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   Findlay Morning Republican (Newspaper) - March 26, 1927, Findlay, Ohio                                 mo ç'^ ■  4 H U - '  ! % T H • ■  - ^ I I ' lá f 3  \ : ^ -  tí  >Vho lit he tlint hideth counsel without knowledge: therefore ha^e I uttered tliat I anderstood not; things too wonderfol for me, nhkh I knew not. , , ^^ .  —Job 42 s8.  Si'lkloii In mnny M a tnil^  t.l<ni (I preti'o«»«' or a tmbll in more a Hní»frí«tltJ«n, h» «4hcrM n hard of dötf. '  iir nnr(>ii'<on. »ad in otheni onljr « tin«»» of pfwilvenei« unti wonder.  jinuiu-^  VOL XLI. NO. 139  Saturday, showers, colder í n evening; Sunday, fair  FINDLAY, OHiC,; , jTURDAY, MARCH 26, 1927  PRICE THREE CENTS:  RD PLANNED mm SAPIRO STORY  S  ) Ex'Bike Racer KilledWhen Car Leaves Paving During Flight to Escape Officer  BUS HOLDUP SWALLOWS HIS  o flic I  n.-tG  "Think We Can Upset His Applecart," Manufacturer Quoted as Saying.  REED DISPUTES REALTOR  Latter Claims to Have Been Pord Employe, Defense Attacking Assertion.  DAYTOX, Mar. 25.-(AP)—Henry D. "Squirreiy Long, 61 years old, Dayton. famed throughout Ohio for two isrore y<?ars a« o mo-torcycle^and bicycle rider, was  DETROIT. Mar. 25—K.i-Two men who boarded a Tole V. itroii i bus at Toledo this eve'. <snd-i denly flashed guiif^ -wheiii "i i mf^'i ! tor coach entered thi.s cii;: 'lilght ■  --and robbed 2R panseng^ Jt sus loot  killed today when attempting to | c.stlmated at W.^'. f. ;wls.  N COLD DLOOD BY ^„."ÌTtoS  CHINESE: PHILLIPS  elude a deputy sheriff who scwight Toledo, swallowed a diaii i-(,:i;rinf; to arrest him for driving his ma-1 he had placed in his mouri-o Idhid"  chine while intoxicated. ! from the bandits when toiui.-' of . .. .......................  Complaint.s to the sheriffs of-j ^^em mado him talk reg hi.^ Qp. J, WilHamS, Nanking:foe. The jin y did not r  AKKON, 0.. Mnr. .Ini.-.  Rabo, lit, wa.s couvii icil of .r^r.s' degree murder in cnnin>nn pl"as court here today In !he siayine of Barton C. Í'ainícr, killed accidentally as SaHo allegod tn havr Hhot at Bol) C'rulili. his fpined  rr.inf nil  Ford*» Personal Column Writer  DETROIT. Mar. 25.—fAP)-A new reel in the long serial "Aaron Sapiro against Henry Ford for $1.-000,000," was run off in federal court today and the motor car manufacturer was represented for tlie fir^ time as plotting directly ^^plñst Sâ^rdThe Tmrrvinuairïï«"w^ Ish organizer of farmers' co-operative organizations-  To the very last, J. Cameron, of the Ford-owned Dearborn Independent, vehicle of the aUeg<!d libelous articles which Sopiro contends damaged his reputation and circumscribed his acLivitie», maiu-tained h« alone was responsible for the Independent's article and policy.  Ford Planned Expose, Story  A moment after Cameron left the stand after six days th^re, I'^^ord was put in a new light, however. by J. "M. ?»Iiller, author of an authorized edition of "The Amaz'ng Story of Hi-nry Ford-"  "When was the first time you came to Detroit to interview Mr. Ford?" asked W. H. Gallagher, chief counsel for Sapiro.  "In 1020." replied the Washington newspaperman, adding that Uv 1923 ho worked a year for the Dearborn Independent.  "Did Mr. Ford «ver mention Aaron Sapiro to you?" \  "Yes, he asked if I knew Sapiro. I told him that I did not know Saprio but that I knew about him."'  "Whc.. «lue did Mr., Ford sey?" "He said: Sapiro and some  Jews are organizing the farmers and we are going to expos« him; T think we can upset bis .apple-cart.-'""  Witness Admits He/l.osl.*' Upon cross-examination Miller was asked only one question by Senator James A. Reed, Df Mis-  fice sent a deputy on a motorcycle j to the Wolf Creek Pike. He tried to stop Long, who attempted to run him down and failing in that, .■started down the road 10 miles an hour. The deputy pave chafse for several miles until Long's machine slipped from »he pavement, plowed info soft earth and careened over into a field. The ride was brought to an end by a ditch and Long's body was thrown SO feet. His neck was broken and his rib.