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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1910, Mansfield, Ohio EVENING You've noticed, haven't you, thai fellows looking for snow to shovel more numerous in the summer than in 'ho winter? THE HOME PAPER OF MANSFIELD AND RICHLAND COUNTY, OHIO THE Twenty-fifth Year, No. 257. MANSFIELD, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1910 Price 2 TKAIN3 lie H-iru to road "today's wants." Some in paper ir.ay bu tohig to find VOLT. To Cut Price of Living Expenses and Mm the Profits ol Trusts. 1 COLD STORAGE REGULATIOI g That Meats and Other Food Products Slay Xot be Kept In Cold Storage for More Than Sixty Anti-Discrimina- tion Bill for the GoviTiw-jg of the Sale of Oil. Columbus, Jan. braneh- rs of the legislature adjourned to- {'.ay after half hour sessions to Mem- Cay evening at 5 o'clock. The house tjansacted no business and the sen- rie, after failure to push the Rath- 1 urn bill to amend the Rathburn law of last session to a vote made pro- vision for the distribution of the remaining sets of reports of the rtate codification committee. In a letter to the joint committee the codifying commission stated that it had 295 sets of the report left and asked for authority as to the disposi- tion of them. The senate adopted to- day a joint resolution by Senator Patterson providing that each county clerk in the state be given a. copy, to be placed in the county law li- brary where there are libraries. At the request of Senator Patter- pon, Rose M. Weller, of Ashland rounty was appointed an additional Senator Tuttle, for tnt taxation committee reported back 11'-3 Rath- hurn bill with a number of minor changes and it was urged for pass- cge by its author at once but opposi- t'on to hasty action by Senator John- sen and others resulted in its commitment until next week. Four important bills, intended cut the price of-living expenses Ohio, and to reduce the profits trusts and corporations at the Is, Here and 'ffii Dnllnr Animal May Vet Arrive. Chicago, Jan. 59 hog ar- rived today at the Union stock yards l.cre and his coming marked an epoch in higher prices for hogs. Except for a bhort period in Ib82 wnen the price reached per hundred weight the S9 hog has not been seen iiere since the civil uar. Continued in- tense cold impeding trant-portatioa and an apparent hesitation of pro- ducers to market nrc the primal of the a'hai-ie in pri- ces which imoives all pork products. Chief Forester Plnstot Frames Op a Lot of Trouble For Himself. Ton; Cleveland. Jan. lora! ho? market reached the murk tnJay. the highest here in several A. break is. expected by some dealers, while others lock for the hog. OILer live stock also sold higher. Also Toledo. Toledo, .Jan. Top of the hog market sold today at the highest Ijrice here since the organisation of the Toledo stock }aids. .Ail grades advanced. oeeES mm. FOUR INSURGENT SENATORS SAID TO BE UNDER PATRONAGE BAN AT WHITE HOUSE tor r-, IH-II Ho of 1 Written by Chief fiOi- ilolKvc-r in Op -n V.'ill ivlcd on Tortav. Causes Ih'aili of I-'irenian ami iloiil- ir-g of Hotel Guests. St. fjouis, Jaji. One fireman v.as burned to death, six others were! injured, several women over-i come by smoke and hundred tel guests were driven into the street j with the teiiiperatui'3 near zeio this! Waihineton, Jan. 7. The letter written to Senator Dcllhcr by Ci.iof Forester Gi'Iord" Fine-hot, whir-h was read in the senate, was up for dis- cussion at a White House conference, in which Piefcide.it Taft, Secretary of the Treasury MaeVeagh, Secretary ot State Knox. Attoiney General Wick- ersham and Secretary of Agriculture Wilson participated. No sooner bad the newspapers appeared at the Wbite House than some one got busy on the telephone, and the members of the cabinet who were within re- to in. of ex- reach hurried to the morning when fire broke out in a House as soon as possible, barber shop between and under the i The letter in question was in'ex- Cambridge and JJarnum hotels on St. I planation and justification