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•~Vi7"^~""7 XT'" a V ". vt • THE AUBURN CITIZEN fHECIT/ZEW, THE WEATHER. AU NEWS STANDS. Partly cloudy and not quite so cold 2c a Copy. 12 Pages tonight and Saturday. if ,, h THE AUBURN CITIZEN, VOI* I. No. 136. AUBTJBN, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1906. THE AUBURN BULLETIN. VOL. 85. No. 73.472. LATEST EDITION. «*• TO BREAK THE DEADLOCK. ! SHOT 6IRL AND HIMSELF. NOT GUILTUAYS MANN. LARCENY Miners and Operators Will Make a Former's Parents Had Objected to Final Effort Today. Hhanks's Attention to Daughter. Editor of Town Topics Arraigned on Perjury Indictment. 21 PROBABLY BEAD Indianapolis, March 23.—The Mansfield, Ohio, March 23.—Miss New York, March 23.—William D. joint Scale Committee of the joint Grace Zellner, aged 28, daughter of Comptroller and Wall Street Mann, publisher of Town Topics, to- Eleven Bodies Recovered conferences of the coal operators and George W. Zellner, a merchant of day pleaded not guilty to an indict- miners of the Central Competitive this city, was shot and killed today Firms May Clash. ment charging him with perjury. He from West Virginia Mine. New York Justice's Opinion as to Polit- district and the Southwestern dis-j by Roy Shanks, formerly of Ashland, was arraigned before Judge O'Sulli- trict, went into executive session to- j Ohio, who then committed suicide. , , , , . , - - A n . . . . . . . . , . . . - A — . _ - van ip the Court of General Sessions. T k piac n s h a n ical Campaign Contributions. day on the final effort to break a deadlock that has existed since the oVT h r r „ v r HUNT FOR MONEY DUE STATE His counsel. Martin W. Littleton, asked Judge O'Sullivan to set an ear- AND 10 ARE STILL MISSING conference on the wage scale began. room at his boarding house. Miss | ly date for the trial. District Attorney Zellner was well known in society cir-1 ——-—"~ Every proposition made by either cles here and was a leader in church Members of Stock Exchange Jerome replied that "the defendant the operators or the miners has been work. She and Shanks had been will have his day in court, when The Explosion Wat Probably voted down in the preceding meetings sweethearts for some time against Claim Their Books Cannot he will be able to vindicate himself if Caused by an Explosion he can, but the district attorney will HE TAKES OPPOSITE VIEW FROM of the two joint committees. The Ill- the wishes of her parents. inois operators are standing firm in their demand for relief from the ex- MAY GO INTO POLITICS., penses entailed from the shot Brers' Labor Men Threaten to Enter Field Be Legally Examined. New York, March 23.—-Advice that try this case when he gets ready." He said however, that he would ar- range for trial just as soon as he cau. of Natural Gas. law in that State and have defeated If Congress Fails to Act. members of the New York stock ex- MUST GO TO PRISON. Grafton. VV. Va., March 2 3 . — every proposition that does not carry Washington, March 23.—The Ex- change may legally refuse access to Twenty-one miners are believed to with it this relief. ecutive Council of the American Fed- their papers documents and books to Editor of a St. Petersburg Paper have lost their lives in yesterday's District Attorney, However, Sticks to His Opinion and De- Placed Under Arrest. mine explosion at Century. W. Va. eration of Labor spent some time yes- representative of the State comp- clares That if O'Sullivan Is Right Then Cortelyou and Boost in Soft Coal in Chicago. terday discussing the replies of Pres- troller who is seeking to determine St. Petersburg, March 23.—Alexis Eleven bodies have been recovered to- Chicago, March 23.—Soft coal ident Roosevelt and Speaker Cannon the amounts such members owe the Alexievitch Souvorin, editor of the day and 10 men are still missing. Bliss Are Guilty of Having Received Stolen Prop- prices are advancing in Chicago in to the bill of grievances presented to State under the stock transfer tax is Russ, was arrested last night as the Those not yet accounted for are view of the growing feeling among them and to President Pro Tern Frye contained in an opinion given to the result of the rejection by Emperor thought to be dead in the mine. Most erty—Jerome Makes a Proposition .to Court coal dealers that a strike in the bi- of the Senate Wednesday regarding exchange members by its counsel, ac- Nicholas of his appeal against the of the dead are foreigners tuminous regions at least is certain. legislation affecting labor Interests. cording to an announcement made to- sentence of one year's imprisonment Missing Probably Dead. There was little western soft coal to Mr. Gompers said last night that the day. in a fortress imposed upon him Jan- uary 20 last for publishing a sedi- The bodies recovered wre torn aud be h a d . i n Chicago yesterday. The concluding paragraph in the memor- This opinion, if followed and if the tious proclamation, including the mangled and in many cases burned New York, March 23.