^ were crushed.  A bottle s-aid to contain liquor was found in his pocket.  2 BIG LAND N  hold y ev r.ow ij ance, nd Idr. f.lni« C  I ktl J  npr-n  lini: \v( I  JI liifrhiV  r.t "T vt-niii!  KS  University Vice President, of Shawnee, Victim.  "'"iisti-  m  New York Joint Sto ,,a,,, tution Bought By ^ni'^o-Pennsylvania ir^"  —^- np.  CLEVKLANP, Mar. 2.-, -';" -Purchase of tho stock o' '.\e\v Xork Aki^^,  mer''y and Sal)0 will re«ei\e the death sentence. The trial, wliich lasfd t,hrr"  ________week^, ended this. afternoon, thf^  .. ^/^■■/MII »-rr- 1 i-k/%-rr-Pk woman ami e leven  U. S. CONSULATE LOOTED men dellheraiinR in- two ¡m),.; .  _J__in finding the verdict  Sabo turned pale as ilio \ 'r'lut was read, and his mother, Mrs. Martin Planjar, coll.ipsed besid»-him. He appeared in a daze b.h he waa led from the court room JudRB L. S. Pardee, in !iis in-rtrnction.s to the jury, dfclared that the fai t that i'air.tcr w:!s sho; by mistake would not ftcfl Halio of tiio murder rliarRe, provided ir wa'^ [iroved he planned the death o; another man at the time of th«-sl«)otinK.  Two Others Sacked; 3,000 Northerners at Taicheng Captive or Killed.  LO.VDOX. Mar. 2.'. - ( AP i -Dr. J. F,. WilUnm.«. of S li aw nee. O.. vice-president of thf .Nanking I'nii ver«;ity. was "miirderrd in cckî'l blndd hv nnf;ona!is! soldier«," cays Sir Percivnl Phillips. ShinR-hai corn^snndt nt or................tlie___JMLii  WOULD SEE BOOKS  group identified witli -^»-^'iiiio-' Pennsylvania joint, siock*^ '"^''''WnU was announced here toni^'-'"'^-^ officials of tiie local hank.'"!'''  an .'X me ri can  J.  ho'.lt  Armour Grain Company Records Ordered for Glimpse By Legislators.  rful  ,st ,)n  M;m1. quoting' from confular report.  KuU Story I'ntold.  Stating that i still was Impos-.^ibk' tf) «ive the full ctory ot the Cantonese atiaek on (orv.gn-<'r« in .Nanking, the dispatch 8uy.s that it was konwn that tiie Brit-  rniCAGO, March 25.—(7i')—Sub-poena.s directing the Armour drain  company, which was held resign-, ,, , ,  slhle for the }.1.0no,000 failure ofj^«^ ^»f Fnhl''^^  York brink has total $11,000.000.  Control nf thr> .New was acqiiircil from tlic (¡T, company. Samuel McCii^  dent of the 0!iio-Pei . .w..,» ..........  bank, becomes prcsidci*''" "th^ aii^se consulate was so thor-•New York institution a"' H. oughly sacked that the. only tiling  ■'eibig, of the United hanl.^'^"'"* he- left ihttict was a porirait of tlw come.s vice-presidi^nt. eniporror. The loott'r.s took all  The New York hank y.arg  ; ish consulate was looted first and  an i a  ÎONG PEACE VERS IN GO  30 Unaccounted for Aftiir Threat to Bombard Cantonese Brings Result.  NATIVES ABUSE WOMEN  W. J. ( auieron, editor of Henry Ford's DeaHwrn Jndeyendent, admitted yesterday In the libel suit of Aaron Sapiro "That he wrote FordN '*ppr«ionar column In the weekly.  a n d r<i m Lfiv.  SÍO VER  M í  IRDERER, F JURY  Stepmother Was His Victim; Father's Alleged Slayer Soon on Trial.  the Grain .Marketing Corporation iPP^ and  in 1(124 to produce Hs 1S2;1 eleva-' nv an"'''^"  tor records for examination were, "'""^'n' "  ordered i.-sued late todav bv the s.-parate units, t;  Illinois legi.-^latlve investigating "^'ill '><- virt\);!ll.  committee, following the first day's' public hearing.  This action followed testimonv of Harry C. Mallor.v,- former elevator weighman for the Armour Grain company. Me told o alleged undercover paper transactions in grain, the raising of grades nf grain, by which, he said, the company profited several cents a ¡bushel, the burning »of records» at  the elevator at which he was em-j --  ployed and of his accusing Gen-.w«». Pnnuirt ID eral Superintendent George Thomp-: ^^ UOllVIUl, lU son. wjth charges ot "gyping the- ftien fOr ACQUitta  Tprank McCarthy, ot Elgin, act. ^trOm tO Gct NCW  ing chairman of the inveatigating committee, «aid when Mallory had flnished. that "the seriousness of  ; emporror. . the archives and destroyed the fiir-. niture. The looting was general : and systematic.  