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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Mansfield, Ohio THt MANSFIELD NKWt, SATURDAY. JANUARY 9, 1110. F. A. HEINZE, COPPER KING, AGAIN FACES FEDERAL COURT J Ohio Banking Laws Hre Udmitted to be Ween in [tie Cleve- land Case. HER CASE THE UNIT State OfficJab It m- Condition of UiK'i' tin Crash Cai'H1. 'till- Adniittii JLaw Openly A jol.tdvl, sny Thfy Arr of Itring- Jns; Guilty PaKks to .lustier. Columbus, O., Ja'i. 8. Comv'ete revision of the st.xte lavis, admitted to be wea'c by man> uublic officials, is likely to be effected dur- ing the ses sion, as a resist of the fail ure at Clevelard of the Soct'i Cleveland Banking ion is said to have loaced tbe Vrrner rom- p.any, an Akron pubti :bing concern, nearly altl.ourrn il was capitalized for only and bad of its deposits in savings accounts. Officials of the state banking de- partment and Attojney General Den- man Ind been working: oi bank's condition for seme time to the assignment in a vahi effort to straighten ouTThe concern's tangled condition Although there was a vio- lation of the Ohio law limiting loans to individuals to a percentage of the bank's capita! stock and e fund, It is admitted bv state officials that i they are practically without legal means to enforce criminal Taft Has Now Taken a In the Affair, RUMORS REGARDING THE MOVE nr IT aEra lYsrns SAGES AT UTHEHIITIC Governor Prepares Special Message. Columbus, O., Jan. 8 special message which Governor narmon will send to the legislature next week will include recommendations that appro- priations for good roads be rtstiicted to construction and not to be avail- able for repairs, and that min own- j era be required to sink a shaft in the middle of the mine, in addition to tbe entrance shaft. In that way ventiia- I tion would bo improved and a method of escape be provided in case of su2h j a disaster as occured at Cherry, 111. New York. Jan. Augustus the copper king, has again been indicted by the federal rand jury for alleged misapplication of the funds of 'the Mercantile Na- loual bank of this city, of which he president Hc-inze was indicieu Toi (he same offense following the name oi 1907, but tho bills were qudfelied Hors'i sustained demurrers. Heinze promises to make a f.ght greater even tlia.i that of Morse, who has just gone to prison toi Ins transactions in the same dis- Mattcr Has New Assumed a New Gets' Ahead of Presi- dent en Railroad Rate Imposed on Good Nature of Chief Executive. Washington, Jan. insurgent war has assumed a new phase. The president has been drawn into it and is said to be holding up patronage asked for by senators and representa- tives that are still in insurrection agaiust the constituted authorities of' the two houses. I am inclined to be- lieve that the first reports of open tilily between the administration and tbe progressives wore magnified. As nearly as I. can learn the true situa- tion back of all the flying rumors is that the cabinet had under considera- tion the question of patronage to the insurgents, and. ponding a final deci- sion of the matter, appointments were held up. Postmaster General Hitch- cock mentioned this fact to one or two of tbe Insurrectos, these told it to others, the conclusion was jumped at that all patronage was to be wlth- astrous panic. The first legal encount- J held from those still In rebellion, and er is set for Jan. 13. when the lawyers j I" this enlarged -form the rumor reach- will move to have the indictment i ed the public. Even discounting the quashed. They will attack the acts i tale, however, there is still enough of and jury and it to make the sensation of the hour present affidavits containing charges in Washington. There Is no question against the business relations of jury- men and methods of procedure In the jury room. If this fails they will de- j mand speedy trial and open a fire of defense that will involve transactions and persons high in the financial world. There are hints of sensational j exposures from the first move in court. I ES HBSELF Says She to Sisare Sufferings Christ Endured. Rome, Jan. 8. A strange story conies from Turin about the act of a servant girl, who became possessed of a religious mania. The v. oman who employed the girl found her cru- cified in bed. After an investigation the employer discovered