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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               Guaranteed Circulation 5226 LAST EDIf THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOUR YEAR OHIO MOXDA1, JAriTARY Ifi FAIL TO CONFUSE WITNESS ._____ Detective Nnrse Gruelled on The Stand. HER STORT DNSHAKEN Admitted She Lied to and Spiel on Mrs Schenk, This Being Fart of Her Busr Bist -Another Sensation to Come. WHEELING, w va.jan 16 Tn what was conceded to be a desperate effort to belittle the ef feet of the testimony of "Mrs the mysterious detective nurse in the Schenk poisoning case, she was today subjected to a terrific gruelling on tbe witness stand by Attorney Boyce, for the defense who accused her of be ing a "liar and a 'spy, in her erforts to trap Mrs Schenk in the alleged poisoning plot Mis Klein however smilingly ad milted that she had both lied and spied that being pail of her business as a detective In spite of the sc vere treatment received at Bov ce hands Mis Klein remained unshaken Th her tebtimonv and with her b.mi ing demeanor had the better of tha tin oughout Mrs Klein detectn e nurse was again called to the stand when the trial was resumed this morning She testified to a row in the hospital be twcen Mrs husband 'when thev were left alone m the room "Witness said that Mrs Schenk had told her on the night of her arrest when she p etended to reproach the defendant for getting ner (Mrs Kleir) into this trouble to lie out of it keep quiet and everv thing will be al right Mrs Klein told the prosecn tor that she had no animos itj toward the prisoner Attorney Bovce for the defense then began a hard sarcas ic unrelent ing cross examination wi'h which be hoped to break down some of the wit nesss evidence or at least leave a unfavorable impression of her on th jury When charged with conspiring a gainst Mrs Schenk and liemg to he Mrs Klein onlv smiled and san 'jes" She hecime neivous for tht, first time when she was required to go into her peisonal history and when she admitted she had been divorced When asked if bhe had been dischaig ed flora a department store in P tts burg because she -was alleged to have been intoxicated Mrs Klein denied the allegation Tverj attempt of the defense up to recess at noon to tangle Mrs Klein or otherwise disci edit her was spoile IS ACCUSED OP BETRAYING TRUST DRAFTING MEASURE Public Utilities Bill Con- forms to Pledges NUMBER PREVENT UNf-AiR RATES Control of all Utilities to be In Hands of Railroad Char- El boadie Fund to "tfets." WANTED fflS_PAY Because He Was "Put He Started Fire W DIANA DIVORCEE, WHO SHOT YOUTH AND THEN HERSELF IS SINKING CONCESSION IS MADE I MBl SO n 16 Th Inteiestmg levMations concerning Wmteis, McGufe public u ih IP bill Hem; I nited Stattb Rene is> bins; drafted toe11 for presmt i tentative m Alexico lie iionubed bv tiou to the Ie0slatuie ami will carrv Dr J Mwaid Rucklev of Chic igo if the stne demo u j latfi n the senate committee on foreis at pledee rfnd nl ice ill pu lie. i tilmts fans m him a heir toip noons, unclei coiliol of h ins lailioad tomiiussion Dr Buckles charges that he vv is' The bill vull pi event u ifin ntts disconrteouslv Heated and put 11 110 eitv n tht tax di dor Wilson and was lefused informa plicdte at 100 ce us on the dollar nl lion conceinmg the registiation of provides, for home rue in tin tin foreign phvsit ans in Mexico He franchi Cb also alleges that the ambassador re The first ipgula, dav fo, the mtro fused to ad to Americans who- of bills m the i-gislatine Narwaik Man, Bert Parker, Admits Thai He Applied Match to Inter- Sta e Ice Co. Building, Caus ag B R Loss weie jailed without canst 01 d e s of 'aw TO ATTEMPT COMPROMISE Democrats-Hope-ioJkxa Ohioan On Big Com- mittee. WASHINGTON D C Jan 16 'here is a strong probabilitv that the emociatic membeis ot the Ohio delt sation vv ill hold a c metis next ednes iv the daj betoie the teneial house auctib