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Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - September 8, 1926, Sandusky, Ohio GOOD N EVENING THE WEATHER Showers Late Wednesday and Cooler TONIGHT Today's IS. Bead 1 2. NEWS SANDUSKY AND VICINITY fair opens with Authorities estimate per cent of children of school age coast guards draff for body of drowned at foot of m GENERAL NEWS Germany Js given permanent Seat in League of Nations Canton police v connected up with underworld in trial of Gov. Blaine defeats Sen. in Statement by prosecution in trial of Daugherty and MARRIAGE LICENSES Wesley J. 42, mason and and Martha J. 87, both of Walter A. 24, and Ruth E. 19, Jacob John 27, and Elizabeth Marie 22, both of Rev. V. J. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 828 a Tuesday i b FLASHES HONG Sept. 8-Seven British Bailors were killed and IS were It was announced today In Sunday's battle near Hankow Yangtze when British naval vessels engaged the of Wu Pel Commander of the British cruiser and two lieutenants were among the other officers were wounded and the remainder of the casualties Were enlisted PAUL N. Sept. 8 is entirely satisfied with of the Mexican government toward protection of American Uvea and property and contemplates no change In this government's his Spokesman said today after a conference with James R. ambassador to Sept. 8. - Colonel William will not be candidate far of it was definitely stated the convention that body ' Sept. 8-Martin B. president the East Ohio Gas died suddenly of heart trouble in office at 1 o'clock this Ohio Briefs A public to determine the cause of death of Ralph who died in prison Sunday after having been struck by Police Chief O. A. Maughner and Patrolman Thomas will be held tomorrow by Mayor J. The officers declared Strohmeyer resisted arrest and compelled Ao strike him with their night safety pin she swallowed death of Anna 2 year old of Mrs. Daniel Green ' YOUNGSTOWN School sessions hers have been lengthened from five hours to five hours and a half under a new plan announced by John J. of School will be from 8:45 a. m. to noon and from 1:15 p. m. until 3:30 p. Six men a 17 year old youth were arrested hers today in a raid in which police confiscated several cans of opium and six telegram received by L. manager of a local Ford from Edsel president of the Ford Motor company denies rumors that a or a will be Introduced by following a quarrel over a letter received from his former James B. 19. fired a bullet into his brain after seriously wounding bis 28, hott died almost while Mrs. Abbott is not expected to ' - ' mer congressman from will of the republican club hers next state board of clemency paroled 81 Ohio penitentiary it was announced The dates of pa. rw from Sept. 21 to of the Paroled prisoners are from Luces and Mahoning we man bad been paying to the wife of another resulted In an impromptu street duel here with Archie 40, and Newton % died from their W. honey ot the of fever have of SUPREME JOURNAL m FIFTY-NINTH 12 PAGES SEPTEMBER 8, 1926 DAILY 3 SATURDAY S CENTS GERMANY IS PERMANENT MEMBER LEAGUE COUN * * * * * * Canton Police Failed to Answer Emergency Locarno Peace Agreements Will Now Be Spain Prepares Note Resigning By HENRY Press Staff Sept. 8-Germany was admitted to the League of Nations today and immediately was elevated to permanent membership on the league The diplomatic equilibrium of Europe and the league thereby vastly At frequent Intervals during the eight yean since the close of the war Germany has been summoned before the bar of allied or other Justice to or to Germany may be expected to occupy a comfortable chair at International council tables and her representatives will speak and argue on a parity with the representatives not only of the nations which were neutral but those which opposed her during the Simultaneously with its action In creating a permanent council seat league assembly created three hew council thereby increasing of upper of the league from 10 to 14. There are now five council seats possessed by the British Japan and One other seat is being for the ' vote admitting league six The league council and the league assembly sought last to but the wrangling debits over permanent seats prevented desired With Germany's entry into the Europe hoped for the of a new era of tranquility upon Germany's admission depended the consummation of the famous agreements Locarno in which the statesmen of and Germany last autumn pledged their various countries to peace and - It appeared today that the league had gained Germany at the expense of Spain and both of countries demanded permanent council seats last March when it was proposed that Germany should be so Brazil has withdrawn from the league and Spain only awaited to Page 6. No. 1.) GOVERNOR MAKES URGENT PLEA FOR OHIO COAL MINES To Buy And Aid Unfortunate Miners And Sept. 8 - An urgent plea to Ohio citizens to buy Ohio mined coal was made today in a proclamation issued by Governor Vic