Threat Warring Chinese Will today. Be Deported Causes Draft of Harmony Note.  Rov K. Havncs.  ( OJ.I >IIJI ,s. Miirvh -J.^. .\lHM>lnlinent <if l.'oy Ilnjnev ii>< t'rdenil prohilih'iiMi iMlniini^-frator nieaiis the Hepubliciiii larty ha-» iineiiuluKjilly conimit* ted {(«»ell' to prohibition eni'orál^ oient in anMci]iHtlon of the next presidential raniimlirn. Senator Frank B. iVIIIIs declared here  S,(K)0 .Northerners' Kale.  NEW YORK. Mar. 25-Leaders of thft Hip Sing and On  per- The dispatch adds that after a j^pong "tongs todav in ronf-rence nan- two day battle the northerners, soli-' nunii>oring about :i,000. isolated at  RY DEADLËéD N BANK ROFT'lY  Taicheng, a1>out .1.". miles northwest of Shanghai, siirrmdered or were killed today.  with District Attorney Banton. agreed with hitn in d^'noiin'^inii ^ the recent outbreak of hostillMcs! and assured him that th« "everlasting peace" between thp two or-Iganizations still exists and ^'i'l continue.  The lead' rs, to .show tlifir good I faith, drafted a lotter to be se.nt  Several Ohioans In \ankin?.  f'LEVE1.iAND. -March 25. OP)— A numl>er of Ohioann are in the i>e-  ..lege<l area, cf i'Wna.:, ^^ ^ ^^  where anti-foreign not in« has tak-:. _____  en the Ffe of at least one American,  Sena!or Wlllls «as noncoiudittai nlien usked If the u|ip<ilnt^ ment of Ilaynes roula he faken to menn that Tresldent ( «wlldge would seek u third lerm. He siild, h))>ie>er that he had no doiihl tlie président conid get the nomination and he elerted.  MILLS' BAÏÏLE'l SEE PAI NEAR END  ^0-y-  Dr. J. E. Williams, vice president of Nanking I.'niversity, a native of  iOhio.  souri. chief of the Ford counscl. • Foi! :wing conviction of Arthur "You spt up that claim (that:stnut. X',. of second degree murder Miller had worked a year for the ¡j^ comnrm pleas court here today Ford organization)^ at ^Vashing-| ^^^ the slaving of his stepmother.  '"^r ?osl ''Millii replied in a verv 'Mr^- Sara Stout. County Prosecutor I lost, .MUJCI repiieu ill « I. J announced the county  c I jury will be called next  "Thar s all,' said Senator ¡Tuesdav and aske.1 to indict Mrs.  find the new_ witness was gonei,^^^^ Palmer, Arthur'.^ former rom-after five minutes of brisk new ^^^ murder of  on a charge nf participai $167,000 rohl>ery of the  ' DEFIANCE, 0., Mar. , After deliberating for  __charges made by Mallory de- and 24 minutes, the Ji  imanded immediate subpoenaing of ArtbUi- Rv-sirom I Mv.\RTHrR. 0., March 25- i Armour records.  Adjourning until next Frida.v, he said the committee i the mean-1 National bank liere last time would also summon J. Ogden ^ reported a hopeless dea Armour and others of the Armour wa<-> discharged.  Grain company.__q^^e final vote stoo.l 10  conviction, two wonica  COUPLE FOUND DEAD IN of the jury holding out i  tal. Prosecutor J. R. H  n  oura ,-ying Tare. I the lants nber. and  and to repudiate arts of individ-, . , , , , uals who are carrying out private  Relatjves in thi.s an,d other grudges  (ities appealed to the Americati em-'  thft coiintry calling upon them to stand bv the terms j «.. n n oi t  of the truce signed two year« ago AttOmCy May SCC SlayCr Ot  Mellett Today Unless the Warden Gets Stay.  baa.'^y at Shanghai today tcr news erf Cheir loved ones.  door to T>r. "WWIami, vAe» WT.i» a native of Shawnee. O., Hved Mrs. F. E. Meigs, mother of Mm. D. W. Teachout, of Cleveland. Mrs.  The fllaylngs. which totalled 10 «ine* e»rl]r yMterday, bave t>eea tb» flatggowtli-^t private and Per-gon&i feuds, leaders said.  The district attorney had therat- : ^^  Victims Objects of Jli^flUlUFl' Brutality; Their Clothing Partly Torn Off.  SHAN(;H.\I. .Mar 2f>.