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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               Section I 18-Pagcs Today-IB LAST THE SAN DUSKY STAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FOUR YEAR OHIO JAFUAEY ion MJMBEBftl HARMON BLOCKS ACTION? Report That Influence May Kill Dean Bill. SEE MUCH AT STAKE FAMOUS SKIPPER DEAD 4 SOUTH HAMPTON' Jan 24 Capt Charles Barr famous skip pei who sailed the vachts RMi ance and Columbia when thev defended b cup died suddenlv here todav TEN MILLS TAX LIMIT Law Most be Enacted Or Extra Session Will be Called. teideri Slid to Pnfir Defirrtif Ac two Btcusi of Danger tt Governor tai Firty IB the Future. COLUMBUS, O, Jan dications have come to light that Governor Harmon's influence is at work on the house side of the leg Iclature against the Dean bill Only that can prevent the passage of the foill and if the bill ts hung up In the lower house the fact be credited to this cause It will pass the senate by a two thirds vote. They are trying hard to make against the Dean bill said Rev Lor enz the representative from Clarke county but they will never move me They are saving now that I have no right to use the 'Rev' before my name because I have not now a charge 1 a physician retires from practice is he no longer called a doctor' In the old country the Lutherans as well as and the Catholics are teaching temperance not total ab stinence, as they would have us do here But supposing they are right i seems a queer way to do to hang a man before him That 3 what some of the opponents of the Dean law are doing with me A democratic house leader slat ed that many big democrats both and out ot the legislature have de cided the party cant afford to go on record as ths wet party in Ohio These democrats are close to Gov Harmon and Harmon is running for president Wo caot afford to do anything will embarrass the governor Ills friends are saying The governor himself as usual isn t taking the populace Into his confl denee. But it is noticeable that ne gets what he wants without doing so If Ohio didn't have a candidate for the democratic nomination for presi dent, the Dean bill would go through the house easily Now strong pres sure is exerted on many wet repre sentatives to turn, them against the bill The hearing before the senate com- mittee last night was marked by bit terness There were groans hisses and applause The governor and the democratic party were threatened with political destruction bv speakers from both sides Responsibil itv for the Newark not and Zanesville dvnamite outrage were laid by side at the doors of the opposition Homer Duraad of Cincinnati secretaiy of the Ohio Per sonal Liberty League piedicted that lawlessness would continue in both towns as long as the Rose county op tion law remains untouched The clash was one of the ugliest of Ihe many bitter meetings before leg Islators considering quor measures The appeal to the 'drvs to be on hand early was heeded Long before the meeting opened available inch of public space in the senate chamber was packed b> opponents of Ihe Daan bill Only the small space Itnln tne railing enclosing" sen stars' desk -was reserved Speakers members of the legislature and guests of senators weie admitted to this section The wets had a big and active delegation practicallj all members of which were seated with members of the senate as their guests Before Chairman McKee of the temperance committee rapped for order the en trance doors were closed and guarded oy husky sergeants at arms who barred all fuither admission Hun tireds were turned awav the state house rotunda being thionged with the overflow The first demind of the drvs was that more time be given to the Dean measure in the senate This res ilted in a cnange of plans The tempennce committee deferred u t' tomoiiow its meeting The bill v 11 be report ed to the senate on A edncFdij and made a special older to Tuesday of next week There will be no fnithei prelimman debate or consideration no amendments The drvs presented nine speali (Continued on Page Six COLL'MBljS Jan The lature must enact one per cent tax limit or it will come back m bpecial fot that purpose 1 his ultimatum of Uoi Harmon was made known to the leglslatuie Several of the legisltors v ish the to permit some modification but he is opposed to it do not believe such a law without modifier tion would be i success Repiesentauve W T 11 111 tioduce todaj t ix rate bill It will