ot the ac- Charles street in the heart of the Miriness district. tion of iiis suho! tiinatcs, Shaw and Price, in assisting Lewis R. Claris in j.ense of the people, are to be intro- duced in the Ohio legislature as soon as final disposition is made of the rtport of the state codifying com- mission. The high cost of living has Uen a subject which has engaged the attention of a number of legisla- tcrs and there has even been some talk of a legislative investigation as to its causes. Senator Richard Beatty, of Bowl- ing Green, is the first to announce the preparation of a bill which, is in- tf nded to accomplish the end de- sired, in a measure. The bill will provide that no meat, fowl, fresh vegetables, butter, eggs or any other food products may be kept in cold storage for more than sixty days. The senator says that while the prices of these products are high, it is not the farmer who is profiting, I tit that the people are paying enor- mous profits to middlemen and cold srorage men, who buy up supplies when the prices are lowest, then hold them in the storage houses un- til fumine prices prevail. Then the storage goods are released. One of the other relief measures is the anti- discrimination bill, so called, which vill be introduced on request of in- dependent oil operators, and which prevent the sale of oil at one at a lower rate than is charged in some other city. The most effective method the oil trust has of stifling competition at some point where it is being bought here by the independents is to cut the price at that point, the operators say. and their bill would prevent is. Laws similar have been adopt- ed in Kansas. Nebraska. Minnesota. Missouri. No: lii and South Carolina, North and South Dakota. Arkansas. Louisiana. and Oklahoma. It is proposed to in- ciude cos! in tbe bill, which would mean a uniform price to Ohio cities. The third bill is Senator Bcatty's j ncasnrc to wipe out tec Ohio In- j bureau anO! authorize the j state insurance department to fix all fire insurance rates, and tbe fourth is Attorney General Den- xnan'f. to strengthen tbe anti- trust Inw. Stnaior U'vtiy, of Wood, author cl the probe called on f.overnor Il.irmon just noon 3 him that the rcso- ,7] r'fod fa'th and any etn- il.'.r" was no v 'i..v one ccn- p int. to do Harry Taache. a lineman, and As- I the of his charges against sistant Fire Chief Itat-nes broke- open Secretary Ballinger. the door of the saon and It was pointed oat by Spnator Tasche was burned to death almost! after thy letter of Mr. Fuichct had instantly in the sheet of flame that shot out. tell unconscious b'lt was rescued by a patrolman. The lots is estimated at to the hotfcls and adjacent property. Several cloak and flry goods houses in the vicinity. Eufferexl-losses each from sviiokp and WJIHam -H." C-lellaud, one of the heroes of '.he'Cherry mine disaster, was a guest at one ot the hotels with his family. He assisted a number of persons to efacape to the street. ISN'T FOOrlD Peclai e the Kdatives of the Philadelphia Heiress. Philadelphia, Jan. connected with the search for Rober- ta DeJanon, the heiress who is be- lieved to have disappeared with Fer- d.nand Cohen, a waiter, today denied tlie report that the girl had been found. Robert Buist tlfc wealthy grandfather of the missing girl; Henry F. Walton, his attorney, and itr-e police officials all issued denials cf the report which gained wide i-.ncuiation. The police are tunning out clues which they will lead to the finding of missing couple. A report that girl and her alleged companion in Boston is being investigated. be- the the are WRECK OK LAKE At Harbor Crt-ck, CofU Wres of Tlircc Erie. Pa.. -Ian. 7. According to re- ports received here. Fred J. Ohart and the engineer of the passenger train were killed and the fireman fatally injured when Lake Shore pass- enger train No. 20 side-swiped a work train at Harbor Creek. A dozen oth- ers. all workmen, were seriously hurt. No passengers were injured. The rsilrca'J officials have noting the coroner that three bodies are un- der the engine. A spt-cial train is be- ing inade '-iv to take the railroad and eoua'y officials to the scene of the wreck. Tbe news of the accident was received here through the efforts of Miss Lola Goodwin, the Nortfceast Telephone operator. With all wires dcv.