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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               Guaranteed Circulation 5226 LAST EDITIOl THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOUR YEAK SANDUSKY OHIO FRIDAY, JAniARY 27 NUMBER TO ASK RELEASE Disagreement of Jury is Con- SKtered a Virtual Acquittal of Millionaire's Wife JUROR WHO HELD OUT TELLS DRAMATIC STORY tould Not Be Won Over By Eleven Men Who Declare Denies She's Goodwin's "Baby Doll" loses Position, WHEELING, W Va, Jan 27 Mrs Laura F Schenk virtually acquitted late yesterday of the charge of attempting to poison her husband John O Schenk, million aire will be released on bail to morrow according to the plans of her attorneys announced today They believe that the bail will be reduced by Judge Jordan today and that it can be furnished by tomor row Plosecutor Haudlan said today the next trial would not take place in Ohio countv but a change of venue woui3 be asked for Brooks countv Mrs Schenk s attoinevs will fy to compel Schenk to assume the expo of the trial and will also seek a settlement for the future It was stated that relatives of Schenk would lesist any attempt of Mis Schenk to return to her home or gain possession of the Sehenk was Bitterly disappointed 4 diamatic storj of the fight in th" jurv i oom vv hen elev en men stood j Jor acquittal and one for conviction was told todav by Isaac Hevman salesman who held out foi conviction I hope this is mj last jurv expen ence said It was the worst ordeal I ever went through The men tried everv means in their power to make me vote for acquittal but I couldn t do it because of my eath It isn t fair for people to say that I was Influenced bv money be- cause 5 stood out remembering rav duty When I went to the ollces of the Meis Provision Co vvheie T work after being dismissed from the jur I was thrown told nev er to show mv face there again all because I did mj duty as I it The rumors of attempted bribery are not taken seriously bv either side On the first ballot taken wiffiin minutes after the jury letlred at 3 06 Wednesdaj evening eight nine vote1; for acquittal and three for t on and one 3 nvman refused to vote On the second ballot there were nine votes foi acpuittal and three for convictnon From this status the number of those standing bv an ac ouittal verdict was gradually worked up to eleven The failure to arrive at a verdict opens up a. wioild of possibilities While a new trial will be necessary !t is generally conceded that the task bf selecting a jury will be difficn't enough almost to be impossible "Virtually all of the evidence in ttfe posession of either side has been brought out and there are few who have not formed an omnlon Won't Take Wife Back In the first statement he hag made the nf the poisoning Mis Edna Goodrich Goodwin enei] Nat GoorTwiiTfor divorce At the hearing a chauffeur testified Nat liked to travel around nights with a show girl he called Baby Doll, Miss Maud Lannon, the show girl referred to, denies the charges woman on trial talked wi h a todav tase the tJnlted Press coi respondent the home ol hia sister Mrs Mary boepkin I want the to understand Sympathy and feelings in this tml bnce and for all he bild I will take m> wife back not after all that has happened How could I' I wis lerriblv disappointed in the outcome We could see all Ihrough the trial Mrs Schenk s attorne s were In ing to plaj on the of the Thev sa> m; famih is hiding ITP but this is not tnie I am we1! and am a min in a note to look at thmrs and think foi m celf I wi 1 Governor's Close Friend Appar- ently Woi king to Smoth- er the Dean Bill. FOR SENATORIAL PRIMARY Haimon Declares Himself, Al- though Not Endorsing the -Oregon Plan as Election Reform, COLUMBbS 0 Jan 27 Dean bill Tvas ordeied on the calendar foi next Monday last evening but as it is an unwntten lule never to vote on bills on Mondaj evening It will come to a vote next Tuesdav Hugh Nichols made chairman of the democratic state executive com mittee on the personal nomination of the governor according to high Saloon League authoiitj is to help the defeat the bill m the house Mi Nichols was in conference with bpeakei Vmmg a daj or two a go and report has it Ins mission re lated to the Dean bill Following Mi Nichols visit to Co lumbus coTes the lepoit that the fight in the houie is to be started when the measuie comes up on sec ond reading for committee reference The tempeiance committee appointed bj Speaker Vmmg is so