call upon every man and woman in Ohio to please buy Ohio coal and buy It Donahey general prosperity of our great commonwealth cannot be permanent until Ohio's coal industry is coal the governor which stood second among the ' industries of the state a few years has been relegated Into a before in the history of Ohio has a great business suffered so rapid a he checked at once the ultimate result will be compete paralysis of our entire mining Nothing but the patriotic purchase of Ohio voal by Ohio coal can prevent the ultimate extinction of Ohio Donahey pointed and urged the to Page 6, No. 8) Dry b For life Sept. 8-Consta-ble Edgar the dry and hero of many battles with back country today fighting for his victim of his boast that he never drew a gun in any of hie raids unless forced to do so. as he Is known throughout the had been wounded ten times before hp wm shot down in a gun battle with Jos colored Mariner was alive hut hope held for a man pf medium with dark and Mask wag 4*f ON TRIAL Harry M. Daugherty Thomas Miller Opening Statement Made In Government Case Against Daugherty and BY E. W. Press Staff NEW Sept. government its first thrust today in Its effort to ' former Attorney General Harry M. Daugherty and former Alien Property Thomas W. Miller of conspiracy against its * United States Attorney Emory It. in a detailed opening statement the which will hear the charged that Richard E. Merton of came to this country in April 1921, and through the late Jesse laid improper means a foundation which possible the return to a Swiss concern allegedly controlled by 87,000,000 in assets of the American Metals the history of the Morton metal interests in Germany and the formation of the Swiss corporation under which alleged they operated after the charged that Merton came to New men stood in his way in his efforts to secure return of tbe 87,000,000 worth of - One of the men was he to Page I. No. MAYOR AND CHIEF WIN COURT FIGHT Sept. 8-Msyor John H. Patton and today when motion to ouster charges against them wag upheld by Judge Jay Paisley lu The two had bean pended on petition of of the local ministerial who accused Patton and garter of failure to enforce the was ChW Paisley ts on the they had not properly served with W. It Iter Where 27 Met Death Wisconsin Fight for Senatorial Nomination Is LaFollette Candidate Loses By J. E. Press Staff Sept. 8 - Senator Irvine and senior from today was trailing Governor John for the republican senatorial Blaine's nomination appeared H. A. chairman of Senator campaign in a statement to the United Press at today conceded the victory of Governor Blaine in the With 1JU precincts out of the state's 2,729 heard from at the vote In the senatorial race Blaine 159,889; Lenroot 145,837. In the gubernatorial the LaFollette machine suffered The nomination of Secretary of State Fred R. -ait over Herman L. attorney and LaFollette seemed Zimmerman from returns in 1,367 precincts had a lead of about 17,000. contests for either the senate or the Thomas McKearney is the senatorial candidate and Virgil is the only democratic always 1 Blaihe sufficient majority to put him in This was to Blaine's stand for beer and modification the prohibition laws as against plank for a state on The heavy German vote of the state is in Blaine has a lead in the county this picked up able margins in rural counties which heretofore has been considered ' race found Zimmerman leading from the The secretary of was an associate of the late Senator Robert M. but challenged the right of Blaine and Ekern to control the progressive strength of the The vote in the gubernatorial race to Page 6, No. 2.) MINOR G. NORTON DEATH IS SUDDEN 17. 8. Customs Collector In Cleveland District Two Days of Sept. 8.-r-Acute caused the death of Miner G. States customs at summer home at last following a two Norton will be hurled his home Friday had been prominent in politics for 40 having been law under Mayor Robert congressman from the 20th district and candidate mayor of Cleveland in 1815. He was born in 1857, and attended the normal school at Baldwin Mount at and Tale New Conn. A widow and two sons VOTING HEAVY IN GEORGIA PRIMARY Sept. I. - Clear and a vigorous campaign was to a large vote in the state democratic primary The worW court issue between senatorial aspirants was overshadowed by the contest among John highway George Cars O. and Br. L. G. Hardman for tbe gubernatorial Senator Welter world court was favored to defeat Justice Richard Russell of the state supreme court for the Russell the world court Iran in 1| Sept. 8-A 100 year old today was en a on a charge of celebrating her 1p Mrs. Kate iu told Judge Holmes In birthday | Both G. relief engineer and Harold from whom had Just taken the throttle were killed as the engine of the hurtled down an embank ment to this resting place in the Arkansas river In a statement blaming Hills for the Pre J. of the Denver A Rio Grande said rules of the road to striding speed on curves were not o FIVE MEM KILLED