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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               Guaranteed Circulation 5226 LAST BWTR- THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY -FOUR TEAK OHIO TUESDAY, JA1TAEY 10 191L KUMBER 79 SAY MACHINE HAS SHOWN DICTATION BUYING MORE RICE ______ MANILA Jan here were still further perturbed today when it as learned that the Japanese government had placed its second tJOMOten der for r ce with gro vers ir Bjrmln The orier wi i n the last or three days is looked uoon here J WAIT TO Big Surprises in Vining's Announcement. COMUITTEE CHAIRMEN Black Tnrnid Down for Held of Finance Givei Two Im- portant While Big Cltiei art "Paiid Up." POMERENE'S ELECTED COLUMBUS, 0, Jan Pomerene, sworn In yesterday as lieutenant governor, was today elected United States senator from Ohio without necessitating a joint session In the senate, Pomerene receiv ed the entire 19 democratic votes and in the house he received also the vote of every democrat, total ing 67 The election will be form ally announced at a joint meeting Wednesday The republicans split up their votes, Senator Dick securing com paratlvely few while the greater part were scattered among a half dozen "favorite sons" -COLUMBUS, announcement by Speaker Vining of the house committee chairman ships has caused a great stir a mong the legislators The ciarge is made today that the machine men controlled the selections al though it was said but two days ago that the list had been submit ted to Governor Harmon for his approval Representative Winters, o' Erie county is made chairman ot two of the most important and codes This is especially distress ing to the Cmahoga county delegation Tvhich wat> given but scant recognittoa Of more general interest wab the turn down of Arthur P Black of Ash land county for chairman of the fl nance committee Forirer Represents live Bense of Ottawa las resigned es chairman of the finance committee in order to give Black the chance to become thoroughly acquainted with the work. Black was named with the Idea that be would become chairman If to the house, this jear BIG CITIES IGNORED Ben Allen writes in the Cleve 1 land Flam Dealer What seenungl> Is more extraor dmary however is the fact that four largest cities In Ohio namely Cleveland Cincinn Ui Col and Toledo were ignored 1 in the chairmanship not alone of the cities committee but of the other committees which in the ordinary course of events will have 1 the handling of all bills of pecu liar importance to the large cen ters of population Ci rus B Win ters of Erie will be the chairman of the cities committee The reason for this appointment is not explained He lues in a city of than 2o "COO This appointment appaientlj was dictated b> some other than the motive of efflcienov because of the fact that W inters further wis given the chairmanslvp of the rx- tremelj important committee on codes >AYS LAWO.K.'S PARCELS POST Representative Almdock of Kansas has asked congress to detei nine whether the present postal 1 iws do not the goveinment the t to institute a parcels poM without a cific law It depends on the c'e-fimuoti of the wold p-icket It wia dennen as a sign that Jajan is prepar ing definitely for war t Many Adams Co. Vcte-Scl- ASSAILS lers in Court TOTAL FX EEDS OHIO VOTE SE1OJSK HIS PINE IN ADAMS CO COURT. Attorney for Mrs. Schenk Tells of Enmity Charges of i g New Appear in i Br wi an) Hird n Couoties -Affa r D scussed at Wash ngtrn. RINIS AT CONSPIRICY Says M'liionar "s Family to H s Wife and Tried to Separate TVm Approved by ths Defend ant. in 1891 as a packige op letteis If it ieilh means packages then the eminent can begin at once compet- ing with the expiess companies VESSELS GO DOWN Seventeen Drowned oft Mas- sachusetts Coast. LIFE SAVERS FAILED tt Va Jan women i  Lau a larnhwith Stheul ihiig ed with attcraptm to imndoi hei hus band Jchn 0 Scienl mi'lionane packer M giUng him on opened ind up to non thiee of the witn ses hid mt.d Two ot them weie djci-ois who told of the deployment of Schenk s ill ness and how it 1 d to the subpec mg of h b wife exam nation of witnesses will take at leabt a. week accoidi if, to foi both sides Since the selection of the 1urv and tbe opening sta emeuts of counsel piognass has been rapid For tbe most pan the jmoib aie ail married men Not one of these did the defense accept mtil I FRAUD PROOF BALLOT SENATOR ATTACKS LORIMER 1 V s Jin 10 1 10 t uan w of d irn e th e 10 1 t lobe 3t 1 mo i O i" t i r the oV le In o n i o the n 1 1 oof ba lo i n n Ive 11 