damp that the Antl Saloon American Issue some of the membeis feet are sprout ing plan is the bill League organ the savs the co ns on stand nnv of the or the Inal unless I 1m e too not after unit Mrs Schenk his done o me She cant Robeit anj Uo children unless the co irt mal tne give them up and I doii t think am one do that The drjs unless the changed will trj to fiom going to the temperance com mittee which would leport it out un changed and so send it to the com n i tee on countv affai s four of the seven members of which are drv That committee if it gets the hill will Le urged to postpone mdefini o "My is coming to me more been h action on it Then to qct it on the calendar the house would to the committee of of the bill If the bill repoi led out he committee uhinh it effort will be made to weight it down with imend ments and then to throw it on tho leei laine ip pile meins of a non recoid for indefinite post ponement THE WEATHER and Forecast tonight probabiv Saturdav coldei Temperature at 7 a m de grees Tempeiatureone vear ago 33 de grees Sun rises Saturday at 6 45 a m and sets at 4 43 p m (stand ard time Maximum wind velocitv far 24 hours ending at noon todav 12 miles southwest at 11 oclock Fn daj moinmg and also amend the registration laws so as to provide for accurate descrip tions to be made of voters when they appear for registration tnd prevent one person voting for another unless are practically identical in ap pearance Acting he said in behalf of the 150 000 Ohio coal Green opposed the miners bill of Senator Senator Krause of Cleveland to give city, councils power to prevent pourme out in the air black coal smoke He said that West Virginia coal was il ready displacing Ohio coal largelv and with this bill in the form of law it would do so still more for West Virginia has seams of smokeless coal while Ohio has not He foiced the bill to the foot of the where it will be reached again next week Senator Bader introduced a bill providing that court executive and legislative records when published shall not be deemed libelous Senator Cetone Introduced one to prevent per sons under 18 years age from op eratmg motor vehicles In ths. non lesident a year owner or ten ant to Mint free on own premises Behne introduced one foi bidding mm ors to visit pool rooms COLUMBUS DOCTOR IS HELD FOR OIL FRAUDS CENTURY MARK; LIFE OF GOOD WORKS rxichma: her one h i idudt i Mis i'l ini V buni> on of i i i gion c1 can cKim thi 'lioi 1 di tmit on o he old Northwestern Senators Up in Arms Against Removal of Duties on Many Articles for that and neai u n i, net in am pait iic-tioa at tht pita WOULD PROBABLY CUT DOWN COST OF LIVING Reductions On 91 Per Cent Of Articles Impoited While Ex- ports Would Also Benent i in mu nn t t nten i tfin i ot t i e md tin 1 ht tncimtnicts> connectci with life of Mi bimp-on UL of note Hei fattur wAb T punt ilar fn mi of Majoi Jat.oa Cnip with him in t se n 01 iiP h was killed m one of its nttles fig1- ing toi his the htU uil til en into th Cmip fannh slu i-, not a iopted b them but Ihed with the Umih 101 a In in untbten it is Simpson 1 s betn icrue in woifb in tho ind has n Iree I of hei fort nit 1 IK- g ft ot ts pirjsh hoube ti CMCC Fpis 'church in issx adian STVRJOlkNib BLrtt U church in 1Ssx w olo of UP Munbe> Iest benefact in her 1 life Ihe Jan _ -The t au j ie ,n stru t oost leciirocit transmuted up ind n ltl] me sige to the senate, to hp, fo, mun nnmmunt bv President T iff t 11 not be latifieJ Hovvevei m ,ch rec piccitv is dps, el theie is a slcim of piotes from no th westein senatois wlo ojject to the free list nd it looKed todav as if ratification out ot the question Piesident Taft aiiroves the One icason eiha, ,s the contention' f that it would t-nd to reduce the cost of In ing The 1 igh prote tion ists denounce the measure The in alirgents ire moie favoiable to it and most oE the democrats lie ent'ni siastic for it matter of fact it is not a tieat) but an Bneflv sumimnzed the agreement Jya fui but men Canada and the Lnited States of wheat and other grams dairj pro ducts fresh fruits and vegetables fish of all kind-, esgs and poultn cattle sheep and other live animals Printing s to become free on the remo al of an restr ctions on the exportation from Canada of pi Ip wood TV hile the, e aie numei ous other provisions in the agreement these are the most as affecting the cost of ing to the people in both nations The immediate influence of this trade agreement on the reduction of the cost of