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   Leader-Dispatch (Newspaper) - February 9, 1910, Piqua, Ohio                                WEATHES FORECAST. Kain LEADER-DISPATCH HAVE YOTT NEWS Of any description If call the Editor. Homo phone 137-1, Bell VOLUME XXF. PJQUA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS. Miss Drexel, Heiress Engaged to Marry an Earl9 sSon Corporations Given Bearing Before House Committee. RESENTS ATTACK Ail Witness Before Grgft investigating Committee Refreshes His Memory and Asks For Further Time to Col- I lect Data of Slater Transactions. Outlook For Food Probe Appropria- tion In Senate Is Encouraging. No Opposition to Zuber. Columbus, O.. Feb. 9. Attorneys representing public service corpora- tions of the state, at a hearing hefore the house committee on railroads and telegraphs on the Vvroods public utili- ties commission bill, made it clear that they will seek to have the bill amended so that the right to grant franchises and fix rates for public service corporations will be taken from municipalities and conferred upon the proposed state board. Judge F. of the attorneys present, and in re- sponse to questions said that (he cor- committee when it no 13 a rser.t'.ng to consider th-e recess of Governor Harmon, but on the other hand Democratic opposition cropped out. No one appeared to offer objeo tlons to the confirmation of the ap- polntment of John W. Zuber as state fire marshal, aa expected. Senate- Mather said, however, that he was advised that General Rogei-H might v.'jVn to call aUeiUioii to some legal aspects of the action of the governor In removing him. SCOffS AT fU Boston, Feb. 9. Professor E. C. Pickering, director of Harvard obser- vatory, scoffed a i the report from Paris that C ami lie Flammarion. tixj, French astronomer, had been quoted j as declaring that wholesale extinction i of life will follow the passing of the earth through the nebulae of. Halley's comet on May is. That the cyanogen gas in the tail of the comet is fctructive of all life is doubted by Professor Pickering. N. Hagen of Springfield was one! who said: "l do r'ot believe that. the attorneys present, and in re- F1ammarion said that. However, if, he did. it will have no weight with j porations favor this plan. Renresen- astronomers of standing, as they con-: tatlve Woods, author of the bill, said cur m the belief that there is it did not take authority of franchise lutely no to be feired. Mother grants from municipalities, and indi- i Earth had that experience once of cated that he would oppose any such amendment. i There is every likelihood that the tomorrow will puss the Ed- i wards bill, appropriating for j the legislative food probe. This bill j was passed by tho house last week j The bill of Representative Smith, j designed to permit the training of more apprentices in the trades, was eaved from an early death when, in- stead of being referred to the com- mittee on labor, which is hostile, it went to the manufacturers' commit- tee. Representative Shankland intro- duced his bill to abolish Jhe state levy. Each county under the bill will be required to raise a levy of one mill for school purposes, and if ttis does not furnish a per capita allow- ance of for each school youth.- draft may be made upon the state revenue fund for the dcfk-iency. Stat-2 assessment on the counties is to be made in proportion to population for the support of the universities and for the payment of interest on the irreducible state school dt'bt. D. E. Brelsford. the. Dayton printer whose memory proved.to be so defec- tive before the state graft investigat- committee, returned to Columbus and asked for a conference with Chairman Beatty. The two men were cioseieu together for nearly two hours. Chairman Beatty would only say after the conference Mr. Brelsford had asked for more time in which to look up his papers' and re- fresh his memory before going before the committee again, and at his re- quest a further examination of the witness has been postponed to Mon- day of next week. There will be no witnesses <2xa.rnined by the committee on Friday of this week, as intended. Mr. Brelsford is a former partner of Mark Slater. No Republican opposition developed passing through the comot's tail, and she is still with us. Too many of these rumors are ov.-ine to the efforts of cheap sensationalists, who desire free advertising." BUM Kll TO STORY Chicago, Feb. 'fiushbaum. Frederick and Moses W. Joseph of New York, founders of the New York Butchers' Dressed Beef association, appeared before Judge Landls' federal court, which is investigating the leef trust, to corroborate evidence given by Arthur Eloch. It is on this testi- mony that the government will rely to establish its contention that the Na- il tional Packing company, the Armour- Swift.