— The offi- the payment of a political assessment price has advanced from $1.10 a ton ial meant exactly what it said. That stock transfer tax is not repealed in manifesto of the Workmen's Council from had to toes, making the work of cers of life insurance companies who and you wish to know whether that to $1.C0 a ton within the last few is, if Congress fails to remedy the the Legislature at this session, may announcing that the government had identification very hard. From the constitutes a crime. Your question days. grievances, the organization will ap- contributed a portion of tho com- peal direct to the people- provoke long and bitterly fought liti- declared civil war on the proletariat, fierce force of the explosion, as is infers whether the Intent was good saying that the challenge must be evident by the ruin wrought iu the pany's funds to politicul campaign In other words, he said, the federa- gation between the State comptroller accepted. committees committed larceny in the opinion of Justice O'Sullivan of the or bad before inquiring of all the cir- cumstances surounding it. This ques- CONFEREES ON STATEHOOD. tion will enter the field of politics and the stock exchange. and urge organized labor to elect men Find It Annoying. shaft, there is little hope that the missiug 10 escaped with their lives. Court of Sessions. Justice O'Sullivan expressed, his tion comes under Sec. 5 20 of the penal code, which expressly declares that Senate's Representatives to Insist on of their own choosing and thus have the Amendments. Since the stock tax law went into a personal voice in the government. effect agents of the State comptroller LOVE MURDER TRIAL The explosion is supposed to have been caused by an accumulation of to commit the crime of larceny there have been very thorough in examin- opinion in court today in replying to Washington, March 23.—Mr. Bev- There will be further discussion of ing the business done by Wall Street Defense Claims Victim Fell on Knife natural gas occurred in the "A" the presentment submitted to him by must be intent. It is not within the eridge renewed his motion in the Sen- the situation by the members of the firms to determine the amounts due ' in an Epileptic Fit. lead o fthe second south main. None the grand jury which IK Investigate province of this court to say whether ate today authorizing the appoint- council among whom the remarks of from them under the law and have of the men in that lead escaped. ing some of the phases of the insur- there was intent. You must infer that the President and Mr. Cannon have demanded in particular to see the Rochester, March 23.—The defense ment of conferees on the part of the made a deep impression. Work of Rescue Dangerous. ance business which were developed from all the facts. Senate to met confeTees of the House memorandum of sales of the various in the Love murder case opened this Mr. Gompers insists the council is firms. This thoroughness on the part morning. Mr. Forsyth, counsel for Rescuers are working heroically to by the Legislative Investigating Com- "Was it an honest transaction actu- of Representatives on the Statehood in the right regarding the statements of the comptroller's agents has great- the defense, moved that, the prisoner reach the missing men, but the large mittee. ated by commendable motives or was bill and Mr. Foraker withdrew hie set forth in the bill of grievances, ly annoyed the members of the ex- be discharged on the ground that his amount of gas still in the mine make* He held that larceny was commit- it an act under disguise and conceal- amendment requiring the submission that it has abundant proof of the change who asked their attorneys for client could not be convicted on the the work dangerous and retards its ted by the officers who authorized ment? From these facts you will get o fthe question of selecting conferees representations made and that the the opinion as to the legality of the testimony of a child. The motion progress.of the dead leave large