provide that the amount of taxes raised in shall not be gieit er than was raised in 1909 m am case plus 10 per cent and this slnll in elude both sinking fund and interest which are excluded the law The rate is not to exceed one per cent and not be eien that much if a lower rate will pioduce the amount of taxes raised in 1909 The administration utilities bill is being prepaied Representative Winters of Fne and Senator McGuue The later was called to his home list Br-r-r! Wouldn't it Make You Shivei? week bv the illness ol his wife and UuJ two have had no chance to collaborate on the measure BO that It will be late in the week when it la dropped in Arrangements will be made for heawng the contest of Cm cmnati democratic candidate for house seats held by republicans Attoi ne> s for both sides will appear before the special contest committee headed bj Price Russell of Wasne A thorough probe which will pose the machine methods in some of the worst Cincinnati wards 13 at sured MINERS' HEAD KNOCKED OUT HAVE GOOD PLACE FOR THE COLONEL MORE CASES REPORTED I p to n ght 24 cases 01 had n lepjited to rieilth Ofhcei Ho ei as it> in United m an article on mother Snte then foui moie ti es hetn r  government in hands of the people In the west this demand had grown to large proper tions ind it is bound to sweep countn it the next election ICiused Defendant to Break ting OJds Favor Disagreement in Case EnJ. THE WEATHER Foiecast Fan and warmei to night ednesdaj fai Tempeiature at 7 a m de grees Temperatuie one year ago todav 26 degrees Sun rises ednesdaj at 6 4S a a and sets at 4 39 p m (Stand ard Time Maximum wind velocih foi 21 hours ending at noon toda> 13 miles southwest a 11 la Tues day moinmg PETITION SENT IN FRIENDS OF BABES AREWORKINGHARD Double Vote Open Until Saturday But Next Week the flew Subscriptions Will Not Net What They Do This Week. Railroad Commissions Three States Act. ot M HPfcl ING a Jan 24 lama F St. on criid 111 i A ihild in the Loiut 10 m whin hu at in tveir mentioned the names of hei chil dien The jinois weit aNo n oved to tttn, will probablj end Aitorncv f-iink OBnen foi ilie dt fense macU the leading aiumiem to dosing u 11 90 lie nt tacked the mosecutious on all points nd eapechlh exctmated the witnesses calling Alib Klein the detecthe muse mi itominable little SPA -iiul i-eptile and compared her to Judis Iscauot H" tefer ed to Pi J "tt Mi erg who testified he hid sold The biggest daj of The Star Jouin i manager to sue a word or two'pup al grand contest is fairh upon us hen. nd ermtt the lanrebil Phillips Wheeling rauslc store cleik foi Sit will lx> Jourle Don t let scaie n hose rehtmns with Mis Schenk P-u i thib gi at rai.p and the ex thit Mrs bo and fco weie aired out it tnal came in f fprmiu A tpnrtnnt unnn thi MVPnt lmn.ense of and for thp sneerme nd contemptu ttenunt a tendant unon thte event that >ou hut no chance ous i has become pooitivelj intense is the j tin cs out of ien iurh a stite I'jpioaclcb FL atizing onlj too fe i oiipted or md it (.oicfdes that on unuseH hue I A bpler Ji l chance Further than that no our cin means of 1 now in? I' mam a none else To Try In Ohio COI t MPT S 0 Jan 24 Sen- ator Daud Todd of to- offered his to the al e Republican Leagw, farmed in Washington, tthich seems to indicate that an organ- ization of the league will shortly be mide in Ohio to wrest the control of the from the standpat repabll- cans Todd is one of the foremost to tht jui) I degressive' m the legislature and is reputed to be i millionaire A NEW CLASSIFICATION COLUMBUS Jan 24 defeat of Thomas L Lewis for le election as president of the United Mine ers of America bj John P of1 )skaloosa la is foiecist unofficial reports from tho of officcis which was held Decembei 13 That these aio b t ed on good authontv is indicated bj the fact that well what it means to th n thp paients and n lends of the dear little darling of th b lace aie bestu in., the h s as the at no time s nee this event waa inaugurated and tlif tonte t manager to is ue votes lunnmg into man'v thou sinds This is the 1 md of a race now It signifies nothing that in the standings a thc% appeal from to d'u some babies seem to bo an" the stile n nl cannot be tni" A statement of this kind is just i mil- (Continued on Pige 2) j Shippers of Oho, lad.ana and Michigan tar ]n cf otheis hj didn the> bing John Schenk into thib cise' John wants, to tell the jim hat wife is innocent but tlu> wont let him he s bi k shouted O Bne