-n In the direction of Erie. Miss Goodwin formed a loon through Buffalo. CWPT and half a dozen other piacps. and iold what she knew of tbe i wreck. GIFFORD PINCHOT. Chief Forester Who Is Booked For Official Spanking. been read to the senate, that it was plainly in violation of a .recent order of the president, which directed that no official of the government should discuss public matters except through the head of his department. Agreement Is Reached. There was a general agreement be- tween the president asd his four cab- inet officers that Mr. Pinchot's action had been meat unfortunate. The de- tails of the discussion at the White House are not disclosed, but it is un- derstood that Attorney General Wick- ersham. speaking more as a lawyer than as a member of the administra- tion, was of the opinion that Mr. Pin- chat had trespassed so far against official propriety that the only proper course to take was to dismiss him peremptorily from the office which be- holds. Kowever. a further discussion of th3 subject developed the view that hasty action shoi'ld not be taken, and it is understood that at the sugges- tion o? Secretary MPcVoagli and Sec- rotary Wilson derision in the matter deferred until this afternoon. Tiie Federal ftuttiorilies FH Pos- itive Evidence of a Trade Agreement. FOB Witness Before Xew York Grand Jury Closely Questioned as to Methods Emplojod in Getting Kid of Coin pet It -fining Company Oflh-iaK Will Not Be .isktvl (o tify is> Older to Atokl Granting il} Ballis. Washington, J; i wiseacres are to ualion between the-political ie believed, the sit- Spthe administration forces and the scrolled insurgents in the house and senate is becoming more acute everyV day The gossips have it that patrqiiage is being with- held from the men who have been ac- tive in opposing- measures- of the administration. situation' felt a few days ago when a western representative made the public an- nouncement that he had been told by Postmaster General Hitchcock thai pressure was bems; brought te bear to have patronage from insurg- ent congressmen. Mr. Hitchcock was quoted as saying that he was loath to making his selections. It was further declared in semi-official circles that those senators who have aligned themselves against the administra- policies may expect nothing in the way of patronage. These state ments are given merely for what they are worth, but it is asserted openly hat utterances made by Senator Cummins at a recent dinnerjn Des Moines, by Senator Bris- in previous speeches, -anti-Taft articles in Senator La Foliette's mag- azine and a recent interview by Sena- tor Clapp on the price of foodstuffs are said to have stirred the adminis- plaj- politics to such an extant in tration to action. TUBE IB Slim OF MMI ARREST KILLING DETROIT Ypsilanti, Mich., Jan. i vho is said to have accompanied the of a jeweln store burglary that lo'her to Ypsilanti but parted occurred here late last night twojcompany with tbem ljefo-C the burg- wen who were uken into custody by ldly and murder- Tbe mm tile baggage and ticket clerk at no resistance when taken custody but after being led quietly the Michigan Central early into the baggage room .'hey sudden- today drew revclvers and fought a c'c-sperate battle for thr-ir liberty. I'.aggageman Henry C. Minor was Killed. Ticket Clerk Morgan Em- laett was shot through the chest and probably fatally injured and one of the suspects was shot IP the leg. Three men arc under arrest, their being givrn as Ro; t M.cCor- n.'ck, of Detroit, of Ypsi- lanti. 