fam- Many such contributions and charged the the character of intent. to the Senate. In making the with- condition of affairs in the labor world agent's demands. was denied. lios and the anguish and distress to jury to Investigate as to the respon- everywhere is the best proof of its "The law says that one who falsi- drawal Mr. Foraker stated that he contentions. Mr. Forsythe then outlined the case be seen on all sides is pitiful in the sibility' for such crimes. Holds Opposite to Jerome. fies the accounts of a corporation is guilty of forgery. If you find such ev- had received assurances from Mr. Beveridge that the conferees to be LOOTEDJHIHATES. for the defense. He stated that the extreme. defense would prove that Vincent This opinion is directly opposite idence in'this you may take that as suggested by him as chairman of the PAniSOIfHONDITION. Love did not kill his wife, as charged Arms and Ammunitions Taken from in the indictment, but that in an epi- Pare food laws are good. The purity of to the one on the same subject which evidence of intent. Committee on Territories would sup- a Standard Oil Launch leptic fit she fell on a knife she was Burnett's Vanilla is never questioned was submitted to Justice O'Sullivan port the Senate's position regardless Had a Comfortable Night and Is "Under section 611, officers or of the fact that they had originally Renting WeU Today. Hong Kong March 23.—A launch using, inflicting a fatal wound in the groin. by District. Attorney Jerome several agents or employes of a corporation EMMA GOLDMAN* SPOKE. supported the House bill. owned by tfce Standard Oil Company This is a complete shift in the legal day» ago. are guilty of a misdemeanor. You Columbus, Ohio, March 23.—-The was seized and looted by pirates After some discussion participated physicians attending Governor Pat- neaT Canton yesterday. battle, as throughout the case wit- And Rochester Police Wore ou Hand Replying to Judge O'Sullivan, Dis- may consider that in relation to nesses have sworn that Love declared trict Attorney Jerome reiterated his criminal Intent. It is not within the in by Messrs. Foraker, Long and Tel- tison refused this forenoon to say that his wife committted suicide. The to Suppress Her if Necessary. The pirates secured a number of ler the motion to insist upon the Sen- whether he is worse or better. His Rochester, March 23. — Emma opinion that the acts of the investigat- province of the grand Jury to specu- Winchester rifles and. 1,000 rounds of prisoner took the stand in his own be- ed insurance officials did not consti- late how a crime has been avoided ate's amendments was adopted. son has been summoned home from ammunition. half this morning. Goldman, the priestess of anarchy, tute larceny and told the court that but rather how it, has been commit- Mr. Morgan secured an order for college. delivered an address last night at The United Slates gunboat Callao BOTH W E N T AGROUND. if he maintained his contrary opinion, ted. the printing of the 'original and final Later one of Governor Pat'tlson's Germania Hall before a large audi- is proceeding to the scene of the then it was the duty of the grand "I cannot impress upon you too contracts between the United States physicians said that the governor j Mishap to Two Steamers .on Resump- ence. Many police officers were in the piracy. jury to seek cause for indictments strongly that self-gain is not neces- and the New Panama Canal Company spent a comfortable night and was tion of Navigation on the Hudson. audience, and they were ready to put for larceny against George \ \ \ Per- sary to constitute the crime of lar- this morning. of France for the purchase of the resting easily he may not have The fear is that the The gunboat Callao is attached to a stop to the harangue in case there canal, saying that they never had strength to sustain the alarming the Asiatic fleet and is commanded by Albany, March 23.