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rtie Richmond FaiTadium, Friday, November lb, laus.
Ill VAIN OFFICERS SEARCH CLEVELAND Standard Oil Men Indicted at Findlay, Ohio, Cannot Be Found by Sheriffs. 'T SURPRISE PUBLIC She and Senator Agree to Disagree Social Tragedy KNEW PLATTS WOULD DO IT Friends Now Wonder What the Sen ator Gave His Wife Many Think That Among Other Things She Got Her- Present Fine Residence. DON A WANT LAWYERS TO AFPEAR ROCKEFELLER'S AIDS DO NOT WANT TO GO TO SCENE OF PROSECUTION IN PERSON FIGHTING HARD. .Publishers' Press! Clevelaad, O., Nov. 15.--v"Ith war rants for the arrest of three Stand ard Oil company officials Deputy Sher iff Johns of Findlay and Deputy James Ambrose of Cleveland searched high and low In Cleveland, but without re sult. The men wanted are M. G. Vilas, treasurer cf the Standard Oil com pany of Ohio; J. M. Robertson, sec retary, and H. P. Mcintosh, director, indicted at Findlay with John. D. Rockefeller by the grand Jury which made its report Wednesday evening. The officers searched houses, watch ed clubs and offices, visited hotels, theaters and cafes, but all in vain. The indicted Standard Oil officials were apprised of the coming of the officials with warrants. At Robertson's flat the neighbors did not even know he lived there. The janitor was missing; the Janitor's wife d i Jfjoitj know all the tenants. The officers visited the Mcintosh home. "Mrs. Mcintosh was very cour teous. She invited the visitors Into tire parlor. She explained that her husband departed on business out of the city. Further she had not the least idea. - But H. P. Mcintosh, Jr., showed more knowledge of the situ ation. "Yes, father's gone. No use to ask us where. It's up to you to get him." Then another son Inter vened with: "Don't you remember how Andrew Carnegie evaded service Just left the state awhile was all,' Ambrose 'and John did not go out to WIckllffe, where Vilas lives. They began a downtown vigil, making the rounds of places where the men might epend a part of the evening and using the telephone. Both Vilas and Robert- on recently caused their residence phones to be removed. The officers took several looks into Standard Oil offices. They separated without a clew. 'Til never give it up till I get tern, was John's final word, "but I'm up against it on what to do next." The officers did not visit Forest Hill, the Cleveland - home of John D. Rockefeller, as they said it was known that the latter is not there. When the deputies made inquiries at the offices of Vilas, Mcintosh and Robertson they were told those men are out of the city. Deputy Sh'eriff Johns declared, that the failure to obtain service on the Standard officials resulted from a breach of confidence by a newspaper correspondent This, he said, gave the men indicted ample time to get out of the court's Jurisdiction. S. S. Tolles of attorneys for the Standard Oil company .called Prose cutor David of Hancock county by telephone and asked if Vilas, Robert son and Mclal h would be permitted to answer the warrants through their attorneys. Prosecutor David replied that an answer by attorneys would not be countenanced, that Ire was de termined to have the three indicted men arrested and brought to Findlay, D., to plead and enter bail. "I am not inclined to be lenient in these cases," said the prosecutor, "be cause your clients are not behaving with dignity and respect to the court by attempting to evade service." Tolles then stated to the prosecutor that if personal appearance Is insist ed on he would bring the three Indict- ?d men to Findlay himself. "If you promise to do that I will wire Deputy Sheriff Johns to return here." answered the prosecutor. Findlay, O., Nov. 15. Prosecutor David stated that no attempt will be made at this time to compel Rocke fe'ler to come here, as his appearance was entered by his attorney in the matter pending in probate court. Mr. David gave as a reason for not mak ing the : indictments public the fact that none of the parties named in them were served with warrants of arrest. He declared that several per sons subpoenaed as witnesses In the recent 'Standard Oil trial here left the state and thus avoided tes tifying. The