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   Hamilton Daily Republican-News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1912, Hamilton, Ohio                                V V fP PM -_ THE AVBA.TBER Fair lonitfhl and Sntu'iday. ESTABLISHED 1878. BAKER REFUSES TO DISCUSS MURDER Telegraph f Section I LODGED IN '.TAIL AWAITING TRIAL FOR KILLING: TAKEN WHILEiATING DINNER HamiUoii Man Wasn't Given Pre- liminary Rcminh Tells of Capture. Eighteen Pages. to Detective Gus''Bozonah that the fugitive v.as in fhe house. He m- ronned Marshal Reokman and the arrest was at, once decided -upon.. Oflicer Frank Fienieyer arrived hero Saturday nig'ht from som> distaucei out from Cincinnati, having in custody Orover Cleveland Baker, '27; arrested Wed-- ncsday for the anui-dor of Ms step-; Stephen liO, in tliis city nljout 7 .o'clock on the nislit of Hallow'Cn, October When the Baker-Graves case cfurie up this -morning .it %vas dis- covered -that '-'sinew Baker had been indicted by the grand jury no jur- isdiction -vested in the police couit Hnnce thoie wa no pri'limmary h 'iniiJT ind liatvcjr was t ikcn to jail Hi-, attorney J T Rhjno, of -Gm- oimiiti was p-'Csont and had i consultation with Bakei iri the prison I altr Bakei out iiul taken to jail ul the knowledge of imny who )ncl assembled in tho pe-lice couit om i hcai ins. Vmong llhose picscnt wc-ic tophon in Wijovi mouriun? her Mr r in and the li ,s lesul'sd 1 nfortii Tnirriafff1 Marsli.il neekmiil Drtectu fAis wei% a'-j leseiu IP the ca e ini lot onlj IP s ind cioir.'v ut is the cl imnnl for the rfward offem! In Hi" HAMILTON, 0S10, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912. ONE CENT. ESTIMATE COST BUILOING AT The building committee of Ihe Y M. C.'A. met on Thursday morning and ap'proycd the. revised plans for f lie .new building. The -archi- tect's estimate ;of cost exclusive of .equipment, i estimated at SIO.OQO. Bids wilf be received on aSturday January 11 at I-'p. in.-" ELKS INVITE PUBLIC TO MEMORIAL SERVICE ilamilton Lodge, No. 03, B. P. 0. Elks, cordially invited lha public it Smiths tlidtu The Frank F Brandt will dehvei the annual ihi> Llkb will meet it their Picture of McEwan's Thanksgiving Chorus GROVLR C BAKER Detective m Ibis city said llml BiiUer bad told r him that be hud letters 11 om bis slcp-tnlbei-in-law, 'ilt phen in which lie, tbieatcned to kill him said that Bnkcr, lum- did not admit the Shooting ut Mi m--o main Hi leluui with UK much I'Utd pii onu w i-> .uiMoii'ly twilled at puhct Mrs l and .iicss p b Hall at 2 o'clock ami march lo Ihe theatre in- a body. I j GOVERNOR COX LOOKS FOR COLUMBUS HOME lit nul BPEOIAI-J COLUMBUS, O, Nov noi elect Cox, was. heie loda> hoaso lilmting Ho looked at tho resident ol K blow art Dr W A Fiance ind 1 B 'I all on East Broil slieet ind will piobably take Aftor the thanksgiving morning lic.idquaitbi and the nows .esolution pumde it th-1 uphot is io be pud upon iircst jn.d conviction so that must follow to 411 u. Iho lli'o" vl to bo d'spi of the coming month ise Boiehih (oda.