—The resump- kins, former vice president of the ceny. What difference does it make tion of navigation on the Hudson was any violation of the law. New York Life insurance Company, whether there was self-gain or not?" been made public. sinking spells that seem to be com- Lieutenant Robert W. Henderson. river was marked by a slight mishap The address did not bear out the who admitted giving political con- Must Xot Avoid Unpleasant Duty. Mr. Culberson's resolution calling ing with more frequency. The phy- She is of steel, having a displacement to the steamers C. W. Morse of the speaker's reputation for radicalism. tributions, and against George B. Judge O'Sullivan referred to the upon the War department for further sicians attending him still fail to ex- of 200 tons and carries six guns. She People's line and the Saratoga of the It was a denunciation of social con- plain the exact nature of his illness. Cortelyou, chairman, and Cornelius question of reasonable doubt and information relative to the Mount An Unfavorable Bulletin. has speed of 10 knots an hour. Citizens' line, both boats on the sea- ditions such as is frequently heard N. Bliss, treasurer of the Republican concluded: Dajo battle was adopted without dis- At. noon today the following bulle- Canton, in the vicinity of Which the son's initial trip last night having in other quarters. The language at National Committee, as receivers of cussion. tin was lsued by Governor Pattison's launch was attacked, near the mouth roun hard aground on a sand bar at times rose to a high pitch but never "You are not to go seeking for shel- stolen goods. The railroad rate bill was again physicians: of the West river in the province of North Coeyman's, about 12 miles transgressed the lew as strictly as it ter as an excuse to avoid an unpleas- laid before the Senate and Mr. 'Since midnight Governor Patti- Kwang Tung, is the great seaport of from this city. The Morse ran might be interpreted. Jerome's Pro|>o>*ition. ant duty." Spooner continued his speech begun son has grown more restless and southern China. aground first and the Saratoga, in Last night's meeting was open to District Attorney Jerome said, ad- . Mr. Jerome immediately at the con- yesterday. there has developed some ad em a at the base of the lungs. He has sus- endeavoring to asist the People's the public, and the show of force by dressing the court: clusion of Judge O'Sullivan's charge SUICIDE IN MILWAUKEE. the police may have caused timidity tained further loss of strength. line boa, grounded itself. "If your honor will sit as a magis- asked that the Jury remain so tihat he PRIVATE CAR FOR PRESIDENT. Temperature, 102; pulse, 130; res- Passengers from both boats were on the part of the speaker. Today, it trate In this case I will submit affi- could make a statement to them. He piration, 28." Son of Multi-Millionaire Found Dead transferred to a local pleasure is said, she will deliver an address to davits as to the acts committed by at once addressed the court saying: Gaines Made Proposition But a Point in His Room. steamer and were brought to Albany. which only known 'reds'' of this city George W. Perkins and will ask the "Your Honor has misconceived this of Order Was Fatal to It. THREE TRAINS IN A WRECK. Milwaukee, Wis., March 23.—Will- Later in the day the freight was re- will be admitted within hearing dis- tance. warrant for his arrest. A writ of matter." * Washington, March 23.~The iam Mariner son of Ephraim Mariner, moved from the boats. habeas corpus will follow and the The district attorney then went on House today took up the legislative And Three Trainmen Injured and a multi-millionaire, himself the man- case will be taken to the highest to say that he was in possession of a appropriation bill. Mr . Gaines Many Hogs Killed at Goshen, Ind. ager of the real estate portion of his court where I*will retain Alton B. Parker as special counsel." Judge O'Sullivan refused fo grant great deal of information on this sub- ject. He said that George W. Per- kins has sworn that he gave Cor- nelius N. Bliss $8,000 and that, he (Tenn.) offered an amendment pro- Cleveland, O., March 23.—A se- father's business, was found dead at viding $100,000 for a private car for rious freight wreck occurred on the his home yesterday afternoon. the President. It made no difference Lake Shore & Michigan Southern rail- road at Qoshen, Ind., today in which Mariner had committed suicide by Mr. WHITE FLAG IS WAVED AT ROCKEFELLER the warrant. whether the President was on an of- was reimbursed out of the funds of three freight trains were involved. shooting, it is believed, some time O'Sullivan to the Jury. ficial trip or on a bear hunt, Mr. Three trainmen were injured. An east- during the night. In Lis charge to the grand jury to the New York Life Insurance Com- Gaines said, he ought to be made bound freight train containing a The body was discovered by a Questions they put to him Judge pany. comfortable. number of cars of live stock stopped coachman who, when he raised a Hadley Says the Oil Magnate, if He So Desires, Will Be