nocess tiep is the problem that statesmen of hath mrtles are buiilj engaged in figuring out Few of the tariff experts of either parh would venture am opinion on the subject on the plea that they hd1 not had time to 31 e a caieful stady to the mvohed tables that weie pre sented to congress Secretarj of State Knox made pub lie a summan of the provisions of the agreement which is confined stncth to a statement of facts He ventures no opinion as to the effect the agreement l have on the of commodities in the United States The animating purpose of Seoie appeared been to secure a reduction of the high cos of living gleatlv erlarg ng the free list as far as it relates to food stuffs coming from Canada On the other hand ihp ecured a notible abatement of duties on a number ot American products consumed in Canada Prominent amons; these bituminous acal which is now ex ported to Canada to the alne of several million dollars annualh There is also a much bettei open I Mi Simpson to the llnm Mmp memorial tund of the chinch bhe furnished the chiiuh with i memoml uindow in menon of lei h isb-ind md uith a new clnno I in ''he has, ilso hi-wn lui dfMotioi tj tin. ehurci long as she able to go ibout CilMuv clceph indebted to Mi" Simpson foi its She has 1 ept up i number of tl e repairs in church which s her a good detl n main During tht long time she resid ed in thia ciU Mrs Simpson n is en The commmuti, Two More Carriers Needed To Insure Two Deliveries In All Sections Daily MOVEMENT, ALSO, FOR CLOSING ON SUNDAYS Men Think it Unnecessary to Work Seventh Day Since Nuiroer Demanding It Is Small MRS WILLIAM four wars hippening ing not! e 1 o the PI in tinier of i t r t 111 til he corni" hete f N im be 1 11 i r ip with the citj SnQ intmnte- iinnecltu uth i rjbk mo i e s of thi ind ci Mis binotns died m 1 is five i s old His w r whj wj of the bioie ige h is i r t him 11 u i a joais and bit's fan to pass tie cen I" maik The minj friend of Mi-- Simple her uioatentatious chant) to individuals collie also can thanl her for minr gifts Coming to when a mere child Mis Simpson his seen its hei the of foi tune in hei dnl growth fiom a c in entei jug pe lod of li'e H id 11 mini, mu piising cit} She has i a Picnident will peiuu The neea of at least two or more carriers to insure effcient mat! Delivery in the c ty and the project of not opening the window on Sjnday mommas for the distribution of mail are now claiming the attention of men in the service as well as of patrons. Complaint that quite frequently a conside able portion of the resi- dence sec on is given but one rrail delivery a day Is dLe to the fa-t hat there is too much work for the present of carriers The it is claimed are too long in view of the constantly In creasing amount of mail dpace cc ion is euen bu one de In en a dai is, d e to the fact th it theie is too muih work tor the present foice oT carriers Tit1 t lutes it is claimed are too lone ii view of the constantly m- celbm loth in and oulsidt tie chinch wis'ij Tn Saturday Will Close Notable Week in the Star-Journal's Con- test and All Subscriptions Mailed That Day Count for Double Votes. Will Hooraj' Double Vote Dav is near Iv heie at last Double Vote Dav tie biggest dav in the oiggest enterprise of its kind ever attempted in this section o the countrv that mammoth babv co est ot The Starlonua] Doub the usual amount of votes on eve new subscription tinned in to the contest manager up to 9 oclock tomoi ow t Think of it' list twice the numbei ordmarih granted on bscnptions two for one Thint of i Think what i wonde ful ge" ions offei this is think what it will mem to the success of little f1" in this great race foi gold I ind gion ing for American firm machmer Suppose 5011 have written i new and implements which will be subscription to The Star Join nil for preciated bj the mam Ameiimn three month" Inbtead of lecening farmers who have gone into the (the usual 1000 -votes we are going Lo meaning of that title that most pop- ular bah in brie countj md vicin itv and believe it to be worth striv of mill mill camera die not pernnt- I to work more than -IS hours a wr k or in n erase of hours i flu It ireqnoptj happens that so nuc i time is requued to make a m unlpte morning delhery that a po on of the rnntt cm be covered m tr afternoon a car ri ]-s unable to make afternooa I rieluerv II f increase? mill misM be taken to indicate ih h of the cib The fact tMt the census showed so small an is likely to nnlit-'fn the effort to se- core