that the girl, after placing a crown of thorns on her head and inflicting a severe wound on her chest, nailed her feet and her left hand to the bed boards and calmiy spent the night suffering tortures such as Christ is to have undergone. When discovered the woman was unconscious from pain and loss of blood and was taken to a hospital in dying condition. She admitted that oat of love of Jesus Christ she bad crucified herself. Her rea- j son for this, shp said, was that she wished to share Chrises sufferings. SAYS PEOPLE ME WITH LaFolU-tte Pays Respects, to Taft Administration. Madison, Wis Jan 8 La- Fcllette iu a statfmeiit which appears in today's issue of his magazine, definitely commits himself to oppo- sition to President Taft whenever he compromises on progressue policies. Tile threat is implied, not direct The in partt- "On Match 4, President Roosevelt committed the great work of his ad- ministration, flnlsfiea1 and unfinished, to his successor. President Taft formed a new cabinet, some of whom Madriz Says Eieeution of Gannon and Grocs Was iilegai, COKCEiS lilCTED federal Grand .luiv Kinds Trti- Hill Against I'jipor Trust. New York. Jan. indictment was found by the federal grand jury against the Paper Board association, an organization of 140 manufacturers of- paper and box board, headed by John H. Parks. The indictment sets forth that there has been an annual extra cost to consumers of The fol- lowing New York and New Jersey corporations belong to the combina- tion: Albia Box and Paper company. American Paper company. G W. Cowns company.' Fort Orange Paper company, Foster Box-Board company. Haverhill Box-Board company and others. In addition there are ratlons of Ohio. Indiana. Illinois and Vliginia. .PRICES SOi OUT OF SIGHT SENATOR tA FOLLETTE. bad not "been fn Sympathy with tjiai work. He aided in tfie election of Cannon as speaker of thp house of representatives Cannon. Aldrich and their associates became his tiose ad- iscrs on legislation "The people are not satisfied with, tariff legislation. They are shocked at tnc charges made in tho Alaskan srandal. They not lost faith jot are still waiting, hoping, but the people of the country are as well as west. They tolerate no retreat, no com- promise on progressive policies." Washington, Jan. president facto of Nicaragua, ad- mitted in a telegram, to the state de- partment that the executions of Le- roy Cannon and Leonard Groce, the two Americans who were put to death by Former President Zelaya for par- ticipation in yje revolution, were ille- gal, and -he added that the resent- ment felt by the government and peo- ple of the United States was justified. Peace Envoy Drowned. Bluefields, Jan. (By wireless to Fornes Diaz, who was en route to Managua as General Estrada's representative to arrange peace terms with Madriz, was drown- ed in the Greytown bar while at- tempting to land from the steamer in a small boat. Drawn Up In Battle Array. Managua, Jan. present in- dications it looks as though there will soon be an engagement between the government troops and the revo- lutionists at Acoyapa. Two days af- ter the battle of Rama the Estrada forces departed in the direction ot that place, en route, it was said, for Managua. The government troops are occupying positions there, and there is every likelihood that a fight occur. friedy Told Happrnfogs of tlie of the Buckeye State. Columfcus. O., Jan. noting out of saloons la drv counties is in- creasing the number in wet counties. This is shown by the counties now i at all that appointments asked lor by insurgents have been held back at least temporarily, and there is an even chance that they may be refused out- right. The war has not gone to that point yet, however. In that far the story was premature. Insurgents Not Worried. Even if the president does decide to wage a patronage war on Cummins, La Follette and their followers, the in- surgents themselves would doubtless welcome it. Take the case of Victor Murdock in the house Murdoek has never been given any patronage, yet he has managed to come back to the bouse with constantly increasing ma- jorities. The possession of pie by a congressman is by no means an un- mixed blessing. In giving out the pastry he often makes a half dozen en- emies to one friend. On the other is refused 01- ficial kitchen- he can-shift the bnrden. and tbe