> gase somew lal dineroil (f Bikers ulest it OiX He sind that witlout skiiv anj que lions IP i id isil Heckmin went to tin hou-r a door tonnd the faroi'v eilin? dm npi it (lie ish'-> m Ihi kit ben aiid without i-Ain w fiue-.ln.i': pheed bun untie' ai i mil- no tlaim nti 01 thit of Mi blCi'.art at Bioad slieot 800 East soiree at) tbo Biederwolf Taber- nacle" yesterday, the 500 members of declined to talk about the in- the chorus ebon marc.hed over augurtl bill mittit sajmg be hid High Slieet lo the Court House, on fulh LOicred Hit. subject in In slops of which .wa's -.titraienl at Davton joaterdaj Ihs Adjutant General, Major H Wood wns delegated lo cone-fr wrtb llie Clnmbei of Commerce about it taken for Ihe Mr. and in just a second tho men doffed their derbys and you can resume jour natuial the women took off their hats, and prossion." DR. BENTON WINS FIRST ROUND IN VERMONT COURTS (EAIURRI5RS TO SUE DR. JIUOIl MOORE IS SUSTAINED. COLLUSION MUST BE PROVEN Decision Of Superior Judge Taylor Practically Mean's Dismissal Of Action For Dam ayes. Word was received. here today lliaL Superior Judge Taylor in'tho Ctiittendon County Court had sustained the demurrer of H'r. Guy Potter Benton, former President of Miami University to I lio petition for dim ages of Pr, Hugh Moore of Ox ford .The. suit was for Dr. Benton -is now !'i evident of the Unnersily of Vermont located al Burlington. The action of Judge .Taylor in sustaining the demurrer, practi- cally means' the, dismissal of Dr. Moore's suit: In order to file a new pelihon the Oxford physician must jhow collusion: between Dr. Ben- on and former Mayor Sloane and IL1U IUU1V UJl I.HI..J, ill stood there in the brisk November) Quite a crowd githered to hoar ,._ _ j lite chorus sing' All Hail Iminan- "Now look nlcasanl ________ nl the mo obtained a circulation mriny inquiries were ru- itrvot telephone u Un- police s'alion is to Bnkei hid vet.-.been relumed. the fiist news of the vl cimr, at B 30 oclocK tluougn i i-.ill foi tlie pitiol wivon at the G H mil slUion It but a faw minnUs un'il the waton was oa als wi> ind but a short time until us iLluin Ollltei licnicyci with Bak- ii m hind cufls 'alighted, at once ml into the -.eaich loom and af- iei Jh" lus'wnaiv of HiiK poc.kols liakcr was 'locked In a lirison cell which may also'prove IQ have noen Ihe coll of a felon and a -murderer. He had a few ordinary cITBcls on his person and in 'money. _ OIlluiM1 Ficirfcycr left hero for Oakley at o'clock hfl'eriidon but did nbl arrive, at his 'doslinnlion hours or'.woi'o later: He, found-Brtker in 4-uslody and in consullalion Avilh. an attorney. .Ho aqnoiinccd, himsolfi produced., his1 credenlrals In 'the, shape of it murder :watrnnt: signed by. Police Chief Zollno'r and Baker was surrendered tg It, is a round about way from bore to OaMey and hence GiVicer Fic- moyci' "was unable to -return bis .prisoner asjsoon'iiiexpocred.But In; rfol-'hcji-i! just liiiker .hu'd evideiillylosL..no lime in procuring legal, Attor- neys Wiillor Locke 'and. .Gharles llo'no, of Gincinnati'and F.-P. Rlchl- er, of this cilyw'crb ehgagcd :in his 'defense. Under tti'e .advice of bla alUu'noys ho refusecl ar- rest and sldl refuses to imike any slatemenl in, regard' to i his case, lint from remarks iho is incidont- iiilly reported, lo have tli-opped ho 'fieslroys se-veral theories wliicti wore .incident lo-liis pursuit. Graves shot xlown' in.-liis own.doorway at North o'clock at night. A litlle over two hours later -Baker posillvtly. seen .in; Mid- illetown by persons .who know ..him and this led to speculation as to now ho got Ibero, whether he .struck over Ise Black street bridge and caught a ear .or walked up the iiaeal or toy, some other road. But this supposed clue resulted in nothing. Ho was'also, reported to liavfi been secii al College Corno.r confessions. CHURCHTREASURER RESTRAINED FROM SPENDING MONEY VRINCLTON SHARE OF INSURANCE. FOR COUNTY Common Pleas Judge-elect, Wat- lei S Harlin, Piobite Judge John B. Prosecuting Al- toinos Plett Ben A Bickley arid fehcnft elect Hi.ry Metoalf liceixcxl Iheu i.omTtiissions> fiom socrelai-y of