious. Baltimore, June notion of the Ohio Do.rnnoratic convention in applying the. unit rule, binding W del- egates elected for Wilson at tlie dis trirt primaries to vote for Harmon, was reversed by the Democratic na- tional convention last night by a vote of to 2 C. It was a snrpripins overthrow of -the conservative forces that had been in control of the con- vention. When the resolution was announced the Wilson partisans made a rousing riemonst.rat.ion. .Ohio's vote on the unit nils aboli- tion was yeas'2014, nays 25. The evening'session of the conveii- was called to order ar. 8: HO by Judfic Pariier, after which (be Rev. T. O C'O'ise of the Mount Royal M. E. Church made the prayer. Tho temporary chairman recog- nized Congressman .T. Harry Coving- i ton of Maryland, chairman of the I committee on rules. The single foa- f ture of his report which varied from the uaual routine was tho proposprf resolution thai the candidates be nominated before the platform was adopted. He spoke in advocacy of the innovation and moved the adop- tion of tho report. A rear of ayes followed the putting of the (juostiou and there was not a single one. The rules coinmit.te chairman then reported a ruljs that dftlp.Rates elected at. primaries shal1 be bound by the unit rule. This started the fight of the night session. The rule touch- ed thf state of Ohio, where 19 Wil- son men had been tied to the Har- mon people by the unit, rule, although a majority of the voters in their dis- tricts had instructed them for Wilson. Mr. CovJnfrton announced that it fcad been arranged by him and Con- gressman Henry of Texas, represent- ing the minority of the committee, to C'evote two hours to debate. The an- nouncement did not please many dele gates and there were loud shouts of t Mr; Henry, who introduced the res- Iolution in congress to investigate the money trust, read the minority report End gave way to Mr. OvinKton, wun- defended the unit rule as .Teffersonian fqctrir.e. The rule was progressive Institution, he added. _Mr. Henry said he waa that a rei-iorl tjionio e i rwntod by Mr. CoviiiftLuii. furbiclriijiK a (Mejrate to vote as Ins district instructed him, especially since Maryland Las ;t law 'Jo the contrary, "In Obio the lepislnture took away from the political committees the light to name delegates, but put into tho statutes the provision that Hiould be elected by (he people by said Mr Henry He said lurther: The Ohio convention tp'.t upon the. will iyf ths For this coTivcr.for to vdll cf the people VOTiM a of Bel f goTemroen t." Henry was loudly applauded by tho (Continued on Two.) EXPECTfD Special Teleirram.] Baltimore, Md., June is every prospect of an exciting session today, and a great fight is expected in the-South Dakota and Illinois contests. The speech of the permanent chairman will probably be con- cluded by 6 o'cloc'k. Then a re- cess of two or three hours will be fallowed Ly many speeches. The first ballot is expected at about midnight. 'Baltimore, half of the delegates were in their seats at noon the hour set for the opening of the convention. There were tremendous crowds and much excitement around the Hall and galleries. Chairman Parker rapped for order at fflUR POINT Ohio UimersKy Was Vcr> Well Represented at State Teachers' Meet. Ohio university enjoyed bonoi of having one of tbe largest, vepresen tatioiis ;tr, the Oio State Teaebor.s' As social ion of any of the Buekeyi State's colleges. These loyal alumni Rathered Tiles day evening, June for an im promptn banquet, at. Tbe Breakers, Ce dar Point. The company frcsn.uepth indulged in college songs, and the eve riing was finished with toasts, M. F Andrew, of Cincinnati, act.ing as toast master. Those who gave toasts were: S. K Mardis. of Columbus, class of Miss M.'iry Uriaon. Adieus State Nor- mal school; R. H. Kinnison, of Wei iiiglon, who lias tlie honor of holding the stiperintendericy pupils of tho High school, and it. is sai'i that S0[ per cent of the teachers favor Jack- son's election also. Tlie board of education will meet tonig'ut to try to elect a superinten- dent, and so thoroughly is Xclsonviilo aroused over matter, that a crowd of citizens are expected to attend tho meeting. ATHENS AMATEURS Will Meet theTocal Profes- sionals at Mill Street Park Sunday. There will be a bull Sunday af- icrnoou at 2 o'clock at tho, Mill streot park between tho regular Athens team and a team composed or the younger players of Athens. Mnny of the latter team are speedy young ball players who have iiwu making hish- ly creditable, records about the city for several years. They are confident I bat they can give the regular team a, ureat game and a larwe crowd is ex- pccl.eii out to see tho buttle. L.ast Sunday's same, which was the first tlie .season, drew quite a crowd. L-Mdius wili bo admitted t'reo jicxt Sunday. WilJ Elect Trustees. A meeting' will be held by tin': con- gregation of tin: Ridge Chris- tion church on Wednesday evening, July M. at close of the- regular eve- ning service, for the purpose of elect- ing ii'iit-i'.