22 years oid; "Winkie" a De- ly started the fight. Emiaett's in- jury disabled his right arm at one of the first shots but though unarm- ed he clung to his antagonist with IMS left arm and was dragged out on tie station platform where he was clubbed into insensibility. Mean- vhile Minor, who had a revolver, en- gaged in a pistol at twenty I aces with the others-aspect. ceiving a mortal wound, in the throat troit character about 26 years old, j he staggered out of the station and whose real name could not be learu- fell dead in the road. Tbe three cd, who is shot in the leg. and Carl j prisoners were arrested on the out- Billings, 20 years old, of Detroir, sKirts of the city. TWO PEOPLE KILLED PB8P81ETOR lution -u.-j lot to cr. i'3ri.-.-M .t in t is M.-usillon. -Ian. 7. Mayor I. thrice f-lccied b? the diru of tubcrf A tjke place ftnrnrd to in Old I-iRhtbcdy Hotel. Jan. old LightVody hotel at nidnight f.om an ov-rheat'vd John Mc- 7S. the proprietor, wap hurn- cd tc ln Banting of a Ihrclling Occnpicd by Foreigners tn PHtsbiirp. Pittsburs. persons killed, another was seriouslj' injured and tw-lve others were res- cued from certain death early this morning during a fire which de- ed the house occupied by three families of foreigners. The dead are: AIRS. MARY AXTO3EWSKI. aged 37, jears. JOSEPH ANTOSEVCSKI. aged 7 Washington. Jan. rpport ol months. Attorney General Wickersham on his j The firsi in'imation the foreicriTS Investigation of the charges made by bad of th-> was when they awak- in to the hammTing 5ien. The fatal- 'he nrst floor JODOE mum LOVE Ciivo, CliilO of Dhorcoos to Grand- mother Instead of Father. Xew Haven. Conn., Jan. 7. Deflat- ing that it was his conviction that as Cincinnati Uistillei-'s Actress Sweet- heart Scori's. Legal I'oint. Cincinnati, O.. Jan. 7. After an exciting automobile race between at- torneys for the wealthy Rheinstrom family and Sheriff Hamann, bearing a habeas corpus writ for Harry Rheii> strom, the rich young distiller strained at the Cincinnati sanitarium to prevent him from marrying Edna Loftus. an actress, Rheiiistrom was brought to Insolvency Judge War- ner's court. Ex-Judge Littleford had besn en- gaged in addition to Attorney Lyklns by Miss Lofttis. Littleford declared it an outrage that Rheinstrom should be held in custody, "even though ths other side is rich and powerful." Judge Little-ford cast doubt en the existence of a formal entry commit- ting to the sanitarium. Attorney Freiberg offered a. paper which he declared to be the entry in the case. Littleford looked at this paper and declared that it was in- valid because it committed Rhein- strom to the care of his mother or j some other competent charge pend- ing the outcome of the lunacy inves- tigation. Littleford maintained that the law gives a probate judge such power. He must either com- mit a man to a state asylum or de- clare him Judge Warner took the under Xew York, Jan. 7. It is understood on good authority that the govern- ment inquiry into the aftairs of the sugar trust, begun before federal grand jury oa Wednesday, will go farther at first thought, and it is confidently believed that information will be g-iir.ed to sUow that at least two, if not more companies, have bppn guilly of making a traae ment in restraint of competition and in violation of the Sherman law. Charles R. Heike, secretary of American Si'sar Rfllnir.g company, who was before the crand Jury, waa questioned mainly in regard to the business relations between sugar re- fining companies in this state and elsewheie. Mr. Heike was asked no- questions about the short-weighing frauds. Information socnrcd was that two very important witnesses have been called in connection with supposed trade agreements. The case is en- tirely independent of the one known, r as the "Pennsylvania and it is believed that the government will ask for a federal receivership should aetion, as was taken ia case of the tobacco" companies. Spitzer Undergoes "_' Oliver Spitzer, who was dock su- perintendent in ths Williamsburg re- fineries of Haremeyer Elder, whose- motion for a new trial will be heard by Judgs J. L. Martin tomorrow, baa undergone an operation, but will be able to appear in court. Should Spitzer not make a comes- sion-it was learned that he would no doubt be tried