--(AP) —  Ti " viu; TL-U!» il^i-oat by the Ajracri-(ri:, aii'i Briti. h naval cummand !ii,it <',irr >n"-" ¡loi'iiiong at Nan-i kit;- would !>-• iK)mbard«d unless fr..-.-^-¡itTH «iill tieleaguerod In the -T^T-r vvere iPTCOTteTi—trr-awfety, to--  hi^iii wan followed by the «at« :;i)p'^arance of the first ot 'th« Auicrican.'i on the waterfrOBt.. T!.e vanL'unrd >>[ the 120 Am«rt-ran- wjio tifid taken reinge iB the rn;vi:r.-iiiy of .Nanking began to arrive iind<'r the guns ef the waf v<"ssels early tonight. Wb«tlief tb« It ntiro 120 were coming otit not definitely established, but approximately 30 American« «r«r« ^till unaccount<rf for.  .M!i«<tl»narf KlRod I W.th the d«ath of one American nr..-<!<ionary and the wounding Ojt • an .\nierican woman definitely reported, .stories of brutality l)y un-Iformetl Cantonee« soldlor« ttgainst .Vtnerioan ivoman. vandal-Usin. outrages and» wanton de-sMiirtlon were received from tbo w.ir-fom city. During the antl» forciiiii rioting, t!;« reports said* .•\meriiaii women were subjected tr, great brutality. In many cas«» their clothing being partly torn off 'jy soldiers in uniform.  The known American fatality w.xs the death of Dr. J. E. W^ Hams, of Shawnee, 0., member R the northern Presbyterian mlM-•iions ami vice-president of the Nanking University.  Tlie wounded American wiHna&> who was among those arriving at thA waterfront tonight, was a MiM Moffait. who had be«a »hot tw|  HOUSE, HEADS BATTERED;  testimony which lifted the trial from the depths of monotc.ny into which it had fallen.  Senator Reed's question referred to a fuit Miller brought in "Washington ag.Tinst the Dearhorn In-■jependent Company for alleged back salflry of commissions, it was understood, Cameron had ' been di-ni\'^.-ed  William Stout, Art;hur'8 father.  If Mrs, Palmer is indicted, she will be tried during the April term of court, the prosecutor said.  The jury tliat counted Arthur deliberated less than three hours. The defendant showed but little emction when the verdict was read. Pending the filing of a motion for a new trial by defense counsel.  from the witness stand after his|jj„j„^ .lames W, Darbv deferred long tenure as first and only wit-jcontVnee for three days. He will ne.ss with a string attached to him. | pr,>l)ablv hear the motion next He was let go only until the : j^fontloy. If it. is denied, sentenK:e defense can produce the origin<il hvin he p.Tssed Immediately, copy of Sapiro's demand fc-r a rc- | daim Arthur  traction. jactually killed his stepmt>ther. but  nounced another trial wi during the April term oj  Bielaski, "Veiled" A of Dry Bureau, R Was Rapped in (  WASHINGTON, ^rar; ^  Can't Pin It On Oallngher.  ■'r.troduced witnes.ses in an attempt  Gallagher insisted that Cameron to prove Arthur instigated the mur-personally search for U and sought jder and had it carried to conclu-an order from the court to thatjsion.  effect. Judge Fred M. Raymond,! Lawrence Palmer, 1R, brother of declined, however. Inez, (estified she had offered him  Cameron admitted that receipt j$5o a few hours preceding the mur-of the formal demand for retrac-¡(¡«.r cf Mrs. Stout if he would kill tion wa.s made_---the subjecr of a j Sara and William and burn their "discUSsTon with Ford but that in bodies to hide the crime.  MIAMI. Fla., March 25.—Wl— With their heads cTus^hed and cut. the bodie.s of Mrs. Edward Nevers and her husiband were found in the Nevers home tonight. Tiie Never« formerly lived in Chicago. They apparently had lieen dead for ma re than a week.  Mrs. Nevers'bodV. seated upright! A- Hiolaski. famo  in a chair, was in her bedroom, I ^^e proh:  while that of the man was found i I'^nmont, ha.s re.signed.' in a closet in a hallway, with a rope around his neck. All d.:)ors were locked. A bloodstained hatchet was found In tho garage, from wiiich the Nevers' expen.«ive automobile was missing.  0 for ibers liuit-  1 an-Iheld  is; ress  eoUTXIBUS. Mar. 25.-(/P)-~TJn. j ^^  less a suDreme court stay 1« grant- a« being at XanJc'ñg.'"sh® wH  Müls, Canton ."