- trustees and transacting any othor necessary husinet-s. William Jennings Bryan Hurried From Chicago To Baltimore, Taking Mrs, Bryan With" Him. Photo copyright, 1312, by American I'ress Association. William Jeuntnjs Brynn, who nttontled tho Republican nationnl conTentlon a newspaper writer, hurried from Chicago to Baltimore, where he was to serve a delegate. He took Mm, Bryan with ulni. On nis arrival in ilarylaud city Mr. Bryan freshras U he had not put In n busy week wntchlng "the enemy." S she herself did the. greater part of thi lestimonj of .Miss Anna Jones, work about tr.r -noitse. in 1.S3' f Columbus, was Hie C'-alure of Mrs. Frame visited her in Co- niiiiK session today of the Jennie' Miss Tones declared that she Frame will contest. Miss .lone? Was unlike she was ia the old days, on i hi.) stnnd 'bis morninr as that she then was untrut.hiul and first wif.nesK of the day. Her testi-j vised coarse lanpnafe. In be okl dayp laeny is as cspecialiy vain-; witness declared that her aunt able tho pl.n.im iffs, :IK fnr num-j Was constaiil. to her friends and fuCli A Fine Baby Boy. Air. aril Mrs. Wilson .1. Welch, of LouJKvi'le, Ky., announce the birth of a son, born to tbc.m Tuesday night, Juno The jonng nirm wi'i no Robert Tucker Wclcli. in honor of Mrs. Welch's father, rlc ceased, who was one of the prominent rnen of Louisville She said things about her rela D. J. EVANS Married Here Today. Tlie marriage of Mi.ss Anna Woods, 17, and Mr. Joseph Hartman, look place at noon today at. the courthouse. Mayor Slaughter performed tiie cere- mony. I Because of the age of i.Jic 53 rid f., her father accompanied the couple to Athens and gave his consent to their' ma ITT a go. The bride is from Jackson- ville, and her husband :s a coal miner 1'ving at G'oustcr. M.-s. D J. Evans, of this city, lifer of her appoint inert a? C't'c of Liu- Commissioners; for Toothers' and Ciiililren's Pay. which wiii be celebrated i'.i Columbus on August -tl, (inrinsr tbe Obio-CV.Pimbns ber of yenrs she nrule her hoi'ie tile Frame resilience. She is one ofjnvei ami friends which weie very -wi- the children of the late Will Jones! favovohle to and hitev V'.'ho arc contcslins Iho wtU." Br.-ause j about these- same persous. of h.u- and intimate rel'.liorr ]J: the declared that, hci with her aunt M-s. ber 'esti very kind and affecttonyte. mony was heard wil.'i sroat interest! her, aril that she wnj- sti'l in by the jury and speclatore, v. ho are h his mood on Easter Day in when daily growing Ui The plaint-' paid a visit to Alliens. Mrs. in 'iat- -tt -i score witness Jrame visited .Miss Jf.ne.'T in S( ptem- es and l.he defense lias! arr' was stii' very r.lioul. thirty witnesses to examine. ;.le lowanl her. and her use: of tlr'ifri; end of ibe case is sti'l days diw-, tlol. ceased. On Dee. 11' 07, she tnp( jicceived a very aifcctioiuito letter Mi-sK Jones this morninc: sUiteii tliai.j from Mrs in her nevt letter the had lived wiUi Frame for !7j (O Jores. written in January, years, leaving her in LSn7 She mariej M-s. Frame declared that she her hrivK- wi'.b her -tun' tin1'! si-e wis j wns very poor, and thought bcrj-ell' i'l! years of age. Tliere ivcie 11 chil-j ti.o mojt unfortunate- in tbe drcn iii the YViil Tones family, five of j Mrs. Frame used drugs mere vrhom are Anna, K.-.rl afier her iiusbaiui's de-.itis. ami Itobert :uv> Grpp' i'le. .lores, her! constantly became weaker in father, aud the brother of Mrs. Frame, and mine1. After the death of used the -.vilncss testified.: her aonf. Miss .lores sai'i that '.'ee 'ipe -Tones 's now employed a Cr.