Indictments are' in possession of the clerk of " the courts of this county. It is under stood the indictments charge the de fendants with having continued to contract the oil productions and to fix prices on and after July 7, 1906, in violation of the Valentine anti-trust act, a state law under which the re cent prosecution of the Standard Oil company in this county was conducted and in which a fine of $3000 was im posed by the probate court. Mr. David said there will be no further action before the present grand jury relative to the investigation of th charge by C. O. Myers, one of he jury which convicted the Standard Oil company at the trial in probate court, that he was twice offered a bribe to "hang" the ury. nil fi ., y I mi ig&S&l f Corrai aicr bvr avu a-A"0-1 MRS. THOMAS C. PLATT. Newspaper Man Dies. Cincinnati. O., Nov. 15. frank Crawford, many years a member of The Enquirer staff in this city, dred of diphtheria. His wife died about three months ago and four children are left orphans. . The deceased was the son, of Samuel F. Crawford, one of the oldest members of tha Cincin nati bar. Social and Personal Mention THE MISSES MARY AND ELIZABETH JAY DELIGHTFUL LY ENTERTAINED LAST EVENING MR. FRED FELDMAN MARRIED AT SPRINGFIELD YESTERDAY TO MISS ALTA HULL MRS. CHAS. UNTHANK WILL ENTERTAIN - FIRST MEETING OF SORORIS CLUB. Society Editor 'Phone 1076. iPubiishers' J-ressj New Voriv, 15. The announce ment that Senator Thomas C. Piatt and his wife asrreed to separate and signed papers to that effect was no surprise to the public, which was pre pared for such a denouement by num erous publications recently that dif ferences existed between them. In signing the separation papers Senator and Mrs. Piatt did not meeL Mrs. Piatt went to the office of her lawyers and Senator Piatt went to the office of i.ls attorney. The nego tiations were conducted between the two offices. Mrs. Piatt is at the Tioga Lodse in Highland Mills, and Senator Piatt is staying at his apartments in this city. So feeble is he that no one was al lowed to see him. Besides the formal announcement of the separation made through Mrs. Piatt's counsel, no mem ber of the Piatt family . would , make any comment on the agreement. That a settlement was made by the senator is the general opinion among his friends, but what it- is seems not to be known. It is assumed that it Includes the property at Highland Mills, where Mrs. Piatt 13 making her home. Misses Mary and Elizabeth Jay de Hghtfully entertained last evening at their home in West Richmond. The evening was spent socially ana a luncheon was served. The guests were Misses Francis De Mann, Susan Kelsey, Stella Kelsey, Bertha Kelsey, Messrs. Francis Edmunds, Arthur El lis, Seldon White, Mr. and Mrs. Tur ner Hadley and Dr. and Mrs. J. Ed win Weller. Mr. Fred Feldman, formerly of this city, and Miss Alta Hull, were married yesterday at the home of the bride's parents in Springfield, O. After a short wedding journey Mr. and Mrs. Feldman will return to Springfield to reside, where Mr. Feldman is con nected with the Springfield Daily Sun. Among the wedding guests was Miss Clara Feldman of this city. The Sorosia club will hold its initial meeting Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Chas. Unthank of North 20th street. -55- The Ladies' Aid Society of the First M. E. Church will have a meeting this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Sun day school room. A pleasant surprise was given Wed nesday evening on Mrs. Claude Addle man at her homo on Pearl street. Twenty-eight were present and music and games were features of the evening. -: Mrs. Erie Reynolds of East Main : street .will be the hostess for a meet ing of the Athanea club this after-! noon. -' The Ladies' Aid Society of Grace M. E. church will have a special business meeting this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the church. All the members are urged to be present. The Coterie Thimble Club met yes terday at the home of Mrs. Aaron Shute, east of the city. The after noon was spent at needlework and a tuncheon was served. The next meet ing will be Thursday, Nov. 22. the Fifth Street Methodist church, the Rev. J. O. Campbell, officiating. . x . The Daughters of the American Rev olution will meet Saturday afternoon with Miss Clara Judson of South 13th street. ji 4& js. A "hard time" social will be given Saturday night by the Pocahontas Maumee Council in the Red Men's hall. All the members are urged to be present. ! 