-Morris concern which the gov- ernment sutpects is a trust, bought j up or forced out of business small in- dependents in the east until the Chi- cago allied packers had a monopoly of the fresh meat business. WANTS TAFT TO WELCOME TEDDY and the retail prices of such food products in the larger cities of the United States, and also a comparative statement showing the cost of produc- tion on farm. "It shall report the same to the senate with suggestions or recom-! mendations to the remedy to bt< applied to reduce the cost of living.! and accompany its report suck re-commendations in the opic- i ion of the committee, correct and re-j move cau.se or causes whie'i have! enhanced the pnce of said article.' Said committee c% subcommittee is i i authorized to employ experts, admin-! i ister oaths, takp testimony, send for persons and papers, employ a Fteriog- j rapher to report its hearings and to have such hearing? New Yorker Pays Visit to White Nonce. BIfi RECEPTION PLANNED John A. Stewart, President of of Republican Clubs of New York, Says Occasion Will 3e National In Its Scope and Nonpolitical. Denies It is Part of Pian to Nomi- nate Roosevelt For the Presidency In 1912. CHJ9TA PAYS FOR DIPLOMACY, j London. Feb. Berlin corre- j spondent of the Standard quotes Dr. j Rohrbach. -the well-known authority j on Asiatic affairs, as asserting that China, promised to repay the United j States for its diplomatic support by granting- concessions to the United States Steel corporation. Special to the Philadelphia, Feb. double engagement in te Drexel of Anthony J. Drexel, Jr., to CMiss Ittarjorie Gould, and that of his sis- ter, -Miss Margaret :a Armstrong fco Guy Montagu Ftacti-.Ha.t- ton, Viscount ow great interest to society in Philadelphia .and other cities. .The Drexels are as ivell known in New York, Balti- more aind in foreign cities as in Phila- delphia, where the 'great fortunes of tihe family were '-acquired. Mr. and CMrs. Antsh-o-ny J. Drexel and their son and da-uglh-ter spend most of their time abroad, and Miss Drexel's en- gagement to an Englishman is sprprise. Recently it was reported that her hand 'had !bsn sought by Prince Pranc-as s-econd son the Duke and Dn-eTiess of Braganza whose eldest son, Prinoe -M-iguel, l-ast September married .Miss Amita -Stew- art, of -Miss Drexel, 'but the report w as prom'ptly d-enied. A year a ;h.alf ago gossi.p had it that Prince Christopher, sixi'h son of King Geo-rge of -Greece, was a suitor for Dayton, 0.. Feb. the banquet which will follow the meeting of the Ohio League of Republican Clubs, to bt held here Saturday, the following program has been, announced: Robert Kevin will preside as ton st master; Wade Eliis will respond to "The Pres- ident of the Unifed John Hays Hamnion-i, "The National League of Republican Secre tary of Stat-e Carmi A. Thompson "Halt. Forward March. 'We Are Com ing Father Abraham, Three Hundred Thousand Charles H Grosvenor, "I Rise to a Point of Ol- Senator Charles Dick, "Ohio in the D. D. Woodnianeee "Abraham Congressman Nicholas Longworth, "A Republican in the Former Governor My ron T. Herrick. "The Western Re serve, the'Bulwark of Ohio ilepubli Former Lieutenant Gover nor Warren G. Harding, "Progressive iMiss Drexel's hand, and before that Harry M. It 'had ibeen freely whispered in court' circles that Prince Francis of Teck tvad anxioais to wed beauti- ful Pihiiadelphi.au. Herfi an-ee is the son and heir of the Earl of Windhil- sea, who is also Earl of Nottingham. ty, "A Phase of Lincoln's Con gressman Holingsworth. "Party Har- mony enate Agrees Decisive Action Expected at Today's Session. STRIKE OF COOPERS ENDED. East Liverpool. O.. Feb. j men vrho have been working at the j cooperage trade here and refrained I from being affiliated with the coopers' j local union will seek positions else- j where, thereby bringing to a close a j LODfiE TO HAVE CHARGE ftt the_meeting of the senate judiciary I Oufj00i- strike that, for a time had a serious i Resolution Includes Features of Three Different Prepositions, but Will Bear Name of Senator Endeavor to Learn Whether Neces- sities of Life Have increased In Cost Since 1SCO, and If So, Why. Also Consider Tariff as Factor People Arm Tiiemsefres 2S Re- sell Of Police Columbus. 0., Feb. is enjoying a reign of terror all of its own and citizens are arming them- selves as protection against burglars and men. who operate in all sections ol the city with apparent im- munity from interference on Hie part of the lociil police. the past 20 days there have been 19 hold-ups, one of which resulted fatally to the victim, and 38 burglaries, in which there has not been a single arrest, Following: criticism on the meihods employed by the police do part merit. made by the local press. Chief Carter has established a strict censorship on nil news at the city prison, and is up- held in his action by Mayor Marshall. As a result, newspapers are obliged to obtain their news of a criminal nature from outside sources, which has raised a howl of protest from leading business men aud citizens generally, who argue that the public Is entitled to know just wiint the