-jaecti ;t number of hypodermic neeflie'- liimhuR nr-per. tier saiir.y has allrj about her iiome. gove te boh, support facii'y. .1 ber n.ece in Columbus ,n ten days that, lime she used dn-rrs Red Men Meet Tonight. At the lejru'ar meeting of Mohawk Tribe. Xo. 174, Improved Order of Red Men, tonight, two candidates wil? he ini'iated. Refreshments will be served, after the regular work, and a big at- tendance is expected. (Centennial, to be held during tl- fourth week in August. The Kr.df-.r.ition of Wnnu-n's Clubs has taken of this day, am! it is bfpftl to make it a great success. i Mothers" and Children's Day of the! centennial will be celebrated with a[ children's pa.ireaiit, a luncheon at the Southern for the commissioners, and a fine program in which Stale iiresJ-1 dents of all organisations of women i represented in Ohio will take part. t ,lje anv jonr., under- Mrs iad paid lier hi'is w'li'e s're tidies eacii day each nisbt. Ai time aunt and niece were very friendly, and Mips gave up her f.I'ler Jones tiint- as eliild of or 14 years she liad seen aiiTit. r.se she- adminis tevef' then vo ber herself, Jones Kradisaled from tho Ohio uni- versity in tosiified that wbui she lived at the Frame home) iive'ir. Hell tlian.wHii Mrs .Frame, she furtlier stated Mint she .stcod Jones, was nl tbe home. Miss Jones (declared '.n.'it she she ril- ?ys n.ii't her 'v.-jy in 'he Fr.ime bornn y .'lar-.I Tho fhrrt le liie Frame lioine lOUixbt duty v.as with iier She mir.bt bave CaTverc. testified. The wits severe, anil nearly aa comprehensive aa the direct examination, Mist, Jones being on tbe stand for several hours. Mrs C. Gist was next called. She If now Mrs Frame for about 30 .years. Mrs. FranieV liealtlv she .said grew rapidly worse after" she moved lo Carpenter street about two .years prior to her death. SoiillicrLon. of Carpenter tilreet, a neighbor of Mrs. Frame, testi- fied tliat she knew Mrs. Frame nuitf, ".ell and that alter she moved to that part of tho city she became steadily mind and body. Mrs. J. A. WatKins, with whom Mrs Frame' stayfd for some time, testi- fied that Mrs Frame ordered many bi't that she never saw her use them Mrs Watkins said that Mrs. Krareo ii! it very peculiar man- ner rnar.y times. At times she would be happy atjain she would be de- pressed. She would often change Tier iueiitai attMudc toward her relatives :.nd made numerous wills. Some limes she would write wills jn the iiijCbt. and bave Mrs. Watkins sign Hiein in '.In- morning. WatkinF aid that Mrs. Frame drew probably half ;i do-cen while staying at her Lome on North Congress street Mrs Frame talked of leaving money to her i sen and daughter. When wa- (be -nl'ttcnce of she was-- very poor but when she was tlniF stimvlated she was jii'ir.li better off (inr-rcialiy. The depesinor of flattie C. Jones, mother of Jones children, who testified that she had known Mrs. I'Yai-ic !S76--siie was her sistor- in-'aw and that she CMrs. Frame) had tisc-vl morphine for fifreen years While on a. visit, at the borne of the w'.lness Mrs. Frame acted very ni'fjer- !y and used tinigs corstanffy. "At times M-s. Frame would slap tcstifierl the witness. ".Til at tbe time rtf the of my children she would Continued on Page Three. REAL LEADER i OF THIRD PARTY Colonel Rsosweit Tikis to Make This Clear. TO FIGHT TO THE BITTER BK) Glvet Out a Statement For of Heading Off Any Another of Any Overture. Being at futtt- Prtndargatt HIM. N T.. real leader of third port? ment li Theodora RooMVajt colonel makea and Myt will Htay in Comptroller MI conference with te innuence to Qevvntor HMtay or to aorne other candidate." "But you know I colonel broke In iimplejf iln rejection of "With thorn it anythlmt kMt tJft. They will go to to xet their cmnuiJ-tst Taft or Mfbar, It ia all one to them. mtm W- hind that kteeh prefer Bryan or Wilson, or to he contiattfi with "and T them ttxar me." Colonel knew nothing about which wiveral of hia BOM r dhcranti have had In with Bryan and Wllaon. By the Engineers and fire- men of the Sunday Creek Valley Minea. Gloustcr, Q., Jnnp Of ho cnglnoeM and nretaMNl UrtllU'Tal- !ey have undertaken to day on fholr own inltlaUve. ;ind Tuesday of thle week quit work nftor putting in eight TtM re- iiort in thin city Tueoday to the effect that aotlm traa ta- ken at mines NOB. 264, Jii, Z5S. 2fi6, 2B7 and at HisylTanla. Commissioner Pritchard, of thei Hocking operators, and State Presi- dent Moore, of the Ohio MhMHrcrtara. arc here today on account of thia ac- tion. Kngineera and firemen for the eight-hour day for a number of years, but have M> far ed to get it. They claim they are titlod to th? same iji racard to the eiKht-hour bers of the U. M. W.: of A., are members of the ortMttxatioa and tay dues thn aame aa'thoae who getting the benefits of Aifht BOtra per day. it is to be hyped tbat a sstisfsetery adjustment, of the .will speedily made. Mrs. Prank hfTf tronqj Caauncey, today,
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