Slatt, Judge Hnrlan will be snorn in wfthin the 01 three land wil t ike In-, oftixc on Jan 1 Bickley-and Metialf alto Uko otllcn on while Judge Connaugbton will begin his term on Feb- ruary n. SOUTH CAROLINA MAN AND WOMAN ARRESTED HERE NOnflV CAROLINA PRRACHliU AT FIRST RKFOHMED CHURCH The pulpit of, Iho .First Reformed church will be filled Sunday unorn- ins 'by Rov. Frederick S. Zaugg of Albernalc N. C.' Mr. Xaugg, is a former' Ohio man and comes very highly Tficoinmeiuled. .As-lie is a cnndidato .a rfull aUpiidance-of Hie church members is expected to be ent him preach. IS ACCUSED STEALIXtt JIONEY. OF RETUBNED TO FORMER HOME .CAPTAIN IATC.H.S.JASKETBAIL At-a -meeting of the Calbolic igh. School Basket Ball team Joe robs was eleo'cd to captain the 'am-of 1912-1013 He is rcitnmlj D, BRATEISJ. DEFENDANT Collected Insiu'tmcc Moiiey .And Princeton Folk Think Th'uy Are EnttlledTo Share bi' It. On applicalion of 3.V. Clawson and ollhers, trustees of ih'c Metho- dist Episcopal Church of, Princeton Judgft Gard Friday morning granl- wl a temporary injunction Jres-lrain- ing David Brate, as treasurer of Ihe Port Unicfn Charge of the Port Un- lion Gil-cull, from spending- if'000 in bis possession. Tho plaintifi's in the c.aso are. J. C 6lawson, Veiiion 'Rahfuse, L. R. Hill, .Grover Clark, E. T. Elliott, N. A. Cramer, Evcret Rpsenorans, William'G. Gerard and'Abert Shaf- fer, as trustees of tho, Methodist- Episcopal cfhurch of Pvincelon and l.he dcfdndanls' are David 'Bratc, Jonah B. Gerard, ATlhur Kemp.and Otto Wille as trustees of Port Union Charge, of. E. Church of the U. S. of'America, and David'B'rale a.s said Port Union Gh'itrge'.-of Un- ion Circuit, of the 'church. The that tho n formerly TENDERS 100 LINCOLN PENNIES FOR LICENSE In payment, tor a license lo Miss Lydia llannah Holler a book- keeper, Lco'nnrd Jacob Meier, an engineer tendered 100 Lincoln pen- nies for the much coveted docu- ment. Mr. Meier began accumulat- ing Ihe Lincoln pennies over a year -.ago. "I expected lo pay for the. licenseWill( Lincoln pennies'', said Mr. Meier to The Hepublican- N'ows this morning. "I saved tlicni up for that purpose." This time that, pennies have, ever been given for a license and' the unusual payment was the cause of much speculation in the court house; Foi Tiuss .Co: and Money, J cordinn to The Police. Appro-, Ac- WILLIAM GLAL'CH WINS LONG CYCLE CLUB RUN. By winning- the Cyclft Club's Thanksgiving run yesterday aflcr- oon Williani Giauc.li secured th silver bowl, as first prize.' Rolh.sec- received a fountain ami LinRl'er, Ihir'd.'a stickfpih. Tlie course -was follows: >'roin and in Chicago but IhWr carne to naught. eports TELEGRAPH BRIEFS. CHARLESTOWX, 20 -Mrs. Catherine Qsenton-oii- Wed- tesday received in U..'S. Cir- cuit.' Conrl. for a broken heart, ainst a prolly widow who alien- ited her Jiusband's affections. Nov. man Caleb Powers .Wednesday night was .married: to Miss Anna Dorofhey Kaiifman 'bore. YOflKi Nov. League magnates that of the Pliila Club, ho "forever ex- cluded from participation in coun- cils of the league." 