ìttorncy, sent to China äs a missionary ta ened that if peacn were not as- tomorrow will have a court order by the I'resbyterian bMrd ot  Meigs is the widow of a former! sured there wo;;ld be wholesale ; permitting him to enter the Obio fo'-(ign miss'ons.) president of Nánkltig" TJniveTs^^^^^^^^ to interview Patrick ï'iilhnafovn Kase* Sltnrjlov;  and has lived in China many years, ! ........— i M"I)'rrnott; whom ho dcfond<vl in Thc--rasfng^a^-tbe"wrr^äfIfm"Il■  >'o Word from Them. rhinosr Hlaln In Cnfe. his tri.il fur fh« ni'ü'ler of Don .\anklnK alter thç ultimatum is-  T.i's'ie .1. Oo-weji, brother of; WASHINGTON. Mar. 2g --0T'. — U. .Ml•ll<-;^ editor of the Canton sued by the .\merican and British Thomas Owpm, of this c'.ty, is In what polire bcliev« Ih an out- Daiiy naval commands there was preced-  treasurer- of fho university. No word had been receired îiere to-nicht from Mrs. Melga or Mr.  wen. .......  Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Bates, of Hiram, O.. were known to have l>een at Nankin^c st the timo Americans were attacked. Dr. Bates was head af the political science depaf-ment of Nanking Cniverslty and is a son (yf M. I.«- Bates, pres'ideTit of Hiram rollege.  ' Hc-lyrod. of S-ieuhf^nvllle. a  break of tong warfare.,.Xim Chtm^-,. 20, was shot and Instantly killed la te today a. W as h I n g t o n C h I -  Wani'T) I*. F. Thomas, of the peiiiitenti.iry, i^ fig!,!ing en:ranee of .Vrrn.C r7n líie^írroiind fhat. he lia<  . l'y A dav of tensenesÄ. Reports w. re recfived bere throughout tho •iiv that all of the official an4  nese restaurant. His assailant, PI] j^f) verxf» fs*'veral tiin^^s of yrnonal property nt the American unidentified. e<-capefl in a taxlrab. ! pyn^.^ring a c(;nt>Phion from M( - f<ii;su!''tes was looted or destroyed'  !)Ut t.'iat information. !'>■ uniformed narionali.st». There  . irtti J ' Derrnott. liut t.hat  rAMnium/rMass M^ 2'. 'l"-;«-""' '' irom the out- is rea.son to Ijellere that most Of  ?Pt—.  , _ i were other hinans in Nanking.  Mi-s, Francis Kellv, Ashifibuln  de-  the end It resulted only in reiteration of the Ford "formula" of instructions to Cameron: "You're the editor," "What did you say to Mr, Ford?" Mr. Gallagher asked.  Much to Gallagher's chagrin, Cameron started out with:  "I told him that for the first time in my life I had been asked to retract something that I had printed."  I'ormnla'* Once More. The " editor continued with tho •statement that, as u^ual. the motor manufacturer dismissed or'^ rather sought to dismiss the subject with a wave of his hands and application of the "formula."  When Fred L. Black, business manager of the Dearborn Independent, got on the witness stand  Mrs. Palmer, on the stand, refused to answer any but minor questK-)ns.  Arthur's testimony was that be knew nothing of the murder.  PROSECUTIONS IN BANK COLLAPSE WILL RESUME  Making a trip here York for the purpo.-<e, Ri< mitted his reriignation Assistant Secretary An charge of dry law en The date of his retiremei been definitely determln_ Mr. Andrews said Bie" retiring for personal re that his work had been i ly creditable.  Bielaski was attacked members of congress d last session, for his er methods and much of tl  ni's«lnn'an' workers rich, OberHn, and Miss ..\nna Tyov^.i  New  danght'^r c.' Mr. and Mrs. D. B .  ' , fx>ve. Of Fremont, were -in Nankin?-'.  • '" at •^lie f'-utset of the riotinr. ; lient. _ _____ _________ _ . .......... I  Tong warfare which broke, ù. i,„>ir.vfs out earlier in the week in various i ; ^^ , ;, ' ^  cities fhroughnnt the coimt rv ; "''' ß , ,  spread to Cambridge late todav i ^'-'Td''» today crTrrlrd li.;-  .Hm Hing, a laundn-mnn. b«!ng f^npreme court, iiiovi:.;;  ■■ ■ ' ' 'the Fra.nküii  court, whicii  escaped. i grant.-d AllTIs i'^o^TííIit of-isatr-  ----------- jvievv, he certiiiod T') thf^ l:!.r!i<-'  (■ )i:rL fii.'- rt-vit w. In a'l(!;'i ;n. a ^■ay '/f <'.