city guardians are doing to suppress tho reign of lawlessness. National Guard officers stationed j Washington. Feb. 9. The senate i will, in all probability, pass a reso- lution today authorizing an investiga- i tion. by a select committee into the cost of living. A conference of the Republican members of the finance committee, which was attended also by Senators Elkins, Crane and Kean, was hyid. at which the form of the resolution agreed on. ?viKite met the resolution V.. Fen. -Like a j imported I'rom the finance com- th? name of t.ht- nun w'no Sonaior of e paid Senator Jot. hum P. j Dakota. the resolution SI. 000 to help kill certain i foiioNved the lines of Sena- bridge leeisla'ion wss exploded in the j F.lkir.s' was the state senate during the trial of the j OR-V one pending before the fina.nc-e Conger charges. The man himself i committee, it emborfivs some of the Kansas City, Mo., Feb. anes- thetic which the faculty of the Arkan- sas Medical college declares is su- perior to any other, is the gift to the world of Dr. Henry Thibault of Scott, Ark. The new anesthetic Is quinine, which was never known until recent- ly as a pain killer. Startling claims are made for the new agent. The ef- fect of quinine, when injected locally j lasts for days, so that, if tonsils are removed or bones cut from the nose there Is no after-pain for many days. Cocaine loses its power shortly after the operation. Quinine, they say. is absolutely safe. It hardens the tis- sues into which It Is introduced. CASTRO REAPPEARS OX SGEXE. Washington, Feb. state de- partment was Informed of the arrival of Cipriano Castro, former dictator of Venezuela, at the Canary islands. Castro has been spending some time since his hasty departure from Ca- racas last year at Santander, Spain. Washington. Feb. A. Stew- art, president of the League of Re- publican Clubs of New York and ft close friend of ex-President Roose- velt, has an engagement to see Presi- dent Taft today to learn if it will entirely agreeable and convenient for the president to go to New York oa the occasion of the welcome home to be extended to Mr. Roosevelt. "Before Colonel Roosevelt sailed for Africa." said Mr. Stewart, "and while aboard ship he was asked to permit to be made for bis homecoming, in the way of some- thing- like a popular welcome. The former president did not refuse invitation, but said that he preferred to keep the matter in abeyance for a while. "In a general way I should say that the welcome will be simple and dig- nified, and no attempt will be made at elaborate displays, but rather to afford an opportunity for America to welcome a former president. Full details of the reception will, as Col- onel Roose-velt requests, be forwarded to him at Khartoum, and it is likely that a special committee will meet Mr. Roosevelt in London and perfect arrangements. It is expected that Colonel Roosevelt will arrive on date between the loth and the 21st of June. The reception will of course be national in its scope and entirely nonpolitical." Mr. Stewart denied- that the recep- tion was plan to nominate Roose- velt for the presidency in 1912. President Taft will not be expected to join the crowd and go down to the pier to shout or to get on a revenue cutter and board the incoming steam- er, said Mr. Stewart. If he consents to lend his presence to the affair ha will be escorted to a reviewing and await Mr. Roosevelt there MDfiERS BAVE CLOSE CALL. Cambridge, O., Feb. few. min- utes after the night shift had !eft the King mine, near here, fire was dis- covered in the tipple. Property to the value of was destroyed: Had the fire occurred a few minutes later, after the new shift had into the mine. 300 men would un- doubtedly have been entombed. NEGROES LEGALLY EXECUTED. Kansas City. Feb. of an attack on a woman, Reynolds and John Williams, negroes, were hanged simultaneously Jn the county jail .here. Their execution; marked the first time the death pen- alty has been inflicted in Missouri for this crime. BURTOX OPPOSES BANK BILL. Washington, Feb. the postal savings bank bill case came up again for discussion in the senate. Senator Burton opposed it because of alleged shortcomings. He spoke espe- cially of the omission of a reserve fund. GIVING 51KIRE. Albany. In v.-as produced and was on the witness} features of Senator AicCumber's reso- when the senate adjourned, j hrtiou and includes n part nf Senator This man is Hiram C. He had 1 I-oclge's. The resolution wlii the bren an employe of some one of the sincr ho was 17 years old, and he now lacks a year of three- score. SAVKS SKLFAND Mari.'m. O.. fl.--Throwing hnr two smnll children into the -irrsis of neighbors. Mrs. Martina. Kirts and a relative dropped from 'ho sec- ond story of their home jus': 5n time to oscape the flumes, which started muler the stairway in her home, cut- ting TURKU TCI IX RIOT. Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 9. j name of Senator Elkins as aut'aor. It was reported by Senator .MeOumlH-M' i and it is Menera'ly understood, that I Senator Lodge will lie chairman of j the conv.uiuye will coiulaol. the i investigation. In this arraugoincnt the rcnflioiinji roni-f-sentod by tl'.rcp T't.s.oiu'.ions on the- sa-ne sul.- j joct wore brought into harmonious tu- cord. It is expected that Senators i Elkins and will bo ap- pointed of the I commilteo. following is the fnriti of the resolution as finally agreed upon, and which undoubtedly will bo adopted: "Ilpsolved. that, there shall be ap- at Hol were bie nt dwm construction ramp R.ir. in which three Tolrdo. Feb. !i. are apprehensive over the turn O'Neill, 71, who has of affairs, believing that the. indis- criminate earylng of firearms by the fnf.nl of whiles to work under n r.epro pointed by the president, of the sen- foreman started a rare riot at ate a select committee of seven sona- witit aut.iioiiiy to sit the of senate or during the rff.'js oithor ns a corn- mil Iro cv by a suix'ornralUee, xvitli in- struciioiis to nuik'- an in- voKtigatlon into the cost of living Arid nny Increase in the same since 1900; to ascertain whether tho price of the of life which ontor into TO DOTH. lived niiznbflh alone for dltlon mud may mean a 30 years, froze to death in her bed in her homo, at Miami, n. village near riot Hor was found SENATOR ELKIXS. His Name Will Be Attached to the Senate Food Probe. tain the cause or causes which have influenced said increase. "In ma king euch hivcstigation spe- cial attention should be given by the commiUee to the subject of wages. salaries and earnings, and if in? in- crease in the same has kept in-T with the increase in the cost of ing: ire.rec.Ked price, if any, of sue-b articles as meat, grain, provisions. j rents, cotton, wool, clothing, lumber, coal. iron, oil, brick and cement; stating in said report the price to the producer, the wholesaler or jobber, the retailer and the consumer at which said articles were distributed and sold in The year 1000. and the price for thoir disposition and sale at tile present, time. "It shall further be the duty of aaid committee to ascertain the cost of production of said articles aud the cost of their distribution and sale when in the 1mmis of the wholesaler and jobber anrt Ih.e retailer between the same periods, if, in the judgment rf the said committee, such articles have been inn-eased in price by rea- son of the increased production of gold through the world and the ex- pansion of the currency in the United States or by the tariff or other legis- lation of congress, or by any monop- oly, combination or conspiracy to con- trnl, regulate or restrain interstato or foreign In the supply, dis- tribution or sale of such articles. "And the committee is author- ized and direood by subcommittee or otherwise to mAke a thorough Investi- gation of prices of food products on tht faring In various parts of the DEXOUA'CES Chicaso. Feb. Ire- land, in an interview, denounced Methodists of Rome and supported the action of Pope Plus in his refusal to receive Former Vice President Fairbanks. He called the activity of the Methodists In the Italian capital as...... n Kills Wife's Parents, Slashes Better Kill anJ Suicides, Columbus. O.. Feb. be- cause Ms wife refused to return, to his home in .Marion. Lyman Bolton, 37, went to the home of her parents, j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larimore. pio- J neer residents of Sunbury. Delaware i county, and shot to death in cold j blood thD man and woman. He then attacked his wife, who had re- treated to the upstairs when the shooting began, shooting her through the left ear and Stabbing her several times in the fa.co and on the hands with a bxJtoherknife before she es- caped to the home of a neighbor. Bolton left the house- for a tew min- utes, but returned and romiMetedi the tragedy by twudtng a bullet into his own brain. Mrs. Bolton was rushed to a hos- pital in this city, whore it la an- nounced that her wounds arc not nee- CREDITORS HARASS PRIXCE- Vienna. Feb. creditors of Prince .Miguel of Braganza, who maiv ried Miss Anita Srpwart of New York at Dingwall. Scotland, last Septem- ber, unable to obtain settlement of their claims, have seized the furni- ture and other esTocts in the princess' residence here njid removed them to an auction room. VOLCANO .ROUTS VILLAGERS. Port Li m on, C. Keb, Villag- ers near the volcano Poas mv in flight following an eruption reported to be the worst in the history of tha mountain. Streams of lava are flow- ing through the fertile valleys at the foot of the mountain and villages. towns and plantations are being stroyed. TRIAL DIVORCE SIKXTCSSFTX. O., FOG. -Kour daya Judge granted a stx months' trial divorce to Ralph and Lillio Amato of Lorain, the couple ap- peared before him and announced- nclffh' 8cne1PRl 1JSC and. of United States, the wholesale price of casarily Tho tragedy was wit- they found could not i i j i   

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