5[ Simon ind a woman giv- ing hei name as Violet Graham weie inesled by Otlicer Welch and Xocllcr yesterday aflernoon and de- tained for living in illicit relation- ship. An loday an upon confession made by boll' parlies arrested reX-calcci the fad thai both were from Columbia South Carolina; thai, Simon has been'a-clerk, in the Ollices of a jmik there wherein had been de- posited funds from a truss com- pany, from w'hich having access, he had stolen a considerable amount. Willi the woman in his company he I'ame bcr'iv last Monday two weeks ago and the conpln was found at Fourth and Collaiie'strects wheiv they were rooming. Police Inspecloi- J. H. DcArmoiul left today for Columbia with Si- mons in charge .who is held for inlimales that will make exposures involving ollicials higher The woman was wood Ave., aroiui'd fcmctery anc over canal, across io Princetoi Pike, back to Second and Ilifi't slroeta. AFTERSEVENTRIALS TEXAS NEGRO WILL GALLOWS WITHOUT MONEY OR INFLl! KNCR IIK .UJSTICU. WASGUILTY IN SEVEN TRIAL this is impossible. suit Iho result of tho I to lead the team as IIP i-> ard and bendy pliyer and has layed th6 for a lew ears. The team mikes i very neat ap- eaKirice'in thrir new um form 5 of ivender and while. ce is being held (WRP a week and Ihe are- enable- them to look into fii'lurc without ho way ho T-he; eight mpn soleeled for this scar's team Joijl aitfl os. Callerv, Bert Paul Gaidner and James Jfanager h'as been has a pond number of 'or priictiCiilly wePk March 20 arrest of Mooie on a warrant sworn out by Ui1 Benton clmrgmg him with Celling liquor to Norman Schweelmg look tho liquor lo tno Miami Uimersily doimilnij uhere a drunken de- baiich ensued. yoi found Dr. Moore quilty ind he was sustained hy Common I'loas Judge Murphy but. the Cucuil Couit on roMCwmg the ease ed the decision of Judge Murphy and isulo tho fine im- posed by Major Sloane Ihe suil for damage- followed the decision of the Cucmt Court. DarH in Oetobei ni Bonton's attorney, Judge Movs9i, filed a da- miirfer'lo ttle pcfilion anrt tlio de- cision 'of Judge Taylor was ou this pjeading. BODY OF FITE FOUND. MIDLETOWN, 0, Nov. body of John File was found floai- ing in Ihe canal near tho overflow i this The body was diicovered bx a boy Oarl busy unlil ONLY 15 LICENSES .-WERE GRANTED FOR THANKS DAY named nice Jackson. H Ijad been in the water .about two days Tlie expected couples to the rush of happy marriage license desk in the office of Probate Judge Connaughlon for Thanksgiving did not materialize .Wednesday, only 15 marriage license-, being granted This is considered a large number but it was believed that 25 or 30 CASHIER KILLS HIMSELF; EXAMINERS WORK ON BOOKS. PVDUfAH, Bagby, assistanl ia tier of the city mtional bank ot Paducalr, -shot and killed himself in the basement of the hank heie Offloials of the bank refused to make a lalemcnt and it is known that two examiners are working on the insti- tution'- books would be Usued. licenses granted Following are Ihe not herelofore published Edward Hathaway, merchant, also taken 'to''Columbia, going vol- untarily.. SUICS FOR S1S26.50. Mary Wiiliiiiiis sued John- son for says the money is due 'her ,for milking cows at thb P6rt Union tbo CiuT cirinali conforcnceVliut 'was trnns- to ..the BethaujvPrmcetoli circuit' and was ir the. Port Union Cirftviit it: .contri- buted to Ibe cost of construction of civil war, died o'clock Thurs- ''day night at his home, 310 South Fifth Slreet, of a complicalion of .diseases. Ho had been III for some- time and his death had boon ex- GEORGE KILLINGER IS DEAD AT HIS HOME Georgp Killinger, a veteran of thu Apparerrtly all trace of him was lost until l.hfl woivi was received from Marshal Ueckirian, of ilnil lie had been arrested. He Knows Tlie Story. Oaker ihimsclf alone knows tho Irue story of his But from what has escaped him, n's It is reported, after Ihc- shooting- ho ran east and norlh toward the- .canal, circled around .tho fair grounds, turned south and by Wrris made bis way down inlo the C. H, {UK! ,.Pv yards where ho caught ,a freiRilil train nndWent first to