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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST Guaranteed Circulation 5226 THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOUR TEAK OHIO WEIGHS DAY, JATUARY II SIX ARE MISSING INRUINS Hrt. Destroys Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce BANQUETERS ESCAPED Supposed Viet ms Were O'fice Men or Employes of Ba Idinj -Explosions A dej Spread of Fiamts, CINCINNATI, 0, Jar bodies are believed to be buried in the ruins of the half millions dollar Chamber of Commerce building Are which started here last night Sixteen firemen and spectators were injured The mi'smg nun are Chailes s Sibbold secretai} of Eail} ft Daniels Co grain dealers Brent Maishali of Covmgton Ken tu kv vice piesident of the same inm Hany I eslie negio poiter Leslie Buchanan 17 employed b the Lnion Grim Has Co Fied Selm night engineer Christ Mieuts night flieman The fire which gained great head was marked bj two violent ex plosions probabl} from gas whicl Injuied a number of firemen and de propert} m the immediate vicmit) of the fire All tho missing men were known to have been in the building at thi time the fire started and have no been s em-since Fire Chref-Archi bald "declared this morning that 1( would he seveial davs before ruins will have cooled sufficiently to allow a thoiough search for the bod les Two banquets were in progress in the building when the flre broke out and about 200 peisons were endanger ed but escaped without injury The flre started at a few minutes after S o clock The cook m the Bus Jness Men s club which is the pi eminent commercial body of this city that it started m the kitch en on the seventeenth flooi anrl that all of the build ig was engulfed In ihe flames befoie ten minutes Ihe banquet of the Accident Un flerwriteis, association of Cincinnati being held on the same floor and distinguished rasurince men from all parts of this count} were gathered thero President Isaac Bloom of this association savs that all the men at the banquet escaped and that the} all out of the building before thc fi e engines got theie In the basement of the building an ether banquet of the End Bus club at which the 125 membeis and fifteen women were present w-s being held All of these rot out safolv thougi the people who Trere last m the crowd were caught MacVeagh Resigned? GRIND IS STARTED All Legislative Preliminar- ies Lisposed of. NUMBER 8O Coming This Way FOME8ENE IS SENATOR Committee! of Both Senate and House Annonnc-d-Welch, ofOttawu, Head "Wet" Temperance ttte. up and swept fulli flftv feet bj caught by the falling roof the COLUMBUS 0 Jin the formal announcement in a joint session al noon todav of the election i of 4tlee Pomerene as United State senator and the announcement of McKEESPOnr oa ,fnatt committees picumin cording to a dispatch leceived here an matteis for the legislative odaj from unq.uestion.il le author sion have been dispo ed of An ad journment has taken until next Monda; In his speech of acceptance Senator Pomejene stated that he stood for di lect elec ion of senators a pei nan eat tariff comm ssion and the im provenient of inland waterways An miiortant change In the house committees the complete list of which was given out bv Speaker Vinmg the substitution of Smith Welch o! Ottawa county a first termer as chair man of the tempererance committee in place of Cowan of Putnam The committee Is ov erwhelmlngh wet but Wheeler of the 4nti Saloon league says a test of strength m the house will be welocme-I When Senatoi Dean presented his list nf standing committees, cnair itv in Washington secietarv of Tieasurj MacVeaghs itsignation has aheadj been accepted bs the prtsi dent and Mjron r Heirick of Cleve and O will succeed him MacVeagh s resignation is due it is said to his decision that he cannoi demand cunenc} reform as long as benatoi Aldneh excicises more pow er than a cabinet officei OFFENSE ISJJDED State's Expert Makes Tell- ing Admissions POISON IN MEDIOINE Dr. Hupp. Declared Mrs. Schenk -fog Him She Desired Her Husband' Death But Admits She Suggested