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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio IF' Section 1 to 10 IB-Pages LAST EDI THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOUR YEAR SAXDTTSKY OHIO iiiiDAY, JANUARY 20 1911 ENDORSE TAX FOR INCOMES Ohio Tenth State to Ap- prove Amendment. BUT FEW OPPOSED IT iBotfa Have Now Passed the Yojot to Provide Recall of Officials Introduced KUMBEB CLARK, SPEAKER, NOT TO NAME COMMITTEES THE WEATHER COLUMBUS, 0., Jan. Is now pledged to the income tax house having followed the senate yesterday in adopting the Yount resolution. There were but three negative votes in the by Jones of Franklin, Canfield of Fulton and McCormick of Gallia. Ohio is the tenth state to endorse the amendment. With both houses adjourned until Monday, most members aro looking forward to the hearing on the Dean bill. Some of the senators are of the opinion that the legislature dees not work assiduously enough and yes- terday when Senator Dean moved an adjournment to Monday evening there were many objections, led by Sena- tor Frazier, but on vote the motion carried by a vote of 17 to 13 Wayne Wheeler, of the Anti-Saloon league, charge" that the organization of an association of German-Amer- ican legislators is part of a plot to railroad the Dean bill through the as- sembly. JThere are 27 member, r-t -the new association. WTieeler sajs it was organized in Alaglev's which, he says, "is fitting." Before the house adjourned to Mon day, thirty bills were the following being the most impor tant of them: Harmon of Ashtabu'a requiring both man and woman to ap- pear In court when inplying for riage license; by Smith of Butler tafe- WOMAN MAY NOT TESTIFY Defense in the Schenk Case Nearly Concluded WHEELING, W. Va., Jan. WASHINGTON, Jan I to the program as g..neull; understood advance Clark, of Missouri, will be speaker of the nfxt house of representatives. He will uot name the comm'taes. i i At the big caucus last attend-! I ed by more ihan iOO Clark j was named tor speaker b> acclamation. Hon. CXsidr rnclenvoxl. of Ala-1 hama, was named for hamnan of the i and means cominiUe-1. A resjlu- i tion offered by Representative FiU-1 gei.ild that the speakii appoint the j commute was voted down, only 291 votes being cast for it. Thus the "pro-1 gretsives triumphed. An incident of caucus was the injecting of the presidential boom of Hainion In seconding the nomination of Clark for speaker. Rep- resentative .iinsbern of Ohij said: "I second the irmimation of Champ Clark for speaker on behalf of trr sixteen democratic members of the Ohio delegation and also remind >ou that in 1S12 the democrats of Ohio will present Gov. Harmon to the na- tion as '.heir candidate for president." It was a hold play which some did not lite, but it was applauded. The idea of carrying the quarrel that has split the Ohio delegation onto the floor of the general caucus was not entiiely abanrtoni'd until in the afternoon. Congressman Cox abandon- ed his notion of fighting for a place on the and means committee with the statement that yielded onlv through a desire not in any way to em- Ibairass Gov. Harmon. Every member of the Ohio delegation was here for the caucus. Haj, of Virginia, presided at the cau- cus, and Ashhrook. of Ohio, was secre- tary. Lloyd, of Missouri, named Champ Clark for speaker and there were nu- merous seconds. Accepting endorsement of the caucus dart with local 1 rains tonight or Saturday. Not 1 much chanpe in temperature. Temperature at 7 a. m. 32 de- greeb. 1 Temperature one ago ojt degrees. Sun rises Saturday at a. 1 m. and sets at 4-34 p. m. (stall- dard time. I Maximum wind for 24 hours ending at noon !5 miles southwest at Fridav morning. Insurance Head Suddenly Stricken ALL ARE SHOCKED Death of Paul Morton Al- most Tragic. STRICKEN IN A KOTEL spcaker, Formef Cabinet Member and President of Big Insurance Co. Found Uncon- scious in Hallway H s Errand Not Known. NEW YORK, Jan. death of Paul Morton, formci cabinet mem- ber and president of the Einitable Insurance society, last night, came as a shock today to all men in high fi- nancial circles and sincere giief was expressed on all sides. mirse was addicted to morphine, thus affecting the credibility of the witness. It was announced tin' detense that it would conclude its evidence by b'usin It was practically de- that Mrs. Schenk will not Ing recently added juris l.c'.c.i frn-n take the stand. the probate court in that count'-; ui the defense's first which we believe will promote prosperity of the whole country and new impetus to every leaitimab" ess undertakine within the broad quicker our plans are formulated and known the better for all concerned "Each member of the caucus should ton denning the -time- of service 1n -Br.