go to o r 1 IT t! e i u is if i i nn 01 >on i uid 1 t 1 n t1! it mon aid to i duct FH i i se hi co ipon bil'ot d.i i ienc.iI foi elec lion fi i Din n s b illM IMS tried hei? la t elect on and fhe im ntor clums that it cannct be beiten Crawford Says Election Reeks With Corruption. RFAPY TO OUST HIM WEST lAION Jl" The total numbe- of confec3ior in the elect 10 i probe up to tad it cied 141 and mam more weie to see Judge Bl i tms moraine The fines so fai co'lected will otal 000 The grand iun which convenes to morrow v 111 rcria n in session onl> im til Fndav when it Kill be un til lanuan the jiobe w the final lap of besm Charges Vcte Selling O Jan sedition Hto photo one of tbe hundreds of Adam-, counts Ohio men i IMIU bis fim loi selling his e bioits of men tme been dio'ran chised foi i penod of AREYOU WORKING FOR A_FAVORITF? With Thousands of Votes Being; Cast in the Star-Journ- al's Great Prize Contest, Fame and Fortune Await Some Vote Oiler Soon Expires Bitter Denudation of Men and Metktdi of Which, it is Declared, Illinois Mai Had Second Gun m Bat- tle. C ei rv peison soiling for a babj mi tongue that we might hear hure as 3tai Jomiul content is earning much rs we -.peik This, is might-, A Message to G do uoik uua Hon "ell md jour final re- tiit efiolt Dmiel Rovan hus a message i mandments philosophy Dou t up tor anything Rt riemb i the man g ve-a up anvthmg when once he tu s we Ik on all of tne Ten Com Mis Schenk gave her nod of approval Hell do she sometimes whispered Hei glance of appraisal was swift and if theie was any feminine indL tJsion about hei it is not manifest Tht defense thus far indicated is that m case an investigation is made spiung here when. citi-en mad" tor Garcia so new hei c wijun the I YOU ait wo line ind looking f the elnige throagh a loc il news aiiel that votes were bought n Hardm counh at the recent elec ion The ne s of Cub! issued bv Pieldel Me slices md if vou iceted in 0111 K nlev and how well he coined ir and ondonoi vou will luu gmifd a vie how he g nee1 fame is toij will vvoith woil ns foi name of the eit is beuu kept se jjnown everj where civilization if cret hv the newspaper but it is said' fnr the neht man Con Schenk is the victim of a he will willmgh tcatlfj before a grand jurv Three Crews Battled With High Seis But Wtre Swept Back and Could Net Reach Doomed Meg. PROVINCBTOWN Mass Jan 10 men weie diowned in a vvieck of three barges in tow of ihe Reading Railtoad Lvkens todav according to officers of the three life saving ciews that made an heroic fight to reach them Thev declare there were 17 men on one baige and five on each of the othei two The baiges Tieuerttm Loibin and Pine Hill loaded with coil veie be ing towed up the coast from Philadel phia when the towng h wser paited and the baigcs adllft The Tre averton and Coihin foundered befoie help could jreach them The Pine Hill was thrown on a bai neu Peak ed Hill Life saving ciews tried for hours to launth then  nothing but loini up to w M 1 tht top Competi ion is ver> i and keen towaid the hot torn The hardest atrnsgle m the WASHINGTON, Jan claring that he stood ready and willing to vote for the resolution wnich declared Wm Lortmer not duly and legally elected to the United States senate fro-n Illinois Senator Crawford of South OaKo- ta today fired the second gun in a speech against the majority report of the senate committee "white- washing Lonmer of obtaining his seat by bribery Senator Owen opened the fight yesterday in a speech to oust Lorimer Ciaiuoid for borne time and vva> lutlei n his denouncement ot the nun an1 the which he c ai d wtie vvitlmit doubt coiruptly u d to ootam the seat m he senate foi Lo'imef The w'tole affair reeks with ruptlon said The lestl- before the investi- gating committee in behalf of Lonmer fal d in its prrpose and on- (v tends to conhim the proof that Mr. I nnmer w is nt lawfulh elected Vnlt- td Sti o-, senator I believ that Ixinmer Knew that fraud w is going on in connection with his oltitior continued Crawford Ht the acts of nis> henchmen md accepted the result of their cor- lupt practices charactetized Lee 0 Neil Browne and r hite with the scat rial b ui me and also attack- ed the others onnecti d with the elec- b ginning The outlet of lite is the tion 01 Loiimei biggest tnal The 'tail takes more time than the race I PEARY Go in the Fight to Win If vou Know that nothing will He Wanted To Be Only Whits vou-uothing ean -top vou So long Man To Reach as the spirt ot Bghi is in Jou jou e Jan like a throbbing soon as before the sub-committee of tbe naval jou