m a effoit to ,et together be tod iv when the i oils s mca m joint session at o o ilook A bill fo the pjm men of n cen tial boaid for he con rol of all bti L institutions t is pectcd to go in along with Inmdieds of othei less importani bills The utilities and cen ral board bills aie two of the most impoiti.nl ad TO 'SHOWER SHTABUM 0 GOVERNOR Jan 1C are laid to shower On Hai mon with telegianis fiom all over the state asl ing that ht use ms m fiuence to compel hear 1 iP8s> on the Dean bill winch pio- vides for independent local option foi municipalities Iwo blind ed sich ti 'egrams have alieady been filed heie Suenil IT stai Jou n! v.i K 0 I m Cipuir h IP v tidu ii n on within at i h h id tu nt I to iht nt 11 it I I' rl I c f 1 th s mo ning th it IP b 11 ti t vvl ch bu ltd iht jlin ot tie liu i state Ice  i w is tr> d thu he i mu-t wai uitil th p ilav n I abut a wcel He the i tlnei encd to I b rn th" ite rinse I n t sdid he went to the pl tt bint I o clock in S left' HeVe'r T 1 SERIOUS ASSAULT CHARGE Charles Raff, Sandaskian, is Arrested SENSATION AT MILAH Miss Rcsa Trnstt, S ck and Alone m Allied to Have Bed At- Falher to Prosecute. n llv with vvh 11 vv f 1 u single nntth staitPd a hUzt m a nil Mrs, Storv in an Incilanopilu, hotel last lmntd tho "iron hei tlf is not tcted to IP u e Poeh P1 had dtceived her ommittee No change in the line and Denver factions lace and each ahsolutel lefuses give wav to the other but the influenc up of the has taken bv her erer smiling demeanor anc adroit The prosecution it is declared call to the stand a prominent vouni; man to show that Mrs Schenk hac secured poison This may be the big sensation Such a blow would be a staggerm; one to the defense of course It i said that gieat influence is being 'brought to bear to allow the vonn man to escape going on the stand He !s reported to be a scion of one of the most prominent and wealthiest fami lies of Wheeling1 whose members aie Imploring the prosecution not to call him wrtn But mi portance of his evidence is apparent 'We have proved her motive we have proved her opportumtv we have eliminated everv one else and now we are going to show her with the poison actuallv m hei bands said cutor Handlan That ought to cnn Tince anj jmj that ever s-t in a liox" It appears likelv that the defense 'Kill begin its efforts to save Mrs Bchenk from a long pn on teim about Wednesdav He are lust as confident as ib thn prosecutor san Attornev Joesph OBnen alter a long conference with his client e will put Mrs Schenk upon the stand on her own behalf and she will tell a stoiv that will mike more of an impression than anv thin- that his vet ajn-iied She wif swear that the poisor was administer ed anothei foi the sole ptupoe of having her arrested and displaced I aura Schenk innocent be proved innocent of outbide democrats who think Ohio should be represented on the comnn tee despite the dissension in the dele gation from that state mai have th' effect of leading to a cominomise "Who the compromise candidate would he is a question Audeison and Shaip have been mentioned The general house caucus follow ing the love-feast at Biltimoie Tue- m both the senate and house to ex pedite action Senator Dore will I handle tbe senate end of the central 1'" ird bill on both sides of the as e considenns a plan to 010 tect ihe work of all probe conm it J lets jihich may be-ap'ointed; The-e have been suggestions of prolonging the fusion to escape the upieaie court decisio i that a legis lame committee is wi'hout authontj after sine die adjournment This might force the piobeis to cease woik befoie completing their hou'e clean it would be verj evpensive to maintain the gieat bodj dav will be of great interest and im portance The Raltimo'-e meeting will be oe rJi tensihlj a celebration of Tackson-, tne emploveb dunpg lossible weeks bnthdav though delaved a vvetk the event In leahtv it will be gatheung of the 1-ifei men of Hie partv from all parts of the cotmtiv with a purpose to if possible blunders that put the partv ou of power when it has had its vions chances Amor.'