\i ( u'loii (,,f !;)'■ ;i ¡,¡,"i 1 i' ri>.i: H I' is ¡ï.->kf'l ¡i» :.'i,:,g <í<  ci.sioiì o:i thí. (|iìi-j^!.ion of |.-Vi' w.  jnipmber of the English department | and killed In his «hop here '-'-'t ''¡Q record of  Chines« , who : '  w D^l-; Friend Given 20-Foot Lot  for $1 By Judge Testifies in Case Against Latter  not  wa-s ;,  Mavor Beats Bribe Case  NEWARK, Mar. 2'<— ÍAP) —  I.VMANAI'OLIS, Mar. 2'). - (^V, --.Jacob Cavaiiaugh, 6.'!, to wht/m Judú'e Clarence W. Dearth deeded a 20-foot lot for $1 so tha», he  . I Mayor W. T. N. Stevens was found !not guiltv bv a iury on a ebarge i „,,,tif  connection i rriallfy a.s a jury commis  sioner for the Del.'iware circui'  School Janitor Pension Bill to Be Law Without His 0. K., Donahey Says  STEUBE^NVILLE. 0.. March 2;'3.-Prosecution of officials .-yf the YorkvlHe ba.nk which crashed last summer will resumed, Prosecut- uon'^r the'treaaur^s  prohibition enforcement centered about him. He  be presented to the grand jury, 'whiich meets April 4. Thirteen counts of forgery still hang over Thomas Jones, vicc president of the defunct banlt.  who said some of the bis against prohibition viol been developed by him.  reral the ment, posi-, lover was been here ¡ases had  of soliciting bribes in •with the installation of traffic sig  nal lights here. The jury deliberated one hour and 20 minutes.  /see today by The Republican that'*  COLUMBUS, Mar. 25.—f/P)—Governor Donahey will permit the Col-lister bill providing pensions for city school janitors to become lawj without his signature, he announ-, ed today. \  The time limit on the bill will' be reached at midnight Saturday and the bill will become law by  PART Til SCHOOL EAOS HERE lOÉ  HOUCK DEATH V LIKELY TO BE 1  court, today told th^i Indiana fn-ale hearing impeachinml changes again.«L the Jurist, t!:ai his frw-nd was not guilty of illegal a'''io!.s in j connection with the drav of, 1 talesmen. '  ! The witness assumed th« blame ! for impane'iUng numerous men and I women who were not free holders, j He sayfl he got some names from i t^he tax duplicate it) a<x"or(!;)ri<e Julnor school Eisteddfod prelim- with law, but that on one oc^a.'^inn  Cal for Congress Fixing Tax Reduction on Basis of Fall Trade ConciitiorT  W A SHI .V( ,TO.V, .M.I r. 2'. -  '1-i-i.-;;' (■ !jt!'j"r.-<";<.nii,4 the  r"i,tsiirv .sii.''¡JiiM of t),o fi--al year ix* ciin.-ifli-Taìiy in excHS n'  Î i'Mi iiiiii/Mii) previoush- • -'t:¡i:;it-'1. H'.'V, ever, ti;e président f'-e!/ oii^rre.-  constitutional lapse. The law will' the situation again was changed, be effective in 90 days. i  He answered unhesltantly in a good voice and since most of his replies dealt with facts and figures defense counsel did not interpose the steady stream of objections that marked Cameron's testimony.  TAPS SOUND FOR HERO OF CHANCELLORSVILLE  URBANA, 0., Mar. 25. — (JP) — Thomas Thompson, S7, hero of the battle of CThancellorsville during the Civil war, died at his home in Mechanicsburg, near We today. Thompson was given the honorary rank of brevet major by Governor Harry L. Davis in 1921, in recogni-iion of his heroism at Chancellors-yille, when under the fierce fire of :he enemy he rescued a wounded soldier who gave his <^ommand!ng ifflcer valuable information re- the noted feminist, Madame Nezihe rarding the location and strength i Mouhje. Eddine Hanoun, plaved a II f J he cojijedera^e lQrce"s,._jpj» jvjBs' ■liC'i'^ui' bravery at tnelinie by"ernment resisted a lii commanding officeri (franchise women.  The bill, sponsored by Senator L. G. Collister, Cuyahoga county, provides that city boards of education may .establish custodian's pension funds.  The fund is to be comprised of two percent of the annual salaries of the cuslpdians, to be collected by direction of the board of trustees of the fund, and a tax levy of between Jne tenth and one fifth of one percent of the total amount levied on property within the school district for school purpoises.  