45- The Ladies' Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church will meet this af ternoon in the church parlors. The Lady Forresters of St. An drew's church gave a euchre party and dance Wednesday evening in the K. of C. club rooms. Cards were played at 24 tables, prizes being won by Miss Maggie Varjey and Mr. Gus Cook, Miss Florence Nuggenberg and Mr. Chas. Wessel. Tha Palladium gives a dollar eacn week for the est piece of news "tip ped off to It. Palladium Want Ads Pay. Miss Rhea Hutchinson entertained the members of a card club at her home in West Richmond last evening. Whist was played at two tables and prizes were awarded. After the games a three course luncheon was served. Mrs. James McNeill entertained the Occult Research Society yesterday aft ernoon at her home . on , South 13th street. An interesting paper on Jack son Davis was read by the hostess. After the meeting Mrs. McNeill, who will leave soon to spend the winter in California, was presented with a sterl- ng silver spoon bearing the club em blem, the lotus flower. The next meeting willl be with Mrs. Gertrude Hill of South ISth street, Thursday evening, Nov. 22. Dr. Caldwell of Dublin, will read a paper on "The New Psychology." at Mrs. Florence Lodwick will be the iostess for a meeting of the Tourists this evening at her home on North 10th street. Following is the pro gram : Scandinavia. The Viking Age Mrs. laryan Home Industries The Making of a Pi ano M.'. H. R. Robinson Mrs. Hewitt of West Richmond entertained the Esther Fay Eucher club vesterday afternoon. Cards were played at three tables and beautiful prizes were awarded. The members of the lu are Mesdames C. K. Barnes, ffrry Pfeififer, John Hewitt, Harmon WAierhake, George Snyder, Harry Chase. Wm. Martin. ' Walter Paulus, John Youngflesh, Mrs. Mary Clingenpiehl, and Miss Ruth Whier hake. - 4j -S Mr. Albert D." Handley and Miss Edith M. Miller, both well known young people of Richmond, were mar ried last evening at the parsonage of PERSONAL MENTION. L. P. Thompson of Cincinnati spent 3'esterday in the city. Mr.' and Mrs. L. M. White have re turned from New Castle. O. E. White of Cambridge was in the city on business yesterday. E. O. McLean of MansfieldOhio, was in the city yesterday. Miss Ruby Voss has returned from Mercer, O. Mrs. Henry Erk is visiting in Co lumbus, O. Mrs. George Williams is visiting friends in Cincinnati. Mrs. John Bayer is visitng in Cin cinnati. Mrs. L. N. Cox is the guest of friends in Union City. Mrs. Chas. .Mann of Lynn spent yesterday in the city. Mr. and Mrs. James McNeill will leave soon to spend the winter California. Miss Sallie Hall of Brazil, Ind., is" the guest of Mrs. Elmer Eggemeyer. William Dudley Foulke and family have left for a trip through the West. . D. L. Brookbank of Liberty was in the city ysterday. Mrs. C. W. Elmer is visiting in Cin cinnati. Mrs. H. C. Endsley of Hagerstown? is visiting in the city. J. M. Wescott has returned from Chicago. Mrs. John New of Dayton spent yesterday in the city. John Meyers of Kokomo was in the city on business yesterday. Mrs. Tom Turner of Indianapolis spent yesterday in the city. inj CAKPBELLSTOWN, OHIO. Campbellstown, O., Nov. la," (Spl.) Mr. William, Campbell and wife of this place and Frank Campbell and family of Eaton spent Sunday with Samuel Swisher and wife. Elmer McWhinney and wife enter tained Sunday, Daniel Crumbaker and family, Mrs. Kate Schiede and Miss Anna Schiede all of Eaton and Marcus McWhinney and wife of this place. J. W. Cooper and family entertain ed Sunday Mr. Harold Grundehofer, Opal, Mildred and Ralph Sullivan and Zelah Soam. Warner Williams and wife spent Sunday with relatives at Camden, O Joe Loan and wife spent Sunday with Christ Sching and wife. Mr. Roy Cooper and sister Bessie are spending a few days with their sister Mrs. James Jackson of New Paris, O. Rev. Williams filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday morning and