-Osborm, tntUted earlier tfiat he oparts to servo o, beginning of actions and requiring the had examined John 0. Schenk after u our cuuncij attorney general to prepare an his wife's arrest and that m hli opln- Index to the general code; ov M'- ion the millionaire was not nifferinK Bour for the use of hiah pressure from either lead or arsenic poison biU water ftose on would-be lynchers who! from some maladv which the wit- try to break into jails instead of fire arms: by Bell of Stark to prevent dis- tribution of medicines from door to door: by Barthelmeh to reduce the school vear from 32 to 28 weeks; by Rolljnger making the onen seas for squfrrels from September IS to October 30. Friebolln of Cleveland offered h'9 ness, was unable to (Continued on Page Six.) FARMER ON TOP CURE FOR CANCER ICE HARVESTERS ARE STILL BUSY Lay Bros. Thursday afternoon com- head of the Equitable uas discussed "today and it was ag-eed he will be a Moigan man. Morsan is also pected to take advantage of the op- poitunily to complete his scheme ol mutualizing the Equitable. Ai rangements for the funeral were completed today Services will be held in the Moiton mansion on Fifth avenue tomonow morning, follower! by public services at St. Thomas' Episcopal chinch Inti'iment will be in cemetery Complete mysterj si ill surrounds tbe object of Mr. Morton's visit to the Hctel Sevmoui, where he was found Mrs. Kiernan, who asserted her hus- band was in Chicago. Morton left Batiitable offices at 3 o'clock and at 5 was found un- conscious Ij ing in n hall on the floor of the iiotel, which h; a fashionable place in a disieputabio part ot the city, frequented by people According to the management, Mv. Morton arrived there about 5 o'clock in the afternoon and without calling at the desk to announce him- self. btfpped at once into an elevator Dieted the work of harvesting ice. It is and ascended to the fifth floor. As thought thrtt within a few days the he stepped from the elevator into the Booth Pish company will also finish j fifth floor coriidor the elevator BUFFALO, M. Y., Jan. The New York state cancer lab- oratory announced today that its director, Dr. H. R, Gaylord, has discovered a vaccine cure for can- cer. One patient has already been cured and several others treated are recovering rapidly. are loading cars in the east end. cutting Work WTS Frirh morning running ice into the second the workmen are busily engaged filling Closed the door quicklj and .continued as other passengers were on the lift. Just what happened when Mr. Morton reached the fifth floor is not definitely known, liut ho is pup- RETURNS NO BILL; FREES 2 Grand Jury Ignored Most Interesting Cases BASEBALL OFT SKATES; CAN YOU BEAT THIS? 'Although practically isolated from the rest of the world for a- bout three months, the people of the Island do not let the storms of winter inteifere with their sjpoiLb. Fui jt Suiuia> afteinoon matinee on January 22, they have for a base ball game on skates on Ifie ice of.-old Lake Brie. J. S. Porter, a base ball fan from Ch.ittanooga. Tenn., who at present is at the island, and A. F. Elfers niil umpire the game. Prof. F. 11. Schardt who is ac- knowledged to be the best fancy skater m northern Ohio will also give an exhibition of fancy skating. I'. J. W. Oibeaiit who holds the ,-ecord for speed at the island will make an effort to break his own With favorable weather every one of the people ou the island will be on the ice to enjoy the events. The following is the line up for the game: P. Murphj, P. R. Brown C. J. R. Hamilton, Ib. D. Hamilton 2b A. Blatt. Sb. A. E. Sennish, F. Schardt, A. Fieckncr. E. Fischer, ss. if. rf. cf. M. Murp..y. Betzenheimer T. Lange. C. Lance. Betzenheimer. C. Fedderson. T. DuiKnan. A. McKelps. C. Gibeaut. GOLD PIECES FAIRLY DANGLE BEFORE EYES (Continued on Pige Six.) of High Prices SALARIED MAN IS HIT Tiller of The Soil, However, is Doing Very Well, Gaining Rewards and Not Being Called Upon For Mcch Greater Expenditures, oTAR-JOFRXAL HPREAU, Miinsev Building. WASHIXGTOX, D C, Jan "man with the hoe" i? doing mighty thank to a interesting report of the departtnom of agricultuie The department admits that the ln-j crease in the cost of living has struck the Falaiipfl ir.an a foul Mow below the helt that nearlv sent liim across the Imt no such condition pre- vails with the farmer In order to ascertnin the net efierr iifoii the farmei s of the of the incrensed prices of farm products, together v-ith the increased prices of to lur. ns to strike that show cx- aclb' how fhe farmers arc eo'fins bureau of the of cePt the fciiowmc letter of inn-.'