O'Sullivan said: "Such acts," 'he continued, "should A point of order by Mr. Littauer for water and was run into by a sec- ladder t o ' a window outside of Mr. "Your question infers the intent in be prohibited, but the fact that con- was fatal to the proposition; al- ond train, demolishing many cars and Mariner's room and climbed in the Allowed to Come to New York and See His Grandson, fronts us here now Is, are they pro- though herecognizedlts probable nec- killing a large number of hogs. window, discovered the body. hibited by law? There is a legal essity. Some of the wrecked cars were Mr. John D. HI, Without Danger of Meeting Subpoena. Mariner's non-appearance late yes- INDEX. proposition before Mils court that makes George B. Cortelyou a receiver Mr. Babcock (Wis.) asked Mr. Llt- thrown over on the west-bound track terday afternoon led to the investi- tauer if lie did not think it wise for and were run into by a third freight Page 1—The World's Telegraph New* gation which resulted in the discov- Campaign Contributions Larceny? of stolen goods and Cornelius N. Congress to provide a private car for train. Rockefeller May Visit Grandson. Bliss also is a reveiverof stolen goods the President. It might be, .was the ous from a financialofstandpoint seri- ery. The wreck is one the most that The cause of the suicide has not New York, March 23.—Fear of a courts have ordered them to answer Comptroller Clashes with Wall St. under this theory." answer, but if so, it ought to be the road has experienced in some been definitely learned but may have subpoena which would compel him to my questions and '1 haven't the Page 2—Telegraph News. properly considered. time. been due to ill health or financial testify in the proceedings brought by slightest doubt they will do so." Mr. Hardwick (Ga.) congratulated troubles. the State of Missouri against the Mr. Hadley said that in his efforts Advertising. Mr. Littauer In making tlhe point of HE GOT THE LIMIT. The body was lying on the bed, shot Standard Oil Company need not pre- to secure the testimony of Mr. Rock- Railroad Time Table. Page 3—Sporting News of the Day. 10 YEARSJN^PRISON. order. He sajd the contingent fund through the head and beside it was vent John D. Rockefeller from visit- efeller, he had not tried to create a for the President was increased in the New York Lawyer Convicted of For- a revolver with which the deed was sensation. Comment. bill and if he did not think he would gery Sentenced to 20 Years. committed. Mr. Mariner was one of ing his youngest grandson, John D. Negligent Street Car Conductor Gets be overruled lie would make a point the wealthiest men in Milwaukee, of Rockefeller III, If he chooses to do "If Rogers and the other witness- Advertislug. New York, March 23.—Henry Huff- which he had been a lifelong resi- so. Page 4—Editorial. a Long Sentence. of order against the increase. He ad- es.'' he added, 'will answer the ques- mitted his bump of reverence might man Brown, a lawyer, who recently dent. He has been engaged in the real Attorney General Hadley of Mis- tions I shall put, there will be no News and Comment. New York. March 23.—-A sentence not be well developed, but he could was convicted of forgery in the first ! estate business for many years and necessity for subpoenaing John D. Miscellany. of 10 years' Imprisonment was im- not see why every one connected with degree, today was sentenced to serve I was a large owner of Milwaukee real souri, who is here prosecuting the Rockefeller. It would be next to im- Amusement Advertising. posed today on Albert Oreman, a the White House was so* high and the maximum penalty of 20 years in estate. suit brought by his State, announced Page 6—Local News. street car conductor who had been mighty that no questions could be prison. Brown was convicted of forg- today that he is willing to declare a possible for mc to subpoena him if I Watchman Murdered at Sodus.' held by a jury to be responsible for a asked regarding the need for re- ing a bogUB claim to the estate of HER CREW ESCAPED. truce if Mr. Rockefeller wishes to re- wanted- to so long as he remains in Auburn Road Engineer Hurt. quested appropriations. turn to New York to see his grand- New Jersey." collision which resulted in the death Ebbe Peterson in the Bronx. Coming Events. Schooner was Abandoned in a Sink- son. Personals. of Bernard McDonald, a mail wagon Woman Fatally Burned. In passing sentence Judge Foster ing Condition After Collision. Advertising. Pago 6—Local News. [ driver. Oreman was convicted of manslaughter. At the time of the col- said that he had been unable to find Malone, N. Y., March 23.