evening. Frank Miller and family spent Sun day with Clarence McWhinney and family. Claude Cooper spent Sunday after noon with Harry Mettert. Mr. J. W, Kirkpatrick and family spent Sunday with relatives at Sug ar Valley. Several from here attended the funeral of Mr. John Shaffer of the State Line Friday. Harry Sullivan spent Sunday with Millas White of Sugar Valley. Mrs. O'Neal spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother Dr. Tobey of Pymont. Mr. J. M. Cooper made a business trip to Eaton Saturday. James Sullivan and wife and daugh ter, Gleta spent Sunday with John Brookleys of near Eaton. Mrs. I. W. Aydellotte and Mrs. Emory Swisher and sons Kenneth and Fred spent Thursday with Mrs. Mrs. Frank Miller and family. Oda Hill of West Alex spent Sun day with his parents Frank Hill and family. Mrs. VIrgie O'Hara and children, Helen and Mable spent Saturday andj Sunday with her parents P. C. Flora and "wife of West Florence. THE WISSLER-M'MATH WEDDING AT MILTON Milton, Ind., Nov. 15. (Spl.) Ben ton Wissler. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil lard Wissler, and Miss Helen McMath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Mc Math, of Abington, were married this 4 morning at 9:30 at the Milton M. E. parsonage, the Rev. A. R. Jones offi ciating. The brLte wore gray silk with hat to match. The young peo ple were attended by Misses Ina Wiss ler and Erma McMath, sisters of the MIDDLEB0R0. Middleblro, Nov. 15, (Spl.) Miss Edith Pyle visited Miss Izona Little over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Alexander en tertained Mrs. Lulu Clark, Frank and Yorkeittle at dinner on Sunday. Mr. R. O. Boydrom Mansfield, O , was here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Will -Wesler, will remain several days visiting relatives and friends. On Saturday afternoon several of Miss Winifred Little, friends met at her home in honor of her tenth birth day, she received a number of nice presents, the refreshments were pop corn and home made candy. Those present were Misses Mary McElroy, Halsin Reid, Cleoy Alexander, Olive and Ruth Boyd, Izora Little and Edith Pyle. Mr. Clarence Reid of Dublin, Ind., Sundayed at O. A. Boyd's. Mrs, Charles Clark and Mrs. Dora Little spent Tuesday at Howe Cook's in Richmond. Miss Anna Cook was in Richmond the first of the week visiting rehf tives. Mrs. fonV Little-of Westville, O., was here for a short stay with Mrs. M. B. Little. Mr. and Mrs. Lee C. Boyd were here last Thursday from Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Graham were here from Arcanum, O. calling on friends one day last week. MILTON. Milton, Ind.. Nov. 15. (Spl.) Harry North and family now occupy the Da vis property. on Ccnnersville street. contracting parties and Messrs. Paul j As therewas no preaching service Ferris and Clyde Leverton. After ; la town Sunday, the Christian Endeav the wedding they drove to the home cf jor held,t3 meeting at the evening the bride's parents, where a sumpt : churchhour. Roy Kimmel was the ous dinner was served. On Sunday ; leada and made an excellent talk on Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wissler will en-j thasubject, "Christ's Sorrows; How leriam witn a dinner party in tne;r ; tw Bore Them. There were i i soti r Women WhoBraveDeath for Social Honors In the midst of one of the most brilliant social func tions of the season, a noted society woman started suddenly from her chair with a scream of agony and fell insensible to the floor. A few hours later the distinguished physician told her anxious husband that she was suffering from an acute case of nervous prostration brought on by female trouble, and hinted at an operation. Fortunately a friend advised her to try Lydia E. Pinkhcm's Vegetable Compound ( The result was that she and to-dav is a well woman. , The derangement of the delicate female organism sets every nerve in the body quivering with pain. Headaches, backaches, torturing bearing down pains and dragging sensations make women nervous and hysterical. Dear Mrs. Pinkhah : I was troubled for elf ht years with irregularities which broke down my system and brought on extreme nervousness and hysteria. 