adf'it'onal carriers in the opin- .mn of Post-lifter Schippel Further thii this he would not discuss the sltmtmn I nil the two mounted carriers trn outHIng dntnct of the citv ind iffoided dnh detrven of mail for manv the increase in the nnm her of m tne more closelv built up residence section has added Continued on Page Four Caradlin northwest It is a notable fact that no les: than 91 per cent of r1 nadiin goods Imported into tV 4joncflt by c-i duttluns ot dutv The intention of commission Rnd more since his mother ha awav He duln t have anv for me at all when she was at home Both of the children callel down fiom upstain, and when asked If thev Irved their fathei both nodded ther heads and sail Tver si m ich he neithei endo ses nor dis j'ked if thev would f aPDrrvss lhe S ockwell bill provid their mother tried to take them th fm Oregon plan and veai to crv anl rushel over and pit when the piogressives are fighting] Governor Haimon has come out in j f5 favoi of a semtonal pr man al COLUMBUS 0 Tan Wat son A France who has been arrested here bv F S marshals under an in dictment in the federal courts in Call forma for frauds through the mails In connection with the Cleveland Oil Comnanv was for manv vears at the head of the Dr France Medical Tnsti tution here lie w s 'ought bv th" regulai phvsicians after the enact ment of the present state medical law but continued In business until about a vear ago when he sold his interest in it and engaged in the un fortunate o 1 venture John M Mont gomerj who is being piosecuted with him is a member of an old familv of high standing here who was formerH engaged in the real e tate business is a brothe11 of Robert M Mont gomerj who was prosecuted for th" celebrated tallv sheet forgen here in ers to remove -01 i ities on printing paper and wood i In w as effected as far as the government could do oitside the limitaltoni exist rr in the laws of the Cana "i provincial government imposing ort duties on wood cut on crown lands on Canada but it would ap (Continued on Page Nine) Booker Washington, for First Time, Explains Famous Din- ner With Roosevelt. YORK Jan famous dinner given to Booker T Washington bv Col Roosevelt when he vva presi dent and wh ch aroused so much bi but was acquitted Robert diedlter discussion was more or less m ago in Omaha their arms aro md t'leir fathei s neck would not sav whetler he hard Repr'-s-ntatHe Bruce ha ntended to file for d im election leform oill to be mtroau ed H> said he intended to soon that will Ohio nake a "hort trip and then come bach ts bal ot to ig awav wi ard oien his island homo lembl ms and (tier di tmctions give vou 2000 if vou tuin it in by 9 oclock Sal n dav night Suppose vou have written a new stibsc iption for six months .give- Ordmanlv we would fffglu are hut tOinOirOW to double this and give vou 6000 are eoing to give vou IS 000 votes for a new subscnp tion foi one vear 000 for a new subscription for two v ears and so on Some of the babies are going to have wonders worked in their behalf! as a result of this do ihle vote offe These ar the babies who have ambi tious fid enerretic paients an I Alli( friends parents md friends who un p p Arnold Letters Received by New York 'e Demand That Ransom be Paid. derstnnd and appreciate the full lORk Ian 27 search of Philadtlphia ho'els aid bearding houses was staitel todav b diUctives in no effort to imd Mi Uoiothv Ainold musing di nter ot millionaire vho disif The ica peared over Lake Erie and Western Men go to Indianapolis Beginning February 1st. son for the move is stor told b a oun? that lie had een a gil ulio anivveied tire description of Mis Ainold on a feirv boat with i shab iv dlt'Sid man md lha1 then tion had indicated the we c o a to Philadelj 1m outcome I nerb ind ei were tart led 0" iparhtl b bit no trace of the ill w is fo md on them Tho father received two letters to d n referred direotl 10 tho eir'o disai i earancp an Ireatenel htr with de th if a ian oil was not pi d additional carrl carriers tr.eT.oel PS are anxious to have tho leform instituted esnecnllj- since It has tried out in Toledo De- troit ?ar illo and a number of other cities I ndor the present plan the earners are reo ured to work about two even Sundfiv morn- inc: an to those who do nnt wish to wait intll Mon- dav f-r thur aj'l Should this be iboiisrcd and such acticn would p ohaWv b tal en "ic na rons fa- vcred e who find it necessarv to FPt Snndav morn n? conH do so citl "r thi  rental of box es 01 at the al