i as a pitting shot at the juij Mis Schenk sobbed with lier head on the table dining most of O Brien s speech When she lifted lui head hu ejes led and swol len The com t iconi wis limnied 'hp aiguments and wtie tuned i Dfpew Is Disturbed Jan M of York In bpeech to the senate today UKrt- ed that_ all kml of trouble would re- sult if'the direct election of senators is put into effec' He stated It would lead to the direit election of an- in erne coui t membei s and federal Ju- diciarv pvpnuhere and would permit states to disfranchise laige classes of coters ANARCHISTS LOSS LIVES ihis Will Gam if Inter-State Commsrce Commission Pules Favorably. leaders admitted de teat Though the victoiy of has STAR JOUPNAL BUREAU M nse Building [NQTON D C., Jan. conducted on foeciet ballot 1 t s and tl P at bottom of i e .liuder loUim? en ugh Note's to nut it fai m idvanco fjr all I an one Its the uiicer or this hat makes iace so has the prhlKso of holding )een generally unexpected it bDmg be leved that Ijewts had an iron hold on the organization it is said >wis friends that he himself has mown that he wis doomed to de !eat for mani weeks FEAR MASSACRE OF CHRISTIANS Tin '1-The ecent massacres of and ither Chiiitians. it is fea (d aie to >e lepeated following (he announce ment heie todn fiom Asiatic ktv that the r bellious Tiuks and Anhs es a pio mcial aimv Mil at once be mshel theio to pio ect the Jin hnd planned an uiv ision of Fiinco nd was onh prevent d from canj ins: it nut In the of Kmg 1 eo railroad commissions ot Ublo Indiana cenincateq until th t day Ot ttit. ot Rolgmm thiou .h and Mithimn h! ri with the m contest Ihe sti 1m as tlm ap m the was to e made is the teist te t mm-ue commission a pe peai m thrs nns an pint bj diplo tition that is im, tint to the laigeh r rr i e of coupon bal nits heie The Pall Mill Gizeta of the three st In sub lots c it f V paper while cm the punts the bton to (hit effect odiv i 1 i i a-) I i is know n? thnt T oopold had called on i ti ia he holding back to protect nib thione and i lU and thousands of cQitifitate >u the agieement thit followed he (CC onsentel to allow Ccimanj to us ins mil" i ambod s his 1 m u i ioor inlu rar fro i start to finish and righu riince FRENCH INVASION clse Mr, Soienk ,cqmttcd theie will be i ha quet m hon i of her and hei attoi on tht. ev eniug of the t li is said thn is cm hdent of a not ginlt> idict tint she hi" U eidj bee tin to pepare a few teiiiiks to be dphvtied _iji she is convict Twelve Japs Convicted ot Plotting: Against Mi- kado i r n MASON CITi la Tan C Jensen and three children ere ere mated when a tire ciu ed jioii ng gisolme kmdlinj, consumed1 tcista he Jensen home SHOOTING OF NOVELIST AND MUSICIAN'S SUICIDE MYSTERY Jin defini c hns ook elect One of them per exjUnation has been offered foi loratej the ibdonun and auothei t e afternoon ot jneued the right ing and CTHIP oil Gial am 1 Lillip- the novelist the a hird fchattcicd the I iqh ton imsuan and tuc lUters suicide Phillip wA six tiuiea his coidition is serious thue 15 a for 1 is rcco t After p5 mping bulleU into Phillies r abdomen and Jimbb Goldsbor put the up to his own toiipk one of the stance pctitioi commi i the lailroad oompinics in t i nrlton fmbrat s IP s ates t> adopt a new ttion o freioht more numbers than the present official cliss hcation Tie o ficial t for tei i itorj inciudPa it pica nt onh six number The lailroad commissions of the three states think should at least three moie numbers in the class iflcition although he recommendation prefei i in? to lezi." that to (ho discretion of the in ter tate commission h i %tar an appeal for an in creace of mini he ra w is mil to the official clasiificauon committee of the railioM but i been actel nro i and realizina: tint the raliroids probibh are to the railroad fi to the ma er di ecth to the i i commerce o it will be gi inted TOKIO Tin Denjiro Kotokn, his wife and ten other anarchists, found of plotting against the life of the mikido were executed in prison The twehe were In a band of twenb four who were sen- tented tr> death last month but the othei ha'f had their sentences com- muted to 1 fe imprisonment Great secieo w is m the execu- a... tion The hour was not made public rtrt-be nu'e it once bv wlt- thought a thej aie sure might follow the trial so much J spcrerj as ohset ed that protests In one of the sevenl btttng pi icea from pionilnent all over tho the following odds weie posted on i tomtn were icceued