enemies he might hare made In his distribution of offices now be- come the foes of the administration in- stead. Moreover, if the member can make it appear that he has been turned down becouse he had. the independence to stand for principle his case is so much the stronger. Let the people once get the idea that their representa- tive is discriminated against because he is making their fight and wild horses could not drag them from his support. What a Patronage War Would Mean. Will the president go to such lengths? In some cases, yes. He has already done so. But that be will make It a general policy to withhold all appoint- ments asked for by insurgent members I do not believe. It would certainly be n shortsighted move and one that would immeasurably strengthen the In- surrectos, thus having an exactly op- posite effect from that which it Is presumed that Mr. Taft desires. It Is known that be is exceedingly anxious about the elertion of the next house nnd will take a band In the congres- sional campaign. Why, then, should he adopt a course that would almost cer- tainly bring back a house and possibly a senate with a majority hostile to him even though both remained nominally Republican? A general patronage war on the Insurgents at this time would arouse an internecine conflict within the party the extent or effect of which it would be Impossible to measure. First to It. Some amusement bss been caused by the rivalry between tbe president and j Chairman Mscn of the house com- mittee on interstate commerce in the matter of Introducing bills to amend the railroad rate law. Mann beat tbe president to it. bis bill going in con- William James -Sidis, elevea-year- old son of Dr. Boris Sidis, one of the foremost psychologists of the coun- try, Tecently delivered a lecture be- fore the distinguished mathematical professors of Harvard at Conant hall on the fourth dimension. Men of learning who have spent all their lues in fathoming the mysteries of higher mathematics listened in Won- der as the boy spoke of theorems in many cases hitherto unknown to them. Many of them frankly con- fessed their ignorance of things of which the boy talked glibly, and again and'again they called on him to ex- plain anew some oi his propositions. The explanations were given at, read- ily as tKe lecture, and on no occasion was the boy at a loss for an intelli- gent answer. Good Blood good health, and Mood's an unapprftached record a Wood-purifier. It its wonderful cures, not simply because it contains sarsaparilla bat because it combines the utmost values of more than 20-different ingreients. There is no real substitute for it. If urged to buy any preparation eaid to be "just as good" you may be eare it is inferior, costs lesv to make, and yields tbe dealer a larger profit. Get In -omul liquid form or la chocolated tablets known an all. letter was in effect an im- TAFT FES It PIHCHOT (Continued from first page.) resignation, m oraer mat ne mignt bring the matter to me, to wnom, he told you, it must ultimately come, be- cause I had considered the Glavis charges and had passed upon them. "Without further conference with the secretary and before making a report to him, you succeeded in mak- ing public, by having reafl Jn the sen- ate, a letter stating that you had suf- ficiently disciplined Messrs. Price and Shaw by reprimanding tnem, and that your recommendation that no further punishment was required, and this before that recommendation was mer power and "duty it was to de- termine upon admissions as to. his complicity, what action should be taken with respect to his resignation. Complicity. "In understand the full purport ri your letter in which you proper appeal to eongrejsfl and the public to excuse in the guilt of your subordinates before. I could act and against my decision. in the CUvls case before the whole -evidence on which that was based' coald he considered. "I should be glad to -Vegard, what has' happened only as re- flection. BO that I could ppsjbpver and take no official cognizance .of it. But other acd higher considerations must govern'me.' When of the United States dent they placed me of the highest dignity and charged me with the duty of maintaining that dignity and proper respect for the of- fice on the part of my subordinates. Moreover, if I were to pass over this matter in silence, it