Cin- travelled country, as far west n.B SI. Loiiis. Thnn IIP i-pli'd'cerl his slops -and arrived nl Onklov Tuesday mor-ninu whom IIP wcnl I he home of bis nrfothcr.v Oels Tin. a parsonage for the -ministers who might be assigned ;to the charge. The petition recites that this-par- sonage was destroyed by fire on June-10, 1912. and-that-Brate as treasurer collected insurance in the siirn of It is also averrci! in the petition Ural Brale. claims: money is for Iho sole uso of Iho. Port Union Charge and has spent of the insurance collected aiid now pected for 507110 weeks. Mr. Killingor was a -member of Wefzel-Conipton Post G. A. G., for a number of years, and ia survived by a widow, three sons, '.Edward i'rcd and two-daughters arid grand children. The members of limcs between April 1, ln Aug. Harlan aud An- drews, attorneys." In the cnso of Chas. Miller against George the defendant, has ill0.1 denying the allega- tions of the.petition and selling up a claim for: The suit resulted from.the saje'pf a horse. Andrews, Htivliin and uUornc'ys. BONI) IS GiyiiN. Frank Shaffer, as 'administrator of the estate of the laje Klixabolb ShalTer has given bond in the pro- balc court for S200. Carrie Cahill, administralrix of the estate of Michael Cabill has asked t'hal the'appi'aisment of the I'stalo be confirmed and that an or- der be issued for the sale of the real estate.. Oale.s Fiflhl For Freedom, Whi Rennii'laiblc Is Finally To Lend To His Dentil. WAXAMACHIE, TEXAS, Nov. Burrolt Oalo.-> a imgro who is lo bo lianged today was convicted of having murdered Sol AronolV a Ual- las fi'hop keeper, eight years ago. Gales -AMtliont money or inlluonlial friends obtained trials and his case ivas responsible for two changes in Texas statutes. Gates' light for life was made al! the more remarkable by the fact Ihal.iNich of the seven trial juries found -him suilly of murder, anc six of them condemned him lo death. The other being uiiahl to agree over the penally caused a mistrial, although   tho JapAncso for dislinnuisbed service. trials for Gales. 'Jlie was declared void sixth Iria hccaiw (lie jury in AVTitin? its verdict advertently ommilled the "in first degree" in finding guilty. word Gale From Uiore ho ovr-r a 'good part of Ibe has the sum on deposit in ton -Tost will attend, the fundral (services at tho late residence next the Firstr National Bank. is enlitlp.ii to one o'clock burial will be made no'n'ey andlin 'Somorvillo-Ccmotery.. 30 yoars and for many -Wednesday it "wns 'tipp'ru! off jibe the plainliffs claim thnt the Monday morning nl o'clock. Princeton 'church is.enl'" of-tlie inauraiice mon'ey nsk the'court lo I decoascd was born in Ohio, mm. Tboy siiy that iJralo had lived in tbis.oity for the past fully and uhUiwfully Hhnl sft the Port -Union charge sole 'use of Iho fund. The ehurch !s lo- cated on acrea'of Jnnd in Township. .htdge Gard fixed'the amount of, bond til E. A. Beldcn la the attorney for PATRICK IS LIBERATED OF .MURDER CHARGE. ALBANY, N. November ovtMMior ;Oix Wednesday night is- ued a Alherl T. Patrick, lo life imprisonment for he murder of William Marsh Rine, 111 aged and ecentric milionaire. of boon employed ns a car inapootor in t.lio service... of the C., H. and D Ho gallanlly in tlio war of Hie Robollioii and in iill Urn rola- of life he was loved hy those lorn ho was nearest and doar- nd rospcclcil by all who knew 1 louston, Texas.. Patrick, who was saved from the electric chair by t.tia late flovornor Illggiiis in DP.cdinlicr, 1B08, Has nnijo ii remarkable light for free- dom. A lawyer _hy profession, ho 'when 