Nurse. HEELING W Va Jan 11 Th defense in the tnal of Mrs Laur Schenk charged wit poisoning her husband, John 0 Schenk millionaire packer gamed uimbei of valuable points todai in he cioss examination of Dr Frank Hupp the states chief medical ex ert who attended Schenk during hi llness It was brought out bj J P 0 Bnen ttornej for the defense that Mrs chenk was the first to suggest urse for her husband that she wa 1 as the result of caring foi him and CONNECTICUT TO HAVE PROGRESSIVE SENATOR HARTFORD Conn Jan n a vote of 113 to 64 Geo.se Phclps Me Lean won the nomination for United States senatoi OICT Senator Morgan G Bulkelev the incumbent at the caucus of the lepublicans of the state legHattire McLean Forecast Snow tonight Thursdav fair snows and Colder with a cold wave Temperature at 7 a m 50 de grecs Tempeiature one vear ago 23 degiees Sun rises Thursdav at 6 5 a m and sets at 4 24 p m (stand ard time Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon todaj 22 miles southwest at 9 32 Thursday evening that one medicine prescribed bj Dr Hupp for him contained lead and ar seme and was administered in regu lar doses "Mrs Schenk was considerablj pleased with the piogiess of 'he amination and did considerable coaching of her attornev On direct examination Dr Hupp declared Mrs Schenk had told him sre desired her husband E death He said she told him her life had been that of a slave While Di Hupp was not allowed to tell dnecth what the two nuises told him b" gave evidence indicat ing that then testimony will be a seveie as his own Miss Kline the rroseuitoi openlj states will testifv hat Mis Schenk offeied her to give Mr Schenk a poisoned pill that would absolu elv and swiftlj cause bis deith AMHBRST O Ian 11 Because Theodore Klove was fined and costs and sentenced to six months in jail for abusm" his wife who caught him spending his nionev in a slot ma chine m -i s loon Marsh il Miller has oideied out slot gambling machines OHIOANS IN SQUABBLE MAY LOSE PLACE ON COMMITTEE CHANCE FOR ANDERSON 1 WASHINGTON Tan is' possible the Ohio democrat c del egation which has been ov i its representation on tnc wavs and moans c" ma} together on Carl as 1 a onpiomise candidate The delecation is split m factions he twefii Cox and Denver and And 1 erson ma} bo he haimonj choice Anderson is a candid ite for ohan 1 man of the invalid pensions coil mittoo but would accept j. place 1 on wavs and means Repie entative Denver has not an nouncod his candidacv for the position the matter sta ids ho is the chosen Candida e of a clique of Ohio timbers, cons sti" of Representatives Ash I brook S crwood and of the nev cone essmen oleot Donvor is oppbspi! to the selection of Cox for the com m fee ard wh le he s mskins no ef I fort to secure the pseien-nent for nlm self ard in (a t has declared that he is foi nlaoe on Ihe and means committee he is willing lo take tho assitnn ent if it s ofercd to h m rather t an let the Dav ton mem bor have it Tho nosition of Represen Itativc Denver in ho matter was do ifmol n Rerreient1' ive one of his irost ardent supporters m man of the committee to prepaie them Senatoi Stockwell objected and voted No on their adoption but he voted alone He would onl) sa} he did not like them is chairman of the federal re lations committee and lailroads and :elegiaphs committee He is also on he finance committee the biggest one )f all the judiciary though not a awyer the laboi committee the prison committee the public works committee and the temperance com mittee The senate committee chairman ships are apportioned as follows Agriculture Grav of Holmes banks and savings societies McGuire of Tus carawas benevolent Institutions Crawford of Carroll claims Purmg ton of Columbiana colleges and uni versifies, G Deaton of Lucas com mercial corporations, Dittmer of Henry common schools Tount of Darke county affairs, Cahill of Preb le drainage and irrigation Wa' kins of Liqking enrollment (joint committee) Andrews of Lawrence fees and salaries Fmnefroek of Mar ion federal relations Dean of San dusky finance Shaffer of Paulding fish