? the speakeis will IP of piactical maotivih When all woik of the piesent ses speakeis will IP Ino Oov elect "a sion is eleaied up a lecess probablv will le taken until some definite bom on Dec 31 1912 The final meetlne wouli be within a few hours of the expn ition of the terms of the n em bers Theie would be no chance for business hefoie sine die idiourn _ >ss of men! except to leceive repoits of thf Harmon of Oh... ___..... Massachu etts former Senator Dlack i investigating committees bum of Kentic-t speUei to he of this plan will peinnt legula- v.ork (hamp Clark" of Missom i I mtel to be hastened pl event for two sears States Senator Shiveh of Indiana Icouit inteiferen e with invebtigations Staes Senator railev of save monev and avoid a session next -J winte Sensational charges tl at a huse cor uiption fund is being raised to sup port tl e bill v ere made bv uavne B s oenntendent of Texas and man elect M_tn Littleton of New loik Gov Wilson cinnot be prese it because of a nre vious engagement and William Jen nmgs Brv an will not be there Vai ton reasons have been given foi Mr ans absence Thuisdav m Washington a cane ed cruftuence that the be bought with li uu. ,Je Dollgin of all the bouse dcmociats leelectej gave warning and of tbe nevvlv elected hmiso .1, _ __ .r and of the nevvlv elected house demo ciats will be held The announced puipose of the caucus will be thQ elet tion of democrat c members of i vvavs and means committee for tbe sixtv second congiess that will expose the deal if "Walter Patteison aainman ar sled Sundav fo intoxication was Incd Mondaj m majors court can or monev but orgamzitioa senator or lepiesentatiii sells o t The fiist plash mav come over the assignment tonieht In ano her 'atenent ft pie served notice that he v in demand a lublic healing in the senate on the Dean bill to exempt municipalities of Iui in aDout tne ceiitei and then skipped Pailti disappearel the miming at f r the fne til me with him i levolver to hi brotl.t The latter wantel the "-mi so wen to he po ic r3 was advised to sweat o it a war taut Innd-ntalh In rientionert lo viavor that the m ssing bio her had thipitened ti bum the pe h mse Mav or at one- gaie th- infor mat in to Assistant Imp Mughal L H Smith of was set for the man in cities ami towns Tie the offic r low ever until he came here Simdav ifterne-in The file raustd i 1 s o' about "On It hi been al'e-ed that he is i ifserter fro-n the armv FIFTY DOLLARS IN GOLD FOR BABIES to the Ten Making Best Subscription Now For Real Hustling WANTS RIVER IMPROVEMENT WASHINGTON D C Tan 16 Repiebentative Ansbein of the De district will speak before the conmittee on rne because the gland babj con test now conducted bv The S'a lournal uno the manigcmtm of C L Owen rcis an HHHioii'1i i i.-1 tus but to give it an added bring H into the attempting to cnmi- M sb T-iett ot M ap w ib a'one in her home ii 11 n1 ueas n gat RiilT Df tiii c v was arres ed 1 iv ever n, ai 1 placed in jail H- 1-1 i s ultv vhea arra gned be- 1 ibti p It ti ph and w boand to he s n  st w ti cnlv witness m P t tt re 1 as to cir- ll "-ir ii i g affair and rt( c ai d t i she had just recovered jfi-ni n attack of vphoid fever t' g and rv ia m oe'sion at P i nit is pi -ibable that it w 11 i ie the ci fui] Deport cf tbi t s pxpetted at tne latter end Of tl-r1 WPek rllt al m caused prtn sa on in Milan wbeie the parties are well known Ruff was formerlv em- plo ed is eng neer at ths brewery heie to the storv to'd In Milai ofic ais Puff called fo see Miss True t it he hor-e irdav evening It i? eaH >-e aci been drinking some e'f wis n the house Pfi'I wa ill o (hi she eo ltd not admit he n in h is that he ap enl mV tfie hoise and ther, tbe voung woman af- nc ii he was choked a-1 hi i seel and t 's alleged assanlte-i. Ruff then escaped soon as