daliverj In liOram on of t whom CTds of iron n were c at 'ess than for v that the windows ht l ei_t open on It is lielitved tne proportion here wouid be about the saaie LORAIN MUST PAY SHARE Count] to Eljrls to See Vliont Undue Cost Division. David R edv aLd Tobn L count coin o er f a separation ac-o-dlns; to advices I lla_sPent accident according to the ston ton about it bv the nesro philanthropi t for the fust tnie in the current issue of the orl 1 b W ork Our dminc tog ther was not a pre conceived plan a mam have sought to make it said I some business to talk over with the {president anl as he was verv busv he merelv asked me to dinner him so v e could talk it over then There was no thought or it a W Tan AI precedent for the races to mingl" miral Barn I S commander of sociallv the Pacific fleet against whom per onal charges were made bv his HETTY GREEN TO HAVE office was todav summanlv ordered to res gn bv President Taft His resignation was requested for of the service and t leave. TRAVELING AGENT HERE -amlusl v countv home f s.mto Dean at th n annul n t n went S tal Ian re 01 do os n" ihan'-t in the' s ate seiate bv a vote of y to I ttmi line law of O110 olutions I adopted 'entoi Bills t no itut oasJ a oird a ihe iv not to veto i ami ndmca confeiring equal the P -in bill should pa s I upon Frank Wills to Continue in Charge at This End W th a Cleik to Assist As the etonom Sandi skv ies H it is ai 1 of tne i of t' t n 1 a 1 l to lo f the teceived todav Jrom confidential ooUrt tou'ces The queen h is revolted at i ee monttb, at a The fcings alvi era are doing all In their povw to oitch up the differ ences and have pointed out to Ihe bis open neglect of her and is to re kir." tint to break with his urn to hei home in England for an would iifar an open breech wife todeflnlte sta> The oreak in the roval familv is result of Mfoaso s escapades with England and would greath i: the dai aer of a revolution hti pith ncrtase nt Jt io A AARROTVESf VFE. AKRON 0 Jan bv smoke was pouring into his ith i bedroom from the first floor of his W Clemmer a jewe'er of his babj and rome G his citv believe the nueen s decision is Bnal daughter Virginia bv fleeing PsiMsian charmer'i am >ag thfm The fci ig and queen have I in Ms ruht attire Mrs Clemmer al tnhv Dwlvs who paitlv resnon dcen The Crovn Prince AlfoMo is ci pfcaped to the protection oJ a ti'ole lor the loss of Manuel s reported to be of unsound mini OWN TRUST COMPANY lORK Jan 27 A trust companv formed soleiv to take care of the business of one famils that of Hettv Green one of the several rich- est women m he world will shortly be founded In New }ork Mrs Green now will retire and will torn over the management of her vast estate of to her son Col H R will manage it ai head of the new trust companv the capital of which w'll be made up soleiv of the Green m freight office of the I e ru U i t e'n The present office rooms in tlcck uh ic r uuJ I tl for the trav Im? fiouht isen Frank who vvi'l letain his he id luaiters here C will r" mam here as c 10 Mr ill I The division frtight ofi e wi 1 be lo cated in Indiana; o is nnm? r ruar 1 r C irn recent'v come from "iork succeed H G L Caini bell as division frtight agent eoes to Indianai ohs rj Davis who has been chief of, the local office goes to Indianapolis f01 mon What Fo ame of SuOO in tk' drawer ot the to al Ttleoh nt t anv of Btlevue ibout a evr is one of the important ques ion sui iol n 1 Inm Haj uptle of Milan on a thi amount li Vccordmg to ottered by eterse the affa is of tne torn- were managed in a TMJT slip- is oi v no c court Fndiv morn shod fashion at the time of the anpea ince o' the mnnev (nd least six emplo-vees had easy o th( cash drawer No direct lu 'that tho monev to take a position in th" freght office and Kaferlv -vho has been stenographer in the local office also goes to Indianapolis stenographer 11 'he general The note was given b bv M liliam Haeuptle a, Mine such as this would made was intimatejl at th time Mr Oimpbeli left the Laltc Erie and went with Ohio Central u sistant freight went tj president of the comiativ Miss been companv anc" the defpnw that the companv coerced i to signing the note K 01 the led be hid enough money to ob ained up the Amount the note fiom Mm under a threat tof only bung emhezilTHn acainst attehfr Mtny then an emplo; ee ol tt e cot" proce dinn the plaintiff wu ttut of Miss Louise Frank Knapp who proratMory note aid ot UM SP4PFR1   

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