culture and game Bader of Ham ilton. geological survey S S Deaton of Champaign industrial schools Haas of Delaware insurance Stock well of Cus ahoga Judiciary I E Huff man of Butler labor of Cii} ahoga Tod of Mahonmg manufactures and commerce McDon aid of Ashtabula medical colleges and societies Holdren of Fayette militarv affairs Yount of Darke mines and mining Green of Coshoc ton municipal affairs Cetone of Mont gomerv prison and prison reforms Piazier of Richland privileges and elections Huffman of Butler public printing S S Deaton of Champaign public works Krause of Cuyahoga STANDARD OIL IS BROUGHT TO BAR Begins Fight lor its Life in Highest Court. NOW REAL WORK'S BEGUNJOR PRIZES With Over Five Hnndred Entries the Star-Journal's Con- test is the Most Notable Ever Undertaken Here-An Avalanche of Votes made the first announcement of the baby contest which fuet with public approval All the Star Journal asks anv contestant parent or fripnd to do is to gather coupons and send or mail them to this office Each one counts twentj five votes and and advantage, as those of distnct No 2 and it is ui to them tn take advantage of those op portumtiea If vju love jour bab} dear mothei and the little lad b name appears i the list of contestants do something n I to help the to win If the gold la not an incentive the honoi sluuld he There five hundred babies j that is slonW he lov railroads and telegraphs Dean of San dusky roads and highwajs Hudson of Scioto rules, Green of Coshocton rules (joint) Green of Coshocton sanitary t diers and sailors' Hamilton soldiers "Kuhl and sailors ritory including rural routes comprise the second district The first prize of baby that )hans home Doster of Highland state raildmgs Kuhl of Hamilton taxation temperance McKee Dore of Seneca of Noble Flood of Bills The flood gate was raised just a ittle in the house vesterdav aftei loon and before it was dropped 41 bills "ere rushed m Among tbe-n he following are of general interest Kvans ot Cujahoga countj provid ng for non partisan election of judg es Sawicki of the same county mtro Sliced a similar bill Mr Lvans also ntroduced in 8 hour bill for women s abor Another bill bv the same mem icr provides pensions for school cus odians and janl ors Representative introduced his bill of last ses ion for a commission to build i worn ens prison Sawicki introduced one equinng auto drivers who run people [own to stop whether requested to o so or not Huber of Defiance in roduced one requiring to be Hire Onh one weed seed to 2000 is lermissable A fine of from to 200 is provided Crist of Delaware landed in one exempting townships nd villages from the primarv election aw Winters of Erie re imroduced bill bringing heads nto court as witness Turner of the grand prizes of flve hundred ami whole b.ignt e> c ab} h fif v dollars m -old Three of these I world of contentment and ,ov o piizes must go to one district and whose smiling Sue causes the three to another There are two dis I to overlook the childish cannees an tinct districts The city of Sanduskv love on the 1 onl n an comprises the first All the outside ter able rt be seen the iolte in district No 1 have AIDS COLLEGE BOY BANDIT STAR JOURNAL BUREAU Munsev Building P C Jan sir on HC is nv no means a candidate of the Imted State, in attei iqiiahhle over the selection o' an Ohio w 11 take it to keep harmonv if It There were representatives i lemocratic congressman for the wavs is offered to him of practicalh everv importan tnd means committee of tho hmico ie _ i 1L_ _ words I will sav for Denver per oMlh that ne not want po it on He is hv no means a candidate (Continued on Pace Three FOR TARIFF COMMISSION WASHINGTON Tan 11 an nml convention of the National Tariff Commission Association o enod th. morning at the Columbia Theatre with over 700 delegates fiom all of the I nited States in attendance i t com accumulate the largest numboi of votes hole families have signified an intention of taking up the woik and it is with that everlasting lovo and prld m the babv togethei with tho apprt I ciation ot some ono nominating