-~Mrs. any extenuating circumstances in Henry Jock was fatally burned last Brown's case. Boston, March 23.—The steamer Hadley's Offer. "If Mr. Rockefeller wants to hold DEMEDJIU)EFIIUI.T. Persian, wtiich arrived here today his grandson in his arms." said Mr. Seneca Falls Girl's Success. lision Oreman was running the car in nlgt at her home her. After she and from Philadelphia, had on board the Hadley. "I will declare a truce and Two Standard Oil Officials Failed to The Empire League. order to permit the mo tor man to talk her husband had retred a lamp ex- Deuel Out of Bar Association. captain and crew of six men of the Appear Before Sanborn. Advertising. to a woman passenger. ploded, throwing the oil over the bed. New York, March 23.—It was stat- schooner Lejok, which was in col- allow him to come over from New New York, March 23—Henry M. Page 7—Seneca County News. "As a warning to careless motor- Mrs. Jock, with clothing ablaze, ran ed last night by Elmer Christie, at- lision yesterday off Sandy Hook with Jersey without interference. He is an Til ford and J. C. Arnold of the Stan- Nearby Towns. men and chaffeurs," said Judge Fos- through the house and out doors torney for the Grievance Committee an unknown four-masted schooner. old man and doubtless is wrapped up dard Oil Company were declared in State News. ter to Oreman, "it is my duty to im- where she died almost immediately. of the Bar Association, that Justice The Lejok was struck below the wa- in this infant. If the possibilities of default when they failed to appear to- Advertising. pose a heavy sentence on you, as an Joseph M. Deuel of the Court of Spe- ter line and all her head gear was his being served with a subpoena is day before Commissioner Sanborn In Page 8—Miscellany. object lesson against the carelessness HIS HEAD BLOWN OFF. cial Sessions presented his resigna- carried away. She was in a sinking keeping him out of New York, I will the action brought by Attorney Gen- Advertislug. of such men as you. I have been in- tion from the Bar Association March condition when abandoned by her agree with his lawyers not to try to eral Herbert S. Hadley of Missouri crew, who were picked up later by Page 9—Want Advertisements. formed that it costs the Metropolitan Reckling Tied Sick of Dynamite 14 and that it was accepted. serve him while he is here until it is to oust from Missouri the Standard Telegraph News. Asked If the resignation would the Persian. Street Railway Campany nearly $2,- About HI. Neck, Then Exploded IU have any bearing on the charges Later in the day the schooner Gov- safe to take the baby back to Lake- Oil Company of Indiana and com- Deaths, Marriages, Births. 000,000 a year to settle damage suits Haxleton, Pa., March 23.—Herman made by District Attorney Jerome ernor Ames put In at Vineyard Haven wood with him if he wants to. panies alleged to be controlled by it. Real Estate. which are directly the result of such Reckling of West Hasleton, commit- that Justice Deuel was on the payroll with a big hole in her bow. It is Doesn't Need His Testimony. The Standard Oil's counsel object- Markets, Stock Quotations. > carelessness and gross neglect of du- ted suicide today in a horrible man- of Town Topics while sitting as a believed here that sne Is the vessel "I don't think I will need the tes- ed and declared that their .absence Advertising. Justice and requesting his removal ner. He tied a stick of dynamite from the bench, which charges are that was in collision with the Lejok. timony of Mr. Rockefeller anyway," was due to a stipulation postponing 1 ty as you have been adjudged guilty Miscellany. of, Baying nothing of the loss of life about his neck and exploded it with to be heard in the Appellate division i h e Ames reported having been in Mr. Hadley continued, "If I can get the hearing until tomorrow. Page 10—Miscellany. collision with another schooner yes- Advertising. and limb and suffering inflicted by m hammer. His head was blown to of the Supreme court today, Mr. terday morning about 22 miles south* the information I want from the oth- Commissioner Sanborn declared Page 11—Miscellany. such men as you." atoms. Christie replied In the negative.' west of Fire island. er witnesses I expect to examine. The them in default. s Advertising. ._•• Page 12—Miscellany. . Advertising. •«
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