would be moat demoralizing to the discipline of the executive, branch of the government. Usefulness Destroyed. "By your own conduct you have destroyed your usefulness as a help- ful subordinate of the government, and. it therefore now becomes my duty to direct the secretary of agri- culture to remove you, from your office as the forester. "Very sincerely yours. "WILLIAM H. TAFT. "Hon. Glfford Pinchot, Forester." According to what was said in offi- cial circles there was no difference of opinion -at the cabinet meeting in re- gard to what course should be taken with respect to Messrs., Pinchot, Price and Shaw. Opinion is divided here as to the reasons that actuated Mr. Pinchot in writing a letter to Senator Dolliver containing comments which President Taft construed as a reflection on his own judgment and tbe of the secretary of the interior. As for Mr. Pinchot himself, he declined to offer any explanation or to make any comment on his dismissal. "I have nothing to was his reply when asked to make a state- ment. Mr. Pinchot said that he did not Jsnow what action he would take except that he would turn over his office to the assistant forester today. He seemed happy instead of de- pressed. Thomas Cureton, of Lexington, called on friends in the city-today. admit tre complicity of Price and Born to Mr and Mrs. Samuel E. Shaw in tiie publications of the press j Harlan, of Mifflin township, a daugh- it shon'd be said that the gravamen of the charges was that Secre- tary Ballinger and the others were all affected by corrupt wishes to patent 33 scr-callcd Cunningham claims upoa coal Alaska; that the ques- PINCHOT A MILLIONAIRE. Gifford Pinchot was born at Simsbury, Conn.. Aug. 11, 1865. He graduated from Yale in 18S9 and afterwards studied forestry in France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Mr. Pincfcot entered the United States forest service with the department of agricul- ture in 1898 and has been with it ever since, in spite of the fact that he is many times a million- aire and has large business inter- ests in "Washington 'and else- where. tton whether these claims were fraudulent or not remained to be de- cided upon the evidence after both the United States and the .claimants had been heard; that every patent as an executive act Is completely within- Hrrr-k All ami Brine a Coirago Jan S Market on the price of "noes aeain h'-ok" ths record wVn tic pri'-f per hundred- weight reached (K Tsis is the second big jump in tho market price of hogs witiiti last days. bHaging the prices to fibres higher than ever known previously at tie rtock yards in Chicago Several days apo tbe to fS.75 per hundrc-dT'iclit fri'-'-s for lambs advanced also t" that being quota! ioc. Stephenson Coolness. AlilTraukc'- WIs.. .Tan. suit of n Assemblyman Herman I. Ekern against Assemblyman Albert I. Twes- IDP.OII account ol tnstters growing out ol the campaign of IStffc. bronchi out some startling developments when iti0 deposition of Senator Isaac Ste- pbonson taken Tho Sen- stor LsFollctte and Senator Stophec- son rarae to a parting of the ways wasUerause tha latter refused to pony up a cool Quarter allllon dollars for a presidential campaign for Senator Sach was the statement of Senator siderably in advance of the adminis- tration message nad measure. Strange to say, the Mann bill left out Mr. pet proj-jct of a commerce same period of the year before. court- Amusement was also caused by Lucas has paid compared president's change of policy re- carding the time for sending in his special ralln-nd message. After the paying their December _ semi-annual Dow tax to the state treasurer. Frank- lin county has just paid compared with for tbe tbe jurisdiction of president to direct the niiiinolding of it In order that he himself may examine the evi- dence as to the validity of the alaim. "These facts understood, ths plain intimations in your letter are. first, that 1 bad reached a wrong conclu- sion as to tb tary Ballinger ter. W. S. Cappelier, who lias i.l at his home on West been Fourth street, is considerably impioved. Mrs. William Berno, who went to Lakeside hospital, Cleveland, for an operation two weeks ago, is improving Mr. and Mrs. Harry Armentrout, of Piqua, are visiting With Mr. and Mrs. L. B. of Pleasant enue. Edward DeLong and son, Edward, of Toledo, are spending