Turk Suffrage Asked  CONSTA.NTINOPLE, Mar. "25.— —A vote campaign for, women was launched today. The Stamboul Women'«; club formulated demands for the franchise for women at a turbulent meeting in wliich  WASHINGTON. Mar. A chemical analysis hai no poison in the organ Knutf! Houck. whose found in the Potomac B she had been missi ; months.  --In view of the analys  Northwestern Ohio Qsither- l^ii^r^JS^^^ ing to Be Held at Wash- ^ such a verdict i.  District Attorney Gordo  mgton Building. nounced the woman's  __Dr. Knute Houck, who  A .. - : held in Albany, Ore , -w  A get-togeitiher meeting of "»'o^a-j,-, ,  tional continuation sc?hool heads of i ^ _____ ___  northwe«tern bio will be held today! at the Washington school building.;  E. L. Heusch. state supervisor oil the department of educational trades and industry, will deliver an addrebs. There will also be speakers from Springfield, Mansfield, Fremont. Lorain, Lima, and Fos-toria. as well as those of this city, including Mayor E. L. Groves; I. F. MaWeson, superintendent ofi schools, and Charlee Kirlc, representing the Industries.  M. H. Marshall, vocational Instructor at the Washingto'n building. Is in charge of the program.  IIICT were held yesterday.  IDE  common pleas court, yesterday.  N^P)  ko'ii p' rii- :- t'>n';r :vc!v üki;;-  •selected mem!>erH of his S'lni-iy ped ou', planr f-ir aliidi-huii-r.t of  school class for the pa.n"¡. Other« tue re.'üiiining w.iv'ìuìc i¡i¡i.sanco  l-our, cases were disposed of in came from "a little book" which taxes ana re lie iiua or Vac corpor-  he neglecte'l to correct from year ation levy i¡¡ the next revenue bil!.  T.,^.,»,.« .xov., . .T. ^ year, Cavanangh said. He in- n.-'ither .Mr. f'o;.'l!dge nor tiie treas--:aled VnL nn ^^ slsted .ludge Dearth never ask-d urv is p.'-ep:.red to anno;.nce any  K'ríí ^ foi" him to violate the law. program for tax reduct:-ni.  int<,-rvievv would 'n t''» citv wer^' looted and burned.  General Cheng Kla-Shek, Can? Keuerali-'^sinio, who baa directing rec-ent movement« of tlie nationalists forces Icadln* ♦o the rapture of Shanghai, Nafl-king, .ind other cities In th» V.I ngtz^ vaMvy, from the inortherS» ' . -■. has protested against yeater-■i.rV« shelling by AmericAn and P.ii'i-h ressels of tbe vicinity ^ Scf ony Compound, where forel^n-er.s were under attack by Chine««  fore- <  ( hang's rower Doubted  T;:i- protect wiii made to Britli* Tribe, who ts a^ js'aij-T.l/ig on d mission of Invesligatloil', (Jeiitral Chang declared that M waj taking full responsibility CPf the protection of foreigners. It W ■ifa'-' d i!i«t Mr. Tribe replied in « «tr.rigiy worde<l communicatioli» 'i lie.-'ion ing the value of Chang'« appea-ance, iu view of the inabU-( ' the Cantoneso commanderft file siwt to assert authority ov-.r itie uadonallsts.  Anirlo-An:erican naval officer« ■i: .Nanking were reported to hav« rak«-n the same view as Mr. Tribe 'ojHorr.ing fhang's ability to con-t.-ol t'ae Situation.  li'íüM niea-ure jt., ;m .■live, 'i.Y r'"iu' r!.,ri hy nil-;ii-'-s;; ■ ciiudii !or;-t i:evt f;¡¡l wiiirh wii! d''-ierniiti" '■)•' iini"n:r. of snrpiiis in slight for t';p c'jniing y-.r^r,  Whi'ie .¡nna : In^'lers of  'Mr.f. Sunday,  was : - _______  ^fter : Building permits here coniinue hree to mount.  Pinedo At British Guiana  ^ials,  bv a ' ot Northwestern  Arctic Party Hop  FAIRBANKS. Alaska. —(/P)—In three airplane t roit N ew s Wi 1 ke ns AtcI tion hopped off for Poii to begin its attempts to in the unexplored area of Alaska.  nS  like-: yesterday,  Khed,; -  an-i suspects held in the Grant  Nand, i Canada were released yes-  eingjterday,  ! re-i -  jg I A rotary night depository will be installed by the American-First National bank.  N N  30 Believed Indicted  CLEVEI,.^ND. March 25.—'/Fi— f;F/)Rf;ETOW.\, Britisli G.rana, Two secret nlictments. reported M^rch 2.>.—'^l- romir.andf-r Frai;- f"-'!  