the 'little tot that cansos then to bo on tho job coupons Do not be distoungid Though toda} mav he da} of sor row tomoirow will he a time ot aim shine How much of an effort are von matt- ing toward winning tho to roi] ire that a lit evtra effort al this wh n tho fiold is not literalh tovcrort with vvoikors and whon vour friends, lave net boon bpsn" i en Ihusia tic nnthd, ind fiiond n th nton st of somo partu ihi i itn m land vou a winner in this mutest Do not give this matter several riav do liberation if voi oxpoct or Intend do ing for votir babv whom Arguments Are Being Submitted in Governments Biggest "Trust Busting" Case. DICK PLANS TO BEAT BURTON? WASHINGTON DC Jan 11 The fact that Senator Dick soon to be retired to prnate life, is holdinf MUCH AT STAKE With the arguments in the To bacco trust case completed the Standard Oil case upon the deci sionm which the very existence of the oil trust and many other great trusts depends was taken up in the supreme court, with three new justices on the bench one of whom had previously ruled again-t the Standard There is uncertainty as to the possible judgment up certim post office appointment! ta taken as an indication here that he la lavina ropes fo a campaign to .ucceed Senator Burton when the lat- er s term expires s said to be- that Bui ton mil have much op- osiuun WHINGTON DC Tin It The Standard Oil companv in New Ro-k Ml-, holclms com began us figrt foi lite be 'a e the supieme court of tl 11 el -fates pleaded not guiltv to the ?ov ?rnments charge of being the most colossal monopolv ir the eountrv and :hrouga costl} legal ipure entatnes ;nteied into the final battle for pre servption of its oo-poidte oxisten e The aisument m the Standard Oil todav is the ctil nma ion of a ong and hard fought leeal battlo It marks the submission to tho highest comt of the biggest trust busting evei undertaken bv the govern nent and one thit has boon waged n the highest priced legal talent ob ainable H is am ed at the dissolu ion of the most gigantic octopus of he business and industrial world ind peisonallv names the worlds ikh man It has been all things con sidered piobabh the most costlv hti gallon in which the government has ever been involved Gen cial vAickersham m his argument on he same case last vear before the cotrt declaied it as his opinion that hit standard Oil suit was piobahlj he most important ever befoie the supreme court Additional interest centers m the aigument begun todav v reason o he fact that Justice Willis Van De .antei one of President Tafts re ,ent appointees to tie highest bench paiticipated a judge of the 8th ciicuit court in a decision agaisst the rust Heietofore a justice of the ourt vho is called upon to sit In an ippeal of case tiled befoie him in lowei court has refiamed rom participation in the review but n the case of Justice Van Devanter COLLECT ON_LOTS First Suits Filed by Bnsl- ness Men's Ass'n. ARE TO FOLLOW Allegation Made Tbat all Terms Awf Cond t ODS of Con net HITI Beet Carried Dilinquwti The first suits of the Buiinea Men s association to compel scnbers for more than 400 lots to make good were commenced In the common pleas court Wednes- 3 day afternoon Attorneys Guerm Ritter filed the petitions against Maria Milan, George Arend and Albert C Close Other suiti arc to he started Thursday number of the subscribers had held out have now come in and- settled said Attorney Ritter V nesdav The prospects are good__ manv moic such settlements so It if not likelv that the numbei of will be as Iirge as was first In he suit against Maria Mllaiv which is tvpical (ue petition sets ioftif the purposes of the Business Men s sociation. and gives a cop> of thft. agreement ot the lot subscribers Ma< ria Milan is alleged to have subscribed; for one lot The petition continues i On the 5th day of Januarv 1910, it was decided b} t' was aeciuea 0} me plaintiff that a sttK was Piesident Tafts desire that had been sold. j-I v laud subscnbed for to cairy out tha if v "86S lowtions of said agreej, evs John G M 'Lurn of New Yoik ment entered into bv and between 1 1 nd