a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. of "Weil Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. George." of Park avenue east, will go to Canton this evening to visit daughter, Mrs. W. B. Gilky. Mrs. W. S- Hartman, vho has been at the Emergency hospital, for the four-, jreeks. has leen removed-to tfie her" sister, Mrs. William of, avenue. Tbe Thimble Berry clnb tained tty Mrs. Charles Suigdef at her liomc aveone af- A surprise was sprung dur- ing the m'eeting when a kitchen show- er was given for Miss "Cora Fritz. Tiie new branch office of The North American Watch company of good faith of Secre- )ais citv Of which W. H. Alger. for- the officers of tne Oj this city. Is maaager. has with the year before. Mont- land office, although you and your subordinates had only seen the evi- dence of Glavis. the accuser, and had never seen or read the evidence of those accused or records that 1 ten established in the -Columbus tuildfug. No. 103 State street in Chi- cpgo. Mayor Brown and the heads of a Lorain has paid compared with Butler has paid J22. compared with a slight decrease. ei with tbe score f5 to 14 In ftror Norwalk. Had tbe wcond team had a good center there would have been an excellent chance to win the game. The cane of the Mansfield Pure Milk company against William Wol- farthjtras decided in the court of Justice Schaeffcr, Saturday morning. a judgment for having been rendered in favor of the plaintiff. The claim of the milk company was tor and dissatisfied with the amount of the judgment the com- iany has appealed the case to the court of common pleas. The secretary of the city water vorks, Eugene Lindsey, in looking ever his books today announced that during the month of December, 1909 the water works pumped gallons of water to consumers ac- cording to the books. In the month December, 1908, the amount of v-ater pumped was gal- lone so that it will be seen that mora vater is needed for the city. It had been- hoped that Prof. By- ion W. King, who is to lecture at the First Congregational church here Monday evening under the auspices t.f the high sc'hool, would be able to 51 each Mansfield in time to give read- ings in several of the local churches Sunday evening, this being among the things in which he is exceptional- fine, but he is to be in Canton, Sunday and will be unable to reach 1-ere before Monday morning. Tne sale of tickets for the Monday even- ing lecture assures a large audience. Oscar E. Pfouts, assistant teudent and mechanical engineer of the Ohio State reformatory, is named as the successor of Peter Caldwell as superintendent of thp Louisville School of Reform, according to a dis- patch from Louisville, Ky. Supt. Caldwell vlll resign "Feb. 1. His reputation as an industrial school authority Is comitriiwide, and his length of service in one institution perhaps has not a parallel in the country. Mr. Pfouts has a most re- sponsible position at the Ohio State reformatory, and the success which he ha? enjoyed will make his posi- tion a hard one to fill at the institn- ticn should he decide to accept the position at the head of the Louisville School of Rpform. Miss Nelle Pollock was very pleas- antly Thursday evening at her home on Bast Second occasion being her birthday anniver- sary- The evening was spent in r-Iaying games and music, aftsr irhich she was presented with a beautiful ring. Those present were Nelle Pollock, Edith Wagner, Helen Laird. Theresa Wappner, Kathleen }iartin, Lena Eiaeher, Freida Bit- tmger, Erma Krabill, Xina Repass, -Mabel Pollock and the Messrs. William Wagner, Albert' -Louis Heuss, Glenn ham, George Bucan, William Hoft- nan, Karl Klein, Karl Hering, Fred 'iherlein, Clarence Fike, Herman Elmer Fuch. Lunch was served at a late hour. All departed, the hostess many more birthdays. Prosecuting Attorney James W. Galbraith, returned home last nigzjt" irom his trip to Columbus, where be went to see about the case of Gaylord M. Garn, who is in the county jail here on the charge of pbandoning his four minor children. AS stated heretofore when young Garn was arrested in Columbus, he v-as found to be living with a Miss Garfleld with whom he went through the marriage ceremony. The city pnd county authorities are not dis- posed to show this defendant mucn mercy for the reason that his offense ,s a double one, that of abandon- ment and bigamy. The