Uenitrees (io To Sbaiifliat  WASiil.XGTO.V, Mar. 26.--(AP) —Consul General Geusa reported the ssate department tonight t];e fir.it two shiploads reiugee.s from .Nanking will at-.-at Shanghai on March (r'ii-ingnai time). A report from the consul gen-at Nanking said that miuiy  County school superintendents to have named 30 or more persons, ce«co d"»' Pine-]-.. l-n'ian av aior, of the refugees'wore detitut« md'  ....... Ohio met here were returned today by a federal who left Para. B-azit, this morn- would rerjuire assistance.  grand jury that for two months :ng. arrived safelv here at 5:2.; The consul general has recelv^ has delved into an alleged conspir- p. .M. He stayed an hour and a half reports from Hankow and acy that, deluged Ohio with beer at Paramaribo. Duvh Guiana, earlv ci-.i-s in the Yangtze Vallev whl^ from the brewerie, of Pennsyl- this afternoon. His next rio.stina- sail that evacuation to sLneSl van.a. Kio-n is Cura/ao. I>utch West Indie« was taking place, apparently witK -------------------------------------out diiiorderi.  ii 2T,.i Local men attended a district De-,corn borer meeting in Toledo yes-  l^edi-rterday.  K-row| . -  lándl The Elks' iyceum cour.-^e ï^west: tonight.  ends  AGED MAN'S DEI IS LAID TO HC  An important poultry demonstration will be held at the Liberty  U, S. Could Have Compelled Haiti to Admit Him, Says Senator King, Back Home  YOUNGSTOWN. Marci ircumstances under '  ; I school Wednesday.  Findlay missionaries are believed safe.  I W.ASHINGTON, Mar. 23.—(AP^ ! —The içrim menace c.f ready â^ : lied guas seemed tonight to hâ^; reiicueU Americana and other^toip^" eigners In Nanking after days anjl nights of horror at the mercy oS iuofing Cantones« soldiersT  As night fell over the ravaged city. Rear Admiral Hough, Amer^ I ican commander, radioed the £ir«Ì Senator word to, relieve the fore-  It will be the first of a 'series of; body of William Fahev meetings of its kind to be held in found in a field led to the €^te. that he died as the re  Twenty heads of schools In t^iis holdup, section of the state are expected.: íüs pocket^s w;^ere tun' -The program will start at 10 A.;"out and papers he had-cai  lemand to en- on will ho served at tho GorrelJ. found death, duo !o lere iiestaurant. orrbage.  NEW YORK, Mar. 25—f/p)—. from Santo Domingo. ________^  Senator 'William H. King, Demo- King said that if the state depart-, boding of yesterday and today, in China declared tonight that ment had desired it could have' Other foreigners were beginnllif,  w^wc.^u Bate refusal of the state depart-, compelled the Haitian president to ,of .Nanking, lie  -f/Pi ' ment to have the order of Presi-■ withdraw his order. and there was "a fa'r poasibiUCjr^  the, Prof. H. S. Brinser spoke at the Borno barring him from' Senator King exhibited copies that 120' American me«, wOllBQSk  was, college chapel services yesterdav.! ^^'^hdrawn was'an exhort to . of the order and subsequent cor- and children refugee» in N^l^ttg  'lief --■ keep alive the fiction of Haitian ' respondence between " Brigadier i UUniversity could be avacattted-j^»  the ships during the night. " ^ From Shanghai came preisa li^  sidf  A county schoor instrumental Independence" an bad only served, General John H. Russell, high contest will be held at Vanlue next , "to focus the attention of Ameri- commissioner in Haiti, and Gen-  Wednesday night.  cans upon the domination by this; eral J. S, Burrill, American army  Q  aye? I Northwestern Ohio vocatiDnal ittn-1 continuation'School heads will be here for a meeting toda¿-.  ports- Ih^t-tha 'Tettai.  rfTÏÏft^-^TOrn ^ieïr  waterfront unmolesled.  In an interview after he had ; gendarmes, to prove that the final di.=embarked from the U. 8. trans- decision on the order rested withi Meanwhile, in Washiflixtom port St. Mihiel, on which he came the American bigli commissioner, (Continutti on pas« |>   

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