menbpr, of the famtlr jetliner ncnie and heard what hnil Innened the ilarn wip given nnil r ais 1 ere we'e notified fifher of tie voi-> woman MwaH t M hn hllt i but to give ,t an added vh.ph ,t will (lke redouble, e forts o l P he new s annou-ced totlav that theie will I the part of the otheis to d slodge t 'the r t) M Consteble Ebn- spread in Milan -f take Five hies re the followm, con nlhr, in gold fo eich five ba dmg in Ilatnc No 1 a eore e m m is and hatbo s shoit whose nines In e: mimlioi ol new bv Iv on the Mainnee rivei pioject foi which an appro] uatitn was drittcl in the house nveis and hiibois bill Tbe appromiation was made for ths hie deepening of the ch mne! aad the To ported that the ippiopuitlon should! Sa rdav sext onlv be made for worl is fai as Here is a cnance foi Peirjsbuig has requesteJ that a survev be made from Fort to Toledo the whole lengf of the i iv ei and he -vill speak oa m-Mt aril icaliziag that the nan I- sue of this rice is subscriptions snoiild beid eve v pffo.it 'ovsul ,et rnitons shall be tmntd in tug in as main as it is i ossible hv next tins Snttid v "ei fm nan, the number of new subscription ,o the 7ou" who is abr it 2 I is boipe in TheiP i m Ph vears of is wpn know" T Milan Hni excellent reputation, s mpnhv for her o e c mne aad the To nam e gieies numer of new ledo harbor but the local re si X-nptions sh ill be turned in bv "Pa ort il n d.a eh n !s I" pielimmarv eri n h 8 d m this gi eat i IC( for f in e am smnhrn tn -1 S- tune a cbmce to son e ten a "ot "e P' ln BOILER E07ST, TWO ARE DEAD :lns later lab es to the front in this competit on e Of otes nothing ehe pos- bl rouM v e cei tuicaie MARIETTA O ONE BODY RECOVERED FROM THE FIRE RJINS TINCINN4TI 0 o Tie bod> of Bient Maisn dent of the Gaily n 1 Giam font) inns of the Ca i of Commeice flre This is t e n s M) ]ecoleiei so far am? w i it fram? the surch or the d fi e was lesumed with eric if (Contmted on P Seven) COLLAPSE OF FOOD TRDST WILL SEND PRICES DOWN I THE WEATHER Forecast Snow tonight Tie dav wirmei TtFsdav Ttmjeiatuie at 7 a m lo de grc-ps ine vp ir 27 dt grees bun rise TUP clav i l and set at 4 0 p m standard M ixinnini wind ]TI t ho us e d n i nPin and a m Ictntial ic gon announce tne'wmners on Uonda, next nu nist ,ke th ncm testmana.'eL fo, t those mav be entitled Tin, "c ml into voi r posses llcl tod'1 Jar men iiioi'ier badl huit when n bo'ler in a. "nt c ,f -tout the Ore op lo with 01 lomted out is among those most ai (hls mannp of the fortunate al et of ones the advan'qge to m 'on J kiio ung j ist vou be incal ul-ble It e rannot too forcibly hiirir to voin attention Ih -itat honors which will Cjme to the bal les who w n tho e six, cnl on this rominc Saturcnv night noi can w too fore bh e n )h the aistntt advaitpges v'ctor Tlrma [ole g svvuds burst Tb" dead will public inteiest on voiir lit TO NAME ONE DAY Complete Census Count in Few Hours Planned. Explosion In Tunnel------------ CHICvTP II J i work men we e fitallv injined and twelve badlv b ir todiv ra an explos- ion i a tu irel whic1 is bamg baiit inde Laic Mi Insan as a water sun ph Th explosion occurmd vrhei canv with it The honors to be P1 c CF ti e wi hu i h dclen p ece derived trom this little rac-e for the of dviiami'0 caie esslv left in a crev- s ictil prices will le to the hon I Ice bis pit 01 of winun" tie ni-d r ?r vhich are to 1 e the contest Fill OF StPSCRIP TIONo Tl RNFn IN BY THI IN RS i NOT HP MVDF PI CM, nib N or THI to le di'lribmtd at the end o MAYOR WHITLOCK (Contiuiita on P ge J) AS TOLrDO Ian ic condition of Mavrr Pianfl h stricken wi'h ippeiadtio v, is veij favor- 111 10 v I i-Hhoire t an operation-" vili not It ncccs an a f i "I -mlrs northwest at 1 3d Sin dav ev ennu willj A BUSINESS CHANGE Spec'al to tl-e Star lournal PORT CLINTON O Tin liven firm knowr ,s AIcRitclne and chcese and llltl Quisno has been dissolved Mr Qms mu h as flle veils no having sold Ins inteies'to Mr f i t o it Hvde