h> the Japanese i to 10 asiirst D sagioeiient of 11 foi c iga n t it to 10 LEADING INSURGENTS IN NEW LEAGUE TO FIGHT TAFT HAVE ROOSEVELT'S SUPPORT left and a fu irth drilled (he ugl i thigh Two oi them dropped troni the mans clothing as he being undressed at the hos p tal T t 1 now who the man a petition fo nn dnertinji that I additonai be gran ed Probable 0 per CF the tonnige on eommtxli TKis in eludes such common t afn a coal ce ment lime brick stone and a thou eand other aiticles It i that n of these coild ly b ougnt within the official classification with benefit to the shipp rs and general nib'lf The effect of an increase of n wo ild be to rates nore unifo m and to lessen the pwibilities of di-. crimmaiicn I in i eooi instances t' e tenden wo ild be to lower rates The m the western class flca- tion and dassi Tt Jo contain more than the rail in the Central Freight Ian o- Charles R Crane of Chicago who ha, of the new Progrcssne Re ia gnexin e aga laft bet-mse he miblltan league as announced in was diopped after having been named to China rht woik o[ ton terrlton have willme to- his for nun but I ha e been reoehmg threatening eoncede The result is to ibout the biggest political sensation the wrim.s 11 letter, foi some time Phillips said TOnfuse and impose nnneces an hard >n man> a U is now norc rushed folioinni complete ships on shippers who bill good, fnm eie- appann that the progressives uMni officers and_p, one freight to ai r ar are determined to President before 0 r la n Co n The hospital on snippers wno 0111 ir'iiu v.n.i. nn I n th i Tlnirnp toir lenijHiins ciitnlges doldsbor he wis put nrder an ane the ic one freight ternton to ai r ar are determined to President resident benator jonauun liojrne Dijh d e1 almost The scene A through the crowd (ordlns to the contention of the India- Taft and to retire him This ma) Jr first presm.n Kep of the shooting wis in Grammercy at the tine of the exc temect to the na Ohio and Michigan railroad com a third narU am rat" the repub- resentatne deorge NO Pirk neu the Club of effort that while he was In the act of melons and the present movelsone I'can appeirs hopeleish split brisl a second uce president whch Phlllis is a member Golds shorting Phillips Goldsborougti IT the direction of The That Col Roosevelt while uot iin Chase Michigan treasurer borons'! 'is a member of n promin shouted j is brought awunst all of organber of the Lew league i. In Charts R Crane. Chicago thp railroads in Central Freight As elo e touch with it anS approves committee Mosesi Clapp sofiatlon ternton declaration of principles Is known I benaior loiepn L uns sociaiionjerriior____________ m tow Representative E II >ORK Ian W although he savs his, Hubbard lowi Kepiesemative Irvine Tlurlev assistant Bnnd ot neirt and soul are with the movement lenroot Represintatlve elect -r-therhood of Thr James R Garfi Id ind------------------------------------------------- diea at the Broadwav Central Hotel, other notables are members So Is (Continued ou Page 3 bit Man land There go shouted 01 as h opened fire and Here I jo echoed as he sent a bullet into bis own b-i'n He it "f i "2 caiiher automatic pia- tol aid 0 1 s thols aimed at Phil- I ve been waiting for six months lo gel v ou however is not coiroborat ed i Rolithes and friends of both Phil hos ?nd Golf'shor gh are unable to the tr d BIG FLEET IS WANTED California Demands Protec- tion ot Pacific Coast Cil Jan 24 tl e I nited lace a permanent Hett n the Pio fie coa t as large ami I o i en il as th it of nation bordet nij, the Picihc tl at it pas s nngtn In ion and that it foil the Panimi canal are three of the lesohitons now before tbe Call torn i general as embh to be piesea ed to conme s> tahiornas m con aie i ked to t e all o the 1 nitel an equal foot ins with ill nation in the Pacific YOUNG THAW'S JEWELS DISAPPEAR Rd Jan entire del foue ot the tt todav workini; c.n a 1100 jewel rtben Committed last night id the hone of Mrs m Jr Mrs, is j located and the police withon( a ckw far The icoben lut night when Mrs Thaw went to gtt her jeweis preparatory to attcndiaj ciai function BOY OF SIXTCEN IS SENTENCED TO DEATH PVR1S Jin Demum. aged 16 wis todaj sen fnftt to OHIk on the guillotine for tbe nmribr tf bank messenser He is tkt criminal to suffer tne in France 'n vein. It out at the trial howerer thlt I a hardened criminal and notify gained b) the Mfi4Nr Oft 1 tall (tils. NF   

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