grand jury- is in session at Columbus now and will be all next week. Witnesses have subpoenaed in the Garn case and the prosecutor is of the opinion that he will be indicted for bigamy, wife No. 2 is still in Up- per Saiidusky and Garn persists in writing her-the softest kind of let- ters from the'jall here and declaring that he will remain" true to her and marry her'after he "gets out of the penitentiary where he expects to be sent. I calf nt the House of the half disclosed which were submitted city dcpartasests are 'dozen railroad" T.residents the rumor i to and secondly, that under the at work" making up tbe r.ty j that the president circumstance, without the exploits- financial budget to be became delay b-> message until the fol- Uon of Messrs. Shaw and Price In Woman Wrecks Saloon. 1 Tase 1 ed the saloon of J. M. Schler at Mau- mee and. swinging an Old-fashioned poker. to demollnb. She said she was exasperated beyond en- i durance at the sight of her I In the T--> i hf.-sr Byron W King's PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS FATO OIJTTMEXT Is guarantees case '.f Itchine r Jn to 14 or m We. i a child In orderliness may hy trainine a rann In righteousness. Clothing Cracked. Cohinjbus. O, Jan. safe- crackers raided the strong box la clothlaR 1350 for their trouble. They Kalaed aa entrance to the building through a I It yon Ryton W K-np evening. Cores aCoMtaOne Day, on km. lowinc Thereupon some of his i and monthly preas sbrrwder prison] advisers rnsfaed to j of tbe charges of Glarta. adaln- falm and out the probable Jstration. InclwMeg tie president and poimlar of the delay. tho interior department The conclude, they sakL office would bavss allowed that railroad presidents bad In- ftaadrtent claims to pat- Mr Taft 10 change bis. taewago i rated .on coal lands In Alaska, al- md he bad Traits to make the alters- i had tsUon of tlK1 biisace of the document, and it went in per original schedule. Tfce Pr-Midtnt Still Judge. iralh that the so pood considerate of the j fwlliiir's ff that be j to on him. There I? none of 1' dash around tbf rwm with both anil coltlnc rid of them before they had iimc t> twice and "Good morning. IV, rori rare 'e's be a "t miss It president br the Claris "You solicited the opportunity to make such a declaration la congress for tne purpose of offsetting. If la the public mind, the presi- dent's derision ia tie Claris cas? supported by the opinion of tbe at- torney general after a full examina- tion by boti evidence adduced by thf accuse, and the evidence on be- half of accused, while the latter yon had seen. Ton did the advice of sec- retary of without notify- Ing him that rou to do and to the city council when the last j tioned body meets for circus Frl- j Ay jan. K. Sheriff (.'-us Bacr, who was in Co- j lumbns. Friday, states that he talked I an official at the Ohio penitea- and tbe latter told bins that! Hub Bell woald likely be let ont on parole about Feb. 1. The sheriff says that Mr. BclJ has offered a position with a Columbus drug fnn as soon as be gets of the I-en. j The Mansfield liasket ball Jcams j played o'it of the ciiy last "T-1 cniag were both defeated The rep-! i csentative T. M. C A. was vrrj badly defeated i% the game with j Uucyriis V- M. C. A five, the final j wore heing to Jan. 10th. for one week.'Elfa C. Wulle will have special sale on all ArtGoods. Beauti- ful designs for piano and library cov- ers, new ideas in wash pillows. With 18-inch white doylie I will furn- ish thread free. Those wishing to do their own stamping can buy perforated patterns of me. Small initials for marking lin- ens. Sc each. My 'patterns can "be used many time, thus making a sav- ing. Why pay 3c. when you can buy Royal Society Floss and other makes for Sc per skein at my place. I guar- unJco my prices are lower at all times than a nywhere in the city. For the newest best ideas. Ella C. Wulle others follow. For give a call. OBITUARY. blotter. The infant sin of Mr. and Holx-rt Molter. residinc m iho of South Adams dif-d Friday nicht. Burial Saturday njornins; at Four Corners cemetery, bct-srwi B and BiiUcr. Five Kiiteo In Wreck. Rome, Jan. aad score injured in a near Foggla. An CTpress aad freight collided. high school second 'cam pill up good game against Xnrwalk school five, but was defeated by a Don't King. inks hearing Byron W. TODAY'S ;