on other indictments. The highest sentence he can get the two counts .on which he WM In- dicted and tried is a fine of J10.000- and four years' penal servitude. New indictments, it was said, will be handed down against men who were higher up than Spitzer. In the investigation relating to- the alleged interstate commerce violations, it 19 understood that no witnesses will called from among the officials of the sugar companies. None therefore will be immune, and the department of justice and tbe treasury department will not be embarrassed. ENDOWMENT FID general rule the love of a grand- advisement and will rendqf bis de- W'rkcrsham M Same Time Gtaris Over OK- mother !s next to that of a mother. and that the grandmother Is better suited to carp for a child than a today. i Freed. Of Is Ibiiscrl for Mount Un- ion College at Alliance. Alliance. Jan. Mc- Master of Mount Union college, an- nounced in chapel today, that the fac- ulty had completed its task of rais- ng an endowment fund of This includes a gift of by- Andrew Carnegie. The college now has an endowment fuad of more than It is proposed that one cr two buildings be erected. months were spent in raising the amount necessary to secure the Car- regie sift. A day of celebration will held. father. Judge Burpee handed down a j rjncinnati. Jan. 7.__Harry the firt- M Move. Xo About It. ia. Jan Mrs. Addif Snn- r.ifaif. uho killed her 'wo children ?rid then fire to her residence weeks ago. was adjudged today. L. H. Glavis against of the Interior Ballinger was turned over to of tnc President TaTt. Tbe report is a complete exonera- tion oT Mr. Wlckersfcam's fellow cab- inet member as to the from which the BalHngor-Pinchot row ana Is cblefly remarkable for its treatment of GlavK who is flayeil with a severity seldom equalled in public docume-atis. ATnong tbings Wickc-rsLau" refers to Claris as a raegzlomai-iac. Nightmare Fatal to Guild's Cousin. San Francisco. Jan. Guild, cousin of e-x-Govwnor Curtis H. Guild of Massachusetts, while by a nightmare sent a bullet into bis brsin to escape Imag- inary pursuers. -wMle his wife clunc to him trylns to prevent tie aci. aT decision in the superior court giving an S-ycar-old daughter Into the cos- tody of her erandmother rather than to the tether. Rhein- strom. son of a wealthy Cincinnati family was today freed from the sanitarium to which he was taken last week after relatives had hauled Judge divorce to him into the COJlrl f: r- Hof.ack- ris determination to on statutory grounds, and the Tath- er of the child demanded its custody. The couple in 1 SOT. Mrs. j Ixiftus. divorced Edna wife of "Winnie" WEATHER INDiC4ii3.ll from an ovci heated Knappen to Succeed Lurton. Washinrto-n. Ian. E. Knappc-n will tbe next circuit judge of the judicial district to succeed E. Lprlos of Tennessee. as es of ccnrt of the rntied Statw. Hofat-ker taking the child to her j mother's. Ljutt August the father took the child away and the grandmother testified in ronrt that she had grieved for tbe little girl eirr since. cision was glv-n on a writ of ha- corjirs which MKs sned cut yos NE6RO HANGED BOWS TO CONSTITUENTS Legislature Deadlocked. Jafksoa. Jan. lepin- laOvB caucus no nominations for the fnlted senate. Opposi- tion fed rip with Vardaaua first .-t Tn With -Tnriifinl Prom- iv Made to Mob. Williamstown. Ky Jfln. a here this morning in fulfillment of a ju- oicial promise mado to a mob oa lymhinc him aco. On that occasion Judge Carmack I'-ft Tile court room to harangno the Mid declared that he would i dmtli if the i egro was guilty. Ho ii'i Cannon. Washington. Jan. Taylor. Jr.. congressniar. from tbe Twelfth Ohio district. Is the latest to join ranks of the insurgents and take up Cannonism. The Co- Inmb-us says he will vote in Republican canons against a rtnomlnstlon of the speaker for his present This stand taken br Taylor, who is a, regular, is cissjly ia sentiment in bis district. Washinelon. Jan Ohm: Fair except snow lonieht or Saturday acax the lake, rising temper- cSiitiTrffay. moaprete Snn set.- lEWSPAPERr ;