.n to a Inrze! n'inbp' of i dealers doing b'iM-f "It is of this bureau to I obtn'n comrnrath'e prices of various! of eoneial in the iSnf) r.n-l in order Io ascertain j hov-- irtnrii prices or m of the] I it! vrr- "n-t v'M th? in two mcn-j such as vou Pr'ccs the two r'-oi'd b" for the of nrti- "f 'hat thej may be propcrlj com- tetlor bv Victor H OI'v-qtM of ihp bu'-piu, was h- a Of about frThtr- IVP art'flfte of hv farmrrs. ppnT'ns to Miiinrv wore tah-.i- ative prices of a number of ar- (Cofltinr.cd on Page 2) New Subscriptions, Not Votes, Count for the Ten Special Prizes Which Are to be Awarded Saturday- Fine Chance For All. RING WAS NOT STOLEB Proben Evidently Misiaiokti Reciived a S tit s Charge Milan Girl Against IhirlesRaff Aisr Not Sustained. In its final report Thursday af- ternoon, the grand jury, it de- velops, ignored the two cases which have aroused the mcst gen- eral interest. As a result, Charles Ruff, of this city, accjsed of an attempt to commit a cr-'ninat sault on Miss Rose Truett. of Milan, and Miss Pearl Stoker, charged with the larceny of a diamond ring, from Ernest Hain- zerling. a local barber, go free, as no indictments wera returned n- gainst them. A number of v. itnesses were sum- moned in both cf these ca-es. and a caiefu! examipaiien of the facts made. Both of the pirties involved were out on bond wnle their eases were being iniestigated by, the iranj jury. H was stated on good -airftority Thursdav afternoon 'hat the grand juiy voted not to return au indietmem against Charles Ruff. Testimony o! a sensational nature relatne to the alleged crime ghen before that body, it is de- claied. Nearly all time records for quick- ness in the administiation of justice in Erie count) ueie broken in Ruff case He was brought before Philip Dietrich, justice of the peace, Sunday, charged with committing offense Saturday night Suss 'duett gave testimony ia the preliminary- hearing Monday mina and Ruff was bound over to the giand jury. But fl.-e days elapsed from the bringing of the charge a- sairst the man. and the refusal of the grand jury to indkt him. Ruff was a happy man Friday. He declared [he charge did him a great in- justice and that it was unfounded. Unusual circumstances were also connected with the ignoring of thft iarceny charge against Miss Pearl Stoker, brought up in transcript from the court of JiOhS justice of peace. It was claimed that the flrl had kept company the young barber, and according to her story, he gave her a diamond ring valued at In the early part of October, he swore out a wan ant for her ar- lest. charging her with the theft ot the ring and she was bound over to the grand jurj. None of the seven secret ments returned by the grand Jury has yet been served, although action a- long this line is expected soon. It is believed that with the exception of the Ruff matter practically all the, cases considered came np to the grand juty on transcripts. Well, tomorrow ushers in Showet nf finld Pay in lain" contr'-f "D is going: to bring jov and gladness bright and shining five-dollar gold; pieces to some ten of the dear little! entrants in this record-breaking com-' and gladnes? and five-' 'lollar soifl to the fhe I in each of thr two in whose} names t'ir> number of new( "ubsrrint'ons nre turned into the con tept Do not or misron -triip thi" It is perfectly ''lain !ar sold to of in wr-nso fir- her oT ppiv in p.nd p motile to 2 writ is "Metric1 N" "t-ut v-ho hnvp tr-p vii--> 1 TIITP her of ot01 -i i i" h p will hivp i'o j'i; voting oertiPcafs U the invariable certitudes you may the Fust no'p- of the contest or may vote ihe rare pro- grosses, jur-t whatever you ri iv see' fir Absolutely no information he riven out from the mutest department as to low many sibscnptions it re-, quired for to uin your five dollar, sold niece, nor Wll any information' bo as to tin lensth of voiir. snbccnniions. In Monday's paper, their- will jinpenr the simple announce-! ment of the names of the ten winners, (his and nothing more The very (Coi'.Mrjw 1 en Piee TOLEDO, 0., Jan. W. Knight. 90, tie last survivor of twelve members who with George Williams organized the T. M. C. A. in England, died at the home of Ms son Pr F w Knight, near Por- ohia GIRL GOES FREE GIVES MORE MILLIONS por fn- BULLETIN Y10HK. .'.'ii Andrew w toJuy inn re u'H be Curpsi-' in WashiuT- jTt i ton. -i erind i] DM i-nc in -n GALIOX O Jan citv w will he
unpaid. The and Ohio railroad Thur.-sdaj afternoon a check for the fuK amount of the s, ditch as- inrt pei.alfies levied agalntt the corporation The tender of a cheek for everything the ditch and penaltin was refuwd by the trPHSiirfliVftMlMYo flroelw K was of dM offer would prevent'the county frow coliett-'Di; the rest of the amount 1 If Uxes had not paid, law. If this Action I no; brwrht the railroad to nnatter would have cone to
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