'Governor Higgina OFFICERS NOMINATED -.BY LONE STAR LODGE li. OF P Lone Slar Lodge, Knights Pythiiis nominated the following olllcers Wednesday night: Clumcrlloi- Willlian Korli; Vice Chancellor 'Commando C. ,Karl Ross; Prela'te, J. SV? Oltvei Master at Atms, Gilford Insido Guard. William Trab Hamilton and Minnie E. Urban, Set- kirk. Rov. G. W. Hamilton Arthur Kenneth YnnAusdale, armor, Oxford and Mary Magdaline 'espisor, Oxford. Rev. Cohill. Arthur Pharos, farmer, Jackson- irg and Lulu Reynolds, r, Collinsville. Rev. H. A. Ulck- lann. a Frank William Wilden plumber, lamilton and Mabel Elizabeth paper sorter, Hamilton." Rev. F. W. Allwardl. Elmer H. San or, gicccry manager lamillon and E. Dowling, >ook keeper, HamuC-n. Rev. J. F. icNary. Adolpb Gcisler, farmer, Collins- ille and Anna Runck, Fail-field Township. Rev. H. A. Dickmann. Leonard Jacob Meier, engineer, lamilton and Lydia Hannah Heller, iook keeper Hamilon. Rov. J.. E. iraun. Ellsworth >Ba.rnthouse, farmer Kyles Slation and Lolba Stabler, lielhany. Rev. Austin. Charles Bynl, laborer Middlotcnvn and Lula Fugah, tobacco worker, Middlclown. Closes Kabn clerk, Hamilton, and Eleanora, Joss, Ilamilton. Rev. Gor- bold. Fred Epplcr, c-arponler, Hamil- ton and Laura Wilhrow, Sovemnilo, Rev. 0. D. Becker. SAGGING BRIDGE C.4USE OF WRECK ON PENNA. ROAD. PHIL coronei i juiy which today ncld an Inquest'on the dcalh of four per- sons in Wednesday night's wre-ck on the Penna R. R. at Glen Rock rendered .a vei-dict that the acci- dent was due to Hie sagging of a bridge. LEWIS D. MURPHY DIED ON WEDNESDAY Lewis 'DeWilt Murphy died at bis homo near Monroe at 0 o'clock Wednesday evening oil iiuaemln. poisoning, aged- 5 monWis and 8 days.' Hu had'beeri in ticoim- ing lieallh for some, and his death was not unexpected, while coming as a deep aiul sorrowful bu- reaveincnt. Mr. Murphy .was a son of the late- lion. Pcle-r and Cyrono MAROONS ARE ENTERTAINED AT THOMAS TDLEY The members of the Maroon Basqba.ll team ,'aiul their friends were onlorlainoi! Wednesday eve- ning al Iho homu of Thomas Tulijy in Sycamore Slrool. Cards nhd YanGordon Murphy who camo from some of the oldest and beat known families in Duller County. He was born in Liberty township, was a deputy sheriff under -ttio laic Sheriil'. Isaac Flogern hut hy ovovipa- lion he was a farmer and thn ma- jor portion of his life -wa passed on a farm. Ho was a brother oV Judge Clarence .-Murphy, of llif common pluas courl, Hurry Trustee, K. A. Ralalon: worn the features of conimuted the, death so.nlenoe .imprisonmoril, to that Iho Ciovernor bad no legal right to caiu'ol the original stinloniu) and im- poso u'punishment of life impri- sonment., Guard, Aldon Smith: 'Master of Work, (loorgo fiepin; Keeper of Hcrord and Seals, H. Martin; Master of Kxcheciuer, H. W. Sliol- Master of Finance.Park Smith. The olTlce.rs will he, elected next Wednesday nig'hl. the cvonlug's pleasure. About 20 present. BICYCLE IS STOLEN'. fielonainsr to J.'A.-Loab Murphy, of .near Vrincolon and also leaves, in 'ftildition to a grief stricken widow, ono daughter, Mit Joliti 'Banham, of Lyneiibui rf, Oliin 1'ho .fiiiiin'nl fwoi the lioiise Wniwlay fit40.'O'clock n, m, tlw H6VV I.-'N; 'Mlllpr, of Chester, otllnlaliaff. r'Wio will''bo in.Grq'cnwoo'd'CPmntuy'Jhc Kniahts of 'Pylliina, of Iloilmiiv tin 1 tho I, 0. O.'K, o( Mont'oo, of wU.iijli uiiiyuju iiutwiijji'B v i was slolen from in front of Jakio the deceased was. a.Mioi.nlior Hed's on Weil Mam vonlPi-jftlw take part in tbo dav 'aftPrnoon. furn! h thn pall hM   

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