who has been running the Hvde on "le CHICAGO 111 Ian 16-Th it the I bv retailer to keep prices up to an so tailed food titibt poilap ed 'jbnor i a] level bv small s, opk and that a big in puces will follow is asoeited he e Millions of prunds of cold stoiaei bi tiei eggs to lo v fsures and sellm, hem the public ai the old l gh Tuet rommi si0p n rn failed ln the we el- as a resul n i said of liven Mr Qinsno win go on Ine r'fl ed at whatever p ires thev Adolph Hcpfmger farm about foin b miles west of town and Mr Hop'ini.er I bin o wlo' ilc will move h s familv to town and for] om 1 is t 11 n the present ocrtipv the Qui no home I el nrj ro llpt later hi will tmld a fine hon-e on i I it; p ib dit Fourth street The new liven firm will be knovva as McRitclne Hvde dun t it the of prints fo it and I l n as rot tc its of ihp co'd to i e wire1 i tan b" pit 01 the Thev claim thlt an a te it is made CANTON WHO FLEES FROM FOE BALLINGER AFFAIR'S PUT SQUARELY UP TO SENATE WASHINGTON Tan lid LS Df1 on Ballmger afiair Senatoi Purcell of Nirlh Dakota memb r of the Balltngei P ncho m committte tida intro- duced a ie ilution declaring S cretpn of thp Intei n lialllngor to be an nn faithful suvant -vho be reta in offic Tl e wn ie mat ter is pit sqi -ioh up to t ie s nate hv Purrells IPS lump and It will he fo It to detide tht i nocenco of jc s me cf it as 'inldiag gieat qtinmties of 1 utter oh irco ding "based at an average HIP to IK- nrown of cent'! poiiid inn now arc Tliesi a e to be sac i 'o unihet f i 11 i ban .1 or 2S cents a pou d the whole sadc prii s ot bit er nd eg s Irr witnr IIP t few en, then h is pt bee i no de 1 i e ml the i 1 pi pp V o en tap p il is tht rrrer is 'ileh to b fel net keenh Iv "Id or men of Ch PISO tht i Ii vil' f n i anv of he uipci ant shi mit- CentTs of the e and middle foi dam prodj ts. it is rop to i rtisc-nahle fisuie as turlevs Ee p md tow sorts e n eetel to he on p ch t'p en igb for man taole The collapse has been due to uptural ran es The p psent trout of the eoid to pcpj e have Ven broi bl a bou n their own m in pi la'iois it he expen e of the public I ive jears ago a laige nimber tnem to ?e to in r me or Kss agree irents and lo pit artificial fire Ii will m-ke a strenuous fight to pas0 the i on but it thought tha he will find sun wbv the resolution should no ho hsht is cxpcc cd and it wil prices on bu 'er eggs theea" fowls md shoild r I nger givt s ne nf tbe semto-0 a thance to kfn evrvt ing else that could bt ia cold s orage Thev were able tl, aive then opm on ou the investigation to do this bv the p ethod of itH s aw Jie adnnnistrau >n just i tin- wine tacv stand on tht Bal mjcr at "Ii en 1 1 orl cr It Icoi ed Mopiin a if plum will! be completed in i few dd s f( i taking oi d iinmit pil census s> that IK voil will on he under i AI vo I hi i oi ten 1 w th Sptit a t H er cf n tus Ss Men s bomtitr lni ?ls> i raigtcl to il up tl t n iltei with ne o h i in m c o 1 bo d of c i ul hei onfpitnte miv b< lit 1 m tie t in nn; It was about set Irl il it the tfiisus e Irel b vol n t it, ke c, ill th 10 tl< vvhc I e m I tilt CHICAGO JCT. HAS BUT FEW 'PHONES; BOYCOTT EFFECTIVE i ft vi u in c i it i 1 c 1 i g tbr _ n NATION n Th ph t is withi t st todaj i the i i it. rot whlfli bprmp ef ve Mtuida I if The i itpo e in it 11 in.li i t t e v i s l t i i w s 01 i rl ih e i s i SI I r il f i. C for 5 i a 1 u s a? i "e hi le f en he ml lice should a s i u Iv n e'lstri  t laisors living m the rural dig- t c s So ne would not wn until tbe 1 fh md  se it at r ited tipit and answei no iti as all SUIVIOP s posltiTelx to ciast at this hour New pompanv to he organ Iv Full par icu ars soon That he ogie was tlotslv k 15 evidenced br tUe instruments hinttMf an the tion.es in his >ofaj F A Ktiapp prtvMtnt ot telephone ktrt wn" a ennftrem-e with i nnttpe but tlw ____ their ult'matua, hud wttta MM) .._______ tht wttk UA, SPAPFRf   

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