E JAILED IN TEXAS Feeling Runs High After Officers Caught in Cross against farther of violence taken following the ambush of five Mexicans and five officers near - here yesterday in which five men Twenty Mexicans were in today as a The occurred when the officers Jose and Cinco Gonzales and Matt Zaller to the place where Jose said guns used in the ot two officers night were Jose's accompanied the four prisoners in addition the five As the group men reared the patch of and trees where Jose said the guns were the - i the to walk Suddenly fire rattled from ^t be The officers dropped to ground and returned the v ' Caught between the the four prisoners and the cider were None of the were struck by but it was believed several of the ambush were All of the hidden gunmen of blood on the ground indicated some of them had been Leslie deputy and Louts were killed Sunday night in the Mexican to Page 6, 6.) MARTIAL LAW IS RAISED IN SPAIN 8-Spain emerged from four days of martial The decree suspending Sunday's imposition of martial law appeared in the official gazette King Alphonso and De Rivera imposed martial law on country during the weekend when disgruntled artillery officers sought to effect a The rising was put down with slight all the artillery garrisons submitting to tbe government that at two artillerymen were killed d two Rodeo Replaces Races As Fair Stock is Shown With an unusually good attendance for the opening the 192(1 fair got under way In the absence of harness horse the rodeo is the big amusement The fair will be open each with the rodeo and fireworks county Is on 4M>pla,y;:-DrBses; faricy work made sewing Mart Milan and The products of the clubs and a food display of the 4-H Food club are also on exhibition in The grange hall Is probably the most beautifully decorated of all the In the booths of the Huron and canned goods and baked stuffs are arranged in manner to attract the ' attention the In the adjoining geese and pigeons are ' Then in the tower end of the grounds awaited the 4-H Is on 4h STORES TO ' stores and other places of Including county and city offices Wilt be closed Thursday afternoon to permit to attend the It was announced following a Sandusky association board wonderful displays of are to the inspection Of the A great kinds of ap The Summer Season Is many choice locations such as this one are for FOR nicely rooms for private Also and Use ot All ern Turn to the on the Classified Want Ad Page for the dress this There you'll find W m of and W set the winter tbe Want to 28 FOR QUICK Ail TO HOLD MISSION FOR DEAF Services Will Be Conducted All Next Week At St. A mission for Catholic and Catholic deaf of the the first of its kind ever held will be in progress next week at St. Mary's The first service will be held on Sunday evening and each evening during the It is hoped to have Bishop 8. A. of the Toledo diocese attend the Closing i The mission is being sponsored by tbe local branch of the society which was formed here in is comprised of of the Mrs. Susan being president of the local of mission sermons will be given by the Rev. Father s. of Baltimore and will be in both the spoken and sign The are expected prove very interesting to all Catholics and because nature of the The Father 8. is in charge ot the deaf mutes of the and is local ' It is planned to organise an auxiliary of the society and a meeting for this purpose will be held Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock at The object of the auxiliary is to catholics cooperate with the and assist Such an auxiliary was formed la Toledo with * small number of charter members at there are more than boo 1'he of the auxiliary are not THREW HIS WIFE INTO SAY 0,, today searched for Nathan following wift who nearly and her * when Mrs. ranfo A V woman has band ift to One Fgi Minutes After Lengel On j Carl Studer editor rt world slush * meeting of Lengel fore Mellett shot t* revealed here gel's hearing dytt ' Sept. to Bak the pollee department with tta of Don R. was offered Chief testified i lice In night was 97 OF PUPILS BELIEVED NOW IN SCHOOLS Are To Capacity And More Expected To Enroll Later In The response ' was unusual | when 1 oral a. m Sandusky's public beyond jumped Tuesday from 189 over last to 100. The first school officials crowded uncomfortably and as there rooma that Into service grade will contain an average of pils far above that handled In present The enrollment of 4,tW for start of tbe school and which was far all was ndt even one school man tlw board could not have made more In other years when have been crowded new hired to care for the flow Tuesday J. Prout said that this would hp possible there were no the wen only of the population isl to .be attending are always a to CREDIT W. H. Cray WW Address M Luncheon ' wiU the 8opt*mb*r'lunoheoi the which held next Wednesday wmm retail board is nationally Known as The board lauded tea * these i wp mm to A man atom O Donald BODY 1 '
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