1 could neither enjoy my meal3 nor sleep nights, became easily irritated and nervous and very despond ent. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound proved to be the only medicine which helped me. After taking the third bottle, rr.y general health began to improve. At th . end of the fifth month I was well and could attend to my household and social duties and enjoy life. Mrs. Chester Curry. 42 Saratoga Street, East Boston, Mass. Mrs. Curry, whose portrait appears on the right, Is the leader of the Ladies Symphony Orchestra. The following letter Is from Miss Goode, President of the Bryn Mawr Lawn Tennis Club of Chicago I Dear Mrs. Phtccham : I tried many different remedies to try to build up my system, which had become run down from loss of proper rest and unseasonable hours, but nothing seemed to help me. Moth-r Is a great advocate of Lydia Pinkham'a Vegetable" Compound for female troubles, having used it herself some years ago with great suc cess. - So I began to take it, and in less than a month I was able to be out of bed and out of doors, and in three months I was entirely well. Really I have never felt so strong and well as I have since. Miss Cora Goode, 355 C Chicago Ave., Chicago, UL, Mrs. Pinkham's advice is free to all. Her address Is Lynn, Mass Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fail Mrs. M. S. Barton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Canby at Richmond, Sunday. Mrs. Jeraldine Ball has returned from near Lewisville, where she was nursing an invalid. Mrs. James Lovejoy and daughter. Barbara, of Falmouth and Miss Em ma Keller of Bentonville, wefe at Jes se Moore's this week. Harry Hoshdur is in Jacksonville, Florida. Mike Paxson was at Hagerstown Saturday. Mrs. Lafe Cross returned Friday from Alexandria. Vern Bragg was home from Indian apolis Sunday. Elmo Higham spen Sunday at Brownsville. Rev. F. C. McCormick held three evangelistic services Sunday at Hart ford City. A singer from Fort Wayne assisted in the services. Mrs. Mc Cormick spent the day at Hartford City with her husband. There have been several accessions to the church. The sermons are attracting favorable commelit and the Hartford City papers publish each day extracts from them. Mrs. Ina Swipe, spent Sunday at her mother's, Mrs. Susan-ilson, south of town. Word has been received here of the death of Miss Martha Webb of Avon dale, Ohio. Miss Webb has frequently been the guest of the Misses Roberts and had a number of friends here. Miss Gingrich spent Sunday at Con- nersville. Mrs. Christopher Kerber was the guest of Miss Anna Reers at Richmond over Sunday. John North and wife will leave nextj week for St. Petersburg, ioriaa. to spend the winter. WHITEWATER. Whitewater, Lnd., Nov. 13. (Spl.) Rev. Ruley of Fountain uity, Degan a seroies of meetings at the M. E. church Tuesday evening. Mrs. "Bert Carman and family of Chester, were the guests or Mr. ana Mrs. Wm. Hiatt and family Saturday. Mr. Ira Addleman of Richmond spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. Roy King of Marysviile, lennes- see, is spending a few days with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. John Blose are contem plating a trip to Kansas. Rev. Earl Farmer ot hfutier conege. spent a few days with his parents last week. Mr. J. O. Hill has accepted a posi tion at Richmond. Miss Nettie Petery entertained her friend, Miss Gertie Alexander faun- day. Mr. Vergil Flatter of Hollandsburg, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baker over Sunday. Mr. Byron C. Robbins was here on business Wednesday. DR. J. L. M'CHERLY TO BE BURIED AT HAGERSTOWN New Castle, Ind., Nov. 15. (Spl.) -Dr. J. L. McCherly, forty-eight years old, a resident of the county and a phy sician for many years, is dead at his home in Sulphur Springs of Bright's disease. He was a member of the Knights ot Pythias and the Red and leaves a widow and three cl The body will be taken to Hawfatown tomorrow, where burial wlllre made in the Dunkard cemetery. Use artificial gas f yen. linren light and beat 10-tf Palladium Want Ads Pay. Bo You Think Fob9 YMPkM ? Or, Do You Open Your Mouth Like a Young: Bird and Oulp Down Whatever Food or Medicine May be Ojpred You ? 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