can be belted to oppoitunitj affairs committee of the today jotne sine to dine things which has undtr consideration All reillj big men cined their form of rewaid for his discoVery Com- a> with then own hands and with maiider Robert B Ptarv discoverer oC their own brains and with then own the North Pole subjected to a. most i itr cate cross examination con-s ducted m t Representatives Rob- erts of Misaaehusetts and Macon ot who ire opposed to con- gressional rewaid de Md not take a white miii with him on his dash tc pok Peaiy I have demoted nn life to- the dis- 1 of tbe pole and had undergone which I hope no man In thia llon wl' exiierlencf3 under tht i did not fcei that i is otled upon to diude the honor with nnn on Pigc Thiee) CAN'TSLEEP IN HIS HOME Privilege Withdrawn From Vermilion Man Because of Conduct. FOR! He was the ranking member of the ft committee Ho was punished however it is asserted because of hlo activity on behilf of Poracn nc foi s n ator and his refusal to crook the knee toW I aidothtis th dcfp-it ed managers of the P U atonal campaign of dot has been mmert foi fimnco ohair man He is a reictiona wn d jffe not attempt to conceal his position b t glories In it He was pirtinlaih   all over the countn here ird cise an authoritiine n fluence in straich nn? OIK the ung les and adjustine; the diff renres be tween the in the u ous state> m order that the part% 12 enter the campaign in the right vr of flgntint? trim Their idea is that -the national chairman should be some ee Ulei- to Philip H Rikor of Vt-imi ion pei in salon to m (MS own luu e i f lan chule-j S R d (.oiniiim pleis jtuUc. Hdipfl this i i 1 tte ift UK n Uns ut on 'Y SPANISH MINERS KILLED BY ROOF'S FALL M Sp un Jan 10 mm ia Kil d hj the fall of a not of a mini, it Cabtio I rdiales to (it I1 nir lit hut been re- i H is honed that somt may fetiil bt Uivc un i the debris t i ken u t F i or hi' ife Pestmoii} of of to tht ffe t th u Bakn li id bt u diunk of w eK is le toi ihe ILUOH ot tht couit Tht injunction ful id 01 i? In In id c i i tlie pi cm is iPin'-nfff b th t >u t I be Foinur hei i-, f Hie (ise t' e jtu e de i u d to s u B U ct in ot1! r chute 10 s whether he bin selt 1 not 1 -v il1 t tinip It s tl -it th t nn IL ions U t I hi i f i i T enng hi i n bo ISP f r som THE WEATHER roucist cloudiness and wirm i tonuht Wtdnesdaj i im or tnd calder Temper tture at 7 a m 2b de 1 gt lomptriti IP ont >ear ago 8 de- Sun ts it s 4 _ at 6 55 and (central standard M ixnmim nd ve'ocitv for 24 lum n i no i todat 12 mil s noithweat it 12 27 Monday- ifternoon REPORT RECEIVED; ED FOR NEW YEAR G. 0. P. CHAIRK one o t ide of l-K r-h "et re lini at ons m thr I of a ahint t c i e f n nt to tk ioi nster f tal Hitrhcic l onal hairn ir 11 Business Men's Association Trustees and Officers Chos- en at Annual Meeting in Preparation tor Another Year's Work. NEW TRUSTEES non i an r il artirr cha tall of I in national in ics m a m i I pen and is fio most ncgi ve it ible the iiemhers of the P lonal comm net- who favor it imrr a e re ard those not oliclm connected with the committee who aru hell nc m the the sen i nent is now fon" 'or a middle west ern man for the chi. nnnship John of has been dioiied and is no longer cans lerod po-sihilitv There a growins; !m that for geographical and oth er reasons it would be be t to take (Continued on 7) i 1 Daurli G hr H Wol II T v Tan t in n i tnilfr F P >l i, II V, IT. R K Kim-. I W D C I etd R in H K ill am I i H iiiaet r In I n Van I ink P Ohlcr aihei lohn Kerber F J 1 Pi J Duich 1 i 1 1 Cl ti s o d f Ro-ino V Schw hr St-cre ar> C HausT than U fie adjou-md annual meeting ot the o' in B Von ocia ion at the com houso tieniiu a b a d of tridtifj, e fet- ed as th-1 first strp ouiniw hon fo- another s work Later the rna di piesent w rt w irn in and offiiii. wie eifcted The execu- c nnnttfv will be named tater i Imnora t miturs w rt einsid- 1 r i ir not ma i public tht i U Ida te not i! M mi. s nn et oj, a i ine-enntion of more h rfq 1 1 1 per cent of the V M 01 torh i i was submitted n n tm n tim of oul of ti Heretofore li, i cl hi-, onsielnl of ii m rnber hut th extcitne (.onnuttet decided that b- the smaller nu itier m thi t to qu rum Tht one were choMl ts in 'KHt d Hiu submitted hli port tM tv association Is n excellent wl h a b mk balance nd as ets more ttan sufflctnt to ori'% had feat that 431 lot nk- sinter havi ffJlMl to If thtse. their word anil contracts i non cou'd up deals wilk t 431 lot make ild awK tput tv.. SPAPFRf (ContUued en   

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