John G Johnson of Phil idelphia D i ich trustee for the Sandiiak the (Continued on page S) O Tan 11 lutlee Hoover dismissed the h ihr s corpus p oceedinc broueht In Ren F P pistor of the fust Baptist church wl snishj t g n his libei v from IP inarut no in which the boird rt heal h ph ed mm INDEPLNDKNCf kin Ian 11 The bond of A 0 Ti isi et alleged to have shot ar 1 1 illed I D S NCI h wcaitlu oil n in of I mil 0 i Canev Kan last was raised to from here re seeking to con ei in the dav nd half of aigument allotted to then ncltide a consmiacv alleged to have id Its conception in 1870 a growth ito sieantic piopoitions fed by 11 rebate fosteied bi unfair com etition and made almost impieg able thiough domination of the mar ct Thev must piove to the comt to ?euie levers i] of tho decision of the jwei tribunal that this giovvlh h s ton the result of i dimiv bus less acumen that the toinbin ition interests was not i trust foi evi id that at present the Standard Oil impan} does not coutiol the oil bus ess__________ Igamst their arguments rnnk B elloga special assistant to the at inel gcneial and Utornov General itkersham will i elate an amazing 01 v of high fiuani-e market man ula'ion and oppiession of compel ors Killogg who will make the nnm gume-lt for tho goveinmont has i counsel in the two suits insti i h the coxernment aga nst the andaid Oil comianv He has boon rl ing lo the downfill c tho Standard since eailv in lir t as the govoin-ronts niait tav in 1 fmHus f'9 001000 suit ,L1 nst o-is anflrft4 Oil o npinv tf i d a e (t he Miiisulnn n noia its of I ue t or N o i inv id since Novcmbe in the on? suit Hs 1 nov 1 ef the 01 pai v and i s biisinc is nioio ex than that if an one out ide if r a n Atto nev Centra! ham hi 1 tn vvoiling 01 th< armni t which he will present to tho court evor jnct ill in tho r il hi b on quot f I as ing tl at he intends it to be (Continued or iuess Mens association and C IV ttatkms and that the flrst instalF ment on the subscriptions for lota be d i and m able on the 2ath dav of )a an 1910 notice of the aforesa'3 pu (Pdings had bv tr plaintiff was -hci to the and each al of the s bsciibQrs for lots Sunset quern to slid oth dav of Innuarv 1910, am1 reiving upon the afjresaid sub- sei ii t on of the fondant and of other sub mbeis plaintiff purchas d tracts of the ume for distribution foi the subscribers to thft a-ric nent 1-or HI fore set for'h that plaintiff iniurrod liabilities and evpnnded lai-e suns of monej in lo- urns mrt istnal ontorpin's and man- nfutmies m said citv in advertising an i bv circulating valuable and useful relative to city of duskv and its business interests and in doinjr ill such things as w re con ssont with the objoe s and purnoses of iiamtiff Plaintiff fiith i trfvs that it has kept ami performed all and singular the (ontlitiins and jgie- ments bj It ta he dono and nerfonned bv the sub- oantMn cmfact "before set forth an 1 said aeiemont made and tired into hv i id h 'ween J J trtistop foi the inci skv Mons is ooiatnn fii tl C B 'VVatklns th it i niw due p vablo and Wendant an 1 ref i es TP same TV at or for judgment- fo in and in ere t from Jan 2? n itkm-, contrut is attached to petition lid made a part of it S Cal Jan 11 bo to nf iep-esentatives of the loMsatmo ?ive a n ajoritv for Judge lohi D for I nited States sen- 10 o" 0 'Snuldmc bv a votB f {-i 16 This en ures 'Works i r SOLLOWAY AGE PENSION BILL PASSED BY HOUSE Tan 11 Altf jiefonpfl T itra sht do'lir measure the of rhe Sul JDr. NORWALK BLAZE DESTROYS INTER-STATE ICE CO. PLANT age pension hill m the house late vesterda w-, ieilh a victory foC- nan Carl C and Re ire entatno nxon of forced the s ocial rule which enabled; the consideration of the bill bin- add about to the rolls S oaker Cannon spoke In Sehalf the measure Cems-ressmen Dilzell ind lonsworth opposed it the pica of economv The passage of the hill wat___ tain bv demwratte vo'es L_ members from Ohio i northern states wMefc 'Datable political gronndi rears hence the speaker MB to on tact SP4PFR1 SP4PFR1   

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